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County of Peterborough. Presentation to Cavendish Community Ratepayers Association Inc. Saturday, August 20 th , 2011 Gary King, CAO. Municipal Service Delivery in a two tier system. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • County of PeterboroughPresentation to Cavendish Community Ratepayers Association Inc.

    Saturday, August 20th, 2011

    Gary King, CAO

  • Municipal Service Delivery in a two tier system

    County of Peterborough

    Provincial legislation and regulation dictate both the composition of and service delivery responsibilities for municipalities ie: Regional Municipalities, Separated Municipalities, Single Tier, Counties, Townships, Towns and VillagesThe Municipal Act. R.S.O. 2001 sets out most of the division of responsibility (Section 11 Spheres of Jurisdiction see following chart)

  • Spheres of Jurisdiction (Section 11)

    Sphere of JurisdictionPart of Sphere AssignedUpper-tier Municipality (ies) to which Part of Sphere assignedExclusive or Non-Exclusive Assignment1. Highways, including parking and traffic on highwaysWhole sphereAll upper-tier municipalitiesNon-exclusive2. Transportation systems, other than highwaysAirportsAll upper-tier municipalitiesNon-exclusive FerriesAll upper-tier municipalitiesNon-exclusive Disabled passenger transportation systemsPeel, HaltonNon-exclusive Whole sphere, except airports and ferriesWaterloo, YorkExclusive3. Waste managementWhole sphere, except waste collectionDurham, Halton, Lambton, Oxford, Peel, Waterloo, YorkExclusive4. Public utilitiesSewage treatmentAll counties, Niagara, Waterloo, YorkNon-exclusive Durham, Halton, Muskoka, Oxford, PeelExclusive Collection of sanitary sewageAll counties, Niagara, Waterloo, YorkNon-exclusive Durham, Halton, Muskoka, Oxford, PeelExclusive Collection of storm water and other drainage from landAll upper-tier municipalitiesNon-exclusive Water production, treatment and storageAll upper-tier municipalities except countiesExclusive Water distributionNiagara, Waterloo, YorkNon-exclusive Oxford, Durham, Halton, Muskoka, PeelExclusive5. Culture, parks, recreation and heritageWhole sphereAll upper-tier municipalitiesNon-exclusive6. Drainage and flood control, except storm sewersWhole sphereAll upper-tier municipalitiesNon-exclusive7. Structures, including fences and signsWhole sphere, except fences and signsOxfordNon-exclusive8. Parking, except on highwaysMunicipal parking lots and structuresAll upper-tier municipalitiesNon-exclusive9. AnimalsNoneNone 10. Economic development servicesPromotion of the municipality for any purpose by the collection and dissemination of informationDurhamExclusiveAll counties, Halton, Muskoka, Niagara, Oxford, Peel, Waterloo, YorkNon-exclusive Acquisition, development and disposal of sites for industrial, commercial and institutional usesDurhamExclusiveHalton, Lambton, OxfordNon-exclusive11. Business licensingOwners and drivers of taxicabs, tow trucks, buses and vehicles (other than motor vehicles) used for hire Taxicab brokers Salvage business Second-hand goods businessNiagara, WaterlooExclusiveDrainage business, plumbing business YorkExclusiveLodging houses, septic tank businessYork Non-exclusive

  • Municipal Service Delivery in a two tier system continued

    County of Peterborough

    However, there are hundreds of other pieces of legislation that also apply to determine the types of services and the standards for service that are deliveredie: Planning Act, Homes for the Aged Act, Police Services Act, Consolidated Municipal Service Manager legislation, Social Housing Reform Act, Ambulance Act, Environmental Assessment Act, Drainage Act, Ontario Works Act, Highway Traffic Act, Municipal Elections Act, etc.

  • Municipal Service Delivery in a two tier system continued

    County of Peterborough

    Within the Peterborough area we haveThe County of Peterborough upper tierThe City of Peterborough separated City8 Townships lower tier:Asphodel-NorwoodCavan-MonaghanDouro-DummerGalway-Cavendish and Harvey

    v. Havelock-Belmont-Methuenvi. North KawarthaOtonabee-South MonaghanSmith-Ennismore-Lakefield

  • Municipal Service Delivery in a two tier system continued

    County of Peterborough

    Every 4 years in October the Townships conduct a municipal election for CouncilThe Reeve and Deputy Reeve (or Mayor and Deputy Mayor) elected within each of the 8 Townships automatically have a seat on County Council for the same 4 year termEvery 2 years the County Councillors elect a Warden from amongst the Council membership

  • Municipal Service Delivery in a two tier system continued

    County of Peterborough

    The division or sharing of service delivery responsibility can occasionally be determined based upon historical involvement and agreement between the two different tiers (ie: in some Counties it may differ!)

  • In our area

    County of Peterborough

    County TownshipsCityLand Ambulance FireSocial Services (CMSM)Planning-GIS-Land Division Parks & RecreationSocial Housing (CMSM)Public Works Public WorksProvincial Offenses (CMSM) - Arterial Roads & Bridges - Local RoadsChildrens Services (CMSM)Environmental Services Waste ManagementLandfill (50/50 with County) - Landfill (50/50 with City) - May own a landfillEconomic Development - Recycling - Garbage collection (GPAEDC with County)Lang Pioneer Village Local Official PlansEmergency Planning/911 & ZoningAdmin (Finance/HR/Clerk) Local Tourism &Economic Development Economic Development (GPAEDC with City) Admin (Finance/Clerk)Fairhaven Home for Aged

  • Review of 2010 Accomplishments...

    County of Peterborough

    Some of the more prominent projects completed and/or advanced during 2010 include:Completion of the Weaver Shop construction at Lang Pioneer Village after 3 years of planning, preparation and funding delaysImplementation of the EMS-Buckhorn Pilot project seasonal placement of Ambulance helped improve response times and reduce cross-border relianceComplete development of Trip-Click tourism mapping product partnered with Peterborough & Kawartha Tourism

  • Review of 2010 ...continued

    County of Peterborough

    A record number and value of capital road and bridge projects for a single fiscal year were completed in 2010. (18 projects with combined value of $8.3 million)Conversion of IT hardware to blade server system for improved security, redundancy and capacityCommencement of construction of the Eastern Ontario Regional Broadband Network (EORN) after a 2 year application/negotiation process involving senior governments and private sector partners estimated project value: in excess of $200 million

  • Review of 2010 ...continued

    County of Peterborough

    Completion of asset valuation and implementation of PSAB (Public Sector Accounting Board) principles for financial managementConclude the Official Plan Growth allocation conformity exercise required under the Places to Grow ActCouncil approval to commence re-alignment and consolidation of Blue Box recycling collection routesImprove efficiency and enhance waste diversionImplementation date April 4th, 2011

  • 2011 Budget Highlights

    County of Peterborough

  • Gross Budget $53,972,996

    County of Peterborough

    How or where the budget is proposed to be spentBased upon initial Draft presented February 25th, 2011Shows Dollar expenditure and Percentage of budget by Department

  • Gross Budget $53,972,996

    County of Peterborough

    Sources of funds (by Dollar amount and Percentage)Based upon initial Draft presented February 25th, 2011

  • County of Peterborough

    If your assessment was $100,000 for 2010, you paid $356.65 for the County portion of your tax billIf your assessment was $100,000 for 2010 and increased by 7% to $107,000 for 2011 (the approximate County-wide reassessment phase-in), you will pay $363.99 for the County portion of your tax bill... An increase of $7.34

    County of Peterborough Taxes Comparison of County Residential Property Taxes Includes: General, Hospital and Curbside Levy

  • 2011 Corporate Objectives and PrioritiesBy Department

    County of Peterborough

  • General AdministrationOffice of the CAO/Clerk/Strategic Services

    County of Peterborough

    Attendance/participation at various meetings: Council, Management Team, Joint Services and other committees, GPA EDC Board, Lang Pioneer Village, Accessibility Advisory, EOWC, EORN Board, etc. as necessary or scheduledWork as Secretary-Treasurer of the Eastern Ontario Wardens Caucus for 2011 (attend meetings, Agendas and Minutes, arrange delegations and correspondence/communications)Continue support for EORN Regional Broadband as EOWC co-lead for the project, and through EORN purchase of service agreement with County

  • General Administration...continued

    County of Peterborough

    Assist in development and presentation of post-election Council Orientation packageAssist with Labour Relations when necessary/appropriate (ie for 2011: HR Director recruitment, Collective Bargaining CUPE 4911 and CUPE 1306, performance management, grievances/arbitrations)Implement Phase 1 of Ontario Municipal Records Management System (TOMRMS) Electronic Document ManagementAccessibility legislation policy development , reporting and training

  • General Administration...continued

    County of Peterborough

    Communication of projects/priorities to Management Team, internal staff, Townships and external organizations/stakeholdersContinue development of web-based incident/accident/claims management systemCompletion of County Forest Management PlanWork with Kawartha Cooperative Purchasing Association to identify and secure group/bulk purchasing savings

  • Human Resources Department

    County of Peterborough

    Health & Safety Audit: complete policy and procedure development as follow-up to audit recommendations and ar

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