Street/Alley/Alley Apron Resurfacing and Sidewalk Repairs
What percentage of the total budget should go toward street/alley resurfacing and sidewalks repairs? (Select one option.)
A resurfaced streets costs $43,500 per block. The first resurfaced asphalt alley costs $31,500. Subsequent asphalt alleys cost $49,500. Flood resistant permeable green alleys cost $150,000. An alley apron (the area located at the mouth of the alley, between the sidewalk and the street) costs $10,000. A block of sidewalks costs $75,000. Note: These are the average estimated costs.
Note: The following streets, alleys, alley aprons, will be resurfaced, and sidewalks repaired in priority order depending on the percentage of this year’s budget allocated for these purposes:
Streets/Alleys/Alley Aprons Resurfacing1. Street at 1100 W. Pratt - Sheridan to the Lake
What percentage of the total budget should go toward street/alley resurfacing and sidewalks repairs? (Mark one box)
Four CTA, Metra Murals
Paint murals at four locations: CTA embankment wall at Dubkin Park (7442 N. Ashland) CTA alley embankment wall from Greenview to Jarvis; Metra viaduct at Greenleaf and Ravenswood (north side wall), and Metra viaduct at Estes and Ravenswood (north side wall).
Estimated Cost: $44,000
Artificial Turf Field and Running Track at Sullivan High School
Replace Sullivan’s southwest parking lot with a turf field and track that would serve both the school and the community. The total cost is $900,000. The Open Space Impact Fee program will cover $350,000 of the cost. If voters approve this year’s proposal for $300,000, the remaining $250,000 will be on next year’s PB ballot.
Estimated Cost: $300,000
Location: 1531 W. Albion