If handed, this measure would create an unpaid, 19-member Board of Transportation and Infrastructure. Denver Metropolis Council members would appoint 13 of these board members and the mayor would appoint the rest. The board would then advise the pinnacle of the Division of Transportation and Infrastructure on coverage and operations. It will additionally overview and touch upon the division’s annual price range.
The case for: The board may provide further oversight and experience for the Division of Transportation and Infrastructure, the price range for which contains a considerable quantity of the whole metropolis’s price range and covers necessary public works initiatives and enhancements.
The case towards: It’s unclear whether or not the board would have substantial mechanisms to make sure its suggestions are adopted. Additionally, further board overview procedures may sluggish public works initiatives and the price range course of.
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Poll query: “Shall the Constitution of the Metropolis and County of Denver be amended to create the Board of Transportation and Infrastructure to advise the Supervisor with respect to the coverage and operation of the Division and shall overview and touch upon the proposed annual price range for the Division?”