Briefing_Note - To:ProjectCoordinatorforCogenerationSystem...

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To: Project Coordinator for Co-generation System From: Tadveen Alam Date: October 27 th , 2010 Subject: Briefing for Cogeneration Project on Queens’ Campus and Student Village It has been brought to the attention of Queens’ that blackouts are a hazard and inconvenience  to the community. They have occurred frequently in Southeast Canada (Fairley, 2008).  However, these threats do not impose a great enough risk for Queens’ and the Kingston  community to address this issue by installing additional cogeneration equipment. If the streets  were dug up, professors and students would have difficulties with transportation and  convenience issues. There would be no close-by alternate parking for staff and buses. The  Kingston Transit and Tri-Colour companies would also have to find alternate routes and stops to  compensate the construction process. Therefore, due to the time and cost, it is unreasonable for  Queens’ to put forth this project. Inconvenience The construction of additional cogeneration equipment will create student village/campus  trafficking. In the human trafficking aspect, students, profs, and nearby residences would have  difficulties travelling and crossing the street. Road blocks would be placed on certain streets 
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