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File #: 18-1692    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 10/23/2018 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 1/29/2019 Final action: 1/29/2019
Title: Department of Transportation (Transportation), recommending the Board authorize Transportation to proceed with ordering title reports, certified appraisals, and to enter into negotiations with the owners, or their designated representatives and commence with the acquisition process for the Enterprise Drive/Missouri Flat Road Signalization Project, CIP 73365 affecting portions of the following subject parcels: 1) APN 329-260-06, Placerville Fruit Growers Association; 2) APN 329-270-10, Pacific Gas & Electric Co.; 3) APN 329-261-17, Frances G. Shenefield; 4) APN 329-261-18, Frances G. Shenefield; 5) APN 329-261-23, John Keller Meyer and Catherine C. Meyer, Trustees of The John Keller Meyer and Catherine Crow Meyer Revocable Trust, Dated November 6, 1991; 6) APN 329-261-19, John Keller Meyer and Catherine C. Meyer, Trustees of The John Keller Meyer and Catherine Crow Meyer Revocable Trust, Dated November 6, 1991; and 7) APN 329-261-22, Jeffrey R. Gutierrez. FUNDING: Funding for this Pro...
Attachments: 1. A - Vicinity Map
Related files: 18-0616, 18-1493

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Department of Transportation (Transportation), recommending the Board authorize Transportation to proceed with ordering title reports, certified appraisals, and to enter into negotiations with the owners, or their designated representatives and commence with the acquisition process for the Enterprise Drive/Missouri Flat Road Signalization Project, CIP 73365 affecting portions of the following subject parcels:

1) APN 329-260-06, Placerville Fruit Growers Association;

2) APN 329-270-10, Pacific Gas & Electric Co.;

3) APN 329-261-17, Frances G. Shenefield;

4) APN 329-261-18, Frances G. Shenefield;

5) APN 329-261-23, John Keller Meyer and Catherine C. Meyer, Trustees of The John Keller Meyer and Catherine Crow Meyer Revocable Trust, Dated November 6, 1991;

6) APN 329-261-19, John Keller Meyer and Catherine C. Meyer, Trustees of The John Keller Meyer and Catherine Crow Meyer Revocable Trust, Dated November 6, 1991; and

7) APN 329-261-22, Jeffrey R. Gutierrez.

 

FUNDING: Funding for this Project is provided by Tribe Funds (80%) and Traffic Impact Mitigation Fees - Zones 1 through 7 (20%) (Local Funds).

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DISCUSSION/BACKGROUND

The Enterprise Drive/Missouri Flat Road intersection was identified in the 2018 Intersection Needs Prioritization Summary as currently operating unacceptably at LOS F during both peak hours and has met the peak hour signal warrant in recent years.  The analysis/data suggests that motorists may be avoiding the intersection due to the high delay.  The Enterprise Drive/Missouri Flat Road Signalization Project (Project) proposes to signalize the intersection of Missouri Flat Road and Enterprise Drive; including the installation of new traffic signal controller and cabinet, detector loops, and widening of both Missouri Flat Road and Enterprise Drive to accommodate turn lanes. 

Missouri Flat Road will be widened north and south of the intersection for right and left turn lanes.  Enterprise Drive will be widened to accommodate a left turn lane at the intersection.  Concrete curb ramps will be constructed to ADA standards at three of the intersection legs along with crosswalks to accommodate pedestrians crossing Missouri Flat Road and Enterprise Drive.  The roadway pavement sections of Missouri Flat Road and Enterprise Drive will also be reconstructed within the Project limits.

The County may need to purchase fee title or easements from the above listed parcels for the Project.  In order for the Department of Transportation (Transportation) to research title records and prepare for negotiations with the subject parcel owners, Transportation is requesting authorization from the Board to proceed with the ordering and payment of title reports and certified appraisals for the land rights to be acquired.

 

Transportation is also requesting the Board authorize Transportation to enter into negotiations with the owners, or their designated representatives of the parcels listed herein as related to the Project and appoint Kyle Lassner, Right-of-Way Supervisor (or his designee), as the real estate negotiator on behalf of the County.

 

ALTERNATIVES

This intersection has been identified as warranting installation of a traffic signal based on level of service and vehicle delay and, therefore, if this item was not approved the current situation would only get worse.

 

PRIOR BOARD ACTION

N/A

 

OTHER DEPARTMENT/AGENCY INVOLVEMENT

N/A

 

CAO RECOMMENDATION

It is recommended that the Board approve this item.

 

FINANCIAL IMPACT

The cost for title reports and color coded parcel maps is based on $600 per parcel.  The total cost for the 7 title reports is $4,200.  Funding for the Right-of-Way acquisition process is budgeted in the Capital Improvement Program and will be provided by Tribe Funds (80%) and Traffic Impact Mitigation Fees - Zones 1-7 (20%) (Local Funds). 

 

CLERK OF THE BOARD FOLLOW UP ACTIONS

N/A

 

TRANSPORTATION NEXT STEPS

Transportation will proceed with the acquisition process for the subject parcels referenced herein, including ordering and payment of title reports and certified appraisals and entering into negotiations for the portions of the subject parcels necessary to construct the Project.

 

STRATEGIC PLAN COMPONENT

Infrastructure

 

CONTACT

Rafael Martinez, Director

Department of Transportation