Agenda Contents

Minutes
Cornwall City Council



    Meeting ID:2009-19
    Meeting Date:Mon August 10, 2009 07:00 PM
    Location:Council Chambers
    Chair:CN=Bob Kilger/OU=CITYHALL/O=CityCornwall
    Prepared By:Manon L. Poirier, Deputy Clerk


      
    Attendance Committee Members:Attendance Staff:
    Bob Kilger, Mayor
    Denis Thibault, Councillor
    Denis Carr, 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
    Manon L. Poirier, Deputy Clerk
    Maureen Adams, G.M.Financial Services
    Norm Levac, G.M., Infrastructure and Municipal Works
    Stephen Alexander, G.M. Planning , Parks and Recreation
    Debora M. Daigle, Manager Social and Housing Services
    Mark A. Boileau, Manager Economic Dev.
    Myles Cassidy, Manager Emergency Services
    Robert Menagh, Manager Human Resources
    Christine Lefebvre, Supervisor, Recreation Services

    Regrets:
    Mark MacDonald, Councillor


    IN-CAMERA SESSION

    An In-Camera meeting was held at 5:15 p.m. to discuss matters that fell under the Municipal Act, 2001, c.25 s.239 (2) and (3.1):

    - 2 (a) the security of the property of the municipality or local board;
    - 2 (b) personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board employees; and
    - 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
    Reverend Lorna Casselman - Long Sault Pentecostal Church


    NATIONAL ANTHEM


    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.

    Deletion
    By-laws 2009-112 and 2009-123

    Amendment
    That Consent Item #6 - Petition to Resurface Riverdale Park Tennis Courts be moved to Communication Item no. 7 for discussion


    DISCLOSURE OF INTEREST

    There were no disclosures of interest.


    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 2009-113 to 2009-122 and 2009-124 to 2009-128 shall be considered and referred to that Committee.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

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

    MOTION CARRIED


    GENERAL CONSENT


    ADOPTION OF MINUTES
    The following Minutes were presented for adoption. There being no corrections noted, the Minutes were recommended for approval.

    1 Monday July 13, 2009 Cornwall City Council Meeting
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    2 Monday July 27, 2009 Cornwall City Council Meeting
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    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: André Rivette, Councillor
    Seconded By: Kim Baird, 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 of 2009-113 to 2009-122 and 2009-124 to 2009-128 inclusive be read a first time and be considered as read a second time.


    2009-112 A By-law to name and dedicate Part of Lot D, Concession 2, now designated as Part 3 on Reference Plan 52R-5682 as SCM Way
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    2009-113 A By-law authorizing The Corporation of the City of Cornwall to enter into a Lease Agreement with the Ontario Hockey Academy for the use of the Si Miller Arena and the Civic Complex Arena for the 2009-2010 Hockey Season
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    2009-114 A By-law to amend the Procedural By-law 164-2005 - Presentations
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    2009-115 A By-law to authorize The Corporation of the City of Cornwall to renew its Facility's Use- Sports Club Agreement with the Boys' and Girls' Club of Cornwall / SD&G (formerly known as the Cornwall Youth Centre Inc.)
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    2009-116 By-Law to authorize The Corporation of the City of Cornwall to enter into a Service Extension Agreement with John Lebrun for the Sanitary Sewer Extension on Dover Road
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    Exp-116 Explanatory Note for By-Law 2009-116
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    2009-117 A By-Law to allow for the temporary closure of Cumberland Street from Water Street to Pine Street for Servicing Work at 33 Cumberland Street
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    Exp-117 Explanatory Note to By-Law 2009-117
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    2009-118 A By-law to establish Transient Trader Room Rental Fees
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    2009-119 A By-law to repeal By-laws 048-2008 and 083-2008 known as the Pesticides By-law
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    2009-120 A By-law to amend By-law 114-2008 being a By-law Regulating Tag Days within the City of Cornwall (Kinette Club)
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    2009-121 A By-law authorizing The Corporation of the City of Cornwall to enter into various Heart of the City (HOTC) Program 2: Building Restoration and Improvement Program Funding Agreements
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    Exp-121 Explanation of Purpose and Effect of By-law 2009-121
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    2009-122 A By-law authorizing The City of Cornwall to enter into various Heart of the City (HOTC) Program 9: Parking and Landscape Enhancement Program Funding Agreements
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    Exp-122 Explanation of Purpose and Effect of By-law 2009-122
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    2009-123 A By-law to authorize The Corporation of the City of Cornwall to enter into a Cost Recovery Agreement with the Canada Border Services Agency
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    2009-124 A By-law to amend the Traffic & Parking By-law 069-1989, by adding Schedule II Parking Restrictions on part of Fifth Street East
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    2009-125 A By-law to authorize the long-term financing of the CAHC Sixth Street Project
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    Exp-125 Explanation of Purpose and Effect of By-law No. 2009-125, Long-Term Financing of the CAHC Sixth Street East Project
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    2009-126 A By-law to amend the Traffic & Parking By-law 069-1989 by adding Schedule XV Stop Signs on part of Seventh Street West W and Seventh Street Court
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    2009-127 A By-law to authorize The Corporation of the City of Cornwall to enter into a Standard Pipe Crossing Agreement with Canadian National Railway Company (CN) for the installation of a watermain on Tollgate Road at CN Mile 0.87 Wesco Spur (HB 69.35)
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    2009-128 A By-law to authorize the transfer of the Glen Productions building located in the parking lot of the Si Miller Arena to The Corporation of the City of Cornwall
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    CONSENT/CORRESPONDENCE


    1 PAC Report No. 1 - July 20, 2009 - Removal of 'Hold' provision of an earlier rezoning of the Muti-Sport Arena
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    Action Recommended
    That the Planning Advisory Committee recommend to City Council the removal of the 'Hold' provision applied to the now approved earlier rezoning of the Multi-Sport Arena Site (Manufacturing 20 to Open Space 10)


    2 PAC Report No. 2 - July 20, 2009, CPPEC Recommendations - Heart of the City CIP Funding Applications
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    Action Recommended
    That Council endorse the following PAC recommendations:

    (a) File HOTC #14-09 (Addendum) - 369 Montreal Rd -Laseright - Rachel Filella, applicant
    That HOTC #14-09 - 369 Montreal Rd request be approved as follows:
    Program 2 - Building Restoration and Improvement Program- $4,500
    Program 4 - Facade Improvement and Heritage Sign Grant - $4,175
    Program 5 - Municipal Planning / Development Fees Grant - actual
    Program 6 - Discretionary Municipal Tipping Fees Grant - actual
    Condition:
    Upon receiving all municipal approvals required for the change of use.

    (b) File HOTC #15-09 (New) - 251-257 Pitt St., Alpins Interiors applicant
    That HOTC #15-09 251-257 Pitt St request be approved as follows:
    Program 3 - Project Feasibility Study/Design Grant - $1,000
    Program 4 - Facade Improvement and Heritage Sign Grant - $4,350
    Program 5 - Municipal Planning / Development Fees Grant - actual

    (c) File HOTC #16-09 (New) -435 Second St W - Innovative Business Interiors, applicant
    That HOTC #16-09 - 435 Second St W request be denied, as it did not meet the program criteria for eligibility.

    (d) File HOTC #17-09 (New) - 516 Pitt St., Floral Expressions applicant
    That HOTC #17-09 516 Pitt St request be approved as follows:
    Program 4 - Facade Improvement and Heritage Sign Grant - $1,125
    Program 5 - Municipal Planning / Development Fees Grant - $50


    3 PAC Report No. 3 - December 15, 2008, CPPEC Recommendations - Heart of the City CIP Funding Applications
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    Action Recommended
    That Council endorse the following PAC recommendations:

    (a)File HOTC #18-09 (New) - 100-106 Pitt St - Glen Langford, applicant
    That request be approved as follows:
    Program 9 - Parking and Landscape Enhancement Program - $8,500

    File HOTC #19-09 (new) - 108 Pitt - Christine Munro, applicant
    That request be approved as follows:
    Program 9 - Parking and Landscape Enhancement Program - $8,500

    File HOTC #20-09 (new) - 110 Pitt - Chris Jeavons, applicant
    That request be approved as follows:
    Program 9 - Parking and Landscape Enhancement Program -$8,500

    File HOTC #21-09 (new) - 112 Pitt - Chris Jeavons
    That request be approved as follows:
    Program 9 - Parking and Landscape Enhancement Program - $8,500

    File HOTC #22-09 (new) - 116 Pitt - Conrad Aube
    That request be approved as follows:
    Program 9 - Parking and Landscape Enhancement Program - $12,750

    File HOTC #23-09 (new) - 118 Pitt - Barbara Guest, applicant
    That request be approved as follows:
    Program 9 - Parking and Landscape Enhancement Program - $12,750

    FIle HOTC #24-09 (new) - 122-128 Pitt - June Yee, applicant
    That request be approved as follows:
    Program 9 - Parking and Landscape Enhancement Program - $17,000

    File HOTC #25-09 (new) 130 Pitt - Greg Mooney, applicant
    That request be approved as follows:
    Program 9 - Parking and Landscape Enhancement Program - $8,500

    File HOTC #26-09 (new) 132-136 Pitt - Eric Charron, applicant
    That request be approved as follows:
    Program 9 - Parking and Landscape Enhancement Program - 21,750

    File HOTC #27-09 (new) 138-144 - Giovanna Galletto
    That request be approved as follows:
    Program 9 - Parking and Landscape Enhancement Program - 25,000


    4 Legion Week
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    Action Recommended
    That Council support the request and declare September 20th to 26th as Legion Week in the City of Cornwall.


    5 Salt Management Plan - Council Adoption
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    Action Recommended
    That Council adopt the Salt Management Plan presented at the July 13, 2009 Council Meeting.


    6 Petition to Resurface Riverdale Park Tennis Courts
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    This item has been moved to Communication item #7 for discussion purposes.


    7 Paramedic Replacement
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    Action Recommended
    That council approve the replacement of one full-time Paramedic


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

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


    RESOLUTIONS / BUSINESS ARISING FROM NOTICE OF MOTION


    2009-28 CAHC Sixth Street East Housing Project
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    WHEREAS Cornwall Area Housing Corporation (CAHC) under the Affordable Housing Brownfields Program will undertake the construction of a 32 new unit capital project .

    WHEREAS Federal and Provincial contributions will partially offset the cost towards this project.

    WHEREAS City Council has committed to provide long term mortgage financing to Cornwall Area Housing Corporation for the remaining financial requirements.

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

    1. That the Mayor and Treasurer be authorized to sign all documentation to effectively execute the financial transactions relative to the construction and financing of the CAHC Sixth St. E. Project.

    Motion to approve the Resolution #2009-28 as presented.

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

    MOTION CARRIED


    REPORTS FROM UNFINISHED BUSINESS


    1 Transient Trader/ Civic Complex Room Rental Rates
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    Action Recommended:
    That Council approve the suggested fee increase for Transient Traders who wish to book Salons A, B & C at the Cornwall Civic Complex.

    Moved By: Andre Rivette, Councillor
    Seconded By: Glen Grant, Councillor

    It was then Moved By: Denis Thibault
    Seconded By: Bernadette Clement

    1. That the rates for Transient Traders outside S.D.&G. be at 100%; and
    2. That the rates for Transient Trader within the Counties of S.D. & G be at the same rate as residents or businesses within the City of Cornwall.

    It was further Moved By: Elaine MacDonald, Councillor
    Seconded By: Denis Thibault, Councillor
    That the above motion be separated into two separate motion and voted on separately.

    MOTION TO SEPARATE CARRIED

    A recorded vote on Item #2 That the rates for Transient Trader within the Counties of S.D. & G be at the same rate as residents or businesses within the City of Cornwall.

    A recorded vote on this matter resulted as follows:
    Votes For = 6 Votes Against = 4
    Bob Kilger, Mayor Glen Grant, Councillor
    Denis Thibault, Councillor Kim Baird, Councillor
    Denis Carr, Councillor André Rivette, Councillor
    Elaine MacDonald, Councillor Mary Ann Hug, Councillor
    Bernadette Clément, Councillor
    Syd Gardiner, Councillor

    MOTION CARRIED

    A recorded on Item #1 in that the rates for Transient Traders outside S.D.&G. be at 100%.
    resulted as follows:
    Votes For = 9 Votes Against = 1
    Bob Kilger, Mayor Elaine MacDonald, Councillor
    Denis Thibault, Councillor
    Denis Carr, Councillor
    Bernadette Clément, Councillor
    Syd Gardiner, Councillor
    Glen Grant, Councillor
    Kim Baird, Councillor
    André Rivette, Councillor
    Mary Ann Hug, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    COMMUNICATIONS / REPORTS


    1 Economic Development Bi-Monthly Report April and May 2009
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    Action Recommended
    That Council receive this report.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

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


    2 Social Housing Regeneration Proposal - 330 Fourth Street East Cornwall
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    Action Recommended
    That Council endorse the proposal by Cornwall & Area Housing Corporation for conversion of 15 two bedroom units at 330 Fourth Street East to fully modified one-bedroom units for persons with disabilities, under the Regeneration component of the Canada-Ontario Affordable Housing Initiative providing stimulus funding for Social Housing capital.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Kim Baird, Councillor
    Seconded By: Elaine MacDonald, Councillor

    MOTION CARRIED

    3 Use of Facilities by Sports Club Agreement
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    Action Recommended
    That Council approve the renewal of the existing Facilities Use-Sports Club Agreement with the Boys and Girls Club of Cornwall and S.D.& G. (formerly the Cornwall Youth Centre Inc.) for the use of the Clubhouse located in Broadview Park at 499 Henry Street for a period of three (3) years.
    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Kim Baird, Councillor
    Seconded By: Syd Gardiner, Councillor

    MOTION CARRIED

    4 Second Quarter Financial Report
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    Action Recommended
    That Council receive the Financial Report for the period ending June 30, 2009.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented and to receive the Meeting Notes of the Budget Steering Committee meeting of Friday, August 7, 2009.

    Moved By: Denis Carr, Councillor
    Seconded By: Denis Thibault, Councillor

    MOTION CARRIED


    5 Affordable Housing Brownfield Project - 222 Sixth Street East, Cornwall
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    Action Recommended
    That Council authorize Cornwall & Area Housing Corporation to proceed with construction of a 32 unit apartment building at 222-Sixth Street East, Cornwall, under the Canada-Ontario Affordable Housing Brownfield Program. The City of Cornwall will provide mortgage financing and a grant to charge the equivalent of single residential instead of multi-residential taxes.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

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

    MOTION CARRIED


    6 Design of Emergency Medical Services Headquarters
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    Action Recommended
    That Council authorize the hiring of the Thompson Rosemount Group (TRG) for the design phase of the new Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Headquarters facility as outlined in this report.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Syd Gardiner, Councillor
    Seconded By: Mary Ann Hug, Councillor

    A recorded vote on this matter resulted as follows:

    Votes For = 7 Votes Against = 3
    Bob Kilger, Mayor Glen Grant, Councillor
    Denis Thibault, Councillor Kim Baird, Councillor
    Denis Carr, Councillor André Rivette, Councillor
    Elaine MacDonald, Councillor
    Bernadette Clément, Councillor
    Syd Gardiner, Councillor
    Mary Ann Hug, Councillor
    MOTION CARRIED


    7 Petition to Resurface Riverdale Park Tennis Courts
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    Action Recommended
    That this matter be referred to the Department of Recreational Services for review and report for the meeting of September 28, 2009.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

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

    MOTION CARRIED


    TENDERS AND REQUESTS FROM PROPOSAL


    1 RFP No. 09-R16 Civic Complex Road Sign
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    Action Recommended
    That option 1 of RFP 09-R16 be awarded to Norvic Sign & Lighting Service, from Cornwall, Ontario, at the total bid price of $72,656.32 (net cost to the Corporation - $69,196.50) being the best bid meeting the specifications.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

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

    MOTION CARRIED


    2 RFP No. 09-R22 Cornwall & SDG Housing Needs Assessment Update
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    Action Recommended
    That RFP 09-R22 be awarded to Toni Farley & Associates, Toronto, Ontario, at the total bid price of $53,392.50 being the best bid meeting the terms of reference.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

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

    MOTION CARRIED


    3 RFP No. 09-R24 Supply & Leasing of Computers
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    Action Recommended
    That RFP No. 09-R24 be awarded to Jtec Distribution Inc., Cornwall, Ontario as follows:

    35 computers equipped with 3 gb's of memory at the monthly lease cost of $31.34 each and 20 computers equipped with 3 gb's of memory and DVD burners at the monthly lease cost of $32.34 each being the best bid received.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

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

    MOTION CARRIED


    4 Tender No. 09-T49 Tollgate Road Watermain
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    Action Recommended
    That Tender 09-T49 be awarded to Malyon Excavation Ltd., Cornwall, Ontario, at the total bid price of $586,640.25 (net cost to the Corporation - $558,705.00) being the best bid meeting the tender specifications.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Denis Thibault, Councillor
    Seconded By: Syd Gardiner, Councillor

    MOTION CARRIED


    5 Tender No. 09-T50 Roof Structure Replacement at the Cornwall Community Museum
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    Action Recommended
    That Tender 09-T50 be awarded to 1113044 Ontario Ltd., O/A John Gordon Construction Ltd., Cornwall, Ontario at the total bid price of $56,660.10 (net cost to the Corporation - $53,962.00) being the best bid meeting the tender specifications.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

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

    MOTION CARRIED


    6 Tender No. 09-T51 Improve The Traffic Signals at Montreal Rd. & Belmont St. and McConnell Ave. & Eleventh St.
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    Action Recommended
    That Tender 09-T51 be awarded to Black & McDonald Ltd., Ottawa, Ontario, at the total revised bid price of $145,850.14 (net cost to the Corporation - $138,904.90) being the best bid meeting the tender specifications.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Mary Ann Hug, Councillor
    Seconded By: Elaine MacDonald, Councillor

    MOTION CARRIED


    7 Tender No. 09-T52 Supply & Install a New Generator
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    Action Recommended
    That Tender 09-T52 be awarded to Countryman Electric Ltd., Chesterville, Ont., at the total bid price of $69,914.76 (net cost to the Corporation - $66,747.92) being the best bid meeting the tender specifications.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

    Moved By: Syd Gardiner, Councillor
    Seconded By: Kim Baird, Councillor

    MOTION CARRIED


    8 Tender No. 09-T54 Repairs to Various Buildings
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    Action Recommended
    That Tender 09-T54 be awarded as follows:

    (a) Item1 be awarded to C.M.G. Innovation Co. Ltd., Summerstown, Ontario at the total bid price of $590,000.00, Item 2 be awarded to Asco Restoration Services(Canada) Inc., Cornwall, Ontario at the total bid price of $622,000.00, Item 5 be awarded to 1113044 Ontario Ltd., (John Gordon Construction Ltd.)Cornwall, Ontario at the total bid price of $14,604.00 and Item 6 be awarded to Dale Coleman Construction, Avonmore, Ontario at the total bid price of $140,673.93 plus applicable GST being the best bid meeting the tender specifications.

    (b) Items 3 ($319,000.00) and 4($175,000.00) will not be awarded at this time to C.M.G. Innovation Ltd. based on current funds available. That Council pre-approve to award at a later date based on these tenders, if & when funds are re-allocated from other municipalities under the terms of the Federal-Provincial Social Housing Renovation & Retrofit Program (SHRRP). The bidder has agreed to hold these prices to March 31, 2010. If re-allocations in 2009 do not occur, these jobs would be identified as our first two projects under the Year 2 SHRRP allocations in 2010.

    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

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

    MOTION CARRIED


    PRESENTATIONS


    1 St. Lawrence River Institute of Enviornmental Sciences Update
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    Mr. Patrick Finucan, President of the St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences, and Dr. Jeff Ridal, Ph.D., Executive Director & Chief Research Scientist, provide Members of Council with an annual review of the Institute's activities.

    Mr. Finucan began by speaking of the 15th Anniversary Celebration Dinner which was held on May 5, 2009, with the 2009 "River Award" recipient being Elaine Kennedy. Guest Speaker was David Doubilet and the Dinner was attended by the first President, Rick Eamon.

    Mr. Finucan went on to update Council on the economic impact the Institute has had since 1994, the revenues generated and the annual conference benefits to Cornwall and area and itemized the current staff and the growth that the Institte has lived.

    Dr. Ridal spoke about the research activity, the education programs to Environmental Technicians at St. Lawrence College, School Programs and programming to special kids. The communication action undertaken by the Institute includes the hosting of a Conference, a Jr. Scientist / Eco Friends Summer Camp, Speaker series, an Open House and Earth Day Cleanup project.

    Both Mr. Finucan and Dr. Ridal closed the Presentation by speaking about the next phase of the Institute and of its five-year Strategic Plan.


    2 Business Retention and Expansion
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    Mr. Mike Metcalfe, Project Coordinator, BR+E project for the Department of Economic Development, Mike Sullivan, Plant Manager at Valspar, provided Council with up-to-date information on activities surrounding the Business Retention and Expansion Committee.

    Mr. Metcalfe explained that the BR+E is a community economic development program developed by OMAFRA which provides community support for local businesses, identifies issues and opportunities and which can enhance economic development plans.

    Mr. Sullivan itemized the process undertaken by the BR+E and the outcomes of the survey, the key factors industry views as important to competitivess, Cornwall's advantages and disadvantages and what the next steps are.


    DELEGATIONS

    There were no Delegations.


    NEW BUSINESS

    There were no New Business motions.


    PASSING OF BY-LAWS - THIRD AND FINAL READING

    That By-laws 2009-113 to 2009-122 and 2009-124 to 2009-128 inclusive, listed on the Agenda for third reading is taken as read a third time and finally passed.

    Motion to endorse the above By-laws with amended fee structure to Bylaw 2009-118.

    Moved By: Denis Thibault, Councillor
    Seconded By: Kim Baird, Councillor

    MOTION CARRIED


    REPORTS FROM AD HOC COMMITTEES OF COUNCIL

    Councillor Syd Gardiner updated Council on the plans for the expansion of the Cornwall Regional Airport.


    NOTICES OF MOTION

    There were no Notices of Motion.


    PENDING BUSINESS LISTING

    The Pending Business Listing was presented and no discussion ensued.

    1 Pending Business Listing for August 10, 2009
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    CONFIRMING BY-LAW
    FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD READINGS

    That By-law 2009-129, 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, August 10, 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 July 13, 2009 and Monday July 27, 2009
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    Motion to endorse By-law #2009-129.

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

    MOTION CARRIED


    ADJOURNMENT

    Motion to adjourn the Regular Council Meeting of Monday, August 10, 2009, at 9:10 p.m.

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

    MOTION CARRIED


    NEXT REGULAR MEETING OF COUNCIL to be held Monday, September 14, 2009



    __________________________________ ____________________________________
    DENISE LABELLE-GELINAS BOB KILGER
    CITY CLERK MAYOR


    __________________________________
    MANON L. POIRIER
    DEPUTY CITY CLERK


    Motion to approve the recommendation as presented.

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

    MOTION CARRIED