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File #: 14-1272    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 9/9/2014 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 10/7/2014 Final action: 10/7/2014
Title: Community Development Agency, Long Range Planning Division, recommending the Board adopt Resolution 168-2014 to approve and authorize the Auditor-Controller to issue a matching one-time contribution of $5,000 to support the Tahoe Resource Conservation District’s efforts to survey the public’s interest in financially supporting long term implementation of storm water programs in Lake Tahoe. (Est. Time: 5 Min.) FUNDING: General Fund.
Attachments: 1. A - Staff Report 10-7-14, 2. B - Approved Contract Route Sheet 10-7-14, 3. C - Tahoe RCD Resolution 10-7-14, 4. Executed Resolution 168-2014 10-7-14 item 19.pdf
Title
Community Development Agency, Long Range Planning Division, recommending the Board adopt Resolution 168-2014 to approve and authorize the Auditor-Controller to issue a matching one-time contribution of $5,000 to support the Tahoe Resource Conservation District’s efforts to survey the public’s interest in financially supporting long term implementation of storm water programs in Lake Tahoe. (Est. Time: 5 Min.)

FUNDING: General Fund.
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BUDGET SUMMARY:
Total Estimated Cost…………… $5,000

Budget - Current FY…………… $5,000
Budget - Future FY………………

New Funding…………………….
Savings…………………………
Other……………………………
Total Funding Available………… $5,000

Change To Net County Cost…… $0
Fiscal Impact/Change to Net County Cost
There is no fiscal impact or change to the Net County Cost associated with this item. This funding is included in the Long Range Planning Division budget for FY 2014/15.

Background
The mission of the Tahoe Resource Conservation District (RCD) is to promote the conservation, stewardship and education of Lake Tahoe’s natural resources by providing leadership and innovative environmental services. The Tahoe RCD was formed in 1975 by amendment California AB 850 under Division 9, and was established to be a non-regulatory public service agency with authorization by the State to implement local conservation measures. The Tahoe RCD is subject to state transparency and accountability laws. The Brown Act and Division 9 of the California Public Resources Code require public meetings, open records, annual audits and financial reporting to the State Controller’s Office. These regulations establish RCDs as trusted stewards of public and private funds.

Services provided by the Tahoe RCD address the full suite of natural resources, including soil and water conservation projects, wildlife habitat enhancement and restoration, control of exotic species, watershed restoration, and conservation planning and education. The Tahoe RCD service...

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