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File #: 13-1383    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 10/24/2013 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 12/3/2013 Final action: 12/3/2013
Title: Surveyor's Office recommending the Board authorize the Chair to sign a Quitclaim Deed to Michael P. Filce and Anne B. Filce, for a portion of Apache Avenue, which was vacated on September 2, 1958. Said portion of roadway is located adjacent to Assessors Parcel Number (APN) 034-085-10, Map of Lake Valley Subdivision Addition No. 1, Lot 50, in South Lake Tahoe.
Attachments: 1. A - Quitclaim Deed 12/03/13, 2. B - Vicinity Map 12/03/13
Title
Surveyor's Office recommending the Board authorize the Chair to sign a Quitclaim Deed to Michael P. Filce and Anne B. Filce, for a portion of Apache Avenue, which was vacated on September 2, 1958. Said portion of roadway is located adjacent to Assessors Parcel Number (APN) 034-085-10, Map of Lake Valley Subdivision Addition No. 1, Lot 50, in South Lake Tahoe.
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Fiscal Impact/Change to Net County Cost
There is no fiscal impact associated with this item

Background
On October 16, 1950, the streets, avenues and ways shown on the subdivision map entitled, Map of Lake Valley Subdivision Addition No. 1, were dedicated to the County of El Dorado. On July 16, 1951, said roadways were accepted by the County of El Dorado Board of Supervisors. The original location of the roadway adjacent to Lot 50 of said subdivision, formed a "T-shaped" intersection. On August 25, 1958, the subdivision map entitled, Map of Tahoe Paradise Unit No.8, was recorded, offering the roads, in fee. The County of El Dorado Board of Supervisors accepted said offer. By virtue of recording said adjacent map, the "T-shaped" intersection was realigned to swing out to the right and curve to the left, causing a gap between Lot 50 and the new roadway. On September 2, 1958, the County of El Dorado Board of Supervisors approved and adopted a Resolution Abandoning County Highways Superceded By Relocation, which recorded on September 4, 1958 in Book 443 at Page 42, vacating a portion of Apache Avenue; however, a Quitclaim Deed transferring ownership to the adjacent property owner was not processed, as provided by the Street and Highways Code.

Reason for Recommendation
The absence of a Quitclaim Deed transferring the underlying fee title interest to the adjoining land owner has contributed to a cloud in title and the County Surveyor's Office has determined that it is necessary and appropriate to remedy this situation by executing a Quitclaim Deed.

The County Surveyor's Office recommends tha...

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