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File #: RES. NO. 20-13    Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 5/21/2020 In control: City Council - Regular Session
On agenda: 6/9/2020 Final action:
Title: A Resolution adopting the FY2021 - FY2025 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) in accordance with the City of Lee's Summit Charter.
Attachments: 1. Resolution, 2. FY21 CIP, 3. CIP Comments Received
Related files: 2020-3486, 2020-3438, BILL NO. 21-29, BILL NO. 21-50, 2020-3721, 2020-3869
Title

A Resolution adopting the FY2021 - FY2025 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) in accordance with the City of Lee's Summit Charter.

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Issue/Request:

•                     The FY2021-2025 CIP includes projects and annual programs with estimated total costs of $326,389,000 over the five year period

•                     The City's 5-year CIP is updated each year with the first year of expenditures adopted as part of the next fiscal year budget

•                     The City Charter requires City Council to adopt the CIP by resolution

•                     The CIP draft was presented to the Public Works Committee on May 4, 2020 and City Council on May 12, 2020.

Proposed City Council Motion:

I move for adoption of a resolution adopting the FY2017-2021 capital improvements plan (CIP) in accordance with the City of Lee’s Summit Charter.

Background:

The City's 5-year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) serves as a planning document that incorporates both project and financial planning for infrastructure improvements throughout the city. The plan is organized into eight categories: Public Works/Water Utilities Programs; Airport; Bridges, Streets & Signals; Facilities; Parks & Recreations; Stormwater; Sanitary Sewer; and Water.

The plan is updated each year to remove completed projects, add new projects, and revise cost estimates and schedules of ongoing projects as appropriate. It is financially constrained to match anticipated expenditures with anticipated revenues. The first year of the 5-year plan is adopted as part of the annual budget process.  The City also includes the CIP as part of the Comprehensive plan, for which the Planning Commission has oversight responsibilities. 

State statutes also require that projects in the CIP must be presented as part of a public hearing to allow for public review and comment.  Therefore, City Staff presents the CIP to the Planning Commission for a public hearing to meet these requirements.  In addition to...

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