Item - 2018.EX31.2

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EX31.2 - 2018 Capital and Operating Budgets

Decision Type:
ACTION
Status:
Amended
Wards:
All

City Council Decision

City Council on February 12, 2018, adopted the following:

 

2018 Capital Budget

 

1.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Tax Supported Programs and Agencies of $3.837 billion (including 2017 carry forward funding of $0.843 billion); 2018 cash flow funding of $2.268 billion (including 2-year carry forward funding of $0.072 million) and  future year commitments of $5.456 billion for previously approved projects; total project cost authority for new and change in scope projects of $2.755 billion requiring 2018 cash flow of $0.726 million and future year commitments of $2.029 billion; and, 2019-2027 planned capital estimates of $15.487 billion as detailed in Appendices 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4 and 3.1.7 to the report (February 5, 2018) from the City Manager and Interim Chief Financial Officer.

 

2.  City Council approve funding sources for the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Tax Supported Capital Budget as outlined in Appendix 3.1.5 to the report (February 5, 2018) from the City Manager and the Interim Chief Financial Officer.

 

CITIZEN CENTRED SERVICES "A"

 

Children's Services

 

3.  City Council approve, as amended by Part 6 below, the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Children's Services with a total project cost of $21.872 million, and 2018 cash flow of $36.036 million and future year commitments of $28.911 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  10 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $21.872 million that requires cash flow of $6.425 million in 2018; $5.422 million in 2019; $5.966 million in 2020; $2.646 million in 2021; and $1.413 million for 2022;

 

ii.  15 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $5.266 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $8.114 million for 2019; $2.460 million for 2020; $1.930 million for 2021; $0.960 million for 2022; and

 

iii.  11 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2016 and prior years requiring 2018 cash flow of $6.876 million that requires Council to reaffirm its commitment; and

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 14 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $17.469 million.

 

4.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Children's Services totalling $20.138 million in project estimates, composed of $1.285 million in 2019; $1.726 million for 2020; $2.867 million for 2021; $2.587 million for 2022; $2.547 million for 2023; $3.037 million for 2024; $3.097 million for 2025; $1.496 million for 2026; and $1.496 million in 2027.

 

5.  City Council consider the operating savings of $0.015 million net in 2018; savings of $0.093 million net in 2019; savings of $0.211 million net in 2020; savings of $0.391 million net in 2021; savings of $0.157 million net in 2022; and operating costs of $0.471 million net from 2023-2027 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

6.  City Council direct that the Anishnawbe Child Care Centre, included in the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget and 2019-2027 Capital Plan be approved conditionally, subject to the approval of the new priority, City 20 percent Share of Provincial/Federal Growth Subsidy for $2.0 million included in the list of New/Enhanced Priorities for Budget Committee's review and consideration with the 2018 Budget process; and City Council replace $2 million in the 2018 Children’s Services Capital budget to fund the Anishawabe Child Care Centre with funding from the Child Care Capital Reserve, and that the funding be used to fund 140 new child care fee subsidies.

 

7.  City Council request that all sub-projects with third party financing be approved conditionally, subject to the receipt of such financing in 2018 and if such funding is not forthcoming, their priority and funding be reassessed by City Council relative to other City-financed priorities and needs.

 

Economic Development and Culture

 

8.  City Council increase the 2018 Capital Budget and 2019-2027 Capital Plan for Economic Development and Culture to include the John Street Public Art Project with project cost of $1,729,027.87 and cash flow of $50,000 in 2020, $100,000 in 2021 and $1,579,027.87 in 2022, fully funded by Section 37 and 45 (Planning Act Reserve Fund) community benefits collected from the following developments: 

 

a. 12 to 18 Mercer Street and 60 John Street, secured as a Public Art contribution to be used on the development, including treatment of the proposed parking entrance on John Street, with the remainder allocated to the John Street streetscape improvement initiative, in the amount of $756,844.21 (source account number XR3026-3700511); 

 
b. 181, 199 and 203 Richmond Street West and 10 Nelson Street, secured as a public art contribution to the City in accordance with the Public Art program, in the amount of $785,130.58 (source account number XR3026-3700659); 

 
c. 340 Front Street West, secured for Public Art in the surrounding area, in the amount of $109,964.18 (source account number XR3026-3700138); and

 
d. 295 Adelaide St West and 100 to 104 John Street, secured for arts and cultural facilities in Ward 20, in the amount of $77,088.90 (source account number XR3028-4500129).

 

9.  City Council authorize the General Manager, Economic Development and Culture to accept a grant of $500,000 from Canadian Cultural Spaces, Department of Canadian Heritage/Patrimoine Canadien for St. Lawrence Centre Roof Replacement.

 

10.  City Council amend the 2018-2027 Executive Committee Recommended Capital Budget and Plan for Economic Development and Culture to apply the grant of $500,000 to the "St. Lawrence Centre Roof" capital project (CAC103-03) in 2018 and reduce the debt funding by $500,000, and increase the project cost of the "Guild Revitalization" (CAC109-01) by $500,000, from $5.648 million to $6.148 million funded from debt transferred from St. Lawrence Centre Roof, with cash flows of $500,000 in 2018.

 

11.  City Council approve, as amended by Parts 8, 9 and 10 above, the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Economic Development and Culture with a total project cost of $23.071 million, and 2018 cash flow of $25.963 million and future year commitments of $9.512 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  36 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $23.071 million that requires cash flow of $14.559 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $8.512 million for 2019;

 

ii.  10 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $3.602 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $1.000 million for 2019; and

 

iii.  1 previously approved sub-project with carry forward funding from 2016 and prior years requiring 2018 cash flow of $0.514 million that requires Council to reaffirm its commitment; and

 

b. 2017 approved cash flow for 23 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $7.288 million.

 

12.  City Council approve, as amended by Parts 8, 9 and 10 above, the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Economic Development and Culture totalling $169.781 million in project estimates, composed of $10.907 million for 2019; $20.938 million for 2020; $20.016 million for 2021; $20.399 million for 2022; $20.875 million for 2023; $16.122 million for 2024; $17.881 million for 2025; $21.789 million for 2026; and $20.854 million in 2027.

 

13.  City Council consider all operating costs of $0.005 million net in 2018 arising from approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget.

 

14.  City Council direct the General Manager, Economic Development and Culture, the President and Chief Executive Officer, Civic Theatres Toronto, the General Manager, Facilities Management and the Executive Director, Financial Planning to report back on a plan to consolidate capital budgets for the three Civic Theatres into a single portfolio.

 

15.  City Council direct that all sub-projects with third party financing be approved conditionally, subject to the receipt of such financing in 2018 and if such funding is not forthcoming, their priority and funding be reassessed by City Council relative to other City-financed priorities and needs.

 

Long Term Care Homes and Services

 

16.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Long-Term Care Homes and Services with a total project cost of $8.690 million, and 2018 cash flow of $11.168 million and future year commitments of $3.438 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  4 new sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $8.690 million that requires cash flow of $5.890 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $2.800 million for 2019; and

 

ii.  3 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $2.800 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $0.638 million for 2019; and

 

b. 2017 approved cash flow for 5 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $2.478 million.

 

17.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Long-Term Care Homes and Services totalling $73.874 million in project estimates, composed of $9.328 million for 2019; $7.977 million for 2020; $7.977 million for 2021; $8.150 million for 2022; $8.150 million for 2023; $8.073 billion for 2024; $8.073 million for 2025; $8.073 million for 2026; and $8.073 million in 2027.

 

Parks, Forestry and Recreation

 

18.  City Council amend the 2018-2027 Capital Budget and Plan for Parks, Forestry and Recreation by increasing the total project cost of the Ward 38 Park Improvements sub-project in the Park Development project, by $100,000 from $1.2 million to $1.3 million and 2018 cash flow of $100,000, with funding from the Parkland Acquisition East District Local Development Reserve Fund (XR2205), to undertake improvements in Knob Hill Park.

 

19.  City Council amend the 2018 Parks, Forestry and Recreation Capital Budget for the Bellevue Square Additional Funding sub-project in the Park Development project, by increasing the project cost by $275,000 from $1,819,000 to $2,094,000 and 2018 cash flow from $300,000 to $575,000, with funding from the following sources: $247,646.03 from the Section 42 Alternate Rate Cash-in-lieu for 255 College Street (source account: XR2213-4200684) and $27,353.97 from the Section 42 Alternate Rate Cash-in-lieu for 219 Queen Street West (source account: XR2213-4200663) to address unforeseen site conditions.

 

20.  City Council approve, as amended by Parts 18 and 19 above,  the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Parks, Forestry and Recreation with a total project cost of $174.652 million, and 2018 cash flow of $202.523 million and future year commitments of $329.161 million composed of the following:

 

a. New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i. 103 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $174.652 million that requires cash flow of $54.606 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $69.233 million for 2019; $39.869 million for 2020; $9.550 million for 2021; $1.194 million for 2022; and $0.200 million for 2023;

 

ii. 183 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $61.408 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $113.572 million for 2019; $64.194 million for 2020; $10.587 million for 2021; $1.234 million for 2022; and $0.122 million; and

 

iii.  102 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2016 and prior years requiring 2018 cash flow of $21.376 million; $13.222 million for 2019; $4.443 million for 2020; and $1.741 million for 2021 that requires Council to reaffirm its commitment; and

 

b. 2017 approved cash flow for 108 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $65.133 million.

 

21.  City Council approve, as amended by Parts 18 and 19 above, the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Parks, Forestry and Recreation totalling $844.623 million in project estimates, composed of $20.199 million for 2019; $90.134 million for 2020; $148.325 million for 2021; $132.870 million for 2022; $86.485 million for 2023; $111.735 million for 2024; $82.470 million for 2025; and $88.950 million in 2026; and 83.455 million in 2027.

 

22.  City Council consider the operating costs of $0.250 million net in 2018 and 4 new positions resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

  

23.  City Council approve 50 new temporary capital positions for the delivery of 2018 capital projects and that the duration for each temporary position not exceed the life and funding of its respective projects / sub-projects.

 

24.  City Council authorize the Interim Chief Financial Officer to adjust the following 2018 Preliminary Capital Budgets to fund the Participatory Budgeting Pilot projects detailed below:

 

a. the Parks, Forestry and Recreation 2018 Preliminary Capital Budget be increased by $690,000 gross, $0 debt for:

 

the following Ward 33 projects to be funded from Account XR2207 Parkland Acquisition - North District Local Development Reserve Fund at a cost of $220,000 gross, $0 debt:

 

- Exercise Park in Parkway Forest Park - $75,000 gross, $0 debt;

- Seniors Exercise Park in Godstone Park - $50,000 gross, $0 debt;

- Pleasantview Park Improvements - $20,000 gross, $0 debt; and

- Shawnee Park Recreation Improvements - $75,000 gross, $0 debt;

 

the following Ward 35 projects to be funded from Account XR2205 Parkland Acquisition - East District Local Development Reserve Fund at a cost of $225,000 gross, $0 debt:

 

- Upgrade Lighting in Madelaine Park - $45,000 gross, $0 debt;

- New Junior Playground in Madelaine Park - $100,000 gross, $0 debt;

- Water Bottle-Filling Station in Oakridge Park - $20,000 gross, $0 debt;

- Improve Pathway at Madelaine Park - $50,000 gross, $0 debt; and

- Water Bottle-Filling Station in Prairie Drive Park - $10,000 gross, $0 debt;

 

the following Ward 12 projects to be funded from Account XR2203 Parkland Acquisition - West District Local Development Reserve Fund at a cost of $245,000 gross, $0 debt:

 

- Exercise Park in Maple Leaf Park - $75,000 gross, $0 debt;

- Lights Around Maple Leaf Park Reservoir - $50,000 gross, $0 debt;

- Walking Path Around Maple Leaf Park Reservoir - $100,000 gross, $0 debt; and

- Chess Tables in Maple Leaf Park - $20,000 gross, $0 debt.

 

25.  City Council direct that all sub-projects with third party financing be approved conditionally, subject to the receipt of such financing in 2018 and if such funding is not forthcoming, their priority and funding be reassessed by City Council relative to other City-financed priorities and needs.

 

26.  City Council authorize the General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation to take the necessary steps required to execute capital delivery agreements, satisfactory to the General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation and the City Solicitor, between the City of Toronto's Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division and the Toronto Waterfront Revitalization Corporation ("Waterfront Toronto") for Waterfront Toronto to facilitate the completion of projects that support the waterfront renewal.

 

27.  City Council direct that following condition assessments of existing capital infrastructure, the General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation incorporate any required adjustments to the current accumulated state of good repair backlog for each of Parks, Forestry and Recreation's asset categories together with the 2019 Capital Budget submission.

 

28.  City Council direct the General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation, together with the Chief Information Officer, to report back on the operating costs and associated benefits arising from the implementation of transformation Information Technology projects specifically the Permitting, Licensing and Registration System project; the Enterprise Work Management System; and the Interface for CATS/TASS project in time for the 2019 Budget process.

 

Shelter, Support Housing and Administration

 

29.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Shelter Support and Housing Administration with a total project cost of $457.743 million, and 2018 cash flow of $311.205 million and future year commitments of $234.511 million composed of the following:

 

a. New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  3 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $457.743 million that requires cash flow of $259.917 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $125.186 million in 2019 and $72.640 million in 2020;

 

ii. 5 previously approved projects with a 2018 cash flow of $15.764 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $21.819 million for 2019; $3.146 million for 2020; $3.146 million for 2021; $3.146 million for 2022; $3.146 million for 2023 and $2.282 million for 2024; and

 

iii.  1 previously approved sub-project with carry forward funding from 2016 requiring 2018 cash flow of $8.251 million that requires Council to reaffirm its commitment; and

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 5 previously approved projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $27.273 million.

 

30.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Shelter, Support and Housing Administration totalling $499.471 million in project estimates, composed of $8.129 million for 2019; $5.854 million for 2020; $5.854 million for 2021; $5.854 million for 2022; $466.180 million for 2023; $1.900 million for 2024; $1.900 million for 2025; $1.900 million in 2026 and $1.900 million in 2027.

 

31.  City Council consider the operating costs/(savings) of $1.869 million net in 2018; $16.445 million net in 2019; $25.248 million net in 2020 and ($1.260) million net in 2024 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

32.  City Council approve 12 new temporary positions for the delivery of 2018 capital projects and that the duration of these positions not exceed the life and funding of their respective projects/subprojects.

 

33.   City Council direct that following condition assessments of existing capital infrastructure, the General Manager of Shelter, Support and Housing Administration incorporate any required adjustments to the current accumulated state of good repair backlog for each of Shelter, Support and Housing Administration's asset categories in time for the 2019 Budget process.

 

34.  City Council, in its capacity as Social Housing Service Manager under the Housing Services Act, 2011, direct the Interim Chief Financial Officer to make a contribution, funded from City's debt, to Toronto Community Housing Corporation based on incurred capital expenditures, of up to $160.000 million in 2018 and $40.000 million in 2019 to address its state of good repair backlog and $56.037 million in 2018 and $23.146 million in 2019 for existing redevelopment projects, on terms and conditions satisfactory to the Interim Chief Financial Officer and in a form satisfactory to the City Solicitor.

 

35.  City Council, in its capacity as shareholder of the Toronto Community Housing Corporation, authorize the Interim Chief Financial Officer to direct Toronto Community Housing Corporation to adhere to the City's Quarterly Capital Variance reporting process and provide status updates on capital spending on City funded projects.

 

Toronto Employment and Social Services

 

36.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Toronto Employment and Social Services with a total project cost of $9.823 million, and 2018 cash flow of $7.651 million and future year commitments of $7.510 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for the Human Services Integration Implementation project with a 2018 total project cost of $9.823 million that requires cash flow of $2.313 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $3.623 million for 2019, $2.675 million for 2020, and $1.212 million for 2021; and

 

b. 2017 approved cash flow for the previously approved Wellesley Place Renovation and Human Services Integration Phase 1 project with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $5.338 million.

 

37.  City Council approve 11 new temporary capital positions for the delivery of 2018 capital project and that the duration for each temporary position not exceed the life and funding of its respective projects/sub-projects.

 

38.  City Council consider the operating savings of $2.391 million net in 2022 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in future year operating budgets.

 

Toronto Paramedic Services

 

39.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Toronto Paramedic Services with a total project cost of $16.912 million, and 2018 cash flow of $5.332 million and future year commitments of $15.230 million composed of the following:

 

a. New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  5 new sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $16.912 million that requires cash flow of $2.082 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $0.680 million for 2019; $6.450 million for 2020; $6.968 million for 2021; and $0.732 million for 2022; and

 

ii.  2 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $0.950 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $0.400 million for 2019; and

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 8 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $2.300 million.

 

40.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Toronto Paramedic Services totalling $44.835 million in project estimates, composed of $1.810 million for 2019; $1.180 million for 2020; $0.630 million for 2021; $4.890 million for 2022; $5.090 million for 2023; $3.430 million for 2024; $7.620 million for 2025; $11.585 million in 2026; and $8.600 million in 2027.

 

41.  City Council consider the operating costs/(savings) of $0.035 million net in 2018; $0.004 million net in 2019; ($0.065) million net in 2020; ($0.014) million net in 2021; $0.600 million net in 2022; $0.178 million net in 2023; ($0.239) million net in 2024; $0.007 million net in 2025; ($0.004) million net in 2026; and $0.122 million net in 2027 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

42.  City Council approve 2 new temporary capital positions for the delivery of 2018 capital projects and that the duration for each temporary position not exceed the life and funding of its respective projects/sub-projects.

 

43.  City Council direct Toronto Paramedic Services and CreateTO to report back on options to optimize site locations for the 48 existing ambulance stations and service district centres to the Interim Chief Financial Officer in time for the 2019 Budget process.

 

City Planning

 

44.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for City Planning with a total project cost of $7.010 million, and 2018 cash flow of $6.781 million and future year commitments of $2.628 million composed of the following:

 

a. New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  12 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $7.010 million that requires cash flow of $4.782 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $1.828 million for 2019; and $0.400 million for 2020; and

 

ii.  5 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $1.999 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $0.400 million for 2019.

 

45.  City Council approve the 2019 – 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for City Planning totalling $53.505 million in project estimates, composed of $4.480 million for 2019; $6.134 million for 2020; $6.263 million for 2021; $5.818 million for 2022; $5.818 million for 2023; $6.266 million for 2024; $6.266 million for 2025; $6.230 million in 2026; and $6.230 million in 2027.

 

Fire Services

 

46.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Toronto Fire Services with a total project cost of $4.693 million, and 2018 cash flow of $15.731 million and future year commitments of $8.334 million composed of the following:

 

a. New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  seven new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $4.693 million that requires cash flow of $2.615 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $1.390 million for 2019; and $0.688 million for 2020;

 

ii. four previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $0.470 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $5.144 million for 2019; and

 

iii.  two previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2016 and prior years requiring 2018 cash flow of $3.053 million and 2019 cash flow of $1.112 that requires Council to reaffirm its commitment; and

 

b. 2017 approved cash flow for 10 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $9.593 million.

 

47.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Toronto Fire Services $35.240 million in project estimates, composed of $1.927 million for 2019; $2.128 million for 2020; $2.530 million for 2021; $0.431 million for 2022; $8.269 million for 2023; $9.302 million for 2024; $4.703 million for 2025; $3.800 million for 2026 and $2.150 million for 2027.

 

48.  City Council consider the operating costs of $0.355 million net in 2018; $4.426 million net in 2019; $0.591 million net in 2020; and $0.126 million net in 2021 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

49.  City Council request Toronto Fire Services, in collaboration with Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy and CreateTO, to provide to the Interim Chief Financial Officer an update on the Fire Station Optimization and Real Estate Rationalization Plans with the Fire Services' 2019 Capital submission.

 

Transportation Services

 

50.  City Council increase the 2018 Capital Budget and 2019-2027 Capital Plan for Transportation Services by $9,648,699.11 in total project cost and cash flows of $2,900,000 in 2019 and $6,748,699.11 in 2020 for the John Street Revitalization Project (CTP817-66) fully funded by Section 37 and 45 (Planning Act Reserve Fund) community benefits collected from the following developments: 

 

a. 126 Simcoe Street, secured for a range of benefits including streetscape improvements in the area, in the amount of $98,635.98 (source account number XR3026-3700198);

 
b. 169 John Street, secured for improvements to Grange Park and/or streetscape improvements on McCaul Street and/or John Street, in the amount of $56,998.09 (source account number XR3026-3700026);

 
c. 12 to 18 Mercer Street and 60 John Street, secured for a range of benefits including streetscape improvements to John Street and Mercer Street, in the amount of $38,351.05 (source account number XR3026-3700509);

 
d. 295 Adelaide Street West and 100 to 104 John Street, secured for a range of benefits including streetscape improvements to John Street and the design development supporting the John Street streetscape improvement initiative, in the amount of $1,159,615.53 (source account number XR3026-3700438);

 
e. 295 Adelaide Street West and 100 to 104 John Street, secured for streetscape improvements to John Street, design development supporting the John Street streetscape improvement initiative, and/or one or more Heritage Conservation District studies within the East Precinct of the King-Spadina Secondary Plan Area, in the amount of $94,130.47 (source account number XR3026-3700439);

 
f.  56 Blue Jays Way, secured for a range of benefits including streetscape improvements to John Street and/or Mercer Street, in the amount of $18,748.04 (source account number XR3026-3700330);

 
g.  371, 373-377 and 379 King Street West, secured for streetscape and other civic improvements in the local area of the lot, in the amount of $84,406.49 (source account number XR3026-3700263);

 
h. 335 King Street West, 355 King Street West and 119 Blue Jays Way, secured for streetscape improvements to John Street and Mercer Street and the design development supporting the John Street streetscape project, in the amount of $9,402.77 (source account number XR3026-3700747);

 
i. 181, 199 and 203 Richmond Street West and 10 Nelson Street, secured for the design, development and construction of improvements to the streetscape along John Street between Queen Street West and Front Street West for the creation of a cultural spine along John Street, in the amount of $966,153.73 (source account number XR3026-3700516);

 
j. 523, 525 and 525A Adelaide Street West, secured for streetscape improvements in the vicinity of the lot, in the amount of $229,728.53 (source account number XR3026-3700616);

 
k. 288A, 290 and 294 Adelaide Street West, secured for John Street streetscape improvements and local parks, in the amount of $1,741,376.06 (source account number XR3026-3700505);

 
l. 328, 330, 332, 334, 336, 338 and 340 Adelaide Street West, secured for a range of benefits including improvements to John Street, in the amount of $325,624.88 (source account number XR3026-3700391);

 
m. 11 Charlotte Street, secured for capital improvements to the John Street Revitalization project in Ward 20, in the amount of $841,751.88 (source account number XR3026-3700507);

 
n. 224 King Street West, secured for a range of benefits including funds to be used towards streetscape improvements to John Street, in the amount of $923,186.45 (source account number XR3026-3700469);

 
o. 60 John Street and 12 Mercer Street, secured for a range of benefits including the design development for John Street, in the amount $154,867.74 (source account number XR3028-4500120);

 
p. 295 Adelaide St West and 100 to 104 John Street, secured for capital improvements to John Street, in the amount of $231,266.69 (source account number XR3028-4500128);

 
q. 290 Adelaide Street West, secured for streetscape improvements in the immediate vicinity of the subject site, in the amount of $151,190.72 (source account number XR3028-4500186);

 
r. 290 Adelaide Street West, secured for streetscape improvements to John Street or park improvements in the area, in the amount of $362,390.51 (source account number XR3028-4500116);

 
s. 180 John Street, secured for public realm improvements, in the amount of $30,126.00 (source account number XR3028-4500194);

 
t. 56 Blue Jays Way, secured for streetscape improvements in the area, in the amount of $50,396.91 (source account number XR3028-4500183); 

 
u. 576, 578 and 580 Front Street West, 25 and 27 Bathurst Street, 33, 35 and 49 Niagara Street, secured for parkland, streetscape improvements and community facilities within the King - Spadina Secondary Plan area, in the amount of $1,730,691.51 (source account number XR3026-3700810);

 
v. 558, 560 Front Street West, secured for park or streetscape improvement in the area, in the amount of $21,601.26 (source account number XR3028-4500056); 

 
w. 426 to 444 Adelaide Street West, secured for improvements to parks, the public realm or community facilities in Ward 20, in the amount of $75,134.42 (source account number XR3028-4500140); 

 
x. 578, 580 Front Street West, 25, 27 Bathurst Street and 33 to 49 Niagara Street, secured for pedestrian and cycling infrastructure improvements in Ward 20, in the amount $74,222.00 (source account number XR3028-4500197); 

 
y. 306 to 322 Richmond Street West, secured for civic improvements, including but not limited to streetscape improvements on John Street, Richmond Street West and Adelaide Street West, in the amount of $160,000.00 (source account number 220096);

 
z. 306 to 322 Richmond Street West, secured for streetscape improvements in the area, in the amount of $3,701.40 (source account number XR3028-4500144); and

 
aa. 172 John Street, secured for public realm improvements on John Street, in the amount of $15,000.00 (source account number 220096).

 

51.  City Council approve, as amended by Part 50 above, the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Transportation Services with a total project cost of $$1.556 billion, and 2018 cash flow of $522.056 million and future year commitments of $2.505 billion composed of the following:

 

a. New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  87 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $1.556 billion that requires cash flow of $53.972 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $227.126 million for 2019; $272.449 million for 2020; $265.965 million for 2021; $268.048 million for 2022; $305.597 million for 2023; $39.071 million for 2024; $40.265 million for 2025; $41.583 million for 2026; and $42.381 million for 2027; and

 

ii.  70 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $318.073 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $274.460 million for 2019; $260.021 million for 2020; $230.486 million for 2021; $221.944 million for 2022; $13.040 million for 2023; $1.490 million for 2024; and $1.490 million for 2025; and

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 64 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $150.011 million.

 

52.  City Council approve, as amended by Part 50 above, the 2019 – 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Transportation Services totalling $2.281 billion in project estimates, composed of $31.398 million for 2019; $14.406 million for 2020; $55.627 million for 2021; $67.434 million for 2022; $221.421 million for 2023; $1.225 billion for 2024; $217.621 million for 2025; $223.835 million in 2026; and $224.843 for 2027.

 

53.  City Council consider the operating costs of $0.340 million net in 2018 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

  

54.  City Council approve the transfer of $2.000 million in Public Transit Infrastructure Fund (PTIF) funding from Transportation Services' 2018 Capital Budget to the Toronto Parking Authority for the Bike Share program.

 

55.  City Council approve an increase of total project cost of $0.100 million, as reflected in the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Transportation Services, for the prioritization, planning and design of school safety zones in support of the Road Safety Plan with 2018 cash flow funding from a one-time grant from Bloomberg Philanthropies.

 

56. City Council authorize the Interim Chief Financial Officer to adjust the following 2018 Preliminary Capital Budgets to fund the Participatory Budgeting Pilot project detailed below:

 

a. the Transportation Services 2018 Preliminary Capital Budget be increased by $15,000 gross, $0 debt for the following project to be funded from Account XR1410 Public Realm Reserve Fund:

 

- Shawnee Park Accessibility Improvements - $15,000 gross, $0 debt. 

 

57.  City Council direct that all sub-projects with third party financing be approved conditionally, subject to the receipt of such financing in 2018 and if such funding is not forthcoming, their priority and funding be reassessed by City Council relative to other City-financed priorities and needs.

 

58.  City Council direct that following condition assessments of existing capital infrastructure, the General Manager, Transportation Services incorporate any required adjustments to the current accumulated state of good repair backlog for each of Transportation Services' asset categories together within its 2019 Capital Budget submission.

 

59.  City Council direct the General Manager, Transportation Services to provide all operating costs resulting from the completion of capital projects included in the 10-Year Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan with the 2019 Capital Budget submission.

 

60.  City Council direct the General Manager, Transportation Services to work with Parks, Forestry and Recreation and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority to assess the timing of the Brimley Road South path project as part of the 2018 Cycling Network Plan review and to report back in time for the 2019 Budget process.

 

61.  City Council direct the General Manager, Transportation Services to report to the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee in early 2019 on the resources necessary to accelerate the 10 year cycling plan to be completed by the end of 2022.

 

Waterfront Revitalization

 

62.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Waterfront Revitalization Initiative with a total project cost of $417.314 million, and 2018 cash flow of $165.045 million and future year commitments of $321.756 million composed of the following:

 

a. New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i. 5 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $417.314 million that requires cash flow of $132.369 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $160.953 million for 2019; $110.890 million for 2020; $11.902 million for 2021; $0.600 million for 2022; and $0.600 million for 2023; and

 

ii. 4 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $29.632 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $5.050 million for 2019; $4.050 million for 2020; $14.155 million for 2021; and $14.156 million for 2022; and

 

b. 2017 approved cash flow for 2 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $3.044 million.

 

63.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Waterfront Revitalization Initiative totalling $39.195 million in project estimates, composed of; $13.455 million for 2019; $13.008 million for 2020; $6.414 million for 2021; $3.837 million for 2022; $0.976 million for 2023; and $1.505 million for 2024.

 

64.  City Council authorize the Deputy City Manager Cluster B or designate, in consultation with the Interim Chief Financial Officer, to execute a Contribution Agreement with the Federal and Provincial governments and Waterfront Toronto for Port Lands Flood Protection, based substantially on the terms outlined in Attachment 1 to the report (December 5, 2017) from the Deputy City Manager Cluster B and the Interim Chief Financial Officer, upon such terms and conditions as may be acceptable to the Deputy City Manager, Cluster B or designate, and the Interim Chief Financial Officer, in a form acceptable to the City Solicitor.

 

INTERNAL CORPORATE SERVICES

 

311 Toronto

 

65.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for 311 Toronto with a total project cost of $8.688 million, and 2018 cash flow of $6.391 million and future year commitments of $5.692 million composed of the following:

 

a. New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  5 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $8.688 million that requires cash flow of $2.996 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $2.938 million in 2019, $1.887 million for 2020; $0.210 million for 2021 and $0.657 million for 2022; and

 

ii.  1 previously approved sub-project with carry forward funding from 2016 and prior years requiring 2018 cash flow of $1.000 million that requires Council to reaffirm its commitment; and

 

b. 2017 approved cash flow for 4 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $2.395 million.

 

66.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for 311 Toronto totalling $19.833 million in project estimates, composed of $3.065 million for 2019; $3.265 million for 2020; $4.534 million for 2021; $0.489 million for 2022; $1.696 million for 2023; $1.696 million for 2024; $1.696 million for 2025; $1.696 million in 2026 and $1.696 million in 2027.

 

67.  City Council consider the operating costs of $0.311 million net in 2018, $0.171 million net for 2019, and $0.012 million net for 2020 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy

 

68.  City Council increase the 2018 Capital Budget for Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy by $325,000 to increase the total project cost from $520,000 to $845,000 for the capital sub-project known as "Ward 38, 705 Progress Building Improvements" in support of the South Asian Awareness for Autism Centre to provide the necessary capital repairs and improvements that would allow for occupancy of Unit 63, funded through the reserve fund (XR2007).

 

69.  City Council approve, as amended by Part 68 above, the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget and Plan for Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy with a total project cost of $173.692 million, and 2018 cash flow of $351.657 million and future year commitments of $207.059 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  59 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $173.692 million that requires cash flow of $70.362 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $73.671 million for 2019; $28.254 million for 2020; and $1.405 million for 2021;

 

ii.  81 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $149.749 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $55.832 million for 2019; $23.484 million for 2020; $10.913 million for 2021; $2.500 million for 2022; $2.700 million for 2023; $2.700 million for 2024; $2.200 million for 2025; $1.700 million for 2026; and $1.700 million in 2027; and

 

iii.  3 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2016 and prior years requiring 2018 cash flow of $0.476 million that requires Council to reaffirm its commitment; and

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 117 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $131.070 million.

 

70.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy totalling $902.292 million in project estimates, composed of $40.382 million for 2019; $83.635 million for 2020; $103.731 million for 2021; $129.737 million for 2022; $142.133 million for 2023; $118.309 million for 2024; $95.495 million for 2025; $96.176 million in 2026; and $92.697 million in 2027.

 

71.  City Council direct that all sub-projects with third party financing be approved conditionally, subject to the receipt of such financing in 2018 and if such funding is not forthcoming, their priority and funding be reassessed by City Council relative to other City-financed priorities and needs.

 

72. City Council:

 

a. approve an increase to the total project cost from $800.7 million to $823.5 million, requiring additional reserve funding and an increase to Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy's 2018 - 2027 Preliminary Capital Budget and Plan for the Union Station Revitalization project in the amount of $22.8 million in 2018, funded through the Capital Financing Reserve Fund; and

 

b. direct that any recoveries for increased costs from third parties will be returned to the Capital Financing Reserve Fund.

 

73. City Council approve an increase in the total project cost of $9.5 million, increasing the total project budget to $102.3 million, requiring additional debt funding and an increase to Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy's 2018 - 2027 Preliminary Capital Budget and Plan for the St. Lawrence Market North Redevelopment project in the amount of $9.5 million in 2020.

 

Fleet Services

 

74. City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Fleet Services with a total project cost of $70.802 million, and 2018 cash flow of $79.010 million and future year commitments of $74.694 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  28 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $70.802 million that require cash flow of $23.925 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $31.877 million for 2019 and $15.000 million for 2020; and

 

ii.  24 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $50.481 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $27.817 million for 2019; and

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 26 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $4.604 million.

 

75.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Fleet Services totalling $559.980 million in project estimates, composed of $12.013 million in 2019; $67.676 million for 2020; $67.066 million for 2021; $67.576 million for 2022; $69.327 million for 2023; $69.738 million for 2024; $68.551 million for 2025; $63.291 million for 2026; and $74.742 million in 2027.

 

76.  City Council adjust the 2018 Capital Budget for Fleet Service to agree with Programs' 2018 budgeted contributions to the vehicle reserves to reflect any changes to the contributions that may occur during the 2018 Operating Budget process, and the funding availability of the programs' vehicle reserve account.

 

77.   City Council direct Fleet Services and Financial Planning to continue their work in 2018, for the 2019 Budget process, on the 3-point action plan which was approved in the 2015 Budget process, to address the State of Good Repair backlog for key City Divisions including Parks, Forestry and Recreation, Transportation and Toronto Water, through the review of the current inventory, replacement lifecycles, adequacy of vehicle replacement reserves and necessary contributions aligned with the annual cash flow funding and delivery plans. 

 

Information and Technology

 

78.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Information and Technology with a total project cost of $78.310 million, and 2018 cash flow of $62.262 million and future year commitments of $59.896 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  40 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $78.310 million that requires cash flow of $32.756 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $23.836 million for 2019; $14.366 million for 2020; $4.384 million for 2021; $2.062 million for 2022; $0.340 million for 2023; $0.340 million for 2024; and $0.226 million for 2025;

 

ii.  26 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $22.003 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $10.522 million for 2019; $2.141 million for 2020; and $1.679 million for 2021; and

 

iii.  8 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2016 and prior years requiring 2018 cash flow of $3.759 million that requires City Council to reaffirm its commitment; and

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 10 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $3.744 million.

 

79.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 for Information and Technology totalling $302.563 million in project estimates, composed of $22.960 million in 2019; $30.853 million for 2020; $26.917 million for 2021; $30.638 million for 2022; $37.997 million for 2023; $33.841 million for 2024; $45.997 million for 2025; $37.950 million for 2026; and $35.430 million in 2027.

 

80.  City Council consider the operating costs of $0.632 million net in 2018; $0.092 million net in 2019; and $0.014 million net in 2020 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

 

Financial Services

 

81.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Financial Services with a total project cost of $3.665 million, and 2018 cash flow of $25.339 million and future year commitments of $12.054 million composed of the following:

 

a. New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i. 3 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $3.665 million that requires cash flow of $3.665 million in 2018;

 

ii. 11 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $14.103 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $7.779 million for 2019; and $4.275 million for 2020; and

 

iii.  5 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2016 and prior years requiring 2018 cash flow of $2.814 million that requires Council to reaffirm its commitment; and

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 6 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $4.757 million.

 

82.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Financial Services $18.384 million in project estimates, composed of $0.200 million in 2019; $2.939 million for 2020; $1.486 million for 2021; $0.450 million for 2022; $0.500 million for 2023; $2.275 million for 2024; $5.564 million for 2025; $3.252 million in 2026; and $1.718 million in 2027.

 

83.  City Council consider the operating costs of $2.948 million net in 2019 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in future year operating budgets.

 

OTHER CITY PROGRAMS

 

Accountability Offices

 

84.  City Council approve the 2019-2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for the Accountability Offices totalling $1.400 million in project estimates, composed of $1.400 million in 2023.

 

City Clerk's Office

 

85.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for City Clerk's Office with a total project cost of $1.208 million, and 2018 cash flow of $7.891 million and future year commitments of $2.070 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  7 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $1.208 million that requires cash flow of $0.505 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $0.658 million for 2019; and $0.045 million for 2020; and

 

ii.  8 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $5.007 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $1.267 million for 2019; $0.050 million for 2020; and $0.050 million for 2021; and

 

b.   2017 approved cash flow for 5 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $2.379 million.

 

86.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for City Clerk's Office totalling $29.110 million in project estimates, composed of $3.050 million in 2019; $4.355 million for 2020; $3.420 million for 2021; $2.050 million for 2022; $3.777 million for 2023; $1.967 million for 2024; $4.439 million for 2025; $3.172 million for 2026; and $2.880 million in 2027.

 

87.  City Council consider the operating costs of $0.522 million net in 2018 ; $0.329 million net in 2019; $0.413 million net in 2020; and $0.096 million net in 2021; and $0.170 million in 2022 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

88.  City Council approve 6.8 new temporary capital positions for the delivery of 2018 capital projects and that the duration for each temporary position not exceed the life and funding of its respective projects / sub-projects.

 

AGENCIES

 

Exhibition Place

 

89.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Exhibition Place with a total project cost of $4.465 million, and 2018 cash flow of $4.465 million and future year commitments of $2.789 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  17 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $4.465 million that requires cash flow of $4.465 million in 2018; and

 

ii.  2 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2016 requiring council to reapprove the commitment for a 2019 cash flow of $2.789 million.

 

90.  City Council approve the 2019 – 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Exhibition Place totalling $103.293 million in project estimates, composed of $5.595 million for 2019; $11.930 million for 2020; $11.628 million for 2021; $12.615 million for 2022; $11.985 million for 2023; $13.435 million for 2024; $12.235 million for 2025; $11.935 million in 2026; and $11,935 million in 2027.

 

Civic Theatres Toronto - Sony Centre for the Performing Arts

 

91.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Sony Centre for the Performing Arts with a total project cost of $2.719 million, and 2018 cash flow of $5.294 million and future year commitments of $0.192 million composed of the following: 

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  12 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $2.719 million that requires cash flow of $2.527million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $0.192 million for 2019; and

 

ii.  1 previously approved sub-project with a 2018 cash flow of $0.724 million; and

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 6 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $2.043 million.

 

92.  City Council approve the 2019 – 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Sony Centre for the Performing Arts totalling $5.464 million in project estimates, composed of $1.825 million in 2019; $1.200 million for 2020; $1.200 million for 2021; $0.239 million for 2024; $0.450 million for 2025; and $0.550 million in 2026.

 

93.  City Council request the General Manager, Economic Development and Culture and the Executive Director, Financial Planning to report back to the Budget Committee with a proposal to consolidate the Capital Budgets of the three Civic Theatres into a single portfolio prior to the 2019 Budget Process.

 

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

 

94.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Toronto and Region Conservation Authority with a total project cost of $31.163 million, and 2018 cash flow of $19.830 million and future year commitments of $11.333 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  28 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $31.163 million that requires cash flow of $19.830 million in 2018; and future year cash flow commitments of $2.394 million for 2019; $0.446 million for 2020; $0.476 million for 2021; $0.507 million for 2022; $1.502 million for 2023; $1.502 million for 2024; $1.502 million for 2025; 1.502 million for 2026 and $1.502 million for 2027.

 

95.  City Council approve the 2019-2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Toronto and Region Conservation Authority totalling $167.915 million in project estimates, composed of $18.670 million for 2019; $16.782 million for 2020; $16.897 million for 2021; $17.015 million for 2022; $19.456 million for 2023; $19.580 million in 2024; $19.707 million in 2025; $19.837 million for 2026; and $19.971 million in 2027.

 

96.  City Council direct that the one-time 2018-2019 project titled "Menno-Reesor Restoration Project" to deliver high-quality habitat restoration, grading, fencing, access and landscaping work and planting of 100,000 trees at the 27 hectares site formerly known as the Runnymede site, be funded by $3.5 million from the Tree Canopy Reserve (XR1220).

 

97.  City Council request the Chief Executive Officer, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, together with the General Manager, Toronto Water, the General Manager, Transportation Service, the General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation and the Interim Chief Financial Officer, to report back on:

 

a.  the results of the Scarborough Waterfront Project Environmental Assessment in the first quarter of 2018 with the costs for erosion control components identified separately from the trail and waterfront access components of the plan; and

 

b.  a review the elements and requirements of the Scarborough Waterfront Project according to funding eligibility, prior to the 2019 Budget process.   

 

98.  City Council request the Chief Executive Officer, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority to report back on a Capital Master Plan as part of the 2019 Budget process to assist with the development of a long range funding strategy to address both waterfront and watershed priority projects.

 

Toronto Police Service

 

99.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Toronto Police Service with a total project cost of $34.084 million, and 2018 cash flow of $56.991 million and future year commitments of $6.2 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  21 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $34.084 million that requires cash flow of $34.084 million in 2018; and

 

ii.  3 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $10.059 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $5.2 million for 2019 and $1.0 million in 2020; and

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 12 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $12.848 million.

 

100.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Toronto Police Service totalling $472.940 million in project estimates, composed of $70.186 million for 2019; $72.153 million for 2020; $51.166 million for 2021; $52.397 million for 2022; $45.338 million for 2023; $54.176 million for 2024; $42.482 million for 2025; $40.403 million for 2026 and $44.639 million in 2027.

 

101.  City Council consider the operating costs of $1.114 million net in 2018; $0.957 million net in 2019; $0.091 million net in 2020; $0.151 million net in 2021; and $0.082 million net in 2022 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

Toronto Public Health

 

102.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Toronto Public Health with a total project cost of $2.882 million, and 2018 cash flow of $3.455 million and future year commitments of $3.280 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  6 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $2.882 million that requires cash flow of $0.511 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $1.866 million in 2019 and $0.505 million for 2020;

 

b.  3 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $2.671 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $0.909 million for 2019; and

 

c.  2017 approved cash flow for 4 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $0.273 million.

 

103.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Toronto Public Health totalling $18.955 million in project estimates, composed of $1.114 million for 2019; $3.341 million for 2020; $3.000 million for 2021; $2.500 million for 2022; $2.200 million for 2023; $1.700 million for 2024; $1.700 million for 2025; $1.700 million in 2026; and $1.700 million in 2027.

 

104.  City Council consider the operating costs/(savings) of ($0.024) million net in 2018; $0.057 million net in 2020; ($0.120) million net in 2021; and ($0.040) million net in 2023 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

Toronto Public Library

 

105.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Toronto Public Library with a total project cost of $46.861 million, and 2018 cash flow of $34,328 million and future year commitments of $72.247 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  38 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $46.861 million that requires cash flow of $10.005 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $20.150 million for 2019, $13.789 million for 2020; and $2.917 million for 2021; and

 

ii.  38 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $18.833 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $15.817 million for 2019; $7.375 million for 2020; $7.852 million for 2021; and $4.347 million for 2022; and

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 10 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $5.490 million.

 

106.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Toronto Public totalling $165.245 million in project estimates, composed of $0.250 million for 2019; $12.059 million for 2020; $19.537 million for 2021; $19.657 million for 2022; $21.757 million for 2023; $20.955 million for 2024; $22.785 million for 2025; $24.572 million in 2026; and $23.673 million for 2027.

 

107.  City Council consider the operating savings of $0.495 million net in 2018; savings of $0.455 million net in 2019; net operating costs in the following years of $0.010 million in 2020; $0.196 million in 2021 and $0.374 million in 2022, $0.168 million in 2023; $0.012 million in 2024; $0.097 million in 2025; $0.085 million in 2026 and $0.031 million in 2027 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

108.  City Council direct that all sub-projects with third party financing be approved conditionally, subject to the receipt of such financing in 2018 and if such funding is not forthcoming, their priority and funding be reassessed by City Council relative to other City-financed priorities and needs.

 

Toronto Transit Commission

 

109.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Toronto Transit Commission with a total project cost of $423.339 million, and 2018 cash flow of $1.406 billion and future year commitments of $3.261 billion composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  35 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $428.339 million that requires cash flow of $183.248 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $146.787 million in 2019 and future year cash flow commitments of $98.483 million for 2020; ($25.763) million for 2021; $13.266 million for 2022; $3.957 million for 2023; ($90.540) million for 2024; $12.541 million for 2025; $24.454 million for 2026 and $61.906 million for 2027; and

 

ii.  37 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $979.203 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $1.079 billion for 2019; $644.961 million for 2020; $499.511 million for 2021; $215.360 million for 2022; $157.100 million for 2023; $220.221 million for 2024; $108.486 million for 2025; $72.495 million for 2026 and $19.311million for 2027; and

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 25 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $248.204 million.

 

110.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Toronto Transit Commission totalling $1.872 billion in project estimates, composed of $1.830 million in 2019; $124.228 million for 2020; $231.145 million for 2021; $235.349 million for 2022; $239.155 million for 2023; $231.314 million for 2024; $239.380 million for 2025; $277.408 million for 2026; and $291.862 million in 2027.

 

111.  City Council consider the operating costs/savings of ($0.289) million net in 2018; $15.130 million net in 2019; ($7.972) million net in 2020; ($0.533) million net in 2021; $1.865 million net in 2022; $0.568 million in 2023; $0.585 million in 2024; $0.291 million in 2025; $0.300 million in 2026; and ($0.366) million in 2027 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

112.  City Council direct that all sub-projects with third party financing be approved conditionally, subject to the receipt of such financing in 2018 and if such funding is not forthcoming, their priority and funding be reassessed by City Council relative to other City-financed priorities and needs.

 

113.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for the Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension with no new project cost, and 2018 cash flow of $200.386 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funding for:

 

i.  1 previously approved sub-project with a 2018 cash flow of $160.255 million;and

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 1 previously approved sub-project with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $40.131 million.

 

114.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for the Scarborough Subway Extension with a total project of $388.782 million, and 2018 cash flow of $39.412 and future year commitments of $299.370 composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funding for:

 

i.  1 new sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $39.412, 2019 of $119.768 million, 2020 of $179.602 million; and

 

ii.  approved cash flow for 2 previously approved sub-project with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $54.817 million.

 

115.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Waterfront Transit Studies with no new project cost, and 2018 cash flow of $3.600 million, composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funding for:

 

i.  1 previously approved sub-project with a 2018 cash flow of $0.720 million; and

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 1 previously approved sub-project with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $2.880 million.

 

116.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for the Relief Line Studies with no new project cost, and 2018 cash flow of $55.520 million, composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funding for:

 

i.  1 previously approved sub-project with a 2018 cash flow of $11.104 million; and

 

ii.  2018 approved cash flow for 1 previously approved sub-project with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $44.416 million

 

117.  City Council request the Toronto Transit Commission and the Financial Planning Division to establish the allocation of the annual Provincial gas tax provision and to report back to the Budget Committee no later than May 1, 2018 taking into account all third party funding sources and requirements to ensure that the city is maximizing alignment with other third party funding restrictions.

 

118.  City Council request the Interim Chief Financial Officer,  in consultation with Toronto Transit Commission staff, to  develop a financing strategy to address the $2.275 billion in unfunded base capital requirements for the Toronto Transit Commission, as well as key projects for future consideration to avoid potential service impact associated with not proceeding with required unfunded capital investments.

 

Toronto Zoo

 

119.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Toronto Zoo with a total project cost of $6.540 million, and 2018 cash flow of $11.456 million and future year commitments of $0.700 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  6 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $6.540 million that requires cash flow of $5.840 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $0.700 million for 2019; and

 

ii.  1 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $2.180 million; and

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 6 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $3.436 million.

 

120.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Toronto Zoo totalling $72.000 million in project estimates, composed of $6.000 million for 2019; $8.000 million for 2020; $8.000 million for 2021; $8.000 million for 2022; $8.000 million for 2023; $8.500 for 2024; $8.500 million for 2025; $8.500 million for 2026; and $8.500 million in 2027.

 

121.  City Council consider the operating savings of $0.099 million net in 2018 and $0.212 million net in 2019 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget, for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

122.  City Council direct that all sub-projects with third party financing be approved conditionally, subject to the receipt of such financing in 2018 and if such funding is not forthcoming, their priority and funding be reassessed by City Council relative to other City-financed priorities and needs.

 

Yonge-Dundas Square

 

123.  City Council approve the 2019 – 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Yonge Dundas Square totalling $0.450 million in project estimates, composed of $0.050 million for each of the years from 2019 to 2027.

 

2018 Operating Budget  

 

CITIZEN CENTRED SERVICES "A"

 

Affordable Housing Office

 

124.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for the Affordable Housing Office of $3.671 million gross, $1.170 million net for the following services:

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

New Affordable Housing Development

1,304.3

 

383.0

Housing Improvement Programs

1,181.9

 

394.2

Housing Policy and Partnerships

1,184.4

 

392.9

Total Program Budget

3,670.5

 

1,170.1

 

125.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Affordable Housing Office as outlined on pages 12, 13, and 18 of the Affordable Housing Office Program's 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 25 positions, composed entirely of 25 operating service delivery positions.

 

Children's Services

 

126.  City Council amend the Children's Services 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget by $21.809 million gross, $0 net and the associated Service Levels, with the following allocations:

 

a.  an increase of $3.453 million gross, $0 net for the Provincial Wage Enhancement program, fully funded by the province;

 

b.  an additional $2.768 million gross, $0 net for the Fee Stabilization Support program, fully funded by the province;

 

c.  an additional $6.893 million gross, $0 net for the Journey Together Program to increase the number of culturally relevant licensed child care spaces and child and family programs, fully funded by the province;

 

d.  an additional $5.474 million gross, $0 net for an increase of 550 fee subsidies for children 4 to 12, fully funded through the province and federal support;

 

e.  an additional $0.876 million gross, $0 net for Specials Needs Resourcing, fully funded by the province;

 

f.  an additional $2.0 million gross, $0 net in operating funding to be used for community based capital grant projects, fully funded through the province and federal support; and

 

g.  an additional $0.345 million gross, $0 net in administration to administer two new provincial programs introduced in 2018, 100 percent provincially funded.

 

127. City Council authorize the General Manager, Children's Services to receive the funding from the Province of Ontario for the new Journey Together and Fee Stabilization Support programs, and enter into Service Agreements that are to the satisfaction of the City Solicitor, with provider agencies in order to flow Provincial funds to these agencies.

 

128.  City Council request the Province of Ontario to move forward with its commitment to address child care affordability by providing funding and flexibility to lower child care fees for the City of Toronto, which are the highest in the country for infants ($1,649 a month), toddlers ($1,375 a month), and preschoolers ($1,150 a month).

 

129.  City Council approve, as amended by Parts 126, 127 and 128 above, and as amended by Part 6 above which funds 140 new child care fee subsidies, the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Children's Services of $599.601 million gross, $82.691 million net, for the following services:

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Child Care Delivery

468,040.7

 

71,408.2

Child Care System Management

131,560.2

 

11,282.3

Total Program Budget

599,600.9

 

82,690.5

 

130.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Children's Services as outlined on pages 14 and 18 of the Children's Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes and as amended by Parts 6, 126 and 127 above, and associated staff complement of 1,080.6 positions, composed of 1,076.6 operating service delivery positions and 4.0 capital project delivery positions.

 

Court Services

 

131.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Court Services of $50.488 million gross, $3.987 million net for the following services:

 

Service

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Provincial Offences and Tribunal Dispute Resolution

10,893.4

 

8,183.4

Default Fine Collection Management

5,469.0

 

4,838.4

Court Case Management

34,125.6

 

(9,035.1)

Total Program Budget

50,488.0

 

3,986.7

 

132.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Court Services as outlined on pages 14, 17, and 20 of the Court Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 229 positions, entirely composed of operating service delivery positions.

 

133.  City Council approve the 2018 new user fees for Court Services identified in Appendix 7 of the Court Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

134.  City Council amend the 2018 Operating Budget for Court Services by $0 gross, $2.347 million revenues and the 2018 Operating Budget for Transportation Services by $0 gross, ($2.347) million revenues by transferring the revenues from the Red Light Camera expansion initiative, once approved by City Council.

 

135.  City Council request the Director, Court Services to explore options for courtroom space optimization by undertaking a fulsome review of future courtroom and administrative requirements and include those options in the 2019 Budget Submission.

 

Economic Development and Culture

 

136.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Economic Development and Culture of $80.212 million gross, $69.578 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Arts Services

45,296.1

 

42,307.9

Business Services

14,210.9

 

11,883.1

Entertainment Industries Services

6,766.2

 

4,007.7

Museum and Heritage Services

13,938.8

 

11,379.5

Total Program Budget

80,212.0

 

69,578.3

 

137.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Economic Development and Culture as outlined on pages 16, 20, 24, and 28 of the Economic Development and Culture 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 300.5 operating service delivery positions.

 

138.  City Council approve the 2018 new user fees, market rate user fee changes, and other fee changes above the inflationary adjusted rate for Economic Development and Culture identified in Appendix 7 of the Economic Development and Culture 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

139.  City Council approve the allocation of Toronto Significant Event Investment Program funds to the events listed below to receive funding in 2018 and 2019, fully funded on a one-time basis from the Major Special Event Reserve Fund (XR1218), and as recommended by a Peer Review Panel that evaluated eligible and complete applications against the Strategic Hosting and Bidding Principles and Funding Priorities, with awards subject to signed agreements with each recipient that include performance expectations and reporting requirements:

 

Event

2018 Allocation

$ Million

2019 Allocation

$ Million

2018 Aboriginal Day Live

0.050

 

2018 Masters Indigenous Games

0.050

 

2018 NACAC Athletic Championships

0.100

 

2018 and 2019 Bollywood Film Fair

0.150

0.125

2019 International Special Olympics Invitation Youth Games

0.500

 

2019 Redpath Waterfront Festival

0.200

 

TOTAL

1.050

0.125

 

140.  City Council direct the General Manager, Economic Development and Culture to report back in time for the 2019 Budget process on a multi-year plan based on the results of research and analysis benchmarking the City of Toronto's investment in culture relative to other comparable jurisdictions and on assessing the likely impacts of future increases of $2 million per year to culture funding beginning in 2019.

 

Long-Term Care Homes and Services

 

141.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Long-Term Care Homes and Services of $260.156 million gross, $47.376 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Long-Term Care Homes

247,049.3

 

45,830.8

Community Based Long-Term Care

13,107.1

 

1,545.3

Total Program Budget

260,156.4

 

47,376.1

 

142.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Long-Term Care Homes and Services as outlined on page 14 and 18 of the Long-Term Care Homes and Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 2,389.9 operating service delivery positions.

 

Parks, Forestry and Recreation

 

143.  City Council increase the 2018 Parks, Forestry and Recreation Operating Budget by $350,000 to better meet service needs in 2018 by adding one permanent, full time Parks Ambassador, three seasonal positions and increasing all seasonal positions from six to nine months, funded by the Tax Rate Stabilization Reserve.

 

144.  To support the Poverty Reduction Strategy, City Council increase the 2018 Parks, Forestry and Recreation Operating Budget by $154,100  for the initiative Swim and Survive (Phase 4), with a view to accommodating as many Grade 4 students as possible and working with the Toronto District School Board to secure pool space, funded by the Tax Rate Stabilization Reserve.

 

145.  City Council approve, as amended by Parts 143 and 144 above, the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Parks, Forestry and Recreation of $467.480 million gross, $322.116 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net

($000s)

Community Recreation

236,548.9

 

157,301.3

Parks

155,462.5

 

122,221.8

Urban Forestry

75,468.5

 

42,592.6

Total Program Budget

467,479.9

 

322,115.7

 

146.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Parks, Forestry and Recreation as outlined on pages 19-24, 30-32, and 38-39, of the Parks, Forestry and Recreation 2018 Operating Budget Notes, as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and as amended by Parts 143 and 144 above and associated staff complement of 4,515.18 positions, composed of 4,370.2 operating service delivery positions and 145 capital project delivery positions. 

 

147.  City Council direct the General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation to use one-time 2018 funding of $1.5 million from the Public Realm Reserve (XR1410) as reflected in the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget to increase tree planting in hard surfaces and to support infrastructure (e.g. tree pits) in the public right-of-way.

  

148.  City Council approve the 2018 technical adjustments to user fees, rationalized user fees, and other fee changes for Parks, Forestry and Recreation identified in Appendix 7 of the Parks, Forestry and Recreation 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

149.  City Council direct Parks, Forestry and Recreation to continue with the full cost recovery analysis of all user fees over the next 2 years to include both the direct and indirect operating costs, including capital replacement costs as follows: Urban Forestry user fee analysis to be completed prior to the 2019 Budget process; Parks and Recreation permits and Community Recreation registered program user fees prior to the 2020 Budget process.

 

150.  City Council direct the General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation, together with the Chief Information Officer, to review and identify the operating costs and associated benefits of two major Information Technology projects, the Permitting, Licensing and Registration System and the Enterprise Work Management System in time for the 2019 Budget process.

 

151.  City Council direct the General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation, in consultation with the Interim Chief Financial Officer, to report back to City Council in the second quarter of 2018 with a Revised Urban Forestry Service Plan that takes into account the objectives achieved to date, each component of the Service Plan, its related objectives, performance measures and funding sources, including the feasibility of transferring residual funding in both the Strategic Infrastructure Reserve Fund (XR1714) and Environmental Protection Reserve Fund (XR1718) that was earmarked for Parks, Forestry and Recreation to the Tree Canopy Reserve (XR1220).

 

152.  City Council request the Interim Chief Financial Officer to consider replenishing the Toronto Tree Canopy Reserve (XR1220) as part of the allocation of the 2017 year end surplus, if any, in accordance with the Council approved surplus management policy.

 

153.  City Council request the General Manager, Toronto Water to bring forward for Council consideration as part of the 2019 budget process, a one-time contribution of $3 million to the Tree Canopy Reserve which would increase Toronto Water's contribution towards tree planting and maintenance from $1.95 million to $4.95 million, to include funds for front lawn and boulevard sod repair and replacement after completion of various capital works.

 

154.  City Council direct the General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation to report back on any increased costs required to deliver the Beaches Lifeguard Program transferred from the Toronto Police Service prior to the 2019 Budget process.

 

Social Development, Finance and Administration

 

155.  To support the Poverty Reduction Strategy, City Council increase the 2018 Operating Budget for Social Development, Finance and Administration by $55,000 to hire a Social Procurement Officer, as described in the report (January 31, 2018) from the Treasurer and the Executive Director, Social Development, Finance and Administration, funded by the Tax Rate Stabilization Reserve.

 

156.  City Council approve, as amended by Part 155 above, the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Social Development, Finance and Administration of $55.234 million gross, $39.531 million net for the following services:

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net

($000s)

Community and Neighbourhood Development

15,755.2

 

5,867.2

Community Partnership Investment Program

20,491.8

 

20,341.8

Financial Management and Program Support

6,040.9

 

4,076.0

Social Policy and Planning

10.662.7

 

7,467.0

Toronto Office of Partnerships

813.4

 

695.5

Corporate Leadership (DCM)

1,470.4

 

1,083.5

Total Program Budget

55,234.4

 

39,531.0

 

157.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Social Development, Finance and Administration as outlined on pages 15, 22, 24 and 28 of the Social Development, Finance and Administration 2018 Operating Budget Notes, as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and as amended by Part 155 above and associated staff complement of 158 operating service delivery positions.

 

Shelter Support Housing Administration

 

158.  City Council increase the 2018 Operating Budget for Shelter, Support and Housing Administration by $1,563,123.68 gross, $0 net, on a one-time basis, for transfer to the Capital Revolving Reserve Fund for Affordable Housing (XR1058), for the purpose of creating new affordable housing and/or home ownership opportunities in Phase 2 of the Alexandra Park Revitalization, fully funded by Section 37 (Planning Act Reserve Fund) community benefits collected from the following developments: 

 

a.  81 and 87 Peter Street, secured for the development of affordable housing in Ward 20, in the amount of $1,420,433.64 (source account #: 220096);

 

b. 318 Richmond Street West, secured to be allocated toward affordable housing in Ward 20, in the amount of $75,234.38 (source account #: XR3028-4500189); and


c. 604-618 Richmond Street West, secured for the provision of new affordable housing units in Ward 20, in the amount of $67,454.66 (source account #: XR3026-3700786).

 

159.  City Council direct that Section 37 funds in the amount of $51,479.85, from 602-622 King Street West, 499-505 Adelaide Street West, 1 and 11 Adelaide Place, secured for the creation of new affordable housing in Ward 20 and previously transferred to the Capital Revolving Reserve Fund for Affordable Housing, be used for the purpose of creating new affordable housing and/or home ownership opportunities in Phase 2 of the Alexandra Park Revitalization.

 

160.  City Council increase the 2018 Operating Budget for Shelter, Support and Housing Administration by $201,836.28 gross, $0 net, for transfer to the Capital Revolving Reserve Fund for Affordable Housing (XR1058), to be payable to Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. for the purpose of improving five affordable rental dwelling units in the A.H. Rundle House located at 15 Selby Street, fully funded by Section 37 (Planning Act Reserve Fund) community benefits collected for this purpose from the development at 592 Sherbourne Street and 15 Selby Street (source account number: XR3026-3700737).

 
161.  City Council direct that $201,836.28 be provided to Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. for the purpose of improving five affordable rental dwelling units in the A.H. Rundle House located at 15 Selby Street, in accordance with the terms of the Contribution Agreement between Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. and the City of Toronto.


162.  City Council increase the 2018 Operating Budget for Shelter, Support and Housing Administration by $10,043.75 gross, $0 net, to be transferred to the Capital Revolving Reserve Fund for Affordable Housing (XR1058), to undertake a building condition assessment and Phase 1 Environmental Study of A.H. Rundle House at 15 Selby Street, as authorized by the Director, Affordable Housing Office, fully funded by Section 37 (Planning Act Reserve Fund) community benefits collected for this purpose from the development at 592 Sherbourne Street and 15 Selby Street (source account number: XR3026-3700738). 

 

163.  City Council request the General Manager of Shelter Support Housing and Administration to make all reasonable efforts to expedite the expansion of permanent shelter beds by 1,000 in 2018 and to ensure that potential shelter sites are not delayed or lost should staff locate additional sites not currently included in the 2018 Shelter, Support and Housing Administration Operating and Capital Budgets.

 

164.  City Council authorize staff to proceed with the purchase or lease of additional sites referenced in Part 163, above by advancing the cash flow from 2019 and future year capital plans, and that any operating impacts for 2018 be covered by a draw from a reserve fund, deemed appropriate by the Interim Chief Financial Officer. 

 

165.  City Council request the Interim Chief Financial Officer to report, at the first opportunity, to the Budget Committee to formally amend the 2018 Shelter, Support and Housing Administration Operating and Capital Budget to include additional sites.

 

166.  City Council approve, as amended by Parts 158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164 and 165 above and Parts 171, 172 and 173 below, the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Shelter, Support and Housing Administration of $860.830 million gross, $455.367 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Homeless and Housing First Solutions

262,700.0

 

106,977.3

Social Housing System Management

598,129.9

 

348,389.7

Total Program Budget

860,829.9

 

455,367.0

  

167.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Shelter, Support and Housing Administration as outlined on pages 16, and 21 of the Social Development, Finance and Administration 2018 Operating Budget Notes, as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and as amended by Parts 158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164 and 165 above and Parts 171, 172 and 173 below, and associated staff complement of 868.35 positions, comprising 828.35 operating service delivery positions and 40 capital project delivery positions.

 

168. City Council approve the acceptance of $80,663,900, as the confirmed allocation, and up to $299,835,237, as the conditional allocation, from the Ministry of Housing for renovations and retrofit of eligible social housing buildings under the Social Housing Apartment Improvement Program.

 

169. City Council authorize the General Manager, Shelter, Support and Housing Administration, in consultation with the City Solicitor, to enter into a Transfer Payment or similar Agreement with the Ministry of Housing for Social Housing Apartment Improvement Program funding on terms and conditions addressing program administration, funding, building condition assessments and monitoring, energy audit and reporting requirements that are satisfactory to the General Manager, Social Development, Finance and Administration and in a form satisfactory to the City Solicitor.

 

170. City Council authorize the General Manager, Shelter, Support and Housing Administration to utilize any administrative funding approved by the Ministry of Housing to administer Social Housing Apartment Improvement Program implementation.

 

171. City Council amend the 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget for Shelter, Support and Housing Administration by $2,070,000 gross and $0 net, under the Social Housing Apartment Improvement Program, to pay for the cost of building condition assessments for non-profit and co-operative housing providers; Ashrae Level 3 energy audits for proposed retrofit projects; and authorize the General Manager, Shelter, Support and Housing Administration to enter into agreements with Toronto Community Housing Corporation and non-profit and co-operative housing providers, and/or private sector organizations to carry out the necessary building condition assessments, energy audits and evaluations required.

 

172. City Council amend the 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget for Shelter, Support and Housing Administration by $256,000 gross and $0 net, under the Social Housing Apartment Improvement Program, to hire two full time temporary Agency Review Officers and a full time temporary Financial Systems Analyst to assist with the administration of  Social Housing Apartment Improvement Program.

 

173. City Council authorize the General Manager, Shelter, Support and Housing Administration to enter into agreements with Toronto Community Housing Corporation, non-profit and co-operative housing providers and other service providers on terms and conditions addressing funding, building condition assessments and monitoring, energy audit and reporting requirements satisfactory to the General Manager, Social Development, Finance and Administration and in a form satisfactory to the City Solicitor to utilize $80,663,900 and up to $119,502,075 in funding for Social Housing Apartment Improvement Program year 1 (2017-18), and up to $60,111,054 in funding for each of Social Housing Apartment Improvement Program year 2 (2018-19), year 3 (2019-20), and year 4 (2020-21), plus any additional Ministry of Housing funding allocations, to carry out retrofit work and all required audits and evaluations associated with Social Housing Apartment Improvement Program.

 

Toronto Employment and Social Services

 

174.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Employment and Social Services of $1,096.897 million gross, $90.517 million net for the following services:

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Employment Services

65,683.6

 

16,732.1

Integrated Case Management and Service Planning

139,518.1

 

59,216.0

Financial Supports

891,695.7

 

14,568.3

Total Program Budget

1,096,897.0

 

90,516.5

 

175.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Toronto Employment and Social Services as outlined on pages 16, 20, and 24 of the Toronto Employment and Social Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 1,985 positions, composed of 11 capital project delivery positions and 1,974 operating service delivery positions.

 

Toronto Paramedic Services

 

176.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Paramedic Services of $215.449 million gross, $73.873 million net for the following services:

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Emergency Medical Dispatch and Preliminary Care

28,124.5

 

570.2

Community Paramedicine and Emergency Call Mitigation

2,778.4

 

682.5

Emergency Medical Care

184,546.6

 

72,620.4

Total Program Budget

215,449.5

 

73,873.1

 

177.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Toronto Paramedic Service as outlined on pages 14, 16, and 20 of the Toronto Paramedic Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 1,472.3 positions, composed of 2 capital project delivery positions and 1,470.3 operating service delivery positions.

 

178.  City Council approve the technical adjustments to user fees and other fee changes for Toronto Paramedic Services identified in Appendix 7 of Toronto Paramedic Service 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

CITIZEN CENTRED SERVICES "B"

 

City Planning

 

179. City Council, with respect to Item PG25.4 on Prioritization of Outstanding Heritage Conservation District Studies and Interim Protective Measures adopted by City Council on January 31 and February 1, 2018, amend the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for City Planning by $122,000 gross and $0 net, and the increase of 1 temporary capital position fully funded from a contribution from the Heritage Conservation District Capital Account CUR028-41.

 

180.  City Council approve, as amended by Part 179 above, the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for City Planning of $51.181 million gross, $15.287 million net, for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net

($000s)

City Building and Policy Development

22,909.8

 

16,840.7

Development Review, Decision and Implementation

28,271.6

 

(1,553.5)

Total Program Budget

51,181.4

 

15,287.2

 

181.  City Council approve, as amended by Part 179 above, the 2018 service levels for City Planning as outlined on pages 16 and 22 of the City Planning 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 411 positions, composed of 13.5 capital project delivery positions and 397.5 operating service delivery positions.

 

182. City Council approve the 2018 technical adjustments to user fees and other fee changes above the inflationary adjusted rate for City Planning identified in Appendix 7 of City Planning 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

183.  City Council approve an increase of $0.020 million gross, $0 net, as reflected in the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for City Planning, for the transfer a Hal Jackman Foundation grant deposited in the Gardiner West Public Realm Reserve Fund to the Bentway Conservancy.

 

Engineering and Construction Services

 

184.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Engineering and Construction Services of $75.220 million gross, $4.082 million net for the following services:

 

Service

Gross ($000s)

 

Net

($000s)

Municipal Infrastructure Construction

50,754.3

 

1,342.1

Engineering Review and Acceptance

13,737.3

 

1,238.3

Engineering Information

10,728.6

 

1,501.1

Total Program Budget

75,220.1

 

4,081.5

 

185.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Engineering and Construction Services as outlined on pages 13, 16, and 19 of the Engineering and Construction Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 585.1 positions, composed of 457.3 capital project delivery positions and 127.8 operating service delivery positions.

 

Fire Services

 

186.  City Council increase the Fire Services' 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating by $806,023 gross and net to establish a Toronto Community Housing Corporation Fire Safety Task Force effective May 1, 2018 and to develop a public fire safety education and marketing program, with the increase to be offset with a contribution from the Tax Rate Stabilization Reserve for 2018.

 

187.  To support the Poverty Reduction Strategy, City Council direct the Fire Chief and General Manager, Fire Services to consult with the Executive Director, Human Resources and the Acting Director, Equity, Diversity and Human Rights to undertake an Employment Systems Review with Inclusion Plan, as referred to in the Toronto Fire Services' 2018 budget request, and that the cost be absorbed within the existing 2018 Fire Service's operating budget (at a gross one-time cost of $200,000, net $0). 

 

188.  City Council approve, as amended by Part 186 and Part 187 above, the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Fire Services of $479.073 million gross, $460.853 million net, for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Fire Rescue and Emergency Response

445,460.7

 

430,843.2

Disaster Response and Event Support

1,632.9

 

1,132.6

Fire Prevention, Inspection and Enforcement

25,903.1

 

22,961.9

Fire Safety Education

6,076.2

 

5,915.4

Total Program Budget

479,072.9

 

460,853.1

 

189.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Toronto Fire Services as outlined on pages 15, 20, and 23 of the Toronto Fire Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes and as amended by Part 186 and Part 187 above, and associated staff complement of 3,193.3 positions, entirely composed of operating service delivery positions.

 

Municipal Licensing and Standards

 

190.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Municipal Licensing and Standards of $57.001 million gross, $20.064 million net for the following services:

 

Service

Gross

($000s)

 

Net

($000s)

Animal Care, Control and Sheltering

10,590.5

 

7,540.8

Business Licensing and Permitting

8,150.7

 

(18,942.8)

By-Law Enforcement

19,054.1

 

17,228.3

Property Standards, Inspection and Compliance

19,205.4

 

14,238.1

Total Program Budget

57,000.7

 

20,064.4

 

191.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Municipal Licensing and Standards as outlined on pages 17, 21, 25 and 29 of the Municipal Licensing and Standards 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 492.5 positions, composed of 2.0 capital project delivery positions and 490.5 operating service delivery positions.

 

192.  City Council approve the 2018 new user fees, technical adjustments to user fees and rationalized user fees above the inflationary adjusted rate for Municipal Licensing and Standards identified in Appendix 7 of the Municipal Licensing and Standards 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

Policy, Planning, Finance and Administration

 

193.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Policy, Planning, Finance and Administration of $23.181 million gross, $9.099 million net for the following services:  

 

Service

Gross ($000s)

 

Gross ($000s)

Corporate Leadership

824.1

 

824.1

Organizational Effectiveness

3,457.7

 

271.5

Emergency Management

3,001.7

 

2,766.7

Financial Management

8,084.9

 

4,228.4

Program Support

7,812.2

 

1,007.8

Total Program Budget

23,180.6

 

9,098.6

 

194.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Policy, Planning, Finance and Administration as outlined on pages 15, 17, 20, and 24 of the Policy, Planning, Finance and Administration 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 193.1 positions, composed of 4.0 capital project delivery positions and 189.1 operating service delivery positions.

 

Toronto Building

 

195.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Building of $56.346 million gross, and $10.693 million net revenue for the following services:

 

Service

Gross ($000s)

 

Net

($000s)

Building Compliance

25,430.1

 

(5,012.7)

Building Permission and Information

30,916.0

 

(5,681.0)

Total Program Budget

56,346.1

 

(10,693.7)

 

196.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Toronto Building as outlined on pages 14 and 18 of the Toronto Building 2018 Operating Budget Notes and associated staff complement of 468.0 positions, all of which are operating service delivery positions.

 

Transportation Services

 

197.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Transportation Services of $409.203 million gross, $222.474 million net for the following services:

 

Service

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Road and Sidewalk Management

271,701.2

 

142,413.0

Transportation Safety and Operations

118,055.0

 

104,278.2

Permits and Applications

19,446.4

 

(24,217.2)

Total Program Budget

409,202.6

 

222,474.0

 

198.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Transportation Services as outlined on pages 19, 30, and 39 of the Transportation Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 1,166.3 positions, composed of 96.7 capital project delivery positions and 1,069.6 operating service delivery positions.

 

199.  City Council direct, that following completion of the divisional service delivery review that is currently underway in the Program, the General Manager, Transportation Services to submit any required adjustments to current service levels as part of the 2019 Budget process for Council approval.

 

INTERNAL CORPORATE SERVICES

 

311 Toronto

 

200.  City Council request the City Manager to report to the April 17, 2018 meeting of the Executive Committee on 311 response times and service levels in the downtown core, specifically the areas bounded by Parliament Street, Davenport Road, Spadina Avenue, and Queen's Quay and represented by the downtown Business Improvement Areas including: Bloor-Yorkville Business Improvement Area, Downtown Yonge Business Improvement Area, Entertainment District Business Improvement Area, Financial District Business Improvement Area, St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood Business Improvement Area, and the Waterfront Business Improvement Area.

 

201.  City Council approve, as amended by Part 200 above, the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for 311 Toronto of $18.719 million gross, $9.920 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

311 Development

2,279.2

 

339.5

311 Service Delivery

14,932.8

 

8,073.8

311 Information and Business Processing

1,279.3

 

1,279.3

311 Performance Reporting

227.9

 

227.9

Total Program Budget

18,719.2

 

9,920.5

 

202.  City Council approve, as amended by Part 200 above, the 2018 service levels for 311 Toronto as outlined on pages 14, 17, 20, and 22 of the 311 Toronto 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 180.5 positions, composed of 19.0 capital project delivery positions and 161.5 operating service delivery positions.

  

Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy

 

203.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy of $197.622 million gross, $71.699 million net for the following services:              

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Facilities Management

120,284.1

 

73,268.7

Real Estate

28,099.3

 

(32,917.8)

Environment and Energy

49,238.1

 

31,348.5

Total Program Budget

197,621.5

 

71,699.4

  

204.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy as outlined on pages 17, 21, 24 of the Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 1,032.6 positions, composed of 89.0 capital project delivery positions and 943.6 operating service delivery positions.

 

205.  City Council direct the information contained in the Confidential Attachment to Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy's 2018 Operating Budget Notes, remain confidential until the outcome of City Council’s decision has been communicated to Unions and affected staff.

 

Fleet Services

 

206.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Fleet Services of $57.714 million gross and $0.130 million net revenue for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Fleet Management

39,644.9

 

496.3

Fuel Management

18,068.7

 

(626.0)

Total Program Budget

57,713.6

 

(129.7)

 

207.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Fleet Services as outlined on pages 15 and 19 of the Fleet Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 187.0 positions, composed of 8.0 capital project delivery positions and 179.0 operating service delivery positions.

 

208.  City Council approve the budget transfer of $0.244 million gross and net, to allocate the additional savings resulting from the implementation of the Alternate Service Delivery Model, from Fleet Services to the respective tax-supported client programs and Agencies for 2018 as detailed below:

 

Savings by Programs/Agencies

2018 Savings

City Clerk's Office

478

Economic Develop and Culture

467

Engineering and Construction Services

2,441

Facilities Management and Real Estate

13,701

Fleet Services

7,034

Municipal Licensing and Standards

5,884

Office of Emergency Management

750

Parks, Forestry and Recreation

116,680

Public Health

1,509

Purchasing And Materials Management

702

Toronto Building

498

Toronto Public Library

2,150

Transportation Services

91,789

Total Tax-Supported Programs/Agencies

244,083

 

 Information and Technology

 

209.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Information and Technology of $130.365 million gross, $76.423 million net for the following services:

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Business IT Solutions

58,887.1

 

25,275.2

Computer and Communications Technology Infrastructure

44,518.4

 

30,810.0

Enterprise IT Planning and Client Services

26,959.3

 

20,338.1

Total Program Budget

130,364.8

 

76,423.3

 

210.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Information and Technology as outlined on pages 14, 18-19, and 23-24 of the Information and Technology 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 850.0 positions, composed of 220.0 capital project delivery positions and 630.0 operating service delivery positions.  

 

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

 

Office of the Chief Financial Officer

 

211.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Office of the Chief Financial Officer of $17.628 million gross, $10.203 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Finance and Administration

2,467.1

 

2,354.8

Corporate Finance

5,919.5

 

1,716.3

Financial Planning

9,240.9

 

6,131.5

Total Program Budget

17,627.5

 

10,202.6

 

212.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Office of the Chief Financial Officer as outlined on pages 13-14, 17-20 and 24-25 of the Office of the Chief Financial Officer 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 122.0 positions, composed of 11.0 capital project delivery positions and 111.0 operating service delivery positions.

 

Office of the Treasurer

 

213.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Office of the Treasurer of $75.577 million gross, $28.067 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Pension, Payroll and Employee Benefits

14,205.2

 

11,846.3

Purchasing and Materials Management

16,281.0

 

9,592.5

Accounting Services

12,105.5

 

9,183.1

Revenue Services

32,985.2

 

(2,555.0)

Total Program Budget

75,576.9

 

28,066.8

 

214.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for the Office of the Treasurer as outlined on pages 15, 19, 23-26 and 30-33 of the Office of the Treasurer 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 657.2 positions, composed of 20.0 capital project delivery positions and 637.2 operating service delivery positions.

 

215. City Council approve the 2018 new user fees for the Office of the Treasurer identified in Appendix 7 of the Officer of the Treasurer 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in the Municipal Code Chapter 441 “Fees and Charges”.

 

216. City Council direct the information contained in the Confidential Attachment to the Office of the Treasurer's 2018 Operating Budget Notes, remain confidential until the outcome of City Council’s decision has been communicated to Unions and affected staff.

 

OTHER CITY PROGRAMS

 

City Manager's Office

 

217.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for City Manager's Office of $58.051 million gross, $48.650 million net for the following services:

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Executive Management

3,869.5

 

2,943.1

Strategic and Corporate Policy

3,874.3

 

3,495.9

Internal Audit

1,684.8

 

1,021.1

Strategic Communications

6,715.7

 

5,172.9

Equity, Diversity and Human Rights

2,602.4

 

2,599.9

Human Resources

39,304.5

 

33,417.2

Total Program Budget

58,051.2

 

48,650.1

 

218.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for City Manager's Office as outlined on pages 16, 18, 21, 23, 26 and 28 of the City Manager's Office 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 450.0 positions, composed of 20.0 capital project delivery positions and 430.0 operating service delivery positions.

 

City Clerk's Office

 

219.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for the City Clerk's Office of $62.079 million gross, $32.846 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Elect Government

17,491.3

 

0.0

Make Government Work

21,024.7

 

19,639.8

Open Government

23,563.3

 

13,206.4

Total Program Budget

62,079.3

 

32,846.3

 

220.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for the City Clerk's Office as outlined on pages 14, 16, and 19 of the City Clerk's Office 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 418.8 positions, composed of 6.8 capital project delivery positions and 412.0 operating service delivery positions.

 

221.  City Council approve the 2018 other fee changes above the inflation-adjusted rate for the City Clerk's Office identified in Appendix 7 of the City Clerk's Office 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

222.  City Council direct the information contained in the Confidential Attachment to the City Clerk's Office's 2018 Operating Budget Notes, remain confidential until the outcome of City Council’s decision has been communicated to Unions and affected staff.

 

223.  City Council direct the City Clerk and the Deputy City Manager, Internal Services to ensure that appropriate signage is in place on the first and second floors at City Hall to help direct members of the public to the fully staffed Council Member reception area on the second floor.

 

Legal Services

 

224.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Legal Services of $62.476 million gross, $19.209 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Civil Litigation

15,314.4

 

7,559.4

Prosecution

20,516.0

 

1,616.5

Solicitor

26,645.8

 

10,033.2

Total Program Budget

62,476.2

 

19,209.1

 

225.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Legal Services as outlined on pages 15, 18, and 21 of the Legal Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 364.3 positions, composed of 12.0 capital project delivery positions and 352.3 operating service delivery positions.

 

City Council

 

226. City Council direct that the current Constituency Services and Office Budget Policy for telecommunications expenses and newspaper entitlement remain unchanged, and City Council increase the 2018 City Council Operating Budget by $ 0.192 million, funded from the Tax Rate Stabilization Reserve.

 

227.  City Council approve, as amended by Part 226 above, the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for City Council of $23.076 million gross, $20.471 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

City Council

23,076.4

 

20,471.4

Total Program Budget

23,076.4

 

20,471.4

 

228.  City Council approve the City Council 2018 staff complement of 188.0 operating positions.

 

229.  City Council direct that, beginning in the 2018-2022 term of Council, Councillor Constituency Offices paid for from the Council General Expense must be located in Civic Centres or other City-owned or agency-owned buildings where the rent is comparable to civic centre space, and that the Council Constituency Services and Office Budget and related policies be updated to reflect this change.

 

Office of the Mayor

 

230.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Office of the Mayor of $2.251 million gross and net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Office of the Mayor

2,251.0

 

2,251.0

Total Program Budget

2,251.0

 

2,251.0

 

231.  City Council approve the Office of the Mayor's 2018 staff complement of 19.0 operating positions.

 

Accountability Offices

 

232.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for the Accountability Offices of $10.058 million gross and net for the following Offices:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Auditor General's Office

6,444.9

 

6,444.9

Office of the Integrity Commissioner

511.7

 

511.7

Office of the Lobbyist Registrar

1,189.6

 

1,189.6

Ombudsman Toronto

1,912.3

 

1,912.3

Total Program Budget

10,058.4

 

10,058.4

 

233.  City Council approve the Accountability Offices staff complement of 59.3 operating positions.

 

AGENCIES

 

Arena Boards of Management

 

234.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for the Arena Boards of Management of $9.045 million gross, $0.031 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

George Bell

791.8

 

(0.1)

Bill Bolton

898.6

 

46.7

Forest Hill

1,285.6

 

(4.2)

Leaside Gardens

2,169.6

 

(10.9)

McCormick

816.7

 

(0.9)

Moss Park

946.6

 

(0.1)

North Toronto

1,046.7

 

(0.5)

Ted Reeve

1,089.1

 

0.6

Total Program Budget

9,044.7

 

30.6

 

235.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Arena Boards of Management as outlined on page 12 of the Arena Boards of Management 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 65.6 operating service delivery positions.

 

236.  City Council approve the 2018 market rate user fee changes for the Arena Boards of Management identified in Appendix 7 of the Arena Boards of Management 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

Association of Community Centres

 

237.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Association of Community Centres of $8.275 million gross, $7.972 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

519 Church Street Community Centre

1,463.1

 

1,463.1

Applegrove Community Complex

385.2

 

385.2

Cecil Community Centre

715.5

 

715.5

Central Eglinton Community Centre

728.7

 

728.7

Community Centre 55

781.2

 

781.2

Eastview Neighbourhood Community Centre

594.3

 

594.3

Ralph Thornton Community Centre

758.0

 

718.6

Scadding Court Community Centre

936.7

 

936.7

Swansea Town Hall

574.1

 

310.8

Waterfront Neighbourhood Centre

1,338.1

 

1,338.1

Total Program Budget

8,274.9

 

7,972.2

 

238.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Association of Community Centres as outlined on page 14 of the Association of Community Centres 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 80.6 operating service delivery positions.

 

239.  City Council approve the 2018 market rate user fee changes for Association of Community Centres identified in Appendix 7 of the Association of Community Centres 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

240.  City Council direct the Boards of Management of Community Centres to continue to explore all available funding or fundraising opportunities to increase their program funding revenues, while leveraging volunteer contributions for the 2019 Budget process to ensure they continue to meet their mandate of providing valuable programming and other services in their local communities.

 

Civic Theatres Toronto

 

241.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Civic Theatres Toronto of $32.359 million gross, $5.275 million net for Civic Theatres Toronto:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Civic Theatres Toronto

32,359.1

 

5,274.5

Total Program Budget

32,359.1

 

5,274.5

 

242.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Civic Theatres Toronto as outlined on page 13 of the Civic Theatres Toronto 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 232.5 operating service delivery positions.

 

243.  City Council direct Civic Theatres Toronto and the Financial Planning Division to establish a service based budget for Civic Theatres Toronto in time for the 2019 Budget process.

 

Exhibition Place

 

244.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Exhibition Place of $55.111 million gross, $0.150 million net revenue for the following services:

 

Service

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Exhibitions and Events

32,366.9

 

(7,681.0)

Conventions, Conferences and Meetings

4,852.2

 

294.6

Exhibition Place Asset Management

14,962.8

 

12,131.0

Exhibition Place Parking Access

2,928.8

 

(4,894.5)

Total Program Budget

55,110.6

 

(150.0)

 

245.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Exhibition Place as outlined on pages 15, 17, 19, and 22 of the Exhibition Place 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 356.0 positions, composed of 351.0 operating service delivery positions and 5.0 capital project delivery positions.

 

246.  City Council approve the 2018 new user fees, technical adjustments to user fees, market rate user fee changes, rationalized user fees, and other fee changes above the inflationary adjusted rate for Exhibition Place identified in Appendix 7 of the Exhibition Place 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

Heritage Toronto

 

247.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Heritage Toronto of $0.946 million gross, $0.423 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Heritage Fundraising and Partnership Development

338.7

 

283.2

Heritage Promotion and Education

607.8

 

139.8

Total Program Budget

946.5

 

423.0

 

248.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Heritage Toronto as outlined on pages 12 and 14 of the Heritage Toronto 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 7.5 operating service delivery positions.

 

Toronto Atmospheric Fund

 

249.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Atmospheric Fund of $4.400 million gross, $0.0 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Toronto Atmospheric Fund

4,400.0

 

0.0

Total Program Budget

4,400.0

 

0.0

 

250.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Toronto Atmospheric Fund as outlined on page 6 of the Toronto Atmospheric Fund 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and the associated staff complement of 10.0 entirely composed of operating service delivery positions.

 

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

 

251.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto and Region Conservation Authority of $45.631 million gross, $3.650 million net for the following service:

 

Service

Gross           ($000s)

 

Net                     ($000s)

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

45,631.0

 

8,602.1

Total Program Budget

45,631.0

 

8,602.1

Less: Toronto Water Contribution

 

 

4,951.8

Tax-Supported Budget

45,631.0

 

3,650.3

 

252.  City Council request the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, in consultation with the General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation and the Executive Director, Municipal Licensing and Standards, to report to the Executive Committee by June 2018, to provide cost estimates to maintain the Tommy Thompson Park once transferred with a timeline for the transition.

 

Toronto Police Service

 

253.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Police Service of $1,137.724 million gross, $996.326 million net for the following services:

 

Service

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Toronto Police Service

1,136,249.4

 

996,325.5

Total Program Budget

1,137,724.4

 

996,325.5

 

254.  City Council approve staff complement for the Toronto Police Services of 7,881 operating service delivery positions, composed of 5,440 uniform officers, 2,230 civilian positions, and 211 part time positions to maintain the 2017 service levels.

 

Toronto Police Services Board

 

255.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Police Services Board of $2.809 million gross, $2.309 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Toronto Police Service Governance and Oversight

2,809.1

 

2,309.1

Total Program Budget

2,809.1

 

2,309.1

 

256.  City Council approve the 2018 Toronto Police Services Board staff complement of 7.0 positions, composed of 6 staff members and 1 Chair.

 

Parking Tags Enforcement and Operations

 

257.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Parking Tags Enforcement and operations of $72.204 million gross and $37.014 million net revenue for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Toronto Police Parking Enforcement

48,247.8

 

46,722.6

Revenue Services Parking Violation Operations

5,686.2

 

5,686.2

Court Services Judicial Processing

5,639.7

 

5,639.7

Legal Services

4,294.9

 

4,294.9

Parking Tags Revenue

8,335.0

 

(99,357.8)

Total Program Budget

72,203.6

 

(37,014.4)

 

258.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Parking Tags Enforcement and Operations as outlined on pages 14, 16 and 19 of the Parking Tags Enforcement and Operations 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 394.0 positions, entirely composed of operating service delivery positions.

 

259.  City Council direct the City Solicitor and Financial Planning to work together to establish Service Levels for Legal Services given their new role in time for the 2019 Budget process.

 

Toronto Public Health

 

260.  To support the Poverty Reduction Strategy, City Council direct the Medical Officer of Health to continue funding the Ambassador Program ($25,000 gross and $6,300 net) within the existing 2018 Toronto Public Health Operating Budget until an alternative funding source is identified.

 

261.  City Council approve, as amended by Part 260 above, the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Public Health of $251.292 million gross, $63.185 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Chronic Diseases and Injuries

45,541.7

 

13,731.5

Emergency Preparedness

2,330.9

 

570.3

Environmental Health

24,674.6

 

5,563.0

Family Health

94,506.6

 

21,339.8

Infectious Diseases

65,167.9

 

14,124.9

Public Health Foundations

19,070.6

 

7,855.7

Total Program Budget

251,292.4

 

63,185.3

 

262.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Toronto Public Health as outlined on pages 16, 20, 23, 28, 33-35 and 38 of the Toronto Public Health 2018 Operating Budget Notes, as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes and as amended by Part 260 above, and associated staff complement of 1,868.9 positions, composed of 1,844.9 operating service delivery positions and 24.0 capital project delivery positions.  

 

263.  City Council direct the information contained in the Confidential Attachment to Toronto Public Health's 2018 Operating Budget Notes, remain confidential until the outcome of City Council’s decision has been communicated to Unions and the affected staff.

 

Toronto Public Library

 

264.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Public Library of $201.607 million gross, $182.283 million net for the following services:

 

Service

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Collections Access and Borrowing

75,755.9

 

68,183.2

In-Branch and Virtual Services

118,536.4

 

106,084.8

Partnerships, Outreach and Customer Engagement

7,314.5

 

7,015.0

Total Program Budget

201,606.8

 

182,283.1

 

265.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Toronto Public Library as outlined on pages 14, 18, and 26 of the Toronto Public Library 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 1,734.8 operating service delivery positions.

 

CreateTO

 

266.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for CreateTO of $11.434 million gross, $0 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

CreateTO

11,434.0

 

0.0

Total Agency Budget

11,434.0

 

0.0

 

267.  City Council approve the CreateTO 2018 associated staff complement of 51.0 operating service delivery positions.

 

268.  City Council direct CreateTO staff to continue to work with City staff on establishing a Program Map, Service-Based budgets, and associated service levels and performance measures for CreateTO during 2018 for the 2019 Budget Process.

 

Toronto Transit Commission

 

269.  City Council amend the Toronto Transit Commission’s 2018 Budget Committee Recommended complement to reflect the 27 positions required to deliver an additional 800 weekly hours of service to help address bus overcrowding in peak hours and to 30 percent above the current overcrowding standard for non-peak hours.

 

270.  City Council increase the 2018 Toronto Transit Commission's Operating Budget by $2 million to provide additional base funding towards relieving overcrowding, to be offset in 2018 by an equivalent increase in a one-time contribution from Toronto Parking Authority retained earnings.

 

271.  City Council request the Interim Chief Executive Officer, Toronto Transit Commission to report to: 

 

a. the Toronto Transit Commission Board on the implementation of Part 270, above; and

 

b. the Budget Committee in the second quarter of 2018 on the service standards achieved with this additional funding.

 

272.  City Council approve, as amended by Parts 269, 270 and 271 above and Part 278 below, the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Transit Commission Conventional of $1,824.421 million gross, $576.842 million net for the following service:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net

($000s)

TTC - Conventional

1,824,421.4

 

576,841.8

Total Program Budget

1,824,421.4

 

576,841.8

 

273.  City Council approve, as amended by Parts 269 and 270 above, the Toronto Transit Commission staff complement of 14,396 positions, composed of 2,321 capital project delivery positions and 12,075 operating service delivery positions.

 

274.  City Council direct Toronto Transit Commission staff to continue to work with City staff on establishing its Service-Based budgets for Toronto Transit Commission (Conventional and Wheel-Trans), and associated service levels and performance measures during 2018 for the 2019 Budget process.

 

275.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Transit Commission Wheel-Trans Service of $152.055 million gross, $143.424 million net for the following service:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net

($000s)

Toronto Transit Commission - Wheel-Trans Service

152,055.2

 

143,424.1

Total Program Budget

152,055.2

 

143,424.1

 

276.  City Council approve the Toronto Transit Commission 2018 staff complement for Wheel-Trans Service of 588 operating service delivery positions

 

277.  City Council direct the Chief Executive Officer, Toronto Transit Commission and the City Manager to continue discussions on partnering with the Province for permanent sustainable funding for impacts of legislated requirements of Wheel-Trans Services such as the impacts of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.

 

278.  City Council advocate to the Provincial Government to return to funding 50 percent of the Toronto Transit Commission's Operating Budget and request the Toronto Transit Commission to assist with this advocacy initiative.

 

Toronto Zoo

 

279.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Zoo of $52.092 million gross, $12.083 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Zoo Conservation and Science

17,805.1

 

15,798.4

Zoo Fundraising and Strategic Partnerships

2,824.1

 

356.6

Zoo Visitor Services

31,462.8

 

(4,072.2)

Total Program Budget

52,092.0

 

12,082.8

 

280.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Toronto Zoo as outlined on pages 14, 17, and 19 of the Toronto Zoo 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 396.0 operating service delivery positions.

 

281.  City Council approve the 2018 market rate adjustments to user fees for Toronto Zoo identified in Appendix 7 of the Toronto Zoo 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

Yonge-Dundas Square

 

282.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Yonge-Dundas Square of $3.107 million gross, $0.000 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Public Square and Event Venue

3,106.5

 

0.0

Total Program Budget

3,106.5

 

0.0

 

283.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Yonge-Dundas Square as outlined on page 12 of the Yonge-Dundas Square 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 8.0 operating service delivery positions.

 

CORPORATE ACCOUNTS

 

284.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Corporate Accounts of $1,745.252 million gross and ($54.515) million net composed of the following services:

 

 

Service:

Gross

($000s)

 

Revenue

($000s)

 

Net

($000s)

 

Capital and Corporate Financing

Non-Program Expenditures

Non-Program Revenues

977,244.7

684,970.1 83,037.5

 

47,829.5 179,958.4

1,571,979.0

 

       929,415.3

       505,011.7

(1,488,941.6)

Total Program Budget

1,745,252.3

 

1,799,766.9

 

(54,514.5)

                   

 

285. City Council approve the 2018 Non-Program associated staff complement of 12 operating service delivery positions.

 

286.  City Council approve the 2018 sinking fund levies of $291.462 million in respect of the City's outstanding debt.

 

287.  City Council, in approving the 2018 - 2027 Capital Budget and Plan, express its intent to ensure that the increase in the need for services attributable to the anticipated development will be met and that any future excess capacity identified will be paid for by development charges or other similar charges.

 

288.  City Council increase the authority delegated to the Mayor or the Mayor's Alternate and the Interim Chief Financial Officer to enter into agreements on behalf of the City for the sale and issue, of debentures and revenue bonds, and for entering into bank loan agreements, from the current annual limit of $900 million to $950 million for 2018, and to amend City of Toronto Municipal Code Chapter 30, Debentures and other Borrowing, accordingly.  

 

289.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Tax Supported Operating Budget of $11.158 billion gross and $4.246 billion net including the special levy for the Scarborough Subway Extension and City Building Fund as detailed in Appendices 3.5.1, 3.5.2, and 3.5.3, consisting of:

 

a. a Base Budget of $10.952 billion gross and $4.124 billion net to deliver existing services and service levels;

 

b. an investment in new and enhanced services priorities of $136.337 million gross and $52.120 million net;

 

c.  contribution to the Scarborough Transit Reserve Fund from the 2018 Scarborough Subway Extension special levy property tax levy for the Scarborough Subway Extension of $40.699 million gross and net; and

 

d. contribution to the City Building Reserve Fund from the dedicated City Building property tax levy for priority transit and housing capital projects of $28.678 million gross and net.

 

General

 

290.  City Council direct the General Manager, Transportation Services to continue discussions with Parks, Forestry and Recreation and the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority to evaluate potential connections and bridges between the Centennial College Progress Campus and Military Trail Road as part of the 2018 Cycling Network Plan review and update the Ward Councillors on the progress of the evaluation, including a workplan to implement the connections and any required funding, by the end of June 2018.

 

291.  City Council direct the Interim Chief Financial Officer to allocate up to $2.5 million of the settlement funds related to 640 Lansdowne Avenue in Ward 18 Davenport, resulting from legal action related to environmental contamination of the Toronto Transit Commission lands, to the remediation of the site for parks and affordable housing uses.

 

292.  City Council request the Interim Chief Financial Officer to extend the Participatory Budgeting Pilot initiative for another three years, and include Wards not already covered in the existing pilot projects, for consideration in the 2019 budget process.

 

293.  City Council request the City Manager to report, as part of the 2019 budget process, on a long term plan to reduce reliance on the Municipal Land Transfer Tax which could include various strategies for City Council's consideration including shifting the percentage of proceeds used to fund capital projects or other services which may be reduced or deferred as required.

 

294.  City Council request the City Manager to report to the April 17, 2018 meeting of the Executive Committee on the following service levels: park maintenance, litter cleaning operations, graffiti removal, road operations, property standards and by-law enforcement. 

 

295.  City Council request the City Manager to report to April 17, 2018 meeting of the Executive Committee on the amount of money being spent by the six largest Business Improvement Areas in downtown Toronto on cleaning and maintaining city streets, laneways, parks and city-owned buildings.

 

296.  City Council request the City Manager to submit a report on the Multi-Year Service Plans and Strategies to the same meeting that is considering the Long-Term Financial Direction and Financing Strategies for Smart Track and Imagination, Manufacturing, Innovation and Technology Property Tax Incentive Program, for consideration in the 2019 Budget process.

 

297.  City Council direct the Manager, Equity, Diversity and Human Rights to consult with experts in gender-based analysis including those from the federal government and universities, City staff, community agencies serving women, including those with complex, intersecting identities, and gender-diverse members of equity-seeking groups and vulnerable populations, and report to the May 14, 2018 Executive Committee meeting on the creation and implementation of a comprehensive Gender-Responsive Budgeting process with an intersectional lens that would develop a more transparent, accountable budget process, aimed at increasing equity, access to economic opportunities and utilizing data to better allocate resources.

 

298.  City Council direct the City Manager to expedite the disaggregated data collection strategy and report to the March 19, 2018 Executive Committee meeting on the implementation plan.

 

299.  City Council request the Province of Ontario to undertake the following:

 

a.  assume the responsibility for the portions of the Gardiner Expressway and Highway 27 that were transferred to the City of Toronto; and

 

b.  assume the responsibility for all new GO Train stations proposed in the City of Toronto.

 

and use the savings to reduce/offset the Municipal Land Transfer Tax.

 

300.  City Council request the Province of Ontario to move ahead with legislative reforms and/or agreements for sharing of the Harmonized Sales Tax with the City of Toronto and other municipalities in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area for future budgets.

 

301.  City Council receive the report (January 31, 2018) from the Treasurer and the Executive Director, Social Development, Finance and Administration respecting Social Procurement Program - Additional Resources and Achievements for 2018 for information.

 

302.  City Council receive the report (February 5, 2018) from the City Manager and the Interim Chief Financial Officer respecting Intergovernmental Funding in the 2018-2027 Recommended Capital Budget and Plan for information.

 

303.  City Council direct that the following confidential materials remain confidential:

 

a.  (January 12, 2018) Confidential 2018 Operating Budget BN#31 -Impact on Counter and Customer Service Functions of Proposed Reductions in the Office of the Treasurer's 2018 Budget;  and

 

b.  (January 12, 2018) Confidential Attachment to 2018 Operating Budget BN#33 ­Auditor General's Annual and One-time Potential Savings;

 

as they pertain to personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board employees; the receiving of advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege; and labour relations or employee negotiations.

 

c.  EX31.2(j) - Toronto Public Health 2018 Operating Budget Request -Confidential Attachment – Summary of Confidential Reduction as it pertains to personal matters about identifiable individuals, including municipal or local board employees, and labour relations and employee negotiations; and

 

d.  EX31.2(k) - Student Nutrition Program – 2018 Operating Budget Request and Program Update - Confidential Attachment 1 to report from the City Solicitor - Legal Opinion from the City Solicitor on Student Nutrition Program as it pertains to the receiving of advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege.

 

The Confidential Attachments referred to in Parts 205, 216, 222 and 263 of City Council's decision above remain confidential in their entirety at this time in accordance with the provisions of the City of Toronto Act, 2006, as they relate to personal matters about identifiable individuals, including municipal or local board employees, labour relations and employee negotiations. The Confidential Attachments referred to in Parts 205, 216, 222 and 263 above will be made public once the outcome of City Council's decision has been communicated to Unions and affected staff.

 

The following Confidential Attachments referred to in Part 303 of City Council's decision remain confidential in their entirety in accordance with the provisions of the City of Toronto Act, 2006, as they pertain to personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board employees; the receiving of advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege; and labour relations or employee negotiations:

 

a.  (January 12, 2018) Confidential 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #31 -Impact on Counter and Customer Service Functions of Proposed Reductions in the Office of the Treasurer's 2018 Budget; and

 

b.  (January 12, 2018) Confidential Attachment to 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note#33 ­Auditor General's Annual and One-time Potential Savings.

 

EX31.2(j) - Toronto Public Health 2018 Operating Budget Request -Confidential Attachment – Summary of Confidential Reduction, referred to in Part 303 of City Council's decision remains confidential in its entirety in accordance with the provisions of the City of Toronto Act, 2006, as it pertains to personal matters about identifiable individuals, including municipal or local board employees, and labour relations and employee negotiations.

 

EX31.2(k) - Student Nutrition Program – 2018 Operating Budget Request and Program Update - Confidential Attachment 1 to report from the City Solicitor - Legal Opinion from the City Solicitor on Student Nutrition Program referred to in Part 303 of City Council's decision, remains confidential in its entirety in accordance with the provisions of the City of Toronto Act, 2006, as it pertains to the receiving of advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege.

City Council Decision Advice and Other Information

The City Manager gave a presentation to City Council on the Executive Committee Recommended 2018 Operating Budget and 2018-2027 Capital Budget and Plan.

Public Notice Given

Confidential Attachment - Personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board employees; the receiving of advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege; and labour relations or employee negotiations

Background Information (Committee)

(January 23, 2018) Letter from the Budget Committee on 2018 Capital and Operating Budgets
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112263.pdf
(February 5, 2018) Report from the City Manager and the Interim Chief Financial Officer on Budget Committee Recommended Tax Supported 2018 Operating Budget and 2018 - 2027 Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112556.pdf
(February 5, 2018) Appendix 1 - 2018 Capital Budget Recommendations
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112539.pdf
(February 5, 2018) Appendix 2 - 2018 Operating Budget Recommendations
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112540.pdf
(February 5, 2018) Appendix 3 - 2018 Capital and Operating Budgets - Detailed Schedules
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112541.pdf
(January 23, 2018) Report from the Interim Chief Financial Officer on 2018 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Tax Supported Capital Budget and Plan - Notice of Pending Report
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112261.pdf
(January 23, 2018) Report from the Interim Chief Financial Officer on 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Tax Supported Operating Budget - Notice of Pending Report
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112262.pdf
(December 18, 2017) Revised Notice of Public Meeting - 2018 Proposed Changes to User Fees
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111985.pdf
Appendices A to D to Revised Notice of Public Meeting - 2018 Proposed Changes to User Fees
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111880.pdf
(December 5, 2017) Revised Presentation from the City Manager on 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget and 2018-2027 Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112161.pdf
(November 30, 2017) Presentation from the City Manager on 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget and 2018-2027 Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111888.pdf
(December 5, 2017) Revised Appendices 1-4 - 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget and 2018-2027 Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112164.pdf
(December 1, 2017) Revised Appendices 1-4 - 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget and 2018-2027 Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111889.pdf
(December 12, 2017) Presentation from the Deputy City Manager, Cluster A on Cluster A 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget and 2018 -2027 Preliminary Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112079.pdf
(December 12, 2017) Presentation from the Medical Officer of Health on Toronto Public Health 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget and 2018 -2027 Preliminary Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112165.pdf
(December 14, 2017) Presentation from the Deputy City Manager, Cluster B on Cluster B 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget and 2018 - 2027 Preliminary Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112055.pdf
(December 14, 2017) Presentation from the Ombudsman on 2018 Budget Recommendation - Ombudsman Toronto
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112225.pdf
(December 14, 2017) Presentation from the Integrity Commissioner on 2018 Operating Budget - Office of the Integrity Commissioner
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112051.pdf
(January 30, 2018) Revised Presentation from the Lobbyist Registrar on Office of the Lobbyist Registrar 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget and 2018-2027 Preliminary Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112271.pdf
(December 14, 2017) Presentation from the Lobbyist Registrar on Office of the Lobbyist Registrar 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget and 2018-2027 Preliminary Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112053.pdf
(December 14, 2017) Presentation from the Auditor General on Auditor Generalís Office - 2018 Operating Budget
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112071.pdf
(December 14, 2017) Presentation form Toronto Transit Commission on Toronto Transit Commission 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget and 2018-2027 Preliminary Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112062.pdf
Presentation from the Deputy City Manager, Internal Corporate Services, on Internal Corporate Services - 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget and 2018 -2027 Preliminary Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112142.pdf
Presentation from the Transition Lead, Toronto Realty Agency, on Toronto Realty Agency - 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112144.pdf
(December 15, 2017) Revised - Presentation from the Interim Chief Financial Officer on Chief Financial Officer - 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget and 2018 -2027 Preliminary Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112228.pdf
(December 18, 2017) Presentation from the City Librarian on Toronto Public Library - 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget and 2018-2027 Preliminary Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111972.pdf
(December 18, 2017) Presentation from Toronto Police Service, Parking Enforcement and Police Services Board, 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget and 2018-2027 Preliminary Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111974.pdf
2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - 311 Toronto
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112131.pdf
2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - 311 Toronto
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111959.pdf
2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Accountability Officers
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112022.pdf
2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Accountability Officers
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111967.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Arena Boards of Management
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111891.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Association of Community Centres
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112123.pdf
(December 4, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Affordable Housing Office
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111893.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Children's Services
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111979.pdf
(December 4, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Children's Services
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111978.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - City Clerk's Office
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112113.pdf
2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - City Clerk's Office
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112012.pdf
Confidential Attachment - 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - City Clerk's Office
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - City Council
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112014.pdf
2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - City Manager's Office
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112128.pdf
2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - City Planning
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112015.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - City Planning
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112129.pdf
2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Civic Theatres Toronto
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111892.pdf
2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112107.pdf
2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Court Services
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111984.pdf
2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Economic Development and Culture
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112151.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Economic Development and Culture
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112030.pdf
2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Engineering and Construction Services
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112110.pdf
2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Exhibition Place
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112153.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes (Version 3)- Exhibition Place
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111966.pdf
2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111982.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112148.pdf
Confidential Attachment - 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy
(December 5, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Financial Services
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111960.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Fleet Services
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112115.pdf
2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Fleet Services
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112019.pdf
2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Heritage Toronto
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112177.pdf
2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Information and Technolgoy
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111961.pdf
(December 5, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Information and Technology
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111980.pdf
2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Legal Services
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111957.pdf
2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Long-Term Care Homes and Services
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111965.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Long-Term Care Homes and Services
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112008.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Municipal Licensing and Standards
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112023.pdf
2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Office of the Chief Financial Officer
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112118.pdf
(December 5, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Office of the Treasurer
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111981.pdf
Confidential Attachment - 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Office of the Treasurer
2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Office of the Mayor
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111958.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Parks, Forestry and Recreation
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112045.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Parks, Forestry and Recreation
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111989.pdf
2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Policy, Planning, Finance and Administration
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112105.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Shelter, Support and Housing Administration
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111895.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Shelter, Support Housing and Administration
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111983.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Social Development, Finance and Administration
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112016.pdf
(December 6, 2017) 2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Toronto and Region Conservation Authority
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111990.pdf
2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Toronto and Region Conservation Authority
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112150.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Toronto Atmospheric Fund
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112119.pdf
2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Toronto Building
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112102.pdf
2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Toronto Employment and Social Services
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112103.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Toronto Employment and Social Services
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111973.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Toronto Fire Services
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112134.pdf
(December 4, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Toronto Fire Services
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111975.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Toronto Paramedic Services
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112112.pdf
2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Toronto Paramedic Services
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111956.pdf
(December 6, 2017) 2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Toronto Police Service
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111986.pdf
(December 6, 2017) 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Toronto Police Service
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111987.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Parking Tags Operations and Enforcement
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111962.pdf
(December 6, 2017) 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Toronto Police Services Board
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111988.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Toronto Public Health
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112121.pdf
(December 4, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Toronto Public Health
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111890.pdf
Confidential Attachment - 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Toronto Public Health
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Toronto Public Library
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112049.pdf
2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Toronto Public Library
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112038.pdf
(December 5, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Toronto Realty Agency
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112146.pdf
2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Toronto Transit Commission
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111976.pdf
2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Toronto Transit Commission
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111977.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Toronto Zoo
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112159.pdf
2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Toronto Zoo
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112042.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Transportation Services
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111894.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Transportation Services
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111963.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Waterfront Revitalization Initiative
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112126.pdf
2018 Preliminary Capital Budget Notes - Yonge-Dundas Square
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112156.pdf
(December 6, 2017) Revised 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget Notes - Yonge-Dundas Square
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112157.pdf
(December 12, 2017) 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #2 and Appendix 1 - Economic Factors
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112076.pdf
(December 12, 2017) 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #3 and Appendix 1 - 2018 Gapping Levels
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112077.pdf
(December 12, 2017) 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #4 - Changes to Existing User Fees and New User Fees in the 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112170.pdf
Appendices A to D to 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #4 - Changes to Existing User Fees and New User Fees in the 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112172.pdf
(January 12, 2018) Revised 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #5 - Contributions to and Withdrawals from Reserves/Reserve Funds
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111887.pdf
(December 12, 2017) 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #5 - Contributions to and Withdrawals from Reserves/Reserve Funds
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112089.pdf
(January 12, 2018) Revised Appendices 1 - 2 to 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #5 - Contributions to and Withdrawals from Reserves/Reserve Funds
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112239.pdf
Appendices 1 - 2 to 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #5 - Contributions to and Withdrawals from Reserves/Reserve Funds
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112090.pdf
(December 12, 2017) 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #6 - Equity Impacts of Changes in the 2018 Operating Budget
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112093.pdf
Attachment A to 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #6 - Equity Impacts of Changes in the 2018 Operating Budget
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112095.pdf
Attachment B to 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #6 - Equity Impacts of Changes in the 2018 Operating Budget
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112100.pdf
Attachment C to 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #6 - Equity Impacts of Changes in the 2018 Operating Budget
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112101.pdf
Attachment D to 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #6 - Equity Impacts of Changes in the 2018 Operating Budget
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112135.pdf
Attachment E to 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #6 - Equity Impacts of Changes in the 2018 Operating Budget
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112137.pdf
(December 12, 2017) 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #7 - Assessment of Staffing Complement for Enforcement of Holistic Centres and Body Rub Parlours
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112173.pdf
(December 12, 2017) 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #8 - Staff Resources for the Enforcement of Illegal Third Party Election Advertising
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112175.pdf
(December 13, 2017) Revised 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #9 - Toronto Poverty Reduction Strategy
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112139.pdf
(January 12, 2018) Revised 2018 Operating BN#9 - Toronto Poverty Reduction Strategy
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112238.pdf
(December 15, 2017) 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #10 - TransformTO 2018 Operating Budget Request
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112167.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #11 - City's Credit Rating Performance
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111882.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#12 - Efficiency Savings Achieved in 2017 and 2018
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111883.pdf
(January 12, 2018) Attachment - 2018 Operating Budget BN#12 - Appendix A - 2017 Operating Efficiency Savings
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111884.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#13 - 2018 Preliminary Position Changes
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111885.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#14 - #Part Time and #Full Time Staff by Division - Strategies to Renew the Public Service
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112179.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#15 - Assessment Growth - Revised Estimate for 2018
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112182.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#16 - Provincial Funding Allocated to Fee Subsidies Versus Overall Affordability
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112183.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#17 - Summary of Travel Costs Associated with International Missions
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112186.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#18 - Swim Survive Phase 3 Expansion
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112187.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#19 - Address Unmet Demand for Recreation Programs in 2018
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112189.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#21 - Parks Ambassador Program
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112194.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#22 - Operating and Capital Impacts of the Addition of 3 new Emergency Shelters in 2018
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112196.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#23 - Toronto Strong Neighbourhood Strategy - Action Plans for All Neighbourhoods
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112197.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#24 - Costs Incurred for Engineering Services
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112202.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#25 - Revenue Generated by Private Transportation Companies
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112204.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#26 - Fire Safety Strategy for Toronto Community Housing Corporation Residential Buildings
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112223.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#27 - Workplace Safety and Insurance Board Presumptive Coverage for Firefighters
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112231.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#28 - Sick Time Analysis
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112233.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#29 - Summary of Fire Protection Service Levels on Toronto Island
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112208.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#30 - Toronto Fire Services Transformation Plan Update
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112216.pdf
(January 12, 2018) Confidential 2018 Operating Budget BN#31 - Impact on Counter and Customer Service Functions of Proposed Reductions in the Office of the Treasurer's 2018 Budget
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#32 - City Council Budget: Constituency Offices
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112217.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN#33 - Auditor General's Annual and One-time Potential Savings (with Confidential Attachment)
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111886.pdf
2018 Operating Budget BN#33 - Attachment 1 - Attachment 1 - Excerpts from Division and Agency Reports - Excerpt from TTC 2018 Operating Budget presentation (December 14, 2017)
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112235.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN #34 - Student Nutrition Programs in Toronto Public Schools
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112214.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN #35 - Toronto Public Library - Costing of Open Hours Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112212.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN #36 - Toronto Public Library - Sunday Service
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112210.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN #37 - Toronto Public Library - Youth Hubs
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112206.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN #38 - Officers by Division
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112229.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget BN #39 - Toronto Transit Commission: Options to Address Bus Overcrowding, Bus Availability & Garage Storage Capacity
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112221.pdf
2018 Budget Review Schedule
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111964.pdf
(December 12, 2017) 2018 Capital Budget Briefing Note #6 - State of Good Repair (SOGR) Backlog
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112052.pdf
(January 12, 2018) 2018 Capital Budget Briefing Note #7 - Update on Modernization Initiatives - Customer Service Strategy and New Service Delivery Model
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111881.pdf
(January 12, 2018) Revised Wrap-up Notes to Budget Committee - 2018-2027 Preliminary Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112191.pdf
(January 12, 2018) Wrap-up Notes to Budget Committee - 2018 Operating Budgets
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112199.pdf
(January 15, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #20 - Litter Picking in Ravines
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112241.pdf
(January 18, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #40 - Provincial Business Education Taxes
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112243.pdf
(January 15, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #42 - Funding Required to Achieve a 1% Reduction in Child Care Fees
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112246.pdf
(January 18, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #43 - Social Procurement and Community Benefits Framework
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112247.pdf
(January 18, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #44 - Community Partnership Investment Program (CPIP) Cost implication of Bill 148
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112249.pdf
(January 18, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #45 and Attachments A, B and C - Closing the Service Gap and Addressing Poverty in the Downtown East Area
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112252.pdf
(January 16, 2018) 2018 Capital Budget Briefing Note #8 - Breakdown of the Waterfront High Lake Effect Flooding Rehabilitation Funding
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112253.pdf
(January 19, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #41 and Appendix 1 - Reductions of Non-Residential to Residential Property Tax Ratios
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112255.pdf
(January 22, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #46 - Operating and Capital Impacts of the Addition of 1,000 new Emergency Shelter Beds and the Continuation of Respite Sites
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111879.pdf
(February 6, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #47 - Fire Safety Strategy for TCHC Residential Buildings - Supplemental
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112514.pdf
(February 6, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget Briefing Note #48 - Estimated Cost Savings from a Provincial Upload
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112515.pdf
(January 23, 2018) 2018 Operating Budget - Final Wrap-up Notes
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111877.pdf
(January 23, 2018) 2018 Capital Budget - Final Wrap-up Notes
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111878.pdf
(February 5, 2018) 2018 Wrap-Up Notes to the Executive Committee - 2018 - 2027 BC Recommended Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112557.pdf
(February 5, 2018) 2018 Wrap-Up Notes to the Executive Committee - 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112558.pdf
(February 6, 2018) Presentation and Appendix 1 from the City Manager, the Interim Chief Financial Officer, and the Executive Director, Financial Planning on Budget Committee Recommended 2018 Operating Budget & 2018-2027 Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112567.pdf
(February 6, 2018) Appendices 2 to 5 to the Presentation from the City Manager, the Interim Chief Financial Officer and the Executive Director, Financial Planning on Budget Committee Recommended 2018 Operating Budget & 2018-2027 Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112581.pdf

Background Information (City Council)

(February 12, 2018) Wrap-up notes for City Council - 2018 Executive Committee Recommended Operating Budget
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/cc/bgrd/backgroundfile-112704.pdf
(February 12, 2018) Wrap-up notes for City Council - 2018 - 2027 Executive Committee Recommended Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/cc/bgrd/backgroundfile-112705.pdf
(February 9, 2018) Supplementary report from the Acting Chief Executive Officer, Toronto Transit Commission on Reallocation of Buses Saved from the Opening of the Line 1 Extension and Appendix A (EX31.2am)
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/cc/bgrd/backgroundfile-112716.pdf
(February 12, 2018) Presentation from the City Manager on the Executive Committee Recommended 2018 Operating Budget and 2018-2027 Capital Budget and Plan (EX31.2an)
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/cc/bgrd/backgroundfile-112759.pdf

Communications (Committee)

(January 24, 2018) E-mail from Adin Neil Garthwaite (EX.Main.EX31.2.1)
(January 23, 2018) E-mail from Anthea Moreau (EX.Main.EX31.2.2)
(January 23, 2018) E-mail from Amber Taylor (EX.Main.EX31.2.3)
(January 30, 2018) E-mail from Henrik Bechmann (EX.Main.EX31.2.4)
(February 1, 2018) Letter from Helen Armstrong, Community Development and Social Action Worker, St. Stephen's Community House (EX.Supp.EX31.2.5)
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/comm/communicationfile-78402.pdf
(February 1, 2018) E-mail from Neena Locke, St. John XXIII Early Learning Program (EX.Supp.EX31.2.6)
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/comm/communicationfile-78437.pdf
(February 1, 2018) E-mail from Donna Robinson, Supervisor, Red Apple Daycare (EX.Supp.EX31.2.7)
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/comm/communicationfile-78438.pdf
(February 1, 2018) E-mail from Ruby Malobago (EX.Supp.EX31.2.8)
(February 1, 2018) E-mail from Melissa Hunter (EX.Supp.EX31.2.9)
(February 1, 2018) E-mail from Gary Locke (EX.Supp.EX31.2.10)
(February 1, 2018) E-mail from Lish Francoeur, Developmental Services Worker and Early Childhood Assistant, Red Apple Daycare (EX.Supp.EX31.2.11)
(February 1, 2018) E-mail from Thad Jackson, Early Childhood Assistant, Red Apple Daycare (EX.Supp.EX31.2.12)
(February 4, 2018) E-mail from David Simmons (EX.New.EX31.2.13)
(February 1, 2018) E-mail from Julia pan (EX.New.EX31.2.14)
(February 5, 2018) E-mail from Brad Wall, Toronto Feral Cat Recovery Centre (EX.New.EX31.2.15)
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/comm/communicationfile-78465.pdf
(February 5, 2018) E-mail from Jacklyn Angel Eroles (EX.New.EX31.2.16)

Communications (City Council)

(February 6, 2018) Submission from Liz White, Director, Animal Alliance of Canada and Lia Laskaris, Treasurer, Animal Protection Party of Canada (CC.Main.EX31.2.17)
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/cc/comm/communicationfile-78487.pdf
(January 13, 2018) E-mail from Jerry Doron (CC.Main.EX31.2.18)
(February 8, 2018) E-mail from Brendan Murphy (CC.Supp.EX31.2.19)
(February 9, 2018) E-mail from Colleen Butler (CC.New.EX31.2.20)
(February 11, 2018) E-mail from Hamish Wilson (CC.New.EX31.2.21)
(February 12, 2018) E-mail from Lynn Filusch (CC.New.EX31.2.22)
(February 12, 2018) Letter from Councillor Glenn De Baeremaekrer, Ward 38 Scarborough Centre, Councillor Jim Hart, Ward 44 Scarborough East and Councillor Neethan Shan, Ward 42 Scarborough-Rouge River (CC.New.EX31.2.23)
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/cc/comm/communicationfile-78567.pdf

Motions (City Council)

1 - Motion to Amend Item (Additional) moved by Councillor Josh Matlow (Amended)

That:

 

1. City Council request the Province to move ahead with legislative reforms and/or agreements for sharing of the Harmonized Sales Tax with the City of Toronto and other municipalities in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area for future budgets.

 

2. If a share of the Harmonized Sales Tax is not granted, City Council request the City Manager to:

 

a. request the Province to amend Part X, Section 267 (2)5 of the City of Toronto Act to permit the City of Toronto to impose a Retail Sales Tax on a person in respect of the acquisition or purchase of any tangible personal property, any service or any intangible property, as detailed in the Revenue Options Study presented to Executive Committee on June 2016 by KPMG;

 

b. coordinate with other municipalities in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area to move forward with a Retail Sales Tax;

 

c. identify and recommend goods and services to be exempted from the Retail Sales Tax including, but not limited to: non-luxury clothing or footwear items; food and beverage products; health supplements; prescriptions; medical equipment; toiletries; diapers; laundry and dry cleaning services; and veterinary medical services;

 

d. direct the additional funds from a Retail Sales Tax be directed to the City Building Fund exclusively for capital construction costs associated with transit and affordable housing projects;

 

e. determine the priority and scope of Toronto's infrastructure projects, to be funded in whole or in part with a Retail Sales Tax, based on ridership/user projections, land-use patterns, most urgent need, density, future development potential, and other methods of assessment consistent with recognized urban planning principles; and

 

f. to report to the July 17, 2018 meeting of the Executive Committee on the above items.

 

Part 1 carried. Part 2 lost.

Vote (Amend Item (Additional)) Feb-12-2018 9:44 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Matlow - motion 1, Part 1
Total members that voted Yes: 38 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Ana Bail„o, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 4 Members that voted No are Maria Augimeri, Jon Burnside, Jim Karygiannis, Giorgio Mammoliti
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Item (Additional)) Feb-12-2018 9:45 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Matlow - motion 1, Part 2
Total members that voted Yes: 19 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Ana Bail„o, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Joe Cressy, Janet Davis, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Mike Layton, Josh Matlow, Joe Mihevc, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 23 Members that voted No are Maria Augimeri, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Gary Crawford, Vincent Crisanti, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Michael Ford, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Chin Lee, Giorgio Mammoliti, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Jaye Robinson, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

2a - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti (Amended)

1. City Council amend the 2018 Capital and Operating Budgets by deleting the following initiatives and use the savings to reduce/offset the Municipal Land Transfer Tax:

 

a. amalgamating all City of Toronto affordable housing related offices and direct that all affordable housing services be operated under the Toronto Community Housing Corporation for a savings of $100 million or more;

 

b. transitioning out of the Child Care Services as soon as possible and requesting the Province of Ontario to assume responsibility of all child care services in the City of Toronto for a savings of $82 million;

 

c. transitioning out of the public transportation services and request Metrolinx to assume responsibility of the Toronto Transit Commission for a savings of $719 million or more;

 

d.  finding further savings by implementing a plan to amalgamate Fire Services with Toronto Paramedic Services;

 

e.  eliminating the $61 million for the Poverty Reduction Strategy;

 

f.  abandoning plans for the Rail Deck Park; and

 

g. deleting the following Items from the Parks, Forestry and Recreation Capital Budget:

 

1. Exercise Park in Parkway Forest Park - $75,000 gross, $0 debt;

 

2. Seniors Exercise Park in Godstone Park - $50,000, $0 debt;

 

3. Pleasantview Park Improvements - $20,000 gross, $0 debt; and

 

4. Shawnee Park Recreation Improvements - $75,000 gross, $0 debt.

 

2. That City Council request the Province of Ontario to undertake the following and use the savings to reduce/offset the Municipal Land Transfer Tax:

 

a.  replace the Finch LRT Line with bus rapid transit;

 

b.  assume the responsibility and cost of Long-Term Care Facilities;

 

c.  assume the responsibility for the portions of the Gardiner Expressway and Highway 27 that were transferred to the City;

 

d.  assume the responsibility for all new GO Train stations proposed in the City; and

 

e.  reduce the size of City Council by half.

 

Parts 1.a. to 1.f. lost. Part 1.g. was withdrawn. Parts 2.a., 2.b. and 2.e. lost. Parts 2.c. and 2.d. carried.

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:02 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2a, Part 1a
Total members that voted Yes: 4 Members that voted Yes are Vincent Crisanti, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday
Total members that voted No: 38 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Janet Davis, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Giorgio Mammoliti, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:04 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2a, Part 1a REVOTE
Total members that voted Yes: 5 Members that voted Yes are Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday, Giorgio Mammoliti
Total members that voted No: 37 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:05 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2a, Part 1b
Total members that voted Yes: 10 Members that voted Yes are Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday, Giorgio Mammoliti, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Cesar Palacio, Jaye Robinson
Total members that voted No: 32 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Frances Nunziata (Chair), James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:06 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2a, Part 1c
Total members that voted Yes: 10 Members that voted Yes are Maria Augimeri, Michael Ford, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Giorgio Mammoliti, Denzil Minnan-Wong, James Pasternak, Jaye Robinson, David Shiner
Total members that voted No: 32 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:07 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2a, Part 1d
Total members that voted Yes: 12 Members that voted Yes are Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Josh Colle, Vincent Crisanti, Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday, Chin Lee, Giorgio Mammoliti, Cesar Palacio, Jaye Robinson, David Shiner
Total members that voted No: 30 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Shelley Carroll, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:08 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2a, Part 1e
Total members that voted Yes: 1 Members that voted Yes are Giorgio Mammoliti
Total members that voted No: 41 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:09 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2a, Part 1f
Total members that voted Yes: 8 Members that voted Yes are Maria Augimeri, Jon Burnside, Vincent Crisanti, Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Giorgio Mammoliti, James Pasternak
Total members that voted No: 33 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Ana Bail„o, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 4 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly, Denzil Minnan-Wong

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:11 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2a, Part 2a
Total members that voted Yes: 3 Members that voted Yes are Giorgio Mammoliti, Cesar Palacio, David Shiner
Total members that voted No: 39 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:12 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2a, Part 2b
Total members that voted Yes: 17 Members that voted Yes are Maria Augimeri, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Vincent Crisanti, Michael Ford, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Giorgio Mammoliti, Josh Matlow, Cesar Palacio, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, David Shiner, Lucy Troisi
Total members that voted No: 25 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Ana Bail„o, Shelley Carroll, Joe Cressy, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:13 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2a, Part 2c
Total members that voted Yes: 31 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Giorgio Mammoliti, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi
Total members that voted No: 11 Members that voted No are Shelley Carroll, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Jim Hart, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Joe Mihevc, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Gord Perks, Neethan Shan, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:13 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2a, Part 2d
Total members that voted Yes: 29 Members that voted Yes are Maria Augimeri, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Giorgio Mammoliti, Josh Matlow, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, Lucy Troisi
Total members that voted No: 13 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Ana Bail„o, Shelley Carroll, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Jim Hart, Chin Lee, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Gord Perks, Neethan Shan, John Tory, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:15 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2a, Part 2e
Total members that voted Yes: 11 Members that voted Yes are Gary Crawford, Vincent Crisanti, Michael Ford, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Giorgio Mammoliti, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, Jaye Robinson, David Shiner
Total members that voted No: 31 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Joe Cressy, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Motion to Reconsider Vote moved by Councillor Michael Thompson (Carried)

That in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 27, Council Procedures, City Council reconsider the vote on motion 2a Part 1.a. by Councillor Mammoliti.


Motion to Withdraw a Motion moved by Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti (Carried)

That Councillor Mammoliti be permitted to withdraw Part 1.g. in his motion 2a. 


2b - Motion to Amend Motion moved by Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti (Lost)

City Manager's Office - Operating Budget

Children's Services - Operating Budget

Parks, Forestry and Recreation - Capital and Operating Budget

Toronto Employment and Social Services - Capital Budget

Transportation Services - Operating Budget

 

That City Council amend the 2018 Budget by deleting the following positions and allocating the funds to the Property Tax Stabilization Reserve:

 

1. Chief Transformation Officer;


2. 48 new positions in Children's Services;


3. 4 new operating positions in Parks, Forestry and Recreation;


4. 50 new temporary capital positions in Parks, Forestry and Recreation;


5. 12 new temporary positions in Parks, Forestry and Recreation;


6. 11 new temporary capital positions in Toronto Employment and Social Services;

 

7. 16 new traffic wardens; and

 

8. 2 quick clear squads.

Vote (Amend Motion) Feb-12-2018 9:17 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2b, Part 1
Total members that voted Yes: 5 Members that voted Yes are Maria Augimeri, John Campbell, Shelley Carroll, Jim Karygiannis, Giorgio Mammoliti
Total members that voted No: 37 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, Christin Carmichael Greb, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Motion) Feb-12-2018 9:18 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2b, Part 2
Total members that voted Yes: 2 Members that voted Yes are Stephen Holyday, Giorgio Mammoliti
Total members that voted No: 40 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Motion) Feb-12-2018 9:19 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2b, Part 3
Total members that voted Yes: 4 Members that voted Yes are Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday, Giorgio Mammoliti, David Shiner
Total members that voted No: 38 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Motion) Feb-12-2018 9:20 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2b, Part 4
Total members that voted Yes: 5 Members that voted Yes are Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday, Giorgio Mammoliti, Denzil Minnan-Wong, David Shiner
Total members that voted No: 37 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Motion) Feb-12-2018 9:20 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2b, Part 5
Total members that voted Yes: 4 Members that voted Yes are Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday, Giorgio Mammoliti, Jaye Robinson
Total members that voted No: 38 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Motion) Feb-12-2018 9:21 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2b, Part 6
Total members that voted Yes: 4 Members that voted Yes are Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday, Giorgio Mammoliti, David Shiner
Total members that voted No: 38 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Motion) Feb-12-2018 9:22 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2b, Part 7
Total members that voted Yes: 1 Members that voted Yes are Giorgio Mammoliti
Total members that voted No: 41 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Motion) Feb-12-2018 9:23 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mammoliti - motion 2b, Part 8
Total members that voted Yes: 1 Members that voted Yes are Giorgio Mammoliti
Total members that voted No: 41 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

3 - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor Mary Fragedakis (Carried)

Toronto Transit Commission - Operating Budget

 

That:

 

1.  City Council increase the 2018 Toronto Transit Commission's Operating Budget by $2 million to provide additional base funding towards relieving overcrowding, to be offset in 2018 by an equivalent increase in a one-time contribution from Toronto Parking Authority retained earnings; and

 

2. City Council request the Interim Chief Executive Officer, Toronto Transit Commission to report back to:

 

a. the Toronto Transit Commission Board on the implementation of Part 1, above; and

 

b. to the Budget Committee in the second quarter of 2018 on the service standards achieved with this additional funding.

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:24 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Fragedakis - motion 3
Total members that voted Yes: 36 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 6 Members that voted No are Glenn De Baeremaeker, Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Giorgio Mammoliti, David Shiner
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

4a - Motion to Amend Item (Additional) moved by Councillor James Pasternak (Carried)

Office of the Chief Financial Officer

 

That City Council request the Interim Chief Financial Officer to extend the Participatory Budgeting Pilot initiative for another three years, and include Wards not already covered in the existing pilot projects, for consideration in the 2019 budget process.

Vote (Amend Item (Additional)) Feb-12-2018 9:46 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Pasternak - motion 4a
Total members that voted Yes: 33 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, Paula Fletcher, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 9 Members that voted No are John Campbell, Gary Crawford, John Filion, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Stephen Holyday, Giorgio Mammoliti, Jaye Robinson, Lucy Troisi
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

4b - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor James Pasternak (Carried)

Parks, Forestry and Recreation

 

That City Council amend Executive Committee Recommendation 142, so that it now reads as follows:

 

142.  City Council request the General Manager, Toronto Water bring forward for Council consideration as part of the 2019 budget process, a one-time contribution of $3 million to the Tree Canopy Reserve which would increase Toronto Water's contribution towards tree planting and maintenance from $1.95 million to $4.95 million, to include funds for front lawn and boulevard sod repair and replacement after completion of various capital works.

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:24 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Pasternak - motion 4b
Total members that voted Yes: 32 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Frank Di Giorgio, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Giorgio Mammoliti, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 10 Members that voted No are Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Sarah Doucette, Jim Hart, Jim Karygiannis, David Shiner
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

4c - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor James Pasternak (Lost)

That City Council delete Executive Committee Recommendation 203.

 

Recommendation to be deleted:

 

203.  City Council direct that, beginning in the 2018-2022 term of Council, Councillor Constituency Offices paid for from the Council General Expense must be located in Civic Centres or other City-owned or agency-owned buildings where the rent is comparable to civic centre space, and that the Council Constituency Services and Office Budget (CSOB) and related policies be updated to reflect this change.

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:25 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Pasternak - motion 4c
Total members that voted Yes: 20 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Shelley Carroll, Joe Cressy, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Michelle Holland, Mike Layton, Giorgio Mammoliti, Joe Mihevc, James Pasternak, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 22 Members that voted No are Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Vincent Crisanti, Michael Ford, Jim Hart, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, Gord Perks, Jaye Robinson, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Motion to Reconsider Vote moved by Councillor Jim Karygiannis (Lost)

That in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 27, Council Procedures, City Council reconsider the vote on motion 4c by Councillor Pasternak.

Vote (Reconsider Vote) Feb-12-2018 9:56 PM

Result: Lost Two-Thirds Required - Reconsider the vote on motion 4c
Total members that voted Yes: 21 Members that voted Yes are Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Shelley Carroll, Vincent Crisanti, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Giorgio Mammoliti, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson
Total members that voted No: 21 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Janet Davis, Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Gord Perks, Jaye Robinson, David Shiner, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

5 - Motion to Amend Item (Additional) moved by Councillor Sarah Doucette (Lost)

That City Council direct the Interim Chief Financial Officer to report to the April 17, 2018 Executive Committee meeting on reinstating the Personal Vehicle Tax, as described in Municipal Code Chapter 765, with an examination of implementing a decreased fee for hybrid and electric vehicles, an exception of residents aged 65 and older, and that such Personal Vehicle Tax revenues be dedicated towards:

 

a.  the improvement of Toronto Transit Commission service capacity

 

b.  general road maintenance and upkeep

Vote (Amend Item (Additional)) Feb-12-2018 9:47 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Doucette - motion 5
Total members that voted Yes: 13 Members that voted Yes are Shelley Carroll, Joe Cressy, Janet Davis, Sarah Doucette, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Mike Layton, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Gord Perks, Jaye Robinson, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 29 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Vincent Crisanti, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, John Filion, Michael Ford, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Chin Lee, Giorgio Mammoliti, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Item (Additional)) Feb-12-2018 9:48 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Doucette - motion 5 - REVOTE
Total members that voted Yes: 13 Members that voted Yes are Shelley Carroll, Joe Cressy, Janet Davis, Sarah Doucette, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Gord Perks, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 29 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Vincent Crisanti, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, John Filion, Michael Ford, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Chin Lee, Giorgio Mammoliti, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Item (Additional)) Feb-12-2018 9:52 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Doucette- motion 5 - SECOND REVOTE
Total members that voted Yes: 12 Members that voted Yes are Shelley Carroll, Joe Cressy, Janet Davis, Sarah Doucette, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Mike Layton, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Gord Perks, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 30 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Vincent Crisanti, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, John Filion, Michael Ford, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Chin Lee, Giorgio Mammoliti, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Motion to Reconsider Vote moved by Councillor Michael Thompson (Carried)

That in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 27, Council Procedures, City Council reconsider the vote on motion 5 by Councillor Doucette.


Motion to Reconsider Vote moved by Councillor Michael Thompson (Carried)

That in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 27, Council Procedures, City Council again reconsider the vote on motion 5 by Councillor Doucette.


6 - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor Lucy Troisi (Carried)

Parks, Forestry and Recreation - 2018 Operating Budget

 

That City Council increase the Parks, Forestry and Recreation's Operating Budget by $350,000 to better meet service needs in 2018 by adding one permanent, full time Parks Ambassador, three seasonal positions and increasing all seasonal positions from six to nine months, with funding coming from the Tax Rate Stabilization Reserve.

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:26 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Troisi - motion 6
Total members that voted Yes: 26 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Shelley Carroll, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 16 Members that voted No are Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Josh Colle, Michael Ford, Jim Hart, Stephen Holyday, Chin Lee, Giorgio Mammoliti, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Jaye Robinson, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

7a - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor Stephen Holyday (Lost)

That City Council delete Executive Committee Recommendation 109 a. i.

 

Recommendation to be deleted

 

i. 1 previously approved sub-project with a 2018 cash flow of $11.104 million

 

and adopt instead the following new recommendation 109 a. i.

 

i. City Council affirm its support for the Toronto Transit Commission's new policy on a 2 hour transfer, however direct that the Toronto Transit Commission fund the additional incremental cost from internal efficiencies and/or a fare increase; and that the funds identified in the budget of $11.104 million City subsidy be reallocated to the Tax Stabilization Reserve.

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:27 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Holyday - motion 7a
Total members that voted Yes: 6 Members that voted Yes are John Campbell, Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday, Giorgio Mammoliti, James Pasternak, David Shiner
Total members that voted No: 36 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

7b - Motion to Amend Item (Additional) moved by Councillor Stephen Holyday (Carried)

That City Council request the City Manager to report, as part of the 2019 budget process, on a long term plan to reduce reliance on the Municipal Land Transfer tax which could include various strategies for City Council's consideration including shifting the percentage of proceeds used to fund capital projects or other services which may be reduced or deferred as required. 

Vote (Amend Item (Additional)) Feb-12-2018 9:49 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Holyday - motion 7b
Total members that voted Yes: 33 Members that voted Yes are Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, Michael Ford, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Giorgio Mammoliti, Josh Matlow, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 9 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Jon Burnside, Joe Cressy, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Karygiannis, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

8 - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor Joe Mihevc (Carried)

Fire Services - 2018 Operating Budget

Toronto Public Health - 2018 Operating Budget

Social Development, Finance and Administration - 2018 Operating Budget

Parks, Forestry and Recreation - 2018 Operating Budget

 

That City Council amend the 2018 Operating Budget to support the Poverty Reduction Strategy:

 

1. City Council direct the Fire Chief and General Manager, Fire Services to consult with the Executive Director, Human Resources and the Acting Director, Equity, Diversity and Human Rights to undertake an Employment Systems Review with Inclusion Plan, as referred to in the their 2018 budget request, and that the cost be absorbed within the existing 2018 Fire Service's operating budget (at a gross one-time cost of $200,000, net $0).  

 

2. City Council direct the Medical Officer of Health to continue funding the Ambassador Program ($25,000 gross and $6,300 net) within the existing 2018 Toronto Public Health operating budget until an alternative funding source is identified.

 

3. City Council increase the 2018 Operating Budget for Social Development, Finance and Administration by $55,000 to hire a Social Procurement Officer, as described in the report from the Treasurer and the Executive Director, Social Development, Finance and Administration (January 31, 2018), with funds coming from the Tax Rate Stabilization Reserve.

 

4. City Council increase the 2018 Parks, Forestry and Recreation Operating Budget by $154,100  for the initiative Swim and Survive (Phase 4), with a view to accommodating as many Grade 4 students as possible working with the Toronto District School Board to secure pool space, funded by the Tax Rate Stabilization Reserve.  

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:29 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mihevc - motion 8, Part 1
Total members that voted Yes: 38 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 4 Members that voted No are Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday, Giorgio Mammoliti, David Shiner
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:30 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mihevc - motion 8, Part 2
Total members that voted Yes: 37 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 5 Members that voted No are John Filion, Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday, Giorgio Mammoliti, Jaye Robinson
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:31 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mihevc - motion 8, Part 3
Total members that voted Yes: 30 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 12 Members that voted No are Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Josh Colle, Vincent Crisanti, Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday, Chin Lee, Giorgio Mammoliti, Josh Matlow, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Jaye Robinson, David Shiner
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:31 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Mihevc - motion 8, Part 4
Total members that voted Yes: 35 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, Shelley Carroll, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 7 Members that voted No are John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Josh Colle, Stephen Holyday, Giorgio Mammoliti, Denzil Minnan-Wong, David Shiner
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

9 - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor Michael Thompson (Carried)

Economic Development and Culture - Capital Budget

 

That:

 

1. City Council authorize the General Manager, Economic Development and Culture to accept a grant of $500,000 from Canadian Cultural Spaces, Department of Canadian Heritage/Patrimoine Canadien for St. Lawrence Centre Roof Replacement.

 
2. City Council amend the 2018-2027 Executive Committee Recommended Capital Budget and Plan for Economic Development and Culture to apply the grant of $500,000 to the "St. Lawrence Centre Roof" capital project (CAC103-03) in 2018 and reduce the debt funding by $500,000, and increase the project cost of the "Guild Revitalization" (CAC109-01) by $500,000, from $5.648 million to $6.148 million funded from debt transferred from St. Lawrence Centre Roof, with cash flows of $500,000 in 2018.

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:32 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Thompson - motion 9
Total members that voted Yes: 41 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Giorgio Mammoliti, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 1 Members that voted No are Jim Hart
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

10a - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor Joe Cressy (Carried)

Transportation Services - Capital Budget

 

That:

 

1.  City Council increase the 2018 Executive Committee Recommended Capital Budget and 2019-2027 Capital Plan for Transportation Services by $9,648,699.11 in total project cost and cash flows of $2,900,000 in 2019 and $6,748,699.11 in 2020 for the John Street Revitalization Project (CTP817-66) fully funded by Section 37 and 45 (Planning Act Reserve Fund) community benefits collected from the following developments:

 

a. 126 Simcoe Street, secured for a range of benefits including streetscape improvements in the area, in the amount of $98,635.98 (source account number XR3026-3700198);

 
b. 169 John Street, secured for improvements to Grange Park and/or streetscape improvements on McCaul Street and/or John Street, in the amount of $56,998.09 (source account number XR3026-3700026);

 
c. 12 to 18 Mercer Street and 60 John Street, secured for a range of benefits including streetscape improvements to John Street and Mercer Street, in the amount of $38,351.05 (source account number XR3026-3700509);

 
d. 295 Adelaide Street West and 100 to 104 John Street, secured for a range of benefits including streetscape improvements to John Street and the design development supporting the John Street streetscape improvement initiative, in the amount of $1,159,615.53 (source account number XR3026-3700438);

 
e. 295 Adelaide Street West and 100 to 104 John Street, secured for streetscape improvements to John Street, design development supporting the John Street streetscape improvement initiative, and/or one or more Heritage Conservation District studies within the East Precinct of the King-Spadina Secondary Plan Area, in the amount of $94,130.47 (source account number XR3026-3700439);

 
f.  56 Blue Jays Way, secured for a range of benefits including streetscape improvements to John Street and/or Mercer Street, in the amount of $18,748.04 (source account number XR3026-3700330);

 
g.  371, 373-377 and 379 King Street West, secured for streetscape and other civic improvements in the local area of the lot, in the amount of $84,406.49 (source account number XR3026-3700263);

 
h. 335 King Street West, 355 King Street West and 119 Blue Jays Way, secured for streetscape improvements to John Street and Mercer Street and the design development supporting the John Street streetscape project, in the amount of $9,402.77 (source account number XR3026-3700747);

 
i. 181, 199 and 203 Richmond Street West and 10 Nelson Street, secured for the design, development and construction of improvements to the streetscape along John Street between Queen Street West and Front Street West for the creation of a cultural spine along John Street, in the amount of $966,153.73 (source account number XR3026-3700516);

 
j. 523, 525 and 525A Adelaide Street West, secured for streetscape improvements in the vicinity of the lot, in the amount of $229,728.53 (source account number XR3026-3700616);

 
k. 288A, 290 and 294 Adelaide Street West, secured for John Street streetscape improvements and local parks, in the amount of $1,741,376.06 (source account number XR3026-3700505);

 
l. 328, 330, 332, 334, 336, 338 and 340 Adelaide Street West, secured for a range of benefits including improvements to John Street, in the amount of $325,624.88 (source account number XR3026-3700391);

 
m. 11 Charlotte Street, secured for capital improvements to the John Street Revitalization project in Ward 20, in the amount of $841,751.88 (source account number XR3026-3700507);

 
n. 224 King Street West, secured for a range of benefits including funds to be used towards streetscape improvements to John Street, in the amount of $923,186.45 (source account number XR3026-3700469);

 
o. 60 John Street and 12 Mercer Street, secured for a range of benefits including the design development for John Street, in the amount $154,867.74 (source account number XR3028-4500120);

 
p. 295 Adelaide St West and 100 to 104 John Street, secured for capital improvements to John Street, in the amount of $231,266.69 (source account number XR3028-4500128);

 
q. 290 Adelaide Street West, secured for streetscape improvements in the immediate vicinity of the subject site, in the amount of $151,190.72 (source account number XR3028-4500186);

 
r. 290 Adelaide Street West, secured for streetscape improvements to John Street or park improvements in the area, in the amount of $362,390.51 (source account number XR3028-4500116);

 
s. 180 John Street, secured for public realm improvements, in the amount of $30,126.00 (source account number XR3028-4500194);

 
t. 56 Blue Jays Way, secured for streetscape improvements in the area, in the amount of $50,396.91 (source account number XR3028-4500183); 

 
u. 576, 578 and 580 Front Street West, 25 and 27 Bathurst Street, 33, 35 and 49 Niagara Street, secured for parkland, streetscape improvements and community facilities within the King - Spadina Secondary Plan area, in the amount of $1,730,691.51 (source account number XR3026-3700810);

 
v. 558, 560 Front Street West, secured for park or streetscape improvement in the area, in the amount of $21,601.26 (source account number XR3028-4500056); 

 
w. 426 to 444 Adelaide Street West, secured for improvements to parks, the public realm or community facilities in Ward 20, in the amount of $75,134.42 (source account number XR3028-4500140); 

 
x. 578, 580 Front Street West, 25, 27 Bathurst Street and 33 to 49 Niagara Street, secured for pedestrian and cycling infrastructure improvements in Ward 20, in the amount $74,222.00 (source account number XR3028-4500197); 

 
y. 306 to 322 Richmond Street West, secured for civic improvements, including but not limited to streetscape improvements on John Street, Richmond Street West and Adelaide Street West, in the amount of $160,000.00 (source account number 220096);

 
z. 306 to 322 Richmond Street West, secured for streetscape improvements in the area, in the amount of $3,701.40 (source account number XR3028-4500144); and

 
aa. 172 John Street, secured for public realm improvements on John Street, in the amount of $15,000.00 (source account number 220096).

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:33 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Cressy - motion 10a
Total members that voted Yes: 38 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 4 Members that voted No are Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday, Giorgio Mammoliti, Denzil Minnan-Wong
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

10b - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor Joe Cressy (Carried)

Economic Development and Culture - Capital Budget

 

That:

 

1. City Council increase the Executive Committee Recommended 2018 Capital Budget and 2019-2027 Capital Plan for Economic Development and Culture to include the John Street Public Art Project with project cost of $1,729,027.87 and cash flow of $50,000 in 2020, $100,000 in 2021 and $1,579,027.87 in 2022, fully funded by Section 37 and 45 (Planning Act Reserve Fund) community benefits collected from the following developments:

 

a. 12 to 18 Mercer Street and 60 John Street, secured as a Public Art contribution to be used on the development, including treatment of the proposed parking entrance on John Street, with the remainder allocated to the John Street streetscape improvement initiative, in the amount of $756,844.21 (source account number XR3026-3700511); 

 
b. 181, 199 and 203 Richmond Street West and 10 Nelson Street, secured as a public art contribution to the City in accordance with the Public Art program, in the amount of $785,130.58 (source account number XR3026-3700659); 

 
c. 340 Front Street West, secured for Public Art in the surrounding area, in the amount of $109,964.18 (source account number XR3026-3700138); and

 
d. 295 Adelaide St West and 100 to 104 John Street, secured for arts and cultural facilities in Ward 20, in the amount of $77,088.90 (source account number XR3028-4500129).

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:34 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Cressy - motion 10b
Total members that voted Yes: 39 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 3 Members that voted No are Michael Ford, Giorgio Mammoliti, Denzil Minnan-Wong
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

10c - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor Joe Cressy (Carried)

Parks, Forestry and Recreation -  Capital Budget

 

That City Council amend the 2018 Parks, Forestry and Recreation Executive Committee Recommended Capital Budget for the Bellevue Square Additional Funding sub-project in the Park Development project, by increasing the project cost by $275,000 from $1,819,000 to $2,094,000 and 2018 cash flow from $300,000 to $575,000, with funding from the following sources: $247,646.03 from the Section 42 Alternate Rate Cash-in-lieu for 255 College Street (source account: XR2213-4200684) and $27,353.97 from the Section 42 Alternate Rate Cash-in-lieu for 219 Queen Street West (source account: XR2213-4200663) to address unforeseen site conditions.

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:35 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Cressy - motion 10c
Total members that voted Yes: 40 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 2 Members that voted No are Giorgio Mammoliti, Denzil Minnan-Wong
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

10d - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor Joe Cressy (Carried)

Shelter, Support and Housing Administration - Operating Budget

 

That:

 

1. City Council increase the 2018 Operating Budget for Shelter, Support and Housing Administration by $1,563,123.68 gross, $0 net, on a one-time basis, for transfer to the Capital Revolving Reserve Fund for Affordable Housing (XR1058), for the purpose of creating new affordable housing and/or home ownership opportunities in Phase 2 of the Alexandra Park Revitalization, fully funded by Section 37 (Planning Act Reserve Fund) community benefits collected from the following developments:

 

a.  81 and 87 Peter Street, secured for the development of affordable housing in Ward 20, in the amount of $1,420,433.64 (source account #: 220096);

 

b. 318 Richmond Street West, secured to be allocated toward affordable housing in Ward 20, in the amount of $75,234.38 (source account #: XR3028-4500189); and


c. 604-618 Richmond Street West, secured for the provision of new affordable housing units in Ward 20, in the amount of $67,454.66 (source account #: XR3026-3700786).

 
2. City Council direct that Section 37 funds in the amount of $51,479.85, from 602-622 King Street West, 499-505 Adelaide Street West, 1 and 11 Adelaide Place, secured for the creation of new affordable housing in Ward 20 and previously transferred to the Capital Revolving Reserve Fund for Affordable Housing, be used for the purpose of creating new affordable housing and/or home ownership opportunities in Phase 2 of the Alexandra Park Revitalization.

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:36 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Cressy - motion 10d
Total members that voted Yes: 41 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 1 Members that voted No are Giorgio Mammoliti
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

11 - Motion to Amend Item (Additional) moved by Councillor Paula Fletcher (Carried)

That:

 

1. City Council advocate to the Provincial Government to return to funding 50 percent of the Toronto Transit Commission's Operating Budget; and

 

2. City Council request the Toronto Transit Commission to assist with this advocacy initiative.

Vote (Amend Item (Additional)) Feb-12-2018 9:50 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Fletcher - motion 11
Total members that voted Yes: 41 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 1 Members that voted No are Giorgio Mammoliti
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

12a - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam (Carried)

Shelter, Support Housing and Administration - 2018 Operating Budget

 

That:

 

1. City Council increase the 2018 Executive Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Shelter, Support and Housing Administration by $201,836.28 gross, $0 net, for transfer to the Capital Revolving Reserve Fund for Affordable Housing (XR1058), to be payable to Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. for the purpose of improving five affordable rental dwelling units in the A.H. Rundle House located at 15 Selby Street, fully funded by Section 37 (Planning Act Reserve Fund) community benefits collected for this purpose from the development at 592 Sherbourne Street and 15 Selby Street (source account number: XR3026-3700737).

 
2. City Council direct that $201,836.28 be provided to Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. for the purpose of improving five affordable rental dwelling units in the A.H. Rundle House located at 15 Selby Street, in accordance with the terms of the Contribution Agreement between Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. and the City of Toronto.


3. City Council increase the 2018 Executive Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Shelter, Support and Housing Administration by $10,043.75 gross, $0 net, to be transferred to the Capital Revolving Reserve Fund for Affordable Housing (XR1058), to undertake a building condition assessment and Phase 1 Environmental Study of A.H. Rundle House at 15 Selby Street, as authorized by the Director, Affordable Housing Office, fully funded by Section 37 (Planning Act Reserve Fund) community benefits collected for this purpose from the development at 592 Sherbourne Street and 15 Selby Street (source account number: XR3026-3700738).

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:37 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Wong-Tam- motion 12a
Total members that voted Yes: 41 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Giorgio Mammoliti, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 1 Members that voted No are Jon Burnside
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

12b - Motion to Amend Item (Additional) moved by Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam (Lost)

1. That City Council re-introduce the Personal Vehicle Tax (PVT) as described in Municipal Code Chapter 765, at a rate of up to $120 annually per four-wheeled vehicle, with the exception of residents aged 65 and older, and direct the proceeds to:

 

a.  the improvement of Toronto Transit Commission facilities, including AODA requirements and expanding transit services in the inner suburbs of the City; 

 

b.  the Toronto Community Housing Corporation State of Good Repair Backlog and the creation of new affordable housing; and

 

2. Direct the Interim Chief Financial Officer to report to Executive Committee in March 2018 on tax design and implementation to begin in 2018.

Vote (Amend Item (Additional)) Feb-12-2018 9:57 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Wong-Tam - motion 12b
Total members that voted Yes: 11 Members that voted Yes are Shelley Carroll, Joe Cressy, Janet Davis, Sarah Doucette, Paula Fletcher, Mike Layton, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Gord Perks, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 31 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Vincent Crisanti, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, John Filion, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Chin Lee, Giorgio Mammoliti, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

12c - Motion to Amend Item (Additional) moved by Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam (Carried)

That:

 

1. City Council request the City Manager to report to the April 2018 meeting of the Executive Committee on 311 response times and service levels in the downtown core, specifically the areas bounded by Parliament Street, Davenport Road, Spadina Avenue, and Queen's Quay and represented by the downtown Business Improvement Areas including: Bloor-Yorkville BIA, Downtown Yonge BIA, Entertainment District BIA, Financial District BIA, St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood BIA, and the Waterfront BIA.

 

2. City Council request the City Manager to report to the April 2018 meeting of the Executive Committee on the following service levels: park maintenance, litter cleaning operations, graffiti removal, road operations, property standards and by-law enforcement.

 

3. City Council request the City Manager to report to April 2018 meeting of the Executive Committee on the amount of money being spent by the six largest BIAs in downtown Toronto on cleaning and maintaining city streets, laneways, parks and city-owned buildings.

Vote (Amend Item (Additional)) Feb-12-2018 9:58 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Wong-Tam - motion 12c
Total members that voted Yes: 35 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 7 Members that voted No are John Campbell, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Giorgio Mammoliti, Jaye Robinson
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

12d - Motion to Amend Item (Additional) moved by Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam (Carried)

That:

 

1. City Council request the General Manager of Shelter Support Housing and Administration make all reasonable efforts to expedite the expansion of permanent shelter beds by 1,000 in 2018 and to ensure that potential shelter sites are not delayed or lost should staff locate additional sites not currently included in the 2018 Preliminary Operating and Capital Budgets.

 

2. Staff be authorized to proceed with the purchase or lease of additional sites by advancing the cash flow from 2019 and future year capital plans, and that any operating impacts for 2018 be covered by a draw from a reserve fund, deemed appropriate by the Interim Chief Financial Officer. 

 

3. City Council request the Interim Chief Financial Officer report, at the first opportunity, to Budget Committee to formally amend the 2018 Executive Committee Recommended Operating and Capital Budget.

Vote (Amend Item (Additional)) Feb-12-2018 9:59 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Wong-Tam - motion 12d
Total members that voted Yes: 34 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 8 Members that voted No are Christin Carmichael Greb, Vincent Crisanti, Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday, Giorgio Mammoliti, Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, David Shiner
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

12e - Motion to Amend Item (Additional) moved by Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam (Carried)

That:

 

1. City Council direct the Manager, Equity, Diversity and Human Rights to consult with experts in gender-based analysis including those from the federal government and universities, City staff, community agencies serving women, including those with complex, intersecting identities, and gender-diverse members of equity-seeking groups and vulnerable populations, and report to the May 14, 2018 meeting of Executive Committee on the creation and implementation of a comprehensive Gender-Responsive Budgeting process with an intersectional lens that would develop a more transparent, accountable budget process, aimed at increasing equity, access to economic opportunities and utilizing data to better allocate resources.

 

2. City Council direct the City Manager to expedite the disaggregated data collection strategy and report to the March 19, 2018 meeting of the Executive Committee on the implementation plan.

Vote (Amend Item (Additional)) Feb-12-2018 10:00 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Wong-Tam - motion 12e
Total members that voted Yes: 36 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 6 Members that voted No are John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Stephen Holyday, Giorgio Mammoliti, Denzil Minnan-Wong, David Shiner
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

13 - Motion to Amend Item (Additional) moved by Councillor Ana Bail„o (Carried)

That City Council direct the Interim Chief Financial Officer to allocate up to $2.5 million of the settlement funds related to 640 Lansdowne Avenue in Ward 18 Davenport, resulting from legal action related to environmental contamination of the Toronto Transit Commission lands, to the remediation of the site for parks and affordable housing uses.

Vote (Amend Item (Additional)) Feb-12-2018 10:01 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Bailao- motion 13
Total members that voted Yes: 42 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Giorgio Mammoliti, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 0 Members that voted No are
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

14a - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor Glenn De Baeremaeker (Carried)

City Council - Operating Budget

 

That:

 

1.  City Council increase the 2018 City Council Operating Budget by $ 0.192 million, funded from the Tax Rate Stabilization Reserve.

 

2.  City Council delete Executive Committee Recommendation 201 so that the current Constituency Services and Office Budget Policy for telecommunications expenses and newspaper entitlement remain unchanged.

 

Recommendation to be deleted

 

201.  City Council approve the following changes to affect the reductions to the Constituency Services and Office Budget Policy:

 

a.  For telecommunications expenses:

 

1.  Delete the following bullets in Section 5, Eligible Expenses, category Wireless Products and Services, sub-section provided from the City's centralized resources:

 

- Expenses related to electronic equipment, including roaming charges will be charged to the Council General Expense Budget provided the Councillor has notified Council and Support Services and roaming plans have been set up for the Councillor, prior to leaving the City.


- A basic voice and data plan will be included for BlackBerry smart phones and a data plan will be included for mobile tablets.


- Exception usage, e.g. long distance costs exceeding the roaming plan, will be charged to the Constituency Services and Office Budget.


so that the sub-section now reads:

 

Provided from the City's centralized resources:

 

- One Blackberry or other smart phone supported by the City's wireless infrastructure for each Councillor Office for use by the Councillor


- One mobile tablet for each Councillor for use by the Councillor


- The Councillor has a choice of the City's wireless vendors

 

2.  Amend section 2(f), Wireless, in Appendix 1, Resources Available/Allocated to Councillors by deleting the reference "Basic monthly voice and data plan will be included" in bullets 1 and 2, and deleting bullet 3 "Expenses related to electronic equipment, including roaming charges will be charged to the Council General Expense Budget provided the Councillor has notified Council and Support Services and roaming plans have been set up for the Councillor, prior to the City." so that section 2(f) now reads:


-Each Councillor will be provided with a BlackBerry or other smart phone supported by the City's wireless infrastructure as office equipment.


-Each Councillor will be provided with a mobile tablet as office equipment.

 

b.  For Newsletter Entitlement

 

1. Delete the following section 3(e), titled "Entitlement equivalent to distribution of a newsletter to all households" in Appendix 1, Resources Available/Allocated to Councillors:

 

-Each Councillor is entitled to an amount equivalent to the cost of postage or delivery by other means of one newsletter to all households within the ward, based on the 2011 census information, and at a rate not to exceed the current Canada Post standard Admail rate, paid for from the Council General Expense Budget.

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:37 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - DeBaeremaeker - motion 14a
Total members that voted Yes: 30 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Giorgio Mammoliti, Josh Matlow, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 12 Members that voted No are Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Michael Ford, Jim Hart, Stephen Holyday, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Jaye Robinson, David Shiner, John Tory
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

14b - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor Glenn De Baeremaeker (Carried)

Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy - 2018 Capital Budget

 

That City Council increase the 2018 Capital Budget for Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy in the amount of $325,000 to increase the total project cost from $520,000 to $845,000 for the capital sub-project known as "Ward 38, 705 Progress Building Improvements" in support of the South Asian Awareness for Autism Centre to provide the necessary capital repairs and improvements that would allow for occupancy of Unit 63, funded through the reserve fund (XR2007).

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:38 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - DeBaeremaeker - motion 14b
Total members that voted Yes: 38 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Giorgio Mammoliti, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 4 Members that voted No are Shelley Carroll, Gord Perks, Jaye Robinson, Lucy Troisi
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

15a - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor Janet Davis (Carried)

Children's Services - 2018 Capital Budget

Children’s Services - 2018 Operating Budget

 

That City Council replace $2 million in the 2018 Children’s Services Capital budget to fund the Anishawabe Child Care Centre with funding from the Child Care Capital Reserve, and that the funding be used to fund 140 new child care fee subsidies.

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:39 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Davis - motion 15a
Total members that voted Yes: 33 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 9 Members that voted No are Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Josh Colle, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday, Giorgio Mammoliti, Jaye Robinson
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

15b - Motion to Amend Item (Additional) moved by Councillor Janet Davis (Carried)

Children’s Services - 2018 Operating Budget

 

City Council request the Province of Ontario to move forward with its commitment to address child care affordability by providing funding and flexibility to lower child care fees for the City of Toronto, which are the highest in the country for infants ($1,649 a month), toddlers ($1,375 a month), and preschoolers ($1,150 a month).

Vote (Amend Item (Additional)) Feb-12-2018 10:02 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Davis - motion 15b
Total members that voted Yes: 41 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 1 Members that voted No are Giorgio Mammoliti
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

15c - Motion to Amend Item (Additional) moved by Councillor Janet Davis (Carried)

That City Council request the City Manager to submit a report on the Multi-Year Service Plans and Strategies to the same meeting that is considering the Long-Term Financial Direction and Financing Strategies for Smart Track and Imagination, Manufacturing, Innovation and Technology Property Tax Incentive Program (IMIT), for consideration in the 2019 Budget process.

Vote (Amend Item (Additional)) Feb-12-2018 10:03 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Davis - motion 15c
Total members that voted Yes: 35 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 7 Members that voted No are John Campbell, Josh Colle, Michael Ford, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Giorgio Mammoliti, James Pasternak
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

16 - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor Gary Crawford (Amended)

Parks Forestry and Recreation – Capital Budget

 

1. That City Council amend the 2018-2027 Capital Budget and Plan for Parks, Forestry and Recreation by adding a new capital sub-project known as the Ward 38 Improvements FY2018 sub-project in the Park Development project with total project cost of $790,000 and cash flow of $70,000 in 2018 and $720,000 in 2019, funded from the Parkland Acquisition East District Local Development Reserve Fund (XR2205), for various improvements to Centennial Recreation Centre and Thomson Memorial Park.

 

2. That City Council amend the 2018-2027 Capital Budget and Plan for Parks, Forestry and Recreation by increasing the total project cost of the Ward 38 Park Improvements sub-project in the Park Development project, by $100,000 from $1.2 million to $1.3 million and 2018 cash flow of $100,000, with funding from the Parkland Acquisition East District Local Development Reserve Fund (XR2205), to undertake improvements in Knob Hill Park.

 

3. That City Council increase the 2018-2027 Capital Budget and Plan for Parks, Forestry and Recreation by $150,000, from $1.8 million to $1.95 million for the project cost and 2018 cash flow of the Play Equipment Program FY2018 sub-project in the Playgrounds/Water play project, with funding from the Parkland Acquisition West District Local Development Reserve Fund (XR2203), to undertake improvements in Earlscourt Park Playground.

 

Part 2 carried. Parts 1 and 3 lost.

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:40 PM

Result: Lost (tie) Majority Required - EX31.2 - Crawford - motion 16, Part 1
Total members that voted Yes: 21 Members that voted Yes are Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Christin Carmichael Greb, Gary Crawford, Vincent Crisanti, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, John Filion, Mary Fragedakis, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Giorgio Mammoliti, Joe Mihevc, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, John Tory
Total members that voted No: 21 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Joe Cressy, Janet Davis, Sarah Doucette, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Jim Hart, Stephen Holyday, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Gord Perks, Jaye Robinson, David Shiner, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:41 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - EX31.2 - Crawford - motion 16, Part 2
Total members that voted Yes: 25 Members that voted Yes are Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Vincent Crisanti, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Mary Fragedakis, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Giorgio Mammoliti, Joe Mihevc, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, John Tory
Total members that voted No: 17 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Shelley Carroll, Joe Cressy, Janet Davis, Sarah Doucette, Michael Ford, Jim Hart, Stephen Holyday, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Gord Perks, Jaye Robinson, David Shiner, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Vote (Amend Item) Feb-12-2018 9:43 PM

Result: Lost Majority Required - EX31.2 - Crawford - motion 16, Part 3
Total members that voted Yes: 20 Members that voted Yes are Ana Bail„o, Christin Carmichael Greb, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, John Filion, Mary Fragedakis, Michelle Holland, Jim Karygiannis, Giorgio Mammoliti, Joe Mihevc, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Anthony Perruzza, Neethan Shan, Michael Thompson, John Tory
Total members that voted No: 22 Members that voted No are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Janet Davis, Sarah Doucette, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Jim Hart, Stephen Holyday, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Gord Perks, Jaye Robinson, David Shiner, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Motion to Adopt Item as Amended (Carried)

Item as amended as it pertains to the expansion and provision of telephone, wireless, internet and television services, contained in the Information and Technology, Toronto Police, TTC and TCHC budgets.

Vote (Adopt Item as Amended) Feb-12-2018 10:04 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - Item as amended pertaining to expansion and provision of telephone, wireless, internet and television services, contained in the Information and Technology, Toronto Police, TTC and TCHC budgets
Total members that voted Yes: 39 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 2 Members that voted No are Giorgio Mammoliti, Josh Matlow
Total members that were Absent: 4 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly, John Tory

Motion to Adopt Item as Amended (Carried)

Item as amended as it pertains to the provision of news summary services provided by Canada Newswire.

Vote (Adopt Item as Amended) Feb-12-2018 10:06 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - Item as amended as it pertains to the provision of news summary services provided by Canada Newswire
Total members that voted Yes: 40 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 1 Members that voted No are Giorgio Mammoliti
Total members that were Absent: 4 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly, John Tory

Motion to Adopt Item as Amended (Carried)

Item as amended as it pertains to the Toronto Public Library.

Vote (Adopt Item as Amended) Feb-12-2018 10:06 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - Item as amended as it pertains to the Toronto Public Library
Total members that voted Yes: 40 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Maria Augimeri, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Shelley Carroll, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, Sarah Doucette, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Jim Karygiannis, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Josh Matlow, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, Gord Perks, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 1 Members that voted No are Giorgio Mammoliti
Total members that were Absent: 4 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly, James Pasternak

Motion to Adopt Item as Amended (Carried)

Adopt the balance of the item as amended.

Vote (Adopt Item as Amended) Feb-12-2018 10:07 PM

Result: Carried Majority Required - Adopt the balance of the item as amended
Total members that voted Yes: 35 Members that voted Yes are Paul Ainslie, Ana Bail„o, Jon Burnside, John Campbell, Christin Carmichael Greb, Josh Colle, Gary Crawford, Joe Cressy, Vincent Crisanti, Janet Davis, Glenn De Baeremaeker, Frank Di Giorgio, John Filion, Paula Fletcher, Michael Ford, Mary Fragedakis, Jim Hart, Michelle Holland, Stephen Holyday, Mike Layton, Chin Lee, Mary-Margaret McMahon, Joe Mihevc, Denzil Minnan-Wong, Frances Nunziata (Chair), Cesar Palacio, James Pasternak, Anthony Perruzza, Jaye Robinson, Neethan Shan, David Shiner, Michael Thompson, John Tory, Lucy Troisi, Kristyn Wong-Tam
Total members that voted No: 7 Members that voted No are Maria Augimeri, Shelley Carroll, Sarah Doucette, Jim Karygiannis, Giorgio Mammoliti, Josh Matlow, Gord Perks
Total members that were Absent: 3 Members that were absent are Justin J. Di Ciano, Mark Grimes, Norman Kelly

Point of Privilege by Councillor Paula Fletcher

Councillor Fletcher, rising on a Point of Privilege, stated that she had not received a copy of the City Manager's presentation.

Ruling by Speaker Frances Nunziata
Speaker Nunziata accepted the Point of Privilege and ruled that the City Manager would hold the presentation until all Member's had received their copy.


Point of Order by Deputy Mayor Denzil Minnan-Wong

Deputy Mayor Minnan-Wong, rising on a Point or Order, stated that he wished to know whether Members require an offset if they wish to place a motion to reduce the budget.

Ruling by Speaker Frances Nunziata
Speaker Nunziata accepted the Point of Order and ruled that Members should work with staff on their motions to direct any revenues from reducing the budget to another source.


Point of Order by Deputy Mayor Denzil Minnan-Wong

Deputy Mayor Minnan-Wong, rising on a Point or Order, stated that he wished to understand whether revenue from reducing the budget could be sent back to taxpayers.

Ruling by Speaker Frances Nunziata
Speaker Nunziata accepted the Point of Order and ruled that revenue from reducing the budget could not be used to lower taxes as Council had already set the tax rate under Item EX31.1.


Point of Order by Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti

Councillor Mammoliti, rising on a Point or Order, stated that he wished to understand whether the Speaker had ruled that Members could not place motions to reduce the budget.

Ruling by Speaker Frances Nunziata
Speaker Nunziata accepted the Point of Order and ruled that now that the tax rate had been set under Item EX31.1, any motions that reduce the budget would need to indicate how that revenue would be reallocated.


Point of Privilege by Councillor Joe Cressy

Councillor Cressy, rising on a Point of Privilege, stated that that Councillor Mammoliti should retract his comment about staff.

Ruling by Speaker Frances Nunziata
Speaker Nunziata accepted the Point of Privilege and asked Councillor Mammoliti to apologize to staff. Councillor Mammoliti apologized for his comment.


Point of Order by Councillor Jon Burnside

Councillor Burnside, rising on a Point of Order stated that he wished to know whether Councillor Pasternak's motion 4c requires a budget offset.

Ruling by Speaker Frances Nunziata
Speaker Nunziata accepted the Point of Order and asked the City Clerk to respond. The City Clerk advised Council that Councillor Pasternak's motion 4c has no impact on the 2018 budget.


Point of Order by Councillor Gord Perks

Councillor Perks, rising on a Point of Order, stated that he wished to receive advice from City Legal and City Planning staff prior to asking Councillor Crawford questions about Part 3 of his motion 16.

Ruling by Speaker Frances Nunziata
Speaker Nunziata accepted the Point of Order and ruled that Councillor Perks should speak with staff while other Members asked questions of clarification about Councillor Crawford's motion 16.


Point of Order by Councillor Gord Perks

Councillor Perks, rising on a Point of Order, stated that he wished to understand whether Councillor Mammoliti's motion 2a, Part 2e is contrary to City Council's instructions to City Legal within the past year to defend the Ward Boundary Review.

Ruling by Speaker Frances Nunziata
Speaker Nunziata accepted the Point of Order and ruled that motion 2a, Part 2e was not contrary to City Council's instructions to City Legal on the Ward Boundary Review.


Point of Privilege by Councillor Jim Karygiannis

Councillor Karygiannis, rising on a Point of Privilege stated that he wished Council to reconsider the vote on Councillor Pasternak's motion 4c as he has a Constituency office and should have voted yes.

Ruling by Speaker Frances Nunziata
Speaker Nunziata accepted the Point of Privilege and ruled that she would consult with the City Clerk on the outcome of the vote on motion 4c by Councillor Pasternak.


Point of Order by Councillor David Shiner

Councillor Shiner, rising on a Point of Order, stated that normally Council reconsiders a vote when a Member has voted in error, however Councillor Karygiannis had changed his position on motion 4c by Councillor Pasternak.

Ruling by Speaker Frances Nunziata
Speaker Nunziata accepted the Point of Order and thanked Councillor Shiner for his comments.


Point of Privilege by Councillor Jim Karygiannis

Councillor Karygiannis, rising on a Point of Privilege, stated that he voted in error.

Ruling by Speaker Frances Nunziata
Speaker Nunziata accepted the Point of Privilege and advised Council that she would consult with the City Clerk before making a ruling. Speaker Nunziata subsequently ruled that Council would take a recorded vote on reconsidering the vote on motion 4c by Councillor Pasternak.


Point of Order by Councillor Gord Perks

Councillor Perks, rising on a Point of Order stated that he wished to understand why in 2010, Members were not permitted to vote on reconsidering the vote on the University Avenue Bike Lane, as the City Clerk advised Council that reconsidering the vote on that item would change the outcome.

Ruling by Speaker Gord Perks
Speaker Nunziata accepted the Point of Order and ruled that since motion 4c by Councillor Pasternak had not lost on a tie, one Member changing their vote would not change the outcome.

Rulings (City Council)

Ruling by Speaker Frances Nunziata
Members, before we proceed to the debate on item EX31.2, I'd like to remind you that we have adopted the tax rates and the revenues they will generate under item EX31.1.

That means that motions that affect the tax rates and the amounts to be levied will not be in order during this debate.

Any motion that proposes an amendment to the levels of expenditure must also provide an offsetting amount.

I would also like to address a matter that arose during last year's budget debate and give some guidance to Members.

Under Council's procedures, if a matter contains distinct propositions, a member can ask that Council take a separate vote. If the Chair agrees that the matter can stand alone, a separate vote can be taken.

You will recall that during the voting on the 2017 budget, a request was made to conduct a separate vote on the Transportation Services Budget as it pertained to street sweeping reductions.

The vote on that motion lost. As the balanced budget before Council included the street sweeping reductions, that lost vote resulted in an unbalanced budget, which is not permitted by law. While Council's solution was to waive its rules to permit a Member to place a late motion to identify an offsetting source of funds to balance the budget, I wish to avoid a similar circumstance in this year's budget.

With the exception of those portions of the budget where Members have declared interests, I will not entertain a request to vote separately on a portion of the budget if a lost vote would result in an unbalanced budget, as this means the proposition does not stand alone.

If a Member wishes to delete or change something in the Budget, they should place a motion to amend the Budget and identify an offsetting source of funds, where necessary.

I will ask the City Clerk to distribute my ruling so that all Members will have a copy.

Declared Interests (City Council)

The following member(s) declared an interest:

Councillor James Pasternak - as it pertains to the Toronto Public Library, as his wife, although on leave, is technically still an employee of the Toronto Public Library.
Mayor John Tory - as it pertains specifically to funds allocated to expansion and provision of telephone, wireless, internet and television services contained in the Information and Technology Operating Budget, the Toronto Polices Services Budget, the Toronto Transit Commission and the Toronto Community Housing Corporation Budget and as it pertains to funds allocated for the provision of news summary services provided by Canada Newswire, because of his involvement in the Rogers family of companies.

2a - Auditor Generalís Office - 2018 Operating Budget

Background Information (Committee)
(October 27, 2017) Letter from the Audit Committee on Auditor Generalís Office - 2018 Operating Budget
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111954.pdf
(October 13, 2017) Report from the Auditor General - Auditor Generalís Office - 2018 Operating Budget
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112280.pdf
Attachment 1 - Auditor Generalís Office - 2018 Operating Budget
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112281.pdf
(October 27, 2017) Presentation material submitted by the Auditor General
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112282.pdf
2018 Operating Budget - Accountability Officers
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112283.pdf

2b - Office of the Integrity Commissioner - 2018 Operating Budget

Background Information (Committee)
(November 27, 2017) Report from the Integrity Commissioner on Office of the Integrity Commissioner - 2018 Operating Budget
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111859.pdf
Attachment 1 - 2018 Operating Budget - Accountability Officers
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111860.pdf

2c - Office of Lobbyist Registrar - 2018-2027 Capital Budget and Plan

Background Information (Committee)
(November 28, 2017) Report from the Lobbyist Registrar on Office of Lobbyist Registrar - 2018-2027 Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111862.pdf
Attachment 1 - 2018-2027 Capital Plan - Accountability Officers Budget Request Overview
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111861.pdf

2d - Office of the Lobbyist Registrar - 2018 Operating Budget Request

Background Information (Committee)
(November 28, 2017) Report from the Lobbyist Registrar on Office of the Lobbyist Registrar - 2018 Operating Budget Request
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111863.pdf
Attachment 1 - 2018 Operating Budget - Accountability Officers Budget Request Overview
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111864.pdf

2e - Office of Ombudsman Toronto - 2018-2027 Capital Plan

Background Information (Committee)
(November 28, 2017) Report from the Ombudsman on Ombudsman Toronto - 2018-2027 Capital Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111865.pdf
Attachment 1 - Accountability Officers: 2018-2027 Capital Budget and Plan - Budget Overview
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111866.pdf

2f - Ombudsman Toronto - 2018 Operating Budget

Background Information (Committee)
(November 28, 2017) Report from the Ombudsman on Ombudsman Toronto - 2018 Operating Budget
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111868.pdf
Attachment 1 - Accountability Officers - 2018 Operating Budget Overview
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111867.pdf

2g - 2018 Implementation Costs for Various Approved Service Plans

Background Information (Committee)
(June 5, 2017) Letter from City Council on 2018 Budget Process - Budget Directions and Schedule
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111869.pdf
(May 23, 2017) Report and Appendix 1 from the Deputy City Manager and Chief Financial Officer on 2018 Implementation Costs for Various Approved Service Plans
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111870.pdf

2h - 2018 Toronto Police Services and Toronto Police Services Board Budget Estimates

Background Information (Committee)
(November 6, 2017) Report and Attachments from the Chair, Toronto Police Services Board on 2018 Toronto Police Services and Toronto Police Services Board Budget Estimates
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111871.pdf

2i - Toronto Public Health 2018 - 2027 Capital Budget and Plan Request

Background Information (Committee)
(September 25, 2017) Letter from the Board of Health on Toronto Public Health 2018 - 2027 Capital Budget and Plan Request
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111875.pdf
(September 20, 2017) Letter from the Board of Health Budget Committee on Toronto Public Health 2018 - 2027 Capital Budget and Plan Request
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111872.pdf
(September 6, 2017) Report from the Medical Officer of Health on Toronto Public Health 2018 - 2027 Capital Budget and Plan Request
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111873.pdf
Attachment 1 - Toronto Public Health Capital Budget and Plan Request
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111874.pdf

2j - Toronto Public Health 2018 Operating Budget Request

Confidential Attachment - Personal matters about identifiable individuals, including municipal or local board employees, and labour relations and employee negotiations.
Background Information (Committee)
(September 25, 2017) Letter from the Board of Health on Toronto Public Health 2018 Operating Budget Request
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111896.pdf
(September 6, 2017) Report from the Medical Officer of Health on Toronto Public Health 2018 Operating Budget Request
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111897.pdf
Attachment 1 - Toronto Public Health 2018 Operating Budget Submission
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111898.pdf
Attachment 2 - Summary of Reduction Options
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111899.pdf
Confidential Attachment - Summary of Confidential Reduction Options
(September 25, 2017) Presentation from the Medical Officer of Health on Toronto Public Health 2018 Operating Budget Request and 2018-2027 Capital Budget and Plan Request
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111901.pdf

2k - Student Nutrition Program - 2018 Operating Budget Request and Program Update

Confidential Attachment - The receiving of advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege
Background Information (Committee)
(September 25, 2017) Letter from the Board of Health on Student Nutrition Program - 2018 Operating Budget Request and Program Update
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111904.pdf
(September 11, 2017) Report from the Medical Officer of Health on Student Nutrition Program: 2018 Operating Budget Request and Program Update
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111903.pdf
Appendix 1 - Toronto Student Nutrition Programs - Summary of Municipal and Provincial Funding 1998-2017
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111902.pdf
(September 11, 2017) Report from the City Solicitor on Legal Opinion from the City Solicitor - Student Nutrition Program
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111906.pdf
(September 11, 2017) Confidential Attachment 1 to report from the City Solicitor - Legal Opinion from the City Solicitor on Student Nutrition Program

2l - Requests for Increased Funding and Focused Funding for Priority Populations - Toronto Urban Health Fund

Background Information (Committee)
(June 12, 2017) Letter from the Board of Health on Requests for Increased Funding and Focused Funding for Priority Populations - Toronto Urban Health Fund
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111907.pdf

2m - Tree Protection Enforcement

Background Information (Committee)
(October 18, 2017) Letter from City Council on Tree Protection Enforcement
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111908.pdf
(September 5, 2017) Letter from the Budget Committee on Tree Protection Enforcement
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111910.pdf
(August 25, 2017) Report from the General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation on Tree Protection Enforcement
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111909.pdf

2n - Massey Hall Revitalization

Background Information (Committee)
(April 5, 2017) Letter from City Council on Massey Hall Revitalization
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111911.pdf
(March 21, 2017) Notice of Motion from Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam and Councillor Mike Layton on Massey Hall Revitalization
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111912.pdf

2o - Vision Zero Road Safety Plan (2017-2021) Update

Background Information (Committee)
(November 29, 2017) Letter from the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee on Vision Zero Road Safety Plan (2017-2021) Update
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111913.pdf
(November 24, 2017) Report from the General Manager, Transportation Services on Vision Zero Road Safety Plan (2017-2021) Update
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111914.pdf
(September 27, 2017) Decision Letter from the City School Boards Advisory Committee on Vision Zero Road Safety Plan: Safe School Zones Program
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111915.pdf
(September 27, 2017) Presentation from the Manager, Traffic Safety Unit and the Green Projects Team Leader, Sustainability Office, Toronto District School Board on Vision Zero Road Safety Plan: Safe School Zones Program
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111916.pdf

2p - Multi-Use Trail Centennial College Progress Campus and Military Trail Road

Background Information (Committee)
(November 29, 2017) Letter from the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee on Multi-Use Trail Centennial College Progress Campus and Military Trail Road
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111917.pdf
(November 7, 2017) Letter from Councillor Paul Ainslie and Councillor Glenn De Baeremaeker on Multi-Use Trail Centennial College Progress Campus and Military Trail Road
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111918.pdf

2q - Toronto Realty Agency 2018 Operating Budget Request

Background Information (Committee)
(November 27, 2017) Letter from the Toronto Realty Agency on Toronto Realty Agency 2018 Operating Budget Request
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111919.pdf
(November 13, 2017) Report from the Deputy City Manager, Internal Corporate Services on Toronto Realty Agency 2018 Operating Budget Request
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111920.pdf
(November 27, 2017) Presentation from the Deputy City Manager, Internal Corporate Services on the Toronto Realty Agency 2018 Budget Presentation
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111921.pdf

2r - Update and Next Steps on the Potential Relocation of the Etobicoke Civic Centre

Background Information (Committee)
(November 20, 2017) Letter from City Council on Update and Next Steps on the Potential Relocation of the Etobicoke Civic Centre
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111922.pdf
(October 16, 2017) Report from the Deputy City Manager, Internal Corporate Services and the Acting Chief Planner and Executive Director, City Planning on Update and Next Steps on the Potential Relocation of the Etobicoke Civic Centre
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111924.pdf
Attachments 1-3
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111923.pdf

2s - 2018-2027 Toronto Transit Commission Capital Budget and Plan

Background Information (Committee)
(November 29, 2017) Letter from the Head of Commission Services, Toronto Transit Commission on 2018-2027 Toronto Transit Commission Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111925.pdf
(November 28, 2017) Attachment - 2018-2027 Toronto Transit Commission Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111926.pdf

2t - 2018 Toronto Transit Commission and Wheel-Trans Operating Budgets

Background Information (Committee)
(November 29, 2017) Letter from the Toronto Transit Commission Board on 2018 Toronto Transit Commission and Wheel-Trans Operating Budgets
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111927.pdf
(November 28, 2017) Attachment - 2018 Toronto Transit Commission and Wheel-Trans Operating Budgets
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111928.pdf

2u - Introducing a Two-Hour Transfer Policy

Background Information (Committee)
(November 29, 2017) Letter from the Toronto Transit Commission Board on Introducing a Two-Hour Transfer Policy
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111929.pdf
(November 28, 2017) Attachment - Report from the Chief Executive Officer, Toronto Transit Commission on Introducing a Two-Hour Transfer Policy
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111930.pdf

2v - Fire Prevention in High-Rise Buildings

Background Information (Committee)
(November 28, 2017) Letter from the Executive Committee on Fire Prevention in High-Rise Buildings
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111931.pdf
(October 13, 2017) Letter from the Tenant Issues Committee on Fire Prevention in High-Rise Buildings
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111932.pdf
(October 13, 2017) Presentation from the Fire Chief and General Manager, Fire Services on Fire Prevention in High-Rise Buildings
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111933.pdf

2w - Port Lands Flood Protection

Background Information (Committee)
(December 5, 2017) Report and Attachment 1 from the Deputy City Manager Cluster B and the Acting Chief Financial Officer on Port Lands Flood Protection
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111934.pdf

2x - 2017 Participatory Budgeting Pilot Results and Funding Allocations

Background Information (Committee)
(January 3, 2018) Report from the City Manager on 2017 Participatory Budgeting Pilot Results and Funding Allocations
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111935.pdf

2y - Community Recreation 2018-2020 Growth Plan and Waitlist Management

Background Information (Committee)
(December 18, 2017) Letter from City Council on Community Recreation 2018-2020 Growth Plan and Waitlist Management - Community Development and Recreation Committee Item CD24.3
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111937.pdf
Attachment - Committee Report - Community Recreation 2018-2020 Growth Plan and Waitlist Management - Item CD24.3
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111936.pdf

2z - The Toronto Action Plan to Confront Anti-Black Racism

Background Information (Committee)
(December 18, 2017) Letter from City Council on The Toronto Action Plan to Confront Anti-Black Racism - Executive Committee Item EX29.11
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111938.pdf
Attachment - Committee Report - The Toronto Action Plan to Confront Anti-Black Racism - Item EX29.11
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111939.pdf

2aa - New Supports and Housing for Survivors of Human Trafficking

Background Information (Committee)
(December 18, 2017) Letter from City Council on New Supports and Housing for Survivors of Human Trafficking - Executive Committee Item EX29.15
Attachment - Committee Report - New Supports and Housing for Survivors of Human Trafficking - Item EX29.15
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111941.pdf

2ab - Establishment of an Indigenous Affairs Office at the City of Toronto

Background Information (Committee)
(December 18, 2017) Letter from City Council on Establishment of an Indigenous Affairs Office at the City of Toronto - Executive Committee Item EX29.36
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111942.pdf
Attachment - Committee Report - Establishment of an Indigenous Affairs Office at the City of Toronto - Item EX29.36
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111943.pdf

2ac - Executive Management Indigenous Cultural Competency Training

Background Information (Committee)
(December 18, 2017) Letter from City Council on Executive Management Indigenous Cultural Competency Training - Executive Committee Item EX29.37
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111944.pdf
Attachment - Committee Report - Executive Management Indigenous Cultural Competency Training - Item EX29.37
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111945.pdf

2ad - Utility Locate Services for Business Improvement Areas as Required by the Ontario Underground Infrastructure Notification Act (ON1Call)

Background Information (Committee)
(December 18, 2017) Letter from the City Council on Utility Locate Services for Business Improvement Areas as Required by the Ontario Underground Infrastructure Notification Act (ON1Call) - Public Works and Infrastructure Committee Item 24.3
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111946.pdf
Attachment - Committee Report - Utility Locate Services for Business Improvement Areas as Required by the Ontario Underground Infrastructure Notification Act (ON1Call) - Item PW24.3
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111947.pdf

2ae - Ontario Climate Action Plan - Social Housing Apartment Improvement Program (SHAIP)

Background Information (Committee)
(January 11, 2018) Report from the General Manager, Shelter, Support and Housing Administration on Ontario Climate Action Plan - Social Housing Apartment Improvement Program (SHAIP)
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111948.pdf

2af - 28 Bathurst Street - Reimbursing Build Toronto for Development Costs

Background Information (Committee)
(January 18, 2018) Revised Report and Attachment 1 from the Interim Chief Financial Officer and the General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation on 28 Bathurst Street - Reimbursing Build Toronto for Development Costs
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111949.pdf
(January 12, 2018) Report and Attachment 1 from the Interim Chief Financial Officer and the General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation on 28 Bathurst Street - Reimbursing Build Toronto for Development Costs
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111950.pdf

2ag - Union Station Revitalization Project (USRP) - Amendment to the Project Budget and Capital Plan

Background Information (Committee)
(January 17, 2018) Report from the Deputy City Manager, Internal Corporate Services on Union Station Revitalization Project (USRP) - Amendment to the Project Budget and Capital Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111951.pdf

2ah - Redevelopment of St. Lawrence Market North - Amendment to Project Capital Budget

Background Information (Committee)
(January 17, 2018) Report from the Deputy City Manager, Internal Corporate Services on Redevelopment of St. Lawrence Market North - Amendment to Project Capital Budget
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-111952.pdf

2ai - Children's Services Amendment to the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget to Reflect Increase in Provincial Contributions

Background Information (Committee)
(February 1, 2018) Report from the General Manager, Children's Services on Children's Services Amendment to the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget to Reflect Increase in Provincial Contributions
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112410.pdf

2aj - Social Procurement Program - Additional Resources and Achievements for 2018

Background Information (Committee)
(January 31, 2018) Report from the Treasurer and the Executive Director, Social Development, Finance and Administration on Social Procurement Program - Additional Resources and Achievements for 2018
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112414.pdf

2ak - Prioritization of Outstanding Heritage Conservation District Studies and Interim Protective Measures

Background Information (Committee)
(February 5, 2018) Letter from City Council on Prioritization of Outstanding Heritage Conservation District Studies and Interim Protective Measures
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112559.pdf
(November 30, 2017) Report and Attachments 1 and 2 from the Acting Chief Planner and Executive Director, City Planning Division on Prioritization of Outstanding Heritage Conservation District Studies and Interim Protective Measures
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112565.pdf

2al - Intergovernmental Funding in the 2018-2027 Recommended Capital Budget and Plan

Background Information (Committee)
(February 5, 2018) Report and Attachments 1 to 3 from the City Manager and the Acting Chief Financial Officer on Intergovernmental Funding in the 2018-2027 Recommended Capital Budget and Plan
https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2018/ex/bgrd/backgroundfile-112560.pdf

EX31.2 - 2018 Capital and Operating Budgets

Decision Type:
ACTION
Status:
Amended
Wards:
All

Public Notice Given

Confidential Attachment - Personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board employees; the receiving of advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege; and labour relations or employee negotiations

Committee Recommendations

The Executive Committee recommends that:

 

2018 Capital Budget

 

1.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Tax Supported Programs and Agencies of $3.837 billion (including 2017 carry forward funding of $0.843 billion); 2018 cash flow funding of $2.268 billion (including 2-year carry forward funding of $0.072 million) and  future year commitments of $5.456 billion for previously approved projects; total project cost authority for new and change in scope projects of $2.755 billion requiring 2018 cash flow of $0.726 million and future year commitments of $2.029 billion; and, 2019-2027 planned capital estimates of $15.487 billion as detailed in Appendices 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4 and 3.1.7.

 

2.  City Council approve funding sources for the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Tax Supported Capital Budget as outlined in Appendix 3.1.5.

 

CITIZEN CENTRED SERVICES "A"

 

Children's Services

 

3.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Children's Services with a total project cost of $21.872 million, and 2018 cash flow of $36.036 million and future year commitments of $28.911 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  10 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $21.872 million that requires cash flow of $6.425 million in 2018; $5.422 million in 2019; $5.966 million in 2020; $2.646 million in 2021; and $1.413 million for 2022.

 

ii.  15 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $5.266 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $8.114 million for 2019; $2.460 million for 2020; $1.930 million for 2021; $0.960 million for 2022.

 

iii.  11 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2016 and prior years requiring 2018 cash flow of $6.876 million that requires Council to reaffirm its commitment; and

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 14 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $17.469 million.

 

4.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Children's Services totalling $20.138 million in project estimates, composed of $1.285 million in 2019; $1.726 million for 2020; $2.867 million for 2021; $2.587 million for 2022; $2.547 million for 2023; $3.037 million for 2024; $3.097 million for 2025; $1.496 million for 2026; and $1.496 million in 2027.

 

5.  City Council consider the operating savings of $0.015 million net in 2018; savings of $0.093 million net in 2019; savings of $0.211 million net in 2020; savings of $0.391 million net in 2021; savings of $0.157 million net in 2022; and operating costs of $0.471 million net from 2023-2027 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

6.  City Council direct that the Anishnawbe Child Care Centre, included in the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget and 2019-2027 Capital Plan be approved conditionally, subject to the approval of the new priority, City 20% Share of Provincial/Federal Growth Subsidy for $2.0 million included in the list of New/Enhanced Priorities for Budget Committee's review and consideration with the 2018 Budget process.

 

7.  City Council request that all sub-projects with third party financing be approved conditionally, subject to the receipt of such financing in 2018 and if such funding is not forthcoming, their priority and funding be reassessed by City Council relative to other City-financed priorities and needs.

 

Economic Development and Culture

 

8.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Economic Development and Culture with a total project cost of $23.071 million, and 2018 cash flow of $25.963 million and future year commitments of $9.512 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  36 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $23.071 million that requires cash flow of $14.559 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $8.512 million for 2019.

 

ii.  10 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $3.602 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $1.000 million for 2019.

 

iii.  1 previously approved sub-project with carry forward funding from 2016 and prior years requiring 2018 cash flow of $0.514 million that requires Council to reaffirm its commitment.

 

b. 2017 approved cash flow for 23 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $7.288 million.

 

9.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Economic Development and Culture totalling $169.781 million in project estimates, composed of $10.907 million for 2019; $20.938 million for 2020; $20.016 million for 2021; $20.399 million for 2022; $20.875 million for 2023; $16.122 million for 2024; $17.881 million for 2025; $21.789 million for 2026; and $20.854 million in 2027.

 

10.  City Council consider all operating costs of $0.005 million net in 2018 arising from approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget.

 

11.  City Council direct the General Manager of Economic Development and Culture, President and Chief Executive Officer of Civic Theatres Toronto, General Manager of Facilities Management, and Executive Director of Financial Planning to report back on a plan to consolidate capital budgets for the three Civic Theatres into a single portfolio.

 

12.  City Council direct that all sub-projects with third party financing be approved conditionally, subject to the receipt of such financing in 2018 and if such funding is not forthcoming, their priority and funding be reassessed by City Council relative to other City-financed priorities and needs.

 

Long Term Care Homes and Services

 

13.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Long-Term Care Homes and Services with a total project cost of $8.690 million, and 2018 cash flow of $11.168 million and future year commitments of $3.438 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  4 new sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $8.690 million that requires cash flow of $5.890 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $2.800 million for 2019.

 

ii.  3 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $2.800 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $0.638 million for 2019.

 

b. 2017 approved cash flow for 5 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $2.478 million.

 

14.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Long-Term Care Homes and Services totalling $73.874 million in project estimates, composed of $9.328 million for 2019; $7.977 million for 2020; $7.977 million for 2021; $8.150 million for 2022; $8.150 million for 2023; $8.073 billion for 2024; $8.073 million for 2025; $8.073 million for 2026; and $8.073 million in 2027.

 

Parks, Forestry and Recreation

 

15.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Parks, Forestry and Recreation with a total project cost of $174.652 million, and 2018 cash flow of $202.523 million and future year commitments of $329.161 million composed of the following:

 

a. New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i. 103 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $174.652 million that requires cash flow of $54.606 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $69.233 million for 2019; $39.869 million for 2020; $9.550 million for 2021; $1.194 million for 2022; and $0.200 million for 2023.

 

ii. 183 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $61.408 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $113.572 million for 2019; $64.194 million for 2020; $10.587 million for 2021; $1.234 million for 2022; and $0.122 million.

 

iii.  102 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2016 and prior years requiring 2018 cash flow of $21.376 million; $13.222 million for 2019; $4.443 million for 2020; and $1.741 million for 2021 that requires Council to reaffirm its commitment; and

 

b. 2017 approved cash flow for 108 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $65.133 million.

 

16.  City Council approve the 2019 – 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Parks, Forestry and Recreation totalling $844.623 million in project estimates, composed of $20.199 million for 2019; $90.134 million for 2020; $148.325 million for 2021; $132.870 million for 2022; $86.485 million for 2023; $111.735 million for 2024; $82.470 million for 2025; and $88.950 million in 2026; and 83.455 million in 2027.

 

17.  City Council consider the operating costs of $0.250 million net in 2018 and 4 new positions resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

18.  City Council approve 50 new temporary capital positions for the delivery of 2018 capital projects and that the duration for each temporary position not exceed the life and funding of its respective projects / sub-projects.

 

19.  City Council authorize the Interim Chief Financial Officer to adjust the following 2018 Preliminary Capital Budgets to fund the 14 Participatory Budgeting Pilot projects detailed below:

 

a. The Parks, Forestry and Recreation 2018 Preliminary Capital Budget be increased by $690,000 gross, $0 debt for:

 

The following Ward 33 projects to be funded from Account XR2207 Parkland Acquisition - North District Local Development Reserve Fund at a cost of $220,000 gross, $0 debt:

 

- Exercise Park in Parkway Forest Park - $75,000 gross, $0 debt;

- Seniors Exercise Park in Godstone Park - $50,000 gross, $0 debt;

- Pleasantview Park Improvements - $20,000 gross, $0 debt; and

- Shawnee Park Recreation Improvements - $75,000 gross, $0 debt.

 

The following Ward 35 projects to be funded from Account XR2205 Parkland Acquisition - East District Local Development Reserve Fund at a cost of $225,000 gross, $0 debt:

 

- Upgrade Lighting in Madelaine Park - $45,000 gross, $0 debt;

- New Junior Playground in Madelaine Park - $100,000 gross, $0 debt;

- Water Bottle-Filling Station in Oakridge Park - $20,000 gross, $0 debt;

- Improve Pathway at Madelaine Park - $50,000 gross, $0 debt; and

- Water Bottle-Filling Station in Prairie Drive Park - $10,000 gross, $0 debt.

 

The following Ward 12 projects to be funded from Account XR2203 Parkland Acquisition - West District Local Development Reserve Fund at a cost of $245,000 gross, $0 debt:

 

- Exercise Park in Maple Leaf Park - $75,000 gross, $0 debt;

- Lights Around Maple Leaf Park Reservoir - $50,000 gross, $0 debt;

- Walking Path Around Maple Leaf Park Reservoir - $100,000 gross, $0 debt; and

- Chess Tables in Maple Leaf Park - $20,000 gross, $0 debt.

 

20.  All sub-projects with third party financing be approved conditionally, subject to the receipt of such financing in 2018 and if such funding is not forthcoming, their priority and funding be reassessed by City Council relative to other City-financed priorities and needs.

 

21.  City Council authorize the General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation to take the necessary steps required to execute capital delivery agreements, satisfactory to the General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation and the City Solicitor, between the City of Toronto's Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division and the Toronto Waterfront Revitalization Corporation ("Waterfront Toronto") for Waterfront Toronto to facilitate the completion of projects that support the waterfront renewal.

 

22.  City Council direct that following condition assessments of existing capital infrastructure, the General Manager of Parks, Forestry and Recreation incorporate any required adjustments to the current accumulated state of good repair backlog for each of Parks, Forestry and Recreation's asset categories together with the 2019 Capital Budget submission.

 

23.  City Council direct the General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation, together with the Chief Information Officer to report back on the operating costs and associated benefits arising from the implementation of transformation Information Technology projects specifically the Permitting, Licensing and Registration System project; the Enterprise Work Management System (eWMS); and the Interface for CATS/TASS project in time for the 2019 Budget process.

 

Shelter, Support Housing and Administration

 

24.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Shelter Support and Housing Administration with a total project cost of $457.743 million, and 2018 cash flow of $311.205 million and future year commitments of $234.511 million composed of the following:

 

a. New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  3 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $457.743 million that requires cash flow of $259.917 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $125.186 million in 2019 and $72.640 million in 2020.

 

ii. 5 previously approved projects with a 2018 cash flow of $15.764 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $21.819 million for 2019; $3.146 million for 2020; $3.146 million for 2021; $3.146 million for 2022; $3.146 million for 2023 and $2.282 million for 2024.

 

iii.  1 previously approved sub-project with carry forward funding from 2016 requiring 2018 cash flow of $8.251 million that requires Council to reaffirm its commitment; and

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 5 previously approved projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $27.273 million.

 

25.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Shelter, Support and Housing Administration totalling $499.471 million in project estimates, composed of $8.129 million for 2019; $5.854 million for 2020; $5.854 million for 2021; $5.854 million for 2022; $466.180 million for 2023; $1.900 million for 2024; $1.900 million for 2025; $1.900 million in 2026 and $1.900 million in 2027.

 

26.  City Council consider the operating costs/(savings) of $1.869 million net in 2018; $16.445 million net in 2019; $25.248 million net in 2020 and ($1.260) million net in 2024 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

27.  City Council approve 12 new temporary positions for the delivery of 2018 capital projects and that the duration of these positions not exceed the life and funding of their respective projects/subprojects.

 

28.   City Council direct that following condition assessments of existing capital infrastructure, the General Manager of Shelter, Support and Housing Administration incorporate any required adjustments to the current accumulated state of good repair backlog for each of Shelter, Support and Housing Administration's asset categories in time for the 2019 Budget process.

 

29.  City Council in its capacity as Social Housing Service Manager under the Housing Services Act, 2011 (the HSA), direct the Chief Financial Officer to make a contribution, funded from City's debt, to Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC) based on incurred capital expenditures, of up to $160.000 million in 2018 and $40.000 million in 2019 to address its state of good repair backlog and $56.037 million in 2018 and $23.146 million in 2019 for existing redevelopment projects, on terms and conditions satisfactory to the Chief Financial Officer and in a form satisfactory to the City solicitor.

 

30.  City Council in its capacity as shareholder of TCHC, authorize the Chief Financial Officer to direct TCHC to adhere to the City's Quarterly Capital Variance reporting process and provide status updates on capital spending on City funded projects.

 

Toronto Employment and Social Services

 

31.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Toronto Employment and Social Services with a total project cost of $9.823 million, and 2018 cash flow of $7.651 million and future year commitments of $7.510 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for the Human Services Integration Implementation project with a 2018 total project cost of $9.823 million that requires cash flow of $2.313 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $3.623 million for 2019, $2.675 million for 2020, and $1.212 million for 2021.

 

b. 2017 approved cash flow for the previously approved Wellesley Place Renovation and Human Services Integration Phase 1 project with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $5.338 million.

 

32.  City Council approve 11 new temporary capital positions for the delivery of 2018 capital project and that the duration for each temporary position not exceed the life and funding of its respective projects/sub-projects.

 

33.  City Council consider the operating savings of $2.391 million net in 2022 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in future year operating budgets.

 

Toronto Paramedic Services

 

34.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Toronto Paramedic Services with a total project cost of $16.912 million, and 2018 cash flow of $5.332 million and future year commitments of $15.230 million composed of the following:

 

a. New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  5 new sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $16.912 million that requires cash flow of $2.082 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $0.680 million for 2019; $6.450 million for 2020; $6.968 million for 2021; and $0.732 million for 2022.

 

ii.  2 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $0.950 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $0.400 million for 2019.

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 8 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $2.300 million.

 

35.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Toronto Paramedic Services totalling $44.835 million in project estimates, composed of $1.810 million for 2019; $1.180 million for 2020; $0.630 million for 2021; $4.890 million for 2022; $5.090 million for 2023; $3.430 million for 2024; $7.620 million for 2025; $11.585 million in 2026; and $8.600 million in 2027.

 

36.  City Council consider the operating costs/(savings) of $0.035 million net in 2018; $0.004 million net in 2019; ($0.065) million net in 2020; ($0.014) million net in 2021; $0.600 million net in 2022; $0.178 million net in 2023; ($0.239) million net in 2024; $0.007 million net in 2025; ($0.004) million net in 2026; and $0.122 million net in 2027 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

37.  City Council approve 2 new temporary capital positions for the delivery of 2018 capital projects and that the duration for each temporary position not exceed the life and funding of its respective projects/sub-projects.

 

38.  City Council direct Toronto Paramedic Services and CreateTO to report back on options to optimize site locations for the 48 existing ambulance stations and service district centres to the Chief Financial Officer in time for the 2019 Budget process.

 

City Planning

 

39.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for City Planning with a total project cost of $7.010 million, and 2018 cash flow of $6.781 million and future year commitments of $2.628 million composed of the following:

 

a. New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  12 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $7.010 million that requires cash flow of $4.782 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $1.828 million for 2019; and $0.400 million for 2020.

 

ii.  5 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $1.999 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $0.400 million for 2019.

 

40.  City Council approve the 2019 – 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for City Planning totalling $53.505 million in project estimates, composed of $4.480 million for 2019; $6.134 million for 2020; $6.263 million for 2021; $5.818 million for 2022; $5.818 million for 2023; $6.266 million for 2024; $6.266 million for 2025; $6.230 million in 2026; and $6.230 million in 2027.

 

Fire Services

 

41.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Toronto Fire Services with a total project cost of $4.693 million, and 2018 cash flow of $15.731 million and future year commitments of $8.334 million composed of the following:

 

a. New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  Seven new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $4.693 million that requires cash flow of $2.615 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $1.390 million for 2019; and $0.688 million for 2020;

 

ii. Four previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $0.470 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $5.144 million for 2019;

 

iii.  Two previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2016 and prior years requiring 2018 cash flow of $3.053 million and 2019 cash flow of $1.112 that requires Council to reaffirm its commitment; and

 

b. 2017 approved cash flow for 10 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $9.593 million.

 

42.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Toronto Fire Services $35.240 million in project estimates, composed of $1.927 million for 2019; $2.128 million for 2020; $2.530 million for 2021; $0.431 million for 2022; $8.269 million for 2023; $9.302 million for 2024; $4.703 million for 2025; $3.800 million for 2026 and $2.150 million for 2027.

 

43.  City Council consider the operating costs of $0.355 million net in 2018; $4.426 million net in 2019; $0.591 million net in 2020; and $0.126 million net in 2021 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

44.  City Council request Toronto Fire Services, in collaboration with Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy and Toronto Real Estate Agency, provide to the Chief Financial Officer an update on the Fire Station Optimization and Real Estate Rationalization Plans with the Fire Services' 2019 Capital submission.

 

Transportation Services

 

45.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Transportation Services with a total project cost of $$1.556 billion, and 2018 cash flow of $522.056 million and future year commitments of $2.505 billion composed of the following:

 

a. New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  87 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $1.556 billion that requires cash flow of $53.972 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $227.126 million for 2019; $272.449 million for 2020; $265.965 million for 2021; $268.048 million for 2022; $305.597 million for 2023; $39.071 million for 2024; $40.265 million for 2025; $41.583 million for 2026; and $42.381 million for 2027.

 

ii.  70 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $318.073 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $274.460 million for 2019; $260.021 million for 2020; $230.486 million for 2021; $221.944 million for 2022; $13.040 million for 2023; $1.490 million for 2024; and $1.490 million for 2025.

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 64 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $150.011 million.

 

46.  City Council approve the 2019 – 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Transportation Services totalling $2.281 billion in project estimates, composed of $31.398 million for 2019; $14.406 million for 2020; $55.627 million for 2021; $67.434 million for 2022; $221.421 million for 2023; $1.225 billion for 2024; $217.621 million for 2025; $223.835 million in 2026; and $224.843 for 2027.

 

47.  City Council consider the operating costs of $0.340 million net in 2018 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

48.  City Council approve the transfer of $2.000 million in Public Transit Infrastructure Fund (PTIF) funding from Transportation Services' 2018 Capital Budget to the Toronto Parking Authority for the Bike Share program.

 

49.  City Council approve an increase of total project cost of $0.100 million, as reflected in the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Transportation Services, for the prioritization, planning and design of school safety zones in support of the Road Safety Plan with 2018 cash flow funding from a one-time grant from Bloomberg Philanthropies.

 

50. City Council authorize the Interim Chief Financial Officer to adjust the following 2018 Preliminary Capital Budgets to fund the 14 Participatory Budgeting Pilot projects detailed below:

 

a. The Transportation Services 2018 Preliminary Capital Budget be increased by $15,000 gross, $0 debt for the following project to be funded from Account XR1410 Public Realm Reserve Fund:

 

- Shawnee Park Accessibility Improvements - $15,000 gross, $0 debt. 

 

51.  All sub-projects with third party financing be approved conditionally, subject to the receipt of such financing in 2018 and if such funding is not forthcoming, their priority and funding be reassessed by City Council relative to other City-financed priorities and needs.

 

52.  City Council direct, that following condition assessments of existing capital infrastructure, the General Manager of Transportation Services incorporate any required adjustments to the current accumulated state of good repair backlog for each of Transportation Services' asset categories together within its 2019 Capital Budget submission.

 

53.  City Council direct that the General Manager of Transportation Services provide all operating costs resulting from the completion of capital projects included in the 10-Year Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan with the 2019 Capital Budget submission.

 

54.  City Council direct the General Manager, Transportation Services, to work with Parks, Forestry and Recreation and the Toronto Region Conservation Authority to assess the timing of the Brimley Road South path project as part of the 2018 Cycling Network Plan review and report back in time for the 2019 Budget process.

 

55.  City Council direct the General Manager, Transportation Services to report to the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee in early 2019 on the resources necessary to accelerate the 10 year cycling plan to be completed by the end of 2022.

 

Waterfront Revitalization

 

56.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Waterfront Revitalization Initiative with a total project cost of $417.314 million, and 2018 cash flow of $165.045 million and future year commitments of $321.756 million composed of the following:

 

a. New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i. 5 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $417.314 million that requires cash flow of $132.369 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $160.953 million for 2019; $110.890 million for 2020; $11.902 million for 2021; $0.600 million for 2022; and $0.600 million for 2023.

 

ii. 4 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $29.632 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $5.050 million for 2019; $4.050 million for 2020; $14.155 million for 2021; and $14.156 million for 2022.

 

b. 2017 approved cash flow for 2 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $3.044 million.

 

57.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Waterfront Revitalization Initiative totalling $39.195 million in project estimates, composed of; $13.455 million for 2019; $13.008 million for 2020; $6.414 million for 2021; $3.837 million for 2022; $0.976 million for 2023; and $1.505 million for 2024.

 

58.  City Council authorize the Deputy City Manager Cluster B, or his delegate, in consultation with the Interim Chief Financial Officer, to execute a Contribution Agreement with the Federal and Provincial governments and Waterfront Toronto for Port Lands Flood Protection, based substantially on the terms outlined in Attachment 1 to the report (December 5, 2017) from the Deputy City Manager Cluster B and the Interim Chief Financial Officer, upon such terms and conditions as may be acceptable to the Deputy City Manager, or such delegate, and the Interim Chief Financial Officer, in a form acceptable to the City Solicitor.

 

INTERNAL CORPORATE SERVICES

 

311 Toronto

 

59.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for 311 Toronto with a total project cost of $8.688 million, and 2018 cash flow of $6.391 million and future year commitments of $5.692 million composed of the following:

 

a. New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  5 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $8.688 million that requires cash flow of $2.996 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $2.938 million in 2019, $1.887 million for 2020; $0.210 million for 2021 and $0.657 million for 2022; and

 

ii.  1 previously approved sub-project with carry forward funding from 2016 and prior years requiring 2018 cash flow of $1.000 million that requires Council to reaffirm its commitment.

 

b. 2017 approved cash flow for 4 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $2.395 million.

 

60.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for 311 Toronto totalling $19.833 million in project estimates, composed of $3.065 million for 2019; $3.265 million for 2020; $4.534 million for 2021; $0.489 million for 2022; $1.696 million for 2023; $1.696 million for 2024; $1.696 million for 2025; $1.696 million in 2026 and $1.696 million in 2027.

 

61.  City Council consider the operating costs of $0.311 million net in 2018, $0.171 million net for 2019, and $0.012 million net for 2020 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy

 

62.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget and Plan for Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy with a total project cost of $173.692 million, and 2018 cash flow of $351.657 million and future year commitments of $207.059 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  59 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $173.692 million that requires cash flow of $70.362 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $73.671 million for 2019; $28.254 million for 2020; and $1.405 million for 2021.

 

ii.  81 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $149.749 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $55.832 million for 2019; $23.484 million for 2020; $10.913 million for 2021; $2.500 million for 2022; $2.700 million for 2023; $2.700 million for 2024; $2.200 million for 2025; $1.700 million for 2026; and $1.700 million in 2027.

 

iii.  3 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2016 and prior years requiring 2018 cash flow of $0.476 million that requires Council to reaffirm its commitment.

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 117 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $131.070 million.

 

63.  City Council approve the 2019 – 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for FREEE totalling $902.292 million in project estimates, composed of $40.382 million for 2019; $83.635 million for 2020; $103.731 million for 2021; $129.737 million for 2022; $142.133 million for 2023; $118.309 million for 2024; $95.495 million for 2025; $96.176 million in 2026; and $92.697 million in 2027.

 

64.  All sub-projects with third party financing be approved conditionally, subject to the receipt of such financing in 2018 and if such funding is not forthcoming, their priority and funding be reassessed by City Council relative to other City-financed priorities and needs.

 

65. City Council:

 

a. Approve an increase to the total project cost from $800.7 million to $823.5 million, requiring additional reserve funding and an increase to Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy (FREEE)'s 2018 – 2027 Preliminary Capital Budget and Plan for the Union Station Revitalization project in the amount of $22.8 million in 2018, funded through the Capital Financing Reserve Fund.

 

b.  Direct that any recoveries for increased costs from third parties will be returned to the Capital Financing Reserve Fund.

 

66. City Council approve an increase in the total project cost of $9.5 million, increasing the total project budget to $102.3 million, requiring additional debt funding and an increase to Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy (FREEE)'s 2018 ‑ 2027 Preliminary Capital Budget and Plan for the St. Lawrence Market North Redevelopment project in the amount of $9.5 million in 2020.

 

Fleet Services

 

67. City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Fleet Services with a total project cost of $70.802 million, and 2018 cash flow of $79.010 million and future year commitments of $74.694 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  28 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $70.802 million that require cash flow of $23.925 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $31.877 million for 2019 and $15.000 million for 2020;

 

ii.  24 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $50.481 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $27.817 million for 2019.

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 26 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $4.604 million.

 

68.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Fleet Services totalling $559.980 million in project estimates, composed of $12.013 million in 2019; $67.676 million for 2020; $67.066 million for 2021; $67.576 million for 2022; $69.327 million for 2023; $69.738 million for 2024; $68.551 million for 2025; $63.291 million for 2026; and $74.742 million in 2027.

 

69.  City Council adjust the 2018 Capital Budget for Fleet Service to agree with Programs' 2018 budgeted contributions to the vehicle reserves to reflect any changes to the contributions that may occur during the 2018 Operating Budget process, and the funding availability of the programs' vehicle reserve account.

 

70.   City Council direct the Fleet Services and Financial Planning to continue their work in 2018, for the 2019 Budget process, on the 3-point action plan which was approved in the 2015 Budget process, to address the State of Good Repair (SOGR) backlog for key City Divisions including Parks, Forestry and Recreation, Transportation and Toronto Water, through the review of the current inventory, replacement lifecycles, adequacy of vehicle replacement reserves and necessary contributions aligned with the annual cash flow funding and delivery plans. 

 

Information and Technology

 

71.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Information and Technology with a total project cost of $78.310 million, and 2018 cash flow of $62.262 million and future year commitments of $59.896 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  40 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $78.310 million that requires cash flow of $32.756 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $23.836 million for 2019; $14.366 million for 2020; $4.384 million for 2021; $2.062 million for 2022; $0.340 million for 2023; $0.340 million for 2024; and $0.226 million for 2025.

 

ii.  26 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $22.003 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $10.522 million for 2019; $2.141 million for 2020; and $1.679 million for 2021.

 

iii.  8 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2016 and prior years requiring 2018 cash flow of $3.759 million that requires Council to reaffirm its commitment; and

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 10 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $3.744 million.

 

72.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 for Information and Technology totalling $302.563 million in project estimates, composed of $22.960 million in 2019; $30.853 million for 2020; $26.917 million for 2021; $30.638 million for 2022; $37.997 million for 2023; $33.841 million for 2024; $45.997 million for 2025; $37.950 million for 2026; and $35.430 million in 2027.

 

73.  City Council consider the operating costs of $0.632 million net in 2018; $0.092 million net in 2019; and $0.014 million net in 2020 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

 

Financial Services

 

74.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Financial Services with a total project cost of $3.665 million, and 2018 cash flow of $25.339 million and future year commitments of $12.054 million composed of the following:

 

a. New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i. 3 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $3.665 million that requires cash flow of $3.665 million in 2018.

 

ii. 11 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $14.103 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $7.779 million for 2019; and $4.275 million for 2020.

 

iii.  5 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2016 and prior years requiring 2018 cash flow of $2.814 million that requires Council to reaffirm its commitment; and

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 6 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $4.757 million.

 

75.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Financial Services $18.384 million in project estimates, composed of $0.200 million in 2019; $2.939 million for 2020; $1.486 million for 2021; $0.450 million for 2022; $0.500 million for 2023; $2.275 million for 2024; $5.564 million for 2025; $3.252 million in 2026; and $1.718 million in 2027.

 

76.  City Council consider the operating costs of $2.948 million net in 2019 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in future year operating budgets.

 

OTHER CITY PROGRAMS

 

Accountability Offices

 

77.  City Council approve the 2019-2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for the Accountability Offices totalling $1.400 million in project estimates, composed of $1.400 million in 2023.

 

City Clerk's Office

 

78.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for City Clerk's Office with a total project cost of $1.208 million, and 2018 cash flow of $7.891 million and future year commitments of $2.070 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  7 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $1.208 million that requires cash flow of $0.505 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $0.658 million for 2019; and $0.045 million for 2020.

 

ii.  8 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $5.007 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $1.267 million for 2019; $0.050 million for 2020; and $0.050 million for 2021.

 

b.   2017 approved cash flow for 5 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $2.379 million.

 

79.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for City Clerk's Office totalling $29.110 million in project estimates, composed of $3.050 million in 2019; $4.355 million for 2020; $3.420 million for 2021; $2.050 million for 2022; $3.777 million for 2023; $1.967 million for 2024; $4.439 million for 2025; $3.172 million for 2026; and $2.880 million in 2027.

 

80.  City Council consider the operating costs of $0.522 million net in 2018 ; $0.329 million net in 2019; $0.413 million net in 2020; and $0.096 million net in 2021; and $0.170 million in 2022 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

81.  City Council approve 6.8 new temporary capital positions for the delivery of 2018 capital projects and that the duration for each temporary position not exceed the life and funding of its respective projects / sub-projects.

 

AGENCIES

 

Exhibition Place

 

82.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Exhibition Place with a total project cost of $4.465 million, and 2018 cash flow of $4.465 million and future year commitments of $2.789 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  17 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $4.465 million that requires cash flow of $4.465 million in 2018.

 

ii.  2 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2016 requiring council to reapprove the commitment for a 2019 cash flow of $2.789 million.

 

83.  City Council approve the 2019 – 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Exhibition Place totalling $103.293 million in project estimates, composed of $5.595 million for 2019; $11.930 million for 2020; $11.628 million for 2021; $12.615 million for 2022; $11.985 million for 2023; $13.435 million for 2024; $12.235 million for 2025; $11.935 million in 2026; and $11,935 million in 2027.

 

Civic Theatres Toronto - Sony Centre for the Performing Arts

 

84.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Sony Centre for the Performing Arts with a total project cost of $2.719 million, and 2018 cash flow of $5.294 million and future year commitments of $0.192 million composed of the following: 

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  12 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $2.719 million that requires cash flow of $2.527million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $0.192 million for 2019.

 

ii.  1 previously approved sub-project with a 2018 cash flow of $0.724 million

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 6 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $2.043 million.

 

85.  City Council approve the 2019 – 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Sony Centre for the Performing Arts totalling $5.464 million in project estimates, composed of $1.825 million in 2019; $1.200 million for 2020; $1.200 million for 2021; $0.239 million for 2024; $0.450 million for 2025; and $0.550 million in 2026.

 

86.  City Council request the General Manager of Economic Development and Culture, and Executive Director of Financial Planning Division to report back to Budget Committee with a proposal to consolidate the Capital Budgets of the three Civic Theatres into a single portfolio prior to the 2019 Budget Process.

 

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

 

87.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Toronto and Region Conservation Authority with a total project cost of $31.163 million, and 2018 cash flow of $19.830 million and future year commitments of $11.333 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  28 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $31.163 million that requires cash flow of $19.830 million in 2018; and future year cash flow commitments of $2.394 million for 2019; $0.446 million for 2020; $0.476 million for 2021; $0.507 million for 2022; $1.502 million for 2023; $1.502 million for 2024; $1.502 million for 2025; 1.502 million for 2026 and $1.502 million for 2027.

 

88.  City Council approve the 2019-2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Toronto and Region Conservation Authority totalling $167.915 million in project estimates, composed of $18.670 million for 2019; $16.782 million for 2020; $16.897 million for 2021; $17.015 million for 2022; $19.456 million for 2023; $19.580 million in 2024; $19.707 million in 2025; $19.837 million for 2026; and $19.971 million in 2027.

 

89.  City Council direct that the one-time 2018-2019 project titled "Menno-Reesor Restoration Project" to deliver high-quality habitat restoration, grading, fencing, access and landscaping work and planting of 100,000 trees at the 27 hectares site formerly known as the Runnymede site, be funded by $3.5 million from the Tree Canopy Reserve (XR1220).

 

90.  City Council request that the Chief Executive Officer of the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, together with the General Managers of Toronto Water, Transportation, and Parks, Forestry and Recreation and the Chief Financial Officer, report back on:

 

a.  The results of the Scarborough Waterfront Project Environmental Assessment in the first quarter of 2018 with the costs for erosion control components identified separately from the trail and waterfront access components of the plan; and

 

b.  A review the elements and requirements of the Scarborough Waterfront Project according to funding eligibility, prior to the 2019 Budget process.   

 

91.  City Council request the Chief Executive Officer of the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority to report back on a Capital Master Plan as part of the 2019 Budget process to assist with the development of a long range funding strategy to address both waterfront and watershed priority projects.

 

Toronto Police Service

 

92.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Toronto Police Service with a total project cost of $34.084 million, and 2018 cash flow of $56.991 million and future year commitments of $6.2 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  21 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $34.084 million that requires cash flow of $34.084 million in 2018.

 

ii.  3 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $10.059 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $5.2 million for 2019 and $1.0 million in 2020;

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 12 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $12.848 million.

 

93.  City Council approve the 2019 – 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Toronto Police Service totalling $472.940 million in project estimates, composed of $70.186 million for 2019; $72.153 million for 2020; $51.166 million for 2021; $52.397 million for 2022; $45.338 million for 2023; $54.176 million for 2024; $42.482 million for 2025; $40.403 million for 2026 and $44.639 million in 2027.

 

94.  City Council consider the operating costs of $1.114 million net in 2018; $0.957 million net in 2019; $0.091 million net in 2020; $0.151 million net in 2021; and $0.082 million net in 2022 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

Toronto Public Health

 

95.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Toronto Public Health with a total project cost of $2.882 million, and 2018 cash flow of $3.455 million and future year commitments of $3.280 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  6 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $2.882 million that requires cash flow of $0.511 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $1.866 million in 2019 and $0.505 million for 2020.

 

b.  3 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $2.671 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $0.909 million for 2019.

 

c.  2017 approved cash flow for 4 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $0.273 million.

 

96.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Toronto Public Health totalling $18.955 million in project estimates, composed of $1.114 million for 2019; $3.341 million for 2020; $3.000 million for 2021; $2.500 million for 2022; $2.200 million for 2023; $1.700 million for 2024; $1.700 million for 2025; $1.700 million in 2026; and $1.700 million in 2027.

 

97.  City Council consider the operating costs/(savings) of ($0.024) million net in 2018; $0.057 million net in 2020; ($0.120) million net in 2021; and ($0.040) million net in 2023 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

Toronto Public Library

 

98.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Toronto Public Library with a total project cost of $46.861 million, and 2018 cash flow of $34,328 million and future year commitments of $72.247 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  38 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $46.861 million that requires cash flow of $10.005 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $20.150 million for 2019, $13.789 million for 2020; and $2.917 million for 2021.

 

ii.  38 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $18.833 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $15.817 million for 2019; $7.375 million for 2020; $7.852 million for 2021; and $4.347 million for 2022.

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 10 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $5.490 million.

 

99.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Toronto Public totalling $165.245 million in project estimates, composed of $0.250 million for 2019; $12.059 million for 2020; $19.537 million for 2021; $19.657 million for 2022; $21.757 million for 2023; $20.955 million for 2024; $22.785 million for 2025; $24.572 million in 2026; and $23.673 million for 2027.

 

100.  City Council consider the operating savings of $0.495 million net in 2018; savings of $0.455 million net in 2019; net operating costs in the following years of $0.010 million in 2020; $0.196 million in 2021 and $0.374 million in 2022, $0.168 million in 2023; $0.012 million in 2024; $0.097 million in 2025; $0.085 million in 2026 and $0.031 million in 2027 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

101.  City Council direct that all sub-projects with third party financing be approved conditionally, subject to the receipt of such financing in 2018 and if such funding is not forthcoming, their priority and funding be reassessed by City Council relative to other City-financed priorities and needs.

 

Toronto Transit Commission

 

102.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Toronto Transit Commission with a total project cost of $423.339 million, and 2018 cash flow of $1.406 billion and future year commitments of $3.261 billion composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  35 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $428.339 million that requires cash flow of $183.248 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $146.787 million in 2019 and future year cash flow commitments of $98.483 million for 2020; ($25.763) million for 2021; $13.266 million for 2022; $3.957 million for 2023; ($90.540) million for 2024; $12.541 million for 2025; $24.454 million for 2026 and $61.906 million for 2027.

 

ii.  37 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $979.203 million; and future year cash flow commitments of $1.079 billion for 2019; $644.961 million for 2020; $499.511 million for 2021; $215.360 million for 2022; $157.100 million for 2023; $220.221 million for 2024; $108.486 million for 2025; $72.495 million for 2026 and $19.311million for 2027.

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 25 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $248.204 million.

 

103.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Toronto Transit Commission totalling $1.872 billion in project estimates, composed of $1.830 million in 2019; $124.228 million for 2020; $231.145 million for 2021; $235.349 million for 2022; $239.155 million for 2023; $231.314 million for 2024; $239.380 million for 2025; $277.408 million for 2026; and $291.862 million in 2027.

 

104.  City Council consider the operating costs/(savings) of ($0.289) million net in 2018; $15.130 million net in 2019; ($7.972) million net in 2020; ($0.533) million net in 2021; $1.865 million net in 2022; $0.568 million in 2023; $0.585 million in 2024; $0.291 million in 2025; $0.300 million in 2026; and ($0.366) million in 2027 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

105.  City Council direct that all sub-projects with third party financing be approved conditionally, subject to the receipt of such financing in 2018 and if such funding is not forthcoming, their priority and funding be reassessed by City Council relative to other City-financed priorities and needs.

 

106.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for the Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension with no new project cost, and 2018 cash flow of $200.386 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funding for:

 

i.  1 previously approved sub-project with a 2018 cash flow of $160.255 million.

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 1 previously approved sub-project with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $40.131 million.

 

107.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for the Scarborough Subway Extension with a total project of $388.782 million, and 2018 cash flow of $39.412 and future year commitments of $299.370 composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funding for:

 

i.  1 new sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $39.412, 2019 of $119.768 million, 2020 of $179.602 million.

 

ii.  Approved cash flow for 2 previously approved sub-project with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $54.817 million.

 

108.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Waterfront Transit Studies with no new project cost, and 2018 cash flow of $3.600 million, composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funding for:

 

i.  1 previously approved sub-project with a 2018 cash flow of $0.720 million.

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 1 previously approved sub-project with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $2.880 million.

 

109.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for the Relief Line Studies with no new project cost, and 2018 cash flow of $55.520 million, composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funding for:

 

i.  1 previously approved sub-project with a 2018 cash flow of $11.104 million.

 

ii.  2018 approved cash flow for 1 previously approved sub-project with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $44.416 million

 

110.  City Council request that the TTC and Financial Planning Division establish the allocation of the annual Provincial gas tax provision and report back to Budget Committee no later than May 1, 2018 taking into account all third party funding sources and requirements to ensure that the city is maximizing alignment with other third party funding restrictions.

 

111.  City Council request that the Acting Chief Financial Officer in consultation with TTC staff develop a financing strategy to address the $2.275 billion in unfunded base capital requirements for the TTC, as well as key projects for future consideration to avoid potential service impact associated with not proceeding with required unfunded capital investments.

 

Toronto Zoo

 

112.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget for Toronto Zoo with a total project cost of $6.540 million, and 2018 cash flow of $11.456 million and future year commitments of $0.700 million composed of the following:

 

a.  New Cash Flow Funds for:

 

i.  6 new / change in scope sub-projects with a 2018 total project cost of $6.540 million that requires cash flow of $5.840 million in 2018 and future year cash flow commitments of $0.700 million for 2019.

 

ii.  1 previously approved sub-projects with a 2018 cash flow of $2.180 million.

 

b.  2017 approved cash flow for 6 previously approved sub-projects with carry forward funding from 2017 into 2018 totalling $3.436 million

 

113.  City Council approve the 2019 - 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Toronto Zoo totalling $72.000 million in project estimates, composed of $6.000 million for 2019; $8.000 million for 2020; $8.000 million for 2021; $8.000 million for 2022; $8.000 million for 2023; $8.500 for 2024; $8.500 million for 2025; $8.500 million for 2026; and $8.500 million in 2027.

 

114.  City Council consider the operating savings of $0.099 million net in 2018 and $0.212 million net in 2019 resulting from the approval of the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Budget, for inclusion in the 2018 and future year operating budgets.

 

115.  City Council direct that all sub-projects with third party financing be approved conditionally, subject to the receipt of such financing in 2018 and if such funding is not forthcoming, their priority and funding be reassessed by City Council relative to other City-financed priorities and needs.

 

Yonge-Dundas Square

 

116.  City Council approve the 2019 – 2027 Budget Committee Recommended Capital Plan for Yonge Dundas Square totalling $0.450 million in project estimates, composed of $0.050 million for each of the years from 2019 to 2027.

 

2018 Operating Budget  

 

CITIZEN CENTRED SERVICES "A"

 

Affordable Housing Office

 

117.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for the Affordable Housing Office of $3.671 million gross, $1.170 million net for the following services:

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

New Affordable Housing Development

1,304.3

 

383.0

Housing Improvement Programs

1,181.9

 

394.2

Housing Policy and Partnerships

1,184.4

 

392.9

Total Program Budget

3,670.5

 

1,170.1

 

118.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Affordable Housing Office as outlined on pages 12, 13, and 18 of the Affordable Housing Office Program's 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 25 positions, comprising entirely of 25 operating service delivery positions.

 

Children's Services

 

119.  City Council:

 

a. Amend the Children's Services 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget by $21.809 million gross, $0 net and the associated Service Levels, with the following allocations:

 

i.  an increase of $3.453 million gross, $0 net for the Provincial Wage Enhancement program, fully funded by the province;

 

 ii.  an additional $2.768 million gross, $0 net for the Fee Stabilization Support program, fully funded by the province;

 

 iii.  an additional $6.893 million gross, $0 net for the Journey Together Program to increase the number of culturally relevant licensed child care spaces and child and family programs, fully funded by the province;

 

iv.  an additional $5.474 million gross, $0 net for an increase of 550 fee subsidies for children 4-12, fully funded through the province and federal support;

 

v.  an additional $0.876 million gross, $0 net for Specials Needs Resourcing, fully funded by the province;

 

vi.  an additional $2.0 million gross, $0 net in operating funding to be used for community based capital grant projects, fully funded through the province and federal support; and

 

vii.  an additional $0.345 million gross, $0 net in administration to administer two new provincial programs introduced in 2018, 100 percent provincially funded.

 

b.  Authorize the General Manager, Children's Services to receive the funding from the Province of Ontario for the new Journey Together and Fee Stabilization Support programs, and enter into Service Agreements that are to the satisfaction of the City Solicitor, with provider agencies in order to flow Provincial funds to these agencies.

 

120.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Children's Services of $599.601 million gross, $82.691 million net, as amended by Recommendation 119, for the following services:

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Child Care Delivery

468,040.7

 

71,408.2

Child Care System Management

131,560.2

 

11,282.3

Total Program Budget

599,600.9

 

82,690.5

 

121.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Children's Services as outlined on pages 14 and 18 of the Children's Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes and Recommendation 119, and associated staff complement of 1,080.6 positions, comprising 1,076.6 operating service delivery positions and 4.0 capital project delivery positions.

 

Court Services

 

122.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Court Services of $50.488 million gross, $3.987 million net for the following services:

 

Service

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Provincial Offences and Tribunal Dispute Resolution

10,893.4

 

8,183.4

Default Fine Collection Management

5,469.0

 

4,838.4

Court Case Management

34,125.6

 

(9,035.1)

Total Program Budget

50,488.0

 

3,986.7

 

123.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Court Services as outlined on pages 14, 17, and 20 of the Court Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 229 positions, entirely composed of operating service delivery positions.

 

124.  City Council approve the 2018 new user fees for Court Services identified in Appendix 7 of the Court Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

125.  City Council amend the 2018 Operating Budget for Court Services by $0 gross, $2.347 million revenues and the 2018 Operating Budget for Transportation Services by $0 gross, ($2.347) million revenues by transferring the revenues from the Red Light Camera expansion initiative, once approved by Council.

 

126.  City Council request the Director of Court Services to explore options for courtroom space optimization by undertaking a fulsome review of future courtroom and administrative requirements and include those options in the 2019 Budget Submission.

 

Economic Development and Culture

 

127.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Economic Development and Culture of $80.212 million gross, $69.578 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Arts Services

45,296.1

 

42,307.9

Business Services

14,210.9

 

11,883.1

Entertainment Industries Services

6,766.2

 

4,007.7

Museum and Heritage Services

13,938.8

 

11,379.5

Total Program Budget

80,212.0

 

69,578.3

 

128.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Economic Development and Culture as outlined on pages 16, 20, 24, and 28 of the Economic Development and Culture 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 300.5 operating service delivery positions.

 

129.  City Council approve the 2018 new user fees, market rate user fee changes, and other fee changes above the inflationary adjusted rate for Economic Development and Culture identified in Appendix 7 of the Economic Development and Culture 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

130.  City Council approve the allocation of Toronto Significant Event Investment Program funds (TSEIP) to the events listed below to receive funding in 2018 and 2019, fully funded on a one-time basis from the Major Special Event Reserve Fund (XR1218), and as recommended by a Peer Review Panel that evaluated eligible and complete applications against the Strategic Hosting and Bidding Principles and Funding Priorities, with awards subject to signed agreements with each recipient that include performance expectations and reporting requirements. 

 

Event

2018 Allocation

$ Million

2019 Allocation

$ Million

2018 Aboriginal Day Live

0.050

 

2018 Masters Indigenous Games

0.050

 

2018 NACAC Athletic Championships

0.100

 

2018 and 2019 Bollywood Film Fair

0.150

0.125

2019 International Special Olympics Invitation Youth Games

0.500

 

2019 Redpath Waterfront Festival

0.200

 

TOTAL

1.050

0.125

 

131.  City Council direct the General Manager, Economic Development and Culture to report back in time for the 2019 Budget process on a multi-year plan based on the results of research and analysis benchmarking the City of Toronto's investment in culture relative to other comparable jurisdictions and on assessing the likely impacts of future increases of $2 million per year to culture funding beginning in 2019.

 

Long-Term Care Homes and Services

 

132.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Long-Term Care Homes and Services of $260.156 million gross, $47.376 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Long-Term Care Homes

247,049.3

 

45,830.8

Community Based Long-Term Care

13,107.1

 

1,545.3

Total Program Budget

260,156.4

 

47,376.1

 

133.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Long-Term Care Homes and Services as outlined on page 14 and 18 of the Long-Term Care Homes and Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 2,389.9 operating service delivery positions.

 

Parks, Forestry and Recreation

 

134.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Parks, Forestry and Recreation of $467.480 million gross, $322.116 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net

($000s)

Community Recreation

236,548.9

 

157,301.3

Parks

155,462.5

 

122,221.8

Urban Forestry

75,468.5

 

42,592.6

Total Program Budget

467,479.9

 

322,115.7

 

135.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Parks, Forestry and Recreation as outlined on pages 19-24, 30-32, and 38-39, of the Parks, Forestry and Recreation 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 4,515.18 positions, comprising 4,370.2 operating service delivery positions and 145 capital project delivery positions. 

 

136.  City Council direct that the General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation use one-time 2018 funding of $1.5 million from the Public Realm Reserve (XR1410) as reflected in the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget to increase tree planting in hard surfaces and to support infrastructure (e.g. tree pits) in the public right-of-way.

 

137.  City Council approve the 2018 technical adjustments to user fees, rationalized user fees, and other fee changes for Parks, Forestry and Recreation identified in Appendix 7 of the Parks, Forestry and Recreation 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

138.  City Council direct Parks, Forestry and Recreation to continue with the full cost recovery analysis of all user fees over the next 2 years to include both the direct and indirect operating costs, including capital replacement costs as follows: Urban Forestry user fee analysis to be completed prior to the 2019 Budget process; Parks and Recreation permits and Community Recreation registered program user fees prior to the 2020 Budget process.

 

139.  City Council direct the General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation, together with the Chief Information Officer to review and identify the operating costs and associated benefits of two major Information Technology projects, the Permitting, Licensing and Registration System and the Enterprise Work Management System (eWMS) in time for the 2019 Budget process.

 

140.  City Council direct that General Manager of Parks, Forestry and Recreation, in consultation with the Chief Financial Officer, to report back to City Council in the second quarter of 2018 with a Revised Urban Forestry Service Plan that takes into account the objectives achieved to date, each component of the Service Plan, its related objectives, performance measures and funding sources, including the feasibility of transferring residual funding in both the Strategic Infrastructure Reserve Fund (XR1714) and Environmental Protection Reserve Fund (XR1718) that was earmarked for Parks, Forestry and Recreation to the Tree Canopy Reserve (XR1220).

 

141.  City Council request the Chief Financial Officer to consider replenishing the Toronto Tree Canopy Reserve (XR1220) as part of the allocation of the 2017 year end surplus, if any, in accordance with the Council approved surplus management policy.

 

142.  City Council request the General Manager, Toronto Water bring forward for Council consideration as part of the 2019 budget process, a one-time contribution of $3 million to the Tree Canopy Reserve which would increase Toronto Water's contribution towards tree planting and maintenance from $1.95 million to $4.95 million.

 

143.  City Council direct that the General Manager, Parks, Forestry and Recreation to report back on any increased costs required to deliver the Beaches Lifeguard Program transferred from the Toronto Police Service prior to the 2019 Budget process.

 

Social Development, Finance and Administration

 

144.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Social Development, Finance and Administration of $55.234 million gross, $39.531 million net for the following services:

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net

($000s)

Community and Neighbourhood Development

15,755.2

 

5,867.2

Community Partnership Investment Program

20,491.8

 

20,341.8

Financial Management and Program Support

6,040.9

 

4,076.0

Social Policy and Planning

10.662.7

 

7,467.0

Toronto Office of Partnerships

813.4

 

695.5

Corporate Leadership (DCM)

1,470.4

 

1,083.5

Total Program Budget

55,234.4

 

39,531.0

 

145.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Social Development, Finance and Administration as outlined on pages 15, 22, 24 and 28 of the Social Development, Finance and Administration 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 158 operating service delivery positions.

 

Shelter Support Housing Administration

 

146.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Shelter, Support and Housing Administration of $860.830 million gross, $455.367 million net for the following services:

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Homeless and Housing First Solutions

262,700.0

 

106,977.3

Social Housing System Management

598,129.9

 

348,389.7

Total Program Budget

860,829.9

 

455,367.0

 

147.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Shelter, Support and Housing Administration as outlined on pages 16, and 21 of the Social Development, Finance and Administration 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 868.35 positions, comprising 828.35 operating service delivery positions and 40 capital project delivery positions.

 

148. City Council:

 

a. Approve the acceptance of $80,663,900, as the confirmed allocation, and up to $299,835,237, as the conditional allocation, from the Ministry of Housing for renovations and retrofit of eligible social housing buildings under the Social Housing Apartment Improvement Program (SHAIP);

 

b. Authorize the General Manager, Shelter, Support and Housing Administration (SSHA), in consultation with the City Solicitor, to enter into a Transfer Payment or similar Agreement with the Ministry of Housing for Social Housing Apartment Improvement Program (SHAIP) funding on terms and conditions addressing program administration, funding, building condition assessments and monitoring, energy audit and reporting requirements that are satisfactory to the General Manager, Social Development, Finance and Administration, and in a form satisfactory to the City Solicitor;

 

c. Authorize the General Manager, Shelter, Support and Housing Administration (SSHA), to utilize any administrative funding approved by the Ministry of Housing to administer Social Housing Apartment Improvement Program implementation (SHAIP);

 

d. Amend the 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget for Shelter, Support and Housing Administration (SSHA) by $2,070,000 gross and $0 net, under the Social Housing Apartment Improvement Program (SHAIP), to pay for the cost of building condition assessments for non-profit and co-operative housing providers; Ashrae Level 3 energy audits for proposed retrofit projects; and authorize the General Manager, SSHA, to enter into agreements with Toronto Community Housing Corporation and non-profit and co-operative housing providers, and/or private sector organizations to carry out the necessary building condition assessments, energy audits and evaluations required;

 

e. Amend the 2018 Preliminary Operating Budget for SSHA by $256,000 gross and $0 net, under the Social Housing Apartment Improvement Program (SHAIP), to hire two full time temporary Agency Review Officers and a full time temporary Financial Systems Analyst to assist with the administration of SHAIP; and

 

f. Authorize the General Manager, Shelter, Support and Housing Administration (SSHA), to enter into agreements with Toronto Community Housing Corporation, non-profit and co-operative housing providers and other service providers on terms and conditions addressing funding, building condition assessments and monitoring, energy audit and reporting requirements satisfactory to the General Manager, Social Development, Finance and Administration, and in a form satisfactory to the City Solicitor to utilize $80,663,900 and up to $119,502,075 in funding for Social Housing Apartment Improvement Program (SHAIP) year 1 (2017-18), and up to $60,111,054 in funding for each of Social Housing Apartment Improvement Program year 2 (2018-19), year 3 (2019-20), and year 4 (2020-21), plus any additional Ministry of Housing funding allocations, to carry out retrofit work and all required audits and evaluations associated with Social Housing Apartment Improvement Program.

 

Toronto Employment and Social Services

 

149.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Employment and Social Services of $1,096.897 million gross, $90.517 million net for the following services:

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Employment Services

65,683.6

 

16,732.1

Integrated Case Management and Service Planning

139,518.1

 

59,216.0

Financial Supports

891,695.7

 

14,568.3

Total Program Budget

1,096,897.0

 

90,516.5

 

150.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Toronto Employment and Social Services as outlined on pages 16, 20, and 24 of the Toronto Employment and Social Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 1,985 positions, comprising 11 capital project delivery positions and 1,974 operating service delivery positions.

 

Toronto Paramedic Services

 

151.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Paramedic Services of $215.449 million gross, $73.873 million net for the following services:

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Emergency Medical Dispatch and Preliminary Care

28,124.5

 

570.2

Community Paramedicine and Emergency Call Mitigation

2,778.4

 

682.5

Emergency Medical Care

184,546.6

 

72,620.4

Total Program Budget

215,449.5

 

73,873.1

 

152.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Toronto Paramedic Service as outlined on pages 14, 16, and 20 of the Toronto Paramedic Service 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 1,472.3 positions, comprising of 2 capital project delivery positions and 1,470.3 operating service delivery positions.

 

153.  City Council approve the technical adjustments to user fees and other fee changes for Toronto Paramedic Services identified in Appendix 7 of this Program's 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

CITIZEN CENTRED SERVICES "B"

 

City Planning

 

154. City Council, with respect to Item PG25.4 respecting Prioritization of Outstanding Heritage Conservation District Studies and Interim Protective Measures adopted by City Council on January 31 and February 1, 2018, amend the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for City Planning by $122,000 gross and $0 net, and the increase of 1 temporary capital position fully funded from a contribution from the Heritage Conservation District Capital Account CUR028-41.

 

155.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for City Planning of $51.181 million gross, $15.287 million net, as amended by Recommendation 154, for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net

($000s)

City Building and Policy Development

22,909.8

 

16,840.7

Development Review, Decision and Implementation

28,271.6

 

(1,553.5)

Total Program Budget

51,181.4

 

15,287.2

 

156.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for City Planning as outlined on pages 16 and 22 of the City Planning 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 411 positions, comprising 13.5 capital project delivery positions and 397.5 operating service delivery positions, as amended by Recommendation 154.

 

157. City Council approve the 2018 technical adjustments to user fees and other fee changes above the inflationary adjusted rate for City Planning identified in Appendix 7 of City Planning 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

158.  City Council approve an increase of $0.020 million gross, $0 net, as reflected in the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for City Planning, for the transfer a Hal Jackman Foundation grant deposited in the Gardiner West Public Realm Reserve Fund to the Bentway Conservancy.

 

Engineering and Construction Services

 

159.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Engineering and Construction Services of $75.220 million gross, $4.082 million net for the following services:

 

Service

Gross ($000s)

 

Net

($000s)

Municipal Infrastructure Construction

50,754.3

 

1,342.1

Engineering Review and Acceptance

13,737.3

 

1,238.3

Engineering Information

10,728.6

 

1,501.1

Total Program Budget

75,220.1

 

4,081.5

 

160.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Engineering and Construction Services as outlined on pages 13, 16, and 19 of the Engineering and Construction Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 585.1 positions, comprising 457.3 capital project delivery positions and 127.8 operating service delivery positions.

 

Fire Services

 

161.  City Council approve an increase to the Fire Services' 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating of $806,023 gross and net to establish a Toronto Community Housing Corporation Fire Safety Task Force effective May 1, 2018 and to develop a public fire safety education and marketing program, with the increase to be offset with a contribution from the Tax Rate Stabilization Reserve for 2018.

 

162.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Fire Services of $479.073 million gross, $460.853 million net, as amended by Recommendation 161, for the following services:

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Fire Rescue and Emergency Response

445,460.7

 

430,843.2

Disaster Response and Event Support

1,632.9

 

1,132.6

Fire Prevention, Inspection and Enforcement

25,903.1

 

22,961.9

Fire Safety Education

6,076.2

 

5,915.4

Total Program Budget

479,072.9

 

460,853.1

 

163.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Toronto Fire Services as outlined on pages 15, 20, and 23 of the Toronto Fire Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes and as amended by Recommendation 161 and associated staff complement of 3,193.3 positions, entirely composed of operating service delivery positions.

 

Municipal Licensing and Standards

 

164.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Municipal Licensing and Standards of $57.001 million gross, $20.064 million net for the following services:

 

Service

Gross

($000s)

 

Net

($000s)

Animal Care, Control and Sheltering

10,590.5

 

7,540.8

Business Licensing and Permitting

8,150.7

 

(18,942.8)

By-Law Enforcement

19,054.1

 

17,228.3

Property Standards, Inspection and Compliance

19,205.4

 

14,238.1

Total Program Budget

57,000.7

 

20,064.4

 

165.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Municipal Licensing and Standards as outlined on pages 17, 21, 25 and 29 of the Municipal Licensing and Standards 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 492.5 positions, composed of 2.0 capital project delivery positions and 490.5 operating service delivery positions.

 

166.  City Council approve the 2018 new user fees, technical adjustments to user fees and rationalized user fees above the inflationary adjusted rate for Municipal Licensing and Standards identified in Appendix 7 of the Municipal Licensing and Standards 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

Policy, Planning, Finance and Administration

 

167.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Policy, Planning, Finance and Administration of $23.181 million gross, $9.099 million net for the following services:  

 

Service

Gross ($000s)

 

Gross ($000s)

Corporate Leadership

824.1

 

824.1

Organizational Effectiveness

3,457.7

 

271.5

Emergency Management

3,001.7

 

2,766.7

Financial Management

8,084.9

 

4,228.4

Program Support

7,812.2

 

1,007.8

Total Program Budget

23,180.6

 

9,098.6

 

168.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Policy, Planning, Finance and Administration as outlined on pages 15, 17, 20, and 24 of the Policy, Planning, Finance and Administration 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 193.1 positions, comprising 4.0 capital project delivery positions and 189.1 operating service delivery positions.

 

Toronto Building

 

169.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Building of $56.346 million gross, and $10.693 million net revenue for the following services:

 

Service

Gross ($000s)

 

Net

($000s)

Building Compliance

25,430.1

 

(5,012.7)

Building Permission and Information

30,916.0

 

(5,681.0)

Total Program Budget

56,346.1

 

(10,693.7)

 

  1. City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Toronto Building as outlined on pages 14 and 18 of the Toronto Building 2018 Operating Budget Notes and associated staff complement of 468.0 positions, all of which are operating service delivery positions.

Transportation Services

  1. City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Transportation Services of $409.203 million gross, $222.474 million net for the following services:

Service

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Road and Sidewalk Management

271,701.2

 

142,413.0

Transportation Safety and Operations

118,055.0

 

104,278.2

Permits and Applications

19,446.4

 

(24,217.2)

Total Program Budget

409,202.6

 

222,474.0

 

172.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Transportation Services as outlined on pages 19, 30, and 39 of the Transportation Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 1,166.3 positions, comprising 96.7 capital project delivery positions and 1,069.6 operating service delivery positions.

 

173.  City Council direct, that following completion of the divisional service delivery review that is currently underway in the Program, the General Manager of Transportation Services submit any required adjustments to current service levels as part of the 2019 Budget process for Council approval.

 

INTERNAL CORPORATE SERVICES

 

311 Toronto

 

174.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for 311 Toronto of $18.719 million gross, $9.920 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

311 Development

2,279.2

 

339.5

311 Service Delivery

14,932.8

 

8,073.8

311 Information and Business Processing

1,279.3

 

1,279.3

311 Performance Reporting

227.9

 

227.9

Total Program Budget

18,719.2

 

9,920.5

 

175.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for 311 Toronto as outlined on pages 14, 17, 20, and 22 of the 311 Toronto 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 180.5 positions, comprising 19.0 capital project delivery positions and 161.5 operating service delivery positions.

 

Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy

 

176.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy of $197.622 million gross, $71.699 million net for the following services:              

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Facilities Management

120,284.1

 

73,268.7

Real Estate

28,099.3

 

(32,917.8)

Environment and Energy

49,238.1

 

31,348.5

Total Program Budget

197,621.5

 

71,699.4

  

177.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy as outlined on pages 17, 21, 24 of the Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 1,032.6 positions, comprising 89.0 capital project delivery positions and 943.6 operating service delivery positions.

 

178.  City Council direct that the information in the Confidential Attachment to Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy's 2018 Operating Budget Notes, remain confidential until the outcome of City Council’s decision has been communicated to Unions and affected staff.

 

Fleet Services

 

179.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Fleet Services of $57.714 million gross and $0.130 million net revenue for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Fleet Management

39,644.9

 

496.3

Fuel Management

18,068.7

 

(626.0)

Total Program Budget

57,713.6

 

(129.7)

 

180.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Fleet Services as outlined on pages 15 and 19 of the Fleet Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 187.0 positions, comprising 8.0 capital project delivery positions and 179.0 operating service delivery positions.

 

181.  City Council approve the budget transfer of $0.244 million gross and net, to allocate the additional savings resulting from the implementation of the Alternate Service Delivery Model, from Fleet Services to the respective tax-supported client programs and Agencies for 2018 as detailed below:

 

Savings by Programs/Agencies

2018 Savings

City Clerk's Office

478

Economic Develop and Culture

467

Engineering and Construction Services

2,441

Facilities Management and Real Estate

13,701

Fleet Services

7,034

Municipal Licensing and Standards

5,884

Office of Emergency Management

750

Parks, Forestry and Recreation

116,680

Public Health

1,509

Purchasing And Materials Management

702

Toronto Building

498

Toronto Public Library

2,150

Transportation Services

91,789

Total Tax-Supported Programs/Agencies

244,083

 

 Information and Technology

 

182.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Information and Technology of $130.365 million gross, $76.423 million net for the following services:

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Business IT Solutions

58,887.1

 

25,275.2

Computer and Communications Technology Infrastructure

44,518.4

 

30,810.0

Enterprise IT Planning and Client Services

26,959.3

 

20,338.1

Total Program Budget

130,364.8

 

76,423.3

 

183.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Information and Technology as outlined on pages 14, 18-19, and 23-24 of the Information and Technology 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 850.0 positions, comprising 220.0 capital project delivery positions and 630.0 operating service delivery positions.  

 

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

 

Office of the Chief Financial Officer

 

184.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Office of the Chief Financial Officer of $17.628 million gross, $10.203 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Finance and Administration

2,467.1

 

2,354.8

Corporate Finance

5,919.5

 

1,716.3

Financial Planning

9,240.9

 

6,131.5

Total Program Budget

17,627.5

 

10,202.6

 

185.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Office of the Chief Financial Officer as outlined on pages 13-14, 17-20 and 24-25 of the Office of the Chief Financial Officer 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 122.0 positions, comprising 11.0 capital project delivery positions and 111.0 operating service delivery positions.

 

Office of the Treasurer

 

186.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Office of the Treasurer of $75.577 million gross, $28.067 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Pension, Payroll and Employee Benefits

14,205.2

 

11,846.3

Purchasing and Materials Management

16,281.0

 

9,592.5

Accounting Services

12,105.5

 

9,183.1

Revenue Services

32,985.2

 

(2,555.0)

Total Program Budget

75,576.9

 

28,066.8

 

  1. City Council approve the 2018 service levels for the Office of the Treasurer as outlined on pages 15, 19, 23-26 and 30-33 of the Office of the Treasurer 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 657.2 positions, comprising 20.0 capital project delivery positions and 637.2 operating service delivery positions.

 

  1. City Council approve the 2018 new user fees for the Office of the Treasurer identified in Appendix 7 of the Officer of the Treasurer 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in the Municipal Code Chapter 441 “Fees and Charges”.

 

  1. City Council direct that the information in the Confidential Attachment to the Office of the Treasurer's 2018 Operating Budget Notes, remain confidential until the outcome of City Council’s decision has been communicated to Unions and affected staff.

 

OTHER CITY PROGRAMS

 

City Manager's Office

  1. City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for City Manager's Office of $58.051 million gross, $48.650 million net for the following services:

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Executive Management

3,869.5

 

2,943.1

Strategic and Corporate Policy

3,874.3

 

3,495.9

Internal Audit

1,684.8

 

1,021.1

Strategic Communications

6,715.7

 

5,172.9

Equity, Diversity and Human Rights

2,602.4

 

2,599.9

Human Resources

39,304.5

 

33,417.2

Total Program Budget

58,051.2

 

48,650.1

 

191.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for City Manager's Office as outlined on pages 16, 18, 21, 23, 26 and 28 of the City Manager's Office 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 450.0 positions, comprising 20.0 capital project delivery positions and 430.0 operating service delivery positions.

 

City Clerk's Office

 

192.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for the City Clerk's Office of $62.079 million gross, $32.846 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Elect Government

17,491.3

 

0.0

Make Government Work

21,024.7

 

19,639.8

Open Government

23,563.3

 

13,206.4

Total Program Budget

62,079.3

 

32,846.3

 

193.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for the City Clerk's Office as outlined on pages 14, 16, and 19 of the City Clerk's Office 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 418.8 positions, composed of 6.8 capital project delivery positions and 412.0 operating service delivery positions.

 

194.  City Council approve the 2018 other fee changes above the inflation-adjusted rate for the City Clerk's Office identified in Appendix 7 of this Program's 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

195.  City Council direct that the information in Confidential Attachment to the City Clerk's Office's 2018 Operating Budget Notes, remain confidential until the outcome of City Council’s decision has been communicated to Unions and affected staff.

 

196.  City Council direct the City Clerk and the Deputy City Manager, Internal Services, to ensure that appropriate signage is in place on the first and second floors at City Hall to help direct members of the public to the fully staffed Council Member reception area on the second floor.

 

Legal Services

 

197.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Legal Services of $62.476 million gross, $19.209 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Civil Litigation

15,314.4

 

7,559.4

Prosecution

20,516.0

 

1,616.5

Solicitor

26,645.8

 

10,033.2

Total Program Budget

62,476.2

 

19,209.1

 

198.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Legal Services as outlined on pages 15, 18, and 21 of the Legal Services 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 364.3 positions, composed of 12.0 capital project delivery positions and 352.3 operating service delivery positions.

 

City Council

 

199.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for City Council of $23.076 million gross, $20.471 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

City Council

23,076.4

 

20,471.4

Total Program Budget

23,076.4

 

20,471.4

 

200.  City Council approve the City Council 2018 staff complement of 188.0 operating positions.

 

201.  City Council approve the following changes to affect the reductions to the Constituency Services and Office Budget Policy:

 

a.  For telecommunications expenses:

 

1.  Delete the following bullets in Section 5, Eligible Expenses, category Wireless Products and Services, sub-section provided from the City's centralized resources:

 

- Expenses related to electronic equipment, including roaming charges will be charged to the Council General Expense Budget provided the Councillor has notified Council and Support Services and roaming plans have been set up for the Councillor, prior to leaving the City.


- A basic voice and data plan will be included for BlackBerry smart phones and a data plan will be included for mobile tablets.


- Exception usage, e.g. long distance costs exceeding the roaming plan, will be charged to the Constituency Services and Office Budget.


so that the sub-section now reads:

 

Provided from the City's centralized resources:

 

- One Blackberry or other smart phone supported by the City's wireless infrastructure for each Councillor Office for use by the Councillor


- One mobile tablet for each Councillor for use by the Councillor


- The Councillor has a choice of the City's wireless vendors

 

2.  Amend section 2(f), Wireless, in Appendix 1, Resources Available/Allocated to Councillors by deleting the reference "Basic monthly voice and data plan will be included" in bullets 1 and 2, and deleting bullet 3 "Expenses related to electronic equipment, including roaming charges will be charged to the Council General Expense Budget provided the Councillor has notified Council and Support Services and roaming plans have been set up for the Councillor, prior to the City." so that section 2(f) now reads:


-Each Councillor will be provided with a BlackBerry or other smart phone supported by the City's wireless infrastructure as office equipment.


-Each Councillor will be provided with a mobile tablet as office equipment.

 

b.  For Newsletter Entitlement

 

1. Delete the following section 3(e), titled "Entitlement equivalent to distribution of a newsletter to all households" in Appendix 1, Resources Available/Allocated to Councillors:

 

-Each Councillor is entitled to an amount equivalent to the cost of postage or delivery by other means of one newsletter to all households within the ward, based on the 2011 census information, and at a rate not to exceed the current Canada Post standard Admail rate, paid for from the Council General Expense Budget.

 

202.  City Council direct the City Clerk to process all such expenses retroactive to January 1, 2018 under the amended Constituency Services and Office Budget Policy.

 

203.  City Council direct that, beginning in the 2018-2022 term of Council, Councillor Constituency Offices paid for from the Council General Expense must be located in Civic Centres or other City-owned or agency-owned buildings where the rent is comparable to civic centre space, and that the Council Constituency Services and Office Budget (CSOB) and related policies be updated to reflect this change.

 

Office of the Mayor

 

204.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Office of the Mayor of $2.251 million gross and net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Office of the Mayor

2,251.0

 

2,251.0

Total Program Budget

2,251.0

 

2,251.0

 

205.  City Council approve the Office of the Mayor's 2018 staff complement of 19.0 operating positions.

 

Accountability Offices

 

206.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for the Accountability Offices of $10.058 million gross and net for the following Offices:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Auditor General's Office

6,444.9

 

6,444.9

Office of the Integrity Commissioner

511.7

 

511.7

Office of the Lobbyist Registrar

1,189.6

 

1,189.6

Ombudsman Toronto

1,912.3

 

1,912.3

Total Program Budget

10,058.4

 

10,058.4

 

207.  City Council approve the Accountability Offices staff complement of 59.3 operating positions.

 

AGENCIES

 

Arena Boards of Management

 

208.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for the Arena Boards of Management of $9.045 million gross, $0.031 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

George Bell

791.8

 

(0.1)

Bill Bolton

898.6

 

46.7

Forest Hill

1,285.6

 

(4.2)

Leaside Gardens

2,169.6

 

(10.9)

McCormick

816.7

 

(0.9)

Moss Park

946.6

 

(0.1)

North Toronto

1,046.7

 

(0.5)

Ted Reeve

1,089.1

 

0.6

Total Program Budget

9,044.7

 

30.6

 

209.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Arena Boards of Management as outlined on page 12 of the Arena Boards of Management 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 65.6 operating service delivery positions.

 

210.  City Council approve the 2018 market rate user fee changes for the Arena Boards of Management identified in Appendix 7 of this Program's 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

Association of Community Centres

 

211.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Association of Community Centres of $8.275 million gross, $7.972 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

519 Church Street Community Centre

1,463.1

 

1,463.1

Applegrove Community Complex

385.2

 

385.2

Cecil Community Centre

715.5

 

715.5

Central Eglinton Community Centre

728.7

 

728.7

Community Centre 55

781.2

 

781.2

Eastview Neighbourhood Community Centre

594.3

 

594.3

Ralph Thornton Community Centre

758.0

 

718.6

Scadding Court Community Centre

936.7

 

936.7

Swansea Town Hall

574.1

 

310.8

Waterfront Neighbourhood Centre

1,338.1

 

1,338.1

Total Program Budget

8,274.9

 

7,972.2

 

212.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Association of Community Centres as outlined on page 14 of the Association of Community Centres 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 80.6 operating service delivery positions.

 

213.  City Council approve the 2018 market rate user fee changes for Association of Community Centres identified in Appendix 7 of the Association of Community Centres 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

214.  City Council direct the Boards of Management of Community Centres to continue to explore all available funding or fundraising opportunities to increase their program funding revenues, while leveraging volunteer contributions for the 2019 Budget process to ensure they continue to meet their mandate of providing valuable programming and other services in their local communities.

 

Civic Theatres Toronto

 

215.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Civic Theatres Toronto of $32.359 million gross, $5.275 million net for Civic Theatres Toronto:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Civic Theatres Toronto

32,359.1

 

5,274.5

Total Program Budget

32,359.1

 

5,274.5

 

216.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Civic Theatres Toronto as outlined on page 13 of the Civic Theatres Toronto 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 232.5 operating service delivery positions.

 

217.  City Council direct Civic Theatres Toronto and the Financial Planning Division to establish a service based budget for Civic Theatres Toronto in time for the 2019 Budget process.

 

Exhibition Place

 

218.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Exhibition Place of $55.111 million gross, $0.150 million net revenue for the following services:

 

Service

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Exhibitions and Events

32,366.9

 

(7,681.0)

Conventions, Conferences and Meetings

4,852.2

 

294.6

Exhibition Place Asset Management

14,962.8

 

12,131.0

Exhibition Place Parking Access

2,928.8

 

(4,894.5)

Total Program Budget

55,110.6

 

(150.0)

 

219.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Exhibition Place as outlined on pages 15, 17, 19, and 22 of the Exhibition Place 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 356.0 positions, comprising 351.0 operating service delivery positions and 5.0 capital project delivery positions.

 

220.  City Council approve the 2018 new user fees, technical adjustments to user fees, market rate user fee changes, rationalized user fees, and other fee changes above the inflationary adjusted rate for Exhibition Place identified in Appendix 7 of the Exhibition Place 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

Heritage Toronto

 

221.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Heritage Toronto of $0.946 million gross, $0.423 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Heritage Fundraising and Partnership Development

338.7

 

283.2

Heritage Promotion and Education

607.8

 

139.8

Total Program Budget

946.5

 

423.0

 

222.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Heritage Toronto as outlined on pages 12 and 14 of the Heritage Toronto 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 7.5 operating service delivery positions.

 

Toronto Atmospheric Fund

 

223.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Atmospheric Fund of $4.400 million gross, $0.0 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Toronto Atmospheric Fund

4,400.0

 

0.0

Total Program Budget

4,400.0

 

0.0

 

224.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Toronto Atmospheric Fund as outlined on page 6 of the Toronto Atmospheric Fund 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and the associated staff complement of 10.0 entirely composed of operating service delivery positions.

 

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

 

225.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto and Region Conservation Authority of $45.631 million gross, $3.650 million net for the following service:

 

Service

Gross           ($000s)

 

Net                     ($000s)

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

45,631.0

 

8,602.1

Total Program Budget

45,631.0

 

8,602.1

Less: Toronto Water Contribution

 

 

4,951.8

Tax-Supported Budget

45,631.0

 

3,650.3

 

226.  City Council request that the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority, in consultation with the General Manager of Parks, Forestry and Recreation and the Executive Director, Municipal Licensing and Standards, report to the Executive Committee by June 2018, to provide cost estimates to maintain the Tommy Thompson Park once transferred with a timeline for the transition.

 

Toronto Police Service

 

227.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Police Service of $1,137.724 million gross, $996.326 million net for the following services:

 

Service

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Toronto Police Service

1,136,249.4

 

996,325.5

Total Program Budget

1,137,724.4

 

996,325.5

 

228.  City Council approve staff complement for the Toronto Police Services of 7,881 operating service delivery positions, comprising 5,440 uniform officers, 2,230 civilian positions, and 211 part time positions to maintain the 2017 service levels.

 

Toronto Police Services Board

 

229.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Police Services Board of $2.809 million gross, $2.309 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Toronto Police Service Governance and Oversight

2,809.1

 

2,309.1

Total Program Budget

2,809.1

 

2,309.1

 

230.  City Council approve the 2018 Toronto Police Services Board staff complement of 7.0 positions, composed of 6 staff members and 1 Chair.

 

Parking Tags Enforcement and Operations

 

231.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Parking Tags Enforcement and operations of $72.204 million gross and $37.014 million net revenue for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Toronto Police Parking Enforcement

48,247.8

 

46,722.6

Revenue Services Parking Violation Operations

5,686.2

 

5,686.2

Court Services Judicial Processing

5,639.7

 

5,639.7

Legal Services

4,294.9

 

4,294.9

Parking Tags Revenue

8,335.0

 

(99,357.8)

Total Program Budget

72,203.6

 

(37,014.4)

 

232.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Parking Tags Enforcement and Operations as outlined on pages 14, 16 and 19 of the Parking Tags Enforcement and Operations 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 394.0 positions, entirely composed of operating service delivery positions.

 

233.  City Council direct the City Solicitor and Financial Planning to work together to establish Service Levels for Legal Services given their new role in time for the 2019 Budget process.

 

Toronto Public Health

 

234.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Public Health of $251.292 million gross, $63.185 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Chronic Diseases and Injuries

45,541.7

 

13,731.5

Emergency Preparedness

2,330.9

 

570.3

Environmental Health

24,674.6

 

5,563.0

Family Health

94,506.6

 

21,339.8

Infectious Diseases

65,167.9

 

14,124.9

Public Health Foundations

19,070.6

 

7,855.7

Total Program Budget

251,292.4

 

63,185.3

 

235.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Toronto Public Health as outlined on pages 16, 20, 23, 28, 33-35 and 38 of the Toronto Public Health 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 1,868.9 positions, comprising 1,844.9 operating service delivery positions and 24.0 capital project delivery positions.  

 

236.  City Council direct that the information in Confidential Attachment to Toronto Public Health's 2018 Operating Budget Notes, remain confidential until the outcome of City Council’s decision has been communicated to Unions and the affected staff.

 

Toronto Public Library

 

237.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Public Library of $201.607 million gross, $182.283 million net for the following services:

 

Service

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Collections Access and Borrowing

75,755.9

 

68,183.2

In-Branch and Virtual Services

118,536.4

 

106,084.8

Partnerships, Outreach and Customer Engagement

7,314.5

 

7,015.0

Total Program Budget

201,606.8

 

182,283.1

 

238.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Toronto Public Library as outlined on pages 14, 18, and 26 of the Toronto Public Library 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and as amended by Budget Committee's recommended service changes, and associated staff complement of 1,734.8 operating service delivery positions.

 

CreateTO

 

239.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for CreateTO of $11.434 million gross, $0 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

CreateTO

11,434.0

 

0.0

Total Agency Budget

11,434.0

 

0.0

 

240.  City Council approve the CreateTO 2018 associated staff complement of 51.0 operating service delivery positions.

 

241.  City Council direct CreateTO staff to continue to work with City staff on establishing a Program Map, Service-Based budgets, and associated service levels and performance measures for CreateTO during 2018 for the 2019 Budget Process.

 

Toronto Transit Commission

 

242.  City Council amend the Toronto Transit Commission’s 2018 Budget Committee Recommended complement to reflect the 27 positions required to deliver an additional 800 weekly hours of service to help address bus overcrowding in peak hours and to 30% above the current overcrowding standard for non-peak hours.

 

243.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) Conventional of $1,824.421 million gross, $576.842 million net, as amended by Recommendation 242, for the following service:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net

($000s)

TTC - Conventional

1,824,421.4

 

576,841.8

Total Program Budget

1,824,421.4

 

576,841.8

 

244.  City Council approve the Toronto Transit Commission staff complement of 14,396 positions, comprising 2,321 capital project delivery positions and 12,075 operating service delivery positions, as amended by Recommendation 242.

 

245.  City Council direct Toronto Transit Commission staff to continue to work with City staff on establishing its Service-Based budgets for Toronto Transit Commission (Conventional and Wheel-Trans), and associated service levels and performance measures during 2018 for the 2019 Budget process.

 

246.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Transit Commission Wheel-Trans Service of $152.055 million gross, $143.424 million net for the following service:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net

($000s)

Toronto Transit Commission - Wheel-Trans Service

152,055.2

 

143,424.1

Total Program Budget

152,055.2

 

143,424.1

 

247.  City Council approve the Toronto Transit Commission 2018 staff complement for Wheel-Trans Service of 588 operating service delivery positions

 

248.  City Council direct the Chief Executive Officer of the Toronto Transit Commission and the City Manager to continue discussions on partnering with the Province for permanent sustainable funding for impacts of legislated requirements of Wheel-Trans Services such as the impacts of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

 

Toronto Zoo

 

249.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Toronto Zoo of $52.092 million gross, $12.083 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Zoo Conservation and Science

17,805.1

 

15,798.4

Zoo Fundraising and Strategic Partnerships

2,824.1

 

356.6

Zoo Visitor Services

31,462.8

 

(4,072.2)

Total Program Budget

52,092.0

 

12,082.8

 

250.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Toronto Zoo as outlined on pages 14, 17, and 19 of the Toronto Zoo 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 396.0 operating service delivery positions.

 

251.  City Council approve the 2018 market rate adjustments to user fees for Toronto Zoo identified in Appendix 7 of the Toronto Zoo 2018 Operating Budget Notes, for inclusion in Municipal Code Chapter 441, Fees and Charges.

 

Yonge-Dundas Square

 

252.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Yonge-Dundas Square of $3.107 million gross, $0.000 million net for the following services:

 

Service:

Gross ($000s)

 

Net ($000s)

Public Square and Event Venue

3,106.5

 

0.0

Total Program Budget

3,106.5

 

0.0

 

253.  City Council approve the 2018 service levels for Yonge-Dundas Square as outlined on page 12 of the Yonge-Dundas Square 2018 Operating Budget Notes, and associated staff complement of 8.0 operating service delivery positions.

 

CORPORATE ACCOUNTS

 

254.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Operating Budget for Corporate Accounts of $1,745.252 million gross and ($54.515) million net composed of the following services:

 

 

Service:

Gross

($000s)

 

Revenue

($000s)

 

Net

($000s)

 

Capital and Corporate Financing

Non-Program Expenditures

Non-Program Revenues

977,244.7

684,970.1 83,037.5

 

47,829.5 179,958.4

1,571,979.0

 

       929,415.3

       505,011.7

(1,488,941.6)

Total Program Budget

1,745,252.3

 

1,799,766.9

 

(54,514.5)

                   

 

255. City Council approve the 2018 Non-Program associated staff complement of 12 operating service delivery positions.

 

256.  City Council approve the 2018 sinking fund levies of $291.462 million in respect of the City's outstanding debt.

 

257.  City Council, in approving the 2018 - 2027 Capital Budget and Plan, express its intent to ensure that the increase in the need for services attributable to the anticipated development will be met and that any future excess capacity identified will be paid for by development charges or other similar charges.

 

258.  City Council increase the authority delegated to the Mayor or the Mayor's Alternate and the Chief Financial Officer to enter into agreements on behalf of the City for the sale and issue, of debentures and revenue bonds, and for entering into bank loan agreements, from the current annual limit of $900 million to $950 million for 2018, and to amend City of Toronto Municipal Code Chapter 30, Debentures and other Borrowing, accordingly.  

 

259.  City Council approve the 2018 Budget Committee Recommended Tax Supported Operating Budget of $11.158 billion gross and $4.246 billion net including the special levy for the Scarborough Subway Extension and City Building Fund as detailed in Appendices 3.5.1, 3.5.2, and 3.5.3, consisting of:

 

a. a Base Budget of $10.952 billion gross and $4.124 billion net to deliver existing services and service levels;

 

b. an investment in new and enhanced services priorities of $136.337 million gross and $52.120 million net;

 

c.  contribution to the Scarborough Transit Reserve Fund from the 2018 Scarborough Subway Extension special levy property tax levy for the Scarborough Subway Extension of $40.699 million gross and net; and

 

d. contribution to the City Building Reserve Fund from the dedicated City Building property tax levy for priority transit and housing capital projects of $28.678 million gross and net.

 

260. City Council direct the General Manager, Transportation Services to continue discussions with Parks, Forestry and Recreation and Toronto and Region Conservation Authority to evaluate potential connections and bridges between the Centennial College Progress Campus and Military Trail Road as part of the 2018 Cycling Network Plan review and update the Ward Councillors (Councillors Ainslie and DeBaeremaeker) on the progress of the evaluation, including a workplan to implement the connections and any required funding, by the end of June, 2018.

 

261.  City Council receive the report (January 31, 2018) from the Treasurer and the Executive Director, Social Development, Finance and Administration respecting Social Procurement Program - Additional Resources and Achievements for 2018 for information

 

262.  City Council receive the report (February 5, 2018) Report from the City Manager and the Interim Chief Financial Officer respecting Intergovernmental Funding in the 2018-2027 Recommended Capital Budget and Plan for information.

 

263.  City Council direct that the following confidential materials remain confidential:

 

a.  (January 12, 2018) Confidential 2018 Operating Budget BN#31 -Impact on Counter and Customer Service Functions of Proposed Reductions in the Office of the Treasurer's 2018 Budget  

 

b.  (January 12, 2018) Confidential Attachment to 2018 Operating Budget BN#33 ­Auditor General's Annual and One-time Potential Savings

 

as they pertain to personal matters about an identifiable individual, including municipal or local board employees; the receiving of advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege; and labour relations or employee negotiations.

 

c.  EX31.2(j) - Toronto Public Health 2018 Operating Budget Request -Confidential Attachment – Summary of Confidential Reduction

 

as it pertains to personal matters about identifiable individuals, including municipal or local board employees, and labour relations and employee negotiations.

 

d.  EX31.2(k) - Student Nutrition Program – 2018 Operating Budget Request and Program Update - Confidential Attachment 1 to report from the City Solicitor - Legal Opinion from the City Solicitor on Student Nutrition Program

 

as it pertains to the receiving of advice that is subject to solicitor-client privilege.

 

Decision Advice and Other Information

The Executive Committee requested the Interim Chief Executive Officer, Toronto Transit Commission to report directly to City Council on February 12 and 13, 2018, on the number of buses taken off the road due to the opening of the Spadina-University Subway Extension and to what degree they have been moved to other routes to reduce bus over-crowding.

 

The City Manager, the Interim Chief Financial Officer, and the Executive Director, Financial Planning gave a presentation on Budget Committee Recommended 2018 Operating Budget and 2018-2027 Capital Budget and Plan.

Origin

(February 5, 2018) Report from the City Manager and the Interim Chief Financial Officer

Summary

This report presents the City of Toronto's Budget Committee (BC) Recommended Tax Supported 2018 Operating Budget and 2018 - 2027 Capital Budget and Plan.  The report seeks City Council approval for service budgets and associated service levels, and staffing detailed therein; the 2018 Capital Budget and future year cash flow commitments and planned estimates over the 2018 to 2027 capital planning period.   

 

The 2018 Operating Budget, as recommended by Budget Committee, is $11.089 billion gross and $4.176 billion net, representing an increase of $389.3 million or 3.6% in gross expenditures and $129.8 million or 3.2% in net expenditures over the 2017 Council Approved Operating Budget.  The $129.8 million net increase is offset by assessment growth and a residential property tax rate increase of 2.1%.

 

The City's services and service levels funded by the 2018 BC Recommended Budget require a staff complement of 52,581.7 positions (49,029.4 operating and 3,552.3 capital).  This represents an overall net increase of 426.4 positions