Bedford dissolves CIP committee
Town Manager Steve Daly proposed that the town council rescind a vote taken last year that adopted state legislation relating to the capital improvement plan committee process.
He said that in his opinion the legislation “contradicts the requirements of the charter,” Daly said.
His approach would be to work with a small team of staff members, including the finance and planning directors, to organize all the submitted capital projects into a preliminary plan that would be revised with the town council. Projects relating to the master plan would be reviewed by planning before the entire plan is brought to the council with the manager’s budget, he said.
Vice-chair Bill Jean added that it’s important to stay within the provisions of the town charter.
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