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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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Recommendations:

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(1) prior approval for the project cost of $10,654,572.40 net of GST, be approved for the CPW002-02 F.J. Horgan Water Treatment Plant Expansion with cash flows of $50,000.00 in 2005, $701,000.00 in 2006, $3,000,000.00 in 2007, $2,500,000.00 in 2008, $2,500,000.00 in 2009, $1,903,572.40 in 2010;

(2) subject to approval of Recommendation (1), authority be granted to award the contract to CH2M HILL Canada Limited, being the lowest cost and the highest overall scoring proponent meeting the requirements, to provide engineering services for preliminary design, detailed design, construction administration, and post construction services for the expansion of the F.J. Horgan Water Treatment Plant in the City of Toronto, at a cost of $11,400,392.52 including all applicable taxes,

charges, and contingency allowances as follows:

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(3) in the event that the 2006 Toronto Water Capital Budget is delayed, the Toronto Water 2005 Capital Budget be amended as follows: the total project costs for account F.J. Horgan Water Treatment Plant Expansion – CPW002-02 – be increased to $10,654,600.00 with cash flows of $50,000.00 in 2005, $701,000.00 in 2006, $3,000,000.00 in 2007, $2,500,000.00 in 2008, $2,500,000.00 in 2009, $1,903,572.40 in 2010;

(4) this report be forwarded to the Policy and Finance Committee for consideration; and (5) the appropriate City officials be authorized and directed to take the necessary action to give effect thereto.

On motion by Councillor Del Grande, the Works Committee:

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(Executive Director, Technical Services; Treasurer; Acting General Manager, Toronto Water; c. Deputy City Manager, Fareed Amin – November 9, 2005)

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- Communication (September 19, 2005) from Tal Vilenski respecting his application for a Drain Grant for his property at 113 Hove Street.

Tal Vilenski appeared before the Works Committee.

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10.22 Drain Grant Appeal – 202 Waverley Road (Ward 32) The Works Committee considered a report (October 24, 2005) from the Acting General Manager, Toronto Water advising of a drain grant appeal by Mr. Moran, property owner of 202 Waverley Road.

Recommendation:

It is recommended that this appeal be denied on the basis that the property owner carried out a partial repair of the sewer service, and not a full replacement as per the provisions of the policy.

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10.23 No-Fault Grant for Sewer Backups (All Wards) The Works Committee considered a report (October 24, 2005) from the Acting General Manager, Toronto Water responding to the request of Council on September 28, 29 and 30, 2005, to report to the Works Committee on the option and associated costs of providing a “no-fault” grant to those who experienced basement flooding during the August 19, 2005, as a result of sewer backups; and indicating that the estimated cost of providing such an option would be from $4.5 million to $9 million.

Recommendation:

It is recommended that this report be received for information.

The Works Committee also considered a communication (November 7, 2005) from Lisa Vieira, on behalf of Salvatore D’Agostino.

The following persons appeared before the Works Committee:

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Motion by Councillor Del Grande (on behalf of Councillor Li Preti):

“That the “No-Fault” Grants Program be reinstated.”

Motion by Councillor Giambrone:

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(Motion by Councillor Altobello) (b) requested the Acting General Manager, Toronto Water to report, during the Toronto Water 2006 Capital and Operating Budget process, on the feasibility and benefits of adding a “No-Fault Sewer Backup Grants Program” charge onto the water rate bill for residential homeowners.

(Motion by Councillor De Baeremaeker) Subsequently the Works Committee, at that portion of its meeting on

November 9, 2005:

(i) during consideration of Toronto Water’s 2006 Capital and Operating Budgets, recommended to the Budget Advisory Committee that the “No-Fault” Grants Program be reinstated; and further that funding for this Program be provided from the general tax revenue; and (Motion by Councillor Giambrone) (ii) requested the Acting General Manager, Toronto Water to report, during the Toronto Water 2006 Capital and Operating Budget process, on the feasibility and benefits of adding a “No-Fault Sewer Backup Grants Program” charge onto the water rate bill for residential homeowners.

10.24 On-Site Water Meter Testing (All Wards) The Works Committee considered a report (October 24, 2005) from the Acting General Manager, Toronto Water responding to the request of the Committee on April 27, 2005, to report on performing in house on-site water meter testing.

Recommendations:

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(1) in the Scarborough Service District, Toronto Water staff continue with the on-site testing and calibration of large water meters; that they be provided appropriate training to meet the specifications of newly standardized practices; and that appropriate equipment be purchased to commence on-site meter testing in January 2006 as outlined in the newly standardized Toronto Water practices manual;





(2) Contracted Services continue to be used in 2006 for the on-site testing and calibration of large meters in Toronto-East York, Etobicoke-York and North York Service Districts;

(3) the General Manager of Toronto Water complete, during 2006, a cost benefit analysis comparing the in-house cost versus contracted out costs and report back with recommendations to the Works Committee as part of the 2007 Water and Wastewater Rate setting process; and

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10.25 Community Program for Stormwater Management – Selection of Application The Works Committee considered a communication (October 25, 2005) from the Community Partnership Sub-Committee of the Works Committee advising that the

Community Partnership Sub-Committee recommended to the Works Committee that:

(i) City Council adopt the recommendations in the Recommendations Section of the report (October 15, 2005) from the Chair, Community Program for Stormwater Management Selection Committee; and (ii) up to $20,000.00 from the balance remaining in the 2005 Community Program for

Stormwater Management be allocated for the following:

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On motion by Councillor De Baeremaeker, the Works Committee recommended that City Council adopt the recommendations of the Community Partnership Sub-Committee of the Works Committee contained in the communication (October 25, 2005) from the Sub-Committee.

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10.26 Request for Investigation into Water Rehabilitation Project on Underhill Drive The Works Committee considered a communication (October 5, 2005) from Councillor Denzil Minnan-Wong, Ward 34, Don Valley East, requesting that the Acting General Manager, Toronto Water, undertake an investigation into the water rehabilitation project on Underhill Drive.

Councillor Denzil Minnan-Wong, Ward 34, Don Valley East, appeared before the Works Committee.

The Chair appointed Councillor Giambrone Acting Chair and vacated the Chair.

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Councillor Carroll resumed the Chair.

10.27 Works and Emergency Services Yard Consolidation Pilot Project – Status of Project and Proposed Changes to the Study Methodology The Works Committee considered a report (October 14, 2005) from the City Manager reporting to the Administration and Works Committees on (what was named in 2001) the Works and Emergency Services Yard Consolidation Pilot Project. This report outlines and recommends a number of amendments to the methodology of the Yard Consolidation Study, recommends amendment of the study name to reflect the new scope, and seeks Council authority for actions and expenditures related to the implementation of the study.

Recommendations:

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(1) the existing study methodology for the WES Yard Consolidation Pilot Project as set out in Administration Committee Report 6, Clause 5, 2001 adopted by Council as amended, be deleted;

(2) the study referred to in Administration Committee Report 6, Clause 5, 2001, be renamed “the Yard Consolidation Study – West District Segment”;

(3) the proposed methodology for the Yard Consolidation Study – West District Segment be endorsed and adopted as described in Appendix C of this report (“Revised Methodology, Phasing, and Timing”);

(4) (i) the Deputy City Manager and Chief Financial Officer be directed to establish a Steering Committee for the Yard Consolidation Study – West District Segment comprised of the Deputy City Managers, Chief Corporate Officer, and Treasurer as members, and the chair of the Working Committee as an exofficio member, the purpose of which will be to provide guidance to the Working Committee; and (ii) the Deputy City Manager and Chief Financial Officer be directed to establish a Working Committee for the Yard Consolidation Study – West District Segment, the purpose of which will be to devise and evaluate the impact of different scenarios for an optimized yard system in the West District; and that the Executive Director, Facilities and Real Estate, or designate, chair the Working Committee;

(5) each City agency, board, commission or division operating a yard facility within the West District appoint one representative (and one alternate) to the Yard Consolidation Study Working Committee;

(6) the Executive Director, Facilities and Real Estate be authorized, if necessary, to

prepare and issue Requests for Proposals for:

(a) the conducting of building condition assessments for City yard properties within the West District to determine the cost of necessary repairs to each facility;

(b) the conducting of environmental site assessments for City yard properties within the West District to determine the cost of potential site remediation for other uses; and

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(7) the Executive Director, Facilities and Real Estate be authorized, if necessary, to investigate the purchase of property (or properties) for the location of a potential yard consolidation site (or sites), should it be determined that such a facility (or facilities) is required, and properties currently owned by the City are inadequate for that purpose;

(8) the Deputy City Manager and Chief Financial Officer report back to the Administration Committee annually on the status of a recommended consolidation option (or options) and implementation measures; and

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On motion by Councillor Giambrone, the Works Committee recommended that City Council adopt the staff recommendations in the Recommendations Section of the report (October 14, 2005) from the City Manager; and further directed that this recommendation be forwarded to City Council for consideration with Report 9, Clause 1 of the Administration Committee.

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10.28 Renewal of Mandate of the Clean Streets Working Group The Works Committee considered a communication (November 2, 2005) from Deputy Mayor Sandra Bussin, Chair, Roundtable on a Beautiful City, advising that the Roundtable on November 1, 2005, requested that the following recommendations with respect to the Renewal of Mandate of the Clean Streets Working Group be forwarded to the Works

Committee for consideration:

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(4) the existing Members of the Clean Streets Working Group, as set out in the report (June 27, 2005) from the General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services, from the public and private sector and City staff be reappointed; and (5) the reporting relationship of the Clean Streets Working Group be amended so that it reports to the Roundtable on a Beautiful City, and that matters be reported to the Works Committee for information.” On motion by Councillor Giambrone, the Works Committee recommended

that:

(i) City Council adopt the recommendations of the Roundtable on a Beautiful City contained in the communication (November 2, 2005) from Deputy Mayor Sandra Bussin, Chair, Roundtable on a Beautiful

City, subject to amending the recommendations to read as follows:

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10.29 Relocation of Traffic Control Signals to the Intersection of O’Connor Drive and Northline Road (Ward 31, Beaches-East York, and Ward 34, Don Valley East) The Works Committee considered a report (October 31, 2005) from the General Manager, Transportation Services responding to a request from Councillor Janet Davis, Ward 31, Beaches-East York, who had consulted with Councillor Denzil Minnan-Wong, Ward 34, Don Valley East, to review the crossing environment for pedestrians and traffic operations in general in the vicinity of O’Connor Drive/Wakunda Place and O’Connor Drive/Northline Road intersections; indicating that the estimated cost of installing traffic control signals at the intersection of O’Connor Drive and Northline Road is $98,000.00, which includes the cost of removing the existing pedestrian traffic signals on O’Connor Drive, south of Wakunda Place; that the current approved signal installations exceed the 2005 budget, and, therefore, the work outlined in the report would be considered in 2006, subject to relative priority and budget availability.

Recommendations:

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