I might have addressed the issue of confidentiality, but I don't think my remarks went directly to what this motion is saying.
This motion, in my view, has two components. One is to place a moratorium on the sale of the proposed buildings until we get further information. It doesn't ask for information. It just says the production of information is the explicatory factor or the reason given for why the moratorium is being sought.
I'm being legalistic here in reading this, and it's not appropriate for a motion of a committee to be that legalistic, but I'll give you my instincts here. When you're seeking a moratorium, as you are here, and this motion is adopted, that doesn't say anything about the studies or the information that's being referred to here. There would need to be another motion, I would think, pursuant to this, calling for production of such studies and information by some date or something. The procedural clerk of this committee can better advise you on this. It seems to me all this does is place a moratorium on the sale of the proposed buildings.