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2008-03-10 Committee of the Whole

Event date: Monday, March 10, 2008, at 6:30 PM
Location: City Hall - Council Chambers

Committee of the Whole Agenda
Open Session - March 10, 2008 at 6:30 PM - Council Chambers

Roll Call

Disclosure of Pecuniary Interest

DETERMINATION OF ITEMS REQUIRING SEPARATE CONSIDERATION

FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, CIRCLE THE ITEMS YOU WISH TO CONSIDER SEPARATELY:

Item Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

ADOPTION OF ITEMS NOT REQUIRING SEPARATE CONSIDERATION

  1. Director of Utility Services
    Report USEC08-006
    Budget Increase and Award of Tender T-05-08 for Rehabilitation of the Lansdowne Street Bridge Together with Award of Contract Administration and Inspection Services

    A report to amend the budget and award Tender T-05-08 for rehabilitation of the Lansdowne Street Bridge over the Otonabee River / Trent Canal together with the award of contract administration and inspection services.

  2. Senior Director of Corporate Services
    Report CP08-005
    MTO 2007 Fall Economic Statement Transit Funds


    A report to recommend a by-law be passed authorizing $934,199 in Provincial funding, as committed through the Province’s 2007 Fall Economic Statement, and that a “2007 Fall Economic Statement Transit Reserve” be established.

  3. Senior Director of Corporate Services
    Report CP08-006
    Additional $1.5 Million OSTAR Funding to be Received for WWTP Upgrade

    A report to recommend a by-law be passed to amend the Capital Funding Agreement under Round 1 of the Ontario Small Town and Rural Development Infrastructure Initiative to facilitate $1.5 million additional funding to be received by the City for the completed 2002–2004 upgrade to the Peterborough Waste Water Treatment Plant.

     
  4. Director of Utility Services
    Report USTR08-005
    Prohibit Use of Truck Engine Brakes

    A report to propose an amendment to the Noise by-law to prohibit the use of engine brakes within the City of Peterborough.

  5. Director of Utility Services
    Report USTR08-007
    Anti-Idling Campaign Update and Idling Control By-Law

    A report to provide an update on the local anti-idling campaign and to propose that an Idling Control By-Law be enacted.

  6. Director of Utility Services
    Report USWM08-004
    Award of Request for Proposal P-09-08 for Labour and Equipment Rates at Waste Management Facilities

    A report to award Request for Proposal P-09-08 for contracted labour and equipment for general site maintenance and repair at Waste Management Facilities.

  7. Senior Director of Corporate Services
    Report CPFRAS08-004
    2007 Council Remuneration Statements


    A report to present the 2007 remuneration statement for Members of Council and Council appointees to boards and commissions.

  8. CORRESP08-016
    Town of Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands
    Ownership Of All Municipal Drinking Water Systems


    Correspondence from the Town of Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands requesting support in their submission to the Province of Ontario to assume ownership of all municipal drinking water systems.

  9. CORRESP08-017
    City of Brampton
    Ontario Auto Insurance Legislation


    Correspondence from the City of Brampton requesting that the Province of Ontario review the impact on public transit of its No-Fault and Accident Benefit legislation.

     
  10. CORRESP08-018
    Western Ontario Wardens’ Caucus
    Farm Tax Rebate

    Correspondence from the Western Ontario Warden’s Caucus requesting the City of Peterborough pass a resolution to petition the Province of Ontario to provide compensating revenue to the municipalities that have been negatively impacted by the transition from the Farm tax Rebate Program to the agricultural property tax reduction program.

  11. CORRESP08-019
    Town of Amherstburg
    Municipal Drinking Water


    Correspondence from the Town of Amherstburg requesting that the Province of Ontario provide the immediate necessary funding to Ontario Municipalities to finance the costs of the mandated lead testing for municipal drinking water.

  12. CORRESP08-020
    Town of Newmarket
    Misuse of Disabled Parking Permits


    Correspondence from the Town of Newmarket  requesting that the Premier of Ontario be requested to take action to eliminate the misuse of disabled parking permits and parking spaces.

  13. CORRESP08-021
    Town of Milton
    Pit/Quarry Rehabilitation


    Correspondence from the Town of Milton requesting support in their recommendation(s) to the Ontario Minister of Natural Resources regarding pit/quarry rehabilitation.

  14. CORRESP08-022
    Niagara Region
    Amend Bill C-22


    Correspondence from the Region of Niagara Milton requesting the Federal Government to amend Bill C-22 to provide Ontario with its fair share of seats in the House of Commons.

  15. CORRESP08-023
    City of Woodstock
    Eliminate Tax Capping


    Correspondence from the City of Woodstock requesting that the Province of Ontario to eliminate tax capping and replace it with an equitable system based on current value assessment.

Adjournment