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Correspondence Agenda - 2021/04/08The Corporation of the Township of Malahide CORRESPONDENCE AGENDA April 8, 2021 – 7:30 p.m. (F)Correspondence: 1.Association of Municipalities of Ontario - Watch File – dated March 18, 25, and April 1, 2021. (Pages 4 - 10) 2.Township of South Glengarry – Resolution requesting the Provincial Government to procure approved COVID-19 Vaccines to be distributed to the residents of the Province of Ontario. (Pages C11) 3.Municipality of Tweed, City of Owen Sound – Resolution advocating for reform and reconsideration of the Negligence Act, R.S.O. 1990 c.N to provide for alternatives relating to Joint and Severable Liability. (Malahide Township supported AMO’s recommendations previously on January 21, 2021). (Pages C12 - 15) 4.Municipality of Leamington, Township of Edwardsburg-Cardinal, Town of Plympton-Wyoming – Resolution requesting the Province to reverse their decision to close the Ontario Fire College Campus in Gravenhurst. (Malahide Township supported a similar resolution on February 4, 2021). (Pages C16 -24) 5.Municipality of Grey-Highlands – Resolution requesting the Province to provide a clear plan on how the Province intends to modernize and expand firefighter training ensuring equal access for all municipal fire departments as well as a plan for funding. (Pages C25 - 27) 6.Town of Plympton-Wyoming – Resolution supporting Norfolk County resolution relating to application of carbon tax on primary agriculture producers. (Page C28) 7.Town of Fort Erie, Town of Plympton-Wyoming – Resolution supporting the City of Sarnia requesting the Province to adjust capacity limits as part of the colour coded system. (Pages C29 - 34) 8.County of Peterborough – Resolution Supporting Niagara – Requesting the Province and Federal Government for additional funding regarding homelessness and lack of affordable housing in Niagara. (Pages C35 - 38) 9.Town of Fort Erie – Resolution requesting Province to support overall health of Niagara community and end of life care required to alleviate burden on hospitals (Support of McNally House Hospice’s Life in Every Moment Campaign). (Pages C39 - 41) 10. Town of Fort Erie – Resolution supporting Township of Brock’s request to Health Canada to confirm designated cannabis growers conform with local zoning and control by-laws, ensure local authorities are notified of licence changes, and provide police and necessary enforcement. (Pages C42 - 44) 11. Municipality of Calvin – Resolution requesting the Province to legislate universal paid sick days for all workers in Ontario. (Page C45) 12. Township of Pickle Lake – Resolution requesting the Province to amend the Municipal Elections Act so people with an un-cleared criminal record be prohibited from becoming a candidate in a municipal election. (Page C46) 13. Town of Orangeville – Resolution requesting the Minister of Infrastructure and the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing to withdraw Schedule 3 from Bill 257 relating to changes in the Planning Act. (Page C47) 14.Town of Kingsville – Resolution and correspondence to Federal Government stating their opposition to the adoption of any by-laws restricting the possession, storage and transportation of legally obtained handguns. (Pages C48 - 49) 15. Town of Cochrane – Resolution requesting the Provincial Government to reverse their decision on the closure of the youth justice facility in Cochrane (MeeQuam Youth Residence). (Pages C50 - 51) 16. Ontario Recreation Facilities Association (ORFA) – Offering continued support to its members during COVID-19. (Pages C52 - 54) 17. Debbie France, Resident of Norfolk – Correspondence regarding Health Canada Cannabis Consultation open for comment until May 7, 2021. (Pages C55 - 56) 18. Aylmer Water Distribution System - Annual Report 2020 – Drinking Water. (Pages C57 - 63) 19. Ontario Clean Water Agency – Annual Wastewater Report - Aylmer Wastewater Treatment and Collections. (Pages C64 - 107) 20. Long Point Region Conservation Authority – 2020 Annual Report. (Pages C108 - 127) 21. County of Elgin – Official Plan Amendment of 1111944 Ontario Limited (Creative Enterprises) David and Mary Thiessen, relating to the property at 51631 and 51553 Calton Line - Notification that no appeals have been received. (Page C128) 22. Municipality of Central Elgin – Notice of Passing of Zoning By-law Amendment relating to property at 45939 John Wise Line. (Page C129) 23. Municipality of Central Elgin – Minor Variance Public Meeting relating to the following properties: - 205 Prospect Street, Port Stanley. (Page C130) - 178 Kettle Creek Drive, Belmont. (Page C131) - 126 Ramona Lane, Belmont. (Page C132) -43075 and 43105 Roberts Line, Yarmouth. (Page C133) 24. Municipality of Central Elgin – Notice of Intention to Remove Holding Zone relating to Kemsley Subdivision, now Eagle Ridge Phase 1, Geographic Township of Yarmouth. (Page C134) 1 Diana Wilson From:AMO Communications <Communicate@amo.on.ca> Sent:March 18, 2021 10:01 AM To:Diana Wilson Subject:AMO WatchFile - March 18, 2021 AMO WatchFile not displaying correctly? View the online version Add Communicate@amo.on.ca to your safe list March 18, 2021 In This Issue - PJ Marshall Awards - Call for submissions for 2021. - Government releases new Age-Friendly Community Planning Guide. - Ontario supports tourism, culture, sport and recreation organizations. - Don’t miss the Early Bird Deadline for AMO 2021. - Register for AMO’s Long-Term Care webinar. - Accessibility & Your Municipality: Meeting your legal and ethical obligations. - EPT Spotlight: Tracking conservation measures. - Upcoming group buying webinars: Procurement, modular bridges. - Get to know the Road & Sidewalk Assessment Program. - Training on delegation of planning decisions - April 23. - Careers: AMO, East Gwillimbury, Georgina, East Garafraxa and Espanola. AMO Matters Every year at the AMO Conference the PJ Marshall Awards recognize municipal excellence and innovation in capital projects, operating efficiencies and new approaches to service delivery. If you have something you are proud to share, the deadline for 2021 submissions is May 28, 2021. Provincial Matters The Creating More Inclusive Ontario: age-friendly community planning guide for municipalities and community organizations and its three supporting documents can be used to develop and support age-friendly communities in Ontario. The new Community Building Fund will support two program streams - the operating stream will open to nonprofits on March 31, while the capital funding stream for municipalities and nonprofits will open later in 2021. Eye on Events Planning for AMO 2021 is in full gear and all you need to do now is to register by April 4 2 30 to take advantage of the early bird rate. Register today for AMO’s free webinar on Municipal Long-Term Care Advocacy. It will take place on March 24, 2021 from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm. What are your municipality’s legal and ethical obligations to persons with disabilities? AMO’s partner, eSolutionsGroup, addresses current Ontario legislation and how it affects content and systems compliance, technical aspects of updating and maintaining accessible content on your website. Register now for the April 8 or April 15 webinar. LAS EPT Spotlight: EPT includes a tracking module for energy saving projects and processes in your facilities. Calculate savings, payback, and track progress for all your energy conservation measures in one convenient place. Contact us to learn more. Group Buying webinars coming soon: Register for our March 24, 10 am webinar where we provide a legal/procurement update on cooperative purchasing. Join us April 7, 10 am to hear from Armtec on their modular bridge solution. Keep an eye on our Events page for future LAS webinars, and check out the Webinars page for our video archive. Join us on April 8 at 2 pm for a webinar showcasing the popular Road & Sidewalk Assessment Service, used by over 100 municipalities in Ontario to stretch their public works dollars. Available to municipalities of any size, this program makes cutting-edge technology available at an affordable price. Municipal Wire* The Ontario Professional Planners Institute (OPPI) will lead a conversation with municipal council and staff on how delegation of planning approvals could be leveraged to help Council agendas focus on the strategic, support efficient processes, and improve service delivery while maintaining accountability. Register for this free education opportunity on April 23. Careers Policy Advisor - AMO. Working in a dynamic work environment, the ideal candidate must be an excellent public policy analyst with a related post secondary degree. You excel in policy research and analysis, are proactive in issue identification and problem solving with an advanced understanding of the current public policy and municipal, provincial and federal political environments. Please apply in confidence by email to: careers@amo.on.ca by April 1, 12 PM. Utility Analyst - Town of East Gwillimbury. Reports to Manager of Financial Services. Position Status: Full-time Permanent. If you’re looking for a career that will enable you to contribute to a growing and inclusive community, please submit your resume and related information online at: ADP Workforce Now - Career Centre. Deadline for applications is March 22, 2021. Roads Operations Supervisor, Contract Management - Town of Georgina. Department: Operations and Infrastructure. Status: Temporary, Full Time (up to 2 5 3 years). Applicants are invited to submit a resume and cover letter, identifying the Job Title and ID# 2021.16T in the subject line. Please apply by visiting the Careers page - Current Opportunities on our website by March 25, 2021 at 11:59 pm. Director of Public Works - Township of East Garafraxa. Reports to the Chief Administrative Officer and Council. Applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and resume, quoting file number 2021-01, by March 31, 2021 to: Township of East Garafraxa Attention: Susan Stone, CAO, Administration Office, 065371 Dufferin County Road 3, Unit 2, East Garafraxa ON L9W 7J8. Email: Susan Stone, CAO. Chief Administrative Officer / Treasurer - Town of Espanola. Position status: Permanent, Full-Time. Please submit your covering letter and resume by April 6, 2021 to: Attn: File 2021 ADMIN 01, The Corporation of the Town of Espanola, 100 Tudhope St., Ste 2, Espanola, ON P5E 1S6. Email: town@espanola.ca. Fax: 705.869.0083. Clerk / Manager of Planning Services - Town of Espanola. Position status: Permanent, Full-Time. Please submit your covering letter and resume by April 6, 2021 to: Attn: File 2021 ADMIN 02, The Corporation of the Town of Espanola, 100 Tudhope St., Ste 2, Espanola, ON P5E 1S6. Email: town@espanola.ca. Fax: 705.869.0083. 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 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. Please consider the environment before printing this. Association of Municipalities of Ontario 200 University Ave. Suite 801,Toronto ON Canada M5H 3C6 To unsubscribe, please click here 6 1 Diana Wilson From:AMO Communications <Communicate@amo.on.ca> Sent:March 25, 2021 10:01 AM To:Diana Wilson Subject:AMO WatchFile - March 25, 2021 AMO WatchFile not displaying correctly? View the online version Add Communicate@amo.on.ca to your safe list March 25, 2021 In This Issue - Government releases Age-Friendly Community Planning Guide. - Community Building Fund. - Accessibility & Your Municipality: Meeting your legal and ethical obligations. - EPT Spotlight: Automatic utility import. - Group Buying webinar: Bridge-in-a-Box. - Road & Sidewalk Assessment webinar. - Training on delegation of planning decisions - April 23. - Careers: AMO and Durham Region. Provincial Matters The Creating More Inclusive Ontario: age-friendly community planning guide for municipalities and community organizations and its three supporting documents can be used to develop and support age-friendly communities in Ontario. The Community Building Fund will support two streams - the operating stream will open to nonprofits on March 31, while the capital funding stream for municipalities and nonprofits will open later in 2021. The $50 million capital funding stream will go to municipalities and non-profit organizations to carry out sport and recreation facility infrastructure repairs, including retrofits and rehabilitation to meet COVID-19 public health protocol requirements. Eye on Events What are your municipality’s legal and ethical obligations to persons with disabilities? AMO’s partner, eSolutionsGroup, addresses current Ontario legislation and how it affects content and systems compliance, technical aspects of updating and maintaining accessible content on your website. Register now for the April 8 or April 15 webinar. LAS 7 2 EPT Spotlight: If you are enrolled in the LAS Natural Gas or Electricity programs, this consumption data can be automatically imported into EPT! Save time and keep your database accurate and up-to-date with this helpful perk. Contact us to learn more. Municipalities own thousands of small bridges, many in need of repair or replacement. Modular bridges offer a quick and cost-effective solution. The Municipal Group Buying Program offers bridge-in-a-box through Armtec, available in single or double lane configurations with spans from 6m to 24.5m. Register here for our webinar April 7 at 10 am EST or contact Tanner to learn more. Does your municipality need an updated road or sidewalk study? Join us April 8 at 2pm EST to hear how our Road & Sidewalk Assessment Service ensures every dollar spent on your surface assets makes the most impact. FCM funding is available to cover up to 90% of project cost. Municipal Wire* The Ontario Professional Planners Institute (OPPI) will lead a conversation with municipal council and staff on how delegation of planning approvals could be leveraged to help Council agendas focus on the strategic, support efficient processes, and improve service delivery while maintaining accountability. Register for this free education opportunity on April 23. Careers Policy Advisor - AMO. Working in a dynamic work environment, the ideal candidate must be an excellent public policy analyst with a related post secondary degree. You excel in policy research and analysis, are proactive in issue identification and problem solving with an advanced understanding of the current public policy and municipal, provincial and federal political environments. Please apply in confidence by email to: careers@amo.on.ca by April 1, 12 PM. Manager, Administrative Services (Job ID 14177) - Region of Durham. Reports to: Commissioner, Planning & Economic Development. Position status: Full-Time, Regular. To learn more about this opportunity, please visit Durham Region and apply online directly to Job ID# 14177 no later than April 5, 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 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 8 1 Diana Wilson From:AMO Communications <Communicate@amo.on.ca> Sent:April 1, 2021 10:01 AM To:Diana Wilson Subject:AMO WatchFile - April 1, 2021 AMO WatchFile not displaying correctly? View the online version Add Communicate@amo.on.ca to your safe list April 1, 2021 In This Issue - Municipal Innovation Toolkit: Modernizing public service through innovation. - Report out on March 26, 2021 AMO Board meeting. - PJ Marshall Awards - Call for submissions for 2021. - AMO’s webinar on long-term care posted. - Accessibility & your municipality: Meeting your legal and ethical obligations. - The pandemic’s impact on municipal fleets in Canada. - Group Buying webinars: Bridges and Boulders. - Road and Sidewalk Assessment webinar. - Careers: Halton Region, Gravenhurst, East Gwillimbury and Goderich. Guest Column* The new Municipal Innovation Exchange (MIX) Toolkit outlines how local governments can build innovation capacity to meet communities’ complex and rapidly-evolving needs and modernize public service. AMO Matters AMO President Graydon Smith recaps the highlights of the March 26 AMO Board meeting. Every year at the AMO Conference the PJ Marshall Awards recognize municipal excellence and innovation in capital projects, operating efficiencies and new approaches to service delivery. If you have something you are proud to share, the deadline for 2021 submissions is May 28, 2021. On March 24, AMO hosted a webinar on long-term care for members. In case you missed it, the link to the recording is here. For more information, contact Michael Jacek, Senior Advisor. Eye on Events 9 2 What are your municipality’s legal and ethical obligations to persons with disabilities? AMO’s partner, eSolutionsGroup, addresses current Ontario legislation and how it affects content and systems compliance, technical aspects of updating and maintaining accessible content on your website. Register now for the April 8 or April 15 webinar. LAS The pandemic has presented several challenges for municipal fleets, making it more important than ever to focus on cost control, capital management, and the safety of employees and constituents. We’re excited to announce two NEW offerings under the LAS Municipal Group Buying Program. Join us for these introductory webinars: we’ll be hearing about Armtec’s Bridge-in-a Box solution on April 7 at 10 am (register here), and our new Aggregates category on April 21 at 10 am (register here). Our popular Road & Sidewalk Assessment Service has helped over 100 municipalities of all sizes better manage their surface assets. Join us on April 8 to learn how this program helps you make the most of your public works budget. Careers Development Analyst - Halton Region. Department: Finance, Capital & Development Financing Division. Position status: Permanent Full-Time. Posting #: F-136-21. Posting Expires: April 2, 2021. Please apply online at Halton Job Postings. Chief Administrative Officer - Town of Gravenhurst. Known as the Gateway to Muskoka, Gravenhurst offers a prime geographical location, solid infrastructure, natural beauty and work-life balance. To explore this opportunity please apply via email by April 12, 2021 to careers@waterhousesearch.ca quoting project GR-CAO. Should you wish to speak to our Executive Recruiter or to receive a detailed position description please contact Amy Oliveira at 416.214.9299 x4, or Jon Stungevicius at 416.214.9299 x1. Manager, Development Finance - Town of East Gwillimbury. Position Status: Contract (12 months). If you’re looking for a career that will enable you to contribute to a growing and inclusive community, please submit your resume and related information online at ADP Workforce Now - Career Centre. Deadline for applications is April 14, 2021. RFP: Services of an Intergrity Commissioner, Closed Meeting Investigator & Municipal Ombudsman - Town of Goderich. Proponents are required to submit three (3) sets of their proposal as described in Section 3.0. All copies must be delivered to the Town of Goderich, 57 West Street, Goderich, Ontario N7A 2K5. Proposals must be received no later than 4:00 p.m. on April 23, 2021. Proposals received at 4:01 p.m. or later, as shown on the stamp by the Town of Goderich will be considered late, will be rejected, and returned unopened to the respective proponent. 10 11 12 13 Jamie Eckenswiller, Deputy Clerk City of Owen Sound 808 2nd Ave East Owen Sound ON N4K 2H4 Telephone: (519) 376-4440 ext. 1235 Facsimile: (519) 371-051 1 E-mail: jeckenswiller@owensound.ca Website: www.owensound.ca r,vherc you want lo lívt¿ March 24,202I Hon. Doug Ford Premier of Ontario Legislative Building, Queen's Park Toronto, ON M7A 141 premier@ontario.ca Dear Premier Ford: Re:Support for West Grey Resolution - Municipal Insurance Rates At its Regular meet¡ng held on March L5,2021, the Council of the Corporation of the City of Owen Sound considered the above noted matter and passed Resolution No, R-210315-010 as follows: R-210315-010 "THAT in considerat¡on of correspondence rece¡ved February 24,2021 from the Director of Administration/Glerk, West Grey respect¡ng Municipal lnsurance Rates, Gity Gouncil directs staff to send a letter in support of the resolut¡on passed by the Gouncil of the Corporation of the Municipality of West Grey to the Premier of Ontario, Minister of Finance, Attorney General of Ontario, MPP for Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound, and all municipalities in Ontario." The resolution passed by the Corporation of the Municipality of West Grey is as follows: "The Council of the Corporation of the Municipality of West Grey hereby supports the resolution of The Municipality of Grey Highlands dated January 22, 2021 wherein they call on the Province of Ontario to review the seven recommendations of AMO to investigate the following municipal insurance issues, as insurance premiums will soon be out of reach for many communities: The provincial government adopt a model of full proportionate liability to replace joint and several liabílity. Implement enhancements to the existing limitations period including the continued applicability of the existing 1O-day rule on slip and fall cases given recent judicial interpretations and whether a one-year limitatÍon period may be beneficial, 1 2 3. Implement a cap for economic loss awards, 14 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. Assess and implement additional measures which would support lower premiums or alternatives to the provision of :-^..-^- ,:^^^ [.., ^¡-L^- ^^+i+¡^^ ^,.^L ^F^€:+lll>ul ol lLç >çl vlLEÞ uy LrLl lEl Ël lLlLlçJ ÞuLl I oÞ llvll-Pl \,,l lL i nsura nce reciproca ls. Compel the insurance industry to supply all necessary financial evidence, including but not limited to, premiums, claims and deductible limit changes which support its own and municipal arguments as to the fiscal impact of joint and several liability. Establish a provincial and municipal working group to consider the above and put forward recommendations to the Attorney General; and That this motion be provided to the Premier of Ontario, Minister of Finance, Attorney General of Ontario, MPP for Bruce-Grey- Owen Sound and all municipalities in Ontario." If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me. Sincere Jamie Eckenswiller, AMP Deputy Clerk City of Owen Sound cc Hon. Peter Bethlenfalvy, Minister of Finance Hon. Doug Downey, Attorney General Hon. Bill Walker, MPP Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound All Ontario Municipalities 4 5 6 7 15 Legislative Services 111 Erie Street North Leamington, ON N8H 2Z9 519-326-5761 clerks@leamington.ca March 15, 2021 SENT VIA EMAIL RE: Support of Save the Ontario Fire College Resolution dated February 11, 2021, received from Chris McConnell, President, OPSEU Local 317 Please be advised that the Council of The Corporation of the Municipality of Leamington, at its meeting held Tuesday, February 23, 2021 enacted the following resolution: No. C-48-21 WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College Campus has been in operation in Gravenhurst since 1958; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College Campus is one of the primary sources of certified training for Ontario Firefighters; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College Campus has built a reputation of integrity, credibility, and reliability in providing some of the best training to our Fire Services within the Province of Ontario; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College Campus has been used to train and certify both Volunteer, Part-Time and Career firefighters throughout Ontario; and WHEREAS the Regional Training Centers are not all created equal and similar in function to the Ontario Fire College Campus; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College Campus gives Ontario Firefighters another option other than Regional Training Centers to obtain National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) certifications; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College Campus is the most cost-effective method for municipalities to certify Firefighters to NFPA Standards in Ontario; and WHEREAS the Ontario Government enacted and revoked 0. Reg. 379/18: Firefighter Certification in 2018; and WHEREAS when the Ontario Government revoked 0. Reg. 379/18: Firefighter Certification, it was made known by the Office of the Solicitor General that the act would be amended and brought back in the future; and 16 THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Municipality of Leamington requests that the Province of Ontario reverse their decision to close the Ontario Fire College Campus in Gravenhurst as the OFC is one of the best and most cost-effective methods for municipalities to train their firefighters which assists us in protecting our residents; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT this Resolution is forwarded to the Honourable Doug Ford Premier of Ontario, the Honourable Sylvia Jones; Ontario Solicitor General, the Honourable Steve Clark, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the Ontario Fire Marshal; Jon Pegg, and all municipalities within the Province of Ontario. Carried Sincerely, Signature on File Brenda M. Percy, Clerk cc: Hon. Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario Hon. Sylvia Jones, Ontario Solicitor General Hon. Steve Clark, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing Jon Pegg, Ontario Fire Marshal All Ontario Municipalities 17 TOWNSHIP OF EDWARDSBURGH CARDINAL March 22 , 2021 WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College has been in operation since 1949 , where its primary responsibility is to develop and delivery academically sound educational and hands on training programs to meet the needs of both today's and tomorrow's fire services ; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College 's main objective is to assist the students to become the best trained and most professional members of the Ontario fire service; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College is one of the primary sources of certified training for Ontario and Municipal Firefighters ; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College has built a reputation of integrity , credibility, and reliability in providing some of the best training for our fire services within the Province of Ontario ; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College has been utilized by the Township of Edwardsburgh Cardinal for numerous years to train and certify our volunteer fire fighters ; and WHEREAS the Township of Edwardsburgh Cardinal Volunteer Fire Department is on call 24/7 for 365 days a year , with regular jobs and families that expect them to come home safely each and every time ; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College provides fire fighters with another option other than Regional Training Centres to obtain their National Fire Protection Association certification ; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College is the most cost effective method to certify fire fighters to National Fire Protection Association standards in Ontario ; and WHEREAS when the Government of Ontario enacted and revoked Ontario Regulation 379/18 : Firefighter Certification , it was made known by the Office of the Solicitor General that the Act would be amended and brought back in the future; and ZREAS the Ontario Fire Service stakeholders were not consulted regarding the clo ure of the Ontario Fire Colleg_JAfaining facility in Gravenhurst ; and Carried □ Defeated □ ldnanimous A \l\ ~ \..,CA. Mayor: \ I RECORDED VOTE J\OUE4 EDBY: NAME \ YEA NAY Councillor H. Cameron ' Councillor S . Dillabough Councillor J . Hunter Deputy Mayor T. Deschamps Mayor P. Sayeau TOTAL I 18 .. TOWNSHIP OF EDWARDSBURGH CARDINAL March 22 , 2021 Resolution Number: 2021-______ _ Moved By : ___________ _ Seconded By : __________ _ WHEREAS municipalities in the Province of Ontario are mandated to establish a program including public education and fire prevention, and provide fire protection services as it deems may be necessary with its needs and circumstance . NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVES THAT the Council of the Corporation of the Township of Edwardsburgh Cardinal hereby strongly requests that the Government of Ontario reverse their decision to close the Ontario Fire College as it is one of the best and most cost effective methods for municipalities to educate and train their firefighters which assists in protecting all residents; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT if the Government of Ontario chooses to not reverse its decision to close the Ontario Fire College, the Province should provide direct financial support to municipalities to offset the increased training costs of providing Provincially mandated firefighting services; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT this resolution be forwarded to the Honourable Doug Ford , Premier of Ontario, the Honourable Sylvia Jones; Ontario Solicitor General, the Honourable Steve Clark , Minister of Municipal Affairs and House, the Ontario Fire Marshal, and all municipalities within the Province of Ontario. □ Carried □ Defeated □ Unanimous Mayor: _________ _ I RECORDED VOTE REQUESTED BY: NAME YEA NAY Councillor H. Cameron Councillor S . Dillabough Councillor J. Hunter Deputy Mayor T. Deschamps Mayor P. Sayeau TOTAL I 19 , March 19th 2A21 Sent via e-mail Re: Town of Gravenhunst Resolution * Ontario Fire College \ Please be advised that on March l}th 2021the Town of Plympton-\Afuoming Counqil passed the following motion to support the Town of Gravenhurst - Oniario Fire dotbge:. F Motion #13 - Moved by Netty McEwen, Secanded by Tim Wilkins that Cauncil support item "v)" from the Town af Gravenhurct regarding the Ontario Fire College. Motion Carried. WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College Campus has been in operation in Gravenhurst since 1958; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College Campus is one of the primary sources of certified training for Ontario Firefighters; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College Campus has built a reputation of integrity, credibility, and reliability in providing some of the besttraining to our Fire Services within the Province of Ontario; and -\ WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College Campus has been used to train and certify both Volunteer, Part-Time and Career firefighters throughout Ontario; and WHEREAS the RegionalTraining Centers are not all created equal and similar in function to the Ontario Fire College Campus; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College Campus gives Ontario Firefighters another option other than RegionalTraining Centers to obtain National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) certiflcations; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College Campus is the most cost-effective method for municipalities to qertify Firefighters to NFPA Standards in Ontario; and WHEREAS the Ontario Government enacted and revoked 0. Eeg. 379118: Firefighter Certification in 2018; and The Corporation of the Town of Plympton-Wyoming P.O Box 250, 546 Niagara Street, Wyoming Ontario NON 1T0 Tel. 519-845-3939 Ontario Toll Free: lA77-313-3939 ) 20 Con't.page 2 WHEREA$ when the Ontario Govemment revoked 0. Reg. 379118: Firefighter Certification, it was made known by the Office of the Solicitor General that the act would be amended and brought back in the future; and THEREFORE, BE lT RESOLVED THAT the Town of Plympton-Wyoming requests that the Province of Ontario reverse their decision to close the Ontario Fire College Campus in Gravenhurst as the OFC is one of the b'est and most cost-effective methods for municipalities to train their firefighters which assists us in protecting our residents; and BE lT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT this Resolution is foruuarded to the Honourable Doug Ford Premier of Ontario, the Honourable Sylvia Jones; Ontario Solicitor General, the Honourable Steve Clark, Minister of MunicipalAffairs and Housing, the Ontario Fire Marshal; Jon Pegg, and all municipalities within the Province of Ontario. lf you have any questions regarding the above motion, please do not hesitate tdcontact me by phone or email at Ckg_afEiq]{tr&p"ly$ fi m-l-il$._qa Sincerely, Erin Clerk Town of Plympton-Wyoming The Corporation of the Town of Plympton-Wyoming P.O Box 250, 546 Niagara Street, Wyoming Ontario NON 1T0 Tel: 519-845-3939 Ontario Toll Free: 1-877-313-3939 21 3-5 Pineridge Gate Gravenhurst, Ontario P1P 1Z3 Office: (705) 687-3412 Fax: (705) 687-7016 info@gravenhurst.ca www.gravenhurst.ca Sent via Email February 11, 2021 RE: TOWN OF GRAVENHURST RESOLUTION – ONTARIO FIRE COLLEGE At the Town of Gravenhurst Committee of the Whole meeting held on February 9, 2021 the following resolution was passed: Moved by Councillor Lorenz Seconded by Councillor Murray WHEREAS the site of the Ontario Fire College has been in institutional use since 1902 as the Muskoka Free Hospital for Consumptives and the site of many heritage buildings that require protection; AND WHEREAS the Town of Gravenhurst has been home to the Ontario Fire College since 1957, providing world-class training and camaraderie to thousands of Firefighters from across the Province in a unique setting; AND WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College has established the reputation to certify both Volunteer and Career firefighters in a cost effective manner, offering top-tier training to all Fire Departments in Ontario; AND WHEREAS there is concern from several municipalities and firefighters across the Province that the closure is detrimental to their training and that downloading of training is simply too expensive for municipalities and not included in their 2021 budgets; AND WHEREAS the Fire Marshal has a duty (F.P.P.A.S 9.2(e)) to operate and maintain a central fire college and that regional training facilities are unproven and the closure of the Ontario Fire College was implemented with no stakeholder consultation; AND WHEREAS the community of Gravenhurst has benefitted from the employment opportunities that the Ontario Fire College has provided; AND WHEREAS the closure of the facility will result in significant job losses and would be a detriment to the broader community; 22 THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Province of Ontario reconsider the closure of the Ontario Fire College; AND THAT if the closure occurs, the facility and site in the Town of Gravenhurst be considered to be the location of a Regional Training Centre for Fire and Emergency Services, for all the people of Ontario; AND THAT the Province engage the Town of Gravenhurst and community partners to use the site in a matter that fosters growth of the community in a responsible way; AND FINALLY THAT this motion be forwarded to the Honourable Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario, the Honourable Sylvia Jones, Ontario Solicitor General, the Honourable Steve Clark, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, MPP Norm Miller, the Ontario Fire Marshal, Jon Pegg and all Ontario Municipalities. CARRIED Sincerely, Kayla Thibeault Director of Legislative Services / Clerk Town of Gravenhurst 23 DRAFT MOTION: WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College Campus has been in operation in Gravenhurst since 1958; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College Campus is one of the primary sources of certified training for Ontario Firefighters; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College Campus has built a reputation of integrity, credibility, and reliability in providing some of the best training to our Fire Services within the Province of Ontario; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College Campus has been used to train and certify both Volunteer, Part-Time and Career firefighters throughout Ontario; and WHEREAS the Regional Training Centers are not all created equal and similar in function to the Ontario Fire College Campus; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College Campus gives Ontario Firefighters another option other than Regional Training Centers to obtain National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) certifications; and WHEREAS the Ontario Fire College Campus is the most cost-effective method for municipalities to certify Firefighters to NFPA Standards in Ontario; and WHEREAS the Ontario Government enacted and revoked 0. Reg. 379/18: Firefighter Certification in 2018; and WHEREAS when the Ontario Government revoked 0. Reg. 379/18: Firefighter Certification, it was made known by the Office of the Solicitor General that the act would be amended and brought back in the future; and THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT the TOWNSHIP/MUNICIPALITY requests that the Province of Ontario reverse their decision to close the Ontario Fire College Campus in Gravenhurst as the OFC is one of the best and most cost-effective methods for municipalities to train their firefighters which assists us in protecting our residents; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT this Resolution is forwarded to the Honourable Doug Ford Premier of Ontario, the Honourable Sylvia Jones; Ontario Solicitor General, the Honourable Steve Clark, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, the Ontario Fire Marshal; Jon Pegg, and all municipalities within the Province of Ontario. 24 March 22, 2021 RE: Ontario Fire College Closure Please be advised that the Council of the Municipality of Grey Highlands, at its meeting held March 17, 2021, passed the following resolution: 2021-195 Moved by Aakash Desai, Seconded by Danielle Valiquette Whereas Council received the resolution 59/21 from the Township of Howick; and Whereas, the Province of Ontario has announced that as of March 31, 2021 the Gravenhurst campus of the Ontario Fire College will be permanently closed; and Whereas, the Province of Ontario announced plans to modernize and expand access to firefighter training in Ontario; and Whereas, there has been no clear plan communicated by the Province of Ontario on how to obtain firefighter training in the absence of the Ontario Fire College campus; and Whereas, there has been no clear plan communicated by the Province of Ontario on how firefighter training in Ontario will be modernized and expanded; and Whereas, there has been no clear plan communicated by the Province of Ontario regarding the costs or funding for modernized and expanded firefighter training in Ontario; and Whereas, the Municipality of Grey Highlands is a small municipality that operates a volunteer fire department to provide fire protection; Now therefore, be it resolved that Council respectfully request a clear plan be communicated that establishes how the Province intends to modernize and expand firefighter training ensuring equal access to all municipal fire departments in Ontario, and as well, present a plan for funding to subsidize and/or regulate the cost for firefighter training in the Province of Ontario; and 25 That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Solicitor General, MPP Bill Walker, the Ontario Fire Marshal, the Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs, the Association of Municipalities of Ontario, and all Ontario Municipalities. CARRIED. As per the above resolution, please accept a copy of this correspondence for your information and consideration. Sincerely, Jerri-Lynn Levitt Deputy Clerk Council and Legislative Services Municipality of Grey Highlands 26 March 3, 2021 Premier Doug Ford By email only premier@ontario.ca Dear Premier Ford: Please be advised that the following resolution was passed at the March 2, 2021 Howick Council meeting: Moved by Deputy Reeve Bowman; Seconded by Councillor Hargrave: Whereas, the Province of Ontario has announced that as of March 31, 2021 the Gravenhurst campus of the Ontario Fire College will be permanently closed; and Whereas, the Province of Ontario announced plans to modernize and expand access to firefighter training in Ontario; and Whereas, there has been no clear plan communicated by the Province of Ontario on how to obtain firefighter training in the absence of the Ontario Fire College campus; and Whereas, there has been no clear plan communicated by the Province of Ontario on how firefighter training in Ontario will be modernized and expanded; and Whereas, there has been no clear plan communicated by the Province of Ontario regarding the costs or funding for modernized and expanded firefighter training in Ontario; and Whereas, the Township of Howick is a small rural municipality that operates a volunteer fire department to provide fire protection; Now therefore, be it resolved that Council respectfully request a clear plan be communicated that establishes how the Province intends to modernize and expand firefighter training ensuring equal access to all municipal fire departments in Ontario, and as well, present a plan for funding to subsidise and or regulate the cost for firefighter training in the Province of Ontario. Carried. Resolution No. 59/21 If you require any further information, please contact this office, thank you. Yours truly, Carol Watson Carol Watson, Clerk Township of Howick Cc Solicitor General Sylvia Jones Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson Ontario Fire Marshal Jon Pegg Ontario Association of Fire Chiefs Mark McDonald AMO President Graydon Smith All Ontario Municipalities 27 7 The Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson Minister of Environment and Climate Change House of Commons Ottawa, ON K1A OAo Jonathan.Wilkinson@parl.gc. ca The Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food House of Comrnons Ottawa, ON K1A OAo Marie-Claude. Bibeau@parl. gc. ca ) March 1gth 2021 Re: Carbon Tax Sent via e-ma'il Please be advised that on March l}th 2021the Town of Plympton-Wyoming Council passed the following motion to support the Norfolk County AgriculturalAdvisory Boards letter regarding the application of the carbon tax on primary agriculture producers. lt is the recommendation of Norfolk County Council that the Federal Govemment consider the concerns of the agricultural community and move to exempt all primary agriculture producers from current and future carbon taxes. Motion *13 - Moved by Netty McEwen, Seconded by Tim Witkins that Council support item "q)" fram Norfolk County regarding Carbon Tax on Agriculture Producers. Motian Carried. lf you have any questions regarding the above motion, please do not hesitate to contact me by phone or email at ekwarciak@plympton-wvominq.ca. Sincerely, *"*_) Erin Kwarciak Clerk Town of Plympton-Wyoming cc. Association of Municipalities of Ontario Federation of Canadian Municipalities Ontario Municipalities The Corporation of the Town of Plympton-Wyoming P.O Box 250, 546 Niagara Street, Wyoming Ontario NON 1T0 Tel: 519-845-3939 Ontario Toll Free: 1-877-313-3939 28 Community Services Legislative Services March 23, 2021 File #120203 Sent via email: premier@ontario.ca The Honourable Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario Room 281, Legislative Building, Queen's Park Toronto, ON M7A 1A1 Honourable and Dear Sir: Re: City of Sarnia - Advocate the Province of Ontario to Adjust the Capacity Limits as part of the COVID-19 Colour Coded System Please be advised the Municipal Council of the Town of Fort Erie at its meeting of March 22, 2021 received and supported correspondence from the City of Sarnia dated March 4, 2021 advocating the Province of Ontario to adjust the capacity limits for dining, restaurants, sporting and recreational facilities, places of worship, event centers, and all retail/small businesses as part of the COVID-19 Colour Coded System. Attached please find a copy of the City of Sarnia’s correspondence dated March 4, 2021. Thank you for your attention to this matter Yours very truly, Carol Schofield, Dipl.M.A. Manager, Legislative Services/Clerk cschofield@forterie.ca CS:dlk Attach c.c. Tony Baldinelli, MP, Niagara Falls tony.baldinelli@parl.gc.ca Wayne Gates, MPP wgates-co@ndp.on.ca Niagara Region ann-marie.norio@niagararegion.ca Ontario Municipalities Mailing Address: The Corporation of the Town of Fort Erie 1 Municipal Centre Drive, Fort Erie ON L2A 2S6 Office Hours 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Phone: (905) 871-1600 FAX: (905) 871-4022 Web-site: www.forterie.ca 29 THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF SARNIA City Clerk’s Department 255 Christina Street N. PO Box 3018 Sarnia ON Canada N7T 7N2 519-332-0330 (phone) 519-332-3995 (fax) 519-332-2664 (TTY) www.sarnia.ca clerks@sarnia.ca March 4, 2021 The Honourable Doug Ford Premier of Ontario Legislative Building Queen's Park Toronto, ON M7A 1A1 Dear Premier Ford, Re: Colour Coded Capacity Limits At its meeting held on March 1, 2021, Sarnia City Council discussed the challenges local businesses are facing with respect to the colour coded system within the Province’s COVID-19 Response Framework. The following motion was adopted: That Sarnia City Council strongly advocate to the Province of Ontario that they adjust the capacity limits for dining, restaurants, sporting and recreational facilities, places of worship, event centers, and all retail/small businesses as part of the colour coded system. The following rationale was provided with the introduction of the motion:  The red zone currently only allows 10 people indoors at a dining or a sporting / recreational facility (regardless of the size), places of worship are capped at 30% or 50 people, and retail / small business is limited to a 50% capacity.  These businesses and organizations have heavily invested in facility improvements and expensive upgrades to ensure safe social distancing and have all the appropriate safety and protection measures in place.  Businesses in particular cannot properly plan under the current uncertainty and that means the loss of jobs and income for both workers and owners as well as mental health challenges. B B Received by MARCH 22, 2021 COUNCIL 30  Indoor capacity limits for restaurants, dining, sporting / recreational facilities, event centers, retail / small business, and places of worship should not involve arbitrary numbers (regardless of size), but instead be changed to the amount of people per facility which ensures that strict and safe social distancing can be maintained. Sarnia City Council has requested that all municipalities in Ontario join this advocacy effort. On behalf of Sarnia City Council, I look forward to your reply. Sincerely, Amy Burkhart Acting City Clerk Cc: All Ontario Municipalities Ms. Marilyn Gladu, MP Sarnia-Lambton Mr. Bob Bailey, MPP Sarnia-Lambton 31 , The Honourable Doug Ford Premier of Ontario Legislative Building Queen's Park Toronto, ON IUTA 1A1 d o uq.ford qq@p_a. qla. ors March $th 2a21 Re: Colour Coded Capacity Limib Sent via e-mail Please be advised that on March l}th 2A21the Town of Plympton-Wyoming Council passed the following motion to gupport the challenges local businesses are facing with respect to the colour .coded system within the Province's COVID-19 Response Framework. Motlon #13 - Moved by Netty McEwen, Seconded by Tim Wilkins that Council support item "x)" from City of Samia regarding Colour Coded Capacity Limits. Motion Carried. lf you have any questions regarding the above motion, please do not hesitate to contact me by phone o r ema i I at eKwarcla k@ p lyqulto r!:wyojll n c{. ca Sincerely, Erin Clerk Town 61 Plympton-Wyom ing Cc: All Ontario Municipalities Ms. Marilyn Gladr.r, MP Sarnia-Lambton Mr. Bob Bailey, MPP Sarnia-Lambton The Corporation of \he Town of Plympton-Wyoming P.0 Box 250, 546 Niaglra Street, Wyoming Ontario NON 1T0 Tel: 519-845-3939 Ontario Toll Free: 1-877-313-3939 32 THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF SARNIA City Clerk's Department 255 Christina Street N.PO Box 3018 Sarnia ON Canada N7T 7N2 519-332-0330 (phone)519-332-3995 (fax) 519-332-2664 ('l‘l'Y) www.sarnia.ca c|erks@sarnia.ca March 4,2021 The Honourable Doug Ford Premier of Ontario Legislative Building Queen's Park Toronto,ON M7A 1A1 Dear Premier Ford, Re: Colour Coded Capacity Limits At its meeting held on March 1,2021,Sarnia City Council discussed the challenges local businesses are facing with respect to the colour coded system within the Province’s COVID—19 Response Framework. The following motion was adopted: That Sarnia City Council strongly advocate to the Province of Ontario that they adjust the capacity limits for dining, restaurants,sporting and recreational facilities,places of worship,event centers,and all retail/small businesses as part of the colour coded system. The following rationale was provided with the introduction of the motion: The red zone currently only allows 10 people indoors at a dining or a sporting /recreational facility (regardless of the size),places of worship are capped at 30%or 50 people, and retail /small business is limited to a 50%capacity. These businesses and organizations have heavily invested in facility improvements and expensive upgrades to ensure safe social distancing and have all the appropriate safety and protection measures in place. Businesses in particular cannot properly plan under the current uncertainty and that means the loss of jobs and income for both workers and owners as well as mental health challenges. 33 -Indoor capacity limits for restaurants,dining,sporting /recreational facilities,event centers,retail /small business,and places of worship should not involve arbitrary numbers (regardless of size),but instead be changed to the amount of people per facility which ensures that strict and safe social distancing can be maintained. Sarnia City Council has requested that all municipalities in Ontario join this advocacy effort. On behalf of Sarnia City Council,I look forward to your reply. Sincerely, QQTKCC. Amy Burkhart Acting City Clerk Cc:All Ontario Municipalities Ms.Marilyn Gladu,MP Sarnia—Lambton Mr.Bob Bailey,MPP Sarnia—Lambton 34 Subject: FW: County of Peterborough Resolution Re: Homelessness, Mental Health and Addiction in Niagara Good Afternoon, Please note at their meeting on March 17th, 2021 Peterborough County Council approved the following resolution: Be it resolved that County Council supports the Niagara Region's resolution dated February 25, 2021 regarding Homelessness, Mental Health and Addiction in Niagara. For your convenience I have attached the original letter from Niagara Region. Should you have any questions or concerns please contact Kari Stevenson at kstevenson@ptbocounty.ca. Thanks, Marissa Martin Administrative Services Assistant Clerk's Division/Planning (705) 743-0380 Ext. 2105 35 March 4, 2021 CL 4-2021, February 25, 2021 PHSSC 2-2021, February 16, 2021 Minute Item No. 5.1, February 16, 2021 MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF MUNICIPALITIES OF ONTARIO (AMO) SENT ELECTRONICALLY Motion respecting Homelessness, Mental Health and Addiction in Niagara Minute Item No. 5.1 Regional Council, at its meeting held on February 25, 2021, approved the following resolution from its Public Health and Social Services Committee: WHEREAS Niagara Region prides itself as being a caring and compassionate community that continually strives to be a place where people want to live, work and play; WHEREAS providing access to safe, adequate and affordable housing for everyone is fundamental to achieving that goal; WHEREAS Niagara Region acknowledges that mental health, mental illness, addiction and homelessness, while important issues, are not homogenous, interchangeable or consistently interconnected, and doing so may over simplify exceptionally complex issues that require targeted policy solutions and intervention; WHEREAS Niagara Region’s 10-year Housing and Homelessness Action Plan (HHAP), A Home For All, outlines the Region’s vision, challenges, and the actions required to achieve its goals; WHEREAS Niagara Region has embarked on an ambitious effort to end chronic homelessness through participation in the national Built for Zero campaign; WHEREAS Regional Council formally adopted Mental Health and Wellbeing (2.2) and Addressing Affordable Housing Needs (2.3) as strategic priorities for the current term of our Council; WHEREAS a recent KPMG report commissioned by Niagara Region indicated that Council invests more levy funding than its peers into homelessness, demonstrating a steadfast commitment to addressing the issue; WHEREAS Niagara Region acknowledges that people living in shelters are part of the crisis and not the solution; WHEREAS Niagara Region has two planned housing projects that would directly address those in Niagara who experience chronic homelessness; 36 WHEREAS the implementation plan for Council’s strategic objectives states that staff will identify gaps within the mental health system to increase the functionality and collaboration within it; WHEREAS the same implementation plan directed staff to partner with Ontario Health (formally the LHIN) to review the local landscape to identify opportunities, including new investment; WHEREAS the treatment and supports for mental illness, addiction, and homelessness are predominantly funded and directed by the Province; WHEREAS the success of the Region’s Housing and Homelessness Action Plan is dependent on a commitment of sustained and increased funding (both operational and capital) from all levels of government to address the issues of housing insecurity and homelessness in Niagara; and WHEREAS the needs of the community far outweigh Niagara Region’s available resources and funding required to effectively address these issues, and the support of both the Provincial and Federal governments are needed to meet these needs. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 1. That Niagara Region Council officially ACKNOWLEDGE that a significant crisis exists in Niagara in regard to the prevalence of chronic homelessness and the lack of affordable housing that far surpasses the Region’s ability to meet the vision dictated in its 10-year Housing and Homelessness Action Plan (HHAP); 2. That the Regional Chair BE DIRECTED to send advocacy letters directly to the appropriate Federal and Provincial ministries outlining Niagara’s current situation and requesting additional funding be provided to ensure Niagara can meet the vision outlined in its housing action plan; 3. That the Regional Chair BE DIRECTED to advocate to the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing and the Minister of Families, Children and Social Development for the required operational funding for the planned supportive and bridge housing initiatives; 4. That Regional staff BE DIRECTED, in alignment with the planned review of Council’s strategic priorities, to produce a report specifically highlighting the progress being made and critical gaps in regard to services related to mental health, addictions and wellbeing; 5. That Regional staff BE DIRECTED to continue providing Regional Council updates on the HHAP and Built for Zero initiatives; 6. That Regional staff BE DIRECTED to request an update from the Overdose Prevention and Education Network of Niagara (OPENN) regarding the current status of the actions being taken to address addiction related issues in Niagara; and 37 7. That a copy of this motion be sent to all members of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO). Yours truly, Ann-Marie Norio Regional Clerk :kl CLK-C 2021- 044 38 Community Services Legislative Services March 23, 2021 File #120203 Sent via email: premier@ontario.ca The Honourable Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario Room 281, Legislative Building, Queen's Park Toronto, ON M7A 1A1 Honourable and Dear Sir: Re: Town of Lincoln – McNally House Hospice’s Life in Every Moment Campaign Please be advised the Municipal Council of the Town of Fort Erie at its meeting of March 22, 2021 received and supported correspondence from the Town of Lincoln dated March 18, 2021 requesting the Province of Ontario and the Niagara Region to support McNally House Hospice’s Life in Every Moment Campaign. Attached please find a copy of the Town of Lincoln’s correspondence dated March 18, 2021. Thank you for your attention to this matter. Yours very truly, Carol Schofield, Dipl.M.A. Manager, Legislative Services/Clerk cschofield@forterie.ca CS:dlk Attach c.c. Ann-Marie Norio, Regional Clerk ann-marie.norio@niagararegion.ca Dean Ellison, MP, Niagara West dean.allison@parl.gc.ca Chris Bittle, MP, St. Catharines chris.bittle@parl.gc.ca Tony Baldinelli, MP, Niagara Falls Tony.Baldinelli@parl.gc.ca Vance Badawey, MP, Niagara Centre vance.badawey@parl.gc.ca Jeff Burch, MPP, Niagara Centre jburch-qp@ndp.on.ca Sam Oosterhoff, MPP, Niagara West sam.oosterhoff@pc.ola.org Jennifer Stevens, MPP, St. Catharines JStevens-co@ndp.on.ca Wayne Gates, MPP, Niagara Falls wgates-co@ndp.on.ca Association of Municipalities of Ontario mturner@amo.on.ca Ontario Municipalities Mailing Address: The Corporation of the Town of Fort Erie 1 Municipal Centre Drive, Fort Erie ON L2A 2S6 Office Hours 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Phone: (905) 871-1600 FAX: (905) 871-4022 Web-site: www.forterie.ca 39 March 18, 2021 SENT VIA EMAIL: premier@ontario.ca The Honourable Doug Ford Premier of Ontario Legislative Building Queen's Park Toronto, ON M7A 1A1 RE: REQUEST FOR SUPPORT – MCNALLY HOUSE HOSPICE AND END OF LIFE CARE Please be advised that Council of the Corporation of the Town of Lincoln at its Special Council Meeting held on March 8, 2021, endorsed and passed the following motion in support of the McNally House Hospice’s Life in Every Moment Campaign. Moved by: Councillor Tony Brunet; Seconded by: Councillor Lynn Timmers That the Council of the Town of Lincoln request the Provincial government, Regional government, all Niagara MP’s and MPP’s as well as municipalities to recognize and support the overall health of the Niagara community and end of life care required to alleviate the burden on hospitals; and That the Council of the Town of Lincoln direct staff to report back on a financial contribution towards McNally House Hospice Expansion, commencing in 2022 to be funded over a five-year term. CARRIED Regards, Julie Kirkelos Town Clerk jkirkelos@lincoln.ca cc: Dean Alllison, MP Chris Bittle, MP I I Received by MARCH 22, 2021 COUNCIL 40 Tony Baldinelli, MP Vance Badawey, MP Sam Oosterhoff, MPP Jennifer Stevens, MPP Wayne Gates, MPP Jeff Burch, MPP Local Area Municipalities 41 Community Services Legislative Services March 23, 2021 File #120203 The Honourable Patty Hajdu Minister of Health House of Commons Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6 Patty.hajdu@parl.gc.ca Health Canada 70 Colombine Driveway Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0K9 Hcinfor.infosc@canada.ca Honourable and Dear Madam: Re: Township of Brock - Cannabis Licencing and Enforcement Please be advised the Municipal Council of the Town of Fort Erie at its meeting of March 22, 2021 received and supported correspondence from the Township of Brock dated March 2, 2021 requesting Health Canada to confirm designated growers conform with local zoning and control by-laws; notify local authorities of any licence issued, amended, suspended, reinstated or revoked; provide dedicated communication with local governments and Police Services; allow Police Services to lay charges when licenced operators grow in excess and provide enforcement support and guidance to local municipalities for dealing with land use complaints relating to Cannabis. Attached please find a copy of the Township of Brock’s correspondence dated March 2, 2021. Thank you for your attention to this matter. Yours very truly, Carol Schofield, Dipl.M.A. Manager, Legislative Services/Clerk cschofield@forterie.ca CS:dlk Attach c.c. The Honourable Christine Elliott, Minister of Health, Ontario christine.elliott@ontario.ca The Honourable Laurie Scott, MPP, Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock laurie.scottco@pc.ola.org The Honourable Ernie Hardeman, Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs minister.omafra@ontario.ca The Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food -MarieClaude.Bibeau@parl.gc.ca Tony Baldinelli, MP, Niagara Falls tony.baldinelli@parl.gc.ca Wayne Gates, MPP wgates-co@ndp.on.ca Becky Jamieson Municipal Clerk, Township of Brock becky.jamieson@brock.ca Chief of Police, Bryan MacCulloch, Niagara Regional Police Service deb.reid@niagarapolice.ca Association of Municipalities of Ontario mturner@amo.on.ca Ontario Municipalities Mailing Address: The Corporation of the Town of Fort Erie 1 Municipal Centre Drive, Fort Erie ON L2A 2S6 Office Hours 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Phone: (905) 871-1600 FAX: (905) 871-4022 Web-site: www.forterie.ca 42 The Corporation of The Township of Brock 1 Cameron St. E., P.O. Box 10 Cannington, ON L0E 1E0 705-432-2355 March 2, 2021 The Honourable Patty Hajdu Health Canada Minister of Health Canada Ottawa, Ontario Via email: Patty.Hajdu@parl.gc.ca via email: hcinfo.infosc@canada.ca Dear Honourable Madam: Re: Cannabis Licencing and Enforcement Please be advised that the Council of the Township of Brock, at their meeting held on February 22, 2021 adopted the following resolution: Resolution Number 22-2 MOVED by Michael Jubb and SECONDED by Cria Pettingill WHEREAS the Government of Canada introduced Bill C-45 (the Cannabis Act) to create the foundation for a comprehensive national framework to provide restricted access to regulated cannabis, and to control its production, distribution, sale, importation, exportation, and possession; WHEREAS the police have not been given lawful authority to lay charges under the Cannabis Act to appropriately respond to violations of Health Canada Registrations and Licenses; WHEREAS there is no direct communication or dedicated effort to provide a communication channel between Municipal government staff or Police Agencies for dealing with Health Canada Registrations and Licenses; WHEREAS the Township of Brock has not been consulted by Health Canada prior to the issuance of licenses for properties not in compliance with municipal zoning by-laws;the future; BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Township of Brock requests that Health Canada: 1. Require Federal Licenses and Registrations for Designated Growers to conform with local zoning and control by-laws; 2. Ensure local authorities are provided with notification of any licence issuance, amendment, suspension, reinstatement or revocation within their region; If this information is required in an accessible format, please contact the Township at 705-432-2355. F FF Received by MARCH 22, 2021 COUNCIL 43 Page 2 of 2 3. Provide dedicated communication with local governments and Police services; 4. Provide lawful authority to Police agencies to lay charges when registered or licences operations grow in excess of their registration or licence through Health Canada; and, 5. Provide enforcement support and guidance to local municipalities for dealing with land use complaints relating to Cannabis. AND FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED THAT the Township of Brock will forward this motion by email to the following partners: All municipalities in Ontario; the MP and MPP of Haliburton–Kawartha Lakes–Brock; the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs; the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food; and the Durham Region Police Services with the request that the Federal government enact legislation to better support local governments with land use management and enforcement issues as they relate to Cannabis Production and Processing. MOTION CARRIED Thank you for your consideration. Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the undersigned. Yours truly, THE TOWNSHIP OF BROCK Becky Jamieson Municipal Clerk BJ:dh cc. The Honourable Christine Elliott, Minister of Health, Ontario – christine.elliott@ontario.ca The Honourable Laurie Scott, MPP, Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock - laurie.scottco@pc.ola.org Jamie Schmale, MP, Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock -Jamie.schmale@parl.gc.ca The Honourable Ernie Hardeman, Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs – minister.omafra@ontario.ca The Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food -Marie- Claude.Bibeau@parl.gc.ca Inspector Ryan Connolly, DRPS -northdivision@drps.ca Ontario municipalities 44 CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF CALVIN Resolution DATE March 9, 2021___ NO.__2021-052___ MOVED BY_____Sandy Cross___________________________________ SECONDED BY___Heather Olmstead__________________________________ “WHEREAS workers in Ontario without paid sick leave often feel forced to work when unwell so they can feed and  support their families and are at risk of losing a paycheque or even their jobs if they stay home, and;  WHEREAS the Canada Recovery Sickness Benefit is temporary, not accessible to all and not usable for the crucial  first few days of an illness, and;   WHEREAS had legislated paid sick leave been in place before the global pandemic, lives would have been saved  because infection rates would have been reduced, and;   WHEREAS the lack of paid sick days has especially hurt Black, Indigenous, workers of colour, women and migrant  workers who are over‐represented in low‐paying frontline jobs with few benefits and a reduced ability to work  from home, and;   WHEREAS the Ontario Medical Association, 11 GTHA Mayors and Chairs representing Ontario’s largest  municipalities, the editorial board of the Toronto Star, the Toronto Board of Health, the Decent Work and Health  Network, the Ontario Nurses Association, and several other professional associations representing thousands of  healthcare workers have all called on the provincial government to legislate paid sick days;  THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Municipality of Calvin endorses legislated sick leave and calls on the  government of Ontario to permanently legislate universal paid sick days for all workers in Ontario during the  pandemic and beyond, regardless of workplace size, type of work or immigration status, and;   BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this motion be forwarded to the Premier of Ontario, Minister of Labour, all Regional  MPPs, and all Ontario Municipalities.”  CARRIED_______ DIVISION VOTE NAME OF MEMBER OF COUNCIL YEA NAY Coun Cross _X_____ ______ Coun Maxwell _______ ______ Coun Olmstead _X_____ ______ Coun Grant _______ ______ Mayor Pennell _X_____ ______ 45 46 Subject: Resolution, Bill 257 Good afternoon, Please see the resolution below passed by Orangeville Council on March 22, 2021. 2021-116 WHEREAS the purpose of the Planning Act is to promote sustainable economic development in a healthy natural environment and to provide for a land use planning system led by provincial policy; and, WHEREAS The requirement for all decision-makers under the Planning Act to make decisions in a manner that is consistent with the Provincial Policy Statement is longstanding and necessary for good planning, environmental, societal and health outcomes; THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT The Minister of Infrastructure and the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing be requested to withdraw Schedule 3 from Bill 257; and THAT a copy of this resolution be circulated to the Premier, MPP Sylvia Jones, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, Minister of Infrastructure, Credit Valley Conservation, and all Ontario municipalities. Result: Carried Thanks, Tracy Macdonald| Assistant Clerk | Corporate Services Town of Orangeville | 87 Broadway | Orangeville ON L9W 1K1 519-941-0440 Ext. 2256 | Toll Free 1-866-941-0440 Ext. 2256 tmacdonald@orangeville.ca | www.orangeville.ca 47 SENT VIA EMAIL March 25, 2021 The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, MP Prime Minister of Canada Langevin Block Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A2 Prime Minister: RE: Bill C-21, An Act to amend certain Acts and to make certain consequential amendments (firearms) At its Regular Meeting held on March 8, 2021 Council of the Town of Kingsville passed the following Resolution: “205-2021 Moved By Councillor Thomas Neufeld, Seconded By Councillor Larry Patterson A Resolution concerning Bill C-21, An Act to amend certain Acts and to make certain consequential amendments (firearms), specifically Amendment 26, Section (58.01 (1-8), Conditions-bylaw. WHEREAS municipalities have never been responsible for gun control laws in Canada; AND WHEREAS law abiding Kingsville residents who own legal handguns have already been thoroughly vetted through the CFSC, PAL and ATT applications; AND WHEREAS illegal gun owners and smugglers do not respect postal codes; AND WHEREAS if one municipality enacts a ban and not a neighbouring municipality, this will create a patchwork of by-laws; AND WHEREAS a municipal ban would be difficult to enforce and easy to get around. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that The Corporation of the Town of Kingsville is OPPOSED to the adoption of any by-laws restricting the possession, storage and transportation of legally obtained handguns; AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this resolution be forwarded to the following public officials: MP Chris Lewis-Essex, MPP Taras Natyshak-Essex, Premier of Ontario The Honourable Doug Ford, Leader of the Official Opposition Andrea Horwath, Prime Minister of Canada The Honourable Justin Trudeau, and Leader of Official Opposition The Honourable Erin O'Toole.” ..2/ 48 If you require any further information, please contact the undersigned. Yours very truly, premier@ontario.ca horwatha-qp@ndp.on.ca erin.otoole@parl.gc.ca Sandra Kitchen Deputy Clerk-Council Services Legislative Services Department skitchen@kingsville.ca cc: Hon. Doug Ford, Premier cc: Hon. Andrea Horwath, Official Leader of the Opposition cc: Hon. Erin O’Toole, Official Leader of the Opposition cc: MP Chris Lewis- Essex cc: MPP Taras Natyshak-Essex cc: Hon. Bill Blair, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness cc: MP Shannon Stubbs cc: Mayor Aldo DiCarlo, Town of Amherstburg cc: Mayor Larry Snively, Town of Essex cc: Mayor Tom Bain, Town of Lakeshore cc: Mayor Marc Bondy, Town of LaSalle cc: Mayor Hilda MacDonald, Municipality of Leamington cc: Mayor Gary McNamara, Town of Tecumseh cc: all Municipalities in Ontario 49 50 51 Dear Michelle Casavecchia, Township of Malahide On behalf of Cathy Seguin, President of the Ontario Recreation Facilities Association (ORFA), I would respectfully request consideration for the following “Open Letter” to be added as correspondence to the next Mayor and Council agenda for awareness. As we are all aware, the COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for all communities and has required a flexible and responsive approach. Over the past year, we have witnessed the vital role that recreation facility professionals, and recreation infrastructure (indoor and outdoor), play in our communities. While following public health guidance, providing even limited access to recreation has allowed our community residents to stay connected, support their physical and mental health, and hopefully encourages them to view a more positive, post-pandemic future. Thank you for your consideration of this request. Best wishes, John Milton Chief Administrative Officer OPEN Letter to ORFA Members and Industry Employers Dear Colleagues, As we are aware, the pandemic has created unprecedented challenges for all communities and has required a flexible and responsive approach. Over the past year, we have witnessed the vital role that recreation facility professionals, and 52 recreation infrastructure (indoor and outdoor), play in our communities. While following public health guidance, providing even limited access to recreation has allowed our community residents to stay connected, support their physical and mental health, and hopefully encourages them to view a more positive, post- pandemic future. You, and your team members, are the reason why great community recreation exists. I hope you will join me in recognizing the recreation facility professionals within your organization and thank them for their commitment and resilience to ensuring safe and enjoyable recreational activities and spaces. As a member of the Ontario Recreation Facilities Association (ORFA), we continue to support you in your operation and management of your community assets. Since last summer, ORFA has provided its members with timely, current and relevant pandemic-related information. In addition to ORFA’s weekly e- news sent to all members, we encourage you to visit www.orfa.com to access other membership benefits, including: o COVID-19 Updates and Toolbox including Recreation Facility COVID-19 Re-entering and Reopening Guiding Principles and Best Practices o Events: online self-study and virtual o Professional designations o Facility Forum magazine (print and digital) o Resource Centre (podcasts, webinars, best practice guidelines, discussion board) o Careers (job postings) Recreation facility professionals, through education, workplace-specific training, and professional certification, have the requisite skills, enhanced knowledge and empowered attitude to better operate and manage infrastructure in support of safe facilities. Your ORFA membership allows you to invest in yourself, your staff, and your profession. I wish to close by thanking our 7,000-plus members for providing critically important frontline and management services to our communities and for their 53 support of corporate, municipal, provincial and federal directives that align in keeping your communities as safe as possible. The ORFA is here to help. Please reach out to us at anytime! Sincerely, Cathy Seguin, President Ontario Recreation Facilities Association Inc. Ontario Recreation Facilities Association Inc. 1 Concorde Gate, Suite 102, Toronto Ontario, Canada M3C 3N6 Tel.416-426-7062 Email ORFA UNSUBSCRIBE 54 Subject: Time Sensitive... Health Canada Cannabis Consultation Open for Comment until May7/21 Time Sensitive....Health Canada Cannabis Consultation Open for comment until May 7/21 Attention : Clerks, Kindly share with your Mayor, Councillors and staff and place on your agenda for review and action by all. Hello Municipalities, Great news! Health Canada has invited Canadians and Municipalities to share their perspectives on the factors that may be considered for refusal or revocation of a cannabis registration on public health and public safety grounds. Get your municipal comments in before closing on May 7 2021. Why participate? Health Canada has seen a concerning trend with the size of certain personal and designated cannabis growing sites and issues associated with them. Over the last year, OPP, York Regional Police and other police forces across Ontario have reported on the abundance of illicit grow ops run by criminal organizations who are exploiting Health Canada's cannabis rules and regulations. The threat to the personal health and safety of residents across Ontario is significant and should not be underestimated. Here is a link for a great OPP video that explains the significant r isks : OPP PROVINCIAL ENFORCEMENT TEAM TACKLES ILLEGAL CANNABIS MARKET - YouTube Here are two links for further evidence of the significant risks to public health and safety : York police seize roughly $150M worth of illegal pot, firearms and exotic animals in drug bust | CTV News OPP say police have dismantled 52 illegal cannabis production sites since July - Kingston | Globalnews.ca 55 Having completed previous Federal Cannabis consultations, I suggest you choose the email response so that you can express your concerns. The online form really does not allow you to comment to the issues you are each facing. We all have cannabis problems but different problems. The link for Health Canada consultation is here: Consultation on guidance on personal production of cannabis for medical purposes - Canada.ca Please also let your residents know about this opportunity. Thanks kindly, Debbie France 751 Concession 14 Townsend, Simcoe, Ontario, N3Y 4K3 519 426 8626 A resident of Norfolk County Sent from my iPad 56 Aylmer Distribution System Annual Report - 2020 Drinking-Water System Number: 260002136 Drinking-Water System Name: Aylmer Distribution System Drinking-Water System Owner: The Corporation of the Town of Aylmer Drinking-Water System Category: Large Municipal Period being reported: January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020 Complete if your Category is Large Municipal Residential or Small Municipal Residential Does your Drinking-Water System serve more than 10,000 people? Yes [ ] No [ X ] Is your annual report available to the public at no charge on a web site on the Internet? Yes [ X ] No [ ] Location where Aylmer Distribution System Annual Report required under O. Reg. 170/03 Schedule 11 will be available for viewing inspection. Complete for all other Categories. Number of Designated Facilities served: Did you provide a copy of your annual report to all Designated Facilities you serve? Yes [ ] No [ ] Number of Interested Authorities you report to: Did you provide a copy of your annual report to all Interested Authorities you report to for each Designated Facility? Yes [ ] No [ ] Note: For the following tables below, additional rows or columns may be added or an appendix may be attached to the report List all Drinking-Water Systems (if any), which receive all of their drinking water from your system: Drinking Water System Name Drinking Water System Number Malahide Distribution System -Dingle Street -Talbot Street East #260004774 Town of Aylmer 46 Talbot St W Aylmer, Ontario N5H 1J7 57 Did you provide a copy of your annual report to all Drinking-Water System owners that are connected to you and to whom you provide all of its drinking water? Yes [ X ] No [ ] Indicate how you notified system users that your annual report is available, and is free of charge. [ X ] Public access/notice via the web [X ] Public access/notice via Government Office [ ] Public access/notice via a newspaper [ X ] Public access/notice via Public Request [ ] Public access/notice via a Public Library [ ] Public access/notice via other method _______________________________________ Describe your Drinking-Water System Treated water is supplied to the Town of Aylmer from the Elgin Water Treatment Plant via the Elgin Area Primary Water Supply System, the Elgin- Middlesex Reservoir, and the Aylmer Secondary System. When required, two pumps, located at the Elgin-Middlesex Pumping Station in St. Thomas, pump water to Aylmer through a 450 mm dia. secondary transmission main (the Aylmer Secondary System). The main leaves the Pumping Station and proceeds along the north side of Hwy #3, through the Municipality of Central Elgin and Malahide Township until it connects to the Aylmer Distribution System at Bodkin Ave. Depending on system pressure and demand, the Secondary System may be used to directly feed the Distribution System or may be used to fill a 4,300 m3 standpipe located at 23 Myrtle Street. There is a continuous chlorine monitor, a tower level indicator and pressure sensor located at the standpipe. The Aylmer Distribution System consists of approximately 42 kilometers of water main of varying sizes (50 mm to 450mm) and types (cast iron, ductile iron, DR-18 plastic, transite). There are nine meter chambers, 215 fire hydrants and approximately 370 street valves within the system. List all water treatment chemicals used over this reporting period No Treatment chemicals were used as the Aylmer Distribution System receives treated water from the Aylmer Secondary System. Re-chlorination occurs at the Elgin Middlesex Pumping station before water is pumped to Aylmer. Sodium hypochlorite is used for disinfecting parts during repairs as per AWWA C651 Standard. 58 Were any significant expenses incurred to? [ ] Install required equipment [ ] Repair required equipment [ X ] Replace required equipment Please provide a brief description and a breakdown of monetary expenses incurred Chlorine analyzer replacement………………………………….$9,175 Meter replacement project………………………..……………..$45,391 *No Capital projects in 2020 Provide details on the notices submitted in accordance with subsection 18(1) of the Safe Drinking-Water Act or section 16-4 of Schedule 16 of O.Reg.170/03 and reported to Spills Action Centre Incident Date Parameter Result Unit of Measure Corrective Action Corrective Action Date Microbiological testing done under the Schedule 10, 11 or 12 of Regulation 170/03, during this reporting period. Number of Samples Range of E.Coli or Fecal Results (min #)-(max #) Range of Total Coliform Results (min #)-(max #) Number of HPC Samples Range of HPC Results (min #)-(max #) Raw N/A Treated N/A Distribution 220 0 0 105 <10 to 1880 59 Operational testing done under Schedule 7, 8 or 9 of Regulation 170/03 during the period covered by this Annual Report. Number of Grab Samples Range of Results (min #)-(max #) Unit of Measure Turbidity N/A Chlorine (Free) 298 grab 8760 at Tower 0.51 to 1.28 0.00 to 1.60 mg/L mg/L Fluoride (If the DWS provides fluoridation) N/A Note: There were a few instances in 2020 when the water distribution free chlorine residual was recorded below 0.05 mg/L by the continuous online analyzer. Each of these events coincided with operational maintenance, loss of power or equipment failure and do not reflect the actual free chlorine residual maintained in the distribution system Summary of additional testing and sampling carried out in accordance with the requirement of an approval, order or other legal instrument. Date of legal instrument issued Parameter Date Sampled Result Unit of Measure N/A Summary of Inorganic parameters tested during this reporting period or the most recent sample results Parameter Sample Date Result Value Unit of Measure Exceedance Antimony Arsenic Barium Boron Cadmium Chromium *Lead Mercury Selenium Sodium Uranium Fluoride NOTE: For continuous monitors use 8760 as the number of samples. 60 Nitrite Nitrate *only for drinking water systems testing under Schedule 15.2; this includes large municipal non-residential systems, small municipal non-residential systems, non-municipal seasonal residential systems, large non-municipal non-residential systems, and small non-municipal non-residential systems Summary of lead testing under Schedule 15.1 during this reporting period (applicable to the following drinking water systems; large municipal residential systems, small municipal residential systems, and non-municipal year-round residential systems) Location Type Number of Samples Range of Lead Results (min#) – (max #) Unit of Measure Number of Exceedances Plumbing 0 Distribution 16 0.10 to 0.53 ug/L 0 pH 16 6.90 to 7.54 0 Alkalinity 16 90 to 102 mg/L 0 Summary of Organic parameters sampled during this reporting period or the most recent sample results Parameter Sample Date Result Value Unit of Measure Exceedance Alachlor Aldicarb Aldrin + Dieldrin Atrazine + N-dealkylated metobolites Azinphos-methyl Bendiocarb Benzene Benzo(a)pyrene Bromoxynil Carbaryl Carbofuran Carbon Tetrachloride Chlordane (Total) Chlorpyrifos 61 Cyanazine Diazinon Dicamba 1,2-Dichlorobenzene 1,4-Dichlorobenzene Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) + metabolites 1,2-Dichloroethane 1,1-Dichloroethylene (vinylidene chloride) Dichloromethane 2-4 Dichlorophenol 2,4-Dichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4- D) Diclofop-methyl Dimethoate Dinoseb Diquat Diuron Glyphosate HAA (NOTE: show latest annual average) 2020 21.5 ug/L No Heptachlor + Heptachlor Epoxide Lindane (Total) Malathion Methoxychlor Metolachlor Metribuzin Monochlorobenzene Paraquat Parathion Pentachlorophenol Phorate Picloram Polychlorinated Biphenyls(PCB) Prometryne Simazine THM (NOTE: show latest annual average) 2020 24.0 ug/L No Temephos Terbufos Tetrachloroethylene 62 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol Triallate Trichloroethylene 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol 2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxy acetic acid (2,4,5-T) Trifluralin Vinyl Chloride List any Inorganic or Organic parameter(s) that exceeded half the standard prescribed in Schedule 2 of Ontario Drinking Water Quality Standards. Parameter Result Value Unit of Measure Date of Sample 63 March 24th, 2021 Rob Wrigley Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks 733 Exeter Road London, ON N6E 1L3 Dear Mr. Wrigley; Re: Annual Wastewater Report Aylmer Wastewater Treatment and Collections The Ontario Clean Water Agency is the Operating Authority for the Aylmer Wastewater Treatment and Collection System, on behalf of the Town of Aylmer. The system is primarily operated under Environmental Compliance Approval #3-0899-99-006 and 3-1028-81-847. Please find attached the 2020 Annual Report for the Aylmer Wastewater Treatment and Collection System, including the Ontario Police College Pumping Station. Feel free to contact me should you require any additional information regarding this report. I can be reached at 226-374-4349. Sincerely, Maegan Garber Process and Compliance Technician Ontario Clean Water Agency Cc.: Rob Johnson, Director of Operations Town of Aylmer Dale LeBritton, Regional Hub Manager (OCWA) Mike Taylor, Senior Operations Manager (OCWA) Cindy Sigurdson, Safety, Process and Compliance Manager (OCWA) Jim Miller, Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks 64 AYLMER LAGOON WASTEWATER TREATMENT AND COLLECTION SYSTEM Annual Report January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020 Prepared By: 65 Table of Contents Introduction ........................................................................................................................ 4 Section 1: Overview ........................................................................................................... 4 Section 2: Monitoring Data ................................................................................................ 4 Section 3: Operating Problems and Corrective Actions ................................................... 15 Section 4: Maintenance ................................................................................................... 15 Section 5: Effluent Quality Assurance .............................................................................. 16 Section 6: Calibration and Maintenance .......................................................................... 16 Section 7: Effluent Quality ............................................................................................... 16 Section 8: Biosolids Management .................................................................................... 17 Section 9: Community Complaints ................................................................................... 17 Section 10: Bypass, Spills, and Abnormal Discharges ...................................................... 17 Section 11: Alterations, Extensions or Replacement of Works ....................................... 17 Section 12: Summary ....................................................................................................... 17 Appendix A: Raw Flow and Analytical Data Appendix B: Direct Discharge Flow and Analytical Data Appendix C: Intermittent Sand Filter Discharge Flow and Analytical Data Appendix D: Preventative Maintenance Work Order Summary 66 Page 4 of 17 Introduction The Aylmer Wastewater Treatment System is located at 9853 Rogers Road, R.R. #4 Aylmer in Malahide Township, County of Elgin. The system is operated under several Environmental Compliance Approvals. For the operation of the Lagoon and the Intermittent Sand Filter the approvals are: - Environmental Compliance Approval 3-0899-99-06 - Environmental Compliance Approval 3-1028-81-847 This report also covers the requirements under Environmental Compliance Approval 2289- BBSRZU for the Ontario Police College Pumping Station. Section 1: Overview Wastewater is directed from six sewage lift stations, located in the Township of Malahide and the Town of Aylmer, to the lagoon influent chamber. The lagoon system is comprised of four cells. Cell 1 was upgraded in 2011 to include a fine and course bubble aeration system. Cell 2 is aerated with the original course bubble aeration system. Cells 3 and 4 are facultative lagoons. The lagoons are normally operated in series with the raw influent entering Cell 1 and overflowing to Cells 2 and 3. Cell 4 is used for extra storage and treatment time if needed. Alum is used for phosphorus removal and can be added to the raw sewage and/or to the Cell 1 and 2 crossover chamber. During the period November 1 to April 30 the lagoons are approved to be batch discharged to the Catfish Creek should it meet the effluent criteria. During the period from April 1 to November 30 the lagoon is approved to be discharged to the four cell intermittent sand filters (ISF) should it meet the effluent criteria. The Intermittent Sand Filter consists of a cascade aeration system to increase oxygen concentration, aid in the nitrification process and for solids removal. Section 2: Monitoring Data Raw sewage is sampled monthly and tested for BOD5, suspended solids, total phosphorous and Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen. Final effluent is sampled weekly during discharge and tested for BOD5, Suspended Solids, Total Phosphorous, total Kjeldahl nitrogen, Nitrate, Nitrite, Alkalinity, E. coli, pH, (Ammonia + Ammonium) nitrogen, dissolved oxygen and temperature. The un-ionized ammonia is calculated using temperature and pH of the effluent. All chemical and microbiological sample analyses were conducted by SGS Lakefield Research. In house sampling of pH, dissolved oxygen and temperature were conducted by OCWA Operators. 67 Page 5 of 17 Detailed monthly flow information is summarized in Appendix A, B and C. The total raw flow treated for 2020 was 1,556,248.2m3 which is a 6.4% decrease from the 2019 raw flows (refer to Appendix A). The average daily raw flow was 4,252.04m3/day, which is 68.9% of the rated capacity of the system. Refer to Chart 1 for a comparison of 2020 flows with 2019 flows. Chart 1. Average daily raw flows for 2020 compared with 2019 raw flows at the Aylmer Lagoon. Raw Sewage Quality The annual average for raw sewage BOD5 concentration to the lagoon was 91.5mg/L with a maximum concentration of 171mg/L. The average concentration of BOD5 has decreased by 43.9% from 2019. Refer to Chart 2 for a comparison of raw concentrations of BOD5 in 2020 to 2019. Chart 2. Monthly raw sewage BOD5 concentrations in 2020 compared to 2019. The annual average for raw sewage suspended solids (TSS) concentration to the lagoon was 105.9mg/L, which is a decrease by 28.9% from 2019. The maximum TSS concentration was 206mg/L. Refer to Chart 3 for a comparison of raw concentrations of TSS in 2020 to 2019. 0.00 1,000.00 2,000.00 3,000.00 4,000.00 5,000.00 6,000.00 7,000.00 Average Raw Daily flow (m3/d) Month 2019 2020 Rated Capacity 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 BOD Concentration (mg/L) Month 2019 2020 68 Page 6 of 17 Chart 3. Monthly raw sewage TSS concentrations in 2020 compared to 2019. The annual average for raw Total Phosphorous (TP) concentration to the plant was 2.66mg/L with a maximum concentration of 4.03mg/L. The average concentration has decreased by 9.3% from 2019. Refer to Chart 4 for a comparison of raw concentrations of TP in 2020 to 2019. Chart 4. Monthly raw sewage TP concentrations in 2020 compared to 2019. The annual average for raw sewage nitrogen concentration (as represented by TKN) was 24.9mg/L. The maximum TKN concentration was 37.4mg/L. The average concentration has decreased by 0.03% from 2019. Refer to Chart 5 for a comparison of raw concentrations of TKN in 2020 to 2019. 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 TSS Concentration (mg/L) Month 2019 2020 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 TP Concentration (mg/L) Month 2019 2020 69 Page 7 of 17 Chart 5. Monthly raw sewage TKN concentrations in 2020 compared to 2019. Direct Discharge The total effluent flow discharged directly from the lagoons in 2020 was 1,315,699m3, which corresponds to 57.7% increase from 2019 (refer to Appendix B). The lagoon is approved to be discharged between November 1 and April 31. Volumes discharged are based on effluent quality. Refer to Chart 6 for a comparison of effluent flows from direct discharge in 2020 to the 2019 effluent flow. Chart 6. Effluent flows directly discharged from the lagoons in 2020 compared to the 2019 effluent flows. Direct Discharge Effluent Limits Detailed analytical data is provided in Appendix B for the direct discharge approved by the ECA (emergency discharge is found in Appendix D). Table 1 summarizes the monthly average concentration ranges against the limits in the Environmental Compliance Approvals. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 TKN Concentration (mg/L) Month 2019 2020 0 200,000 400,000 600,000 800,000 1,000,000 1,200,000 1,400,000 Volume Discharged (m3) Month 2019 2020 70 Page 8 of 17 Table 1. Monthly average concentration ranges of the effluent limits of the direct discharge compared to the effluent limits in the Environmental Compliance Approval. Parameter Effluent Monthly Average Limits January February March April November December BOD5 (mg/L) 25 4.8 4.5 6.4 7 4 3 TSS (mg/L) 30 6.8 4.8 26.2 22.3 4 5 TP (mg/L) 1.0 0.33 0.53 0.34 0.42 0.48 0.58 TAN (mg/L) 6.7 (Jan, Feb) 2.8 (Mar) 1.2 (Apr) 0.9 (Nov) 2.7 (Dec) 1.8 - - - - 2.8 - - - - - 1.66 - - - - - 7.5 - - - - - 0.9 - - - - - 2.7 Unionized Ammonia 0.1 0.005 0.03 0.009 0.06 0.03 0.05 E. coli (cfu/100mL)* - 13.24 26.14 12.64 3.17 14.63 29.73 Dissolved Oxygen (minimum) - 5.71 8.13 8.71 7.4 9.01 9.39 There were four non-compliances reported for TAN concentration limit exceedances in 2020, compared to one exceedance in 2019. Discussion on Monitoring Data as Compared to the Effluent Limits The effluent BOD5 is monitored on a weekly basis during discharge of the lagoon. Overall, the plant has provided effective treatment as there were no monthly average exceedances in 2020 for BOD5. The annual average in 2020 was 4.95mg/L for the direct discharge, which is well within the compliance limit of 25mg/L. This is a decrease by 16.6% from 2019, refer to Chart 7. Chart 7. Monthly average effluent BOD5 concentrations for 2020 compared to 2019 concentrations for the direct discharge of the lagoon. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Direct Discharge Effluent BOD5 (mg/L) Month 2019 2020 Limit 71 Page 9 of 17 Effluent Total Suspended Solids (TSS) is monitored on a weekly basis during discharge of the lagoon. There were no monthly average exceedances in 2020 for TSS. The annual average for the direct discharge in 2020 was 11.5mg/L, which has a compliance limit of 30mg/L. This is an increase by 24.6% from 2019, refer to Chart 8. Chart 8. Monthly average effluent TSS concentrations for 2020 compared to 2019 concentrations for the direct discharge of the lagoon. The effluent Total Phosphorus (TP) is monitored on a weekly basis during discharge of the lagoon. Overall the plant has provided effective treatment as there were no monthly average exceedances in 2020 for TP. The annual average for the direct discharge in 2020 was 0.45mg/L, which has a compliance limit of 1.0mg/L. This is an increase by 28.8% from 2019, refer to Chart 9. Chart 9. Monthly average effluent TP concentrations for 2020 compared to 2019 concentrations for the direct discharge of the lagoon. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Direct Discharge Effluent TSS (mg/L) Month 2019 2020 Limit 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2 Direct Discharge Effluent TP (mg/L) Month 2019 2020 Limit 72 Page 10 of 17 The effluent Total Ammonia Nitrogen (TAN) is monitored on a weekly basis during discharge of the lagoon. The annual average for the direct discharge in 2020 was 2.68mg/L, for which the compliance limit varies depending on the month of discharge from 0.9-6.7mg/L, refer to Chart 10. This represents a 57.5% increase in 2020 from 2019 annual average TAN concentration. The direct discharge exceeded the TAN limit on one occasion in March and three occasions in April. These were reported to the MECP as non-compliances. The unionized ammonia concentration was calculated to be 0.06mg/L. This is under the limit of 0.1mg/L and therefore would not be considered toxic to aquatic life in the receiving stream. Chart 10. Monthly average effluent TAN concentrations for 2020 compared to 2019 concentrations for the direct discharge of the lagoon. The effluent pH is monitored weekly at a minimum during discharge at the Aylmer Wastewater Treatment System. Overall the lagoon has provided effective treatment however there were results above the objective of 6.5-8.5 in 2020. Refer to Chart 11 for the monthly minimum, maximum and mean pH readings. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Direct Discharge Effluent TAN (mg/L) Month 2019 2020 Limit 73 Page 11 of 17 Chart 11. Effluent pH readings for 2020. Intermittent Sand Filters The total effluent flow discharged through the Intermittent Sand Filters (ISF) in 2020 was 308,452m3, which corresponds to a 36.8% decrease from 2019 (refer to Appendix C). The lagoon is approved to be discharged through the ISF from April 1st to November 30th. The ISF began discharging onMay 6th, 2020. Refer to Chart 12 for a comparison of average daily effluent flows through the ISF in 2020 to the 2019 effluent flows. Chart 12. Average daily effluent flows discharged through the ISF from the lagoons in 2020 compared to the 2019 effluent flows. ISF Effluent Limits Detailed analytical data is provided in Appendix C. Table 2 summarizes the monthly average concentration ranges against the limits in the Environmental Compliance Approvals. 6 6.5 7 7.5 8 8.5 9 JanFebMarAprMayJuneJulyAugSeptOctNovDecDirect Discharge Effluent pH Month 2020 Mean pH Minimum Objective Maximum Objective 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 ISF Average Daily Flow (m3/day) Month 2019 2020 74 Page 12 of 17 Table 2. Monthly average concentration ranges of the effluent limits of the Intermittent Sand Filter compared to the effluent limits in the Environmental Compliance Approval. Parameter Effluent Monthly Average Limits May June July August September October BOD5 (mg/L) 10 <2 <2 <2.2 <2 <2 3 TSS (mg/L) 10 2.5 <2 2.4 2.3 <2 3.5 TP (mg/L) 0.5 0.38 0.30 0.34 0.35 0.30 0.33 TAN (mg/L) 3.0 2.5 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.13 Unionized Ammonia 0.1 0.016 0.001 0.003 0.003 0.003 0.004 E. coli (cfu/100mL)* 200 4.7 13.4 18.6 100.6 24.7 4.3 Dissolved Oxygen (minimum) 5.0 5.48 6.94 5.38 5.29 6.83 6.42 Discussion on Monitoring Data as Compared to the Effluent Limits The annual BOD5 average for the ISF discharge was 2.2mg/L in 2020; this has a compliance limit of 10mg/L. This is an 18.5% decrease from 2019, refer to Chart 13. Chart 13. Monthly average effluent BOD5 concentrations for 2020 compared to 2019 concentrations for the ISF discharge of the lagoon. The annual TSS average for the ISF discharge in 2020 was 2.5mg/L, which has a compliance limit of 10mg/L. This is a decrease by 5.0% from 2019, refer to Chart 14. 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 ISF Effluent BOD5 (mg/L) Month 2019 2020 Objective Limit 75 Page 13 of 17 Chart 14. Monthly average effluent TSS concentrations for 2020 compared to 2019 concentrations for the ISF discharge of the lagoon. The annual TP average for the ISF discharge in 2020 was 0.33mg/L, which has a compliance limit of 0.5mg/L. This is a 3.5% increase from 2019, refer to Chart 15. Alum is dosed into the lagoon to manage TP concentrations in the effluent in order to meet compliance limits without compromising treatment levels. Chart 15. Monthly average effluent TP concentrations for 2020 compared to 2019 concentrations for the ISF discharge of the lagoon. The annual average TAN for the ISF discharge in 2020 was 0.5mg/L, which has a compliance limit of 3.0mg/L. This is a 44.8% decrease from 2019, refer to Chart 16. The objective exceedance in May is due to the equalization of the cells when there were high influent flows during a precipitation event earlier in the year. As well, during startup of the ISF it takes time for the biological activity to establish to reduce the ammonia concentrations. There were no TAN limit exceedances during the ISF discharge in 2020. 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 ISF Effluent TSS (mg/L) Month 2019 2020 Objective Limit 0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 ISF Effluent TP (mg/L) Month 2019 2020 Objective Limit 76 Page 14 of 17 Chart 16. Monthly average effluent TAN concentrations for 2020 compared to 2019 concentrations for the ISF discharge of the lagoon. The effluent E. coli is monitored on a weekly basis during discharge of the lagoon. The ISF effluent monthly geometric mean limit is 200cfu/100mL. The annual geometric mean in 2020 was 18.5cfu/100mL for the ISF discharge, this is a 121.3% increase from 2019, refer to Chart 17. There were no exceedances for E. coli. Chart 17. Monthly average effluent E. coli concentrations for 2020 compared to 2019 concentrations for the ISF discharge of the lagoon. The effluent pH is monitored weekly at a minimum during the ISF discharge at the Aylmer Wastewater Treatment System. There are no limits or objectives for pH. Refer to Chart 18 for the monthly minimum, maximum and mean pH readings. 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 ISF Effluent TAN (mg/L) Month 2019 2020 Objective Limit 0 50 100 150 200 250 ISF Effluent E. coli (cfu/100mL) Month 2019 2020 Objective Limit 77 Page 15 of 17 Chart 18. Effluent pH readings for 2020. Section 3: Operating Problems and Corrective Actions The Ontario Police College Pump Station, which accepts sewage from the college as well as Springfield Pump Station discharge, was experiencing corrosion issues. Administration is being transfer to the Township of Malahide and the pump station has been replaced. The construction and commissioning was completed in October, 2020. There have been no operating issues with new Ontario Police College Pumping Station since its commissioning. Section 4: Maintenance Regular scheduled monthly preventative maintenance is assigned and monitored using the Workplace Management System (WMS) program. The following is a summary of maintenance performed other than WMS work orders:  OPC Pump station construction/commissioning  Main station pump 4 gasket repaired  Cell 1 aerators cleaned  Pump stations cleaned out  Elm Street pump station backflow preventer replaced  Elm Street pump station pump 4 replaced  Filter Building pressure pump replaced  Sluice gate repaired at Elm Street pump station  New exhaust fan installed at Main Station Refer to Appendix D for a summary of preventative maintenance work orders. 6 6.5 7 7.5 8 8.5 9 JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecemberISF Effluent pH Month 2020 Mean pH 78 Page 16 of 17 Section 5: Effluent Quality Assurance Monthly monitoring of cell contents by OCWA operations assures effluent quality. In house testing is done weekly during effluent discharge for pH, temperature, dissolved oxygen, ammonia, phosphorus, and suspended solids. Sample analyses are performed by SGS Lakefield Research Laboratories. Section 6: Calibration and Maintenance Flow meters were calibrated in March, 2020 by Flowmetrix Technical Services. In house meters for pH and dissolved oxygen are calibrated by OCWA operators as per manufacturer’s instructions. Section 7: Effluent Quality Effluent Objectives Detailed analytical data is provided in Appendix C. Effluent objectives are only identified for the ISF discharge. Table 5 summarizes the monthly average ranges for the effluent objectives listed in the Environmental Compliance Approval. Table 5. Monthly average concentration ranges of the effluent from the intermittent Sand Filter compared to the effluent objectives in the Environmental Compliance Approval. Parameter Effluent Objective Effluent Result Ranges # of Months Objective Exceeded BOD5 (mg/L) 5 2 – 3 0 TSS (mg/L) 5 2 – 3.5 0 TP (mg/L) 0.3 0.30 – 0.39 4 TAN (mg/L) 1 0.1 – 2.5 1 Dissolved Oxygen** >5.0 5.29 – 9.26 0 E. coli (cfu/100mL)* 150 4.3 – 100.6 0 *expressed as geometric mean **minimum and maximum result (not monthly averages) Table 6. Objective exceedances in 2020. Date Parameter Concentration (mg/L) Comment 05/31/2020 TP 0.38 Sand filter start-up 05/31/2020 TAN 2.45 Sand filter start-up 07/31/2020 TP 0.34 High Flows 79 Page 17 of 17 08/31/2020 TP 0.35 High Flows 10/31/2020 TP 0.33 Unknown Discussion on Effluent Objectives The Intermittent Sand Filter discharge did not meet all the objectives in the Environmental Compliance Approval. In 2020, there were five objective exceedances which was the same amount as the previous year. The condition of the upper layers of the sand filters continues to deteriorate which impacts their ability to perform adequately. In addition, hot temperatures in combination with a lower Cell 3 level in the summer, resulted in accumulation of algae in the lagoons which negatively impacted the surface area of the sand filter beds. Section 8: Biosolids Management The sludge in the lagoon is allowed to settle out within the cell and remains on the bottom of the lagoons until dredging. There is no need to dredge at this time. Section 9: Community Complaints There were no community complaints received for the Aylmer Wastewater Treatment and Collection System in 2020. Section 10: Bypass, Spills, and Abnormal Discharges There were no Bypasses, Spills or Abnormal Discharges in 2020 at the Aylmer Wastewater Treatment or Collection System. The collection system has achieved conformance with Procedure F-5-1 with no bypasses or overflows in 2020. Section 11: Alterations, Extensions or Replacement of Works OPC Pump Station was replaced and commissioned in the fall of 2020. Notification was provided to the MECP on March 18th, 2021. In 2021, considerations are being made to replace the SCADA system and the main station generator. As well, the Town of Aylmer is considering the consolidation of the ECAs which will also include a request to increase the discharge volume through the ISF. Section 12: Summary The Aylmer Wastewater Treatment System has performed within the Environmental Compliance Limits in 2020. Efforts are continuously made to improve the quality of effluent and to meet the demands of the system. 80 APPENDIX A Raw Flow and Analytical Data 81 Objectives Limits January February March April May June July August September October November December Summary -6,168 Avg 8,023 5,050 6,221 6,267 5,158 3,786 3,722 3,393 3,441 3,679 4,716 5,526 4,252 --Max 6,173 4,791 5,650 5,600 4,329 3,459 3,551 3,295 3,083 3,394 3,797 3,903 8,023 --Min 4,223 4,529 5,050 5,158 2,407 2,407 3,393 3,174 2,971 3,099 3,177 3,397 2,407 --Sum 191,363 138,939 175,145 167,997 134,209 103,780 110,073 102,144 92,490 105,211 113,896 121,001 1,556,248 BOD5 (mg/L)---109 114 37 68 78 139 56 82 71 115 58 171 91.5 Suspended Solids (mg/L)---125 110 62 96 102 206 48 72 99 117 72 162 105.9 Total Phosphorus (mg/L)---3.04 2.56 1.09 1.83 2.62 3.63 2.56 2.14 2.45 4.03 2.2 3.79 2.67 TKN (mg/L)---37.4 24.1 8.5 19.6 26.4 29.8 18.9 21.3 26.1 33.3 18 36.2 25.0 Raw Raw Flow (m3/d) 82 APPENDIX B Direct Discharge Flow and Analytical Data 83 Objectives Limits January February March April May June July August September October November December Summary -Avg 7787.6 6098.3 7258.9 2,917 1829 4110.1 7739.4 -Sum 186902 176849.5 225025 388187 174710.2 164025.7 1315699 -25 Avg <4.75 4.5 6.4 7 4 3 4.84 --Max 5 7 10 10 5 4 10 --Min <4 3 4 5 3 2 2 -30 Avg 6.75 4.75 26.2 22.3 15.8 4.4 13.16 --Max 10 5 48 30 22 6 48 --Min 4 4 7 11 12 2 2 -1 Avg 0.33 0.53 0.34 0.42 0.48 0.58 0.45 --Max 0.36 0.56 0.53 0.46 0.53 0.69 0.69 --Min 0.31 0.5 0.16 0.38 0.44 0.5 0.16 --Avg 1.8 2.8 1.7 7.5 0.6 1.7 2.4 - 6.7 (Jan & Feb), 2.8 (Mar), 1.2 (Apr), 0.9 (Nov), 2.7 (Dec) **See unionized Max 2.4 3.6 4 8 0.7 2.4 8 --Min 1 1.3 0.4 6.7 0.5 1 0.4 --Avg 2.8 3.5 1.7 8.5 1.3 2.8 3.1 --Max 3.7 4.8 4 10 1.4 3.8 10 --Min 2.3 2.4 0.5 6.8 1.1 1.4 0.5 --Avg 0.03 0.043 0.032 0.04 0.1 0.16 0.07 --Max 0.03 0.07 0.04 0.05 0.13 0.18 0.18 --Min 0.03 0.03 0.03 0.03 0.08 0.15 0.03 --Avg 0.565 0.608 0.36 0.947 0.31 0.67 0.56 --Max 0.62 0.74 0.61 0.99 0.4 0.9 0.99 --Min 0.49 0.32 0.1 0.92 0.22 0.48 0.1 --Max 7.98 8.71 8.04 8.54 8.82 8.6 8.82 --Min 7.21 7.39 7.31 6.52 7.89 7.21 6.52 --Max 12.31 12.93 10.59 11.71 10.62 11.77 12.9 --Min 10.38 8.92 8.71 9.21 9.01 9.35 8.7 --Avg 1.4 1.4 4.8 8.4 8.1 7.4 5.3 --Max 2.5 2.2 7.8 10.3 11.6 12.2 12.2 --Min 0.5 0.2 1.5 5.9 5 3.5 0.2 --Geomean 13.239 26.141 12.639 3.175 14.6 29.7 15.3713333 --Max 24 64 60 <8 39 62 400 --Min 4 6 2 <2 6 10 2 --Avg 158.5 174.75 160.4 197.333 176.8 185.6 174.5 --Max 170 180 174 201 181 191 201 --Min 147 166 132 190 171 181 132 --Avg 0.029 0.029 - 0.1 **calculate if above monthly Amm limit Max 0.029 0.029 --Min 0.029 0.029 --Avg <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 0.02 --Max <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 0.02 --Min <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 <0.02 0.02 H2S (mg/L) pH DO (mg/L) Temperat ure (C) E. Coli. (cfu/100 mL) Alkalinity (mg/L) Un-ionized Ammonia (NH3) (mg/L)Effluent from Lagoon DischargeEffluent Flow Lagoon Discharge (m3/d) - BOD5 (mg/L) Suspended Solids (mg/L) Total Phosphorus (mg/L) NH3 + NH4 as N (mg/L) TKN (mg/L) Nitrite - N (mg/L) Nitrate - N (mg/L) 84 APPENDIX C Intermittent Sand Filter Discharge Flow and Analytical Data 85 Objectives Limits January February March April May June July August September October November December Summary -Avg 1344.51 2312.22 2787.31 2494.16 518.43 828.33 1,733 -Max 2881.75 9571.3 3836 3732.5 1392 1502 95,713 -Min 252 1190 1562.3 818 0 217 0 342,576 Sum 34957.16 69366.5 86406.6 77319 15553 24850 308,452 5 10 Avg <2 <2 <2.2 <2 <2 <3 2.2 --Max <2 <2 <3 <2 <2 <6 6 --Min <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 2 5 10 Avg <2.5 <2 <2.4 <2.25 <2 <3.5 2.5 --Max <3 <2 <3 <3 <2 6 6 --Min <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 <2 0.3 0.5 Avg 0.383 0.303 0.336 0.345 0.303 0.33 0.34 --Max 0.51 0.38 0.44 0.47 0.32 0.38 0.51 --Min 0.32 0.25 0.29 0.1 0.28 0.29 0.1 1.0 3.0 Avg 2.45 <0.1 <0.1 <0.1 <0.1 <0.125 0.5 --Max 6.4 <0.1 <0.1 <0.1 <0.1 <0.2 6.4 --Min 0.1 <0.1 <0.1 <0.1 <0.1 <0.1 0.1 --Avg 3.425 <1.15 <0.52 <0.55 <1.1 <0.825 1.2 --Max 6.8 2.4 <0.6 <0.7 <2.3 <1.3 6.8 --Min 0.5 <0.5 <0.5 <0.5 <0.5 <0.5 0.5 --Avg 0.545 <0.03 <0.03 <0.03 <0.03 <0.03 0.12 --Max 1.56 <0.03 <0.03 <0.03 <0.03 <0.03 1.56 --Min 0.03 <0.03 <0.03 <0.03 <0.03 <0.03 0.03 --Avg 5.85 5.94 2.81 2.06 8.8 0.7 4.1 --Max 9.43 7.11 4.27 3.54 19.8 1.0 19.8 --Min 3.28 4.87 1.87 0.64 0.4 0.4 0.4 --Avg 201.3 179.8 89.4 159.8 191 171 161 --Max 212 198 106 235 241 181 241 --Min 190 149 71 91 136 160 71 150 200 Geo 4.68 13.44 18.62 100.6 25 4.3 92.4 --Max 8 680 400 440 97 42 680 --Min <2 0 0 7 12 1 0 --Max 7.87 8.03 7.14 8.48 8.78 9.26 9.21 5.0 5.0 Min 5.48 6.94 5.38 5.29 6.83 6.42 5.29 --Avg 13.988 21.513 25.95 24.363 18.15 15.2 20.3 --Max 22.1 23.7 28.5 25.4 19.1 19.9 28.5 --Min 7.5 18.4 24 21.3 16.5 7.8 7.5 --Max 8.21 8.12 8.4 8.4 8.36 8.67 8.67 --Min 7.1 7.11 7.26 7.38 7.41 7.52 7.1 --Avg 0.012 0.001 0.006 0.003 0.003 0.005 0.005 -0.1 Max 0.025 0.002 0.015 0.008 0.008 0.01 0.025 --Min 0 0 0.001 0.001 0.001 0.002 0.001 Alkalinity (mg/L) E. Coli. (cfu/100 mL) DO (mg/L) Temperat ure (C) pH Un- ionized Ammonia Effluent from Intermittent Sand Filter DischargeEffluent from ISF (m3/d) - BOD5 (mg/L) Suspende d Solids (mg/L) Total Phosphor us (mg/L) NH3 + NH4 as N (mg/L) TKN (mg/L) Nitrite - N (mg/L) Nitrate - N (mg/L) 86 APPENDIX D Preventative Maintenance Work Order Summary 87 3/23/21 14:31:59 1 /5 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 5536,5536-WLAY Work Order Type: OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1560405 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Lagoon (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 11/9/20 03:04 PM 11/9/20 03:04 PM -completed Sept 2020 1560952 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS Lifting Device Insp Route (1y) - 5536 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 6/30/20 03:06 PM 6/30/20 03:06 PM 2019102 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Lagoon (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1980731 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Lagoon (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 11/23/20 08:50 PM 11/23/20 08:50 PM 1938567 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Lagoon (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1894306 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Lagoon (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1854176 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Lagoon (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 8/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1859358 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection (1y) - 5536 CLOSE 8/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1813210 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Lagoon (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 7/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1728587 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Lagoon (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 5/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1770148 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Lagoon (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 6/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1685088 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Lagoon (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 4/1/20 12:00 AM 11/10/20 03:02 PM 11/10/20 03:02 PM -completed April 2020 1642934 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Lagoon (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 3/1/20 12:00 AM 11/10/20 02:59 PM 11/10/20 02:59 PM -completed March 2020 1561238 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS Fire Extinguisher Inspection Aylmer Lagoon (1y) - 5536 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 10/22/20 03:16 PM 10/22/20 03:16 PM -completed June 2020 1604245 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Lagoon (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 2/1/20 12:00 AM 11/10/20 02:56 PM 11/10/20 02:56 PM -completed Feb 2020 1604123 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon OPER Compliance 1 MONTHS Sampling & Testing (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 2/1/20 12:00 AM 10/22/20 03:29 PM 10/22/20 03:29 PM - completed Feb 2020 - lab and sampling completed as scheduled 88 3/23/21 14:31:59 2 /5 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 5536,5536-WLAY Work Order Type: OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1642812 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon OPER Compliance 1 MONTHS Sampling & Testing (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 3/1/20 12:00 AM 10/22/20 03:27 PM 10/22/20 03:27 PM - completed march 2020 -weekly sampling and lab completed and scheduled 1728465 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon OPER Compliance 1 MONTHS Sampling & Testing (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 5/1/20 12:00 AM 11/10/20 03:06 PM 11/10/20 03:06 PM -completed May 2020 1684966 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon OPER Compliance 1 MONTHS Sampling & Testing (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 4/1/20 12:00 AM 11/10/20 03:02 PM 11/10/20 03:02 PM -completed April 2020 1770023 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon OPER Compliance 1 MONTHS Sampling & Testing (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 6/1/20 12:00 AM 2/2/21 10:03 AM 2/2/21 10:03 AM -Completed 1813088 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon OPER Compliance 1 MONTHS Sampling & Testing (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 7/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 01:03 PM 1/26/21 01:03 PM -completed 1854054 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon OPER Compliance 1 MONTHS Sampling & Testing (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 8/1/20 12:00 AM 2/1/21 01:10 PM 2/1/21 01:10 PM -completed 1938439 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon OPER Compliance 1 MONTHS Sampling & Testing (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 10/28/20 02:01 PM 10/28/20 02:01 PM -- obtaining samples and in house lab completed for October 20th and 23rd -weekly samples, in house lab completed for facility 1894179 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon OPER Compliance 1 MONTHS Sampling & Testing (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 01:25 PM 1/26/21 01:25 PM -completed 1980620 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon OPER Compliance 1 MONTHS Sampling & Testing (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 12/7/20 02:55 PM 12/7/20 02:55 PM -weekly samples and Lab 1983970 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Compliance 6 MONTHS FEP Contact List Review Aylmer (6m) - 5536 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1985498 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Compliance 1 YEARS FEP Review Aylmer (1y) - 5536 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 2018980 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon OPER Compliance 1 MONTHS Sampling & Testing (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 01:36 PM 1/26/21 01:36 PM 1732855 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Compliance 6 MONTHS FEP Contact List Review Aylmer (6m) - 5536 CLOSE 5/1/20 12:00 AM 11/4/20 12:28 PM 11/4/20 12:28 PM FEP Contact List Review Aylmer (6m) - 5536 -completed 2020 contact list update and review 89 3/23/21 14:31:59 3 /5 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 5536,5536-WLAY Work Order Type: OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1560027 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon OPER Compliance 1 MONTHS Sampling & Testing (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 10/22/20 03:06 PM 10/22/20 03:06 PM - - completed In Jan 2020 -all samples and in house lab completed as required 1560175 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon OPER Inspection 1 YEARS Daily O&M Activities Aylmer WWT Lagoon (1y) - 5536 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 1/25/21 02:05 PM 1/25/21 02:05 PM -Got call from ORO to check TSS and close valve 2018732 0000067919 UPS 01 BATTERY BANK PLC PANEL 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Inspection 1 YEARS Ups 01 Battery Bank Plc Panel Insp/ Service (1y) - 5536 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 2018881 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 01:32 PM 1/26/21 01:32 PM 1938372 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 10/28/20 02:03 PM 10/28/20 02:03 PM -repairs made to back door of blower building, chamber #1 cleaned of rags 1559953 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 3/16/20 06:15 PM 3/16/20 06:15 PM 1980553 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 12/7/20 02:54 PM 12/7/20 02:54 PM 1900448 0000067747 BLOWER POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT 01 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Inspection 1 YEARS Blower Positive Displacement 01 Insp/Service (1y) - 5536 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1900458 0000067754 BLOWER POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT 04 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Inspection 1 YEARS Blower Positive Displacement 04 Insp/Service (1y) - 5536 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1900468 0000067761 BLOWER POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT 03 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Inspection 1 YEARS Blower Positive Displacement 03 Insp/Service (1y) - 5536 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1900478 0000123675 BLOWER POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT 04 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Inspection 1 YEARS Blower Positive Displacement 04 Insp/Service (1y) - 5536 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1813021 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 7/1/20 12:00 AM 2/1/21 01:09 PM 2/1/21 01:09 PM 1894075 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 01:22 PM 1/26/21 01:22 PM 1853987 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 8/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 01:11 PM 1/26/21 01:11 PM 1769925 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 6/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 12:55 PM 1/26/21 12:55 PM 90 3/23/21 14:31:59 4 /5 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 5536,5536-WLAY Work Order Type: OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1728398 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 5/1/20 12:00 AM 11/10/20 03:05 PM 11/10/20 03:05 PM -completed May 2020 1642708 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 3/1/20 12:00 AM 10/22/20 03:18 PM 10/22/20 03:18 PM - completed March 2020 Cleaning the plant: Cleaning windows: Cleaning the shop area: Cleaning snow: Changing light bulbs: Garbage/recycling removal 1684899 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 4/1/20 12:00 AM 11/10/20 03:01 PM 11/10/20 03:01 PM -completed April 2020 1604056 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 5536 CLOSE 2/1/20 12:00 AM 10/22/20 03:14 PM 10/22/20 03:14 PM 1603417 0000123925 BLOWER TURBO UNIT #2 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Blower Turbo Insp (1m/3m/1y) - 5536 CLOSE 2/1/20 12:00 AM 11/10/20 02:56 PM 11/10/20 02:56 PM -completed Oct 2020 1642028 0000123925 BLOWER TURBO UNIT #2 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Blower Turbo Insp (1m/3m/1y) - 5536 CLOSE 3/1/20 12:00 AM 11/10/20 02:58 PM 11/10/20 02:58 PM -completed March 2020 1684279 0000123925 BLOWER TURBO UNIT #2 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Blower Turbo Insp (1m/3m/1y) - 5536 CLOSE 4/1/20 12:00 AM 11/10/20 03:00 PM 11/10/20 03:00 PM -completed April 2020 1642036 0000123925 BLOWER TURBO UNIT #2 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 3 MONTHS Blower Turbo Insp (1m/3m/1y) - 5536 CLOSE 3/1/20 12:00 AM 11/10/20 02:59 PM 11/10/20 02:59 PM -completed March 2020 1769222 0000123925 BLOWER TURBO UNIT #2 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Blower Turbo Insp (1m/3m/1y) - 5536 CLOSE 6/1/20 12:00 AM 11/10/20 03:07 PM 11/10/20 03:07 PM -completed June 2020 1769230 0000123925 BLOWER TURBO UNIT #2 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 3 MONTHS Blower Turbo Insp (1m/3m/1y) - 5536 CLOSE 6/1/20 12:00 AM 11/10/20 03:08 PM 11/10/20 03:08 PM -completed June 2020 1689281 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 6 MONTHS Spring/Fall Batch Treatment of Cells Aylmer Lagoon (6m) - 5536 CLOSE 4/1/20 12:00 AM 2/2/21 11:20 AM 2/2/21 11:20 AM -Completed 1727777 0000123925 BLOWER TURBO UNIT #2 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Blower Turbo Insp (1m/3m/1y) - 5536 CLOSE 5/1/20 12:00 AM 11/10/20 03:04 PM 11/10/20 03:04 PM -completed May 2020 91 3/23/21 14:31:59 5 /5 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 5536,5536-WLAY Work Order Type: OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1853367 0000123925 BLOWER TURBO UNIT #2 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Blower Turbo Insp (1m/3m/1y) - 5536 CLOSE 8/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1812401 0000123925 BLOWER TURBO UNIT #2 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Blower Turbo Insp (1m/3m/1y) - 5536 CLOSE 7/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1893414 0000123925 BLOWER TURBO UNIT #2 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Blower Turbo Insp (1m/3m/1y) - 5536 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1893422 0000123925 BLOWER TURBO UNIT #2 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 3 MONTHS Blower Turbo Insp (1m/3m/1y) - 5536 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1942261 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 6 MONTHS Spring/Fall Batch Treatment of Cells Aylmer Lagoon (6m) - 5536 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 2/2/21 11:35 AM 2/2/21 11:35 AM -Completed 1944976 0000123925 BLOWER TURBO UNIT #2 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Blower Turbo Insp (1m/3m/1y) - 5536 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1979913 0000123925 BLOWER TURBO UNIT #2 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Blower Turbo Insp (1m/3m/1y) - 5536 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 11/23/20 08:48 PM 11/23/20 08:48 PM 1937752 0000123925 BLOWER TURBO UNIT #2 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Blower Turbo Insp (1m/3m/1y) - 5536 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1559297 0000123925 BLOWER TURBO UNIT #2 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Blower Turbo Insp (1m/3m/1y) - 5536 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 10/19/20 08:47 AM 10/19/20 08:47 AM 2017828 0000123925 BLOWER TURBO UNIT #2 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Blower Turbo Insp (1m/3m/1y) - 5536 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 2017836 0000123925 BLOWER TURBO UNIT #2 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 3 MONTHS Blower Turbo Insp (1m/3m/1y) - 5536 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 2018483 0000067742 MCC BLOWER BLDG 5536, Aylmer WWT Lagoon PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 3 YEARS Mcc Blower Bldg Insp/Service (3y) - 5536 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1605008 0000068154 METER FLOW 02 OPC Aylmer Wastewater Treatment Lagoons PM Calibration 1 YEARS Meter Flow Insp/Service (1y) - 6643 CLOSE 2/1/20 12:00 AM 11/10/20 02:57 PM 11/10/20 02:57 PM -completed By Flowmetrix 92 3/23/21 14:32:03 1 /2 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 6642,6642-WWAY Work Order Type: OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1560569 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer WW Filtration (1m) - 6642 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 11/5/20 03:27 PM 11/5/20 03:27 PM -completed jan 2020 1560980 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS Lifting Device Insp Route (1y) - 6642 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 6/30/20 03:14 PM 6/30/20 03:14 PM 1561281 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS Fire Extinguisher Inspection Aylmer Filtration (1y) - 6642 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 2/2/21 11:16 AM 2/2/21 11:16 AM -Completed by Tillsonburg fire 1604388 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer WW Filtration (1m) - 6642 CLOSE 2/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 2019234 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer WW Filtration (1m) - 6642 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1938710 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer WW Filtration (1m) - 6642 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1770291 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer WW Filtration (1m) - 6642 CLOSE 6/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1813353 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer WW Filtration (1m) - 6642 CLOSE 7/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1854319 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer WW Filtration (1m) - 6642 CLOSE 8/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1894449 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer WW Filtration (1m) - 6642 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1900135 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Alymer WW Filteration (1y) - 6642 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1643077 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer WW Filtration (1m) - 6642 CLOSE 3/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1685231 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer WW Filtration (1m) - 6642 CLOSE 4/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1728741 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer WW Filtration (1m) - 6642 CLOSE 5/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1980874 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer WW Filtration (1m) - 6642 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 12/7/20 02:56 PM 12/7/20 02:56 PM 1983990 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Compliance 6 MONTHS FEP Contact List Review Aylmer WW Filtration (6m) - 6642 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1985519 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Compliance 1 YEARS FEP Review Aylmer Filtration (1y) - 6642 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 93 3/23/21 14:32:03 2 /2 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 6642,6642-WWAY Work Order Type: OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1732892 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Compliance 6 MONTHS FEP Contact List Review Aylmer WW Filtration (6m) - 6642 CLOSE 5/1/20 12:00 AM 11/4/20 12:38 PM 11/4/20 12:38 PM FEP Contact List Review Aylmer WW Filtration (6m) - 6642 -completed 2020 FEB update and review 1900869 0000067884 METER LEVEL 02 FILTER WET WELL 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Inspection 1 YEARS Meter Level Insp/Service (1y) - 6642 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1900142 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Inspection 1 YEARS Contact Chamber Clean Out Aylmer WW Filtration (1y) - 6642 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1560290 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration OPER Inspection 1 YEARS Daily O&M Activities Aylmer WW Filtration (1y) - 6642 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 1/25/21 02:11 PM 1/25/21 02:11 PM - -sampling, in house lab and rounds 2018721 0000123901 UPS 01 BATTERY BANK FILTER 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Inspection 1 YEARS Ups 01 Battery Bank Filter Insp/ Service (1y) - 6642 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 2018645 0000067903 PUMP DIAPHRAGM 01 ALUM 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Pump Diaphragm 01 Alum Insp/ Service (1y) - 6642 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 2018663 0000067904 PUMP DIAPHRAGM 02 ALUM 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Pump Diaphragm 02 Alum Insp/ Service (1y) - 6642 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1945250 0000067896 PUMP SUBMERSIBLE 03 SANITARY BLDG 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Pump Submersible 03 Sanitary Bldg Insp/Service (1y) - 6642 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1733304 0000067881 PUMP SUBMERSIBLE 01 FILTER 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Pump Submersible 01 Filter Insp/ Service (1y) - 6642 CLOSE 5/1/20 12:00 AM 11/5/20 03:29 PM 11/5/20 03:29 PM -completed Oct 2020 by Hawkins Electric 1733313 0000067882 PUMP SUBMERSIBLE 02 FILTER 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Pump Submersible 02 Filter Insp/ Service (1y) - 6642 CLOSE 5/1/20 12:00 AM 11/5/20 03:29 PM 11/5/20 03:29 PM -completed Oct 2020 for Hawkins Electric 1769205 0000072073 ANALYZER GAS TRI- DETECTOR 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Calibration 6 MONTHS Analyzer Gas Tri-Detector Insp/ Calib (6m) - 6642 CLOSE 6/1/20 12:00 AM 11/5/20 03:28 PM 11/5/20 03:28 PM -completed June 2020 1605003 0000067898 METER FLOW 01 FILTER INFLUENT 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Calibration 1 YEARS Meter Flow Insp/Service (1y) - 6642 CLOSE 2/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 12:06 PM 1/26/21 12:06 PM -Was done by flowmatrix 2017818 0000072073 ANALYZER GAS TRI- DETECTOR 6642, Aylmer WW Filtration PM Calibration 6 MONTHS Analyzer Gas Tri-Detector Insp/ Calib (6m) - 6642 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 94 3/23/21 14:32:05 1 /3 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 6643,6643-SPAY Work Order Type: EMER,OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1560580 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Health and Safety 1 MONTHS OHSA Inspection Aylmer OPC PS (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 1/6/20 02:58 PM 1/6/20 02:58 PM 1561284 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Health and Safety 1 YEARS Fire Extinguisher Inspection Aylmer OPC (1y) - 6643 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 1/31/20 08:02 AM 1/31/20 08:02 AM 1980885 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Health and Safety 1 MONTHS OHSA Inspection Aylmer OPC PS (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 2019245 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Health and Safety 1 MONTHS OHSA Inspection Aylmer OPC PS (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1900160 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer OPC Pumping Stn (1y) - 6643 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1938721 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Health and Safety 1 MONTHS OHSA Inspection Aylmer OPC PS (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1854330 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Health and Safety 1 MONTHS OHSA Inspection Aylmer OPC PS (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 8/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1894460 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Health and Safety 1 MONTHS OHSA Inspection Aylmer OPC PS (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1770302 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Health and Safety 1 MONTHS OHSA Inspection Aylmer OPC PS (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 6/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1813364 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Health and Safety 1 MONTHS OHSA Inspection Aylmer OPC PS (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 7/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1685242 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Health and Safety 1 MONTHS OHSA Inspection Aylmer OPC PS (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 4/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1728752 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Health and Safety 1 MONTHS OHSA Inspection Aylmer OPC PS (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 5/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1604399 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Health and Safety 1 MONTHS OHSA Inspection Aylmer OPC PS (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 2/1/20 12:00 AM 2/7/20 08:31 AM 2/7/20 08:31 AM 1643088 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Health and Safety 1 MONTHS OHSA Inspection Aylmer OPC PS (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 3/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1985520 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Compliance 1 YEARS FEP Review Aylmer OPC Pumping Stn (1y) - 6643 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 2018419 0000174364 ENGINE NATURAL GAS 01 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Natural Gas Test/Insp (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1980387 0000174364 ENGINE NATURAL GAS 01 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Natural Gas Test/Insp (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 95 3/23/21 14:32:05 2 /3 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 6643,6643-SPAY Work Order Type: EMER,OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1980569 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 01:32 PM 1/26/21 01:32 PM 1603890 0000174364 ENGINE NATURAL GAS 01 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Natural Gas Test/Insp (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 2/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1559777 0000174364 ENGINE NATURAL GAS 01 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Natural Gas Test/Insp (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 1/31/20 08:00 AM 1/31/20 08:00 AM 1559969 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 1/31/20 08:01 AM 1/31/20 08:01 AM 1560295 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnOPER Inspection 1 YEARS Daily O&M Activities Aylmer OPC Pumping Stn (1y) - 6643 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 1/25/21 02:11 PM 1/25/21 02:11 PM 2018710 0000067879 UPS 01 BATTERY BANK 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 YEARS Ups 01 Battery Bank Insp/Service (1y) - 6643 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 2018897 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 01:36 PM 1/26/21 01:36 PM 1769686 0000174364 ENGINE NATURAL GAS 01 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Natural Gas Test/Insp (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 6/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1604072 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 2/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 02:33 PM 1/26/21 02:33 PM 1728232 0000174364 ENGINE NATURAL GAS 01 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Natural Gas Test/Insp (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 5/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1728414 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 5/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 12:54 PM 1/26/21 12:54 PM 1853821 0000174364 ENGINE NATURAL GAS 01 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Natural Gas Test/Insp (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 8/1/20 12:00 AM 8/7/20 07:03 AM 8/7/20 07:03 AM 1684915 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 4/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 12:52 PM 1/26/21 12:52 PM 1812855 0000174364 ENGINE NATURAL GAS 01 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Natural Gas Test/Insp (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 7/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1813037 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 7/1/20 12:00 AM 2/1/21 01:08 PM 2/1/21 01:08 PM 1900151 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 YEARS Contact Chamber Clean Out Aylmer OPC Pumping Stn (1y) - 6643 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1769941 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 6/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 12:59 PM 1/26/21 12:59 PM 96 3/23/21 14:32:05 3 /3 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 6643,6643-SPAY Work Order Type: EMER,OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1893878 0000174364 ENGINE NATURAL GAS 01 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Natural Gas Test/Insp (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1894091 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 01:23 PM 1/26/21 01:23 PM 1854003 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 8/1/20 12:00 AM 8/7/20 07:04 AM 8/7/20 07:04 AM 1900897 0000174361 METER LEVEL 01 WET WELL 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 YEARS Meter Level Insp/Service (1y) - 6643 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1938206 0000174364 ENGINE NATURAL GAS 01 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Natural Gas Test/Insp (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1938388 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 01:30 PM 1/26/21 01:30 PM 1684733 0000174364 ENGINE NATURAL GAS 01 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Natural Gas Test/Insp (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 4/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1642511 0000174364 ENGINE NATURAL GAS 01 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Natural Gas Test/Insp (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 3/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1642724 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6643 CLOSE 3/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 12:50 PM 1/26/21 12:50 PM 2018576 0000174352 PUMP CENT 02 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Pump Cent 02 Insp/Service (1y) - 6643 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 2018579 0000174353 PUMP CENT 03 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Pump Cent 03 Insp/Service (1y) - 6643 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1900872 0000174364 ENGINE NATURAL GAS 01 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Engine Natural Gas 01 Insp/Service (1y) - 6643 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 2018573 0000174351 PUMP CENT 01 6643, Aylmer OPC Pumping StnPM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Pump Cent 01 Insp/Service (1y) - 6643 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 97 3/23/21 14:32:01 1 /10 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 6641,6641-SPP1,6641-SPP2,6641-SPP3,6641-SPP4,6641-WCAY Work Order Type: OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1938699 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Collections (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1980863 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Collections (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 2019223 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Collections (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/30/20 02:18 PM 12/30/20 02:18 PM 1854308 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Collections (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 8/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1894438 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Collections (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1900128 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer WWC (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1728730 0000063416 VALVE RELIEF AIR 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Collections (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 5/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1770280 0000063416 VALVE RELIEF AIR 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Collections (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 6/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1813342 0000063416 VALVE RELIEF AIR 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Collections (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 7/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1604377 0000063416 VALVE RELIEF AIR 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Collections (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 2/1/20 12:00 AM 2/11/20 03:04 PM 2/11/20 03:04 PM 1643066 0000063416 VALVE RELIEF AIR 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Collections (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 3/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1685220 0000063416 VALVE RELIEF AIR 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Collections (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 4/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 98 3/23/21 14:32:01 2 /10 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 6641,6641-SPP1,6641-SPP2,6641-SPP3,6641-SPP4,6641-WCAY Work Order Type: OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1560558 0000063416 VALVE RELIEF AIR 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS OHSA Inspection Aylmer Collections (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 1/6/20 03:03 PM 1/6/20 03:03 PM 1560977 0000063416 VALVE RELIEF AIR 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS Lifting Device Insp Route (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 6/30/20 03:09 PM 6/30/20 03:09 PM 1561278 0000063416 VALVE RELIEF AIR 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Health and Safety 1 YEARS Fire Extinguisher Inspection Aylmer Collection (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 2/2/21 11:15 AM 2/2/21 11:15 AM -Completed by Tillsonburg fire 1985518 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Compliance 1 YEARS FEP Review Aylmer Collection (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 2018895 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/30/20 02:23 PM 12/30/20 02:23 PM 1980567 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 01:32 PM 1/26/21 01:32 PM 1900119 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Inspection 1 YEARS Contact Chamber Clean Out Aylmer WWC (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1894089 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 01:23 PM 1/26/21 01:23 PM 1854001 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 8/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 01:13 PM 1/26/21 01:13 PM 1813035 0000063416 VALVE RELIEF AIR 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 7/1/20 12:00 AM 2/1/21 01:08 PM 2/1/21 01:08 PM 1769939 0000063416 VALVE RELIEF AIR 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 6/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 12:59 PM 1/26/21 12:59 PM 1938386 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 01:30 PM 1/26/21 01:30 PM 99 3/23/21 14:32:01 3 /10 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 6641,6641-SPP1,6641-SPP2,6641-SPP3,6641-SPP4,6641-WCAY Work Order Type: OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1604070 0000063416 VALVE RELIEF AIR 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 2/1/20 12:00 AM 2/18/20 09:07 AM 2/18/20 09:07 AM 1728412 0000063416 VALVE RELIEF AIR 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 5/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 12:53 PM 1/26/21 12:53 PM 1559967 0000063416 VALVE RELIEF AIR 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 1/31/20 08:07 AM 1/31/20 08:07 AM 1560285 0000063416 VALVE RELIEF AIR 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System OPER Inspection 1 YEARS Daily O&M Activities Aylmer Wastewater Collection System (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 1/25/21 02:10 PM 1/25/21 02:10 PM - • At Treadwell pump station with Hawkins electric • Hawkins troubleshooting electrical problem with pumps not stopping when required and milltronics problem -Oct 21st 2020- facility rounds and checks - 2020/10/29 • Completed locate for new OPC Pump Station and forcemain 1684913 0000063416 VALVE RELIEF AIR 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 4/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 12:52 PM 1/26/21 12:52 PM 1642722 0000063416 VALVE RELIEF AIR 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Building & Grounds Maintenance (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 3/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 12:49 PM 1/26/21 12:49 PM 1566711 0000123641 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER MCC Panel Elm Street P.S.:6641 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Panel Alarm Dialer MCC Panel Testing (1m/1y) 6641 Elm Street CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 2/18/20 09:09 AM 2/18/20 09:09 AM 1607882 0000123641 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER MCC Panel Elm Street P.S.:6641 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Panel Alarm Dialer MCC Panel Testing (1m/1y) 6641 Elm Street CLOSE 2/1/20 12:00 AM 2/18/20 09:08 AM 2/18/20 09:08 AM 100 3/23/21 14:32:01 4 /10 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 6641,6641-SPP1,6641-SPP2,6641-SPP3,6641-SPP4,6641-WCAY Work Order Type: OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1646653 0000123641 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER MCC Panel Elm Street P.S.:6641 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Panel Alarm Dialer MCC Panel Testing (1m/1y) 6641 Elm Street CLOSE 3/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1689102 0000123641 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER MCC Panel Elm Street P.S.:6641 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Panel Alarm Dialer MCC Panel Testing (1m/1y) 6641 Elm Street CLOSE 4/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1732199 0000123641 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER MCC Panel Elm Street P.S.:6641 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Panel Alarm Dialer MCC Panel Testing (1m/1y) 6641 Elm Street CLOSE 5/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1774269 0000123641 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER MCC Panel Elm Street P.S.:6641 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Panel Alarm Dialer MCC Panel Testing (1m/1y) 6641 Elm Street CLOSE 6/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1980326 0000123944 ENGINE DIESEL PORTABLE 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 1/18/21 09:21 AM 1/18/21 09:21 AM 2018339 0000066394 ENGINE DIESEL GENSET PORTABLE FOR CAVERLY RD. 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/30/20 03:14 PM 12/30/20 03:14 PM 2018358 0000123944 ENGINE DIESEL PORTABLE 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/30/20 03:15 PM 12/30/20 03:15 PM 1945164 0000067726 METER LEVEL 01 WET WELL PSM 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 YEARS Meter Level Insp/Service (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1893798 0000066394 ENGINE DIESEL GENSET PORTABLE FOR CAVERLY RD. 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1893817 0000123944 ENGINE DIESEL PORTABLE 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1938126 0000066394 ENGINE DIESEL GENSET PORTABLE FOR CAVERLY RD. 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 10/23/20 02:49 PM 10/23/20 02:49 PM - 2020/10/21 • Ran generator for 1 hour • Recorded required data on monthly generator rounds sheet • Operating well 101 3/23/21 14:32:01 5 /10 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 6641,6641-SPP1,6641-SPP2,6641-SPP3,6641-SPP4,6641-WCAY Work Order Type: OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1938145 0000123944 ENGINE DIESEL PORTABLE 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 10/23/20 02:51 PM 10/23/20 02:51 PM - 2020/10/21 • Ran generator for 1 hour • Recorded all required data on monthly generator rounds sheets • Operating well 1853741 0000066394 ENGINE DIESEL GENSET PORTABLE FOR CAVERLY RD. 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 8/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1684653 0000066394 ENGINE DIESEL GENSET PORTABLE FOR CAVERLY RD. 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 4/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1684672 0000123944 ENGINE DIESEL PORTABLE 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 4/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1728152 0000066394 ENGINE DIESEL GENSET PORTABLE FOR CAVERLY RD. 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 5/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1728171 0000123944 ENGINE DIESEL PORTABLE 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 5/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1769606 0000066394 ENGINE DIESEL GENSET PORTABLE FOR CAVERLY RD. 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 6/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1769625 0000123944 ENGINE DIESEL PORTABLE 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 6/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1559716 0000123944 ENGINE DIESEL PORTABLE 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 1/21/20 03:20 PM 1/21/20 03:20 PM 1603810 0000066394 ENGINE DIESEL GENSET PORTABLE FOR CAVERLY RD. 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 2/1/20 12:00 AM 2/18/20 09:06 AM 2/18/20 09:06 AM 1603829 0000123944 ENGINE DIESEL PORTABLE 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 2/1/20 12:00 AM 2/18/20 09:05 AM 2/18/20 09:05 AM 1980307 0000066394 ENGINE DIESEL GENSET PORTABLE FOR CAVERLY RD. 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 1/18/21 09:20 AM 1/18/21 09:20 AM 1853760 0000123944 ENGINE DIESEL PORTABLE 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 8/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 102 3/23/21 14:32:01 6 /10 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 6641,6641-SPP1,6641-SPP2,6641-SPP3,6641-SPP4,6641-WCAY Work Order Type: OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1812775 0000066394 ENGINE DIESEL GENSET PORTABLE FOR CAVERLY RD. 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 7/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1812794 0000123944 ENGINE DIESEL PORTABLE 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 7/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1642431 0000066394 ENGINE DIESEL GENSET PORTABLE FOR CAVERLY RD. 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 3/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1642450 0000123944 ENGINE DIESEL PORTABLE 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 3/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1950625 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Monthly Check Valve Inspection Route (1m) 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 2/2/21 10:19 AM 2/2/21 10:19 AM -Completed 1989767 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Monthly Check Valve Inspection Route (1m) 6641 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 11/23/20 09:11 PM 11/23/20 09:11 PM 2027728 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Monthly Check Valve Inspection Route (1m) 6641 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/30/20 02:16 PM 12/30/20 02:16 PM 1559697 0000066394 ENGINE DIESEL GENSET PORTABLE FOR CAVERLY RD. 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Engine Diesel Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 1/21/20 03:18 PM 1/21/20 03:18 PM 1864273 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Monthly Check Valve Inspection Route (1m) 6641 CLOSE 8/1/20 12:00 AM 2/2/21 10:13 AM 2/2/21 10:13 AM -Completed 1906224 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Monthly Check Valve Inspection Route (1m) 6641 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 2/2/21 10:17 AM 2/2/21 10:17 AM -Completed 1816941 0000123641 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER MCC Panel Elm Street P.S.:6641 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Panel Alarm Dialer MCC Panel Testing (1m/1y) 6641 Elm Street CLOSE 7/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1857443 0000123641 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER MCC Panel Elm Street P.S.:6641 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Panel Alarm Dialer MCC Panel Testing (1m/1y) 6641 Elm Street CLOSE 8/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1897642 0000123641 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER MCC Panel Elm Street P.S.:6641 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Panel Alarm Dialer MCC Panel Testing (1m/1y) 6641 Elm Street CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1942130 0000123641 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER MCC Panel Elm Street P.S.:6641 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Panel Alarm Dialer MCC Panel Testing (1m/1y) 6641 Elm Street CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 103 3/23/21 14:32:01 7 /10 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 6641,6641-SPP1,6641-SPP2,6641-SPP3,6641-SPP4,6641-WCAY Work Order Type: OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1983399 0000123641 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER MCC Panel Elm Street P.S.:6641 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Panel Alarm Dialer MCC Panel Testing (1m/1y) 6641 Elm Street CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 11/23/20 09:12 PM 11/23/20 09:12 PM 2021577 0000123641 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER MCC Panel Elm Street P.S.:6641 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Panel Alarm Dialer MCC Panel Testing (1m/1y) 6641 Elm Street CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/30/20 02:20 PM 12/30/20 02:20 PM 1945172 0000069375 METER LEVEL PS- ANNE 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 2 - Ann St. PM Inspection 1 YEARS Meter Level Insp/Service (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1641747 0000164708 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER CAVERLY PS 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 3 - Caverley Rd. PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Alarm Dialer Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 3/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1684063 0000164708 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER CAVERLY PS 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 3 - Caverley Rd. PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Alarm Dialer Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 4/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1727588 0000164708 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER CAVERLY PS 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 3 - Caverley Rd. PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Alarm Dialer Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 5/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1559059 0000164708 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER CAVERLY PS 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 3 - Caverley Rd. PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Alarm Dialer Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 1/1/20 12:00 AM 1/31/20 08:06 AM 1/31/20 08:06 AM 1603222 0000164708 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER CAVERLY PS 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 3 - Caverley Rd. PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Alarm Dialer Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 2/1/20 12:00 AM 2/18/20 09:06 AM 2/18/20 09:06 AM 1945175 0000069528 METER LEVEL PS- CAVERLY 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 3 - Caverley Rd. PM Inspection 1 YEARS Meter Level Insp/Service (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1979753 0000164708 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER CAVERLY PS 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 3 - Caverley Rd. PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Alarm Dialer Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 11/23/20 09:14 PM 11/23/20 09:14 PM -completed Nov 5th 2020 2017573 0000164708 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER CAVERLY PS 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 3 - Caverley Rd. PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Alarm Dialer Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/30/20 03:13 PM 12/30/20 03:13 PM -completed Dec 25th 2020 1768931 0000164708 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER CAVERLY PS 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 3 - Caverley Rd. PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Alarm Dialer Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 6/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1812185 0000164708 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER CAVERLY PS 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 3 - Caverley Rd. PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Alarm Dialer Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 7/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 104 3/23/21 14:32:01 8 /10 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 6641,6641-SPP1,6641-SPP2,6641-SPP3,6641-SPP4,6641-WCAY Work Order Type: OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1853207 0000164708 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER CAVERLY PS 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 3 - Caverley Rd. PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Alarm Dialer Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 8/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1893167 0000164708 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER CAVERLY PS 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 3 - Caverley Rd. PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Alarm Dialer Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1937565 0000164708 PANEL ALARM/ DIALER CAVERLY PS 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 3 - Caverley Rd. PM Inspection 1 MONTHS Alarm Dialer Test/Insp (1m) - 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 1/18/21 09:14 AM 1/18/21 09:14 AM -completed Oct 9th 2020 1945152 0000066692 DRIVE VFD 01 PUMPS CAVERLY PS 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 3 - Caverley Rd. PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Drive VFD Insp/Service (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1864293 0000278229 VALVE SLUICE GATE INLET PIPE MAIN PUMPING STATION 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Monthly Valve Exercise for Sluice Gate Main Pumping Station (1m) 6641 CLOSE 8/1/20 12:00 AM 2/2/21 10:14 AM 2/2/21 10:14 AM -Completed 1906244 0000278229 VALVE SLUICE GATE INLET PIPE MAIN PUMPING STATION 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Monthly Valve Exercise for Sluice Gate Main Pumping Station (1m) 6641 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 2/2/21 10:18 AM 2/2/21 10:18 AM -Completed 1906252 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 6 MONTHS Semi-Annual Isolation Valve Exercising Route (6m) 6641 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 2/1/21 01:27 PM 2/1/21 01:27 PM -Completed 1950647 0000278229 VALVE SLUICE GATE INLET PIPE MAIN PUMPING STATION 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Monthly Valve Exercise for Sluice Gate Main Pumping Station (1m) 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 2/2/21 10:19 AM 2/2/21 10:19 AM -Completed 1989787 0000278229 VALVE SLUICE GATE INLET PIPE MAIN PUMPING STATION 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Monthly Valve Exercise for Sluice Gate Main Pumping Station (1m) 6641 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 11/23/20 09:11 PM 11/23/20 09:11 PM 2027748 0000278229 VALVE SLUICE GATE INLET PIPE MAIN PUMPING STATION 6641, Aylmer Wastewater Collection System PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Monthly Valve Exercise for Sluice Gate Main Pumping Station (1m) 6641 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/30/20 02:15 PM 12/30/20 02:15 PM 1945232 0000069376 PUMP SUBMERSIBLE 01 CAVERLY PS 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 3 - Caverley Rd. PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Pump Submersible 01 Caverly Ps Insp/Service (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 105 3/23/21 14:32:01 9 /10 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 6641,6641-SPP1,6641-SPP2,6641-SPP3,6641-SPP4,6641-WCAY Work Order Type: OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1945241 0000069377 PUMP SUBMERSIBLE 02 CAVERLY PS 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 3 - Caverley Rd. PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Pump Submersible 02 Caverly Ps Insp/Service (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1945158 0000066693 DRIVE VFD 02 PUMPS CAVERLY PS 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 3 - Caverley Rd. PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Drive VFD Insp/Service (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1945214 0000069372 PUMP SUBMERSIBLE 01 ANNE PS 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 2 - Ann St. PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Pump Submersible 01 Anne Ps Insp/ Service (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1945223 0000069373 PUMP SUBMERSIBLE 02 ANNE PS 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 2 - Ann St. PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Pump Submersible 02 Anne Ps Insp/ Service (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 2018494 0000069374 PANEL CONTROL PUMPS ANNE PS 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 2 - Ann St. PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 3 YEARS Panel Control Pumps Anne Ps Insp/ Service (3y) - 6641 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/30/20 03:17 PM 12/30/20 03:17 PM 1950546 0000278219 GENERATOR PORTABLE DIESEL 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Monthly Portable Generator Test/ Inspection (1m) 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1906074 0000278219 GENERATOR PORTABLE DIESEL 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Monthly Portable Generator Test/ Inspection (1m) 6641 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1906077 0000278219 GENERATOR PORTABLE DIESEL 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Annual Portable Generator Test/ Inspection (1y) 6641 CLOSE 9/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1864242 0000278219 GENERATOR PORTABLE DIESEL 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Monthly Portable Generator Test/ Inspection (1m) 6641 CLOSE 8/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 2027668 0000278219 GENERATOR PORTABLE DIESEL 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Monthly Portable Generator Test/ Inspection (1m) 6641 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/30/20 02:17 PM 12/30/20 02:17 PM 1989725 0000278219 GENERATOR PORTABLE DIESEL 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Monthly Portable Generator Test/ Inspection (1m) 6641 CLOSE 11/2/20 12:00 AM 1/18/21 09:20 AM 1/18/21 09:20 AM -completed Nov 2020 1824194 0000278219 GENERATOR PORTABLE DIESEL 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 MONTHS Monthly Portable Generator Test/ Inspection (1m) 6641 CLOSE 7/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1864245 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 6 MONTHS Semi- Annual Wet Well Cleaning Elm St. PS (6m) 6641 CLOSE 8/1/20 12:00 AM 2/2/21 11:33 AM 2/2/21 11:33 AM -Completed by sanitary sewer 1776139 0000066394 ENGINE DIESEL GENSET PORTABLE FOR CAVERLY RD. 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Engine Diesel Genset Portable For Caverly Rd. Insp/Service (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 6/1/20 12:00 AM 8/27/20 03:30 PM 8/27/20 03:30 PM - • gencare did annual maintence on Aug.27/20 • 2 new batteries installed 1776178 0000123944 ENGINE DIESEL PORTABLE 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Engine Diesel Portable Insp/Service (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 6/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 106 3/23/21 14:32:01 10 /10 Workorder Summary Report Report Start Date: Jan 1, 2020 12:00 AM Report End Date: Dec 31, 2020 11:59 PM Location: 6641,6641-SPP1,6641-SPP2,6641-SPP3,6641-SPP4,6641-WCAY Work Order Type: OPER,PM Work Order Class: WorkOrder PM Schedule Workorder Details WO #Asset ID Asset Description Location Description Type Class FEQ Units Work Order Description Status Schedule Start Actual Start Actual Finsh WorkLog Detail 1945178 0000069368 PUMP SUBMERSIBLE 01 PSM 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Pump Submersible 01 Psm Insp/ Service (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1945187 0000069369 PUMP SUBMERSIBLE 02 PSM 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Pump Submersible 02 Psm Insp/ Service (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1945196 0000069370 PUMP SUBMERSIBLE 03 PSM 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Pump Submersible 03 Psm Insp/ Service (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1945205 0000069371 PUMP SUBMERSIBLE 04 PSM 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 1 YEARS Pump Submersible 04 Psm Insp/ Service (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 10/1/20 12:00 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 2018498 0000067714 PANEL PLC PUMPS PSM 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 3 YEARS Panel PLC Pumps Psm Insp/Service (3y) - 6641 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/30/20 03:18 PM 12/30/20 03:18 PM 2018502 0000123942 PANEL TRANSFER PSM 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 3 YEARS Panel Transfer Psm Insp/Service (3y) - 6641 CLOSE 12/1/20 12:00 AM 12/30/20 02:28 PM 12/30/20 02:28 PM 2037430 Aylmer Wastewater Collection System OPER Refurbish/ Replace/Repair 0 Fall Wet Well Cleaning CLOSE 12/31/20 08:52 AM 12/31/20 08:52 AM 1604993 0000068153 METER FLOW 01 TOWN PSM 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 1 - Main PM Calibration 1 YEARS Meter Flow Insp/Service (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 2/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 12:06 PM 1/26/21 12:06 PM -Was done by flowmatrix 1604998 0000069527 METER FLOW PS- CAVERLY 6641, Aylmer Sewage Pumping Stn 3 - Caverley Rd. PM Calibration 1 YEARS Meter Flow Insp/Service (1y) - 6641 CLOSE 2/1/20 12:00 AM 1/26/21 12:06 PM 1/26/21 12:06 PM -Was done by flowmatrix 107 Annual Report 2020 108 Contents 3 Message from the Chair & General Manager 4 Protecting Life & Property 8 Enhancing Watershed Health 11 Connecting People to Nature 17 2020 Financial Highlights 18 Board of Directors / LPRCA Staff 19 Long Point Region Watershed 109 Message from the Chair & General Manager Michael Columbus Chair, LPRCA Judy Maxwell General Manager, LPRCA The past year has certainly been one that we will not soon forget. The pandemic placed the world into a position of uncertainty. With the support of the Board, staff navigated the pandemic disruption and implemented the appropriate policies, protocols and measures to ensure the safety of our staff, community and customers while permitting the Authority to deliver our essential services. The Board is committed to leading the implementation of the 2019-2023 Strategic Plan which sets out the groundwork for achieving our vision. Guided by our values of innovation, accountability, communication and teamwork, we are well on our way to advancing the objectives of the 2019-2023 Strategic Plan and our vision of working together to shape the future well-being of our watershed. On behalf of the Board we would like to acknowledge the commitment of all of the Authority’s staff and volunteers. We have asked a lot of our people this past year, and through it all we have witnessed inspirational teamwork, respect, creativity and resilience. As we navigate this new reality, we are confident our organization will be able to emerge from this pandemic with new, innovative approaches to deliver high quality services and experiences. 17-year Distinguished Member Since 2003, Roger Geysens has served the Long Point Region Conservation Authority. A Councillor appointed by Norfolk County, Roger was instrumental in promoting the Authority’s mandate and our continued success. Roger served as the Chair of the Board from 2012 through 2014 and has provided outstanding stability, commitment and leadership. The LPRCA Board and staff thank Roger for his dedicated service and wish him a very happy retirement. Thank you Roger. 110 Protecting Life & Property Planning & Regulations Long Point Region Conservation Authority’s Planning and Regulation services help protect the Long Point watershed from loss of life and property damage due to natural hazards such as flooding and erosion. Under the Conservation Authorities Act, it is the responsibility of LPRCA to regulate development in and around watercourses, floodplains, valley systems, wetlands and along the Lake Erie shoreline. In 2020, Planning and Regulations department staff reviewed and issued 296 permits for development under Section 28 of the Conservation Authorities Act. Staff worked with local municipalities to review and provide technical advice on 121 Planning Act applications, including the review of Official Plan updates for Brant County and Haldimand County. Hundreds of additional inquiries from the public relating to the sale of properties, development proposals, and other general inquiries relating to flooding, erosion, wetlands and dynamic beaches were received and responded to by staff. 2020 2019 Permit Applications Reviewed 296 259 Municipal Applications Consulted On 121 156 111 Throughout 2020, Planning and Regulations staff continued to implement recommendations from the 2017 Customer Service Plan, pursuing process improvements and providing timely reviews and approvals. An interactive mapping tool that presents areas regulated by Ontario Regulation 178/06 within the Long Point Region Watershed was launched, allowing visitors to LPRCA’s website to search for properties and view regulated areas. Flood Forecasting Long Point Region Conservation Authority is responsible for operating a flood forecasting and warning system in collaboration with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF). The system includes monitoring weather conditions and forecasts, forecasting flood potential, issuing flood messages and communicating updates to municipalities, the media and the public. This system helps to ensure the welfare of residents and minimize property damage due to flooding. A total of 23 flood messages were issued in 2020. 2019 Conditions Statements 9 Flood Watches 10 Flood Warnings 2 2020 9 10 4 In 2020, Lake Erie’s water level remained well above average and risk of flooding was high throughout the year, even in the summer months when flood risk is typically low. LPRCA issued a Lake Erie Conditions Statement – Flood Outlook that remained in effect throughout much of the year to highlight the increased risk of flooding. High water levels combined with periods of strong southwesterly winds resulted in multiple occasions of flooding along the Lake Erie shoreline. On November 15, 2020 significant southwesterly winds caused substantial flooding; gauges in Port Dover and Port Colborne measured levels second only to the record set on December 2, 1985. 112 Low Water Response Beginning in May, a lack of rainfall left many areas across the watershed with lower than typical stream flow and groundwater levels. By August, conditions were particularly dry with the northern end of the watershed receiving only 50-75% of average rainfall for the months of June, July, and August. On August 17, LPRCA issued a Level 1 Low Water Advisory, encouraging water users throughout the watershed to reduce their water consumption by 10 percent and restrict non- essential uses of water. These measures proactively assist in minimizing the impacts of low water on aquatic ecosystems, conserving water supplies, and reduces the need for stronger water restriction measures. The Level 1 Low Water Advisory was lifted on October 30. Flood Forecasting & Warning System Improvement Project Funding assistance from the Federal Disaster Mitigation Program has permitted Long Point Region Conservation Authority to continue improvement and automation of the Flood Forecasting and Warning System. In 2020, automated hydrometric data collection data has been made available in real-time through LPRCA’s website. The program has also added additional gauges through the watershed, facilitated development of flood thresholds and allowed for the implementation of automated data acquisition. LPRCA and Norfolk County staff identified the need for a real- time gauge to measure and report Lake Erie levels in the Inner Long Point Bay. Staff completed project planning and are preparing for the installation of a gauge on the Port Rowan pier. Once the gauge is installed, the water level data collected will improve forecasts of and responses to Lake Erie flood events. Floodplain, Natural Hazard & Regulation Mapping In 2020, LPRCA completed three multi-year projects to update flood and erosion mapping with support from the Federal National Disaster Mitigation Program. Two of these projects focused 113 on updating over 94 km of flood, erosion, and dynamic hazard mapping along the shoreline of Lake Erie in Haldimand and Norfolk Counties. The third project updated over 89 km of riverine floodplain mapping in areas most vulnerable to flood damage, including Tillsonburg, Norwich, Vienna, Port Burwell, Cultus, Gilbertville, Simcoe, Port Dover, Waterford, Jarvis and Garnett. The new mapping provide the most up-to-date and accurate information available on flooding and erosion hazards in the study areas. The information was provided to municipalities to support the preparation of their Official Plans and Zoning By-Law documents. LPRCA will further use the information to provide technical advice and comment on municipal documents, Planning Act Applications, permitting under Ontario Regulation 178/06, and flood forecasting and warning. Building on these mapping projects, LPRCA staff updated the area regulated by O.Reg. 178/06 along the shoreline in Norfolk and Haldimand Counties and the Lynn River watershed. Dams & Water Control Structures LPRCA owns and operates 13 dams and water control structures throughout the watershed. Historically these structures were constructed for flood control, low flow augmentation, recreation, erosion control, power generation and to serve as municipal drinking water sources. Most of these structures were constructed in the 1960’s though some were built over 100 years ago. In 2020, four of LPRCA’s dams had substantial work performed: • The Norwich Dam underwent a safety review with financial support from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry’s Water and Erosion Control Infrastructure program. The safety review is a detailed study completed by an engineer that determines the dam’s hazard classification, assesses the stability and evaluates all other factors that affect public and operator safety. • The Deer Creek Dam has mechanical operation equipment housed in a concrete chamber. In 2020, modifications were made to the chamber and a side door was added to provide an improved work environment for dam operators. • The Vittoria and Teeterville Dams had their stop logs sealed by a specialized diving contractor in summer 2020. Stop logs within the dam bays were jacked down and a semi- impermeable seal installed on the upstream face to reduce water loss through the logs. This work will extend the operational life of the stop logs and help maintain water levels in the reservoirs during drought conditions. 114 Enhancing Watershed Health Stewardship Working together to shape the future well- being of our watershed is the guiding vision by which Long Point Region Conservation Authority operates. A large part of doing so is collaborating on environmental stewardship initiatives with municipal, institutional and private partners. Highlights from 2020 include: • Completion of 5 wetland projects, with funding and support from Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Habitat Stewardship Program (HSP), Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) and ALUS Norfolk. • Continuation of the Long Point Region invasive Phragmites australis control program. Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Habitat Stewardship Program funding allowed LPRCA to work with Nature Conservancy Canada (NCC) to implement invasive Phragmites control measures on private land in the lower Big Creek watershed, treat 9.25 hectares of land at the Lee Brown Marsh and control 115 invasive Phragmites at Walsingham Flats, Rowan Mills, Middleton Swamp, Sutton CA, Waterford North CA, Haldimand CA and Dereham Wetlands. • Establishment of 150 acres of cover crops, funded by Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Integrated Conservation Action Plan (ICAP). ALUS Elgin continues their collaborative environmental stewardship efforts, adding 94 acres of land into the program in 2020 thereby bringing the total acres to 544. The restored land supports alternative use for marginal farmland by establishing tallgrass prairie, tree plantings and wetlands. Drinking Water Source Protection Developed throughout 2019 and submitted in January 2020, an amended Assessment Report and Source Protection Plan for the village of Otterville was approved by the Province. A two-part Long Point Region Source Protection Plan update came into effect in May 2020. The Source Protection Plan presents a history of the Clean Water Act and source protection planning, sets out the objectives of the Protection Plan, describes the Long Point Region watershed and identifies the policies and programs involved. The Source Protection Plan and additional information can be found on the Lake Erie Source Protection Region website, sourcewater.ca. 2020 Annual Report Long Point Region Conservation Authority 9 116 Water Quality Monitoring Several program partnerships with the Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks depend on water quality data collected by LPRCA. The Provincial Water Quality Monitoring Program (PWQMN), the Provincial Groundwater Monitoring Network (PGMN) and the Ontario Benthos Biomonitoring Network (OBBN) support LPRCA and our partners to monitor the changing watershed conditions and facilitate data-lead management of our water resources. 2020 sampling saw a delayed start, however LPRCA collected surface water from nine PWQMN sites, measured groundwater levels at 11 PGMN wells and sampled 10 sites for aquatic benthic invertebrates. Tree Planting Despite a year of uncertainty and restrictions, LPRCA planted 32,955 trees throughout the watershed: • 13,695 trees were planted through Forests Ontario’s 50 Million Trees Program. • 6,400 trees were planted as part of the Ontario Horticultural Trades Foundation’s Highway of Heroes Program. • 10,110 trees were planted with funding support from Ontario Power Generation. • 319 trees were planted within the Municipality of Bayham and the Township of South-West Oxford as part of LPRCA’s Trees for Roads Program. • 2,431 seedlings sales were made through LPRCA’s Private Land Tree Planting Program. 117 Connecting People to Nature Conservation Areas & Land Holdings Long Point Region Conservation Authority owns 11,087 acres of conservation lands, including five parks with a total of 682 campsites. 2020 was an unconventional year and the camping season was, inevitably, impacted by the pandemic. Though the situation was changing on a near-daily basis, LPRCA was able to find creative ways to adapt our services and provide safe access to healthy outdoor fun and adventure. LPRCA carefully monitored provincial and local health unit guidelines, adjusting safety processes as required to ensure the wellbeing of staff and the public. In June, LPRCA was able to open our campgrounds to seasonal campers, followed by the resumption of overnight camping for self- contained camping units in July. Working with the provider of our campsite reservation system, LPRCA implemented a day-use reservation system to ensure the number of visitors to each Conservation Area remained manageable and safe. 118 Despite the often-changing restrictions and limitations on services that could be provided, LPRCA was able to offer a safe and enjoyable experience for seasonal campers, overnight campers and day-use visitors. Various improvement projects were completed across LPRCA’s campgrounds: • The creation of a new wetland and interpretive trail at the Backus Heritage Conservation Area. Near the entrance to the park, the loop trail leads visitors over to the wetland, showcasing the natural diversity and rich ecosystems of wetland areas. • Backus Heritage Conservation Area had a native seed garden planted as part of a volunteer partnership to increase the availability of local native wildflower seeds for future restoration projects throughout the watershed. • Seven Deer Creek Conservation Area sites were upgraded with hydro and water hookups, and nine sites were converted to premium status. • The final phase of a three-part upgrade project at Waterford North Conservation Area began in 2020, to support the upgrade of 52 sites in 2021. Forest Management LPRCA manages our forest tracts with a focus on enhancing watershed health and protecting wildlife habitat and species at risk. 2020 was an active field season for LPRCA. Some project highlights include: • 285 acres of land across four LPRCA- managed tracts were surveyed to collect data on species at risk and provincially rare plants and vegetation. • 9-1-1 response signs were installed at forest tracts throughout Norfolk County and the Municipality of Bayham in 2020. Haldimand County, Brant County and Oxford County properties will have signage in place by spring 2021. Once installed, the 9-1-1 signage will enhance safety on LPRCA properties and supplement the new interactive property map available on LPRCA’s website. • Four properties, amounting to a total of 293 acres, were marked and tendered for harvest. 119 Several LPRCA properties are also involved in environmental studies and research projects. Projects in 2020 included: • Dr. Altaf Arain of McMaster University has been monitoring the Wilson Tract since 2011, to study carbon exchange in temperate deciduous forests in southern Ontario. • Birds Canada conducted studies for their Ontario Forest Birds at Risk program, monitoring several LPRCA properties for species such as the Acadian Flycatcher and the Cerulean Warbler. • In 2001, a partnership was established with the MNRF to conduct a study on the Landon Tract to examine how opening gaps in the forest canopy impacts the growth of trees with moderate shade tolerance. Using data from the first stage of the study, in 2020 eight new gaps were formed in the canopy throughout the tract to promote growth of Oak and Carolinian species. Conservation Stewardship Award Mike O’Dwyer has been selected as the recipient of the 2020 Long Point Region Conservation Stewardship Award, having been nominated by ALUS Norfolk for his extensive contributions to conservation in the Long Point Region watershed. Mr. O’Dwyer, a farmer in Simcoe, applies best management practices to ensure sustainable use of the land. Active in his community, Mr. O’Dwyer works with organizations including the Norfolk Federation of Agriculture and ALUS Norfolk. The preservation of habitat for native species is of particular interest to Mr. O’Dwyer and he has undertaken numerous wetland and forest restoration projects. Since 2008, over 28,000 trees have been planted on his property. Cultivating native species while monitoring for invasive ones has provided ample room for both plants and wildlife to thrive. Long Point Region Conservation Authority is proud to have worked with Mr. O’Dwyer on several restoration projects and we thank him for his tireless efforts to protect the environment in the Long Point Region watershed. 120 Backhouse Homestead Heritage Designation On September 22, 2020, Norfolk County approved a by-law designating the Backhouse Homestead, located in the Backus Heritage Conservation Area, under the Ontario Heritage Act. The designation serves as a means for a municipality to publicly acknowledge the heritage value of a site and helps ensure the conservation of important places for the benefit and enjoyment of present and future generations. The Homestead is a key feature of the Backhouse Historic Site which also includes the 1798 Backhouse Grist Mill National Historic Site. The Backhouse Homestead in approximately 1930. The Backhouse Homestead as it is today. John Backhouse and his family arrived in Walsingham in 1796 from the Niagara region, constructing and settling in a single-room log cabin before building a larger home in 1799. The brick Homestead that still sits atop the hill overlooking the bright red mill was built in the early 1850s by his grandson, John H. Backhouse for his wife Sarah Dedrick. Completed in 1852, this 15-room home has brick walls that are three layers thick and are made using clay taken directly from the surrounding property. In 1956, the Big Creek Conservation Authority purchased the property including the homestead from the Backus family (who had shortened their family name) with the intention of developing the heritage village that is found on the site today. In the 1970s, the homestead underwent a major renovation and was used as the 121 headquarters of Bird Studies Canada. Originally, the homestead had a large wooden pagoda-style porch that extended around the full house. This was removed in the early 1920s in favour of an Italian piazza-style front porch. In the 1990s, a replica of the original porch was re- installed at the front of the home and is what remains there today. The Backhouse Homestead is a fascinating cultural site and a great example of a mid-19th century middle-class home. Backus Heritage Conservation Area is steeped in history and is truly a must-see destination. Website Launch In December 2020, LPRCA launched a new website to better serve our partners and communities. LPRCA staff spent the year refining content to create a clean and modern site that presents information that is accurate and easy to navigate. The new site is fully compliant with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), ensuring that all visitors to the site can access content in a format that suits their needs. Mobile usability was also a key requirement, with up to 72% of visitors accessing lprca.on.ca from mobile devices. Now the site scales dynamically to the size of the screen being used. Additional enhancements and features were also added to improve user experience, including a search bar, interactive mapping tools that show what areas of the Long Point Region Watershed are regulated under the Conservation Authorities Act and near-real-time data charts that showcase the information LPRCA’s gauges collect. Further website enhancements will be made in 2021, with features like online donation processing and flood status email alerts coming soon. 122 Virtual Memorial Forest Service To protect the health and safety of LPRCA staff and our communities, the annual Memorial Forest Dedication Service was held virtually in 2020. A service was filmed, featuring LPRCA Chair Michael Columbus, Lay Worship Leader Phyllis Buchner and musicians Brenda Atkinson, Joe Rohrer and Jody Dedrick. The video premiered on YouTube on September 20, 2020. With support from Backus park staff, the recorded service was also featured footage of the memorial trees being planted. Strict COVID-19 protocols were followed to safely produce the virtual event, allowing friends and family from around the world to reflect on and cherish memories of their loved ones who have passed. Land Donations Land donations to LPRCA benefit the watershed by preserving important natural areas. In 2020, LPRCA was fortunate to receive a land donation from Sharon Clarmo, Lynda Allman, Cathy Gage and Dianne Lang in memory of their parents Robert and Lucy Gage, and their brother Bill. The 50-acre property, now the Gage Tract, was the dowry of Roxa Beemer when she married William Gage in 1892. It has been passed down through the family since, now being donated to LPRCA by Roxa and William’s great-granddaughters. In Memoriam - Craig Ashbaugh It is with sadness that Long Point Region Conservation Authority notes the passing of Craig Ashbaugh in November 2020. Craig was the Vice-Chair of the Long Point Region Conservation Authority Board of Directors from 2001 through 2006, also stepping into the role of Chair from September to December 2006. During his time with LPRCA, Craig was a member of numerous committees, including the Budget Committee, the 2003 Fundraising Committee and the 2005 Safety Committee. Extensively passionate about the health and wellbeing of the environment, Craig was appointed as the inaugural Chair of Lake Erie Source Protection Committee, a position he held from November 2007 through July 2015. It was with his leadership that the Source Protection Committee developed Source Protection Plans for the Catfish Creek, Grand River, Kettle Creek and Long Point Region Source Protection Areas. A lifetime educator and conservationist, Craig will be greatly missed. 123 2020 Financial Highlights 2020 Revenue Municipal Levy - Operating Municipal Levy - Capital Provincial Funding Fees Forestry Sales Donations Gain on Sale of Assets Total $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 1,644,960 434,450 35,229 1,874,019 419,684 325,000 131,446 4,864,788 34% 9% 1% 38% 8% 7% 3% 100% 2020 Expenditures Planning and Watershed Services Backus Heritage Conservation Area Maintenance Operations Services Forestry Services Conservation Parks Corporate Services ALUS Elgin Partnership Total $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 995,119 316,683 515,243 283,889 554,953 1,124,578 229,105 4,019,570 25% 8% 13% 7% 14% 28% 5% 100% Use of 2020 Operating Levy Corporate Services Planning & Watershed Services Backus Heritage Conservation Area Maintenance Operations Services Total $ $ $ $ $ 711,025 466,978 133,912 333,045 1,644,960 43% 29% 8% 20% 100% Share of 2020 Operating Levy Haldimand County Norfolk County Oxford County Brant County Bayham Municipality Malahide Township Total $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 232,601 865,971 349,760 109,970 74,792 11,866 1,644,960 14% 53% 21% 7% 4% 1% 100% 124 2020 Board of Directors Chair Michael Columbus, Norfolk County Vice Chair John Scholten, Township of Norwich Directors Dave Beres, Town of Tillsonburg Robert Chambers, County of Brant Kristal Chopp, Norfolk County Roger Geysens, Norfolk County Ken Hewitt, Haldimand County Tom Masschaele, Norfolk County Stewart Patterson, Haldimand County Ian Rabbitts, Norfolk County Peter Ypma, Township of South West Oxford Valerie Donnell, Municipality of Bayham & Township of Malahide Lee Brown Marsh Management Committee Tom Haskett, Chair Trevor Brown Larry Chanda Michael Columbus John Scholten Barry Smith Backus Museum Committee Betty Chanyi, Chair Dave Beres Roger Geysens Michael Columbus Heather Smith Robert Chambers Julie Stone Dene Elligson Madeline Wilson LPRCA Staff Judy Maxwell, General Manger/Secretary-Treasurer Aaron LeDuc, Manager Corporate Services Ben Hodi, Watershed Services Manager Lorrie Minshall, Project Manager, Watershed Services Helen Bartens, Assistant Curator Bonnie Bravener, Resource Technician Kim Brown, Marsh Manager Jeff Calliauw, Carpenter Matthew Churley, Water Resources Analyst Zachary Cox, Marketing Coordinator Nathan Dunbar, Operations Support Paul Gagnon, Lands & Waters Supervisor Brandon Good, Superintendent of Conservation Areas Carolyn Jacques, Accounting & Administration Supervisor Jumanah Khan, ALUS Elgin Coordinator Leigh-Anne Mauthe, Supervisor of Planning Services Dana McLachlan, Administrative Assistant Nicole Petker, Outdoor Educator David Proracki, Natural Hazards Technician Chris Reinhart, Forestry Technician Frank Schram, Workshop Supervisor Nicole Sullivan, Reception Debbie Thain, Supervisor of Forestry Ginny Vanlouwe, Accounting Clerk And our many seasonal staff and summer students 125 Long Point Region Watershed 126 Member of the Conservation Ontario Network 4 Elm Street, Tillsonburg, Ontario N4G 0C4 Phone: 519-842-4242 Toll free: 1-888-231-5408 Fax: 519-842-7123 Email: conservation@lprca.on.ca www.lprca.on.ca @lpr_ca @LongPointConservation @longpointca THANK YOU TO OUR MUNICIPAL PARTNERS Municipality of Bayham / County of Brant / Haldimand County / Town of Tillsonburg Township of Malahide / Norfolk County / Township of Norwich / Township of South West Oxford 127 128 MUNICIPALITY OF CENTRAL ELGIN NOTICE OF PASSING CONCERNING PROPOSED ZONING BY-LAW AMENDMENT 45939 John Wise Line TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the Corporation of the Municipality of Central Elgin passed By-law No. 2572 on the 8th day of March, 2021 pursuant to Section 34(18) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990 as amended. The subject lands, which are located on the south side of John Wise Line, have approximately 258 metres of combined frontage on John Wise Line and are approximately 20.1 hectares 49.67 acres) in lot area. The lands that have been deemed surplus to the farming operation have 72 metres of frontage on to John Wise Line and have an area of 0.72 hectares. The lands proposed to remain and be restricted to agricultural use have 186 metres of frontage on John Wise Line and have an area of 19.38 hectares (see Key Map). Municipally known as 45939 John Wise Line, they may be legally described as being Concession 5, North Part of Lot 20, geographic Township of Yarmouth, now Municipality of Central Elgin. The purpose of the application is to rezone the subject lands to satisfy a condition required by the Municipality and the County of Elgin Land Division Committee. The effect of the application is that the retained lands are restricted to farm and accessory uses and would be prohibited from constructing a dwelling. The severed lands would be restricted to a rural residential use home occupations and accessory uses. This is a general requirement for any residence surplus to a farming operation consent application within a prime agricultural area. In coming to its decision, Council considered the planning report prepared by staff. There were no written submissions, and nobody appeared at the public meeting to speak to this matter. AND TAKE NOTICE that any person or public body may appeal to the Local Planning Appeals Tribunal with respect to the By-law by filing with the Clerk of the Corporation of the Municipality of Central Elgin, not later than the 2nd day of April, 2021 a notice of appeal, setting out the reasons for the appeal, and must be accompanied by the fee required by the Tribunal. Only individuals, corporations and public bodies may appeal a by-law to the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal. A notice of appeal may not be filed by an unincorporated association or group. However, a notice of appeal may be filed in the name of an individual who is a member of the association or group on its behalf. No person or public body shall be added as a party to the hearing of the appeal unless, before the by-law was passed, the person or public body made oral submissions at a public meeting or written submission to the council or, in the opinion of the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal, there are reasonable grounds to add the person or public body as a party. The complete By-law is available for inspection daily, from Monday to Friday, during regular office hours, at the Clerk's Office. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION relating to the proposed Zoning By-law Amendment is available for inspection daily, Monday to Friday, 9:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. at the Municipal Offices and at the Central Elgin Planning Office, 9 Mondamin Street, St. Thomas. DATED at the Municipality of Central Elgin, this 131 day of March, 2021. Key Map (not to scale): Dianne Wilson, Deputy Clerk Municipality of Central Elgin 450 Sunset Drive, 1 st Floor St. Thomas, Ontario N5R 5V1 519) 631-4860, Ext. 286 Council Agenda File: C.A.O./Clerk Name: Dir. of Finance Subject: Dir, Physical Serv. Dir. Com/Corp. Serv. Date Received: Dir. Fire/Emerg Serv. Other 129 NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING FOR A MINOR VARIANCE Ted and Alex Lyons 205 Prospect Street, former Village of Port Stanley Application No. COA 05 -21 TAKE NOTICE that an application has been made by the owners Ted & Alex Lyons, for a minor variance pursuant to Section 45 of the Planning Act, c. P.13, R.S.O. 1990, as amended, on lands known municipally as 205 Prospect Street former Village of Port Stanley, Municipality of Central Elgin. The Committee of Adjustment of the Municipality of Central Elgin will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, March 22nd, 2021 at 5:45 p.m. The meeting will be conducted by Zoom Webinar and detailed information including instructions to the joint the Zoom meeting can be found at: https://www.centralelgin.oLglen/business-development/current-planning_ applications.aspx The subject lands are within the Residential Zone 1 (R1) of the Village of Port Stanley Zoning By-law No. 1507, as amended. The applicants, being the owners of the subject lands, have applied for a minor variance from the provisions of the Village of Port Stanley Zoning By -Law No. 1507, as amended. The applicants are requesting the following minor variance: i) To permit the expansion of a legal non -complying use through the construction of a parking structure on the subject lands Oft from the front lot line, whereas Subsection 9.2.1.7.1(b) of Zoning By-law requires buildings and structures to be setback a minimum of 25ft from the front lot line in residential subdivisions. The applicants are proposing to construct a parking structure on the subject lands for the purpose of providing one 1 Oft x 20ft off-street parking space on the subject lands, as shown on the site plan prepared by MTE, dated February 2021, and accompanying the subject application. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION regarding this application may be accessed on the Municipality's website: https://www.centraleigin.org/en/business-develor)ment/current-planning- applications.aspx or by contacting the undersigned. A copy of the decision of the Committee will be sent to the applicant and to each person who provides written confirmation to the Secretary -Treasurer that they wish a copy of the Notice of Decision. DATED at the Municipality of Central Elgin this 12th day of March 2021. Council Agenda File: Dianne Wilson C.A.O./Clerk Name: Secretary -Treasurer Dir. of Finance subject: entral Elgin Committee of Adjustment Dir. Physical Serv. Municipality of Central Elgin Dir. Com/Corp. Serv. Date Received: 450 Sunset Drive, 1st Floor Dir. Fire/Emerg Serv. St. Thomas, Ontario N5R 5V1 Other TPIP hpone7(519) 6 1-4860 ext. 286 E-mail: dwilson@centralelgin.org 130 NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING FOR A MINOR VARIANCE 178 Kettle Creek Drive, former Village of Belmont Application No. COA 04-21 TAKE NOTICE that an application has been made by the owners Craigholme Estates, for a minor variance pursuant to Section 45 of the Planning Act, c. P.13, R.S.O. 1990, as amended, on lands known municipally as 178 Kettle Creek Drive, former Village of Belmont, Municipality of Central Elgin. The Committee of Adjustment of the Municipality of Central Elgin will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, March 22nd, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. The meeting will be conducted by Zoom webinar and detailed information including instructions to join the Zoom meeting can be found at: https:llwww.centralelgin.org/en/business- development/current-planning-applications.aspx The subject lands are within the Single Residential R1 Zone (R1) of the Village of Belmont Zoning By-law No. 91- 21, as amended. The applicant, being the owner of the subject lands, have applied for a minor variance from the provisions of the Village of Belmont Zoning By -Law No. 91-21, as amended. The applicant is requesting the following minor variance(s): i) To permit a covered or uncovered, unenclosed deck to project a maximum of 6m into the required rear yard, whereas Subsection 4.14.1(iii) of the Village of Belmont Zoning By-law No. 91-21 provides that a deck may project into a rear yard a distance of not more than 1.5m. ii) To permit a minimum exterior side yard setback of 3.5m, whereas Subsection 5. 2.3(d)(iii) of the Village of Belmont Zoning By-law No. 91-21 requires a minimum width of a side yard abutting a street to be 4.5m. The applicant is proposing to develop the subject lands with a single detached residential dwelling, a minor variance application has been filed for the purpose of increasing the allowable rear yard encroachment for a deck and reducing the minimum exterior side yard setback requirement. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION regarding this application may be accessed on the Municipality's website: https://www.centralelgin.o[g/entbusiness-development/current- plannina-applications.aspx or by contacting the undersigned. A `copy of the decision of the Committee will be sent to the applicant and to each person who appeared in person or by counsel at the hearing and who filed with the Secretary - Treasurer a written request for Notice of Decision. DATED at the Municipality of Central Elgin this 111 day of March 2021. Counci,. Agenda File: 1,CIIL C.A.O./Clerk Name: Dir. of Finance Subject: Dir. Physical Serv. Dir. ComlCorp. Serv. Date Received: Tel Dir. Fire/Emerg Serv. O'her e Dianne Wilson Secretary -Treasurer al Elgin Committee of Adjustment Municipality of Central Elgin 450 Sunset Drive, 1st Floor it. Thomas, Ontario N5R 5V1 phone: (519) 631-4860 ext. 286 nail: dwilson@centralelgin.org 131 NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING FOR A MINOR VARIANCE 126 Ramona Lane, former Village of Belmont Application No. COA 03-21 TAKE NOTICE that an application has been made by the owners Craigholme Estates, for a minor variance pursuant to Section 45 of the Planning Act, c. P.13, R.S.O. 1990, as amended, on lands known municipally as 126 Ramona Lane, former Village of Belmont,. Municipality of Central Elgin. The Committee of Adjustment of the Municipality of Central Elgin will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, March 22nd, 2021 at 6:15 p.m. The meeting will be conducted by Zoom webinar and detailed information including instructions to join the Zoom meeting can be found at: hftps:gI mm.centralelgin.org/enibusiness- development/current-planning-applications.aspx The subject lands are within the Single Residential R1 Zone (R1) of the Village of Belmont Zoning .By-law No. 91-21, as amended. The applicant, being the owner of the subject lands, have applied for a minor variance from the provisions of the Village of Belmont Zoning By -Law No. 91-21, as amended. The applicant is requesting the following minor variance(s): i) To permit a covered or uncovered, unenclosed deck to project a maximum of 6m into the required rear yard, whereas Subsection 4.14.1(iii) of the Village of Belmont Zoning By-law No. 91- 21 provides that a deck may project into a rear yard a distance of not more than 1.5m. ii) To permit a minimum exterior side yard setback of 3.5m, whereas Subsection 5.2.3(d)(iii) of the Village of Belmont Zoning By-law No. 91-21 requires a minimum width of a side yard abutting a street to be 4.5m. The applicant is proposing to develop the subject lands with a single detached residential dwelling, a minor variance application has been filed for the purpose of increasing the allowable rear yard encroachment for a deck and reducing the minimum exterior side yard setback requirement. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION regarding this application may be accessed on the Municipality's website: https•//www centralelgin.ora/en/business-development/current- planning-applications.aspx or by contacting the undersigned. A copy of the decision of the Committee will be sent to the applicant and to each person who appeared in person or by counsel at the hearing and who filed with the Secretary - Treasurer a written request for Notice of Decision. DATED at the Municipality of Central Elgin this 11th day of March 2021. Council Agenda C.A.O./Clerk Dir. of Finance q Dir. Phvsical Serv. Dir. Cam/Corp. Serv. Dir. Fire/Emerg Serv. Other File: Name: - Subject: Date Received: Dianne Wilson Secretary -Treasurer Central Elgin Committee of Adjustment Municipality of Central Elgin 450 Sunset Drive, 1 st Floor t. Thomas, Ontario N5R 5V1 Telephone: (519) 631-4860 ext. 286 e-mail: dwilson@centralelgin.org 132 NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING FOR A MINOR VARIANCE 43075 & 43105 Roberts Line, former Township of Yarmouth Application No. COA 06-21 TAKE NOTICE that an application has been made by the owners, Valerie Barendregt, for a minor variance/permission pursuant to Section 45 of the Planning Act, c. P.13, R.S.O. 1990, as amended, on lands known municipally as 43075 & 43106 Roberts Line former Township of Yarmouth, Municipality of Central Elgin. The Committee of Adjustment of the Municipality of Central Elgin will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, March 22nd, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. The meeting will be conducted by Zoom Webinar and detailed information including instructions to join the Zoom meeting can be found at: https://www.centraleigin.org/en/business- d_ev_elopment/current-planning-applications.aspx The subject lands are located within the Open Space Zone 1 (OS1) of the Township of Yarmouth Zoning By -Law 1998, as amended. The applicant has applied for a minor variance from the provisions of the Township of Yarmouth Zoning By -Law No. 1998, as amended. The applicant is requesting the following minor variance: i) To permit the reconstruction of one of the two existing legal non -complying farm dwellings located on the subject lands, whereas Subsection 8.2.1.2 (a) of the Zoning By-law only permits one farm dwelling on a lot. The applicant is requesting a minor variance to reconstruct the existing legal non- complying farm dwelling located on the subject lands, municipally know as 43105 Robert Line. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION regarding this application may be accessed on the Municipality's website: hftps://www.centralel-gin.org/entbusiness-development/current: planning -applications. asp or by contacting the undersigned. A copy of the decision of the Committee will be sent to the applicant and to each person who provides written confirmation to the Secretary -Treasurer that they wish a copy of the Notice of Decision. DATED at the Municipality of Central Elgin this 12th day of March 2021. Dianne Wilson Secretary -Treasurer Central Elgin Committee of Adjustment u l Agenda File: 5 Clerk Name: rDir.Finance Subject: e h ysical Serv. e Dir. Corn/Corp. Serv. Date Received: e-r iai Dir. Fire/Emerg Serv. Other nicipality of Central Elgin 0 Sunset Drive, 1st Floor Thomas, Ontario N5R 5V1 one: (519) 631-4860 ext. 286 I: dwilson@centralelgin.org 133 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REMOVE A HOLDING SYMBOL FROM ZONING BY-LAW NO. 1998 OF THE TOWNSHIP OF YARMOUTH Part of Lots 2 & 3, Concession 6 and Part of Lots 1 & 2, Registered Plan 263, Geographic Township of Yarmouth, now the Municipality of Central Elgin TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to Subsection 36(4) of the Planning Act, R.S.O. 1990, as amended, the Council of the Corporation of the Municipality of Central Elgin may pass an amending by-law to remove a holding symbol from Zoning By -Law No. 1998. The earliest date on which Council proposes to meet to consider the amending By-law is the 12th day of April, 2021, commencing at 7:30 P.M. in the Council Chambers of the County Administration Building, located at 450 Sunset Drive, St. Thomas. The proposed amending By-law will apply to lands located within the former Kemsley Subdivision, now Eagle Ridge Phase 1 (File # 34T-CE1702). Legally described as Part of Lots 2 & 3, Concession 6 and Part of Lots 1 & 2, Registered Plan 263, Geographic Township of Yarmouth, now the Municipality of Central Elgin, the subject lands are shown on the Key Map below. The lots affected by this amendment are located within the Residential Zone 1 (hR1-81) of the Township of Yarmouth By-law No. 1998. The holding zone provisions do not permit development to occur until the conditions for the removal of the holding symbol, as set out in Section 9.2.2.81.4 of By-law No. 1998 have been met. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION relating to the proposed removal of the holding symbol from the property described above is available for inspection daily, from Monday to Friday, between 9:OOA.M. and 4:OOP.M. at the Municipal Offices and at the Central Elgin Planning Office, 9 Mondamin Street, St. Thomas. Dated at the Municipality of Central Elgin, this 271 day of March, 2021. Key Map: Dianne Wilson, Deputy. Clerk Municipality of Central Elgin 450 Sunset Drive, 1st Floor St. Thomas, ON N5R 5V1 Tel: (519) 631-4860, Ext. 286 uncil Agenda File: A.O./Clerk Namer. of Finance F Subject: r. Physical Serv. r. Com/Corp. Serv. Date Received: Dir. Fire/Emerg Serv. 0",er 134