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File #: 2017-1554    Name:
Type: Presentation Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 10/3/2017 In control: City Council - Work Session
On agenda: 11/9/2017 Final action:
Title: Discussion regarding Council Guidance for 2017 CIP Sales Tax Prioritization of Projects and Programs
Sponsors: Public Works Admin & Engineering, Binger, George
Attachments: 1. Presentation
Related files: 2018-1840, 2020-3870, 2017-1652, BILL NO. 18-27
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Title

Discussion regarding Council Guidance for 2017 CIP Sales Tax Prioritization of Projects and Programs

 

Body

Issue/Request:

Discussion regarding Council Guidance for 2017 CIP Sales Tax Prioritization of Projects and Programs

 

Key Issues:

                      Voters approved a 15-year extension of the ½-cent Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) Sales tax in April 2017

                     The sales tax can be used to fund road projects, programs to repair and improve to public infrastructure for roads and stormwater systems

                     City Staff is requesting guidance from City Council regarding priorities of work and financing options

 

 

Proposed City Council Motion:

N/A; Presentation and discussion

 

 

Timeline:

Start: November 2017

Finish: January 2018

 

Other Information/Unique Characteristics:

The timeline to work with Council Committees is intended to lead the process of preparing the FY 2019 Capital Improvement Plan to allow City Staff the opportunity to program projects and programs into the 5-year plan.

 

Presenter

Presenter: George Binger, Deputy Director of Public Works/City Engineer

 

Recommendation

Recommendation: City Staff recommends sending to Public Works Committed the task of prioritizing projects and programs based on the guidance from the full Council received as part of this discussion. 

 

Committee Recommendation

Committee Recommendation: [Enter Committee Recommendation text Here]