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File #: 13-0510    Version:
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 5/6/2014 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 2/24/2015 Final action: 2/24/2015
Title: Community Development Agency, Long Range Planning Division, recommending the Board consider the following pertaining to General Plan amendments to the El Dorado Hills, Cameron Park, Shingle Springs and El Dorado-Diamond Springs Community Region Boundary Lines: 1) Endorse a final matrix or list that prioritizes all County-initiated land use and transportation projects managed by Long Range Planning and direct staff to return to the Board every six (6) months to provide an update and reprioritize as necessary; 2) Adopt Resolution of Intention 034-2015 (Attachment 6B; Exhibits A-C) prepared for proposed General Plan amendments to contract the Community Region lines for El Dorado Hills, Cameron Park, Shingle Springs and El Dorado-Diamond Springs, pending review and minor modification from County Counsel; 3) Discuss funding for processing this project as part of the Fiscal Year 2015/16 budget; and 4) Determine the Community Region Boundary Lines Project’s priority and preferred method for ...
Attachments: 1. 6A - Staff Memo 02-24-15, 2. 6B - CRL ROI 02-24-15, 3. 6B - Revised CRL ROI BOS Rcvd 2-20-15 2-24-15, 4. 6C - Board Hearings and Actions related to CRL 02-24-15, 5. 6D - Gen. Plan Comm. Reg. and Rural Center Related Policies 02-24-15, 6. 6E - Draft Project Prioritization Matrix 02-24-15, 7. 6F - Abbott and Kindermann Memo 121713 (1) 02-24-15, 8. 6G - CRB Presentation 02-24-15, 9. Public Comment Rcvd 2-24-15 BOS 2-24-15, 10. Public Comment Rcvd 2-24-15 (BOS 2-24-15), 11. Public Comment Rcvd 2-23-15 BOS 2-24-15, 12. Public Comment Rcvd 2-20-15 BOS 2-24-15, 13. Public Comment Rcvd 2-19-15 BOS 2-24-15, 14. 5A - Staff Memo - Community Region Boundary Lines 12-02-14, 15. Public Comment Rcvd 12-9-14 BOS 12-9-14, 16. Public Comment Rcvd 12-8-14 BOS 12-9-14, 17. 4A - Community Region Boundaries BOS Memo 9-30-13, 18. 4B - Community Region Boundary Presentation, 19. Public Comment Rcvd 9-27-13, 20. Public Comment Rcvd 9-27-13.pdf, 21. Public Comment No. 5 received 9-30-13.pdf, 22. Public Comment received 9-30 no.5-6.pdf, 23. 3A - Power Point for BOS Meeting 6-27-13.pdf, 24. 3B - Public Comment.pdf, 25. 2A - Memo to Board - Community Region Boundary Line White Paper 6-11-13, 26. 2B - Public Comment 6-11-13.pdf, 27. 2C - Community Region White Paper 6-11-13.pdf, 28. A - Public Comment 13-0510.pdf, 29. B - Public Comment from Kelly and John Garcia.pdf, 30. C - Public Comment 13-0510.pdf, 31. Video link - Shingle Springs Community Vision 5/7/13
Related files: 11-0356, 19-0311, 20-0326
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Community Development Agency, Long Range Planning Division, recommending the Board consider the following pertaining to General Plan amendments to the El Dorado Hills, Cameron Park, Shingle Springs and El Dorado-Diamond Springs Community Region Boundary Lines:
1) Endorse a final matrix or list that prioritizes all County-initiated land use and transportation projects managed by Long Range Planning and direct staff to return to the Board every six (6) months to provide an update and reprioritize as necessary;
2) Adopt Resolution of Intention 034-2015 (Attachment 6B; Exhibits A-C) prepared for proposed General Plan amendments to contract the Community Region lines for El Dorado Hills, Cameron Park, Shingle Springs and El Dorado-Diamond Springs, pending review and minor modification from County Counsel;
3) Discuss funding for processing this project as part of the Fiscal Year 2015/16 budget; and
4) Determine the Community Region Boundary Lines Project’s priority and preferred method for processing based on staff and funding availability.

Funding: General Fund.
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Fiscal Impact/Change to Net County Cost:
The County did not budget for this expense in the Fiscal Year (FY) 2014/15 budget. The largest cost variable for this project is the unknown level of analysis required pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). CEQA costs could range from $10,000-20,000 in staff time (100-200 hours @~$100/hr.) to prepare a Negative Declaration, or up to $150,000 in consultant costs if an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) is necessary. The Initial Study prepared by staff will determine the appropriate level of environmental document to prepare for this project; however, staff and counsel analysis to date indicates that an EIR may be necessary (Attachment 6F).

The Board could allocate money from the General Fund contingency to fund this analysis or discuss funding as part of the FY 2015/16 budget. Given the County’s current budget situation and the o...

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