For the fiscal year starting July 1, there is money allocated to upgrade the in-pavement lights for two school crosswalks, repair or replace three bridges, repair two storm-drain facilities, and start on the library remodel.
The Town Council will review the budget with staff at the meeting starting at 7:30 p.m. in Independence Hall near the corner of Woodside and Whiskey Hill roads. The proposed budget will return for a public hearing and council action on Tuesday, June 26.
Much of the infrastructure work would be underwritten by other agencies. The $215,600 crosswalk project would be paid for from a federal Highway Safety Improvement Grant of $189,000 and $21,600 from San Mateo County's Measure A funds.
The $189,000 project to repair or replace the bridges would include $167,322 reimbursable through the federal Highway Bridge Program.
General fund revenues are expected to total $5,650,878 in fiscal year 2012-13, with expenses estimated at $5,560,862.
Go to tinyurl.com/budget-1234 to download the town's budget proposal in a PDF document.