THE COUNCIL OF

THE REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF PEEL

October 8, 2020

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Council Chamber, 5th Floor
Regional Administrative Headquarters
10 Peel Centre Drive, Suite A
Brampton, Ontario
Members Present:
  • P. Brown
  • G. Carlson
  • B. Crombie
  • D. Damerla
  • S. Dasko
  • G.S. Dhillon
  • J. Downey
  • C. Early*
  • C. Fonseca
  • P. Fortini
  • A. Groves
  • N. Iannicca
  • J. Innis
  • J. Kovac
  • M. Mahoney
  • S. McFadden
  • M. Medeiros
  • M. Palleschi
  • C. Parrish
  • K. Ras
  • P. Saito
  • R. Santos
  • I. Sinclair
  • R. Starr
  • P. Vicente
Members Absent:
  • A. Thompson* (Alternate C. Early)
Staff Present
  • N. Polsinelli, Interim Chief Administrative Officer
  • S. Baird, Commissioner of Digital and Information Services
  • K. Lockyer, Regional Clerk and Interim Commissioner of Corporate Services
  • S. VanOfwegen, Commissioner of Finance and Chief Financial Officer
  • P. O'Connor, Regional Solicitor
  • A. Smith, Interim Chief Planner
  • A. Farr, Interim Commissioner of Public Works
  • J. Sheehy, Commissioner of Human Services
  • C. Granger, Acting Commissioner of Health Services
  • Dr. L. Loh, Medical Officer of Health
  • A. Adams, Deputy Clerk and Acting Director of Clerk's
  • C. Thomson, Deputy Clerk and Manager of Legislative Services
  • J. Jones, Legislative Specialist
  • H. Gill, Legislative Specialist
  • R. Khan, Legislative Technical Coordinator

Regional Chair Iannicca called the meeting of Regional Council to order at 10:17 a.m. in the Council Chamber, Regional Administrative Headquarters, 10 Peel Centre Drive, Suite A, Brampton.

Regional Chair Iannicca read an Indigenous Land Acknowledgement.

 

  • Resolution Number2020-775
    Moved byCouncillor Starr
    Seconded byCouncillor Sinclair

    That the minutes of the September 24, 2020 Regional Council meeting be approved.

    Carried
  • Resolution Number2020-776
    Moved byCouncillor McFadden
    Seconded byCouncillor Carlson

    That the minutes of the October 1, 2020 Special Regional Council meeting be approved.

    Carried
  • Resolution Number2020-777
    Moved byCouncillor Vicente
    Seconded byCouncillor Damerla

    That the agenda for the October 8, 2020 Regional Council meeting be approved.

    Carried
  • Resolution Number2020-778
    Moved byCouncillor Groves
    Seconded byCouncillor Starr

    That the following matters listed on the October 8, 2020 Regional Council Agenda be approved under the Consent Agenda: Items 8.4, 9.1, 9.2, 11.1, 11.2, 13.1, 13.2, 15.1, 24.1, 24.2, 24.3;

    And further, that item 12.1 be referred to the Diversity, Equity and Anti-Racism Committee. 

    In Favour (24)Councillor Brown, Councillor Carlson, Councillor Crombie, Councillor Damerla, Councillor Dasko, Councillor Dhillon, Councillor Downey, Councillor Early*, Councillor Fonseca, Councillor Fortini, Councillor Groves, Councillor Innis, Councillor Kovac, Councillor Mahoney, Councillor McFadden, Councillor Medeiros, Councillor Palleschi, Councillor Parrish, Councillor Ras, Councillor Saito, Councillor Santos, Councillor Sinclair, Councillor Starr, and Councillor Vicente
    Carried

RESOLUTIONS AS A RESULT OF THE CONSENT AGENDA

(For information)

  • Resolution Number2020-779
    Received

This item was dealt with under the Consent Agenda. 

Email dated September 24, 2020, Providing Information Regarding the International Arrivals Screening Process at the Toronto Pearson International Airport (Receipt recommended)

  • Resolution Number2020-780
    Received

This item was dealt with under the Consent Agenda. 

Email dated October 1, 2020, Providing a Letter Requesting Immediate Action to Protect Vulnerable Residents During a Global Pandemic and Providing a Copy of a Letter to the Federal and Provincial Governments Regarding Future Eviction Protection for Vulnerable Tenants (Receipt recommended) (Related to 7.1, 7.2 and 8.3)

  • Resolution Number2020-781
    Received

This item was dealt with under the Consent Agenda. 

  • Resolution Number2020-782
    Moved byCouncillor Groves
    Seconded byCouncillor Starr

    That the report of the Audit and Risk Committee (ARC-3/2020) meeting held on September 17, 2020, be adopted.

    Carried

This item was dealt with under the Consent Agenda. 

  1. DECLARATIONS OF CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

Nil.

  1. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

Resolution Number 2020-783

That the agenda for the September 17, 2020 Audit and Risk Committee meeting be approved.
 

Approved

  1. DELEGATIONS

Nil.

  1. REPORTS

5.1       Traffic Signal Operations and Maintenance Contract Management Audit

(For information)
Presentation by Terry Ricketts, Director, Transportation and Jennifer Weinman, Interim Director, Enterprise Risk and Audit Services

Resolution Number 2020-784

Received

Resolution Number 2020-785

That staff report to a future Regional Council meeting regarding the legal jurisdiction and structure of responsibility for traffic signals between the Province, Region and local municipalities;

And further, that the subject report include an update on actions taken between the Region and local municipalities specific to traffic signals.

Approved



5.2       Information Technology Security Assessment

(For information)
Presentation by Arthur Michalec, IT Security Advisor, IT Operations

Resolution Number 2020-786

Received

5.3       Status of Audit Projects

(For information)  

Resolution Number 2020-787

Received

5.4       Status of Management Action Plans

(For information)

Resolution Number 2020-788

Received

5.5       Energy Commodity Procurement Policy Update

Resolution Number 2020-789

That the Energy Commodity Procurement Policy attached as Appendix I to the report from the Commissioner of Finance and Chief Financial Officer, titled “Energy Commodity Procurement Policy Update”, be approved.

Approved

5.6       Debt Management Policy

Resolution Number 2020-790

That the proposed amended Debt Management Policy (F20-06), attached as Appendix I to the report of the Commissioner of Finance and Chief Financial Officer, titled “2020 Debt Management Policy”, be approved;

And further, that the Debenture Issuance Policy (F20-03), attached as Appendix II, be repealed.

Approved

  1. COMMUNICATIONS

Nil.

  1. OTHER BUSINESS
  1. IN CAMERA

Resolution Number 2020-791

That the Audit and Risk Committee move in camera to consider matters related to item 8.1, Information Technology Security Governance and Management Audit. (The security of the property of the municipality or local board)

Approved

Resolution Number 2020-792

That the Audit and Risk Committee move out of “In Camera”.

Approved

8.1       Information Technology Security Governance and Management Audit

(For information)
(The security of the property of the municipality or local board)

Resolution Number 2020-793

Received


  • Resolution Number2020-794
    Moved byCouncillor Groves
    Seconded byCouncillor Starr

    That the report of the Region of Peel Accessibility Advisory Committee (AAC-1/2020) meeting held on September 17, 2020, be adopted.

    Carried

This item was dealt with under the Consent Agenda. 

  1. DECLARATIONS OF CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

Nil.

  1. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

Resolution Number 2020-795

That the agenda for the September 17, 2020 Region of Peel Accessibility Advisory Committee meeting be approved.

Approved

  1. DELEGATIONS

Nil.

  1. REPORTS

5.1       TransHelp Update

(Oral) 

Presentation by Mark Castro, Director, TransHelp

Resolution Number 2020-796

Received

5.2       Ensuring Accessibility During COVID-19

(For information)

Resolution Number 2020-797

Received

5.3       Accessibility Planning Program Update – September 17, 2020

(For information)

Resolution Number 2020-798

Received

5.4       Update on the Use of the Dynamic Symbol of Access

(For information) (Related to 6.1)

Resolution Number 2020-799

Received

  1. COMMUNICATIONS

6.1       Chandra Urquhart, Legislative Coordinator, City of Brampton

Letter dated June 25, 2020, Regarding Accessible Parking Space Identification - Dynamic Symbol of Access at the City of Brampton (Receipt recommended) (Related to 5.4)

Resolution Number 2020-800

Received

6.2       Julia Opie, Accessibility Coordinator, Corporation of the County of Perth

Email dated January 23, 2020, Providing a Summary of the Changes to the Barrier-Free Design Section of the Ontario Building Code (Receipt recommended)

Resolution Number 2020-801

Received

Letter dated October 2, 2020, Regarding Anti-Racism Initiatives, Community Safety and Policing Act, 2019, New Measures for Police Oversight, Police Training, Mental Health and Addictions Initiatives and Investments, Community Safety and Well-Being Planning and Police-Hospital Transition Protocol (Receipt recommended)

This item was referred to the Diversity, Equity and Anti-Racism Committee under Resolution 2020-778.

(For information)

  • Resolution Number2020-803
    Received

This item was dealt with under the Consent Agenda. 

Regarding Community Concern for the Impact of Bill 184, Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, 2020, the End to the Eviction Moratorium in Ontario and the Impending Increase in Evictions in Peel (Related to 7.2, 8.3, and 9.2) 

  • Resolution Number2020-805
    Received

Michelle Bilek, Founder and Co-Chair, Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness, stated that the primary concern regarding the enactment of Bill 184, Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, 2020 is the provision of additional means for landowners to evict tenants in arrears. She noted that Bill 184 will impact families, children and vulnerable persons throughout the Region of Peel, leading to increased homelessness, more encampments, increased need for food banks and an overall strain on Regional funds currently allocated to support shelters and the Housing Stabilization Fund. Michelle Bilek stated that the Region of Peel has consistently been in the top three high risk areas in Ontario during the COVID-19 pandemic, and many tenants face income loss and risk of eviction during this crisis.

Regarding Community Concern for the Impact of Bill 184, Protecting Tenants and Strengthening Community Housing Act, 2020, the End to the Eviction Moratorium in Ontario and the Impending Increase in Evictions in Peel (Related to 7.1, 8.3, and 9.2) 

  • Resolution Number2020-806
    Received

Doug Kwan, Co-Executive Director, Mississauga Community Legal Services, requested that Regional Council advocate to the provincial government to establish a balanced residential rent relief program similar to the Federal Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance program and request that the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing declare evictions a public health concern. He proposed that Regional Council join the legal action to prevent Bill 184 from increasing the number of evictions; direct Peel Living and Peel rent-geared-to-income (RGI) housing providers to use traditional methods for evictions and avoid fast track evictions; and, request that the provincial government reinstate the eviction moratorium.

Item 8.3 was dealt with.

8.
COVID-19 RELATED MATTERS
 

(For information) (Related to 7.1, 7.2 and 9.2)

  • Resolution Number2020-807
    Moved byCouncillor Damerla
    Seconded byCouncillor Santos

    Whereas the Province of Ontario is currently experiencing a sharp increase in the number of COVID-19 cases, indicating the onset of a second wave of the pandemic;

    And whereas, it is uncertain when an effective vaccine will be broadly available for COVID-19 and when public health measures can be relaxed to allow for a return to ‘normalcy’;

    And whereas, tenants have experienced unprecedented job losses and loss of income due to continued challenges as a result of the COVID-19 crisis;

    And whereas, housing stability is a critical tool to manage the pandemic, as acknowledged by the implementation of a moratorium on most eviction proceedings from March 19, 2020 to July 31, 2020;

    And whereas, the provincial government had put a freeze on all evictions but has since rolled that back and it is now legal for landlords to once again evict tenants;

    And whereas, the Region of Peel is expecting an increased demand on client services such as increased street homelessness, shelter visits and overflow costs, applications to the housing stability fund, among others;

    Therefore be it resolved, that the Regional Chair, on behalf of Regional Council, advocate to the Premier of Ontario and the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing to request that the provincial government immediately restrict all residential rental evictions, except in case of threats to public safety, and maintain this moratorium on evictions until the COVID-19 pandemic is effectively contained;

    And further, that the provincial government be requested to immediately provide additional funding as requested through the Social Services Relief Fund to support the Region of Peel’s eviction prevention programs and offset the costs of the provincially-mandated rent freeze;

    And further, that a copy of this resolution be sent to Peel-area MPs and MPPs.

    In Favour (24)Councillor Brown, Councillor Carlson, Councillor Crombie, Councillor Damerla, Councillor Dasko, Councillor Dhillon, Councillor Downey, Councillor Early*, Councillor Fonseca, Councillor Fortini, Councillor Groves, Councillor Innis, Councillor Kovac, Councillor Mahoney, Councillor McFadden, Councillor Medeiros, Councillor Palleschi, Councillor Parrish, Councillor Ras, Councillor Saito, Councillor Santos, Councillor Sinclair, Councillor Starr, and Councillor Vicente
    Carried

(Oral)
Presentation by Dr. Lawrence Loh, Medical Officer of Health

  • Resolution Number2020-808
    Received

Dr. Lawrence Loh, Medical Officer of Health, provided an update on the current status of the pandemic noting that the Region of Peel continues to have high rates of transmission in known exposures. He stated that major drivers include household transmissions; social gatherings at homes, event venues, banquet halls and weddings; and large, non-public-facing workplace transmissions. This is a cycle that moves the spread across these scenarios. He stated that without continued vigilance, the current cycle of transmission could move into the wider community and vulnerable settings.

Dr. Loh stated that testing is a provincial mandate under Ontario Health. He noted there is currently a large backlog of test results being cleared out that may impact the number of daily cases reported in the upcoming weeks. Dr. Loh indicated that 60 per cent of test results are returned in two days and most persons waiting on results are required to self-isolate.

The Medical Officer of Health provided an overview of a wastewater surveillance project noting that in early 2020, researchers confirmed that the genetic material (RNA) of the COVID-19 virus can be found in wastewater. He stated that while the virus can be shed in the feces of individuals with the virus, there is no evidence that anyone has been infected because of exposure to treated or untreated wastewater. He stated that staff, working with Biobot Analytics and researchers from the University of Waterloo, have been tracking the levels of COVID-19 in wastewater from the GE Booth and Clarkson wastewater treatment facilities since April and testing will continue until the end of 2020.

Dr. Loh emphasized the four core actions to overcome COVID-19: stay two metres apart, wear a mask, wash hands often and get tested and self-isolate if sick or exposed. He recommended that close contacts be limited to immediate household and essential supports only (persons relied on for daily physical or mental wellbeing such as a caregiver, a childcare provider, or emotional supports for those living alone). Dr. Loh has been advocating to the Ontario Chief Medical Officer of Health for lower, consistent gathering limits and closure of banquet halls and event venues with Provincial financial support.

In response to a question from Councillor Ras regarding drive-through flu vaccine clinics, Dr. Loh indicated that traditional facilities have been secured in Peel, with COVID-19 precautions in place. He clarified that persons with symptoms should be tested at COVID-19 testing centres and not at pharmacy testing locations.

In response to a question from Councillor Palleschi regarding the impact of backlogged test results on daily counts, Dr. Loh noted that the daily numbers are already listed separately on the Region of Peel COVID-19 dashboard, by date of start of symptoms and date of report. Dr. Loh stated that he will work with staff to consider options to communicate the separation of the numbers more clearly.

Presentation by Susan Griffin Thomas, Interim Director, Long Term Care

  • Resolution Number2020-809
    Received
  • Resolution Number2020-810
    Moved byCouncillor Downey
    Seconded byCouncillor Carlson

    That the staffing strategy as outlined in the report from the Acting Commissioner of Health Services, titled “COVID-19 Planning and Recovery in Long Term Care”, be approved;

    And further, that the funding related to the adoption of the staffing strategy using a combination of COVID-19 related and other external funding be approved;

    And further, that the Region of Peel continue to advocate to the Province to ensure that appropriate funding is provided to address long standing system pressures in its Long Term Care homes.

    In Favour (22)Councillor Carlson, Councillor Crombie, Councillor Dasko, Councillor Dhillon, Councillor Downey, Councillor Early*, Councillor Fonseca, Councillor Fortini, Councillor Groves, Councillor Innis, Councillor Kovac, Councillor Mahoney, Councillor McFadden, Councillor Medeiros, Councillor Palleschi, Councillor Parrish, Councillor Ras, Councillor Saito, Councillor Santos, Councillor Sinclair, Councillor Starr, and Councillor Vicente
    Abstain (2)Councillor Brown, and Councillor Damerla
    Carried

Susan Griffin Thomas, Interim Director, Long Term Care, provided an update on the Region of Peel’s Long Term Care (LTC) response to COVID-19, outlining operational changes such as requiring that staff work in only one healthcare facility, co-horting of staff, daily screening, increased infection prevention and control measures, as well as, responding to continuously changing provincial directives and COVID testing. She reviewed strategies such as implementation of new scheduling software; processes for tracking, communicating and educating staff and essential caregivers; virtual care agreements; development of a Family Inquiry Line; and establishment of Supportive Care Units.

Susan Griffin Thomas outlined the negative health impacts on LTC residents suffering from the effects of isolation, and staff burnout resulting from increased pressures such as long working hours and multiple shifts.

Susan Griffin Thomas reviewed steps to be taken in preparing for a second wave. She stated that Long Term Care is developing COVID-19 surge capacity plans to proactively identify each home’s response and action plans. She emphasized the need to continue to advocate for sustainable long-term funding for the sector and the long-standing issues that this pandemic has exacerbated.

(For information)
Presentation by Dr. Bobby Corrigan, Urban Rodentologist; Anthony Parente, Acting General Manager, Water and Wastewater Division; and Dr. Nicholas Brandon, Associate Medical Officer of Health 

  • Resolution Number2020-811
    Received
  • Resolution Number2020-812
    Moved byCouncillor Fonseca
    Seconded byCouncillor Dasko

    Whereas the Region of Peel does not have an overall program related to pest management and specifically rat control;

    And whereas, the Region’s capital program spends over $500 million annually on construction related activities which have not historically included pest control of the many disturbed and dispersed population of rats;

    And whereas, five lower tier municipalities with significantly smaller populations have residential subsidy programs in place, one of which is the City of Windsor, where a program has been in place for over 20 years;

    And whereas, Windsor’s experience has led the City to conclude that using a contractor on retainer, acquired through a competitive tendering process, to inspect and bait properties with rats and burrows present, as well as using an education campaign in communities where the rats have been identified, is the most effective way to mitigate and control for rats;

    And whereas, licensed pest control vendors minimize risk considerations to other wildlife population;

    And whereas, an interim subsidy program, to be monitored, is deemed reasonable in high infestation areas while a full program is being considered;

    And whereas, the map indicating the numbers of rat complaints reported to Peel Public Health 2017-2020 does not include those who have contacted 311 and other departments outside of 211 Peel Public Health;

    Therefore be it resolved, that the pest control subsidy framework and study as described in the report of the Interim Commissioner of Public Works and the Acting Commissioner of Health Services titled “Pest Control Subsidy Framework and Study” listed as Item 10.1 on the October 8, 2020 Regional Council agenda, be approved with the following exceptions:

    • The full region rebate program be piloted for 12 months.
    • Peel implement an interim subsidy program by providing 50% of the incurred costs for the services of a registered professional pest control service to a maximum of $200 per property per year with appropriate invoices submitted with a proposed pilot budget of up to $500,000;
    • Effective immediately:
      • Rebate Program – Full Region - $225,000
      • IPM Resources & Waste Management Support - $198,000
      • Construction Abatement Program - $75,000

    And further, that staff monitor the issue and report back on the full region rebate program and pilot project in October 2021 prior to implementation of the program beyond the initial pilot stage;

    And further, that the capital abatement programs be funded by capital cost centres;

    And further, that the pilot be funded through the rate stabilization reserves until the program can be evaluated after the initial pilot stage.

    In Favour (23)Councillor Brown, Councillor Carlson, Councillor Crombie, Councillor Damerla, Councillor Dasko, Councillor Dhillon, Councillor Downey, Councillor Early*, Councillor Fonseca, Councillor Fortini, Councillor Groves, Councillor Innis, Councillor Kovac, Councillor Mahoney, Councillor McFadden, Councillor Medeiros, Councillor Parrish, Councillor Ras, Councillor Saito, Councillor Santos, Councillor Sinclair, Councillor Starr, and Councillor Vicente
    Opposed (1)Councillor Palleschi
    Carried

Dr. Nicholas Brandon, Associate Medical Officer of Health, stated that the number of rat-related complaints and the risk of rat-borne disease in the Region of Peel is low. He provided an overview of the responsibilities of Peel Public Health, the Region of Peel, local municipalities and property owners/landlords regarding pest control.

Anthony Parente, Acting General Manager, Water and Wastewater Division, provided a summary of findings from an external municipal scan regarding rodent control. He noted that most large municipalities in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area do not have a rebate program; and for those smaller municipalities with rebate programs, all (except one) are for residential customers, and exclude businesses and institutional properties. He noted that the programs require municipal staff to complete inspections to ensure residents meet the eligibility criteria. Most programs provide a subsidy amount of 50 per cent of the cost of professional pest control services, to a limit of $200 per year. He stated that rebate programs without co-existing strategies to address rodent and other pest issues, experienced higher costs.

Anthony Parente provided an overview of the proposed integrated pest management (IPM) decision making program intended to anticipate and prevent pest activity and infestation by combining several tactics to achieve long-term solutions.

Dr. Bobby Corrigan, PhD, Urban Rodentologist, stated that the number of rat related complaints received by Peel Public Health are relatively low in comparison to other large, North American cities. He provided a brief description of the brown rat that is predominant in North America, noting that the suburban rat is a wild mammal that will scavenge for food in easily accessible locations such as unsecured waste containers. He emphasized that if there is no food, there are no rats.

Dr. Corrigan stated that a subsidy program must be created in conjunction with an integrated pest management (IPM) system. He noted that consideration should be given to environmental concerns, recognizing that rodent poisons are passed from rats to wildlife; and that rat poisons should only be used when other methods of control have been unsuccessful. He emphasized the five basic steps required for a successful IPM system including: on-going surveys, keeping garbage tidy and secure, keeping buildings tight, use of non-chemical tools (traps, etc.) and supplemental chemical tools (pesticides) when required.

Anthony Parente provided an overview of the proposed integrated pest management program including key considerations and financial implications.

In response to a question from Councillor Saito regarding dumping of garbage in public bins, Anthony Parente stated that Dr. Corrigan provided a detailed recommendation for Regional staff to work with local municipal staff on a program to provide daily removal of waste in park settings and to replace existing receptacles with better pest resistant containers.

In response to a question from Councillor Saito regarding grandfathering of the proposed subsidy, Anthony Parente stated that the proposed rebate program would be retro-active to June 2020 and recommendations have been provided regarding the method to set criteria for retro-active payments.

In response to a question from Councillor Ras regarding the program funding source, Stephen VanOfwegen, Commissioner of Finance and Chief Financial Officer, stated that the pilot project would be funded from rate stabilization reserves; and costs for ongoing operations (after the initial pilot stage) would be funded through property tax.

Andrew Farr, Interim Commissioner of Public Works, commented that staff would work with Council to develop the program and refine the budget requirements for the coming years. He stated that policies related to property inspections, rebate processing and education of residents (including multi-residential units) on how to manage waste would need to be developed quickly.

In response to a question from Councillor Dasko regarding commercial premises, Dr. Lawrence Loh, Medical Officer of Health, clarified that health protection inspectors and staff from Peel Public Health continue to complete regulatory compliance checks with food premises and levy fines if rodent control is not in place in accordance with Ontario regulations within the Health Protection and Promotion Act. He noted this will be a continuing component of the strategy to address rodent issues.

Councillor Parrish suggested that the Region of Peel issue a press release to advise residents of the pilot program.

23.

Nil.

  • Resolution Number2020-813
    Moved byCouncillor Sinclair
    Seconded byCouncillor Carlson

    That Council proceed “In Camera” to consider a report relating to the following:

    • Proposed Property Acquisition – Town of Caledon, Ward 4
    Carried
  • Resolution Number2020-814
    Moved byCouncillor Ras
    Seconded byCouncillor Crombie

    That Council move out of "In Camera".

    Carried

 

Council moved in camera at 1:33 p.m.

Council moved out of in camera at 3:12 p.m. 

 

  • Resolution Number2020-815
    Received

This item was dealt with under the Consent Agenda. 

  • Resolution Number2020-816
    Received

This item was dealt with under the Consent Agenda. 

  • Resolution Number2020-817
    Received

This item was dealt with under the Consent Agenda. 

(A proposed or pending acquisition or disposition of land by the municipality or local board)

  • Resolution Number2020-818
    Moved byCouncillor Sinclair
    Seconded byCouncillor Palleschi

    That the direction given “In Camera” to the Interim Commissioner of Public Works and the Regional Solicitor related to item 24.4 listed on the October 8, 2020 Regional Council meeting agenda be approved, and voted upon in accordance with Section 239(6)(b) of the Municipal Act, 2001, as amended.

    In Favour (21)Councillor Brown, Councillor Carlson, Councillor Crombie, Councillor Damerla, Councillor Dasko, Councillor Dhillon, Councillor Fonseca, Councillor Fortini, Councillor Groves, Councillor Kovac, Councillor Mahoney, Councillor McFadden, Councillor Medeiros, Councillor Palleschi, Councillor Parrish, Councillor Ras, Councillor Saito, Councillor Santos, Councillor Sinclair, Councillor Starr, and Councillor Vicente
    Opposed (3)Councillor Downey, Councillor Early, and Councillor Innis
    Carried
  • Resolution Number2020-819
    Moved byCouncillor Downey
    Seconded byCouncillor Fonseca

    That By-law 62-2020 to confirm the proceedings of Regional Council at its meeting held on October 8, 2020, and to authorize the execution of documents in accordance with the Region of Peel by-laws relating thereto, be given the required number of readings, taken as read, signed by the Regional Chair and the Deputy Regional Clerk, and the corporate seal be affixed thereto

    Carried

The meeting adjourned at 3:15 p.m.

No Item Selected