Funds the city received fromt eh State of California for Prop 1B capital projects funding that would be lost by a June spending deadline will be transferred to storm water and streets projects. The city's infrastructure committee reviewed the funds transfer last week.
5,303,000 dollars in excess capital improvement project money, and project money the city could not spend by the deadline, guarantees the city run by the Faulconer administration can quickly put more money into projects that develop neighborhood storm water systems, and streets.
THe money will be taken from a range of capital improvement projects to invest in the major citywide infrastructure work. Both stormwater and streets projects are standard investments for Prop 1B funds.
Ongoing work resurfacing San DIego streets was the plain choice for the lead large investment. Prop 1B funds invested in stormwater system upgrades will pay for work replacing old pipes and worn out drainage. STreet guardrail and traffic calming projects are on the state bond funding list.
STreetscape improvements also fit in Prop 1B spending plans. WOrk putting in intersection pop-outs is seet for state payment.
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