The Capital Improvements Program Advisory Committee meets when it has business.
The Board consists of 9 members with the following qualifications:
- 1 member shall be a representative of the real estate.
- 1 member shall be a representative of development.
- 1 member shall be a representative of building industries.
- 1 member shall represent the extraterritorial jurisdiction.
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Place 7 - Real Estate
Place 8 - ETJ/Real Estate
Place 9 - ETJ/Real Estate
The Purpose of the Capital Improvements Program Advisory Committee is to review the capital improvements plan, monitor and evaluate implementation, advise the city of the need to update or revise the land use assumptions and impact fees, and file semiannual reports evaluating the progress of the City in achieving the capital improvements.