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Attendance: Present: President Byron Bevers, Mike Sorich, David Hoover, Ted Fletcher and Ron Raymaker
ITEM 4: Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) - The CIP is a tool for city council to use during budgeting. The CIP details funding requirements for large capital projects that are separate from the operation and maintenance budget. The CIP is grouped with the following categories: Water, Wastewater, Stormwater, Roadways, Parks and Pool, and City Facilities and Equipment. The CIP shows MDD funding at maximum contribution, this is subject to change by the board. A brief description of each project is provided in the exhibit. Public Works Director Joseph Peart told the board that Bleyl Engineering had helped him tighten the cost projections on the projects to help in their priority decision making. The highest priority project for the group was the Research Forest/I45 underpass project scheduled to begin next year. The Directors asked that the future repaving of Research Forest be put on the timeline at approximately 10 years; this will be an expensive project and the Directors want to remain cognizant of its status in the upcoming budget years. Discusssion on needed wastewater treatment expansion was a large topic with Director Bevers hoping to be able to go one more year before having to begin that project. Discussion only.
ITEM 5: Approval of the April 22 Minutes - MDD approved the April 22 minutes by a vote of 5-0.
ITEM 8: Ratification of May Accounts Payable - MDD ratified the accounts payable by a vote of 5-0.
MDD adjourned at 6:20 p.m.
July 3: City offices closed for the holiday
July 4: Independence Celebration, 9 - 11 am, City Park
July 8: City Council meeting, 7 pm
July 14: Civic Club meeting, 6 pm
July 21: Planning and Zoning (P&Z) meeting, 6 pm
July 22: Municipal Development District (MDD) meeting, 6 pm
July 22: City Council meeting, 7 pm