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File #: 20-1558    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 11/13/2020 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 1/5/2021 Final action: 1/5/2021
Title: Department of Transportation recommending the Board approve and confirm appointments of existing and new advisory committee members to fill vacancies on Zone of Benefit Advisory Committees in County Service Areas 2 and 9 as outlined in Exhibit A, Zone of Benefit Advisory Committee Updates for 2021. FUNDING: County Service Area 2 and 9 Zone of Benefit Special Taxes and Assessments.
Attachments: 1. A - Exhibit A 2021 ZOB Roster.pdf, 2. B - Notice of Vacancy.pdf
Related files: 20-1012
Title
Department of Transportation recommending the Board approve and confirm appointments of existing and new advisory committee members to fill vacancies on Zone of Benefit Advisory Committees in County Service Areas 2 and 9 as outlined in Exhibit A, Zone of Benefit Advisory Committee Updates for 2021.

FUNDING: County Service Area 2 and 9 Zone of Benefit Special Taxes and Assessments.
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DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
On February 18, 1963 by Resolution 35-63, the Board formed County Service Area (CSA) 2 to provide road improvements and public road drainage improvements within its boundaries. Additional territory was annexed to CSA 2 on June 15, 1971 by Resolution 273-71.

On February 20, 1979 by Ordinance 1979, two (2) zones were established as Zone A (Arrowbee) and Zone B (Hidden Lake).

On April 7, 1983 by Resolution L-83-12, the El Dorado Local Agency Formation Commission formed CSA 9. By Resolution 146-83, the Board authorized multiple services to be provided, including road improvement and maintenance services, drainage maintenance services, and public cemetery services. Beginning in 1983 and continuing thereafter, multiple zones of benefit were formed to provide funding for specific services. For 31 of those zones of benefit, advisory committees were established by the Board.

On March 12, 1985, the Board adopted the Policy and Procedure Guidelines for Creation and Administration of Zones of Benefit within a County Service Area (Guidelines) to establish criteria for creating, operating, and maintaining zones of benefit, including providing for the appointment, term, and purpose of Zone Advisory Committees. The Guidelines provide that an advisory committee for each road zone may be appointed to serve at the pleasure of the Board. The purpose of the advisory committee is to meet periodically with property owners and residents within the zone of benefit to identify unmet service needs, evaluate the adequacy of the services provided, compile the annual budg...

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