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File #: 11-0046    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 1/7/2011 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 4/12/2011 Final action: 4/12/2011
Title: Department of Transportation recommending the Board authorize the Chair to sign retroactive Agreement CTA-10004 and Contractor Certification CCC-307 for same with the California Tahoe Conservancy in the amount of $3,833 for the term October 12, 2010 through June 30, 2011 for the transfer to El Dorado County of twenty-five percent of the gross income from California Tahoe Conservancy leases to private individuals or groups on lands owned by the California Tahoe Conservancy in El Dorado County. FUNDING: California Tahoe Conservancy.
Attachments: 1. A - Approved CRS, 2. B - CTA-10004
Title
Department of Transportation recommending the Board authorize the Chair to sign retroactive Agreement CTA-10004 and Contractor Certification CCC-307 for same with the California Tahoe Conservancy in the amount of $3,833 for the term October 12, 2010 through June 30, 2011 for the transfer to El Dorado County of twenty-five percent of the gross income from California Tahoe Conservancy leases to private individuals or groups on lands owned by the California Tahoe Conservancy in El Dorado County.
 
FUNDING:  California Tahoe Conservancy.
Body
 
BUDGET SUMMARY:
 
 
Total Estimated Cost
 
$3,833
 
 
 
     Funding
$
 
          Budgeted
$3,833
 
          New Funding
$
 
          Savings
$
 
          Other
$
 
     Total Funding Available
$3,833
 
Change To Net County Cost
 
$ 0
 
Fiscal Impact/Change to Net County Cost:
This Agreement will increase revenue for the Department of Transportation (Department) Tahoe Engineering Unit's Erosion Control Program.  
 
Reason for Recommendation:
The California Tahoe Conservancy (CTC) Lease Agreement # CTA-10004 (Agreement) provides for the transfer to El Dorado County (County) of twenty-five percent of the gross income from CTC leases to private individuals or groups on lands owned by the CTC in the County.  Pursuant to Government Code Section 66908.3, the CTC is authorized to lease acquired lands.  When such lands are within the County and are leased to private individuals or groups, the CTC must transfer twenty-five percent of the gross income of the leases to the County each year.  The Agreement is the mechanism that accomplishes this transfer.  Pursuant to the Budget Act of 2010, Chapter 712/10, the Legislature has appropriated $3,833 to the CTC for transfer to the County as private lease revenue for this fiscal year.  At least fifty percent of this amount is to be used for soil erosion control projects in the Lake Tahoe region, as defined in Section 66905.5 of the Government Code.  All the funding provided by the previous Lease Revenue Agreement was used for soil erosion control projects, and the intention is to again allocate the entire $3,833 to soil erosion control projects.
 
The Agreement includes the requirement that the County sign the Contractor Certification regarding non-discrimination, drug-free workplace requirements, and other provisions for which certification is required when doing business with the State of California.  The County's current practices are consistent with these requisites.
 
The term of this Agreement is retroactive from October 12, 2010 through June 30, 2011.  The Department did not receive the subject Agreement until December 27, 2010 and is now seeking the Board's approval to execute the Agreement.
 
Action to be taken following Board approval:
1. The Chair will sign the five originals of the subject Agreement and the Contractor Certification.
2. The Board Clerk will return all five partially executed original sets and a certified copy of the Minute Order to the Department for CTC review and approval.
 
Action to be taken by the Department following Board approval:
Upon receiving the fully executed Agreement from the CTC, the Department will forward an original to the Board Clerk's office and retain a copy for its files.
 
Contact:
Robert S. Slater, P.E.
Assistant Director of Transportation
 
Concurrences: County Counsel and Risk Management