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File #: AR-17-066    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agenda Reports Status: Passed
File created: 1/17/2017 In control: City Council
On agenda: 6/12/2017 Final action: 6/12/2017
Title: Approval of 2018-2027 Municipal RMR Plan Presented by: Anne Victoor, Financial Services Manager
Attachments: 1. 10 Year Municipal RMR Capital Plan, 2. Admin Responses to BIRs
TAMRMS#: B06

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Approval of 2018-2027 Municipal RMR Plan
Presented by: Anne Victoor, Financial Services Manager

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RECOMMENDATION(S)
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1. That the 10 Year Municipal RMR Capital Plan, provided as an attachment to the June 12, 2017 agenda report entitled “Approval of 2018-2027 Municipal RMR Plan”, be approved.

2. That Administration proceed with preparatory work towards the execution of the 2018 Municipal Capital RMR projects.

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PURPOSE OF REPORT

This report presents 10 Year Municipal RMR (Repair, Maintain, Replace) plan as originally presented to Standing Committee of the Whole on May 8, 2017 as well as the information requests relating to the 10 Year (2018-2027) Municipal RMR Capital Plan.

COUNCIL DIRECTION

As per Council Policy C-FS-05 Budget and Taxation Guiding Principles,

“11.8 f. Council shall review and approve the RMR Capital Budget approximately six months prior to the next fiscal year so that preparatory work and applications can be completed and be made available at the beginning of the next approved budget year.”

On May 8, 2017, Standing Committee of the Whole (SCW) passed the following motions:

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1. That members of Standing Committee of the Whole (SCW) submit any motions for proposed amendments to the 10 Year Municipal RMR Capital Plan to Administration by May 26, 2017; and

2. That Administration prepare backgrounders for proposed changes to the 10 Year Municipal RMR Capital Plan for consideration by Council at the June 12, 2017 meeting.

BACKGROUND AND DISCUSSION

At the SCW meeting on May 8, 2017, the 10 Year (2018-2027) Municipal RMR Capital Plan and funding allocations were presented. Capital projects that have been identified as RMR are critical to sustain current service levels, required as part of detailed lifecycle plans, and are essential for rehabilitation of existing equipment and infrastructure.

Two Budget Information Requests were received and the applicable backgrounders have been provi...

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