Murrieta CIP budget, up $11.4 million, given final approval by Murrieta City Council

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Jeff Hitch, principal engineer for Murrieta, and financial analyst R.N. Mendoza present the five-year Capital Improvement Program budget and update to the Murrieta City Council during the Tuesday, Aug. 16, council meeting. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Tony AultStaff WriterThe Murrieta City Council finalized the city’s five-year Capital Improvement Program budget and held a lengthy discussion on expanding the Downtown Market Nights during the Tuesday, Aug. 16, regular meeting.Presenting the five-year CIP budget and update for the council was Jeff Hitch, principal civil engineer for Murrieta, and financial analyst R.N. Mendoza. Hitch presented the CIP projects which were completed or nearly completed in the past year, including finishing many road slurry seal and resurfacing projects, replacing the Murrieta Community Center building roof, wrapping up the Clinton Keith Road culvert rehabilitation project and remodeling the Police Department’s records section, among other smaller projects costing about $4.1 million.Mendo
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