Mooresville commissioners on Tuesday approved the town’s $213,216,327 capital improvement plan for 2022-2027.

The comprehensive plan for FY 2023 calls for $54,679,969 in capital expenses. Funding comes from a variety of sources, including ad valorem taxes, capital reserves, installment financing, bonds, water and sewer fees, and grants. Major expenses for the current fiscal year include:

♦ $20.3 million for Phase I of the East-West Connector;
♦ $8 million for the downtown parking deck;
♦ $1.95 million for design and construction of the town hall annex;
♦ $1.5 million for design/construction of Fire Station 7;
♦ $1.42 million for new MPD vehicles; and
♦ $850,000 for a replacement fire engine

The plan calls for spending a total of $91.6 million in utility funds over the next five years on upgrades to the town’s water and sewer and waste water treatment operations. 


In other business, the board:

♦ Approved two contracts totaling $1,008,862 for FY 2023 with Allegiant Staffing for contracted staffing for various town departments. The largest allocations are for the Parks Department ($271,740), the War Memorial ($190,937), Athletic Services ($165,848), and Golf Course maintenance ($107,963).

♦ Approved a request to approve a $60,000 contract with The Ferguson Group for FY 2023 lobbying and consulting services and to act as a Washington, D.C., representative for the Town of Mooresville.

♦ Approved a $115,000 contract with Iredell Health System for the Town’s onsite wellness program for FY 2023.

♦ Approved a $119,940 contract with KMB Solutions LLC for custodial services at Town locations for FY 2023.

♦ Approved a request from the TI Department to approve a purchase in the amount of $982,601.18 for the Network & AP Refresh from Internetwork Engineering of Charlotte.

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