Order – Municipal School Building F.W. Parker Elementary School – Motion Approved


Video recorded by the Quincy Taxpayers Association
Meeting Date: February 6, 2017 at 7:30 pm
Location: Quincy City Hall, Quincy Massachusetts

Council Order 2017-019 – Order – Municipal School Building F.W. Parker Elementary School – Motion Approved on Feb 6, 2017

INTRODUCED BY: MAYOR THOMAS P. KOCH
CITY OF QUINCY IN COUNCIL
ORDER NO. 2017-019
ORDERED: February 06, 2017

Be It Resolved:

Having convened in an open meeting on Monday, February 6, 2017, prior to the closing date, the Quincy City Council, in accordance with its charter, by-laws, and ordinances, has voted to authorize the Superintendent of Schools to submit to the Massachusetts School Building Authority the Statement of Interest Form dated February 17, 2017 for the F.W. Parker Elementary School located at 148 Billings, Quincy, Massachusetts which describes and explains the following deficiencies and the priority category(s) for which an application may be submitted to the Massachusetts School Building Authority in the future:

Priority 5: Replacement, renovation or modernization of school facility systems, such as roofs, windows, boilers, heating and ventilation systems, to increase energy conservation and decrease energy-related costs in a school facility.

Description of Deficiencies for Priority 5: The F.W. Parker Elementary School was built in 1917 and renovated in 1955 and 1995. Given the innovations in HVAC technology since the building renovation was completed, the F.W. Parker Elementary School’s energy efficiency would be substantially improved by the installation of a replacement boiler.

and hereby further specifically acknowledges that by submitting this Statement of Interest Form, the Massachusetts School Building Authority in no way guarantees the acceptance or the approval of an application, the awarding of a grant or any other funding commitment from the Massachusetts School Building Authority, or commits the City of Quincy to filing an application for funding with the Massachusetts School Building Authority.

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