Call to Order and Roll Call
The5th meeting of the Capital Planning Advisory Board was held on Friday, September 23, 2011, at 10:15 AM, in Room 169 of the Capitol Annex. Representative Melvin B. Henley, Chair, called the meeting to order, and the secretary called the roll.
Members:Representative Melvin B. Henley, Co-Chair; Senator Paul Hornback, Representative Ron Crimm, David Buchta, Charles Byers, John Hicks, Bill Hintze, F. Ryan Keith, Mary Lassiter, Mark Overstreet, and Carol Palmore.
Approval of Minutes August 26, 2011
There was a motion made by Representative Crimm, seconded by Mr. Hintze, and adopted by voice vote to approve the minutes of the August 26, 2011 meeting.
2012-2018 Statewide Capital Improvements Plan
Representative Henley thanked the members of the board for their attendance and hard work over the last few months. He then thanked staff for their work and the various state agencies that provided specialized reports to the board this year.
Representative Henley said the 2012-2018 Statewide Capital Improvements Plan includes a series of policy and project recommendations that address the high priority this board places on maintenance of state-owned facilities. The policy recommendations were discussed and agreed upon at the board’s August 26 meeting. The state-funded project recommendations were voted upon by members over the course of the last month, and include projects in the categories of maintenance and renovation, information technology, and new construction.
There was a motion made by Mr. Overstreet, seconded by Mr. Hicks, and adopted by voice vote to approve the draft 2012-2018 Statewide Capital Improvements Plan and the state-funded project recommendations. The motion also included the authorization for staff to make necessary edits as needed in finalizing the plan for publication.
Representative Henley stated that the Board does not typically meet during General Assembly sessions; however, staff will keep members updated on items that may be of interest to the board.
With there being no further business, Representative Crimm made a motion to adjourn the meeting. The motion was seconded and the meeting adjourned at 10:24 A.M.