Capital Projects Cause Funding Headaches
The wayfinding signage project for Brevard could cost up to $200,000, while making improvements to sidewalks and curb and gutters in downtown would be hundreds of thousands of more dollars
None of these Council-backed projects, however, are listed in the city's Capital Improvements Program (CIP).
The CIP is the city's long-range plan on "physical assets" — buildings, vehicles and machinery — that have a minimum life of three years and a minimum cost of $5,000.
The CIP currently prioritizes items, such as police cars, that help the city maintain its day-to-day services. The wayfi...