County Council Hears CIP Process Discussion

County Administrator Harry Burgess, right, and Deputy County Administrator/CFO Steven Lynne present details on the County’s Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) process during this evening’s Council work session at the White Rock Fire Station. The County has $5 million to $12 million in funds and is reviewing possible projects including taking another look at projects previously proposed but not funded at the time. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

Council Chair Geoff Rodgers calls a brief break in this evening’s meeting and spells out how he would like to focus the discussion upon return. He explained that he did not want to discuss specific projects at this juncture but rather speak in terms of process. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

County Councilor Rick Reiss, second from left, questions County Administrator Harry Burgess and Deputy County Administrator/CFO Steven Lynne during their presentation this evening on the Capital Improvement Project process. From left, Councilor Steve Girrens, Vice Chair Kristin Henderson and Chair Geoff Rodgers. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com

Staff Report

Los Alamos County’s formal Capital Improvements Program (CIP) is typically part of the County’s budget planning process that takes place every Spring, with final budgets adopted in May.

The County designs projects during the winter months and contracts for award of the projects each Spring. This means the late Spring and Summer months (typically late April until late October) are busy times for the construction crews and County staff.

Active Projects:

  • The Nature Center

 

 

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