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The 30 most costly projects in Mayor Curry's budget

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via Florida Times-Union
An illustration shows the riverfront park planned on the former site of the Jacksonville Landing.

Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry delivered his budget to City Council on Thursday by proposing a $1.55 billion general fund for daily operations plus a hefty $500 million capital improvement plan.

The capital improvement plan, which covers five years and gets updated annually, serves as a roadmap for what the city will do on a host of construction projects that range from resurfacing worn-out streets to building new parks and libraries and renovating sports venues.

The council's Finance Committee will dig into the 2022-23 budget in a series of meetings, and the full council will vote on it in September.

To see the most expensive projects in the budget, go to WJCT News partner The Florida Times-Union.