The Gloucester Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing on the proposed Capital Improvement Plan for fiscal years 2022 through 2026 during a 7 p.m. Tuesday work session electronic meeting. The full proposed CIP can be found at gloucesterva.info/1015/Budgets-Financial-Reports.
In the breakdown for the five-year CIP, county government project requests total $72.98 million. The largest project would require $40.4 million for a community center, which isn’t scheduled for payment or construction until at least year six. Other notable projects include dredging projects for Timberneck and Aberdeen creeks at $6 million and the construction of a new county library estimated at $5.6 million.
School project requests in the CIP total $97.18 million. The two major projects included in the plan involve renovation of Gloucester High School totaling $83.25 million. The two renovation requests are the full replacement of the roof, at $43.36 million, and for other renovations at $39.88 mil...
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