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A. Established. A capital improvement committee is established to assist in the formulation, adoption and execution of a capital improvements program and budget for the city.
B. Membership. The capital improvements committee shall consist of six members as follows:
1. The mayor;
2. The clerk-treasurer;
3. Three members of the common council;
4. The city engineer.
The mayor, or his designee, shall be the chairperson of the committee. The common council shall appoint three members for one-year terms each January.
C. Responsibilities. The capital improvements committee shall annually prepare a recommended five-year capital improvements program. The committee shall also issue annually, in January, a status report on capital improvement projects included in the capital budget for the current year.
In fulfillment of these responsibilities the committee shall:
1. Review, evaluate and prioritize each of the project proposals;
2. Schedule the projects according to priority and the availability of funds.
D. Plan Commission Review. The long range implications of the program and its effect on the comprehensive plan should be reviewed by the plan commission. (Prior code § 2-65)