Fiscal Year 2013 Annual Budget - Community Investment Program

City of Carbondale
Financial Overview - Community Investment Program





The MERS/Goodwill in Carbondale held a grand re-opening in its new location in November of 2011.

MERS/Goodwill is a non-profit agency that provides for the needs of those who have barriers to employment through disability or economic disadvantage. Profits from the Goodwill stores in our area go toward funding MERS/Goodwill job training and employment services.


Community Investment Program

The Five-Year Community Investment Program (CIP) Budget provides for the planned, expansions, improvements or reconstruction of the City’s infrastructure assets. Capital outlay items such as vehicles, computers, office equipment, radios, machinery and equipment are not included in the CIP. These items are budgeted in the various user divisions. The detailed list of the capital outlay items is provided in the Supplemental Section of this budget.

The CIP section of this document includes the following:
1. Description of Codes and Division Account Numbers
2. Chart of Accounts
3. Composite list of all Community Investment Program Projects
4. FY 2013 Funded 5-Year Community Investment Program
5. Summary Estimate of CIP Projects FY 2012
6. Summary by Fund and Funding Source Codes
7. Summary by Project Group
8. CIP Projects, Descriptions, Justifications, Expenditure Years and Operations Impact
9. FY 2012 Un-Funded Community Investment Program

Greater detail for each CIP project is provided in the separate Community Investment Programs Budget document. In addition to the above, the detail includes the account numbers for the cost categories and funding source codes for each CIP project, as well as a list of unfunded and possible future CIP projects. 

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