Meetings Tagged "Capital Improvements"

December 13, 2011 – Special Meeting, Federal/State Budget Cuts, Public Facility Capital Needs

SUMMARY FROM THE GALLERY Federal and State cuts continue to decrease beyond that which was anticipated in the current budget cycle.  Revenues continue to decline- specifically in property transfer tax, interest income and moving violations.  Anticipated deficit:  $1.8 Million Public Facility Capital needs:  $127.8 Million unfunded.  Due primarily to deferred maintenance, seismic upgrade and...

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November 8, 2011 – Workshop, Cell Phone Use and Solid Waste Operations

November 8, 2011 - Workshop Guidelines for Cell Phone Use,  Solid Waste Operation and Financial Update SUMMARY FROM THE GALLERY CELL PHONE USE: A draft ordinance regarding posting warnings of the use of Cell Phones will be placed on a future agenda SOLID WASTE OPERATION: 1-man truck training has begun, roll out is targeted for July 2012.  Employees are requesting more involvement in the...

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October 25, 2011 – Watershed Management Workshot

October 25, 2011 - Watershed Management Plan Update SUMMARY FROM THE GALLERY Goals of the Watershed Management Plan are to reduce flooding, protect water quality, preserve natural waterways and their habitat, re-use rainwater and come into EPA regulatory compliance.  Cost for the entire program would be $207.5 million = assessment of $238/year per single family residence (current storm water...

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Refuse/Capital Improvement Plan – March 29, 2011 Special Meeting

SUMMARY FROM THE GALLERY PARKS, RECREATION AND WATERFRONT –Completed projects:  Shorebird Nature Center, Gilman Street Sports Fields (new soccer field).  Unfunded capital improvements total $78 Million not including pools which is an additional $30 Million. PUBLIC WORKS CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS – Street rehab:  funding comes from general fund and grants with an emphasis on arterials...

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