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After our meeting last night I found an error in a key formula. Basically, in one of the cells, the Police Capital Expenditures was not included in one of the sum totals. That increases the deficit by $52,000.
Click here to view the corrected version of the General Fund Draft Budget 3.
Click here to view the corrected version of the Utility Fund Draft Budget 3.
That should be “scrape off” not “scrap off”. Note that you can’t edit these posts due to state law.
Here is a quote that Troy obtained back in March. Fairfield Ave Quote March 16, 2021
I spoke with the rep about the quote. The numbers are still good. I did not request a formal quote for concrete but a rough estimate is 50% more. I’ll bring this up at the next council meeting and if council wants to move forward, we’ll do a formal bid process and see where we land.
So this quote basically breaks down like this:
Option A: Mill (scrap off) two inches of the current surface and then put two inches of new topping on the old base. The cost would be $54,810 for Fairfield to Sunrise and an additional $33,495 from Sunrise to the curve on Miramar. Total cost would be $88,305 plus the cost to bond the project.
Option B: Mill (scrap off) ten inches of the current base and surface, then put eight inches of base and two inches of topping down. The cost would be $138,000 for Fairfield to Sunrise and an additional $52,500 from Sunrise to the curve on Miramar. Total cost would be $190,500 plus the cost to bond the project.
Please ask any questions or offer any suggestions so that we can have a productive discussion at the next council meeting.