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While it may not be alot,

we have more new housing coming downtown

Approved with Conditions:

a) 909 Main Street-Special Permit amendment to renovate floors two through nine for the addition of nine residential units and to eliminate common tenant recreation space.

THIS IS NEW!!!

204, 206, 220 Collins Street & 232, 238 Sigourney Street-Special Permit amendment for renovations and new construction of 87 housing units, office, daycare, and maintenance garage. Applicant & Owner-Sigourney/Ashley/Collins LP. (Tabled from September 27, 2011)

My question is... What does that mean? I looked at the loacation and its those townhomes behind The Hartford. They will be rennovated, so thats good, but the new construction of 87 apartments? whats that?

This one has its own thread allready. I might eventually dig that thread up and tack this on, but it seems they are looking to increase the parking allotment before building this thing. IIRC there were plans out there too.

815 Wethersfield Avenue-Special Permit amendment for a 24 unit apartment building with parking and recreation space in the rear. Applicant & Owner-Cardinal Realty Investors, LLC. (Tabled from October 11, 2011) e) 815 Wethersfield Avenue-Special Permit amendment for additional parking spaces for a previously approved 24 unit apartment building.

Lastly.....

They are tearing down some non descript buildings and putting in a non descript CVS across from a Walgreens (Washington street used to be georgous and full of mansions)

150 Washington Street-Site plan review for the demolition of an existing building and new construction of a 12,900 square foot CVS Pharmacy retail building. Applicant & Owner-150 Washington Street, LLC. Agent-David S. Hoopes.

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The new apartments near the Hartford sounds very promising. Defintely want to hear some more about that.

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The new apartments near the Hartford sounds very promising. Defintely want to hear some more about that.

ask and you shall receive... it was tabled, and will discussed on the 2-28 meeting.

III) Tabled:

a. 204, 206, 220 Collins Street and 232, 238 Sigourney Street-Special Permit amendment for the

renovation of four buildings with 62 residential units, demolition of one building and new construction of

a three story building with 26 residential units, community room, management office, daycare center and

maintenance garage.

So it seems the new building is not 87 units, but the total project is 88 units. seems like there have been minor tweaks, but at least we now know they are building a 3 story building with 26 units and apparently the infrastructure for the rest of the complex will be run through this new building.

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I just got an e-mail from the city capital improvements plan. the documents are for public discussion and highlight all bonding concerns expected over the next 5 or so years. this gives us an idea about what the city is expecting to spend on in the coming years.

it includes iQuilt, Colt gateway, a ton of school projects, streetscaping... really, a ton of interesting things.

City of Hartford

Capital Improvement Plan

2012/2013 2016/2017

Part II: Project Descriptions

Pedro E. Segarra, Mayor

February 7, 2012

Draft for Planning and Zoning Commission Review

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RECOMMENDED PROJECTS FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

2012/2013 2016/2017

The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is designed to meet the 5-year capital needs of the

City in the areas of Public Safety, Public Facilities, Parks & Recreation, Infrastructure,

Development, and Education. The City’s investment in these facilities will aid educational

programs, strengthen neighborhoods, enhance public safety, and foster economic

development.

The following are summaries of Capital Improvement Program projects. Detailed

information can be obtained from the individual departments.

Public Safety

Fire Station Renovation (project transferred from DPW to Public Safety)

Radio Communications Enhancement

This project is to design and install communication equipment in select school

buildings to improve communications to and from buildings and will replace hand

held radios.

Fire Station Renovation

Due to the age of the fire department’s facilities, significant renovations are in order

for the safety of the personnel as well as the public who frequent the

stations/facilities.

Fire Training Academy

This project is to renovate the fire training facility for fire fighter training.

Public Safety Response Apparatus Facility

This project is for the new construction of a structure to hold Police emergency

response apparatus and equipment for immediate response to critical incidents and

to protect these assets from environmental decay, hazards and vandalism. The

proposed building will be located on 40 Jennings Road.

Public Facilities

DOJ ADA Improvements to Municipal Facilities

This project calls for modifications to existing entrances, accessible paths,

elevators, bathrooms, drinking fountains, doors, counters and interior

layouts as required by the Municipal Facilities Plan.

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Municipal Facility Renovations and Needs

These funds will be utilized to address municipal facility upgrades or needs as

identified by City Departments, recommended by DPW or the Administration.

North End Senior Center Renovation and Addition

This project is a renovation and expansion of an existing building. Interior areas

include the kitchen, multi-purpose room, arts and crafts room and HVAC

improvements. A 1500 square foot addition provides for a new community room,

additional storage and an expansion to the existing exercise area. The project also

includes some parking lot and courtyard site improvements.

Energy Projects

These projects will install energy efficient lighting, high efficiency HVAC units,

pumps and motors. Also retro commissioning of existing buildings, upgrade and/or

integration of building automation controls for increased efficiency and occupant

comfort. Energy audits for project prioritization.

Keney Clock Tower

This project aims to restore the Keney Clock Tower.

Library Renovations and Improvements

This project includes building envelope work including roof repairs, sealing water

seepage into the basement from the walls. Work also includes the excavation of the

building parameter and sealing the exterior walls. The other facilities work would

include floor replacement, installation of an alarm and monitoring system, and

irrigation system and landscaping replacement.

This project also calls for funding to provide improvements to numerous items to

complete work of phase II of the main library project. These improvements include

roof repair, window replacement, interior improvements to the Atrium/Café and

installation of flooring, installation of security cameras, lighting, completion of the

highway panels over the highway.

Additionally, the funding will be used to update the future state of library service

delivery through technology. The project calls for purchasing servers, desktops,

and network infrastructure upgrades.

John E. Rogers Cultural Center

This project is a renovation of the former Northwest Jones School into the John

Rogers Community and Cultural Center.

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Parks and Recreation

ADA Park Improvements

Department of Justice & City of Hartford agreement dated July 25, 2005

committed the City to be 100% ADA compliant by 2015. These funds will address

many ADA violations in our Parks throughout the City.

Park Improvements and Playground Enhancements

A Master Plan was created in 2007 to provide a plan of improvements to our parks.

These funds will be utilized to begin the design and implementation phase of our

parks and to construct the projects recommended in the plan. Projects include but

are not limited to: Keney Waverly Baseball Field Improvements, Colt Baseball

Field, Goodwin Park Pond House Improvements, Cronin Soccer Football Field

Improvements, Pope Soccer Field, Keney Barbour Cricket Field Improvements and

Spray Pools and Playgrounds at Sigourney Park, Hyland Park, Day Park, Elizabeth

Park, Keney Waverly Park, and Goodwin Park.

Cemetery Planning and Improvements

These funds will be utilized to study each cemetery and develop master plans and

start design work sufficient to develop accurate construction budgets. It also

includes existing projects to restore historic monuments, markers, memorials, vaults

and buildings in cemeteries based on the Master Plan as well as lawn irrigation, new

lawns, walkways and landscaping.

Pulaski Mall Improvements

This project calls for the removal of the existing play structure at the west end of

the play area and the repair of the existing swing set at the east end of the play area.

Concrete benches will be removed and replaced with new ornamental benches and

all existing lighting will be repaired as necessary.

Historic Markers

This project calls for the installation of historic markers throughout the

City to encourage walking tours and other forms of history related tourism.

Greening America’s Capitals Demonstration Project

This project involves work contained in Pope Park Master Plan and identified in the

recent Greening America’s Capitals project.

Urban Forestry Management and Planning

These funds will be utilized to maintain the beauty of our forestry planting in our

parks and around our City Streets. Unsafe trees will be targeted for complete

harvesting below the surface of the ground and a comprehensive plan for active

replanting of native trees will be developed and implemented.

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Pope Park Phase IV Improvements

This is a continuation of the implementation of the improvements called for in the

Pope Park Master Plan. Specifically it addresses the Hollow Mead section along

Park Terrace and links the Phase I Park Entrance and Phase II Courtyard, Parking

and Pedestrian Pathways Projects. Proposed improvements for this area are

enhanced walkways and amenities, renovation and expansion of an existing

playground, and improved surface and below ground drainage. Additionally, this

project addresses the Bankside Grove section along Park Terrace across from Burns

School. Proposed improvements for this area are enhanced walkways and

amenities, improved security, and visibility, and enhanced maintainability.

Park River Greenway

In response to the Plan of Development’s call for the development of greenway

trails within the city, this proposal aims to construct two greenways in Hartford.

The Park River Greenway will run along the south branch of the Park River from

Newfield Avenue to Hamilton Street. This multi-use trail will be 1.8 miles long,

and used by cyclists, rollerbladers, joggers and walkers. The first phase of the Park

River Greenway will be funded by a grant of $500,000 from DEP.

The Park River North Greenway project will create an additional greenway along

the north branch of the Park River. This trail would run from the University of

Hartford to Farmington Avenue.

Elizabeth Park Pond House

New Pond House roofing and renovations to Head House and greenhouse glazing

Infrastructure

Traffic Signalization

These funds will be used to develop a comprehensive plan as well as beginning to

modernize hardware and software for the City traffic signal system. It is anticipated

that all 239 signalized major intersections will be analyzed, reviewed and

improvements made where signal, system, or central computer components are

found to be obsolete due to age of equipment, lack of communication capability, or

low energy efficiency. Signals and related lane usage will be modified where

necessary with street reconstruction to improve the efficiency of overall traffic flow

throughout the City.

Flood Control Design and Improvements

These funds will be utilized provide investigation work, analysis, and design work

of projects necessary to comply with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)

mandates, and improve overall operational efficiency and reliability of our flood

control system. A long range capital improvement plan has been developed to

comply with the Code of Federal Regulations for Flood Control and includes

critical pump station repairs, levee closure structure modernization, preliminary

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engineering for future pump station automation and various other repair and

upgrades.

Albany Avenue Road Safety Improvements (Grant Contingent)

This project will realign Albany Avenue to improve traffic safety, circulation, and

pedestrian access. Limits of complete Streetscape and Safety Improvement project

is on Albany Avenue from Homestead to Bedford Street.

Traffic Calming

Install traffic calming features based on analysis and in response to citizen requests

to correct traffic problems associated with excessive volume, speed, or accident

history.

Citywide Bike Lanes

This project is to design an urban bicycle network that connects Hartford

neighborhoods, employment and shopping centers, parks and regional

transportation networks. The project also consists of creating bike lanes, widening

shoulders, widening outside lanes for bicycle access. Bicycle parking facilities with

a mix of lockers and racks is also planned as part of the project as well as shower

facilities convenient to employment locations.

Colt Gateway Streetscape Phase 1

Phase I of this project will enhance the City's Street Infrastructure by improving the

aesthetic, functional, and safety aspects thru streetscaping of sections abutting the

Colt complex. Phase 2 will be a separate project that will encompass the

resurfacing/landscaping of a parking area on Colt property totaling $1M.

Implement a Pedestrian Wayfinding Signage Program

This project consists of designing and implementing a wayfinding signage system

to allow residents and visitors an easy way to navigate the city via foot.

Citywide Streetscapes – Construction

This project is for streetscape construction along Farmington Avenue. Future

streetscape projects include Capitol Avenue,Wethersfield Avenue, Main Street,

Main Street (North), Farmington Avenue (the completion of) Washington Street,

and Maple Avenue

Street Design and Reconstruction

Streets needing complete reconstruction, as opposed to pavement overlay, will be

identified and programmed for engineering under this program. Streets that need

structural, drainage, realignment, traffic improvements, etc., will be addressed.

Sidewalk Replacement

Perform Annual Sidewalk Program for City owned walks, and for privately

maintained walks where owners have not complied.

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Street Repaving and Repair

Perform Annual Street Pavement Mill and Overlay Project including a re-rating of

all streets for the 5 year update of the "Road Manager" database.

City Records – Document Conversion

Begin to digitize City records to preserve and modernize.

Bridge Repairs

The City has 12 bridges that need various levels of repair. A study has been

completed that identifies the various repairs needed. These funds will be utilized

for the design work and preparation of construction documents for bridge repair.

Brookfield Street Reconstruction

Brookfield Street from Flatbush Avenue to Hamilton Street is in need of

reconstruction due to embankment failure along on the west edge which has caused

curbing and pavement to settle. This problem has been exacerbated by a recently

completed MDC water main installation which was restored by a minimally

acceptable patching method. Furthermore, plans will include provisions for a bike

lane to connect to the existing trail south of Flatbush, northerly along Brookfield

Street to Hamilton, and then into the south portion of Pope Park. A derelict

pedestrian bridge along the west edge will also be permanently removed for safety

reasons. Deteriorated guiderails and safety fencing along the entire west edge will

also be replaced.

Roof Replacement

Roof replacement and repairs at various City Facilities.

Connect Regional, National Trails and Create Mulit-Use trails

This project is to development the trails of the East Coast Greenway through the

City. Phase One of the multi use trail along the Park River was completed

in October 2008. This 1,690 foot section of paved trail extends from Flatbush

Avenue to Nilan Street. Phase Two of the trail will run southerly

along the Park River from Nilan Street to Newfield Avenue and is expected to be

completed in 2010-2011.

Street Light Replacement Program

Streetscaping projects over the last 20 years have installed hundreds decorative

lights which are an aesthetic improvements, however DPW's operating budget

cannot support the expense of replacing decorative lights which cost four times the

cost of standard lights, therefore the CIP must fund replacement program.

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Development

Citywide Streetscapes - Design

This program will be used to plan streetscapes on a Citywide basis, and to provide

construction level design plans for future streetscapes. This center will be used to

estimate the total project costs including construction which are programmed under

a separate streetscape project budget. Design fees will be reimbursed to this center

from the streetscape construction budge once the individual project is fully

approved and funded.

Former Lyric Theater Building

Former theater. The goal is to stabilize the building and transition to a Puerto Rican

Cultural Center.

Project Initiation and Development Fund

These funds provide for the primary purpose of encouraging the private sector to

develop or renovate commercial developments. This fund will provide direct

access to funding for abatement, infrastructure development, and elimination of

blight as well as provide for gap funding for small development projects.

Facility Planning and Decommissioning

Unoccupied assets need to be decommissioned and protected in order to retain

maximum value for future use as well as prepare for disposition.

Parkville Municipal Development Plan

This project begins improvements that were identified in the Parkville Municipal

Development Plan. See www.hartford.gov/Development/planning for more

information

Redevelopment Plan Implementation

Provides for the implementation and support of the four redevelopment plans.

Neighborhood Development Fund

These funds provide for the primary purpose of encouraging the private sector to

develop new moderate and affordable housing units for homebuyers and renters and

to revitalize commercial districts in specific areas of the City. Specific goals are to

acquire vacant lots and substandard building and then demolish, mothball and

maintain the buildings/lots to facilitate their development, facilitate development of

housing properties, facilitate development of commercial, mixed-use and industrial

properties and finance improvements to public properties.

This fund will provide direct access to funding for abatement, infrastructure

development, and elimination of blight.

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Pedestrian and Traffic Circulation Improvements

This project involves converting Asylum Street to two-way traffic flow operations

between Trumbull Street and Ford Street. This project provides improved access to

the downtown from the west and significantly improves the overall pedestrian

environment of this section of Asylum Street. This project will also establish a

strong downtown east-west corridor to complement the north-south corridors of

Main Street and Trumbull Street.

This project introduces additional turning lane and modify signal timing/phasing to

optimize peak period traffic operations that are currently at gridlock.

Economic Development Site Acquisition

This fund provides for an Economic Development Site Acquisition Revolving Fund

to meet emerging needs in a timely fashion.

State/Federal Grant Matching Fund

This proposal is to assure that funding will be available for the City’s match of State

Federal Grants received. Most State Federal Grants programs require a 10-20

percent match in order to leverage State Federal Funds. These projects are used to

maintain and enhance the City’s infrastructure.

iQuilt

The iQuilt Partnership seeks to promote economic innovation and redevelopment of

the state capital by activating and enlivening the walkable urban fabric between the

City’s world class collection of cultural institutions.

The funding for this project will be used in conjunction with Bushnell Park North,

Downtown Main Street, the relocation of the carousel, building a permanent ice

rink, and improvements to lighting in Bushnell Park.

Document Conversion

This project includes the conversion of documents into a searchable database to

include permits, housing, building and zoning code violations, P&Z & L&I

drawings, applications and specifications.

Homestead Avenue Redevelopment

This project is to improve buildings and properties on Homestead Avenue that are

blighted and in a state of disrepair in accordance with the Homestead Avenue

redevelopment plan.

Coltsville Redevelopment

This project is to redevelop Coltsville as a historic, cultural and tourism attraction.

This involves transportation, parking and park improvements and to redevelopment

the property to add new businesses and residents.

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Coltsville Historic Park

This project is to establish a National Historic Park in the Historic Coltsville section

of the city.

Education Facilities

Public Safety Academy Site Preparation

This project involves the site preparation needed to construct the Public Safety

Academy. The Public Safety Academy will enroll students in grades 6 through 12

from throughout the Greater Hartford region to provide training and experience for

students in grades 6 through 12 who are interested in a public safety or emergency

medical career.

Weaver High School

This project is a renovation of Weaver High School to accommodate new academic

programs, comply with current fire, accessibility and building codes and generally

improve the physical condition of the facility which was originally constructed in

1972. Partnerships regarding academic programming with the University of

Hartford are anticipated. A means to cross the railroad tracks between Weaver and

the University will be a component of the project.

Kinsella Performing Arts High School Magnet

This project, slated for City funding in FY 2013-14, will create a new high school

facility to grow the existing performing arts magnet program. A location has not

yet been selected.

Erdkinder Montessori Magent

This project, slated for City funding in FY 2013-14, will create a new “middle

years” program on a farm site as an extension of the existing Montessori programs

in and around Hartford. A location has not yet been selected.

Renovation of Martin Luther King School

This project, slated for City funding in FY 2014-15, will renovate the historic

Martin Luther King School originally constructed in 1924 +/-. The facility is

anticipated to house 750 students in grades Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade.

Renovation of Milner School

This project, slated for City funding in FY 2015-16, will renovate the existing

Milner School.

Renovation of Burns School

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This project, slated for City funding in FY 2015-16, will renovate the existing

Burns School.

Renovation of Betances School

This project, slated for City funding in FY 2016-17, will renovate the existing

Betances School.

Renovation of Mark Twain School

This project, slated for City funding in FY 2016-17, will renovate the existing Mark

Twain School.

School Facilities Capital Improvements

These improvements are for roof replacement, new boilers, asbestos abatement,

masonry work, sprinkler system installation, parking lot paving, and air

conditioning installation.

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I also have a document with the $$$ and the years with expected $$$, so as an example, a new school might be 100,000,000 in 2013, iQuilt is like 2 million a year for 5 years. colt gateway is 5,000,000 this year, but nothing in future. some items are very small like 100K/year

Ill paste this but no guarantees if I can edit it to look OK

Draft Capital Improvement Plan (Rev. 2/7/12) for Planning and Zoning Commission Review

as Recommended by the Technical Committee

FY 2012-2013 through 2016-2017

Public Safety Funding Source(s)

Proposed CIP

Appropriation FY

12-13 FY 13-14 FY 14-15 FY 15-16 FY 16-17 Total

Radio Communications Enhancements General Obligation Bonds 200,000

200,000

200,000

200,000

200,000

$1,000,000

Fire Station Renovation(transfer from DPW) General Obligation Bonds 1,750,000

$1,750,000

Fire Training Academy General Obligation Bonds 150,000

TBD TBD 150,000

Public Safety Response Apparatus Facility General Obligation Bonds 150,000

TBD TBD 150,000

Total 200,000

$ 2,250,000

$ 200,000

$ 200,000

$ 200,000

$ $3,050,000

Public Facilities Funding Source(s)

Proposed CIP

Appropriation FY

12-13 FY 13-14 FY 14-15 FY 15-16 FY 16-17 Total

DOJ ADA Improvements General Obligation Bonds 500,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

$2,500,000

Municipal Facility Renovations General Obligation Bonds 750,000

1,500,000

1,500,000

1,500,000

$5,250,000

North End Senior Center General Obligation Bonds 900,000

$900,000

Energy Projects General Obligation Bonds 100,000

100,000

$200,000

Keney Clock Tower General Obligation Bonds 100,000

$100,000

Library Renovations and Improvements General Obligation Bonds 340,000

$340,000

John E. Rogers Cultural Center General Obligation Bonds 100,000

TBD TBD TBD $100,000

Total 2,690,000

$ 2,200,000

$ 2,000,000

$ 2,000,000

$ 500,000

$ $9,390,000

Parks and Recreation Funding Source(s)

Proposed CIP

Appropriation FY

12-13 FY 13-14 FY 14-15 FY 15-16 FY 16-17 Total

ADA Park Improvements General Obligation Bonds 500,000 500,000 1,000,000

Park Improvements and Playground enhancement HPTF 500,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 1,700,000

General Obligation Bonds 1,100,000 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000 4,000,000 11,100,000

Cemetery Beautification and Improvements HPTF 250,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 1,050,000

General Obligation Bonds 500,000 500,000

Pulaski Mall Improvements General Obligation Bonds 100,000 100,000

Historic Markers General Obligation Bonds 100,000 100,000 200,000

Greening America's Capital Demonstration Prj General Obligation Bonds 500,000 500,000

Urban Forestry Management and Planning General Obligation Bonds 100,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 400,000

Pope Park Phase IV Improvements General Obligation Bonds 2,000,000 2,000,000

Park River Greenway General Obligation Bonds 100,000 250,000 250,000 600,000

Elizabeth Park Pond House General Obligation Bonds 150,000 150,000

Total 3,650,000

$ 3,500,000

$ 4,850,000

$ 2,700,000

$ 4,600,000

$ $19,300,000

Page 1

Draft Capital Improvement Plan (Rev. 2/7/12) for Planning and Zoning Commission Review

as Recommended by the Technical Committee

FY 2012-2013 through 2016-2017

Infrastructure Funding Source(s)

Proposed CIP

Appropriation FY

12-13 FY 13-14 FY 14-15 FY 15-16 FY 16-17 Total

Traffic Signalization General Obligation Bonds 250,000

1,500,000

1,000,000

1,000,000

1,000,000

4,750,000

Flood Control Design and Improvements General Obligation Bonds 2,500,000

5,000,000

5,000,000

5,000,000

10,000,000

27,500,000

Albany Avenue Road Safety Improvements General Obligation Bonds 1,000,000

1,000,000

2,000,000

Traffic Calming General Obligation Bonds 250,000

500,000

250,000

1,000,000

Citywide Bike Lanes General Obligation Bonds 150,000

150,000

300,000

Colt Gateway Streetscape Phase I General Obligation Bonds 2,711,000

2,711,000

Grant 11,189,000

11,189,000

Implement a Pedestrian Wayfinding Signage Program General Obligation Bonds 300,000

300,000

600,000

Citywide Streetscapes Construction General Obligation Bonds 1,000,000

5,000,000

5,000,000

2,000,000

4,000,000

17,000,000

Street Design and Reconstruction General Obligation Bonds 1,000,000

4,000,000

4,000,000

4,000,000

4,000,000

17,000,000

Sidewalk Replacement General Obligation Bonds 500,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

2,500,000

Street Repaving and Repair LOCIP 2,000,000

2,000,000

2,000,000

2,000,000

2,000,000

10,000,000

City Records-Document Conversion General Obligation Bonds 300,000

200,000

200,000

700,000

Bridge Repairs General Obligation Bonds 250,000

250,000

250,000

750,000

Brookfield Street Reconstruction General Obligation Bonds 250,000

4,500,000

4,750,000

Roof Replacement General Obligation Bonds 500,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

2,500,000

Connect Regional, National, Multiuse Trails General Obligation Bonds 500,000

500,000

500,000

1,500,000

Street Light Replacement Program General Obligation Bonds 250,000

250,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

2,000,000

Total 24,400,000

$ 25,250,000

$ 18,750,000

$ 15,900,000

$ 22,950,000

$ $107,250,000

Development Funding Source(s)

Proposed CIP

Appropriation FY

12-13 FY 13-14 FY 14-15 FY 15-16 FY 16-17 Total

Citywide Streetscapes- Design General Obligation Bonds 250,000

200,000

200,000

200,000

500,000

1,350,000

Former Lyric Theater General Obligation Bonds 500,000

1,000,000

1,000,000

2,500,000

Project Initiation and Development Fund General Obligation Bonds 250,000

350,000

350,000

350,000

1,300,000

Facility Planning and Decommissioning General Obligation Bonds 1,000,000

1,000,000

1,000,000

1,000,000

1,000,000

5,000,000

Parkville Municipal Development Plan General Obligation Bonds 500,000

1,000,000

250,000

250,000

250,000

2,250,000

Redevelopment Plan Implementation General Obligation Bonds 950,000

2,000,000

1,000,000

750,000

750,000

5,450,000

Neighborhood Development Fund General Obligation Bonds 500,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

2,500,000

Pedestrian and Traffic Circulation Improvements General Obligation Bonds 2,000,000

1,500,000

1,000,000

1,000,000

1,000,000

6,500,000

Economic Site Acquisition General Obligation Bonds 500,000

750,000

750,000

750,000

750,000

3,500,000

State/Federal Matching Fund General Obligation Bonds 950,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

2,950,000

iQuilt General Obligation Bonds 5,000,000

5,000,000

1,000,000

1,000,000

1,000,000

13,000,000

Document Conversion General Obligation Bonds 300,000

300,000

300,000

300,000

300,000

1,500,000

Homestead Ave Redev General Obligation Bonds 500,000

750,000

1,000,000

950,000

950,000

4,150,000

Coltsville Redevelopment General Obligation Bonds 5,000,000

5,000,000

Coltsville Historic Park General Obligation Bonds 3,000,000

2,000,000

5,000,000

Total 18,200,000

$ 17,850,000

$ 10,850,000

$ 7,550,000

$ 7,500,000

$ $61,950,000

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Draft Capital Improvement Plan (Rev. 2/7/12) for Planning and Zoning Commission Review

as Recommended by the Technical Committee

FY 2012-2013 through 2016-2017

Education Funding Source(s)

Proposed CIP

Appropriation FY

12-13 FY 13-14 FY 14-15 FY 15-16 FY 16-17 Total

*Weaver HS Renovation General Obligation Bonds 100,000,000

100,000,000

Public Safety Academy Site Preparation General Obligation Bonds 5,000,000

5,000,000

10,000,000

*Kinsella Performing Arts High School Magnet General Obligation Bonds 33,000,000

33,000,000

*Erdkinder Montessori Magnet General Obligation Bonds 11,250,000

11,250,000

*Renovation of Martin Luther King School General Obligation Bonds 68,000,000

68,000,000

*Renovation of Milner School General Obligation Bonds 47,500,000

47,500,000

*Renovation of Burns School General Obligation Bonds 55,000,000

55,000,000

*Renovation of Betances School General Obligation Bonds 39,900,000

39,900,000

*Renovation of Mark Twain School General Obligation Bonds 36,750,000

36,750,000

*School Facilities Capital Improvements General Obligation Bonds 6,500,000

6,500,000

Total 11,500,000

$ 49,250,000

$ 168,000,000

$ 102,500,000

$ 76,650,000

$ $407,900,000

State Reimbursements 2,500,000

$ 35,400,000

$ 134,400,000

$ 82,000,000

$ 61,320,000

$ $315,620,000

City Share 9,000,000

$ 13,850,000

$ 33,600,000

$ 20,500,000

$ 15,330,000

$ $92,280,000

* Present funding criteria through the State of Connecticut Bureau of School Facilities suggests a reimbursement rate of up to 80% of "eligible" project costs. Most similar projects contain 5 to 10% of expenses ineligible for reimbursement,

therefore the recommendation is to anticipate a City share equal to 25% of the total project cost, with a net 75% State reimbursement.

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Draft Capital Improvement Plan (Rev. 2/7/12) for Planning and Zoning Commission Review

as Recommended by the Technical Committee

FY 2012-2013 through 2016-2017

Proposed CIP

Appropriation FY

12-13 FY 13-14 FY 14-15 FY 15-16 FY 16-17 Total

Total CIP Appropriation 60,640,000

100,300,000

204,650,000

130,850,000

112,400,000

608,840,000

LOCIP Reimbursable 2,000,000

2,000,000

2,000,000

2,000,000

2,000,000

10,000,000

Hartford Parks Trust Fund (HPTF) Reimbursable 750,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

500,000

2,750,000

Other Grants 11,189,000

TBD TBD TBD TBD 11,189,000

Educational Reimbursements 2,500,000

35,400,000

134,400,000

82,000,000

61,320,000

315,620,000

Net City CIP Appropriation 44,201,000

$ 62,400,000

$ 67,750,000

$ 46,350,000

$ 48,580,000

$ 269,281,000

$

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Edited by The Voice of Reason

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