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Votes on selected LVEC - KROCK Centre motions

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Council vote date: September 19, 2012

Staff to renew K-Rock Centre management contract with SMG until 2017

Council's vote Carried (12:1)
Council vote date: September 19, 2012

Staff to negotiate new deal with Global Spectrum for KRock Centre Management until 2017

Council's vote Lost (2:11)

Council vote date: May 15, 2012

Staff to renew K-Rock Centre management contract with SMG until 2017

Council's vote Lost (6:7)
Council vote date: August 22, 2006

Authorize the borrowing of $25,500,000 over thirty-three years for the purpose of constructing the Kingston Regional Sports and Entertainment Centre.

Council's vote Carried (9:4)
Council vote date: May 30, 2006

Move $504,100 sunk into Anglin Bay Location From "LVEC" to "Working Fund Reserve"

Council's vote Carried (8:5)

Council vote date: May 23, 2006

That staff be authorized to engage Olympia and York / SMG Canada to run the LVEC

Council's vote Carried (11:2)
Council vote date: April 18, 2006

Public consultation prior to turning part of Douglas Fluhrer Park into parking.

Council's vote Lost (10:3)

Council vote date: March 21, 2006

That $504,100 in sunk costs for the Anglin Bay LVEC site be charged to the city's working fund reserve (Unofficial tally)

Council's vote Lost (6:7)

Council vote date: November 1, 2005

That Council not proceed with consideration of the development of the LVEC on the inner harbour site and that staff be directed to cease all work and negotiations related to the inner harbour site.

Council's vote Carried (11:1)
Bittu George (Absent)
Council vote date: November 1, 2005

That Kingston City Council cease completely any policy direction that would financially or conceptually link the Memorial Centre and its surrounding public properties to the proposed LVEC

Council's vote Lost (5:7)
Bittu George (Absent)
Council vote date: November 1, 2005

That the 2005 capital budget be amended to approve the construction of the LVEC at $37.3 million as an upset maximum with financing as set out in the LVEC Business Plan

Council's vote Carried (8:4)
Bittu George (Absent)

Council vote date: September 20, 2005

Upon rejection of the Anglin Bay site, to include the Memorial Centre as an alternative site

Council's vote Lost (4:9)
Council vote date: September 6, 2005

Second round of questions to Mr Ron Bidulka about the LVEC market study that cost $38,775 to produce.

Council's vote Lost (6:5)
Leonore Foster (Absent)
Ed Smith (Absent)

Council vote date: May 17, 2005

$500,000 to LVEC from the Working Fund Reserve until permanent funds materialize

Council's vote Carried (8:5)