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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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(1) traffic control signals be installed at the intersection of O’Connor Drive and Northline Road, coincident with the removal of the existing pedestrian traffic signals on O’Connor Drive, approximately 45 metres south of Wakunda Place; and (2) the appropriate City officials be requested to take whatever action is necessary to give effect to the foregoing, including the introduction in Council of any Bills that may be required.

The following Members of Council appeared before the Works Committee:

- Councillor Denzil Minnan-Wong, Ward 34, Don Valley East; and

- Councillor Janet Davis, Ward 31, Beaches-East York.

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10.30 Low-Volume Residential Street Paving The Works Committee considered a communication (October 21, 2005) from Councillor Adam Giambrone, Ward 18, Davenport, respecting low-volume residential street paving;

and requesting the General Manager, Transportation Services to prepare a briefing note for Members of the Works Committee that compares the two methods of paving for low-volume residential streets in light of the costs associated over the anticipated life cycle of that street, including the effect of utility cuts in the road, and on the most cost-effective method, taking into account inflation, and the cost of borrowing when the City is faced with limited funds.

On motion by Councillor Giambrone, the Works Committee referred the communication from Councillor Adam Giambrone to the General Manager, Transportation Services for consideration and submission of a Briefing Note to Members of the Works Committee.

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10.31 Improvements to Steeles Avenue West, West of Jane Street The Works Committee considered a communication (November 3, 2005) from Councillor Peter Li Preti, Ward 8, York West, submitting for consideration a motion with respect to the need for improvements to Steeles Avenue West, West of Jane Street, and wherein it

recommends as follows:

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AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the report from the General Manager, Transportation Services include specific discussions regarding the proposed improvements on Steeles Avenue West, west of Jane Street;

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10.32 Chimney Reconstruction and Boiler Rental Services – Humber Treatment Plant (Ward 5, Etobicoke-Lakeshore) The Works Committee considered a report (November 3, 2005) from the Executive Director, Technical Services and the Acting General Manager, Toronto Water requesting authority to award by sole source the Chimney Reconstruction and Boiler Rental Services for Humber Treatment Plant, in accordance with specifications as required by Technical Services.

Recommendations:

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(1) the chimney reconstruction and boiler rental services, Humber Treatment Plant, in the amount of $1,425,965.81, including all applicable charges and taxes, be awarded by sole source to Comstock Canada Ltd.;

(2) this report be forwarded to the Policy and Finance Committee for consideration; and (3) the appropriate City officials be authorized and directed to take the necessary action to give effect thereto.

On motion by Councillor Giambrone, the Works Committee recommended to the Policy and Finance Committee that City Council adopt the staff recommendations in the Recommendations Section of the report (November 3, 2005) from the Executive Director, Technical Services and the Acting General Manager, Toronto Water.

(Policy and Finance Committee; Executive Director, Technical Services;

Acting General Manager, Toronto Water; c. Fareed Amin, Deputy City Manager – November 9, 2005)

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10.33 Contract 05FS-66WP, Tender Call 224-2005 – Ellis Avenue and Colborne Lodge Drive – Stormwater Treatment Facilities (Ward 13, Parkdale-High Park) The Works Committee considered a report (November 3, 2005) from the Executive Director, Technical Services and the Treasurer respecting Contract 05FS-66WP, Tender Call, 224 Ellis Avenue and Colborne Lodge Drive – Stormwater Treatment Facilities.

Recommendations:

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(1) funds in the amount of $3,303,500.00 net of GST be reallocated from the approved 2005 Capital Budget of Toronto Water, Account CWW449-03 SWM Sewer Replacement $500,000.00; CWW449-09 Outfall Rehabilitation $500,000.00;

CWW438-01 SWM Source Control Program $1,003,500.00; CWW401-02 Emery Creek Pond $1,000,000.00; CWW462-02 Pumping Stations Upgrade $300,000.00 to Account CWW441-01 End of Pipe;

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(3) subject to approval of Recommendation (1), authority be granted to increase the purchase order for professional services with MacViro Consultants Inc. for the provision of general office administration and site supervision services during construction by an additional amount of $89,600.00, inclusive of GST, for a revised total of $194,805.00, inclusive of GST;

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





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(Policy and Finance Committee; Executive Director, Technical Services;

Treasurer; c. Fareed Amin, Deputy City Manager – November 9, 2005)

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10.34 Legal Proceedings to Recover Damages – Failure of the Tipping Floor Slab at the Commissioners Street Transfer Station The Works Committee considered a confidential report (November 1, 2005) from the City Solicitor, Executive Director, Technical Services and the Acting General Manager, Solid Waste Management Services respecting legal proceedings to recover damages with respect to the failure of the Tipping Floor Slab at the Commissioners Street Transfer Station; and that discussions on this matter be held in camera in that the subject matter relates to litigation or potential litigation.

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10.35 Infrastructure Projects – Design Review 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 Infrastructure Projects – Design Review be forwarded to the Planning and Transportation

Committee and the Works Committee for consideration:

(1) that a Design Review Panel composed of design professionals be established by the City to review all major City and TTC infrastructure projects, including Environmental Assessment programs;

(2) that this panel be consulted at the inception of projects to ensure that adequate design consideration and budget is given with respect to urban design considerations within the development and design of the plan or terms of reference;

(3) that projects be reviewed through their development and the Design Review Panel make recommendations to City Council on the urban design and landscaping aspects of a project including budgetary needs for implementation;

(4) that the development of designs or terms of reference for major projects be led by a multi-disciplinary staff steering group;

(5) that the Chief Planner be requested to report to the Planning and Transportation Committee on the appropriate percentage of the budget to be assigned to each reconstruction project for landscaping; and (6) that the Deputy City Manager report to the Policy and Finance Committee on the implementation of these processes at its meeting on November 22, 2005.

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(Chief Planner and Executive Director, City Planning; Deputy City Manager Fareed Amin; Deputy City Mayor Sandra Bussin, Chair, Roundtable on a Beautiful City – November 9, 2005)

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10.36 Contract 06TE-301WS Tender Call 235-2005 - Installation of New Sewer and Water Service Connections in Toronto-East York District During 2006 and 2007 (Wards 14, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 and 32) The Works Committee considered a report (November 3, 2005) from the Acting General Manager, Toronto Water and the Treasurer respecting Contract 06TE-301WS, Tender Call 235-2005 for the installation of new sewer and water service connections in Toronto-East York district during 2006 and 2007.

Recommendations:

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(1) the Tender submitted by the lowest bidder meeting specifications, Rabcon Contractors Ltd., in the estimated amount of $3,478,055.33 including all charges and applicable taxes for the supply of all labour, materials, equipment and supervision for the installation of new sewer and water service connections in Toronto-East York District, be accepted for the period of January 1, 2006 to December 31, 2006;

(2) the option to renew for one (1) additional one (1) year period, in the estimated amount of $3,543,336.44 under the same terms, conditions, and pricing be reviewed by Toronto Water in co-operation with the Purchasing and Materials Management, provided the supply and delivery were performed at a satisfactory level, to ensure it is feasible to extend the tender and that funds are available in the Toronto Water operating budget for the renewal period;

(3) provided that there is a favourable review, in accordance with Recommendation (2), the General Manager, Toronto Water be delegated the authority to exercise the option on the terms and conditions set out above and be authorized to instruct the Purchasing Agent to process the necessary Purchase order;

(4) in the event that the 2006 Toronto Water Operating Budget is delayed, funding in the amount of $3,478,055.33 be prior approved for the Toronto Water Operating Budget in accounts PW3003 in the amount of $1,140,802.15; WW3003 in the amount of $1,773,808.22 and WW3016 in the amount of $563,444.96;

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(Policy and Finance Committee; Acting General Manager, Toronto Water;

Treasurer; c. Fareed Amin, Deputy City Manager – November 9, 2005)

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10.37 Contract 06EY-302WS, Tender Call 236-2005 - Installation of New Sewer and Water Service Connections in Etobicoke-York District During 2006-2007 (Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 11, 12, 13 and 17) The Works Committee considered a report (November 3, 2005) from the Acting General Manager, Toronto Water and the Treasurer respecting Contract 06EY-302WS, Tender Call 236-2005 for the installation of new sewer and water service connections in Etobicoke-York district during 2006 and 2007.

Recommendations:

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(1) the Tender submitted by the lowest bidder meeting specifications, Utility Force Inc., in the estimated amount of $2,628,765.30 including all charges and applicable taxes for the supply of all labour, materials, equipment and supervision for the installation of new sewer and water service connections in Etobicoke-York District, be accepted for the period of January 1, 2006 to December 31, 2006;

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(3) provided that there is a favourable review, in accordance with Recommendation (2), the General Manager, Toronto Water be delegated the authority to exercise the option on the terms and conditions set out above and be authorized to instruct the Purchasing Agent to process the necessary Purchase order;

(4) in the event that the 2006 Toronto Water Operating Budget is delayed, funding in the amount of $2,628,765.30 be prior approved for the Toronto Water Operating Budget in accounts PW3003 in the amount of $862,235.02; WW3003 in the amount of $1,340,670.30 and WW3016 in the amount of $425,859.98;

(5) this report be forwarded to the Policy and Finance Committee for consideration; and (Policy and Finance Committee; Acting General Manager, Toronto Water;

Treasurer; c. Fareed Amin, Deputy City Manager – November 9, 2005)

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10.38 Contract 06NY-303WS, Tender Call 237-2005 - Installation of New Sewer and Water Services Connections in North York District During 2006 and 2007 (Wards 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 23, 24, 25, 26, 33 and 34) The Works Committee considered a report (November 3, 2005) from the Acting General Manager, Toronto Water and the Treasurer respecting Contract 06NY-303WS, Tender Call 237-2005, installation of new sewer and water service connections in North York District during 2006 and 2007.

Recommendations:

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(2) the option to renew for one (1) additional one (1) year period, in the estimated amount of $4,965,313.66 under the same terms, conditions, and pricing be reviewed by Toronto Water in co-operation with the Purchasing and Materials Management, provided the supply and delivery were performed at a satisfactory level, to ensure it is feasible to extend the tender and that funds are available in the Toronto Water operating budget for the renewal period;

(3) provided that there is a favourable review, in accordance with Recommendation (2), the General Manager, Toronto Water be delegated the authority to exercise the option on the terms and conditions set out above and be authorized to instruct the Purchasing Agent to process the necessary Purchase order;

(4) in the event that the 2006 Toronto Water Operating Budget is delayed, funding in the amount of $4,875,297.71 be prior approved for the Toronto Water Operating Budget in accounts PW3003 in the amount of $1,599,097.65; WW3003 in the amount of $2,486,401.83 and WW3016 in the amount of $789,798.23;

(5) this report be forwarded to the Policy and Finance Committee for consideration; and (Policy and Finance Committee; Acting General Manager, Toronto Water;

Treasurer; c. Fareed Amin, Deputy City Manager – November 9, 2005)

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The Works Committee considered a report (November 3, 2005) from the Acting General Manager, Toronto Water and the Treasurer respecting Contract 06SC-304WS, Tender Call 238-2005 for the installation of new sewer and water service connections in Scarborough District during 2006 and 2007.

Recommendations:



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