Monday's review of Capital Spending featured a litany of the traditional themes of capital spending, areas of equipment, roads, sewers, paving and rock wall rebuilds to name few.
But the afternoon of reviews of why and previews of how and when, also featured a few of the larger in scope Vision planning themes that City Council has been moving forward since the Hays 2.0 presentation of 2018.
Ms. Corinne Bomben, the City's Chief Financial Officer provided for the short overview of the Projects as part of the Monday presentation session, starting with a thumbnail sketch of the 5.3 million dollar refurbishment of the CN Station at RotaryWaterfront Park.
Funding for the CN Station Revitalization project will come from three sources, 4 million to be taken from Civic Reserves, 1 Million from the City's Dividend Account and 300,000 dollars from a Grant.
|Mayor Lee Brain on the CN Station and Waterfront plans |
from his Social Media Feed on Thursday
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The topic of the waterfront plans was a short one on Monday, with Ms. Bomben once again providing for the snapshot of the financial themes of the development.
As it was with the CN Station portion of the presentation, the Council members had no comments, thoughts or questions to share on the plans for the expenditure.