The OPC’s Finance subcommittee, chaired by Roger Horn, will meet tonight to continue its review and recommendations of the Capital Facilities Plan.
This Growth Management Act requires this to be done each year. The CFP is essentially a list of projects for which the city must prioritize funding. If it fails to do so, it can jeopardize funding and face other undesirable consequences. This is a good place to look if you’re interested in what the city is thinking about building and maintaining over the next couple of years.
The OPC takes a look, assesses it and the comprehensive plan to ensure that they are consistent, and then they typically write a letter to the City Council. The City Council will take up its review in July.
This is one of the most consequential annual projects the OPC undertakes so watch this space!