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Regular Council Agenda - 2021/01/07 The Corporation of the Township of Malahide A G E N D A January 7, 2021 7:30 p.m. Malahide Community Place 12105 Whittaker Road, Springfield ** Note: Due to the COVID-19 restrictions, this meeting will be held electronically via videoconference. The meeting will be streamed live on YouTube. ** (A) Roll Call (B) Disclosure of Pecuniary Interest (C) Approval of Previous Minutes RES 1 (Pages 11 - 21) (D) Presentations/Delegations/Petitions (i) Public Meeting Rezoning Application of Tony Wall, on behalf of Dwight and Lydia Steven, owners of property at Concession 3, South Part Lot 21, Township of Malahide, municipally known as 6242 Springfield Road. RES 2 4 (Pages 22 - 50) (ii) Presentation Chris Wilkinson, General Manager of Catfish Creek Conservation Authority, relating to the 2021 CCCA Budget. RES 5 (Pages 51 - 56) (E) Reports of Departments (i) Director of Fire & Emergency Services - Emergency Services Activity Report November. RES 6 (Pages 57 - 62) (ii) Director of Public Works (iii) Director of Development Services -Township of Malahide Official Plan Comprehensive Review & Five-Year Update: Status Report. RES 7 (Pages 63 - 71) (iv) Director of Financial Services/Treasurer - Draft Malahide Water 2021 Budget and User Fee Schedule. RES 8 (Pages 72 - 80) - Draft Malahide Sewer System 2021 Budget and User Fee. RES 9 (Pages 81 - 91) (iv) CAO/Clerk (F) Reports of Committees/Outside Boards (G) Correspondence RES 10 1. Association of Municipalities of Ontario - Watch File dated December 17, 2020. (Pages C3 - 5) 2. County of Dufferin Resolution requesting the Province to work with the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) to address the assessment issue relating to aggregate resource property assessments. (Pages C6 - 7) 3. Municipality of Chatham-Kent, Township of Lake of Bays Resolution requesting the Province to remove Schedule 6 from Budget Measures Act (Bill 229) and continue to work with Conservation Authorities. (Malahide Township Council supported a similar Resolution on December 3, 2020). (Pages C8 - 13) 4. Town of Carleton Resolution requesting the Province to prioritize childcare as part of its overall post pandemic recovery plan, develop and find a comprehensive plan that can support facilities through the provision of licensed childcare and early learning education and provide funding to childcare providers reflective of COVID19 operating cost increases. (Pages C14 - 15) 5. Township of Matachewan Resolution requesting the Province to provide longer turn-around times for grant applications. (Pages C16 - 17) 6. Township of Perth South Resolution supporting the Municipality of Southwest Middlesex requesting the Province to work with Federal Ministry of Transportation to address concerns regarding municipal drainage matters and the need for coordination with national railways. (Malahide Township Council supported a similar Resolution on December 17, 2020). (Pages C18 - 20) 7. Municipality of South Huron Resolution supporting the Township of Huron Kinloss and Town of Wasaga Beach requesting the Province to develop tougher laws, with larger financial penalties, when dealing with unauthorized car rallies and participants. (Page C21) 8. Township of Lake of Bays, Town of Lincoln Resolution supporting the Township of Amherstburg requesting the Province to extend the compliance deadline for compliance with Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. (Pages C22 - 27) 9. Township of Amherstburg Resolution supporting the City of St. Catharines requesting the Province to amend Bill 197, COVID19 Economic Recovery Act 2020 to eliminate the development approval municipality be empowered to render final approval for landfills within their jurisdiction. (Pages C28 - 31) 10. Town of Kingsville Resolution requesting the Province to allow small businesses to remain open to in-store sales and service with limited capacity and increased safety measures. (Pages C32 - 34) 11. Town of Lincoln for interim cap on gas plant and greenhouse gas pollution and the development and implementation of a plan to phase-out gas-fired electricity generation. (Pages C35 - 38) 12. Town of Lincoln to the Province to amend the AGCO Licensing and Application process for cannabis retail stores. (Pages C39 - 42) 13. Town of Lincoln Resolutions supporting both Loyalist Township and Plympton-Wyoming regarding funding for community groups and service clubs affected by pandemic. (Pages C43 - 47) 14. Aylmer Police Services Board Correspondence expressing concerns nt actions relating to the Aylmer Police Service. (Pages C48 - 49) 15. Solicitor General Correspondence advising deadline extension for the Community Safety and Well-Being Plan is July 1, 2021, because of COVID challenges. (Pages C50 - 51) 16. Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services Correspondence regarding the release of new poverty reduction strategy - Building a Strong Foundation for Success: Reducing Poverty in Ontario (2020-2025). (Pages C52 - 53) 17. Municipality of Bayham Notice of the adoption of Official Plan Amendment No. 26 for the Township of Bayham to permit subdivision development in the Village of Straffordville and Hamlet of Eden. (Page C54) (H) Other Business (i) . RES 11 (ii) Baroudi Law, on behalf of North Erie Marina Concerns regarding PBRA proposal to maintain temporary boat launch in Port Bruce. RES 12 (Pages 92 - 93) (I) By-laws (i) By-law No. 21-01 To authorize temporary borrowing. RES 13 (Pages 94 - 95) (ii) By-law No. 21-02 To provide for an interim tax levy for the year 2021. RES 14 (Pages 96 - 98) (iii) By-law No. 21-05 To authorize a budget for 2021. RES 15 (Pages 99 - 100) (iv) By-law No. 21-06 Fire Cost Recovery Fees. RES 16 (Pages 101 - 105) (v) By-law No. 21-07 User Fees. RES 17 (Pages 106 - 125) (vi) By-law No. 21-08 Building Permit Fees. RES 18 (Pages 126 - 129) (J) Closed Session RES 19 and 20 (i) A Litigation or Potential Litigation Matter, including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting the Township relating to a zoning by-law infraction (automotive body shop). (ii) A Litigation or Potential Litigation Matter, including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting the Township relating to a zoning by-law infraction (dog kennel). (K) Confirmatory By-law RES 21 (Page 130) (L) Adjournment RES 22 **VIDEOCONFERENCE MEETING Note for Members of the Public: In order to respect the State of Emergency declared by the County of Elgin and not hold public gatherings, please note that the Regular Council Meeting scheduled to be held on January 7,2021 will be via videoconference only. Please note that, at this time, there is not an option for the public to call in to this meeting. However, we will be livestreaming the Council Meeting via YouTube. Please click the link below to watch the Council Meeting. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2WWxGHYoaNBixWD8viFlGw Written comments regarding the Council Agenda items are welcome please forward such to the Clerk at mcasavecchia@malahide.ca 6 PLEASE NOTE that the draft resolutions provided below DO NOT represent decisions already made by the Council. They are simply intended for the convenience of the Council to expedite the transaction of Council business. Members of Council will choose whether or not to move the proposed draft motions and the Council may also choose to amend or defeat them during the course of the Council meeting. 1.THAT the minutes of the regular meeting of the Councilheld on December 17, 2020be adopted as printed and circulated. 2.THAT the Public Meeting concerning the Zoning By-law Amendment Application of Tony Wall, on behalf of Dwight and Lydia Steven,relating to the property located at Lot21, Concession 3,be called to order at 7:3____ p.m. 3.THAT the Public Meeting relating to Zoning By-law Amendment Application of Tony Wall, on behalf of Dwight and Lydia Steven,relating to the propertylocated at Lot 21, Concession 3, be adjourned andthe Council meeting reconvene at 7:____ p.m. 4.THAT Report No. DS-21--law Amendment received; AND THAT the Zoning Bylaw Amendment Application of Tony Wall, on behalf of Dwight and Lydia Steven, BE DENIED for the reasons set out this Report. OR: 4.THAT By-law No. 21-04,being a By-law to amend Zoning By-law No. 18- 22 insofar as it relates to the property owned by Dwight and Lydia Steven, located at Lot 21, Concession 3, be given first, second and third readings, and properly signed and sealed. 5.THAT the presentation from Chris Wilkinson, General Manager of Catfish Creek Conservation Authority,Budget be received. 6.THAT Report No. F-20- 7 7.THAT Report No. DS-21- Comprehensive Review & Five- for information. 8.THAT Report No. FIN 21- AND THAT the Draft Malahide Water 2021 Budget and the User Rates for 2021 be approved; AND THAT the Municipal Staff be authorized to carry out the administrative acts necessary to implement such budget and user rates as approved. 9.THAT Report No. FIN 20- AND THAT the draft Malahide Sewer System budget and user fee for 2021 be approved; AND THAT the Municipal Staff be authorized to carry out the administrative acts necessary to implement such budget and user fees as approved. 10.THATthe following correspondence be noted and filed: 1.Association of Municipalities of Ontario -Watch File dated December 17, 2020. 2.County of Dufferin Resolution requesting the Province to work with the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) to address the assessment issue relating to aggregate resource property assessments. 3.Municipality of Chatham-Kent, Township of Lake of Bays Resolution requesting the Province to remove Schedule 6 from Budget Measures Act (Bill 229) and continue to work with Conservation Authorities. (Malahide Township Council supported a similar Resolution on December 3, 2020). 4.Town of Carleton Resolution requesting the Province to prioritize childcare as part of its overall post pandemic recovery plan, develop and find a comprehensive plan that can support facilities through the provision of licensed childcare and early learning education and provide funding to childcare providers reflective of COVID19 operating cost increases. 8 5.Township of Matachewan Resolution requesting the Province to provide longer turn-around times for grant applications. 6.Township of Perth South Resolution supporting the Municipality of Southwest Middlesex requesting the Province to work with Federal Ministry of Transportation to address concerns regarding municipal drainage matters and the need for coordination with national railways. (Malahide Township Council supported a similar Resolution on December 17, 2020). 7.Municipality of South Huron Resolution supporting the Township of Huron Kinloss and Town of Wasaga Beach requesting the Province to develop tougher laws, with larger financial penalties, when dealing with unauthorized car rallies and participants. 8.Township of Lake of Bays, Town of Lincoln Resolution supporting the Township of Amherstburg requesting the Province to extend the compliance deadline for compliance with Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. 9.Township of Amherstburg Resolution supporting the City of St. Catharines requesting the Province to amend Bill 197, COVID19 Economic Recovery Act 2020 to eliminate the development approval req municipality be empowered to render final approval for landfills within their jurisdiction. 10.Town of Kingsville Resolution requesting the Province to allow small businesses to remain open to in-store sales and service with limited capacityand increased safety measures. 11.Town of Lincoln for interim cap on gas plant and greenhouse gas pollution and the development and implementation of a plan to phase-out gas-fired electricity generation. 12.Town of Lincoln to the Province to amend the AGCO Licensing and Application process for cannabis retail stores. 13.Town of Lincoln Resolutions supporting both Loyalist Township and Plympton-Wyoming regarding funding for community groups and service clubs affected by pandemic. 9 14.Aylmer Police Services Board Correspondence expressing concerns regarding Malahide Counci Police Service. 15.Solicitor General Correspondence advising deadline extension for the Community Safety and Well-Being Plan is July 1, 2021, because of COVID challenges. 16.Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services Correspondence regarding the release of new poverty reduction strategy -Building a Strong Foundation for Success: Reducing Poverty in Ontario (2020-2025). 17.Municipality of Bayham Notice of the adoption of Official Plan Amendment No. 26 for the Township of Bayham to permit subdivision development in the Village of Straffordville and Hamlet of Eden. 11.THAT the Council of the Township of Malahide does hereby endorse and support a funding application to the Ontario Ministry of Infrastructure, under the Improving Connectivity for Ontario (ICON) Program, to enhance broadband connectivity to the Township facilities as well as provide the ability to connect homes and businesses through a last mile network. 12.THAT the correspondence received from Baroudi Law, dated January 4, 2021, relating to the Temporary Boat Launch in Port Bruce and North Erie Marinabereceived; AND THAT such correspondence be referred to the Municipal Staff for further review and consideration; it being noted that the Staff will be reportingback to the Council at a future meetingregarding the proposal of the Port Bruce Ratepayers Association to maintain the temporary boat launch in Port Bruce. 13.THAT By-law No. 21-01, being a By-law to authorize temporary borrowing during the fiscal year ending December 31, 2021, be given first, second and third readings, and be properly signed and sealed. 14.THAT By-law No. 21-02, being a By-law to provide for an interim tax levy for the year 2021, be given first, second and third readings, and be properly signed and sealed. 15.THAT By-law No. 21-05, being a By-law to adopt the 2021 Township Budget, be given first, second and third readings, and be properly signed and sealed. 10 16.THAT By-law No. 21-06, being a By-lawto establish various Fire Cost Recovery Fees,be given first, second and third readings, and be properly signed and sealed. 17.THAT By-law No. 21-07, being a By-lawto establish various User Fees,be given first, second and third readings, and be properly signed and sealed. 18.THAT By-law No. 21-08, being a By-lawto establish various Building Permit Fees,be given first, second and third readings, and be properly signed and sealed. 19.THAT Council move into Closed Session at ________ p.m., pursuant to Section 239(2) of the Municipal Act, 2001, as amended, to discussthe following: (i)ALitigation or Potential LitigationMatter, including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting the Townshiprelating to a zoning by-law infraction (automotive body shop). (ii)A Litigation or Potential Litigation Matter, including matters before administrative tribunals, affecting the Township relating to a zoning by-law infraction (dog kennel). 20.THAT Council move out of Closed Session and reconvene at_______p.m. in order to continue with its deliberations. 21.THAT By-law No. 21-03, being a Confirmatory By-law, be given first, second and third readings, and be properly signed and sealed. 22.THATtheCounciladjournits meetingat _______ p.m.to meet again on January 21, 2021at 7:30 p.m. 11 December 17, 2020 7:30 p.m. ________________________________________________________________ The Malahide Township Council met via videoconference. The Manager of Information Technology and the Chief Administrative Officer/Clerkwere present in Malahide Community Place, at 12105 Whitaker Road, Springfield. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Mayor, Members of Council,and some Municipal Staffparticipated remotely. The following members were present: Council Members via Videoconference: Mayor D. Mennill, Deputy Mayor D. Giguère, Councillor R. Cerna, Councillor C. Glinski, Councillor M. Moore, Councillor M. Widner, and Councillor S. Lewis. Staff present in Council Chamber:Manager of Information Technology C. Coxen and Deputy Clerk D. Wilson. Staff via Videoconference: Chief Administrative Officer/Clerk M. Casavecchia- Somers, Director of Financial Services A. Mohile, Director of Development Services A. Betteridge, Director of Fire and Emergency Services B. Smith,and Director of Public WorksM. Sweetland. CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Mennill took the Chair and called the meeting to order at 7:30p.m. Mayor Mennill wished everyone a very Merry Christmas and expressed his desire that the community could unite in the New Year. DISCLOSURE OF PECUNIARY INTEREST andthe General Nature thereof: Councillor Widner disclosed a pecuniary interest with respect to Council Agenda Item (e)(ii) regarding the Drainage Report Petition for Drainage Slansky Von Groh. The nature of the conflict being that a Junior Partner at Spriet Associates is an immediate relative of his. MINUTES No. 20-529 Moved by:Mark Widner Seconded by:Scott Lewis 12 THAT the minutes of the regular meeting of the Councilheld on December 3, 2020 be adopted as printed and circulated. Carried. PRESENTATIONS/DELEGATIONS/PETITIONS: Public Meeting Zoning By-law Amendment, as submitted by Cornelius and Margaretha Penner, relating to property at Part Lot 21, Concession 9, Geographic Township of Malahide. No. 20-530 Moved by:Max Moore Seconded by:Rick Cerna THAT the Public Meeting concerning the Zoning By-law Amendment Application of Cornelius and Margaretha Pennerrelating to the property located at Lot 21, Concession 9, be called to order at 7:31p.m. Carried. Mayor Mennill advised that the purpose of this Public Meeting is to consider an application to amend the zoning of the subject property located at 53250 College Line, being Lot 34, Concession 9, Malahide, from the General Agricultural (A2) Zone to the Small Lot Agricultural (A4) and Special Agricultural (A2) Zones. Mayor Mennill asked the Deputy Clerk to advise and confirm on the method and date of notice given for this meeting. The Clerk advised that this public meeting was advertised in the Aylmer Express on November 25 and December 2, 2020. In addition, affected property owners within 120 metres were sent a notice by prepaid first class mail that was posted at least twenty days prior to this meeting. Mayor Mennill requested the Director of Development Services to provide an overview of the application. The Director advised that the purpose of the proposedamendment is to change the zoning on a small, vacant parcel from the Village Residential One (VR1) Zone to the Village Residential One-Holding (VR1- H-1) Zone. The lands to be rezoned to VR-H-1 comprise an area of approximately 1,340 squaremetres(0.3 acres), a frontage of 20 metres (66 feet) and a depth of 67 metres (220 feet). The parcel comprises the front portion of a larger lot intended to be ultimately developed as a residential plan of subdivision. The change in zoning of the subject lands to VR1-H-1 would ensure that the use of the parcel is persevered for its intended purpose and function as future road access to the aforementioned plan of subdivision and is being requested to satisfy conditions of Application for Consent E59/19 granted by the County of Elgin Land Division Committee. 13 Mayor Mennill asked the Deputy Clerk to provide any comments received from the circulated agencies and landowners. The Deputy Clerk advised that correspondence has been received from the Catfish Creek Conservation Authority and Bill MacIntyre, neighbouring property owner,both expressing concerns. The Director of Development Services were with respect to a future road along his property and how that would affect his propertyin the future. The Director advised that have been addressed. The Director noted that the correspondence received from the Catfish Creek Conservation Authority indicated that they had concerns and upon following up with the Authority,it was determined to be a clerical error andthat they did not have any concerns with this application. Mayor Mennill asked if any persons were in attendance that wished to make any comments regarding the application and there were none. Mayor Mennill advised that the Council will consider all comments received when making its final decision on the application. No. 20-531 Moved by:Max Moore Seconded by:Rick Cerna THAT the Public Meeting relating to Zoning By-law Amendment Application of Cornelius and Margaretha Pennerrelating tothe property located at Lot 21, Concession 9, be adjourned and the Council meeting reconvene at 7:37 p.m. Carried. No. 20-532 Moved by:Rick Cerna Seconded by:Mark Widner THAT By-law No. 20-85,being a By-law to amend Zoning By-law No. 18-22 insofar as it relates to the property owned by Cornelius and Margaretha Penner, located at Lot 21, Concession 9, be given first, second and third readings, and properly signed and sealed. Carried. REPORTS: Director of Public Works -Petition for Drainage Slansky Von Groh 14 Councillor Widner declared a conflict of interest with respect to Council Agenda Item E (ii) relating to the Slansky Von Groh Petition, retired from the meeting and abstained from all discussions and voting on the matter. No. 20-533 Moved by:Scott Lewis Seconded by:Chester Glinski THAT Report No. PS-20-Slansky Von AND THAT Mike Devos, P. Eng., of Spriet Associates Ltd., be appointed to Carried. Councillor Widner resumed his seat in the videoconference meeting. Director of Financial Services -Feasibility Study for Connectivity Services No. 20-534 Moved by:Rick Cerna Seconded by:Scott Lewis THAT Report No. FIN 20- AND THAT the Feasibility Study for Connectivity Services Project be awarded to Community Fibre Company, of Lanark, Ontario, at a cost of $49,000 (plus applicable taxes). Carried. Chief Administrative Officer/Clerk -Video Conferencing Solutions for Council Meetings No. 20-535 Moved by:Dominique Giguère Seconded by:Rick C THAT Report No. CAO-20- 15 AND THAT the quotation received from PA Shop, of London, Ontario, in the amount of 22,362.00 (plus applicable taxes), to provide and install a video conferencing system for Council meetings at Malahide Community Place; AND THAT the Municipal Staff be authorized and directed to take the necessary actions to facilitate the installation of a video conferencing solution in Malahide Community Place to better enable electronic participation and the livestreaming of Council meetings; it being noted that such system can be redeployed to the former Council Chambers in the future. Carried. -Updated Records Retention Schedule No. 20-536 Moved by:Max Moore Secondedby:Scott Lewis THAT Report No. CAO-20- AND THAT the attached Records Retention Schedule, dated October 2020, be approved. Carried. -Township of Malahide Website Redesign Launch No. 20-537 Moved by:Chester Glinski Seconded by:Dominique Giguere THAT Report No. DC-20- Carried. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES/OUTSIDE BOARDS: No. 20-538 Moved by:Rick Cerna Seconded by:Scott Lewis THAT the following Reports of Committees/Outside Boards be noted and filed: 16 (i)Long Point Region Conservation Minutes approved December 2, 2020, as follows: -Virtual Meeting Minutes of June 3, 2020. -Board of Directors Minutes of November 4, 2020. -Board of Directors Budget Minutes of November 12, 2020. (ii)Budget Committee Draft Minutes of December 10, 2020. Carried. CORRESPONDENCE: No. 20-539 Moved by: Rick Cerna Seconded by: Chester Glinski THAT the Township of Howick resolution requesting the Province to require tile drainage contractors to file farm tile drainage installation plans with the local municipality be supported. Carried. No. 20-540 Moved by: Rick Cerna Seconded by: Chester Glinski THAT the Municipality of South West Middlesex resolution requesting the Province to work with Federal Ministry of Transportation to address concerns regarding municipal drainage matters and need for coordination with national railways be supported. Carried. No. 20-541 Moved by:Rick Cerna Seconded by:Chester Glinski THAT the following correspondence be noted and filed: 1.Association of Municipalities of Ontario -Watch File dated December 3 and 10, 2020. 2.City of Hamilton Resolution requesting the Province to place an interim cap on Gas Plant and Greenhouse Gas Pollution and develop a plan to phase out gas-fired electricity generation. 17 3.City of Hamilton Resolution requesting the Province to place a temporary cap on Food Delivery Service Charges. 4.Town of Orangeville, Township of Puslinch, and Long Point Region Conservation Authority Resolution requesting the Province to remove Schedule 6 from Budget Measures Act (Bill 229) and the Province continue to work with Conservation Authorities. (Malahide Township Council supported a similar Resolution on December 3, 2020). 5.Municipality of Leamington Resolution supporting the Municipality of Tweed regarding Cannabis Production Facilities and Health Canada Guidelines. 6.Long Point Region Conservation Authority Meeting Schedule for 2021. 7.Town of Aylmer Notice of Public Hearing for Minor Variance relating to property at 406 Talbot Street East, Aylmer. 8.Elgin County Land Division Committee Notice of Expiry of Appeal Period for the following Applications: -Severance Application No. E42-20, in the name of Gregory Max Underhill relating to property at 5031 Sawmill Road. -Severance Application E44-20, in the name of Dolores Slanskey VonGroh and Jerry Schram relating to property at 15165 Whittaker Road. Carried. OTHER BUSINESS: -Catfish Creek Conservation AuthorityDraft 2021 Budget The Deputy Mayor requested the Municipal Staff to invite the General Manager of the Catfish Creek Conservation Authority to attend a future meeting to provide more details on theproposed budget. No. 20-542 Moved by:Rick Cerna Seconded by:Scott Lewis THAT the correspondence received from the Catfish Creek Conservation Authority (CCCA),dated November 26, 2020, regarding the 2021 CCCA Preliminary Draft Budget be received. Carried. 18 -Kettle Creek Conservation Authority Draft 2021 Budget No. 20-543 Moved by:Max Moore Seconded by:Dominique Giguere THAT the correspondence received from the Kettle Creek Conservation Authority (KCCA),dated December 8, 2020, regarding the 2021 Levy and Budgetbe received. Carried. -East Elgin Community ComplexAnnual Building Condition Assessment Report No. 20-544 Moved by:Mark Widner Seconded by:Scott Lewis THAT Town of Aylmer Report No. CAO-84-20 relating to the East Elgin Community Complexentitled received. Carried. -Malahide 2021 Budget Approval No. 20-545 Moved by:Scott Lewis Seconded by:Rick Cerna THAT the following actions be taken by the Malahide Township Council with respect to the Draft 2021-2022 Budgets: (i)Approve the Draft 2021 Budget in the amount of $14,568,691; (ii)Approve, in principle, the Draft 2022 Budget in the amount of $13,952,565; it being pointed out that the Draft 2021 Budget provides for a total taxation revenue increase of $209,922 for Township purposes; and that the increase currently represents a lower tier (Municipal) tax levy increase of about 2.86% for 2021 and about 3% for the year 2022. Carried. BY-LAWS: 19 -By-law No. 20-67Third Reading of Leonard Jones Drain No. 20-546 Moved by:Chester Glinski Seconded by:Rick Cerna THAT By-law No. 20-67,being a By-law to provide for Drainage works on the Leonard Jones Drain, be read a third time, finally passed, and be properly signed and sealed. Carried. -By-law No. 20-68Third Reading of Leonard Jones Drain Extension No. 20-547 Moved by:Scott Lewis Seconded by:Chester Glinski THAT By-law No. 20-68,being a By-law to provide for Drainage works on the Leonard Jones Drain Extension, be read a third time, finally passed, and be properly signed and sealed. Carried. -By-law No. 20-84-Official Plan Amendment 1111944 Ontario Ltd. No. 20-548 Moved by:Chester Glinski Seconded by:Scott Lewis THAT By-law No. 20-84, being Official Plan Amendment No. 84to the Official Plan of the Township of Malahide insofar as it relates to the property owned by 1111944Ontario Ltd. (Creative Enterprises), located at Lot 24, Concession 3, Township of Malahide, municipally known as 51631 and 51553 Calton Line, be given first, second, and third readings, and properly signed and sealed. Carried. -By-law No. 20-86Prohibit Excessive Idling No. 20-549 Moved by:Mark Widner Seconded by:Rick Cerna 20 THAT By-law No. 20-86,being a By-law to prohibit excessive idling of vehicles, be given first, second and third readings, and be properly signed and sealed. Carried. -By-law No. 20-88Records Retention Schedule No. 20-550 Moved by:Max Moore Seconded by:Scott Lewis THAT By-law No. 20-88,being a By-law to update the records retention schedule, be given first, second and third readings, and be properly signed and sealed. Carried. CLOSED SESSION: No. 20-551 Moved by:Mark Widner Seconded by:Scott Lewis THAT Councilmoveinto Closed Session at 8:34p.m., pursuant to Section 239(2) of the Municipal Act, 2001, as amended, to discuss a Labour Relations or Employee Negotiations Matter regarding Staff Performance Reviews. Carried. No. 20-552 Moved by:Rick Cerna Seconded by:Dominique Giguère THAT Council move out of Closed Session and reconvene at 8:48p.m. in order to continue with its deliberations. Carried. The Mayor advised that during the Closed Session the Municipal Staff was given direction regarding a Labour Relations or Employee Negotiations Matter regarding Staff Performance Reviews. The CAO advised that all eligible Non- Union and Management Municipal Staff were awarded the appropriate grid level advancements effective January 1, 2021. There is nothing further to report. 21 CONFIRMATORY: No. 20-553 Moved by:Rick Cerna Seconded by:Mark Widner THAT By-law No. 20-87, being a Confirmatory By-law, be given first, second and third readings, and be properly signed and sealed. Carried. ADJOURNMENT: No. 20-554 Moved by:Chester Glinski Seconded by:Mark Widner THATtheCounciladjournits meetingat 8:50p.m.to meet again on January 7, 2021, at 7:30 p.m. Carried. _________________________________ Mayor D. Mennill _________________________________ Clerk M. Casavecchia-Somers 22 Report to Council REPORT NO.:DS-21-01 DATE: January 7, 2021 ATTACHMENT:Application, By-law SUBJECT: Zoning By-law Amendment Application ofTony Wall,on behalf of Dwight and Lydia Steven LOCATION: Part of Lot 21, Concession 3 (Pt. 13, 11R-8049)(Malahide) (Ward 4)(6242 Springfield Road) Recommendation: THAT Report No. DS-21-01Zoning By-law AmendmentApplication of Tony Wall,on behalf of Dwight and Lydia Steven AND THAT the Zoning By-law Amendment Application ofTony Wall,on behalf of Dwight and Lydia Steven,BE DENIED for the reasons set out in this Report. Background: The subject Zoning By-law Amendment Application submitted by Tony Wall, on behalf of the property owners,to permit a use described as The subject property is approximately 10.9hectares (26.9acres) in area, and has approximately 275metres(902feet) of frontage along the eastside of Springfield Road. The subject property is located just south ofthe hamlet of Mount Salem. There is an existing single-detached dwelling, a recently constructed accessory building (shop), and a storage building on the subject property. The subject property is surroundedby lands zoned for agriculturaluses. It is proposed that theuse wouldbe establishedand conductedin the existing 3,200 sq. ft. accessory building (shop) recently constructed on the subject property.Although the shop was not constructed for this purpose, the property owners 23 desire tomake the necessary building upgrades in order to conduct church services temporarily for a portion of the whole congregation that they belong to. Such use would occur only while public health restrictions are in place for social gatherings due to the COVID-19 pandemic; after such time it is proposed that the use wouldcease. Provincial Policy Statement (PPS) Policies of particular relevance in the review of the proposal include Sections 2.3.3 (permitted uses and activities inprime agricultural areas) and 2.3.6 (non-agricultural uses in prime agricultural areas).Such will be further discussedin the Comments/ Analysissection of this report below. County of ElginOfficial Plan The subject Agriculture Area Woodlands Petroleum Resources). In addition to the above, the subject property is identified as having frontage along a County Collector proposal (no seek to limit non-farm uses from occurring and directing those to settlement areas. Provided that the proposed use would indeed only be conducted on a short, temporary basis, it canbe considered that the Applicationdoes not conflict with the County of Elgin Official Plan. Malahide Official Plan The subject property is designatedAgriculture(Land Use Plan)and Provincially Significant (20+ ha)Woodlands,Hazard Lands,andWatercourseon 2(ConstraintsPlan). Similar to the County Official Plan above, no new development is proposed that would impactthe woodlotorwatercourse/hazard landson the property. The Agriculturedesignationalso seeks to direct non-farm and non-farm related uses to the settlement areas. Section 2.1.4,Secondary Uses and Agricultural Related Uses occur on farm properties. Such uses are intended to support and be accessory to a farm operation, and do not include institutional uses such as churches. The A- 8.15 of the Malahide Official Plan. Temporary Use By-laws may be passed to allow land, buildings and structures to be zoned fortemporary uses for renewable periods of up to three years. Suchby-laws may also beextended indefinitely, at the discretion of 24 Council, providing that each extension is enactedby anappropriately approved by-law pursuant to the Planning Act. Malahide Council has traditionally employed temporary use by-laws for mobile homes, however such by-laws can apply to broader situations that the Council deems appropriate.Further, temporary use by-laws should not be used where the proposed useis not permitted Malahide Zoning By-law No. 22-18 General Agricultural (A1) Zoneon Key Map 83of -law No. 22-18,and a portion of the subject Regulated Area General Agricultural (A1) Zonedoes not permit ato occur, and as such the Application proposes such to occur on the property through a temporary use by-law. Public/Agency Comments Received Notice of Public Meeting was given in accordance with Planning Act regulations. As of the date of writing this report, the following has been received: The Catfish Creek Conservation Authority(CCCA) (emaildated December 16, 2020)has advised that it hasno objections to the application. Southwestern Public Health (letter dated December 17, 2020) has advised that it has no objections to the application, provided thepublic facilityconformsto applicable regulatory requirements. hief and Chief Building Official attended the site along with the Applicant to discussed Building and Fire Code Requirements if approved. Their respective comments have been sent to the Applicant under separate cover. There have been no comments received from the general public as of the date of writing this report. Comments/Analysis: The Township Planner has reviewed the Applicationtogether withthe applicable policies and Planning Act legislation. The PPS defines On-farm diversified uses as follows: On-farm diversified uses: means uses that are secondary to the principal agricultural use of the property, and are limited in area. On-farm diversified uses include, but are not limited to, home occupations, home industries, agritourism uses, and uses that produce value-added agricultural products. Ground-mounted 25 solar facilities are permitted in prime agricultural areas, including specialty crop areas, only as on-farm diversified uses. It is the opinion of the Township Planner that the proposed use is not, and should not be On-farm diversified usein the PPS above, such uses are to be secondary to the principal agricultural use of the property.Although portions of the property are cultivated, the subject property does not contain a farm operation. In addition to the above, the Applicants have commissioned a letter in support of their application from Mr. David Roe, registered professional land-use planner. Mr. Roe advises in his letter that he is of the opinion that the proposal is consistent with the PPS. Minimum Distance Separation (MDS) Formulae and Guidelines, relief is given to allow churches andother institutional uses in the prime agricultural area for those communities reliant on horse- on horse-drawn transportation, but rather suggests relief should be granted only while restrictions are in place for social gatherings due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although theTownship Planner does not entirely disagree with the above rational given by Mr. Roe, the Township Planner is concerned that, giventemporary use by-laws do not provide relief from any applicable building, fire, or other applicable code requirements, the necessary upgrades needed to the shop and the property to conduct gatherings mayrequire substantial financial investment,and becomepermanent upgrades. Given thisneeded investment and improvement to the property, there could be expressed desire (by the property owners) to allow permanent non-farm uses to occur on this sitefollowing the pandemicon a permanent basis. The Township Planner agrees that this is a very unique proposal, and to a large extent the land-use planning policies that we have to evaluate proposals do not contemplate rare and wide spreading occurrences such as a global pandemic. If the proposed use indeed occurs on only a short-term temporary basis, much of the applicable policy can be considered satisfied. Notwithstanding, this proposal should still be evaluated on the basis of whether or not it is in the best interestof the community. The Councilshould consider and be cognizant that the proposal seeks to permit a new, albeit temporary gathering space during a critical time when social gatherings are being widely discouraged by governments and public health officials. Although it is recommended that the Application be denied, if the Council deems it appropriate to approve and allow the proposed use to occur,in addition to the proposal meeting all applicable fire/building code and health unit requirements,it is advisable that the Council stipulate in the temporary use by-law thatthe use, prior to any gatherings occurring, be subject to site plan control(being an executed site plan agreement)in accordance with Sections 8.16 and 8.16.1.2of the Malahide Official Plan. Subjecting the useto site plan control will ensure that such matters as on-site parking, emergency access route(s), and temporary washroom facilities,as well as any on-site 26 facilities to be establishedas per the above-noted fire/building code and health unit requirements,will be appropriately provided and addressed. It is also recommended that if the Application is approved, that the temporary use by- law be limited to a period of no more than twelve (12) months. Financial Implications to Budget: N/A. Relationship to Cultivating Malahide: The Cultivating MalahideIntegrated Community Sustainability Plan (ICSP) is based upon four pillars of sustainability: Our Land, Our Economy, Our Community, and Our Local Government. One of the goals that support te Submitted by:Approved by: Submitted by: Adam Betteridge, MCIP, RPP Director of Development Services (Township Planner) 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 LANDS SUBJECT TO TEMPORARY USE BY-LAW This is Schedule 'A' to By-Law No. 21-04 passed on the 7th day of January, 2021 DEPUTY MAYOR CAO/CLERK Map 81 Township of Malahide Comprehensive Zoning-Bylaw No.18-22 o SCHEDULE 'A' Metres Map 83 050100200 48 NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING CONCERNING A PROPOSED ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT IN THE TOWNSHIP OF MALAHIDE **REVISED** TAKE NOTICEthat the Township of Malahide has received a complete application for a proposed Zoning By-law Amendment. APPLICANT:Tony Wall, on behalf of Dwight & Lydia Steven,ownersof CON 3 S PT LOT 21 RP 11R8049,Township of Malahide. The lands affected by the amendment are known municipally as 6242 Springfield Road,situated on theeast side of Springfield Road south of Calton Line, as shown on the below key map. AND TAKE NOTICEthat the Council of the Corporation of the Township of Malahide will hold a virtual public meeting on Thursday, January 7th, 2021,at 7:30 p.m.attheMalahide Community Place,12105 Whittaker Road,Springfieldto consider a proposed Zoning By-law Amendment under Sections34and 39 of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990. THE PURPOSE AND EFFECTof this amendmentwill not change the zone classification of the subject lands shown on the below key map from its current he existing 3,200 sq. ft. accessory building (the shoplocated to the east/rear of the existing dwelling) located on the subject lands. The proposed Zoning By-law Amendment is being considered by Council on the basis of an application submitted on behalf of the property owners. The property owners are intending to make the necessary building upgrades in order to conduct church services in the shop temporarily for a portion of the whole congregation they belong to. Such use will occur only while public health restrictions are in place for social gatherings due to the COVID-19 pandemic; after such time the use will cease. ANY PERSONmay attend the virtual meeting and/or make written or verbal representation in support of or in opposition to the proposed amendment.The virtual public meeting will be available by clicking on the YouTube icon on thehomepage of www.malahide.ca.Persons wishing to make verbal statementsduring the virtual meetingare required to pre-register with the undersigned. IF ANY PERSON OR PUBLIC BODYdoes not make oral submissions at a public meeting, or make written submissions to the Council of the Corporation of the Township of Malahide before the by-lawis passed, the person or public body is not entitled to appeal the decision of the Council of the Corporation of the Township of Malahide to the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal.If a person or public body does not make oral submission at a public meeting, or make written submissions to the Township of Malahide before the by-law is passed, the person or public body may not be added as a party to the hearing of an appeal before the Local Planning Appeal Tribunalunless, in the opinion of the Tribunal,there are reasonable grounds to do so. IF YOU WISHto be notified of the adoption of the proposed amendment, or the refusal of a request to amend the Zoning By- law you must make a written request to the undersigned. ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONrelating to the proposed amendment may be obtained at the Township Office. th DATEDat the Township of Malahidethis 16day of December,2020. M. Casavecchia-Somers, CAO/Clerk Township of Malahide, 87 John Street, South, Aylmer, Ontario.N5H 2C3 519-773-5344 49 50 St. Thomas Site WoodstockSite Administrative Office 410 Buller Street 1230 Talbot Street Woodstock, ON St. Thomas, ONN4S4N2 N5P1G9 December 17, 2020 Michelle Casavecchia-Somers Township of Malahide 87 John Street South Aylmer, ON, N5H 2C3 Dear MichelleCasavecchia-Somers, RE:Zoning By-Law Amendment application; 6242 Springfield Road, Malahide This letter acknowledges receipt of the Zoning By-Law Amendment application of the 16thof December2020with reference to the above premises/property. Public Health reviews these applications using the best available evidence regarding land use planning, zoning, and health protection. Public Health has no objection to the content of the application as it currently stands. Should there be amendments to the application, please forward them to Public Health for further assessment. As the application is for a public facility, there may be relevant Public Health legislation applicable to the site. Applicants are to contact Southwestern Public Healthand any other relevant governing agencies upon amendment approval and prior to commencing operations to confirm regulatory compliance. Sincerely, Jessica Fiddy, MPH, CPHI (C) Public Health Inspector Disclaimer: These comments are provided by Southwestern Public Health (SWPH) at the request of the municipality with the decision-making power over this land use planning/zoning application.SWPH is not a decision maker on this application and its comments are made s impacts of this application and for no other purpose. www.swpublichealth.ca 2021 th 51 January 7 2021 Draft Budget Presentation to The Township of Malahide By: Christopher Wilkinson, General Manager 52 Vote March 11, 2021 2021 Budget Process Staff Presented Levy Options of 1% and 4.2% on October 14, 2020 with Board requesting staff to present a budget with a 3% levy increase (Motion # FA 109/2020)Board approves 2021 draft budget with 3% levy increase for 30 day Budget Circulation as per CA Levy Regulation beginning on December 2, 202030 day Municipal review period for presentations to council (We are Here) ends January 1, 2021.Additional budget review at January 28, 2021 Personnel Finance Meeting if requiredBoard of Directors Budget ••••• Step 1Step 2Step 3Step 4 - 483,405.29 (35% of total 53 n Provincial Operating Grants for 483,405.29 / 2= $241,702.65 i ($ 2021 mandatory programs & services - $200,500 of 2021 Budget Notes ) f $12,000 for delivery of Mandated Programs (Flood o andatory and non 2018: 11.95 / 100k2019: 12.48 / 100k2020: 13.01 / 100kLow thanks to profit from the Conservation Areas back to support m rogram areas –––– Continue the same or improved level of service for 2021Results in a taxpayer cost of $12.57 / $100,000 in Assessed valueLowest levy request in the ProvinceOverall adjustments to reflect anticipated time spent on various pIncrease Control Structures, Flood Forecasting and Warning, Ice Management, Plan Input and Review, Watershed Planning, Technical Studies, and Administration) are budgeted to cost $budget)Funding shortfall Mandated Programs in $41.214.50 •••••• WSIB) 54 ages w dministration A Management 2021 Budget Notes alance Watershed Stewardship o Employment Taxes (CPI, B t 147.27 Woodlot 2, $ 41,212.38 Balance $ 12,255.19 Balance Information & Education$ 7,211.82 Balance Tree Planting$ 400 $ $ 34,000 for new vehicle olicy. Using of $117,000 from reserves to balance 2021. nd implement safety measures = less $ to mandatory programs & services. –––––– 15% insurance increaseIncrease to Property TaxIncrease Increased Revenue to Conservation Areas to support vast increases in users aIncrease in technology and software licenses (GIS, remote access, security)No cost of living increase for staff Current budget replenishes admin reserve to required level based on board p4 years of reserves remaining at current reserve expense levels •••••••• plain updates for Port Bruce 55 Mandatory program - Flood - Implement in 2022 Budget including: 2022 Budget – over 20 years to update and fix SPW infrastructure. r Y ofit from SPW back into Springwater vs Flood Forecasting and r $100,000 / PWarning. Option to implement both a capital levy and an operational levy her a Mandatory or Non tewardship and Outdoor Education into Levy with an MOU ––– Agreements with municipalities for use of Levy dollars in eitSpecial Benefiting Levy FDC under NDMPMore complex planning and appeals processCapital Assets need repair/replacement. Option to include Non Mandatory Programs such as S Schedule 6 Bill 229 ••••• 56 Treasurer - Road, 9037 - For More Information 773 - 519 Springwater Christopher WilkinsonGeneral Manager / SecretaryCatfish Creek Conservation Authority8079 R.R.5, Aylmer, Ontario, N5H 2R4generalmanager@catfishcreek.ca Office: 57 Report toCouncil REPORT NO.:F20-15 DATE: December 11, 2020 ATTACHMENT:None SUBJECT:Emergency Services Activity Report -November Recommendation: THAT Report No. F20-15Emergency Services Activity Report Novemberbe received. Background: Fire Services Department Incidents In November2020, Malahide Fire Services responded to thirty-two (32) incidents as compared to twenty-seven (27)incidents in 2019, thirty-four (34) incidentsin 2018, thirty-five (35)incidents in 2017, twenty-two (22) incidents in 2016,andtwenty-two (22) incidents in 2015. Medical incidents accounted for approximately fifty (50%) of all Novemberincidents in 2020. The average age of persons requiring medicalresponse in November2020 was 50with a66/38 male/female ratio. Of the thirty-two (32) incidents inNovember2020, South Stationresponded to seventeen (17)incidents, Station #3 to four (4) incidents, and Station #4 to eleven (11) incidents. 58 November Incidents by Type November Incidents by Station Ћ А ЊЊ А ЉЊА ЊЏЍ CźƩĻa/ĻĭŷƓźĭğƌ wĻƭĭǒĻaĻķźĭğƌhƷŷĻƩ {ƚǒƷŷ {ƷğƷźƚƓ{ƷğƷźƚƓ ϔЌ{ƷğƷźƚƓ ϔЍ November Yearly Incident Comparison ЍЉ ЌЎ ЌЍ ЌЋ ЋА ЌЉ ЋЋЋЋ ЋЉ ЊЉ Љ ЋЉЋЉЋЉЊВЋЉЊБЋЉЊАЋЉЊЏЋЉЊЎ Department Responses Department protocols provide for response by additional Stations depending on the type of incident reported (e.g. MVC, structure fire, water rescue). Individual Station responses resulted in South Stationresponding to eighteen(18) incidents, Station #3to twelve(12)incidents, and Station #4 responding to fourteen(14) incidents. NovemberResponses by NovemberResponses by Station Type Џ А ЊЍ ЊБ ЊЍ ЊА ЊЋ Љ {ƚǒƷŷ {ƷğƷźƚƓ{ƷğƷźƚƓ ϔЌ{ƷğƷźƚƓ ϔЍ CźƩĻa/ĻĭŷƓźĭğƌ wĻƭĭǒĻaĻķźĭğƌhƷŷĻƩ 59 Responses Month to Month Comparison ЏЉ ЎЉ ЍЍ ЌВ ЌЏ ЌЍ ЍЉ ЋБ ЋЉ Љ ЋЉЋЉЋЉЊВЋЉЊБЋЉЊАЋЉЊЏЋЉЊЎ Fire Events Loss/Save There were two fire events in Novemberresultingin fire loss of $120,000.00 and fire save of $235,000.00. Fire Prevention The Octoberfire safety message of the month was . During this time of physical distances and the inability to congregate, the Fire Prevention Committee has been preparing and posting videos to their Association Facebook page and the Township website. Fire Safety Inspections In November2020,the Staff conductedthree (3)inspectionsand no orders for non- compliance wereissued. Station and Technical Training Station and monthly Technical Training has been reinstated. Topics for Novemberare First Aid refresher and Confined Space training. Training Revenue No external DZ training was provided in November2020. Ontario Police College To date in 2020,the Staff hastrained489Police Cadets. The current agreement with the Ontario Police College is that they will reimburse MalahideFire Service $2,000.00 per session as well as cover the cost of any equipment that is damaged during any presentation. OPC has been billed $2,000.00 for 1 sessions so far in 2020.Fire training atOPC is currently suspended due to COVID-19. The training sessionsat OPCscheduled to be held inMayand September2020were cancelled and will notbe rescheduledthis year. To date in 2020, theStaff have not filled anybottles for the OPC. 60 OPC Cadet Training -Year to OPC SCBA Cylinder Filling -Year Date Comparisonto Date БЉЉЉЌЉЉЉ υЏͲЉЉЉ͵ЉЉ υЏͲЉЉЉ͵ЉЉ υЋͲЉВВ͵ЉЉ ЏЉЉЉ ЋЉЉЉ υЊͲЎЎЍ͵ЉЉ υЊͲЍЉА͵ЉЉ υЌͲЉБЏ͵ЉЉ ЍЉЉЉ υЋͲЉВЏ͵ЉЉ υЋͲЉЉЉ͵ЉЉ υЏЍА͵ЍВ ЊЉЉЉ ЊЍЊЉ υЌБЎ͵ЉЉ ЊЉЉЉ ЋЉЉЉБЌЉ АЋЏ ЋЌЊ ЋЋЋ ЋЉЊ ЍАЎЍБВ АЊ ЎЎ ЉЉ υΏ Љ Љ ЋЉЋЉЋЉЊВЋЉЊБЋЉЊАЋЉЊЏЋЉЊЎ ЋЉЋЉЋЉЊВЋЉЊБЋЉЊАЋЉЊЏЋЉЊЎ Motor Vehicle Collision Revenues Malahide Fire Services responded to seven (7)motor vehicle collisions(MVC) in November.To date in 2020,we have invoiced$28,862.90for services provided to the MTO andto non-residents of Malahide Township(October2020incidents). Accident Invoices -Year υЏЉͲЉЉЉ͵ЉЉ υЎЌͲЎЋЍ͵ЍЏ υЎЉͲЉЉЉ͵ЉЉ υЌБͲЌЌБ͵ЉЉ υЌЋͲЏЋЊ͵ЉЉ υЍЉͲЉЉЉ͵ЉЉ υЌЉͲВЍЉ͵ЉЉ υЋБͲБЏЋ͵ВЉ υЋЏͲАЋВ͵ЉЉ υЌЉͲЉЉЉ͵ЉЉ υЋЉͲЉЉЉ͵ЉЉ υЊЉͲЉЉЉ͵ЉЉ υΏ ЋЉЋЉЋЉЊВЋЉЊБЋЉЊАЋЉЊЏЋЉЊЎ Burn Permits To date in 2020,the Staff have issued fourhundred and sixteen(428) burn permits. Burn Permits Issued -Year ЎЉЉ ЍЍВ ЍЍЏ ЍЋБ ЍЊА ЍЊЋ ЍЉЉ ЌЍБ ЌЉЉ ЋЉЉ ЊЉЉ Љ ЋЉЋЉЋЉЊВЋЉЊБЋЉЊАЋЉЊЏЋЉЊЎ General Automatic Aid Agreement(s) The Automatic Aid Agreement with Central Elgin was not activated inNovember2020. Mutual Aid Malahide Fire Services did not request Mutual Aid,nor wasMutual Aid providedin November. 61 Emergency Management Program Emergency Response The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has resultedinthe Municipality making a Declaration of Emergency on March21, 2020.While the Province of Ontario declared that some non-essential businesses wereto close, municipal operations, with the exception of parks and recreation, are considered essential services and thus, were continued throughout the pandemic. Administrative staff are working from home on a revolving basis to ensure that there is minimal interaction in the municipal office. Road staff have adjusted their schedule and have been split between the north and south shop to reduce interaction. In addition, they have been instructed to limit the number of persons in a vehicle and to wear a face covering when there is more than only have one person in a vehicle. Vehicles are being cleanedand disinfectedbefore and after each use. Staff are attending regular conference call updates from SouthwesternPublic Health to receive updates on the status of the pandemic and to receive advice on municipal operations under the current health emergency. We continue to monitor the situation and make necessary adjustments as warranted. We continue to answer all inquiries from the public as well as communicating regularly with our Amish and Mennonite communities. Meetings of the MECG(Municipal Emergency Control Group) have taken place as required. The ice-breakingcontract for 2021 has been awarded to Laemers Excavating for the use of a long arm excavator from January 1 to March 312021. The departure from the use of a drag line was researched and considered by the Director of Fire and Emergency Services as well asthe Director of Public Works and both are satisfied with the work plan put forward by Laemers Excavating. Public Education/Awareness Public Educators have continued to deliver fire prevention messaging through social media and our various web sites. Videos with key messaging have been created and posted as well as print messages.More holiday season videos are being created for posting to our various sites. Training Recruit training has continued with our cooperativegroup fire departments with modifications being made to class sizes, increased cleaning, social distancing and masking. All other specialized training typically conducted on weekends has been cancelled for the remainder of 2020. 62 Emergency Management Program Committee Next meeting TBD. 2020Program Compliance Activities EMPC Meeting Not required in 2020. ERP Review Completed October2020. Annual Exercise Not required in 2020. Malahide Flood Plan Review Completed October2020. Annual CCG Training Not required in 2020. All Emergency Management training, exercises,and meetings have beencancelled for 2020 due to the ongoing declared emergency throughout the province. Relationship to Cultivating Malahide: The Cultivating Malahide Integrated Community Sustainability Plan (ICSP) is based upon four pillars of sustainability: Our Land, Our Economy, Our Community, and Our Government. Community . By undertaking a long-range strategy, in consultation with the appropriate emergency services authorities, to identify resources required to optimize the provision of emergency services. Submitted by:Approved by: H. Brent Smith 63 Report toCouncil REPORT NO.:DS-21-02 DATE: January 7, 2021 ATTACHMENT:1) MEMO from MBPCdated December 16, 2020; and, 2) Elgin County Planning Report datedDecember 10, 2020entitled Request for Settlement Area Expansions County of Elgin SUBJECT:TOWNSHIP OF MALAHIDE OFFICIAL PLAN COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW& FIVE-YEAR UPDATE: STATUS REPORT Recommendation: THAT Report No. DS-21-02entitledTownship of MalahideOfficial Plan Comprehensive Review & Five-Year Update:Status Reportfor information. Background: In early 2019, theTownship Council commenced with the comprehensive review and update of its Official Plan. Given it has been nearly two years since the project started, this report, together with an Consultant,will provide a status and update for the In addition, this report will also provide commentarywith regard to the number of site- specificrequestsfrom Malahide landowners seekingto have their lands designated for future residential development. Comments/Analysis: This report will provide the Council with an update in two areas of the Official Plan review: 1) the status of the review as provided by the Consultant working on the review, and 2), how the Staff are receiving certain requests for possible new development lands and how they will be considered and evaluated. 64 1)Project Status Although anofficial plan reviewprocess is a significant municipal undertaking generally taking many monthsto complete,usually years when contentious coronavirus pandemic and the departure in the Summer of 2020 of the Services Director. Monteith Brown Planning Consultants(MBPC)is theplanning consultant retained by the Township to conduct the review. MBPC has provided the attached memorandum for the The Director of Development Services (Township Planner) is fully aware of the importance in completing the official plan in short order,and will work with assisting MBPC to move this project forwardexpeditiously. 2)Requests for Settlement Area Expansion The main purposeof a municipal official plan is to establish and set the land-use designations and policy framework in order to direct how land is to be used, including where (and how) growth and development is to occur, all in accordance . Given this, a large and critical component of any official plan review is consulting with the public, usually includingconsidering requests from owners of land seekingto have theirpropertiesincluded into various designated growth areas of the new/updated official plan.Such requests are generally referred to as As the Council is aware, the Township has received a number of such requests (less than twenty to date). Each individual request will be considered on its own merits by MBPC to complete the review and update, in consultation with the Township Staff. The County of Elgin has recently commenced its own review and update of the County Official Plan, and has received similar requests for settlement area expansions across the County, including Malahide. g Manager prepared a report for the County Councilconsideration. The report provides an informative -use planning system particularly as it pertains to settlement area expansions. Following the information. That report is provided as an attachment to this report. The Director of Development Services (Township Planner) has discussed the attached County report with the CountyPlanning Manager and concurs with the information provided. To summarize, the traditional PPS requirement for 65 municipalities to maintain a 20-year supply for residential development was increased to 25 years in the latest PPS update in early 2020 (the Province updates the PPS generally every 5 years). The report provided that the County hasmore than a sufficient supply of land when using the 20-year requirement (i.e. no settlement area expansion would be needed), but given the increase to 25 years, the County will assess how much land, if any, can be added. If adding lands is necessary, the report provides that the County wouldwork with the local municipalities to determine the appropriate location for these expansions, based on Provincial policy and County OP criteria. Notwithstanding the above County-wide assessment for residential land needs Consultant is currently undertaking an assessment scoped to Malahide to see how much land, if any, can be added here. If it is determined that no settlement area expansions are required, the Council canconduct adjustmentsof itsexisting settlement areas provided there would be no net increase in land, and the settlement areasto which lands would be redistributed to areappropriately serviced. Financial Implications to Budget: There is sufficient funding in the 2021 Budget toproceed with theTownship of Malahide Official Plan Comprehensive Review & Five-Year Update.The information provided in this status reportwill have no impact on the budget as previously adopted by the Council. Relationship to Cultivating Malahide: The Cultivating Malahide Integrated Community Sustainability Plan (ICSP) is based upon four pillars of sustainability: Our Land, Our Economy, Our Community, and Our Government. The Township of MalahideOfficial Plan is a critical policy document for our municipality. Reviewing and completing the update of the Official Plan, including the consultation with our community that has occurred to date and will continue, will meet many of the goals established under the four pillars of the ICSP noted above. Approved by: Submitted by: Adam Betteridge ,MCIP, RPP Director of Development Services (Township Planner) 66 67 68 REPORT TO COUNTY COUNCIL FROM:Nancy Pasato, Manager of Planning DATE:December 10, 2020 SUBJECT: Request for Settlement Area Expansions – County of Elgin RECOMMENDATION: THAT the report titled “Request for Settlement Area Expansions – County of Elgin” dated December 10, 2020from the Manager of Planning be received and filed. INTRODUCTION: County Council received a request fromHayhoeDevelopments Inc., dated November 2, 2020 with regards to the expansion of the Union Settlement Area. Staff offered to provide an information reporton the process with respect to these types of requests. DISCUSSION: The Provincial Policy Statement(PPS 2020) provides policy direction on matters of provincial interestrelated to land use planning and development. As a key part of Ontario’s policy-led planningsystem, the Provincial Policy Statement sets the policy foundation for regulating thedevelopment and use of land. “Settlement areas” are defined as urban areas and ruralsettlement areas within municipalities that arebuilt-up areas where development isconcentrated and which have a mix of landuses,and lands which have been designated in anofficial plan for development over the long-term planning horizon provided for in policy.Settlement areas shall be the focus of growth and development. Planning authorities are encouraged to permit and facilitate a range of housing options,including new development as well as residential intensification, to respond to current andfuture needs. Settlement Area expansions are subject to the policies of the PPS 2020. 69 A planning authority may identify a settlement area or allow the expansion of a settlementarea boundary only at the time of a comprehensive review. A comprehensive review means an official plan review which is initiated by a planning authority, or an official plan amendment which is initiated or adopted by a planning authority.One of the criteria for a comprehensive review is based on a review of population and employment projections and which reflect projections and allocations by upper-tier municipalities and provincial plans, where applicable. Where planning is conducted by an upper-tier municipality, the upper-tier municipality in consultation with lower-tier municipalities shall identify and allocate population, housing and employment projections for lower-tier municipalities, and identify areas where growth or development will be directed(PPS 1.2.4.). 9 settlement areas within the County The current County Official Plan (2013) identified4 of Elgin, with a totalof 700 hectares of land that were fully serviced in 2011. These lands alone could support considerably more population growththan what is projected for the County to 2031. There was also in excess of 1,000 hectares of potentially developable land in settlement areas on partial services (either municipal water or municipal sewer but not both) and within settlement areas that do not have any municipal sewer or water services(B. 2.4 a)) The current Official Plan and population numbers therefore do not support expansions to settlement areas. However, with the new PPS 2020 changes, a planning horizon of 25 years (as opposed to theprevious 20-year planning horizon) is to be considered. The County will be undertaking their required Official Plan review in 2021. As part of this process, staff will retain a consultant to review population projections, employment projections, and land needs assessment across the County. Once these revised figures have been derived, there may be opportunities for settlement expansions within municipalities.Once these numbers are known, the County will work with the local municipalities to determine the appropriate location for these expansions, based on Provincial policy and County OP criteria. The request for expansion in the Union Settlement area therefore is premature until such time as the County has updated the appropriate population and land needs information. This request, as well as any subsequent settlement area expansion requests to Council, shall be noted and forwarded to the Manager of Planning, to be reviewed and addressed after the appropriate updates to the land needs assessments are completed. 70 This report will be forwarded to all local municipalities as well as any landowners who make a request through County Council. FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS: Noneat this time. ALIGNMENT WITH STRATEGIC PRIORITIES: Serving ElginGrowing ElginInvesting in Elgin Ensuring alignment of Planning for and Ensuring we have the current programs and facilitating commercial, necessary tools, services with community industrial, residential, resources, and need.and agricultural growth. infrastructure to deliver programs and services now and in the future. Exploring different Fostering a healthy ways of addressing environment. Delivering mandated community need. programs and services Enhancing quality of efficiently and Engaging with our place. effectively. community and other stakeholders. LOCAL MUNICIPAL PARTNER IMPACT: All local municipalities are affected. COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS: This report can be sent to all local municipalities for their clarification. 71 CONCLUSION: The Manager of Planning has reviewed the request from Hayhoe Developments Inc., dated November 2, 2020with regards to the expansion ofthe Union Settlement Area. Based on current OP figures, expansions to settlement areas are not supported. However, the County will, through the OP Review 2021 retain a consultant to review population projections, employment projections, and land needs assessment across the County. Once these revised figures have been derived, there may be opportunities for settlement expansions within municipalities. Once these numbers are known, the County will work with the local municipalities to determine the appropriate locationfor these expansions, if necessary, based on Provincial policy and County OP criteria. All of which is Respectfully Submitted Approved for Submission Julie Gonyou Nancy Pasato Chief Administrative Officer Manager of Planning 72 Report to Council REPORT NO.:FIN-21-01 DATE: January 4, 2021 ATTACHMENT:Draft Malahide Water Budget 2021 and User Fee Schedule SUBJECT: Draft Malahide Water 2021 Budget and User Fee Schedule Recommendation: THAT Report No. FIN21-01Draft Malahide Water 2021 Budgetand User Fee Schedulebe received; AND THAT the Draft Malahide Water 2021 Budget and the User Rates for 2021be approved; AND THAT the Municipal Staff be authorized to carry out the administrative acts necessary to implement such budget and user rates as approved. Background: The Malahide tertiary water supply system provides water to the residents of Malahide through one of three systems: Port Burwell Area Secondary Water Supply System, Aylmer Area Water Supply System,System, depending ,all residents receive water treated from the Elgin Primary Water System. Water rates are establishedannuallyby by-law to meet projected operating expenditures and fund lifecycle capital needs. The Draft 2021 Budget and User Fees are presented to the Council for approval. Comments/Analysis: The attached Draft 2021Operating and Capital Budgets and the User Fees have been developed using information from studies, and maintenance and capital projects planned or expected by OCWA and Township staff. 73 The Water Study in 2014 noted current customers and forecasted growth as follows: Service AreaExisting CustomersGrowth Forecast (2013)(2014-2022) Malahide South46145 West of Aylmer540 East of Aylmer784 Total59349 In 2020, there are 637, which is close to the forecast. The proposed 2021 water rate, as recommended in the Water Rate Study, is: $75.40 base rate (quarterly)and $4.34 metered charge(per cubic meter). Financial Impact: Based on estimates and information at this time, the projected revenues should be sufficient to meet the projected expensesandbuild reserves to financelifecycle needs. Watson & Associates presented an Asset Management Plan and Water Rate Studyin January 2014, covering operations, capital, and proposed water rates for 10 years. This was reviewedby TownshipAsset Management Plan. Condition Assessments and risk of failure analysis were conducted duringthose reviews and the following assets/categories were identified / revised as priorities: Priorities Based on Asset Risk Asset/CategoryDescriptionRiskPlanned Action Mediumshort term capital. Water MainsDexter Line Low2018 AMP: This is managed through the PBAWSS. FacilitiesCopenhagen 2014 AMP: Included in short term capital. Booster Station High component 2018 AMP: A new pump was installed in replacementMedium2016 and rebuilt pump put on standby in the event of a pump failure. Other components require upgrading to make the station and overall water system more efficient. Risk is reduced to Medium. Water MainsTalbot Line EastMedium/HighAdded in 2018 AMP: Rehabilitation in the short-term. This is an asbestos/cement main that has had two main breaks in the 74 Asset/CategoryDescriptionRiskPlanned Action past few years. Appurtenances are aging and poorly designed. Water MainsSpringfield (new Medium/HighAdded in 2018 AMP: New construction in line)the short-term. Extension of water main from Aylmer Area Secondary Water System, inclusive of a new water tower to pressurize the system and provide adequate fire protection. The Dexter line water main and related infrastructure is managed through the secondary water system, with a portion of the costs applicable to the Malahide tertiary water system. Significant work was completed in 2016, resulting in the risk factor improving to lowfrom medium. The Copenhagen Booster Station risk factor has dropped from highto medium as a result of the new pump installed in 2016. Other upgrades are planned to further improve the risk rating. The rehabilitationwork for the Talbot Line East main water line is identified as medium/highrisk due to the age and design. Repairs have been undertaken as needed while the project is discussed with the Ministry of Transportation Staffto arrive at a financially feasible solution. The recommendationfor the new water line for Springfield was reiterated in the Service Delivery Review report. Accordingly the Council has approved moving forward with a feasibility study in 2021 and further action will be subject to the findings and recommendations of that study. Relationship to Cultivating Malahide: The Cultivating Malahide Integrated Community Sustainability Plan (ICSP) is based upon four pillars of sustainability: Our Land, Our Economy, Our Community, and Our Government. One of the goals that supports Embody\[ing\] Financial Efficiency through Decision MakingThe establishment of the financial plan and approval of the 2021Budget and User Rates By-law helps meet this goal. Submitted by:Approved by: Chief Administrative Officer /Clerk Director of Finance /Treasurer Matt Sweetland Director of Public Works 75 76 77 78 TO BY-LAW NO. 15-71 (AMENDED) Water Rates ITEM201920202021 Base Charge (s.128)Quarterly$69.70$72.50$75.40 Annual$278.80$290.00$301.60 Consumption Charge (per cubic meter)Per $3.72$4.02$4.34 (s.120, s.128, s.129, s.130)cubic meter Water Impost Fees ITEM201920202021 $6,802.22$7,006.28$7,216.48 New Connection on existing Water mainplus the plus the cost plus the cost of the of the cost of the $6,225.00 per connectionas of 2016, indexed at 3% service service service annuallythereafter, plus the costof the service connection connection connection connection to the water main. to the to the waterto the watermain.water main.main. Other Water related ServiceFees ITEM201920202021 Hydrant ConnectionPermit (Bulk Use) The applicant will be invoiced for the difference $80.00 $80.00 daily $80.00 between the actual cost incurred and the deposit. If daily fee fee plus a daily fee the deposit exceeds the actual costs, a refund will plus a deposit of plus a be made. Full cost recovery shall be based on deposit of $350.00.deposit of municipal staff time and associated costs. The cost $350.00.$350.00. of the water purchased is an additional cost, see above. (s.94, s.110(e)) Water Meter Assembly (s.108, $525.00$525.00$525.00 s.110)plus HSTplus HST for plus HST for meters meters for meters & Full Full Cost Full Cost Cost Recovery for Recovery Recovery meters for meters for meters 79 ITEM201920202021 larger larger than larger than New Water connection to inspect from curb stop to house$275.00$275.00$275.00 Water Frost Plates$15.00$15.00$15.00 plus HSTplus HSTplus HST Connection to waterline where a line tap is required. The applicant will be invoiced for the difference$275.00$275.00$275.00 between the actual cost incurred and the deposit. If plusplus Deposit plus the deposit exceeds the actual costs, a refund will Deposit of of Deposit of be made. Full costrecovery shall be based on $3,000.00.$3,000.00.$3,000.00. municipal time andassociated costs. (s.31). Water Meter Testing whenno problem discovered. The applicant will be invoiced for the difference $140.00 $140.00 $140.00 between the actual cost incurred and the deposit. If plus aplus a plus a the deposit exceeds the actual costs, a refund will deposit of deposit of deposit of be made. Full cost recovery shall be based on $100.00.$100.00.$100.00. municipal time and associated costs. Voluntary Shut Off/On exceeding 1 per year There is one free voluntary shut off/on per year. $50.00$50.00$50.00 Each request thereafter is $50.00. Water Service Reconnection includes reconnection after shut off for non-$60.00$60.00$60.00 compliance and/or non-payment (s.83, s.91, s.138) Water Disconnection and Inspection$100.00 $100.00 $100.00 The applicant will be invoiced for the difference plus a plus a plus a between the actual costincurred and the deposit. If deposit of deposit of deposit of the deposit exceeds the actual costs, a refund will $1,000.00.$1,000.00.$1,000.00. be made. Full cost recovery shall be based on municipal time and associated costs(s.84, s.85, s.86, s.90) Water Meter Maintenance or Replacement The Township will be responsible for normal testing and repairs to maintain water meters in good operating condition. Full Cost Full Cost Full Cost The cost to repair water meters damaged by RecoveryRecoveryRecovery freezing, vandalism or wilful neglect will be the responsibility of the property owner(s.120) Repair to replace curb stop and drain valve(when Full Cost Full Cost Full Cost damaged by abutting property resident)RecoveryRecoveryRecovery Service Calls: To Read Meter and/or Attend Property Any additional reads other than the regular meter $50.00$50.00$50.00 reading for quarterly or final billing purposes (s.129) Any concerns that require attending the property such as water quality, pressure, billing and other. 80 Administration Fees ITEM201920202021 Transfer to Taxes:$25.00$25.00$25.00 Administration Fee for all water accounts left unpaid after the second consecutive billing, and transferred to the corresponding tax account.(s.135) Penalty Utilities5%5%5% Imposed on first day of default(s.133) 81 Report toCouncil REPORT NO.:FIN 21-02 DATE: January 4, 2020 ATTACHMENT:Draft Malahide Sewer System2021Budget Draft User Fee SUBJECT:Draft Malahide Sewer System 2021Budget and User Fee Recommendation: THAT Report No. FIN 20-02enDraft Malahide Sewer System 2021Budget and User Feebe received; AND THAT the draft Malahide Sewer System budget and user fee for 2021be approved; AND THATtheMunicipal Staff be authorized to carry out the administrative acts necessary to implement suchbudget and user feesas approved. Background: The Township of Malahide provides sanitary sewer system service to the community of Springfield as a stand alone self-fundedservice. Sewer rates are established annually byby-law to meet projected operating expendituresand fund lifecycle capital needs. The Draft 2021 Budget and User Fees are presented to the Council for approval. Comments/Analysis: The attached Draft 2021Operating and Capital Budgets and the User Fees have been developed using information from studies, and maintenance and capital projects planned or expected by OCWA and Township Staff. 82 The Wastewater Study in 2014 noted current customers and forecasted growth as follows: Existing Growth Service AreaCustomers Forecast (2013)(2014-2022) Residential25718 Non Res (Residential 220 Equivalent) Total Residential Equivalent27918 In 2020, there are 300 which is close to the forecast. Following the recommendations of the Wastewater Study, the budgeted 2021rate is $270.15 (quarterly). Financial Impact: Based on estimates and information available at this time, the projected revenues should be sufficient to meet the projected expensesandtypical lifecycle replacement needs or any unexpected critical breakdowns. Watson & Associates had completed an Asset ManagementPlan with the Wastewater Study which was reviewed in Asset Management Plan. Condition Assessments and risk of failure analysis were conducted during those reviews and the following assets/categories were identified / revised as priorities: Priorities Based on Asset Risk Asset/CategoryDescriptionRiskPlanned Action 2014 AMP: Included in short term capital. High Pumping Station Facilities2018 AMP: SCADA SCADA Lowreplaced in 2016. Risk reduced to Low. FacilitiesPumping Station 2014 AMP: Replacement Process Highin the short to medium Mechanical/Electrical term. (OPC) Extreme/High2018 AMP: The condition of this pumping station continues to deteriorate. Full replacement is now 83 Asset/CategoryDescriptionRiskPlanned Action being contemplated. Risk increased to Extreme/High. FacilitiesPumping Station 2014 AMP: Not identified Process as an asset at risk. Mechanical/Electrical (Springfield)Low/Medium2018 AMP: The condition of this pumping station is fair to good; however, upgrades will be required in conjunction with the replacement of the OPC Pumping Station. The SCADA virtualization project was completed in 2016, resulting in the risk factor reducing to low from high. A software upgrade was completed in 2020. The OPC pumping station identified above as extreme/high risk has undergone a full replacement at a total project cost of nearly $3 million. As previously indicated,the Township Staff have been in communication with the Provincial Government for transfer of ownership. The Township is expected to share the capital replacement costs and has obtainedgrant funding of $618,614 under the OCIF application based program in 2017, subject to the transfer of ownership to the Townshipprior to the grant deadlineof March 31, 2021.This expenseis included in the proposed budget, however, the Council will be provided with the final cost including funding sources once negotiations with the Province are complete. The mechanical / electrical work at the Springfield station was planned for 2020 and is expected to be completed in 2021. Relationship to Cultivating Malahide: The Cultivating Malahide Integrated Community Sustainability Plan (ICSP) is based upon four pillars of sustainability: Our Land, Our Economy, Our Community, and Our Government. One of the goals that supports Embody\[ing\] Financial Efficiency through Decision MakingThe establishment of this budget and user ratesis in keeping with this objective. 84 Submitted by:Approved by: Chief Administrative Officer / Clerk Director of Finance / Treasurer 85 86 87 88 TO BY-LAW NO. 18-81 Sewer Rates ITEM201920202021 Single Family DwellingAnnual$984.61$1,031.50$1,080.63 Quarterly$246.15$257.87$270.15 Single Commercial UnitAnnual$984.61$1,031.50$1,080.63 Quarterly$246.15$257.87$270.15 Duplex or two houses on one Annual$1,969.21$2,062.99$2,161.24 account Quarterly$492.30$515.75$540.31 Two apartments or Annual$1,004.28$1,052.11$1,102.21 Commercial/ Residential Combination Quarterly$251.07$263.03$275.55 Three apartments or Annual$1,506.42$1,578.16$1,653.32 Commercial/ Residential Combination Quarterly$376.61$394.54$413.33 Four apartments or Annual$2,008.55$2,104.21$2,204.42 Commercial/ Residential Combination Quarterly$502.14$526.05$551.10 Six apartments or Commercial/ Annual$3,012.83$3,156.31$3,306.63 Residential Combination Quarterly$753.21$789.08$826.66 Large User (Malahide Annual$3,938.43$4,126.00$4,322.50 Community Place and Springfield Public School) * Quarterly$984.61$1,031.50$1,080.62 The large user rate is four times the single family dwelling rate. 89 Wastewater Impost Fees ITEM201920202021 Each lot created by consent $686.39 $700.12 $714.12 subsequent to the passage of plus $2,760.00. plus $2,760.00. plus $2,760.00. by-law 02-30 that lies Payment in full Payment in full Payment in full adjacent to the sewer works.shall be made shall be made shall be made prior to the prior to the prior to the $500.00 to be increased 2% creation of the lot.creation of the lot.creation of the lot. annually as of January 1, 2003 of each year thereafter plus $2,760.00. Payment in full shall be made prior to the creation of the lot. Each lot created by $686.39 $700.12 $714.12 registered plan of subdivision plus a negotiated plus a negotiated plusa negotiated or consent subsequent to the impost sewer rate impost sewer rate impost sewer rate passage of by-law 02-30 that per lot that shall per lot that shall per lot that shall requires an extension of the not exceed not exceed not exceed sewage works.$2,760.00 per lot. $2,760.00 per lot. $2,760.00 per lot. Payment in full Payment in full Payment in full $500.00 as of January 1, shall be made shall be made shall be made 2003 to be increased 2% prior to the prior to the prior to the annually thereafter plus a creation of the lot.creation of the lot.creation of the lot. negotiated impost sewer rate per lot that shall not exceed $2,760.00 per lot. Payment in full shall be made prior to the creation of the lot. Miscellaneous Wastewater Fees ITEM201920202021 New Private Sewer Connection$275.00$275.00$275.00 to inspect from Stub to house. Unblock Residential Sewer, $150.00 plus $150.00 plus $150.00 plus during working hoursdeposit of deposit of deposit of $500.00. The $500.00. The $500.00. The applicant will be applicant will be applicant will be invoiced for the invoiced for the invoiced for the difference difference difference between the between the between the actual cost actual cost actual cost incurred and the incurred and the incurred and the 90 ITEM201920202021 deposit. If the deposit. If the deposit. If the deposit exceeds deposit exceeds deposit exceeds the actual costs, a the actual costs, a the actual costs, refund will be refund will be a refund will be made. made. made. Unblock Residential Sewer, $225.00 plus $225.00 plus $225.00 plus after hoursdeposit of deposit of deposit of $500.00. The $500.00. The $500.00. The applicant will be applicant will be applicant will be invoiced for the invoiced for the invoiced for the difference difference difference between the between the between the actual cost actual cost actual cost incurred and the incurred and the incurred and the deposit. If the deposit. If the deposit. If the deposit exceeds deposit exceeds deposit exceeds the actual costs, a the actual costs, a the actual costs, refund will be refund will be a refund will be made. made. made. New Sewer Stub Installation$275.00 plus $275.00 plus $275.00 plus deposit of deposit of deposit of $10,000.00. The $10,000.00. The $10,000.00. applicant will be applicant will be The applicant invoiced for the invoiced for the will be invoiced difference difference for the between the between the difference actual cost actualcost between the incurred and the incurred and the actual cost deposit. If the deposit. If the incurred and the deposit exceeds deposit exceeds deposit. If the the actual costs, a the actual costs, a deposit exceeds refund will be refund will be the actual costs, made. Full cost made. Full cost a refund will be recovery shall be recovery shall be made. Full cost based on based on recovery shall municipal time municipal time be based on and associated and associated municipal time costs. costs. and associated costs. 91 Administration Fees ITEM201920202021 Transfer to Taxes$25.00 $25.00 $25.00 Administration fee for all wastewater accounts left unpaid after the second consecutive billing to be transferred to the corresponding tax account.(s.135) Penalty -Utilities5% imposed on first 5% imposed on first 5% imposed on first day of default(s.133)day of default(s.133)day of default(s.133) 92 January 4, 2021 Steve Gibson County of Elgin Via Email: sgibson@elgin.ca RE:Temporary Bridge in Port Bruce North Erie Marina As you are aware, I am the Lawyer for the owners of North Erie Marina. I am writing regarding removal of the temporary boat launchrampauthorized by the County of Elgin. You will recall that the temporary boat launch ramp was licensedfor the exclusive use of North Erie Marina within its operationsto mitigate the expected damages North Erie Marina would experience pending construction of the new bridge.At the time, my Clients were assured that the temporary launch ramp would be removed upon construction of the new bridge, as this was a requirement of the Ministry of Natural Resourcesand would also allow my Client to resume its regular operations. Elgin County and requested that the temporary launch ramp remain in place for the use of kayakers and non power boat operators. My Client has also learned that a Council Member of Malahide Township is proposing that thelaunchramp remain open, becoming in effect a permanent launch ramp to be run by the Municipality or alternatively gifted to the Catfish Creek Conservation Authority. As I am sure you can appreciate, retaining this launch ramp as a permanent structure and business to be run by the municipality or theConservation Authorityin direct competition with North Erie Marina would fly in the face oftheAgreementwith my Client. The clearly stated intent of the Agreement was to provide this temporary rampfor the exclusive use of my Clientbusiness damages.Toproceed in this fashion BAROUDI LAW PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION Tel: (519)438-3776 Fax: (519)432-6707 analee@baroudilaw.ca 93 wouldnot be in good faith on the part of the County damages dramatically.My Clients would be forced to pursue all legal remedies available. I ask that this letter be placed before County Council at its next meeting so that Council is fully ion. thatTownship Council be made aware of this letter at their next Council meeting. Yours Truly, BAROUDI LAW Analee J.M. Baroudi Lawyer c.c. Township of Malahide BAROUDI LAW PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION Tel: (519)438-3776 Fax: (519)432-6707 analee@baroudilaw.ca 94 THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF MALAHIDE BY-LAW NO. 21-01 Being a by-law to authorize temporary borrowing from time to time to meet current expenditures during the fiscal year ending December 31,2021. WHEREASSection 407 of theMunicipal Act, 2001, as amended, provides authority for a Council by by-law to authorizethe Head of Council or the Treasurer or both of them to borrow from time to time, such sums as the Council considers necessary to meet, until taxes are collected and other revenues are received,the expenses of the municipality for the year, whether or not they are expenses for the year, that the municipality requires in the year; AND WHEREASthe total amount which may be borrowed from all sources at any one time to meet the current expenditures of the Municipality, except with the approval of the Municipal Board, is limited by Section 407 of the Municipal Act, 2001; NOW THEREFORE the Council of The Corporation of the Township of MalahideHEREBYENACTS AS FOLLOWS: 1.The Head of Council orthe Treasurer or both of them are hereby authorized to borrow from time to time during the fiscal year (hereinafter referred to as the current year),until the taxes are collected and other revenues are received, such sums as may be necessary to meetthe expenses of the municipality for the year and of the amounts, whether or not they are expenses for the year, that the municipality requires in the year for, a.reserve, sinking and retirement funds; b.principal and interest due on any debt ofthe municipality; c.school purposes; d.other purposes the municipality is required by law to provide for; and e.theamount of principal and interest payable by a person or municipality primarily liable for a debt, if the municipality has guaranteed the debt and the debt is in default. 2.The lender(s) from whom amounts may be borrowed under authority of this by-law shall be Royal Bank of Canada and such other lender(s) as may be determined from time to time by by-law of Council. 3.Except with the approval of the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal, the total amount borrowed at any one time plus any outstanding amounts of principal borrowed and accrued interest shall not exceed a.from January 1 to September 30 of the current year, 50 percent of the totalestimated revenues of the Municipality as set out in the budget adopted for the current year, and b.from October 1to December 31 of the current year, 25 percent of the total of the estimated revenues of the Municipality as set out in the budgetadopted for the current year, 4.The Treasurer shall, at the time when any amount is borrowed under this by- law, ensure that the lender is or has been furnished with a certified copy of this by-law, (a certified copy of the resolution mentioned in section 2 determining the lender,) if applicable, and a statement showing the nature and amount of the estimated revenues for the current yearandalso showing 95 By-law No. 21-01 Page 2 the total of any other amounts borrowed from any and all sources under authority of section 407 of the Municipal Act that have not been repaid. 5.If the budget for the current year has not been adopted at the time an amount is borrowed under this by-law, the limitations as set out in Section 3 of this by-law, shall be calculated for the time being upon the estimated revenues of the Municipality as set forth in the estimates adopted for the next preceding year, less all revenues received for and on account of the current year. 6.If the budget for the current year has been not been adopted at the time an amount is borrowed under this by-law, the statement furnished under section 4 shall show the nature and amount of the estimated revenues ofthe Municipality as set forth in the budget adopted for the current year and the nature and amount of the revenues received for and on account of the current year. 7.For purposes of this by-law the estimated revenues referred to in section 3,4,and 5 do not include revenues derivable or derived from, a) any borrowing, including through any issue of debentures; b) a surplus, including arrears oftaxes, fees or charges; or c) a transfer from the capital fund, reserve funds or reserves. 8.The Treasurer be and is hereby authorized and directed to apply in payment of all or, any sums borrowed under this by-law, together with interest thereon, all or any of the moneys hereafter collected or received, either on account of or realized in respect of the taxes levied for the current year and previous years or from any other source, that may be lawfully applied for such purpose. 9.Evidences of indebtedness in respect of borrowings made under section 1 shall be signed by the head of the council orconform to the treasurer or both of them. 10.The Bank shall not be responsible for establishing the necessity of temporary borrowing under this by-law or the manner in which the borrowing is used. 11.This by-law shall take effect on the day of passing and may be cited as the 2021Temporary Borrowing By-l th READaFIRSTandSECONDtime this 7day of January, 2021. th READaTHIRDtime and FINALLY PASSEDthis 7day of January, 2021. ______________________________ Mayor -D.Mennill ______________________________ Clerk -M. Casavecchia-Somers 96 THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF MALAHIDE BY-LAW NO. 21-02 Being a By-law to provide for an interim tax levy fortheyear 2021for all property classes. WHEREASSection 317(1)of the Municipal Act, S.O. 2001, c. 25as amended, requires that the Council of a local municipality, before the adoption of the estimates for the year under section 290, may pass a By-law levying amounts on the assessment of property in the local municipality rate-able for local municipality purposes; AND WHEREAS Section 317(2) of the Municipal Act, S.O. 2001, c. 25as amended, requires that a By-law under subsection (1) shall be passed in the year that the amounts are to be levied or may be passed in November or December of the previous year if it provides that it does not come into force until a specified day in the following year; AND WHEREASthe Council of The Corporation of the Township of Malahide deems it expedient to provide for such interim levy on the assessment of property in this municipality; NOW THEREFOREthe Council of The Corporation of the Township of Malahide HEREBY ENACTS AS FOLLOWS: 1.THAT the amounts levied shall be as follows: a.the percentage prescribed by the Minister under section 317(3) of the Municipal Act, 2001; or b.50% if no percentage is prescribed, Ofthe total taxes for municipal and school purposes levied on the property in the year 2021. 2.THAT for the purposes of calculating the total amount of taxes for the year 2021 under Paragraph 1, if any taxes for municipal and school purposes were levied on a property for only apart of 2021because assessment was added to the 2021, an amount shall be added equal to the additional taxes that would have been levied on the property if taxes for municipal and school purposes had been levied for the entire year. 3.THAT the said interim tax levy for all property classes shall become due and payable in two installments as follows: th a.50% of the interim levy shall become due and payable on the 15day of March, 2021; and 97 By-law No. 21-02 Page 2 th b.Thebalance of the interim levy shall become due and payable on the 15 day of June, 2021. 4.THAT non-payment of the amount on the dates stated in accordance with this section shall constitute default. 5.THAT there shall be imposed on all taxes a penalty for non-payment or late payment of taxes in default of the installment dates set out above. The penalty shall be one and one-quarter percent (1.25%) of the amount in default on the first day of default and on the first day of each calendar monthduring which the default continues, but not after the end of 2021. 6.THAT on all other taxes in default on January 1, 2021, interest shall be added at the rate of one and one-quarter percent (1.25%) per month or fraction thereof. 7.THAT penalties and interest added on all taxes of the interim tax levy in default shall become due and payable and shall be collected forthwith as if the same had originally been imposed and formed part of such unpaid interim tax levy. 8.THAT a failure to receive the aforesaid notice in advance of the date for payment of the interim levy or any installment, does not affect the timing of default or the date from which interest shall be imposed. 9.THAT the Treasurer of the Township of Malahide may accept part payment on account of any taxes due, but such acceptance shall not affect interest or penalty imposed and collected under section 4 of this By-law in respect of non-payment or late payment of any taxes or any installment of taxes. 10.THAT the Treasurermay mailor e-mailor cause the same to be mailed or e- mailed to the person or to the residence or place of business of such person indicated on the last revised assessment roll, a written or printed notice specifying the amount of taxes payable. The notice shall contain the particulars provided for in this By-law and the information required to be entered in the Municipal Act, 2001. 11.THAT taxes are payable at the Township of Malahide Municipal Office located at 87 John Street South, Aylmer, Ontario; at most financial institutions; by telephone banking; or by internet banking, by the person charged with such payment or their authorized designate. 12.THAT the subsequent levy for the year 2021to be made under the Municipal Act, 2001, shall be reduced by the amount to be raised by the levy imposed by this By-law. 13.THAT nothing in this By-law shall prevent the Treasurer from proceeding at any time with the collection of any tax, or any part thereof, in accordance with the provisions of the statute and by-laws governing the collection of taxes. 98 By-law No. 21-02 Page 3 14.THAT any By-law or By-laws, or parts of any By-law or By-laws,that are inconsistent with this By-law are hereby deemed repealed. 15.THAT this By-law comes into force and takes effect on the final passing thereof. th READaFIRSTandSECONDtime this 7day of January, 2021. th READaTHIRDtime and FINALLY PASSEDthis 7day of January, 2021. __________________________ Mayor, D. Mennill __________________________ Clerk, M. CasavecchiaSomers 99 THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF MALAHIDE BY-LAW NO.21-05 Being a By-law to adopt the 2021Budget for the Corporation of the Township of Malahide. WHEREASthe Council of The Corporation of the Township of Malahide in accordance with the provisionsof Section 312 of the Municipal Act, 2001, c. 25, has prepared and provisionally adopted the estimates of all sums required during the Year 2021for the purposes of the Municipality, including the sums required by law to be provided for School purposes and County purposes for the Year2021; NOW THEREFOREthe Council of The Corporation of the Township of Malahide HEREBY ENACTS AS FOLLOWS: 1.THAT the 2021Budget as per Schedule Aattached hereto which incorporates estimates for revenues and expenditures be approved and adopted by the Council. 2.sapart of this By-law. 3.THAT this By-law shall come into force and take effect on the final date of passing thereof. th READaFIRSTandSECONDtime this 7day of January, 2021. th READaTHIRDtime and FINALLY PASSEDthis 7day of January, 2021. __________________________ Mayor,D.Mennill __________________________ Clerk, M. Casavecchia-Somers 100 TOWNSHIPOF MALAHIDE SCHEDULE-LAW 21-05 2021BUDGET w99b 9{ υ 9–t9b5L w9{ υ Taxation $8,481,814 Taxation $0 Other Revenue $1,044,300 Other Revenue $0 $60,000$286,936 Governance Governance $75,308$1,094,764 Administration Administration Fire $85,040 Fire $936,427 $272,000$219,074 Building Building $42,920$39,893 Animal Control Animal Control Conservation $0.00 Conservation $159,879 $20,000.00$1,084,357 Policing Policing $30,000.00$11,915 POA POA Emergency Management $2,300.00 Emergency Management $97,104 $241,030$595,604 Waste Waste $27,160$13,501 Library Library Community Grants $0.00 Community Grants $24,625 $21,500$21,193 Ball Diamond Ball Diamond $7,000$3,572 Concession Booth Concession Booth Community Centres $44,650 Community Centres $329,077 $0$295,000 East Elgin Community Complex East Elgin Community Complex $2,000$114,688 Parks Parks Cemetery $2,000.00 Cemetery $45,683 $33,200$101,010 Planning Planning $50,000$51,422 GIS GIS Economic Development $0 Economic Development $36,767 $23,000$92,913 Drainage Drainage $231,720$3,448,627 Roads Roads Streetlights & Sidewalks $51,374 Streetlights & Sidewalks $58,421 $774,410$769,410 County Roads County Roads $532,965$2,213,829 Transfer to Reserve Transfer to Reserve Capital Funding (Reserves & Other) $2,438,000 Capital Projects & Purchases $2,448,000 Total Revenues $14,593,691 Total Expenditures $14,593,691 101 THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF MALAHIDE BY-LAW NO. 21-06 Being a By-law to -law No. 17-31 insofar as it establishesFire and Emergency Services fees and charges. WHEREASSection 2of the Fire Protection and Prevention Act, 1997, S.O. 1977 c.4, as amended, authorizes a municipality to establish a Fire Department to provide firefighting and fire protection services and for participating in an emergency fire services program; AND WHEREASThe Corporation of the Township of Malahide has established a Fire Department to deliver firefighting and related emergency services together with fire protection services; AND WHEREASSection 291 of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25, as amended,authorizes a municipality by by-law to impose fees or charges on any class of persons for services or activities provided or done by or on behalf of the municipality ding property under is control; AND WHEREASthe Council of The Corporation of the Township of Malahide enacted By-law No. 17-31respecting the Fire and Emergency Services Fees and Charges for the Township of Malahide; AND WHEREAS the Council of The Corporation of the Township ofMalahide deems it expedient to amend By-law No. 17-31insofar as itprescribes fees for various Fire and Emergency Services; NOW THEREFOREthe Council of The Corporation of the Township ofMalahide HEREBY ENACTS AS FOLLOWS: 1. THAT Schedule "A" to By-law No. 17-31insofar as it prescribes fees for various Fire and Emergency Services, be and the same is hereby replaced in its entirety with the Schedule "A"attached hereto. 2. THAT any other by-laws or provisions in other by-laws found to be inconsistent with this By-law are hereby deemed to be repealed. 3. THAT this By-law shall come into force and take effect onthe final passing thereof. th READ aFIRSTandSECOND timethis7day ofJanuary, 2021. th READ aTHIRD time andFINALLY PASSED this 7day of January,2021. ____________________________________ Mayor D. Mennill ____________________________________ Clerk M. Casavecchia-Somers e Fee 2 from time 202 Current hourly rate as established by MTOto time for response(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from timto time for response)(Current hourly rate as from time 2021 Fee Current hourly rate as established by MTOto time for response(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from time to time for response)(Current hourly rate as from time 2020 Fee Current hourly rate as established by MTOto time for response(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from time to time for response)(Current hourly rate as to 06 - 1 2 from time 102 aw No. 2019 Feeime for ablished by l - Current hourly rate as established by MTOto tresponse(Current hourly rate as estMTO from time to time for response)(Current hourly rate as By resident - half hour or - false alarms: bsequent false alarm Item at the scene of a motor Where monitoring is augmented by a direct electronic data connection to the fire department, first 4 false alarms in any calendar year;Each suin any calendar yearFirst false alarm in any calendar yearSecond false alarm in any calendar yearThird & subsequent false alarms in any calendar year i.i. ii.ii. iii. For all properties required by legislation to be provided with a code compliance fire alarm systemFor all other propertiesFor the first hour or any part thereofFor each additional onepart thereof (one half of hourly rate) a.b.a.b. For responding to nuisance For attendingvehicle accident and providing firefighter or other emergency services to a nonFor attending brush/grass fires, unattended fires of smoke complaints 1.2.3. Fee 2 202 established by MTO from time to time for response)(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from time to time for response)(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from time to time for response)(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from time to time for response)(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from time 2021 Fee established by MTO from time to time for response)(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from time to time for response)(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from time to time for response)(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from time to time for response)(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from time ent hourly 2020 Fee tablished by established by MTO from time to time for response)(Currrate as established by MTO from time to time for response)(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from time to time for response)(Current hourly rate as esMTO from time to time for response)(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from time ime rom time 103 2019 Fee established by MTO fto time for response)(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from time to time for response)(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from tto time for response)(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from time to time for response)(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from time half hour or half hour or half hour or half hour or ---- protection of buildings Item For the first hour or any part thereofFor each additional onepart thereof (one half of hourly rate)For the first hour or any part thereofFor each additional onepart thereof (one half of hourly rate)For the first hour or any part thereofFor each additional onepart thereof (one half of hourly rate)For the first hour or any part thereofFor each additional onepart thereof (one half of hourly rate)For the first hour or any part thereof agencies: a.b.a.b.a.b.a.b.a. Standby fee for social events, fireworks etc. For fire watch, and from weather conditions or further damage after fire or explosion:For attending a natural gas incidentFor responding to assistance request by other 4.5.6.7. $90.00 Fee $115.00$155.00$200.00$525.00$210.00 2 202 to time for response)(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from time to time for response)Invoice will be according to invoice provided by third party $87.50 $112.50$150.00$195.00$512.50$205.00 2021 Fee to time for response)(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from time to time for response)Invoice will be according to invoice provided by third party $87.50 $112.50$150.00$195.00$512.50$205.00 2020 Fee to time for response)(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from time to time for response)Invoice will be according to invoice provided by third party $87.50 $112.50$150.00$195.00$512.50$205.00 104 2019 Fee to time for response)(Current hourly rate as established by MTO from time to time for response)Invoice will be according to invoice provided by third party Per e. . half hour or half hour or When -- Per Address n no owner or agent is Investigation and hour or any part thereof Op Item - For each additional onepart thereof (one half of hourly rate)For the first For each additional onepart thereof (one half of hourly rate) b.a.b. For responding to requests for specialty rescue team assistanceFor Extraordinary Expenses additional resources are required at a fire or emergency incident aavailable to authorize, recovery of costs can be invoiced to the property owner (iExcavator, drone, other agencies for assistance)Fire & Emergency Occurrence ReportCommercial Building Fire Inspection & ReportIndustrial Building Fire Inspection & ReportResidential Building Fire Inspection & ReportMarijuana GrowCompliance Inspection Propane License Application Review Address 8.9.10.11.12.13.14.15. Fire Inspections & Permits Fee $525.00$790.00 2 202 $512.50$768.75 2021 Fee $512.50$768.75 2020 Fee $512.50$768.75 105 2019 Fee Item date, per location, for a group of persons maximum per session, For Fire Extinguisher Training per requested up to 25 persons maximum per session, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday to FridayFor Fire Extinguisher Training per requested date, per location for a group of up to 25 evenings, weekends and statutory holidays 16.17. Fire Extinguisher Training Sessions 106 THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF MALAHIDE BY-LAW NO. 21-07 Being a By-law to establish various User Feesand Rates. WHEREASpursuant to Sections 9, 11 and 391(1) of the MunicipalAct, 2001, c. 25, as amended, a municipality may pass by-laws imposing fees orcharges on persons for services and activities provided or done by or on behalf ofit and for the use of its property including property under its control; AND WHEREASpursuant to Section 69 of the Planning Act, R.S. O.1990, c. P. 13, as amended, a Council of a municipality may pass a by-law toprescribe a tariff of fees for the processing of applications made in respect ofplanning matters; AND WHEREASthe Council of The Corporation of the Township ofMalahide deems it desirable to update certain fees and charges charged from timeto time and establish others; NOW THEREFOREthe Council of The Corporation of the Townshipof Malahide HEREBY ENACTSAS FOLLOWS: 1.THAT the fees, rates, and charges as set out in Schedule "A" to this By-law be andthe same are hereby established. 2.THAT the fees, rates, and charges listed in Schedule "A" to this By-law will be subject to federal and/or provincial taxes, where applicable. 3.THAT the payment of any fee or charge in this By-law shall be in Canadian currency. 4.THAT no request by any person for any information, service, activity, or use as set out in Schedule " A" to this By-law will be processed or provided until the person requesting the information, service, activity, or use has paid the applicable fee in the prescribed amount. 5.THAT interest be added to rates, fees, and charges, including any collection costs that are due and unpaid after 30 days at the rate of 2% per month. 6.THAT the Chief Administrative Officer/Clerk, or designate, is hereby authorized in his or her discretion to waive, reduce, or otherwise vary the fee or charge for the item concerned as set out in Schedule "A" to this By-law. 7.THAT Schedule "A" to this By-law shall be deemed to be an integral part of this By-law. 8.THAT this By-law shall be known as the "Rates and Charges By-law". 107 9.THAT should any part of this By-law, including any part of Schedule " A" be determined by a Court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or of no force and effect, it is the stated intention of the Council that such invalid part of the By-law shall be severable and that the remainder of this By-law including the remainder of Schedule " A", as applicable, shall continue to operate and to be in force and effect. 10.THAT By-law No. 17-48be and the same is hereby repealed in its entirety effective the date that this By-law comes into force and effect. 11.THAT this By-law shall come into force and take effect on the final passing thereof. th READ a FIRST and SECOND time this 7day of January, 2021. ________________________________ Mayor,D. Mennill ________________________________ CAO/Clerk, M. Casavecchia-Somers law to be - - , as per 41) - FEE (see By , 11, 16 022 6 2 No. 13 s 2022 is year 9 3% of prize value increased by CPI in year agreement Minimum fee of $5.00 or $5,000.00 annually be law to - - , as per CPI in 41) - FEE (see By , 11, 16 6 2021 No. 13 s 2021 is year 8 3% of prize value increased by year agreement Minimum fee of $5.00 or $5,000.00 annually law to be - - , 108 as per DRAFT 41) - FEE (see By USER FEE SCHEDULE , 11, 16 1 SECTION 1: Licences 6 2020 No. 13 s Items are exempt from HST. 202 2020 is year 7 3% of prize value increased by CPI in year agreement Minimum fee of $5.00 or $5,000.00 annually law to be - - , as per CPI in 41) - FEE (see By , 11, 16 6 2019 No. 13 s 0.00 annually 2019 is year 6 3% of prize value increased by year agreement Minimum fee of $5.00 or $5,00 ITEM Farm Solar Lottery = 122.8) Licence Licences (CPI 2013 s, FEE issue) $15.00$10.00 2022 shipping fees staff time and if deemed valid $5.00 per request $25.00 (refundable plus cost of copie FEE issue) $15.00$10.00 2021 shipping fees staff time and if deemed valid $5.00 per request $25.00 (refundable plus cost of copies, Commissioner of Oaths FEE issue) $15.00$10.00 2020 109 shipping fees staff time and if deemed valid $5.00 per request $25.00 (refundable plus cost of copies, , Freedom of Information & All items are subject to HST. FEE issue) $15.00$10.00 2019 shipping fees staff time and if deemed valid $5.00 per request $25.00 (refundable plus cost of copies, SECTION 2: Vital Statistics ITEM (no HST on initial residents only) - (HST exempt) (HST included)costs/charges) Burial Permit Fee (non eeting Investigation Fee $5.00; HST on all other Document Certification/Commissioner of Oaths M MFIPPA imum .00 per $1.50 $2.00 $75.00$75.00 10is extra. .00 per pdf hour GIS .00 min 2022 FEE $.75/page document $ 8 $1.50/page$1.00/page $ 40 fee for up to ½ $2.00 per layer $ minute intervals. Thereafter $15.00 Hard copy of map Full cost recoveryFull cost recovery for minimum of 15 page $1.50 $2.00 extra. $75.00$75.00 .00 per pdf 2021 FEE $.75/page document 8 $1.50/page$1.00/page of 15 minute $.00 minimum fee $2.00 per layer copy of map is intervals. Hard for up to ½ hour time. Thereafter 10 40 Full cost recoveryFull cost recovery $ $15.00 for minimum $ yer FEE page $1.50 $2.00 $75.00$75.00 .00 per pdf 2020 $.75/page document 8 $1.50/page $1.00/page .00 minimum fee $ 110 $2.00 per la of map is extra. 10 Mapping and General 40 Full cost recovery Full cost recovery $ $ for up to ½ hour GIS intervals. Hard copy Thereafter $15.00 for : minimum of 15 minute 3 SECTION FEE age p $1.50 $2.00 All items in this section are subject to HST. extra. $75.00$75.00 .00 per pdf 2019 $.75/page document 8 $1.50/page $1.00/page .00 minimum fee $ $2.00 per layer minimum of 15 minute intervals. 10 40 Full cost recovery Full cost recovery $ $ Hard copy of map is for up to ½ hour GIS Thereafter $15.00 for es each - existing - black/white colour copi law DocumentFax layer- ITEM mark ups Network only Municipal Map Township Flag GIS Property Map County Road Map GIS Mapping print out including the property additional pre Official Plan Document Township Pin or Spoon Photocopying/computer Photocopying/computer print out Zoning by (MPAC) parcels and Road GIS Custom Map including .00 0.005.005.00 97057 ,000.00 $5$1$2$1 2022 $4,000.00$2,000.00$2,000.00$3,000.00$3$4,000.00 DEPOSIT $10,000.00$10,000.00$10,000.00 .00.00.00 Full cost recovery 0.0050 870 $5$16$25$1 2021 ference between the $4,000.00$2,000.00$2,000.00$3,000.00$3,000.00$4,000.00 DEPOSIT $10,000.00$10,000.00$10,000.00 0.00 7 $5$160.00$245.00$165.00 2020 $4,000.00$2,000.00$2,000.00$3,000.00$3,000.00$4,000.00 DEPOSIT $10,000.00$10,000.00$10,000.00 00 0.00 6 $5$155.00$240.00$160.00 2019 $4,000.00$2,000.$2,000.00$3,000.00$3,000.00$4,000.00 DEPOSIT $10,000.00$10,000.00$10,000.00 are exempt from HST. - In the - towards the actual costs which shall be incurred by the 111 SERVICES DEPARTMENT and fees s used SECTION 1: Planning Feesline setbacks. eposit OPMENT DEVEL If the deposit exceeds the actual costs, a refund will be made. Private Septic System . Planning deposits law Applications M - law Application ITE law Renewal Application - - shall be based on municipal staff time and associated costs. Percolation Test Planning Application D required on all severances to confirm Tariff (FIT) Applications Zoning By Minor Variance Applications Development Agreement Fee Plan of Subdivision Application Site Plan Agreement Application Plan of Condominium Application Temporary Use By Official Plan Amendment Application Temporary Use By Defence of Ontario Municipal Board Appeals undaries and conforms to all property Site Evaluation Fee including septic system is confined entirely within the property bo The following are Township during the review and approval process. The applicant will be invoiced for the dif Verification Fee Ontario Power Authority Review and Response for Feed actual cost incurred and the deposit st March 31 fees paid after FEE $5.00$0.00 $35.20$40.30$60.70 $145.00$216.30 licence 2022 aw Enforcement Fees l - By 112 FEE $5.00$0.00 $34.50$39.50$59.50 $142.00$212.00 2021 Municipal this section are exempt from HST. FEE is applicable for all $5.00$0.00 $34.50$39.50$59.50 $142.00$212.00 2020 Items in $33.00 SECTION 2: FEE $5.00$0.00 $33.00$38.00$58.00 $132.00$207.00 2019 surcharge of A Effective 2021, permanent (lifetime) dog tags will be issued. Fees will be payable every year. ITEM LICENCES first dog third dog - - second dog - kennel licence dangerous dog replacement tag - DOG - - guide dog & service dog - 5% FEE $64.92/day$58.46/day$70.81/day $324.68/day$267.39/day$454.79/day$389.88/day$519.67/day$454.79/day 2022 BEFORE SURCHARGE /day/day/day /day/day/day/day/day/day 4 7787 5% .3.. 36 6057.0469.09 FEE $6443.70380.38507.00443.70$$ $31$2$$$$ 2021 BEFORE SURCHARGE /day/day/day/day/day/day/day/day/day 4 7787 5% .3 .. 3 6 6057.0469.09 FEE $6443.70380.38507.00443.70$$ $31$2$$$$ 2020 113 BEFORE SURCHARGE : Community Building Fees SERVICES DEPARTMENT 1 /day/day/day /day/day/day/day/day/day 5% .65 FEE 61.805567.41 FACILITY SECTION $309.05254.51432.88371.11494.64432.88$$ $$$$$$ 2019 BEFORE SURCHARGE in this section, with the exception of the Damage Deposit, are subject to HST. All items Room A, any d Event ed Event ed Event ed Event ed Event ed Event eed Event ed Hourly ed Hourly ITEM ssssss PLACE ss Unless otherwise noted, Community Building Fees are subject to a 5% Capital Replacement Surcharge. day of the week LicensLicenLicenLicenLicenLicenLicen LicenLicen Friday or SaturdayFriday or SaturdayFriday or Saturday Sunday to ThursdaySunday to ThursdaySunday to Thursday MALAHIDE COMMUNITY Community Community Room B or C Community Room B or C, Community Room B or C, Community Rooms B & C, Community Rooms B & C, Community Rooms A,B & C, Community Rooms A,B & C, nt 5% meetingmeeting FEE $2.80/bag $77.87/day$93.06/day$19.51/day$32.45/day$55.18/day $32.45/hour$51.98/hour$58.47/hour$70.82/hour$82.93/hour$15.06/hour $107.13/eve 2022 BEFORE $29.71 per event SURCHARGE $32.39/three hour $48.91/three hour (surcharge exempt) /day/day/day /hour/hour/hour/hour/hour/hour/hour 0/bag /event 0/hour 8 5% 7 meetingmeeting per event 75.9769.0955.18 FEE $2. 90.7919.0331.6631.6650.7157.0480.91 $$$ /three hour /three hour $$$$$$$$14. 104.52 $ 2021 28.99 31.6647.72 BEFORE $ SURCHARGE $$ (surcharge exempt) /day/day/day /bag mpt) /hour/hour/hour/hour/hour/hour/hour/hour /event 80 5% meetingmeeting per event 75.9769.0955.18 FEE $2. 90.7919.0331.6631.6650.7157.0480.9114.70 $$$ /three hour /three hour $$$$$$$$ 104.52 $ 2020 28.99 114 BEFORE 31.6647.72 $ SURCHARGE $$ (surcharge exe /day /hour/hour/hour 5% meetingmeeting ree hour FEE 74.12 $2.70/bag 88.5818.5730.89 $$65.77/day$52.53/day $$$$30.14/hour$48.28/hour$54.30/hour$77.02/hour$14.00/hour $99.50/event 2019 BEFORE $27.60 per event SURCHARGE $30.14/th$45.43/three hour (surcharge exempt) - C or B & C stand with full y Room Aevent Community ed Event ed Event ed Event ed Event Meeting Room ssss ed Hourly ed Hourly ITEM - Caddy nsed Event PLACE ss Room A Bagged Ice alone day hall rental LicenLicen UnlicenUnlicenUnlicenUnlicenUnlice Community Room ACommunit Recurring Program Recurring Program Storage Room Rental Kitchen Rental Meetings MALAHIDE COMMUNITY Community Room B Community Room B or C Meetings Community Rooms A & BCommunity Rooms B & CCommunity Rooms A & BCommunity Rooms B & C Kitchen Rental Community Rooms A, Portable Bar, Fridge and Ice Community Rooms A, B & C 3 gamegamegame $19.00$14.00 5% FEE $75.37/day $141.99/day $13.50/game$29.75/event 2022 $19.98/two hour $25.31/two hour $36.64/two hour BEFORE SURCHARGE each of year 1, 2 & each of year 1, 2 &3 $425.00 per year for $260.00 per year for 33 ame ggamegame $17.00$12.00 5% /two hour FEE $73.53/day $138.53/day $13.00/game$28.99/event 2021 .00 per year for .00 per year for $19.50/two hour $24.70/two hour $35.75 BEFORE SURCHARGE 2560 each of year 1, 2 & each of year 1, 2 & $4$2 33 .00.00 72 /day/day gamegamegame /event $1$1 5% .00/game /two hour /two hour /two hour 73.53 FEE 3 $138.53 28.99 5070$ $1$ 35.75 2020 115$19.$24.$ BEFORE SURCHARGE each of year 1, 2 & each of year 1, 2 & $425.00 per year for $260.00 per year for 33 gamegamegame $15.00$10.00 5% FEE $66.70/day $125.66/day $11.00/game$27.60/event 2019 $18.50/two hour $23.50/two hour $34.00/two hour BEFORE SURCHARGE each of year 1, 2 & each of year 1, 2 & $400.00 per year for $250.00 per year for with Adult sing ion fence partial - Game RateGame Rate ITEM Youth full fence section Adults PLACE League - Game Rate (surcharge exempt) Competitive (Rec) - Youth Youth gnage Gary Barat Pavil (surcharge exempt) Competitive League Ball Diamond Lights Ball Diamond Rental Ball Diamond Rental Relining Diamonds forRelining Diamonds for Non Si access to both diamonds MALAHIDE COMMUNITY access to both diamonds Ball Diamond AdvertiBall Diamond Advertising Adult Ball Tournament with section Youth Ball Tournament Signage Ball Diamond Rental 5% $1.00 /three 5% person FEE $250.00 $162.95 FEE $35.53/hour $19.51/hour$29.72/hour$11.00/hour $123.41/day $48.92 2022 $59.54/event hour meeting $29.72/4 hour$29.72/4 hour BEFORE 2022 SURCHARGE BEFORE SURCHARGE $35.53/hour/staff 97 /day 5% /hour/hour ur /three 95 /event 39 3 FEE 9 $158. /hour $0. 5% 6 person/4 ho/4 hour 120.40 $250.00 99 $19.0$28.9$10.50/hour $ $47.7 FEE 2021 $58.0 hour meeting BEFORE /hour/staff SURCHARGE $34.6 $28.9$28.9 2021 BEFORE 34.66 97 SURCHARGE $ /day /hour/hour /event 5% 39 9 $158. meeting FEE 95 120.40 /three hour $19.0$28.9$10.50/hour $ 3 /hour $0. $58.0 6 person/4 hour/4 hour 2020 $250.00 99 BEFORE SURCHARGE /hour/staff $47.7 $34.6 $28.9$28.9 2020 FEE BEFORE 5% 34.66 SURCHARGE $ /day 116 /hour/hour/hour /event 5% 155.10 $5725 meeting ff FEE 90 28.29 117.47 /three hour 56.68 $18.$$10. $ /hour$0. $ /4 hour/4 hour 2019 person 82$250.00 BEFORE SURCHARGE 46.57 /hour/sta $ $33. 28.2928.29 82 $$ 2019 FEE BEFORE 5% SURCHARGE $33. ITY Community Room stand alone event Community Room, Community Room, to Thursday Community Room up, day prior to HALL ITEM - Kitchen Rental exempt) booking after 2 am to 4 hours Community Room Friday or Saturday Sunday Place Setting Recurring Program COMMUNITY HALL Meeting SOUTH DORCHESTER Parking Lot Event Rental ITEMS COMMON TO BOTH Facility Set Kitchen Rental Damage Deposit (surcharge SOUTH DORCHESTER COMMUN Licensed Event Licensed Event Staff Overtime before 8 am or Unlicensed Event Green Space Event Rental for up MALAHIDE COMMUNITY PLACE & $ 50.00 $ 800.00$ 320.00 $ 750.00$ 525.00$ 425.00$ 675.00$ 975.00$ 200.00$ 175.00$ 700.00$ 100.00$ 200.00 $ 1050.00 2022 FEE 2022 FEE2022 FEE2022 FEE $ 50.00 $ 750.00$ 300.00$ 725.00$ 500.00$ 400.00$ 650.00$ 950.00$ 175.00$ 150.00$ 650.00$ 100.00$ 200.00 $ 1,000.00 2021 FEE2021 FEE2021 FEE2021 FEE $ 50.00 FEEFEEFEEFEE $ 750.00$ 300.00$ 725.00$ 500.00$ 400.00$ 650.00$ 950.00$ 175.00$ 150.00$ 650.00$ 100.00$ 200.00 $ 1,000.00 2020 2020 2020 2020 125.00 FEEFEEFEEFEE $ 50.00 Cemeteries $ 700.00$ 280.00$ 700.00$ 475.00$ 375.00$ 625.00$ 925.00$ 150.00$$ 950.00$ 600.00$ 100.00$ 200.00 : 117 2 tion are subject to HST. 2019 2019 2019 2019 SECTION e e Fee All items in this sec at the same time permits 1 full burial and 1 up to 3 cremated remains onlytime Child Adult FEES Care & MaintenancFull Burial OR Monument Flat Marker Large Monument INTERMENT FEES Cremated RemainsCremated Remains DISINTERMENT FEES - INTERMENT RIGHTS FEES Saturday Interment Surcharge Lot 2 Cremated Remains Regular Lot Weekday Interment after 4:00 p.m. Surcharg MONUMENT/MARKER CARE & MAINTENANCE cremated remains 1 full burial and 1 Cremated remains at the same Regular law - within By charges $ 320.00$ 120.00 Corporate this stated under 2022 FEE Photocopying Services as - Bylaw under stated charges $ 300.00$ 105.00 Services as Corporate 2021 FEE Photocopying within this law - within By FEE charges $ 300.00$ 105.00 Corporate this stated under 2020 Photocopying Services as as law - within By $ 90.00 FEE $ 280.00 Corporate 118 charges this stated under 2019 Photocopying Services Fee - ot per l - applicable. OTHER FEES per resale/transfer of lot Maintenance Fund. - Genealogical Requests Lots Fee will be deposited into the Care and Lots Purchased Prior to 1955 Administration Fee for the Resale/Transfer of required at time of resale/transfer or interment as 10.00 $30.00 advanceadvanceadvanceadvance 2022 FEE $10.00 each discount for discount for discount for discount for early payment early payment early payment early payment working days in working days in working days in working days in requests received 5 requests received 5 requests received 5 requests received 5 $60.00 less a $10.00 $60.00 less a $$65.00 less a $10.00 $65.00 less a $10.00 ived 5 FEE $30.00 advanceadvanceadvance advance. 2021 $10.00 each discount for discount for discount for discount for early payment early payment early payment early payment working days in working days in working days in working days in requests received 5 requests received 5 requests received 5 requests rece $60.00 less a $10.00 $60.00 less a $10.00 $65.00 less a $10.00 $65.00 less a $10.00 s in FEE unt for $30.00 advanceadvanceadvance advance. 2020 119 $10.00 each discount for discount for discodiscount for early payment early payment early payment early payment working dayworking days in working days in working days in requests received 5 requests received 5 requests received 5 requests received 5 $60.00 less a $10.00 $60.00 less a $10.00 $65.00 less a $10.00 $65.00 less a $10.00 FINANCE DEPARTMENT FEE less a $10.00 $30.00 2019 $10.00 each .00 less a $10.00 early payment early payment early payment early payment days in advancedays in advancedays in advance days in advance. Items in this section marked with an * are subject to HST. received 5 working received 5 working received 5 working received 5 working $60.00 less a $10.00 $60.00$65.00 less a $10.00 $65 discount for requests discount for requests discount for requests discount for requests * will * * . tificate ITEM history payment Cer Tax Certificate Proof of Septic of the tax bill and Print, or duplicate Zoning Certificate Water Account History Tax Bill Reprint, Tax or NSF cheque or returned receive a duplicate copy including utility arrears statement of tax account New property owners recovery count $9.00 $25.00 $65.00$10.00 ac 2022 FEE billing to be of each month unpaid after the transferred to the Full cost administration fee corresponding tax 2% on the first day water accounts left second consecutive for all water or waste t FEE recovery $9.00 $25.00 $65.00$10.00 account. 2021 billing to be of each month unpaid after the transferred to the Full cost administration fee corresponding tax 2% on the first day water accounts lef second consecutive for all water or waste FEE recovery $9.00 $25.00 $65.00$10.00 account. 2020 120 billing to be of each month unpaid after the transferred to the Full cost administration fee corresponding tax 2% on the first day water accounts left second consecutive for all water or waste FEE recovery $9.00 $65.00$10.00 account. 2019 billing to be responding tax each month transferred to the Full cost fee for all water or cor left unpaid after the second consecutive 2% on the first day of $25.00 administration waste water accounts * * il * 30 days in ITEM (HST included) arrears Process Agency US Exchange pt, Statement of Tax Registered Ma Transfer to Taxes correspondence by Administration Fee * Penalty on Accounts Tax Sale Registration Receivable when sent to Collection Account Account Collection Fee, Delivery Fee, when send recei $ 95.00$ 46.00$ 26.00$ 72.00 $ 130.00 2022 FEE .50.50.00.50.50 7550 92427 12 $$$$ $ 2021 FEE .50.50.00.50.50 7550 92427 12 $$$$ $ FEE 2020 121 000 0 00 . .00.. 5459 EMERGENCY SERVICES 90.00426 12 $$$$ $ FEE All items in this section are subject to HST. 2019 1 only - & subsequent nd only ITEM 2 d installed replacement onlyreplacement only Civic Addressing Sign Civic Addressing Post installe Civic Addressing Sign & Post Civic Addressing Sign & Post Civic Addressing Sign & Post .00 Fee 0 00.00 50 $90.00 $$ 1$ 280.00 + mileage 2022 FEE Administration $50.00 for each of the 3 Viewers, $50.00 per report mileage paid and .00 Fee 00.00 500 $90.00 $$ 1$ 270.00 + mileage 2021 FEE Administration $50.00 for each of the 3 Viewers, $50.00 per report mileage paid and 0.000.00 00.006 502 $90.00 mileage $$ 1$ FEE the 3 Viewers, 2020 ministration Fee mileage paid and $50.00 for each of $50.00 per report + Ad DEPARTMENT 122 .00.00 0 500100.0025 $90.00 mileage $$$ FEE DRAINAGE the 3 Viewers, 2019 mileage paid and $50.00 for each of $50.00 per report + Administration Fee $50.00 - to be Fee ation ITEM ewing Deposit Deposit All items in this section, with the exception of the Fence Viewing Deposit, are subject to HST. Assessment Splits Fence Vi for each report + mileageFence Viewer Fee Municipal Drainage Reports Tile Drain Loan Processing Fee Livestock Valu deducted from the Fence Viewing up, - $7.00 $35.00 annual tax assessment .00 annual fee billed through $1.50 each tag 2022 FEE 50 nit/property to be $ for each assessed u $100.00 or the total whichever is greater cost of the clean p, u - $7.00 $35.00 annual tax assessment o HST. .00 annual fee billed through $1.50 each tag 2021 FEE 45 $ for each assessed unit/property to be $100.00 or the total whichever is greater cost of the clean .00 .00 up, - $7 $35 greater. DEPARTMENT FEE annual tax assessment whichever is .00 annual fee billed through $1.50 each tag 123 2020 40 $ for each assessed unit/property to be $100.00 or the total cost of the clean up, - $30.00 $10.00 greater. through WASTE MANAGEMENT FEE annual tax assessment whichever is .00 annual fee billed $1.50 each tag 2019 35 $ for each assessed unit/property to be $100.00 or the total Items in this section marked with an * are subject t cost of the clean * age which is * ITEM : The waste Bag Tag Composters * NOTE Staff and where the Processing illegally recovered by Municipal Waste Management Fee tags decided by CouncilBlue Box Replacement management fee entitles to the annual allotment of dumped garb each eligible unit/property offender can be identified. $0 and and min. costs costscosts costs lation $165.00 based on based on based on based on estimated estimated estimated estimated restoration restoration installation installation installation instal 2022 FEE 1,000.00 min. $1,400.00 min $$1,500.00 min.$2,400.00 $0 and and min. 65.00 costs costs costs costs $1 based on based on based on based on estimated estimated estimated estimated restoration restoration installation installation installation installation 2021 FEE $1,400.00 min $1,000.00 min.$1,500.00 min.$2,400.00 n $0 and and min. costs costscosts costs FEE $165.00 based on based on based on based on estimated estimated estimated estimated restoration restoration installation installatioinstallation installation 2020 $1,000.00 min.$1,500.00 min.$2,400.00$1,400.00 min. $0 and and min. costs costs costs costs FEE $165.00 124 based on based on based on based on estimated estimated estimated estimated DEPARTMENT restoration restoration installation installation installation installation S 2019 $1,000.00 min.$1,500.00 min.$2,400.00$1,400.00 min. ROAD time Twp Road All items in this section are exempt from HST. Twp Road Twp Road Twp Road - - - ceeds the actual costs, ITEM costs. costs. ng, open cuts to install municipal time and associated applicant will be invoiced for the and associated costs. (RE: curb/sidewalk damage) (RE: bori Road Occupancy Permit Deposit Driveway Culvert Installation Deposit e.g. private drains, water services). The between the actual cost incurred and the between the actual cost incurred and the between the actual cost incurred and the Rural Entrance Permit Deposit Urban Entrance Permit Deposit Entrance/Encroachment Permit applicant will be invoiced for the difference be based on be based on municipal time and associated the actual costs, a refund will be made. Full Permit to Hard Surface Entrance difference between the actual Township cost deposit. The a refund will be made. Full cost recovery shall a refund will be made. Full cost recovery shall a refund will be made. Full cost recovery shall cost recovery shall be based on municipal The applicant will be invoiced for the difference The applicant will be invoiced for the difference deposit. If the deposit exceeds the actual costs, deposit. If the deposit exincurred and the deposit. If the deposit exceeds deposit. If the deposit exceeds the actual costs, $210.00 $2,700.00 2022 FEE $210.00 $2,700.00 2021 FEE FEE $210.00 $2,700.00 2020 FEE $210.00 125 $2,700.00 2019 ery shall Twp Road - Twp Road - time and associated ITEM costs. costs. ll be made. Full cost recov Moving Permit Moving Permit Deposit based on municipal time and associated between the actual cost incurred and the bebe based on municipal a refund wi The applicant will be invoiced for the difference deposit. If the deposit exceeds the actual costs, 126 THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF MALAHIDE BY-LAW NO. 21-08 Being a By-law to amend Schedule "B" to By-law No. 07-09 insofar as it prescribes fees for various classes of permits with respect to the construction, demolition and change of use of buildings. WHEREASSection 7 of the Building Code Act, 1992, S.O. 1992, Chapter 23, as amended, empowers Council to pass certain by-laws respecting construction, demolition and change of use permits and inspections; AND WHEREASthe Council of The Corporation of the Township of Malahide enacted By-law No. 07-09 respecting the construction, demolition, and change of use permits and inspections for the Township of Malahide; AND WHEREASthe Council of The Corporation of the Township of Malahide deems it expedient to amend Schedule "B" to By-law No. 07-09 insofar as it prescribes fees for various classes of permits with respect to the construction, demolition, and change of use of buildings; NOW THEREFOREthe Council of The Corporation of the Township of Malahide HEREBY ENACTS AS FOLLOWS: 1.THAT Schedule "B'' to By-law No. 07-09 insofar as it prescribes fees for various classes of permits with respect to the construction, demolition, and change of use of buildings, be and it is hereby replaced in its entirety with the Schedule "B" attached hereto. 2.THAT By-law No. 13-53, By-law No. 17-83, and By-law No. 20-10be and the same arehereby repealed in theirentirety. 3.Any other by-law or provisions in other by-law found to be inconsistent with this By-laware hereby deemed to be repealed. 4.THAT this By-law shall come into force and take effect on the final passing thereof. th READaFIRSTandSECONDtime this 7day of January, 2021. th READaTHIRDtime and FINALLY PASSEDthis 7day of January, 2021. __________________________ Mayor, D. Mennill __________________________ Clerk, M. Casavecchia-Somers ft. $0.44/sq. ft. $0.44/sq. ft. 127 $0.44/sq. ft. $0.44/sq. 128 129 130 THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF MALAHIDE BY-LAW NO.21-03 Being a By-law toadopt, confirm and ratify matters dealt with by resolution of the Township of Malahide. WHEREASSection 5(3) of the Municipal Act, 2001, c. 25, as amended, provides that thepowers of every council are to be exercised by by-law; AND WHEREASin many cases, action which is taken or authorized to be taken by the Township of Malahidedoes not lend itself to the passage of an individual by-law; AND WHEREASit is deemed expedient that the proceedings of the Council of the Township of Malahideat this meeting be confirmed and adopted by by-law; NOW THEREFOREthe Council of The Corporation of the Township of Malahide HEREBY ENACTS AS FOLLOWS: 1.THAT the actions of the Council of the Township of Malahide,atitsregular meeting held on January 7,2021,in respect of each motion, resolution and other action taken by the Council of the Township of Malahideat such meetingis, except where the prior approval of the Ontario Municipal Board or other authority is required by law, ishereby adopted, ratified and confirmed as if all such proceedings were expressly embodied in this By-law. 2.THAT the Mayorand the appropriate officials of the Township of Malahideare hereby authorized and directed to do all things necessary to give effect to the action of the Council of the Township of Malahidereferred to in the proceeding section. 3.THATthe Mayorand the Clerk are hereby authorized and directed to execute all documents necessary in that behalf and to affix thereto the corporate seal of the Township of Malahide. 4.THAT this By-law shall come into force and take effect upon the final passing thereof. th READaFIRSTandSECONDtime this7day of January,2021. th READaTHIRDtime and FINALLY PASSEDthis7day of January, 2021. __________________________ Mayor, D. Mennill __________________________ Clerk, M. Casavecchia-Somers