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2016-110 Fees & Charges By-law - office consolidation Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 The Corporation of the Township of Oro-Medonte By-Law No. 2016-110 A By-law of The Corporation of the Township of Oro-Medonte To provide for the imposition of fees or charges (Fees and Charges By-law) And to Repeal By-law Nos. 2015-115, 2015-146, 2015-147, 2015-179, 2015-217, 2016-069, 2016-095 and 2016-104 Whereas Section 8 of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25, as amended provides the powers of a municipality under this or any other Act shall be interpreted broadly so as to confer broad authority on the municipality to enable the municipality to govern its affairs as it considers appropriate and to enhance the municipality’s ability to respond to municipal issues; And Whereas Section 9 of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25, as amended provides that a municipality has the capacity, rights, powers and privileges of a natural person for the purpose of exercising its authority under this or any other Act; And Whereas Part XII, Section 391(1) of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25, as amended, authorizes a municipality to impose fees or charges on persons, for services or activities provided or done by or on behalf of it; for costs payable by it for services or activities provided or done by or on behalf of any other municipality or local board; and for the use of its property including property under its control; And Whereas Section 391(2) of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001 c.25, as amended, provides that a fee or charge for capital costs related to services or activities may be imposed on persons not receiving an immediate benefit from the services or activities but who will receive a benefit at some later point in time; And Whereas subsection 391(3) of the Municipal Act, 2001 provides that the costs included in a fee or charge may include costs incurred by a municipality related to administration, enforcement and the establishment, acquisition and replacement of capital assets; And Whereas Section 11(3) of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25, as amended, provides that a municipality may pass by-laws respecting matters relating to public utilities; And Whereas The Corporation of the Township of Oro-Medonte operates and maintains communal tile beds hereinafter referred to as the “sewage works”; And Whereas the Council of The Corporation of the Township of Oro-Medonte deems it necessary to impose a sewer service charge upon those lands that derive a benefit from the sewage works; And Whereas The Corporation of the Township of Oro-Medonte operates and maintains municipal water systems; And Whereas Section 398(2) of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25, as amended, provides the Treasurer of a local municipality may add charges imposed by the municipality under Part XII of the said Act to the tax roll for the property to which the public utility was supplied and collect them in the same manner as municipal taxes; And Whereas Section 110 of the Municipal Act, 2001, S.O. 2001, c. 25, as amended, provides that a municipality may enter into agreements for the provision of municipal capital facilities by any person and may pass by-laws to enter into agreements relating thereto; And Whereas The Corporation of the Township off Oro-Medonte has entered into such an agreement with Skyline Utility Services Inc. in regards to the Horseshoe Valley Resort Waste Water Treatment Plant, pursuant to By-law No. 2014-075, that is owned and operated by Skyline Utility Services Inc.; Page 1 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 And Whereas Section 69(1) of the Planning Act, R.S.O., 1990, c.P.13, as amended, provides that a municipality may establish a tariff of fees for the processing of applications; And Whereas Section 7(1) of the Building Code Act, 1992, S.O. 1992, c.23, as amended, authorizes the Council of a municipality to pass by-laws requiring the payment of fees on applications for and on the issuance of permits, requiring the payment of fees for maintenance inspections, and prescribing the amounts of the fees; And Whereas Section 5(0.1) of the Fire Protection and Prevention Act, 1997, S.O. 1997, c.4, as amended, authorizes a municipality to establish, maintain and operate a fire department for all or any part of the municipality. Now Therefore the Council of the Township of Oro-Medonte hereby enacts as follows: 1. That this By-law be known as the “Fees and Charges By-law”. 2. That the following Schedules, attached hereto, form part of this By-law: Schedule A Administration Schedule B Building Schedule C Fire & Emergency Services Schedule D Recreation and Community Services Schedule E Planning Schedule F Transportation Schedule G Sewer Schedule H Finance Schedule I Municipal Law Enforcement Schedule J Water Schedule K Waste Water Treatment Schedule L Water Upgrades for Horseshoe Valley Settlement Area 3. That Appendix "1" attached hereto lists services and fees imposed under separate by-laws, Acts, Ontario Regulations. 4. Any person desirous of using those services or property of the Township of Oro- Medonte described in Schedules "A" to and including "L" shall pay the fee set out opposite the description or name of the particular service or property, as shown in Schedules "A" to and including "L". 5. Despite the provision of Section 4, Council or its delegated authority may, in its discretion upon application to it, waive or reduce the fees set out in Schedules "A" to and including “L” for any person, on a one time or on a continuing basis. 6. All fees payable under this by-law shall be payable in advance of providing the service except for: a) emergency services; b) actions taken by the Township of Oro-Medonte to rectify failures or by-law infractions on the part of a resident; c) specific fees prescribed in Schedule “E” (Planning) to this by-law; in which case the fee payable will be in arrears and invoiced subsequent to the service or activity provided. 7. If for any reason fees owing under this by-law remain unpaid after 30 days, same shall bear interest at the rate of 1.25% per month until paid in full. In addition to any interest owing, each payment that is not paid when due, shall bear an administrative penalty of $25.00. Page 2 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 8. Where a deposit is required under this by-law for services rendered by the Township, and actual costs exceed the deposited amount, such costs shall be deemed to be fees owing under this by-law and Section 7 of this by-law shall pertain to such outstanding costs. 9. Any fees that are owing to the Township of Oro-Medonte and that are unpaid are a debt to the Township of Oro-Medonte and, together with all interest and penalties accrued thereupon, may be collected by the Township of Oro-Medonte by action or may be collected by the Township of Oro-Medonte on its behalf or may be collected in like manner as taxes. 10. Should any Section, subsection, clause, paragraph or provision of this By-law, including any part of the Schedules to this By-law, be declared by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, the same shall not affect the validity of the By-law as a whole or any part thereof, other than the provision or part of the Schedule so declared to be invalid. 11. That By-law Nos. 2015-115, 2015-146, 2015-147, 2015-179, 2015-217, 2016- 069, 2016-095 and 2016-104 are hereby repealed in their entirety. 12. Any other By-law or part thereof inconsistent with the provisions of this By-law is hereby repealed. 13. And That this by-law shall come into force and take effect on the final passing thereof. By-law No. 2016-110, As Amended and Consolidated Page 3 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule "A" to By-Law No. 2016-110 Administration 1. Compliance Reports (subject to 5 day turnaround time) a) Building Information $ 50.00 b) Septic Information $ 50.00 c) Environmental $ 50.00 d) Subdivision Information $ 50.00 e) Zoning Information $ 50.00 f) Development Charge/Lot Levy Information $ 20.00 2. Documents a) Fire & Emergency Services Master Plan $ 20.00 (Background material) b) Official Plan $ 53.50 c) Zoning By-law $ 42.80 d) Recreation Master Plan $ 40.00 3. Historical Books a) Hills of Oro $ 3.00 b) Kith 'n Kin $ 37.00 c) Knox Presbyterian Church $ 3.15 d) Medonte A Township Remembered (retail) $ 37.00 (wholesale) $ 29.91 e) Oro African Church (retail) $ 15.00 (wholesale) $ 9.00 f) Story of Oro $ 13.65 Note: Prices include all applicable taxes. 4. Line Fence Dispute Administration Fee $30.00/call 5. Maps Planning a) 11” x 17” $ 5.00 b) Oversize $ 10.00 c) Large format printer 36” x 48” (maximum) black and white $ 5.00 36” x 48” (maximum) colour $ 10.00 d) Township Road Map $ 10.00 6. Commissioning of Documents Commissioning Fee $ 10.00 Note: The above-noted Commissioning Fee shall only apply to non-municipal related documents. 7. Miscellaneous a) Assessment Information (floppy disk) $ 300.00 b) Photocopies - for all departments Black and White $ 0.30/page Colour $ 0.50/page c) Township Flag $ 57.00 d) Township Pins $ 3.00 8. Municipal Address Signage a) Sign Posts $ 7.00 b) Municipal Address Sign $ 15.00 Page 4 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule "A" to By-Law No. 2016-110– Administration continued… 9. Land Purchase Request Administration Fee (non-refundable) $ 250.00 Deposit Upon Council’s Approval $ 5,000.00 Note: In the event that the applicant chooses not to proceed with the land purchase request, the deposit, minus any costs already incurred by the Township with respect to the potential purchase/sale, will be refunded to the applicant. The applicant will be supplied with copies of invoices which shall identify the costs that have already been incurred by the Township. 10. Request to Lift Reserve Blocks Administration Fee (non-refundable) $ 250.00 Note: The applicant shall be responsible for all costs incurred by the Township with respect to their request, whether the request is approved or not. The applicant shall be invoiced accordingly, and any such invoice shall include copies of invoices which shall identify the costs that have been incurred by the Township. 11. Request for Easement Over Municipal Property Administration Fee (non-refundable) $ 250.00 Note: The applicant shall be responsible for all costs incurred by the Township with respect to their request, whether the request is approved or not. The applicant shall be invoiced accordingly, and any such invoice shall include copies of invoices which shall identify the costs that have been incurred by the Township. 12. Encroachment and License Agreements Application Fee $ 700.00 Annual Fee (utilizing own insurance) $ 100.00 Annual Fee (utilizing Township insurance) $ 200.00 13. Additional Costs Incurred When the Township, or another municipal, provincial or federal agency/entity on the Township’s behalf, takes actions or pays money to rectify failures, by-law infractions or situations created by, or on behalf of a person, including but not limited to non-compliance with the terms of any agreement or permit or license, such person shall be responsible for all costs paid or payable by the Township including the cost of staff time, equipment expenses and other expenses incurred by the Township. The person responsible shall be invoiced for all costs. The minimum invoice shall not be for less than three hours of time or $1,000. Page 5 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule "B" to By-Law No. 2016-110 Building 1. Calculation of Permit Fees Permit fees shall be calculated based on the formula given below, unless otherwise specified in the schedule. The minimum fee for a permit shall be $200.00 unless specifically stated as a flat rate. Any fee not determined in the following is determined at the discretion of the Chief Building Official. Permit Fee = Service Index (SI) x Total gross floor area (A) Note: Gross floor area (A) is measured to the outer face of exterior walls and to the centre of fire walls. 2. Permit Fees Building Classification & Construction: Service Index (SI) 2 $ / ft Non Residential Occupancies 2.1 Group A Group B (Assembly occupancies) (Care occupancies) Churches, Schools, Arenas, etc. Detention, Nursing homes, Group homes, Hospitals, etc. a) New Construction 1.00 b) Renovation / Alteration to the above 0.45 c) Accessory Buildings to the above 0.60 Group D Group E (Business & Personal (Mercantile) Retail Stores, Supermarkets, Services) Restaurants up to 30 seats, etc. Offices, Hair Salons, Banks, etc. a) New Construction 1.00 b) Renovation / Alteration to the above 0.45 c) Accessory Buildings to the above 0.60 Group F (Industrial Occupancies) Warehouses, Manufacturing, etc. a) New Construction 0.90 b) Renovation / Alteration to the above 0.45 c) Accessory Buildings to the above 0.60 d) Fire Code Retrofit as a result of Fire Department inspection Minor – as determined by CBO Minimum Fee Major – as determined by CBO 0.45 of floor area affected Agricultural Storage Buildings (Maximum $ 800.00) 0.25 Pole barn, Coverall style building, etc. Agricultural Barns, Riding Arenas, Viewing areas 0.45 Page 6 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule "B" to By-Law No. 2016-110– Building continued… Residential Occupancies 2.2 Group C (Residential Occupancies) a) New Construction - gross floor area 1.55 b) New/Alterations or repairs to an unfinished 0.45 Basement or Crawl Space under an existing home c) Renovation/Alteration/finishing basement 0.45 d) Convert existing garage to habitable space 0.45 e) Accessory Building / Garage 0.45 f) Decks, covered porches, balconies i) Up to 200 sqft. Minimum fee ii) Over 200 sqft. Flat Rate $ 300.00 g) Solid fuel burning appliance (woodstove, pellet Minimum fee stove, fireplace, etc.) Other Miscellaneous Work: Flat Rate 2.3 Portable Buildings (School portables, sales office or $ 300.00 portables used as accessory buildings, etc) Tents (short term for special events or a summer season) 2 Up to 2,420 ftaggregate area Minimum fee 2 Over 2,420 ftaggregate area $ 300.00 Demolition $ 150.00 Demolition - Engineered $ 300.00 Change of Use (No construction proposed) Minimum fee Designated structures under Div A 1.3.1.1. $ 300.00 Retaining walls signs under Div B 3.15 2 Solar Collector on a building >5mtotal area Wind Turbine >3kW Outdoor pool, public spa under Div B 3.11 & 3.12 Etc. Plumbing Fixture units, as a plumbing permit Minimum fee Plumbing Fixture units as part of a building permit $ 8/fixture unit Sewage System: Flat Rate 2.4 Septic Size Verification $ 100.00 Holding Tank (Class 5) $ 250.00 Leaching pit (Class 2) $ 100.00 Sewage System Permit $ 425.00 Septic Bed Replacement $ 275.00 Septic Tank Replacement $ 150.00 Page 7 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule "B" to By-Law No. 2016-110– Building continued… Miscellaneous: Flat Rate 2.5 Transfer Permit (to new owner) $ 75.00 Re-inspection Fee $ 75.00 Certified Model Home Review (Non-refundable) $ 200.00 per model L.L.B.O. inspection & letters for occupant loads $ 100.00 Permit Revision (in addition to applicable permit fees) $ 75.00 File Search $ 50.00 No charge for current homeowners making simple requests *defined by CBO Annual file maintenance fee $ 75.00 Note: Applicable on permits not granted a final after three (3) years subsequent to permit issuance. On-site Sewage System Maintenance Program (Ontario Regulation 315/10) Administration Fee & Inspection Fee – as of $ 145.00 June 14, 2017 3. Refund of Permit Fees 3.1 Pursuant to this by-law, the portion of the total calculated permit fees that may be refunded shall be a percentage of the total fees payable under this by-law, calculated as follows in regard to functions undertaken by the municipality: a) 75% if administrative function only have been performed; b) 50% if administrative and plans examination functions have been performed; c) 25% if the permit has been issued and no field inspections have been performed subsequent to permit issuance; or d) 0% if any field inspections have been performed subsequent to permit issuance. 3.2 The permit fee shall be returned to the person named on the fee receipt, unless such person advises the Chief Building Official, in writing and prior to release of the refund, of a change in name, in which case the refund shall be returned to the person then authorized to receive it. 4. Deposits & Securities Lot Grading Deposit 4.1 $ 1,000.00 Applicable for new construction as required by Township policies & procedures. Refundable upon satisfactory inspection minus any applicable charges. Conditional Permit Security 4.2 $ 5,000.00 As requested and issued by the Chief Building Official, to be paid in addition to applicable permit fees. 5. Notes 5.1 Total fee is payable upon receipt of completed application. 5.2 Where a person is found to have commenced construction or demolition of a building without a permit having been issued, the permit fee shall be doubled, minimum fee of $200.00 in addition to required fees will be applied to cover the cost of administration and enforcement. 5.3 Compassion fee - Permit fees for a rebuild due to fire (fire restoration or a new build same size) will be charged at 50% of the determined fees, but not less than the minimum fee. Page 8 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule "C" to By-Law No. 2016-110 Fire & Emergency Services 1. Request for Fire Report $ 50.00 1.1 Residential Request for Information a) Mortgage Clearance Letter $ 50.00 b) Change of Ownership $ 50.00 1.2 Non-Residential Inspection a) Day Care, Nursery $ 75.00 b) Group Homes, Rooming Houses $ 75.00 c) Hotels $ 150.00 1.3 Inspection of Premises or Building (not including inspections resulting from building permit applications) a) under 20,000 sq. ft. $ 75.00 b) over 20,000 sq. ft. $ 100.00 1.4 Inspections Required by L.L.B.O. $ 75.00 Note: Inspection of public hall facilities that are requested by owner, etc. 1.5 Fireworks Inspections and Approvals $ 75.00 Note: Inspection of the site from which fireworks will be and have been ignited or inspection of a fireworks storage site, if located within Oro- Medonte. 2. Apparatus Stand-by $ 150.00/hour Note: Use of Fire Department apparatus for stand-by fire protection during shows, exhibition, demonstrations, etc. 3. False Alarms Flat Rate Automatic alarm Systems/Detectors $ 450.00 Note: After 3 per 12 Month Period: for non notification to work on system or poor maintenance. 4. Elevator Calls – After First Call $ 150.00 5. Response to Open Air Fire Deemed Out of Control MTO Rates/HR. Note: Where resident is not in attendance or is unwilling or unable to adequately extinguish the fire. 6. Motor Vehicle Collision Kings Highway MTO Rates/HR. 7. Air Boat Response $ 200.00/hour Air Boat Staff $ 100.00/hour/staff member (minimum of 4 staff) Note: Any person requiring the services of the Oro-Medonte Air Boat who is in contravention of any Federal or Provincial Act or Regulation or who has not exercised reasonable care in their actions, thus necessitating the use of the Air Boat, will be liable for costs incurred. Each incident will be billed for the actual time spent with a minimum charge of 1 hour. 8. Hazardous Materials Control/Clean Up $ 350.00/vehicle/hour With a total cost recovery for all materials used $ 100.00/hour/ staff member Page 9 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule "D" to By-Law No. 2016-110 Recreation and Community Services 1. Definitions: For the purpose of this Schedule: “Non-resident” shall mean an individual who does not either reside or rent/own property within the boundaries of the Township of Oro- Medonte”. 2. Ice Rentals 2017-2018 Season Prime Time $ 199.00/hour (4:00 p.m. to Close & Weekends & Holidays) Non-Prime Time $ 120.00/hour (before 4:00 p.m. Mon. to Fri.) Minor Sports - Prime Time $ 155.00/hour (4:00 p.m. to Close & Weekends & Holidays) Minor Sports - Non-Prime Time $ 120.00/hour (before 4:00 p.m. Mon. to Fri.) 3. Non-Ice Rentals (Arena Floor Space) Adult $ 60.00/hour Minor Sports $ 48.00/hour Floor for events/show $ 589.00/day Floor for events/show with Dancing (including SOCAN) $ 653.00/day 4. Public Skating Adults $ 2.00 (On admission (pay at the door) – no permit required) Youth $ 1.00 (On admission (pay at the door) – no permit required) Seniors $ 0.00 Pre-School $ 0.00 5. Banquet Hall Rentals Rental – 4 hour time period $165.00 Tournaments/Banquets $199.00/full day Party/Reception (including SOCAN) $443.00 + staffing expenses 6. Ball Diamond Rentals 2016 2017 Adult with Lights $34.00/hour $36.00/hour Adult without Lights $18.00/hour $19.00/hour Minor with Lights $28.00/hour $30.00/hour Minor without Lights $14.00/hour $15.00/hour 7. Pavilions 2016 Bayview Memorial Park $105.00 (Hydro – accommodates up to 200 persons) Vasey $64.00 Page 10 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule "D" to By-Law No. 2016-110– Recreation and Community Services continued… 8. Permit Parking Daily or Annual Permit Bayview Memorial Park Line 9 Boat Launch Non-Resident Parking (Daily) $ 20.00/vehicle/day Non-Resident Parking Pass (Annual) $ 110.00/year Annual Permit Only Carthew Bay Boat Launch on Lakeshore Road East Shanty Bay Boat Launch Shanty Bay Wharf Non-Resident Parking Pass (Annual) $ 110.00/year Note: This fee shall be in force and effect for the locations identified seven (7) days a week, for the period commencing the Saturday of the Victoria Day weekend to Labour Day inclusive, in each year 9. Facilities Old Town Hall – Rental – 4 hour minimum $120.00 $182.00/full day Arena Meeting Room – 3 hour minimum $38.00/hour 10. Simcoe County District School Board Rates as outlined in current Joint Use Agreement 11. Advertising Recreation Guide Size Dimensions Per Issue Plus HST Eighth Page 3.7083” Wide x 2” High $ 129.00 Quarter Page Banner (7.375” Wide x 2” High) or $ 259.00 Vertical (3.7093” Wide x 4.9107” High) Half Page 7.375” Wide x 4.9107” High $ 359.00 Outside or 7.375” Wide x 9.875” High $ 799.00 Back Cover Inside Front or Back Covers Quarter Page Banner (7.375” Wide x 2” High) or $ 299.00 Vertical (3.7093” Wide x 4.9107” High) Half Page 7.375” Wide x 4.9107” High $ 429.00 Note: 10% Discount for a Yearly Commitment of 3 Guides Arena Location Size Per Season Rink Board 7 ft. Wide x 2.5 ft. High $ 650.00 Wall Boards 4 ft. Wide x 8 ft. High or $300.00 8 ft. Wide x 4 ft. Wide 12. Deposits Key Deposit $ 25.00/key 13. Horseshoe Valley Memorial Park Tennis Court Use - Public Time Allocation 20.00 (Annual Fee per Resident) Notes: Fees and charges identified in this Schedule include all applicable taxes, unless otherwise specified. Fees and charges on Sections 2 and 3 also include the arena reserve capital charge. Page 11 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule "E" to By-Law No. 2016-110 Planning 1. Pre-Consultation Application 1.1 Non Refundable Application Fee $ 300.00 2. Development Application 2.1 Amendment to the Official Plan a) Non Refundable Application Fee $ 1500.00 b) Refundable Deposit against expenses and actual costs $ 1200.00 2.2 Amendment to the Zoning By-law and Temporary Use By- laws a) Non Refundable Application fee $ 1500.00 b) Refundable deposit against expenses and actual costs $ 1200.00 2.3 Amendment to the Zoning By-law as a Condition of Provisional Consent a) Non Refundable Application fee $ 600.00 b) Refundable Deposit against expenses and actual costs $ 1200.00 2.4 Amendment to the Zoning By-law for a “Bed and Breakfast Establishment” a) Non Refundable Application fee $ 600.00 b) Refundable Deposit against expenses and actual costs $ 1200.00 2.5 Draft Plan of Subdivision or Condominium a) Non Refundable Application Fee: i) Less than 20 lots/units/POTLs $ 5000.00 ii) Greater than or equal to 20 lots/units/POTLs $ 5000.00 + $100/Lot/Unit/POTL* * To a maximum of $ 20,000.00 b) Refundable Deposit against expenses and actual $ 10,000.00 costs c) Red-line revision application fee $ 1500.00 d) Draft Plan Extension $ 1000.00 e) Final Plans Registration & Agreement $ 1000.00 f) Part Lot Control Application Fee $ 1500.00 g) Part Lot Control - Refundable Deposit against $ 5000.00 expenses and actual costs h) Amendment to Subdivision or Condominium $ 500.00 Agreement i) Pre-Servicing Agreement $ 1500.00 j) Model Home Agreement $ 1500.00 2.6 Site Plan Approval a) Up to 500 square metres of Gross Floor Area as defined in Township’s Zoning By-law (i) Non Refundable Application Fee $ 1000.00 (ii) Refundable Deposit against expenses & actual $ 1000.00 costs b) Over 500 square metres of Gross Floor Area as defined in Township’s Zoning By-law and all New Buildings (i) Non Refundable Application Fee $ 1500.00 (ii) Refundable Deposit against expenses & actual $ 5000.00 costs 2.7 Site Plan Revision a) Non Refundable Application Fee $ 500.00 b) Refundable Deposit against expenses and actual costs $ 275.00 Page 12 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule "E" to By-Law No. 2016-110– Planning continued… 2.8 Site Plan Agreement and Removal of Holding Provision on Unassumed or private road or Model Home Agreement a) Non Refundable Combined Application fee $ 500.00 b) Registration Fee $ 275.00 2.9 Provisional Consent a) Application Fee $ 1000.00 b) Validation of Title $ 500.00 c) Re-Circulation/Deferral Fee $ 250.00 d) Amendment to Conditions of Provisional Consent $ 250.00 2.10 Minor Variance a) Non Refundable Application fee $ 700.00 b) Re-Circulation/Deferral Fee $ 250.00 2.11 Removal of Holding Symbol a) Non Refundable Application Fee $ 400.00 b) Refundable Deposit $ 1000.00 2.12 Deeming By-law a) Non Refundable Application Fee $ 300.00 b) Refundable Deposit $ 1000.00 2.13 Zoning Certificate - Complete Permit Submission $ 75.00 2.14 Solar Project - Micro Fit $ 250.00 2.15 Solar Project – Fit Between 11-50 KW $ 350.00 Between 51-100 KW $ 500.00 Over 100 KW $ 5000.00 2.16 Telecommunications Tower Project $ 500.00 2.17 Risk Management Official or Risk Management Inspector Services a) Duties of the Risk Management Official or Risk $120.00/hour Management Inspector regarding a residential use or $240.00 home based occupation as defined by the Zoning By-law deposit and pursuant to the Clean Water Act b) Duties of the Risk Management Official or Risk $120.00/hour Management Inspector regarding a use other than $1,200.00 residential use or home based occupation and pursuant deposit to the Clean Water Act 3. Payment of Fees, Expenses and Actual Costs 3.1 The total amount payable is payable upon receipt of a completed application form and prior to formal presentation to Council or its advisory bodies. Application fees are non-refundable and are applicable on a per lot basis. 3.2 The applicant is liable for any direct costs incurred by the Township during the processing of planning applications including legal, engineering, and other consultant fees. These costs shall be invoiced to the applicant on a monthly basis. In the event there is a security deposit on file with the Township, these fees shall be dedicated from said deposit and where a minimum balance is required throughout the processing of an application as set out in the Schedule of Planning Fees, the applicant shall be invoiced an amount to maintain the balance required for the security deposit. Page 13 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule "E" to By-Law No. 2016-110– Planning continued… 3.3 Expenses incurred by staff associated with an application in excess of Planning Act requirements and actual costs incurred for such items as advertising, consulting (Planning, Engineering, and other) and legal will be charged directly to the applicant and deducted from the refundable deposit. As expenses and actual costs are incurred on behalf of the application, they will be submitted to the applicant for reimbursement so that the initial refundable deposit will be replenished to enable the Township to pay further costs as they are incurred. In the event that the applicant does not maintain the application fee and applicable deposits with the Finance Department then the application will be considered not complete with respect to the payment of fees under the Planning Act. 3.4 Any person making application to the Ontario Municipal Board shall pay the applicable fees outlined by the Ontario Municipal Board and/or the Planning Act, as amended. All cheques for such applications are to be made payable to the Minister of Finance. 3.5 The applicant shall pay all costs associated with a planning development application including Ontario Municipal Board Hearings and pre-hearing consultation costs and appeal fees. 3.6 The tariff of fees described in Schedule “E” shall not include the processing of objections to amendments, the attendance of the Municipality at Ontario Municipal Board hearings, the attendance of the Municipality at any public meetings other than those formally required by the Planning Act, the preparation of Subdivision Agreements or the review and approval of engineering drawings relating to subdivisions by the Municipality. The applicant agrees that, should the above become necessary, the applicant will provide the Township with a deposit which shall be determined by the Treasurer on an individual basis, and the applicant will provide a written agreement to pay further deposits as required, and to reimburse any costs not covered by the deposits. Page 14 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule "F" to By-Law No. 2016-110 Transportation 1. Additional Road Signage Requested by Township Cost (Post, Property Owner (e.g. "Hidden Driveway") Sign, Hardware & Labour) 2. Blue Boxes $ 6.00 3. Moving Permits (Oversize Equipment or Machinery) a) Single Move Permit $ 50.00 b) Annual Moving Permit $ 200.00 4. Tile Drainage Inspections $ 100.00 5. Township Engineering Standards $ 40.00 6. Road Entrance Permits a) Entrance Permit Fee (Non-refundable) $ 120.00 (includes up to 2 inspections) b) Additional Inspections $ 160.00 per site visit c) Appeal Application Filing Fee $ 320.00 d) Work done by Township for failure to comply with Cost of Time and Entrance By-law materials plus 20% Contract Administration Fee 7. Road Occupancy Permits a) Permit Fee (Non-refundable) $ 125.00 b) Road Cut Fee (Non-refundable) $ 250.00 c) Re-inspection Fee $ 100.00 d) Pavement Degradation Fees: Pavement Age: 0-15 years $ 40.00 per square metre 2 (m) Pavement Age: 16-30 years $ 25.00 per square metre 2 (m) Pavement Age: Greater than 30 years $ 0.00 per square metre 2 (m) Note: Pavement degradation fees are to address advanced road section deterioration associated with road cuts. Page 15 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule ‘G’ to By-Law No. 2016-110 Sewer 1. An annual sewer service charge, as specified below, per unit shall be imposed upon those lands more particularly described in Part 7 of this Schedule. The said charge will be comprised of the following components: a) Operating, repair and maintenance $ 225.00 b) Capital $ 115.00 2. The Treasurer shall, for each calendar quarter, issue bills to each unit based on the applicable sewer service charges. Bills shall be due and payable not less than twenty one (21) days from the date of mailing. 3. Sewage bill payments shall be payable to The Corporation of the Township of Oro-Medonte and may be paid during office hours in person or by mail at the Oro-Medonte Administration Centre, 148 Line 7 South, Oro-Medonte, Ontario L0L 2E0, or at most financial institutions. Payments made at a financial institution shall be deemed to be paid on the date shown by the Teller’s stamp on the bill stub. The Township shall not be responsible for any applicable service charge payable to the bank. Cheques only can be dropped at the drop boxes located at the Administration Centre and Moonstone Fire Hall. 4. The Treasurer shall impose a five (5) percent late charge on all unpaid accounts on the day after the due date. 5. If an account remains unpaid, the municipality may collect amounts payable pursuant to Section 398(2) of the Municipal Act, 2001, c.25, as amended. 6. In the event that any owner of lands not described in Sections 8 or 9 of this Schedule (the “property owner”) wishes to have the sewage works extended so as to service those additional lands, the following provisions shall apply: a) For the purposes of this paragraph, the term “municipal engineer” shall mean any engineer employed by the municipality or any independent engineer appointed by the municipality from time to time as applicable; b) The extension of the sewage works shall first be approved by the Council of the municipality upon application of the property owner, provided that Council shall have the right to determine, in its sole discretion, whether there is sufficient capacity in the sewage works to service the proposed extension; c) All engineering drawings relating to the proposed extension must be prepared by a Consulting Engineer retained by the property owner, at the property owner’s sole cost. Such engineering drawings are subject to the approval of the Municipal Engineer; d) The property owner shall execute an Agreement with the municipality pursuant to which the property owner shall agree to be responsible for all engineering, legal and related fees incurred by the municipality as the result of the request for proposed extension of the sewage works by the property owner; e) The Agreement between the property owner and the municipality shall also require the property owner to pay the total capital cost of the proposed extension, the municipality’s costs as set out in subparagraph (d) above, together with a further sewage service charge in an amount to be determined by by-law of Council, prior to the commencement of any work. Page 16 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule "G" to By-Law No. 2016-110– Sewer continued… 7. Legal Description Tile Field #1 & #2 Serviced Lots within Plan M-11 Tile Field #3 & #4 & #5 Serviced Lots within Plan M-10 Tile Field #6 Serviced Lots within Plan 1531 Serviced Lots within Plan 1587 8. Miscellaneous Fees: a) Connection fee inspection $ 200.00 Page 17 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule ‘H’ to By-Law No. 2016-110 Finance 1. Returned Cheque $ 20.00 2. Tax Certificates $ 25.00 3. Tax History Search $ 20.00 Page 18 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule ‘I’ to By-Law No. 2016-110 Municipal Law Enforcement 1. Fees Permit Fees Flat Rate 1.1 a) Swimming Pool Fence $ 75.00 b) Signs (not regulated under the Ontario Building Code) $ 75.00 c) Other Permits issued by Municipal Law Enforcement $ 75.00 Inspections 1.2 a) Inspections required pursuant to Municipal By-laws $ 75.00 b) Re-inspection $ 75.00 Note: An inspection/re-inspection fee may be imposed for each inspection conducted in relation to non-compliance of Municipal By-laws. Miscellaneous 1.3 a) Permit Revision (in addition to applicable permit fees) $ 75.00 b) File Search $ 50.00 c) Annual file maintenance fee $ 50.00 Note: Applicable on permits not granted a final approval after one (1) year subsequent to permit issuance. 2. Licensing 2.1 Refer to Township Licensing By-laws to determine the applicable licensing fees. 3. Notes 3.1 Fees for classes of permits not described or included in this schedule shall be determined by the Chief Municipal Law Enforcement Officer. 3.2 Total Fee is payable upon receipt of completed application. 3.3 Where a person is found to have commenced installation without the appropriate permit, a fee twice the normal permit fee will be applied to offset the additional administrative costs. 3.4 When a Municipal Law Enforcement Officer takes action to rectify failures, By-law infractions or situations created by, or on behalf of a person or company, such person or company shall be responsible for all costs including the cost of staff time, equipment expenses and other expenses incurred by the Township. The party responsible shall be invoiced for all costs. The minimum invoice shall not be for less than three hours. Page 19 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule ‘J’ to By-Law No. 2016-110 Water 1. Definitions For the purpose of this Schedule: 1.1 “Municipal Water Area” shall mean a subdivision within The Corporation of the Township of Oro-Medonte. 1.2 “Municipal Water Systems” shall include all water works established within the present Township of Oro-Medonte, and shall further include any present or future extensions to the water works under any Act or under an agreement between the Township or its predecessors, but shall not include any private water works which have not been acquired, established, maintained or operated by the Township or its predecessors. 1.3 “Owner” shall mean the assessed owner(s) as identified on the Assessment Roll for taxation purposes during the current year, as amended. 1.4 “Treasurer” shall mean the Treasurer of The Corporation of the Township of Oro-Medonte. 1.5 “Unit” shall mean an assessed or assessable unit within a residential, commercial or industrial building, and shall include an apartment located within a single family dwelling which is serviced by the Township Water System, as permitted under the applicable Zoning By-law. 1.6 “Vacant Lot” means any property not connected to a municipal water system to which water service is available. 1.7 “Water Works” means any works for the collection, production, treatment, storage, supply and distribution of water, or any part of such works, but does not include plumbing or other works to which the Ontario Building Code Act and its regulations apply. 2. Water Charges, Billing and Collection 2.1 As soon as the water connection installation is approved by the Township Inspector, he shall forthwith turn the water on for the owner. The owner will then be charged at the appropriate water rate, as per Schedule ‘J’. 2.2 At the end of each quarter, the duly authorized employee shall read, or cause to be read, all meters connected to the Municipal Water System to determine the amount of water used during the quarter. 2.3 The Treasurer shall calculate water charges to be assessed against each unit and vacant lot in a Municipal Water Area, in accordance with the quarterly charges and rates per cubic meter as set out in Schedule ‘J’. 2.4 The Treasurer shall, for each calendar quarter, issue bills to each unit or vacant lot based on the applicable water charge or rate. Water bills shall be due and payable not less than twenty-one (21) days from the date of mailing. 2.5 Water payments shall be payable to The Corporation of the Township of Oro- Medonte and may be paid during office hours in person or by mail at the Oro- Medonte Administration Centre, 148 Line 7 South, Oro-Medonte, Ontario L0L 2E0, or at most financial institutions. Water payments made at a financial institution shall be deemed to be paid on the date shown by the Teller’s stamp on the bill stub. The Township shall not be responsible for any applicable service charge payable to the bank. Cheques only can be dropped at the drop boxes located at the Administration Centre and Moonstone Fire Hall. Page 20 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule "J" to By-Law No. 2016-110– Water continued… 2.6 The Treasurer shall impose a five (5) percent late charge on all unpaid accounts on the day after the due date. 2.7 If an account remains unpaid, the Township may collect amounts payable pursuant to Section 398(2) of the Municipal Act, 2001, c. 25, as amended. 3. Water Rates and Charges 3.1 Operating Charges – Municipal Water Systems Effective July 1, 2017, each unit shall be assessed a fixed operating charge and a per cubic meter consumption charge, as noted below: a) Fixed Operating Charge $ 54.72 per quarter ($ 218.88 annually) b) Consumption Rate 3 0-75 cubic meters per quarter $ 2.27 per cubic meter (m) 3 Over 75 cubic meters per quarter $ 2.27 per cubic meter (m) Effective January 1, 2018, each unit shall be assessed a fixed operating charge and a per cubic meter consumption charge, as noted below: a) Fixed Operating Charge $ 70.34 per quarter ($ 281.36 annually) b) Consumption Rate 3 0-75 cubic meters per quarter $ 1.90 per cubic meter (m) 3 Over 75 cubic meters per quarter $ 2.20 per cubic meter (m) Effective January 1, 2019, each unit shall be assessed a fixed operating charge and a per cubic meter consumption charge, as noted below: a) Fixed Operating Charge $ 85.96 per quarter ($ 343.84 annually) b) Consumption Rate 3 0-75 cubic meters per quarter $ 1.45 per cubic meter (m) 3 Over 75 cubic meters per quarter $ 2.20 per cubic meter (m) 3.2 Infrastructure Charge – Municipal Water Systems Effective July 1, 2017, each unit and vacant lot shall be assessed a fixed infrastructure charge as outlined below: a) Fixed Infrastructure Charge $ 66.00 per quarter ($264.00 annually) The Fixed Infrastructure Charge shall increase by $28.00 annually in each year, commencing January 1, 2018. 3.3 Municipal Water Systems – Non-Metered Units – Flat Rate Owners on municipal water systems who do not allow access to their homes for the purpose of the installation or repair of water meters will, after three notices, be charged $300.00 per quarter ($1,200.00 annually). Page 21 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 3.4 Water Services provided by Skyline (a private (PVT) utility) - Flat Rate a) Skyline (PVT) Water $ 220.00 per quarter (Horseshoe - Oro Plan 1587) ($ 880.00 annually) b) Skyline (PVT) Water $ 220.00 per quarter (Horseshoe - Medonte Plan 1531, M-10, ($ 880.00 annually) M-11, M-23) 3.5 Other Charges a) Connection Fee Inspection $ 200 b) Disconnection and Reconnection Charge $ 50 each 3.6 Where no quarterly water meter reading can be obtained, the unit shall be automatically charged a consumption charge of $200.00, per quarter, until the meter reading is obtained or the requirements under Section 3.3 have been completed by the municipality. 4. Water Meter Package 4.2 Includes meter, back flow preventer, angle meter valve, expansion tank, wire and MXU - $430.00 plus applicable taxes. Page 22 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule “K” to By-Law No. 2016-110 Waste Water Treatment Annual Waste Water Treatment Charge 1. An annual waste water treatment services charge, as specified below, shall be imposed per unit upon those lands more particularly described in Schedule “A” of By-law No. 2014-075, being the Horseshoe Valley Resort Waste Water Treatment Plan Municipal Capital Facility By-law, an agreement between The Corporation of the Township off Oro-Medonte and Skyline Utility Services Inc. The said charge will be comprised of the following components: a) Annual Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) operating $ 973.92 costs b) Recovery of Operating Shortfall – 2 years $ 135.09 c) Reserve fund contribution for future upgrades, $ 113.38 improvements, repairs and maintenance d) Township administrative costs $ 35.46 Total Annual Charge $ 1,257.84 Quarterly Charge $ 314.46 In addition to the above-noted annual waste water treatment service charge imposed per unit, those lands described in Schedule “A” of By-law No. 2014- 075, except those lands described as Development Name - Horseshoe Ridge 3A, the said charge will also include the following component: e) Recovery of immediately-required maintenance and repair of the WWTP Annual Charge $ 266.50 Quarterly Charge $ 66.62 The above charge includes all applicable taxes, unless otherwise specified. 2. The Treasurer shall, for each calendar quarter, issue bills to each applicable land for the applicable number of units based on the above waste water treatment services charge. Bills shall be due and payable not less than twenty one (21) days from the date of mailing. 3. Waste water treatment services charge bill payments shall be payable to The Corporation of the Township of Oro-Medonte and may be paid during office hours in person or by mail at the Oro-Medonte Administration Centre, 148 Line 7 South, Oro-Medonte, Ontario L0L 2E0, or at most financial institutions. Payments made at a financial institution shall be deemed to be paid on the date shown by the Teller’s stamp on the bill stub. The Township shall not be responsible for any applicable service charges payable to the bank. Cheques only can be dropped at the drop boxes located at the Administration Centre and Moonstone Fire Hall. 4. The Treasurer shall impose a five (5) percent late charge on all unpaid accounts on the day after the due date. 5. If an account remains unpaid, the municipality may collect amounts payable pursuant to Section 398(2) of the Municipal Act, 2001, c.25, as amended. 6. Temporary Interim Access Fee The Temporary Interim Access Fee shall be applicable, until December 31, 2016, for the developments known as:  Heights of Horseshoe  Horseshoe Ridge Phase 3A a) Temporary Interim Access Fee $9,555 per unit Page 23 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 7. Other Charges a) Connection Fee – one time charge at issuance of Building Permit $ 850.00 Schedule “L” to By-law No. 2016-110 Water Upgrades for Horseshoe Valley Settlement Area 1. Definitions 1.1 Capitalized terms in this Schedule have the same meaning as in Schedule “J” – Water. 1.2 In addition: “Horseshoe Highlands Drinking Water System” means the Municipal Water System that services the Horseshoe Valley Settlement Area. “Undeveloped Lot” means any property that is not connected to a Municipal Water System but will be, once sufficient water upgrades have been completed and water service is available. 1 “Upgrades” shall mean, and include, but are not limited to, the following: (a) Well and pump upgrades, including the construction of a new well and pump, pursuant to an Environmental Certificate of Approval and a Permit to Take Water; and (b) All studies, approvals and processes to allow the construction and operation of the above-mentioned well and pump upgrades. 2. Horseshoe Valley Settlement Area 2.1 The Horseshoe Valley Settlement Area is shown on the map attached hereto. 2.2 The Horseshoe Highlands Drinking Water System that services the Horseshoe Valley Settlement Area requires certain capital Upgrades before any additional Units, including potential future Units on Undeveloped Lots, can be serviced by this Municipal Water System. 3. Fee for Horseshoe Highlands Drinking Water System Upgrades, Billing and Collection – Undeveloped Lots 3.1 A flat rate, per unit Upgrade fee of $5,190.71, shall be imposed prior to development on any Undeveloped Lots in the Horseshoe Valley Settlement Area shown on the attached map. 1 In addition to the Upgrades noted in Section 1.2(a) and (b), a report prepared by AECOM dated October 2012 identified additional future upgrades which may be required and which include the following: (a) Pumping station and reservoir upgrades, including the construction of at least one new storage tank, a new pump house and associated pumps, header and watermains; (b) Zone 1 integration upgrades, including construction of new watermains, valves and curb stops throughout the private Zone 1 system; and subsequent connection of Zone 1 to the Municipal Water System, once new capacity has been established; and (c) All studies, approvals and processes to allow the construction and operation of the above- mentioned works. This By-law may be amended to incorporate additional fees, service upgrades and the map area as set out in this Schedule. Page 24 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule “L” to By-law No. 2016-110- Water Upgrades for Horseshoe Valley Settlement Area continued… 3.2 The Upgrade fee shall be due and payable to the Township prior to the issuance of a building permit pursuant to the Building Code Act, 1992 in respect of a Unit. For any Units within the Horseshoe Valley Settlement Area for which building permits were issued and no fee or charge was imposed, the Upgrade fee shall be due and payable in full to the Township immediately upon the coming into force of this By-law. 3.3 Upgrade fees shall be payable to The Corporation of the Township of Oro- Medonte and may be paid during office hours in person at the Oro-Medonte Administration Centre, 148 Line 7 South, Oro-Medonte, Ontario, L0L 2E0. 3.4 The Township will not permit connections or use of the Horseshoe Highlands Drinking Water System or Water Works until the Upgrade fees have been paid in full. In addition to any other remedies, if an account remains unpaid, the Township may collect the amounts payable pursuant to subsection 398(2) of the Municipal Act, 2001. 3.5 The flat rate Upgrade fee shall be reassessed from time to time at the discretion of the Township and may be modified by the Township by amendment to this By-law, including based on the proportion of Upgrades completed to-date; current construction cost estimates for the outstanding Upgrades; and any changes in lot build-out estimates for the Horseshoe Valley Settlement Area. Page 25 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Schedule “L” to By-law No. 2016-110- Water Upgrades for Horseshoe Valley Settlement Area continued… Map of Horseshoe Valley Settlement Area Page 26 of 27 Office Consolidation – December 13, 2017 By-law No. 2016-110, as amended by By-law Nos. 2017-053, 2017-060, 2017-061, 2017-067, 2017-081, 2017-082, 2017-145 and 2017-166 Appendix "1" to By-law No. 2016-110 Fees and Charges Imposed under Separate By-law/Act/Ontario Regulation a) Development Charges: Development Charges Act, 1997, S.O. 1997, c.27 b) Freedom of Information: Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.M.56, as amended c) Refer to Township Licensing By-laws to determine the applicable licensing fees. Page 27 of 27