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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO. 20


Meeting Date: August 8, 2000

Subject/Title: Approval of resolutions to initiate proceedings for CIFP 2000-1 and Assessment District 2000-1 and setting the date for the public hearing for the Assessment District formation

Submitted by: Engineering: J. Stevenson/P. Eldredge

Approved by: Jon Elam, City Manager

RECOMMENDATION
Approval of a Resolution Declaring Official Intent to Reimburse Certain Expenditures from Proceeds of Indebtedness.
Approval of a Resolution Approving Boundary Map.
Approval of a Resolution of Intention to Order Improvements in Assessment District No. 2000-1 and Approving a Deposit and Reimbursement Agreement.
Approval of a Resolution Preliminarily Approving Engineer's Report and Setting Date for Public Hearing of Protests and Providing for Property Owner Ballots for Assessment District No. 2000-1.

PREVIOUS ACTION
On April 25, 2000 the City Council approved Resolution No. 2068 appointing an Underwriter, Bond Counsel and Engineer of Work and approving Deposit and Reimbursement Agreements in and for CIFP 2000-1 and Assessment District No. 2000-1 for Grupe Communities, Pulte Home Corporation, Pulte Communities, Beck Properties, DeNova Homes and Martin Land Company.

BACKGROUND
On April 25, 2000, the City Engineer was designated Engineer of Work with the task of coordinating preparation of the Engineer's Report with the Assessment Engineer for the proposed CIFP 2000-1 and Assessment District 2000-1. Sutro & Company was appointed as underwriter and the firm of Orrick, Herrington and Sutcliffe was appointed bond counsel. The Resolution also approved the Deposit, Reimbursement and Acquisition Agreements between the City and the respective developers and was the initial step in forming the assessment district for the funding of public improvements
The CIFP 2000-1 Report which outlines the infrastructure requirements of the CIFP is typically approved at this stage of the formation process. However, due to the certain constraints and the fact that the majority of this district is the prepayment of fees, the CIFP Report will be brought before Council for approval at the final meeting which is tentatively scheduled for October 10, 2000.
Before the Council at this meeting are four items pertaining to CIFP 2000-1 and Assessment District 2000 -1. These items are:
Resolution Declaring Official Intent to Reimburse Certain Expenditures from Proceeds of Indebtedness.
Resolution Approving Boundary Map.
Resolution of Intention to Order Improvements in Assessment District No. 2000-1 and Approving a Deposit and Reimbursement Agreement.
Resolution Preliminarily Approving Engineer's Report and Setting Date for Public Hearing of Protests and Providing for Property Owner Ballots for Assessment District No. 2000-1.
As previously mentioned this district is comprised primarily of prepayment of developer fees. This is done to provide the City with a sufficient amount of money to construct much-needed infrastructure now instead of waiting to collect the fees when building permits are pulled. A summary of the fees to be prepaid and the major improvements to be constructed are listed below:
Wastewater Facility Fees $1,802,732
Parks and Trail Fees $1,383,482
Roadway Fees $2,500,900
Armstrong Road, Rockwell Street, Fairview Avenue – Baldwin Drive to Concord and Sand Creek Road to San Jose Ave, O’Hara Avenue widening and traffic signal.
The above equates to a total prepayment of fees in the amount of $5,687,114 and a total construction amount of $4,609,759. Therefore the total amount for fees and improvements for this district is currently estimated at $10,296,873.
No immediate costs to the City are anticipated. When the Assessment District is formed all administrative costs will be borne by the District during its life.
Attachments:
Resolution Declaring Official Intent to Reimburse
Resolution Approving Boundary Map
Resolution of Intention to Order Improvements in AD 2000-1
Resolution Preliminarily Approving Engineer's Report; Setting Date of Public Hearing and Providing for Property Owner Ballots
Preliminary Engineer's Report
Map of Proposed Boundaries CIFP 2000-1 (contained in Preliminary Engineer’s Report)


RESOLUTION NO. 

RESOLUTION DECLARING OFFICIAL INTENT
TO REIMBURSE CERTAIN EXPENDITURES
FROM PROCEEDS OF INDEBTEDNESS

WHEREAS, the City of Brentwood (the "City") intends to acquire and/or construct certain public improvements (the “Project”) in its Assessment District No. 2000-1 as described in Exhibit A attached hereto; and 
WHEREAS, the City expects to pay certain expenditures (the "Reimbursement Expenditures") in connection with the Project prior to the issuance of indebtedness for the purpose of financing costs associated with the Project on a long-term basis; and
WHEREAS, the City reasonably expects that debt obligations in an amount not expected to exceed $14,000,000 will be issued and that certain of the proceeds of such debt obligations will be used to reimburse the Reimbursement Expenditures.
NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL HEREBY FINDS, DETERMINES AND RESOLVES as follows:
Section 1. The foregoing recitals are true and correct, and this City Council so finds and determines.
Section 2. This declaration is made solely for purposes of establishing compliance with the requirements of Section 1.150-2 of the United States Treasury Regulations. This declaration does not bind the City to make any expenditure, incur any indebtedness, or proceed with the Project.
Section 3. The City hereby declares its official intent to use proceeds of indebtedness to reimburse itself for Reimbursement Expenditures.
Section 4. This resolution shall take effect from and after its adoption.
PASSED AND ADOPTED this 8th day of August 2000, by the following vote:
AYES: Councilmembers
NOES: 
ABSENT:

EXHIBIT A

ASSESSMENT DISTRICT NO. 2000-1
CITY OF BRENTWOOD, CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENTS

The City Council intends to order the acquisition of the following improvements under the authority of the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913:

1. Grupe Park Improvements;
Improvements to a 5.1 acre park.

2. Armstrong Road;
Roadway and utility improvements from Carnegie Lane north to Balfour Road, approximately 980 LF; and including a temporary turnaround at Nunn Street; a 70-ft radius Roundabout; and Balfour Road median island improvements. 

3. Rockwell Street;
Roadway and utility improvements from Walnut Boulevard east to the Armstrong Road Roundabout, approximately 1,080 LF. 

4. Fairview Avenue (Baldwin Drive to Concord Avenue);
Roadway and utility improvements from Baldwin Drive south to Concord Avenue, approximately 4,610 LF.

5. Fairview Avenue (Sand Creek Road to San Jose Avenue);
Ultimate roadway widening of the east side of Fairview, south of Sand Creek Road to San Jose Avenue, approximately 1,750 LF; improvements include landscaping, storm drain and a 12” non-potable water line.

6. Pulte Park Improvements;
Improvements to a 5.7 acre park.
7. O’Hara Avenue Widening and Traffic Signal;
Roadway and utility improvements from Neroly Road south to Lone Tree Way. The approximately 1,000 LF portion along the project frontage includes construction of 28-ft. wide pavement section with curb and gutter, a 30-ft. wide parkway with a 6-ft. sidewalk, soundwall, and transition improvements to the north. The approximately 1,600 LF portion south of the project frontage includes overlay of the existing street and 8-ft. widening south to Lone Tree Way. The improvement also includes installation of a traffic signal at Lone Tree Way. 

8. Subtotal;
Items 1 through 7.

9. Contingency;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.

10. Plan Check;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.

11. Inspection;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.

12. Civil Engineer;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.

13. Soils Engineer;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.

14. Landscape Architect;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.

15. Utility Consultant;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.

16. Right-of-Way Agent;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.

17. Subtotal;
Items 9 through 16.

18. Prepayment of Wastewater Facilities Fee;
Prepayment of wastewater facilities fees to fund Capital Improvements to the City’s Wastewater Treatment System.
$ 1,300.00/unit for the Grupe Communities project (Subdivision 8383 & 8411)
$ 2,075.12/unit for the Pulte Communities project (Subdivision 8089)
$ 3,073.30/unit for the Beck Development project (Subdivision 8369 & 8370)
$ 3,073.30/unit for the Lone Tree Partners project (Subdivision 8395)
$ 3,073.30/unit for the DeNova Homes project (Subdivision 8416)
$ 3,073.30/unit for the Deer Creek Partners project (Subdivision 8352)

19. Prepayment of Parks and Trails Fee;
Prepayment of parks and trails fees to accelerate projects within the City.
$ 1,950.00/unit for the Grupe Communities project (Subdivision 8383 & 8411)
$ 1,950.00/unit for the Pulte Communities project (Subdivision 8089)
$ 789.21/unit for the Beck Development project (Subdivision 8369 & 8370)
$ 789.21/unit for the Lone Tree Partners project (Subdivision 8395)
$ 789.21/unit for the Pulte Homes project (Subdivision 8226 & 8402)
$ 789.21/unit for the DeNova Homes project (Subdivision 8416)
$ 789.21/unit for the Deer Creek Partners project (Subdivision 8352)

20. Prepayment of Roadway Fee;
Prepayment of roadway improvement fees to accelerate projects within the City.
$ 6,600.00/unit for the Beck Development project (Subdivision 8369 & 8370)
$ 3,500.00/unit for the Pulte Homes project (Subdivision 8226 & 8402)
$ 6,600.00/unit for the DeNova Homes project (Subdivision 8416)
$ 6,600.00/unit for the Deer Creek Partners project (Subdivision 8352)

21. Purchase of Prior CIFP 94-1 Bonds
Purchase of prior CIFP 94-1 bond liens attributable to nine properties within the Grupe Project.

22. Subtotal;
Items 18 through 21.

23. Total Cost;
Items 8, 17 and 22.

Possible Additional Items of Work;
a) Grupe Park Improvements (Grupe Communities)
b) Armstrong Road (Grupe Communities)
c) Rockwell Street (Grupe Communities)
d) Walnut Boulevard-Widening at ECCID Main Canal (Grupe Communities)
e) Fairview Avenue (Pulte Communities)
f) Fairview Avenue (Lone Tree Partners)
g) Pulte Park Improvements (Pulte Homes)
h) O’Hara Avenue (Pulte Homes)


RESOLUTION NO. 


RESOLUTION APPROVING BOUNDARY MAP IN AND FOR ASSESSMENT DISTRICT NO. 2000-1


WHEREAS, there has been filed with the City Clerk a map entitled “Proposed Boundaries of Assessment District No. 2000-1, City of Brentwood, Contra Costa County, State of California”.
NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL HEREBY FINDS, DETERMINES AND RESOLVES as follows:
Section 1. The foregoing recital is true and correct, and this City Council so finds and determines.
Section 2. This City Council approves the map and adopts the boundaries shown on the map as describing the extent of the territory included in a proposed assessment district to be known as Assessment District No. 2000-1, City of Brentwood, Contra Costa County, State of California. 
Section 3. This City Council finds that the map is in the form and contains the matters prescribed by Section 3110 of the California Streets and Highways Code.
Section 4. This City Council directs the City Clerk to certify the adoption of this resolution on the face of the map, and to file a copy of the map with the County Recorder for placement in the Book of Maps of Assessment and Community Facilities Districts.
Section 5. This resolution shall take effect immediately upon its passage.
PASSED AND ADOPTED this 8th day of August 2000, by the following vote:

AYES: Councilmembers
NOES: 
ABSENT: 


RESOLUTION NO. 


RESOLUTION OF INTENTION TO ORDER IMPROVEMENTS IN ASSESSMENT DISTRICT NO. 2000-1

WHEREAS, under the authority of the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913 (Sections 10000 and following, California Streets and Highways Code), this Council intends to order the acquisition and/or construction of the improvements described in Exhibit A, attached hereto and by this reference incorporated herein, all of which are situated within the City of Brentwood Assessment District No. 2000-1, County of Contra Costa, State of California; and
WHEREAS, this Council finds that the land specially benefited by the improvements is shown within the boundaries of the map entitled, "Proposed Boundaries of Assessment District No. 2000-1, City of Brentwood, Contra Costa County, State of California”. This map has been approved by the City Council and is now on file with the City Clerk. The land within the exterior boundaries shown on the map shall be designated “Assessment District No. 2000-1, City of Brentwood, Contra Costa County, State of California”; and
WHEREAS, a form of the Deposit and Reimbursement Agreement between the City of Brentwood and Deer Creek Partners, dated as of August 1, 2000, is on file with the City Clerk and presented to this meeting.
NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL HEREBY FINDS, DETERMINES AND RESOLVES as follows:
Section 1. The foregoing recitals are true and correct, and the City Council so finds and determines.
Section 2. This Council intends to levy a special assessment upon the land within the described district in accordance with the special benefit to be received by each parcel of land, respectively, from the improvements. 
Section 3. Where any disparity occurs in level or size between the improvements and private property, this Council determines that it is in the public interest and more economical to eliminate the disparity by doing work on the private property instead of adjusting the work on public property. Accordingly, work may be done on private property for this purpose with the written consent of the landowner.
Section 4. This City Council intends to enter into an agreement with any appropriate public agency or utility company, under the provisions of Section 10109 and following of the Streets and Highways Code, to the extent that the work and improvements to be undertaken will include facilities which are to be under the ownership, management and control of such public agency or utility company.
Section 5. This City Council intends, pursuant to subparagraph (f) of Section 10204 of the California Streets and Highways Code, to provide for an annual assessment upon each of the parcels of land in the proposed assessment district to pay various costs and expenses incurred from time to time by the City and not otherwise reimbursed to the City which result from the administration and collection of assessment installments or from the administration or registration of the improvement bonds and the various funds and accounts pertaining thereto.
Section 6. Bonds representing unpaid assessments, and bearing interest at a rate not to exceed twelve percent (12%) per annum, will be issued in the manner provided by the Improvement Bond Act of 1915 (Division 10, Streets and Highways Code), and the last installment of the bonds shall mature not to exceed twenty-nine (29) years from the second day of September next succeeding twelve (12) months from their date.
Section 7. The procedure for the collection of assessments and advance retirement of bonds under the Improvement Bond Act of 1915 shall be as provided in Part 11.1, Division 10, of the Streets and Highways Code of the State of California.
Section 8. The City will not obligate itself to advance available funds from the City treasury to cure any deficiency which may occur in the bond redemption fund. A determination not to obligate itself shall not prevent the City from, in its sole discretion, so advancing funds.
Section 9. This City Council intends to comply with the requirements of the Special Assessment Investigation, Limitation and Majority Protest Act of 1931 by proceeding under Part 7.5 of said Act. The Engineer of Work is directed to include in the written engineer's report all of the information required by Section 2961 of the California Streets and Highways Code.
Section 10. This City Council appoints the City Engineer of the City as Engineer of Work for this project, and directs the preparation of the report containing the matters required by Section 10204 of the Streets and Highways Code, as supplemented by Section 4 of Article XIIID of the California Constitution. 
Section 11. The amount of any surplus remaining in the improvement fund after completion of the improvements and payment of all claims shall be distributed in accordance with the provisions of Section 10427.1 of the Streets and Highways Code.
Section 12. The Deposit and Reimbursement Agreement between the City of Brentwood and Deer Creek Partners, dated as of August 1, 2000, is hereby approved. The City Manager is hereby authorized and directed to execute and delivery said Deposit and Reimbursement Agreement and the City Clerk is hereby authorized to attest its execution.
Section 13. This resolution shall take effect immediately upon its passage.
PASSED AND ADOPTED this 8th day of August 2000, by the following vote:

AYES:
NOES: 
ABSENT: 


EXHIBIT A

ASSESSMENT DISTRICT NO. 2000-1
CITY OF BRENTWOOD, CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENTS

The City Council intends to order the acquisition of the following improvements under the authority of the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913:

24. Grupe Park Improvements;
Improvements to a 5.1 acre park.

25. Armstrong Road;
Roadway and utility improvements from Carnegie Lane north to Balfour Road, approximately 980 LF; and including a temporary turnaround at Nunn Street; a 70-ft radius Roundabout; and Balfour Road median island improvements. 

26. Rockwell Street;
Roadway and utility improvements from Walnut Boulevard east to the Armstrong Road Roundabout, approximately 1,080 LF. 

27. Fairview Avenue (Baldwin Drive to Concord Avenue);
Roadway and utility improvements from Baldwin Drive south to Concord Avenue, approximately 4,610 LF.

28. Fairview Avenue (Sand Creek Road to San Jose Avenue);
Ultimate roadway widening of the east side of Fairview, south of Sand Creek Road to San Jose Avenue, approximately 1,750 LF; improvements include landscaping, storm drain and a 12” non-potable water line.

29. Pulte Park Improvements;
Improvements to a 5.7 acre park.

30. O’Hara Avenue Widening and Traffic Signal;
Roadway and utility improvements from Neroly Road south to Lone Tree Way. The approximately 1,000 LF portion along the project frontage includes construction of 28-ft. wide pavement section with curb and gutter, a 30-ft. wide parkway with a 6-ft. sidewalk, soundwall, and transition improvements to the north. The approximately 1,600 LF portion south of the project frontage includes overlay of the existing street and 8-ft. widening south to Lone Tree Way. The improvement also includes installation of a traffic signal at Lone Tree Way. 

31. Subtotal;
Items 1 through 7.

32. Contingency;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.

33. Plan Check;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.

34. Inspection;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.

35. Civil Engineer;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.

36. Soils Engineer;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.

37. Landscape Architect;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.

38. Utility Consultant;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.

39. Right-of-Way Agent;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.

40. Subtotal;
Items 9 through 16.

41. Prepayment of Wastewater Facilities Fee;
Prepayment of wastewater facilities fees to fund Capital Improvements to the City’s Wastewater Treatment System.
$ 1,300.00/unit for the Grupe Communities project (Subdivision 8383 & 8411)
$ 2,075.12/unit for the Pulte Communities project (Subdivision 8089)
$ 3,073.30/unit for the Beck Development project (Subdivision 8369 & 8370)
$ 3,073.30/unit for the Lone Tree Partners project (Subdivision 8395)
$ 3,073.30/unit for the DeNova Homes project (Subdivision 8416)
$ 3,073.30/unit for the Deer Creek Partners project (Subdivision 8352)

42. Prepayment of Parks and Trails Fee;
Prepayment of parks and trails fees to accelerate projects within the City.
$ 1,950.00/unit for the Grupe Communities project (Subdivision 8383 & 8411)
$ 1,950.00/unit for the Pulte Communities project (Subdivision 8089)
$ 789.21/unit for the Beck Development project (Subdivision 8369 & 8370)
$ 789.21/unit for the Lone Tree Partners project (Subdivision 8395)
$ 789.21/unit for the Pulte Homes project (Subdivision 8226 & 8402)
$ 789.21/unit for the DeNova Homes project (Subdivision 8416)
$ 789.21/unit for the Deer Creek Partners project (Subdivision 8352)

43. Prepayment of Roadway Fee;
Prepayment of roadway improvement fees to accelerate projects within the City.
$ 6,600.00/unit for the Beck Development project (Subdivision 8369 & 8370)
$ 3,500.00/unit for the Pulte Homes project (Subdivision 8226 & 8402)
$ 6,600.00/unit for the DeNova Homes project (Subdivision 8416)
$ 6,600.00/unit for the Deer Creek Partners project (Subdivision 8352)

44. Purchase of Prior CIFP 94-1 Bonds
Purchase of prior CIFP 94-1 bond liens attributable to nine properties within the Grupe Project.

45. Subtotal;
Items 18 through 21.

46. Total Cost;
Items 8, 17 and 22.

Possible Additional Items of Work;
a) Grupe Park Improvements (Grupe Communities)
b) Armstrong Road (Grupe Communities)
c) Rockwell Street (Grupe Communities)
d) Walnut Boulevard-Widening at ECCID Main Canal (Grupe Communities)
e) Fairview Avenue (Pulte Communities)
f) Fairview Avenue (Lone Tree Partners)
g) Pulte Park Improvements (Pulte Homes)
h) O’Hara Avenue (Pulte Homes)


RESOLUTION NO. 


RESOLUTION PRELIMINARILY APPROVING ENGINEER’S REPORT,
SETTING DATE FOR PUBLIC HEARING OF PROTESTS AND
PROVIDING FOR PROPERTY OWNER BALLOTS 
FOR ASSESSMENT DISTRICT NO. 2000-1


WHEREAS, at the direction of this City Council, the City Engineer of the City of Brentwood, as Engineer of Work for improvement proceedings in Assessment District No. 2000﷓1, City of Brentwood, County of Contra Costa, State of California, has filed with the City Clerk the report described in Section 10204 of the Streets and Highways Code (Municipal Improvement Act of 1913, hereafter in this resolution referred to as “the Act”), and containing the matters required by Article XIIID of the California Constitution (“Article XIIID”), and it is appropriate for this Council to preliminarily approve said report and to schedule the public hearing of protests respecting said report. A brief description of the public improvements as described in said report is attached hereto as Exhibit A.
NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL HEREBY FINDS, DETERMINES AND RESOLVES as follows:
Section 1. The foregoing recital is true and correct, and the City Council so finds and determines.
Section 2. This Council preliminarily approves the report without modification, for the purpose of conducting a public hearing of protests as provided in the Act, Article XIIID, and Section 53753 of the California Government Code. Said report shall stand as the report for the purpose of all subsequent proceedings under the Act and Section 53753, except that it may be confirmed, modified, or corrected as provided in the Act.
Section 3. This Council hereby sets 7:30 o’clock P.M. or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, on October 10, 2000, in the Council Chambers at 734 Third Street, Brentwood, California 94513, as the time and place for a public hearing of protests to the proposed public improvements, the proposed levy of assessments, the amounts of individual assessments, and related matters as set forth in said report, and any interested person may appear and object to said public improvements, or to the extent of said assessment district or to said proposed assessment.
Section 4. The City Clerk is hereby directed to cause a notice of said public hearing to be given by mailing notices thereof, together with assessment ballots, in the time, form and manner provided by Section 53753, and upon the completion of the mailing of said notices and assessment ballots, the City Clerk is hereby directed to file with the Council an affidavit setting forth the time and manner of the compliance with the requirements of law for mailing said notices and assessment ballots.
Section 5. John Stevenson, City Engineer of the City of Brentwood, 150 City Park Way, Brentwood, California 94513, telephone (925) 516-5420, is hereby designated to answer inquiries regarding the protest proceedings.
Section 6. This resolution shall take effect immediately upon its passage.
PASSED AND ADOPTED this 8th day of August 2000, by the following vote:

AYES:
NOES: 
ABSENT:


EXHIBIT A

ASSESSMENT DISTRICT NO. 2000-1
CITY OF BRENTWOOD, CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
DESCRIPTION OF IMPROVEMENTS
The City Council intends to order the acquisition of the following improvements under the authority of the Municipal Improvement Act of 1913:
47. Grupe Park Improvements;
Improvements to a 5.1 acre park.
48. Armstrong Road;
Roadway and utility improvements from Carnegie Lane north to Balfour Road, approximately 980 LF; and including a temporary turnaround at Nunn Street; a 70-ft radius Roundabout; and Balfour Road median island improvements. 
49. Rockwell Street;
Roadway and utility improvements from Walnut Boulevard east to the Armstrong Road Roundabout, approximately 1,080 LF. 
50. Fairview Avenue (Baldwin Drive to Concord Avenue);
Roadway and utility improvements from Baldwin Drive south to Concord Avenue, approximately 4,610 LF.
51. Fairview Avenue (Sand Creek Road to San Jose Avenue);
Ultimate roadway widening of the east side of Fairview, south of Sand Creek Road to San Jose Avenue, approximately 1,750 LF; improvements include landscaping, storm drain and a 12” non-potable water line.
52. Pulte Park Improvements;
Improvements to a 5.7 acre park.
53. O’Hara Avenue Widening and Traffic Signal;
Roadway and utility improvements from Neroly Road south to Lone Tree Way. The approximately 1,000 LF portion along the project frontage includes construction of 28-ft. wide pavement section with curb and gutter, a 30-ft. wide parkway with a 6-ft. sidewalk, soundwall, and transition improvements to the north. The approximately 1,600 LF portion south of the project frontage includes overlay of the existing street and 8-ft. widening south to Lone Tree Way. The improvement also includes installation of a traffic signal at Lone Tree Way. 
54. Subtotal;
Items 1 through 7.
55. Contingency;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.
56. Plan Check;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.
57. Inspection;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.
58. Civil Engineer;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.
59. Soils Engineer;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.
60. Landscape Architect;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.
61. Utility Consultant;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.
62. Right-of-Way Agent;
Included in estimates for items 1 through 7.
63. Subtotal;
Items 9 through 16.
64. Prepayment of Wastewater Facilities Fee;
Prepayment of wastewater facilities fees to fund Capital Improvements to the City’s Wastewater Treatment System.
$ 1,300.00/unit for the Grupe Communities project (Subdivision 8383 & 8411)
$ 2,075.12/unit for the Pulte Communities project (Subdivision 8089)
$ 3,073.30/unit for the Beck Development project (Subdivision 8369 & 8370)
$ 3,073.30/unit for the Lone Tree Partners project (Subdivision 8395)
$ 3,073.30/unit for the DeNova Homes project (Subdivision 8416)
$ 3,073.30/unit for the Deer Creek Partners project (Subdivision 8352)
65. Prepayment of Parks and Trails Fee;
Prepayment of parks and trails fees to accelerate projects within the City.
$ 1,950.00/unit for the Grupe Communities project (Subdivision 8383 & 8411)
$ 1,950.00/unit for the Pulte Communities project (Subdivision 8089)
$ 789.21/unit for the Beck Development project (Subdivision 8369 & 8370)
$ 789.21/unit for the Lone Tree Partners project (Subdivision 8395)
$ 789.21/unit for the Pulte Homes project (Subdivision 8226 & 8402)
$ 789.21/unit for the DeNova Homes project (Subdivision 8416)
$ 789.21/unit for the Deer Creek Partners project (Subdivision 8352)
66. Prepayment of Roadway Fee;
Prepayment of roadway improvement fees to accelerate projects within the City.
$ 6,600.00/unit for the Beck Development project (Subdivision 8369 & 8370)
$ 3,500.00/unit for the Pulte Homes project (Subdivision 8226 & 8402)
$ 6,600.00/unit for the DeNova Homes project (Subdivision 8416)
$ 6,600.00/unit for the Deer Creek Partners project (Subdivision 8352)
67. Purchase of Prior CIFP 94-1 Bonds
Purchase of prior CIFP 94-1 bond liens attributable to nine properties within the Grupe Project.
68. Subtotal;
Items 18 through 21.
69. Total Cost;
Items 8, 17 and 22.
Possible Additional Items of Work;
a) Grupe Park Improvements (Grupe Communities)
b) Armstrong Road (Grupe Communities)
c) Rockwell Street (Grupe Communities)
d) Walnut Boulevard-Widening at ECCID Main Canal (Grupe Communities)
e) Fairview Avenue (Pulte Communities)
f) Fairview Avenue (Lone Tree Partners)
g) Pulte Park Improvements (Pulte Homes)
h) O’Hara Avenue (Pulte Homes)

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