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File #: DC-1472    Version: 1
Type: Regular Information Status: Presented
File created: 9/22/2022 In control: General Government and Policy Committee of the Whole
On agenda: 10/4/2022 Final action: 10/4/2022
Enactment date: Resolution #:
Title: Review Of Working Draft Dakota County 2023-2027 Capital Improvement Program
Sponsors: Physical Development Administration
Attachments: 1. CIP Summary
DEPARTMENT: Physical Development Administration
FILE TYPE: Regular Information

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Review Of Working Draft Dakota County 2023-2027 Capital Improvement Program
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PURPOSE/ACTION REQUESTED
Review the Working Draft of the 2023-2027 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and provide direction to staff on Board priorities for 2023-2027 capital planning.

SUMMARY
As part of the annual budget process, the County prepares a five-year CIP. The CIP identifies capital projects to support existing and future needs. It provides a development program that is used to maximize outside revenue sources and effectively plan for the future growth and maintenance of the County's infrastructure.

The County's draft CIP contains seven sections: Buildings, Byllesby Dam, Data Networks, Transportation, Parks and Greenways, Regional Railroad Authority, Environmental Resources. The seven sections of the draft CIP are available to review through the link below:

https://www.co.dakota.mn.us/Government/BudgetFinance/2023/Documents/2023-2027CIP.pdf

Staff provided a preliminary overview at the August 16, 2022 Physical Development Committee (PDC) Meeting. This overview included discussion on Environmental Legacy (ELF) and Sales and Use Tax (SUT) Funds in the development of Natural Resources and Greenways. Staff proceeded with work on the following assumptions based on direction at the last meeting including the following:
? Adjusts for a 1.9 percent maximum levy
? Allocates funding based on appropriate guidance (e.g., SUT, ELF, ARP)
? Continues to fund projects with cash (no debt)
? Does not include state/federal funding for greenways
? Does not change current advanced funding policy for Transportation projects
? Includes chargebacks to operations budgets for "soft costs"

In response to the August 23, 2022 Budget Workshop, staff removed one-third of levy funds from the Transportation CIP ($905,552 in 2023 and $4,527,760 over the five-year CIP) and one-third of County Program Aid (CPA...

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