The MCES Capital Program consists of the following components:
- Authorized Capital Program (ACP)
- Capital Improvement Plan (CIP)
Authorized Capital Program (ACP)
The ACP provides multi-year authorization to spend on project costs where funding has been secured and the Council has given final approval to proceed. It is the total amount of all past and present approvals from the Council.
The 2017 ACP consists of the previously approved ACP; plus, the authorization for one new project; authorization adjustments to existing projects; and the deletion of completed and closed-out projects. The changes are summarized below.
|Summary of Authorized Capital Program (ACP) Changes
|Previous Authorized Capital Program (ACP)
|Adjustments - Existing Projects
|New Project - Brooklyn Park-Champlin Interceptor Renewal
|Approved 2017 ACP
The CIP is the six-year capital investment plan. The Council has not given final approval to these investments. These proposed investments and the year that it is anticipated that the Council will be asked to move them into the ACP is summarized below.
The Capital Program consists of the ACP plus the CIP. Table 10 (PDF) from the Metropolitan Council’s 2017 Unified Budget summarizes the MCES 2017 2022 Capital Program.
Capital Budget and Projected Expenses
The Capital Budget is the amount from the ACP that is expected to be spent in that given year. It cannot be exceeded without formal Metropolitan Council action. The adopted MCES 2017 Capital Budget is $183 million. As depicted below, the projected capital expenses for the 2017-2022 timeframe are $895 million. The projected expenses are utilized in the development of the debt service numbers in the MCES' Capital Finance Plan.
More information on the 2017-2022 budget: