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File #: AR-16-480    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agenda Reports Status: Passed
File created: 11/18/2016 In control: City Council
On agenda: 3/20/2017 Final action: 3/20/2017
Title: Capital Partnership Program Re: St. Albert Community Performing Arts Presented by: Gilles Prefontaine, GM Development Services
MRMS#: B06

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Capital Partnership Program Re: St. Albert Community Performing Arts
Presented by: Gilles Prefontaine, GM Development Services

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RECOMMENDATION(S)
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That the detailed business case for the project entitled ”St. Albert Community Performing Arts Centre” not proceed any further as the Stage 2 submission was deemed incomplete.

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PURPOSE OF REPORT

This report is before Council with a recommendation from the Capital Partnership Program Advisory Committee (CCPAC) regarding the outcome of the review of the submission of the Detailed Business Case received into the Capital Partnership Program (CPP).

COUNCIL DIRECTION

On November 23, 2015 Council passed the following motion:

(C567-2015)
That, notwithstanding the ineligibility of the applicant as contained within section 3 a. of the City Council Policy C-FS-18, Capital Partnership Program Principles, the preliminary business case for the project titled "St. Albert Community Performing Arts Centre" be approved to be advanced to the detailed business plan stage.

On July 13, 2015 Council passed the following motion:

(C344-2015)
That the Community Capital Partnership Program Advisory Committee receive and review the application from the St. Albert Performing Arts Society, notwithstanding the five year program eligibility requirement.

BACKGROUND AND DISCUSSION

Introduction to the Program and the Process

The Capital Partnership Program (CPP) is a shared funding program designed to support the community’s population growth by acting as a catalyst in the development of significant community facilities that will both contribute to an improved quality of life for current and future residents and achieve the community’s growth potential.

The evaluation process for this program includes a two stage review, the first stage requires a preliminary business case be submitted, and if upon review the CPPAC determines that the project aligns with the program requirements then the...

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