Tuscarora Township Capital Improvements Plan Summary
A Capital Improvement Plan is a proposed strategy for planning capital expenditures. It is a forecasting tool for budget and planning processes in order to achieve a desired outcome for the future. Upon adoption by the Township Board, the CIP becomes a statement for potential funding of future capital projects. The CIP represents various departments in the Township's best judgment at that time; however, future needs, financial constraints, and grant opportunities may result in the need for changes over the six-year period. Michigan municipalities are required by PA 3 3 of 2008 to assemble a six-year Capital Improvements Plan to maintain, improve, or remove assets; Tuscarora Township has a similar mandate.