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File #: 16-0926    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 9/2/2016 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 12/13/2016 Final action: 12/13/2016
Title: Chief Administrative Office, Parks Division recommending the Board authorize the Chair to sign the Fourth Amendment to the Reciprocal Use and Funding Agreement for the Sacramento Placerville Transportation Corridor (SPTC) between the County of El Dorado, County of Sacramento, City of Folsom, the Sacramento Regional Transit District and the Sacramento Placerville Transportation Corridor Joint Power Authority to reallocate portions of the SPTC between the County of Sacramento and the City of Folsom.
Attachments: 1. A - Blue Route 12-13-16, 2. B - RUFA Amendment No. 4 08.02.16 (1) 12-13-16, 3. C - RUFA Amendment 3 12-13-16, 4. D - RUFA Amendment 2 12-13-16, 5. E - RUFA Amendment 1 12-13-16, 6. F - JPA Reciprocal Use Funding Agmt1 12-13-16, 7. Executed SPTC-RUFA Amend 4
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Chief Administrative Office, Parks Division recommending the Board authorize the Chair to sign the Fourth Amendment to the Reciprocal Use and Funding Agreement for the Sacramento Placerville Transportation Corridor (SPTC) between the County of El Dorado, County of Sacramento, City of Folsom, the Sacramento Regional Transit District and the Sacramento Placerville Transportation Corridor Joint Power Authority to reallocate portions of the SPTC between the County of Sacramento and the City of Folsom.
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DEPARTMENT RECOMMENDATION
Chief Administrative Office, Parks Division recommending the Board authorize the Chairman to sign the Fourth Amendment to the Reciprocal Use and Funding Agreement (RUFA) for the Sacramento Placerville Transportation Corridor (SPTC) between the County of El Dorado, County of Sacramento, City of Folsom, the Sacramento Regional Transit District and the Sacramento Placerville Transportation Corridor Joint Power Authority (SPTC-JPA).

DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
The SPTC-JPA was established by its Member Agencies (County of Sacramento, Regional Transit, County of El Dorado, and City of Folsom) in 1991 to oversee the acquisition and preservation of the Placerville Branch of the Southern Pacific Railroad. In 1996, the SPTC-JPA completed the acquisition of 53 miles of railroad right-of way extending from Sacramento to Placerville. The corridor passes through portions of Sacramento County, the City of Folsom, and County of El Dorado. The County of El Dorado's segment extends from the County line (Milepost 119.4) to Forni Road (Milepost 147.6).

In 1996, the SPTC-JPA member agencies executed the Reciprocal Use and Funding Agreement (RUFA) which sets forth the agencies' rights and responsibilities with respect to the acquisition, ownership, use, operation, improvement, maintenance and eventual disposition of the rail corridor. In accordance with the RUFA, the SPTC-JPA holds the title to the rail corridor and each member agency has been granted...

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