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Frank Reddick Markham Counc

Frank Reddick Markham Counc

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2007-06-26
 
COUNCIL MINUTES
 
Council Chamber, Civic Centre
 
Meeting No. 12
 
ROLL CALL
 Mayor F. Scarpitti, Deputy Mayor J. Jones, Regional Councillor J. Heath, Regional Councillor T. Wong,Regional Councillor G. Landon, Councillor V. Burke, Councillor E. Shapero, Councillor C. Moretti,Councillor J. Webster, Councillor D. Horchik, Councillor L. Kanapathi, Councillor A. Chiu. (12)
REGRET
 Councillor J. Virgilio.The Regular Meeting of Council was held on June 26, 2007 at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chamber, CivicCentre. Mayor F. Scarpitti presided.
STAFF
 J. Livey, Chief Administrative OfficerJ. Baird, Commissioner of Development ServicesA. Taylor, Commissioner of Corporate ServicesS. Birrell, Town Clerk K. Kitteringham, Deputy Clerk C. Conrad, Town SolicitorB. Cribbett, TreasurerB. Nanninga, Executive AssistantP. Loukes, Director of OperationsA. Seabrooke, Director of Strategic ServicesJ. Wong, Technology Support Specialist
1. DISCLOSURE OF PECUNIARY INTEREST
 Regional Councillor G. Landon and Councillor J. Webster declared a conflict of interest with respect toClause (12), Report No. 44 (The Markhaven Foundation) as they both sit on the Board of Directors forthe Foundation, and did not take part in the consideration or discussion of or vote on the question of theapproval of such matter.Page 1 of 6210/27/2010http://www.markham.ca/markham/ccbs/indexfile/Agendas/2007/Council/cl070911/cl070...
 
 
2. MINUTES
(1) COUNCIL MINUTES - JUNE 12, 2007 (16.0)Minutes Moved by Councillor A. ChiuSeconded by Councillor E. ShaperoThat the Minutes of the Council Meeting held on June 12, 2007, be adopted.
CARRIED
 
3. PRESENTATIONS
(1) MILLENNIUM SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION ENTRANCE AWARD (12.2.6)Council honoured and congratulated the recipients of the Millennium Scholarship Foundation EntranceAward.There are three levels of entrance awards:National - 100 awards of $5,000, renewable to a maximum of $20,000.Provincial/Territorial - 241 awards of $4,000, renewable to a maximum of $16,000.Local - 711 one-time awards of $4,000.Local and regional awards are distributed in each province and territory based on their share of theCanadian population, while national awards are allocated to the most exceptional applicants across thecountry, regardless of provincial and territorial quotas.
Names
 
Award Levels
 Balendra, Vyshnavy LocalChan, Chrystal LocalCui, Xiao Carol ProvincialDhillon, Ambreen LocalJung, Jeffrey LocalLalani, Farah LocalLin, Tinya LocalLu, Sophia LocalMarisetti, Aditi ProvincialPak, Catherine LocalSu, Janet LocalWhittamore, Taylor Provincial
 
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 (2) CO-CHAIRS OF MAYOR’S YOUTH TASK FORCE (12.2.6)Council recognized and thanked the following Co-Chairs for their significant contributions to theMayor's Youth Task Force. Council also extended their best wishes and wish them every success asthey leave to go to university.Ben Bigio - 7 yearsAditi Marisetti - 3 years
4. DELEGATIONS
(1) Ron Hendrix, Catholic Cemeteries Archdiocese of Toronto, addressed Council on the proposedpesticide by-law regulating the non-essential use of pesticides on public and private property andspoke against the inclusion of cemeteries in the by-law, while excluding golf courses and lawnbowling greens. (5.7 & 6.3)(Clause 8, Report No. 40, 2007)(2) Asifa Sheikh, Canadian Cancer Society, addressed Council on the proposed pesticide by-lawregulating the non-essential use of pesticides on public and private property and indicatedsupport with respect thereto. (5.7 & 6.3)(Clause 8, Report No. 40, 2007)(3) David Jordan, 125 John Street, President of the Thornhill Conservation District RatepayersAssociation, addressed Council to speak in favour of the Thornhill Markham ConservationDistrict Plan and suggested new residents to the area receive a copy of the Plan. (10.0)(Clause 8, Report No. 41, 2007)(4) Tracy MacKinnon, Unionville BIA, addressed Council regarding the amendment to festivalname "Jazz on Main". (3.5)(Communication 46-2007)Page 3 of 6210/27/2010http://www.markham.ca/markham/ccbs/indexfile/Agendas/2007/Council/cl070911/cl070...

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