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File #: 08-0038    Version:
Type: Agenda Item Status: Adopted
File created: 1/3/2008 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 2/11/2008 Final action: 2/11/2008
Title: Transportation Department submitting for review and adoption the proposed 2008 Capital Improvement Program for Fiscal Years 2007/2008 through 2011/2012. (Refer 1/29/08, Item 21)
Attachments: 1. 02_Cash Proformas rcvd 1-17-08.pdf, 2. 03-Section III - rcvd 1-17-08.pdf, 3. 04-Index - rcvd 1-17-08.pdf, 4. 04-Project Listing_Tahoe Basin Program rcvd 1-17-08.pdf, 5. 04-Project Listing_West Slope Program rcvd 1-17-08.pdf, 6. 05_Future Projects - rcvd 1-17-08.pdf, 7. 06-Comparrison -rcvd 1-17-08.pdf, 8. Executive Summary CIP rcvd 1-17-08.pdf, 9. DOT 2008 CIP Summary.pdf, 10. Proposed 2008 Capital Improvement Program rcvd 1-29-08.pdf, 11. 01-Executive Summary.pdf, 12. 02-Cash Proformas.pdf, 13. 03-Section III .pdf, 14. 04-Index.pdf, 15. 04-Project Summary_A-West Slope.pdf, 16. 04-Project Summary_B-Tahoe Basin.pdf, 17. 06-Comparrison.pdf, 18. Section 3.pdf
Related files: 20-1280, 20-1348, 20-1378, 20-1373, 20-1460, 21-0055, 21-0849, 21-0883, 21-1541
Title
Transportation Department submitting for review and adoption the proposed 2008 Capital Improvement Program for Fiscal Years 2007/2008 through 2011/2012. (Refer 1/29/08, Item 21)
Body
BUDGET SUMMARY:
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Total Estimated Cost
 
$
 
 
 
     Funding
 
 
          Budgeted
$
 
          New Funding
$
 
          Savings
$
 
          Other
$
 
     Total Funding Available
$
 
Change To Net County Cost
 
$
      
Fiscal Impact/Change to Net County Cost:
 
Background:  
The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) provides a multi-year set of transportation projects that can be delivered within funding constraints.  It is an annual process that provides project delivery priorities which are used to determine workload estimates, staffing needs and other budgetary information that become incorporated into the County's annual budgeting process.
 
Reason for Recommendation:
Adoption of the CIP provides direction for building the annual budget needs of DOT.
 
Action to be taken following Board approval:
DOT will develop staffing needs and other budgeting information to be incorporated into the fiscal year 08/09 budget.
 
Contact:
Richard W. Shepard, P.E.
Director of Transportation
 
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