This week Council begins at 5:30pm.
The first meeting is to give consideration to the Drainage Report prepared by Tim Oliver, P. Eng., of Dillon Consulting Ltd., for the repair and improvement of the Malden Road Drain West and to hear from any affected land owners. The packet can be found here.
The second meeting beginning at 6pm is to give consideration to the Drainage Report prepared by Halliday Pearson, P. Eng., and Don Joudrey, P. Eng., of Baird AE, Architecture & Engineering, for the repair and improvement of the East Townline Drain (Pike Creek Outlet) and to hear from any affected land owners. The packet can be found here.
The main meeting begins at 7pm. The packet can be found here.
We begin with several delegations with respect to the Essex Region Greenway Trail and South Talbot Road. Earlier this year funding was secured to complete the trail link between the Rt Hon Herb Gray Parkway and the existing Chrysler Canada Greenway. The proposed location is adjacent to a drain to the rear of several properties fronting on South Talbot Road to ensure a consistent natural environment but will require the purchase of property to complete. The delegations have communicated their preference for a trail along South Talbot Road in advance.
Delegations will be:
- Celeste O'Neil Re: Essex Region Greenway Trail and South Talbot Road
- Melanie Gosselin for Marlene O'Neil, 1185604 Ontario Inc. Re: Essex Region Greenway Trail
- Ed Hooker, Solicitor and Richard Wyma, CEO and Kevin Money, Director Conservation Services, ERCA Re: Essex Region Greenway Trail
VIII. COMMUNICATIONS FOR INFORMATION
A. Carolyn Langley, Clerk, West Lincoln, Letter dated June 28, 2016 Re: Mandatory Municipal Consent for Future Renewable Energy Projects. West Lincoln has asked the province to require mandatory municipal approval for renewable energy projects so solar farms and wind turbines would not be installed where they are not wanted. Administration does not recommend supporting.
B. Mike Palecek, National President, CUPW. Letter dated June 6, 2016. Re: Federal government reviewing our public postal service - Have your say! The Canadian Union of Postal Workers is requesting that the Town resolve to participate in the forthcoming parliamentary review of Canada Post. Administration does not recommend supporting.
Corporate Services & Clerk
A. Director Corporate Services & Clerk, June 6, 2016, Report No. 16/16 Re: Declaration of the Office for Councillor Ward 2 as Vacant and Methods to Fill the Vacancy. Council will decide whether to begin the process for a by-election or for an appointment to fill the Council vacancy resulting from the passing of Councillor Mike Rohrer.
B. Director Corporate Services & Clerk, June 30, 2016, Report No. 19/16 Re: Essex Region Greenway Trail Extension Land Acquisition from the Congregation of the Order Antonin Maronite. This is an agreement to purchase lands required for the Trail connection.
C. Director Fire Services & Fire Chief, July 5, 2016, Report No. 04/16 Re: Cyanide Antidote Deployment Agreement. This report recommends that Tecumseh participate in a Pre-Hospital Joint Operational Cyanide Antidote Deployment Agreement; and that an antidote for cyanide, present in burning insulation, furniture coverings, carpets and plastics, be purchased for an initial purchase cost of $810 with ongoing replacement of the Cyanide antidote approved and funded from the Fire Services Equipment Budget.
Planning & Building Services
D. Development Co-ordinator, July 1, 2016, Report No.17/16 Re: Sumatara - Estates of Lakewood Park Development, Placing of Services on Maintenance. With construction complete of the new residential roads (Hayes Avenue and Lakewood Crescent) south of Lakewood Park, Administration is recommending that the one year contractor maintenance period begin prior to acceptance of the roads by the Town.
E. Director Planning & Building Services, July 6, 2016, Report No. 18/16 Re: Official Plan and Zoning By-Law Amendments Del Duca Industrial Park Ltd. Adminsitration is recommending that a public meeting be scheduled for Tuesday, August 9, 2016 at 5:00 p.m., to consider a rezoning for a 21.6 hectare (53.4 acre) parcel of land situated at the north-east corner of the 8th
Concession/North Talbot Road intersection. Long-term, the lands are proposed to be “Hamlet Development” which would change to “Business Park”; and the rezoning would be from “Agricultural Zone (A)” to “Industrial Zone (M1)” to facilitate the development of the lands for an industrial subdivision/business park. The land is on North Talbot just west of Weston Park.
Public Works & Environmental Services
F. Manager, Engineering Services, July 6, 2016, Report No. 35/16 Re: Tecumseh Road Main Street CIP - Streetscape Plan and Design Revised Scope & Budget Update. Administration is recommending that $355,000 be committed to engineering design for the Tecumseh Road Main Street Streetscaping Plan and Design with funding to be provided as follows:
- Road Lifecycle Reserve $272,750
- Watermain Reserve Fund $6,250
- Wastewater Sewers Reserve Fund $55,100
- Storm Sewer Lifecycle Reserve $20,900
This would bring the total project budget to $19,713,004.
G. Director Public Works & Environmental Services, June 24, 2016, Report No. 36/16 Re: Speed Limit Reduction on South Talbot Road. Administration is recommending that the speed limit of South Talbot Road be reduced from 80km/h to 60km/h from Howard Avenut to Walker Road.
For any further questions or concerns please feel free to contact me at 226-773-1910 or [email protected]