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File #: 57211    Version: 1 Name: Amendment from the 2018 Streets Division - Emerald Ash Borer Capital budget to transfer $197,022 in existing budget authority to Traffic Engineering to provide additional funding to expand the Clean Streets Clean Lakes (CSCL) zones.
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 8/26/2019 In control: Streets Division
On agenda: 10/1/2019 Final action: 10/1/2019
Enactment date: 10/4/2019 Enactment #: RES-19-00696
Title: Amendment from the 2019 Streets Division - Emerald Ash Borer Capital budget to transfer $197,022 in existing budget authority to Traffic Engineering to provide additional funding to expand the Clean Streets Clean Lakes (CSCL) zones.
Sponsors: Shiva Bidar

Fiscal Note

The proposed resolution amends the 2019 Streets Division - Emerald Ash Bore Capital Budget by transferring $197,022 of existing GO Borrowing appropriation to Traffic Engineering in order to expand the Clean Streets Clean Lakes (CSCL) zones.  The additional funding will fund the installation of additional signage as well as offset other expenses related to the expansion of CSCL street sweeping areas.  This program is designed to keep additional pollutants out of Madison’s drinking water.  Traffic Engineering will use the additional funds in 2019.

MUNIS:
11024-44-150  ($197,022)

Title

Amendment from the 2019 Streets Division - Emerald Ash Borer Capital budget to transfer $197,022 in existing budget authority to Traffic Engineering to provide additional funding to expand the Clean Streets Clean Lakes (CSCL) zones.

Body

WHEREAS, Streets Division has deemed all future Emerald Ash Bore operations to be operational in nature and has in 2019 moved all such costs to the Urban Forestry Special Charge; and,

WHEREAS, Streets Division Emerald Ash Bore Capital Project contains $197,022 in carry over authorization from 2018 that is not planned for use in 2019; and,

WHEREAS, Imagine Madison has outlined residents desire to improve the quality of drinking water, as well as, protect Madison’s aquatic ecosystems; Streets Division seeks to expand the CSCL street sweeping program; and,

WHEREAS, in order to expand the CSCL street sweeping zones, traffic engineering will need $197,022 to purchase additional parking signage to allow for increased sweeping operations,

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that Streets Division 2018 Capital budget be amended to transfer $197,022 from 2018 Emerald Ash Bore Capital project to Traffic Engineering for additional expenses incurred due to the expansion Clean Streets Clean Lakes (CSCL)  sweeping zones.