Gresham : Capital improvement program
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The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a 5 year forecasted estimate which identifies major projects requiring the expenditure of public funds over and above routine annual operating expenses. The City identifies capital improvement needs and allocates available funds for the installation or improvement of projects for each relevant program area. The eight program areas in the 2007/08 to 2011/12 CIP are: 1. Wastewater Collection and Treatment Plant 2. Water 3. Transportation 4. Footpaths and Bikeways 5. Parks, Trails and Open Spaces 6. General Development 7. Stormwater 8. Urban Renewal [From the document]
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