It might not seem like it initially, but Eatonville’s Capital Improvement Plan is one step closer to passage.
At its Feb. 13 meeting, the Town Council postponed consideration of a resolution to adopt the six-year capital improvement plan until its next meeting on Feb. 27.
“So, the capital improvement plan as amended hasn’t been presented to us, so is this something that should be presented … postponed until the next council meeting when we can have a new draft version of it, the capital improvement plan,” Councilmember Bill Dunn said.
The Town Council tabled the resolution at its Jan. 23 meeting based on concerns expressed by Dunn that items on the Transportation Improvement Plan passed by the council in 2019 were not included in the capital improvement plan, possibly leading to a substantial increase in the cost of utilities for customers.
The $23.7 million capital improvement plan is a comprehensive series of street, water, electric, stormwater, parks, solid waste, sewer, facilities and airport projects.
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