This week, Town Council begins at 6pm with a special meeting to discuss the Water-Wastewater Master Plan. The agenda can be found here.
The Master Plan that governs water and wastewater infrastructure planning was updated as a result of the 2008 servicing strategies, implementation phases and costs, to reflect updated planning projections. A Notice of Study Completion is proposed to be advertised in Shoreline Week and the Town’s website and social media accounts to initiate the mandatory 30-day public review period.
Regular business begins at 7pm. The agenda can be found here.
- Time Capsule Winner, Maya Wadi
- Essay Winner 1st Place, Allisyn Teti
- Essay Winner, 2nd Place, Alex Acanne
3. Jeff Sylvestre, James Sylvestre Developments Ltd. Re: Sylvestre Drive Sanitary Sewer Extension Class EA and Storm Drainage Master Plan and 2020 Budget.
a. FS-2019-14 Administrative Fees and Charges 2020. Administration recommends changes to fees and charges. Variable fees would increase by the Consumer Price Index of 1.9%, and new fees for the following:
- Archival Research – Adjusted to reflect hourly labour rate only.
- Fees added for Photocopies (colour), Maps, plans on plotter (colour), Refund or Misdirected Payment Fee and By-Law Enforcement Administration Fee.
- Fire assistance for private standby – Adjusted to match Confined Space Rental (c).
- False Alarm Registration and At Fault False Alarm fees added to this schedule to coincide with By-law 2019-75, which was recently updated.
- Criminal Record Check, Duplicate Copy of Record Check, Occurrence Confirmation Reports, Technical Traffic Collision Report and Reconstruction Report – Adjusted to reflect increase to OPP Fee Schedule.
- Park Pavilion Rental, Parks Commemorative Program, Special Event Lakewood, Lacasse and McAuliffe Parks, Public Swim – Rates maintained at 2019 level.
- Ice Rental Municipal or Municipal Partnership Program Apr – Aug – reduced to zero.
- Tecumseh Transit Single Fare – Rates increased by $0.25. First rate increase since program inception; Monthly Pass – Rates increased by $5. First rate increase since program inception
- 4 Swiss Phone pagers $3,000
- 8 Firefighter helmets $4,000
- 10 Leather boots $5,000
- 8 Sets of firefighter bunker gear $20,800
from the Fire Equipment Lifecycle Reserve $ - $ 32,800
- Town Hall Environmental Control System -- $30,000
- Environmental Building Interior Upgrades -- $15,000
- Environmental Bldg Garage Exhaust System -- $22,000
- St Clair Beach Community Centre Upgrades -- $12,000
- Cada Library Architect Contract -- $60,000
- Town Hall HVAC Replacement (3) Units -- $30,000
- Town Hall Flooring Replacement -- $80,000
- Carling Pavilion Replacement -- $45,000
- St. Mary's Pavilion Roof Replacement -- $10,000
- McCord Lane PW Salt Shed Roof -- $50,000
- Fire Hall #1 Concrete Pad Refurbishment -- $20,000
from the Municipal Modernization Fund -- $30,000 and Buildings Lifecycle Reserve -- $344,000
- Lakewood North - historical storyboard installation $10,000
- St Mary's Park - walkway at splash pad $10,000
- Park Sign Replacements - various parks $15,000
- In Ground Recyclable Containers $20,000
- Parks Recreation & Trails Master Plan Update $45,000
- McAuliffe Park Washroom Renovation $15,000
- Optimist Park - playset replacement $100,000
- Various park bench and garbage can replacement -- $15,000
- Sports Fields - top dressing over seeding -- $15,000
- Install Manufactured Wood Chips Under Play Sets -- $18,000
- Annual Project Allocations TBD -- $25,000
- McAuliffe Park - bleacher replacements -- $8,000
- St Mary’s Park - irrigation for infield -- $8,000
- Lakewood Park - drainage improvements -- $10,000
- Baseball Infield Clay - various parks -- $18,000
- Buster Reaume - playset replacement -- $50,000
- Lacasse Grandstand - replacement design -- $60,000
- Dorset Dresden - playset replacement -- $70,000
- Lakewood Park - Pier boardwalk repairs -- $125,000
- Lakewood and McAuliffe Park electronic signs $130,000
- McAuliffe Park - Splash Pad -- $250,000
- Tree Planting $30,000 $30,000
from Donations $30,000, Infrastructure Reserve $172,500, Transfer from Reserve (MMP Grant) $130,000, Park Development Lifecycle Reserve $684,500 and
Reforestation Lifecycle Reserve $30,000
- Administration recommends approval of the following purchases for 2020:
Sidewalk Repair Program - Various Locations $ 69,000
- Riverside Drive Trail $ 850,000 $ 850,000
CR42: CR19 to CR43 (Sidewalks and Bike Lanes) $ 708,500
- Road Paving - Tar & Chip $ 100,000
- Road Paving - Asphalting $ 1,100,000
- Road Paving - Crack Sealing $ 100,000
- CR42/43 Const. including 12th & Banwell Watermains $ 20,450
- Tecumseh Hamlet SPA EA FSR $ 61,250
- Tecumseh Sigange Project $ 16,000
- Lesperance/VIA Rail Improvements $ 155,000
- Tecumseh Road CIP - Streetscape Plan & Final Design $ 1,422,640
- Manning Road/ETLD Drain Relocation - Phase 2 $ 54,500
- Manning Road Reconstruction - Phase 3 $ 225,500
- Sylvestre Drive Sanitary Sewer Extension $ 94,000
- Scully & St. Mark'sStorm PS/Riverside Drive $ 43,600
- Cty Rd 46/Webster/Laval Sanitary Sewer Extension $ 120,750
- Del Duca Drive Sanitary Sewer $ 92,450
- Lanoue Street Improvements $ 363,300
- Tecumseh Road Sanitary Sewer $ 672,600
- Tecumseh Road Path - Arlington to DM Eagle $ 100,000
- Traffic Signal Controller Update $ 150,000
- Expansion/Improvements PW Yard (North) $ 30,000
- Bridge & Culvert Needs Study (>3m Span) $ 39,000
- Bridge #1013 - Merrick Creek at 8th Concession $ 250,300
- Tecumseh Road CIP - Streetscape Plan & Final Design $ 50,250
- Manning Road/ETLD Drain Relocation - Phase 2 $ 31,000
- Hwy#3/County Road 11 Watermain Replacement $ 2,316,600
- Tecumseh Hamlet SPA EA FSR $ 30,250
- Cty Rd 46/Webster Laval Sanitary Sewer Exten. $ 80,400
- Del Duca Drive Sanitary Sewer $ 5,550
- CR42/43 Const. including 12th&Banwell Watermains $ 758,600
- 2020 Water and Wastewater Rates Study $ 10,000
- Tecumseh Road CIP - Streetscape Plan & Final Design $ 63,500
- Sylvestre Drive Sanitary Sewer Extension $ 186,800
- Manhole Restoration Program $ 75,000
- Tecumseh Hamlet SPA EA FSR $ 30,250
- Cty Rd 46/Webster/Laval Sanitary Sewer Exten. $ 166,700
- Scully & St. Mark's Storm PS/Riverside Drive $ 20,550
- Del Duca Drive Sanitary Sewer $ 148,500
- Sanitary Sewer Model Update & Flow Monitioring $ 295,000
- CR42/43 Const. including 12th&Banwell Watermains $ 44,900
- Tecumseh Road Sanitary Sewer $ 2,395,100
- 2020 Water and Wastewater Rates Study $ 10,000
- Tecumseh Road CIP - Streetscape Plan & Final Design $ 68,310
- Manning Road/ETLD Drain Relocation - Phase 2 $ 71,000
- Manning Road Reconstruction - Phase 3 $ - $ 2,500
- Lesperance/VIA Rail Improvements $ - $ 31,000
- Sylvestre Drive Sanitary Sewer Extension $ 4,200
- Manhole Restoration Program $ 75,000
- Oldcastle Storrm Drainage Master Plan $ 450,000
- Tecumseh Hamlet SPA EA FSR $ - $ 219,250
- Cty Rd 46/Webster/Laval Sanitary Sewer Exten. $ 77,400
- Scully & St. Marks Storm PS/Riverside Drive $ 733,100
- MRSPA Pond Design and Construction $ 2,780,000
- Del Duca Drive Sanitary Sewer $ 125,850
- Shoreline Management Plan $ 350,000
- Stormwater Rate Study $ 45,000
- Manning Road/ETLD Drain Relocation - Phase 2 $ 126,500
(a) Metered water consumption charge with usage under 10,200 cubic meters per month at $1.2250 per cubic meter, or $5.5689 per 1,000 imperial gallons;
(b) Metered water consumption charge with usage over 10,200 cubic meters per month at $0.8855 per cubic meter, or $4.0255 per 1,000 imperial gallons;
(c) metered wastewater collection and treatment charges at $1.2583 per cubic meter, or $5.7202 per 1,000 imperial gallons;
(d) wastewater collection and treatment charges for Bonduelle North America at $0.8389 per cubic meter, $3.8136 per 1,000 imperial gallons;
(e) fixed charge for water and wastewater service connections at: 5/8” & ¾” $15.94; 1” $27.65; 1.5” $54.28; 2” $80.87; 3” $135.78; 4” $219.16; 6” $389.73
(f) flat rate water unmetered consumption charge at $47.49 per month;
(g) flat rate unmetered wastewater collection and treatment charge at $48.71 per month;
(h) meter connection charge at $545.00 per meter;
(i) meter reconnection charge at $91.00 per meter;
(j) hydrant rental at $91.00 per day;
(k) Oasis Water Filling Station at $2.15 per cubic meter; and
(l) Miscellaneous charge at $15.00
This week, Town Council begins at 6pm to discuss Awards and Committee Appointments.
Administration recommends that the nomination of Jocelyn Adams for the 2019 Dr. Henri Breault Community Excellence Award (Dr. Breault Award) be accepted, and that Town Council determine a direction with respect to awards for the 2019 Donald “Donny” Massender Memorial Volunteer Award (Donny Massender Award) and 2020 Senior of the Year Award. The report can be found here.
Further, it is recommended that the applications of Betty Lee-Daigle, Manmander Matharu, and Jelena Ristic to the Cultural & Arts Advisory Committee, of Amanda Deshaies and Scott Robinson to the Heritage Advisory Committee, and of John Levesque to the Seniors Advisory Committee, be approved. In addition there are three applicants to the Committee of Adjustment for the vacant position. The report can be found here.
Regular business begins at 7pm. The full agenda can be found here.
1. Essex and Kent Scottish Regiment, Joseph Ouellete, Honorary Lieutenant Colonel Re: Flag of Remembrance and Plaque dedicated to Major Fred Tilston
2. Baron Championship Rings, Drina Baron-Zinyk, Vice President, Co-Owner, Richard Baron, Founder, and Kathy Baron Co-Founder Re: Toronto Raptors Rings. A sample of the rings produced can be found here.
Communications - For Information include:
1. County of Essex dated November 8, 2019 Re: Notice of Decision on Official Plan Amendment, 11870 Tecumseh Road. Essex County has approved the Valente condominium development located on the north side of the Tecumseh and Southfield intersection.
2. Town of Wasaga Beach, November 8, 2019 Re: Resolution from the Township of Springwater - Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority Levy. The Towns of Springwater and Wasaga Beach are each asking for breakdowns of the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority budgets and that the Province allow them to see the budget lines in order to deliver their responsibilities for financial stewardship.
3. Town of Essex, November 7, 2019 Re: More Choice, More Homes Act, 2019 - Bill 108 Proposed Regulations. Essex has backed the request of the Town of Tecumseh to have a three month consultation period regarding the regulations associated with Bill 108, the More Choices, More Homes Act.
4. Town of Lakeshore dated November 19, 2019. Lakeshore extends to the Town an invite to their Shoreline Management Plan Public Consultation Event to be held on Thursday, November 28th, 4:30pm to 7:30pm at the Atlas Tube Centre.
5. Township of Larder Lake dated November 12, 2019 Re: Main Street Revitalization Fund. Larder Lake is requesting an extension in which to expend the allocated funding of the Main Street Revitalization Fund to June 2020.
6. County of Essex dated November 22, 2019 Re: Notice of Design and Construction Public Open House. Essex County advises of a Public Meeting to be held regarding the proposed widening of County Road 42 from County Road 19 to the City of Windsor limits, consisting of a five-lane roadway with bike lanes, sidewalks, and/or multi-use trails. Multi-lane roundabouts are being introduced at County Road 19 (Manning Road) and the new intersection with County Road 43 (Banwell Road) and at the diversion and reconstruction of County Road 43 from Shields Avenue to south of County Road 42. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, December 11th, 2019 from 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the County of Essex - West Pike Depot, 11965 County Road 42, Tecumseh ON.
1. Chief Administrative Officer
a. CAO-2019-11 Community Safety and Well-Being Plan Development. Administration recommends that Tecumseh join in with the County of Essex, other
Area Municipalities and the City of Windsor for the development of a regional Community Safety and Well-Being Plan. The Community Safety Plan is a new requirement under the Police Services Act (1990) (Act) and the Community Safety and Policing Act (2019) by January 1, 2021.
2. Planning & Building Services
a. PBS-2019-39, D19 SKY, Skyline Real Estate Holdings, Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment, Scheduling of Public Meeting. Administration is recommending the scheduling of a public meeting, to be held on Tuesday, January 14, 2020 at 6:00 p.m., in accordance with the Planning Act for applications submitted by Skyline
Real Estate Holdings for a 4.4 hectare (10.9 acre) parcel of land situated at the southeast corner of the Tecumseh Road/Southfield Drive intersection (11873 and 11917
Tecumseh Road). The request is to redesignate the property from “Commercial” and “Residential” to “Residential” with a new site-specific policy and rezoning the subject property from “General Commercial Zones (C3) and (C3-1)” and “Residential Zone 2 (R2)” to a sitespecific “Residential Zone (R3-16)” in order to:
i) recognize the two existing apartment buildings located on the northern portion of the property and permit accessory commercial uses within their first floors;
ii) permit the development of the southern portion of the lands for an additional two, four-storey apartment buildings totalling 150 units;
iii) establish a total overall lot density of 91 units per hectare for the entirety of the property; and
iv) establish site-specific lot, building and yard provisions.
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