Can M-NCPPC Department of Parks and Recreation provide a timeline of next steps?
Over the next 60 days, the Department will be focusing on completing the following actions:
• Finalizing the insurance claim
• Finalizing cost estimates for replacement options
• Completing site analysis to most cost effectively locate the replacement facility
• Expediting the procurement process
• Partnering with the community TRIR stakeholder group
• Beginning design work for the replacement facility
• Developing a project schedule

Once more information is gathered on cost estimates, insurance claims, and site analysis, the Department will develop a more complete project schedule for the replacement of the facility.

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1. What steps have been taken since the fire in January?
2. What are the plans for rebuilding TRIR?
3. Do any ice rink scenarios include two sheets of ice?
4. Once the new TRIR is built, will historical user groups maintain their priority ranking when it comes to booking ice time?
5. How much funding is available for the reconstruction of the Tucker Road Ice Rink?
6. How much insurance money will there be to help with the replacement cost of a new building?
7. How does the insurance work?
8. Is there a maximum settlement amount?
9. Will insurance pay for expanding the facility?
10. How is replacement cost value determined?
11. When will the insurance settlement be known?
12. What impact does the insurance settlement have on replacing the rink?
13. As a user group/citizen, is there anything we/I can do to help secure funding for this project?
14. Can M-NCPPC Department of Parks and Recreation provide a timeline of next steps?
15. How can the community have their voices heard throughout the process by M-NCPPC Department of Parks and Recreation?