DHCD Presents Capital Improvement Plan Requests for FY21-FY26

Each year, capital budget agencies present their capital project requests and priorities to the Planning Commission.  DHCD presented its plan today, highlighting targeted areas of spending based on funds approved by the Department of Finance.  CLICK HERE to view DHCD's presentation.

 

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