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May 11,2011 Parks and Rec

 
4.1 Fees Bylaw Review
 
The Director of Community Services presented a Recreation Fees Matrix that includes rates from neighbouring municipalities for comparison. The remaining recreation fees will be reviewed at the June meeting.
The committee discussed the various fees.
 
Moved, seconded and CARRIED
THAT the following changes to fees and charges be adopted:
Increase meeting room rental rates by 2%;
Increase community group social function room rental rates by 2%;
Increase private social function room rental rates by 2%;
Increase commercial social function room rental rates by 2%;
Increase ice rental rates by 1%;
Increase arena dry floor rental rates by 1%;
Increase arena rentals for conventions and tradeshows by 1%;
Increase the Rocky Point Boat Launch fee by 2%;
Increase the Rocky Point Stage rental fee by 3%;
Keep the current Queen Street Plaza rental rate the same, but have the rate include HST;
Increase the Recreation Complex gym floor rental rate by 1%; and,
Keep the current rate for tennis court rentals.
 
4.2 Heritage Mountain Community Centre=Recreation Program & Operations Review
The Director of Community Services gave an overview of the report on the Heritage Mountain Community Centre Recreation Program and Operation.
 
Move, seconded and CARRIED
THAT the report be received for information.
 
6. Information
 
The Director of Community Services reported that the report on the parks bylaw amendments and the report on the Sports Achievement Award have both received
Council endorsement. The bylaw amendments will be undertaken by Legislative Services. The Sports Achievement Award nomination forms will be printed up and advertised in the next few days. The nomination deadline is the end of September, which will allow the commission to review the nominations at the October meeting.

The Director of Community Services clarified the information in the Glenayre Community Centre Recreation Program and Operations Review from the previous meeting: the centre operated for all 52 weeks, of which 6 weeks was taken up by a summer camp, which was captured differently in the report and not reflected in total weeks of operation.
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