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File #: 14-0725    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 5/14/2014 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 and payment of title reports, color coded parcel maps, and certified appraisals to commence the acquisition process for the Diamond Springs Parkway - Phase 1B Project, CIP No. 72334, affecting portions of the following subject parcels: 1) APN 051-250-16, JKC 3H8 CA LP; 2) APN 051-250-17, JKC 3H8 CA LP; 3) APN 051-250-18, JKC 3H8 CA LP; 4) APN 051-250-19, JKC 3H8 CA LP; 5) APN 051-250-20, JKC 3H8 CA LP; 6) APN 051-250-21, JKC 3H8 CA LP; 7) APN 051-250-22, JKC 3H8 CA LP; 8) APN 051-250-23, Titan Propane LLC Delaware LLC, Cornerstone Propane LP aka Amerigas; 9) APN 051-250-32, Lorna & Daniel Heath, as Co-Trustees of the DE & LK Heath 2001 Trust; 10) APN 051-250-33, Kathleen Stymeist; 11) APN 051-250-39, Steven Stymeist, as Trustee of the SP Stymeist 2005 Separate Property Trust; 12) APN 051-250-42, Butternut CA LLC - Orexco; 13) APN 051-250-46, GGV Missouri Flat ...
Attachments: 1. A - Vicinity Map 06-10-14
Related files: 19-1009, 20-1280, 20-1348, 20-1378, 20-1373, 20-1460, 21-0055, 21-0849, 21-0883, 21-1541
Title
Community Development Agency, Transportation Division, recommending the Board authorize Transportation to proceed with ordering and payment of title reports, color coded parcel maps, and certified appraisals to commence the acquisition process for the Diamond Springs Parkway - Phase 1B Project, CIP No. 72334, affecting portions of the following subject parcels:
1) APN 051-250-16, JKC 3H8 CA LP;
2) APN 051-250-17, JKC 3H8 CA LP;
3) APN 051-250-18, JKC 3H8 CA LP;
4) APN 051-250-19, JKC 3H8 CA LP;
5) APN 051-250-20, JKC 3H8 CA LP;
6) APN 051-250-21, JKC 3H8 CA LP;
7) APN 051-250-22, JKC 3H8 CA LP;
8) APN 051-250-23, Titan Propane LLC Delaware LLC, Cornerstone Propane LP aka Amerigas;
9) APN 051-250-32, Lorna & Daniel Heath, as Co-Trustees of the DE & LK Heath 2001 Trust;
10) APN 051-250-33, Kathleen Stymeist;
11) APN 051-250-39, Steven Stymeist, as Trustee of the SP Stymeist 2005 Separate Property Trust;
12) APN 051-250-42, Butternut CA LLC - Orexco;
13) APN 051-250-46, GGV Missouri Flat CA LLC;
14) APN 051-250-54, Michael & Lorraine Lindeman, as Trustees of The Lindeman Family Trust of 10/17/05;
15) APN 051-250-55, Philip & Christine Dawson, as Trustees of the P&C Dawson Family Living Trust 7/31/12;
16) APN 051-461-05, Waste Connections CA Inc;
17) APN 051-461-46, Waste Connections CA Inc;
18) APN 327-010-02, JPA-SAC PVL Transportation Corridor;
19) APN 327-010-03, JPA-SAC PVL Transportation Corridor;
20) APN 327-010-04, JPA-SAC PVL Transportation Corridor;
21) APN 327-010-05, JPA-SAC PVL Transportation Corridor;
22) APN 327-010-06, JPA-SAC PVL Transportation Corridor;
23) APN 327-260-05, Donald Petersen, as Trustee of the Petersen Family Trust 10/13/90;
24) APN 327-260-06, Donald Petersen, as Trustee of the Petersen Family Trust 10/13/90;
25) APN 327-260-25, David & Marianne Warwick, as Co-Trustees of the DM Warwick Living Trust;
26) APN 327-260-28, Ike Griswold, as Successor Trustee of the O J Griswold Trust 2005;
27) APN 327-260-39, Gottfreid Brunner, as Trustee of the Brunner Family Revocable Trust 10/19/98;
28) APN 327-270-03, El Dorado County IND DEV CO;
29) APN 327-270-04, Douglas Bahlman, as Successor Trustee of the Bahlman Family Living Revocable Trust 12/9/2004;
30) APN 327-270-18, Missouri Flat Self Storage CA LLC, et al;
31) APN 327-270-26, John D Gilmore;
32) APN 327-270-27, John D Gilmore;
33) APN 327-270-43, James & Elizabeth Teter, as Trustees of the Teter Living Revocable Trust 7/22/1991;
34) APN 327-270-46, James & Elizabeth Teter, as Trustees of the Teter Living Revocable Trust 7/22/1991;
35) APN 327-270-48, Raley's Inc;
36) APN 327-270-49, Raley's Inc; and
37) APN 327-270-50, James & Elizabeth Teter, as Trustees of the Teter Family Trust 4/4/1978.
 
FUNDING:  2004 General Plan Traffic Impact Mitigation (TIM) Fees (2004 GP TIM Fees), Local Funds - Tribe, Master Circulation and Funding Plan Financing, Traffic Impact Mitigation Fees (West Slope) (No Federal Funds).
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BUDGET SUMMARY:
 
Total Estimated Cost……………
$19,425.00
 
 
Budget - Current FY……………
$19,425.00
Budget - Future FY………………
 
 
 
New Funding…………………….
 
Savings…………………………
 
Other……………………………
 
Total Funding Available…………
$19,425.00
 
 
Change To Net County Cost……
$0
Fiscal Impact/Change to Net County Cost
No current fiscal impact or change to Net County Cost.  However, upon conclusion of acquisition process funding for this portion will be provided by 2004 General Plan Traffic Impact Fees (2004 GP TIM Fees).  Total final costs resulting from items above will include fees for ordering preliminary title reports and color coded parcel mapping fees.
 
Background
The Diamond Springs Parkway - Phase 1B Project (Project), originally referred to as the "Missouri Flat Pleasant Valley Connector", was initiated to provide improved traffic circulation and safety through and around the historic town of Diamond Springs.  Phase 1B of the Project provides parallel capacity to SR49 and alternate access to US50 via Missouri Flat Road with a new four-lane arterial roadway extending from Missouri Flat Road east of Golden Center Drive to a new T-intersection with SR49 south of Bradley Drive.  The project also includes widening and improvements to SR49 from the new parkway intersection to Pleasant Valley Road and signalization of multiple intersections.
 
The Project is included in the Community Development Agency, Transportation Division's 2013 Capital Improvement Program as adopted by the Board of Supervisors on June 24, 2013.
 
The Project is subject to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and an Environmental Impact Report was prepared and circulated in 2011.  The Project has been found in compliance with the CEQA requirements and was certified by the Board on May 24, 2011.
 
Reason for Recommendation
The research of all potentially affected parcels and the acquisition of portions of these parcels are necessary from the subject property owners to enable construction of the Project improvements.  In order to research title document records and prepare for negotiations with parcel owners, The Transportation Division is requesting authorization from the Board to proceed with the acquisition process, including ordering and payment of title reports, color coded parcel maps, and certified appraisals for the land rights to be acquired on the listed parcels.
 
Contact
Bard R. Lower, Transportation Division Director
Community Development Agency