Meeting Name: General Committee Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 7/24/2017 7:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chamber
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17-G-196 2  Staff ReportLITIGATION MATTER - ARDAGH ROAD That staff be directed to implement the steps outlined in Appendix "A" to Confidential Staff Report LGL008-17 and should the application be resolved, the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized to execute any documents that may be requisite. (LGL008-17) (File: L00)recommended for consideration of adoption (Section “A”)  Action details Not available
17-G-197 1  Item of DiscussionINVESTIGATION - PARTNERSHIPS FOR FUNDING OF TREATMENT COSTS OF ASH TREES That staff in the Roads, Parks and Fleet Department investigate the feasibility of partnering with community associations in Barrie to provide for treatment of healthy ash trees and avoid the removal of such trees, with one-third of the cost to be funded by the City and the remaining two-thirds to be funded by the community association and/or individual residents, and report back to General Committee. (Item for Discussion 8.1, July 24, 2017) (File: E04)recommended for consideration of adoption (Section “A”)  Action details Not available
17-G-198 1  Presentation/Discussion ItemPRESENTATION CONCERNING THE BARRIE-SIMCOE EMERGENCY SERVICES CAMPUS ALTERNATIVES Ms. Lindsay Worton, Manager of Facility Planning and Development provided a presentation concerning the Barrie-Simcoe Emergency Services Campus project costs as well as alternatives to reduce project costs. Ms. Worton discussed slides concerning the following topics: · A summary of the project costs by partner, including the total contribution by the City of Barrie; · A cost comparison of the campus versus standalone project costs; · A cost comparison of existing operating costs for the current facilities versus costs associated with a new campus or new standalone facilities; · Alternative 1 associated with a reduction in costs for the construction of Building A; · Alternative 2 regarding the feasibility of having Building B located at another site; · Alternative 3 concerning the feasibility to integrate Building C at Ferndale Drive; and · Alternative 4 associated with the potential to phase in the construction of Buildings B and C. In closing, Ms. Worton summarized the alternatives presentedrecommended for consideration of adoption (Section "B")  Action details Not available
17-G-199 3  Staff ReportBARRIE-SIMCOE EMERGENCY SERVICES CAMPUS ALTERNATIVES 1. That the Barrie-Simcoe Emergency Services Campus Project as outlined in the Validation Report included as Appendix “E” to Staff Report FCT009-17, be approved to proceed in a phased approach with A and C being constructed immediately as Phase One and Building B and the exterior fire training components be deferred to a future date. 2. That capital projects “FC1020”, “Z268” and “FC1010” be consolidated into one project and named as the Barrie-Simcoe Emergency Services Campus Phase One with a total project budget of $103,335,470, which includes all costs associated with land, soft costs, design, construction and Phase One project financing costs and staff add a new project to the capital plan in the future, named Barrie Simcoe Emergency Services Campus - Building B and exterior training components, with a forecasted cost of $29,144,391, resulting in a total forecasted cost of the entire campus project of $132,479,861. 3. That the Mayor and City Clerk, upon recommendation of the Director of Corporate Facilities, Director of Legalrecommended for adoption (Section "C")  Action details Not available