(News Journa/AP) Delaware’s capital budget is expected to grow by 30 percent under legislation from the Joint Capital Improvement Committee.
The $769 million spending plan now heads to the full Assembly for a final vote.
But the Wilmington News Journal reports even that figure is not enough to meet the state demands that range from infrastructure to construction.
Although it is not the largest capital budget in the state’s history.
The budget is funded with nearly $189 million in tax revenue.
That’s compare to only $30 million two years ago.