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									                                                      CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM



CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

The County maintains a multiyear Capital Projects Plan which includes two elements,

facilities construction or remodeling, and mobility projects. Mobility Projects include all

projects not constructed by the Road and Bridge Department.


Under the facilities construction plan, all requested and anticipated construction projects

are listed with annual costs of new personnel, furnishings, utilities, and other operating

costs attached. Annually, the Commissioners Court selects from the list of projects those

to be accomplished during the current fiscal year and the capital outlay associated with

those projects. These capital costs are budgeted in the Capital Outlay Department, and

current year operating costs are budgeted in the applicable departmental budget. Schedule

A lists all projects and the costs associated.


The Facilities Program can be broken down into six categories including new buildings,

building improvements, technology improvements, relocation/remodeling of offices, and

fresh water districts. New buildings are new facilities being added to Fort Bend County

and building improvements are improvements to existing buildings.

Relocation/remodeling are improvements needed to carry out relocations of departments

and improved space utilization; technology improvements are improvements to existing

technology and fresh water districts are water districts created under the provisions of the

Texas Water Commission to provide water to the residents of the district. The County

funds initial costs with financial assistance from the Rural Utilities Services of the U.S.

Department of Agriculture.




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Mobility Projects include projects accomplished in cooperation with other entities,

including the Texas Department of Transportation, other counties and cities in Fort Bend

County. The County’s portion of these projects is being funded by a bond issue approved

in 2000 for a total of $87,000,000. To date, $29,000,000 has been issued. Schedule B lists

all mobility projects and the costs associated, both total county costs, costs to date and

total project costs.


Mobility Projects will also include two toll roads that are currently in the planning and

engineering stage. Construction on the first of these toll roads began in 2004. No bonds

have been issued to date, and the project has been operating with a loan from Harris

County Toll Road Authority, which will link their toll roads to the new Fort Bend County

Toll Roads.


The County operates under the policy that projects to be funded with debt will have a

longer useful life than the associated debt. Only long lived assets (20 years expected life

or longer) will be funded with General Obligation Debt. Certificates of Obligation may

fund some assets that may have a somewhat shorter life span (10 to 20 years) with a

shorter repayment term. All building and facilities projects in the current year are funded

from current funds for the current year obligation. In the recent past, debt has been issued

for the County Library, the County Jail and the construction of the East End Annex

(offices for Precinct Two Commissioner and other Precinct Two Officials).




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Schedule A. Capital Improvement Program

                                    2005 Summary of Projects

                                                         Estimated
                                              2005
                Project                                 Total Cost of         Project Type
                                           Allocation
                                                          Project
Commissioner 1 Relocation              $       37,500   $     37,500    Relocation/Remodel of Offices
Fairgrounds Upgrades                   $      101,000   $    891,000       Building Improvements
Parks Upgrades                         $      300,000   $    300,000               Other
Sienna Branch Library                  $      350,000   $   5,130,800          New Building
U of H Branch Library                  $      150,000   $   5,130,800          New Building
County Court at Law #1 Secondary
                                                                           Building Improvements
Entrance                               $       10,000   $     10,000
Vehicle Maintenance Expansion          $      375,000   $    381,100           New Building
MIS Generator                          $       65,500   $     65,500               Other
Indigent Health Care Relocation        $      155,000   $    155,000    Relocation/Remodel of Offices
Precinct 3 Service Center studies      $      125,000   $   1,390,000          New Building
Right-of-Way                           $    1,735,465   $   1,735,465              Other
Needville Service Center Building      $      650,000   $   1,350,000          New Building
School Zone Lights                     $       45,000   $    180,000               Other
Fairgrounds Boulevard                  $      200,000   $    200,000               Other
Ditch H Project                        $      400,000   $ 2,900,000                Other
TOTAL                                  $    4,699,465   $ 19,857,165




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           Schedule B. Fort Bend County Mobility Projects Schedule of
           Costs
                                                                           Project    Total Project Cost Amount of Bond
                                                                           Length    (Construction + Soft Referendum      Bond Funds        Amount
     Project Name         Project Limits           Project Description      (MI)            Costs)          Funding        committed       Expended

West Airport Blvd.   Eldridge to Burney       New 4-lane divided section    1.250 $         2,712,000 $ 1,500,000 $         1,500,000 $ 1,500,000
West Airport Blvd.   SH 6 to FM 1464          New 4-lane divided section    1.250 $         2,699,703 $ 2,300,000 $         2,699,703 $ 2,400,361
Bamore Rd.           FM 1640 to US 59         Widen 2-lane to 3-lane C&G    1.740 $         7,187,500 $ 1,300,000 $               0    $              -
W. Bellfort Ave.     D.Ashford to Eldridge    Widen 2-lane to 4-lane C&G    1.250 $         5,062,000 $       450,000 $       450,000 $      450,000
                     FM 1876 (Eldridge) to
West Bellfort        SH 6                     Widen 2-lane to 4-lane C&G    2.000 $         3,345,053 $ 1,500,000 $         3,345,053 $ 1,338,451

Burney Rd.           Voss Rd. to Bellfort  Widen 2-lane to 4-lane C&G       0.850 $         4,300,000 $       860,000 $       350,000 $               -
                                           New 4-lane divided C&G
Chimney Rock         W. Fuqua to Beltway 8 section                          0.630 $         2,600,000 $       500,000 $       500,000 $      453,909


Dulles               90A to Ave E             Widen 4-lane to 6-lane        1.100 $         2,500,000 $ 1,550,000 $               0    $              -
Avenue E             Dulles to FM 1092        Widen 2-lane to 4-lane C&G    0.630 $         4,061,802 $ 1,925,000 $         4,061,802 $ 3,857,653

Fifth Street         FM 1092 to 2234          Widen 2-lane to 4-lane C&G    2.456 $         8,784,445 $ 5,200,000 $         1,000,000 $      906,013

Harlem Rd.           US 90A to FM 1093        Widen 2-lane to 4-lane        7.386 $        16,900,000 $ 2,260,000 $           344,199 $      344,199
                                              Complete 4-lane divided
Independence Blvd.   FM 2234 to FM 1092       C&G                           1.230 $         6,500,000 $        50,000 $        50,000 $               -
Lamar Dr.            FM 1640 to FM 2218       Widen 2-lane to 3-lane C&G    0.300 $         7,000,000 $       100,000 $           0    $              -
                     US 90A to Ave. "I" (FM   Widen 2-lane to 3-lane/4-
Lane Dr.             1640)                    lane C&G                      1.000 $         2,935,564 $ 1,587,500 $         1,472,243 $ 1,472,243
Kirkwood Rd.         US 59 to US 90A          Widen 4-lane to 6-lane        0.800 $         3,000,000 $   600,000 $               0   $         -

McKeever Rd.         SH 6 to Sienna Pkwy      Widen to 4-lane C&G           3.160 $        25,000,000 $ 4,000,000 $           150,000 $       20,825


Mason Rd.            FM 359 - SH 99           New 4-lane C&G section        3.000 $         7,950,000 $       861,200 $       313,064 $      300,634

Ransom               US 59 to Loop 762        Widen 2-lane to 4-lane        3.940 $        10,450,000 $ 1,348,140 $           500,000 $         -
Reading Rd. (ext.)   U.S 59 to FM 2977        New 4-lane C&G section        0.566 $         1,958,605 $ 1,025,000 $         1,025,000 $ 1,018,097
Scanlin Road         FM 2234 to Lexington     New location 2-lane C&G       1.140 $         1,410,302 $ 1,450,000 $         1,410,302 $         -
Stafford Rd.         Beltway 8 to US 90A      Widen 2-lane to 4-lane C&G    2.300 $        11,858,000 $ 2,000,000 $               0    $              -

Trammel - Fresno Rd. SH 122 to FM 521         Widen 2-lane to 4-lane        3.960 $        10,135,000 $ 1,940,000 $         1,940,000 $               -
Trammel-Fresno       Sienna Pkwy to SH 6      Widen 2-lane to 4-lane C&G    0.840 $         3,325,000 $       700,000 $           0    $              -
Staffordshire Rd.    US 90A to FM 2234        Widen 2-lane to 4-lane C&G    2.600 $        13,500,000 $ 2,200,000 $               0    $              -
                     Commonwealth to
University Blvd.     U.S.59               New 4-lane C&G section            1.600 $         7,889,700 $ 1,500,000 $         1,500,000 $ 1,500,000
                     Commonwealth to F.C. New 4-lane divided C&G
University Blvd.     LID 2                section                           1.600 $        15,250,000 $ 4,100,000 $         3,250,000 $ 1,500,000
                                          Widen 3-lane rural to 4-lane
Voss Rd.             Burney Rd. to SH 6   divided                           0.750 $         2,312,970 $ 2,000,000 $         2,312,970 $ 2,496,767
                     SH 6 to Old Richmond Widen 2-lane to 4-lane
Voss Rd.             Rd.                  divided                           0.750 $         2,850,000 $ 2,300,000 $           350,000 $      167,090


FM 359               US 90A to Jones Creek Widen 2-lane to 4-lane C&G       2.100 $        13,374,000 $ 2,000,000 $         2,000,000 $      226,984

FM 723               US 90A to FM 1093        Widen 2-lane to 5-lane        9.700 $        25,000,000 $ 3,440,000 $           500,000 $      104,314
FM 1093              SH 99 to FM 723          Widen 2-lane to 4-lane        3.100 $         5,805,000 $ 1,000,000 $           216,944 $            -

FM 1464              FM 1093 to SH 99         Widen 2-lane to 4-lane        7.400 $        17,378,000 $ 1,500,000 $           827,280 $ 1,519,247
FM 2218              US 59 to FM 762          Widen 2-lane to 4-lane        2.200 $         8,848,000 $ 1,769,300 $           200,000 $         -
                                              New 4-lane C&G and
Collins Rd.          US 90A to FM 359         Brazos bridge                 3.900 $        15,902,000 $ 2,532,980 $               0    $              -

SH 6                 Spur 58 to N. of UPRR R.O.W. for overpass              1.400 $        22,200,000 $       500,000 $       500,000 $      151,800




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History of Capital Improvement Projects

Project                                              2005                          2004                        2003

Building Improvements                      $         111,000              $     1,300,000             $       260,000
New Buildings                              $       1,650,000              $     3,277,734             $      5,050,000
Fresh Water Districts                          $                -         $                  -        $      4,000,000
Relocation/Remodeling of Offices           $         192,500              $       903,035             $       897,565
Technology Improvements                    $                -             $     3,001,702             $        85,000
Other                                      $       2,745,965              $     1,397,000             $        57,126
Total CIP                                  $       4,699,465              $    9,879,471              $ 10,349,691

The 2005 operating budget consists of four operating categories and capital improvement
projects. Capital Improvement Projects make up three percent of the total adopted
budget. There is a 52.4 % decrease in Capital Improvement Projects in 2005 verses 2004.
The chart below shows that 6 percent of the County’s operating budget consists of capital
improvement projects.


                               2005 Operating Budget Summary



                                                                    Operating and Training
                                                                            Costs
                                                                            36.8%




                                                                                      Information Technology
                                                                                               Costs
                                                                                               0.9%
                                                                                      Capital Acquisitions
                                                                                             2.4%
                                                                                     Capital Improvement
                                                                                           Projects
                                                                                              3.0%

                  Salaries and Personnel
                           Costs
                           56.9%




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Project Name: Commissioner Pct. 1 Relocation

ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT                      $37,500

1. Location of Project:        701 S. 4th Street, Richmond


2. Start Date: Cancelled                Projected End Date: Cancelled


3. Summary of Project: The project originally entailed the Commissioner precinct 1
      office to be relocated to a different building near the current location so that the
      Office of Emergency Management could use the Commissioner’s current location
      as a media room to be used during emergency activations. However, soon after the
      budget was adopted, plans were changed and the Commissioner’s Office will
      remain in its current location.


4. Beneficiaries of Project: The project has been cancelled.


5. Impact on Operating Budget: $37,500 was included in FY2005 Capital Outlay
      budget for moving expenses and the annual lease and utilities for the new location.
      When the project was cancelled, the money was transferred out of Capital Outlay
      into Non-Departmental Contingency.


6. Financial Summary:
      2005 Allocated Amount                    $ 37,500




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Project Name: Fort Bend County Fairgrounds Renovations

ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT                    $891,000


1. Location of Project:       4310 Highway 36, Rosenberg


2. Start Date: June 2001             Projected End Date: September 2004


3. Summary of Project: The Fairgrounds are 28 years old and in need of major
     renovations to keep the facilities available for rentals. The restrooms need to be
     replaced or renovated. Buildings B, C, and D, need new A/C units, and new roofs
     are needed for buildings B and D.


4. Beneficiaries of Project: The fairgrounds are home to many events throughout the
     year as organizations rent the facilities to hold their events. These renovations
     would increase the image of the fairgrounds and increase the number of events held
     at the facilities.




5. Impact on Operating Budget: The impact of the operating budget is $101,000 for
     the year 2005 for improvements to the existing facilities at the fairgrounds.


6. Financial Summary:
     2002 Allocated Amount           $251,000
     2003 Allocated Amount           $260,000
     2004 Allocated Amount           $279,000
     2005 Allocated Amount           $101,000
     2006 Projected Allocation       Complete




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Project Name: Parks Upgrades

ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT                     $300,000


1. Location of Project:        Various parks within the County


2. Start Date: October 2003           Projected End Date: September 2004


3. Summary of Project: Improvement and upgrades to existing County Parks
      including playground equipment repair and replacement, restroom repair and ADA
      upgrades, electrical repairs, parking lot repairs, South Post Oak Ballfield Park
      improvements, and a Parks Master Plan.


4. Beneficiaries of Project: The improvements will ensure that county facilities that
      are used as parks will be safe and up to ADA standards to meet the needs of the
      citizens of Fort Bend County. The projects are needed to maintain safe operation of
      county parks throughout the county.


5. Impact on Operating Budget: $300,000 was budgeted in Capital Outlay for fiscal
      year 2005.


6. Financial Summary:
      2005 Allocated Amount           $300,000




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Project Name: Fort Bend County Library – Sienna Branch

ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT                   $5,130,800


1. Location of Project:      Sienna Plantation and Highway 6


2. Start Date: January 2004                 Projected End Date: September 2006


3. Summary of Project:       This project will consist of constructing a combined
     Houston Community College/ Fort Bend County Library facility at Sienna
     Plantation and Highway 6.


4. Beneficiaries of Project: This project will serve the citizens of Fort Bend County.
     It is needed to relieve the overcrowding at the First Colony Branch library and
     meet the needs of the continued growth in the South Highway Six area.


5. Impact on Operating Budget: $350,000 was allocated for the Sienna Branch
     Library for 2005.


6. Financial Summary:
     2002 Allocated Amount          $250,000
     2003 Allocated Amount          $400,000
     2004 Allocated Amount          $700,000
     2005 Allocated Amount          $350,000
     2006 Projected Allocation      $3,430,800




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Project Name: Fort Bend County Library – University of
Houston Branch

ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT                   $4,200,000


1. Location of Project:       University of Houston, Sugar Land Campus


2. Start Date: January 2005          Projected End Date: June 2007


3. Summary of Project:        Cooperative library with Fort Bend County, University of
      Houston and Wharton County Junior College


4. Beneficiaries of Project:         First Colony library exceeds the Fire Marshal’s
      occupancy frequently. A cooperative library makes better use of funds.




5. Impact on Operating Budget: Construction of 35,000 square foot library, then the
      annual maintenance, operating and staffing expenses (Library may be larger if
      University of Houston and/or Wharton County Junior College pay for the additional
      space.)




6. Financial Summary:
       2005 Allocated Amount         $ 150,000
       2006 Projected Amount         $2,000,000
       2007 Projected Amount         $2,050,000
       2008 Projected Amount         Complete




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Project Name: County Court at Law #1 Secondary Entrance

ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT                    $10,000


1. Location of Project:       117 Legion Drive, Richmond, TX


2. Start Date: January 2005            Projected End Date: February 2005


3. Summary of Project:        The project will entail installing an additional door at the
     rear of the building as a secondary emergency exit as well as an entry for staff. It
     will also include a slab at the entryway.


4. Beneficiaries of Project: This second entrance will provide an emergency exit and
     also provide an entrance for staff through the back without having to go through the
     front, which can get congested.




5. Impact on Operating Budget: $10,000 is allocated in the FY2005 Capital Outlay
     budget.




6. Financial Summary:
       2005 Allocated Amount           $10,000




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Project Name: Vehicle Maintenance Facility Expansion

ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT                        $381,100


1. Location of Project: 230 Legion Dr., Richmond


2. Start Date: October 2004           Projected End Date: September 2005


3. Summary of Project: Expansion of the Vehicle Maintenance facility


4. Beneficiaries of Project: Vehicle Maintenance will be able to provide more in-
      house service to county employees and their clients. Also, Texana MHMR has
      requested help servicing their vehicles.


5. Impact on Operating Budget: $6,100 was included in the 2004 budget for
      property & equipment. The funds for construction have been included in the 2005
      budget.




6. Financial Summary:
      2004 Allocated Amount            $6,100
      2005 Allocated Amount            $375,000
      2006 Projected Allocation        Complete




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Project Name: MIS Generator

ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT                   $ 65,500


1. Location of Project:      500 Liberty St., Richmond, TX


2. Start Date: December 2004         Projected End Date: January 2005


3. Summary of Project: The generator would prolong the availability of the County’s
     primary business processes during a power outage affecting the Jane Long
     Building. The generator would include coverage that includes the electrical needs
     for the equipment in the computer room, as well as the corresponding lighting and
     HVAC. The generator would support the computer room for 10 to 15 hours per
     each 63 gallon tank of diesel, refillable as many times as is necessary. This would
     allow the MIS department to provide ample computer support to any
     location/department.


4. Beneficiaries of Project: The generator will allow continued support by the MIS
     department to those departments with electricity. These departments will then be
     able to continue serving the public.


5. Impact on Operating Budget: $65,500 is budgeted in FY2005 Capital Outlay for
     the generator and installation costs. Diesel for the generator will be absorbed from
     the Vehicle Maintenance’s fuel budget.




6. Financial Summary:
      2005 Allocated Amount          $65,500




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Project Name: Indigent Health Care Relocation

ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT                     $155,000


1. Location of Project: Rosenberg Annex, 4520 Reading Rd., Rosenberg, TX


2. Start Date: January 2004                   Projected End Date: April 2005


3. Summary of Project: Construct in-house Examination Rooms, Clinical Lab,
      Waiting Room and Administrative facility to provide timely medical care and
      pharmaceuticals and preventative education to eligible Fort Bend County residents.


4. Beneficiaries of Project: The Fort Bend County Residents, Indigent population and
      Indigent Health Care Staff.


5. Impact on Operating Budget: $155,000 is allocated in FY2005 Capital Outlay for
      this project. It will provide a cost savings by reducing Emergency and Out Patient
      cost and eliminating high contract costs.




6. Financial Summary:
      2005 Allocated Amount            $155,000




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Project Name: Precinct 3 Annex

ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT                    $1,390,000


1. Location of Project:      Precinct 3


2. Start Date: October 2003                  Projected End Date: September 2005


3. Summary of Project: This project entails the construction of a Precinct 3 Annex
     approximately 10,000 square feet to accommodate the Justice of the Peace, the
     Constable, and the Commissioner. The building will also include a substation for
     Adult Probation, the County Clerk, and the Tax Assessor/Collector. Land
     acquisition and architectural fees will be funded through the 2004 budget while the
     remainder of the project will be funded in fiscal year 2005.


4. Beneficiaries of Project: The citizens of precinct 3 will have a one-stop facility for
     their county needs.


5. Impact on Operating Budget: $390,000 is budgeted in the fiscal year 2004
     Capital Outlay budget for land acquisition and architectural fees. $125,000 is
     allocated in 2005 for architectural and engineering studies.


6. Financial Summary:
     2004 Allocated Amount           $ 390,000
     2005 Allocated Amount           $ 125,000
     2006 Projected Allocation       $ 875,000




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Project Name: Needville Service Center Building

ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT                    $1,350,000


1. Location of Project:       9110 Long St., Needville, TX


2. Start Date: January 2004           Projected End Date: September 2006


3. Summary of Project: This project entails construction of a new service building at
      the Needville Service Center. The current facility is in many ways unsafe and in
      need of repairs. Due to the age of the structure, it has been determined it would be
      more economical to construct a new building.


4. Beneficiaries of Project: The new building will provide a safer environment for
      Road & Bridge employees as well as citizens visiting the facility.


5. Impact on Operating Budget: $650,000 is allocated in the 2005 Road & Bridge
      budget. The new building will also save in building repair costs.




6. Financial Summary:
      2003 Allocated Amount           $350,000
      2004 Allocated Amount           $350,000
      2005 Allocated Amount           $650,000
      2006 Projected Amount           Funding complete




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Project Name: School Zone Lights

ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT                    $180,000


1. Location of Project:       Throughout Fort Bend County


2. Start Date: FY2002                Projected End Date: FY2005


3. Summary of Project: In 2002, the Road & Bridge department started a program of
     installing solar powered flashing school zone lights. The plan is to install
     approximately 10 lights per year until all lights currently maintained are replaced.
     This enables the county to require all new installations to be solar powered which
     will reduce maintenance costs by eliminating the need for recurring electric costs.


4. Beneficiaries of Project: The tax payers of Fort Bend County will benefit by the
     County maintaining operating costs of the school zone lights.


5. Impact on Operating Budget: $45,000 has been allocated each year in Road and
     Bridge’s CIP budget. The use of solar powered lights will reduce electricity costs.




6. Financial Summary:
       2002 Allocated Amount         $45,000
       2003 Allocated Amount         $45,000
       2004 Allocated Amount         $45,000
       2005 Allocated Amount         $45,000
       2006 Projected Amount         Complete




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Project Name: Fairgrounds Boulevard

ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT                    $200,000


1. Location of Project:       Connects Highway 36 to North Fairgrounds Road


2. Start Date: January 2005                  Projected End Date: April 2005


3. Summary of Project: The project will entail construction of a new asphalt and
      concrete curb, two-lane access to the Fairgrounds property.


4. Beneficiaries of Project: Fort Bend County Fairgrounds, Park & Ride, City of
      Rosenberg


5. Impact on Operating Budget: $200,000 is allocated in the Road & Bridge
      FY2005 budget for the construction of this road.


6. Financial Summary:
       2005 Allocated Amount         $200,000




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Project Name: Ditch H Project

ESTIMATED COST OF PROJECT                       $2,900,000


1. Location of Project:          West of and parallel to westerly city limit line of Sugar
Land


2. Start Date: January 2004                     Projected End Date: December 2010


3. Summary of Project: Widen existing Ditch H and construct connection with
       Upper Oyster Creek


4. Beneficiaries of Project:         20,000 acres of unincorporated Fort Bend County and
       a portion of Sugar Land


5. Impact on Operating Budget: The channel is now a part of the existing
       maintained drainage system. $400,000 is allocated in the FY2005 Drainage District
       budget.


6. Financial Summary:
        2005 Allocated Amount           $400,000
        2006 Projected Amount           $400,000




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