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File #: 20-1437    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 10/20/2020 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 1/5/2021 Final action: 1/5/2021
Title: Department of Transportation recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 001-2021 approving the performance period extension of Subdivision Improvement Agreements for projects referenced in the Resolution, which is attachment B, for one year from the current performance date if the project improvements are not completed by said date. FUNDING: N/A
Attachments: 1. A - Approved CRS, 2. B - Resolution, 3. Executed Resolution 001-2021, 4. Executed Second Amendment Agreement 20-54968, 5. Executed Second Amendment Agreement 18-54825, 6. Executed Second Amendment Agreement 17-54724
Related files: 18-0050, 16-1214, 15-1466, 21-1066
Title
Department of Transportation recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 001-2021 approving the performance period extension of Subdivision Improvement Agreements for projects referenced in the Resolution, which is attachment B, for one year from the current performance date if the project improvements are not completed by said date.

FUNDING: N/A
Body
DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
Subdivision Improvement Agreements entered into between the County of El Dorado and a subdivider establish a twenty-four-month performance period for the completion of improvements. El Dorado County Resolution No. 96-95 grants the Transportation Director the authority to extend the performance period for up to twelve (12) months, with any subsequent extensions to be granted in twelve (12) month increments by the Board of Supervisors.

Prior to 2016, it was the Department of Transportation’s (Transportation) practice to bring to the Board a separate agenda item each time a developer requested a one-year extension to an approved Subdivision Improvement Agreement. To improve efficiency and reduce staff time associated with multiple agenda items, Transportation has been preparing a single agenda item that consolidates all amendments that may come before the Board in a calendar year, should project improvements not be completed.

The sole purpose of these amendments is to extend the performance period needed to complete the project improvements such as placing final roadway paving, completion of curb, gutter, sidewalk or driveways and/or final pad grading, installation of individual retaining walls or drainage facilities. In addition, utility connections or facility work may need to be completed. Other issues that require more extensive changes to the agreements will still be brought to the Board as individual agenda items.

The one-year performance period extensions will not impact the original bonds or change the conditions of approval.

Once an amendme...

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