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File #: 09-0098    Version:
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 2/12/2015 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 3/10/2015 Final action: 3/10/2015
Title: Hearing to consider adoption of Resolution 036-2015 superseding Resolution 016-2009 approving the El Dorado Hills County Water District (Fire Department) Capital Improvement Plan and adopting Development Impact Fees. FUNDING: Fire Impact Fees.
Attachments: 1. 2A - El Dorado Hills County Water District (FD) 5 year Plan 2013-2018, 2. 2B - El Dorado Hills County Water District (FD) Meeting Minutes 3-10-15, 3. 2C - El Dorado Hills County Water District (FD) Public Notice 3-10-15, 4. 2D - Impact Fee Reimbursement Request 3-10-15, 5. 2E - Public Notice Mtg 3-10-15, 6. 2F - BOS Resolution for fee and plan approval 3-10-15, 7. 2G - 09-0098 Reso Blue Route, 8. Executed Resolution 036-2015 item 16.pdf, 9. Public Comment Rcvd 3-10-15 BOS 3-10-15, 10. BOS-Reso-EDHFD-Impact-Fee.PDF, 11. EDHFD-Impact-Fee-Reso.PDF, 12. El-Dorado-Hills-CIP.PDF, 13. Planning-Commission-Memo.PDF, 14. Public-Notice.PDF
Related files: 18-0232
Title
Hearing to consider adoption of Resolution 036-2015 superseding Resolution 016-2009 approving the El Dorado Hills County Water District (Fire Department) Capital Improvement Plan and adopting Development Impact Fees.

FUNDING: Fire Impact Fees.
Body
Fiscal Impact/Change to Net County Cost: There will be no impact to the General Fund. Fees are levied upon new development and are collected by the Development Services Department.

Background: Pursuant to California Government Code, El Dorado County Ordinance No. 3991, and the Policy and Procedures for Annual Approval and Authorization of Fire District Development Impact Fees adopted by the Board of Supervisors, the El Dorado Hills Fire Department has submitted their Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) and request for development impact fees for County review and authorization. As a part of the County's review each district is required to submit, in addition to the CIP, a certified copy of the Districts' Resolution approving the CIP, request for development impact fees and a copy of the public notice as it appeared in the local newspaper. Following staff review, a public hearing is noticed in the Mountain Democrat and the Tahoe Daily Tribune for a Public Hearing by the Board of Supervisors for review and approval of the CIP and request for development impact fees. Upon approval the Development Services Department is notified and requested to collect the development impact fee for each building permit issued within the boundaries of said district.

Reason for Recommendation: The El Dorado Hills Fire Department is requesting the Board review and authorize their Capital Improvement Plan for the period 2013-2018 and adopt the development impact fees as listed. The district is not proposing any change to their current fees approved in 2009.

Current Fee Fees per square foot
Residential, Commercial/Industrial, Institutional $1.16


Proposed Fee Fees per square foot
Residential, Commercial/Industrial, Institutiona...

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