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File #: 20-039    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Action Report Status: Carried
File created: 1/3/2020 In control: Electoral Areas Committee
On agenda: 2/12/2020 Final action: 2/12/2020
Title: Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program - Green Infrastructure Grant Application for the Juan de Fuca Water Distribution Service and Magic Lake Estates Wastewater System Renewal Project
Attachments: 1. Staff Report: Green Infrastructure Grant Applications, 2. Appendix A: Anderson Cover (East Sooke) Water Service Extension, 3. Appendix B: Magic Lake Estates Wastewater System Renewal Project

Title

Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program - Green Infrastructure Grant Application for the Juan de Fuca Water Distribution Service and Magic Lake Estates Wastewater System Renewal Project

 

Recommendation

The Electoral Areas Committee recommends to the Capital Regional District Board that:

1.                     

a)                     Staff be directed to prepare and submit an application for Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) - Green Infrastructure - Environmental Quality Sub-Stream grant funding for the Juan de Fuca Water Distribution Service - Anderson Cove water service extension project; and,

b)                     The CRD Board supports the project and commits to its share of the project, estimated at $595,000, upon completion of a formal successful service area petition and approval of a loan authorization bylaw.

2.                     

a)                     Staff be directed to prepare and submit an application for Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) - Green Infrastructure - Environmental Quality Sub-Stream grant funding for the Magic Lake Estates Wastewater Service - System Renewal Project; and,

b)                     The CRD Board supports the project and commits to its share of the project funding as a result of the successful November 2019 referendum to borrow up to $6.0 million to fund the service area’s project funding contribution, and the CRD Board’s adoption of loan authorization Bylaw No. 4320.

(NWA)