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File #: 17-1289    Version:
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 11/16/2017 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 12/19/2017 Final action: 12/19/2017
Title: Chief Administrative Office and County Counsel recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 197-2017 making certain findings as required under the Mitigation Fee Act (Cal. Gov. Code §66000 et seq.) related to the development impact mitigation fee collected by the County on behalf of the Pioneer Fire Protection District. FUNDING: There is no fiscal impact to the County related to this action.
Attachments: 1. Executed Resolution 197-2017 BOS 12-19-17, 2. 2A - Pioneer Final 5 Year Reso and Blue Route 12-19-17, 3. Executed Resolution 178-2017 BOS 12-5-17, 4. A - Annual Reports 12-5-17, 5. B- Final 5 Year Reso with Attachments Mosq. 2017 12-5-17, 6. C - Mosquito Blue Route 2017 12-5-17, 7. D - Mosquito CIP 12-5-17
Related files: 20-0823
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Chief Administrative Office and County Counsel recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 197-2017 making certain findings as required under the Mitigation Fee Act (Cal. Gov. Code §66000 et seq.) related to the development impact mitigation fee collected by the County on behalf of the Pioneer Fire Protection District.

FUNDING: There is no fiscal impact to the County related to this action.
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DEPARTMENT RECOMMENDATION
Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 197-2017 making certain findings as required under the Mitigation Fee Act (Cal. Gov. Code §66000 et seq.) related to the development impact mitigation fee collected by the County on behalf of the Pioneer Fire Protection District.

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.

On December 5, 2017, the Board reviewed the publicly available annual financial reports for the special districts on whose behalf the County collects fees under the Act, and made findings regarding the unexpended balance of fee revenue in the Mosquito Fire Protection District's account. Such findings are also due for the Pioneer Fire Protection District. The District board has adopted a resolution making the findings required by the Act; however, the Board of Supervisors, as the entity that established the fees on behalf of the district, must also make the findings. The attach...

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