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Vaughan city hall — routinely heralded by Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua as an “avant-garde”, architectural marvel — has seemingly become a magnet for lawsuits. Maystar General Contractors Inc. has slapped the city and architectural firm Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects (KPMB) with a multi-million dollar lawsuit. The firm, hired to build the stateof-the-art civic centre in 2007, is seeking a total of nearly $71 million in damages — $35.7 from the city and $35 million from KPMB. While maintaining that the firm is proud to have played an integral role in building the first phase of the “world-class facility”, Maystar boss Joe Maio stated an unprecedented number of design revisions and scope additions resulted in significant delays and additional costs. Maystar is seeking to re-coup money owed to it and subcontractors for completed work and the loss See CITY, page 18.

The city wants to put a stop to the growing number of bizarre street names in Vaughan. You know the ones we’re talking about: Bourbon Street, Bloomingdale Lane, Cassis Drive, Tacc Trail and Cabernet Circle. Well, that’s not going to happen anymore.

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Vaughan’s new city hall is at the centre of three known lawsuits, the most recent launched by the project’s builder, Maystar General Contracting.

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Readers react with anger to death of year-old chocolate Lab puppy in hot car at Vaughan Mills.

Committee of the whole has OK’d a new policy imposing stricter guidelines for naming streets. The new rules spell out criteria for gifting naming rights, including a limit of one street name donation per plan of subdivision or site plan application, if the street is not within a subdivision. The policy also restricts donations of naming rights to charities or

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We’re glad to see the end of street names in Vaughan that make one wince in pain or cover your eyes in shame.

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Residents troubled by dog’s death at Vaughan Mills Local residents express anger over death of puppy in car BY JEREMY GRIMALDI

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Vaughan residents are expressing anger after a dog was left to die in a car with the windows rolled up in yesterday’s soaring temperatures. Police were called at about 2 p.m. by Vaughan Mills security staff after a concerned shopper spotted the year-old chocolate Labrador mix and notified the mall’s administration. A York Regional Police officer smashed the Dodge Avenger’s rear passenger-side window and found the dog with obvious signs of distress. It later died. “When I read this, I just felt sick - such a terrible way to die (like there’s a good way),” said Cynthia Logan, in an e-mail into The Vaughan Citizen. “This poor animal

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basically was cooked to death. “If a child or senior had died this way, the people responsible would have been charged with murder. Should it be any less of an offence to do it to an animal who has no way of opening a door or window by

itself? I feel pain that this young dog died, senselessly. I hope that there aren’t too many more people out there who don’t know this already, but even one is one too many.” At the mall today shoppers and storekeepers were outraged with

the affair. Dwayne Simms, a Vaughan resident, said he believes owning a dog should be licensed. “The crazy thing is that Vaughan Mills allows shoppers to bring their dogs into the mall,” said the 20-year-old. “It’s a lack of common sense and simple laziness in my view. I heard the woman charged even worked at Pet Valu, just silly.” Don’t do it Meanwhile, Natalie Watson, a former Vaughan resident, said she owns a one-year-old puppy and she can’t imagine leaving it alone in a steaming car. “It’s not that different than leaving a baby in a hot car, you just don’t do it,” she said. Police also spoke about the frustration many in the force feel about this sort of incident. “This was the high heat of the day, with the humidity it reached 34 C on Sunday,” said Sgt. Gary Phillips. “I have two German shepherds and I would never think of leaving

them unattended. The best way to see just how hot it can get in cars in the heat is to sit in your own car and roll up the windows and see just how long you can last. The temperature usually doubles in the first couple of minutes.” Dogs should not be left in vehicles in high heat and, if there is no other option, someone should remain with the dog and the air conditioning should be left on, Sgt. Phillips said, noting plenty of water needs to be available. “People just really need to use common sense,” he said. “No matter what, we get calls like this each year.” Investigators are interested in speaking with the person who alerted mall security. If you have information, call police at 1-866876-5423, ext. 7441. A male and female of Val Caron, Ontario, near Sudbury, both in their 20s, face charges of animal cruelty.

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While York Regional Police officers are keeping their eyes open for an an emerging drug nicknamed “bath salts”, widely speculated to be behind a horrific face-eating attack, the drug hasn’t shown up here. But the ease of getting the drug, the active ingredient of which is not yet illegal in Canada, means there is the potential it could show up here, Det.-Sgt. Henry deRuit-

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A York Region rocker and his surf-influenced band intend to make some waves this Thursday, June 14 for a good cause. Coconuts Restaurant & Lounge in Thornhill will be shaking, thanks to the reverbheavy guitar of Matt Groopie’s King Beez, who are playing a benefit concert for Courtney Render, a 22-year-old woman suffering from Hodgkin’s lymphoma. The venue is at 2180 Steeles Ave. West. Doors open at 9 p.m. Every penny of the $5 cover charge goes to help Ms Render with her cancer treatments. Get a sampling of what you can expect to hear Thursday night at MattGroopie.com. You can also learn more about how to help Ms Render at TheCureforCourtney.com. —Gilles LeBlanc. Follow him on Twitter @ROCKthusiast.

Vaughan In Focus, a community photography exhibition, has issued a call for entries. The submission deadline is July 20. The juried exhibit will celebrate the inauguration of Vaughan’s new city hall and is open to emerging and established photographers, including secondary students. Simply capture some aspect of Vaughan’s diverse character. Photos selected will be exhibited in the main atrium of city hall and at the newly opened Vaughan Arts Space gallery. Here’s a checklist of what you must include with your submission: completed entry form and; CD containing photographic images (jpegs), artist statements and biography (Word documents). Entry fee for adults is $10. For more information, contact Sharon GaumKuchar, city arts coordinator, at 905-832-8585, ext. 7428 or e-mail sharon.kuchar@ vaughan.ca. The Vaughan In Focus exhibition will run from Sept. 13 to Nov. 4. —KC

Surgery wait times are at an all time low for York Region hospitals and Richmond Hill’s York Central Hospital is leading the charge. While the Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) boasted last week its hospitals have met all wait time targets on surgical and diagnostic wait times over the last quarter, York Central is doing one better, regularly meeting or besting the LHIN hospital average in applicable procedures. Jo-anne Marr, York Central’s vice president patient services, said the positive figures are the result of a combination of timely government funding and an internal efficiency examination at the hospital. As of the latest available statistics, from March, the picture appears to be rosy, particularly for MRI wait times. In 2010-11, some patients waited six months (184 days) to access a diagnostic MRI scan at York Central. One year later, they are waiting just 28 days. For more information, visit health.gov.on.ca —Adam McLean

The city, in partnership with the Region of York and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, will host public information sessions June 13 and 19 on the emerald ash borer (EAB). The initial outbreak in Canada was detected in Windsor in 2002. The first positive EAB infested tree was detected in Vaughan in 2008. The EAB infestation is expected to impact all ash trees by 2020. The information sessions will provide you with details on this invasive insect, as well as the city’s maintenance plans for this infestation. Each session will include a 25-minute presentation by forestry staff followed by a Q & A. Representatives from all presenters will be available to answer questions. The sessions will be held June 13 at 7 p.m. at Chancellor C.C., 350 Ansley Grove Rd., activity room 3 and June 19 at 7 p.m. at Garnet A. Williams C.C., 501 Clark Ave. W., activity room 3. For more, call 905-8328577 or e-mail parks@ vaughan.ca.

The Holy Cross Catholic High School Hawks captured the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations AAA boys’ soccer title with a 2-1 win over R.S. McLaughlin (Oshawa) in Saturday’s final in Hamilton. Luca Baldassarre and Cristian Cavallini each scored once for Holy Cross. In reaching the final, Holy Cross defeated Corpus Christi (Hamilton) 2-0 in their semifinal game earlier in the day. Baldassarre and Cavallini each scored once for YRAA representatives, who finished the regular season in second place in the highly competitive Central Division with a 2-0-2 record before being eliminated by eventual YRAA champions Bill Crothers Secondary School in their semifinal match last fall. In quarter-final action Saturday, Holy Cross defeated Lawrence Park Collegiate (Toronto) 4-1. Philip Balke scored three goals and Baldassarre one. In pool play, Holy Cross defeated Catholic Central (London) 2-1, Preston 6-3 and Lockerby (Sudburty) 5-1 and suffered its lone loss of the tournament against St. Pius X (Ottawa) 2-1. —Michael Hayakawa

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Politicians celebrate Vaughan subway milestone BY CHRIS TRABER

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That’s one down. Vaughan MP Julian Fantino and York Region chairperson and CEO Bill Fisch joined Toronto Mayor Rob Ford and Toronto Transit Commission chairperson Karen Stintz on Monday celebrated the completion of the first 1.6 kilometres of twin tunnels for the Toronto-York Spadina subway extension. The new tunnels represent one complete section of the dual tunnels that will connect the future Sheppard West and Finch West stations. The first tunnel boring machine broke through the headwall at the Keele Street extraction shaft May 1. The second broke through June 4. The extraction shaft, where the two

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machines arrived, is in the centre of Keele Street, just south of Finch Avenue West. The borers, nicknamed Holey and Moley, are now being dismantled and moved to the second launch site, from which they will work on the next section of tunnel, between the Sheppard West and Downsview stations. “Today, we are one step closer to completing the Toronto-York Spadina subway extension, cutting commute times and easing traffic congestion in the Greater Toronto Area,” Mr. Fantino said, adding the project is creating jobs and boosting the regional economy. The new transit tunnels will bring the benefits of a subway to residents and businesses in the northwest part of Toronto and beyond, Mayor Ford said. The extension will provide a vital link between Toronto and York Region, he said. “This milestone illustrates the progress we’re making toward connecting transit systems in southern Ontario,” Mr. Fisch said. Completing the critical link will help reduce congestion and travel times for those living, working and commuting around the GTA, he added. The project, targeted for completion by the end of 2015, is an

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sion of the subway will bring the line into York Region, the fastestgrowing region in the GTA during the past 10 years. The federal government is contributing up to $697 million, Ontario is providing $870 million and Toronto is budgeting

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hat sure is a relief, y’all. It seems the law in these here parts, also known as city council, is fixin’ to clean up the Wild West that is Vaughan. Well, at least as far as naming streets is concerned. Councillors strapped on their six shooters and mustered the courage to halt the growing number of ridiculous street names dotting the city. That’s right, from now on there will be no more lanes, courts, avenues, circles or boulevards named after American department stores (Bloomingdale Lane) or wine varietals (Cabernet Circle). Names like those are the work of some local gunslingers — also known as developers — who either proposed the names themselves or “donated” naming rights to any charity that came a-knocking on auction night. There’s nothing wrong with developers offering up suggestions for street names or supporting charities by donating naming rights, but it’s absurd that past councils never moved to quash Fifth Avenue, Bourbon Street and Cassis Drive. Let’s face it, for far too long, developers in Vaughan have done pretty much whatever they pleased, including naming streets after family members and friends. Such cavalier conduct gives Vaughan the image of an unruly

Animal cruelty charge not enough in this case If the animal is locked in a car but survives, the person that did it should be charged with attempted murder. If the animal is locked in a car and dies, the person that did it should be charged with first degree murder. And If I see an animal locked in a car on a sweltering day, I will break that window. I will not wait for anyone else.

outpost. If that’s going to change, council has to dig in its spurs and take a stand. It was a smart move to limit the gifting of naming rights to one street per subdivision and only allowing local charities or fundraising events to benefit by auctioning them off. Of course, as often happens with this bunch at city hall, they stopped short of getting it completely right. We agree with Regional Councillor Deb Schulte that streets should not be named after living people, even if it’s only in extraordinary cases to honour their significant lifetime achievements. As she pointed out, the last thing we need is an embarassment such as the one Brampton suffered when it honoured former mayor Peter Robertson by naming a boulevard after him, only to see him charged for acting as a real estate broker without being registered to do so. The charges were eventually stayed because the case took too long to get to trial, but the stigma remains. Hopefully, council reconsiders before formally approving the new policy later this month. And, we have another humble suggestion. Politicians should only be allowed to have their names attached to dead end streets — just sayin’.

YOUSAIDIT Here’s a selection of your online comments about the death of a dog Sunday in a hot car at Vaughan Mills. Go to yorkregion.com to add your view or e-mail Kim Champion at kchampion@ yrmg.com

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There needs to be Good Samaritan law There needs to be a special case law for something like this. Too many people were afraid to break the car window in the first place and waited for the police and rescue team to help the dog. It is horrible to hear of such a

thing, all in the name of shopping. I don’t get it when I see dogs waiting in a car anytime, period. —BRENZ23

No common sense Words can’t describe how angry I am at this. These people are adults, and used no common sense. —REEAALLY

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Park on one side of street, year-round Re: Take this car and park it, May 23. When Vaughan figures out what it is going to do, and if it works out, could they please suggest it to the Town of WhitchurchStouffville, who are experiencing the same problems with parking. It is a parking and traffic safety nightmare in all seasons, one that councillors should have considered prior to approving these neighbourhoods. While Vaughan is considering several options such as relocating sidewalks to the curb, increasing garage setbacks and allowing people to widen driveways even though there is no room, may I suggest another solution? In some neighbourhoods, allow people to park on one side of the street year-round, with no parking ever allowed on the other. No parking will be

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LETTERS on the side that has fire hydrants. People are parking all over the place anyway, at least put some organization to it, making it safer when children are playing and creating easier access for fire and emergency services. Change the bylaw and put up some signs. It’s costeffective and less disruptive to neighbourhoods. Yes, you’ll have to dig out your car, but at least you gained extra parking on the road without getting tickets.

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Congestion real issue, not parking Re: Put pedal to metal on solving parking woes, May 23. Yes, we are a big city. A

big city with big city issues. Of course parking permits should be awarded to property owners. Your editorial mentioned Toronto. Drive down any side street and you’ll see cars parked. Those without permits are ticketed. Simple. But it’s not the parking woes that concern me. Commuter congestion concerns me, sometimes it angers me. I live off Vellore Woods Boulevard and if you’re lucky enough to get on the 400 in less than 10 minutes between 730 and 9 a.m., your morning just got better. For me, the real issue is congestion and absolutely nothing has been done even though citizens were promised in the last election that gridlock would be a priority.

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