City Parking Enforcement Could Continue With Commissionaires
Monday July 25th, 2016
Posted at 10:00am
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The contract for the Commissionaires who provide parking enforcement in the City of Windsor expires at the end of this year, and City administration is looking to extend it one more year.
The Commissionaires took over city parking enforcement on October 4th, 2010 after City Council voted to contract out the service that had been provided by city staff.
The original contract expires at the end of 2015 with three options to renew for one year periods. The city already renewed it once for a year covering 2016.
City administration says they are satisfied with the currently model of parking enforcement and that since contacting out revenues had been on the increase, and are recommending the city extend it one more year.
Extending the contract for 2017 will cost the city $630,773.44 to be adjusted on January 1st, 2017 by the inflationary factor as per the terms of the contract.
City Council will make the final decision at their meeting on Tuesday, August 2nd.