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File #: 16-1195    Version:
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 11/17/2016 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 2/7/2017 Final action: 2/7/2017
Title: Chief Administrative Office recommending the Board receive, review, and file annual reports for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2016, as required under the Mitigation Fee Act (Cal. Gov. Code §66000 et seq.) related to the development impact mitigation fee collected by the County for the benefit of various Special Districts. FUNDING: There is no fiscal impact to the County related to this action.
Attachments: 1. 2A - Annual Report 2-7-17, 2. A - Cameron Park CSD Fire 12-13-16, 3. B - Diamond Springs-El Dorado Fire 12-13-16, 4. C - El Dorado County Fire 12-13-16, 5. D - EDH Fire Reso and docs 12-13-16, 6. E - Garden Valley Fire 12-13-16, 7. F - Georgetown final reso and docs 12-13-16, 8. G - Lake Valley Fire 12-13-16, 9. H - Mosquito Fire 12-13-16, 10. I - Pioneer Fire 12-13-16, 11. J - Rescue Fire 12-13-16, 12. K - Cameron Park CSD Parks and Recreation 12-13-16, 13. L - 5 year reso blue route 12-13-16, 14. Executed Resolution 210-2016, 15. Executed Resolution 211-2016, 16. Executed Resolution 212-2016, 17. Executed Resolution 213-2016, 18. Executed Resolution 214-2016, 19. Executed Resolution 215-2016, 20. Executed Resolution 216-2016, 21. Executed Resolution 217-2016, 22. Executed Resolution 218-2016, 23. Executed Resolution 219-2016, 24. Executed Resolution 221-2016
Related files: 21-0958
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Chief Administrative Office recommending the Board receive, review, and file annual reports for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2016, as required under the Mitigation Fee Act (Cal. Gov. Code §66000 et seq.) related to the development impact mitigation fee collected by the County for the benefit of various Special Districts.

FUNDING: There is no fiscal impact to the County related to this action.
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DEPARTMENT RECOMMENDATION
Receive, review, and file the report.

DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
At the request of several Special Districts, the Board of Supervisors has established development impact mitigation fees. The fees are collected, held, and distributed by the County, for the benefit of the individual Districts. The Board voluntarily adopted the fees because the Districts do not have authority to impose such fees independently. As a result, as the agency establishing the fees, the Board of Supervisors is required to meet all of the subsequent reporting requirements in the Mitigation Fee Act ("Act"). The Act requires reports annually and specific findings every five years following the first deposit of the fee. The attached reports include fiscal information that the Act (66006) requires be made public annually. This information was posted to the County's website on December 27, 2016. Pursuant to the Act, the Board of Supervisors must also review the information, not less than two weeks after it is made available to the public. The attachment includes the required information for the following districts:

Cameron Park Community Services District (Fire Protection), Cameron Park Community Services District (Parks and Recreation), Diamond Springs-El Dorado Fire Protection District, El Dorado County Fire Protection District, El Dorado Hills Community Services District, El Dorado Hills County Water District, Garden Valley Fire Protection District, Georgetown Divide Recreation District, Georgetown Fire Protection District, Lake Valley Fire Protection Di...

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