Meetings Tagged "Capital Improvements"
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More
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...Read More