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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO. 11
Meeting Date: May 23, 2000
Approval of 2000/2005 Capital Improvement Program
Submitted by: Engineering: J. Stevenson,
Jon Elam, City
a Resolution certifying and approving the Negative Declaration and adopting
the 2000/2005 Capital Improvement Program for the City of Brentwood including
street, park, sewer, water and other municipal improvements to be constructed
during the next five years.
July 26, 1994, the City Council approved the first five-year Capital Improvement
Program (CIP). The CIP budget
was added to the City’s adopted 1994-95 budget.
The City Council also authorized the creation of the CIP Team to
plan, design and administer the projects outlined in the CIP report.
The CIP Team is also responsible for updating the CIP report and
preparing the fiscal year CIP budget.
The attached CIP report represents the efforts of the CIP Team
to present the City Council with an annual update.
April 3, 2000, the City Council held a workshop on the proposed CIP report.
May 9, 2000, the City Council approved the report and referred it to the
Planning Commission for a consideration of conformance to the City’s General
May 16, 2000, the Planning Commission approved Resolution 00-31 finding
the 2000/2005 Capital Improvement Program to be consistent with the City
of Brentwood General Plan. A
copy of the CIP report is available for public review in the City Clerk’s
office, the Engineering Department lobby and at the Brentwood Library.
of the 2000/2005 CIP report will continue the five-year Capital Improvement
Program for City projects. An
annual update will take place in the year 2001 and every subsequent year.
Negative Declaration has been prepared to address the potential environmental
effects of the CIP. The Negative
Declaration finds that no significant adverse impacts would result should
this program be adopted. Therefore,
staff recommends that the Council certify the Negative Declaration.
fiscal year 2000/01 costs from various non-General Fund sources are noted
in the CIP report. Future
year costs and revenues will be reviewed every year by the City Council
as a part of the annual update and adoption of a new five-year CIP report.
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD CERTIFYING AND APPROVING THE NEGATIVE DECLARATION AND ADOPTING THE 2000/2005 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CIP) FOR THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD INCLUDING STREET, PARK, SEWER, WATER AND OTHER MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENTS TO BE CONSTRUCTED DURING THE NEXT FIVE YEARS.
Section 65400 et. seq., of the Government Code of the State of California
requires that cities should provide for means of implementing the General
Plan and the efficient expenditure of public funds relating to the implementation
of public projects addressed in the General Plan; and
the City of Brentwood adopted a new General Plan in June, 1993, which
recommended that a comprehensive Capital Improvement Program (CIP) be
developed for the City of Brentwood; and
the City of Brentwood adopted the first Capital Improvement Program in
July, 1994; and
this CIP has as its purpose to integrate the CIP with the General Plan
and other City activities, ensure that planning for Capital Improvements
is tied to realistic sources of income in order to finance these improvements;
the five-year CIP must be developed and adopted in conjunction with each
new City budget; and
it is necessary to define improvements and anticipated construction schedules
to ensure proper pre-planning, design and community review before construction
on May 16, 2000, the Planning Commission approved Resolution 00-31, finding
the 2000/2005 Capital Improvement Program to be consistent with the General
based upon completion of an Initial Study prepared pursuant to the California
Environmental Quality Act, approval of the CIP will not result in any
significant adverse impacts on the environment, therefore a Negative Declaration
was prepared and circulated for public comment.
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED
that the City Council of the City of Brentwood hereby finds that there
is no substantial evidence in light of the whole record that the 2000/2005
CIP, as revised from previous CIP’s, may have a significant effect on
the environment; therefore a Notice of Determination shall be filed with
the County Clerk by the City Clerk.
IT FURTHER RESOLVED
that the City Council of the City of Brentwood hereby finds that approval
of the CIP will not result in any significant adverse environmental impacts.
IT FURTHER RESOLVED that
the City Council of the City of Brentwood hereby adopts the 2000/2005
Capital Improvement Program as presented.
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