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File #: 14-0522    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 4/2/2014 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 7/29/2014 Final action: 7/29/2014
Title: Community Development Agency, Administration and Finance Division, recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to sign Annexation Agreement AGMT 14-53907 with WRI Golden State, LLC to provide for the future annexation of the Prospector’s Plaza expansion into the Missouri Flat Area Community Facilities District No. 2002-01.
Attachments: 1. A - Approved CRS 07-29-14, 2. B - Annexation Agreement MC&FP CFD - WRI Golden State LLC 07-29-14, 3. C - CFD Annex Decision Tree 07-29-14
Title
Community Development Agency, Administration and Finance Division, recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to sign Annexation Agreement AGMT 14-53907 with WRI Golden State, LLC to provide for the future annexation of the Prospector’s Plaza expansion into the Missouri Flat Area Community Facilities District No. 2002-01.
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Fiscal Impact/Change to Net County Cost
Execution and recording of this Agreement will provide additional Community Facilities District (CFD) bond financing capacity and security to supplement the funding, if required, for the Missouri Flat Master Circulation and Funding Plan (MC&FP) projects. Based on approximately 15,501 square feet of new retail space in the project, and a taxable sales target of $220 per square foot, it is anticipated this development would generate approximately $3,410,220 annually toward the CFD. This would finance approximately $68,204,400 in a 20-year bond. There is no net cost to the County's General Fund.

Background
The Missouri Flat Master Circulation and Funding Plan was adopted by the Board of Supervisors on December 15, 1998, and updated in December 2000. The MC&FP was developed to provide a policy and action framework for El Dorado County to fund major improvements to the Highway 50/Missouri Flat Road Interchange and adjacent arterial and collector roads. Under the MC&FP, which was developed in a cooperative effort with major property owners and developers, funds for the roadway improvements would come from a combination of Traffic Impact Mitigation (TIM) Fees and the sales and property taxes generated from new development within the MC&FP area. The TIM fees would cover the development’s share of the project costs, and the new tax revenues would pay the cost of the roadway projects associated with existing deficiencies.

The Missouri Flat Area CFD No. 2002-01 was formed on March 19, 2002, per resolution 074-2002. The CFD was formed to effectively capitalize the sales and property ...

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