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File #: 13-0695    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 6/4/2013 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 6/25/2013 Final action: 6/25/2013
Title: Surveyor's Office recommending the Board adopt Resolution of Vacation 089-2013 for Abandonment of Easement (AOE) No. 2013-005 to abandon a portion of the public utilities easement on Lot 63 of " Stoneridge Village," recorded at Book G of Subdivisions at Page 116, identified as Assessor's Parcel Number (APN) 125-464-14, requested by Joel Weidert and Amber Weidert.
Attachments: 1. Resolution with Exhibits 13-0695.doc, 2. Vicinity Map 13-0695
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Surveyor's Office recommending the Board adopt Resolution of Vacation 089-2013 for Abandonment of Easement (AOE) No. 2013-005 to abandon a portion of the public utilities easement on Lot 63 of " Stoneridge Village," recorded at Book G of Subdivisions at Page 116, identified as Assessor's Parcel Number (APN) 125-464-14, requested by Joel Weidert and Amber Weidert.
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Fiscal Impact/Change to Net County Cost:
There is no fiscal impact associated with this item

Background
The public utilities easements, as shown on Lot 63 of "STONERIDGE VILLAGE", recorded at Book G of Subdivisions at Page 116 were offered to the County of El Dorado by, THOMAS A. LUCKEY, on July 15, 1988. The easements were accepted by the County of El Dorado on December 21, 1988 and the Subdivision Map recorded on December 22, 1988.

Reason for Recommendation:
A request has been submitted by, Joel Weidert and Amber Weidert, owner of Assessor's Parcel Number 125-464-14, requesting that the County of El Dorado, Board of Supervisors, vacate a portion of the 10 foot public utilities easement located on the rear boundary of subject property. Said easement is more particularly described in Exhibit A, and depicted in Exhibit B of attached Resolution.

AT&T, Comcast, El Dorado Irrigation District and Pacific Gas & Electric has not used said easement for the purpose for which it was dedicated and finds no present or future need exists for that portion of the easement and does not object to its vacation. They have all issued letters to this effect.

The County Surveyor's Office has reviewed the request, and recommends the Board approve and adopt the Resolution of Vacation terminating and abandoning the described portion of the public utilities easement.

Action(s) to be taken following Board approval
1) Clerk of the Board to obtain the Chair's signature on the Resolution.
2) Clerk of the Board to record the Resolution and attached Exhibits.
3) Clerk of the Board to return a copy of the reco...

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