Addendum to Agenda
for the Meeting of the
Board of Parks and Recreation
Monday, June 01, 1998

 

DELEGATIONS

Item 4 - Food Services at Golf Course Clubhouses - Consultant's Report

  • Brenda Coombs and Paul Griffin, CUPE Local 15 requested to speak to the Board regarding the above.

Item 6 - Busking in Parks

  • Cameron McCabe requested to speak to the Board regarding busking in parks.
COMMUNITY SERVICES AND BUDGETS COMMITTEE
  1. Busking in Parks
    Staff report dated April 27, 1998 recommending that the Board participate on a trial basis for one year in the busking program developed by the City and designate a number of sites for buskers who purchase permits on English Bay and Kits Beach Park and several free areas in parks where buskers without permits may perform.
  2. Brock House Society Lease Renewal
    Staff report dated May 22, 1998 recommending that the lease between the Park Board and the Brock House Society be renewed for a further five-year term commencing February 1, 1998 and that the clause detailed in the report be added to the lease.
  3. Award of Contract for Supply of Paper Towels and Toilet Tissue Paper
    Staff report dated May 27, 1998 recommending that the Board approve the award of contract for the supply of paper towels and toilet tissue paper as listed in the report.
  4. Park Board Signing Authority
    Staff report dated May 28, 1998 recommending that the signing authority for the Park Board be designated as listed in the report.
PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE
  1. Lord Roberts School Playground
    Staff report dated May 27, 1998 recommending that the Board approve Recommendations A to C.
  2. Boiler Room Upgrade - Kerrisdale Community Centre
    Staff report dated May 28, 1998 recommending that the Board award quotation Q98-30 for upgrading the boiler room at Kerrisdale Community Centre to Pascoe Williams Mechanical Ltd.
  3. New Brighton Park
    Staff report dated May 28, 1998 recommending that the Board approve the appointment of Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg Inc. as Landscape Architects for the preparation of working drawings, contract documents and site supervision for phase I of the redevelopment of New Brighton Park at a cost for fees and disbursements of $124,500 excluding GST.
  4. Hastings Park
    Staff report dated May 28, 1998 recommending that the Board approve the appointment of Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg Inc. as Landscape Architects for the preparation of working drawings, contract documents and site supervision for phase II of the restoration of Hastings Park at a cost for fees and disbursements of $273,864 excluding GST.

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