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Being a By-law to provide for the regulation of Canada Post Boxes and Newspaper Boxes on highways under the jurisdiction of the Town
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THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF PICKERING <br /> <br /> BY-LAW NUMBER 4639/95 <br /> <br /> Being a By-law to provide for the regulation of Canada Post <br /> Boxes and Newspaper Boxes on Highways under the <br /> jurisdiction of the Town of Pickering. <br /> <br />WHEREAS Section 232.5 of the Municipal Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.M.45, authorizes a Municipality <br />to license, regulate and govern persons selling newspapers and magazines upon a highway; <br /> <br />AND WHEREAS Section 308.3 of the Municipal Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.M.45, authorizes a <br />Municipality to regulate the placement and use of objects an any highway, as well as charge a fee <br />for such use; <br /> <br />NOW THEREFORE, THE COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF PICKERING HEREBY <br />ENACTS AS FOLLOWS: <br /> <br /> 1. For the purpose of this by-law, the term, <br /> <br /> (a) "Town" means the Corporation of the Town of Pickering; <br /> <br /> (b) "Director" means the Director of Public Works for the Corporation of the Town of <br /> Pickering, or his/her designate; <br /> <br /> (c) "Canada Post Box" means any receptacle, excluding existing and proposed <br /> Supermailboxes, which is owned by Canada Post Corporation and is used for the <br /> purposes of collecting mail or relaying of same to postal carriers; <br /> <br /> (d) "Newspaper Box" means any type of vending box or other receptacle used for the <br /> purpose of displaying or distributing any newspapers, magazines or other <br /> publications; <br /> <br /> (f) "Highway" means the entire right-of-way of a common and public highway, street, <br /> avenue, parkway, driveway, square, place, viaduct or trestle, designated and intended <br /> for, or used by, the general public for the passage of vehicles; <br /> <br /> (g) "Permit" means a document as issued and authorized by the Director, for the <br /> placement of one or more Canada Post Boxes or Newspaper Boxes upon a <br /> Highway under the jurisdiction of the Town. <br /> <br /> (h) "Permittee" means an applicant who has received permission from the Director to <br /> place a Canada Post Box or Newspaper Box on Town Highways in accordance with <br /> the provisions of this By-law. <br /> <br />2. An applicant seeking a permit to place a Canada Post Box or Newspaper Box shall apply to <br /> the Director by completing a standard application form provided for that purpose by the <br /> Town. <br /> <br />3. At the time of application, the applicant must pay in full, a one-time inspection and <br /> processing fee for each Canada Post Box or Newspaper Box location requested. Upon <br /> approval of the submitted application, the Permittee must pay in full the cost of standard <br /> installation plus an annual administration and maintenance fee for each approved Canada <br /> Post Box or Newspaper Box location. The annual administration and maintenance fee, which <br /> covers the period from January 1 st, to December 31 st, may be set by the Council of the Town <br /> of Pickering from time to time for each permit year thereafter, and must be paid in full by <br /> January 31 st, of each permit year. New permits issued after January 31 st, will be subject to a <br /> monthly pro-ration of the annual administration and maintenance fees. <br /> <br /> <br />
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