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Capital Improvement Program Committee
The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is vital to long-range financial planning for the Town of Mooresville. This program is developed for a five year period and is updated and revised annually. To be included in the CIP, a project must require a total expenditure of at least $50,000 and have a useful life of at least five years, or be a vehicle costing more than $35,000.
The Board of Commissioners and the Town Manager appoints a CIP Advisory Committee consisting of nine representatives from across the community, including one Commissioner.
These representatives are charged with:
1. Aligning projects with identified master and strategic plans;
2. Identifying issues that may be roadblocks to successful project management;
3. Focusing on continuous improvement in the Capital Improvement Process;
4. Helping Town staff prioritize the right combination of new capital improvement projects;
5. Advising the Town Board of Commissioners about the most critical CIP projects to meet the Town’s ongoing needs; and
6. Evaluating and recommending projects for funding in the Capital Improvement Plan.
Brian Barnett is the staff liaison for the CIP Committee. He can be reached at 704-799-4077.