Agenda Contents

Agenda
Cornwall City Council



Meeting ID:2009-10
Meeting Date:Mon April 27, 2009 07:00 PM
Location:Council Chambers
Chair:CN=Bob Kilger/OU=CITYHALL/O=CityCornwall
Prepared By:CN=Denise Labelle-Gelinas/OU=CITYHALL/O=CityCornwall


  

IN-CAMERA SESSION

An In-Camera meeting was held at 5:00 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;
- 2 (d) labour relations or employee negotiations;
- 2 (e) litigation or potential litigation, including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting the municipality or local board;
- 3.1 (1) The meeting is held for the purpose of educating or training the members.


ROLL CALL
APPEL

Mayor Bob Kilger
Councillor Kim Baird
Councillor Denis Carr
Councillor Bernadette Clément
Councillor Syd Gardiner
Councillor Glen Grant
Councillor Denis Thibault
Councillor Elaine MacDonald
Councillor Mark MacDonald
Councillor André Rivette
Councillor Mary Ann Hug
April 2009 Acting Mayor - Councillor Denis Thibault


INVOCATION
PRIÈRE
Pastor Brad Montsion


NATIONAL ANTHEM
HYMNE NATIONAL

Oh, Canada
Our home and native land,
True patriot love
In all thy sons command.
With glowing hearts
We see thee rise,
The true, north, strong, and free.
From far and wide
Oh Canada
We stand on guard for thee.
God keep our land
Glorious and free.
Oh, Canada we stand on guard for thee,droits.
Oh, Canada
we stand on guard for thee.
O Canada!
Terre de nos aîeux,
Ton front est ceint
de fleurons glorieux!
Car ton bras
sait porter l'épée,
Il sait porter
la croix! Ton histoire
est une épopée,
Des plus brillants exploits.
Et ta valeur,
de foi trempée,
Protégera nos foyers et nos droits.
Protégera nos foyers
et nos droits.



ADDITIONS, DELETIONS OR AMENDMENTS
ADJONCTIONS, EFFACEMENTS OU MODIFICATIONS
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.


DISCLOSURE OF INTEREST
DÉCLARATIONS D’INTÉRÊT PÉCUNIAIRE


COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
SÉANCE DE COMMISSION ÉTENDUE À LA CHAMBRE ENTIÈRE
We will now go into Committee of the Whole and that all Minutes, Presentations, Delegations, Consent/Correspondence, Resolutions, Reports and By-laws 051 to 061 of 2009 shall be considered and referred to that Committee.


GENERAL CONSENT
CONSENTEMENT GÉNÉRAL


PRESENTATIONS
PRÉSENTATIONS


1 Ceremonial Presentation - Citizens of the Year Award 2008 - Tom and Gail Kaneb.
Click for detail --> Ceremonial Presentation - Citizens of the Year Award 2008 - Tom and Gail Kaneb.


ADOPTION OF MINUTES
RATIFICATION DES PROCÈS-VERBAUX
The following Minutes are presented for adoption. Should there be no corrections noted, the Minutes shall stand approved as presented.


1 April 14, 2009 Cornwall City Council Meeting
Click for detail --> April 14, 2009 Cornwall City Council Meeting


2 April 16, 2009 Cornwall City Council Meeting
Click for detail --> April 16, 2009 Cornwall City Council Meeting


PASSING OF THE BY-LAWS - FIRST AND SECOND READINGS
LE PASSAGE DES RÈGLEMENTS MUNICIPAUX - PREMIÈRE ET DEUXIÈME LECTURES
The following By-laws are presented to Council for passing and it is recommended that By-laws 051 to 061 of 2009 inclusive be read a first time and be considered as read a second time.


2009-051 A Bylaw to enter into a Tenancy Agreement with 854528 Ontario Inc. for a five (5) year Lease Agreement within the Town of Alexandria - Social Services.
Click for detail --> A Bylaw to enter into a Tenancy Agreement with 854528 Ontario Inc. for a five (5) year Lease Agreement within the Town of Alexandria - Social Services.


2009-052 A Bylaw authorizing The Corporation of the City of Cornwall to enter into an Agreement with the Province of Ontario under an application to the Eastern Ontario Development Fund Program (Optimum Drive construction)
Click for detail --> A Bylaw authorizing The Corporation of the City of Cornwall to enter into an Agreement with the Province of Ontario under an application to the Eastern Ontario Development Fund Program (Optimum Drive construction)


2009-053 A Bylaw to postpone a first mortgage to The Corporation of the City of Cornwall from Williamsburg Non-profit Housing Corporation in favour of MCAP Financial Corporation.
Click for detail --> A Bylaw to postpone a first mortgage to The Corporation of the City of Cornwall from Williamsburg Non-profit Housing Corporation in favour of MCAP Financial Corporation.


2009-054 A Bylaw to enter into a Renewal of Lease Agreement with Employment and Education Resource Centre of Cornwall and District Inc. for space at 144 Pitt Street.
Click for detail --> A Bylaw to enter into a Renewal of Lease Agreement with Employment and Education Resource Centre of Cornwall and District Inc. for space at 144 Pitt Street.


2009-055 A By-law to further amend By-law No. 751-1969, the Zoning By-law as Amended of The Corporation of the City of Cornwall, being a By-law respecting the use of land and the use and location of buildings for lands municipally known as 3304 Second Street East
Click for detail --> A By-law to further amend By-law No. 751-1969, the Zoning By-law as Amended of The Corporation of the City of Cornwall, being a By-law respecting the use of land and the use and location of buildings for lands municipally known as 3304 Second Street East


Exp-055 Albert Morin Enterprise Ltd. - 3304 Second Street East
Click for detail --> Albert Morin Enterprise Ltd. - 3304 Second Street East


2009-056 A By-law to set the tax ratio for the year 2009
Click for detail --> A By-law to set the tax ratio for the year 2009


Exp-056 Explanation of Purpose and Effect of By-law Nos. 056 - 058, 2009, Tax Related By-laws
Click for detail --> Explanation of Purpose and Effect of By-law Nos. 056 - 058, 2009, Tax Related By-laws


2009-057 A By-law to establish tax capping options for properties in the Commercial, Industrial and Multi-Residential Tax Classes
Click for detail --> A By-law to establish tax capping options for properties in the Commercial, Industrial and Multi-Residential Tax Classes


2009-058 A By-law to set the 2009 tax rates and to levy taxes for the year 2009
Click for detail --> A By-law to set the 2009 tax rates and to levy taxes for the year 2009


2009-059 A By-law to authorize the execution of an extension agreement pursuant to section 378 of the Municipal Act, 2001
Click for detail --> A By-law to authorize the execution of an extension agreement pursuant to section 378 of the Municipal Act, 2001


Exp-059 Explanation of Purpose and Effect of By-law No. 2009-059, Tax Extension Agreement
Click for detail --> Explanation of Purpose and Effect of By-law No. 2009-059, Tax Extension Agreement


2009-060 A By-law authorizing The City of Cornwall to enter into various Heart of the City (HOTC) Program 2: Building Restoration and Improvement Program Funding Agreements
Click for detail --> A By-law authorizing The City of Cornwall to enter into various Heart of the City (HOTC) Program 2: Building Restoration and Improvement  Program Funding Agreements


Exp-060 Explanation of Purpose and Effect of Bylaw 2009-060 , for HOTC Applications approved on April 20, 2009 PAC
Click for detail --> Explanation of Purpose and Effect of Bylaw 2009-060 , for HOTC Applications approved on April 20, 2009 PAC


2009-061 By-law to further amend By-law 751-1969, the Zoning By-law as Amended of The Corporation of the City of Cornwall, being a By-law respecting the use of land and the use and location of buildings for vacant lands situated south of McKenzie Street West and west of Pitt Street, legally described as part of Lots 23, 24 and 25 on Registered Plan 182.
Click for detail --> By-law to further amend By-law 751-1969, the Zoning By-law as Amended of The Corporation of the City of Cornwall, being a By-law respecting the use of land and the use and location of buildings for vacant lands situated south of McKenzie Street West and west of Pitt Street, legally described as part of Lots 23, 24 and 25 on Registered Plan 182.


Exp-061 Robert Campeau - Vacant lands at Pitt and McKenzie Streets, being Part of Lots 23, 24 and 25 on Registered Plan 182
Click for detail --> Robert Campeau - Vacant lands at Pitt and McKenzie Streets, being Part of Lots 23, 24 and 25 on Registered Plan 182


CONSENT/CORRESPONDENCE
CONSENTEMENT / CORRESPONDANCE


1 Paramedic Replacement
Click for detail --> Paramedic Replacement

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


2 PAC Report #12-2009, Cornwall Planning Programs Evaluation Committee (CPPEC) Funding Allocations/Approvals (Consent Agenda)
Click for detail --> PAC Report #12-2009, Cornwall Planning Programs Evaluation Committee (CPPEC) Funding Allocations/Approvals (Consent Agenda)

Action Recommended
That Council endorse the following PAC recommendations:

(a) File BR #01-07 (Addendum) - 1150 Montreal Rd - 962101 Ontario Inc., applicant
That BR #01-07 - 1150 Montreal Rd request be approved as follows:
Program 2 - Project Feasibility Study Grant - $250.00

(b) File HOTC #02-09 (Addendum) - 168 Montreal Rd, Michelle & Simon Lavictoire applicant
That HOTC #02-09 168 Montreal Rd request be approved as follows:
Program 8 - Energy Conservation Grant - $3,775.00

(c) File HOTC #08-06 (Addendum) - 1150 Montreal Rd - 962101 Ontario Inc., applicant
That HOTC #08-06 - 1150 Montreal Rd request be approved as follows:
Program 2 - Building Restoration and Improvement Program - $10,755.64
Program 3 - Project Feasibility Study Grant - $5,000
Program 5 - Municipal Planning / Development Fees Grant Program - actual
Program 6 - Discretionary Municipal Tipping Fees Grant - Actual
Program 8 - Energy Conservation Grant - $10,000 (on waiting list for Prog. 8)
Conditions:
To provide updated quotes for all interior renovations
To provide a second quote for the furnace system

(d) File HOTC #15-08 (Addendum) - 506 First St East - Boys & Girls Club of Cornwall SD&G, applicant
That HOTC #15-08 - 506 First St East request be approved as follows:
Program 2 - Building Restoration and Improvement Program - $30,000.00

(e) File HOTC #05-09 (New) - 146B Chevrier - Centre Charles-Emile Claude, applicant

That HOTC #05-09 - 146B Chevrier request be approved as follows:
Program 2 - Building Restoration and Improvement Program - $2,500
Program 3 - Project Feasibility Study Grant - $2,000
Program 4 - Facade Improvement and Heritage Sign Grant - $12,000
(Facade - $10,000, Sign - $2,000)
Program 5 - Municipal Planning / Development Fees Grant Program - actual
Program 6 - Discretionary Municipal Tipping Fees Grant - Actual
Program 8 - Energy Conservation Grant - $2,550
Program 9 - parking and Landscape Enhancement - $5,015

Conditions:
To consult with Heritage Cornwall on applicable design items for any Heritage Designation.
Site must comply with Zoning and Signs Bylaws Standards
To provide energy efficiency rating for new doors and second quote for signage.

(f) File HOTC #06-09 (New) - 2 Belmont - Aultsville Hall, applicant

That HOTC #06-09 - 2 Belmont, be denied, the application did not meet the program criteria.

(g) File HOTC #07-09 (New) -1236 Brookdale Ave - 6834949 Canada Limited, applicant

That HOTC #07-09 - 1236 Brookdale Ave, be denied, as it is located outside the area of the HOTC CIP.

(h) File BR #01-09 (New) - 1236 Brookdale Ave - 6834949 Canada Limited, applicant

That BR #01-09 - 1236 Brookdale Ave request be approved as follows:
Program 1 - City of Cornwall Rehabilitation (TIG) - Future
Program 2 - Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) Grant - $15,000
Program 2 - Project Feasibility Study Grant - $7,500
Program 5 - Municipal Planning / Development Fees Grant Program - $26,500+
Program 6 - Discretionary Municipal Tipping Fees Grant - Actual

It was recommended by CPPEC that the cost of demolition and the remaining 50% of Tipping Fees be included in Program 1 Tax Increment Grant, and that the Phase ll of the Environmental Assessment fees be included, even though the work was started prior to this approval.


3 PAC Report No. 1 - Albert Morin Enterprise Ltd. - Zoning Amendment - Temporary Use By-law to Permit Business and Professional Offices for a Period of Three (3) Years
Click for detail --> PAC Report No. 1 - Albert Morin Enterprise Ltd. - Zoning Amendment - Temporary Use By-law to Permit Business and Professional Offices for a Period of Three (3) Years

Action Recommended
THAT the subject lands be amended to permit business and professional office(s) at 3304 Second Street East, limited to a three (3) year temporary use provision on 5,000 square feet in gross leasable area.


4 PAC Report No. 2 - April 2009 - City Initiated Application (Robert Campeau - landowner) Vacant Lands Located West of Pitt Street and South of McKenzie Street
Click for detail --> PAC Report No. 2  - April 2009 - City Initiated Application (Robert Campeau - landowner)  Vacant Lands Located  West of  Pitt Street and South of McKenzie Street

Action Recommended
THAT the subject lands be rezoned from Residential 15 (RES 15) and Residential 20 (RES 20) to Residential 20 with a Holding (H) category so as to protect against premature development of these lands. This Holding (H) category on the zoning shall only be removed upon receipt of subdivision development plans to the satisfaction of the Planning and Engineering Divisions.


5 PAC Report No. 4 - April 2009 - 2008 Annual Report on Costs of Building Code Enforcement
Click for detail --> PAC Report No. 4 - April 2009 - 2008 Annual Report on Costs of Building Code Enforcement

Action Recommended
That Council approve the report as information.


6 Involvement in Local Employment Service Redesign Tables
Click for detail --> Involvement in Local Employment Service Redesign Tables

Action Recommended
That Council support the Manitoulin-Sudbury District Services Board's Resolution requesting that the Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities systemically partner with municitalities, Consolidated Municipal Service Managers and support the recommendations indicated within AMO President Peter Hume's letter to Minister John Milloy on the involvement in local employment service redesign tables.


7 Emergency Preparedness Week May 3-9, 2009 Request for Proclamation
Click for detail --> Emergency Preparedness Week May 3-9, 2009 Request for Proclamation

Action Recommended
That Council approve May 3-9, 2009 as Emergency Preparedness Week.


8 Emergency Medical Services Week 17-23 May 2009 Request for Proclamation
Click for detail --> Emergency Medical Services Week 17-23 May 2009 Request for Proclamation

Action Recommended
That Council approve the week of May 17-23, 2009 as Emergency Medical Services Week.


RESOLUTIONS / BUSINESS ARISING FROM NOTICE OF MOTION
To be considered by separate motion.
RÉSOLUTIONS / AFFAIRES ÉMANANT DES AVIS DE MOTIONS
Pour être considéré selon une motion séparé.


2009-16 Parks, Facilities and Street Naming Policy Cl 06-03
Click for detail --> Parks, Facilities and Street Naming Policy Cl 06-03

WHEREAS Policy Cl 06-03, namely Parks, Facilities and Street Naming, does not include an option for recognition for a major financial contribution to a new facility; and

WHEREAS the new Sports Complex Fund-raising Committee could utilize this option to raise funds to offset the overall cost of the new facility.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED That :
a) Policy Cl 06-03 not be applied to the naming rights for various components of our new Sportsplex and
b) that City Council give the Fund-raising Committee approval to utilize the naming of the various components, including the main facility, for their fund-raising initiatives.
c) that City Council provide final approval on the naming of various components and the naming of the main facility.




2009-17 Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) Board of Directors
Click for detail --> Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) Board of Directors

WHEREAS the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) is seeking nominations to the 2009 - 2010 AMO Board of Directors; and

WHEREAS Mayor Bob Kilger wishes to forward his name as a qualified individuals to sit on this Board.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Council of The Corporation of the City of Cornwall endorse Mayor Bob Kilger'S nomination as a Director (Small Urban Caucus) to the Board of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario for a one year term 2009 -2010.



2009-18 Construction of a Multi-Sport Facility in the City of Cornwall
Click for detail --> Construction of a Multi-Sport Facility in the City of Cornwall

WHEREASThe Council of The Corporation of the City of Cornwall have endorsed, and support the development of a new Multi Sport Recreational Facility within the City of Cornwall; and

WHEREAS the proposed facility is intended to replace old, unreliable and inneficient existing arenas and soccer bubble, and

WHEREAS without the financial assistance of the Federal and Provincial governments, the construction of this Recreational Facility is not financially feasible for the ratepayers of the City of Cornwall; and

WHEREAS in order to provide residents in and around Cornwall an opportunity to have a new Recreational facility, this project and application is to be submitted to the Building Canada Fund, Communities Component under Intake Two for eligible funding; and

WHEREAS it is necessary, through the various funding applications and subsequent agreements, prior to final approval of funding from the Federal and Provincial Ministers responsible for Infrastructure that the Council publicly approve these projects and its municipal financial contribution.

NOW THEREFORE THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF CORNWALL ENACTS AS FOLLOWS:

1. That the Council of The Corporation of the City of Cornwall support the construction of a new Multi Sport Recreational Facility within the City of Cornwall and further support the application to the Building Canada Fund Community's Component Intake Two, all of which is to move this necessary project forward.

2. And the City of Cornwall confirms that it has the necessary financial capacity for its portion of construction funding.


2009-19 Infrastructure Stimulus Projects - City of Cornwall (410)
Click for detail --> Infrastructure Stimulus Projects - City of Cornwall (410)

WHEREAS The Federal and Provincial governments have established the Infrastructure Stimulus Fund to accellerate infrastructure investments to foster a competitive advantage that attracts businesses and creates jobs for today and the future; and

WHEREAS municipalities with populations under 100,000 are entitled to submit up to three (3) projects under the Program; and

WHEREASThe Council of The Corporation of the City of Cornwall endorse, and support the construction and development of three major projects within the City of Cornwall; and

WHEREAS without the financial assistance of the Federal and Provincial governments, the construction and/or development of these three identified projects would not be financially feasible for the ratepayers of the City of Cornwall before 2011; and

WHEREAS in order to provide residents in and around Cornwall the opportunity for advanced economic development opportunity, these identified projects and application are being submitted to the Infrastructure Stimulus Funding Program; and

WHEREAS it is necessary, through the various funding applications and subsequent agreements, prior to final approval of funding from the Federal and Provincial Ministers responsible for Infrastructure that the Council publicly approve these projects and its municipal financial contribution.

NOW THEREFORE THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF CORNWALL ENACTS AS FOLLOWS:

1. That the Council of The Corporation of the City of Cornwall support the construction and development of the following three major projects:
a) Watermain Construction on Brookdale Avenue from Tollgate Road to Cornwall Centre Road;
b) Installation of Water Meters for all Residential Buildings; and
c) Construction of new EMergency Medical Services Building


2. And further that the Council support the municipal financial contribution necessary to move these projects forward as required under the Infrastructure Stimulus Fund Program.


REPORTS FROM UNFINISHED BUSINESS
RAPPORTS DES AFFAIRES INCOMPLETS


1 Procurement Practices
Click for detail --> Procurement Practices

Action Recommended
That Council receive this report and continue to follow the existing Purchasing policies and procedures set out in awarding contracts to the best bid received.


2 By-Law N0. 113-2004 - A By-law to regulate and prohibit fireworks within the Limits of the City of Cornwall
Click for detail --> By-Law N0. 113-2004 - A By-law to regulate and prohibit fireworks within the Limits of the City of Cornwall

Action Recommended
That By-Law 113-2004 continues in force.


COMMUNICATIONS / REPORTS
COMMUNICATIONS / RAPPORTS


1 Amendments to Municipal Grants Policy
Click for detail --> Amendments to Municipal Grants Policy

Action Recommended
That Council endorse the amending requirements to Municipal Grants Policy FI.adm08-01 to include the following requirements under "Application":

7. Listing of the current Board of Directors, including addresses and phone numbers.
8. Copy of the minutes taken at the most recent Annual General Meeting.


2 Elected Officials Expense Statement for the period January 1 to March 31, 2009
Click for detail --> Elected Officials Expense Statement for the period January 1 to March 31, 2009

Action Recommended

That Council approve the Statement of Expenses for Elected Officials for the period January 1 to March 31, 2009.



3 New Policy - Protection of Privacy Personal Information
Click for detail --> New Policy - Protection of Privacy Personal Information

Action Recommended
That Council approve Policy Cl 09-01 Privacy Personal Information.


4 Environmental Review and General Status Update on Multi-Sport Facility
Click for detail --> Environmental Review and General Status Update on Multi-Sport Facility

Action Recommended
That Council receive the report.


5 User Fee Policy Review
Click for detail --> User Fee Policy Review

Action Recommended
That Council approve the following recommendations concerning the User Fee Policy for the period of 2009-2011 as recommended by the User Fee Review Committee:

1. The 2009-2011 user fees be adopted as per the cost analysis completed by the Recreation Staff with the implementation date of September 2009 and phased in over three years.

2. That a CPI (Consumer Price Index) percentage of 2.5 be added to the fees for the period of 2010-2011 effective September 2010.

3. The subsidy level for Minor Sports remain at 40% for the duration of the policy period of 2009-2011.

4. A 20% non-resident fee surcharge continue to be added to the regular fee for all municipal recreation programs with the exception of aquatic programs held at the Aquatic Centre for residents of the Townships of South Stormont and South Glengarry.

5. Continue with a 20% discount for the non prime time rates during week days until 3 p.m.

6. That Council approve the same rate of admission to the Cornwall Aquatic Centre and the Outdoor Pools for persons with a disability or living on a disability pension as those for seniors/students and that the rate be discounted by 5%.

7. A tiered fee schedule be established for the rental of Community Parks such as Lamoureux Park and Guindon Park for such events as weddings, non profit groups, corporate picnics as recommended in this report.

8. That the User Fee Review Committee reconvene in 2009-2010 to begin an extensive review of the policy with public input prior to the opening of the proposed Multi-Sport/Arena Facility.


TENDERS AND REQUESTS FROM PROPOSAL
SOUMISSIONS ET DEMANDE DE PROPOSITION


1 Tender No. 09-T25 Boulevard Grass Cutting and Trimming
Click for detail --> Tender No. 09-T25  Boulevard Grass Cutting and Trimming

Action Recommended
That Tender 09-T25 be awarded to C-Mac Services, Maxville, Ontario, at the total bid price of $62,115.90 (net cost to the Corporation - $59,158.00) being the best bid meeting the tender specifications.


2 Tender No. 09-T22 Supply of an Equipped Crew for Catchbasin Cleaning
Click for detail --> Tender No. 09-T22 Supply of an Equipped Crew for Catchbasin Cleaning

Action Recommended
That Tender 09-T22 be awarded to Clean Water Works Inc., Ottawa, Ontario at the total bid price of $20,973.75 (net cost to the Corporation - $19,975.00) being the best bid meeting the tender specifications.


3 Tender No. 09-T30 Supply & Delivery of Swimming Pool Chemicals
Click for detail --> Tender No. 09-T30  Supply & Delivery of Swimming Pool Chemicals

Action Recommended
That Tender 09-T30 be awarded as follows:

Items 1, 2, 3 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 to Water and Ice, Guelph, Ontario at the total bid price of $16,915.41 and Items 6 and 15 to Roy's L.B.R. Ltd., Cornwall, Ontario at the total bid price of $1,540.12 (net cost to the Corporation - $17,638.91) being the best bid meeting the tender specifications.


4 Tender No. 09-T26 Parks Equipment Rentals - Weed and Mowing
Click for detail --> Tender No. 09-T26 Parks Equipment Rentals - Weed and Mowing

Action Recommended
That Tender 09-T26 be awarded as follows:
Items 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9 and 12 to C-Mac Lawn Services, Maxville, Ontario
Items 4 and 11 to D.M.R. Lawn Care, Cornwall, Ontario
Item 8 and 10 to M.D.R. Grass Cutting Inc., Bainsville, Ontario being the best bids meeting the tender specifications.


5 Tender No. 09-T12 Supply of Equipment & Manpower for Placing of Hot Mix Asphalt
Click for detail --> Tender No. 09-T12  Supply of Equipment & Manpower for Placing of Hot Mix Asphalt

Action Recommended
That Tender 09-T12 be awarded to Spooner Paving, Cornwall, Ontario, at the total bid price of $164,062.50 (net cost to the Corporation - $156,250.00) being the best bid meeting the tender specifications.


6 Tender No. 09-T20 Boulevard Turf Repairs
Click for detail --> Tender No. 09-T20 Boulevard Turf Repairs

Action Recommended
That Tender 09-T20 be awarded to Wayne Summers, Newington, Ontario, at the total hourly price of $84.00(net cost to the Corporation - $80.00/hr.) being the best bid meeting the tender specifications.


7 Tender No. 09 -T19 Supply and Delivery of Ferric Sulphate
Click for detail --> Tender No. 09 -T19 Supply and Delivery of Ferric Sulphate

Action Recommended
That Tender 09-T19 be awarded to Kemira Water Solutions Canada Inc., Varennes, Quebec for a two year period including the rental of the temporary tank if required being the only bid received.


8 Tender No. 09-T34 Material Testing on 2009 Capital Projects
Click for detail --> Tender No. 09-T34 Material Testing on 2009 Capital Projects

Action Recommended
That Tender 09-T34 be awarded to St. Lawrence Testing & Inspection Co. Ltd., Cornwall, Ontario, at the total bid price of $71,925.00(net cost to the Corporation - $68,500.00) being the best bid meeting the tender specifications.


DELEGATIONS
DÉLEGATIONS


1 Delegation - Cornwall Minor Football Association - Mr. Kirby Camplain
Click for detail --> Delegation - Cornwall Minor Football Association - Mr. Kirby Camplain


2 86400 The Movie - Mr. John Earle
Click for detail --> 86400 The Movie - Mr. John Earle


NEW BUSINESS
NOUVELLES AFFAIRES


1 Provincial Harmonized Sales Tax
Click for detail --> Provincial Harmonized Sales Tax

WHEREAS the Provincial Government has recently announced the harmonization of the 5% GST and the 8% PST; and

WHEREAS, the Harmonized Sales Tax will negatively impact the registration costs for minor sports by an increase in facility rental fees and registration fees; and

WHEREAS these increased costs will prevent some youth from participating in sporting activities; and

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that we, City Council, send an appeal to the Provincial Government to exempt items related to the rental of recreation facilities and registration fees for minor sports to ensure that all youth are able to afford to participate; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that we, City Council, request to have AMO lobby the Provincial Government on our behalf; and that a copy of this Resolution be sent to all municipalities in Ontario requesting their support.


PASSING OF BY-LAWS - THIRD AND FINAL READING
PASSAGE DE RÈGLEMENTS MUNICIPAUX - TROISIÈME ET DERNIÈRE LECTURE
That By-laws 051 to 061 of 2009 inclusive, listed on the Agenda for third reading be taken as read a third time and finally passed.


REPORTS FROM AD HOC COMMITTEES OF COUNCIL
RAPPORTS DES COMITÉS DU CONSEIL


NOTICES OF MOTION
AVIS DE MOTION


UNFINISHED BUSINESS LISTING
LISTE DES AFFAIRES INCOMPLETS


1 Unfinished Business Listing - April 27, 2009
Click for detail --> Unfinished Business Listing - April 27, 2009


CONFIRMING BY-LAW
FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD READINGS
RÈGLEMENT MUNICIPAL DE RATIFICATION - PREMIÈRE, DEUXIÈME ET TROIXIÈME LECTURES
That By-law 062 of 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,April 27, 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 April 27, 2009
Click for detail --> 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 April 27, 2009


ADJOURNMENT
AJOURNEMENT


NEXT REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL to be held Monday May 11, 2009