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File #: 14-0683    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 5/7/2014 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 6/10/2014 Final action: 6/10/2014
Title: Community Development Agency, Transportation Division, recommending the Board authorize Transportation to proceed with ordering title reports and certified appraisals to commence the acquisition process for the Clear Creek Road at Clear Creek (PM 1.82 and PM 0.25) Bridge Replacement Projects, CIP No.’s 77138 and 77139, affecting the portions of the following subject parcels: CIP No. 77138 1) APN 077-110-44, Mark Gjerde Trustee of Gjerde M DDS Inc. Profit Share Plan; 2) APN 077-110-42, Mark and Christine Eddy; and 3) APN 077-110-45, Laurence and Jacqueline Able trustees of the Abel Family Trust dated 10/08/09; CIP No. 77139 4) APN 079-021-34, Wayne Farrens, Trustee of The Farrens Wa Living Revocable Trust dated 03/05/10; 5) APN 079-080-25, Jan Breitigam; 6) APN 079-080-24, David Wagner; 7) APN 079-080-23, David Wagner; 8) APN 079-021-64, Kenneth and Annabelle Remmers; 9) APN 079-070-14, Paul and Kathy Odlin; 10) APN 079-070-02, Norbert and Christine Osborne; and 11) APN 079-021-52, Ste...
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Community Development Agency, Transportation Division, recommending the Board authorize Transportation to proceed with ordering title reports and certified appraisals to commence the acquisition process for the Clear Creek Road at Clear Creek (PM 1.82 and PM 0.25) Bridge Replacement Projects, CIP No.'s 77138 and 77139, affecting the portions of the following subject parcels:
CIP No. 77138
1) APN 077-110-44, Mark Gjerde Trustee of Gjerde M DDS Inc. Profit Share Plan;
2) APN 077-110-42, Mark and Christine Eddy; and
3) APN 077-110-45, Laurence and Jacqueline Able trustees of the Abel Family Trust dated 10/08/09;
CIP No. 77139
4) APN 079-021-34, Wayne Farrens, Trustee of The Farrens Wa Living Revocable Trust dated 03/05/10;
5) APN 079-080-25, Jan Breitigam;
6) APN 079-080-24, David Wagner;
7) APN 079-080-23, David Wagner;
8) APN 079-021-64, Kenneth and Annabelle Remmers;
9) APN 079-070-14, Paul and Kathy Odlin;
10) APN 079-070-02, Norbert and Christine Osborne; and
11) APN 079-021-52, Stephen Payne.
 
FUNDING:  Highway Bridge Program (Federal Funds).
Body
BUDGET SUMMARY:
 
Total Estimated Cost……………
$5,775.00
 
 
Budget - Current FY……………
$5,775.00
Budget - Future FY………………
 
 
 
New Funding…………………….
 
Savings…………………………
 
Other……………………………
 
Total Funding Available…………
$5,775.00
 
 
Change To Net County Cost……
$0
Fiscal Impact/Change to Net County Cost
There is no fiscal impact or change to Net County cost.  Funding for this portion of the acquisition process will be provided by the Highway Bridge Program.  Costs are based upon $525.00 per parcel title reports with color coded maps.
 
Background
The Clear Creek Bridge Replacement Project consists of replacing two bridges on Clear Creek Road approximately 1.5 miles apart.  The first bridge, at PM 1.82 (CIP 77138) was built in 1940 and is a one-lane crossing, 14-feet wide and 27-feet long.  According to 2010 traffic counts, approximately 150 vehicles use the crossing daily in both directions. The bridge deck is made of reinforced concrete slab on steel girder. According to a 2011 Caltrans Bridge Inspection Report, the Sufficiency Rating (SR) for this bridge was 33.5 out of 100.  The bridge is classified by Caltrans as Structurally Deficient and needs replacement.
 
The second bridge, at PM 0.25 (CIP 77139), built in 1957 and is also a one-lane crossing, but is 10-feet wide and 34-feet long.  The 2010 traffic counts show approximately 450 vehicles use the crossing daily in both directions.  The bridge deck is made of reinforced concrete slab on steel stringer. This bridge was also inspected by Caltrans in 2011 and according to the Inspection Report, the bridge has a Sufficiency Rating of 18.6 out of 100.  This bridge is classified by Caltrans as Structurally Deficient and needs replacement.
 
Both bridges show significant signs of rust, scour, cracks and other structural issues and will be replaced. Construction is planned for 2017/2018.
 
An environmental consultant firm, North State Resources, is currently preparing the CEQA documentation for these Projects.
 
Reason for Recommendation
The research to determine all potentially affected parcels and the acquisitions of portions of the subject parcels are necessary to enable construction of the Project improvements.  In order for the Transportation Division to research title document records and prepare for negotiations with the subject parcel owners, the Division is requesting authorization from the Board to proceed with the acquisition process, including ordering and payment for title reports and certified appraisals for the land rights to be acquired on the listed parcels.
 
Following Board approval, the Division will proceed with the acquisition process for the subject parcels referenced herein.
 
Contact
Bard R. Lower, Transportation Division Director
Community Development Agency