Acting County Administrator Carol Steele presented the county’s FY2023-27 Capital Improvement Plan to the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors at its work session on Jan. 18. A public hearing to consider the CIP’s approval will be held March 1.
The CIP reflects the recent changes to the sales tax implementation, which leaves less funding available to the county for CIP projects.
The funding options for the CIP will largely fall under Pay-Go and bonds. Steele said the county always applies for grants, but grants will only account for a minority of the funds needed for the projects requested.
New cash-only projects added to the five-year plan include the Building 4 remodel, bus garage conversion, closed landfill improvements, and Sheriff’s Office jail access control update.
New school projects that can be funded by debt services include the Gloucester High School athletic complex renovation, bus air conditioning retrofit, and the Botetourt Elementary School renov...
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