BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO, STATE OF CALIFORNIA
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ADOPT A RESOLUTION: AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS TO: 1. DEVELOP A CONCEPTUAL DESIGN REPORT INCLUDING ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW TO IMPROVE DRAINAGE ON 2ND STREET, KANOFF STREET, AND EAST AVENUE IN MONTARA. 2. DEVELOP A CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT FOR DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS ON 2ND STREET, KANOFF STREET, AND EAST AVENUE IN MONTARA BASED ON THE RECOMMEND`ATIONS PROVIDED IN THE CONCEPTUAL DESIGN REPORT, SUBJECT TO AVAILABLE FUNDING. 3. CONDUCT PUBLIC MEETINGS BY JUNE 30, 2010 TO GAUGE THE MIDCOAST COMMUNITY’S INTEREST IN DEVELOPING A MIDCOAST STORMWATER MASTER PLAN AND IMPLEMENTING STORMWATER CAPITAL PROJECTS AND ENHANCED MAINTENANCE LEVELS OF SERVICE SUBJECT TO APPROVAL OF LOCAL FUNDING SOURCES. 4. SEEK LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE SUPPORT FOR LEGISLATION THAT PROVIDES FUNDING FOR STORMWATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS AND PROVIDES AN EXEMPTION FROM PROPOSITION 218 REQUIREMENTS FOR GENERATING LOCAL REVENUE FOR STORMWATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS.
RESOLVED, by the Board of Supervisors of the County of San Mateo, State of California, that
WHEREAS, this Board of Supervisors formed the Midcoast Stormwater Drainage Committee (MSDC) in October 2006 as part of the Midcoast Local Coastal Program Update; and
WHEREAS, the MSDC began meeting in July 2007 and has been meeting monthly to discuss MidCoast stormwater drainage, flooding, and pollution issues; and
WHEREAS, the MSDC developed a list of 11 policy issues and four funding issues that were further evaluated and form the basis for the recommendations presented; and
WHEREAS, the MSDC recommendations provide a practical approach for addressing the highest priority drainage improvements identified during the course of their meetings based on Committee member and public input, while exploring the broader vision of performing a Stormwater Master Plan; and
WHEREAS, this Board of Supervisors concurs with the recommendations of the MSDC.
NOW THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY DETERMINED AND ORDERED as follows
That the Director of Public Works shall:
Develop a conceptual design report including environmental review to improve drainage on 2nd Street, Kanoff Street, and East Avenue in Montara.
Develop a capital improvement project for drainage improvements on 2nd Street, Kanoff Street, and East Avenue in Montara based on the recommendations provided in the conceptual design report, subject to available funding.
Conduct public meetings by June 30, 2010 to gauge the MidCoast community’s interest in developing a MidCoast Stormwater Master Plan and implementing stormwater capital projects and enhanced maintenance levels of service subject to approval of local funding sources.
Seek Legislative Committee support for legislation that provides funding for stormwater system improvements and provides an exemption from Proposition 218 requirements for generating local revenue for stormwater system improvements.
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