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1 <br /> ORANGE COUNTY <br /> BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS <br /> ACTION AGENDA ITEM ABSTRACT <br /> Meeting Date: June 15, 2021 <br /> Action Agenda <br /> Item No. 6-b <br /> SUBJECT: Accept the Five-Year Capital Investment Plan (CIP) and Approve the Orange <br /> County Overall CIP Projects of $50,915,167 for FY2021-22 <br /> DEPARTMENT: County Manager and Finance <br /> and Administrative Services <br /> ATTACHMENTS: INFORMATION CONTACT: <br /> 1. FY2021-26 Capital Investment Plan Bonnie Hammersley, (919) 245-2300 <br /> Overall Summary Travis Myren, (919) 245-2308 <br /> 2. Year 1 (FY 2021-22) Approved CIP Gary Donaldson, (919) 245-2453 <br /> Projects Paul Laughton, (919) 245-2152 <br /> 3. County Capital Approved FY 2021- <br /> 22 CIP Projects Summary <br /> 4. Proprietary Capital Approved FY <br /> 2021-22 CIP Projects Summary <br /> 5. School Capital Approved FY 2021- <br /> 22 CIP Projects Summary <br /> PURPOSE: To accept the FY2021-26 Orange County Five-Year Capital Investment Plan (CIP), <br /> and approve the Orange County Overall CIP Projects of $50,915,167 for FY2021-22. <br /> BACKGROUND: For over 20 years, the County has produced a Capital Investment Plan (CIP) <br /> that establishes a budget planning guide related to capital needs for the County as well as <br /> Schools. The current CIP consists of a 5-year plan that is evaluated annually to include year-to- <br /> year changes in priorities, needs, and available resources. Approval of the CIP commits the <br /> County to the first year funding only of the capital projects; all other years are used as a planning <br /> tool and serves as a financial plan. <br /> Capital Investment Plan — Overview <br /> The FY2021-26 CIP includes County Projects, School Projects, and Proprietary Projects. The <br /> School Projects include Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools, Orange County Schools, and Durham <br /> Technical Community College — Orange County Campus projects. The Proprietary Projects <br /> include Water and Sewer, Solid Waste Enterprise Fund, and Sportsplex projects. <br /> The CIP has been prepared anticipating moderate economic growth of approximately 2% in <br /> property tax growth over the next five years, and 4% sales tax growth. Many of the projects in <br /> the CIP will rely on debt financing to fund the projects. <br />