- In 2021, Markstay-Warren was successful in receiving 100% funding for the Municipal Modernization Program Intake 2 (MMP2) Review Stream.
- This project was to perform a business case analysis for the Transportation and Fire Services Consolidation.
- The objective of this funding is as follows:
- Be a review of municipal service delivery or administrative expenditures by an independent third-party reviewer for the purpose of finding savings and efficiencies.
- The result is a report by the independent third-party reviewer that provides specific and actionable recommendations for cost savings and improved efficiencies.
Markstay-Warren has received a Business Case Analysis that recommends the Municipality consolidate its Fire and Public Works facilities as follows:
- A new Fire Department centrally located and Public Works Yard at the existing Markstay Public Works Yard;
- A new Fire Department Rapid-Response Bay and Public Works Supply Depot at the existing Warren PW Yard;
- A new Fire Department Rapid-Response Bay and revitalized Training Facility at the Awrey site.
The recommendation results in an estimated $3.3 Million in capital costs vs $5.9 Million.
The reports are below.
- The Consultants delivered a detailed report that was presented to Council at their Regular Council Meeting on December 13th, 2021.
- The Consultants will be presenting a summary report to Council on January 24th, 2022.
The public opinion questionnaire is no longer available. Municipal Council would like to thank everyone who has contributed to this process!
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