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FY 2006-2008 County Manager’s Recommended Capital Budget. July 18, 2006. Overview. Overview FY2006-2008 Capital Budget Summary Capital Budget Principles and Strategies Project Prioritization Criteria Recommended Capital Projects. Overview.

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Fy 2006 2008 county manager s recommended capital budget

FY 2006-2008 County Manager’s Recommended Capital Budget

July 18, 2006


Overview

Overview

  • Overview

  • FY2006-2008 Capital Budget Summary

  • Capital Budget Principles and Strategies

  • Project Prioritization Criteria

  • Recommended Capital Projects


Overview1

Overview

  • Manager’s Recommendation is based on projects requiring funding in FY2007

  • A bond referendum is not recommended this fall

  • Certificates of Participation and Paygo funds are utilized to fund projects


Recommendation summary

Recommendation Summary

  • Government Facilities$ 17,207,000

  • Court Facilities 6,062,000

  • Law Enforcement Facilities 1,755,000

  • Park and Recreation 0

  • Library14,823,000

  • CMS 171,832,000

  • Total$ 211,679,000

Note: Numbers rounded to the $1,000.


Funding summary

Funding Summary


Three key funding strategies

Three Key Funding Strategies

Capital investments should:

  • Meet legal mandates for facilities

  • Emphasize health and safety considerations for employee and customer safety

  • Ensure critical space needs of County departments are met

    Projects not requiring FY07 funding were deferred to FY08 capital budget year.


Selecting project priorities

Selecting Project Priorities

  • Meets legal mandates

  • Advances the Board’s goals or objectives

  • Removes or reduces hazards

  • Maintains or improves service quality

  • Improves service efficiency

  • Supports economic development

  • Offers convenience to residents

  • Improves quality of life or aesthetic value for residents


Recommended capital projects

Recommended Capital Projects


Government facilities 17 207 000

Government Facilities$17,207,000

  • Strategy – fund through Paygo and COPs. Projects selected based on CIP evaluation criteria.

  • Projects

    • Medical Examiner Equipment

    • County Files and Equipment

    • Freedom Mall – IST Phase 2 and RES

    • Freedom Mall outparcel (e.g., DSS Sr Enrichment Ctr)

    • Land Acquisition Government Facilities

Note: √ = Recommended; — = Deferred; X = Not Recommended.


Court facilities 6 062 000

Court Facilities$6,062,000

  • Strategy – Meet needs of court system over two years.

  • Projects*

    • DA Expansion – Phase I

    • DA Expansion – Phase II

    • Public Defender Relocation

*DA expansion projects replace three projects originally submitted.


Law enforcement facilities 1 755 000

Law Enforcement Facilities$1,755,000

  • Strategy – Postpone consideration of jail expansion for one year to address three policy questions (1. Housing of Federal inmates, 2. Federal support of construction, 3. Expansion of the DA staff)

  • Projects

    • Jail Central Intake Renovation

    • Jail North Expansion


Park and recreation land

Park and Recreation/Land

  • Strategy – Two-fold. 1) Land costs should be incorporated into specific projects. 2) Long-term land acquisition costs for greenspace should be considered as one request and funded through G.O. bonds.

  • Projects

    • Land Acquisition (Mt. Island Lake watershed, Other watershed, and Nature Preserves, Greenways, and Park and Recreation)


Library facilities 14 821 501

Library Facilities$14,821,501

  • Strategy – based on maintaining 0.7 sq. ft. per capita.

  • Projects

    • Hickory Grove Community Library relocation

    • Scaleybark Library Relocation

    • Sharon Road West Community Library relocation

    • Highland Creek Community Library – New

    • Ballantyne Community Library – New

    • Systemwide Merchandising and Signage


School building solutions

School Building Solutions

  • Recommended 18 Projects totaling $171,832,000

  • Funded through Certificates of Participation

  • Remaining $9 million in lottery funds will be used to pay associated debt service


Source of funding

Source of Funding


Source of funding cont

Source of Funding (cont.)


A look ahead

A Look Ahead

  • Several projects not recommended for funding because did not require funding until FY2008 or beyond.

  • Potential FY08 projects include:

    • CMS projects

    • Land Acquisition

    • Jail Expansion

    • Additional Libraries

    • Court System Needs

  • Bond referendum likely needed in Nov. 2007


Other capital issues

Other Capital Issues

At least one known funding need for an existing capital project:

  • New courthouse$2 million

    Issue on the agenda as item 6c

    Should we become aware of other funding needs, we will bring them before the Board.


Thank you

Thank You

  • Citizens’ Capital Budget Advisory Committee

  • School Building Solutions Committee

  • Finance Department

  • Real Estate Services

  • Departmental Staff

  • Strategic Organizational Improvement Staff


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