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File #: 09-0571    Version:
Type: Agenda Item Status: Adopted
File created: 4/28/2009 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 5/18/2009 Final action: 5/18/2009
Title: Chief Administrative Office recommends adoption of an interdepartmental 12-month economic development action plan. On May 4, 2009 Board of Supervisors began a workshop to review the interaction between the General Plan and Economic Development. Taking into consideration the May 4, 2009 discussion, an overarching goal of “creating prosperous and sustainable communities while maintaining our quality of life” would help describe the mission of Economic Development. (Cont'd 5/4/09, Item 1)
Attachments: 1. 5-18 09-0571 2A Final Revised Board Letter for the ED workshop on May 18.pdf, 2. 5-18 09-0571 2B ACAO EconDev Overview, 3. 5-18 09-0571 2C DevSvcs GenPlan Presentation, 4. 5-18 09-0571 2D DOT Infrastructure Presentation, 5. 5-18 09-0571 2E DHS Econ Dev Presentation, 6. 5-18 09-0571 2F EconDevCoord Presentation, 7. 5-18 09-0571 2G Econ Dev Presentation, 8. 09-0571 A Workshop Agenda, 9. 09-0571 B ACAO Message, 10. 09-0571 C Econ Dev Coord Wkshp Slides, 11. 09-0571 D CALED.pdf, 12. 09-0571 E Experience El Dorado, 13. 09-0571 F SRRI, 14. 09-0571 G Econ Dev Coord Overview, 15. 09-0571 H DHS Presentation, 16. 09-0571 I DOT Presentation, 17. 09-0571 J DevSvcs Presentation, 18. 09-0571 K ACAO Conclusion, 19. 09-0571 L ED-Measures Matrix, 20. 09-0571 M Econ Dev Monthly Report, 21. Power Point rcvd from S. Taylor, 22. Economic Development Suggestions email.pdf, 23. 09-0571 Letter from M Mueller att'd 5-18-09.pdf, 24. Email from Thalia Georgiades att'd 5-21-09, 25. Letter from M. Mueller att'd 5-21-09, 26. Hubbert's Curve .... from A. Davis att'd 5-21-09
Related files: 08-0642
Title
Chief Administrative Office recommends adoption of an interdepartmental 12-month economic development action plan. On May 4, 2009 Board of Supervisors began a workshop to review the interaction between the General Plan and Economic Development. Taking into consideration the May 4, 2009 discussion, an overarching goal of “creating prosperous and sustainable communities while maintaining our quality of life” would help describe the mission of Economic Development. (Cont'd 5/4/09, Item 1)
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Discussion items:

- El Dorado County Economic Development Collaboration:
- Development Services Role in Economic Development
- Transportation Infrastructure as a component of Economic Development
- Economic Development Block Grant and Workforce Development
- El Dorado County Economic Development Overview

The following elements are the key components of the interdepartmental 12 month action plan:

Regulatory Reform

1. Continue to improve the processing of permits in a timely fashion.
2. Complete G.P. zoning ordinance update, Permit Center, Code Enforcement.
3. Identify alternative resources to accelerate zoning ordinance update.
4. Explore consolidated Fee Schedule to cover costs of services.
5. Work with EDAC and community stakeholder groups to identify specific General Plan policy barriers to sustainable economic development.

Transportation Infrastructure

1. Explore ways to increase revenues or decrease project costs:
a. Examples are: Sales tax, Parcel tax, Mello-Roos tax
b. Special District Assessment (MC & FP’s or BID’s)
c. Additional State/Federal grants or loan programs
2. Explore project funding shift to facilitate economic development.
a. Alternatives for several projects that currently have large price tags (e.g. U.S. 50/Cameron Park Drive and U.S. 50/Silva valley Interchanges)
3. Align major economic development opportunities with the 20 year CIP

Economic Development Tools

1. Use Experience El Dorado to support a Brand and Marketing Campaign.
2....

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