The buildings are on the list for proposed capital improvements in fiscal year 2014, so long as aldermen approve those repairs in next year's budget. Here's a list of which buildings are being considered, and what kind of repairs are needed:
1. Ecology Center, 2024 McCormick Blvd. The greenhouse is deteriorated, and does not meet building and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) code requirements. City officials say the existing greenhouse must be torn down and a new structure built to replace it.
2. Chandler Newberger Center, 1028 Central St. Various aesthetic improvements are needed. They include recoating and repairing the gym floor and racquetball court ($50,000), building a drainage system to remove stormwater from behind the gym ($100,000) and perform an evaluation of the building and its programs ($100,000).
3. Noyes Cultural Arts Center, 927 Noyes St. City officials say this facility needs an integrated central cooling system, interior improvements and new electrical switchgear.
4. Harley Clarke Mansion, 2603 Sheridan Rd. The historic mansion needs more than $400,000 in maintenance, according to city officials.
5. Lighthouse Fog Houses, 2603 Sheridan Rd. Both fog houses need masonry and interior work, and are not ADA compliant.
6. Utility Department Reservoir, 555 Lincoln St. The 80-year-old water reservoir has deterioration in the roof slab, according to city officials.
7. Church Street Boat Launch The ram needs complete reconstruction, while there's also work to be done on the pier and walkway.
8. Fire Station 2, 702 Madison St. This facility needs repairs and renovations to the first and second floors.
9. Fleetwood-Jourdain Center The facility needs all new heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, according to city officials.