Corvallis : Capital improvement program
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The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a 5-year plan identifying capital improvement expenditures throughout the community. The CIP provides sound financial planning and management projects which preserve existing publicly owned property and infrastructure; provide new facilities and infrastructure to accomodate an orderly, well planned expansion of the community consistent with State-wide Planning Goals; enhance livability within the community. [From the document]
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