The schedule for council’s CIP review includes:
Unfunded Transportation Capital Priorities
Council will continue its discussion of funding options for Issaquah’s unfunded transportation capital priorities.
In March 2019, staff provided the City Council with an overview of a potential plan to fund seven transportation projects on the unfunded transportation capital needs list, leveraging a combination of existing debt service capacity and a 0.2 percent voter-approved increase in the sales tax rate, as allowed under the Transportation Benefit District (TBD).
The seven projects are:
The plan presented to the council was based on recommendations from the city’s Ad Hoc Long-Term Finance Committee. Learn more in this memo, and video from the meeting.
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