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File #: 11-1349    Version:
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 9/17/2013 Final action: 9/17/2013
Title: Community Development Agency, Environmental Management Division, recommending the Board adopt Resolution 141-2013, superseding Resolution 121-2013, authorizing the Division to act as a regional applicant to submit used Oil Payment Program Regional applications on behalf of itself as Lead Agency and that this authorization is effective for three (3) years from the date of adoption of this resolution. This resolution is a requirement of the grantor. FUNDING: California Oil Recycling Enhancement Act.
Attachments: 1. 4A - CalRecycle Resolution Oil Payment Program-Revised 9-17-13, 2. Fully executed Resolution 141-2013.pdf, 3. Fully executed Resolution 121-2013.pdf, 4. A - Resolution 195-2011.PDF, 5. 2A - Resolution 108-2013.pdf
Title
Community Development Agency, Environmental Management Division, recommending the Board adopt Resolution 141-2013, superseding Resolution 121-2013, authorizing the Division to act as a regional applicant to submit used Oil Payment Program Regional applications on behalf of itself as Lead Agency and that this authorization is effective for three (3) years from the date of adoption of this resolution. This resolution is a requirement of the grantor.

FUNDING: California Oil Recycling Enhancement Act.
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Fiscal Impact/Change to Net County Cost
There is no change in Net County Cost. Program awards are estimated at approximately $50,000 per year. There is no required County match.

Background
The purpose of Used Oil Payment Program funds is to provide opportunities for used oil recycling. This program assists local governments with establishing, maintaining, and/or enhancing used oil and used oil filter collection/recycling programs. The program allows for developing, purchasing and distributing educational and promotional materials informing the public about used oil and used oil filter collection and recycling. Currently, there are 21 used oil collection centers and curbside oil collection services in the County. Grant funds will be used to support these activities.

The Used Oil Payment Program is non-competitive. The funding is calculated on a per capita basis using the Department of Finances population statistics, and provides a minimum of $5,000 for cities, and $10,000 for counties.

Reason for Recommendation
The CalRecycle Used Oil Payment Program application procedures require an applicant's governing body to declare by resolution certain authorizations related to the administration of the CalRecycle program. The attached resolution for the Used Oil Payment Program includes these required authorizations.

This resolution includes minor modifications to the previously approved resolution to clarify that the authority delegated to the Direc...

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