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November 25, 2021 (Capital Budget)

November 25, 2021 (Capital Budget)

CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF ST. CLAIR CAPITAL BUDGET DELIBERATION MINUTES
Electronic Meeting November 25, 2021
5:00 p.m.

n electronic Council meeting was held to consider the 2021 Capital Budget on ursday, November 25, 2021 at the Council Chambers in Mooretown at 5:00 p.m. with e following people present:

S. Arnold
S. Miller
R. Atkins
P. Brown
J. De Gurse
T. Kingston
B. Myers

Mayor Deputy Mayor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor Councillor

taff: J. Rodey CAO
J. Baranek Clerk
G. Lozon Treasurer
B. Black Director of Public Works
R. Boyes Interim Fire Chief
K. Lindsay Director of Community Services
D. Neely Coordinator of Works
C. Westbrook Coordinator of Works
P. DaSilva Coordinator of Engineering

GENOA

1. OPENING REMARKS

CAO John Rodey Treasurer George Lozon

2. CAPITAL BUDGET

a) FIRE DEPARTMENT
Fire Chief Richard Boyes

b) COMMUNITY SERVICES
Director Kendall Lindsay

c) PUBLIC WORKS
Director Brian Black
Coordinator of Works (Roads) Dave Neely
Coordinator of Works (Water/Wastewater) Chris Westbrook Coordinator of Engineering Paul daSilva

3. WRAP UP AND ADJOURNMENT

1. OPENING REMARKS

Treasurer George Lozon noted a proposed variance of $669,989 increase from the approved Capital Budget for 2021. The OCIF Grant has not yet been confirmed but reports are that funding is expected to double, and this proposed capital budget reflects an OCIF amount similar to that received in 2021.

2. CAPITAL BUDGET

A) FIRE DEPARTMENT

Moved by P. Brown Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 1 Be it resolved that the following Capital Budget projects as presented by the Fire Department be preliminarily approved for the 2022 budget:

2022-01 Radio System Replace
2022-02 Life Cycle Budgeting (Vehicles)
2022-03 Asset Management Plan Life Cycle Costing
2022-04 Station 2 Corunna Repaving
CARRIED

B) COMMUNITY SERVICES

Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by B. Myers
Motion 2 Be it resolved that Project 2022-77 Paddock Green Playground be deferred to consideration for the 2023 Capital Budget Deliberations.

CARRIED

Moved by B. Myers Seconded by T. Kingston
Motion 3 Be it resolved that project 2022-79 Port Lambton McDonald Park Parking Lot be included and approved as a 2022 Capital Budget project and that is be funded by the Environment and Education Fund.
CARRIED

Moved by R. Atkins Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 4 Be it resolved that project 2022-Cathcart Park New Building be deferred to the 2023 Capital Budget Deliberations.
MOTION LOST

Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by S. Miller
Motion 5 Be it resolved that project 2022-49 Civic Centre Washrooms be funded to renovate the Women’s washroom on the main floor.
CARRIED

Moved by R. Atkins Seconded by T. Kingston
Motion 6 Be it resolved that project 2022-89 Guthrie Park Washrooms be approved only if the OCIF Funding is doubled in comparison to the 2021 figure.
MOTION LOST

Moved by S. Miller Seconded by B. Myers
Motion 7 Be it resolved the following capital projects be preliminarily approved for inclusion in the 2022 Community Services Budget:

2022-06 IT Network Backup Security
2022-20 Annual Reserve Contribution
2022-25 Plan B Moore Sports Refrigeration Improvements
2022-21 Roof Replacements
2022-22 Change Room Tile Flooring Replacement.

2022-30 Facilities Lifecycle Annual Contribution
2022-31 Emergency Services Building Generator
2022-33 Emergency Services Front Fa9ade and Eaves
2022-34 Optimist Carpet
2022-35 Railing Replacements
2022-36 Civic Centre Windows
2022-37 Brigden Hall Fire Deficiencies
2022-38 Sombra Hall Floor and Drainage Issues
2022-50 Civic Centre Office Expansion
2022-60 Moore Museum – New Garage
2022-62 Moore Museum – Reilly Cottage Improvements
2022-63 Sombra Museum – Bury House Chimney Replacement
2021-40 Vehicle and Equipment Reserve Contribution
2022-65 Tractor – Ball Diamond Groomer
2022-66 Out Front Mower
2022-67 Zero Turn Mower
2022-68 Tri-Deck Tow Behind 16′
2022-69 Wash Pad for equipment
2022-71 Brigden Splash Pad Repair
2022-76 Playground Updates and Resurfacing
2022-74 Mooretown Centennial Boardwalk Repair
2022-75 Seager Seawall Repair
2022-70 Parkdale Park Parking Lot
2022-72 Dugouts/Bleachers/Fences
2022-73 Shoreline at Dedecker
2022-81 CAP Skate Park replacement
2022-79 MacDonald Park Parking Lot
2022-91 Cathcart Laundry and Washroom
2022-92 Mooretown Campground Washroom
2022-93 Cathcart New Building
2022-59 Cathcart
2022-97 Patio Covers and Deck Expansion
CARRIED

C) PUBLIC WORKS

Moved by P. Brown Seconded by R. Atkins
Motion 8 Be it resolved that project 2022-302 Pedestrian Crossover Improvements be reduced to $150,000 and the Queen and Hill project be deferred to 2023 Capital Budget Deliberations.
MOTION LOST

Moved by T. Kingston Seconded by S. Miller
Motion 9 Be it resolved the following capital projects be preliminarily approved for inclusion in the 2022 Public Works Budget:

2014-99 2012 Road and Drainage Debenture Repayment
2022-100 Urban Asphalt Resurfacing
2022-101 St. Clair Parkway – Cold-in-Place
2022-102 Murray Street Reconstruction
2022-104 Water Street Seawall replacement
2022-302 Pedestrian Crossover Improvements
2022-150 Bridge Rehab and Maintenance
2022-151 Bridge 2 Smith Line over Sydenham River
2022-152 Bridge 44 St. Clair Parkway at Marshy Creek
2022-153 Bridge 50 St. Clair Parkway at Marshy Cr ek (study)

2022-200
2022-201

2022-250
2022-251
2022-252
2022-253
2022-254
2022-255
2022-256
2022-257
2022-258
2022-259
2022-260
2022-261
2022-262
2022-263
2022-264

2022-300

2022-303

2022-306
2022-309
2021-451

2022-400
2022-401
2022-402
2022-403
2022-404

2021-500
2022-550
2021-551
2021-552
2021-553
2021-554

2022-600
2022-602
2022-603
2022-650
2022-651
2022-652
2022-653
2022-655
2022-656
2021-126

Paget Street Storm Sewer Relining St. Clair Parkway Storm Pipes

Barnes Drain Debenture McGillivray Drain Dawson Branch Drain
Government Drain Branch 3 Hubbard Drain
Routledge Drain Lawn Culvert Stewart Drain
Chowen Drain McGee Drain Churcher Drain Gray Drain East
Parr Drain North along Brigden Road
East Drain, Sombra- East side of East Street Old River Road Drain – West side
Henry Drain – North side of Wilkesport Line Re-asphalt portion of St. Clair River Trail New Street Lights in Port Lambton
Salt Shed – Wilkesport Centre
Heated Concrete Equipment Washing Pad Moore Operation Roof Replacement

Pickup Trucks for WWTP Vactor Truck Replacement Two Pickup Trucks
Replace Unit 25 – single axle snowplow truck Small Miscellaneous Attachments

Township Waste Water Servicing Study
Sanitary Pump Station Electrical Panel Replacement Sanitary Main Station Generator Replacements Queen and Riverside Pump Stn Rehab
Lab Equipment for the WWTP
Corunna Pump Station Fall Arrest Tie Offs

Kimball Watermain Looping – Courtright to Oil Springs Line Adelia Street Main Replacement – Brigden to Courtright Line Reedy Street Main Replacement – First to Second Street SCADA and Server Upgrades
Communication Upgrades for SCADA Locate Program
Laptop Equipment
Shell/Dockside Water Service Installation Water Moore Shop Internet Upgrades Asset Management – Risk Assessment

CARRIED

3. ADJOURNMENT

Moved by B. Myers Seconded by P. Brown
Motion 1O Be it resolved that proposed 2021 Capital Budget be received, and amendments be made according to this meeting.

Moved by P. Brown Seconded by J. De Gurse
Motion 11 Be it resolved that the meeting be hereby adjourned.

CARRIED

CARRIED

**The attached Budget sheets make up part of these minutes. The meeting was adjourned at 6:15 p.m.

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558.743

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511.743

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150.000
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840,258

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