Maintenance key in Woodstock’s 5-year capital plan
WOODSTOCK – A new dog park, utility improvements in the widening of Route 14 and a load of routine maintenance and debt payments highlight the city’s latest five-year capital improvement plan.
The annual plan prioritizes projects from “urgent” to “deferrable” and serves as a loose guide to assemble the budget.
The 259-page document the City Council discussed Tuesday night reflects the economic times. Several sections include disclaimers that expenditures in the 2013-14 budget can’t feasibly extend beyond debt payments or maintenance and repair.
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