Comment 74167

By RenaissanceWatcher (registered) | Posted February 10, 2012 at 22:29:43

The Hamilton District School Board has released information today about the 18 sites they had evaluated as the possible location for their new headquarters.

The following is the ranking of sites initially considered by the Hamilton Wentworth District School Board for their new headquarters and the number of points scored for each site using their “site evaluation scoring model” shown in the link below:

  1. Crestwood- 86.69 Points
  2. Jackson Square/Stelco Tower- 86.49
  3. Highland- 83.65
  4. Innovation Park- 82.09
  5. Jerome - 81.95
  6. Sir Allan MacNab- 81.63
  7. Lincoln Alexander Parkway and Pritchard- 81.61
  8. City Hall- 81.34
  9. Sheldon- 80.78
  10. West Harbour Lands- 80.47
  11. Ancaster- 80.04
  12. Chatham- 77.48
  13. King and Queen- 77.04
  14. Windermere- 76.88
  15. Pritchard and Rymal- 76.28
  16. Aberdeen
  17. Upper James and Rymal- 75.48
  18. Flamborough- 69.01 http://www.hwdsb.on.ca/aboutus/education...

And here is their “Top Sites (Over 80 Mark)- Ranked” on Page 12 of their Education Centre Project Report to the Committee of the Whole dated October 18, 2010 as shown in the link below:

  1. Crestwood- 86.69 Points
  2. Highland- 83.65
  3. Innovation Park- 82.09
  4. Jerome- 81.95
  5. Sir Allan MacNab- 81.63
  6. Lincoln Alexander Parkway and Pritchard- 81.61
  7. City Hall- 81.34
  8. Sheldon- 80.78
  9. West Harbour Lands- 80.47
  10. Ancaster- 80.04 http://www.hwdsb.on.ca/aboutus/education...

Questions:

  1. Why was the Jackson Square/Stelco Tower site, which scored 86.49 points and was ranked second only to the Crestwood site in the scoring system used by the School Board, omitted from further consideration as one of the top ten sites in the report presented to the Committee of the Whole on October 18, 2010?

  2. Is there still time for the Board to duly consider the Jackson Square/Stelco Tower site as a possible location for their new headquarters?

Comment edited by RenaissanceWatcher on 2012-02-10 23:17:47

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