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File #: BDGT 20-01    Version: 1 Name: Fuel Facility CIP and budgetary transfer
Type: Budgetary Transfer Status: Passed
File created: 1/7/2020 In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 2/4/2020 Final action: 2/4/2020
Title: The Mayor and City Council shall discuss and possibly take action to create a project in the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) for fiscal year 19-20 by drawing on existing capacity in the CIP for the design and construction of a City Fuel Facility. Discussion and Action.
Sponsors: Mike Riggs
Indexes: Fiscal Policies and Management
Attachments: 1. PowerPoint Presentation
TITLE
The Mayor and City Council shall discuss and possibly take action to create a project in the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) for fiscal year 19-20 by drawing on existing capacity in the CIP for the design and construction of a City Fuel Facility. Discussion and Action.
AGENDA ITEM DESCRIPTION
The City is seeking to construct a Fuel Facility to be located to the south of the current Public Services Yard. The Facility will be built on the north side of Garvey Avenue, just outside the fence of the Public Services Yard. As the City’s population increases and demands for Public Services (Streets Maintenance, Parks Maintenance, as well as Police and Fire services) increase, it is paramount that the City expand operational functionality to meet those needs. The City currently has a limited diesel fuel capacity at the four fire stations; having a City Fuel Facility will allow the City to have better control on pricing and availability and decrease reliability on outside sources.

Funding for this project will be derived as follows:
Eliminate existing CIP Project DS2020-17 (Street Facility Yard Expansion) in its entirety to include funding in the amount of $268,354 in FY 20 and an additional $198,349 in FY 21 for a total of $466,703 available to be reprogramed for other projects.
Revise existing CIP Project CS2020-03 (Street Maintenance Warehouse) reducing the project allocation of $500,000 down to $100,000 for a total of $400,000 to be reprogramed for other projects.
Create a new CIP Project (City Fuel Station) at a cost of $390,000 to be funded from the above descripted cost reductions. With this new CIP Project, the City will still realize a net reduction in CIP project cost in the amount of $476,703 (pricing to include $50,000 for any security, electrical and/or lighting needs).

This item will be presented by Public Services Director Mike Riggs.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION
Staff recommends approval to move forward with the above stated changes.




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