Agenda Contents

Minutes
Cornwall City Council



    Meeting ID:2009-06
    Meeting Date:Mon March 23, 2009 07:00 PM
    Location:Council Chambers
    Chair:CN=Bob Kilger/OU=CITYHALL/O=CityCornwall
    Prepared By:Denise Labelle-Gelinas, City Clerk


      
    Attendance Committee Members:Attendance Staff:
    Bob Kilger, Mayor
    Denis Thibault, Councillor
    Denis Carr, Councillor
    Mark MacDonald, Councillor
    Elaine MacDonald, Councillor
    Glen Grant, Councillor
    Kim Baird, Councillor
    Bernadette Clément, Councillor
    André Rivette, Councillor
    Syd Gardiner, Councillor
    Mary Ann Hug, Councillor
    Paul W. Fitzpatrick, Chief Administrative Officer
    Denise Labelle-Gelinas, City Clerk
    Maureen Adams, G.M., Financial Services
    Monique Gunn, Division Manager, Child Care Services
    Myles Cassidy, Manager Emergency Services
    Norm Levac, G.M., Infrastructure and Municipal Works
    Robert Menagh, Manager Human Resources
    Stephen Alexander, G.M. Planning , Parks and
    Bob Peters, Senior Development Officer
    Christine Lefebvre, Supervisor, Recreation Services
    Debora M. Daigle, Manager Social and Housing
    Services
    Mr. Stephen Alexander, G.M. Planning, Parks and Recreation


    IN-CAMERA SESSION

    An In-Camera meeting was held at 5:30 p.m. to discuss matters that fell under the Municipal Act, 2001, c.23 s.239:
    - 2 (b) personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board employees;
    - 2 (c) a proposed or pending acquisition or disposition of land by the municipality or local board;
    - 3.1 (1) The meeting is held for the purpose of educating or training the members.


    ROLL CALL
    Mayor Bob Kilger called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.


    INVOCATION
    Major Charles Steenburgh
    Salvation Army


    NATIONAL ANTHEM

    Assembly


    ADDITIONS, DELETIONS OR AMENDMENTS
    All matters listed under General Consent, save and except “Delegations” are considered to be routine and will be enacted by one motion. Should a Council member wish an alternative action from the proposed recommendation, the Council member shall request that this matter be moved to “Communications” at this time.


    Councillor Bernadette Clement requested that Consent Item 3 Economic Development Bi-Monthly Report be moved to Communication as Item #10 for discussion purposes.



    DISCLOSURE OF INTEREST
    There were no disclosures


    COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
    That Council go into Committee of the Whole and that all Minutes, Presentations, Delegations, Consent/Correspondence, Resolutions, Reports and By-laws 025 to 036 of 2009 shall be considered and referred to that Committee.


    GENERAL CONSENT


    ADOPTION OF MINUTES
    The following Minutes were presented for adoption. There being no corrections noted, the Minutes are approved as presented


    1 February 23, 2009 Cornwall City Council Meeting
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    Motion to endorse the Minutes of Council as presented.

    Moved By: Denis Thibault, Councillor
    Seconded By: Glen Grant, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED




    PASSING OF THE BY-LAWS - FIRST AND SECOND READINGS
    The following By-laws were presented to Council for passing and it was recommended that By-laws 025 to 036 of 2009 inclusive be read a first time and be considered as read a second time.


    2009-025 A By-law to further amend Bylaw 175-2002, which By-law establishes fees and charges for the Corporation of the City of Cornwall - Increase sale of Parking Passes
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    EXP-025 Bylaw for Parking Pass Fees
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    2009-026 By-law to appoint Marie-Claude Beauvais as By-law Enforcement Officer for the purpose of enforcing the Parking and Traffic By-law for Centre d'apprentissage et de formation PLUS (CAF+) (located at 123 Pitt Street)
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    2009-027 A Bylaw to enter into an Agreement with the Township of South Stormont with respect to the supply of potable water and sanitary sewer service
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    Exp-027 Explanatory Note: By-law to enter into an Agreement with the Township of South Stormont with respect to Potable Water and Sanitary Sewer Service to South Stormont.
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    2009-028 A By-law to authorize The Corporation of the City of Cornwall to enter into an Agreement with the Minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services and the Cornwall Community Police Service Board in order to participate into the Police Officers Recruitment Fund Program.
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    2009-029 Bylaw to authorize the Temporary Closing of Various City Streets for the Purpose of Asphalt Resurfacing, Concrete Work, General Repairs and Improvements.
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    2009-030 A By-law to authorize the temporary closing of Andre Avenue, and McDonald Avenue, from Cumberland to Bedford, and MacKay Avenue / Old Orchard Avenue from Second St. to Baldwin Ave., for construction, repairs and improvements.
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    2009-031 A by-law to authorize the execution of an extension agreement pursuant to section 378 of the Municipal Act, 2001
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    Exp-031 Explanation of Purpose and Effect of By-law No. 2009-031, Extension Agreement
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    2009-032 A by-law to authorize the execution of an extension agreement pursuant to section 378 of the Municipal Act, 2001
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    Exp-032 Explanation of Purpose and Effect of By-law No. 2009-032, Tax Extension Agreement
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    2009-033 A Bylaw authorizing The Corporation of the City of Cornwall and its Service Deliverer The Glen-Stor-Dun Lodge to enter into a Multi-Sectorial Service Accountability Agreement with The Champlain Local Integration Network for Outreach Program.
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    2009-034 A Bylaw to repeal Bylaw 134-1992 being a Bylaw regulating the installation of Smoke Alarms in Residential occupancies
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    2009-035 A Bylaw to enter into an Addendum to Lease Agreement between 132 Second Street East Limited and The Corporation of the City of Cornwall.
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    EXP-035 Addendum to Lease - 132 Second Street East Ltd.
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    2009-036 A by-law to authorize the execution of an extension agreement pursuant to section 378 of the Municipal Act, 2001
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    Exp-036 Explanation of Purpose and Effect of By-law No. 2009-036, Tax Extension Agreement
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    CONSENT/CORRESPONDENCE


    1 Staff Replacement - Waste Water Collection Operator I
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    Action Recommended
    That Council approve the hiring of Class I, Waste Water Collection Operator for the Municipal Works Division.


    2 Firefighter Replacement
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    Action Recommended
    That Council approve the hiring of two full-time firefighters.


    3 Economic Development Bi-Monthly Report November, December 2008 and January 2009
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    4 Budget Steering Committee Minutes
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    Action Recommended
    That Council receive this Report for information purposes.


    5 Paramedic Replacement
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    Action Recommended
    That Council approve the replacement of two full time Paramedics


    6 Ontario's Conservation Authorities Budgets
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    Action Recommended
    That The Council of the City of Cornwall support the following Resolution presented by the Municipality of South Bruce:
    1. that Conservation Ontario implement and prioritize a major lobby effort against the Provincial Government and MNR to demand fair funding.
    2. that our MPP’s support this mandate and demand the government significantly increase funding to the thirty six Ontario Conservation Authorities

    GENERAL CONSENT

    Motion that all items listed under the General Consent portion of this Agenda be adopted as amended.

    Moved By: André Rivette, Councillor
    Seconded By: Glen Grant, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    RESOLUTIONS / BUSINESS ARISING FROM NOTICE OF MOTION


    2009-11 Courtaulds Property - Shovel Ready
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    WHEREAS with respect to the recently announced Federal Budget and the concerns that co-funded projects be "shovel ready" to allow for immediate development; and

    WHEREAS in the event that the present location (former Domtar site) for the multi-sport centre not be "shovel ready" in time for processing the application; and

    WHEREAS the Council understand that the Courtaulds properties are deemed "shovel Ready" and this large parcel of land (90 plus acres) has numerous potential sites suitable in size for the Multi-Sport centre; and

    WHEREAS the Courtaulds properties are within walking distance to more than 10 schools (map attached) and according to a recent recreational report "our east end district has the highest concentration of youth in the city".

    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Courtaulds properties be considered to be next in line, if the present location is not "shovel ready", when the time comes to file the application.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Mark MacDonald, Councillor
    Seconded By: Mary Ann Hug, Councillor
    MOTION DEFEATED


    2009-12 Multi-Sport Centre - Design Project
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    WHEREAS in so far as the Multi-Sport "arena" project is awaiting word on the extent to which senior levels of government will contribute to the project; and

    WHEREAS in so far as shovel-ready is a necessary criteria to funding; and

    WHEREAS in so far as various community groups are suggesting additional components to the basic ice-pads and fieldhouse, yet in the interim must find and commission a design team in order that the City have plans ready for the moment funding comes through.

    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the design specifications include the proviso that the project be compatible with being constructed in phases or stages; and

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED That this build-in flexibility allow the City to start as soon as funding comes in, without the necessity of going back to the drawing board to design bigger or smaller plans, depending on the money promised by senior levels of government.


    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Elaine MacDonald, Councillor
    Seconded By: Bernadette Clément, Councillor

    MOTION CARRIED


    2009-13 Bottled Water
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    WHEREAS the Federation of Canadian Municipalities at its recent Board meeting of March 7, 2009 endorsed Resolution ENV09.01.02 on the use of Bottled Water; and

    WHEREAS bottled water consumes significant amounts of non-renewable fossil fuels to extract, package and transport water creating unnecessary air quality and climate change impacts;

    WHEREAS it takes about three litres of water to manufacture a one litre plastic bottle of water;

    WHEREAS bottled water companies use municipal water and groundwater sources when a growing percentage of Canadian municipalities have faced water shortages in recent years;

    WHEREAS although bottled water creates a container that can be recycled, between 40% and 80% of empty bottles end up as litter and/or are placed directly into the garbage and take up unnecessary space in landfills;

    WHEREAS tap water is safe, healthy, highly regulated and accessible to residents, employers, employees and visitors to Canadian municipalities and substantially more sustainable than bottled water; and

    WHEREAS some municipalities have enacted by-laws to restrict the sale and purchase of water bottles within their own operations;

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Corporation of the City of Cornwall phase out the sale and purchase of bottled water at their own facilities where appropriate and where potable water is available; and

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that municipalities be urged to develop awareness campaigns about the positive benefits and quality of municipal water supplies.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Denis Thibault, Councillor
    Seconded By: Bernadette Clément, Councillor

    Motion to amend in that the First "Be it Resolved" operative clause, immediately following the words "their own facilities where appropriate" that the following words be added: as per recommendations by Administration,

    Moved By: Glen Grant, Councillor
    Seconded By: Denis Thibault, Councillor

    MOTION TO AMEND CARRIED
    MAIN MOTION AS AMENDED CARRIED


    REPORTS FROM UNFINISHED BUSINESS


    1 Courtaulds Spur - Second Street to Montreal Road
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    Action Recommended
    That City Council receive this report.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Mark MacDonald, Councillor
    Seconded By: Glen Grant, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    2 No Smoking in City Parks
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    Action Recommended

    1. That City Council not support a general ban on smoking in City parks, however, that Council support a broader prohibition on and around fixed municipal park facilities, implemented by amendments to the existing By-law #112-2007 to include outdoor pools, splash pads, play structures, tennis courts and sport field bleachers. which will restrict smoking on or in an area within a nine (9) metre radius from any entrances or exits of those facilities or buildings effective June 1st, 2009.
    2. That the actual text and detailed prohibitions of the By-law be worked on by staff and the City Solicitor for presentation to pass at a future Council meeting.


    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Mark MacDonald, Councillor
    Seconded By: Elaine MacDonald, Councillor

    A recorded vote on this matter resulted as follows:

    Votes For = 8
    Bob Kilger, Mayor
    Denis Thibault, Councillor
    Mark MacDonald, Councillor
    Elaine MacDonald, Councillor
    Kim Baird, Councillor
    Bernadette Clément, Councillor
    Syd Gardiner, Councillor
    Mary Ann Hug, Councillor

    Votes Against = 3
    Denis Carr, Councillor
    Glen Grant, Councillor
    André Rivette, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED

    1. Glengarry Blvd. Pedestrian Crossing Follow-up
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    Action Recommended
    That Council approve the following:

    1. The installation of solar flashing beacons on top of the ‘Senior Crossing’ sign on Glengarry Blvd. through the asphalt resurfacing program. (Estimated cost $10,000).

    2. That the construction of a sidewalk on the east side of Glengarry Blvd., between Second St.E. and Third St. proceed in 2009 through the asphalt resurfacing program. (Estimated cost $24,000).

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: André Rivette, Councillor
    Seconded By: Bernadette Clément, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    COMMUNICATIONS / REPORTS


    1 Ecole Secondaire La Citadelle/ Request for reduced ice cost/ Franco Ontarien Hockey Tournament
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    Action Recommended
    That City Council adhere to the current user fee policy and that the request from Ecole Secondaire La Citadelle for a reduced hockey rate for the 12th Franco-Ontarien Hockey Tournament be denied.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: André Rivette, Councillor
    Seconded By: Kim Baird, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    2 Temporary Street Closure - Montreal Road
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    Action Recommended
    That Council endorse the request presented by Le Village BIA to temporarily close Montreal Road between Albert Street and Baldwin Avenue between the hours of 6:00 p.m. Friday April 3rd and 6:00 p.m. Sunday April 5th in order that they host their second annual "Cabane a Sucre" event.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: André Rivette, Councillor
    Seconded By: Bernadette Clément, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    3 225th Anniversary Committee - Cairn - Loyalist Encampment - Lamoureux Park
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    Action Recommended
    That Council approve the construction of a 225th Cairn in Lamoureux Park in the area south of Augustus Street.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Bernadette Clément, Councillor
    Seconded By: Denis Carr, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    4 Statement of Remuneration and Expenses Paid to Members of Council - 2008
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    Action Recommended
    That the annual statement of remuneration and expenses paid to members of Council in accordance with Section 284 of the Municipal Act, 2001 be received.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Syd Gardiner, Councillor
    Seconded By: André Rivette, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    5 Audit Committee - Meeting of February 24, 2009
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    Action Recommended
    1. That Council endorse the February 24th, 2009 minutes of the Audit Committee.

    2. That Council endorse the recommendations as presented by Craig Keen Despatie Markell in the Audit Findings Report.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Denis Carr, Councillor
    Seconded By: Syd Gardiner, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    6 Cornwall Compassion Centre request for increased Best Start Infrastructure funding for Heart of the Family Childcare Centre
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    Action Recommended
    That Council authorize the Clerk to prepare the necessary By-laws to authorize the Mayor and Clerk to sign a revised Infrastructure Legal Agreement between the City of Cornwall and the Cornwall Compassion Centre in order to release Best Start capital grant and start-up funding.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Denis Thibault, Councillor
    Seconded By: André Rivette, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    7 Tax Write-offs/Adjustments
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    Action Recommended
    That Council authorize tax write-offs/adjustments/vacancies under Sections 357 and 364 of the Municipal Act, 2001 as reviewed at its In-Camera session of March 23, 2009.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Glen Grant, Councillor
    Seconded By: Elaine MacDonald, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    8 Strategic Priorities 2008/2009
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    Action Recommended
    That Council receive this report.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Denis Thibault, Councillor
    Seconded By: Bernadette Clément, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    9 Accessible Parking for Disabled
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    Action Recommended
    That Council approve the following:

    1. That parking at all on-street metered zones, and off-street paid parking at all municipal public parking lots be provided free of charge for disabled people.

    2. That parking at any time-limited on-street and off-street parking zone be extended to three (3) hours maximum for disabled people, regardless of the time limit displayed by official signs or other means.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: André Rivette, Councillor
    Seconded By: Kim Baird, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    10 Economic Development Bi-Monthly Report November, December 2008 and January 2009
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    Action Recommended
    That Council receive this report.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Bernadette Clément, Councillor
    Seconded By: Mary Ann Hug, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    TENDERS AND REQUESTS FROM PROPOSAL


    1 Tender No. 09-T04 Crack Sealing on Various City Streets
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    Action Recommended
    That Tender 09-T04 be awarded to L.A. Knapp Inc., Brockville, Ontario, at the total revised bid price of $31,500.00(net cost to the Corporation - $30,000.00) being the best bid meeting the tender specifications.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: André Rivette, Councillor
    Seconded By: Glen Grant, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    2 Tender No. 09-T05 Purchase of Automatic External Defibrillator and Various Equipment.
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    Action Recommended
    That Tender 09-T05 be awarded as follows:

    Items 1, 3 and 4 be awarded to HeartZap Services Inc., North Bay, Ontario at a total bid price of $68,120.92
    Item 2 to Century Vallen, Mississauga, Ontario at a total bid price of $7,721.47
    Item 7 to Rescue 7 Inc., Markham, Ontario at the total bid price of $71.19 being the best bid meeting the tender specifications.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Mary Ann Hug, Councillor
    Seconded By: Denis Carr, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    3 Tender No. 09-T06 Watermain CIPP Relining on Various Streets
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    Action Recommended
    a. That Tender 09-T06 be awarded to Aqua-Rehab Inc., Laval, Quebec at the total bid price of $626,403.75 (net cost to the Corporation - $596,575.00) being the best bid meeting the tender specifications.
    b. That part time construction inspection services be awarded to WSA Consultants, Ottawa, Ontario at the total bid price of $21,000.00 (net cost to the Corporation - $20,000.00)

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.
    Moved By: Syd Gardiner, Councillor
    Seconded By: Kim Baird, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    4 Tender No. 09-T13 Reconstruction of Andre, McDonald and McKay Avenue.
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    Action Recommended
    That Tender 09-T13 be awarded to Cornwall Gravel Company Ltd., Cornwall, Ontario, at the total bid price of $1,184,484.00 (net cost to the Corporation - $1,128,080.00) being the best bid meeting the tender specifications.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: André Rivette, Councillor
    Seconded By: Glen Grant, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    5 Tender No. 09-T14 Reconstruction of Tollgate Road from Fortier to Pitt Street & Rehabilitation of Pitt St. Bridge over the South Branch Raisin River.
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    Action Recommended
    a) That Part A of Tender 09-T14 be awarded to Cornwall Gravel Company Ltd., Cornwall , Ontario, at the total bid price of $562,632.00 (net cost to the Corporation - $535,840.00) being the best bid meeting the tender specifications

    b) That Part B not be awarded at this time.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Mark MacDonald, Councillor
    Seconded By: Glen Grant, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    6 Tender No. 09-T15 Construction of Street Y from Industrial Park Drive to SCM Way
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    Action Recommended
    That Tender 09-T15 be awarded to Cornwall Gravel Company Ltd., Cornwall, Ontario, at the total bid price of $597,538.20 (net cost to the Corporation - $569,084.00) being the best bid meeting the tender specifications.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Bernadette Clément, Councillor
    Seconded By: Syd Gardiner, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    7 Tender No. 09-T17 Supply & Delivery of One Valve Turning Machine
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    Action Recommended
    That Tender 09-T17 be awarded to Wachs Canada Ltd., Newmarket, Ontario at the total bid price of $34,239.00 (net cost to the Corporation - $32,724.00) being the best bid meeting the tender specifications.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Denis Thibault, Councillor
    Seconded By: Mary Ann Hug, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    8 RFP No. 09-R04 Evaluation of the Impact of the Landfill Leachate
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    Action Recommended
    That RFP 09-R04 be awarded to XCG Consultants Ltd., Kingston, Ontario, at the total bid price of $30,292.50 (net cost to the Corporation - $28,850.00) being the best bid meeting the specifications.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Glen Grant, Councillor
    Seconded By: Bernadette Clément, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    PRESENTATIONS


    DELEGATIONS


    NEW BUSINESS


    1 Handicap Accessible Taxis
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    WHEREAS There is a demonstrated need, from a growing senior population as well as for others in Cornwall who may rely upon wheelchairs, for fully accessible taxi's in Cornwall and at the present time there are none available; and

    WHEREAS The Cornwall Police Services Board, is the authority that governs the Cornwall taxi industry; and

    WHEREAS It is the right thing to do in order to make Cornwall more accessible to all people.

    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That City Council recommend to it's representatives on the Cornwall Police Services Board that they bring forth a motion at their next board meeting that will address this issue; and

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT The Cornwall Police Services Board inform the two taxi companies that the Board suggest and recommend that this service be provided to our disabled community.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Mary Ann Hug, Councillor
    Seconded By: Mark MacDonald, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    2 TRANSIENT TRADERS
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    WHEREAS City Council is committed to doing all it can to help businesses in regards to remaining viable operations so it can employ local people and or create new jobs in the community; and

    WHEREAS The Civic Complex policy of operation in regards to rentals, is in contradiction of Council's commitment to local businesses by allowing public auction to rent space at the Civic Complex to auction products that local merchants sell and employ local people in our community.

    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That City Council request administration to prepare a report in regards to what policy is being used when allowing these out of town people to rent space to compete with local businesses.

    That the Recommendation be approved as presented.
    Moved By: Andre Rivette, Councillor
    Seconded By: Glen Grant, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED



    3 FIRE WORKS
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    WHEREAS many communities around Cornwall are allowed to sell fireworks before July 1st; and

    WHEREAS the fireworks regulations Bylaw 113-2004 says that "No person shall sell any fireworks within the City of Cornwall on any day of the year"; and

    WHEREAS in the Bylaw under restriction does say "No person shall hold "Fireworks" within the limit of the City of Cornwall, without having first been issued a permit to do so.

    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That Council request a report from the Fire Department in regards to allowing our local businesses to sell fireworks with a permit.

    That the Recommendation be approved as presented.
    Moved By: Andre Rivette, Councillor
    Seconded By: Syd Gardiner, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    PASSING OF BY-LAWS - THIRD AND FINAL READING
    That By-laws 025 to 036 of 2009 inclusive, listed on the Agenda for third reading is taken as read a third time and finally passed.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Denis Carr, Councillor
    Seconded By: Glen Grant, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    REPORTS FROM AD HOC COMMITTEES OF COUNCIL

    Councillor Syd Gardiner invited members of the Council and public to the first Mayor's Celebration to performing Arts this upcoming Saturday March 28, 2009 at the Aultsville Theatre.


    NOTICES OF MOTION

    1 Retail Business Holiday Act
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    UNFINISHED BUSINESS LISTING

    The Unfinished Business Listing was presented and no discussion ensued.

    1 Unfinished Business Listing for March 23, 2009
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    CONFIRMING BY-LAW
    FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD READINGS

    That By-law 037-2009, being a By-law to confirm the proceedings of the Council of The Corporation of the City of Cornwall at its meeting held on Monday, March 23, 2009, having been read a first, second and third time, be now taken as read and passed.

    1 A By-law to adopt, ratify and confirm the proceedings of the Council of The Corporation of the City of Cornwall at its meetings held on Monday March 23, 2009
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    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Denis Carr, Councillor
    Seconded By: Kim Baird, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    ADJOURNMENT

    That the meeting of March 23, 2009 be hereby adjourned at the hour of 9:40 p.m.

    Moved By: André Rivette, Councillor
    Seconded By: Mary Ann Hug, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    NEXT REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL to be held Tuesday April 14, 2009



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    DENISE LABELLE-GELINAS BOB KILGER
    CITY CLERK MAYOR