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What can Local Capital Improvement Program (LOCIP) funds be used for?
This is the list of the currently eligible uses of LOCIP funds:
• ROAD construction, renovation, repair, or resurfacing,
• SIDEWALK and pavement improvements,
• SEWER facilities/lines construction, renovation, enlargement, or repair,
• PUBLIC BUILDINGS, other than schools, construction, renovation, code compliance, energy conservation and fire safety,
• DAMS/BRIDGES/FLOOD CONTROL construction, renovation, enlargement, or repair,
• WATER TREATMENT OR FILTRATION facilities/mains construction, renovation, enlargement, or repair,
• SOLID WASTE facilities construction, renovation, or enlargement,
• PUBLIC PARKS improvements,
• CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLANS,
• EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS systems improvements and BUILDING SECURITY SYSTEMS, INCLUDING FOR SCHOOLS
• PUBLIC HOUSING renovation and improvements,
• VETERANS MEMORIALS,
• THERMAL IMAGING SYSTEMS,
• BULKY WASTE/LANDFILL PROJECTS,
• CONSERVATION & DEVELOPMENT PLANS,
• AUTO EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATORS,
• FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT AND HAZARD MITIGATION ACTIVITIES,
• ON-BOARD OIL REFINING SYSTEMS, and
• THE PLANNING OF A MUNICIPAL BROADBAND NETWORK

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1. Why can’t Board of Education budget be cut in order to lower taxes?
2. Why can’t Capital Improvements be cut to lower taxes?
3. Why can’t Debt Service be cut to lower taxes?
4. How does Norwich’s spending compare to other communities?
5. What can Local Capital Improvement Program (LOCIP) funds be used for?
6. Why is it important for the City to maintain its fund balance and fund its pension obligations?