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File #: 12-1184    Version:
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 9/17/2012 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 4/9/2013 Final action: 4/9/2013
Title: Chief Administrative Office recommending the Board approve the annual payment of $27,500 to pay El Dorado County's contribution for the Sacramento Placerville Transportation Corridor Joint Powers Authority (SPTC JPA) Fiscal Year 2012/13 operating budget. (Cont'd 3/26/13, Item 2) FUNDING: General Fund.
Attachments: 1. 2A JPA Staff Report 2-4-13.pdf, 2. A - 12-1184 SPTC JPA staff report for License Agreement, 3. B - 12-1184 PSVRR License Agreement, 4. C - 12-1184 ED Foundation letter, 5. D - 12-1184 Chair ltr to JPA, 6. E - EDWR Presentation, 7. F - Latrobe Breakfast, 8. G - Supervisor Sweeney Statement, 9. H - Letter from J. Segerdall.pdf
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Chief Administrative Office recommending the Board approve the annual payment of $27,500 to pay El Dorado County's contribution for the Sacramento Placerville Transportation Corridor Joint Powers Authority (SPTC JPA) Fiscal Year 2012/13 operating budget. (Cont'd 3/26/13, Item 2)

FUNDING: General Fund.
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Fiscal Impact:
There is no impact on Net County Cost. General Fund savings have been identified in the FY 2012/13 Facilities maintenance budget to cover this contribution.

Background:

The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors voted on September 24, 2012 to send a letter to the SPTC JPA to place an item on the next SPTC JPA Board meeting agenda to discuss the Joint Powers Authority dissolution.

The SPTC JPA discussed the JPA dissolution on the November 5, 2012 agenda. The SPTC JPA Board of Directors determined that while the SPTC JPA Board does not presently believe that dissolution is warranted, it would be prudent to have a comprehensive discussion of that issue among the JPA Board members and staff, with public input. It was suggested that the conversation could be done in a workshop format and could look at the legal requirements, the value of the JPA to its member agencies and the public and the potential future role and mission of the JPA. The SPTC JPA Board also discussed the need for a report on the legal and operational ramifications of the dissolution with respect to obligations under the JPA's governing agreements, preserving the continuity of the rail corridor and compliance with the Rails to Trails Act. The SPTC JPA Staff Report is attached.

On February 4, 2013, John Segerdell (CEO) and Paul Chrisman presented a staff report on the Purpose and Structure, Role and Value to Member Agencies and Public, Dissolution of the JPA: Procedures and Ramifications, and Contribution History. The JPA had a discussion and agreed to not dissolve the JPA. If the JPA would like to pursue other issues such as a Trail Feasibility Study member ...

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