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File #: 0396-22    Version: A Name:
Type: Communication Status: Passed
File created: 5/24/2022 In control: Finance and Personnel Committee
On agenda: 6/7/2022 Final action: 6/7/2022
Title: Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Jones, on behalf of the Commissioner of Public Works, requesting permission to apply for the FFY 2023 - FFY 2026 STP-Urban BIL Program funds through the Wisconsin Department of Transportation for the rehabilitation of South Memorial Drive (Durand Ave. to south of 17th Street) Grant Control #00450. Recommendation of the Finance and Personnel Committee on 5-31-2022: That the Commissioner of Public Works be granted permission to apply for the FFY 2023 - FFY 2026 STP-Urban BIL Program funds through the Wisconsin Department of Transportation for the rehabilitation of South Memorial Drive (Durand Ave. to south of 17th Street). Fiscal Note: The grant is in the estimated amount of $1,675,600 with a required city match of $500,000, which will be funded through an appropriation in the 2023-32 Capital Improvement Program. The local match portion also includes non-participating items and right of way acquisition.
Attachments: 1. 5-27-22 FP Committee - WISDOT Grant - Memorial - 00450, 2. #0396-22 Resolution

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Subject: Communication sponsored by Alder Jones, on behalf of the Commissioner of Public Works, requesting permission to apply for the FFY 2023 - FFY 2026 STP-Urban BIL Program funds through the Wisconsin Department of Transportation for the rehabilitation of South Memorial Drive (Durand Ave. to south of 17th Street) Grant Control #00450.

 

Recommendation of the Finance and Personnel Committee on 5-31-2022: That the Commissioner of Public Works be granted permission to apply for the FFY 2023 - FFY 2026 STP-Urban BIL Program funds through the Wisconsin Department of Transportation for the rehabilitation of South Memorial Drive (Durand Ave. to south of 17th Street).

 

Fiscal Note: The grant is in the estimated amount of $1,675,600 with a required city match of $500,000, which will be funded through an appropriation in the 2023-32 Capital Improvement Program.  The local match portion also includes non-participating items and right of way acquisition.