CARLING TOWNSHIP – COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA

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					Minutes of a Carling Township Council meeting held Monday, October 20, 2008 at 7:00 p.m.
Present:     Mayor         Mike Konoval
             Councillors   Helen Crawford, Gord Harrison, Hans Muysson
             Staff         Nancy Childerhose, Treasurer/Deputy Clerk;
                           Joe Ryman, PW Superintendent
Absent with regrets:       Steve Crookshank

Prior to the regular meeting Council met as Committee of Adjustment to consider two
Applications for Permission.
1.    A/10/2008. Applicant: John & Agnieszka McDermott. 10 Whip-Poor-Wills Lane.
2.    A/11/2008. Applicant: Robert Luton. 5 Island 37C.

1.    Call to Order
2.    Adoption of Minutes
Crawford/Muysson: That the minutes of the meeting of Council held October 6, 2008 be
adopted as circulated.
302-2008 Resolution Carried.
3.    Declaration of Pecuniary Interest and the General Nature Thereof
4.    Prioritize Agenda
5.    Delegations
6.    By-laws Arising out of Public Meetings held under Section 34 of the Planning Act
7.    Correspondence
7.1    Belvedere Heights. Invitation to semi-annual information meeting.
Harrison/Muysson: That all members of Council be approved to attend the semi-annual
information meeting at Belvedere Heights on Thursday, December 11, 2008.
303-2008. Resolution Carried.
7.2   AMO/LAS. Notice of Town Hall Sessions about key programs and service offerings.
      Resolution.
7.3   Ministry of Culture. Public Library Operating Grant Program 2008-2009.
7.4   Waste Diversion Ontario. Industry’s 2nd contribution to Blue Box Recycling Program for
      2008.
8.    Committee Business & Reports
9.    Staff Business & Reports
9.1   Joe Ryman, Public Works Superintendent. 2008 Capital Expenditure Report.
9.2   Joe Ryman, Public Works Superintendent. Mr. Ryman advised that entering into a
      Municipal Hazardous Waste Management Shared Responsibility Agreement will secure
      funding towards the HHW mobile unit that was brought to Carling in the summer.
9.3     Kevin Hutton, Fire Chief. Purchase of vehicle.
Muysson/Crawford: That the Fire Chief be authorized to obtain quotations for a used vehicle
for the Fire Department.
304-2008. Resolution Carried
9.4    Kevin Hutton, Fire Chief. Portable radio purchases.
Muysson/Harrison: That the Fire Chief be authorized to purchase 12 new Kenwood Digital
Display/Man Down Model radios and four mike extensions for the Fire Department for a total
cost of approximately $8,800.
305-2008. Resolution Carried
10.    Unfinished Business
10.1 Re-establishment of Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Harrison/Muysson: That the Township of Carling approve a joint offer to the Ontario Society
for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals towards their annual operating expenses for the
provision of poundkeeper services in the amount of $66,869., and that this amount be shared
by the six area municipalities with Carling’s share being approximately $1,897.;
And that the Society be informed that the municipalities will attempt to find appropriate
municipal property that can be used by the Society at no cost for the development of a new
facility.
306-2008. Resolution Carried
10.2   Resolution to refer correspondence from TELUS Communications Company to 9-1-1
       Advisory Committee.
Crawford/Muysson: That whereas Telus Communications Company has requested the
Township of Carling to enter into a standard Agreement for the Provision of E9-1-1 Emergency
Calling Service in the Province of Ontario;
And whereas the Township of Carling is a participating party on the 911 Joint Committee to
provide for the joint management and operation of a municipal emergency system;
And whereas other municipalities in the area are receiving similar requests;
Therefore be it resolved that this request and agreement be forwarded to the 911 Advisory
Committee for comment and recommendation.
307-2008 Resolution Carried
11.    New Business
11.1    Belvedere Heights Home for the Aged. Updated Credit Agreement including Line of
        Credit for Life Lease Project.
Harrison/Muysson: That whereas the Corporation of the Township of Carling has business
relations with Belvedere Heights Home for the Aged for the District of Parry Sound West, and it
is expedient and in the interests of this Corporation to guarantee the present and future
indebtedness and liability of the said Belvedere Heights Home for the Aged for the District of
Parry Sound West to Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (“CIBC”);
Therefore be it resolved that:
    1.     The Corporation guarantee payment to CIBC on demand of all the liabilities of
           Belvedere Heights Home for the Aged for the District of Parry Sound West to CIBC
           within the limitation of $200,000., and that the Corporation postpone all debts and
           claims held by it against the said Belvedere Heights Home for the Aged for the
           District of Parry Sound West in favour of the debts and claims of CIBC against the
           said Belvedere Heights Home for the Aged in the District of Parry Sound West in the
           manner and upon the terms set forth in CIBC’s form of guarantee and postponement
           of claim known as Form 81, a specimen of which is attached to this resolution;
    2.     The Mayor and Clerk are hereby authorized for, and on behalf of the Corporation to
           execute and deliver to CIBC a guarantee and postponement of claim substantially in
         the form of the above-mentioned specimen form subject to such modifications as the
         Mayor and Clerk may approve, such approval to be conclusively evidenced by their
         execution of the said documents;
   3.    The Mayor and Clerk are hereby authorized for, and on behalf of the Corporation to
         execute and deliver all other documents and instructions and to do all acts and
         things as may be requisite to give full effect to this resolution.
308-2008. Resolution Carried.
11.2   By-laws
11.3   SRA By-law 2008-2/2008. Being a By-law to close and convey part of the original shore
       road allowance in front of Lot 16, Concession D. 7 Sundance Trail. Applicants: John &
       Pamela Owen.
Muysson/Crawford: That By-law 2008-2/2008 be deemed to have been read a first, second
and third time and passed in Council this 20th day of October, 2008. Being a by-law to close
and sell part of the original road allowance in front of Lot 16, Concession D, Township of
Carling (Owen).
309-2008. Resolution Carried.
11.4   SRA By-law 2008-4A/2008. Being a By-law to close and convey part of the original
       shore road allowance in front of Lot 10, Concession C. 15 Maury’s Run. Applicants:
       Ross & Susan Andrews.
Muysson/Harrison: That By-law 2008-4A/2008 be deemed to have been read a first, second
and third time and passed in Council this 20th day of October, 2008. Being a by-law to close
and sell part of the original road allowance in front of Lot 10, Concession C, Township of
Carling (Andrews).
310-2008. Resolution Carried.
11.5   SRA By-law 2008-4B/2008. Being a By-law to close and convey part of the original
       shore road allowance in front of Lot 10, Concession C. 13 Maury’s Run. Applicants:
       Nicholas & Carolyn Eyles.
Harrison/Muysson: That By-law 2008-4B/2008 be deemed to have been read a first, second
and third time and passed in Council this 20th day of October, 2008. Being a by-law to close
and sell part of the original road allowance in front of Lot 10, Concession C, Township of
Carling (Eyles).
311-2008. Resolution Carried
11.6   By-law 29-2008. To authorize the borrowing of money to meet expenditures made in
       connection with the Belvedere Heights Life Lease Project.
Muysson/Harrison. That By-law No. 2008-29 be deemed to have been read a first and second
time this 20th day of October 2008. Being a by-law to authorize the borrowing of money to
meet expenditures made in connection with the Belvedere Heights Life Lease Project.
312-2008. Resolution Carried
Crawford/Harrison: That By-law 2008-29 be deemed to have been read a third and final time
and passed in Council this 20th day of October, 2008.
313-2008. Resolution Carried
11.7   By-law 30-2008. To authorize the execution of the Municipal Hazardous or Special
       Waste Management Shared Responsibility Agreement.
Harrison/Muysson. That By-law No. 2008-30 be deemed to have been read a first and second
time this 20th day of October 2008. Being a by-law to authorize the Mayor and Clerk to
execute the Municipal Hazardous or Special Waste Management Shared Responsibility
Agreement with Stewardship Ontario.
314-2008 Resolution Carried
Muysson/Harrison: That By-law 2008-30 be deemed to have been read a third and final time
and passed in Council this 20th day of October 2008.
315-2008. Resolution Carried.
12.    Accounts Payable
Harrison/Crawford. That General Accounts as per Schedule “A” to this resolution be approved
for payment in the amount of $165,482.89.
316-2008. Resolution Carried.
13.    Late Business
14.     Closed Session
15.     Confirmatory By-law – To Confirm the Proceedings of Council
Harrison/Muysson: That By-law 2008/10/20 be deemed to have been read a first, second and
third time and passed in Council this 20th day of October, 2008. Being a By-law to confirm the
proceedings of the meeting of Council.
 317-2008 Resolution Carried
16.     Adjournment
Crawford/Harrison: That this Meeting of Council do now adjourn at 7:50 p.m.
318-2008 Resolution Carried




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