Capital Improvements definition

Capital Improvements means improvements with a useful life of five years or more, by new construction or other action, which increase or increased the service capacity of a public facility.
Capital Improvements means additions to properties or renovations or refurbishing of properties which are designed to substantially upgrade such properties or significantly modernize the operation thereof.

Examples of Capital Improvements in a sentence

  • An ordinance appropriating, authorizing or allocating funds to the Capital Improvements Budget for the fiscal year 2010/2011 and to amend the fiscal year 2010/2011 Budget Ordinance No. 12410.

  • The major issues are: Transportation HousingEducation and TrainingPublic Services and Infrastructure Environmental Quality and Natural Resources Cultural ResourcesEconomic DevelopmentCoordination of Capital Improvements EnergyPopulation Loss 2.3 TransportationRutland City, by virtue of its geographic placement at the crossroads of major highways, carries a major traffic burden that affects residents and businesses alike.

  • TitleTo authorize the Director of Public Utilities to enter into a planned modification to the General Engineering Services Agreement with Stantec Consulting Services, Inc.; for the Division of Power and Water; to authorize a transfer and expenditure of $200,000.00 within the Water Super Build America Bonds Fund; and to amend the 2011 Capital Improvements Budget.

  • A motion was made by Ms. Gilman and seconded by Mr. Clement to approve the AP manifest from Capital Improvements Fund dated 1/18/13 in the amount of $64,726.45.

  • Sidewalk Capital Improvements Project Various Maps, Various Parcels An Ordinance authorizing the acquisition of property by negotiation or condemnation for construction of sidewalks and associated work in accordance with the Strategic Plan for Sidewalk Capital Improvement Projects located within Metropolitan Nashville & Davidson County.

More Definitions of Capital Improvements

Capital Improvements means all construction, reconstruction or renovation of the Licensed Premises. Capital Improvements also include all Alterations andAdditional Fixed Equipment,” as that term is defined in Section 2.1(h) below, which the Licensee installs or causes to be installed on the Licensed Premises. Capital Improvements shall not include routine maintenance and repair activities required to be performed in the normal course of management and operation of the Licensed Premises. Capital Improvements shall include those activities described in Section 6.1 and the Schedule of Capital Improvements attached as Exhibit D.
Capital Improvements mean the purchase, renovation, rehabilitation, or construction of permanent land, buildings, structures, equipment and furnishings used directly for or in the Project, and any goods or services for the Project that are purchased and capitalized under GAAP, including any organizational costs and research and development costs incurred in Illinois. Capitalized lease costs for land, buildings, structures or equipment shall be included in “Capital Improvements” only if the lease term, including any extensions or options to extend, equals or exceeds the term of this Agreement, and provided that such lease costs are valued at their present value using the corporate interest rate prevailing at the time the Company filed its Application with the Department.
Capital Improvements means the acquisition of land, easements, facilities, and equipment (other than ordinary repairs and replacements), and those property improvements or any combination of property improvements which will constitute enlargements, extensions or betterments to the System and will be incorporated into the System.
Capital Improvements means capital improvements, repairs or alterations (including any improvements, repairs or alterations required pursuant to a Property Improvement Plan), FF&E and other capital items (whether paid in cash or property or accrued as liabilities) made by the Borrowers that, in conformity with GAAP, would not be included in the Borrowers' annual financial statements as an Operating Expense of the Properties.
Capital Improvements means those improvements that materially add to the value of the property and appreciably prolong its useful life or adapt it to new uses and which may be amortized over the useful life of the improvements in accordance with the Internal Revenue Code.
Capital Improvements means the same as that term is defined in Section 63A-5-104.
Capital Improvements means capital improvements, repairs or alterations, fixtures, equipment and other capital items (whether paid in cash or property or accrued as liabilities) made by the Asset Entities.