The board operates on a 10-year plan and updates it every two years, according to the city. Projects adding up to about $711 million are on the list.
The Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted 6-2 to authorize the list. Some officials argued for more time to prioritize the list; however, Alderperson Dana McClendon said it was not meant to be final.
“We will never have a capital improvements plan that contemplates, plans for and accommodates every single project or moment of opportunity that comes up,” McClendon said.
Click on the image to the right to see a map and list of projects in line for funding.