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File #: 18-1580    Version:
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 10/3/2018 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 12/4/2018 Final action: 12/4/2018
Title: Community Development Services, Planning and Building Department, Long Range Planning, recommending that the Board approve Final Passage (Second Reading) of Ordinance 5096 to repeal Ordinance 4385 and repeal and replace El Dorado County Ordinance 4325 - Providing For Public Water Planning (the repeal or amendment of Ordinance No. 4325 requires unanimous approval by the Board of Supervisors). FUNDING: There is no funding associated with this item.
Attachments: 1. 2A - Revised Ordinance 5096 for Adoption 12-4-18, 2. A - Approved CRS MOU Water Agency, 3. B - MOU with EDC Water Agency, 4. C - County Ordinance No. 4325, 5. D - County Ordinance No. 4385, 6. E - Approved CRS Repeal and Replace Ord.pdf, 7. F - Proposed Amendment_Ordinance No. 4325_Final Draft, 8. F - Revised Proposed Ordinance 5096, 9. G - State Legislative Requirements vs. Ordinance No. 4325, 10. H - Resolution 118-92, 11. Proof of Publication, 12. Executed MOU, 13. Executed Ordinance 5096, 14. Proof of Publication 12-7-18
Related files: 22-0202
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Community Development Services, Planning and Building Department, Long Range Planning, recommending that the Board approve Final Passage (Second Reading) of Ordinance 5096 to repeal Ordinance 4385 and repeal and replace El Dorado County Ordinance 4325 - Providing For Public Water Planning (the repeal or amendment of Ordinance No. 4325 requires unanimous approval by the Board of Supervisors).

FUNDING: There is no funding associated with this item.
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DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
At their regular meeting of November 20, 2018 (Item 17), the Board approved the Introduction (First Reading) of Ordinance 5096 as amended and continued the matter to December 4, 2018 for Final Passage (Second Reading).
In August 1995, the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors took a proactive approach related to long-term water supply planning for the County. Ordinance No. 4325 was adopted to ensure that land use actions taken by the Board of Supervisors were based on adequate information regarding water supply availability for anticipated land development projects. Ordinance No. 4325 was adopted by the Board of Supervisors pursuant to the Elections Code's process for adoption of an Ordinance proposed by initiative petition. Ordinance No. 4325 was originally presented to the Board of Supervisors after having received a sufficient number of petition signatures to place the Ordinance on the ballot. The repeal or amendment of Ordinance No. 4325 will require unanimous approval by the Board of Supervisors. Additionally, Ordinance No. 4325 works in concert with Board of Supervisors Resolution No. 118-92 (Attachment H).
Ordinance No. 4325 requires the following:
1. Meters
a) Requires the purchase of a water meter prior to final action on a parcel map, subdivision maps or development projects requiring public water service.

2. Obtain Water Data
a) Requires water supply and demand data from all the publ...

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