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Correspondence Agenda - 2021/01/21 The Corporation of the Township of Malahide CORRESPONDENCE AGENDA January 21, 2021 7:30 p.m. (F) Correspondence: 1. Association of Municipalities of Ontario - Watch File dated January 7 and 14, 2021. (Pages C2 - 7) 2. Municipality of Charlton and Dack and Township of Larder Lake Resolution requesting the Province to address seven insurance issues including replacement of joint and several liability; and investigate the unethical practice of preferred vendors. (Page C8 - 10) 3. Region of Peel and Township of Huron-Kinloss Resolution requesting the Province to amend the Assessment Act to provide a full property tax (Page C11 -13) 4. Municipality of West Grey Resolution requesting the Province to repeal Schedule 8 of Bill 229 relating to species at risk. (Page C14 - 15) 5. Town of Aylmer Notice of Passing Official Plan Amendment No. 20 (Page C16) 6. Kettle Creek Conservation Authority Notice of Meeting for Levy Approval. (Pages C17 - 18) 2 Diana Wilson From:AMO Communications <Communicate@amo.on.ca> Sent:January 7, 2021 10:01 AM To: Diana Wilson Subject:AMO WatchFile - January 7, 2021 AMO WatchFile not displaying correctly? View the online version Add Communicate@amo.on.ca to your safe list January 7, 2021 In This Issue -Maple Medical to help AMO members/communities by donating certified PPEs. -Important deadlines coming for broadband funding. -Provincial survey: Seeking feedback to improve the towing industry. -Three weeks until ROMA 2021 and there is still time to register! -New lighting incentives for LED upgrades. -Spring Road/Sidewalk Assessments ready to book. -LAS Blog: Accessible websites. -Energy Training in an era of social distancing. -Keeping up-to-date with LAS. -Careers with United Counties of Leeds & Grenville, Greater Sudbury and Ottawa. AMO Matters Maple Medical will donate 20 million certified 3 ply disposable face masks, over 100k bottles of sanitizer and disinfectant wipes to frontline workers and any low income/vulnerable individuals. For information email Savdah Manjra, VP Sales, or call 647.501.1553. Deadlines are fast-approaching for applications to the Improving Connectivity in Ontario (ICON) program and the federal Universal Broadband Fund (UBF). For information on ICON, contact ICONprogram@ontario.ca, or get- connected@canada.ca for information on the UBF. Provincial Matters The Province is seeking feedback on challenges when using towing services, to improve towing industry oversight and inform a regulatory model. The survey is open until January 15, 2021. Eye on Events The ROMA Conference is a key moment for municipal and provincial officials to 1 3 connect on the unique challenges faced by rural municipalities. The program features plenary sessions and workshops touching on everything from the economic recovery to health care, broadband and environmental matters. Register here. LAS LAS makes it easy to take advantage of IESO's new lighting incentives when you participate in our turn-key Facility Lighting Service program. Contact Christian Tham for a free budget proposal. A Road and/or Sidewalk Assessment through LAS can help your municipality spend infrastructure dollars wisely. Contact us to learn how better data saves money and improves service levels. Now booking assessments for Spring 2021. AMO has partnered with eSolutionsGroup to offer easy, affordable, accessible websites to municipalities. This week's LAS Blog discusses solutions for your website in light of the new AODA requirements. Social distancing may have affected the way we work and learn, but every challenge has a solution. Our custom Energy Workshops are available online and include a virtual energy hunt! Sign-up today - winter dates are still available. Did you know the LAS home page is updated on a regular basis? Visit often to learn more about our programs, read the blog, and view our webinar archives. Careers Chief Administrative Officer - United Counties of Leeds and Grenville. To explore this opportunity please apply via email by January 19th, 2021 to careers@waterhousesearch.ca quoting project LG-CAO. Should you wish to speak to our Executive Recruiter or review the detailed job description please contact Jon Stungevicius at 416-214-9299 x1, or Amy Oliveira at 416-214-9299 x4. Director of Land Use Planning Services - City of Greater Sudbury. Reports to General Manager of Growth and Infrastructure. For more information on this exciting opportunity, please visit Greater Sudbury Current Opportunities. Please indicate competition number EX20-590 *revised on your application. Qualified candidates should submit their resumes in confidence by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, January 29, 2021. Applicants may email or fax their resume to hrjobs@greatersudbury.ca or 705.688.3979. Director, Public Safety, Emergency & Protective Services - City of Ottawa. Reports to General Manager, Emergency and Protective Services. To explore this opportunity further, please contact Joanne McMullin at Odgers Berndtson at Joanne.McMullin@odgersberndtson.com or submit your resume and letter of interest online to Odgers Berndtson Opportunities by January 29, 2021. About AMO AMO is a non-profit organization representing almost all of Ontario's 444 municipal governments. AMO supports strong and effective municipal government in Ontario 2 4 and promotes the value of municipal government as a vital and essential component of Ontario's and Canada's political system. Follow @AMOPolicy on Twitter! AMO Contacts AMO Watch File Tel: 416.971.9856 Conferences/Events Policy and Funding Programs LAS Local Authority Services MEPCO Municipal Employer Pension Centre of Ontario ONE Investment Media Inquiries Tel: 416.729.5425 Municipal Wire, Career/Employment and Council Resolution Distributions *Disclaimer: The Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) is unable to provide any warranty regarding the accuracy or completeness of third-party submissions. Distribution of these items does not imply an endorsement of the views, information or services mentioned. Association of Municipalities of Ontario Please consider the environment 200 University Ave. Suite 801,Toronto ON Canada M5H 3C6 before printing this. To unsubscribe, please click here 3 5 Diana Wilson From:AMO Communications <Communicate@amo.on.ca> Sent:January 14, 2021 10:01 AM To: Diana Wilson Subject:AMO WatchFile - January 14, 2021 AMO WatchFile not displaying correctly? View the online version Add Communicate@amo.on.ca to your safe list January 14, 2021 In This Issue - AMO signs MOU with Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres. - The Rural Economic Development program now open. - Don’t regret missing ROMA 2021. - Second chance for Energy Reporting. - Municipal Group Buying Program balloons to 150 participants! - Careers: Simcoe, Durham, Amherstburg, Nipigon, Algonquin Highlands & Machin. AMO Matters In late 2020, AMO and the OFIFC signed an MOU that brings both organizations to the table on issues that matter to our communities. The MOU will help strengthen the relationship between Ontario’s Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities. Provincial Matters The Rural Economic Development program is now open and accepting applications. To be eligible for the program you must be: a municipality; a not-for-profit entity; an Ontario Indigenous community or organization; a Local Services Board. This intake will close on February 1, 2021. Eye on Events Ministers’ Forums, political analysis, Zone meet ups, concurrent sessions digging into the biggest issues your communities face are all on the ROMA agenda. With a little over a week to register, don’t think twice, register here. LAS Did you miss the O.Reg. 507/18 annual energy reporting deadline last year? The portal may be closed, but the Ministry of Energy will still accept your 2018 consumption data. Simply email your organization’s report or any questions you might have to BPSsupport@ontario.ca. Next deadline is July 1, 2021 to report on 2019 consumption data. 1 6 The number of participants in the Municipal Group Buying Program exploded from 14 to 150 in 2020! We’re thrilled to see how our municipalities have embraced this program and glad we can help save time and money on the things you buy every day. Contact us for more information. Careers Manager, Public Housing - County of Simcoe. Reports to: Director, Social Housing. Employment Status: Permanent Full-Time. Reference Code: 1018. Location Midhurst. Closing Date: January 25, 2021. View the job description and submit your application online at County of Simcoe. Manager of the Rapid Transit Office (RTO) - Region of Durham. The Region of Durham is the fastest growing area in the Greater Golden Horseshoe. The Region understands Rapid Transit is key to accommodate this growth, and connects people to opportunities in a sustainable way. Job ID 13894. Close Date: January 29, 2021. To apply, please visit Durham Region Job Postings. Planner (Temporary Full-Time) - Town of Amherstburg. Position Term: Up to 2 years. Reports to: Manager of Planning Services. Visit Employment Opportunities on the Town's website for a detailed job description. Qualified applicants are invited to submit a resume no later than Monday, February 1, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. to resumes@amherstburg.ca. Treasurer - Township of Nipigon. Interested applicants are invited to review the Treasurer-Tax Collector job description on the Township of Nipigon's website and forward resumes marked "Confidential" prior to 12 noon on Friday, February 5, 2021 by regular mail, personal delivery or email to: Attention: Kelly Paakkunainen, CAO/Clerk, Township of Nipigon, 52 Front Street, PO Box 160, Nipigon, Ontario P0T 2J0. Email: kellyp@nipigon.net. Operations Manager - Township of Algonquin Highlands. Reports to the Chief Administrative Officer. Please visit the Township's website for the full job description. Please submit your cover letter and resume in confidence mark" to: Dawn Mugford- Guay, Human Resources Coordinator, Township of Algonquin Highlands, 1123 North Shore Road, Algonquin Highlands, ON K0M 1J1. Email: dmugfordguay@algonquinhighlands.ca. Economic Development Officer - Municipality of Machin. Employment Start Date: February 1, 2021. Position Status: full-time, 3 year contract. Deadline: Posting will remain open until a suitable candidate has been selected. Direct Applications to: The Municipality of Machin, Attn: Tammy Rob, Box 249, Vermilion Bay, ON P0V 2V0 Email: clerktreasurer@visitmachin.com, Phone: 807.227.2633 ext.22, Fax: 807.227.5443. About AMO AMO is a non-profit organization representing almost all of Ontario's 444 municipal governments. AMO supports strong and effective municipal government in Ontario 2 7 and promotes the value of municipal government as a vital and essential component of Ontario's and Canada's political system. Follow @AMOPolicy on Twitter! AMO Contacts AMO Watch File Tel: 416.971.9856 Conferences/Events Policy and Funding Programs LAS Local Authority Services MEPCO Municipal Employer Pension Centre of Ontario ONE Investment Media Inquiries Tel: 416.729.5425 Municipal Wire, Career/Employment and Council Resolution Distributions *Disclaimer: The Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) is unable to provide any warranty regarding the accuracy or completeness of third-party submissions. Distribution of these items does not imply an endorsement of the views, information or services mentioned. Association of Municipalities of Ontario Please consider the environment 200 University Ave. Suite 801,Toronto ON Canada M5H 3C6 before printing this. To unsubscribe, please click here 3 8 TELʹ ΛАЉЎΜΏЎЍЍΏАЎЋЎ FAXʹ ΛАЉЎΜΏЎЍЍΏЋЌЏВ źƓŅƚθĭŷğƩƌƷƚƓğƓķķğĭƉ͵ĭƚƒ ǞǞǞ͵ĭŷğƩƌƷƚƓğƓķķğĭƉ͵ĭƚƒ th January 7, 2021 The Honourable Doug Ford Premier of Ontario Sent by email: doug.fordco@pc.ola.org RE:MOTION REGARDING -Insurance The following resolution was passed by the Council for the Municipality of Charlton and th Dack on December 18, 2020: WHEREAS the cost of municipal insurance in the Province of Ontario has continued to increase with especially large increases going into 2021. AND WHEREAS Joint and Several Liability continues to ask property taxpayers to carry AND WHEREAS these increases are unsustainable and unfair and eat at critical municipal services; AND WHEREAS the Association of Municipalities of Ontario outlined seven recommendations to address insurance issues including: 1.The provincial government adopt a model of full proportionate liability to replace joint and several liability. 2.Implement enhancements to the existing limitations period including the continued applicability of the existing 10 day rule on slip and fall cases given recent judicial interpretations and whether a 1 year limitation period may be beneficial. 3.Implement a cap for economic loss awards. 4.Increase the catastrophic impairment default benefit limit to $2 million and increase the third party liability coverage to $2 million in government regulated automobile insurance plans. 5.Assess and implement additional measures which would support lower premiums or alternatives to the provision of insurance services by other entities such as non profit insurance reciprocals. 6.Compel the insurance industry to supply all necessary financial evidence including premiums, claims and deductible limit changes which support its ЋБАЋЌА {ƦƩǒĭĻŭƩƚǝĻ wƚğķ 9ƓŭƌĻŷğƩƷͲ hb tЉW ЊIЉ 9 and municipal arguments as to the fiscal impact of joint and several liability. 7.Establish a provincial and municipal working group to consider the above and put forward recommendations to the Attorney General. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Council for the Municipality of Charlton and Dack call on the Province of Ontario to immediately review these recommendations and to investigate the unethical practice of preferred vendors who are paid substantial amounts over industry standards, despite COVID 19 delays, as insurance premiums will soon be out of reach for many communities. AND FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED THAT this motion be providedto the Honourable Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario, the Honourable Rod Phillips, Minister of Finance, the Honourable Doug Downey, Attorney General of Ontario, the Honourable John Vanthof, MPP for Timiskaming-Cochrane, and all Ontario municipalities. Yours Truly, DanThibeault Clerk Treasurer CAO Municipality of Charlton and Dack CC:Honourable Peter Bethlenfalvy, Minister of Finance HonourableDoug Downey, Attorney General of Ontario Honourable John Vanthof, MPP for Timiskaming-Cochrane All Ontario Municipalities ЋБАЋЌА {ƦƩǒĭĻŭƩƚǝĻ wƚğķ 9ƓŭƌĻŷğƩƷͲ hb tЉW ЊIЉ 10 11 November 26,2020 TheHonourableRod Phillips Minister of Finance 95 Grosvenor St. Toronto, ON M7A 1Y8 Dear Minister Phillips: Re: Motion Regarding Property Tax Exemptions for Veteran Clubs th Eachyear on November 11we pause to remember the heroic efforts of Canadianswho fought in wars and military conflicts and served in peacekeeping missions around the world to defend our freedoms andsecure our peace and prosperity.One way that the Province and Ontario municipalities have recognized veteransand veteran groups is by exempting their properties from property taxation. In late 2018, your government introduced a change to the Assessment Actthat exempted Royal Canadian LegionOntario branches from property taxes effective January 1, 2019. Veterans clubs however were not included under thisexemption.While clubsin Peelare already exempt from Regional and local property taxes, they still pay the education portion of property taxes. To address this gap, your government has proposedin the 2020 budget bill (Bill 229)to amendthe Assessment Actthat would provide a fullproperty tax exemption to veteransclubsretroactive to January 1, 2019. The Region of Peel thanksyou for introducing this change in recognition of our veterans. At its November 12, 2020 meeting, Peel Regional Council approved the attached resolution regardingthisexemptionandlook forward to this change coming into effectas soon as possible after Bill 229 is passed. This would ensure that veteranclubs benefit from theexemption in a timely way. I thank your government for moving quickly to address this gap and for your support of veterans. Kindest personal regards, Nando Iannicca, Regional Chair and CEO CC:Peel-area MPPs Ontario Municipalities StephenVan Ofwegen, Commissioner of Finance and CFO 12 Resolution Number 2020-939 Whereas each year on November 11, Canadians pause to remember the heroic efforts of Canadian veterans who fought in wars and military conflicts, and served in peacekeeping missions around the world to defend our freedoms and democracy so that we can live in peace and prosperity; And whereas, it is important to appreciate and recognize the achievements and sacrifices of those armed forces veterans who served Canada in times of war, military conflict and peace; And whereas, Section 6.1 of the Assessment Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. A31 as amended, Regional Council may exempt from Regional taxation land that is used and occupied as a memorial home, clubhouse or athletic grounds by persons who served in the armed forces of His or Her Majesty or an ally of His or Her Majesty in any war; And whereas, through By-Law Number 62-2017 Regional Council has provided an exemption from Regional taxation to Royal Canadian Legions and the Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans Clubs that have qualified properties used and occupied as a memorial home, clubhouseor athletic grounds; And whereas, local municipal councils in Peel have provided a similar exemption for local property taxes; And whereas, Royal Canadian Legion branches in Ontario are exempt from all property taxation, including the education portion of property taxes, under Section 3 (1) paragraph 15.1 of the Assessment Act, and that a municipal by- law is not required to provide such an exemption; And whereas, the 2020 Ontario Budget provides for amendments to the Assessment Act to apply the existing property tax exemption for Ontario branches of the Royal Canadian Legion, for 2019 and subsequent tax years, to Ontario units of the Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans in Canada; Therefore,be it resolved, that the Regional Chair write to the Minister of Finance, on behalf of Regional Council, to request that upon passage of the 2020 Ontario Budget, the amendment to the Assessment Act be implemented as soon as possible; And further, that copies of this resolution be sent to Peel-area Members of Provincial Parliament as well as to all Ontario municipalities for consideration and action. 13 ŷĻ /ƚƩƦƚƩğƷźƚƓ ƚŅ ƷŷĻ ƚǞƓƭŷźƦ ƚŅ IǒƩƚƓΏYźƓƌƚƭƭ t͵h͵ .ƚǣ ЊЌЉ tŷƚƓĻʹ ΛЎЊВΜ ЌВЎΏЌАЌЎ ЋЊ vǒĻĻƓ {Ʒ͵Cğǣʹ ΛЎЊВΜ ЌВЎΏЍЊЉА wźƦƌĻǤͲ hƓƷğƩźƚ bЉDЋwЉ 9Ώƒğźƌʹ źƓŅƚθŷǒƩƚƓƉźƓƌƚƭƭ͵ĭƚƒ ‘ĻĬƭźƷĻʹ ŷƷƷƦʹΉΉǞǞǞ͵ŷǒƩƚƓƉźƓƌƚƭƭ͵ĭƚƒ Lisa Thompson, MPP January 6, 2021 Unit 2, 807 Queen Street Kincardine, ON N2Z 2Y2 lisa.thompsonco@pc.ola.org Dear Lisa Thompson, Please be advised the Council of the Township of Huron-Kinloss at its regular meeting held on December 21, 2020 passed the following resolution; Re: Copy of Resolution #788 Property Tax Exemptions for Veteran Clubs Resolution No.: 788 Moved by: Jeff Elliott Seconded by: Jim Hanna THAT the Township of Huron-Kinloss Council support the Region of Peel in their support for Property Tax Exemptions for Veteran Clubs and the proposed amendment to the 2020 budget bill (Bill 229) to amend the Assessment Act that would provide a full propert directs staff to forward a copy of this resolution to local members of Parliament and all Ontario Municipalities. Carried Sincerely, Kelly Lush Deputy Clerk c.c Ontario Municipalities 14 Corporation of the Municipality of West Grey 402813 Grey Road 4 RR 2 Durham, ON N0G 1R0 January 13, 2021 519-369-2200 Re: Schedule 8 of the Provincial Budget Bill 229, Protect, Support and Recover from COVID-19 Act WHEREAS the Ontario Government proposes amendments to the Crown Forest Sustainability Act in Schedule 8 of the Provincial Budget Bill 229, Protect, Support and Recover from COVID-19 Act (Budget Measures), 2020; WHEREAS the Crown Forest Sustainability Act applies to almost two thirds of Ontario’s land base which amounts to over 70 million hectares of land that is habitat for many species at risk; WHEREAS Bill 229 schedule 8 amends the Crown Forest Sustainability Act in order to exempt all forestry operations from mandatory consideration of species at risk protection and recovery as mandated by the Endangered Species Act; WHEREAS Bill 229 schedule 8 removes the ability to issue orders in circumstances when there is imminent danger to a species at risk; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT West Grey council requests the Province of Ontario repeal schedule 8 of Bill 229 and that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to: Premier Ford Minister Philips, Minister of Finance Minister Yakabuski, Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry Minister Yurek, Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks MPP Bill Walker, Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MPP Ian Arthur, NDP Environment Critic 15 Grey County Council Ontario municipalities Association of Municipalities of Ontario Conservation Ontario Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority Grey Sauble Conservation Authority Respectfully, Genevieve Scharback, Director of Administration / Clerk Municipality of West Grey www.westgrey.com 16 OPUJDF!PG!UIF!! 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Tfdujpo!28!pg!uif!Qmboojoh!Bdu/ 17 PUROLATOR January 7, 2021 Michelle Casavecchia-Somers CAO/Clerk Township of Malahide 87 John St. South Aylmer, ON N5H 2C3 Dear Ms. Casavecchia-Somers, Re: Notice of Meeting for Conservation Authority Levy Approval In accordance with provisions of the Conservation Authorities Act and regulations made governing the approval of Conservation Authority levies, notice is hereby given to all member municipalities of a meeting to approve the 2021 budget of the Kettle Creek Conservation Authority. The meeting will be held virtually on Wednesday, February 24, 2021 beginning at 10 a.m and streamed live at the following address: https://www.facebook.com/KettleCreekCA/. At the meeting, the proposed KCCA budget and enclosed levy apportionment will be subject to resolution according to the provincial -Authority budgets. In the interim and to reduce our borrowing costs, we would appreciate your provision of one-half of the total levy apportioned to your municipality in 2021, at your earliest opportunity (see attached). Council is encouraged to communicate their questions and position regarding all levies to their KCCA Board representatives. Questions on any matter are also welcomed by the undersigned. Yours truly, Elizabeth VanHooren General Manager/Secretary Treasurer $774.11$774.11$774.11$442.20$442.20$442.20$220.95$220.95$220.95$277.90$277.90$277.90 2020/20212020/2021$5,190.41$5,190.41$5,190.41$1,037.20$1,037.20$1,037.20$2,123.01$2,123.01$2,123.01 Difference Difference $10,066.00$10,066.00 $7,129.82$7,129.82$7,129.82 $79,685.41$79,685.41$79,685.41$15,932.93$15,932.93$15,932.93$13,431.38$13,431.38$13,431.38$41,435.11$41,435.11$41,435.11 $557,480.66$557,480.66$557,480.66$291,482.87$291,482.87$291,482.87 $1,006,578.00$1,006,578.00 2020Total Levy 2020Total Levy $7,407.72$7,407.72$7,407.72 Total LevyTotal Levy $80,459.52$80,459.52$80,459.52$16,375.13$16,375.13$16,375.13$13,652.33$13,652.33$13,652.33$42,472.31$42,472.31$42,472.31 $562,671.07$562,671.07$562,671.07$293,605.88$293,605.88$293,605.88 $1,016,644.00$1,016,644.00 Proposed 2021 Proposed 2021 20212021 Levy **Levy ** SpecialSpecial $886.32$886.32$886.32$880.49$880.49$880.49$880.49$880.49$880.49 $9,061.47$9,061.47$9,061.47$6,589.10$6,589.10$6,589.10 $27,322.74$27,322.74$27,322.74$39,126.44$39,126.44$39,126.44$84,747.06$84,747.06 $8,332.88$8,332.88$8,332.88$6,871.17$6,871.17$6,871.17$3,511.61$3,511.61$3,511.61 2021 Non-2021 Non- $38,411.71$38,411.71$38,411.71$19,304.94$19,304.94$19,304.94 $288,014.14$288,014.14$288,014.14$136,908.38$136,908.38$136,908.38$501,354.85$501,354.85 Matched LevyMatched Levy 20212021LevyLevy Matched Matched $7,155.92$7,155.92$7,155.92$5,900.67$5,900.67$5,900.67$3,015.62$3,015.62$3,015.62 $32,986.33$32,986.33$32,986.33$16,578.26$16,578.26$16,578.26 $247,334.19$247,334.19$247,334.19$117,571.05$117,571.05$117,571.05$430,542.04$430,542.04 18 7.66167.66167.66161.66211.66211.66211.37051.37051.37050.70040.70040.70043.85063.85063.8506 100.00100.00 % Levy% Levy 57.447257.447257.447227.307727.307727.3077 Draft 1% Levy ScenarioDraft 1% Levy ScenarioDraft 1% Levy Scenario 244,110,220244,110,220244,110,220201,289,760201,289,760201,289,760102,871,977102,871,977102,871,977565,534,763565,534,763565,534,763 1,125,263,9631,125,263,9631,125,263,9638,437,320,5358,437,320,5358,437,320,5354,010,705,5964,010,705,5964,010,705,596 14,687,096,81414,687,096,814 MCVA in WatershedMCVA in Watershed ΫΫCƚƚƷƓƚƷĻʹ \[ĻǝǤ ƦğƩƷźğƌƌǤ ƭǒƦƦƚƩƷƭ ƷŷĻ ĭƚƭƷƭ ƚŅ ƚƦĻƩğƷźƓŭ ƷŷĻ ƦƩƚǝźƓĭźğƌƌǤ ƒğƓķğƷĻķ ƩĻƦƚƓƭźĬźƌźƷźĻƭ ƚŅ ƒǒƓźĭźƦğƌ ƦƌğƓ źƓƦǒƷ ğƓķ ƩĻǝźĻǞ͵ tƩƚǝźƓĭĻ ƒƚǝĻķ Ʒƚ ŭƩĻğƷƌǤ ƩĻķǒĭĻ ŭƩğƓƷƭ źƓ ЊВВЎ͵ ŷĻ ƌĻǝǤ źƭ ĭğƌĭǒƌğƷĻķ ĬğƭĻķ ƚƓ ƦğƭƷͲ ΫΫCƚƚƷƓƚƷĻʹ \[ĻǝǤ ƦğƩƷźğƌƌǤ ƭǒƦƦƚƩƷƭ ƷŷĻ ĭƚƭƷƭ ƚŅ ƚƦĻƩğƷźƓŭ ƷŷĻ ƦƩƚǝźƓĭźğƌƌǤ ƒğƓķğƷĻķ ƩĻƦƚƓƭźĬźƌźƷźĻƭ ƚŅ ƒǒƓźĭźƦğƌ ƦƌğƓ źƓƦǒƷ ğƓķ ƩĻǝźĻǞ͵ tƩƚǝźƓĭĻ ƒƚǝĻķ Ʒƚ ŭƩĻğƷƌǤ ƩĻķǒĭĻ ŭƩğƓƷƭ źƓ ЊВВЎ͵ ŷĻ ƌĻǝǤ źƭ ĭğƌĭǒƌğƷĻķ ĬğƭĻķ ƚƓ ƦğƭƷͲ ΫΫCƚƚƷƓƚƷĻʹ \[ĻǝǤ ƦğƩƷźğƌƌǤ ƭǒƦƦƚƩƷƭ ƷŷĻ ĭƚƭƷƭ ƚŅ ƚƦĻƩğƷźƓŭ ƷŷĻ ƦƩƚǝźƓĭźğƌƌǤ ƒğƓķğƷĻķ ƩĻƦƚƓƭźĬźƌźƷźĻƭ ƚŅ ƒǒƓźĭźƦğƌ ƦƌğƓ źƓƦǒƷ ğƓķ ƩĻǝźĻǞ͵ tƩƚǝźƓĭĻ ƒƚǝĻķ Ʒƚ ŭƩĻğƷƌǤ ƩĻķǒĭĻ ŭƩğƓƷƭ źƓ ЊВВЎ͵ ŷĻ ƌĻǝǤ źƭ ĭğƌĭǒƌğƷĻķ ĬğƭĻķ ƚƓ ƦğƭƷͲ ĻǣźƭƷźƓŭ ğƓķ ğƓƷźĭźƦğƷĻķ ƦƩƚŭƩğƒ ğĭƷźǝźƷǤ͵ ŷĻ ƒǒƓźĭźƦğƌźƷǤ ŷğƭ ƷŷĻ ƚƦƷźƚƓ ƚŅ ƩĻĭƚǝĻƩźƓŭ ƷŷĻ ƌĻǝǤ ƷŷƩƚǒŭŷ ğƦƦƌźĭğƷźƚƓ ŅĻĻƭ͵ ĻǣźƭƷźƓŭ ğƓķ ğƓƷźĭźƦğƷĻķ ƦƩƚŭƩğƒ ğĭƷźǝźƷǤ͵ ŷĻ ƒǒƓźĭźƦğƌźƷǤ ŷğƭ ƷŷĻ ƚƦƷźƚƓ ƚŅ ƩĻĭƚǝĻƩźƓŭ ƷŷĻ ƌĻǝǤ ƷŷƩƚǒŭŷ ğƦƦƌźĭğƷźƚƓ ŅĻĻƭ͵ ĻǣźƭƷźƓŭ ğƓķ ğƓƷźĭźƦğƷĻķ ƦƩƚŭƩğƒ ğĭƷźǝźƷǤ͵ ŷĻ ƒǒƓźĭźƦğƌźƷǤ ŷğƭ ƷŷĻ ƚƦƷźƚƓ ƚŅ ƩĻĭƚǝĻƩźƓŭ ƷŷĻ ƌĻǝǤ ƷŷƩƚǒŭŷ ğƦƦƌźĭğƷźƚƓ ŅĻĻƭ͵ 777888888 %% 606060151515787878969696 Municipality Municipality in Watershedin Watershed $725,044,567.50$725,044,567.50$725,044,567.50$70,316,416,975$70,316,416,975 Modified Current Modified Current $1,875,439,939.00$1,875,439,939.00$1,875,439,939.00$3,487,288,851.20$3,487,288,851.20$3,487,288,851.20$2,516,122,003.85$2,516,122,003.85$2,516,122,003.85$1,285,899,716.75$1,285,899,716.75$1,285,899,7 16.75$4,177,818,329.60$4,177,818,329.60$4,177,818,329.60 Value AssessmentValue Assessment $56,248,803,566.80$56,248,803,566.80$56,248,803,566.80 TotalTotal LondonLondonLondon MalahideMalahideMalahide SouthwoldSouthwoldSouthwold St. ThomasSt. ThomasSt. Thomas MunicipalityMunicipality Central ElginCentral ElginCentral Elgin Thames CentreThames CentreThames Centre Middlesex CentreMiddlesex CentreMiddlesex Centre