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A capital improvement plan (CIP), or capital improvement program, is a short-range plan, usually four to ten years, which identifies capital projects and equipment purchases, provides a planning schedule and identifies options for financing the plan. Essentially, the plan provides a link between amunicipality, school district, parks and recreation department and/or other local government entity and a comprehensive and strategic plan and the entity's annual budget.

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  • A capital improvement plan (CIP), or capital improvement program, is a short-range plan, usually four to ten years, which identifies capital projects and equipment purchases, provides a planning schedule and identifies options for financing the plan. Essentially, the plan provides a link between amunicipality, school district, parks and recreation department and/or other local government entity and a comprehensive and strategic plan and the entity's annual budget. (en)
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  • A capital improvement plan (CIP), or capital improvement program, is a short-range plan, usually four to ten years, which identifies capital projects and equipment purchases, provides a planning schedule and identifies options for financing the plan. Essentially, the plan provides a link between amunicipality, school district, parks and recreation department and/or other local government entity and a comprehensive and strategic plan and the entity's annual budget. (en)
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  • Capital improvement plan (en)
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