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File #: 74550    Version: 1 Name: Amending the 2022 Sewer Utility Capital Budget to transfer budget authority from the Pavement Management program to several stand-alone projects to resolve budget deficits.
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 11/4/2022 In control: BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
On agenda: 11/22/2022 Final action: 12/6/2022
Enactment date: 12/9/2022 Enactment #: RES-22-00825
Title: Amending the 2022 Sewer Utility Capital Budget to transfer budget authority from the Pavement Management program to several stand-alone projects to resolve budget deficits.(3rd, 16th, & 17th ADs)
Sponsors: Erik Paulson
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution amends the 2022 Sewer Utility Capital Budget by authorizing net neutral transfers of existing Sewer Reserves budget authority from the Pavement Management program to several stand-alone projects. $30,000 will be transferred to the Pumpkin Hollow Sanitary Impact Fee District project (MUNIS 13867) and $30,000 will be transferred to the Northeast Neighborhood Sanitary Impact Fee-Gaston Rd Extension (MUNIS 11596) to fund preliminary survey and design work prior to the official establishment of the two Impact Fee Districts. Lastly, $30,000 will be transferred to the CTH AB Interchange project (MUNIS 13013) to fund staff time for administration and inspection of the sanitary sewer installation.

The Budget Amendment is as follows:
MUNIS:
13581-83-173 ($90,000)
13581-83-806 ($90,000)
13867-83-173 $30,000
13867-83-806 $30,000
11596-83-173 $30,000
11596-83-806 $30,000
13013-83-173 $30,000
13013-83-806 $30,000
Title
Amending the 2022 Sewer Utility Capital Budget to transfer budget authority from the Pavement Management program to several stand-alone projects to resolve budget deficits.(3rd, 16th, & 17th ADs)
Body
WHEREAS, the Adopted 2022 budget does not have adequate funding for creation of the Pumpkin Hollow Sanitary and the Northeast Neighborhood- Gaston Road Extension Sanitary Sewer Impact Fee Districts and inspection of the sewer being built with CTH AB Interchange project; and

WHEREAS, the City has determined sanitary sewer in the two impact fee area districts is needed to meet development demands that have been approved by both Capital Area Regional Planning Commission and the Common Council; and

WHEREAS, the sewer improvements with the CTH AB Interchange project are funded by Dane County but will be City owned facilities; and

WHERAS, City owned sewer facilities need to be built in accordance with City of Madison Stan...

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