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Recommendations on FY 2007 Capital Funding Requests Citizens Capital Budget Advisory Committee July 18, 2006.

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1 Recommendations on FY 2007 Capital Funding Requests Citizens Capital Budget Advisory Committee July 18, 2006

2 FY 2007 CCBAC Membership Board of County Commissioners Appointees Board of County Commissioners Appointees –Jerome A. Alexander II –Thomas J. Fitch –Christopher J. Gegg –M. Heath Gilbert –J. Mark Leggett –Tim Morgan –Michael L. Murdock, Chairman –William J. Rakatansky –Barney Stewart, III Board of Education Appointees Board of Education Appointees –Rhonda Lennon, Vice Chair –Allen Anderson

3 CCBAC Charter Comment on the County's capital budgeting process and procedure; Comment on the County's capital budgeting process and procedure; Review priorities and assess proposed capital projects in relationship to those priorities; Review priorities and assess proposed capital projects in relationship to those priorities; Make recommendations to the County Manager and Board of County Commissioners on process, priorities and projects. Make recommendations to the County Manager and Board of County Commissioners on process, priorities and projects. Receive progress reports from staff departments on a quarterly basis on the status of capital projects. Receive progress reports from staff departments on a quarterly basis on the status of capital projects.

4 CCBAC Charter (cont’d) Facilitate the exchange of information and coordination between the County and the City on capital needs and planning. Facilitate the exchange of information and coordination between the County and the City on capital needs and planning. Evaluate the stewardship of each agency or County department requesting funds for capital projects in using bond funds previously approved, including projected costs associated with Pay-As-You-Go and facility maintenance programs and facility operating expenses. Evaluate the stewardship of each agency or County department requesting funds for capital projects in using bond funds previously approved, including projected costs associated with Pay-As-You-Go and facility maintenance programs and facility operating expenses.

5 Government Facilities Recommended funding – $53,726,000 Recommended funding – $53,726,000 –Medical Examiner Equipment and Additional Areas –Freedom Mall IST Phase 2 and RES –Southeast Health Clinic Relocation –Freedom Mall-DSS Senior Enrichment –County Files and Equipment Storage Facility

6 Government Facilities (cont’d) Delay other land acquisition request for Government Facilities ($2,060,000) Delay other land acquisition request for Government Facilities ($2,060,000)

7 Law Enforcement Facilities Recommended funding – $141,885,000 Recommended funding – $141,885,000 –Jail North Expansion Waive requirement for public art funding Waive requirement for public art funding Close portions of facility to reduce operating costs until beds are needed Close portions of facility to reduce operating costs until beds are needed Use excess bed capacity to cover operating costs by housing federal or state inmates Use excess bed capacity to cover operating costs by housing federal or state inmates –Jail Central Intake Renovation

8 Park and Recreation Approval of requests in current form NOT recommended Approval of requests in current form NOT recommended P&R submitted inventory of both public and private park facilities P&R submitted inventory of both public and private park facilities Assessment of available facilities to standards did not include private facilities  some facility deficiencies skewed as a result Assessment of available facilities to standards did not include private facilities  some facility deficiencies skewed as a result

9 Park and Recreation (cont’d) Acknowledge following 10-year requests Acknowledge following 10-year requests –Nature Preserve and Mountain Island Lake Watershed ($35,899,084) –Other Watershed Land ($9,203,560) Additional study needed to compare current Mecklenburg County water quality and future projections against agreed upon standards Additional study needed to compare current Mecklenburg County water quality and future projections against agreed upon standards

10 Library Facilities Recommended funding – $24,076,761 Recommended funding – $24,076,761 Based on maintaining 0.7 square feet of library space per capita Based on maintaining 0.7 square feet of library space per capita Do NOT fund request for Systemwide merchandising and signage enhancements ($1,000,000) Do NOT fund request for Systemwide merchandising and signage enhancements ($1,000,000)

11 Library Facilities (cont’d) Projects - Relocations Projects - Relocations –Hickory Grove Community Library ($4,206,400) –Scaleybark Library ($5,564,543) –Sharon Road West Community Library ($5,050,558) Projects - New Projects - New –Highland Creek Community Library ($4,627,630) –Ballantyne Community Library ($4,627,630) Acknowledge following 10-year requests Acknowledge following 10-year requests –Southwest Community Library ($4,700,000) –Northwest Community Library ($4,700,000) –Main Library Renovation ($20,000,000)

12 CMS Needs Delegated to School Building Solutions Committee (SBSC) Delegated to School Building Solutions Committee (SBSC)

13 General Comments Encourage better definition of project line items for more accurate comparison with private sector projects Encourage better definition of project line items for more accurate comparison with private sector projects Pursue sustainable design and green building practices, but do not obtain LEED certification Pursue sustainable design and green building practices, but do not obtain LEED certification Land Acquisition Land Acquisition –Aggregate all land acquisitions (i.e., P&R and CMS) under a single land bond with exception of SBSC 2006 COPs recommendation –Encourage P&R to document all potential land joint-use opportunities

14 Summary Categories/Project 2 Year Request 10 year Request Government Facilities $25,937,00053,726,000 Medical Examiner Equipment, Additional Areas $1,259,000 Freedom Mall IST Phase 2 and RES $14,785,000 Southeast Health Clinic Relocation $8,730,000$36,519,000 Freedom Mall-DSS Senior Enrichment $177,000 County Files and Equipment Storage Facility $986,000

15 Summary (cont’d) Categories/Project 2 Year Request 10 year Request Court Facilities$30,525,000$41,497,000 Community Corrections $14,571,000 Law Library - Relocation $2,478,000 Public Defender - Relocation $11,577,000 DA Expansion at Historic Courthouse $1,899,000$12,871,000 Law Enforcement Facilities$82,592,500$141,885,000 Jail North Expansion$80,837,500$140,130,000 Jail Central Intake$1,755,000 Park and Recreation $ -

16 Summary (cont’d) Categories/Project 2 Year Request 10 year Request Law Enforcement Facilities $82,592,500$141,885,000 Jail North Expansion $80,837,500$140,130,000 Jail Central Intake $1,755,000 Library Facilities $24,076,761 Hickory Grove Community Library $4,206,400 Scaleybark Library relocation $5,564,543 Sharon Road West Community Library $5,050,558 Highland Creek Community Library $4,627,630 Ballantyne Community Library $4,627,630

17 Summary (cont’d) Total 2 Year CIP $334,962,909 Total 10 Year Non- CMS CNA $433,016,409 * FY year CNA ~ $2.3 billion Categories/Project 2 Year Request 10 year Request Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools $171,831,648N/A*

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