The White Rock Civic Center, golf course improvements and a new teen center were the hands down favorites among six capital improvement projects considered by the Capital Improvements Program (CIP) committee Thursday evening.
The committee had recommended that six projects be moved to phase 2 statuses. However, insufficient funds are available to move all six projects forward this year. Considering its role of advisory committee to County Administrator Harry Burgess, the committee agreed to suggest priorities for advancing the projects.
“We recommended all of these, we like all of them, but I think we also all value some sense of prioritization,” committee member Steve Lynne said.