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File #: 18-0713    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 4/25/2018 In control: Planning Commission
On agenda: 5/10/2018 Final action: 5/10/2018
Title: Community Development Services, Department of Transportation presenting Findings of Consistency of the 2018 Annual Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Update with the General Plan and recommending that the Planning Commission take the following actions: 1) Approve the Finding of Consistency of the 2018 Annual CIP with the General Plan; and 2) Approve the Finding of Consistency of four additional projects to be included in the 2018 Annual CIP: (a) Bass Lake Road - US Highway 50 to Serrano Parkway; (b) Latrobe Road - Investment Blvd. to Golden Foothill Parkway/Clubview Drive; (c) U.S. Highway 50 West Bound Auxiliary Lane - Cameron Park Drive to Cambridge Road; and (d) Missouri Flat Road - Enterprise and Industrial Intersection Improvements.
Attachments: 1. A - Staff Memo 05-10-18, 2. B - CIP Findings of Consistency, 3. C - Project Change Table, 4. D - Overall Unfunded CIP
Related files: 18-0616
Title
Community Development Services, Department of Transportation presenting Findings of Consistency of the 2018 Annual Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Update with the General Plan and recommending that the Planning Commission take the following actions:
1) Approve the Finding of Consistency of the 2018 Annual CIP with the General Plan; and
2) Approve the Finding of Consistency of four additional projects to be included in the 2018 Annual CIP:
(a) Bass Lake Road - US Highway 50 to Serrano Parkway;
(b) Latrobe Road - Investment Blvd. to Golden Foothill Parkway/Clubview Drive;
(c) U.S. Highway 50 West Bound Auxiliary Lane - Cameron Park Drive to Cambridge Road; and
(d) Missouri Flat Road - Enterprise and Industrial Intersection Improvements.
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BACKGROUND
On March 13, 2018, the Board of Supervisors authorized additions and changes to the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) (Legistar Item No. 18-0269) for 2018. In summary, a CIP is a planning document that identifies capital improvement projects (e.g., roads and bridges) a local government or public agency intends to build over a certain time horizon (usually between 5 and 20 years). CIPs typically provide key information for each project, including a general scope, schedule (includes planning, design, and construction), cost and revenue sources. The County’s CIP provides a means for the Board to define capital improvement project and funding priorities over a 20-Year horizon.

In order to maintain the integrity of its roadway network, the County is required to develop and maintain a 10- and 20-Year CIP pursuant to General Plan Policy TC-Xb and Implementation Measure TC-A.

Attachment A provides a detailed discussion on the Findings of Consistency of the 2018 Annual CIP Update with the General Plan. Staff is requesting the Planning Commission approve Findings of Consistency of the 2018 Annual CIP with the General Plan (Attachment B).

CONTACT
Natalie Porter, Senior Civil Engineer
Community Development S...

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