Request from the
Peel Police Services Board (PPSB) for an Upgrade
to the Existing VCOM System
Regional Council supported a recommendation from
the Peel Police Services Board (PPSB) recommending
that authority be granted to enter into direct
negotiations with Motorola to upgrade the vehicle
communication (VCOM system.
It is expected that the upgrade from the current
Motorola Smartzone 2.03 system to Smartzone 4.1
will expand the life of the VCOM system to the
Program to Reduce Red Light Running, Project Update,
Capital Project 02-4455 - City of Brampton and City
of Mississauga, All Wards
Regional Council is requesting the Government
of Ontario, through the Ministry of Transportation
to extend the red-light camera legislation (Bill
102, as amended by Bill 149) prior to November
20, 2004, for an indefinite period of time.
In the event that the Government of Ontario extends
the red-light camera legislation, approval to
extend the existing contract with Affiliated Computer
Systems was given for a fifth year.
The red-light camera pilot project has been an
effective tool in reducing fatal and injury collisions.
Beckett Sproule Facility
Upgrades, Capital Projects 02-1920, 03-1912, 04-1945,
04-1990, 04-1997 and 04-1998, Document 2004-172P
- City of Brampton, Ward 3
Regional Council awarded Document 2004-172P for
consulting services for the design and contract
administration services for upgrades to the Beckett
Sproule Pumping Station and Reservoir, to the
consulting engineering firm KMK Consultants Limited
for an estimated cost of $1,464,892, (excluding
applicable taxes), under Capital Projects 02-1920,
03-1912, 04-1945, 04-1990, 04-1997 and 04-1998
in accordance with Purchasing By-law 62-2001.
The Beckett Sproule facility is a key facility
in servicing demands for the Region of Peel and
the York/Peel servicing agreement.
Auto Dealership Alternate
Vehicle Access at Battleford Community Recycling
Centre, Capital Project 04-6271 - City of Mississauga,
Regional Council approved the construction of
a joint north-bound right turn lane for a right-in/right-out
access on Erin Mills Parkway, south of Battlefield
Road to permit access from Erin Mills Parkway
to two existing auto dealerships, as an alternative
to the existing Battleford Road entrances.
The additional access will help resolve traffic
access issues that the auto dealerships have experienced
through their current dedicated access off Battleford
The total estimated cost for the joint access
Health Information Management System Acquisition
Regional Council awarded Document 2003-661P,
for the supply of an information Management System
to Decade Software Canada Limited in the amount
of $277,696.50, (excluding applicable taxes) for
a three year period in accordance with Purchasing
In October, 2002 Regional Council endorsed development
of a food safety performance disclosure program
for the Region of Peel, including implementation
of a new management information system.
A new Management Information System is required
to support a food disclosure program and generate
more reliable and comprehensive information.