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Hamilton City is exploring the closure or consolidation of some community halls as part of a review of 2,000 cities --
Own property.
Of the 24 community halls in Hamilton, 16 were deemed not to be fully utilized (
Utilization less than 50)
A backlog of $6.
According to a city report at the end of November, 3 million people were in repair.
"Generally speaking, the life cycle of the community hall is nearing the end, the utilization rate is low, the maintenance status is poor, and the fund maintenance backlog is large, the report submitted to the general committee said.
City staff believe that a more modern community/entertainment center is capable of meeting the needs of the community hall.
In five years, many halls will be in a "critical state" and some already exist.
The city staff report did not recommend any immediate action on any particular property.
Instead, the land development task force is expected to report to the General Committee next year on community halls and other properties.
Of the 24 community halls listed in the report, the oldest is Sealey Park Scout Hall, which was built in jerseville in 1855.
The latest is Copetown and regional community center, built in 1996-
But it is also the largest building, with the highest cost of updating, and now it will cost $995,440, more than $1.
6 million in the next 10 years
Two community halls in Hamilton have been demolished
Located in the Nigel Charon community center, Dundas and North Wentworth Arena Hall.
Plans to consolidate the three halls are also in progress: once the new facilities of Mahony Park are open in 2018, the Normanhurst community center will be closed.
Upon completion of the Greensville community center, the Greensville Hall will be closed and sold and is expected to be sold in September 2019.
The land exchange agreement will allow the city to sell Carluke Hall.
But not all community centers will be considered closed. Ward 11 Coun.
Brenda Johnson said the Binbrook Memorial and Hope Hill Memorial were renovated through federal projects, each with $1 million in municipal construction funds.
A month ago, the Binbrook Memorial was reopened and "the community and the City operations project have all made good use of it," she said.
Hopefully the mountain Hall will reopen this spring, "just in time to build splash-proof mats, awnings, trails, etc.
Woodburn Hall is the last one.
The city has a school house in style rooms.
"This will be designated in the history of this year," Johnson said, adding that a kindergarten will rent it out and pay the operating costs.
Hamilton City is exploring the closure or consolidation of some community halls as part of a review of 2,000 cities --
Own property.
Of the 24 community halls in Hamilton, 16 were deemed not to be fully utilized (
Utilization less than 50)
A backlog of $6.
According to a city report at the end of November, 3 million people were in repair.
"Generally speaking, the life cycle of the community hall is nearing the end, the utilization rate is low, the maintenance status is poor, and the fund maintenance backlog is large, the report submitted to the general committee said.
City staff believe that a more modern community/entertainment center is capable of meeting the needs of the community hall.
In five years, many halls will be in a "critical state" and some already exist.
The city staff report did not recommend any immediate action on any particular property.
Instead, the land development task force is expected to report to the General Committee next year on community halls and other properties.
Of the 24 community halls listed in the report, the oldest is Sealey Park Scout Hall, which was built in jerseville in 1855.
The latest is Copetown and regional community center, built in 1996-
But it is also the largest building, with the highest cost of updating, and now it will cost $995,440, more than $1.
6 million in the next 10 years
Two community halls in Hamilton have been demolished
Located in the Nigel Charon community center, Dundas and North Wentworth Arena Hall.
Plans to consolidate the three halls are also in progress: once the new facilities of Mahony Park are open in 2018, the Normanhurst community center will be closed.
Upon completion of the Greensville community center, the Greensville Hall will be closed and sold and is expected to be sold in September 2019.
The land exchange agreement will allow the city to sell Carluke Hall.
But not all community centers will be considered closed. Ward 11 Coun.
Brenda Johnson said the Binbrook Memorial and Hope Hill Memorial were renovated through federal projects, each with $1 million in municipal construction funds.
A month ago, the Binbrook Memorial was reopened and "the community and the City operations project have all made good use of it," she said.
Hopefully the mountain Hall will reopen this spring, "just in time to build splash-proof mats, awnings, trails, etc.
Woodburn Hall is the last one.
The city has a school house in style rooms.
"This will be designated in the history of this year," Johnson said, adding that a kindergarten will rent it out and pay the operating costs.
Hamilton City is exploring the closure or consolidation of some community halls as part of a review of 2,000 cities --
Own property.
Of the 24 community halls in Hamilton, 16 were deemed not to be fully utilized (
Utilization less than 50)
A backlog of $6.
According to a city report at the end of November, 3 million people were in repair.
"Generally speaking, the life cycle of the community hall is nearing the end, the utilization rate is low, the maintenance status is poor, and the fund maintenance backlog is large, the report submitted to the general committee said.
City staff believe that a more modern community/entertainment center is capable of meeting the needs of the community hall.
In five years, many halls will be in a "critical state" and some already exist.
The city staff report did not recommend any immediate action on any particular property.
Instead, the land development task force is expected to report to the General Committee next year on community halls and other properties.
Of the 24 community halls listed in the report, the oldest is Sealey Park Scout Hall, which was built in jerseville in 1855.
The latest is Copetown and regional community center, built in 1996-
But it is also the largest building, with the highest cost of updating, and now it will cost $995,440, more than $1.
6 million in the next 10 years
Two community halls in Hamilton have been demolished
Located in the Nigel Charon community center, Dundas and North Wentworth Arena Hall.
Plans to consolidate the three halls are also in progress: once the new facilities of Mahony Park are open in 2018, the Normanhurst community center will be closed.
Upon completion of the Greensville community center, the Greensville Hall will be closed and sold and is expected to be sold in September 2019.
The land exchange agreement will allow the city to sell Carluke Hall.
But not all community centers will be considered closed. Ward 11 Coun.
Brenda Johnson said the Binbrook Memorial and Hope Hill Memorial were renovated through federal projects, each with $1 million in municipal construction funds.
A month ago, the Binbrook Memorial was reopened and "the community and the City operations project have all made good use of it," she said.
Hopefully the mountain Hall will reopen this spring, "just in time to build splash-proof mats, awnings, trails, etc.
Woodburn Hall is the last one.
The city has a school house in style rooms.
"This will be designated in the history of this year," Johnson said, adding that a kindergarten will rent it out and pay the operating costs.
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