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File #: PH 18-014   
Section: Public Hearing Status: Agenda Ready
Meeting Body: City Council
Agenda Date: 6/26/2018 Final action:
Subject: Adopt Resolutions to Approve the Engineer's Report, Reconfirm Base Maximum Assessment Amount, Confirm the Assessment Diagram and Fiscal Assessment, Order the Levy and Collection of Fiscal Assessments, and Approve Funding Recommendations and Appropriate Special Revenue Funds for Maintenance District No. 1 - Storm Drainage Pumping Station and Storm Drain Conduit - Pacheco Way, Stratford Road and Ruus Lane - for Fiscal Year 2019
Attachments: 1. Attachment I Staff Report, 2. Attachment II Resolution Approving Engineer's Report, 3. Attachment III Resolution Approving Funding, 4. Attachment IV 1995 Stratford Agreement, 5. Attachment V FY 2019 Final Engineer Report, 6. Attachment VI 2016-2018 Flood Control District Annual Report, 7. Attachment VII 2017 Facilties Condition Assessment RFP, 8. Attachment VIII 2016 SCADA RFP, 9. Attachment IX 2015 Capital Estimate, 10. Attachment X June 5, 2018 Consent Resolution 18-095, 11. Attachment XI June 15, 2018 Legal Notice
DATE: June 26, 2018

TO: Mayor and City Council

FROM: Maintenance Services Director

SUBJECT

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Adopt Resolutions to Approve the Engineer's Report, Reconfirm Base Maximum Assessment Amount, Confirm the Assessment Diagram and Fiscal Assessment, Order the Levy and Collection of Fiscal Assessments, and Approve Funding Recommendations and Appropriate Special Revenue Funds for Maintenance District No. 1 - Storm Drainage Pumping Station and Storm Drain Conduit - Pacheco Way, Stratford Road and Ruus Lane - for Fiscal Year 2019

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RECOMMENDATION
Recommendation

That the City Council adopts the attached resolutions:

1. Approving the Engineer's Report,
2. Reconfirming the Base Maximum Assessment Amount,
3. Confirming the Assessment Diagram and Fiscal Assessment,
4. Ordering the Levy and Collection of Fiscal Assessments,
5. Approving the Funding Recommendations, and
6. Appropriating Revenue and Expenditure budgets for Maintenance District No. 1


SUMMARY

For FY 2019, funds for Maintenance District No. 1 (MD 1) are estimated to be in deficit due to additional costs charged to the District. The attached engineer's report has been updated from the June 5, 2018 meeting to reflect this change. Staff is recommending that a Proposition 218 election be held to request an increase in the maximum base assessment, set in 1995 at $243.92. In the interim, before the election is held, staff is recommending setting the FY 2019 assessment rate at its maximum base assessment amount of $243.92, which is the same amount charged last year.

MD 1 was established in 1995 to fund the operation, maintenance, repair, and replacement of a storm drain pumping facility near Stratford Road and Ruus Lane. The City subsequently signed an agreement with the Alameda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (Flood Control District) to transfer ownership and maintenance responsibility of the facility to the Flood Control District. The Ci...

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