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File #: 19-530    Version: 1 Name: A resolution authorizing the Department of Parks, Recreation and Culture to pursue rehabilitation of the Lake Park Ravine Road Bridge, accept State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation – Transportation Alternatives Program grant funding, and develop
Type: Resolution Status: Signed
File created: 5/31/2019 In control: County Clerk
On agenda: Final action: 7/2/2019
Title: A resolution authorizing the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture to pursue rehabilitation of the Lake Park Ravine Road Bridge, accept State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation - Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) grant funding, develop a plan for the ongoing maintenance of the bridge; and authorizing an administrative appropriation transfer to amend and realign the budget as necessary between the design and construction phases of the project, supplant $1,469,200 in private contributions with $2,000,000 in TAP grant funding, and use the $530,800 balance to reduce Milwaukee County's financial commitment to the project.
Sponsors: Sheldon Wasserman, Willie Johnson Jr., Marcelia Nicholson, Steven Shea, Jason Haas, Felesia A. Martin
Attachments: 1. 19-530 RESOLUTION, 2. 19-530 FISCAL NOTE, 3. 19-530 PE&E AMENDMENT I (Adopted; Vote 4-0), 4. 19-530 COUNTY BOARD RESOLUTION, 5. 19-530 CB AMENDMENT II (Adopted; Vote 18-0), 6. 19-530 ENGROSSED COUNTY BOARD RESOLUTION, 7. 19-530 SIGNATURE PAGE
Related files: 19-501, 18-862, 16-728, 16-733, 17-149, 18-195, 20-108

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A resolution authorizing the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Culture to pursue rehabilitation of the Lake Park Ravine Road Bridge, accept State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation - Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) grant funding, develop a plan for the ongoing maintenance of the bridge; and authorizing an administrative appropriation transfer to amend and realign the budget as necessary between the design and construction phases of the project, supplant $1,469,200 in private contributions with $2,000,000 in TAP grant funding, and use the $530,800 balance to reduce Milwaukee County’s financial commitment to the project.

 

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