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File #: 23-0446    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 2/15/2023 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 3/7/2023 Final action: 3/7/2023
Title: Chief Administrative Office recommending the Board order the Auditor-Controller to disburse $35,374.15 from the Cameron Park Community Services District (“District”) Parks and Recreation Impact Mitigation Fee account to the District for the new Cameron Park Lake Splash Pad project, which will expand the District's capabilities to serve new development that has occurred within the District. FUNDING: Cameron Park Community Services District Development Impact Mitigation Fees.
Attachments: 1. A - Cameron Park CSD Request 10.14.22, 2. B - Cameron Park CSD Request 11.2.2022
Related files: 17-1290, 19-1347
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Chief Administrative Office recommending the Board order the Auditor-Controller to disburse $35,374.15 from the Cameron Park Community Services District (“District”) Parks and Recreation Impact Mitigation Fee account to the District for the new Cameron Park Lake Splash Pad project, which will expand the District's capabilities to serve new development that has occurred within the District.

FUNDING: Cameron Park Community Services District Development Impact Mitigation Fees.
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DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
The California Mitigation Fee Act (Cal. Gov. §66000 et seq.) provides for the establishment of fees to mitigate the impacts of new development on public facilities in order to maintain the established level of service. Individual Special Districts do not have the authority to establish these fees; as a result, the County establishes fees on behalf of the districts.

Development impact mitigation fees were first collected on the District's behalf in 1997. The District's fee was last updated in 2019 (File No. 19-1347). In accordance with the Mitigation Fee Act, these revenues are segregated and deposited into a separate account for each district.

As outlined in the District’s 2019 nexus study, revenue from fees collected on new development may be used to pay for the development of new park and recreational facilities in existing parks that expand service capacity resulting from population growth caused by new development.

As outlined in the District’s 2019 nexus study, revenue from fees collected on new development may be used to pay for the development of new park and recreational facilities in existing parks that expand service capacity resulting from population growth caused by new development. As a result of new development that has occurred within the District, the District has identified the need to increase services by expanding recreation operating hours and creating a playground meeting Americans with Disabilities Act requirements for accessib...

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