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Capital Equipment is defined as machinery and equipment that has a cost of at least $3,000, and a useful life of at least 1 year.
A Capital Improvement Project is public infrastructure, land and construction, that has a cost of at least $25,000, and a useful life of at least 2 years.
"CIP" is an acronym for "Capital Improvement Project"..
Funding for Capital Outlay is from a variety of sources including, but not limited to: the General Fund, the Enterprise Fund (from your water bill), the Streets One-Third Cent Sales Tax, and Special Revenue Funds, such as: the Replacement Fund, the Highway Users Revenue Fund (HURF) (our allocation of the state "gas tax"), the Donation Fund, the Grant Fund, and the Development Impact Fee Fund (from the sales of new homes).
These funds may also receive funding from such sources as grants, bonds, loans, and cash reserves..
Here is an example of a typical project timeline:1 - The need is identified, and sometimes includes studies and models.2 - The project scope and schedule is determined.3 - Funding is secured.4 - A designer is selected, and design commences.5 - Surveying, soils studies, traffic studies, etc. are performed, as needed.6 - Land is acquired, if necessary.7 - Design is completed, estimates are refined, and necessary permits are obtained.8 - The project is bid, and a contractor is hired to begin the work.9 - The project is built, with inspection oversight and testing.10 - The new infrastructure is approved, and the warranty period begins.11 - The Town accepts ownership, and begins operations and maintenance..
Typically, the Town uses a traditional "Design-Bid-Build" procurement process to hire designers and contractors. This means that designers are selected on their qualifications, and contractors are hired by low bid.
As required, the Town advertises bids and RFQs, in the local newspaper - and you will typically see these advertisement in the newspaper legal section on Sundays..
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1. Gold panning and metal detecting may continue within the boundaries of Fain Park, so long as such activity is limited to -a. use of gold pans, metal detectors, and hand tools such as picks and shovels [use of motorized or mechanical equipment or mining aids (e.g. sluice boxes, dry washers, gold screws, gold bugs, rocker boxes, wheel barrows or other devices designed to increase production above that level obtained with gold pans and hand tools) is prohibited];b. excavations made below the high water mark of the stream channel that do not damage or disturb root systems of live vegetation and are filled in before the area is left;c. day use [no fires, washing of utensils, or camping is permitted as part of the activity, all trash is to be disposed of in marked receptacles, and Park restrooms are to be used instead of depositing or burying human waste in the Park]; andd. use of metal detectors to locate mineral deposits such as gold and silver [it is not permitted to use metal detectors in Fain Park to search for treasure trove, to locate historical and prehistorical artifacts and features, or to search for recent coins and lost metal objects].2. Historical presentations related to mining activity in the area may continue within the boundaries of Fain Park, so long as such presentations are limited to:a. those made by bonafide historical organizations during Town-sponsoredor approved activities in the Park.
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April 1 – September 30 – 5:00am to 10:00pmOctober 1 – March 31 - 7:00am to 10:00pm