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File #: 21-0250    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 2/9/2021 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 4/13/2021 Final action: 4/13/2021
Title: Department of Transportation recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 028-2021 accepting the 2020 revisions to the County of El Dorado Maintained Mileage System. FUNDING: N/A
Attachments: 1. A - Approved Blue Route, 2. B - Maintained Mileage Resolution, 3. C - Maintained Mileage Revisions, 4. D - Resolution 034-2020, 5. Executed Resolution 028-2021
Related files: 20-0150
Title
Department of Transportation recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 028-2021 accepting the 2020 revisions to the County of El Dorado Maintained Mileage System.

FUNDING: N/A
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DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
Streets and Highway Code Section 2121 mandates that in May of each year the county submit to CalTrans any additions or exclusions from its mileage of maintained county highways, specifying the termini and mileage of each route added or excluded from its county maintained roads. The Department of Transportation, Maintenance and Operations Division, requests the Board of Supervisors accept the 2020 revisions to the County of El Dorado Maintained Mileage System.

In March 2020, Resolution #034-2020 was signed removing 0.08 miles of Waverly Drive from the Maintained Mileage System. The removal of this portion of Waverly Drive allowed for the restoration of the area to its natural state which provided a water quality benefit consistent with the goals of the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency and State of California to protect the water of Lake Tahoe.

Overall, the removal of a portion of Waverly Drive decreases the total County maintained mileage by 0.08 miles bringing the new total to 1082.69 (see Attachment C). There are no other changes to mileage.

ALTERNATIVES
Without the Board's approval of this Resolution, the update would not be accepted by the State and would adversely affect future State funding. Additionally, the County would not meet the requirements of Streets and Highway Code Section 2121 that mandates submission of changes to the County system in May of each year.

PRIOR BOARD ACTION
#20-0150, 3/17/20

OTHER DEPARTMENT / AGENCY INVOLVEMENT
County Counsel

CAO RECOMMENDATION / COMMENTS
Approve as recommended.

FINANCIAL IMPACT
There is no direct financial impact to the General Fund related to this action. Updating the County's system ensures that funding allocation distributed on a mileage basis are accurate and gar...

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