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File #: 21-0884    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 5/18/2021 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 6/29/2021 Final action: 6/29/2021
Title: Air Quality Management District recommending the Board, acting as the Board of Directors of the Air Quality Management District, authorize the Air Pollution Control Officer to execute Funding Agreement 5243 and potential amendments between the Air Quality Management District, and the Richard F. Anderson and Cheryl L. Anderson Living Trust Dated November 16, 2006, for electric vehicle and bookmobile charging equipment at the Georgetown Library, up to a maximum reimbursement of $20,000. FUNDING: Vehicle Registration Fees.
Attachments: 1. A - Contract 5243 - 6/29/21, 2. B - Counsel Approval
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Air Quality Management District recommending the Board, acting as the Board of Directors of the Air Quality Management District, authorize the Air Pollution Control Officer to execute Funding Agreement 5243 and potential amendments between the Air Quality Management District, and the Richard F. Anderson and Cheryl L. Anderson Living Trust Dated November 16, 2006, for electric vehicle and bookmobile charging equipment at the Georgetown Library, up to a maximum reimbursement of $20,000.

FUNDING: Vehicle Registration Fees.
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DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
Funding Agreement Contract 5243 ("Agreement"), between the Air Quality Management District ("AQMD"), and the Richard F. Anderson and Cheryl L. Anderson Living Trust Dated November 16, 2006 ("Property Owners"), allows the Property Owners to install two (2) AQMD supplied electric vehicle chargers installed at their property at 6680 Orleans Street in Georgetown, with AQMD providing reimbursement for the full cost of installation up to a total of $7,000, based on current estimates. This property is currently under a long-term lease with the County of El Dorado for use as the Library's Georgetown branch. Additionally, the Agreement provides funding for maintenance and repairs of the charging equipment up to $5,000 for up to ten (10) years provided the Library is a tenant of this property. The Library currently has several plug-in hybrid vehicles in use by its staff (and more are planned in future fiscal years), and has been requesting the installation of electric vehicle chargers to maximize the fuel efficiency of these vehicles. The Library and County Fleet are also planning on purchasing an electric Ford Transit bookmobile in FY 2021-22. Other County departments, government agencies, and members of the public could also utilize these chargers.

AQMD has been working with the property owners, Library, County Facilities, and County Counsel to refine the details of the Agreement. This board item authorizes the Ai...

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