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«The Works Committee met on Tuesday, November 8, 2005, commencing at 9:32 a.m. and Wednesday, November 9, 2005, commencing at 9:35 a.m. in Committee ...»

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10.3 2006 Water and Wastewater Rate Increase and Rate Projections for 2007-2015 The Works Committee held a public meeting on November 8 and 9, 2005, in accordance with the Municipal Act, 2001, and notice of the proposed enactment of the draft by-law was posted on the City’s web site for a minimum of twenty-one days The Works Committee considered a report (October 26, 2005) from the Deputy City Manager and Chief Financial Officer and Deputy City Manager Fareed Amin respecting the setting of a rate increase for water and wastewater services operated by Toronto Water, effective January 1, 2006, and to provide rate projections for 2007-2015 to fund the water and wastewater operating and capital expenditures.

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(1) the water rate and the wastewater rate be increased by 9 percent, effective January 1, 2006, for metered and flat rate customers;

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(3) the Deputy City Manager and Chief Financial Officer and the Deputy City Manager responsible for Toronto Water be requested to review the water and wastewater rate structure, consult the major stakeholders, including The Toronto Industry Network, and report to the Works Committee by July 2006; and (4) the appropriate City officials be authorized to take the necessary actions to give effect thereto including introduction of necessary bills.

Al Brezina, Vice-Chair, Marvin Stemeroff, Gartner Lee Limited, and Paul Scrivener, on behalf of The Toronto Industry Network, appeared before the Works Committee, and filed a submission.

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(Budget Advisory Committee; Deputy City Manager and Chief Financial Officer; Fareed Amin, Deputy City Manager; Acting General Manager, Toronto Water; Mr. Al Brezina, Vice-Chair, The Toronto Industry Network;

Mr. Paul Scrivener, TheToronto Industry Network; Mr. Marvin Stemeroff, Gartner Lee Limited; c. John Di Lallo, Manager, Financial Planning, Budget Services, Finance Division – November 9, 2005)

Report 11, Clause 16(c)

The Works Committee decided to consider the item “York Night Time Commercial Recycling and Organics Collection Operations” (Minute 10.4) and the item “Outcome of Meeting With Representatives of the Toronto Civic Employees’ Union, Local 416 – Recycling Collection Operations in Former York and Etobicoke” (Minute 10.5) together.

10.4 York Night Time Commercial Recycling and Organics Collection Operations

The Works Committee considered the following report and communication:

- (June 14, 2005) from the General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services responding to the request of the Works Committee to report on the feasibility and financial implications of utilizing Solid Waste Management Services’ own equipment and labour in those areas of York currently receiving night time commercial recycling and organics collection services that are presently being provided by a private contractor.

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contracted area following expiry of the current contract on June 30, 2007, as part of the plan to “in-source” contracted waste and recycling collection operations in the former York and Etobicoke; and (3) the appropriate City officials be authorized and directed to take the necessary action to give effect thereto.

- Communication (June 28, 2005) from Councillor Suzan Hall, Ward 1, Etobicoke North, requesting that the report from the General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services be referred back for a more detailed staff report to be submitted to the November 16, 2005, (subsequently changed to November 8, 2005)

meeting of the Works Committee, such report to include the following:

- cost comparisons between insourcing and outsourcing;

- City staff hiring implications;

- legal challenges by the private sector;

- that Councillors from Etobicoke and York be consulted; and

- Turtle Island’s performance/resident satisfaction be reported by staff.

The following persons appeared before the Works Committee with respect to the reports “York Night Time Commercial Recycling and Organics Collection Operations” and “Outcome of Meeting With Representatives of the Toronto Civic Employees’ Union, Local 416 - Recycling Collection Operations in Former York and Etobicoke”:

- Rob Cook, Ontario Waste Management Association, and filed a submission;

- Brian Cochrane, President, Toronto Civic Employees’ Union, Local 416;

- Councillor Frank Di Giorgio, Ward 12, York South-Weston;

- Councillor Frances Nunziata, Ward 11, York South-Weston.

The Works Committee postponed consideration of the report (June 14, 2005) from the General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services, with a

request that the Acting General Manager:

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Later in the meeting, Councillor Palacio requested that consideration of the foregoing matter be reopened in order to allow Councillor Suzan Hall, Ward 1, Etobicoke North, the opportunity to address the Works Committee, which was carried.

Councillor Suzan Hall, Ward 1, Etobicoke North, appeared before the Works Committee, and requested that part (a) of the motion by Councillor Giambrone be amended by deleting the words “on the plan to in-source options” and replacing them with the words “on the options for addressing”.





Councillor Giambrone agreed to the request by Councillor Hall to amend part (a) of his motion.

On motion by Councillor Giambrone, the Works Committee postponed consideration of the report (June 14, 2005) from the General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services, with a request that the Acting General

Manager:

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(Acting General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services;

Mr. Brian Cochrane, President, Toronto Civic Employees’ Union, Local 416;

Mr. Rob Cook, Ontario Waste Management Association; Councillor Frank Di Giorgio, Ward 12, York South-Weston; Councillor Frances Nunziata, Ward 11, York South-Weston; Councillor Suzan Hall, Ward 1, Etobicoke North; c. Deputy City Manager, Fareed Amin – November 9, 2005)

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10.5 Outcome of Meeting With Representatives of the Toronto Civic Employees’ Union, Local 416 – Recycling Collection Operations in Former York and Etobicoke

The Works Committee considered the following:

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Emergency Services’ representative and representatives of the Toronto Civic Employees’ Union, Local 416 to develop a plan to “in-source” currently contracted waste and recycling collection operations in the former York and Etobicoke; noting that an agreement was reached that the General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services would report on this matter to the Works Committee no later than its meeting scheduled for November 16, 2005 (subsequently changed to November 8, 2005).

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It is recommended that this report be received for information.

- Report (October 27, 2005) from the Acting General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services respecting a plan to “in-source” currently contracted curbside waste and recycling (recyclables, Green Bin organics, yard waste) collection operations in the former Etobicoke and York, as directed by Council.

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(1) Council decide, prior to March 2006, whether or not to in-source curbside collection operations for any or all of the currently contracted collection areas of former Etobicoke and York, and, if so, which areas;

(2) for the areas, if any, that Council decides in Recommendation (1) to in-source, staff be authorized to utilize the plan as presented in this report as a basis for the establishment of collection operations by City forces; and (3) for any areas that Council decides in Recommendation (1) not to in-source, staff be authorized to prepare and issue a request (or requests) for tenders for contracted curbside collection operations.

The following persons appeared before the Works Committee with respect to the reports “York Night Time Commercial Recycling and Organics Collection Operations” and “Outcome of Meeting With Representatives of the Toronto Civic Employees’ Union, Local 416 - Recycling Collection Operations in Former York and Etobicoke”:

- Rob Cook, Ontario Waste Management Association, and filed a submission;

- Brian Cochrane, President, Toronto Civic Employees’ Union, Local 416

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- Councillor Frances Nunziata, Ward 11, York South-Weston.

The Works Committee postponed consideration of the report dated May 4, 2005, from the General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services and the report dated October 27, 2005, from the Acting General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services, with a request that the Acting General

Manager:

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Later in the meeting, Councillor Palacio requested that consideration of the foregoing matter be reopened in order to allow Councillor Suzan Hall, Ward 1, Etobicoke North, the opportunity to address the Works Committee, which was carried.

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words “on the plan to in-source options” and replacing them with the words “on the options for addressing”.

Councillor Giambrone agreed to the request by Councillor Hall to amend part (a) of his motion.

On motion by Councillor Giambrone, the Works Committee postponed consideration of the report dated May 4, 2005, from the General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services and the report dated October 27, 2005, from the Acting General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services, with a

request that the Acting General Manager:

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10.6 Environment Days Date Selection Discussion Results and Increasing the Number and Hours of Operation of Environment Day Events

The Works Committee considered the following:

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(ii) Communication (September 27, 2005) from the City Clerk advising that the Works Committee on September 14, 2005, deferred consideration of the report (August 29, 2005) from the General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services regarding the Environment Days Date Selection Discussion Results, and tabled the

following motion by Councillor Palacio:

“That the Works Committee recommend increasing the number of Environment Days from 44 to 88 per year (two per Ward) as outlined in the report.” (iii) Briefing Note (October 26, 2005) from the Acting General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services responding to the request of the Committee on October 11, 2005, to provide more detail with respect to the Environment Days date selection process, specifically the use of the Group Wise e-mail system and the capacity to pre-set the transmittal of date selection correspondence.

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(Motion by Councillor Carroll) (B) postponed the following motion by Councillor Palacio until the January 11, 2006, meeting of the Works Committee for consideration with the 2006 Operating Budget for Solid Waste Management

Services:

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(Motion by Councillor Palacio) (C) requested the Acting General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services to submit a Briefing Note for consideration with the 2006 Operating Budget providing a breakdown of the statistics related to Environment Days, i.e., the number of attendees by Ward, the number of green and blue boxes given away, and the tonnage collected.

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(Acting General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services; Works Committee; c. Deputy City Manager, Fareed Amin – November 9, 2005)

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10.7 Results of the 2005 Litter Audit The Works Committee considered a report (October 5, 2005) from the Acting General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services reporting on the results of the 2005 litter audit and comparing the results with the 2002 baseline litter audit in order to measure progress towards the Council directed 50 percent litter reduction goal.

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10.8 Results of the City of Vaughan’s Cash for Trash Initiative The Works Committee considered a report (October 26, 2005) from the Acting General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services responding to the request of Council on July 19, 20, 21 and 26, 2005, to report on the details and results of the City of Vaughan’s Cash for Trash initiative.

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On motion by Councillor Giambrone, the Works Committee received the report from the Acting General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services.

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10.9 Negotiations of Long-Term Mixed Broken Glass Contract Resulting from Stewardship Ontario’s Glass Market Development Fund Request for Proposals for the Provision of Processing Capacity for Mixed Broken Glass

The Works Committee considered the following:

- Report (October 27, 2005) from the Acting General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services and the Treasurer advising of the results of Stewardship Ontario’s Glass Market Development Fund Request for Proposals (RFP) for the Provision of Processing Capacity for Mixed Broken Glass (MBG) and requesting authority to negotiate terms for a long-term contract with the preferred respondent to process mixed broken glass generated from the City of Toronto.

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- Confidential report (October 27, 2005) from the Acting General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services and the Treasurer respecting the negotiations of the long-term Mixed Broken Glass Contract – Glass Market Development Fund Request for Proposals for the provision of processing capacity for mixed broken glass, such report to be considered in camera as the subject matters relates to the security of the property of the Municipality.



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