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State revenue projections for 2017–19 increase by $628 million

Washington’s projected Near General Fund revenue collections for the 2017–19 state budget have increased by nearly $628 million, according to estimates released today by the Washington State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council.

“With collections running above the previous forecast and continued positive signs in the underlying economy, we revised the forecast upward,” said Steve Lerch, forecast council executive director.

Today’s forecast is the largest quarterly increase for the state since before the Great Recession.

2017–27 Capital plan

Governor Inslee’s proposed capital budget appropriates over $4 billion (all funds) for state construction projects, grant and loan programs for local governments, and to build and improve K-12 schools and facilities for higher education. An average of 10,628 jobs per year will be created or sustained by the work funded in the capital budget.

Agency recommendation summaries

The individual agency Recommendation Summaries reflect the dollar and FTE differences between current biennium (2015-17) expenditure authority and the Governor's proposed 2017-19 budget for Average Annual FTEs, General Fund-State, Other Funds, and Total Funds.

Formatting conventions in this document include the following:

Section C: Ten-year project plan

2017-2027 Ten-year project plan and appropriation detail

The following section presents three tables that describe the 2017-2027 capital plan. The first table, the Ten-Year Capital Plan Project Listing, displays the recommended capital plan for each agency by project and fund source. Table 2 displays the 2017-19 capital program by source of funds, and Table 3 displays the 2017-2027 ten-year plan by appropriation type.

Assumptions used in the development of the Ten-Year Plan include the following:

Agency capital project detail

Section B: Agency Detail

The following section presents the capital projects proposed for funding in the 2017-19 Biennium and provides a project description, start and completion dates, current and future cost, and fund source.  Projects authorized for alternate financing are identified in Section D. The agencies are grouped by functional area.

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