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File #: 20-0024    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 12/30/2019 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 1/14/2020 Final action: 1/14/2020
Title: Chief Administrative Office recommending the Board consider and adopt Resolution 007-2020 outlining the proposed terms for a new agreement with the City of South Lake Tahoe for future use of the County's approximate 41 acres within the City of South Lake Tahoe, and direct staff to proceed with developing the agreement and lease for property. (Est. Time: 30 Min.) FUNDING: N/A
Attachments: 1. A - Resolution and Blue Route, 2. B - City of SLT Report to City Council, 3. Executed Resolution 007-2020
Related files: 20-1452, 21-0688
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Chief Administrative Office recommending the Board consider and adopt Resolution 007-2020 outlining the proposed terms for a new agreement with the City of South Lake Tahoe for future use of the County's approximate 41 acres within the City of South Lake Tahoe, and direct staff to proceed with developing the agreement and lease for property. (Est. Time: 30 Min.)

FUNDING: N/A
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DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
El Dorado County is the owner of approximately 41 acres of land on which the El Dorado County Library, the City’s Campground By The Lake, the County’s vector control operations, the Senior Center, the City’s Lakeview Commons recreational area, and other existing community buildings are located. The City of South Lake Tahoe is the owner of approximately 15 acres of land on which some City Public Works functions, the City’s Ice Arena, and the City’s existing Recreation / Swim Complex are located. These parcels are generally bounded by US 50 to the west and north, Rufus Allen Drive (which is not a formally platted right-of-way) to the east, and Los Angeles Avenue to the south. The Harrison Avenue commercial district is located directly across US 50 to the west, and Lake Tahoe is located directly north. Combined, these parcels comprise the land area commonly known as the “56-Acres”, which has historically been utilized for recreation and government facilities serving the people of South Lake Tahoe and nearby unincorporated areas of El Dorado County.

Under the terms of multiple agreements initially executed in 1968 and amended numerous times over the past 52 years, the City and the County have jointly utilized the “56-Acres”. The most significant of the existing agreements is set to expire in 2023, and the County and City have been working to draft proposed terms for a replacement agreement.

The proposed terms included in the attached resolution were developed over the past 4 months by City and County staff, reflect input received from elected off...

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