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File #: 20-0326    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 2/25/2020 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 3/17/2020 Final action: 3/17/2020
Title: Planning and Building Department, Planning Services Division, Long Range Planning Unit, recommending the Board review and provide direction on the Long Range Planning Project Prioritization Matrix for Fiscal Year 2020-21, as follows: 1) Review the Matrix and the recommended project prioritization; 2) Direct staff to modify the Matrix, as necessary, to reflect the Board’s current priorities; 3) Direct staff to include a funding request for consulting services and/or additional staff resources in the FY 2020-21 budget; and 4) Endorse a final Matrix that prioritizes County-initiated land use and housing projects managed by the Long Range Planning Unit for Fiscal Year 2020-21. (Est. Time: 1 Hr.) FUNDING: N/A
Attachments: 1. A - Staff Memo, 2. B - Presentation, 3. B - Revised Presentation BOS Rcvd 03-16-20, 4. C - Project Prioritization Prezi BOS Rcvd 3-16-20, 5. D - Project Matrix - Board Direction BOS Rcvd 3-16-20, 6. E - FINAL Project Prioritization Prezi_Final_Revised 3-18-20, 7. F - FINAL LRP FY 20-21 Project Matrix Revised 3-17-20
Related files: 19-0311, 18-0865, 13-0510, 16-0069, 22-1101, 21-1753, 20-0570, 21-0502, 21-1042, 22-0093, 21-0025

Title

Planning and Building Department, Planning Services Division, Long Range Planning Unit, recommending the Board review and provide direction on the Long Range Planning Project Prioritization Matrix for Fiscal Year 2020-21, as follows:

1) Review the Matrix and the recommended project prioritization;

2) Direct staff to modify the Matrix, as necessary, to reflect the Board’s current priorities;

3) Direct staff to include a funding request for consulting services and/or additional staff resources in the FY 2020-21 budget; and

4) Endorse a final Matrix that prioritizes County-initiated land use and housing projects managed by the Long Range Planning Unit for Fiscal Year 2020-21.  (Est. Time: 1 Hr.)

 

FUNDING:  N/A

Body

DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND

The attached staff memo (Attachment A) includes proposed project priorities for Fiscal Year (FY) 2020-21, Long Range Planning (LRP) ongoing activities, and staff resources.  Exhibited within Attachment A (page 12) is the proposed Project Prioritization Matrix for FY 2020-21.

 

ALTERNATIVES

The Board could choose to direct staff to modify the Matrix to better reflect the Board’s current priorities; or the Board could choose not to endorse the Matrix.

 

PRIOR BOARD ACTION

On February 24, 2015, the Board endorsed Long Range Planning’s first project prioritization matrix that set priorities for County-initiated land use, housing, transportation, and stormwater projects/programs managed by LRP (2/24/2015 Board Agenda Item 47, Attachment 6E).  Subsequent updated LRP work plans were presented to the Board on the following agenda dates:  (2/9/2016, Item 23; 2/28/2017, Item 31; 11/7/2017, Item 36; 6/12/2018, Item 34; and 3/4/2019, Item 20).  Additional Board actions on 7/18/2017, Item 44 regarding the Weber Creek Canyon Important Biological Corridor and on 10/24/2017, Item 34 regarding the Oak Resources Management Report/Oak Conservation Ordinance. 

 

OTHER DEPARTMENT / AGENCY INVOLVEMENT

None

 

CAO RECOMMENDATION / COMMENTS

It is recommended that the Board receive the presentation and provide direction to the Department.

 

FINANCIAL IMPACT

Funding for the proposed project priorities listed in the staff report (Attachment A) and on the Project Prioritization Matrix (Page 10 of Staff Memo) will be requested in the FY 2020-21 Budget and is included in part in the FY 2019-20 Budget.

 

CLERK OF THE BOARD FOLLOW UP ACTIONS

N/A

 

STRATEGIC PLAN COMPONENT

Long range planning efforts regarding land use and housing support the County’s Strategic Plan goals of Good Governance, Healthy Communities and Economic Development.  As shown on the Long Range Planning Project Prioritization Matrix (Page 10 of Staff Memo), most of the Long Range Planning projects support Good Governance by meeting State mandates or General Plan requirements.  Housing projects support Healthy Communities by providing mechanisms to achieve sufficient and attainable housing for all El Dorado County residents.  The provision of more ranges of housing options also supports Economic Development by improving the jobs to housing balance.   

 

CONTACT

Tiffany Schmid, Director,

Planning and Building Department