Capital Improvements Plan


Any long-range plan is based on certain assumptions or specific definitions about unknown factors of the future. The following definitions and factors are proposed to be used in this 2016-2021 Financial Plan.

  1. All property taxes will be projected at an increase of 2% per year. All other income will be projected to increase at 2% per year.
  2. In determining capital expenditure capacity, personnel and operating costs will be evaluated. All employees will be scheduled out for each year at actual grade and step assuming a cost of living increase of 3% annually. Health insurance was projected at 5% a year. Operating costs, which include utilities, repairs, minor equipment, supplies, and other miscellaneous items, will be projected to increase annually at a 3% rate.
  3. A capital improvement project must cost at least $10,000 and have a useful life of at least three years.
  4. No consideration will be given in this plan to funding unfunded projects through debt financing.
  5. A General Fund balance of at least $1,000,000 will be maintained through the period of the plan. All other fund balances will be maintained for necessary expenditures.

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Capital Improvement/Financial Plan 2016-2021