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OPERATIONS AND WORKS

WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1989, 9:05 A.M.

COMMITTEE ROOM A, CIVIC CENTRE

Councillor M. Prentice Councillor F. Dale (Chair) Councillor F. McKechnie Councillor D. Culham Councillor N. Iannicca

Councillor H. Kennedy

Councillor T. Southorn Mayor H. McCallion

Mr. IW. Scott, Acting City Manager and Commissioner of Recreation and Parks

Mr. B.E. Thom, City Solicitor

Mr. W.P. Taylor, Commissioner of Public Works

Mr. A. McDonald, Director, Public Works

Mr. K. Schipper, Director, Public Works

Ms. L. Mailer, Committee Coordinator, Clerk's Department

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DEPUTATIONS/PRESENTATIONS ~ 9:05 A.M,

A. Mr. A. Stabins, on behalf of the Streetsville Business Improvement Association. A.01.08.04 SEE ITEM 1

Mr. J. Savage, Region of Peel

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T-86087 T-878031 M-0627

M-0632

M-0759

Property Standards By-law - Contraventions Streetsville Area Streetsville Business Improvement Association

Timing/Construction of Regional Roads —- North-west Quadrant of Mississauga

Newspaper Vending Boxes - Experiment with Hitching Posts Traffic Signal Works · Supplementary Subsidy

Eglinton Avenue Reconstruction - Erin Mills Parkway/Mississauga Road

Rivergrove Subdivision - Storm Sewer Outlet for Mavis Road Orlando Corporation - Levy Credits

Sound Homes Residential Subdivision - Assumption of Municipal Services

Starlight Crescent Residential Subdivision Assumption of Municipal Services

Creditview Estate Homes Limited - Rivergrove Subdivision - Lot 104

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Private Road - “Moonstream" 12. M-0533 Airport Square Development Limited - Quit Claim of Easements 13. 02/52/84 Closure of Part of Ironstone Court/Harrow Street F.02.03 14. A4.03.04. 01 Public Vehicle Authority Report 5-89 - July 5, 1989 4 1J 15. A4.03.04. 11.02 Traffic Safety Council Report 4-89 - June 28, 1989 | 16. J.05.89043 Traffic Signal Fire Pre-emption Equipment J.05.89200 17. F.05.04.07 Composting Pilot Project 18. A.02.03.03.12.A Hazardous Waste Disposal Program 19, F.06.04.02 Village Offices of Sherwoodtowne - Parking Problems and Illegal Uses 20. F.06.04.02 Reduction - 72 Hour On Street Parking 21. F.05.04.05 Plastics Recycling Promotion 22. F.06.04.02 Extension of Temporary On Street Parking - 2121 Rathburn Road East | 2. C.02.01 Fencing Pedestrian Walkways - Riverside Place 24. D.01.02 Westwood Mall Transit Terminal - Appointment of

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is Slide presentation by the Streetsville Business Improvement Association with

respect to the issue of property standards especially in the Streetsville commercial area.

Mr. A. Stabins, Past-President of the B.I.A., presented slides depicting the concerns regarding the maintenance of properties, such as debris, condition and location of garbage dumpsters, level of sidewalk and street cleaning | especially in the Spring, neglected buildings, etc. 4

Councillor Southorn advised that he has met several times with the B.I.A. representatives and Staff to discuss the issue and work out solutions to the problems.

Mr. Brian Payton, Property Standards Supervisor, outlined the procedures which must be followed in accordance with the enabling legislation. Mr. Payton pointed out that it could take as long as 3-6 months to process a complaint through the system. Mr. Payton noted that in the past the City had more control when housekeeping agreements existed.

) i | Members of Committee discussed this problem in detail not only as it relates | to this area but other areas in the City especially the commercial zones. Councillors expressed frustration with the process and in particular in getting action from absentee landlords.

Councillor Southorn requested that Staff report on the feasibility of establishing a street sweeping schedule as is done with the snow plowing so that these commercial areas are given priority over residential streets.

Councillor McKechnie requested that the City Solicitor report on the housekeeping agreement item since Council was advised that they caused administrative problems and were virtually ineffective in any event.

Councillor Southorn also requested that Staff report on the Staff complement in this area and whether it is adequate and further report on the appropriate criteria to control garbage dumpsters.

Mr. McDonald confirmed that there is not enough Staff available to travel around the City looking for problems, but Staff do respond on a complaint basis whether it is property standards, parking, or any other by-law infraction.

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) In addition to the foregoing recommendations, Councillor Dale recommended that the Commissioner of Recreation and Parks report on the feasibility of appointing by-law officers to patrol the City parks on a full time basis

particularly in the summer months when vandalism is rampant. : A.01.08.04

2. Presentation by the Region of Peel regarding the timing and construction of 4 Regional roads in the north-west quadrant of Mississauga.

This presentation was requested by the Committee subsequent to the report (copy attached) dated May 25, 1989, from the Commissioner of Public Works regarding the Development/Transportation Staging Studies. Part (e) of the recommendations as adopted reads as follows:

“e) That the Interim Staging Guidelines contained in the report dated May 25, 1989, from the Commissioner of Public Works not apply to and draft plan approval be withheld for the following planning districts pending the recommendations of the development/transportation

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ar Meadowvale Village Meadowvale North Business Park.’

Mr. John Savage, Director of Engineering/Construction Division, of the Region of Peel Public Works Department, appeared before the Committee, and outlined the Region's construction schedule based on appropriate financing in place with respect to the following roads:

(a) Britannia Road

(6) Derry Road

(c) Erin Mills Parkway (d) Mississauga Road.

Mr. Savage responded to questions regarding the timing and financing of these projects.

Mayor McCallion recommended that the previous recommendation :

(OW-199-89 of May 25/89 adopted by Council on June 14/89) be amended to include the Streetsville Secondary Plan as part of the

development/transportation Staging studies. This motion was voted on and carried.

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with respect to an experiment agreed to by the newspaper vendors and Staff for the sale of newspapers. The posts are being paid for by the news v

Period, it will be evaluated on the basis of

weather, and feedback from the vendors, Public.

RECOMMENDATION :

for the installation of “hitching posts”

endors. After a three month tria! resistance to vandalism and City Staff, the P.U.C.C. and the

That after the three month experimental period fort

he installation newspaper hitching posts that a further re

port be prepared evaluating the experiment and recommending a design, location criteria, financing and controls,

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Report dated June 27, 1989, from the Commissioner of Public Works regarding the Min

istry of Transportation Ontario Supplementary Subsidy for Traffic Signal Works.

revised the proposed 1989 City funded signal installations.

These installations were included in the City of Mississauga's application to the Ministry of Transportation Ontario for supplementary traffic signa! subsidy. Based on the estimated cost of these new in

stallations and modernization and expenditure carry-overs from the 1987/88 signal

installation programs, subsidy was requested to support $364,870 in

expenditures during 1989

A total of $182,435 in subsidy would be required to fully support these Proposed 1989 expenditures at a 50% subsidy level.

Traffic signal warrants have been met at five

le to provide traffic signals at each of these locations in the 1989 construction season. The normal 50% rate of Ministry of Transportation Ontario subsidy expected for this work has effectively been reduced to 26% by the Ministry of Transportation Ontario in their 1989 subsidy allocation for the construction of traffic signals. This redu

ced rate of subsidy produces a funding shortfall in the amount of $64,000.

locations in the City and it is

After the subsidy request was submitted to the Ministr Ontario a traffic Study at the intersection Boulevard (south intersection) indica

y of Transportation of Tomken Road and Timberlea

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. J Operations/Works -4- July 12, 1989 ; | RECOMMENDATION: | (a) That the 1989 Traffic Signal Capital Installation Budget be revised as , follows:

City Funded Developer Funded Total 1989 Locations Locations (il) Budget ($000) ($000) _

Gross Cost 349 715 1,064 | M.T.O. Subsidy (90) NIL (90)

Contributions NIL (715) (715) 1%

Net City Cost 259 NIL 259

(b) That $64,000 in additional funding be allocated from the Capital Contingency account within the Capital Reserve Fund, and the necessary by-law be enacted.

(c) That the 1989 Traffic Signal Capital Installation Program be revised as follows:

Truscott Drive/Lewisham Drive;

Mavis Road/Central Parkway;

Kennedy Road/Traders Boulevard/Coopers Avenue; Confederation Parkway/Paisley Boulevard; Tomken Road/Timberlea Boulevard (south intersection).

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Report dated July 4, 1989, from the Commissioner of Public Works regarding - reconstruction of Eglinton Avenue from Erin Mills Parkway to Mississauga oad.

The section of Eglinton Avenue between Erin Mills Parkway and Mississauga Road is scheduled to be reconstructed in 1991 in accordance with the 1989 to 1998 Capital Budget forecast. The Capital Budget cost estimate was based on e four-lane roadway with full intersection improvements.

The bridges over the Credit River are expected to be completed towards the end of 1990 meaning that if the section between Mississauga Road and Erin Mills Parkway was constructed in 1991 it would be the last section of the Eglinton Avenue project to be completed.

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It is in the City's interests in order to expedite the construction of Eglinton

| Avenue between Erin Mills Parkway and Mississauga Road to enter into an agreement with the Erin Mills Development Corporation to provide approximately $2.4 million in funding and to grant Erin Mills Development Corporation an exemption from the future Major Road Improvement levies equal to their contribution on lands to be developed in the area north of Highway 403, west of Winston Churchill and south of Britannia Road, based on

the existing Major Road Improvement levy rate of $28,679.62 per hectare

(approximately 83.68 hectares).

That the reconstruction of Eglinton Avenue from Mississauga Road to the Erin Mills Parkway be undertaken by the City in 1989 subject to the following:

(a) that the Erin Mills Development Corporation provide $2.4 Million in the form of a Letter of Credit to the City of Mississauga for construction of Eglinton Avenue between Erin Mills Parkway and Mississauga Road.

| | | i | ) ' 2 | (b) that the Erin Mills Development Corporation be granted a future Road | Improvement levy credit on approximately 83.68 hectares of land to be ' developed in the area west of Winston Churchill Blvd. between Britannia Road and Highway 403.

(c) that the Ministry of Transportation Ontario provide additional subsidy

in the amount of $1.0 million for the construction of this road segment.

(d) that the exact contribution and resulting hectares of land to which levy credits apply referred to in a) and b) be revised on completion of the project based on actual costs incurred and the current Road Improvement levy rate of $28,679.62 per hectare.

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Councillor Lane (by way of a memorandum to Committee) expressed concern about the timing of this project in light of the fact that Eglinton Avenue is part of the detour route due to the partial closure of Mississauga Road from Burnhamthorpe Road to Eglinton Avenue.

/ | | i Councillor Culham recommended that the motion be amended to provide that the timing of the Eglinton Avenue works will be scheduled so as not to conflict with the partial closure of Mississauga Road. The motion as amended was voted on and carried. ; | | | ' | :

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6. Report dated July 5, 1989, from the Commissioner of Public Works regarding the storm outlet through Rivergrove Subdivision.

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With the development of the Rivergrove Subdivision it is now possible to complete the storm sewer outlets for Mavis Road. However, in order to finalize the drainage system to the Second Line it is necessary to construct a channel on the Region of Peel lands adjacent to the landfill site. The lands benefiting from this work should pay the cost and arrangements have been made from Lakeview and Barstev to pay one third of the cost each. The estimated cost is $900,000.

RECOMMENDATION:

That the City contribute one third of the costs to the construction of a storm drainage channel from the Second Line West a distance of approximately 1,000 feet on the Regional Landfill Lands to a maximum of $300,000, subject to easements from the Region of Peel, with funding to be allocated from the 1989 storm sewer oversizing program, and or levy credits in the appropriate

financial agreements. T-86087

Approved See Recommendation OW-261-89 (F. McKechnie)

Report dated June 27, 1989, from the Commissioner of Public Works regarding an exemption from Major Road Improvement Levies to be granted to Orlando Corporation for their industrial developments T-87031 and M-900 and a reduction of the Major Road Improvement Levy to be granted to Orlando Corporation for their industrial development, T-88041.

RECOMMENDATION:

That the following be applicable in regard to the Major Road Improvement Levies payable for Plan T-87031, T-88041 and M-900:

(a) ‘that the Financial Agreement for the Orlando Corporation Plan T-87031 indicate that no Major Road Improvement Levies are payable to the City for this development.

(b) that the Major Road Improvement Levy for Orlando Corporation Plan T-88041 be waived on 18.4 ha of their development.

(c) that the Major Road Improvement Levy for the Orlando Corporation Plan 43M-900 be waived.

(d) that the Letter of Credit in the amount of $924,263.58 being the deposit made by the developer for Registered Plan 43M-900 as payment for the Major Road Improvement Levies be returned to

Orlando Corporation. T-87031

T-88041 M-0900

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8. Report dated June 19, 1989, from the Commissioner of Public Works ing the assumption of the municipal services of the Sound Homes Residential Subdivision, Registered Plan 43M-627, located east of Cawthra Road and north of Burnhamthorpe Road East.

The developer has paid $1,001.00 cash-in-lieu of a minor sidewalk repair, to be completed this year under this department's 1989 Repair Contract. This department has received a cash contribution of $11,700.00 from the developer, 530703 Ontario Inc., being the cost estimate for the future removal of the temporary turning circle at the end of Wetherby Lane, complete with reinstatement, upon the development of the adjacent lands.

It is now in order for the City of Mississauga to assume the municipal works in Plan 43M-627 and return the remaining securities to the developer.

RECOMMENDATION:

(a) That the City of Mississauga assume the municipal works as constructed by the developer under the terms of the Servicing Agreement for Sound Homes Residential Subdivision, Plan 45M-627, located east of Cawthra Road and north of Burnhamthorpe Road East.

(b) That the City Treasurer be authorized to return the Letter of Credit for Plan 43M-627 (currently valued at $79,989.72), to the developer, 530703 Ontario Inc. and Mulock Industrial Developments Limited.

(c) That a by-law be enacted establishing the road allowance within Plan 43M-627 as public highway and part of the municipal system of the City of Mississauga.

M-0627 Approved See Recommendation OW-263-89 (M. Prentice)

Report dated June 14, 1989, from the Commissioner of Public Works

the assumption of the municipal services for Starlight Crescent Residential Subdivision, Plan M-632, located east of Tomken Road and north of Rathburn Road East.

The developer has paid cash-in-lieu of minor curb sidewalk and asphalt repairs. These repairs are to be completed this year under this department's 1989 Repair Contract.

As far as the Public Works Department is concerned, the developer has complied with all of the requirements of the Servicing Agreement for the installation of the municipal services.

It is now in order for the City of Mississauga to assume the municipal works in Plan M-632 and return the remaining securities to the developer.

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RECOMMENDATION:

(a) That the City of Mississauga assume the municipal works as constructed by the developer under the terms of the Servicing Agreement for Starlight Crescent Residential Subdivision, Plan 43M-632, located east of Tomken Road and north of Rathburn Road East.

(b) That the City Treasurer be authorized to return the Letter of Credit for Plan 43M-632, (currently valued at $133,118.86), to the developer, Ventro Construction Limited.

(c) That a by-law be enacted establishing the road allowance within Plan 4 43M-632 as public highway and part of the municipal system of the City of Mississauga.

M-0632 Approved See Recommendation OW-264-89 (M. Prentice)

Report dated June 26, 1989, from the Commissioner of Public Works regarding the waiving of Building Department Condition 5 of Schedule 'C' of the Servicing Agreement with respect to Lot 104, Plan 43M-759, Creditview Estate Homes Limited, Rivergrove Subdivision, Phase IV, south of Britannia Road West and west of Creditview Road.

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Under the terms of the Servicing Agreement, the developer agreed that a minimum setback of 15.0 m for all buildings and structures, and a minimum setback of 30.0 m for principal structures is required from the approved top-—of—bank of the Credit River for Lot 104, located adjacent to the Credit River.

The two-storey, single-family dwelling proposed for Lot 104 has been designed to provide a setback of 12.5 m+ from the greenbelt zone. The developer has stated that due to the configuration of the lot, the dwelling has been sited as far forward as possible, however, one corner of the dwelling encroached into the required 99.0 m setback by approximately 2.5 m.

The Committee of Adjustment has reviewed this request and has granted a variance in setback as requested subject to the approval of a detailed site and grading plan by the Credit Valley Conservation Authority.

RECOMMENDATION:

That Building Department Condition 5 of Schedule *C’ of the Servicing Agreement for Creditview Estate Homes Limited, Rivergrove Subdivision, Phase IV, Plan 43M-759, located south of Britannia Road West and west of Creditview Road, be waived with respect to Lot 104, subject to the approval

of a detailed site and grading plan by the Credit Valley Conservation Authority.

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Operations/Works i. July 12, 1989 ; J ll. Report dated July 4, 1989, from the Commissioner of Public Works regarding

the proposed name for Peel Condominium Corporation No. 196, 6245 Montevideo Road.

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The Operations and Works Committee, at its meeting on June 21, 1989, considered a report dated May 31, 1989 relating to a request by Mr. Paul D. Squires, the solicitor for Peel Condominium Corporation 196, for approval of @ street name for their private condominium road off Montevideo Road.

The Operations and Works Committee recommended the following:

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OW-249-89 That the name “Moonstream" be approved as a street name for the private road for Condominium Corporation No. 196, located 4 at the south-east corner of Montevideo Road and Battleford Road.

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Subsequent to this recommendation it was noted that the legal procedure to name the private road would have to be followed in accordance with our standard requirements.

RECOMMENDATION:

(a) That the Recommendation OW-249-89 of June 21, 1989 as adopted by Council on June 26, 1989, regarding the naming of the private road in Condominium Corporation No. 196. be rescinded.

(b) That the name “Moonstream" be approved as a street name for the private road for Peel Condominium Corporation No. 196, located at the south-east corner of Montevideo Road and Battleford Road.

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(c) That a standard City of Mississauga street name sign indicating the new street with a second blade indicating "PRIVATE ROAD" be erected on Montevideo Road at the appropriate location.

(d) That the cost of the sign be borne by the Condominium Corporation but erected by City forces.

(e) That the units within the development retain their existing numbering.

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Approved See Recommendation OW-266-89 (T. Southorn)

Report dated June 2, 1989, from the City Clerk regarding a quit claim of two portions of the easement described as Part 2, Plan 43R-14899 being Parts | and 2 of Reference Plan, 43R-16904, Airport Square Development Limited, Part of Block 10, Registered Plan 43M-533, located north of Eglinton Avenue East and east of Dixie Road.

The Department has reviewed the proposed details indicating the encroachment of a portion of the building at 2605 Eglinton Avenue East within the limits of the 9.7 metre wide storm sewer easement adjacent to Eglinton Avenue.

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| ; : No foundation bearing loads will influence the existing storm sewer and | adequate space remains for maintenance of the storm sewer facility.

The applicant has provided a reference plan depicting the affected areas and has forwarded the necessary Quit Claim of Easement documentation to the

Legal Department for execution by the City. | RECOMMENDATION:

| That a by-law be enacted to authorize execution of the Quit Claim of Parts |

: and 2 of Reference Plan, 43R-16904 being a portion of the 9.7 metre wide

| storm sewer easement described as Part 2, Plan 43R-14899, being Part of | |

Block 10, Plan 43M-533 (Airport Square Development Limited, located north : of Eglinton Avenue East/east of Dixie Road).

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3. Report dated June 28, 1989, from the City Clerk regarding the closure of part of Ironstone Court and Harrow Street.

As a condition of Rezoning Application 02/25/84, the owner is required to purchase part of the untravelled portion of Ironstone Court and Harrow Street from the City and to acquire surplus lands from the Metro Toronto Region Conservation Authority. To facilitate the rezoning application the MTRCA is prepared to exchange Part 4 for the untravelled portions of Ironstone Court and Harrow Street described as Parts 3 & 7. A flood control berm was constructed on these lands in the early 1970's by the MTRCA and they wish to retain ownership in their name. The Planning and Building and Public Works Departments have reviewed the proposals and are in agreement with the exchange of lands with the MTRCA and sale to 57718] Ontario Limited as part of Rezoning Application 02/25/84,

RECOMMENDATION:

That the City Clerk be authorized to undertake the necessary procedures to stop up and convey those portions of Ironstone Court & Harrow Street described as Part 1 & 2 on Reference Plan 43R 3569 and Part 2, 3,6 & 7 on Reference Plan 43R 15524 (577181 Ontario Limited).

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Report 5-89 of the Public Vehicle Authority meeting held on July 4, 1989. A.03.04.01

Approved See Recommendations OW-278-89 to OW-280-89 (D. Culham)

Report 4-89 of the Traffic Safety Council meeting held on June 28, 1989. A.03.04.11.02

Approved See Recommendation OW-281-89 to OW-291-89 (D. Culham)

Report dated June 13, 1989, from the Commissioner of Public Works regarding the Traffic Signal Fire Pre-emption System.

The City of Mississauga is in the process of introducing a Traffic Signal Fire mption System. The project is being installed in a staged manner at a rate that budgeted amounts allow. To date there Is sufficient equipment to provide pre-emption capabilities at thirty-three Intersections. The 1989 Budget for this project is $100,000. The Fire Department has indicated that they wish to install the emitters that pre-empt signals on eleven vehicles in

1989 at an approximate cost of $2,000 per vehicle, for a total of $22,000. This

would leave $78,000 to install the required equipment at various intersections. At an average cost of $4,500 per intersection, the remaining

$78,000 will allow for installation of equipment at approximately seventeen locations.

The Fire Department has raised the concern that due to the rate of new traffic signal installations their desired coverage of the Traffic Signal Pre-emption System could not be completed with the present amount of Capital Budget funding for pre-emption equipment.

Since the majority of new traffic signal installations are developer-funded, sufficient funding for pre-emption equipment could be obtained from the Traffic Signal Reserve Account of the General Municipal Development Reserve Fund through accrued interest and increased future contributions. This would provide for an increased rate of installation of pre-emption equipment. The cost to fund pre-emption at City of Mississauga funded new signal locations should be funded from the annual Capital Budget for traffic signals. At new traffic signal installations by the Regional Municipality of Peel or Ministry of Transportation Ontario, pre-emption equipment should

continue to be funded through the annual Capital Budget for pre-emption equipment.

The installation of pre-emption equipment at existing

signal locations will continue to be funded from the pre-emption equipment Capital Budget.

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That the following policy be adopted for the funding and installation of traffic signal fire pre-emption equipment:

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(a) that developer funded traffic signals be equipped with fire vehicle

pre-emption capability during construction of the new signals and that

the funding for this work be provided from the Traffic Signal Reserve

Account of the Genera] Municipal Development Reserve F und; | (b) that new traffic signals funded by the jurisdictions of the Regional ; 4

(c) that new traffic signals funded by the City of Mississauga be equipped

Capital Budget for traffic signals:

that existing traffic signals requiring installation of fire vehicle pre-emption capability continue to be funded from the annual Capita! Budget for fire pre-emption equipment.

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See Recommendation OW-269-89 (D. Culham)

Report dated June 29, 1989, from the Commissioner of Public Works regarding the composting pilot project.

The Region of Pee] staff advised the department that the first week's material collected for composting was disposed of at the landfill site as it was contaminated. In addition the Region is Planning to ship the material collected for composting to St. Catharines (Gro-Rich) for processing.

If the volume of material entering landfill sites or ene is to be reduced substantially in the near future, become a necessity. For this reason, it is import Possible during the composting trial period on th

composting. It would appear that this information may not be forthe the current handling of the pilot project for co

r'gy—from—waste plants composting of waste will . ant to learn as much as

oming if mposting waste is not changed.

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The Region of Peel staff has shown little if any interest in the City's pilot project on Composting. It is important to learn as much as Possible about | composting (during this trial period). In order to achieve this, the pilot

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RECOMMENDATION:

| That the Public Works staff of the City of Mississauga be requested to locate a suitable site for the pilot composting project and report to the August 9, 1989 Operations and Works Committee meeting.

In light of the interaction and coordination required, Councillor Culham moved that he be appointed to act as liaison between the City and the Region | ; on this project. The motion, as amended, was voted on and carried.

18. Report dated June 29, 1989, from the Commissioner of Public Works regarding hazardous waste.

At the present time in the City of Mississauga the householder can take hazardous waste to Britannia Road and Tricil (Lakeshore Road) for safe disposal. However, both these sites have not been receiving a significant amount of material.

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In order to remove more hazardous waste from the waste stream, it is necessary to provide a household collection for the residents. This could be done by splitting the City into four quadrants Northeast, Northwest, Southeast and Southwest - and having the residents phone in to a central City number for pickup on a prescribed Saturday. The estimated cost of providing this service on a Saturday by Tricil (who are licensed to provide this service) is $4,000 per day or $16,000 for four Saturdays.

It is necessary to provide residents with a continual, convenient opportunity to dispose of hazardous wastes (including batteries) on a regular basis. If this is done it will help reduce the chance of contaminants entering landfill sites and/or energy-—from-waste plants and thus ensure a safer environment.

RECOMMENDATION:

(a) That Tricil be retained to pick up household hazardous waste on

Saturday, September 16, 23, 30 and October 7 (door-to-door) at a cost of $16,000.

(b) That an improved Public Information Program be implemented as soon " ) as possible with respect to the availability of the Tricil Plant and the | Britannia Landfill Site for hazardous waste disposal on a six—day-—a-—week basis. )

(c) That the Region of Peel be requested to participate both financially and technically in this hazardous waste disposal program.

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Mr. Taylor advised that there were still some details to work out

regard the costs of the program and that a report would be brought back to the Committee in August when the costs are finalized.

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Amended See Recommendation OW-271-89

this complex and requested a report from the Commissioner of Planning and Building on the following items which have aggravated the situation:

(i) identify any illegal uses within the complex;

(11) identify those storage areas which were converted to office uses and approved by the Committee of Adjustment;

(iii) If illegal uses exist, how were occupancy permits obtained. F.06.04.02

See Recommendation OW-272-89 (F. McKechnie)

Report dated July 11, 1989, from the Commissioner of Public Works regarding the proposed reduction of 72-Hour On-Street Parking.

In a report dated January 23, 1989 to the Operati the Public Works Department recommended that parking be reduced to a maximum of 12 hours. This recommendation was the result of an ongoing review by Public Works staff with respect to the problems experienced pertaining to derelict vehicles, enforcement, school bus ' parking, as well as road maintenance, snow removal and garbage pick-up. | This reduction was to be implemented on June |, 1989 and was subsequently

deferred by City Council.

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ö—— —— Notices advising residents of said proposal were placed in the M News City Page during the months of May and June, and on individual vehicles parked in the existing 72-hour designations. This included 1250 Mississauga Valley Boulevard which was inadvertently missed on the plan accompanying the initial report. The notices indicated the reasons behind the proposal and a

telephone number to contact the Public Works Department to express any : concerns.

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The feedback received by Public Works staff amounted to approximately 25 | complaints, including a petition. About half of the complaints were received | from residents of 6855 Glen Erin Drive and the remainder split between Mississauga Valley Boulevard and the Queen Street West/Shawnmarr Road area. The petition was from 322 Lakeshore Road West and included 18 | ; signatures.

Generally this feedback pertained to the inconvenience that the proposed | reduction would create, related to the time differential between arriving | home from work in the evening and leaving for work the following morning. | Most residents indicated that this time period amounted to about 14 or 15 | hours. Some concern was raised related to the desire to park vehicles over a week-end without having to move the vehicle. | :

In this regard, it would appear that a compromise of reducing 72-hour parking to a 15-hour maximum would satisfy most concerns from the residents’ point

of view, as well as those of the Public Works Department. While 15-hour parking would be more difficult to enforce than 12-hour parking it would be considered manageable.

The Public Works Department is of the opinion that a compromise permitting 15-hour on-street parking would fulfill the major needs of the residents by permitting overnight parking between the time of arrival home from work until departure for work the following morning. Further, said compromise would be considered manageable by the Public Works Department with respect to enforcement and general maintenance concerns.

In order to standardize long-term on-street parking across the City a further report will be submitted to the Operations and Works Committee to increase the current 12—hour designations to 15-hours maximum.

RECOMMENDATION:

That a by-law be enacted to amend By-law 444-79, as amended, to implement

a reduction in time duration from 72-hours to a maximum 15—-hours on-street

parking on Barsuda Drive, Bromsgrove Road, Carletta Drive, Gananoque > Drive, Glen Erin Drive, Goreway Drive. John Street, Kirwin Avenue,

Littlejohn Lane, Mississauga Valley Boulevard, Pine Avenue North, Queen

Street West, Shelter Bay Road, South Millway, Third Street and Westminster

Place.

Mr. Taylor advised that after input and feedback, Staff are recommending that 15 hour on street parking be permitted in these