Agenda Contents

Minutes
Budget Steering Committee



    Meeting Type:Budget
    Meeting ID:2018-09
    Meeting Date:Fri March 02, 2018 10:00 AM
    Location:Council Chambers, 360 Pitt Street, Cornwall, Ontario
    Chair:CN=Denis Carr/OU=CITYHALL/O=CityCornwall
    Prepared By:Cindy Delgreco, Financial & Risk Management Coordinator


      


    CALL TO ORDER

    Chair, Councillor Carr called the meeting to order at 10:48 am. A quorum was present.


    ATTENDANCE

    Council Committee Members:
    Claude McIntosh, Councillor
    Elaine MacDonald, Councillor
    Leslie O'Shaughnessy, Mayor
    (arrived at 1:10pm)
    Bernadette Clement, Councillor
    Mark A. MacDonald, Councillor
    André Rivette, Councillor
    Carilyne Hébert, Councillor
    Justin Towndale, Councillor
    David Murphy, Councillor
    (left at 3:00pm)
    Denis Carr, Councillor

    Regrets:
    Maurice Dupelle, Councillor

    Administration:
    Maureen Adams, Chief Administrative Officer
    Tracey Bailey, General Manager, Financial Services
    Paul Scrimshaw, Accounting Manager/Deputy Treasurer
    Justin Cordell, Budget and Cash Coordinator
    John St Marseille, General Manager, Infrastructure and Municipal Works

    Mark Boileau, General Manager, Planning, Development and Recreation
    Wayne Markell, Acting Paramedic Chief
    Norm Quenneville, Manager, Glen Stor Dun Lodge
    Bruce Donig, Deputy Fire Chief
    Len Tapp, Division Manager, Transit Services
    James Fawthrop, Division Manager, Parks and Recreation
    Cindy Delgreco, Financial & Risk Management Coordinator


    ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA - ADDITIONS OR DELETIONS

    As there were no additions or deletions, the Agenda was approved as presented.

    Moved By: Councillor Clement
    Seconded By: Councillor Rivette

    Motion: Carried


    DISCLOSURE OF INTEREST

    No disclosure of interest was identified.


    ADOPTION OF THE MINUTES

    Motion to adopt the following Minutes as presented.

    1 February 23, 2018 Budget Steering Committee Meeting
    Click for detail --> Cornwall eGenda

    Moved By: Councillor E. MacDonald
    Seconded By: Councillor Hébert

    Motion: Carried


    CONSENT

    The following consent items were requested to be moved to Communications for discussion;

    2 ATM Machine Licensing Fee

    4 Benson Centre Donations/Pledges

    5 Detail of account 3170 Accommodations/Meals

    6 2018 Capital Budget Submission - Updated

    7 Preliminary Survey Results


    Motion to receive consent items 1 and 3 as presented.

    Moved By: Councillor Clement
    Seconded By: Councillor Rivette

    Motion: Carried


    COMMUNICATION

    1 Possible Items for Consideration - Detailed Information

    Ms. Bailey explained the report included in the agenda provides detailed information to the possible items for consideration that Administration had provided at the February 23, 2018 meeting.

    Councillor Hébert requested that the committee go through the listed items one by one.

    Item 1 - Big Ben (2018/2019 Season)

    Motion to remove Big Ben from the 2019 Budget ($77,271 reduction).

    Moved By: Councillor Rivette
    Seconded By: Councillor Murphy


    Discussion took place around removing Big Ben from the 2019 budget. Councillors Hébert and Clement both indicated they were not in support of any area where cuts would affect children. Big Ben is contracted on a year to year basis and it was understood that this cut would not have an impact on the 2018 budget. Councillor E. MacDonald suggested that the decision could be deferred. Councillor Murphy suggested it would be fair to the Contractor to proceed with the cut now in order to provide adequate time for them to make decisions. Councillor Towndale made reference to the preliminary survey results which were in favour of eliminating the funding.


    A recorded vote on this matter resulted as follows:

    Votes For = 6 Votes Against = 3

    Councillor McIntosh Councillor E. MacDonald
    Councillor M. MacDonald Councillor Clement
    Councillor Rivette Councillor Hébert
    Councillor Towndale
    Councillor Murphy
    Councillor Carr

    Motion: Carried
    Item 2 - Grass Cutting in Guindon Park (reduce by 50%)

    Motion to reduce grass cutting in Guindon Park by 50% ($75K reduction).

    Moved By: Councillor Rivette
    Seconded By: Councillor Towndale


    Councillor Rivette asked what portion of Guindon Park was planning to be reduced. Mr. Fawthrop noted the areas proposed for cut would run adjacent to Vincent Massey Rd. to the treeline; however, it would be maintained immediately beside the path.

    Councillor Rivette questioned if the gate could be closed and have that area reduced. The committee felt leaving the gate open for the public accessibility was very important.

    Mr. Boileau noted that many Municipalities are moving towards naturalization. He provided the example of Highway 401 previously being manicured and over the last several years has moved to a more natural environment.

    Councillor Clement asked if naturalization would have any effect on the planned infrastructure improvements in Guindon Park or be a safety issue. Mr. Boileau indicated that it would not have an effect on the road improvements in the park or the BMX Park or pose any safety concern.

    A recorded vote on this matter resulted as follows:

    Votes For = 9 Votes Against = 0

    Councillor McIntosh
    Councillor E. MacDonald
    Councillor Clement
    Councillor M. MacDonald
    Councillor Rivette
    Councillor Hébert
    Councillor Towndale
    Councillor Murphy
    Councillor Carr
    Motion: Carried

    Item 3 - Grass Cutting in City Parks (reduce by 20%)

    Motion to reduce grass cutting in City Parks by 20% ($20K reduction)

    Moved By: Councillor Murphy
    Seconded By: Councillor McIntosh


    Councillor Rivette expressed concern over the reduction and stated that similar reductions have been attempted in the past. He noted that long grass in park areas are a breeding ground for animals such as skunks. Residents complained about long grass along fencelines that are along adjoining parks. Mr. Boileau noted that the focus will be on Lamoureux Park and not necessarily on the neighbourhood parks.

    Councillor Rivette asked if the City will still address noxious weeds in the parks. Mr. Fawthrop indicated that noxious weeds will continue to be addressed.

    Councillor Murphy questioned whether the grass cutting frequency could be reduced in order to realize some cost savings. Mr Fawthrop stated that the frequency is related to the season and the weather.

    A recorded vote on this matter resulted as follows:

    Votes For = 7 Votes Against = 2

    Councillor McIntosh Councillor M. MacDonald
    Councillor E. MacDonald Councillor Rivette
    Councillor Clement
    Councillor Hébert
    Councillor Towndale
    Councillor Murphy
    Councillor Carr
    Motion: Carried
    Item 4 - Outdoor Pools (reduce from 5 to 4)

    The Committee did not want to reduce outdoor pools and therefore did not discuss this area further.
    Item 5 - Landscaping maintenance at the traffic circle (reduce by 50%)

    Motion to reduce landscaping maintenance at the traffic circle by 50% ($12.5K reduction)

    Moved By: Councillor Murphy
    Seconded By: Councillor Clement


    Councillor Rivette commented on the grass cutting in the traffic circle and stated that contractors do not need to be cutting the grass when the temperature is high and the ground is dry.

    Discussion took place around the reduction of maintenance at the traffic circle. Mr. Fawthrop explained that replacement of Christmas Lights would no longer take place at the end of each season. They would continue to put up the the remaining lights each year and could eventually stop doing the Christmas lights. Councillor E. MacDonald noted that if more lights were needed in future years, it could always be added back in.

    Councillor Clement was in support of the reductions, with focus investment in the downtown core, noting the traffic circle is about flow of traffic and not otherwise.

    Councillor Rivette was not in support of the motion and stated that the traffic circle is one of the main entrances to the City.

    A recorded vote on this matter resulted as follows:

    Votes For = 7 Votes Against = 2

    Councillor McIntosh Councillor Rivette
    Councillor E. MacDonald Councillor Carr
    Councillor Clement
    Councillor M. MacDonald
    Councillor Hébert
    Councillor Towndale
    Councillor Murphy
    Motion: Carried

    Item 6 - Outdoor Rinks (flooding and maintenance by volunteers)

    Motion to have outdoor rinks flooding and maintenance done by volunteers ($30K reduction)

    Moved By: Councillor Towndale
    Seconded By: Councillor Murphy


    Discussion took place around the number of rinks (7) currently maintained by volunteers and the rinks (3) that the City maintains. Councillor E. MacDonald asked if you could notice the difference between the City and Volunteer rinks. Mr. Fawthrop indicated that the volunteer rinks have better ice conditions.

    Concerns were brought forward relating to "what if" we can't get volunteers for the 3 parks. Councillor Murphy emphasized that there is 7-8 months to find volunteers and we already have 7 of 10 rinks supported by volunteers. With the City maintaining these 3 rinks there has been no incentive to get involved.

    Mr. Fawthrop noted that some of the savings would be realized through a reduction in temporary staff hours that would have been devoted to the maintenance of the rinks.

    Ms. Bailey noted a correction to the report that reads $30K reduction to the 2018 Budget that should read 2019 Budget.

    A recorded vote on this matter resulted as follows:

    Votes For = 5 Votes Against = 4

    Councillor McIntosh Councillor Clement
    Councillor E. MacDonald Councillor M. MacDonald
    Councillor Towndale Councillor Rivette
    Councillor Murphy Councillor Hébert
    Councillor Carr
    Motion: Carried
    Item 7 - Reduce Floral Displays

    Motion to reduce floral displays in floral planting and flower bed maintenance activities ($40K reduction).

    Moved By: Councillor Murphy
    Seconded By: Councillor McIntosh


    Councillor E. MacDonald feels the floral displays are an important service and wondered if the City could start a program similar to Adopt-A-Street. Residents could adopt a bed and take the responsibility to tend to that bed. Councillor Clement asked how long it could take to get this type of program in place. Mr. Fawthrop explained that it takes time, Adopt-A-Street took quite a while to catch on but it is worth some consideration.

    Mr. Boileau indicated they have not determined the locations that would be reduced, and that it would require more conversation with the Landscape Supervisor, Mr. Porter. Unlike naturalization this will have a visual impact.

    Mr. Fawthrop furthered Mr. Boileau's comments that they had not identified any specific beds, and they would look to find savings by reducing the purchase of materials and reduce maintenance. Mr. Fawthrop indicated that some areas on Nick Kaneb Drive could see a reduction in maintenance as those floral displays are significant in size and require a greater resources in order to maintain.

    Councillor Rivette was not in favour and expressed a concern about weed growth during ideal conditions. He also asked if the hanging baskets on Pitt St belong to the City. Mr. Fawthrop indicated that the baskets are owned by the BIA but the City maintains them.

    A recorded vote on this matter resulted as follows:

    Votes For = 8 Votes Against = 1

    Councillor McIntosh Councillor Rivette
    Councillor E. MacDonald
    Councillor Clement
    Councillor M. MacDonald
    Councillor Hébert
    Councillor Towndale
    Councillor Murphy
    Councillor Carr
    Motion: Carried


    Councillor Hébert asked if the City has ever considered Edible Landscaping. Councillor Towndale stated that he would be in favour of Edible Landscaping as well. He also asked if the City plants perrenials rather than annuals. Mr. Fawthrop indicated that both are utilized and mentioned that perrenials have a maintenance component as well.

    Motion for a report from Administration concerning Edible Landscaping.

    Moved By: Councillor Hébert
    Seconded By: Councillor E. MacDonald
    Motion: Carried

    Item 8 - Complex Arena - cost recovery/reduce services

    Mr. Boileau explained why the complex arena cost recovery/reduce service was added to the list, although there were no numbers attached to this recommendation, he noted it is very expensive to run. Potential changes could include an adjustment to the hours of operation.

    Ms. Bailey provided the cost to operate the Complex and Aquatic Centre. The Complex has an Operating Cost of $2.4M and a Net Cost of $1.5M. The Aquatic Centre has an Operating Cost of $1.7M and a Net Cost of $1.1M. Total net cost to run both facilities is $2.6M.

    Councillor Murphy asked about the user fee policy. Mr. Fawthrop indicated that the 5 year fees schedule is developed by the committee but the rates are approved by Council on an annual basis. Councillor Clement indicated that she would not support any reduction that effects children.

    Motion for a report from Administration for an Action Plan to reduce the net cost at the Complex ($1.5M) and Aquatic Centre ($1.1M) in 2019.

    Moved By: Councillor Rivette
    Seconded By: Councillor Clement
    Motion: Carried
    Motion for a report from Administration for a review of City pools, including a cost comparison between Outdoor Pools and the Aquatic Centre Pool.


    Moved By: Councillor Rivette
    Seconded By: Councillor Murphy

    Motion: Carried
    Item 9 - Cornwall Community Museum

    Discussion took place around the Woodhouse Museum.

    Ms. Bailey explained the current lease agreement expires in November 2018. They City has provided payment to SD&G Historical Society for operating cost (January, February and March 2018) totalling $24,900.

    Ms. Adams indicated to the committee if they would like to see the money in reserves ($60K) that could be requested. Ms. Adams noted she would like to speak to their auditors. It would need to be determined if this funding was generated from the Municipal funding portion.

    Councillor MacIntosh indicated that the SD&G Historical Society has changed the position of Curator to a General Manager, which will result in savings in Salaries and Benefits. As a result, he suggested that the City's contribution should be adjusted.

    Motion to reduce the Community Museum budget to $70K for 2018 ($30K reduction from the 2017 budget)

    Moved By: Councillor McIntosh
    Seconded By: Councillor Rivette
    Motion: Carried

    Motion for a report from Administration to be brought to Council to review the historical financial statements of the SD&G Historical Society to identify surplus/deficits.

    Moved By: Mayor O'Shaughnessy
    Seconded By: Councillor Murphy
    Motion: Carried
    Item 10 - Human Resources: eliminate 7 summer student positions

    Ms. Adams provided feedback relating to the student positions. The positions will be strategic to the areas that they will fill. Some areas are very targeted to education (ie. Finance, Engineering). The areas that will not be filled will be reviewed and other arrangements will be made. These cuts will not effect the level of service.

    Councillor Clement advocated on behalf of the students, encouraging the opportunity for developing young minds who may come back to the City after their post secondary education and questioned if there was grant funding available. Ms. Adams noted that we have applications in to leverage grants, however, there used to be more grants available years ago.

    Councillor McIntosh noted that the number of students would be reduced from 31 to 24; however, there are far more students then that when you take into account the Recreation programs (Lifeguards, Park Leaders, etc).

    Mayor O'Shaughnessy suggested to look at the $240K we are still investing into summer student positions and not just the $70K being reduced.

    Motion to eliminate 7 summer student positions ($70K reduction).

    Moved By: Councillor McIntosh
    Seconded By: Councillor Rivette


    A recorded vote on this matter resulted as follows:

    Votes For = 7 Votes Against = 3

    Councillor McIntosh Councillor E. MacDonald
    Mayor O'Shaughnessy Councillor Clement
    Councillor M. MacDonald Councillor Hébert
    Councillor Rivette
    Councillor Towndale
    Councillor Murphy
    Councillor Carr
    Motion: Carried
    Item 11 - Reduce Handi-Transit Services

    The Committee did not want to reduce Handi-Transit service and therefore did not discuss this area further.

    Item 12 - Eliminate Community Bus Service Routes

    The Committee did not want to eliminate the Community Bus service and therefore did not discuss this area further.

    Item 13 - Reduce Sidewalk Clearing

    Mayor O'Shaughnessy commented that the City has a policy in place that indicates the time frame in which sidewalks will be cleaned and asked if the City incurs overtime for snow removal. Mr. St. Marseille noted there are provincial standards for roads and that the City's sidewalk clearing operation takes about 20-30 hours to clear all City sidewalks. They do incur overtime when there is a public requirement for sidewalk clearing but they do call in temp staff when possible.

    The Committee did not want to reduce sidewalk clearing and was concerned with liability.

    Councillor Murphy asked if there would be savings available in street sweeping. Mr. St. Marseille responded that street sweeping is part of the Pollution Control Plan and keeps contamination out of the catch basins.

    Item 14 - Reduce Snow Removal operations in the BIA's

    The Committee did not want to reduce snow removal operations in the BIA and therefore did not discuss this area further.

    Item 15 - Eliminate the Waste Credit

    Mr. St. Marseille spoke to the Solid Waste Master Plan (2008) that is being re-visited this year. Three years ago, it had brought to council to remove the waste credit and at that time it had been decided to proceed with a phased out approach. This approach required an application to be completed by February 28 to apply for this credit. With the application process in place, it has reduced the waste credits and has slowly started to prepare them for it to be eliminated.

    Councillor Rivette spoke to an email he had just received which requested that the Waste Credit be kept until March 2019. Mr. St. Marseille noted he had not had a chance to discuss at the Administrative level, and he would review and provide information to both the committee and the resident.

    Councillor Rivette requested a report from Administration to provide further information concerning the Waste Credit.

    Motion to defer the Waste Credit.

    Moved By: Councillor Clement
    Seconded By: Councillor Rivette
    Motion: Carried

    Item 16 - Reduce the Brownfield TIG Contribution

    Motion to reduce the Brownfield TIG contribution by 50% ($246,736 reduction).

    Moved By: Councillor E. MacDonald
    Seconded By: Mayor O'Shaughnessy


    Discussion took place around the Brownfield reserve.

    It was asked how much was in the reserve. Ms. Bailey explained there is currently $96K in the reserve and with a 2018 contribution of $495K there would be $591K or if the contribution for 2018 was reduce then there would be approx. $350K.

    Councillor Clement indicated that the contribution to this reserve allows the City to be financially prepared if clean up is required. Councillor Carr stated that the Brownfield Program is a worthwhile program and that it also increases tipping fees at the Landfill.

    A recorded vote on this matter resulted as follows:

    Votes For = 3 Votes Against = 7

    Mayor O'Shaughnessy Councillor McIntosh
    Councillor Towndale Councillor E. MacDonald
    Councillor Murphy Councillor Clement
    Councillor M. MacDonald
    Councillor Rivette
    Councillor Hébert
    Councillor Carr
    Motion: Defeated
    Item 17 - Eliminate Committee Lunch Meetings

    Discussion took place around the Committee Lunches. Councillor Hébert felt there was a misconception with the survey and that voters saw it as council meeting meals only. Councillor Hébert did some research and noted there are approximately 49 committees. Ms. Adams stated that there are 11 committees that serve lunches with 48 lay appointee's, working out to approximately $8-12/person.

    The Committee did not want to eliminate the committee lunches and therefore did not discuss this area further.

    Mayor O’Shaughnessy asked if a reduction in the number of committees would result in a cost savings. Ms. Adams noted that true savings would be a savings in time and resources of staff that hold positions on these committees.

    Councillor Towndale suggested that removing these lunches would be punishing the volunteers.

    Mayor O’Shaughnessy requested a report from Administration to provide a list of the committees, including background and details, for review.

    2 LTFP - Residential Taxation and Household Income

    Mayor O'Shaughnessy requested information that would show where the differences are between what the LTFP for 2018 (4.4%) and the 2018 Budget Submission (7.6%) come from.

    Ms. Bailey provided a slide that showed the Net Levy Change of 4.4% based on key assumptions. She then provided the slide that showed the differences between the LTFP and the 2018 Submission. Mayor O'Shaughnessy asked if the budget would change if the LTFP was not implemented. Ms. Bailey noted that the budget would be same, including the two new contributions to reserves (capital and life-cyle) because they are being drawn upon in 2018.

    Mayor O'Shaughnessy provided commentary on the Progress Fund. He stated that the original intention of the fund was to keep the City free of debt. He noted that it was utilized for capital expenditures in the past (Siding, HVAC units). He further questioned whether other options for the Progress Fund could be explored. Ms. Bailey noted that the fund had accomplished much for the City in funding $20M (from interest earned) worth of projects over the past 20 years. Ms. Bailey suggested the Progress Fund could be discussed with administration, in conjunction with KPMG and the City's Auditors, to see how the funds could be best utilized. Ms. Bailey also noted that, based on the City's Asset Portfolio, it would be difficult to be debt free as the City would continue borrow for large scale one-time projects.

    Motion for a report from Administration to Council reviewing the Progress Fund ($25M) and to determine how the fund could be best utilized going forward.

    Moved By: Mayor O'Shaughnessy
    Seconded By: Councillor E. MacDonald
    Motion: Carried

    3 Blended Subsidy Rates (2015-2018)

    Motion to receive the report.

    Moved By: Mayor O'Shaughnessy
    Seconded By: Councillor E. MacDonald
    Motion: Carried

    Item 18 - Marina 200

    Councillor Rivette suggested that a Tendering Process should be undertaken for Marina 200.

    Mayor O'Shaughnessy noted someone had come forward but had indicated to make money it needs to be a full service marina stating it needs winter storage and a garage for repairs.

    Councillor McIntosh spoke about how the Marina business makes money on fuel sales and repairs and Marina 200 has very low fuel sales and no mechanic.

    Motion for Administration to go out for an RFP/Tender for Marina 200 and provide background on previous RFP’s issued for the operation of the Marina.

    Moved By: Councillor Rivette
    Seconded By: Councillor M. MacDonald
    Motion: Carried
    The following Items were moved from consent for further discussion;

    2 ATM Machine Licensing Fee

    Councillor McIntosh asked if this could be a challenge when it comes to permits. Ms. Adams explained it would not be hard to find where the ATM's were located. The biggest challenge would be how to do the set-up.

    Ms. Adams noted that when we look at setting fees later this year we could look at this at that time.

    4 Benson Centre Donations/Pledges

    Ms. Bailey spoke to the report provided to the committee. In 2010, the 3+1 Committee was formed with the goal to raise $2M in pledges (pledges exceeded $2.5M). There are currently $523K in outstanding pledges, with some pledges being paid over multiple years and are still being received. The City expects to collect $2.3M of the $2.5M (or 93%). In general, fundraising campaigns experience an uncollectible pledge rate of approximately 10%.

    Uncollected Receivables/Bad Debt

    Motion for Administration to provide a report outlining the entities that make up the outstanding receivables (bad debt). Note: this would be discussed In-Camera.

    Moved By: Councillor Rivette
    Seconded By: Councillor Towndale
    Motion: Carried

    Council Expenses

    Discussion was raised on council expenses. Councillor E. MacDonald asked what happens to the funds that are not spent. Ms. Adams explained the funds go to the City's surplus/deficit.

    Motion to reduce the council budget for expenses by 50% ($12.5K reduction).

    Moved By: Councillor Clement
    Seconded By: Councillor Hébert


    A recorded vote on this matter resulted as follows:

    Mayor O'Shaughnessy stepped away from the table and did not take part in vote.
    Councillor Murphy had left the meeting and did not vote.

    Votes For = 5 Votes Against = 3

    Councillor McIntosh Councillor E. MacDonald
    Councillor Clement Councillor Rivette
    Councillor M. MacDonald Councillor Carr
    Councillor Hébert
    Councillor Towndale
    Motion: Carried
    5 Detail of account 3170 Accommodations/Meals

    Ms. Bailey provided information relating to the report Councillor Towndale had requested regarding account 3170 Accommodations/Meals. Ms. Bailey noted that in order to provide all the information, the report included accounts associated with this account; such as, 3115 Training, 3160 Conferences, 3180 Travel and 3181 Other Travel. Ms. Bailey noted that conferences/training seminars are valuable for continuous learning and regular development opportunities. As an example, she detailed for the Committee what Financial Services' staff attend.

    Ms. Adams explained the report covers all departments including Police Services and, if requested to reduce this amount, the committee would need to speak to Police Services. She also noted that the $57K under Human Resource covers the Corporation for all employee training.

    Motion to reduce by 10% budget for Meals, Accommodations, Education, Training, Conference (accounts 3115, 3160, 3170, 3180 and 3181).

    A recorded vote on this matter resulted as follows:

    Moved By: Councillor Towndale
    Seconded By: Councillor M. MacDonald


    Councillor Murphy had left the meeting and did not vote.

    Votes For = 1 Votes Against = 8

    Councillor Towndale Councillor McIntosh
    Councillor E. MacDonald
    Mayor O'Shaughnessy
    Councillor Clement
    Councillor M. MacDonald
    Councillor Rivette
    Councillor Hébert
    Councillor Carr
    Motion: Defeated
    6 2018 Capital Budget Submission - Updated

    Ms. Bailey explained to the committee this report was included as an update to the 2018 Capital Budget Submission with the changes made to date.

    7 Preliminary Survey Results

    Ms. Adams spoke to the preliminary results of the survey noting the survey would close on Monday, March 5th. Ms. Bailey provided a hand out that detailed the number of respondents by each day, noting that, normally, a majority of respondents will participate in a survey within the first week of its release, but if further responses are received, this information will also be provided to the BSC.

    Councillor Carr requested a listing of all Assets that could be sold in 12-24 months (land, building, equipment).


    NEW BUSINESS

    There were no New Business items.


    UNFINISHED BUSINESS

    Listing of Reports


    NEXT MEETING

    Friday, March 9, 2018 (9:00 am - 3:00 pm)


    ADJOURNMENT

    The Budget Steering Committee meeting was adjourned at 5:01 pm.