[HISTORY: Adopted by the Common Council of the City of Middletown 2-8-1978 as § 26-2 of the 1978 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
All proposals for capital improvements by municipal departments, commissions, committees, agencies, boards or authorities shall be filed with the Common Council and the Planning and Zoning Commission. Proposals must be submitted to and accepted by the Common Council prior to any spending authorization.
As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
- CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
- Any major improvement or betterment of a nonrecurring nature to the physical plant of the municipality, as differentiated from ordinary repairs or maintenance of a recurring nature. Items within the scope of the Capital Non-Recurring (CNR) Fund are not regarded as capital improvements.
Proposals shall be submitted on official forms, which shall have the name, location, and purpose of the capital improvement, cost of the capital improvement, and future operating cost and income, if any, to the City of Middletown. Information on the forms must be updated to reflect the current status of the project.
The Planning and Zoning Commission shall review all proposals for conformity with the Comprehensive Plan. The Commission can comment on the proposals' impact on the coordinated development of Middletown.