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Council Meeting
35 Alice Street, Brighton ON KOK 1H0
Meeting Date: March 21, 2016
Location: Council Chambers
Time: 6:30 PM
Council Agenda
Page
1.
Call to Order
2.
Approval of Agenda
2.1.
March 21, 2016 Council agenda
That Council approves the agenda for the
March 21, 2016 Council agenda, as presented.
3.
Declarations of Pecuniary Interests and the General Nature
Thereof
4.
Announcements
5.
Adoption of Minutes
5.1.
Council minutes, March 7, 2016
That Council approves the Council minutes of
the March 7, 2016 Council meeting as
presented.
5.2.
Council minutes Closed Session, March 7, 2016
That Council approves the Council minutes
Closed Session of the March 7, 2016 Council
meeting as presented.
6.
Statutory Public Meeting
7.
Delegations
10 - 19
Page
7.1.
Emily Rowley regarding the Municipal Purchasing By-law
That Council receives the information from
Emily Rowley regarding the Municipal
Purchasing By-law.
8.
Citizen Comments
8.1.
9.
Citizen Comments, March 21, 2016
Staff Reports
9.1.
2015 Wastewater Pollution Control Plant Annual Report from Jeff
Graham, GSS Engineering
20 - 41
That Council receives the 2015 Wastewater
Pollution Control Plant Annual Report as
information.
9.2.
Timers for Aerators from Jeff Graham, GSS Engineering
42 - 44
That Council approves the report from Jeff
Graham, GSS Engineering regarding the
purchase of timers for aerators at the Brighton
WPCP.
9.3.
Containment at the lagoon in basement from Jeff Graham, GSS
Engineering & Keith Lee, Public Works
45 - 49
That Council approves the report from Jeff
Graham, GSS Engineering & Keith Lee, Public
Works, regarding containment at the lagoon in
the basement, as presented.
9.4.
Verbal updates from Jeff Graham, GSS Engineering
50
That Council receives the verbal updates from
Jeff Graham, GSS Engineering.
9.5.
Monthly Report from the Fire Department from Lloyd Hutchinson,
Fire Chief
51 - 59
That Council receives the Fire Department
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Activity Report for February 2016, as presented.
9.6.
Creation of an Ad Hoc Trails Working Group from Jim Millar,
Director of Parks & Recreation
60 - 61
That Council accepts the recommendations from
the Director of Parks and Recreation to establish
an ad-hoc trails working group to coordinate the
trail development within the urban area. The
composition for this ad-hoc working group to be
made up of the Mayor, and one other member
of Council, the Municipal Planner, Public Works
Project Supervisor, and Director of Parks and
Recreation.
9.7.
January and February 2016 Accounts Payable Report from Linda
Widdifield, Director of Finance & Administrative Services
62 - 87
That Council receives the January and February
2016 Accounts Payable Report, in the amount of
$1,723,137.16, as paid.
9.8.
January and February 2016 Public Works Operations Report from
Linda Widdifield, Director of Finance & Administrative Services
88 - 93
That Council receive the January and February
2016 Public Works Operations Report as
information
9.9.
Council Code of Conduct from Vicki Kimmett, Deputy Clerk
94 - 101
That Council approves the report Council Code
of Conduct and approves the by-law establishing
a Council Code of Conduct.
9.10.
Fuel Tank Recommendation - Emergency Services and Public
Works from Lucas Kelly, Public Works & Development
102 - 104
That Council direct staff to issue a Request for
Quotations for the purchase of a 1500 gallon
above ground diesel tank for clear diesel only,
with a card-lock system for installation at 71
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Chatten Road; and
That Council direct Staff to have the coloured
diesel removed from the existing aboveground
tank at 67 Sharp Road and have the tank
identified for gasoline use; and
That Council direct staff to include a card-lock
system for the Sharp Road fuel tanks in the
Request for Quotations; and
That Council direct staff to transfer the total cost
of the fuel tank and card-lock system from the
Public Works Reserve.
9.11.
Twinning the Watermain on George Street from Alice Street to
the former Town Limits from Lucas Kelly, Public Works &
Development
105 - 106
That Council approve the twinning of the
watermain from the intersection of Alice and
George Street to the former town limits for the
estimated cost of $90,375.50.
9.12.
Critical Path and Timeline for 42 Chapel Street Drainage from
Linda Widdifield, Director of Finance & Administrative Services
107 - 109
That Council receives the Critical Path and
Timeline Report for 42 Chapel Street Drainage
as information.
9.13.
Cormier Correspondence Report from Linda Widdifield, Director of 110 - 113
Finance & Administrative Services
That Council receives the Cormier
Correspondence Report as information
9.14.
Ostwald Correspondence Report from Linda Widdifield, Director
of Finance & Administrative Services
114 - 115
That Council receives the By-Law Enforcement
at Lakeside Landing report as information
10.
Council Direction Follow Up List
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10.1.
11.
For March 21, 2016
116 - 122
Notice of Motions & Motions
11.1.
Notice of Motion from Councillors John Martinello & Roger
McMurray regarding open insurance claims & legal claims report
123
11.2.
Motion from Councillors John Martinello & Roger McMurray
regarding staff seeking legal counsel
124
In the interest of accountability & transparency
& in an effort to reduce the amount of money
Brighton taxpayers pay to lawyers,
Council directs that staff shall not refer any
issue, related to bylaw enforcement at Lakeside
Landing Subdivision, 952849 Ontario Limited, to
legal counsel without the prior & explicit
approval of Council.
11.3.
Motion from Councillors John Martinello & Roger McMurray
regarding legal counsel
125
In the interest of accountability & transparency
Council directs that staff & legal counsel shall
carbon copy all members of Council, on all
correspondence related to bylaw enforcement
at Lakeside Landing Subdivision, 952849
Ontario Limited.
Council further directs that all correspondence
related to bylaw enforcement issues at
Lakeside Landing Subdivision, 952840 Ontario
Limited, shall only be conducted by e-mail.
12.
Unfinished Business
13.
By-Laws
13.1.
Council Code of Conduct By-law
By-law of the Municipality of Brighton being a by-law to establish
a Code of Conduct for members of Council of the Corporation of
the Municipality of Brighton
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That Council gives a By-Law its first, second and
third reading and finally passes this date:
Being a by-law to establish a Code of Conduct for
members of Council of the Corporation of the
Municipality of Brighton
14.
Reports of Advisory Committees of Council
14.1.
1. Committee of the Whole minutes, February 22, 2016
2. Heritage Advisory Committee minutes, February 6, 2016
133 - 138
That Council approves the following Advisory
Committee minutes and the recommendations
contained therein:
1. Committee of the Whole minutes,
February 22, 2016
2. Heritage Advisory Committee minutes,
February 6, 2016
15.
Reports of Statutory Committees, Boards & External Agencies
15.1.
1. Community Care Northumberland minutes, December 10,
2015
2. DBIA minutes, February 24, 2016
That Council receives the reports of the Statutory
Committees, Boards and External Agencies:
1. Community Care Northumberland
minutes, December 10, 2015
2. DBIA minutes, February 24, 2016
16.
Correspondence
16.1.
Correspondence from the Municipality of Bluewater regarding
Physicians in rural areas
139 - 140
That Council approves or receives the
correspondence from the Municipality of
Bluewater regarding physicians in rural areas;
and
if supported,
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Whereas Ontario's growing and aging population
is putting an increasing strain on our publiclyfunded health care system;
And Whereas since February 2015, the Ontario
government has made an almost 7% unilateral
cut to physician services expenditures which
cover all the care doctors provide to patients –
including cuts to programs which are specifically
designed to act as incentives for physicians to
practice in rural areas:
And Whereas the decisions Ontario makes today
will impact patients’ access to quality care in the
years to come and these cuts will threaten
access to the quality, patient-focused care
Ontarians need and expect:
And Whereas Ontario in experiencing a growing
rural population as retirees move to the
countryside;
And Whereas many rural municipalities in
Ontario have formed physician recruitment and
retention committees and strategies to deal with
the reality of physician retirements and
shortages;
And Whereas rural areas in Ontario are already
at a distinct disadvantage in recruiting family
physicians due to a number of factors;
Now Therefore Be It Resolved that the Council
of the Municipality of Brighton hereby requests
that the Minister of Health and Long Term Care
reinstate incentives for physicians to practice in
rural areas of Ontario, and that the minister
return to the table with Ontario’s doctors and
work together through mediation-arbitration to
reach a fair deal that protects the quality,
patient-focused care Ontario families deserve;
And Be It Further Resolved that copies of this
resolution be sent to the Premier of Ontario, the
federal and provincial Ministers of Health, the
Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons, and
all municipalities in Ontario.
16.2.
Correspondence from Community Living Campbellford Brighton
regarding a request to proclaim May as Community Living Month.
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That Council proclaims "May is Community
Living Month" in the Municipality of Brighton.
16.3.
Royal Canadian Legion Ontario Command regarding the Military
Service Recognition Book
142 - 144
That Council approves or receives the
correspondence from the Royal Canadian Legion
Ontario Command; and,
if supported,
Agrees to purchase an ad for
$____________________
16.4.
Make-A-Wish Foundation with a request to purchase an
advertisement
145 - 147
That Council approves or receives the
correspondence from the Make-A-Wish
Foundation with a request for a sponsorship;
and
if supported,
Agree to a sponsorship of
$___________________
16.5.
Correspondence from Jim Kovacs regarding snowplowing in
Presqu'ile Park
148 - 149
That Council receives the correspondence from
Jim Kovacs regarding snowplowing in
Presqu'ile Park as information.
17.
FYI Correspondence
18.
Question Period
19.
In Camera Session
19.1.
1. Ian McArdle regarding staff issues being a subject
regarding labour relations or employee negotiations pursuant
to Section 239(2)(d) of the Municipal Act, 2001, as amended
2. Correspondence received with complaints about staff
being a subject regarding personal matters about an
identifiable individual including municipal or board
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employees, pursuant to Section 239(2)(b) of the Municipal
Act, 2001, as amended
That Council now moves into closed session to
consider:
1. Ian McArdle regarding staff issues
being a subject regarding labour relations
or employee negotiations pursuant to
Section 239(2)(d) of the Municipal Act,
2001, as amended
2. Correspondence received with
complaints about staff being a subject
regarding personal matters about an
identifiable individual including municipal
or board employees, pursuant to Section
239(2)(b) of the Municipal Act, 2001, as
amended
20.
Confirmatory By-Law
20.1.
Confirmatory By-law for March 21, 2016
By-law of the Municipality of Brighton being a bylaw to confirm the proceedings of the Council of
the Municipality of Brighton meeting held on
March 21, 2016.
21.
Adjournment
21.1.
Adjournment of the March 21, 2016 Council meeting
That this meeting of the Municipality of Brighton
Council be adjourned at _____ p.m. Council to
meeting again on Monday, April 4, 2016
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2015 WASTEWATER POLLUTION CONTROL PLANT
ANNUAL REPORT
Environmental Certificate of Approval No 3081-9XQNZK
Sewage Works No. 110000953
March, 2016
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................................1
2.0
WASTEWATER FLOWS ................................................................................................................................ 1
2.1.
Flow Interpretation .......................................................................................................................................2
2.2.
Raw Sewage Quality ....................................................................................................................................3
3.0
WASTEWATER EFFLUENT QUALITY .......................................................................................................3
4.0
CONSTRUCTED WETLAND EFFLUENT QUALITY .................................................................................5
5.0
OVERVIEW OF SUCCESS AND ADEQUACY OF WORKS ......................................................................6
6.0
OPERATING PROBLEMS AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS ........................................................................7
7.0
SUMMARY OF MAINTENANCE .................................................................................................................8
8.0
EFFLUENT QUALITY ASSURANCE AND CONTROL .............................................................................9
9.0
SUMMARY OF CALIBRATION AND MAINTENANCE ON MONITORING EQUIPMENT ..................9
10.0
EFFORTS AND RESULTS TO MEET EFFLUENT LIMITS AND OBJECTIVES ......................................9
10.1. Total Phosphorus (TP) ............................................................................................................................... 10
10.2. Total Suspended Solids (TSS).................................................................................................................... 11
10.3. Ammonium Nitrogen ................................................................................................................................. 11
11.0
BIOSOLIDS MANAGEMENT ..................................................................................................................... 12
12.0
SUMMARY OF COMPLAINTS ................................................................................................................... 12
13.0
SUMMARY OF BY-PASSES, SPILLS AND ABNORMAL DISCHARGES ............................................. 12
14.0
SUMMARY OF CHEMICAL SPILLS .......................................................................................................... 13
15.0
SUMMARY OF 2015 .................................................................................................................................... 13
LIST OF TABLES
TABLE
TABLE
TABLE
TABLE
TABLE
TABLE
TABLE
TABLE
TABLE
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
MONTHLY WASTEWATER FLOWS TO WPCP
MONTHLY RAW INFLUENT TO WPCP
MONTHLY AVERAGE WASTE STABILIZATION POND EFFLUENT QUALITY
MONTHLY AVERAGE WASTE STABILIZATION POND EFFLUENT LOAD
MONTHLY AVERAGE CONSTRUCTED WETLAND EFFLUENT QUALITY
OVERALL EFFICIENCY OF WPCP SEWAGE WORKS SYSTEM
SUMMARY OF OPERATING PROBLEMS AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS
SUMMARY OF MAINTENANCE
DATES OF EQUIPMENT CALIBRATION
LIST OF APPENDICES
APPENDIX A
APPENDIX B
SUMMARY OF STREETS WITH SEWER REPAIRS IN 2015
NOTICE OF MODIFICATIONS - SUBMITTED TO MOECC UNDER LOF PROCESS – 2015
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1.0 INTRODUCTION
The Municipality of Brighton is pleased to present its Annual Performance Report for
wastewater treatment for the operating period of January 1 to December 31, 2015.
Brighton’s Water Pollution Control Plant (WPCP) services a population of approximately
6,462 people or 3,203 homes and businesses, as well as Presqu’ile Provincial Park. The
WPCP is classified as a Class 1 treatment facility that operates under Environmental
Certificate of Approval (ECA) Number 3081-9XQNZK, issued by the Ontario Ministry of
the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) July 7, 2015.
This report has been prepared in accordance with Section 8.5 of the ECA. This ECA
includes Limited Operational Flexibility (LOP) provisions to allow expedited changes to
the treatment operation, subject to final MOECC approval and conditions.
The WPCP is located at 100 County Road 64. Wastewater collected from the serviced
area of the Municipality passes through four treatment components at the WPCP, in the
order listed below:
1)
2)
3)
4)
A 0.7 hectare aerated lagoon (Lagoon #1) with two mechanical surface aerators,
and two air injection aerators installed August 13, 2015.
A chemical mixing chamber where ferric chloride is added. The coagulant used
was changed from alum to ferric chloride on July 15, 2015
A 5.44 hectare waste stabilization pond (Lagoon #2) with three baffles,
A two celled constructed wetland having a total surface area of 6.2 hectares.
The effluent from the constructed wetland is discharged continuously into a natural
wetland that borders Presqu’ile Bay, which is located off the northeast shore of Lake
Ontario.
2.0 WASTEWATER FLOWS
The ECA stipulates that the rated, Average Day Flow capacity of the WPCP is 4,600
m3/day. The average flow for 2015 was 2,804 m3/day, which represents 61% of the
rated flow capacity. The highest average flows occurred in April, 2015. The lowest
average flows occurred in September, 2015.
The maximum daily flow for the year was 7,310 m3 on April 21, 2015. The lowest daily
flow was 1,481 m3 on February 26, 2015. There were no exceedances of the above
average day, rated flow capacity of the WPCP in 2015.
In 2014 and 2015, Sewer Technologies Inc. was retained to CCTV, flush and record issues
in the wastewater collection system. They also compiled a list of recommended, priority
repairs to the sewer system to reduce infiltration. The repairs were subsequently
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completed in January of 2015 and flows did reduce significantly. A summary of streets
where sewer repairs were completed in 2015 is provided in Appendix A.
The above repairs were completed in the western and central areas of Brighton.
Additional sewer repairs were completed in the “Gasport” area of Brighton in January,
2016.
As noted, average flows during 2015 were 2,804 m3/day. This compares to an average
wastewater flow, for the previous 5 years (2010 to 2014) of 3,317 m 3/day. Therefore,
repairs to the sewer system in early 2015 appear to have reduced average day sewage
flows by approximately 500 m3/day. As a result, the Municipality dropped from 75% of
rated capacity in 2014 to 61% of rated capacity in 2015.
Monthly wastewater flows for 2015 are summarized in Table I.
TABLE (I) – MONTHLY WASTEWATER FLOWS TO WPCP
MONTH
TOTAL FLOW (M3)
AVG. FLOW (M3/DAY)
PERCENT OF THE
RATED CAPACITY (%)
January
85,024
2,743
60%
February
53,496
1,911
42%
March
83,679
2,699
59%
April
133,129
4,438
96%
May
82,200
2,652
58%
June
107,879
3,596
78%
July
88,904
2,868
62%
August
80,130
2,585
56%
September
61,595
2,053
45%
October
82,672
2,667
58%
November
85,399
2,847
62%
December
80,370
2,593
56%
Annual
1,024,475
2,804
61%
2.1. Flow Interpretation
The variations in the flow of wastewater received at the WPCP are caused by infiltration
and inflow to the collection system, as a result of local precipitation events, fluctuations
in ground water elevations and snow melt.
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As noted, in January of 2015, work completed by Sewer Technologies Inc. to reduce
infiltration to the sanitary system resulted in an average flow reduction of approximately
500 m3/day.
2.2. Raw Sewage Quality
As per the ECA, raw sewage samples are to be collected and analyzed for select
parameters once per month. These samples were collected monthly at minimum and for
most of the year, raw wastewater samples were collected weekly as part of an intensive
study of the WPCP to better treat ammonia.
Table II as follows summarizes raw wastewater quality for 2015. For all months, samples
results for all samples collected within a month were averaged to determine raw sewage
quality provided in Table II.
TABLE (II) MONTHLY RAW INFLUENT TO WPCP
YEAR
CBOD5
TSS
TOTAL
PHOSPHOROUS
TKN
AMMONIA
NITROGEN
2015
Raw
Sewage
(mg/L)
Raw
Sewage
(mg/L)
Raw Sewage
(mg/L)
Raw Sewage
(mg/L)
Raw Sewage
(mg/L)
January
84.0
74.0
3.13
27.0
18.40
February
97.0
156.0
5.14
47.8
31.07
March
88.8
142.0
3.99
22.3
22.32
April
206.3
606.5
7.84
35.9
15.09
May
148.5
240.5
5.65
52.6
35.93
June
104.4
157.0
3.29
24.9
15.86
July
91.5
181.0
5.21
45.6
38.20
August
153.0
220.0
5.31
38.1
26.90
September
195.6
324.0
6.73
45.9
31.50
October
165.0
267.5
6.06
43.7
29.85
November
139.5
207.5
4.36
33.3
24.23
December
115.2
159.2
4.27
36.8
29.78
Yearly Average
132.4
227.9
5.08
37.8
26.59
3.0 WASTEWATER EFFLUENT QUALITY
Section 5 of the ECA lists monthly average limits for the levels of four parameters in the
effluent from the waste stabilization pond. The parameters are: five day carbonaceous
biochemical oxygen demand (CBOD5), total suspended solids (TSS), total phosphorus
(TP) and ammonia plus ammonium nitrogen (ammonia nitrogen).
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Section 7 of the ECA outlines the frequency that the parameters must be tested and
lists an additional six parameters that must be tested: total Kjeldahl nitrogen, nitrate
nitrogen, nitrite nitrogen, temperature, pH and E. Coli.
In 2015, the effluent quality met the limits for the parameters tested, with the exception
of limits for Ammonia Nitrogen in January, February and March and from June to
September inclusive. The limit for Total Phosphorus was exceeded for the months of
February and March and matched the ECA limit of 1.0 mg/l in July. While suspended
solids levels were higher during some months, the Annual Average Concentration
remained below the TSS limit of 40 mg/l.
Table III as follows summarizes effluent quality from the stabilization pond for 2015. In
addition to the four parameters that have effluent limits, monthly values of E. Coli and
pH are also provided in the following table.
TABLE (III) – MONTHLY AVERAGE WASTE STABILIZATION POND EFFLUENT
QUALITY
PARAMETER
CBOD5
(MG/L)
TSS
(MG/L)
TP
(MG/L)
AMMONIA
NITROGEN (MG/L)
E. COLI
(CFU/100ML)
PH
Effluent Limit
(mg/L)
30
40
1.0
(May-Oct 14 mg/l)
Nov-Apr 17 mg/l)
No Limit
specified
No Limit
January
8.5
19.0
0.87
20.2
11,400
7.6
February
12.3
39.5
1.49
22.1
320
7.4
March
9.0
36.8
1.30
20.1
3800
7.2
April
9.0
16.6
0.51
11.3
40
7.8
May
10
17.0
0.51
13.7
24
8.0
June
9.4
29.6
0.83
17.0
300
8.3
July
6.8
28.5
1.02
15.8
160
8.3
August
10.3
31.0
0.56
17.6
22
8.2
September
7.2
43.2
0.61
16.0
72
8.2
October
3.0
7.8
0.30
13.9
<100
7.9
November
2.8
5.0
0.26
12.8
12
7.9
December
3.8
8.0
0.27
14.9
2,900
7.8
Section 7 of the ECA also lists effluent loading limits for CBOD5, TSS, TP and Ammonia
Nitrogen. The effluent from the waste stabilization pond met the effluent loading limits
for all required parameters for each month in 2015.
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Table IV summarizes effluent loadings for 2015 from the stabilization pond effluent.
TABLE (IV) – MONTHLY AVERAGE WASTE STABILIZATION POND EFFLUENT LOAD
CBOD5
(KG/D)
TSS
(KG/D)
TP
(KG/D)
AMMONIA NITROGEN
(KG/D)
ECA Limit
138
184
4.6
May-Oct 64.4 kg/d
Nov-Apr 78.2 kg/d
January
23.3
52.1
2.4
58.8
February
23.4
75.5
2.8
64.3
March
24.3
99.3
3.4
60.9
April
39.9
73.8
2.3
32.9
May
26.5
45.1
1.3
37.6
June
33.8
106.4
3.0
46.4
July
19.4
81.7
2.9
43.3
August
26.5
80.1
1.4
48.1
September
14.8
88.7
1.3
43.6
October
8.0
20.7
0.8
38.0
November
7.8
14.2
0.7
60.2
December
9.9
20.7
0.7
57.9
4.0 CONSTRUCTED WETLAND EFFLUENT QUALITY
Section 4 of the ECA lists monthly average objectives for the levels of six parameters in
the constructed wetland effluent. There are effluent objectives for six parameters (CBOD,
TSS, TP, Ammonia Nitrogen, E. Coli and pH).
Table V as follows summarizes effluent quality from the constructed wetlands for the
above six parameters for 2015. Section 7 of the ECA outlines the frequency that the
parameters must be tested and lists an additional four parameters that must be tested:
total Kjeldahl nitrogen, nitrate nitrogen, nitrite nitrogen and temperature.
In 2015, the effluent quality met the limits for the parameters tested, with the exceptions
of ammonia nitrogen from January to March, and from June to October, E-coli in January,
March, August and September, and TSS and Total Phosphorous in February and March.
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TABLE (V) – MONTHLY AVERAGE CONSTRUCTED WETLAND EFFLUENT QUALITY
PARAMETER
CBOD5
(MG/L)
TSS
(MG/L)
TP (MG/L)
Effluent Objective
(mg/L)
15 mg/L
15 mg/L
0.8 mg/L
January
6.5
10.5
0.62
February
9.5
32.0
March
11.2
April
AMMONIA
NITROGEN
(MG/L)
May-Oct 10 mg/L
Nov-Apr 15 mg/l
E. COLI
(CFU/100 ML)
PH
200 mg/L
6.09.5
21.3
520
7.6
1.14
22.8
80
7.4
34.4
1.15
19.9
9,600
7.1
13.0
7.3
0.25
11.2
40
7.8
May
5.0
5.5
0.23
4.9
10
8.0
June
4.0
11.2
0.26
11.3
80
8.3
July
3.5
8.3
0.37
12.9
54
8.3
August
7.5
11.5
0.33
14.6
1,700
8.3
September
3.8
10.4
0.47
13.9
72
8.2
October
3.0
5.8
0.23
13.4
84
7.9
November
2.5
4.3
0.22
13.0
12
7.9
December
2.6
4.6
0.10
12.8
2,900
7.9
5.0 OVERVIEW OF SUCCESS AND ADEQUACY OF WORKS
For the most part, the WPCP is successfully treating the effluent for the key effluent
parameters with the exception ammonia nitrogen. As per Table III, there were
exceedances of ammonia nitrogen for seven of the twelve months in 2015. A more
thorough discussion of efforts to improve lagoon performance is provided in later sections
of this report.
Table VI summarizes overall treatment efficiency of the lagoon system, based on effluent
quality from the wetland portion of the treatment works compared to the raw sewage
quality.
TABLE (VI) – OVERALL EFFICIENCY OF WPCP SEWAGE WORKS SYSTEM
DATE
CBOD5 (%)
TSS (%)
TP (%)
AMMONIA
NITROGEN (%)
January
92.3
85.8
80.2
-15.9
February
90.2
79.5
77.9
26.7
March
87.4
75.8
71.1
10.8
April
93.7
98.8
96.8
25.7
May
96.6
97.4
96.0
86.5
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June
96.2
92.9
92.0
29.0
July
95.6
95.4
92.9
66.2
August
95.1
94.8
93.8
45.6
September
98.1
96.8
93.6
56.0
October
98.2
97.9
96.2
55.2
November
98.1
97.8
95.0
46.2
December
98.3
98.3
97.9
69.1
Average
95.0%
92.6%
90.3%
47.0%
6.0 OPERATING PROBLEMS AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS
The following table summarizes main mechanical problems experienced in 2015 and
corrective actions taken.
TABLE (VII) – SUMMARY OF OPERATING PROBLEMS AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS
DATE
PROBLEM
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Magmeter failure at SPS
Under review if needs to be replaced
February GFI alarm
Liftstation
Replace GFI plug
May
GFI plug
Sump pump replaced
June
Phase Meters
Meters rather than lights
October
Liftstation pump #3
Replace pump, motor and volute
August
Ammonia
Installed two additional aerators
September/October
Debris in pumps
Open and remove debris
October
Chemical feed line
connection
Replace and repair
January/February
November
Chemical Pump hosing
Replace and repair lines and grab rings
May, September and
November
Lagoon Aerators, and
Flashmixer
Cleaned off debris- multiple times
December
Chemical pump seized
5 years old Replacing
December
Liftstation transducer
Replace transducer
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Ferric Chloride leaks
SAC and MOECC
contacted.
Coupling at ferric tank failed. Was
replaced and spilled ferric and effected
ground cleaned up. SAC contacted as
was MOECC.
Ferric chloride pump fittings in
basement of control building failed on
two occasions. One spill reportable to
SAC and MOECC as volume >100 l.
Other spill minor. Pump fittings all
subsequently replaced and spilled
material cleaned up.
7.0 SUMMARY OF MAINTENANCE
The following is an abbreviated summary of normal maintenance completed at the
lagoon system and sewage pumping stations.
TABLE (VIII) – SUMMARY OF MAINTENANCE
DATE
Weekly
NAME OF EQUIPMENT
MAINTAINED
pH meter / DO
ACTION
Calibration
Quarterly
Flash mixer/
Aerators/Pumps
Grease/check oil
February yearly maintenance.
Chemical Pump 1&2/
flush quarterly
Flushed and clean, replace
Diaphragms
May and October
Lift station debris
Quinte Sewer clean wetwell
April Yearly
Constructed wetland
Trapping of muskrats
April yearly
OCMIII, MultiRanger,
Siemens Magmeter,
LUT400
Calibration
Spring
Constructed wetland
Water levels lowered
May, September and November
Aerators
Removed debris
Summer
Constructed wetland
Water levels raised
Sept./Oct./Nov.
Facultative lagoon
Lagoon 1
Biosolids removed from to
drying beds
July
Alum system cleaned and
changed to ferric
Flushed
November
Raised wetland levels
Removed and reinstalled weirs
to same level
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November/December
Replaced hoses, grab rings
for chemical pumps
Replaced all hoses and grab
rings
Spring and Fall yearly
Constructed wetland
Trapping of muskrats
8.0 EFFLUENT QUALITY ASSURANCE AND CONTROL
Wastewater exiting the aeration pond passes through a chemical dosing chamber. Ferric
chloride is a coagulant used to precipitate soluble phosphorus. It also aids in the settling
of other substances (TSS) and odour control. The dosing system operates twenty-four
hours a day, seven days a week. The system is checked and logged daily by a wastewater
operator.
Raw wastewater and effluent samples are collected by trained wastewater operators,
following the applicable MOECC guidelines. All collected wastewater samples are sent to
an accredited laboratory for analysis. The results of the water samples are analyzed
weekly by Brighton staff. A result showing non-compliance with the required wastewater
quality stated in the ECA, is reported to the MOECC, as required by the ECA.
9.0 SUMMARY OF CALIBRATION AND MAINTENANCE ON MONITORING
EQUIPMENT
Calibration of key measurement equipment was completed as follows in 2015.
Table (IX) – Dates of Equipment Calibration
DATE OF CALIBRATION
OR MAINTENANCE
EQUIPMENT
CALIBRATED/MAINT.
COMPANY PERFORMING
CALIBRRATION/MAINT.
April 14, 2015 Yearly
Flow monitors/ Mag Meters
Franklin/MeasureMax
December 2015 Yearly
DO meter/ DR2800/
Hach Technician
Weekly
Do/pH meters
In-house
10.0 EFFORTS AND RESULTS TO MEET EFFLUENT LIMITS AND OBJECTIVES
In May of 2015, Brighton retained the engineering and wastewater operations firm of
GSS Engineering Consultants Ltd. (GSS) to assist with operation of the lagoon system.
With the assistance of GSS, the Municipality of Brighton implemented four activities under
the LOF process of the ECA to potentially improve performance of the lagoon treatment
system. A copy of the four (4) Notices associated with each activity are included in
Appendix B. The following summarizes the four activities:
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Under LOF Notice 1, the Muncipality procured two additional floating aerators for
installation in the aerated cell. These units were installed in August, 2015 and
adjusted in September 2015 for better oxygen transfer. Oxygen levels increased
significantly from 1 mg/l or less before the additional aerators to over 6 mg/l.
- Under LOF Notice 2, the coagulant used was changed from alum to ferric chloride
in July, 2015. The main objective of changing the type of coagulant was to improve
phosphorus removal. In addition to improving removal of TP, it was anticipated that
ferric chloride would also provide odour control and enhanced settling of solids in
the inlet area of the stabilization lagoon. Due to the potential for significantly
reduced chemical use, some savings in chemical costs were also anticipated. As per
Section 10.1, significantly improved TP results have been achieved in the last three
months of 2015.
-
Under LOF Notice 3, the Municipality restarted the existing, on site BioDome pilot
unit. This pilot unit features a proprietary, media system to support growth of
attached nitrifying bacteria and includes an aeration system for supplementary
oxygen supply and circulation of pretreated effluent through the media. The
BioDome pilot ran continuously from late May, 2015 to the end of November of
2015. Generally, the unit removed 30% to 60% of the influent ammonia nitrogen.
-
Under LOF Notice 4, the Municipality completed trial addition of Aqua N, a
proprietary nitrifying bacteria supplement at various locations in the lagoon system.
A discussion of effluent quality, and progress in dealing with effluent limits and objectives,
is provided on a parameter basis as follows:
10.1.
Total Phosphorus (TP)
As per Table III, there were two exceedances of the TP limit of 1.0 mg/l in 2015
(February and March). Historically, there have been exceedances of the TP limit.
Typically, these occurred in the cold weather months, but elevated levels of TP have
occurred at other times of the year.
As above, the coagulant was changed from alum to ferric chloride in July, 2015. As per
Table III, levels of TP in the stabilization pond effluent remained similar to previous
values in August and September, 2015 but significantly improved in October, November
and December, 2015. The three month average for October, November and December,
2015 was 0.28 mg/l. This is significantly below historic levels of TP in the stabilization
lagoon effluent which normally ranged from 0.5 to 1.0 mg/l.
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Levels of TP in wetland effluent also improved. The three month average for October,
November and December, 2015 was 0.18 mg/l, well below the effluent objective of 0.8
mg/l.
10.2.
Total Suspended Solids (TSS)
There was no exceedances of the TSS limit (40.0 mg/l) in 2015, based on the annual
average concentration of TSS. However, monthly TSS objectives for wetland effluent were
exceeded during some months.
As noted above, the change from alum to ferric chloride in July, 2015 appears to have
improved TP levels, and also appears to have improved levels of TSS in the stabilization
pond effluent and wetland effluent. The three month, TSS average for October,
November and December, 2015 was 7.0 mg/l for effluent from the stabilization lagoon.
As well, the three month, TSS average for October, November and December, 2015 for
the wetland effluent was 4.9 mg/l, which was well below the objective of 15.0 mg/l.
10.3.
Ammonium Nitrogen
Removal of ammonia nitrogen has been a long standing issue for the Brighton WPCP.
LOF provisions under Notice 1, 3 and 4 were primarily initiated to improve removal of
ammonia nitrogen in the lagoon system.
As well, in October 2014, after fall closure of Presquile Provincial Park, Brighton stopped
receiving trailer dumping wastewater from the Park as a precautionary move to reduce
ammonia nitrogen loadings in the raw sewage and eliminate possible chemicals that
might be present on the trailer wastewater that might interfere with ammonia nitrogen
treatment in the lagoon system. This decision was further confirmed when Brighton
passed a bylaw in February, 2015 to officially end receipt of this wastewater source.
Additional sampling of raw wastewater was also completed. Raw wastewater was
sampled, at minimum, weekly from approximately June, 2015 to December 2015. As well,
the pumped wastewater (from the Harbour St. sewage pumping station) was sampled
separately from the gravity flow component of the sewage flow. The time of day the raw
samples were taken was also varied to some degree to confirm ammonia nitrogen
concentrations at various times.
Supplementary samples of raw sewage were also collected at various locations in the
sewer collection system. Additional samples were collected at night time locations from
select locations to confirm if there were any diurnal variation in ammonia nitrogen
concentrations and other parameters, such as CBOD.
Improved treatment of ammonia nitrogen was achieved for October, November and
December of 2015. During these months, effluent ammonia nitrogen levels were within
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the effluent compliance limits for the stabilization lagoon. As well, for the same months,
ammonia nitrogen levels in the effluent from the wetlands met effluent objectives for
November and December.
Better results for ammonia nitrogen these months is believed to be related to improved
aeration and higher oxygen levels in the aerated cell, which consequently supported a
limited amount of nitrification in the aerated cell and the stabilization lagoon.
For 2016, continual efforts to improve removal of ammonia nitrogen in the treatment
process are anticipated.
Overall, in 2015, investigations completed would indicate there are no inhibitory
substances that would interfere with removal of ammonia nitrogen in the lagoon system.
As well, while extensive sampling indicated that ammonia nitrogen and TKN levels in the
raw sewage appeared to be somewhat higher than usual (when compared to CBOD levels
in the raw sewage), a point source(s) of high loadings of ammonia, if present, was not
located.
The Muncipality plans to purchase a 24 hour composite sewage sampler in 2016. If
purchased, such sampler will be used to complete additional sampling of raw sewage at
various locations in the collection system.
A Sewer Use Bylaw was introduced in February of 2015 to assist in the control of sewage
quality and inflow of rain and groundwater to the sewer system.
11.0 BIOSOLIDS MANAGEMENT
A small amount of sludge was pumped up to the drying bed as a limited test to see if
some sludge management could be done in-house. Less than 1 cubic meter of solids was
collected. No sludge sampling or sludge analysis was completed in 2015.
12.0 SUMMARY OF COMPLAINTS
The Municipality received one odour complaint in 2015. The resident complained about
an odour from a manhole lid, as well as the lift station on Harbour Street at 4 am in the
morning. The complaint was subsequently investigated by Keith Lee and no odours were
detected. No other complaints were received.
13.0 SUMMARY OF BY-PASSES, SPILLS AND ABNORMAL DISCHARGES
There were no sewage by-passes, spills or abnormal discharges during this reporting
period.
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14.0 SUMMARY OF CHEMICAL SPILLS
As reported previously, there were two chemical spills of ferric chloride and one minor
leak of ferric chloride. The first spill occurred just outside of the control building at the
ferric chloride tank in November 2015 and released approximately 1800 litres of chemical
onto the ground around the tank. This spill was due to breakage of a PVC pipe coupler.
The SAC office and local MOECC office were contacted.
The second spill occurred in the basement of the control building in early December 2015
and was due to a coupler on the discharge hosing from one of the chemical pumps coming
apart. The SAC office and local MOECC office were contacted.
The minor leak occurred on the second chemical pump later in December 2015 with
another piping coupler. A very small amount of chemical was released during this second
release. All of the pipe coupler connections have since been replaced.
15.0 SUMMARY OF 2015
Overall, the Brighton WPCP performed relatively successfully in 2015 with improved levels
of treatment achieved in the latter part of the year. Further efforts to improve operation
of the treatment system is anticipated in 2016.
Prepared by:
Keith Lee, Wastewater ORO
Muncipality of Brighton
Jeff Graham, P. Eng.
GSS Engineering Consultants Ltd.
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APPENDIX A
Summary of Streets with Sewer Repairs completed in 2015
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In 2014 Sewertec did sewer repair on the streets listed below. Total costs
were approximately $149.000. This costs also included flushing, cctv and
the actual repairs.
Main street
Sanford
Kingsley
Cheer
Prince Edward
Maplewood
Orchard Crescent
Richardson
Crestview
Doorman
Ontario St. north of tracks
North St.
Centre St.
Sobeys parking lot (our sewer runs through there.)
Prepared by Keith Lee
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APPENDIX B
NOTICE OF MODIFICATIONS
SUBMITTED TO MOECC UNDER LOF PROCESS – 2015
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Subject: Recommendation to install timers for aerators - Brighton WPCP
Dear Linda and Vicki
As you are aware, Council previously approved having us ask the MOECC whether timers on the
aerators, at the Brighton WPCP, can be installed under the LOF provisions of the ECA.
Our analysis shows that installation of timers should retain important biological solids in the initial
aerated cell. Such solids are strongly linked with improved removal of ammonia.
As per our email below of February 4, 2016, and Viktoria Light's responding email of February 10, 2016,
the MOECC has indicated installation of the timers can be installed now under the LOF conditions of the
ECA.
As such, I would ask that this item be placed on the agenda for the next Council meeting - with the
recommendation that Council approve the installation of the timers as soon as possible.
I should note that ammonia levels in the lagoons remains a serious issue. Since October, the levels of
ammonia have reduced to the point that ammonia levels are within compliance - but just barely. The
ammonia limit rises (relaxes) from 14 mg/l to 17 mg/l in the winter (beginning November 1) and we
have been below 17 mg/l since that time. However, the average value for January 2016 was 15
mg/l...and if ammonia concentrations remain at this level until May, 2016 (when the compliance limit
drops back to 14 mg/l) we run a real risk of being out of compliance again.
Dan Rowley has previously priced the supply and installation of the timers as $2,900.00. This cost should
be recouped in less than one month based on the assumption of energy usage reducing 50%. As such,
the cost to install the timers is very low.
If you have any questions regarding this recommendation, please do not hesitated to contact me.
Sincerely,
Jeff Graham P. Eng., | President
GSS Engineering Consultants Ltd.
Unit 104D, 1010 9th Ave W, Owen Sound, ON N4K 5R7
Tel: 519-372-4828 Ext. 24 | [email protected]
http://www.gssengineering.ca/
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-----Original Message----From: Light, Viktoria (MOECC) [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: February-10-16 11:39 AM
To: Jeff Graham <[email protected]>; Fuller, Jacqueline (MOECC)
<[email protected]>
Cc: Linda Widdifield <[email protected]>; Vicki Kimmett <[email protected]>; Winch, Melissa
<[email protected]>; Uukkivi, Raivo <[email protected]>; Brian Ostrander
<[email protected]>; John Martinello <[email protected]>; Laura Vink
<[email protected]>; 'Mary Tadman' <[email protected]>; Mayor Mark Walas
<[email protected]>; Roger McMurray <[email protected]>; Steven Baker
<[email protected]>
Subject: RE: Emailing: Report to MOE - Timers for Aerators - Brighton WPCP
Good morning,
Thank you the submission of the proposal to install timers on the aerators at the Brighton WPCP.
This modification to the aerator operation can be accommodated under the LOF condition of the current
ECA.
Regards,
Viktoria Light
Water Inspector - Provincial Officer #1100 Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change
Peterborough District Office
P: 705-755-4330
F: 705-755-4343
[email protected]
-----Original Message----From: Jeff Graham [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: February-04-16 11:41 AM
To: Light, Viktoria (MOECC); Fuller, Jacqueline (MOECC)
Cc: Linda Widdifield; Vicki Kimmett; Winch, Melissa; Uukkivi, Raivo; Brian Ostrander; John Martinello;
Laura Vink; 'Mary Tadman'; Mayor Mark Walas; Roger McMurray; Steven Baker
Subject: FW: Emailing: Report to MOE - Timers for Aerators - Brighton WPCP
Dear Ms. Light
As per previous performance reports for the Brighton WPCP, the new aerators installed in August, 2015
have significantly increased oxygen levels in the aerated cell.
As such, we attach our background report on our proposal to install timers on the aerators and turn off
the aerators for 50% of the time to retain volatile suspended solids (VSS) in the aerated cell. We are
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confident that higher values of VSS in the aerated cell will improve ammonia removal in the aerated cell,
and result in overall lower levels of ammonia in the stabilization pond effluent.
We also ask for clarification if this change in aerator operation can be accommodated under the LOF
(limited operational flexibility) section of the current ECA.
If you have any questions regarding our proposal, please contact the undersigned.
Jeff Graham P. Eng., | President
GSS Engineering Consultants Ltd.
Unit 104D, 1010 9th Ave W, Owen Sound, ON N4K 5R7
Tel: 519-372-4828 Ext. 24 | [email protected] http://www.gssengineering.ca/
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To Linda Widdifield and Vicki Kimmett
Please find attached Keith Lee’s report regarding construction of a relatively small leak containment
system (approximately 1,000 l maximum) in the basement of the control building at the lagoon site.
The concrete containment is designed to contain leaks from broken or leaking coagulant pipes…and will
prevent the spread of any leaked ferric chloride across the basement floor.
If the containment fills to within several inches of the top, the fluid will overflow down a drain pipe
attached to the wall to the sump pit – and would then be automatically pumped into the coagulant
dosing channel beside the control building.
If this containment had been previously constructed, it would have contained the ferric chloride that
leaked on two occasions in the basement of the control building in December. As per the summary by
Mr. Lee, total costs were minimal ($500) as the containment was constructed by Mr. Lee and one of the
members of the Works Department who has significant experience with construction with cast in place
concrete.
Mr. Lee is also sourcing a liquid contact alarm that could be mounted inside the containment fairly near
the floor – to provide an early alarm if ferric chloride begins to fill the containment. If installed, this
alarm would dial out on the lagoon alarm dialer system.
We have not advised the MOE CC of this containment system. The LOF provisions, of the relatively new
ECA say, under Item 3 of Schedule B Appendix A, that “Normal or emergency operational modifications,
such as repairs, reconstructions, or other improvements that are part of maintenance activities,
including cleaning, renovations to existing approved sewage works equipment, provided that the
modification is made with Equivalent Equipment, are considered pre-approved.” It is my opinion that
this containment can be classified as an appropriate maintenance activity.
The following statement in Schedule B of the ECA (clause 4) goes on to say that modifications done in
clause 3 are not required to follow the LOF notification protocols and do not require submission of a
Notice of Modification.
I would recommend this cover note and attached document be included in the current Council agenda
package.
Thank you.
Jeff Graham P. Eng., | President
GSS Engineering Consultants Ltd.
Unit 104D, 1010 9th Ave W, Owen Sound, ON N4K 5R7
Tel: 519-372-4828 Ext. 24 | [email protected]
http://www.gssengineering.ca/
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Containment at the lagoon in basement
After the leaks we had in the basement at the lagoon in the past I decided
to create a containment in the basement. This containment will hold over a
1000 liters, and make clean up better in the future, this will also enable us
to recoup some of the product if this ever happens in the future.
In the past we have had alum spills as well as ferric spills.
When I designed this containment the main purpose was to contain and
recoup the material. I have an overflow built in to handle any chemical that
we use.
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The overflow runs along the wall to the sump pit, but is also plumbed into
the sink run off, if for any reason we need to dilute the chemical.
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The containment is concrete reinforced with rebar, 30” high by 5” wide and
14’ long
The only contracted work for this job was the plumbing for the sink which
cost $200 by a local plumber.
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We will be installing a monitoring system for this containment, which will
be done by an electrician and up to TAS too hook up into our alarm
system.
This job was completed in house by municipal employees, at a cost of less
the $500 for the containment.
Keith Lee
Wastewater supervisor
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From: Jeff Graham [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: March-17-16 2:40 PM
To: Vicki Kimmett <[email protected]>; Linda Widdifield <[email protected]>
Subject: FW: Council agenda - Wastewater issues
Dear Vicki and Linda
At Monday Council’s meeting, I recommend I report on the following issues:
-
Automatic sewage sampler – has now been received and is being used on trial basis to collect
weekly samples at lagoon site from first treatment cell. Staff are planning to deploy in sewer
manholes upstream of lagoons soon.
-
Monthly progress reports to MOECC– our last one was done for December and I suggest the
next one (covering January and February, 2016) be completed if Council agrees.
-
Containment for ferric chloride tank – I have made general inquiry to MOECC to see if this could
proceed under LOF conditions in the ECA. I understand budget for the containment has
been approved in this year’s budget and we have previously indicated to MOECC we would
construct this year. Suggest design and tender be approved by Council now for construction in
approximately June, 2016.
As discussed, I will attend Council on Monday night.
Jeff Graham P. Eng., | President
GSS Engineering Consultants Ltd.
Unit 104D, 1010 9th Ave W, Owen Sound, ON N4K 5R7
Tel: 519-372-4828 Ext. 24 | [email protected]
http://www.gssengineering.ca/
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Municipality of Brighton
Council Meeting
Council Date:
21 Mar 2016
To:
Council
Prepared By:
Lloyd Hutchinson, Fire Chief
Reviewed By:
Department:
Fire Department
Subject/Title:
Council Report
Recommendation:
That Council receives the Fire Department Activity Report for February 2016.
Background/Purpose:
This report provides updates to inform the Council on Fire Department activities.
Analysis/Comments:
Fire Department Responses

The Department responded to 32 calls in February 2016 compared to 36 calls in
February 2015.

Nine (9) incidents in February 2016 occurred in the urban area south of the CN/CP train
corridor with one (1) delay clearing the train crossings and no obstructions.
Training Activities
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The following training sessions were held in February 2016:

HR Downloads

Incident Scene Protection Evidence Management by the OPP

1 Firefighter completed their DZ Driver Training.
Service Calls
The following service calls were performed in February 2016:

There was one (1) service call for a strong smell

There was one (1) CO detector

There was one (1) burn complaint
Fire Prevention Activities
2 Firefighters participated in a tour of the Hall on two occasions for the Girl Guides.
Meetings
1. Officer’s Meeting – 7 attended
2. Chief’s Meeting – 2 attended
3. General Meeting – 18 attended
Emergency Notification Update



As of Monday March 14, 2016 – 1538 households have registered.
After inserting a reminder and instructional sheet in the tax bill, we are continuing to
receive applications for registration, and we are continuing to see an increase in the
number of people registering on their own.
Received notification from the OFMEM that the Municipality was compliant for 2015.
Attachments:
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Incident Summary February 2016 vs February 2015
Incidents south of the tracks February 2016
Notification of compliance from the OFMEM.
Letter from the Federated Women’s Institutes of Ontario notifying us of the packages
they made up for us to put on our trucks.
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Brighton District Fire Department
Incident Type Report (Summary)
Alarm Date between February 1, 2016 and February 29, 2016
Incident Type
Count
2. Prefire Conditions or no fire
29 Other pre fire conditions (no fire)
Pct
of Incidents
1
Total 1
6. Rescue
62 Vehicle Collision
7. Medical/Resuscitator Call
701 Oxygen administered
73 Seizure
76 Chest pains or suspected heart attack
8. Medical
89 Other Medical Call/Resuscitator Call
0.00%
0%
3.12%
3.12%
$0
$0
0.00%
0.00%
3.12%
3.12%
$0
$0
0.00%
0.00%
4
Total 4
12.50%
12.50%
$0
$0
0.00%
0.00%
4
3
4
Total 11
12.50%
9.37%
12.50%
34.37%
$0
0.00%
$0
$0
0.00%
0.00%
11
Total 11
34.37%
34.37%
$0
$0
0.00%
0.00%
2
1
3
6.25%
3.12%
9.37%
$0
$0
$0
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
9. Other Incident Type
96 Call cancelled on route
98 Assistance not required by other agency
Total
Total Incident Count:
Pct of
Losses
$0
$0
3. False Alarms/False Calls/No Loss Outdoor Fire
32 Alarm System Equipment – Accidental
1
Total 1
4. Public Hazard
41 Gas Leak – Natural Gas
1
Total 1
3.12%
3.12%
Total
Est. Loss
32
Total Estimated Loss: $0
February 2016
Number of Incidents south of the railway tracks: 9
Delays at the railway crossings:
1. 16-039 – Fire assisted patient until EMS arrived – delayed approx. 1 minutes.
Number of railway crossing blockages:
None reported.
Page 54 of 148
Brighton District Fire Department
Incident Type Report (Summary)
Alarm Date between February 1, 2015 and February 28, 2015
Incident Type
Count
Pct
of Incidents
2. Prefire Conditions or no fire
21 Overheat (no fire, e.g. engines, mechanical
29 Other pre fire conditions (no fire)
6. Rescue
62 Vehicle Collision
63 Building Collapse
6
1
Total 7
7. Medical/Resuscitator Call
701 Oxygen administered
76 Chest pains or suspected heart attack
8. Medical
85 Vital signs absent, DOA
89 Other Medical/Resuscitator Call
9. Other Incident Type
96 Call cancelled on route
97 Incident not found
Total Incident Count:
3
Total 4
1
Total
Est. Loss
2.77%
8.33%
11.11%
16.66%
2.77%
19.44%
Pct of
Losses
$0
0.00%
$0
$0
0.00%
0.00%
$0
$0
$0
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
3
7
Total 10
8.33%
19.44%
27.77%
$0
$0
$0
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
1
11
Total 12
2.77%
30.55%
33.33%
$0
$0
$0
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
2
1
Total 3
5.55%
2.77%
8.33%
$0
$0
$0
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
36
Total Estimated Loss: $0
February 2015
Number of Incidents south of the railway tracks: 5
Delays at the railway crossings:
None reported.
Number of railway crossing blockages:
None reported.
Page 55 of 148
Brighton District Fire Department
Incidents South of the Train Tracks in Urban Area
February 2016
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Incident #
Street or Location
Type of Call
Delay
16-039
16-042
16-046
16-051
16-053
16-054
16-055
16-063
16-066
Prince Edward
Pier Drive
Lucas Court
Rogers Road
Prince Edward
Deerfield Drive
Westview Drive
Raglan Street
Deerfield Drive
Medical
Medical
Medical
Medical
Medical
Medical
Medical
Medical
Medical
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Assist
Assist
Assist
Assist
Assist
Assist
Assist
Assist
Assist
Delays at train crossings:
1. 16-039: Truck 290 delayed approximately 1 minute.
Obstruction of Rail Crossing:
None.
Page 56 of 148
F»)
Ministry of
Community Safety and
Correctional Services
Ministére
Sécurité
Office of the
Fire Marshal and
Bureau du
commissaire des incendies et
de la gestion des situations d'urgence
Emergency Management
Suite 6
3767 Hwy. 69 South
Sudbury, ON PSG OA7
Tel: 14300-565-1842
Fax: (705) 564-4555
de la
communautaire et
des Services correctionnels
M’ Ontario
Suite 6
3767, route 69 sud
Sudbury, ON PBG 0A7
Télz
Télécz
1»800-565-1842
(705) 564-4555
March 01, 2016
Dear Mayor:
It is the responsibility of municipalities to ensure they are in compliance with the
Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMCPA) and its associated
Regulation, Ontario Regulation 380/04.
The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management (OFMEM) has determined
that your municipality has complied with the Act and the Regulation for 2015.
Completed
Community Emergency Management Coordinator (CEMC) appointed
(O.Reg.380/04,s.10(1))
CEMC completed the required training (O.Reg.380/04,s.10(2)) and Fire
Marshal & Chief, Emergency Management Guidance: 2015-01-08 (0.
Reg 380/04 Training Requirements)
yes
yes
The Municipality Emergency Management Program Committee met at
least once this year (0. Reg. 380/04, s.11 (6))
yes
Current by-law for the municipa|ity’s adoption of its emergency
management program (EMCPA s. 2.1(1))
yes
Municipal Community Risk Profile reviewed by the Emergency
Management Program Committee (EMCPA s. 2.1 (3))
yes
Municipality's Emergency Response Plan reviewed and the most
current copy submitted to EMO (EMCPA s.3(1), s.3(6) s. 6.2 (1))
Current by-law for the municipality's Emergency Response
(EMCPA 3. 3(1))
Municipal Emergency Operations Centre designated
(O.Reg.380/04,s.13 (1))
J
yes
Plan?
yes
yes
Page 57 of 148
Municipality's EOC communications system deemed to be appropriate
(0. Reg. 380/O4,s.13 (2))
yes
Municipality's Critical Infrastructure reviewed by the Emergency
Management Program Committee (EMCPA s. 2.1 (3))
yes
Four (4) hours of annual municipal training conducted for the Municipal
Emergency Control Group, staff and others identified in the ER Plan
(EMCPA s.2.1(2), O. Reg. 380/O4,s.12 (3))
yes
Municipal annual Exercise for the Municipal Emergency Control Group,
staff and others identified in the ER Plan (EMCPA s.2.1(2),
O.Reg.380/04 s. 12 (6)) and Fire Marshal & Chief, Emergency
Management Guidance: 2015-01-O8 (O. Reg 380/04 Training
Requirements)
yes
Municipal designated employee appointed to act as Emergency
Information Officer (O.Reg.380/04, s. 14 (1))
yes
Public Education Strategy completed (EMCPA s. 2.1 (2c))
yes
Municipa|ity’s Emergency Management Program Committee conducted
an Annual Review of the Program (O.Reg.380/04,s.11 (6)
yes
The safety of your citizens is important, and one way to increase that safety is to ensure
that your municipality is prepared in case of an emergency and is compliant with the
applicable legislation and regulation. You are to be congratulated on your municipality's
efforts in achieving compliance in 2015.
I hope and trust that you willcontinue your efforts to be compliant in 2016.
If you have any questions regarding the monitoring process, please contact your
Emergency Management Field Officer.
Sincerely,
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’
Art Booth
Operations Manager
Field and Advisory Services
cc: CEMC
CAO/Clerk
Field Officer
Page 58 of 148
January 15, 2016
Dear Friends,
The Federated Women’s Institutes of Ontario are celebrating our 119"‘Anniversary
on February 19, 2016.
We are a not-for—pro?torganization with branches throughout Ontario. To
celebrate our anniversary, members of our organization are giving packages to you
to help comfort children in your care.
We hope that you will accept our gi?s. For more information about our
organization, please visit our website: www.fwio.on.ca
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Page 59 of 148
Municipality of Brighton
Council Meeting
Council Date:
21 Mar 2016
To:
Council
Prepared By:
Jim Millar, Director of Parks & Recreation
Reviewed By:
Department:
Parks & Recreation
Subject/Title:
Creation of an Ad Hoc Trails Working Group
Recommendation:
That Council accepts the recommendations from the Director of Parks and Recreation to
establish an ad-hoc trails working group to coordinate the trail development within the
urban area. The composition for this ad-hoc working group to be made up of the
Mayor, and one other member of Council, the Municipal Planner, Public Works Project
Supervisor, and Director of Parks and Recreation.
Analysis/Comments:
With the purchase of the property on the corner of Ontario and Main streets in 2012, an
opportunity presented itself to develop this property into a high-visibility, user-friendly
park and with that in mind a committee was created. The 2 Ontario Committee was
made up of 2 members of council, 2 community members and staff as liaisons who
attended whenever required. In the end the committee was quite successful developing
this property into what we have today and call Rose Ellery Park after the long-time
resident and former Councillor.
With this in mind, there are funds placed in the budget for 2016 which are to continue
development of the municipal trail system along Butler Creek. There are two areas
identified which are to be developed and both along the creek at Ontario Street and in
areas south of Butler Street.
In order to best organize these trial areas I recommend that Council create an Ad-Hoc
working group to help develop and oversee the development of these areas and help
with the process of negotiating with the landowners who may be affected by this trail
Page 60 of 148
development. I would further recommend that this working group be comprised of
Mayor Walas, one other member of Councillor, and staff support from the Municipal
Planner, the Public Works Project Supervisor and myself (The Director of Parks and
Recreation).
The main idea behind the creation of this working group would be to begin the process
of trail development in these areas, to overcome land issues which will affect the trail’s
construction, liasioning with landowners, and other agencies such as the Lower Trent
Conservation, and the MNR and advise on bid document content.
I believe having been involved with past projects such as both the Tobey Trail link and
the creation of Rose Ellery Park, that such a working group is required to get things
moving and keep it moving as circumstances dictate as it utilizing the skills of each
group member to make it the most cost-effective way to develop these trail links.
Progress from this working group will be communicated to Council via staff reports from
the Director of Parks and Recreation who will be the main liaison for this working group.
It is my feeling that a coordinated effort is required by both Council and staff to get see
these trails through the planning process.
Financial Implications:
Funding for the expansion of the Butler Creek Trail has been placed in the 2016 Budget
at $40,000.00.
$20,000 is from a generous donation from the Brighton Health Services Centre and
$20,000 in matching funds from the Municipality through Development Charges.
The Stalwood trail link has $50,000 in the 2016 budget with $20,562 coming from
Reserves and $29,438 coming from Development Charges as identified in this last
Development Charges study.
Strategic Plan Alignment:
Strategy#1 - Quality of Place
Page 61 of 148
Municipality of Brighton
Council Meeting
Council Date:
21 Mar 2016
To:
Council
Prepared By:
Linda Widdifield, Director of Finance & Administrative
Services
Reviewed By:
Department:
Finance
Subject/Title:
January and February 2016 Accounts Payable Report
Recommendation:
That Council receives the January and February 2016 Accounts Payable Report, in the
amount of $1,723,137.16, as paid.
Background/Purpose:
Payments that have been included in the 2015 Annual Budget are made by cheque to
vendors. Additionally, payments have been made by cheque to vendors to sustain ongoing operations of the Municipality in advance of the 2016 budget approval. In
anticipation of public interest and to respect the intentions of Bill 130 initiatives for
accountability and transparency, the Accounts Payable Report is provided monthly to
Council.
Attachments:
January and February 2016 Accounts Payable
Page 62 of 148
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 63 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39204
AC Grinding Machine & Tool
Vendor Name
04/01/2016
21523
74.58
Sharpen Ice Scrapper Blades
39245
AC Grinding Machine & Tool
17/11/2015
21483
74.58
Sharpen Ice Scrapper Blades
39245
AC Grinding Machine & Tool
10/12/2015
21505
99.44
Sharpen Ice Scrapper Blades
39314
Advantage Specialties
12/01/2016
20140
269.38
Soap, Black Bags
39246
Air Liquide/Messer Canada
29/11/2015
63030052
88.27
Cylinder Rental
39246
Air Liquide/Messer Canada
14/12/2015
63430743
83.13
Cylinder Rental
39247
Alarm Systems
16/12/2015
481769
310.75
Alarm Maintenance
39315
Alarm Systems
01/02/2016
481894
243.40
Security System Sharp Rd
39315
Alarm Systems
14/01/2016
483638
237.30
Alarm Maintenance Sharp Rd
39205
Alarm Systems
05/01/2016
483450
183.51
Fix Alarm-100 Cty Rd 64
39205
Alarm Systems
01/01/2016
479815
271.20
Monitoring of Security System
39206
AMCTO
01/01/2016
105556 MILLAR 2016
424.88
Membership Fees-Millar
39206
AMCTO
01/01/2016
104103 SELMAN 2016
424.88
Membership Fees - Selman
39206
AMCTO
01/01/2016
104635 WIDDIFIELD 16
424.88
Membership Fees - Widdifield
39206
AMCTO
01/01/2016
3029 KELLY 2016
424.88
Membership Fees - Kelly
39206
AMCTO
01/01/2016
208110 KIMMETT 2016
424.88
Membership Fees - Kimmett
39316
Arboriculture Canada
14/01/2016
STAFF TRAINING
2,220.45
Training Course
39317
Ascent Solutions Inc.
14/12/2015
J229475
2,135.70
LED Streetlights
39248
ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems Canada Inc.
20/12/2015
SEI/00096981
372.73
39207
Association Of Municipalities
01/01/2016
MEM004787
4,075.52
39252
B.M.R.Mfg., Inc.,
17/12/2015
350293
373.26
Road Signs
39252
B.M.R.Mfg., Inc.,
17/12/2015
350294
362.71
Signs
39172
Bardon Supplies Limited
15/12/2015
5908753
12.80
Poly Tubing
39249
Behan Construction Limited
18/12/2015
YOUNG/GEORGE CERT#5
230,381.04
39208
Bell Canada
20/12/2015
521274748 DEC15
212.44
Business Internet Line
39250
Bell Canada
01/01/2016
300291338 JAN16
212.44
Internet Line
39251
Bell Canada-Public Access
28/12/2015
141742
113.00
Pay Phone
39318
Bell Mobility
01/01/2016
508538694 JAN16
2,297.04
Cell Phone Billing January
39173
Branch Electric Motor Service
11/12/2015
43932
4,377.87
Electric Motor Repairs
39253
Brighton Automotive &
29/12/2015
14833-57220
79.04
Parts/Supplies
39320
Brighton Automotive &
21/01/2016
14833-58768
23.87
Rapidfix
Page 1 of 25
Description
Door Maintenance - Arena
2016 Membership
Young & George - Cert#5
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 64 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39320
Brighton Automotive &
Vendor Name
19/01/2016
14833-58588
147.13
Castrol Edge
39320
Brighton Automotive &
14/01/2016
14833-58265
496.59
Hydraulic Fluid, Hose Assembly
39320
Brighton Automotive &
14/01/2016
14833-58296
108.34
Honey Goo Lube
39320
Brighton Automotive &
18/11/2015
14833-54472
50.93
Socket, Chisel, Snowbrush
39320
Brighton Automotive &
17/11/2015
14833-54395
39.38
Ratchet, Socket
39320
Brighton Automotive &
03/11/2015
14833-53361
21.21
Saw Blade
39320
Brighton Automotive &
06/10/2015
14833-51335
5.71
Material
39320
Brighton Automotive &
16/09/2015
14833-49679
13.74
Energizer Industrial
39209
Brighton Automotive &
06/01/2016
14833-57718
24.13
Washer Hose
39209
Brighton Automotive &
06/01/2016
14833-57694
69.53
Greasegun
39209
Brighton Automotive &
06/01/2016
14833-57685
53.66
Beartex
39209
Brighton Automotive &
05/01/2016
14833-57594
83.95
Tie Rod End
39209
Brighton Automotive &
05/01/2016
14833-57643
40.00
Brake Cleaner
39210
Brighton Tire Warehouse
06/01/2016
47689
22.60
Repair Trailer Tire
39255
Caduceon Enterprises Inc.
31/12/2015
15-17930
1,530.29
Brighton WTP
39255
Caduceon Enterprises Inc.
31/12/2015
15-17933
63.57
North Firehall
39255
Caduceon Enterprises Inc.
31/12/2015
15-17932
63.57
Hilton Hall
39255
Caduceon Enterprises Inc.
31/12/2015
15-17931
63.57
Codrington Hall
39255
Caduceon Enterprises Inc.
31/12/2015
15-17934
2,358.63
Brighton WPCP
39256
Cambium Environmental
21/12/2015
2015-17610
3,277.00
Supplemental Phase II ESA
39211
Canadian National Railways
01/01/2016
91188333
1,552.50
Public Crossing - Maintenance
39263
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
25/12/2015
11080811
1,208.50
Flasher Contract
39324
CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
14/01/2016
160117SAL
214.61
160117SAL
39324
CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
14/01/2016
160110HRY
434.60
160110HRY
39324
CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
28/01/2016
160131SAL
225.71
160131SAL
39324
CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
28/01/2016
160124HRY
446.76
160124HRY
39200
CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
03/12/2015
151206SAL
211.66
151206SAL
39200
CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
03/12/2015
151129HRY
463.77
151129HRY
39200
CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
17/12/2015
151220SAL
211.66
151220SAL
39200
CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
10/12/2015
151213HRY
455.03
151213HRY
39200
CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
31/12/2015
160103SAL
212.16
160103SAL
Page 2 of 25
Description
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Vendor Name
Date
Page 65 of 148
Invoice #
Amount
151227HRY
448.25
151227HRY
23/12/2015
3198388
135.78
Municipal Law Book
24/12/2015
7859544
135.78
Municipal Law Book
Cassels Brock
29/12/2015
1977441
24,504.64
Re: Water/Sewage Systems
39321
Cassels Brock
31/12/2015
1979870
12,311.35
Wastewater Legal
39321
Cassels Brock
31/12/2015
1978554
20,973.67
Water & Sewage Systems
39300
Catherine Stutt
16/12/2015
BDA POSTAGE
96.05
Postage Brighton Archives
39287
Cathy O'Reilly
22/12/2015
CREDIT
2,000.00
Credit on Account
39244
Cheer Homes
14/01/2016
SECURITY RELEASE
34,421.25
Security Release
39259
Coco Paving Inc.
18/12/2015
1407
2,977.85
QPR
39259
Coco Paving Inc.
10/12/2015
14064509
1,637.88
HL3
39212
Codrington Women's Institute
01/01/2016
357101
522.00
New Years Levee
39260
Cole's Tim-Br Mart
12/01/2015
2665537
18.01
Hinge & Screws
39260
Cole's Tim-Br Mart
12/01/2015
2665536
28.20
Casters
39262
Corix Water Products (East)
07/12/2015
10513150174
63.71
S/S Saddle
39176
Corix Water Products (East)
07/12/2015
10513150173
127.42
Saddle
39322
Corix Water Products (East)
08/01/2016
10616001117
3,767.62
TR/Touch Pad Service Box
39213
Country Homes Of Quinte
08/01/2016
2015-38 REFUND
1,000.00
Permit Refund
39286
County Of Northumberland
14/12/2015
28387
320.00
OMLI Report Writing
39190
County Of Northumberland
31/12/2015
31122015 TAGS
6,778.75
Bag Tag Remittance
39190
County Of Northumberland
14/12/2015
28393
123.37
39349
County Of Northumberland
25/01/2016
25012016 TAGS
7,975.00
Bag Tag Remittance
39349
County Of Northumberland
31/12/2015
28493
7,680.00
Plumbing Permits
39349
County Of Northumberland
31/12/2015
28533
1,675.00
Septic
39226
County Of Northumberland
06/01/2015
06012016 TAGS
2,667.50
Bag Tag Remittance
39264
Cunningham Swan
03/12/2015
135882
1,105.69
Services Oct - Nov 2015
39264
Cunningham Swan
29/12/2015
136072
339.00
39264
Cunningham Swan
29/12/2015
136074
1,410.52
General Advice - Planning
39264
Cunningham Swan
29/12/2015
136075
1,419.56
Kuipers - OMB
39264
Cunningham Swan
29/12/2015
136077
1,081.98
Subdivision Servicing Opinion
39264
Cunningham Swan
29/12/2015
136078
868.69
39200
CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
31/12/2015
39257
Carswell
39257
Carswell
39258
Page 3 of 25
Description
Loyalist-Managing/Leading
General Advice
60 Ontario Bldg Permit Opinion
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 66 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39177
Cunningham Swan
Vendor Name
27/11/2015
135627
173.74
General Advice
39177
Cunningham Swan
27/11/2015
135628
1,879.76
Kuipers - OMB
39177
Cunningham Swan
27/11/2015
135630
566.61
Orchard Gate Subdivision
39323
Cunningham Swan
04/01/2016
136489
205.38
Habitat For Humanity Easement
39323
Cunningham Swan
19/01/2016
136589
1,175.95
Kuipers OMB
39306
D. M. Wills Associates
30/11/2015
9476
1,863.37
Brighton By The Bay Phase 8
39306
D. M. Wills Associates
30/11/2015
9448
932.25
39306
D. M. Wills Associates
30/11/2015
9477
2,143.05
Orchard Gates
39267
D.L. Services Inc.
31/12/2015
1000897
14,168.55
Ferric Spill
39241
David Woodward
01/01/2016
WATERSEWER OVERPYMNT
190.64
39265
Diamond Municipal Solutions
31/12/2015
D23054
2,254.35
GP2015 Upgrade
39215
Digital Postage On Call
23/12/2015
23122015
2,260.00
Replenish Postage Machine
39266
Digital Postage On Call
07/01/2016
07012016
2,260.00
Postage for Postage Machine
39269
Dorothy Fletcher
19/12/2015
BDA
244.33
Brighton Digital Archives
39269
Dorothy Fletcher
18/12/2015
HISTORY OPEN HOUSE
200.42
History Open House
39261
Dot Connolly
11/12/2015
HILTON HALL CHRISTMA
212.67
Heritage History Seminar
39236
Doug Simpson Electric
10/01/2016
3422
242.89
Replace Traffic Light Bulb
39325
Electrical Safety Authority
13/01/2016
94222627
687.04
Inspection Fees
39268
EMC Your Community Newspaper
03/12/2015
OTD0571812
265.55
Christmas Song Book
39268
EMC Your Community Newspaper
10/12/2015
OTD0575056
96.95
Capital Projects
39268
EMC Your Community Newspaper
17/12/2015
OTD0578152
66.11
Display Invoice
39268
EMC Your Community Newspaper
17/12/2015
OTD0578153
92.55
Holiday Free Skate
39268
EMC Your Community Newspaper
24/12/2015
OTD0582328
180.35
New Years Levee
39268
EMC Your Community Newspaper
31/12/2015
OTD0584607
105.77
Council Meeting
39268
EMC Your Community Newspaper
31/12/2015
OTD0584608
112.38
Budget Meeting
39268
EMC Your Community Newspaper
31/12/2015
OTD0584609
180.35
New Year's Levee
39268
EMC Your Community Newspaper
31/12/2015
OTD0584610
81.53
Christmas Tree Pick Up
39268
EMC Your Community Newspaper
24/12/2015
OTD0582341
73.45
Cancelled Meeting
39326
Evoqua Water Technologies Ltd.
05/01/2016
902466840
953.77
Materials/Supplies
39327
Fellows Towing,
12/01/2016
28912
3,051.00
39328
Fireservice Management Ltd
08/01/2016
432732
149.27
Page 4 of 25
Description
Mills Rd Drainage
Water Overpayment
Plow Recovery
Oil Wash - Suit, Cleaning
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 67 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39329
First Place Trailers & Powersports
Vendor Name
21/01/2016
14839
480.25
39180
G & K Meter Reading Services
17/12/2015
40
1,979.25
Meter Reading Billing
39273
G. Hart & Sons
31/12/2015
110043
4,519.23
Brighton Well#2
39277
G.D. Jewell Engineering Inc.
22/12/2015
106567
966.15
Industrial Park Electrical
39277
G.D. Jewell Engineering Inc.
22/12/2015
106565
26,852.97
Young/George Contract
39338
G.D. Jewell Engineering Inc.
11/01/2016
106596
6,910.37
Young/George Admin Contract
39338
G.D. Jewell Engineering Inc.
11/01/2016
106598
101.70
39178
Geo Kamp Limited
23/12/2015
16-1315
13,414.52
39330
Gerow Propane
14/01/2016
300540
258.18
Propane Firehall
39330
Gerow Propane
04/01/2016
298952
344.56
Propane Firehall
39270
Gerow Propane
22/12/2015
21894
50.00
Propane
39270
Gerow Propane
19/12/2015
298069
149.02
Hilton Hall Propane
39270
Gerow Propane
31/12/2015
298836
79.73
Hilton Hall Propane
39270
Gerow Propane
31/12/2015
298835
731.36
Garage - Propane
39270
Gerow Propane
19/12/2015
298078
469.38
Firehall - Propane
39179
Gimpel Electric Supply Ltd.
09/12/2015
850444
51.47
Batteries
39216
Gin-Cor Industries Inc.
07/01/2016
35158
630.61
Quick Disconnect
39331
Gin-Cor Industries Inc.
18/01/2016
35354
1,402.53
39331
Gin-Cor Industries Inc.
20/01/2016
35396
666.85
Clevis Yoke Ass, Cab Control
39271
Git-R-Down Tree Service
30/11/2015
2409
4,746.00
Poplar/Pinewood School Rd
39271
Git-R-Down Tree Service
07/12/2015
1648
994.40
Smith Street
39332
Gordon Co. Locksmiths Ltd.
27/11/2015
2611
672.35
Lock Maintenance
39272
Harper Ontario Truck Centres
17/12/2015
C066072939:01
344.56
Gasket, Oilfill Pipe
39181
Hastings Fire Equipment 2000
22/12/2015
2015497
1,395.55
39334
Henry House
20/01/2016
42
40.68
Key for Arena
39217
Herrington, Peter
08/01/2016
574004
105.03
Livestock Valuer/Bernier
39333
Herrington, Peter
14/01/2016
574005
104.47
Livestock Valuer
39274
HPEMFAA Training Complex
31/12/2015
201644
423.75
Fire - Training
39275
Hydro One
24/12/2015
200003833790 DEC15
36.29
Butler Streetlights
39275
Hydro One
16/12/2015
200025758723 DEC15
35.51
Elizabeth St Ballpark
39275
Hydro One
16/12/2015
200074564574 DEC15
35.51
King Edward-Ball Park#2
Page 5 of 25
Description
200lbs Force Vib Kit
Industrial Park Electrical
Brighton Well Field
Chain Main Conveyor
Valve-Hydrostatic Testing
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 68 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39275
Hydro One
Vendor Name
16/12/2015
200046062944 DEC15
107.65
Elizabeth Canteen
39275
Hydro One
04/01/2016
200106149491 JAN16
66.50
Lot 4 Conc 4
39275
Hydro One
06/01/2016
200022501543 JAN16
254.32
1256 County Rd 27
39275
Hydro One
06/01/2016
200105800695 JAN16
96.06
50 Chatten Rd
39275
Hydro One
06/01/2016
200042642985 JAN16
65.73
Fieldcrest Court
39275
Hydro One
06/01/2016
200017716211 JAN16
1,000.98
39275
Hydro One
06/01/2016
200031941158 JAN16
6.10
39275
Hydro One
07/01/2016
200095499396 JAN16
2,046.61
7 Harbour St
39275
Hydro One
07/01/2016
200053586912 JAN16
3,463.94
35 Alice St
39275
Hydro One
04/01/2016
200039139770 JAN16
337.07
Smithfield Streetlights
39275
Hydro One
04/01/2016
200059582522 JAN16
111.38
Orland Streetlights
39275
Hydro One
04/01/2016
200093778759 JAN16
58.70
Hazelton Streetlight
39335
Hydro One
18/01/2016
200074564574 JAN16
34.97
Elizabeth Ball Park 2
39335
Hydro One
18/01/2016
200046062944 JAN16
113.30
Elizabeth St Canteen
39335
Hydro One
18/01/2016
200025758723 JAN16
34.95
Elizabeth St Ball Park
39335
Hydro One
15/01/2016
200047371030 JAN16
123.35
Millpond Rd Streetlights
39335
Hydro One
18/01/2016
200063550226 JAN16
143.74
Lakeview Hgts Pumping Chamber
39335
Hydro One
18/01/2016
200006252528 JAN16
319.79
Kingsley/Main
39182
Hydro One
16/12/2015
200045751231 DEC15
399.36
20 Elizabeth
39182
Hydro One
16/12/2015
200077682924 DEC15
56.69
Memorial Park
39182
Hydro One
17/12/2015
200030047638 DEC15
320.91
Hope Street
39182
Hydro One
15/12/2015
200047371030 DEC15
118.96
Millpond Road Streetlights
39182
Hydro One
16/12/2015
200050124315 DEC15
7,895.72
39182
Hydro One
16/12/2015
200032525582 DEC15
43.42
Division Streetlights
39182
Hydro One
16/12/2015
200063550226 DEC15
127.93
Lakeview Heights
39182
Hydro One
16/12/2015
200063481720 DEC15
119.04
37 Pinnacle St
39182
Hydro One
17/12/2015
200101528251 DEC15
8,279.19
75 Elizabeth St
39335
Hydro One
14/01/2016
200109793156 JAN16
34.78
Price St E Ball Diamond
39335
Hydro One
14/01/2016
200007604060 JAN16
34.78
3 Bay St E
39335
Hydro One
14/01/2016
200024663431 JAN16
98.46
232 Presquilr Pkwy
39335
Hydro One
14/01/2016
200089255731 JAN16
37.38
71 County Rd 64 Sewage Lagoon
Page 6 of 25
Description
71 Chatten Rd
2992 County Rd 30
100 Cty Rd 64
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 69 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39335
Hydro One
Vendor Name
14/01/2016
200005355074 JAN16
1,521.40
39335
Hydro One
18/01/2016
200032525582 JAN16
45.07
Division Street Light
39335
Hydro One
12/01/2016
200008905173 JAN16
50.58
Bayshore, Sewage Station
39335
Hydro One
12/01/2016
200079896544 JAN16
3,653.18
39335
Hydro One
12/01/2016
200104418851 JAN16
51.28
70 Bayshore Dock Lights
39335
Hydro One
04/01/2016
200083273861 JAN16
654.19
Alice Street
39335
Hydro One
04/01/2016
200047775602 JAN16
156.24
Codrington Streetlights
39335
Hydro One
05/01/2016
200006022354 JAN16
15,944.34
Streetlights
39336
Hydro One Networks Inc
22/12/2015
33922-1030584
1,386.25
Claim Settlement
39218
Imagine Campaign
12/01/2016
01012016
25,000.00
Council Resolution 2010-335
39219
Industrial Alliance
01/01/2016
JANUARY 2016
25,103.82
Monthly Premium - January
39305
Ivan B. Wallace
09/12/2015
20243
904.00
Habitat Dufferin St
39174
J Bryant Plumbing
23/12/2015
109
79.09
Backflow Preventer
39183
JC Group
16/12/2015
41115
387.29
Fuel - Water Dept
39183
JC Group
16/12/2015
41063
81.01
Fuel - Bldg & Bylaw
39183
JC Group
16/12/2015
41114
177.00
Fuel - Waste Water
39183
JC Group
16/12/2015
41095
234.62
Fuel - Park & Rec
39337
JC Group
18/01/2016
41443
260.24
Fuel Water Dept
39337
JC Group
18/01/2016
41442
141.59
Fuel Waster Water
39337
JC Group
18/01/2016
41423
317.67
Fuel Rec Dept
39337
JC Group
18/01/2016
23302
74.58
Tractor Fluid
39276
JC Group
16/12/2015
41100
514.63
Public Works Fuel
39276
JC Group
31/12/2015
41217
73.02
Bldg/Bylaw Fuel
39276
JC Group
31/12/2015
41267
181.35
Water Dept Fuel
39276
JC Group
31/12/2015
41266
81.49
Wastewater Fuel
39276
JC Group
31/12/2015
41246
218.27
Parks/Rec Fuel
39276
JC Group
31/12/2015
41252
618.18
Public Works Fuel
39185
John's Portable Welding
18/12/2015
59137
3,729.00
39188
Keith Lee
31/12/2015
113855-01
54.90
Chemical Feed System
39188
Keith Lee
29/12/2015
114028-01
123.41
Chemical Dosing System
39221
Kingston Online Services
05/01/2016
461629
67.80
Webspace Jan 5 to Apr 4/2016
Page 7 of 25
Description
67 Sharp Rd
406 County Rd 26
Replace Concrete/Aluminium
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 70 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39278
Krecklo Municipal Consultants Inc.
Vendor Name
22/12/2015
16-006
6,960.80
39281
L.B. Welding
27/11/2015
33590
16.95
Truck Bar
39279
Lafrance Sod Farms
27/11/2015
613216
105.77
Small Sod Rolls
39340
Lakeport Power
05/01/2016
113508
654.27
Gloves
39199
Landmark Associates Limited
01/12/2015
157220
8,475.20
General Planning Services
39199
Landmark Associates Limited
01/12/2015
157213
2,962.17
Mac's Gas Bar
39199
Landmark Associates Limited
01/12/2015
157214
1,492.48
Rosslyn Subdivision Phase 2
39199
Landmark Associates Limited
01/12/2015
157215
331.57
McDonald/Shell
39199
Landmark Associates Limited
01/12/2015
157216
879.69
Applewood Meadows
39199
Landmark Associates Limited
01/12/2015
157217
1,700.53
Lakeside Landing
39199
Landmark Associates Limited
01/12/2015
157218
1,519.47
Hamilton Woods
39199
Landmark Associates Limited
01/12/2015
157219
856.85
Brighton By The Bay
39280
Landmark Associates Limited
22/12/2015
157242
700.08
Mac's Site Plan Approval
39280
Landmark Associates Limited
22/12/2015
157245
2,534.65
Lakeside Landing Subdivision
39280
Landmark Associates Limited
22/12/2015
157246
1,516.08
Tackaberry Ridge Subdivision
39280
Landmark Associates Limited
22/12/2015
157247
925.56
Presquile Landing Subdivision
39280
Landmark Associates Limited
22/12/2015
157241
809.39
Rosslyn Subdivision Phase 2
39280
Landmark Associates Limited
22/12/2015
157244
360.78
McDoanld/Shell
39280
Landmark Associates Limited
22/12/2015
157243
1,360.35
Applewood Meadows Subdivision
39280
Landmark Associates Limited
22/12/2015
157240
15,269.05
General Planning Services
39186
Lucas Kelly
14/12/2015
PIZZA
172.86
Pizza-Kids Christmas Party
39186
Lucas Kelly
14/12/2015
CLOTHING 2015
112.98
Clothing
39341
Matco Tools
12/01/2016
37869
192.09
Torque Wrench Calibration
39197
Michael Ryckman
11/12/2015
CLOTHING
226.00
Clothing Allowance
39285
Mike & Lori's No Frills
24/12/2015
06 0242
38.28
Grocery Supplies
39285
Mike & Lori's No Frills
02/12/2015
01 3532
15.98
Grocery Supplies
39285
Mike & Lori's No Frills
04/12/2015
06 8316
172.65
Grocery Supplies
39285
Mike & Lori's No Frills
12/12/2015
08 0611
21.07
Christmas Party Supplies
39285
Mike & Lori's No Frills
12/12/2015
07 7638
77.21
Grocery Supplies
39285
Mike & Lori's No Frills
07/12/2015
07 6796
36.00
Grocery Supplies
39285
Mike & Lori's No Frills
10/12/2015
08 1267
40.50
Grocery Supplies
Page 8 of 25
Description
Professional Fees-Search
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 71 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39345
Minister Of Finance
Vendor Name
12/01/2016
17120116021
260.00
39345
Minister Of Finance
12/01/2016
17120116191
1,172.34
39282
Minister Of Finance
05/01/2016
17050116033
-10946.00
2015 Adjustments
39282
Minister Of Finance
15/12/2015
17151215094
149,287.00
Policing Contract
39344
Minister Of Finance EHT
14/01/2016
151231COU
186.80
151231COU
39344
Minister Of Finance EHT
14/01/2016
160117SAL
1,085.67
160117SAL
39344
Minister Of Finance EHT
14/01/2016
160110HRY
1,014.30
160110HRY
39344
Minister Of Finance EHT
28/01/2016
160131SAL
1,094.21
160131SAL
39344
Minister Of Finance EHT
28/01/2016
160124HRY
1,100.09
160124HRY
39344
Minister Of Finance EHT
28/01/2016
SALARY
106.12
39201
Minister Of Finance EHT
03/12/2015
151206SAL
1,066.97
151206SAL
39201
Minister Of Finance EHT
03/12/2015
151129HRY
1,004.23
151129HRY
39201
Minister Of Finance EHT
04/12/2015
151130FIR
1,647.66
151130FIR
39201
Minister Of Finance EHT
10/12/2015
151130COU
282.35
151130COU
39201
Minister Of Finance EHT
17/12/2015
151220SAL
1,051.13
151220SAL
39201
Minister Of Finance EHT
10/12/2015
151213HRY
934.82
151213HRY
39201
Minister Of Finance EHT
31/12/2015
160103SAL
1,132.68
160103SAL
39201
Minister Of Finance EHT
31/12/2015
151231COM
21.06
151231COM
39201
Minister Of Finance EHT
31/12/2015
151227HRY
937.16
151227HRY
39344
Minister Of Finance EHT
27/01/2016
27012016
-109.32
Payroll Correction
39283
Multi-Vac Services Ltd.
31/12/2015
9399
1,776.93
Repair Valve 107 Main St
39223
Mun. Finance Officer's Assoc.
25/11/2015
MEMBERSHIP 2016
355.95
Membership Fees - 2016
39343
Municipal Employer Pension Centre of Ontario
01/01/2016
MC002070
237.30
2016 Municipal Contribution
39224
Municipal World
09/10/2015
96438
270.62
Taxi Plates 2016
39189
Murray's Rug Rental
14/12/2015
10045
104.00
Rug Rental - Admin
39189
Murray's Rug Rental
04/01/2016
10317
56.00
Rug Rental Arena
39189
Murray's Rug Rental
04/01/2016
10318
88.00
Rug Rental Public Works
39346
Murray's Rug Rental
04/01/2016
10315
104.00
Rug Rental Alice St
39189
Murray's Rug Rental
04/01/2016
10316
44.50
Rug Rental Firehall
39346
Murray's Rug Rental
14/12/2015
10046
44.50
Rug Rental - Firehall
39346
Murray's Rug Rental
14/12/2015
10047
56.00
Rug Rental - Arena
Page 9 of 25
Description
Registration Fees
Ride Dec 26
SALARY
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 72 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39346
Murray's Rug Rental
Vendor Name
14/12/2015
10048
88.00
Rug Rental - P.W.
39347
National Sanitation And
11/01/2016
342638
471.46
Janitorial Supplies
39347
National Sanitation And
18/01/2016
342829
114.38
Janitorial Supplies
39225
Neopost Leasing Services Canada Ltd
01/12/2015
6135526
812.83
Lease Jan 1 to Mar 31/2016
39348
Noco Fuels
05/01/2016
FCSINV10870
49.13
Diesel Exhaust Fluid
39348
Noco Fuels
19/01/2016
FCSINV12886
759.90
Diesel
39348
Noco Fuels
19/01/2016
FCSINV12896
2,038.88
Diesel
39348
Noco Fuels
19/01/2016
FCSINV12895
1.16
Diesel
39348
Noco Fuels
19/01/2016
FCSINV12894
4,857.64
Diesel
39284
Noco Fuels
21/12/2015
FCSINV9535
860.24
Gasoline
39368
Northumberland County
31/12/2015
W006291
253.00
Tipping Fees
39235
Northumberland Road
18/12/2015
2016 DUES
270.00
Membership Fees - 2016
39228
OAPSB Zone 3
05/01/2016
2015 & 2016 MEMBER
100.00
Membership Fees - 2015 &16
39202
OMERS
31/12/2015
151227HRY
6,411.64
151227HRY
39202
OMERS
03/12/2015
151206SAL
11,034.02
151206SAL
39202
OMERS
03/12/2015
151129HRY
6,945.82
151129HRY
39202
OMERS
17/12/2015
151220SAL
10,864.76
151220SAL
39202
OMERS
10/12/2015
151213HRY
6,461.02
151213HRY
39202
OMERS
31/12/2015
160103SAL
11,054.00
160103SAL
39350
OMERS
14/01/2016
160117SAL
11,083.08
160117SAL
39350
OMERS
14/01/2016
160110HRY
6,826.92
160110HRY
39350
OMERS
28/01/2016
160131SAL
11,104.86
160131SAL
39350
OMERS
28/01/2016
160124HRY
6,738.68
160124HRY
39350
OMERS
27/01/2016
27012016
-1400.58
Payroll Correction
39350
OMERS
28/01/2016
SALARY
1,352.52
SALARY
39288
One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning
28/12/2015
133188
673.48
Service Call/Maintenance
39227
Ont Assn Fire Chiefs
28/10/2015
1269
282.50
Membership Fees - Hutchinson
39227
Ont Assn Fire Chiefs
28/10/2015
1099
282.50
Membership Fees - Caddick
39229
Ontario Association of Police Services Board
11/01/2016
2016 MEMBERSHIP
1,214.75
39231
Ontario Municipal Tax & Revenue Association
10/01/2016
2016*0612
231.65
Membership Fees - Kelly
39289
Ontario One Call
201564110
159.73
Dec 1 - 31st
31/12/2015
Page 10 of 25
Description
Membership Fees
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 73 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39230
Ontario Recreation Facilities
Vendor Name
05/01/2016
MEMBERSHIP 2016
632.80
Membership Fees 2016
39290
Orkin Canada Corporation
18/12/2015
IN-6641802
73.45
Pest Control
39232
OSM Networks Inc.
17/11/2015
20153786
372.28
Applefest Jan - Dec 2016
39232
OSM Networks Inc.
08/12/2015
20160133
48.53
Brighton Jan - Feb 2016
39291
Paradigm Transportation Solutions Ltd.
04/12/2015
11125
242.33
Consulting Services
39292
Pare's Home Hardware
28/12/2015
93368
40.67
Electric Engraver
39292
Pare's Home Hardware
29/12/2015
93383
42.35
Snow Pusher/Shovel
39292
Pare's Home Hardware
31/12/2015
93430
9.03
Pressure Inlet Hose
39292
Pare's Home Hardware
31/12/2015
93431
8.11
Hose Clamps/Couplings
39292
Pare's Home Hardware
01/12/2015
92879
84.35
Snow Pusher, Gloves, Cleaner
39292
Pare's Home Hardware
03/12/2015
92923
47.10
Gloves, Spray Bottle, Mophead
39292
Pare's Home Hardware
07/12/2015
92987
34.44
Cable, Jack
39292
Pare's Home Hardware
08/12/2015
92999
5.98
Screws
39292
Pare's Home Hardware
09/12/2015
93045
10.16
Batteries
39292
Pare's Home Hardware
09/12/2015
93048
67.73
Lightbulbs, Screwdriver Set
39292
Pare's Home Hardware
13/12/2015
93116
46.69
Cleaning Supplies
39292
Pare's Home Hardware
19/12/2015
93250
1.68
Screws
39292
Pare's Home Hardware
29/12/2015
93386
13.55
Rubber Mallet
39292
Pare's Home Hardware
23/12/2015
93323
10.16
Batteries
39292
Pare's Home Hardware
22/12/2015
93305
50.57
Tape Measure, Tarp Strap
39292
Pare's Home Hardware
17/12/2015
93213
11.15
Quick Links
39292
Pare's Home Hardware
17/12/2015
93201
18.63
Anti Siphon Valve
39292
Pare's Home Hardware
29/12/2015
93393
219.20
Sump Pump, Snow Pusher
39292
Pare's Home Hardware
30/12/2015
93409
28.24
Snow Shovel
39339
Pat Johnston
11/01/2016
TONERS
392.55
Xerox Toners
39339
Pat Johnston
15/01/2016
LINK RINGS
10.17
Link Rings
39339
Pat Johnston
31/12/2015
PROJECTOR/DESK
506.35
Screen For Projector/Desk
39184
Pat Johnston
18/12/2015
PROJECTOR
1,794.35
Projector - Hilton Hall
39233
Penex Brighton Ltd.
07/01/2016
2014-127 REFUND
1,000.00
Permit Refund
39233
Penex Brighton Ltd.
07/01/2016
2015-32 REFUND
1,000.00
Permit Refund
39233
Penex Brighton Ltd.
07/01/2016
2014-167 REFUND
1,000.00
Permit refund
Page 11 of 25
Description
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 74 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39233
Penex Brighton Ltd.
Vendor Name
07/01/2016
2014-162 REFUND
1,000.00
Permit Refund
39233
Penex Brighton Ltd.
07/01/2016
2014-161 REFUND
1,000.00
Permit Refund
39233
Penex Brighton Ltd.
07/01/2016
2015-98 REFUND
1,000.00
Permit Refund
39233
Penex Brighton Ltd.
07/01/2016
2013-188 REFUND
1,000.00
Permit Refund
39233
Penex Brighton Ltd.
07/01/2016
2014-07 REFUND
1,000.00
Permit Refund
39233
Penex Brighton Ltd.
07/01/2016
2014-73 REFUND
1,000.00
Permit Refund
39351
Phillips Farm Supply
07/08/2015
185662
315.27
Field Stripe
39351
Phillips Farm Supply
16/07/2015
185746
251.71
Blades Finishing Mower
39352
Pitney Bowes Global Credit Ser
06/01/2016
3200096043
522.98
Lease Contract
39353
Purolator Courier Ltd.
01/01/2016
429904190
24.16
Courier Services
39353
Purolator Courier Ltd.
08/01/2016
429943767
5.06
Courier Services
39293
Purolator Courier Ltd.
11/12/2015
429674874
14.84
Courier Services
39293
Purolator Courier Ltd.
18/12/2015
429789225
33.05
Courier Services
39293
Purolator Courier Ltd.
25/12/2015
429861438
8.52
Courier Services
39191
Purolator Courier Ltd.
18/12/2015
429760568
14.09
Courier Services
39294
QBT Excavating Services Ltd.
31/12/2015
15-071
1,794.16
Sewer Repair
39354
Quinte Business Achievement
19/01/2016
SPONSORSHIP 2016
1,000.00
Silver Level Sponsorship
39234
Quinte Economic Develop Commis
01/12/2015
1ST QUARTER
9,878.52
First Quarter Billing
39193
Quinte Sewer Service
17/12/2015
7891
5,014.49
Flushing - Algonquin Drive
39295
Quinte Sewer Service
17/12/2015
7889
745.80
Camera Inspection Bay St
39295
Quinte Sewer Service
31/12/2015
7901
836.20
Clean Sewer Lines Bay St
39355
Quinte Sewer Service
11/01/2016
7918
4,373.10
Flushing Gosport/Bay St.
39192
Quinte West Animal Control
31/12/2015
12-15
1,130.00
Animal Control Dec 15
39356
Receiver General For Canada
27/01/2016
27012016
-2196.45
Payroll Correction
39356
Receiver General For Canada
28/01/2016
160131SAL
5,315.34
160131SAL
39356
Receiver General For Canada
28/01/2016
160131SAL-1
2,340.85
160131SAL
39356
Receiver General For Canada
28/01/2016
160131SAL-2
11,011.27
160131SAL
39356
Receiver General For Canada
28/01/2016
160124HRY
4,462.54
160124HRY
39356
Receiver General For Canada
28/01/2016
160124HRY-1
1,975.90
160124HRY
39356
Receiver General For Canada
28/01/2016
160124HRY-2
8,909.92
160124HRY
39356
Receiver General For Canada
28/01/2016
SALARY
525.42
Page 12 of 25
Description
SALARY
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 75 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39356
Receiver General For Canada
Vendor Name
28/01/2016
SALARY
227.03
SALARY
39356
Receiver General For Canada
28/01/2016
SALARY
1,359.85
SALARY
39356
Receiver General For Canada
28/01/2016
SALARY
13,005.98
SALARY
39194
Receiver General For Canada
31/12/2015
160103SAL
418.68
160103SAL
39194
Receiver General For Canada
31/12/2015
160103SAL-1
99.86
160103SAL
39194
Receiver General For Canada
31/12/2015
160103SAL-2
12,092.95
160103SAL
39194
Receiver General For Canada
31/12/2015
151227HRY
1,088.94
151227HRY
39194
Receiver General For Canada
31/12/2015
151227HRY-1
193.69
151227HRY
39194
Receiver General For Canada
31/12/2015
151227HRY-2
6,681.77
151227HRY
39242
Receiver General For Canada
14/01/2016
160117SAL
5,271.92
160117SAL
39242
Receiver General For Canada
14/01/2016
160117SAL-1
2,278.23
160117SAL
39242
Receiver General For Canada
14/01/2016
160117SAL-2
10,918.25
160117SAL
39242
Receiver General For Canada
14/01/2016
160110HRY
4,044.20
160110HRY
39242
Receiver General For Canada
14/01/2016
160110HRY-1
1,760.75
160110HRY
39242
Receiver General For Canada
14/01/2016
160110HRY-2
7,545.77
160110HRY
39243
Receiver General For Canada
14/01/2016
151231COU
552.12
151231COU
39243
Receiver General For Canada
14/01/2016
151231COU-1
1,443.92
151231COU
39243
Receiver General For Canada
14/01/2016
160110HRY
588.96
160110HRY
39243
Receiver General For Canada
14/01/2016
160110HRY-1
400.46
160110HRY
39243
Receiver General For Canada
14/01/2016
160110HRY-2
929.47
160110HRY
39195
Receiver General For Canada
31/12/2015
151227HRY
573.62
151227HRY
39195
Receiver General For Canada
31/12/2015
151227HRY-1
386.86
151227HRY
39195
Receiver General For Canada
31/12/2015
151227HRY-2
889.90
151227HRY
39357
Receiver General For Canada
28/01/2016
160124HRY
634.68
160124HRY
39357
Receiver General For Canada
28/01/2016
160124HRY-1
408.27
160124HRY
39357
Receiver General For Canada
28/01/2016
160124HRY-2
859.65
160124HRY
39358
Reliance Home Comfort
07/01/2016
3111 720 JAN16
95.23
Water Heater Rental
39296
Reliance Home Comfort
05/01/2016
3112 544 JAN16
124.30
75 Elizabeth St-Dec Rental
39296
Reliance Home Comfort
28/12/2015
4329 200 DEC15
48.24
67 Sharp - Sept-Dec Rental
39259
Renegade Buyers Group
12/01/2016
3164
45.20
Paper Towels
39297
Rent All Centre
31/12/2015
677517
33.90
Fencing Panels
Page 13 of 25
Description
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 76 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39360
Rent All Centre
Vendor Name
14/12/2015
676548
33.90
Fencing Panels Dec 01-29th
39220
Rick Jones
06/01/2016
95723
342.94
Membership Dues - Jones
39220
Rick Jones
08/01/2016
4022
772.92
Annual OBOA Meeting/Training
39196
Rowley Electric Ltd.
21/12/2015
211623
625.46
Maintenance/Repairs
39298
Rowley Electric Ltd.
18/12/2015
211628
141.25
Outside Lights Water Plant
39361
Rowley Electric Ltd.
11/01/2016
211649
90.40
Electrical Sharp Rd
39198
Scandinavian Building Services Ltd
01/10/2015
IN038675
2,177.80
Cleaning Contract - Oct 15
39198
Scandinavian Building Services Ltd
01/12/2015
IN039325
2,177.80
Cleaning Contract - Dec 15
39362
Scandinavian Building Services Ltd
01/01/2016
IN039675
2,177.80
Janitorial Services January
39363
Scott Drummond Motors Ltd
15/01/2016
60912
107.19
Switch
39254
Sherry Burkitt
08/12/2015
BALANCE OWEING
28.24
Balance Oweing for Purchases
39364
Socan
01/01/2016
88
135.59
Jan-Dec Provisional Invoice
39365
Staples Advantage
11/01/2016
40410748
42.96
Office Supplies Admin
39365
Staples Advantage
06/01/2016
40366496
135.26
Office Supplies Admin
39365
Staples Advantage
06/01/2016
40375808
70.43
Office Supplies Admin
39299
Staples Advantage
22/12/2015
40301152
347.57
Office Supplies Planning
39299
Staples Advantage
22/12/2015
40301182
96.16
Office Supplies Public Works
39299
Staples Advantage
10/12/2015
40200344
84.82
Office Supplies Admin
39299
Staples Advantage
11/12/2015
40214468
53.66
Office Supplies Public Works
39299
Staples Advantage
17/12/2015
40270385
631.62
Office Supplies Admin
39299
Staples Advantage
15/12/2015
40246643
129.87
Office Supplies Admin
39299
Staples Advantage
10/12/2015
40204686
88.55
Office Supplies Admin
39342
Stephen Maxwell
25/01/2016
FOAM SPRAYER
90.00
Foam Sprayer Arena Showers
39222
Stephen Maxwell
05/01/2016
USB CABLE
14.98
Printer/Scanner Cable
39366
Swish Maintenance Ltd
20/01/2016
K539524/S
221.99
Cleaning Supplies
39238
T. A. S. Communications
01/01/2016
333954
39.54
Elevator Monitoring
39238
T. A. S. Communications
01/01/2016
333731
142.49
Answering Service
39367
T. A. S. Communications
01/01/2016
333706
28.25
Emergency Radio Dispatch
39237
TAS-Page Communications
01/01/2016
975166-010116
248.94
Message Centre Service - Jan
39237
TAS-Page Communications
01/01/2016
975165-010116
9,840.89
Message Centre - Jan-Mar 2016
39301
Telizon Inc.
06/01/2016
3795520160106
1,992.72
Telephone Bill Dec Usage
Page 14 of 25
Description
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 77 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39214
Terry Denyes
Vendor Name
05/01/2016
LEVEE 2016
300.00
39319
Tracey Bowker
12/01/2016
2015-24 REFUND
1,000.00
39369
Turris Communications Ltd.
01/01/2016
TCL-1504412
167.24
Pagers
39302
Turris Communications Ltd.
22/12/2015
TCL-1504288
829.43
Radio, Minitor
39302
Turris Communications Ltd.
24/12/2015
TCL-1504925
4,384.40
Recorder
39303
Uniongas
16/12/2015
114-5006 DEC15
1,256.66
75 Elizabeth St
39303
Uniongas
15/12/2015
114-3906 DEC15
279.76
20 Elizabeth St
39303
Uniongas
15/12/2015
114-5049 DEC15
460.47
35 Alice St
39303
Uniongas
17/12/2015
114-4715 DEC15
530.85
67 Sharp Rd
39303
Uniongas
14/12/2015
253-1453 DEC15
381.83
406 Cty Rd 26
39370
Uniongas
18/01/2016
253-1453 JAN16
437.73
406 County Rd 26
39370
Uniongas
19/01/2016
114-5049 JAN16
1,063.20
39370
Uniongas
19/01/2016
114-3906 JAN16
474.47
20 Elizabeth St
39370
Uniongas
21/01/2016
114-4715 JAN16
969.08
67 Sharp Rd
39304
Vanderlaan Installations Ltd.
14/12/2015
9612
203.40
35 Alice Drip Cap Installation
39371
Waste Management
01/02/2016
717-778760
488.36
Waste Collection February
39239
Waste Management
01/01/2016
717-777653
506.85
Waste Colletion
39372
White's Wearparts Ltd
06/01/2016
123295
245.21
Plow Shoe, Shoe Holder
39372
White's Wearparts Ltd
05/01/2016
123285
1,128.49
H.S. Plow, Bolt, Lock Nut
39307
Winslow Gerolamy Motors Ltd
29/12/2015
371102
450.87
Altenator
39373
Winslow Gerolamy Motors Ltd
12/01/2016
373130
65.12
Clamp
39373
Winslow Gerolamy Motors Ltd
12/01/2016
373148
86.40
Flex Hose
39373
Winslow Gerolamy Motors Ltd
11/01/2016
372747
151.14
Flex Hose, Clamp
39373
Winslow Gerolamy Motors Ltd
14/01/2016
373687
417.28
Tank, Clamp
39373
Winslow Gerolamy Motors Ltd
14/01/2016
373637
45.15
Lamp Seale
39240
Winslow Gerolamy Motors Ltd
07/01/2016
372274
3,875.19
39240
Winslow Gerolamy Motors Ltd
07/01/2016
372289
171.88
Filter, Clamp
39309
Wireless Personal Communications Inc.
10/11/2015
NYORKIN53302
901.62
iPhone
39375
Wireless Personal Communications Inc.
12/11/2015
NYORKIN53452
67.69
Car Charger
39308
Workman Repair
10/12/2015
40592
490.14
Truck Servicing
39374
Workman Repair
27/01/2016
40553
109.61
Vehicle Repair
Page 15 of 25
Description
Levee Entertainment
Permit Refund
35 Alice St
Tube Assy, Nut Flange
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39308
Workman Repair
Vendor Name
17/12/2015
40674
7,833.84
Truck Service
Description
39376
Workplace Safety Insurance Bd
28/01/2016
160131SAL
1,616.07
160131SAL
39376
Workplace Safety Insurance Bd
31/01/2016
JANUARY 2016
760.32
39376
Workplace Safety Insurance Bd
28/01/2016
160124HRY
1,449.82
39376
Workplace Safety Insurance Bd
28/01/2016
SALARY
156.72
39203
Workplace Safety Insurance Bd
03/12/2015
151206SAL
1,068.23
151206SAL
39203
Workplace Safety Insurance Bd
03/12/2015
151129HRY
1,320.04
151129HRY
39203
Workplace Safety Insurance Bd
17/12/2015
151220SAL
1,001.81
151220SAL
39203
Workplace Safety Insurance Bd
10/12/2015
151213HRY
1,185.31
151213HRY
39203
Workplace Safety Insurance Bd
31/12/2015
160103SAL
882.50
160103SAL
39203
Workplace Safety Insurance Bd
31/12/2015
151227HRY
1,194.20
151227HRY
39310
Workplace Safety Insurance Bd
14/01/2016
160117SAL
1,603.43
160117SAL
39310
Workplace Safety Insurance Bd
14/01/2016
160110HRY
1,335.42
160110HRY
39376
Workplace Safety Insurance Bd
27/01/2016
27012016
-161.46
Payroll Correction
39311
Xerox Canada Ltd.
27/12/2015
F48493506
574.45
Copying Charges
39311
Xerox Canada Ltd.
27/12/2015
F48503887
54.14
Copying Charges
39311
Xerox Canada Ltd.
27/12/2015
F48520732
251.03
Copying Charges
39377
Xplornet
29/12/2015
INV11780214
67.79
Internet Services
39312
Xstream Services Ltd
23/12/2015
2576
339.85
Copier Charges
39313
Zycom Technology Inc.
31/12/2015
IN-54133-01
610.20
Onsite Diagnostic/Repair
39313
Zycom Technology Inc.
31/12/2015
IN-54157-01
508.50
Remote Monitoring December
39378
Zycom Technology Inc.
12/01/2016
IN-54211-01
1,864.50
Volunteer Forces
160124HRY
SALARY
Work Preformed On Wireless
Page 78 of 148
39383 A.S. Custom Contracting Ltd.
30/11/2015
1691
982.29
Asbestos Abatement
39462 AC Grinding Machine & Tool
28/01/2016
21552
99.44
Sharpen Ice Scraper
39379 Ainley Graham & Associates Ltd.
26/12/2015
IN0012658
2,025.53
39380 Air Liquide/Messer Canada
29/11/2015
63030052
88.27
Cylinder Rental
39380 Air Liquide/Messer Canada
14/12/2015
63430743
83.13
Cylinder Rental
39563 Alarm Systems
01/03/2016
483800
284.76
Monitoring Alarm System
39381 AMCTO
01/02/2016
34119
339.00
Kimmett
39382 AMCTO Zone 5
01/02/2016
KIMMETT 2016
250.00
AMCTO Workshop
39464 Argus-Hazco
02/03/2016
1014532
708.89
Gas Monitor
39432 Argus-Hazco
29/01/2016
1014502
367.85
Gas Monitor
Page 16 of 25
Applewood Subdivision
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 79 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39465 Ascent Solutions Inc.
Vendor Name
10/02/2016
W13909
5,176.53
Poleline
39385 B.M.R.Mfg., Inc.,
18/01/2016
350483
1,095.70
Road Signs
39433 Bardon Supplies Limited
28/01/2016
5947828
264.35
39466 Barrett's Farm & Family Centre
31/12/2015
12158
1,815.20
Cover All Repair
39467 Behan Construction Limited
05/02/2016
4352
3,466.84
Equipment Rental
39384 Bell Canada
01/02/2016
300291338 FEB16
212.44
Internet Line
39468 Bell Canada
20/01/2016
521274748 JAN16
212.44
Internet Line
39434 Bell Canada-Public Access
28/01/2016
142210
56.50
Pay Phone
39470 Blossoms Flower Shop
05/02/2016
183188
113.00
Flower Arrangements
39473 Brian Brose
05/09/2015
209812
339.00
Grass Cutting Coey Property
39386 Brighton Automotive &
26/01/2016
14833-59011
-135.60
Core Return
39386 Brighton Automotive &
26/01/2016
14833-58977
417.98
Brake Pads, Calipers
39386 Brighton Automotive &
22/01/2016
14833-58825
4.78
Pins
39386 Brighton Automotive &
15/01/2016
14833-58380
21.61
Ratchet Strap
39386 Brighton Automotive &
12/11/2015
14833-54082
7.42
Fuel Cap
39386 Brighton Automotive &
28/01/2016
14833-59184
169.33
Hydraulic Fluid
39386 Brighton Automotive &
28/01/2016
14833-59193
18.77
Celsius Allveh Ext A/F
39436 Brighton Automotive &
29/01/2016
14833-59242
37.74
U-Joint
39436 Brighton Automotive &
04/02/2016
14833-59639
3.12
Parts/Supplies
39436 Brighton Automotive &
04/02/2016
14833-59623
6.05
Parts/Supplies
39436 Brighton Automotive &
02/02/2016
14833-59437
22.70
Oil, Air Filters
39471 Brighton Automotive &
08/02/2016
14833-59876
3.45
Quick Pin
39471 Brighton Automotive &
08/02/2016
14833-59852
90.98
Oil & Oil Filter
39471 Brighton Automotive &
08/02/2016
14833-59805
9.01
Oil Filter
39471 Brighton Automotive &
08/02/2016
14833-59851
239.33
Hydraulic Fluid Pail
39472 Brighton Speedway
01/10/2015
652072
678.00
Dash Plaques
39443 C.W. Enterprise
06/01/2016
06012016
32.93
Chain, File
39437 Caduceon Enterprises Inc.
31/01/2016
16-1163
1,037.00
Brighton WTP
39437 Caduceon Enterprises Inc.
31/01/2016
16-1166
45.09
North Firehall
39437 Caduceon Enterprises Inc.
31/01/2016
16-1164
45.09
Codrington Hall
39437 Caduceon Enterprises Inc.
31/01/2016
16-1165
45.09
Hilton Hall
39437 Caduceon Enterprises Inc.
31/01/2016
16-1167
1,591.89
39474 Cambium Environmental
05/02/2016
2015-17785
791.00
39476 Canadian National Railways
01/02/2016
91194724
1,552.50
Public Crossing Maintenance
39441 Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
25/01/2016
11081553
1,208.50
Flasher Contract
Page 17 of 25
Description
Air Filters
Brighton WPCP
Meetings & Administration
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Invoice #
Amount
39477 CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
11/02/2016
Vendor Name
Date
160214SAL
222.71
160214SAL
Description
39477 CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
11/02/2016
160207HRY
450.46
160207HRY
39477 CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
25/02/2016
160228SAL
195.66
160228SAL
39477 CANADIAN UNION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
25/02/2016
160221HRY
463.71
160221HRY
Page 80 of 148
39388 Chalmers Enterprises/U Serv
03/02/2016
961158
99.00
Coffee
39438 Chalmers Enterprises/U Serv
29/01/2016
961157
99.00
Coffe & Filters
39475 Cheer Homes
22/02/2016
2015-22
1,000.00
Permit Refund
39435 Claude Bernier
10/02/2016
10022016
735.00
Livestock Claim
39469 Claude Bernier
16/02/2016
16022016
700.00
Livestock Claim
39440 Cole's Tim-Br Mart
26/01/2016
2668042
45.19
Primer Sealer
39440 Cole's Tim-Br Mart
26/01/2016
2668041
85.20
Painting Supplies
39440 Cole's Tim-Br Mart
22/01/2016
2667894
23.73
Lag Bolt, /washer
39440 Cole's Tim-Br Mart
28/01/2016
2668099
45.18
Rural Mailbox
39440 Cole's Tim-Br Mart
28/01/2016
2668098
28.86
Float Rod, Lever,Hinge Bolts
39411 Compass Minerals
18/01/2016
72506226
4,815.43
Salt Supply
39411 Compass Minerals
20/01/2016
1073113223360
3,356.85
Salt Supply
39411 Compass Minerals
15/01/2016
72505772
3,475.34
Salt Supply
39411 Compass Minerals
15/01/2016
72505773
14,223.83
Salt Supply
39390 Corix Water Products (East)
08/01/2016
10616001119
982.76
Water Parts/Supplies
39390 Corix Water Products (East)
18/01/2016
10616003236
247.94
Water Parts/Supplies
39390 Corix Water Products (East)
18/01/2016
10616003238
88.68
Water Parts/Supplies
39457 County Of Northumberland
09/02/2016
09022016 TAGS
2,310.00
Bag Tag Remittance
39457 County Of Northumberland
27/01/2016
28538
313.84
39418 County Of Northumberland
03/02/2016
03022016 TAGS
4,303.75
Bag Tag Remittance
39496 County Of Northumberland
23/02/2016
23022016 TAGS
4,606.25
Bag Tag Remittance
39442 Cunningham Swan
29/01/2016
136838
678.28
Subdivision Servicing Opinion
39442 Cunningham Swan
29/01/2016
136839
230.52
General Advice Planning
39442 Cunningham Swan
29/01/2016
136835
950.81
Industrial Park Expansion
39391 Custom Blended Treatments Ltd.
22/01/2016
10131
1,189.27
39487 D. Koets Plumbing And Heating
26/06/2015
305864
423.75
Snake Out Sewer
39392 Darke Heating Ltd
20/01/2016
31278
161.03
Furnace Service Hilton Hall
39393 De Lage Landen Financial Services Canada11/01/2016
Inc.
5823612
166.85
Copier Contract
39482 Dennis Fletcher
06/01/2016
POSTER
28.25
History Week Poster
39482 Dennis Fletcher
04/02/2016
15419
118.65
T-Shirts
39444 Diamond Municipal Solutions
03/02/2016
D23499
663.88
Year End Update
Page 18 of 25
Staff Training
Cal Clear
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 81 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39445 Digital Postage On Call
Vendor Name
03/02/2016
03022016
4,520.00
Postage For Meter
39515 Doug Simpson Electric
09/02/2016
3427
725.38
Repair Traffic Light
39394 Eastern Ontario Waterworks Ass
01/02/2016
5 - 2016
100.00
2016 Municipal Dues
39478 Elliott Refrigeration Ltd.
03/02/2016
35998
777.02
Element/Thermostat For Range
39479 EMC Your Community Newspaper
31/01/2016
OTD0592830
81.36
Civic Award Advertising
39479 EMC Your Community Newspaper
07/01/2016
OTD0587493
81.53
Christmas Tree P/U
39479 EMC Your Community Newspaper
28/01/2016
OTD0595848
81.53
Budget Meeting
39480 Evoqua Water Technologies Ltd.
27/01/2016
902490422
4,291.99
39395 Evoqua Water Technologies Ltd.
14/01/2016
902476601
964.07
39396 Fanchem Ltd.
12/01/2016
52779
7,829.00
Ferric Chloride Solution
39481 Farwes Homes Ltd
22/02/2016
2015-31
1,000.00
Permit Refund
39446 Fire Marshal's Public Fire Safety Council 02/02/2016
IN003742
100.00
Membership Renewal
39503 Fred Pryor Seminars
10/02/2016
19143341
337.87
Seminar Fees
39447 Gerow Propane
03/02/2016
301412
307.55
Propane Hilton Hall
39447 Gerow Propane
03/02/2016
303022
513.61
Propane Firehall
39397 Gerow Propane
25/01/2016
301403
1,395.32
39398 Gin-Cor Industries Inc.
25/01/2016
35466
473.90
39399 GSS Engineering Consultants Ltd.
31/12/2015
335-15
9,787.53
39399 GSS Engineering Consultants Ltd.
31/12/2015
334-15
797.99
39483 GSS Engineering Consultants Ltd.
08/12/2015
297-15
18,995.33
WPCP Management Nov 2015
39483 GSS Engineering Consultants Ltd.
16/02/2016
001-16
19,441.93
WPCP Management Jan 2016
39449 Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP27/10/2015
355241
4,111.51
Professional Services
39449 Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP27/10/2015
363851
457.65
Professional Services
39449 Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP27/10/2015
363850
50.85
Professional Services
39400 HPEMFAA Training Complex
26/01/2016
201654
4,921.15
Ice Water Rescue
39401 Hydro One
22/01/2016
200101528251 JAN16
11,488.28
75 Elizabeth St
39401 Hydro One
18/01/2016
200030047638 JAN16
337.11
Hope Street
39401 Hydro One
19/01/2016
200053142934 JAN16
1,188.02
35 Dundas St
39401 Hydro One
18/01/2016
200045751231 JAN16
506.39
20 Elizabeth St
39401 Hydro One
19/01/2016
200050124315 JAN16
10,271.14
100 Cty Rd 64
39401 Hydro One
18/01/2016
200077682924 JAN16
62.19
Memorial Park
39401 Hydro One
18/01/2016
200063481720 JAN16
185.06
37 Pinnacle St
39401 Hydro One
26/01/2016
200003833790 JAN16
37.68
Butler Streetlights
39402 Industrial Alliance
01/02/2016
01022016
25,369.32
February Premium
39450 Industrial Refrigerated System
26/01/2016
216753
2,293.90
Replace Amonia Relief Valve
Page 19 of 25
Description
Metering Premia Pump
Pump Kit
Propane Chatten Rd Garage
Pins, Lift Lock
Brighton WPCP Management
RFP Sewage Lagoon
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 82 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39428 Ivan B. Wallace
Vendor Name
02/11/2015
20261
4,633.00
39387 J Bryant Plumbing
27/01/2016
131
241.53
Funnels Brighton Reservoir
39484 JB Printing (Trenton) Ltd.
09/02/2016
34615
11.30
Scanning/Emailing
39403 JC Group
18/01/2016
41428
836.69
Fuel Public Works
39451 JC Group
31/01/2016
41603
235.82
Fuel Parks & Rec
39451 JC Group
31/01/2016
41620
251.81
Water Dept Fuel
39451 JC Group
31/01/2016
41575
76.01
Bldg & Bylaw Fuel
39451 JC Group
31/01/2016
41619
125.56
Waster Water Fuel
39451 JC Group
31/01/2016
41608
548.79
Public Works Fuel
39405 L.B. Welding
25/01/2016
33771
234.49
Repair Wing Hinge
39405 L.B. Welding
22/01/2016
33764
47.46
Machine Pin Caps
39405 L.B. Welding
19/01/2016
33749
22.60
Aluminum Angle Cut To Size
39405 L.B. Welding
21/12/2015
33679
1,356.00
Box Repairs Truck #402
39404 Lakeport Power
08/01/2016
113514
-163.57
Returned Items
39404 Lakeport Power
08/01/2016
113513
261.71
Gloves
39489 Landmark Associates Limited
03/02/2016
157269
7,582.64
39489 Landmark Associates Limited
03/02/2016
157270
345.69
Mac's Gas Bar Dec 2015
39489 Landmark Associates Limited
03/02/2016
157271
826.05
Rosslyn Phase 2 Dec 2015
39489 Landmark Associates Limited
03/02/2016
157272
364.30
McDoanlds Dec 2015
39489 Landmark Associates Limited
03/02/2016
157273
999.86
Applewood Meadows Dec 2015
39489 Landmark Associates Limited
03/02/2016
157274
3,593.23
Lakeside Landing Dec 2015
39489 Landmark Associates Limited
03/02/2016
157286
491.10
Tackaberry Ridge Dec 2015
39488 Len Kuipers Homes
23/02/2016
PERMIT 2014-166
1,000.00
39453 Lloyd Burns McIinnis LLP
18/01/2016
8767
419.57
Water Damage
39486 Lucas Kelly
16/02/2016
CASE/CHARGER
79.09
Cell Phone Case/Charger
39410 Marilyn Pickell
02/02/2016
UTENSILS
61.88
Kitchen Utensils Community Cen
39427 Mark Walas
14/01/2016
ROMA 2016
800.00
ROMA/OGRA per diem/meals
39456 Mike & Lori's No Frills
01/02/2016
08 6889
29.66
Grocery Items
39456 Mike & Lori's No Frills
13/01/2016
01 6930
38.21
Grocery Items
39456 Mike & Lori's No Frills
06/01/2016
08 3958
9.33
Grocery Supplies
39456 Mike & Lori's No Frills
01/02/2016
08 6936
9.01
Grocery Supplies
39456 Mike & Lori's No Frills
26/01/2016
08 3759
17.42
Grocery Supplies
39456 Mike & Lori's No Frills
05/01/2016
08 2870
11.93
Grocery Supplies
39417 Minister Of Finance
15/01/2016
17130116071
149,432.00
39491 Minister Of Finance EHT
11/02/2016
160214SAL
1,105.76
Page 20 of 25
Description
Road Closure
Planning Services Dec 2015
Permit Refund 2014-166
Policing Contract January
160214SAL
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 83 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39491 Minister Of Finance EHT
Vendor Name
11/02/2016
160207HRY
1,001.02
160207HRY
39491 Minister Of Finance EHT
11/02/2016
160131COU
207.08
160131COU
39491 Minister Of Finance EHT
25/02/2016
160228SAL
1,048.30
160228SAL
39491 Minister Of Finance EHT
25/02/2016
160221HRY
1,036.49
160221HRY
39492 Minister Of Finance/MTO
24/02/2016
2016 LICENSES
16,938.00
2016 License Renewals
39493 Mitchell Fire Protection Systems
16/02/2016
7218
177.41
Replace Sprinkler Head
39454 Monarch Print Services
26/01/2016
6763
346.05
A/P Cheques
39406 Murray's Rug Rental
01/02/2016
10591
56.00
Rug Rental Arena
39406 Murray's Rug Rental
01/02/2016
10590
44.50
Rug Rental Firehall
39406 Murray's Rug Rental
01/02/2016
10589
104.00
Rug Rental Alice St
39406 Murray's Rug Rental
01/02/2016
10592
88.00
Rug Rental Public Works
39407 National Sanitation And
20/01/2016
343060
462.00
Garbage Bags
39494 NEPSMAA/NEFEC
05/02/2016
549
310.75
Registration Fees
39495 Noco Fuels
02/02/2016
FCSINV15199
134.46
Diesel Fuel
39495 Noco Fuels
03/02/2016
FCSINV15250
1,856.64
Diesel Fuel
39495 Noco Fuels
05/02/2016
FCSINV15598
525.33
39495 Noco Fuels
10/02/2016
FCSINV16219
3,045.87
39455 Noco Fuels
22/01/2016
FCSINV13535
257.82
Gasoline
39416 North'd Cty. Fire Chiefs Assoc
19/01/2016
7
800.00
Yearly Membership
39523 Northumberland County
31/01/2016
W006337
327.75
Tipping Fees
39408 Northumberland Food For Thought
28/01/2016
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
300.00
Food For Thought Grant
39497 OMERS
11/02/2016
160214SAL
11,300.84
160214SAL
39497 OMERS
11/02/2016
160207HRY
7,018.92
160207HRY
39497 OMERS
25/02/2016
160228SAL
10,678.94
160228SAL
39497 OMERS
25/02/2016
160221HRY
7,001.34
160221HRY
39458 Ontario Aggregate
30/01/2016
16-168244
200.00
Telephone Rd Pit
39458 Ontario Aggregate
30/01/2016
16-168241
811.14
Gainforth Pit
39458 Ontario Aggregate
30/01/2016
16-168251
200.00
Flindall Pit
39458 Ontario Aggregate
30/01/2016
16-168252
421.36
Herrington Pit
39459 Ontario One Call
31/01/2016
201664956
55.31
January 2016
39409 Orkin Canada Corporation
22/01/2016
IN-6699956
73.45
Pest Control
39498 Ottawa Rental & Supply Ltd.
04/02/2016
11762-0001
6.79
Rearview Mirror
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
27/01/2016
93921
20.33
Hose Nozzle
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
27/01/2016
93915
6.77
Murphy Oil Cleaner
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
26/01/2016
93904
67.78
LED Lights
Page 21 of 25
Description
Gasoline
Diesel Fuel
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 84 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
Vendor Name
26/01/2016
93901
102.78
Mailboxes
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
25/01/2016
93880
33.28
Seal, Cap
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
25/01/2016
93863
28.24
Mailbox
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
14/01/2016
93684
20.33
Filters
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
20/01/2016
93784
11.29
Garbage Can
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
14/01/2016
93685
7.90
Lamps
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
14/01/2016
93682
7.90
Lights
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
12/01/2016
93620
35.01
Snow Brush/Pusher
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
11/01/2016
93598
36.69
Doorsweep, Foam Tape
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
26/01/2016
93890
74.47
Connector, Plug
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
07/01/2016
93523
70.67
Lights, Flags
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
05/01/2016
93491
39.24
Couplings, Bushings, Pail/Lid
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
20/01/2016
93782
40.07
Shovel, Propane Cylinder
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
04/01/2016
93479
67.96
Batteries, Brake Cleaner
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
13/01/2016
93650
57.07
Cleaner, Mophead,Security Snap
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
14/01/2016
93674
60.57
Flexsnake Tool, Bits, Lights
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
15/01/2016
93704
5.74
Wall Protector, Plugs
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
15/01/2016
93705
31.35
Poly Scoop, Anti Freeze
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
18/01/2016
93731
16.11
White Chalk, Flapper
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
26/01/2016
93891
107.27
Cable, Mophead/Handle
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
26/01/2016
93892
64.57
Faucet
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
26/01/2016
93900
46.26
Windshield Washer, Flapper
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
29/01/2016
93956
57.87
Lights, Cable Ties, Cleaner
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
21/01/2016
93800
10.95
Hinge Zamboni Door
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
04/01/2016
93475
31.05
LED Lantern, Battery
39499 Pare's Home Hardware
04/01/2016
93477
98.29
Ontario/Canada Flags
39485 Pat Johnston
17/02/2016
OAGA 2016
120.00
OAGA Membership Dues
39419 Pepsi Bottling Group
27/01/2016
5123208
422.42
Pepsi Machine Supplies
39500 Pesce & Associates
31/01/2016
622
1,186.50
Research Review Documents
39501 Petty Cash
10/02/2016
24022016
45.00
Replenish Petty Cash - P.W.
39502 Pine Ridge Chapter, O.B.O.A.
24/02/2016
JONES/GRENNING
120.00
2016 Memberships
39420 Practica
28/01/2016
36401
253.64
Pick Up Bags - Dogs
39504 Purolator Courier Ltd.
05/02/2016
430233513
8.70
Courier Services
39504 Purolator Courier Ltd.
29/01/2016
430129993
11.02
Courier Services
39421 Purolator Courier Ltd.
15/01/2016
430000338
44.02
Courier Services
Page 22 of 25
Description
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 85 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39421 Purolator Courier Ltd.
Vendor Name
22/01/2016
430064713
12.57
Courier Services
39421 Purolator Courier Ltd.
15/01/2016
430026632
4.83
Courier Services
39505 Quinte Business Achievement Awards
19/01/2016
2016 SPONSORSHIP
1,000.00
39507 Quinte Truck And Trailer Parts
09/02/2016
172-107400
124.53
Convex MRR
39507 Quinte Truck And Trailer Parts
09/02/2016
172-107418
86.76
LED Flood Light
39422 Quinte West Animal Control
01/02/2016
01-16
1,130.00
39506 Quinte West Chamber of Commerce
03/02/2016
1865
25.00
39389 Randy Cipparone
31/12/2015
31122015
1,260.00
Trapping Services
39439 Randy Cipparone
31/12/2015
31122015 WHITE'S RD
480.00
Trapping Services
39508 Receiver General For Canada
25/02/2016
160228SAL
4,891.80
160228SAL
39508 Receiver General For Canada
25/02/2016
160228SAL-1
2,242.62
160228SAL
39508 Receiver General For Canada
25/02/2016
160228SAL-2
10,646.54
160228SAL
39508 Receiver General For Canada
25/02/2016
160221HRY
4,096.26
160221HRY
39508 Receiver General For Canada
25/02/2016
160221HRY-1
1,821.59
160221HRY
39508 Receiver General For Canada
25/02/2016
160221HRY-2
7,675.37
160221HRY
39460 Receiver General For Canada
11/02/2016
160214SAL
5,167.08
160214SAL
39460 Receiver General For Canada
11/02/2016
160214SAL-1
2,321.13
160214SAL
39460 Receiver General For Canada
11/02/2016
160214SAL-2
11,164.82
160214SAL
39460 Receiver General For Canada
11/02/2016
160207HRY
4,025.70
160207HRY
39460 Receiver General For Canada
11/02/2016
160207HRY-1
1,752.95
160207HRY
39460 Receiver General For Canada
11/02/2016
160207HRY-2
7,462.47
160207HRY
39461 Receiver General For Canada
11/02/2016
160207HRY
597.52
160207HRY
39461 Receiver General For Canada
11/02/2016
160207HRY-1
378.16
160207HRY
39461 Receiver General For Canada
11/02/2016
160207HRY-2
741.98
160207HRY
39461 Receiver General For Canada
11/02/2016
160131COU
562.68
160131COU
39461 Receiver General For Canada
11/02/2016
160131COU-1
1,468.93
160131COU
39509 Receiver General For Canada
25/02/2016
160221HRY
706.90
160221HRY
39509 Receiver General For Canada
25/02/2016
160221HRY-1
428.13
160221HRY
39509 Receiver General For Canada
25/02/2016
160221HRY-2
889.93
160221HRY
39510 Reliance Home Comfort
02/02/2016
3112 544 FEB16
124.30
75 Elizabeth St
39452 Rick Jones
03/02/2016
FEES 2016
107.00
Annual Fees
39511 Rock, Paper, Scissors
09/02/2016
71665
45.20
Clip board
39511 Rock, Paper, Scissors
08/02/2016
71634
38.42
Office Supplies
39423 Rock, Paper, Scissors
26/01/2016
71421
97.18
Laser Toner
39512 Rosslyn Builders Ltd.
24/02/2016
PERMIT 2014-23
1,000.00
Page 23 of 25
Description
Sponsorship 2016
Animal Control January
Luncheon
Permit Refund 2014-23
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 86 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39512 Rosslyn Builders Ltd.
Vendor Name
24/02/2016
PERMIT 2014-18
1,000.00
39513 Rowley Electric Ltd.
28/01/2016
211695
124.55
Replace Ballasts
39513 Rowley Electric Ltd.
04/02/2016
211705
90.40
Install Plugs
39514 SCM Insurance Services
15/02/2016
33922-006093
1,742.60
Insurance Claim
39516 Sine's Flooring
30/12/2015
26353
7,539.64
Flooring
39517 Socan
01/02/2016
89
135.59
39518 Spirit Signs
03/02/2016
9004
2,034.00
39519 Staples Advantage
04/02/2016
40645743
383.34
Office Supplies
39519 Staples Advantage
09/02/2016
40684792
123.20
Office Supplies
39519 Staples Advantage
03/02/2016
40634448
305.07
Office Supplies
39519 Staples Advantage
02/02/2016
40626680
365.17
Office Supplies
39519 Staples Advantage
15/01/2016
40462723
195.48
Office Supplies
39519 Staples Advantage
28/01/2016
40589259
304.85
Office Supplies
39519 Staples Advantage
28/01/2016
40588878
119.36
Office Supplies
39519 Staples Advantage
28/01/2016
40589411
220.01
Ink Cartridges
39490 Stephen Maxwell
22/02/2016
MONITOR CORDS
36.14
Monitor Cords
39490 Stephen Maxwell
22/02/2016
INK CARTRIDGE
28.25
Ink Cartridge
39520 Sterlmar Equipment
12/01/2016
160039
946.94
LED Lighthead, Spotlight
39448 Steve Grenning
03/02/2016
REGISTRATION 2016
519.94
Registration & Renewal Fees
39521 T. A. S. Communications
01/02/2016
334101
159.10
Answering Service
39521 T. A. S. Communications
01/02/2016
334076
28.25
Emergency Radio Dispatch
39521 T. A. S. Communications
01/02/2016
334326
41.91
Elevator Alarm Monitoring
39412 TAS-Page Communications
01/02/2016
975166-020116
203.85
Message Centre Service
39424 Technical Standards And
14/01/2016
2801741
585.05
Inspection 75 Elizabeth St
39522 Tenaquip Limited
28/01/2016
10040346-00
880.52
Hi-Boy
39524 Turris Communications Ltd.
01/02/2016
TCL-1505680
167.24
Pager Rentals
39524 Turris Communications Ltd.
22/02/2016
TCL-1507440
10,589.68
Radio's
39425 Turris Communications Ltd.
22/01/2016
TCL-1505269
1,081.22
New Dispatch Cutover
39425 Turris Communications Ltd.
12/01/2016
TCL-1505143
83.06
Minitor Service
39413 Turris Communications Ltd.
26/01/2016
TCL-1505518
231.34
Service Minitor
39525 UniformUniforms
05/01/2016
44289
493.25
Uniform Supplies
39525 UniformUniforms
05/01/2016
44293
33.34
Uniform Supplies
39526 Uniongas
15/02/2016
253-1453 FEB16
524.52
406 County Rd 26
39526 Uniongas
18/02/2016
114-5006 FEB16
1,727.78
75 Elizabeth St
39526 Uniongas
17/02/2016
114-5049 FEB16
1,223.38
35 Alice Street
Page 24 of 25
Description
Permit Refund 2014-18
Tariff 7
Hall of Honour Letters
January Accounts Payables
Cheque#
Page 87 of 148
Date
Invoice #
Amount
39426 Uniongas
Vendor Name
20/01/2016
114-5006 JAN16
1,733.31
39527 Upper Canada Office Systems
05/02/2016
93701
214.70
39528 White's Wearparts Ltd
25/01/2016
123405
1,073.50
39529 Willow Publishing Co
04/02/2016
B11952
750.05
Transit Map
39529 Willow Publishing Co
20/01/2016
15619
395.50
Tour Guide Advertising
39429 Willow Publishing Co
26/01/2016
B11903
72.32
Civic Award Tickets
39414 Willow Publishing Co
28/01/2016
15669
395.50
Brighton Cramahe Tour Guide
39414 Willow Publishing Co
21/01/2016
B11876
661.05
Window Envelopes
39430 Wireless Personal Communications Inc.
26/01/2016
NYORKIN57438
395.49
Blackberry
39530 Workman Repair
08/01/2016
40916
478.07
Vehicle Maintenance
39530 Workman Repair
21/01/2016
41068
458.62
Vehicle Maintenance
39531 Workplace Safety Insurance Bd
11/02/2016
160214SAL
1,633.12
160214SAL
39531 Workplace Safety Insurance Bd
11/02/2016
160207HRY
1,316.46
160207HRY
39531 Workplace Safety Insurance Bd
25/02/2016
160228SAL
1,548.23
160228SAL
39531 Workplace Safety Insurance Bd
25/02/2016
160221HRY
1,346.72
160221HRY
39531 Workplace Safety Insurance Bd
29/01/2016
FEB 2016
760.32
39532 Xerox Canada Ltd.
05/02/2016
L07966571
1,629.15
39532 Xerox Canada Ltd.
26/01/2016
F48641999
10.18
Copying Charges
39532 Xerox Canada Ltd.
26/01/2016
F48667520
615.83
Copying Charges
39532 Xerox Canada Ltd.
28/01/2016
F48678564
211.55
Copying Meter Charges
39431 Xplornet
29/01/2016
INV12106397
67.79
Internet Fire Dept
39415 Zee Medical Canada, Inc
22/01/2016
32787101
238.61
Gloves
39533 Zee Medical Canada, Inc
12/02/2016
160420680
55.11
First Aid Supplies
39533 Zee Medical Canada, Inc
12/02/2016
160420679
31.00
First Aid Supplies
39533 Zee Medical Canada, Inc
12/02/2016
160420681
262.67
First Aid Supplies
39533 Zee Medical Canada, Inc
12/02/2016
160420682
53.71
First Aid Supplies
39533 Zee Medical Canada, Inc
12/02/2016
160420690
98.46
First Aid Supplies
39534 Zycom Technology Inc.
29/01/2016
IN-54380-01
508.50
Remote Monitoring Jan 2016
January Payables Total
1,723,137.16
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Description
75 Elizabeth St
Inserter Maintenance
Western Proplus
Volunteer Services
Lease Contract
Municipality of Brighton
Council Meeting
Council Date:
21 Mar 2016
To:
Council
Prepared By:
Linda Widdifield, Director of Finance & Administrative
Services
Reviewed By:
Department:
Public Works & Development
Subject/Title:
January and February 2016 Public Works Operations
Report
Recommendation:
That Council receive the January and February 2016 Public Works Operations Report as
information
Attachments:
January 2016 PW Operations Report
February 2016 PW Operations Report
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January 2016 Public Works Operations
Urban services
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Jan 4, garbage removal in downtown core and snow removal in Municipal
parking lots.
Jan 5, snow removal in down town core, Elizabeth Street and Main Street.
Jan 6, shop maintenance and Christmas tree pick up.
Jan 7, Christmas tree pick up, various work orders and assisted Water Dept.
Jan 8, garbage removal in downtown core and digging test holes on Bay Street.
Jan 10, unplugged flooded catch basin on Loyalist Parkway.
Jan 11, Salted all Urban Roads and sidewalks, Christmas tree pick up and various
work orders.
Jan 12, plowed snow and salted all Urban Roads and sidewalks.
Jan 13, plowed snow and salted all Urban Roads and sidewalks, Road inspections
and ordered 4 loads of salt.
Jan 14, plowed and salted all Urban Roads and sidewalks and Road inspections.
Jan 15, salted all Urban Roads and sidewalks, garbage removal in down town
core and Christmas tree pick up and salt was delivered.
Jan 18, plowed and salted all Urban Roads and sidewalks and picked up sign
order from Campbellford.
Jan 19, salted all Urban roads and sidewalks, Christmas tree pick up and snow
removal in Municipal parking lots
Jan 20, snow removal in down town core, Main Street and Elizabeth Street,
plowed and salted all Urban Roads and Christmas tree pick up.
Jan 21, shop maintenance to prepare for renovations.
Jan 22, garbage removal in down town core, sign replacement and mapping out
storm sewers on Alice Street.
Jan 25, shop maintenance, garbage removal in down town core, sign
replacement and various work orders.
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Jan 26, Contractors replacing floors at 67 Sharp Road, salted all Urban Roads
and culvert installation on Butler Street West.
Jan 27, salted all Urban Roads and sidewalks and plowed sidewalks in
Tackaberry Ridge subdivision.
Jan 28, salted all Urban Roads and sidewalks.
Jan 29, salted all Urban Roads and sidewalks.
Rural Services
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Jan 4, shop maintenance.
Jan 6, cut and chipped large tree on Grosjean Road, blocked off Boes Road for a
traffic incident and shop maintenance.
Jan 7, ditching on Lakeshore Road and Huff Road intersection and various work
orders.
Jan 8, changing plow blades and cold patching on Cramahe Hill Road.
Jan 11, sanded all Rural Roads, cold patching on Goodrich Road various work
orders and replaced weather stripping on Hilton Hall doors.
Jan 12, plowed snow and sanded all Rural Roads.
Jan 13, plowed snow and sanded all Rural Roads and ordered 1 load of salt.
Jan 14, plowed and sanded all Rural Roads.
Jan 15, sanded all Rural Roads and salt was delivered.
Jan 18, plowed and sanded all Rural Roads.
Jan 19, sanded all Rural Roads.
Jan 20, plowed and sanded all Rural Roads.
Jan 21, Road inspections and replaced various Municipal signs.
Jan 22, Road inspections.
Jan 25, replaced mailbox on Ross Road.
Jan 26, cold patching on Little Lake Road and Telephone Road West.
Jan 27, sanded all Rural Roads.
Jan 28, sanded all Rural Roads.
Jan 29, sanded all Rural Roads.
Scott Hodgson,
Public Works Operations Supervisor.
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February 2016 Public Works Operations
Urban services
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Feb 1, cold patching of Walt Street, Prince Edward Street, Main Street, Kingsley
Street, Grimes Street and Dundas Street and shop and equipment maintenance.
Feb 2, shop and equipment maintenance, cold patching various Roads and
picked up 2 loads of cold patch from Belleville.
Feb 3, salted all Urban Roads and sidewalks and shop and equipment
maintenance.
Feb 4, cold patching various Urban Roads and shop and equipment maintenance.
Feb 5, garbage removal in downtown core and cold patching of various Urban
Raods.
Feb 6, staff in to plow all Urban Roads and sidewalks.
Feb 8, garbage removal in downtown core and cold patching of various Urban
Roads.
Feb 9, plowed and salted all Urban Roads and sidewalks and equipment
maintenance.
Feb 10, plowed and salted all Urban Roads and sidewalks.
Feb 11, cold patching of various Urban Roads and ordered 3 loads of salt.
Feb 12, garbage removal in down town core, shop work and picked up a sign
order from Campbellford.
Feb 16, plowed and salted all Urban Roads and sidewalks.
Feb 17, plowed and salted all Urban Roads and sidewalks.
Feb 18, plowed and salted all Urban Roads and sidewalks and removed snow
from Municipal parking lots.
Feb 19, snow removal in Municipal parking lots and cul-de-sacs, garbage removal
in down town core and various work orders.
Feb 22, garbage removal in down town core, and cold patching on Alice Street ,
Singleton Street, Chapel Street, Division Street, Sandford Street, Applewood
Drive and the Curling Club.
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Feb 23, storm sewer work on Meade Street, replaced various street signs and
cold patching of various Urban Roads.
• Feb 24, plowed and salted all Urban Roads and sidewalks
• Feb 25, salted all Urban Roads and sidewalks.
• Feb 26, salted all Urban Roads and sidewalks.
• Feb 29, installing half load signs on Municipal Roads, garbage removal in down
town core, chipped a tree on Bay Street and salted all Urban Roads and
sidewalks in the evening.
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Feb 2, cold patching various Rural Roads.
Feb 3, sanded all Rural Roads and equipment maintenance.
Feb 4, replaced sign on Grosjean road and cold patching on Presquile Parkway,
Lakeshore Road, Boundry Road, Lawson Road, Little Lake Road, Alexander Road,
Huff Road, Carman Road East/West, Percy Boom Road, Chatten Road,
Goodfellow Road, Old Wooler Road, Lord Road, Jamison Road and Cowan Road
Feb 5, cold patching of various Rural Roads.
Feb 6, staff in to plow all Rural Roads.
Feb 8, Road inspections and cold patching on Lawson Settlement Road, Stoney
point Road North and Telephone Road East.
Feb 9, plowed all Rural Roads and equipment maintenance.
Feb 10, plowed and sanded all Rural Roads.
Feb 11, road inspections and cold patching of Scriver Road North, Telephone
Road East/West and Whites Road.
Feb 16, plowed and sanded all Rural Roads.
Feb 17, plowed and sanded all Rural Roads.
Feb 18, plowed and sanded all Rural Roads.
Feb 20, sanded all Rural Roads.
Feb 22, cold patching on Whites Road, Georgina Street, Cramahe Hill Road,
Aranda Way, Cederdale Road and Loomis Road.
Feb 23, cold patching of various Rural Roads and contractors in to remove dead
trees from Pinewood School Road.
Feb 24, plowed and sanded all Rural Roads.
Feb 25, sanded all Rural Roads.
Feb 26, sanded all Rural Roads.
Feb 29, chipping trees on Richmond Street and Pinewood School road and
sanded all Rural Roads in the evening.
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Scott Hodgson,
Public Works Operations Supervisor.
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Municipality of Brighton
Council Meeting
Council Date:
21 Mar 2016
To:
Council
Prepared By:
Vicki Kimmett, Deputy Clerk
Reviewed By:
Department:
Clerks
Subject/Title:
Council Code of Conduct
Recommendation:
That Council approves the report Council Code of Conduct and approves the by-law
establishing a Council Code of Conduct.
Background/Purpose:
At the February 17, 2016 Council meeting, Council passed the following resolution:
Whereas the council of the Municipality of Brighton continues to reference and refer to
"accountability and transparency". Therefore be it resolved that council direct staff to
provide a report on adopting a best practices "Council Code of Conduct" for the
Municipality of Brighton, as soon as possible. This report should include, but not be
limited to, recommendations from the office of the Ombudsman of Ontario.
The Ombudsman of Ontario recommends adopting a Code of Conduct for Council.
However, it is the responsibility of a Council to produce the Code of Conduct.
The attached by-law is from Northumberland County and has been adapted to the
Municipality of Brighton. Northumberland County has a very straightforward Code of Conduct that
emphasizes both accountability and transparency, and addresses best practices for Council.
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THE CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF BRIGHTON
BY-LAW NO. xxx-2016
Being a by-law to establish a Code of Conduct for members of
Council of the Corporation of the Municipality of Brighton.
Whereas Section 11 of the Municipal Act 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25, as
amended, authorizes municipalities to pass by‐laws regarding
Accountability and Transparency of the municipality and its operations
and of its local boards and their operations;
And whereas Section 223.2(1) of the Municipal Act 2001, S.O. 2001,
c.25, as amended, authorizes municipalities to establish codes of
conduct for members of the council of the municipality and of local
boards of the municipality;
Whereas Section 223.2(5) of the Municipal Act 2001, S.O. 2001, c.25,
as amended, authorizes penalties for a contravention of the code of
conduct;
And whereas Council of the Corporation of the Municipality of Brighton
deems it expedient to establish a Code of Conduct for Council;
Now therefore be it enacted as a By-law of the Council of the
Corporation of the Municipality of Brighton, as follows:
1. THAT this Council does hereby adopt the Code of Conduct,
attached hereto as Schedule “A” and forming part of this by-law;
2. THAT this By‐law shall come into force and take effect upon
receiving the final passing thereof.
THAT By-law No. xxx-2016 be introduced and be deemed to be read
a first, second and third time, be passed and be properly signed and
sealed at the Municipality of Brighton this 21st day of March, 2016.
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POLICY
This policy outlines a written Code of Conduct which helps to ensure
that the Members of Council share a common basis for acceptable
conduct. These standards are designed to provide a reference guide
and a supplement to the legislative parameters within which the
Members must operate. These standards should serve to enhance
public confidence that the Municipality of Brighton’s elected
representatives operate from a base of integrity, justice and courtesy.
The Municipality of Brighton Code of Conduct is a general standard
that augments the provincial laws and municipal by-laws that govern its
conduct. It is not intended to replace a Members’ personal ethics.
General
All Members shall serve their constituents in a conscientious and
diligent manner. No member shall use the influence of office for any
purpose other than the exercise of his or her official duties.
Gifts and Benefits
Members should not, directly or indirectly, solicit any gift or
accept/receive any gift, whether it be money, services, loan, travel
entertainment, hospitality, promise, or any other gift/benefit if, (1) it
could be reasonably inferred or expected that the gift was intended to
influence them in the performance of their official duties; or (2) the gift
was intended to serve as a reward for any official action on their part.
It is important that the prohibition of unsolicited gifts be limited to
circumstances related to improper influence. In minor situations, such
as meal checks for example, some modest maximum dollar value
should be determined by the member as a guideline. The guideline is
not intended to isolate Members from normal social practices where
gifts among friends, associates, and relatives are appropriate for
certain occasions or conventional hospitality.
This section does not apply to tokens, mementoes, souvenirs, or such
gifts or benefits up to and including an annual value of $500.00 that are
received as an incident of protocol or social obligation that normally
accompanies the responsibilities of office. Tokens, mementoes,
souvenirs of gifts with a value of greater than $500.00 shall be the
property of the municipality and should be reported and turned over to
the C.A.O.
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Confidentiality of Municipal Information
It is every Council Member’s responsibility to ensure that all information
collected, produced or obtained in the course of his/her duties, whether
in reports, memos, oral communication or electronic format, is as
accurate as possible. No Council Member shall willfully mislead other
Council Members, employees or the public about any issue of
municipal concern.
It is the responsibility of each member of Council to ensure that
confidential information, provided through Administration, other Council
Members, solicitors, employees, the public or through any other party,
is kept strictly confidential and not released without the approval of
Council. Only with Council authority will Council Members give or
release to anyone, confidential information acquired in the course of
that Council Member’s duties with the Municipality.
The following information must not be used or disclosed, except in
accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection
of Privacy Act (“MFIPPA”):
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Information which is personal;
Information that constitutes the proprietary information of a third
party, individual or group;
Might reasonably be regarded as having been disclosed to the
employee in confidence;
Is of sensitive nature, or
Imparts to the person in possession of such information an
advantage not available to the public generally.
Council Members should consult with the Clerk if clarification is
required.
Information acquired through the Council Member’s position with the
Municipality may not be used or disclosed in any personal external
activity.
No Council Member shall benefit, either directly or indirectly, from the
use of information acquired during the course of official duties, which is
not generally available to the public.
Use of Municipal Property
Where a member makes use of any Municipality of Brighton property,
equipment, supplies, or services of consequence, other than for
purposes connected with the discharge of Council duties, it is
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incumbent upon the member to make restitution for any additional
expenses which are incurred by the Municipality for use of said
equipment, supplies or services.
No member shall obtain financial gain from the use of Municipal
developed intellectual property, computer programs, computer
hardware, technological innovations, or other patent, trademark,
copyright held by the Municipality of Brighton, while an elected official,
or thereafter. Such property remains the exclusive property of the
Municipality of Brighton.
No member shall use information gained in the execution of his or her
duties which is not available to the general public, or any purposes
other than his or her official duties.
Work of a Political Nature
No member shall use Municipal facilities, services or property for his or
her re-election campaign. No member shall use the services of
municipal employees for his or her re-election campaign, during hours
in which the employees are in the paid employment of the Municipality.
Conduct at Council
During Council meetings, Members shall conduct themselves with
decorum in accordance with the Municipality of Brighton’s Procedural
Bylaw. Respect for deputations and for fellow Members and staff
requires that all Members show courtesy and not distract from the
business of the Council during presentations and when other Members
have the floor.
Conduct Respecting Staff
Only Council as a whole has the authority to approve budget, policy,
processes and other such matters. Accordingly, Members shall direct
requests outside of Council-approved budget, process or policy to
Council as a whole.
Staff serves Council as a whole and the combined interests of all
Members as evidenced through the decision of Council. Members
shall be respectful of the role of staff to advise based on their
professional expertise, political neutrality and objectivity and without
undue influence from any individual Member or faction of Council.
Accordingly, no Member shall maliciously or falsely injure the
professional or ethical reputation of staff.
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No Member shall compel staff to engage in partisan political activities
or be subjected to threats or discrimination for refusing to engage in
such activities. Nor shall any Member use, or attempt to use, their
authority or influence for the purpose of intimidating, threatening,
coercing, commanding or influencing any staff member with the intent
of interfering with that person’s duties, including the duty to disclose
improper activity.
Business Relations
No member shall act as a paid agent before Council except in the
terms of the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act. A Member shall not
refer a third party to a person, partnership or the corporation in
exchange for payment or other personal benefit.
Discreditable Conduct
Harassment of another Member, staff or any member of the public is
misconduct. It is the policy of the Municipality of Brighton that all
persons be treated fairly in the workplace, in an environment free of
discrimination and of personal and sexual harassment.
Harassment may be defined as any behaviour, by any person that is
directed at, or is offensive to, another person, on the grounds of race,
ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex,
age, handicap, sexual orientation, marital status, or family status and
any other ground under the provisions of the Ontario Human Rights
Code.
Failure to Adhere to Council Policies and Procedures
A number of the provisions of this Code of Conduct incorporate policies
and procedures adopted by Council. More generally, Members of
Council are required to observe the terms of all policies and
procedures established by Council.
This provision does not prevent a member of Council from requesting
that Council grant an exemption from a policy.
Reprisals and Obstruction
Members of Council should respect the integrity of the Code of
Conduct and investigations conducted under it. Any reprisal or threat
of reprisal against a complainant or anyone for providing relevant
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information to the Integrity Commissioner is therefore prohibited. It is
also a violation of the Code of Conduct to obstruct the Integrity
Commissioner in the carrying out of her or his responsibilities, as, for
example, by the destruction of documents or the erasing of electronic
communications.
Integrity Commissioner
In accordance with the Municipal Statute Law Amendment Act, 2006,
the Municipality has the authority to appoint an Integrity Commissioner
to perform related to:
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Application of the Code of Conduct and other procedures, rules
and policies governing ethical behaviour for Members of
Council;
Penalties that may be imposed b the Municipality where the
Integrity Commission reports that a Member of Council has
contravened the Code of Conduct include:
o Reprimand
o A request for an apology to Council, the complainant, or
both
o Repayment or reimbursement of any moneys received
o Suspension of pay.
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Municipality of Brighton
Council Meeting
Council Date:
21 Mar 2016
To:
Council
Prepared By:
Lucas Kelly
Reviewed By:
Department:
Public Works & Development
Subject/Title:
Fuel Tank Recommendation - Emergency Services and
Public Works
Recommendation:
That Council direct staff to issue a Request for Quotations for the purchase of a 1500
gallon above ground diesel tank for clear diesel only, with a card-lock system for
installation at 71 Chatten Road; and
That Council direct Staff to have the coloured diesel removed from the existing aboveground tank at 67 Sharp Road and have the tank identified for gasoline use; and
That Council direct staff to include a card-lock system for the Sharp Road fuel tanks in
the Request for Quotations; and
That Council direct staff to transfer the total cost of the fuel tank and card-lock system
from the Public Works Reserve.
Background/Purpose:
On February 16, 2016 a TSSA Inspector inspected the fuel system at 71 Chatten Road,
Public Works North Garage and some deficiencies were noted. The tanks cannot be
certified at present. Staff provided a report to Council on March 7, 2016 with the
recommendation to replace the underground tanks at that location with above-ground
tanks and a card-lock system for the approximate cost of $17,000.
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At the March 7, 2016 Council Meeting, Council directed staff to empty the fuel tanks at
71 Chatten Road and have them removed. Council also directed the staff to write a
report detailing the impact on Emergency Services of removing fuel services from the
North Garage.
Analysis/Comments:
At the Emergency Planning Committee meeting of January 20, 2016, the location for
the Emergency Operations Centre was moved to Brighton Fire Department, Station 2, to
ensure effective and efficient services in the event of a major emergency.
Station 2 Fire Department in Codrington gets their fuel for the trucks at the Hilton
Works Department – 71 Chatten Road. The distance from Station 2 to Chatten Road
location is 8 kms. The trucks fuel up after an emergency call and training, or if they
need to be topped up on a truck check night.
If the diesel tank is not replaced Station 2 Fire trucks would have to be fueled up at
Public Works - 67 Sharp Road, south of the train tracks making a trip for fuel 17 kms
instead of the current 8 kms. If Station 2 receives a call while fueling up, the response
time would be delayed due to going through Brighton and/or delays/blockages from the
trains to the rural area Station 2 covers. It goes without saying that being delayed could
be very important to the call if it is a fire, car accident or medical call with health issues
or heart problems.
Station 1 Fire Department fuels up at Public Works – 67 Sharp Road, but if for some
reason they were unable to fuel up there, they would go for fuel up at the Hilton Works
Department. When Lucas Kelly presented his report to Council last Council Meeting he
pointed out the importance of having diesel readily available, especially in the winter
months for snow plows and loaders.
The Water Supervisor has noted that they have a diesel generator as a backup when
the power goes out at the water reservoir pumping Station at County Road 26. The
Water Department uses diesel from both Public Works locations, and they prefer to
have access to these locations in case one department is not accessible. The Water
Department has included in their Emergency Plan that they will to get diesel from either
Public Works location.
In an effort to ensure business continuity and provide essential services for the
residents, staff are recommending that the Municipality continues to store fuel in
certified tanks. If the Municipality were to sustain a major hydro outage over an
extended period, municipal operations would be affected if dependent on others for
immediate access to fuel.
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Coloured diesel is only used for some heavy equipment. Clear diesel can be used in this
equipment. The current coloured diesel tank cold be drained to make it available to use
for gasoline. By purchasing gasoline in bulk they would be saving at whole sale prices
instead of retail. The money saved by purchasing gas would help support the cost of a
card lock system. Each Public Works Department would have gas and diesel allowing for
access to gas and diesel in the event that one Works Department was not accessible in
case of emergency; therefore creating a backup for Fire, Public Works and the Water
Department.
Financial Implications:
The approximate cost for the above-ground fuel tank and card-lock system is $17,000.
The table below illustrates the estimated cost savings that could
rack prices, current pump prices and the litres of fuel purchased
Fuel Type
2015 Litres
Estimated Rack
Purchased
Price
Diesel
55,000
$47,245
Unleaded
37,865
$30,735
Total
$77,980
occur based on current
in 2015:
Estimated Pump
Price
$48,345
$34,040
$82,385
The savings that could be generated by buying fuel in bulk is $4,405 per year. The cost
of a new fuel tank and the card-lock system for all municipal fuel tanks would be
recovered in less than four years. Above-ground fuel tanks have a life expectancy of 25
years.
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Municipality of Brighton
Council Meeting
Council Date:
21 Mar 2016
To:
Council
Prepared By:
Lucas Kelly
Reviewed By:
Department:
Public Works & Development
Subject/Title:
Twinning the Watermain on George Street from Alice
Street to the former Town Limits.
Recommendation:
That Council approve the twinning of the watermain from the intersection of Alice and
George Street to the former town limits for the estimated cost of $90,375.50.
Background/Purpose:
During 2015, the water emergencies and subsequent meetings identified the risk of
supplying water to the entire urban centre with a single trunk main.
Also in 2015, the Municipality commenced the reconstruction project of Young/George
Street, which is scheduled to be complete at the end of June 2016.
In the 2016 Budget, staff have included an item for the Survey, Design and Tender
preparation for twinning the watermain from the Water Treatment Plant to the former
town limits, where the second watermain will already exist.
In order to plan for the potential watermain project in the future and, in an effort to
ensure that new infrastructure is not disturbed once it is in place, staff are
recommending that the Municipality put underground infrastructure in place as part of
the Young/George project, from Alice St. to the former town limits.
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Financial Implications:
Additional loan of $90,375.50
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Municipality of Brighton
Council Meeting
Council Date:
21 Mar 2016
To:
Council
Prepared By:
Linda Widdifield, Director of Finance & Administrative
Services
Reviewed By:
Department:
Public Works & Development
Subject/Title:
Critical Path and Timeline for 42 Chapel Street Drainage
Recommendation:
That Council receives the Critical Path and Timeline Report for 42 Chapel Street
Drainage as information.
Background/Purpose:
On March 7, 2016, Council passed the following resolution:
That Council amends the motion and directs staff to provide a critical path timeline and
costings for the 42 Chapel Street project; and further to seek a legal opinion on who
bears financial responsibility for the costs, to be brought to the next regular Council
meeting on March 21, 2016
Analysis/Comments:
Staff and Engineering Consultants have identified several steps that must occur to
redirect the water that is discharging into the French Drain at the rear of the 42 Chapel
Street property. The water flows through an underground pipe or pipes from an
unknown source or sources, and crosses more than property. Since the source of water
has not been identified and staff have confirmed that the pipe could not cameraed due
to a barrier, the focus for the last several months has been to determine a way to
redirect the water from the north-east corner of 42 Chapel Street to the storm drain on
Meade Street.
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Steps are identified in the table below:
Action
Legal Opinion
Select Engineer's Recommended Option
Receive Design Drawing from Engineer
Obtain Lower Trent Conservation
Approval
Submit Easement Application to Bell
Canada
Application Review and Approval from
Bell Canada
Legal Registration of Easement
Issue RFQ
Complete Works
Total Estimated Cost
Estimated Cost
$ 1,000.00
$
0.00
$ 2,400.00
$
0.00
unknown
unknown
$ 1,500.00
$
100.00
$20,000.00
$25,000.00
Attachments:
Critical Path Timeline, 42 Chapel
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Days:
Critical Path Timeline, 42 Chapel Street Project, Starting March 16, 2016
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
Start
60
ES
65
70
Critical
75
Flexible
80
85
Events
Legal Opinion
Select Engineer's
Recommended Option
Receive Design Drawing
from Engineer
Obtain Lower Trent
Approval
Submit Easement
Application to Bell
Bell Canada Approval
Legal Registration of
Easement
Issue RFQ for
Construction
Complete Works
Finish
Weeks:
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
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Municipality of Brighton
Council Meeting
Council Date:
21 Mar 2016
To:
Council
Prepared By:
Linda Widdifield, Director of Finance & Administrative
Services
Reviewed By:
Department:
Public Works & Development
Subject/Title:
Cormier Correspondence Report
Recommendation:
That Council receives the Cormier Correspondence Report as information
Background/Purpose:
At the March 7, 2016 Council meeting, Council passed a resolution, as follows:
That Council directs staff to draft a report answering the questions posed by Shannon
Cormier and bring the report to the March 21, 2016 Council Meeting.
Analysis/Comments:
Mrs. Shannon Cormier wrote an email to Vicki Kimmett on February 29, 2016 as
follows:
Thank you for your follow up phone call this morning, it was very appreciated. As I'm
sure you are aware, all the Letters of Non-Compliance have been set aside until April
2016 when the weather improves. However, there are still some questions that have
not yet been answered. As such, could you please ensure that the below questions be
included in the correspondence for the March 7, 2016 council meeting. They are as
follows:
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1. While speaking with Mr. Magee on Feb. 19, 2016 regarding the Notices of NonCompliance we received, he informed me that this was a special case and as such, the
normal procedure was not followed. Ie - he would normally come to our home and
discuss our apparent violations with us prior to sending out the letters.
*Why is our case considered special, which would warrant Mr. Magee not having to
follow procedure?
2. While speaking with Mr. Magee on Feb. 19, 2016 again regarding the Notices of NonCompliance, he also stated that it was council who has been directing him regarding the
bylaw violations and all decisions pertaining to them. I have spoken to most of council
as well as Ms. Widdifield, all of whom adamantly state that they have not and do not
direct Mr. Magee on bylaw enforcement.
*Why would Mr. Magee be stating that council is directing him in this matter?
3. Mr. Magee has been monitoring the development to the south of our property since
Aug. 10/15.
*If the litter and play structure were in violation since Aug. and Oct, what prompted
Notices of Non-Compliance to be sent out on Feb. 9/16 with an impossible to meet
deadline of Feb. 19/16?
4. In addition to the above confusion, I had called on Feb. 22, 2016 and asked multiple
people how to go about the appeal process. No one I spoke to, including Mr. Magee,
could provide me with information on the appeal process.
*How is it that no one (especially Mr. Magee) knows the appeal process?
*Though all Notices of Non-Compliance have been set aside, I still have not received
any answers on how I would go about this process.
5. One of the major issues that has come up as a result of all of this has been the
property stakes that are on the neighbourhood properties. No one can confirm where
the stakes came from. I have been informed by more than one person, that Steve
Crowe, who is a contractor for Lakeside Landing has been seen on property putting in
stakes. I asked on February 19 and February 22 where the stakes came from as they
are what is being used to determine our property line. No one has yet to answer me.
*Please definitively answer where the stakes came from that are being used to
determine our lot line.
*Given the circumstances,I feel it is only fair to ask that a licensed surveyor is brought
out to confirm property lines for all properties surrounding the Lakeside Landing
property, especially if these issues are only going to continue.
6. Though the Notices of Non-Compliance has been set aside for now, this matter is
sure to come back up again in April. It pertains to the sump pump drain. The sump
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law which was approved on Jan. 7/13 and should be exempt. Mr. Magee states that we
have to go by the most current bylaw, but has been unable to answer our questions
regarding the sump pump drain. Others we have spoken to, including a lawyer, have
stated that no, the sump pump is exempt.
*Can someone please confirm which is fact?
*In addition to it being exempt from the bylaw, we were informed a swale is eventually
being put in-between the two properties, so why is the sump pump drain an issue at
all?
Staff have provided answers to Mrs. Cormier’s questions, as follows:
1.
Mr. Magee has advised that the regular process of By-Law Enforcement is to :
a.
Contact a property owner and explain that there is an infraction
b.
Send a Notice of Non-Compliance with a date to bring the property into
compliance
c.
Issue an Order
d.
Depending on the type of By-Law, the next step(s) could be fines, court, or
causing the infraction to be corrected and adding the costs to the tax roll.
Staff received direction at the Council Meeting of August 10, 2015, to monitor Lakeside
Landing with respect to the fill and to enforce by-laws.
Staff conducted inspections in December, January and February and found infractions
on three properties. The By-Law Officer consulted with the Planning Consultant, the
Construction Inspector and the Director of Finance and was advised that the Council
resolution was clear. He was advised to enforce the by-laws.
2.
Council and The Director of Finance did direct the By-Law to enforce by-laws but
did not direct him on how he should carry out his duties.
3.
The By-Law Enforcement Officer did not receive the direction with respect to the
August 10, 2015 resolution from Management until December 8, 2015.
4.
There is no appeal process for a Notice of Non-Compliance. There are different
methods of defending Orders, depending on the legislation. A Property Standards Order
may be appealed to the Property Standards Committee. Orders are being held in
abeyance until spring under the authority of the Director of Finance.
5.
Staff have observed the legal survey bars that are adjacent to the wooden
stakes. The planning department has a copy of Lakeside Landing survey. Staff have
reviewed the survey on file and have no reason to believe that the survey bars were
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placed by anyone other than a licenced surveyor. It is the responsibility of an individual
landowner to obtain their own survey if there is a dispute over property boundaries.
6.
The Municipal solicitor disagrees with this statement. A property owner cannot
discharge their sump pump on another property owner. Sump pumps must discharge
on one’s own property so that the water has the opportunity to percolate into the
ground on the property.
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Municipality of Brighton
Council Meeting
Council Date:
21 Mar 2016
To:
Council
Prepared By:
Linda Widdifield, Director of Finance & Administrative
Services
Reviewed By:
Department:
Planning Services
Subject/Title:
Ostwald Correspondence Report
Recommendation:
That Council receives the By-Law Enforcement at Lakeside Landing report as
information
Background/Purpose:
At the March 7, 2016 Council meeting, Council passed a resolution, as follows:
That Council receives the correspondence from Bonnie Ostwald regarding Lakeside
Landing and directs staff to draft a report for Council answering the questions from
Bonnie Ostwald to the March 21, 2016 meeting.
Analysis/Comments:
Mrs. Bonnie Ostwald wrote an email to Councillor Martinello on February 23, 2016 as
follows:
Given the By-law officer's directions from council to monitor Lakeside Landing property,
where do I go with this query?
MoB Property Standards By-law: Section 2.3.7 "No person shall install, alter or repair a
private stormwater or groundwater drain that discharges onto a neighbouring property
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or into a municipal storm water sewer, creek or roadside drainage ditch without the
prior written approval of the Corporation."
Did the owner of Lakeside Landing property have prior written approval to dig the 2
trenches that run north and south and discharge into roadside drainage ditch on
Lakeshore? The north/south trench on the west side was dug in Nov/Dec. 2015.
The owner of Lakeside Landing did not seek specific approval from the Municipality in
advance of clearing swales and ditches on the property.
The direction from Council to monitor Lakeside Landing with respect to the fill and
enforce by-laws was taken into consideration upon observation of the excavation that
was completed in December.
In enforcing by-laws, staff must take into the consideration any adverse impact that the
infraction has created. A Notice of Non-Compliance would advise the landowner of the
by-law infraction, as noted in section 2.3.7 of the Property Standards By-Law, as
identified in Mrs. Ostwald’s correspondence. The Notice would then direct the
landowner to fill in the ditches within a defined time period. If staff were to issue a
Notice of Non-Compliance, it would most certainly have an adverse impact on
surrounding property owners.
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Municipality of Brighton
Council Direction Follow Up List
Up to 21 March, 2016
Checked items are complete
Resolution
2015-544
Date of
Meeting
June
15/15
Council Resolution
Actions To Date
That Council directs staff to prepare a report
that investigates the feasibility, alternate
routes & estimated costs for the installation of
a second water supply main from the well
head to urban Brighton. It is further
recommended that Council direct staff to
complete & present this report to Council no
later than the 20 July 2015 Council meeting.
 Staff are meeting with an Engineer from a
neighbouring municipality and a report will be
coming forward in mid-November
 Meeting has been delayed and report is planned for
early December
 December 2015, staff still working with Engineer
 Staff have provided Council with approximate cost of
a design plan, tendering costs, etc. during budget
process
June
15/15
That Council directs staff to ensure completion
of the Requests for Proposals for the class
environmental assessment for the sewage
treatment plant no later than the end of July.
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
2015-585
July 10/15
That Council refers the matter of the levy on
trucks to OSR to staff for a report.

2015-605
July 20/15
That Council refers the site plan issues
(regarding gravel pit trucking) of CBM
Aggregates to staff

2015-
Regular updates regarding the Young Street
project
 Report on the November 2 agenda
 Report on January 18, 2016 agenda
2015-
Regular updates regarding traffic on Alice
Street
 On hold until spring 2016, per Council
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2015-545
RFP to be developed by GSS Engineering
RFP released November 10, 2015
RFP closing December 17, 2015
Nine responses were received and have been
reviewed for technical abilities. Council to consider
the Review Committee at January 18, 2016 meeting
 Council appointed Committee of the Whole as the
review Committee. Staff have received the nine
responses in electronic format to distribute to all
Council Members
Complete
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Resolution
Date of
Meeting
2015
Council Resolution
Regular updates on Brighton by the Bay
Actions To Date

September Council directs staff to arrange a training date
9/15
suitable to all of Council

2015-732
September Council directs staff to prepare a report
9/15
detailing the hydro savings realized by LED
lighting
 Staff are investigating with Hydro, October 2015
 Staff continue to work on a summary report to
submit to Hydro
2015-736
September Council directs staff to report on the
9/15
procedural policy on road painting in the
Municipality

2015-741
September That Council directs staff to report to Council
9/15
on the need & cost to upgrade the server to
upgrade email & speed to upload to the
website.
 Staff are working with IT specialists and the website
provider
 Proposal coming to the budget meetings
 Council to consider recommendation of the
Committee of the Whole at January 18 meeting
 Request for quotes will be issued by the end of
February
2015-781
September Regular updates on Emergency Notification
21/15
System
 Ongoing self-registration from residence.
 Tested two groups Oct 7/15
2015-842
October
5/15
Staff directed to negotiate a payment plan
with CN Rail Maintenance Program for work
completed on Ontario Street
 Negotiations are underway
 Staff contacted CN again (November 25) to remind
them that we are waiting for the payment plan, the
work schedule for all maintenance within the
Municipality and copies of all historic agreements
 CN responded and requested meeting during the
week of January 11, 2016
October
16/15
Council directed staff to provide monthly
written reports to the MOECC & Council
regarding lagoon performance.
 Reports will be provided by GSS Engineering
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2015-731
2015-876
Complete
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Council Direction Follow Up List
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Resolution
Date of
Meeting
Council Resolution
Actions To Date
October
16/15
Council directed staff to investigate the
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feasibility of installing a raw sewage screening
system at the head of the sewage works. The
investigation would provide cost estimates and
consider alternatives.
2015-879
October
16/15
Council directed staff to commence the
appropriate RFP process for the Biocord
System or equivalent for placement in Lagoon
1 of the Brighton sewage works.

2015-906
October
20/15
Council directs staff to ensure the contractor
repairs & makes good all deficiencies in the
new road surface on Old Wooler Road
 Progress information on the November 2, 2015
agenda
2015-942
November
2/15
That Council receives the information from
David Green regarding Mac’s Milk & Gas Bar,
and refers the information & questions to staff
for the applicants consideration

2015-943
November
2/15
That Council receives the information from

Manny Directo regarding Mac’s Milk & Gas Bar,
as information, and refers to staff to
investigate what environmental reports are
available
2015-946
November
2/15
That Council receives the report on 42 Chapel
Street as information, and directs staff to
enforce the by-law and to report back to
Council no later than the first meeting in
December 2015.
2015-951
November
2/15
That Council directs staff to track all time,
 Staff are investigating the reason for the failure and
labour & material for winter repairs to Old
are documenting time and materials for patching.
Wooler Road & withhold 20% of the invoice
20% holdback has occurred
until we come to resolution with the contractor
2015-974
November
9/15
Staff to investigate cost of deterrent pads for
lagoon & report back to Council
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2015-878
Complete
√
 Bylaws were reviewed. Email sent to Ms. Riall and
Council

Council Direction Follow Up List
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Resolution
Date of
Meeting
Council Resolution
Actions To Date
2015-1010
November
9/15
Staff to bring a report on Brighton by the Bay
Phase 8 to the next meeting

2015-1012
November
9/15
Council to enter into an agreement to pay for
camera inspection of the drainage pipe at the
rear of 10 & 12 Baldwin Street
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Complete
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
December
21/15
That Council directs staff to retain Krecklo and
Associates for the recruitment of a full time
CAO
 Recruitment has commenced
 Posting closes February 11, 2016
2015-1136
December
21/15
That Council directs staff to retain Krecklo and
Associates for the recruitment of a Director of
Public Works
 Recruitment has commenced
 Posting closes February 11, 2016
2015-1140
December
21/15
1. In order to improve safety & accessibility
for all people that use Elizabeth Street,
Council directs staff to implement the
modifications specified at the following
locations:
a) Terry Fox Dr/Elizabeth Street
(southwest corner) - relocate
crosswalk button so that it is no longer
behind gray box & made more visible
to users; level ground so that all
people can access crosswalk button
and increase the timing on all
crosswalk signals so that people using
scooters & walkers have a chance to
safely cross the streets; and
b) Elizabeth St/No Frills entrance
(southwest corner) - foundation gravel
has degraded to point where it is
dangerous to use the crosswalk
button. Make this right.
 Staff corrected the foundation gravel at the entrance
to No Frills in early December
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2015-1135
Council Direction Follow Up List
Page 4 of 7
Resolution
Date of
Meeting
Council Resolution
Actions To Date
Complete
√
2. Council further directs that preceding
modifications be completed ASAP & report
back to Council January 18, 2016.
2016-25
January
18/16
2016-33
January
18/16
2016-42
January
18/16
2016-45
January
18/16
2016-46
January
18/16
2016-51
January
18/16
2016-85
February
1/16
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2016-89
February
1/16
Information regarding Erling Hansen Pit
extraction routes referred to staff for a report
by the end of February with options to assist
the landowner and refers to PSB
Ditching at Huff Road and Lakeshore report
referred to staff to present a report on
extending the ditch on the east side of Huff
Road (south of Lakeshore) south to the road
limit
Referred concerns of Robert Bailey (plowing of
cul-de-sacs) to staff to report at February 1/16
Council meeting
Sidewalks on Edgewater Drive: direct staff to
provide copies of engineering street &
sidewalk layout drawings for clarification
Stormwater drainage on Marina Drive:
referred to staff for resolution to the plan &
engineering work in the easement, and report
to Council the first meeting in March
Lakeside Landing: correspondence from Ray
Yurkowski referred to staff to answer his
questions by February 1/16
Directs staff to remove all snow from the culde-sac commencing as soon as the next
snowfall
Referred to staff for comment:
The number of Ferric Chloride spills in recent
weeks has become a significant concern. It is
concerning because of legal actions taken
against other Ontario municipalities regarding

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
√
 Report to Council on February 8, 2016
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
Council Direction Follow Up List
Page 5 of 7
Resolution
Date of
Meeting
2016-91
February
1/16
2016-95
February
1/16
2016-102
February
1/16
2016-145
February
17/16
2016-148
February
17/16
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2016-181
February
17/16
March
7/16
Council Resolution
use of Ferric Chloride. Considering the hazards
posed to the environment and potential legal
actions taken against the Municipality by the
use of Ferric Chloride at the Municipal Water
Pollution Control Plant (WPCP), it is moved
that Council direct GSS Engineering to
consider the use of less hazardous material
such as Aluminum Chlorohydrate in the
treatment of WPCP effluent.
Referred Lakeside Landing resolution 2016-90
(Yurkowski letter) to staff planner & by-law
officer to report back to February 16/16
meeting
Direct staff to prepare a schedule of meetings
for COW to address strategic planning
initiatives upon arrival of new CAO
Referred Dan Essery’s email, regarding repair
work on Marina Drive (Section 70 of the
Ontario Drainage Act) to staff for appropriate
action
That Council directs staff to monitor Lakeside
Landing
That Council directs staff to provide a report
on adopting a “best practices” Code of
Conduct as soon as possible
That the Fire Department be added to
subdivision agreements and that they be
notified of new streets before people move in
That Council directs staff to provide a critical
path timeline & costings for the 42 Chapel
Street project, and further, to seek a legal
opinion on who bears financial responsibility
for the costs for the March 21/16 meeting
Actions To Date
Complete
√
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




 On the March 21/16 agenda
Council Direction Follow Up List
Page 6 of 7
Resolution
Date of
Meeting
2016-187
March
7/16
2016-206
March
7/16
2016-207
March
7/16
2016-210
March
7/16
Council Resolution
That Council directs staff to write a report
detailing the impact on Emergency Services of
removing fuel services from the North Garage
That Council directs staff to draft a report
answering the questions posed by Shannon
Cormier for the March 21/15 Council meeting
That Council directs staff to draft a report for
Council answering Bonnie Ostwald’s questions
for the March 21/16 Council meeting
That Council provide a letter of support for the
proposal that the location of the Veterans
Mental Health Centre of Excellence be added
to the TMH site with the provision that QHC
continues to provide emergency medicine and
other hospital services at TMH
Actions To Date
Complete
√
 On the March 21/16 agenda
 On the March 21/16 agenda
 On the March 21/16 agenda
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Council Direction Follow Up List
Page 7 of 7
Date:
March 21, 2015
Resolution No. 2016-
Moved by:
Councillor John Martinello
Seconded by:
Councillor Roger McMurray
In compliance with the accountability & transparency requirements specified by the law of
Ontario & particularly the Ontario Municipal Act; and
in order that all of Council and Brighton taxpayers can better know how Brighton taxpayers'
money is being spent; and
in order that all of Council might be able to better identify & prevent causes of
litigation against the Municipality of Brighton; and
in order that Council gain some control on the amount of Brighton taxpayers' money being
paid to lawyers:
Council directs staff to update - and present to all of Council & the public - the "Open
insurance claims and other legal claims report", that was originally kept out of the public
eye at the November 16, 2015. Council further directs that this updated report be
presented to all of Council & the public at the April 18, 2016 Council mtg.
Notice of Motion 11.1
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Date:
March 7, 2015
Resolution No. 2016-
Moved by:
Councillor John Martinello
Seconded by:
Councillor Roger McMurray
In the interest of accountability & transparency & in an effort to reduce the amount of
money Brighton taxpayers pay to lawyers,
Council directs that staff shall not refer any issue, related to bylaw enforcement at Lakeside
Landing Subdivision, 952849 Ontario Limited, to legal counsel without the prior & explicit
approval of Council.
Notice of Motion 11.1
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Date:
March 7, 2015
Resolution No. 2016-
Moved by:
Councillor John Martinello
Seconded by:
Councillor Roger McMurray
In the interest of accountability & transparency
Council directs that staff & legal counsel shall carbon copy all members of Council, on all
correspondence related to bylaw enforcement at Lakeside Landing Subdivision, 952849
Ontario Limited. Council further directs that all correspondence related to bylaw
enforcement issues at Lakeside Landing Subdivision, 952840 Ontario Limited, shall only be
conducted by e-mail.
Notice of Motion 11.2
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Municipality of Brighton
Council Meeting
Council Date:
21 Mar 2016
To:
Council
Prepared By:
Vicki Kimmett, Deputy Clerk
Reviewed By:
Department:
Clerks
Subject/Title:
Council Code of Conduct By-law
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THE CORPORATION OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF BRIGHTON
BY-LAW NO. xxx-2016
Being a by-law to establish a Code of Conduct for members of
Council of the Corporation of the Municipality of Brighton.
Whereas Section 11 of the Municipal Act 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25, as
amended, authorizes municipalities to pass by‐laws regarding
Accountability and Transparency of the municipality and its operations
and of its local boards and their operations;
And whereas Section 223.2(1) of the Municipal Act 2001, S.O. 2001,
c.25, as amended, authorizes municipalities to establish codes of
conduct for members of the council of the municipality and of local
boards of the municipality;
Whereas Section 223.2(5) of the Municipal Act 2001, S.O. 2001, c.25,
as amended, authorizes penalties for a contravention of the code of
conduct;
And whereas Council of the Corporation of the Municipality of Brighton
deems it expedient to establish a Code of Conduct for Council;
Now therefore be it enacted as a By-law of the Council of the
Corporation of the Municipality of Brighton, as follows:
1. THAT this Council does hereby adopt the Code of Conduct,
attached hereto as Schedule “A” and forming part of this by-law;
2. THAT this By‐law shall come into force and take effect upon
receiving the final passing thereof.
THAT By-law No. xxx-2016 be introduced and be deemed to be read
a first, second and third time, be passed and be properly signed and
sealed at the Municipality of Brighton this 21st day of March, 2016.
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POLICY
This policy outlines a written Code of Conduct which helps to ensure
that the Members of Council share a common basis for acceptable
conduct. These standards are designed to provide a reference guide
and a supplement to the legislative parameters within which the
Members must operate. These standards should serve to enhance
public confidence that the Municipality of Brighton’s elected
representatives operate from a base of integrity, justice and courtesy.
The Municipality of Brighton Code of Conduct is a general standard
that augments the provincial laws and municipal by-laws that govern its
conduct. It is not intended to replace a Members’ personal ethics.
General
All Members shall serve their constituents in a conscientious and
diligent manner. No member shall use the influence of office for any
purpose other than the exercise of his or her official duties.
Gifts and Benefits
Members should not, directly or indirectly, solicit any gift or
accept/receive any gift, whether it be money, services, loan, travel
entertainment, hospitality, promise, or any other gift/benefit if, (1) it
could be reasonably inferred or expected that the gift was intended to
influence them in the performance of their official duties; or (2) the gift
was intended to serve as a reward for any official action on their part.
It is important that the prohibition of unsolicited gifts be limited to
circumstances related to improper influence. In minor situations, such
as meal checks for example, some modest maximum dollar value
should be determined by the member as a guideline. The guideline is
not intended to isolate Members from normal social practices where
gifts among friends, associates, and relatives are appropriate for
certain occasions or conventional hospitality.
This section does not apply to tokens, mementoes, souvenirs, or such
gifts or benefits up to and including an annual value of $500.00 that are
received as an incident of protocol or social obligation that normally
accompanies the responsibilities of office. Tokens, mementoes,
souvenirs of gifts with a value of greater than $500.00 shall be the
property of the municipality and should be reported and turned over to
the C.A.O.
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Confidentiality of Municipal Information
It is every Council Member’s responsibility to ensure that all information
collected, produced or obtained in the course of his/her duties, whether
in reports, memos, oral communication or electronic format, is as
accurate as possible. No Council Member shall willfully mislead other
Council Members, employees or the public about any issue of
municipal concern.
It is the responsibility of each member of Council to ensure that
confidential information, provided through Administration, other Council
Members, solicitors, employees, the public or through any other party,
is kept strictly confidential and not released without the approval of
Council. Only with Council authority will Council Members give or
release to anyone, confidential information acquired in the course of
that Council Member’s duties with the Municipality.
The following information must not be used or disclosed, except in
accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection
of Privacy Act (“MFIPPA”):
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Information which is personal;
Information that constitutes the proprietary information of a third
party, individual or group;
Might reasonably be regarded as having been disclosed to the
employee in confidence;
Is of sensitive nature, or
Imparts to the person in possession of such information an
advantage not available to the public generally.
Council Members should consult with the Clerk if clarification is
required.
Information acquired through the Council Member’s position with the
Municipality may not be used or disclosed in any personal external
activity.
No Council Member shall benefit, either directly or indirectly, from the
use of information acquired during the course of official duties, which is
not generally available to the public.
Use of Municipal Property
Where a member makes use of any Municipality of Brighton property,
equipment, supplies, or services of consequence, other than for
purposes connected with the discharge of Council duties, it is
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incumbent upon the member to make restitution for any additional
expenses which are incurred by the Municipality for use of said
equipment, supplies or services.
No member shall obtain financial gain from the use of Municipal
developed intellectual property, computer programs, computer
hardware, technological innovations, or other patent, trademark,
copyright held by the Municipality of Brighton, while an elected official,
or thereafter. Such property remains the exclusive property of the
Municipality of Brighton.
No member shall use information gained in the execution of his or her
duties which is not available to the general public, or any purposes
other than his or her official duties.
Work of a Political Nature
No member shall use Municipal facilities, services or property for his or
her re-election campaign. No member shall use the services of
municipal employees for his or her re-election campaign, during hours
in which the employees are in the paid employment of the Municipality.
Conduct at Council
During Council meetings, Members shall conduct themselves with
decorum in accordance with the Municipality of Brighton’s Procedural
Bylaw. Respect for deputations and for fellow Members and staff
requires that all Members show courtesy and not distract from the
business of the Council during presentations and when other Members
have the floor.
Conduct Respecting Staff
Only Council as a whole has the authority to approve budget, policy,
processes and other such matters. Accordingly, Members shall direct
requests outside of Council-approved budget, process or policy to
Council as a whole.
Staff serves Council as a whole and the combined interests of all
Members as evidenced through the decision of Council. Members
shall be respectful of the role of staff to advise based on their
professional expertise, political neutrality and objectivity and without
undue influence from any individual Member or faction of Council.
Accordingly, no Member shall maliciously or falsely injure the
professional or ethical reputation of staff.
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No Member shall compel staff to engage in partisan political activities
or be subjected to threats or discrimination for refusing to engage in
such activities. Nor shall any Member use, or attempt to use, their
authority or influence for the purpose of intimidating, threatening,
coercing, commanding or influencing any staff member with the intent
of interfering with that person’s duties, including the duty to disclose
improper activity.
Business Relations
No member shall act as a paid agent before Council except in the
terms of the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act. A Member shall not
refer a third party to a person, partnership or the corporation in
exchange for payment or other personal benefit.
Discreditable Conduct
Harassment of another Member, staff or any member of the public is
misconduct. It is the policy of the Municipality of Brighton that all
persons be treated fairly in the workplace, in an environment free of
discrimination and of personal and sexual harassment.
Harassment may be defined as any behaviour, by any person that is
directed at, or is offensive to, another person, on the grounds of race,
ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex,
age, handicap, sexual orientation, marital status, or family status and
any other ground under the provisions of the Ontario Human Rights
Code.
Failure to Adhere to Council Policies and Procedures
A number of the provisions of this Code of Conduct incorporate policies
and procedures adopted by Council. More generally, Members of
Council are required to observe the terms of all policies and
procedures established by Council.
This provision does not prevent a member of Council from requesting
that Council grant an exemption from a policy.
Reprisals and Obstruction
Members of Council should respect the integrity of the Code of
Conduct and investigations conducted under it. Any reprisal or threat
of reprisal against a complainant or anyone for providing relevant
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information to the Integrity Commissioner is therefore prohibited. It is
also a violation of the Code of Conduct to obstruct the Integrity
Commissioner in the carrying out of her or his responsibilities, as, for
example, by the destruction of documents or the erasing of electronic
communications.
Integrity Commissioner
In accordance with the Municipal Statute Law Amendment Act, 2006,
the Municipality has the authority to appoint an Integrity Commissioner
to perform related to:


Application of the Code of Conduct and other procedures, rules
and policies governing ethical behaviour for Members of
Council;
Penalties that may be imposed b the Municipality where the
Integrity Commission reports that a Member of Council has
contravened the Code of Conduct include:
o Reprimand
o A request for an apology to Council, the complainant, or
both
o Repayment or reimbursement of any moneys received
o Suspension of pay.
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Corporation of the Municipality of Brighton
Committee of the Whole Meeting
February 22, 2016
6:30 p.m.
The Committee of the Whole of the Municipality of Brighton met in Council Chambers at 6:30
p.m. February 22, 2016 to receive comments and questions from the public and to deliberate
the final draft 2016 municipal budget.
Members Present: Deputy Mayor and Chair Brian Ostrander, Mayor Mark Walas, Councillor
John Martinello, Councillor Roger McMurray, Councillor Mary Tadman, Councillor Laura Vink
Staff Members: Linda Widdifield, Director of Finance & Administrative Services; Lloyd
Hutchinson, Fire Chief; Lucas Kelly, Public Works Projects Supervisor.
1. Call to Order:
The Meeting was called to order at 6:30 p.m. by the Chair. A quorum was present.
2. Approval of Agenda:
Resolution 2016-CW-11
That the Committee of the Whole agenda dated February 22, 2016 be approved as
presented.
Motion by:
Councillor Baker
Seconded by:
Councillor McMurray
Carried
3. Declaration of Pecuniary Interests & the General Nature Thereof:
None
4. Announcements:
 Councillor McMurray thanked the Treasurer for her work to maintain
services.
 Deputy Mayor Ostrander read an email from Mayor Walas supporting the
budget as presented. A copy of the email is appended to these minutes.
 Councillor Tadman announced that a Syrian family has arrived in
Brighton.
 Councillor Vink described the successful Heritage Weekend held February
18-22, 2016.
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5. Staff Reports:
Members had before them the 2016 Budget Analysis Final Draft dated February
22, 2016.
a. 2016 Final Draft Budget Analysis was presented by Linda Widdifield,
Director of Finance and Administration.
6. Public Consultation:
 Heidi Mayer spoke regarding funding the group move, the New Nutrition
North Program and the E.N.S.S. programs.
 Emily Rowley asked a question about the municipal contribution to the
YMCA.
 Emily Rowley asked a question about the transfer to the Construction
Reserve.
 Emily Rowley asked a question about a budget allocation for team
building.
 James Firth asked a question about an LED light rebate.
 Emily Rowley asked a question about the total debt repayment in 2016.
Resolution CW-2016-12
That the Committee of the Whole recommends that Council directs staff to not write
a cheque to the Trenton Memorial Hospital Foundation from the 2016 budget until
they receive further Council direction.
Moved by:
Seconded by:
Councillor Vink
Councillor Martinello
Carried
Resolution CW-2016-13
That the Committee of the Whole recommends to Council a 2016 Tax Levy of
$7,159,056.
Moved by:
Seconded by:
Councillor Tadman
Councillor Vink
Carried
7. Adjournment
Resolution CW-2016-14
That the Committee of the Whole meeting of February 22, 2016 be adjourned at
7:32 p.m.
Moved by:
Seconded by:
Councillor Baker
Councillor McMurray
Carried
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Municipality of Brighton
Heritage Advisory Committee
Minutes
February 11, 2016
9:30 a.m.
Public Works
Members Present: Chair Dorothy Connolly, Vice Chair Parise Herbert, Joe
Banbury, Nanci Anderson, Mary Macklam, Councillor Laura
Vink.
Members Absent: none
Staff Present: Committee Clerk, Diane Allore
1. Appointment of the 2016 Vice Chair
Nanci Anderson nominated Parise Herbert and she accepted
Resolution HA-16-04
Moved by: Joe Banbury
Seconded by: Laura Vink
That Parise Herbert is the Vice Chair for the 2016 year.
Carried
2. Call to order
The meeting was called to order at 9:40 a.m. A quorum was present.
3. Approval of Agenda
Resolution HA-16-05
Moved by: Parise Herbert
Seconded by: Nanci Anderson
That the Committee approves the agenda as amended. Add
under Business 6) f) Councillor Vink received an email from
Community Events Member and Director of Parks and Rec, Jim
Millar, concerning where the Heritage members where at with
organizing the 150th Canada Day celebrations for 2017.
Carried
4. Disclosure of Pecuniary Interest and General Nature Thereof – None
noted
5. Approval of Minutes: January 14 , 2016
Heritage Advisory Committee: February 11, 2016
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Resolution HA-16-06
Moved by: Nanci Anderson
Seconded by: Joe Banbury
That the Committee approves the Minutes as presented.
Carried
6. Delegations: none
7. Reports/Business
a) Hilton Hall building improvements
Councillor Vink is looking into acquiring the Hilton Hall vault for
storage.
Councillor Vink made a motion requesting a Public Works staffer at
every meeting to inform and update the committee.
Resolution HA-16-07
Moved by: Laura Vink
Seconded by: Parise Herbert
The Committee requests Public Works Projects Supervisor, Lucas
Kelly to attend all regularly scheduled meetings.
Carried
b) BHAC Recruitment Workshop, April 16, 2016 @ Hilton Hall
The theme of this year’s workshop is “Going Forward” in hopes to
educate and recruit new members. It will be promoted at the
February “History Open House” event with more info coming to the
next meeting.
Chair Dot reported Heritage Outreach Consultant, Bertrand Duclos of
the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport has asked
Northumberland Municipalities if they are interested in Hosting
“Conservation Orientation” workshops for Northumberland County. A
number of Municipalities have responded positively and the committee
agreed to offer this workshop to the community in hopes of attracting
new members. Chair Dot will inform Mr. Duclos that the Heritage
Committee is prepared to host the workshop at Hilton Hall Heritage
Centre.
Resolution HA-16-08
Moved by: Parise Herbert
Seconded by: Nanci Anderson
The Committee will make an offer to Bertrand Duclos to host the
Brighton Heritage Advisory Committee Workshop at Hilton Hall
Heritage Centre
Carried
Heritage Advisory Committee: February 11, 2016
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c) Update on Brighton Digital Archives, see attached.
The Digital Archives group will have a booth at Brighton’s 4th History
Open House on Saturday February 20th. The Committee will invite
them as a delegate to the next meeting to bring the group up to date.
The attached is a letter requesting funding for the 2016 year including
the purchase of more data storage. The committee also requested the
Brighton Digital Archives website
www.vitacollections.ca/brightonarchives be linked to the Municipal
Website.
Recording Clerk, Diane Allore will make the request.
d) Brighton’s 4thHistory Open House, 2016 - see attached
This event will take place Thursday, Feb 18 to Sunday, Feb 21st at the
Brighton King Edward Park featuring Author Dan Buchanan, Music by
R&R, a children’s choir by Sharon Graham, Dennis Fletcher as MC,
community story tellers, set design by Northumberland 4H and
artifacts by Memory Junction.
The Saturday display will bring together Brighton History booth and
Heritage Tea. The group discussed putting the event on “Facebook,
Twitter” and having Local Historian, Dan Buchanan & Dot Connolly,
Chair of Hilton Hall, Dennis Fletcher discuss the show on local radio
station, MyFM.
e) History Lives Here project with Peter Lockyer
Chair Dot Connolly, Author Dan Buchanan, Catherine Stutt, Editor of
”Country Living Magazine” , Beth Bruder, Vice President of Dundurn
Press and Michael McLeod of PEC Chamber of Tourism met with Peter
Lockyer of History Lives Here to discuss his DVD history vignettes as a
potential idea for Brighton’s participation in the 2017 Canada Day
celebrations. Cost is $6500 plus tax for every 2 minutes of Brighton
history included in the vignettes. The committee may meet with Peter
at a later date to discuss further.
8. Correspondence
Canada Day 150th Celebrations.
Councillor Laura Vink received an email from Jim Millar of Community
Events, asking where the committee was with ideas for the special
yearlong event.
The group discussed investigating different area’s for funding including
buying into the above mentioned history vignettes, a bronze statue in
the Rose Ellery Park of John Brown, first apple grower in Brighton and a
history open house with people dressed up in costume. The group
discussed the need of a 6 month project coordinator and looking into
funding for this.
Councillor Vink will inform Community Events Committee/Jim Miller that the
Heritage group will meet with them by May 2016 for a complete update.
Heritage Advisory Committee: February 11, 2016
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9.
Next meeting: Thursday, March 17th, 2016 at Public Works, downstairs
boardroom.
10.
Adjournment
Resolution HA-16-09
Moved by: Parise Herbert
Seconded by: Mary Macklam
That the Committee adjourns the meeting at 11:07 a.m.
Carried
Dot Connolly, Chair
Heritage Advisory Committee: February 11, 2016
Diane Allore, Committee
Clerk
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February 19, 2016
Kathleen Wynne, Premier of Ontario
VIA – Email
Dear Premier Wynne,
Please be advised that the Council of the Municipality of Bluewater passed the following motion at their Council
meeting on February 16, 2016:
Moved by Councillor Zimmerman, seconded by Councillor Hill that:
Whereas Ontario's growing and aging population is putting an increasing strain on our publicly-funded health care
system;
And Whereas since February 2015, the Ontario government has made an almost 7% unilateral cut to physician services
expenditures which cover all the care doctors provide to patients – including cuts to programs which are specifically
designed to act as incentives for physicians to practice in rural areas:
And Whereas the decisions Ontario makes today will impact patients’ access to quality care in the years to come and
these cuts will threaten access to the quality, patient-focused care Ontarians need and expect:
And Whereas Ontario in experiencing a growing rural population as retirees move to the countryside;
And Whereas many rural municipalities in Ontario have formed physician recruitment and retention committees and
strategies to deal with the reality of physician retirements and shortages;
And Whereas rural areas in Ontario are already at a distinct disadvantage in recruiting family physicians due to a number
of factors;
Now Therefore Be It Resolved that the Council of the Municipality of Bluewater hereby requests that the Minister of
Health and Long Term Care reinstate incentives for physicians to practice in rural areas of Ontario, and that the minister
return to the table with Ontario’s doctors and work together through mediation-arbitration to reach a fair deal that protects
the quality, patient-focused care Ontario families deserve;
And Be It Further Resolved that copies of this resolution be sent to the Premier of Ontario, the federal and provincial
Ministers of Health, the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons, and all municipalities in Ontario. Carried.
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If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Kind Regards,
Charlene Overholt
Manager of Corporate Services/Clerk
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Hello Council,
We would like to first Thank the Municipality of Brighton very much for your support every year helping make the
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The Military Service Recognition Book helps us honour our past and present day Veterans in print form with full
biographies and photographs. To do this, submissions are being collected at the local Legion Branches and with the
continued help of our Veterans, their families and friends, this special publication will be released by September 2016
and in time for next year’s Remembrance Day Ceremonies.
A Minimum 20,000 Copies will be available free of charge at the Local Legion Branches and most importantly the
Military Service Recognition Book will be provided to Schools and Public libraries to help the younger generation
better understand the sacrifices made by our Veterans.
We are pleased to invite the Municipality of Brighton to renew your 1/4 Page Veterans Support/Remembrance Ad.
Thank You very much Vicki.
Best Regards,
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Royal Canadian Legion
Ontario Command
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The Royal Canadian Legion
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Dear Sir/Madam:
Thank you for your interest in The Royal Canadian Legion Ontario Command, representing Ontario’s
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Dear Mr. Mayor and Councillors;
This is a follow up to the correspondence from Mr. Rick Ziller regarding the
Municipality of Brighton plowing the internal Presqu’ile Park loop road.
I strongly object to my tax dollars being spent to subsidize snow plowing this
section of road. We purchase a park pass every summer and are not given any
discount as a resident of Brighton. We have been told that Presqu’ile Park makes
approximately $600,000.00 in annual profit that is sent elsewhere in the Province
and not spent locally. Considering this, it does not appear that the Park needs to
be subsidized by Brighton taxpayers.
Presqu’ile Park management has many options for snow removal on this section
of roadway, including contraction with one of our local businesses. The
Municipality of Brighton should not be competing for contracts with our local
people.
My recommendation is to stop plowing this road at the end of this winter season
and charge Presqu’ile Park a competitive rate for the snowplowing work done
during the 2015/2016 winter.
Yours truly,
Jim Kovacs P. Eng.
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