File #: 11-G-252    Version: Name:
Type: Staff Report - GC Status: Carried
File created: 8/25/2011 In control: City Council
On agenda: 9/26/2011 Final action: 9/26/2011
Title: POLICE ACCOMMODATION 1. That the concept of a single centralized facility to accommodate the Barrie Police Service’s future facility needs be adopted. 2. That in order to achieve the concept of a single centralized facility in a timely and cost effective manner, a three phased development strategy be implemented, with Phase II (as per paragraph 13 of Staff Report LTF012-11) occurring in the 2017-2019 timeframe with the exception of the land purchase, which would occur in the 2012-2014 timeframe, at a maximum 10 year capital cost of $32 million and the timing of Phase III be altered accordingly. 3. That staff be authorized to spend an amount not to exceed $400,000 from the approved capital project “Police Services (79 Bell Farm)” to complete interim renovations at 29 Sperling Drive, 60 Bell Farm Road and 79 Bell Farm Road in 2011, and that the funding source be changed from debt financing to the Tax Capital Reserve (Account #13-04-0440). 4. That staff be authorized in accordance wit...
Attachments: 1. LTF012-110829.pdf
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POLICE ACCOMMODATION

1. That the concept of a single centralized facility to accommodate the Barrie Police Service’s future facility needs be adopted.

2. That in order to achieve the concept of a single centralized facility in a timely and cost effective manner, a three phased development strategy be implemented, with Phase II (as per paragraph 13 of Staff Report LTF012-11) occurring in the 2017-2019 timeframe with the exception of the land purchase, which would occur in the 2012-2014 timeframe, at a maximum 10 year capital cost of $32 million and the timing of Phase III be altered accordingly.

3. That staff be authorized to spend an amount not to exceed $400,000 from the approved capital project “Police Services (79 Bell Farm)” to complete interim renovations at 29 Sperling Drive, 60 Bell Farm Road and 79 Bell Farm Road in 2011, and that the funding source be changed from debt financing to the Tax Capital Reserve (Account #13-04-0440).

4. That staff be authorized in accordance with Purchasing By-Law 2008-121 to award a single source contract to Rebanks, Pepper, Littlewood in an amount not to exceed $75,000 for the provision of consulting services to design facility footprints that City staff will then proceed to use to assist in the research of property available that would meet the minimal to optimal land size required to construct a new centralized facility to accommodate the Barrie Police Service, and that such work be funded from the carryover funding available in the approved capital project “Police Services (79 Bell Farm)”.

5. That staff report back at the earliest opportunity with an update on land availability and costing, footprint implications and the resulting financial plan for the future accommodation of the Barrie Police Service and the impact it has on the 2011-2014 Capital Plan.

6. That staff in the Finance Department, in conjunction with the Barrie Police Service, identify the anticipated savings associated with the potential Provi...

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