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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO. 2


Meeting Date: May 8, 2001

Subject/Title: Execute Consultant Services Agreement for Fiscal Year 2001/02 with Associated Right of Way Services, Inc.

Submitted by: J. Stevenson/M. Kirby

Approved by: Jon Elam, City Manager



RECOMMENDATION
Authorize the City Manager to execute a Consultant Services Agreement for fiscal year 2001/02, to continue utilizing the right-of-way services of Associated Right of Way Services, Inc.

PREVIOUS ACTION
On April 14, 1998, the City Council authorized the City Manager to execute a Consultant Services Agreement for fiscal year 1998/99, between Associated Right of Way Services, Inc., and the City of Brentwood for right-of-way, acquisitions, appraisals and other related issues in support of City operations.

On April 27, 1999, the City Council authorized the City Manger to execute a Consultant Services Agreement for fiscal year 1999/00, to continue utilizing the-right of-way services of Associated Right of Way Services, Inc.

On April 25, 2000, the City Council authorized the City Manager to execute a Consultant Services Agreement for fiscal year 2000/01, to continue utilizing the right-of-way services of Associated Right of Way Services, Inc.

BACKGROUND
Associated Right of Way Services, Inc. is currently working on the Brentwood Boulevard Widening (ISTEA) project. Due to their experience with Federal and State funded projects and the high level of respect afforded them by CalTrans employees, ARWS was instrumental in obtaining all the necessary right of way approvals for this project. ARWS is absolutely necessary when working on Federal and State Grant projects. The City has three more Federal and State funded projects that are currently in the initial process.

Additionally, ARWS is working on Sand Creek Road, NW Quadrant/CIFP 2000-01 (Lone Tree Widening), Realignment of Sunset Road, Fairview Imp./Traffic Signal at Minnesota, and numerous smaller projects and will work on some Capital Improvement Program and developer projects to be approved with the 2001/06 CIP Budget. Staff recommends the services of Associated Right of Way be continued to keep the projects moving forward in a consistent manner. With the growth of our community and the amount of work associated with this growth, the City will require contractual right-of-way services in addition to existing staff.

Attachments:
Agreement

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