LONDONDERRY — The town's capital improvement program committee meets on Monday, July 22, 6:30 p.m., to consider projects for fiscal years 2021-2026.
The meeting will be held in the Moose Hill Council Chambers at the town offices.
The CIP group will go over projects put forward by the town and school district, and will then score projects according to urgency or need, prioritize what's the most important and where to place projects within the six-year program.
The CIP committee is made up of members from town council, school board, planning board, and budget committee and takes input on projects from all departments, then rates them according to urgency or need. Some projects take a higher priority than others. The planning board eventually adopts the list.
According to CIP Committee Chairman John Farrell, also chairman of the Town Council, the town side of the capital improvement program has no major projects in the pipeline.
"We don't foresee any projects for many, many years," he said.
On the school side, there are major projects being considered within the six-year CIP plan.
At a school board recently, business administrator Peter Curro offered a presentation at the school's CIP list.
The school’s capital list includes an option for expanded school space; district wide building renovations; an auditorium, new SAU office, and high school gym renovation and possible turf field.
All school capital projects to be considered by the committee could total more than $70 million.