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File #: 20-72    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agendas Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 1/14/2020 In control: Board of Aldermen
On agenda: 1/21/2020 Final action:
Title: Report on Possible 10-year Annual Climate Emergency Budget Proposal PURPOSE: The purpose of this item is to provide a report on a possible 10-year Annual Climate Emergency Budget Proposal for implementing updated climate action plan goals.
Attachments: 1. Attachment A - Resolution To Receive 10-Year Climate Emergency Budget, 2. Attachment B - Resolution Regarding Climate Action Goals and Budget Plan, 3. Attachment C - CCAP Budget, 4. Attachment D - 10 Year Annual Climate Emergency Budget Proposal
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Report on Possible 10-year Annual Climate Emergency Budget Proposal
PURPOSE: The purpose of this item is to provide a report on a possible 10-year Annual Climate Emergency Budget Proposal for implementing updated climate action plan goals.
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DEPARTMENT: Town Manager, Planning Department, Finance Department

CONTACT INFORMATION: David Andrews, Town Manager, dandrews@townofcarrboro.org, (919) 918-7315; Patricia McGuire, Planning Director, pmcguire@townofcarrboro.org, (919) 918-7327; Arche McAdoo, Finance Director, amcadoo@townofcarrboro.org, (919) 918-7349; Cary McNallan, Budget Analyst, cmcnallan@townofcarrboro.org, (919) 918-7301; Laura Janway, Environmental Planner, ljanway@townofcarrboro.org, (919) 918-7326

INFORMATION: The purpose of this item is to provide a report on a possible 10-Year Annual Climate Emergency Budget Proposal for implementing updated climate action plan goals as outlined in the Town Council 6/25/19 Resolution Regarding Climate Action Goals and Budget Plan (Attachment B).

The Finance Department, Planning Department, and Town Manager identified items related to existing Community Climate Action Plan (CCAP) and Energy and Climate Protection Plan (ECPP) efforts as well as projected efforts from the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). Staff identified and summarized costs for these items (Attachment C).

Staff have prepared a roadmap showing a possible list of projects and associated costs which could be implemented to reach the updated emissions reduction goals (Attachment D). The roadmap incorporates the revisions to the CCAP and ECPP goals recommended by the Environmental Advisory Board (EAB) of an 80% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. There are no staff or administrative costs estimated for the projects included in the budget proposal. Expenditures and likely carbon reductions would not be sequenced on a per year basis. Investments will have to be made before reductions are seen.

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