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  • 1. Servicing and Stormwater
  • 2. Policy Objective – Servicing and Stormwater
    • Places to Grow Growth Plan
    • Provincial Policy Statement
    • City of Toronto Official Plan
    • Servicing and Stormwater Management Master Plan
    • Wet Weather Flow Master Plan
  • 3. Servicing and Stormwater – Assessment:
    • Little existing servicing infrastructure
    • Majority of servicing infrastructure privately owned and opperated
    • Private servicing not of suitable capacity and location for future developments.
  • 4. Servicing and Stormwater – Resolution:
    • Internal private networks replaced by public networks in municipal right-of-ways.
    • New public systems
    • External networks improved to support future development
  • 5. Wet Weather Flow Master Plan Goals:
    • Water Balance – erosion control, groundwater recharge, downstream habitat protection
    • Water Quality – for protection of water resources
    • Water Quantity – peak flow control, flood management, runoff control
  • 6. Recommended Stormwater collection system
  • 7. Recommended Wastewater Collection System
  • 8. Servicing and Stormwater System Cost Analysis Item Cost Water System $5,110,000 Wastewater System $10,630,000 Stormwater Trunk Sewer $5,160,000 Total $20,900,000
  • 9. Servicing and Stormwater - Strengths RESIDENTS *Improved water and sewer services *Plan forward thinking -future needs EMPLOYMENT *Existing and future business located in the north- east side will benefit. *Networks maintained by the city. DEVELOPERS *Upgrade done before development, no disruption after project constructed. Less future cost.
  • 10. Servicing and Stormwater - Weaknesses RESIDENTS *Traffic jams. *Unpleasant streetscape. *Possible difficulty in mobility for people with disabilities. EMPLOYMENT *businesses may suffer losses during construction. *Loss of control. DEVELOPERS *construction has to be held off until new infrastructure in place.
  • 11. Servicing and Stormwater - Opportunities RESIDENTS *greater variety of water usage ex. swimming pools, community farming, green houses etc. EMPLOYMENT *improved value of business. *greater business variety. DEVELOPERS *possibility to develop new areas = profit
  • 12. Servicing and Stormwater – Threats RESIDENTS * new infrastructure, may result in higher taxes. EMPLOYMENT * new environmental/ sustainable regulations - higher operating costs? *new taxes/charges. *new business = more competition DEVELOPERS *higher land development charges. *complications political / bureaucratic reasons.
  • 13. Servicing and Stormwater – Conclusion The plan provides for the develpoment of public water, sanitary and stormwater sewer systems in order to support further growth and development within the plan.
  • 14. Heritage and Archaeology
  • 15. Plan Objective – Heritage and Archaeology
    • Heritage Building Conservation Study
    • - Aviation and Military History
    • Plan Identifies Cultural and Natural features
    • Consultation and Communication with the Federal Heritage Building Review Office
  • 16.  
  • 17. Heritage and Archaeology – Strengths RESIDENTS *Benefits from cultural and natural heritage, open space, beautification. *Healthier lifestyle. EMPLOYMENT *Sustainable work environment . DEVELOPERS *Design in natural setting = beautification without spending $$$. *Marketing potential
  • 18. Heritage and Archaeology - Weaknesses RESIDENTS *Tax $$$ used somewhere else. *William Baker neighbourhood not recognized. *Natural heritage = small area & recreated. *Participation? EMPLOYMENT *May constrict allowable uses DEVELOPERS *Heritage buildings not attractive. *Constricts development. *Archeological assessment $$$.
  • 19. Heritage and Archaeology – Opportunity RESIDENTS *Reuse and readapt. *Involved in preservation of heritage EMPLOYMENT *Historical businesses: museums, galleries *Film industry DEVELOPERS *Market sustainable design and heritage preservation. *Redevelop heritage buildings.
  • 20. Heritage and Archaeology – Threats RESIDENTS *Large and obstructive buildings. *Upkeep = tax $$$ spent EMPLOYMENT *Additional taxes? *Noise or environmental controls implemented DEVELOPERS *Lower profits / Higher risks. *Archeological findings.
  • 21. Conclusion– Heritage and Archaeology
    • Plan identifies Heritage sites
    • It may provide costly and inefficient to maintain some of the buildings
    • Natural Heritage protected but small area.
    • Communication and Cooperation with the FHBRO may prove difficult