The Mayor shall have the power to appoint the following standing Capital Programs committee.
The committee shall consist of at least two (2) members of the Board of Aldermen, with one (1) such member named as its Chairman. The Mayor shall serve as ex officio member to the committee without the right to vote.
The Capital Programs committee shall serve the function of long-range planning for the City of Salem; budget preparation for Board approval; and such other duties as might be assigned to them by the Mayor or Board of Aldermen. The committee shall have the power to call upon all City employees for information in their investigations and planning as well as from the private sector.
The committee shall be appointed at a meeting following the annual municipal election and the members thereof shall serve for a term of one (1) year.

The Capital Improvement Programs committee shall be responsible for the following areas, which are not exclusive:
Prepare all capital improvement programs for the City; Federal and State grant processing; downtown renovation programs; priority assessment of all capital improvement projects.

Capital Improvement Programs committee members are:
Alderman Shawn Bolerjack - Chairman Alderman Kyle Williams Annie Deatherage  
      Ex-Officio - Mayor Greg Parker

Contact for the board:
Alderman Shawn Bolerjack
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