Albany : Capital improvement program FY 2009-2010 through 2013-2014 (2008)
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The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a planning document that identifies capital projects in the next five-year horizon for elected officials, citizens, and staff. The first year of the CIP will be the basis for developing the capital portion of the forthcoming City Budget for 2009-2010. Once a project appears in the first year of the CIP and makes it into the budget, it does not appear again in the CIP because the project has moved beyond the planning phase. [From the document]
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