This Tuesday September 22nd, Council business begins at 6:30pm with a meeting of the Court of Revision. You can access the full packet here. This meeting is being hosted to receive appeals from any residents assessed for Repair and Improvement to the South Malden Road Drain (Lower Portion) and Graham Drain.
Regular business begins at 7pm and will include the following items. The full packet can be found here.
A. Ciociaro Club, September 2, 2015 Re: Letter of Thanks to Tecumseh Fire Department. The Tecumseh Fire Department is sent thanks from the Ciociaro Club for having managed a roof fire on August 29th that did not result in any disruptions to business operations.
B. Wendy Pulleyblank-Cunningham, September 10, 2015 Re: 50th Anniversary of Fire Fighting Services in the former Sandwich
South Township. Council and staff are invited to attend this celebration on Thursday, October 15th at 6 p.m. at Fire Station #2 in Oldcastle
C. Union Gas Limited, July 23, 2015 Re: Expansion of Natural Gas Distribution. Council is advised that Union Gas has applied for permission to extend its services to communities of Milverton, Prince Township and, the Chippewas of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation and Lambton Shores.
D. Wetland Conservation Program (MNRF), September 3, 2015 Re: Wetland Conservation in Ontario: A Discussion Paper. Council is advised that comments are being received regarding Wetland Conservation in Ontario: A Discussion Paper until October 30, 2015. A public meeting is being held in London on October 6th at London Public Library, 3200 Wonderland Rd S from 6:30- 8:00pm.
E. Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC), September 14, 2015 Re: MPAC Announces New Vice-President, Municipal and
Stakeholder Relations. MPAC announces that Carla Nell will take on the role of Vice-President, Municipal and Stakeholder Relations at MPAC.
F. City of Windsor, Environment Transportation & Public Safety Standing Committee Re: Environment, Transportation & Public Safety Standing Committee Report 295. Council is advised that the City of Windsor has approved changes to the Terms of Reference for the Windsor-Essex County Environment Committee which includes various amendments including reducing the number of members, deleting references to specific sectors, transferring supervision of the coordinator fully to the City of Windsor administration, specifying that all recommendations are to be approved by City & County Councils prior to making any recommendations to a third party and/or private agency, and members absent from 3 consecutive meetings without expressing regrets will be deemed to have resigned from the Committee. Meetings are held bi-monthly and are open to the public.
G. Steven Valente, September 17, 2015 Re: Oliver Drive, Zoning Bylaw Amendment, Townhomes. Mr. Valente advises that the rezoning application for 12258 Oliver Drive has been rescinded.
H. Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO), September 9, 2015 Re: AMO Support for the Syrian Refugee Crisis – Call to Action. AMO is requesting a $100 donation from the municipality to Lifeline Syria to assist those affected.
I. Unifor, September 11, 2015 Re: Resolution on the Trans Pacific Partnership and Canada's Auto Industry. Unifor is requesting that Council endorse a resolution to the Federal Government that would ensure regional value content at least as what presently exists under NAFTA, that tariff elimination be contingent on equal access to market, and that this viewpoint be communicated to the federal parties and candidates.
The Police Services Board also met and honoured past Councillor Marcel Blais for his service to the community.
A. Director Staff Services/Clerk, September 8, 2015, Report No. 30/15 Re: 2015 Local Government Week. Council is asked to proclaim the week of October 18 to 24, 2015, as Local Government Week (LGW) in the Town of Tecumseh; and that events and activities be planned to create awareness in local government for children and youth, as well as its important role and function in shaping the community.
B. Director Staff Services/Clerk, September 10, 2015, Report No. 31/15 Re: Essex Power Corporation, Appointment of Proxyholder for Shareholders’ 2015 Annual Meeting. Mayor McNamara is proposed to be designated as the Town's Proxyholder for the purpose of voting at the Essex Power Annual General Meeting.
C. Director Staff Services/Clerk, September 10, 2015, Report No. 32/15 Re: 2016 December Holiday Schedule. Council is being asked to approve a 2016 Holiday Closure from Friday, December 23, 2016, through to and including Monday, January 2, 2017.
D. Director Staff Services/Clerk, September 8, 2015, Report No. 33/15 Re: 2016 Council Meeting Calendar. Council is being asked to cancel the following Regular Council Meeting dates in 2016: a. Tuesday, February 9, 2016; b. Tuesday, June 14, 2016; c. Tuesday, August 23, 2016; and d. Tuesday, December 27, 2016.
E. Deputy Clerk, September 11, 2015, Report No. 34/15 Re: Snow Angels, Volunteer Snow Removal Program. Council is being asked to renew the Snow Angels – Volunteer Snow Removal Program for the 2015 – 2016 Fall/Winter season. Snow Angels would be recruited through area service groups, schools and volunteer organizations. Council is also being asked to provide Volunteer incentives for volunteers and to waive police clearance fees for Snow Angel Volunteers.
F. Director Staff Services/Clerk, September 2, 2015, Report No. 35/15 Re: 12522 Ballard Street, Request for Part Alley Closing and Transfer of Lands. Council is being asked to approve a partial alley closure and sale directly to the west of 12522 Ballard Street for lot consolidation purposes. Owners of 12522 Ballard Street, as well as 718, 722 and 726 Lacasse Boulevard would be notified that consideration is being given to the closure and sale of the alley abutting their property and invited to submit in writing to the Clerk any interest in acquiring a portion of the Subject Alley. The cost of the closure and conveyance of the Subject Alley is to be the responsibility of the abutting property owner[s] acquiring the lands, should the lands be declared surplus to the needs of the Town and offered for sale.
G. Fire Prevention Officer, September 14, 2015, Report No. 04/15 Re: Project Zero. The Fire Department advises that through support from Union Gas, seniors in the southern portion of the town from Highway 3 to County Road 8 will be visited and with the residents’ permission Smoke/Carbon Monoxide alarms will be installed to make them safe.
H. Manager Engineering Services, September 1, 2015, Report No. 50/15 Re: Laval Tool & Mould Ltd. - 4965 8th Concession Road, Sanitary Sewer Connection Agreement. Council is being asked to approve a sanitary sewer connection to this property with costs assessed to the property owner.
I. Manager Engineering Services, September 1, 2015, Report No. 51/15 Re: Traffic Signal Infrastructure Assessment (2015). Council is being asked to adopt the “2015 Signal Assessment” for traffic signals as prepared by Dillon Consulting Limited and to use this document's recommendations to prioritize future capital works.
J. Manager Engineering Services, September 10, 2015, Report No. 52/15 Re: Lakewood Park South Parking Lot & Pathway - Tender Award. Council is being asked to award a tender for the Lakewood Park South Parking Lot & Pathway in the amount of $108,400 excluding HST to Pierascenzi Contracting Limited. The project would be funded through the Road Lifecycle Reserve (Parking Lot) – increase from $78,000 to $116,197 and the Infrastructure Reserve (Pathway Extension) – decrease from $41,000 to $10,393.
K. Facilities Manager, September 11, 2015, Report No. 24/15 Re: Green Acres Washroom Building RFQ Tender Award. Council is being asked to award a tender to TCI Titan Contracting in the amount of $111,983 plus HST for the construction of the addition of outside washrooms and asphalt roof replacement at the Green Acres Community Centre Facility. Pricing is also proposed to be secured from the contractor to install the sanitary connection at a cost not to exceed $10,000 plus HST.
If you have any questions on these or other items please contact me at 226-773-1910 or at [email protected] Our next meeting will be held on October 13th beginning with Personnel Committee at 5pm.