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Premier Ball Announces $38.8 Million for Municipal Infrastructure

Executive Council
Municipal Affairs and Environment
September 1, 2017

Premier Ball Announces $38.8 Million for Municipal Infrastructure

 

BACKGROUNDER

Cost-shared project funding for 2017-18 under the Small Communities Fund of the New Building Canada Fund is allocated as below.

Community Project Total Project Value Provincial Contribution Federal Contribution
Arnold’s Cove Water & Sewer Upgrading – Bar Haven Heights $834,900 $429,058 $252,347
Avondale 2017 Water Extension Station Rd $567,812 $291,800 $171,620
Bauline Emergency Operating Centre – Alternate Power Supply $126,000 $28,565 $28,565
Bay St. George South New Pumphouse and Assoc. Work for St. Fintan’s Area $158,789 $81,602 $47,994
Botwood 2017 Sanitary Sewer Outfall – Phase 1 Circular Road $880,000 $452,235 $265,978
Burin Lift Station Retrofit –  Port au Bras Lift Station $350,371 $180,057 $105,899
Carbonear Water and Sewer Upgrading Water Street – Additional Funding $550,000 $232,771 $166,236
Cartwright Lift Station Upgrading/ Replacement & Sewer Main Cleaning – Low Road & Point Road $626,939 $322,186 $189,491
Corner Brook Street Resurfacing $2,000,000 $453,417 $453,417
Daniel’s Harbour Pump House Extension $358,023 $183,989 $108,212
Deer Lake Fourth Avenue Rehabilitation $1,384,799 $586,074 $418,553
Dover Up Grade  Liftstation SPS No. 4 & SPS No. 5 $415,258 $213,403 $125,511
Husky Energy Easter Seals House Inclusive Park $2,000,000 $207,500 $207,500
Embree Water System Upgrades $927,960 $469,297 $280,474
Ferryland Water Treatment Plant Upgrades $852,999 $438,359 $257,817
Flower’s Cove Main Waterline Upgrades/Repairs and Street Paving $1,326,496 $300,728 $300,728
Fogo Island Iceberg Arena Upgrades $209,616 $57,026 $57,026
Fogo Island Green’s Lane – Water and Sewer $215,775 $110,887 $65,218
Fogo Island PH System – Fogo Water Supply $88,000 $45,223 $26,598
Fogo Island Water Drainage – Old Hospital Site $126,135 $64,821 $38,124
Gambo Road Upgrades – Centennial Road $270,926 $61,421 $61,421
Gander SCF 2019-1 Wilcockson Crescent $600,000 $199,522 $181,349
Gaskiers-Point La Haye Water Supply $549,973 $282,633 $166,228
Glovertown Road Upgrading/Paving $624,839 $141,656 $141,656
Grand Falls – Windsor Grenfell Heights (Upper Portion) New Water & Storm and Road Widening – Phase I $1,000,000 $332,536 $302,248
Greenspond Upgrade Sewage Pumping Station’s $265,233 $136,304 $80,166
Happy Valley – Goose Bay Sewage Lift Station #1 Upgrading $385,000 $128,026 $116,365
Happy Valley – Goose Bay Hospital Pressure Reducing Valve Replacement $55,000 $18,290 $16,624
Happy Valley – Goose Bay Sewage Lift Station #7 Upgrading $192,500 $64,013 $58,183
Happy Valley – Goose Bay Storm Drainage Improvements $55,000 $12,469 $12,469
Harbour Grace Harvey Street – Phase 4 – Water, Sewer & Street Upgrading $2,032,090             $1,044,236 $614,257
Harbour Main-Chapel’s Cove-Lakeview Water & Sewer Upgrading Chapel’s Cove & Fewer’s Hill $1,501,264 $771,504 $453,754
Heart’s Content Track Road Upgrading and Paving $50,067 $11,351 $11,351
Heart’s Delight-Islington 2017/2018 Water System Upgrades $60,000 $30,834 $18,135
Hickman’s Harbour-Robinson Bight Water System Improvements $363,000 $186,547 $109,716
Hopedale Water System Freeze Prevention Upgrades/Rehabilitation $605,000 $310,911 $182,860
Kippens Road Upgrading – Island Pond Drive – Phase 3 $1,083,500 $245,639 $245,639
Little Bay East Street Upgrading and Paving 2017 – Spruce Road $50,322 $11,409 $11,409
Little Bay East Street Upgrades and Paving 2017 – Cemetery Road $128,608 $29,156 $29,156
Logy Bay – Middle Cove – Outer Cove 2018 MCW Culvert Replacements $331,315 $75,112 $75,112
Lumsden Beothic Arena Chiller Replacement $129,605 $43,098 $39,173
Marystown Road Upgrading 2017 – Forest Road Upgrading, Paving, and Water Laterals $552,834 $125,332 $125,332
Marysvale Well Upgrading – Main Road $189,829 $97,554 $57,375
Marysvale Water Line Valve & Post/Flush Hydrant Installation – Various Locations $92,323 $47,445 $27,904
Meadows Multi-Purpose Court (Rink) Upgrades – Roof Installation $660,000 $179,553 $179,553
Miles Cove Town of Miles Cove – Water and Sewer, Phase II $961,766 $494,255 $290,692
Millertown Water Treatment/ Chlorination Building $378,235 $194,376 $114,321
Millertown Sewage Pumping Station Upgrade $135,355 $69,559 $40,911
Mount Moriah Sweetapple Drive – Road Upgrading $288,960 $65,510 $65,510
Mount Pearl 2017 – 2020 Street Upgrading (Second Street between St. Andrews and Sunrise) $704,846 $234,387 $213,038
Mount Pearl Glacier 1 (Elevator and HVAC Upgrades) $550,000 $149,628 $149,628
New Perlican Water Main Upgrades – Installing Poly Pigging System $150,851 $77,523 $45,594
North Harbour Water System Upgrade (2017) $859,062 $441,475 $259,650
Paradise Clearview Heights Upgrading $1,980,160 $448,919 $448,919
Pasadena Storm Sewer – Midland Row East $1,056,000 $446,920 $319,174
Phillips Head 2017 Water Line Repair throughout Phillip’s Head $261,956 $134,620 $79,176
Port au Port West-Aguathuna-Felix Cove Waterline Replacement, Phase 4 $167,290 $85,971 $50,563
Port Blandford Water Pumping System Improvements $495,000 $254,382 $149,613
Portugal Cove South Water Main Extension $364,541 $187,339 $110,182
Ramea Seawalls – Upgrades & Repairs $797,997 $482,459 $241,193
Rigolet Upgrade Water System Intake $506,000 $260,035 $152,938
Rigolet Upgrade Power Supply at PWDU and Tank Altitude Building $320,100 $72,569 $72,569
Salmon Cove Water and Sewer Installations $660,000 $339,176 $199,484
Shoe Cove (Notre Dame Bay) Water Treatment System $165,000 $84,794 $49,871
South Brook (Hall’s Bay) Sewage Lift Station Retrofit $176,024 $90,459 $53,203
Springdale Orange Lane & Churchill Place $436,425 $224,280 $131,909
St. Alban’s Refurbishment of Water Storage Reservoir $240,766 $123,731 $72,771
St. George’s Chlorination Building Upgrading $99,000 $50,876 $29,923
St. Mary’s Additional Artesian Wells $268,180 $137,819 $81,057
Stephenville Pleasant Avenue Reconstruction Phase 2 $1,325,632 $561,034 $400,670
Stephenville Crossing Lift Station Controls and SCADA upgrades $370,961 $190,638 $112,122
Victoria Cole’s Road Water & Sewer/Road Upgrading $225,763 $116,021 $68,237
Wabana Pumphouse & wells replacement # 3 Yard -Wabana $1,737,109 $892,706 $525,038
Wabush Industrial Park Wastewater Treatment Plant – Engineering Design Initiative $1,100,000 $565,294 $332,473
Winterton Winterton Recreation Center Upgrades $247,250 $67,264 $67,264
Woody Point Woody Point Lift Station Upgrade $271,145 $139,342 $81,953
York Harbour Fill Station $63,250 $32,504 $19,117
Totals:   $43,192,724 $17,451,414 $11,913,506

 

 

Municipal Capital Works Program
Cost-shared project funding for 2017-18 under the provincial Municipal Capital Works program is allocated as below.

Recipient Project Project Value Provincial Contribution
Anchor Point Road paving  $373,800 $169,487
Badger Water/wastewater and sewer system  $230,226 $187,899
Bishop’s Falls Road upgrades $432,986 $196,323
Branch Water treatment system upgrades $660,000 $538,660
Channel-Port aux Basques Municipal town depot $2,889,407 $1,572,129
Cow Head Wastewater system upgrades $374,219 $305,419
Crow Head Water/Wastewater/sewer system $550,000 $448,883
Fox Cove-Mortier Water infrastructure upgrades $759,873 $620,171
Grand Bank Municipal fire hall upgrades $529,582 $288,146
Happy Adventure Water and sewer system upgrades $365,491 $298,296
Hermitage-Sandyville Water treatment system $330,000 $269,330
Hughes Brook Municipal building – town hall $50,000 $27,205
Humber Arm South Community centre upgrades $155,250 $84,472
Indian Bay Water pumping system $206,800 $168,780
Jackson’s Arm Wastewater upgrades

Sewer system study

$469,992

$120,000

$383,584

$97,938

Lamaline Road upgrades $315,000 $142,826
La Scie Street upgrading/paving $105,000 $47,609
Meadows Municipal depot $35,000 $19,044
NorPen Regional Service Board New fire hall $3,036,000 $1,927,205
North West River Water infrastructure assessment $552,805 $451,173
Port au Port East Water resevoir upgrade $338,428 $276,208
Random Island West Fire hall improvements $50,000 $27,205
Stephenville Crossing Emergency generators  $190,830 $86,526
Traytown Water supply testing $31,498 $25,707.13
Trinity Bay North Wastewater upgrades

Local road improvements

$447,339

$645,939

$365,097

$292,880

Twillingate Water/Wastewater/sewer system upgrades $130,295 $106,340
West St. Modeste Town hall renovations $90,885 $49,451
Winterton Fire hall upgrades $50,000 $27,205
Totals $14,516,645 $9,501,198

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