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File #: 19-1273    Version:
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 8/16/2019 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 10/22/2019 Final action: 10/22/2019
Title: Chief Administrative Office recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 152-2019 accepting the exchange of property tax increments for the annexation of one parcel (APN 006-011-022) into the El Dorado Irrigation District service area, Local Agency Formation Commission Project 2019-05. (Cont. 9/17/19, Item 3) FUNDING: N/A
Attachments: 1. 2A - Resolution Snyder #2019-05, 2. A - Resolution Snyder #2019-05, 3. B - Counsel Approval, 4. C - Annexation Notification Documents, 5. Executed Resolution 152-2019
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Chief Administrative Office recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 152-2019 accepting the exchange of property tax increments for the annexation of one parcel (APN 006-011-022) into the El Dorado Irrigation District service area, Local Agency Formation Commission Project 2019-05. (Cont. 9/17/19, Item 3)

FUNDING: N/A
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DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
The Snyder Annexation to the El Dorado Irrigation District (EID), LAFCO Project No. 2019-05 will annex one parcel (APN 006-011-022) into the El Dorado Irrigation District service area, Local Agency Formation Commission Project No. 2017-05. The annexation triggers the requirement under the law to redistribute property tax increments applicable to the property being annexed.

In accordance with Revenue and Taxation Code Sections 99 and 99.01, negotiations have been completed regarding the redistribution of the property tax increments applicable to this parcel. EID would accept a 2.6667% share of the property tax increment. This distribution is consistent with past practice for the property tax increment for annexations into EID. El Dorado County Fire's share of the property tax increment will decrease from 9.8348% to 9.3523%. El Dorado Water Agency's share of the property tax increment will decrease from 1.1936% to 1.1350%. These increments each total a 5% proportional reduction to each agency in order to allow for a 7% allocation to EID. The increment for the County General Fund, the County Capital Outlay Fund, the Road District, the County Water Agency, CSA 7 (EMS/Ambulance) would also decrease by 5%. Other details of the proposed exchange of tax increment are included in Attachment 2A, Exhibit A.

Pursuant to the application filed with LAFCO, the purpose of the annexation is to build a single-family home on the parcel, consistent with current zoning.

ALTERNATIVES
The Board could choose an alternate distribution of property tax increments.

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