The Roswell City Council’s Finance Committee on Monday prioritized its list of capital projects for consideration of funding by state and federal lawmakers, with an emphasis on water supply projects.
The Finance Committee’s recommendations for the Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan are scheduled to be considered by the full City Council Thursday night.
The Finance Committee, chaired by City Councilor Caleb Grant and also comprised of City Councilors Jason Perry and Art Sandoval, chose to place water infrastructure improvement projects at the top of the city’s wish list.
The No. 1-ranked project on the list is a $1.5 million water supply project that would entail replacing large valves.
The No. 2-ranked project is also a water supply project. The city is seeking $2 million for the first phase of a multi-phase project to repair large-diameter water lines.
The No. 3-ranked project is a $207,000 request to complete a fire-training center.
The No. 4-ranked project is a $443,000 request for the first phase of street paving in and around South Park Cemetery.
The No. 5-ranked project is a $500,000 request to rehabilitate sewer department manholes.
The No. 6-ranked project is a $200,000 request for a Login to read more