A new City Hall, a $50 million operations facility and a $30 million recreation center are the most expensive items in the city's capital improvement plan over the next five years. The Pantagraph reports the plan notes that funding has not been set aside for those projects, which are scheduled for 2021, 2020 and 2020, respectively. The plan starts with fiscal year 2017, which began in May, and runs through fiscal year 2021. “We have about $500 million worth of deferred maintenance over the next 20 years,” Assistant City Manager Steve Rasmussen told the Pantagraph. “We need to start eating away at that."