A G E N D A

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES COMMITTEE

2008-02-19, 9:00 a.m.

 

 

 

PART B - Report Agenda

9:00 a.m., Council Chamber

 

.           MINUTES

 

.           CONSENT

 

.           REGULAR

 

 

Transportation Issues

 

.           PRESENTATION

 

            CONSENT

 

.           REGULAR

 

.           NEW BUSINESS

 

.           IN-CAMERA

 

 

            ADDENDUM AGENDA

 

 

 

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Please bring this DSC Agenda to Council on

MARCH 4, 2008

 

 

 

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES COMMITTEE COMPOSITION

 

The Development Services Committee consists of all members of Council, as listed below:

 

Mayor Frank Scarpitti

Deputy Mayor Jim Jones

Regional Councillor Jack Heath

Regional Councillor Tony Wong

Regional Councillor Gordon Landon

Councillor Valerie Burke (Ward 1)

Councillor Erin Shapero (Ward 2)

Councillor Joe Virgilio (Ward 3)

Councillor Carolina Moretti (Ward 4)

Councillor John Webster (Ward 5)

Councillor Dan Horchik (Ward 6)

Councillor Logan Kanapathi (Ward 7)

Councillor Alex Chiu (Ward 8)

 

Development Services Committee is a standing committee of Council, established to discuss issues in detail before making recommendations to Council, and to deal with delegated issues.

The Committee considers matters that Markham is responsible for under the Municipal Act, Planning Act, Ontario Heritage Act, and related legislation and similar matters on a planning nature.

 

Committee meetings are open to the public and are held on Tuesdays from

9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.

 

Members of the public may address the Committee concerning an item on the agenda.  Speakers are generally limited to 5 minutes and will be required to complete and submit to the Town Clerk a Deputation Request Form.

 

 

PLEASE NOTE:        CELLULAR PHONES/PAGERS MUST BE SWITCHED TO THE NON-AUDIBLE FUNCTION DURING THIS MEETING.

 

 

Notice

 

Personal information is being collected pursuant to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and may form part of the public record which may be released to the public in hard copy and/or electronically.  Questions about this collection should be directed to the Town Clerk of the Town of Markham.

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



A G E N D A

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES COMMITTEE

2008-02-19 - 9:00 a.m.

Meeting No. 5

All Members of Council

Development Services                                                                 Economic Development

Chair:              Councillor J. Webster                                                                             Chair:              Regional Councillor T. Wong

Vice-Chair:      Councillor D. Horchik                                                                            Transportation Issues

                                                                                                                                        Chair:          Regional Councillor G. Landon

 

Regrets:         None

 

 

Development Services meetings are audio streamed live at the

Town of Markham website www.markham.ca

 

 

PLEASE BRING THIS DSC AGENDA TO COUNCIL ON

MARCH 4, 2008

 

 

 

PART B

Report Agenda

9:00 a.m. – Council Chamber

 

 

DISCLOSURE OF PECUNIARY INTEREST

 

 

REQUESTS FOR IDENTIFICATION OF DEPUTATIONS

REGARDING MATTERS ON THIS AGENDA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONSENT

 

ALL MATTERS LISTED UNDER THE CONSENT AGENDA ARE CONSIDERED TO BE ROUTINE AND ARE RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVAL BY THE DEPARTMENT. THEY MAY BE ENACTED IN ONE MOTION, OR ANY ITEM MAY BE DISCUSSED IF A MEMBER SO REQUESTS.

 

RECOMMENDATION:

 

That the Consent Agenda comprising Items 1 to 5 be and the same are hereby approved as written and the various Officials of the Corporation are hereby authorized and directed to take such action that may be necessary to give effect to the recommendations as therein contained.

 

 

1.         DEVELOPMENT SERVICES COMMITTEE MINUTES                                    Page 1
- February 5, 2008, Part B (10.0)

            Minutes

 

That the minutes of the Development Services Committee meeting, Part B, held February 5, 2008, be confirmed.

 

 

2.         MAIN STREET MARKHAM COMMITTEE                                   Memo to be tabled
            JANUARY 16, 2008 RECOMMENDATION                                 Appendix 'A' Page 15
            DIRECTIONAL PARKING LOT SIGNS (16.39)

            Appendix A

 

Note:   This item was referred back to staff for a memo and recommendation from the Development Services Committee meeting on February 5, 2008

 

And that the following resolutions of Main Street Markham Committee held on January 16, 2008 be adopted:

 

THE MAIN STREET MARKHAM COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS:

 

That map signs be installed at each Municipal parking lot indicating where other Municipal parking lots are located.

CARRIED

 

That directional parking signs be installed at the following locations as listed in Appendix ‘A’.

 

CARRIED

 

That the Town of Markham Sign Shop craft the following adjustments to the current Heritage Parking sign:  delete the words ‘Public Parking’, lower the wording ‘Markham Village’, lower the parking symbol and increase its size and change the colour of the lettering to black.

CARRIED

 

 

CONSENT

 

 

 

3.         REPORT ON INCOMING PLANNING APPLICATIONS                                 Page 17
            FOR THE PERIOD OF JANUARY 12, 2008 TO JANUARY 21, 2008
            (10.0) T. Roberge, ext. 2142

            Report

 

That Committee receive the report entitled “Report on Incoming Planning Applications for the period of January 12, 2008 to January 21, 2008” and direct staff to process the applications in accordance with the route outlined in the report.

 

And that Staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.

 

 

 

 

4.         WOODBINE INTERNATIONAL CENTRE CORPORATION &                      Page 21
            WOODBINE INTERNATIONAL HOTEL CORPORATION
            APPLICATIONS FOR OFFICIAL PLAN AND
            ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENTS TO PERMIT
            A MIXED-USE HOTEL, RETAIL, AND CONFERENCE
            AND TRADE CENTRE AT 9390 WOODBINE AVENUE
            (OP 07 129406 & ZA 07 129420)
            (10.3, 10.5) S. Bordone, ext. 8230

            Report  Attachment

 

That a public meeting be held to consider the applications submitted by the Woodbine International Centre Corporation & the Woodbine International Hotel Corporation for Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments to permit the development of a mixed-use hotel, retail, conference and trade centre at 9390 Woodbine Avenue. 

 

And that Staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONSENT

 

 

5.         CIVIC MALL DESIGN PRINCIPLES                                                                  Page 33
            MARKHAM CENTRE
            (10.0) R. Kendall, ext. 6588

            Report  Attachment

 

That the staff report dated February 19, 2008 titled “Civic Mall Design Principles, Markham Centre” be received;

 

That Council endorse the design principles and key design elements for the design and construction of the Civic Mall, through the Remington Group’s Downtown Markham project, as discussed in this report;

 

That Council waive the tendering process in accordance with Purchasing By-law 2004-341, Part II, Section 7 (1) – (h) where it is necessary or in the best interests of the Town to acquire Consulting and Professional Services from a preferred supplier or from a supplier who has a proven track record with the Town in terms of pricing, quality and service;

 

That Council authorize staff to retain Janet Rosenberg and Associates, Landscape Architects, as the Town’s consultant to work with YRRTC and the Remington Group on the conceptual design of the Civic Mall and the detailed design of the park component within the Civic Mall as required;

 

That funding for the above, in the amount of $50,000 be funded from Planning and Urban Design’s Capital Account #81-5350-7647-005 entitled “Markham Centre Amenity / Urban Park (Phase I Design)” and that the balance in the account be retained for the original purpose intended;

 

That Council authorize staff to establish a technical working group consisting of representatives of the Planning and Urban Design and Engineering Departments, Community and Fire Services Commission and the Markham Centre Advisory Group, to work with the landscape architect, the Remington Group and YRRTC on the design of the Civic Mall. 

 

That staff report back to Council on the preliminary design concept for the Civic Mall, including possible funding sources for future landscape architectural consulting services for detailed design of the park component of the civic mall, and on the preferred park construction delivery model, prior to the summer recess;

 

And that Staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.

 

 

 

 

 

REGULAR

 

 

6.         SUBCOMMITTEE ON SECOND SUITES                                                           Page 47
            RECOMMENDATIONS
            (10.0) M. Boyce, ext. 2094

            Report  Attachment

 

Note:   This item was deferred from the February 5, 2008 Development Services Committee meeting

 

That the Report dated February 5, 2008 entitled “Subcommittee on Second Suites Recommendations” be received;

 

That Staff be authorized to schedule a Public Open House and a Statutory Public Meeting to receive input on a new Strategy for Second Suites, which addresses the directions of the Subcommittee on Second Suites for a broader strategy as outlined in Appendix ‘D’, and includes:

a)   the introduction of Town-wide zoning permissions for second suites in single detached and semi-detached dwellings, subject to certain development and property standards;

b)   the requirement for registration and registration renewal (every 3 years or upon change in property ownership) of any house with a second suite to ensure compliance with all applicable codes and standards;

c)   development of a comprehensive public education program (following approval of Town-wide zoning permission) to communicate changes to Markham’s policy on second suites and support implementation of the strategy, including an incentive program to encourage voluntary registration of a second suite; and

d)   the establishment of an 18 month monitoring program to monitor the implementation of the strategy and report on any further changes required to the strategy components.

 

That Staff report back to Development Services Committee following the Statutory

Public Meeting on actions required to implement the new Strategy for Second Suites,

including:

a)      a draft zoning by-law amendment to permit second suites;

b)      required amendments to the Town’s Registration By-law and Property Standards By-

      law;

c)      any further changes required to the Town’s procedures for inspecting and registering  second suites;

d)      preparation of a comprehensive public education program; and

e)      any financial implications associated with implementing the strategy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REGULAR

 

 

7.         APPLICATIONS FOR SITE PLAN APPROVAL                                               Page 107
            TO PERMIT THE CONSTRUCTION OF
            THREE NEW COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS AND
            THE DEMOLITION OF EXISTING OFFICE BUILDINGS
            (SC 06 134364)
            MAIN & MARKHAM INVESTMENTS LTD.
            5954- 5956 HWY. 7 E.
            MARKHAM VILLAGE HERITAGE CONSERVATION DISTRICT
            (10.6) P. Wokral, ext. 7955

            Report  Attachment

 

That the Site Plan Control application (SC 06 134364) submitted by Main & Markham Investments be endorsed in principal subject to the general and specific conditions outlined in Appendix ‘A’

 

And that demolition of the existing office buildings located at 5954-5956 Highway 7 E. be approved;

 

And that Staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.

 

 

 

8.         1685904 ONTARIO INC.                                                                                      Page 125
            4600 STEELES AVENUE EAST
            (NORTH-EAST CORNER OF STEELES AVENUE EAST
            AND THE FUTURE MIDLAND AVENUE EXTENSION)
            SITE PLAN APPLICATION FOR A MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT
            (SC 06 113701)
            (10.6) S. Heaslip, ext. 3140

            Report  Attachment

 

That the staff report entitled “RECOMMENDATION REPORT – 1685904 Ontario Inc. – 4600 Steeles Avenue East (North-east corner of Steeles Avenue East and the future Midland Avenue extension) – Site plan application  for a mixed-use development”, dated February 19, 2008, be received;

 

That the application for site plan control approval be endorsed, in principle;

 

And that  site plan approval be delegated to the Director of Planning and Urban Design or her designate, to be issued following execution of a site plan agreement (Site Plan approval is issued only when the Director has signed the site plan “approved”), when the following conditions have been met:

 

REGULAR

 

 

  1. The Owner has conveyed all lands required for Steeles Avenue and the Midland Avenue extension to the City of Toronto and the Town of Markham.
  2. The Town owned lands which are to be incorporated into the proposed development have been acquired by the Owner.
  3. The Owner has conveyed a heritage easement to the Town over the south (front) façade, portions of the sidewalls, and the wood doors with their associated glazing within the vestibule of the former Milliken Public School. 
  4. The Owner has entered into a site plan agreement with the Town containing all standard and special provisions and requirements of the Town and public agencies and the conditions outlined in Schedule ‘A’ to the February 19, 2008 staff report, including provisions for the payment of a local improvement contribution in lieu of the area-specific development charge in the event that the Area Specific Development Charge By-law has not been enacted.
  5. Provision for the payment by the Owner of all applicable fees, recoveries, development charges, parkland dedications and financial obligations related to applicable Developers Group Agreements.
  6. The Trustee for the Milliken Main Street Landowners Group has advised the Town in writing that the Owner is in good standing with the Group and that the Group supports the assignment of 129 units of servicing allocation to 1685904 Ontario Inc.
  7. The City of Toronto has confirmed in writing that the Owner has entered into an acceptable arrangement for the interim construction of the portion of the Midland Avenue extension required to provide access to the subject development, or alternatively an interim private driveway, prior to the completion of the Class Environmental Assessment for the Midland Avenue extension. 

 

And that 129 units of servicing allocation be granted by Council to 1685904 Ontario Inc., subject to the conditions outlined above;

 

And that Council authorize the enactment of a by-law to remove the Hold (H) provisions on the subject lands, upon application by the Owner, once the conditions of hold removal have been satisfied;

 

And that Staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REGULAR

 

 

9.         TORONTO AND REGION CONSERVATION AUTHORITY                         Page 143
            – PETTICOAT CREEK WATERSHED REQUEST FOR FUNDING
            (13.13.2) L. Miller, ext. 6922

            Report  Attachment

 

That the Development Services Commission Report entitled “Toronto Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) Petticoat Creek Watershed Request for Funding” be received;

 

And That Council support the TRCA financially for the preparation of the TRCA Petticoat Creek Watershed Strategy to an upset limit of $5000.00 to be provided through the Town’s Environmental Sustainability Fund, Account Number 87 2800168;

 

And that Staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.

 

 

 

10.       BOB HUNTER MEMORIAL PARK MASTER PLAN                                     Page 151
            (10.0) L. Duoba, ext. 7925 & L. Miller, ext. 6922

            Report  Attachment

 

That the staff report entitled draft “Bob Hunter Memorial Park Master Plan” dated February 19, 2008, be received;

 

And That Council express support for the Rouge Park’s Bob Hunter Memorial Park Master Plan;

 

And That the Rouge Park consider the comments made in this staff report;

 

And That the Rouge Park be requested to prepare and maintain a financial implementation strategy, identifying private and public funding opportunities, as well as economic opportunities within the Park to implement and sustain the Park as a public resource;

 

And That the ongoing Town of Markham Rouge Park grant of $25,000 per year be directed to implementation of the Little Rouge Corridor Park or Bob Hunter Memorial Park from account 25-210 0024, and that the Rouge Park continue to provide the Town with a year end report on expenditure of the grant;

 

And That the Rouge Park Alliance be requested to focus implementation efforts first on providing the public amenities (including trails, trailheads and picnic areas) for Bob Hunter Memorial Park, in order to raise the profile of Rouge Park and facilitate public enjoyment on these lands, consistent with the “paramount actions” identified in the Rouge Watershed Plan to recognize and develop the Regional Open Space System;

REGULAR

 

 

And That this report be forwarded to the Rouge Park and Toronto and Region Conservation Authority and the Region of York as the Town’s input into the Final Bob Hunter Memorial Park Master Plan;

 

And That staff continue to work co-operatively with the Rouge Park, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, York Region, the Province of Ontario, residents and stakeholders, as appropriate to implement the Bob Hunter Memorial Park Master Plan;

 

And That Staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.

 

 

 

11.       LITTLE ROUGE CORRIDOR MANAGEMENT PLAN                                  Page 167
            (10.0) L. Duoba, ext. 7925

            Report  Attachment

 

That the staff report entitled draft “Little Rouge Corridor Management Plan” dated February 19, 2008, be received;

 

And That Council express support for the Little Rouge Corridor Management Plan as a broad based park planning guideline, but encourage the Rouge Park to consider comments made in this information report;

 

And That the Rouge Park be requested to prepare and maintain a financial implementation strategy, identifying private and public funding opportunities, as well as economic opportunities within the Park to implement and sustain the Park as a public resource;

 

And That Council request the Rouge Park Alliance to ensure the Plan retains sufficient flexibility to respond to recreational and economic opportunities which could support the profile and funding of the regional park system;

 

And That Council urge the Rouge Park Alliance to continue to seek private, corporate and senior government funding sources, including a Trust Fund to accept private donations, for the implementation of the Rouge Park, recognizing the significant costs to deliver the regional park infrastructure and ongoing operation costs;

 

And That Council request the Rouge Park Alliance in its 5 year review of the Little Rouge Corridor Management Plan, to assess if the allocation of funding for the delivery of the Little Rouge Corridor Park is sufficient to deliver the park infrastructure and ongoing operations in a reasonable and timely manner;

 

REGULAR

 

 

And That the ongoing Town of Markham Rouge Park grant of $25,000 per year be directed to implementation of the Little Rouge Corridor Park or Bob Hunter Memorial Park from account 25-210 0024, and that the Rouge Park continue to provide the Town with a year end report on expenditure of the grant;

 

And That consistent with the paramount actions identified in the Rouge Watershed Plan, the Rouge Park be requested to prioritize the implementation and funding activities of the Little Rouge Corridor to recognize and develop the public use and trails component of the Regional Open Space System;

 

And That the park uses proposed in the Little Rouge Corridor Management Plan be considered in the Greenbelt Conformity process to ensure that the uses are permissible, and consistent with the provisions of the Greenbelt Plan;

 

And That Council request the Rouge Park staff to provide written communications with Town staff in the Planning Department and the Operations and Asset Management Group regarding implementation activities on Town owned lands and implementation activities requiring Town permits and approvals;

 

And That this staff report be forwarded to the Rouge Park Alliance, the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority and the Region of York as the Town’s input into the Final Little Rouge Corridor Management Plan;

 

And That staff continue to work co-operatively with the Rouge Park Alliance, and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, York Region, the Province of Ontario, residents and stakeholders, as appropriate to implement the Little Rouge Creek Management Plan;

 

And that Staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.

 

 

 

12.       BOX GROVE COMMUNITY FUND DISTRIBUTION                                    Page 189
            (10.0) B. Karumanchery, ext. 2970

            Report  Attachment

 

That the remaining funds from the Box Grove Community Fund (Capital Budget account 80 6900 6805 005) in the amount of $401,858 be allocated towards street lighting improvements within the Box Grove area and improvements to the Box Grove Community Centre;

 

And that a 2008 Engineering Department Capital Budget be established for the Box Grove Street Lighting Improvements at a cost of $306,780 exclusive of GST to be funded from the Box Grove Community Fund;

 

REGULAR

 

 

And that $30,000 exclusive of GST be allocated to Asset Management’s Lifecycle Reserve from the Box Grove Community Fund in order to top-up funding available for the Box Grove Community Centre Sewage Line Connection;

 

And that a 2008 Urban Design Capital Budget be established for Box Grove Community Centre Landscaping and Site Improvements at a cost of $65,078 exclusive of GST to be funded by the Box Grove Community Fund;

 

And that Staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.

 

 

 

 


 

 

TRANSPORTATION ISSUES

                                       Chair:                  Regional Councillor G. Landon

 

 

 

 

PRESENTATION

 

 

 

 

13.       DIRECTIONAL SIGNAGE                                                                         No attachment
            MARKHAM BY-PASS, HIGHWAY 407
            MCCOWAN ROAD, MAJOR MACKENZIE DRIVE
            MAIN STREET MARKHAM AND NINTH LINE(5.10)

 

 

Note:   At General Committee meeting on February 11, 2008, committee requested staff report back on the above matter to Development Services Committee meeting on February 19, 2008.

 

That the presentation from staff regarding the following:

 

            -           existing truck routes such as McCowan Road, Major Mackenzie, Markham By-pass and Highway 407

            -           existing truck prohibitions on Main Street Markham and 9th Line,

 

be received.

 


CONSENT

 

 

ALL MATTERS LISTED UNDER THE CONSENT AGENDA ARE CONSIDERED TO BE ROUTINE AND ARE RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVAL BY THE DEPARTMENT. THEY MAY BE ENACTED IN ONE MOTION, OR ANY ITEM MAY BE DISCUSSED IF A MEMBER SO REQUESTS.

 

RECOMMENDATION:

 

That the Consent Agenda comprising Items 14 to 16 be and the same are hereby approved as written and the various Officials of the Corporation are hereby authorized and directed to take such action that may be necessary to give effect to the recommendations as therein contained.

 

 

14.       MICRO COURT PROPOSED                                                                             Page 199
            PARKING PROHIBITION
            (5.12.4) P. Kalia, ext. 6200 & S. Saiyed, ext. 8120

            Report  Map  By-law 

 

That the report entitled “Micro Court Proposed Parking Prohibition” dated February 19, 2008 be received;

 

And that the Schedule ‘C’ of Parking By-law 2005-188, pertaining to “Prohibited Parking” be amended by including Micro Court;

 

And that the attached By-law be approved;

 

And that the Operations Department be directed to install the appropriate signs, funded through the 2008 Engineering budget, account #8402;

 

And that the Operations Department be directed to maintain the appropriate signs at the subject location;

 

And that the Parking Control Department be directed to enforce the parking prohibition upon installation of the signs;

 

And that staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONSENT

 

 

15.       CLEGG ROAD PROPOSED                                                                                Page 203
            PARKING PROHIBITION
            (5.12.4) D. Porretta, ext. 2040 & S. Saiyed, ext. 8120

            Report  Map  By-law

 

That the report entitled “Clegg Road Proposed Parking Prohibition” dated February 19, 2008, be received;

 

And that Schedule ‘C’ of Traffic By-law 2005-188, pertaining to “No Parking” be amended by including the south side of Clegg Road, from Rodick Road to a point 220 meters east thereof;

 

And that the attached by-law be approved;

 

And that the Operations Department be directed to install the appropriate signs at the subject location, funded through the 2008 Engineering budget, account #8402;

 

And that the Parking Control Department be directed to enforce the stopping prohibition upon installation of the signs;

 

And that staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.

 

 

 

16.       RODICK ROAD PROPOSED STOPPING                                                         Page 207
            PROHIBITION BETWEEN HIGHWAY 7 &
            16TH AVENUE
            (5.12) D. Porretta, ext. 2040 & S. Saiyed, ext. 8120

            Report  Attachment  By-law

 

That the report entitled “Rodick Road Proposed Stopping Prohibition, between Highway 7 & 16th Avenue” dated February 19, 2008, be received;

 

And that Schedule ‘E’ of Traffic By-law 2005-188, pertaining to “No Stopping Zones” be amended by including both sides of Rodick Road, from Highway 7 to 16th Avenue, as outlined in Option 3 of this report;

 

And that the attached by-law be approved;

 

And that the Operations Department be directed to install the appropriate signs at the subject location, funded through the 2008 Engineering budget, account #8402;

 

 

 

CONSENT

 

 

And that the Operations Department be directed to maintain the appropriate signs at the subject location, funded through the 2008 Operations Budget;

 

And that the Parking Control Department be directed to enforce the stopping prohibition upon installation of the signs;

 

And that staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.

 

 

 

REGULAR

 

 

 

17.       CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT                                   Report to be tabled
            FOR THE HIGHWAY 404 MID-BLOCK CROSSING
            BETWEEN MAJOR MACKENZIE DRIVE AND ELGIN MILLS ROAD
            (5.10) A. Arbuckle, ext. 3120 & N. Azmy, ext. 2197

             Report  Att A  Att B  Att C  Att D

 

Note:   This item was deferred from the February 5, 2008 Development Services Committee meeting.

 

 

Report to be tabled.

 

 

 

18.       404 NORTH SECONDARY PLAN                                                                      Page 217
            CONSTRUCTION AGREEMENT
            (5.0) A. Brown, ext. 7507 & A. Wu, ext. 2230

            Report  Attachment A  Attachment B

 

That the February 19, 2008 report entitled “404 North Secondary Plan, Construction Agreement,” be received;

 

And that the Mayor and the Clerk be authorized to execute a construction agreement with the 404 North Developers Group for the installation of the internal and external sanitary sewers and watermains in the Woodbine Bypass area to service the Honda site plan, in a form satisfactory to the Chief Administrative Officer and the Town Solicitor;

 

 

 

REGULAR

 

And that the 2008 Engineering Department Capital Budget be amended to include a new account for the construction of sidewalk and illumination related to the construction of the Woodbine Bypass (Phase 2B & 3) and development of the Honda site plan in the amount of $359,621.00 (sidewalk - $178,517.00, illumination - $181,104.00), to be funded by development charges;

And that the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute a credit agreement with the 404 North Developers Group for front-ending of the costs incurred by the Town to provide downstream sanitary sewer capacity for the area in a form satisfactory to the Chief Administrative Officer;

 

And that staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.

 

 

19.       CONSULTANT SELECTION RFP# 181-R-07                                                   Page 223
            DETAILED DESIGN AND CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION
            FOR RODICK ROAD WIDENING AND EXTENSION
            14TH AVENUE TO ESNA PARK DRIVE
            (5.10, 7.12.2) A. Arbuckle, ext. 3120 & G. Gammarano, ext. 4040

            Report  Attachment

 

That the report entitled “Consultant Selection RFP # 181-R-07, Detailed Design and Contract Administration for Rodick Road widening and extension, 14th Avenue to Esna Park Drive” be received;

 

And that staff be authorized to retain the highest ranked and lowest priced qualified firm UMA Engineering Ltd. for the detailed design of the project for an upset fee limit of $291,435.00 exclusive of GST and disbursements ($306,006.75 inclusive of 5% GST);

 

And that Engineering staff be authorized to retain the highest ranked and lowest priced qualified firm UMA Engineering Ltd. for the construction inspection and contract administration for an upset fee of $233,060.00 exclusive of GST ($244,713.00 inclusive of 5% GST), subject to the  satisfactory completion of the detailed design phase of the project as described in the RFP document;

 

And that a contingency amount of 78,674.25 exclusive of GST ($82,607.96 inclusive of 5% GST) be established to cover any additional costs and that the Director of Engineering be authorized to approve expenditure of this contingency amount up to the specified limit;

 

And that the awards be funded and pre-approved from the 2008 Engineering Capital budget project 8299 Rodick Road Extension, in the amount of $675,549.56 exclusive of GST;

 

And that upon payment of all invoices, any remaining funds be returned to the original funding source;

 

And that staff be authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to this resolution.

 

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

 

 

 

20.       IN CAMERA ITEMS (8.0)

 

That Development Services Committee resolve into an in camera session to discuss the following confidential matters:

 

 

(1) LITIGATION MATTER REGARDING COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT DECISION

(2) LITIGATION MATTER REGARDING COMMITTEE OF ADJUSTMENT DECISION,

     DEMOLITION PERMIT AND SITE PLAN APPLICATION

 

 

 

CEASE WEBSTREAM

 

 

MOTION TO RESOLVE IN-CAMERA

 

 

MOTION TO RISE AND REPORT

 

 

 

 

NEXT MEETING

 

DATE:                         March 4, 2008

 

ATTENDANCE:         Please advise the Clerk’s Department if you are not able to attend.

                                    (Alida Tari, ext. 2211)

 

 

 


ADDENDUM ITEM

 

 

PLEASE BRING THIS DSC ADDENDUM AGENDA TO COUNCIL ON MARCH 4, 2008

 

 

TRANSPORTATION ISSUES

                                  Chair:                  Regional Councillor G. Landon

 

 

17.       CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT                                                    Page 229
            FOR THE HIGHWAY 404 MID-BLOCK CROSSING
            BETWEEN MAJOR MACKENZIE DRIVE AND ELGIN MILLS ROAD
            (5.10) A. Arbuckle, ext. 3120 & N. Azmy, ext. 2197

             Report  Att A  Att B  Att C  Att D

 

Note:   This item was deferred from the February 5, 2008 Development Services Committee meeting.

 

That the staff report entitled “Class Environmental Assessment for the Highway 404 Mid-block Crossing between Major Mackenzie Drive and Elgin Mills Road,” be received;

 

And that staff be authorized to conduct the second Public Information Centre for the project to present details of the preferred alternative alignment.

 

And that staff report back to Council after the second PIC with the results of the Public Information Centre and with final details of the recommended design option to be included in the Environmental Study Report for the project.

 

And that the existing Hold Zone provision be removed from the lands which are located outside of the preferred south crossing corridor as described in this report.

 

And that the existing Holding Zone provisions on the lands lying within the preferred south crossing corridor remain in effect until the Class Environmental Assessment Study is completed and filed and the public review period has expired without a Part II Order request.