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ATTENTION! Your Attendance is Requested at Sarnia City Council Meeting November 18, 2019
Submitted By Amanda Madere on Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Attention Sarnia Hockey executive members, coaches and managers, parents & players! Your attendance is requested at the November 18, 2019 at 4:00pm,  Sarnia City Council meeting in support of the Arena Advisory Committee presentation to council in support of increased capital funding for our arenas, in line with the 2015 Arena Management Study (AMS) that the city agreed to adopt. 

As per the study, the city has fallen short of their financial commitment of the required $1Million per year for 10 years, for the needed $10 Million investment over 10 years. This is just to bring the facilities to a “good” operating level and maintain them at that level. 

The core Arena user groups need to be aware of what lies ahead if the city doesn’t make the required investment which will eventually include equipment and major infrastructure failures that could take a rink out of commission during critical demand use.


It is our hope that your attendance will help City Council to recognize that this is important to our community.
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