CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
ITEM NO. 09
Meeting Date: March 12, 2002
Subject/Title: Execute Three License Agreements with East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) for the installation of a Storm Drainage, a Non-Potable Water, and a Fiber Optic Line as shown on the Drainage Area 52C Storm Line A Improvement Plans and crossing under the EBMUD Mokelumne Aqueducts south of Sunset Road near the City Limits.
Submitted by: Engineering: B. Grewal /B. Bornstein
Approved by: John Stevenson, City Manager
Approve a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute Three License Agreements with East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) for the installation of a Storm Drainage, a Non-Potable Water, and a Fiber Optic Line as shown on the Drainage Area 52C Storm Line A Improvement Plans and crossing under the EBMUD Mokelumne Aqueducts south of Sunset Road near the City Limits.
On March 17, 1992, by Resolution No. 92-04, the City Council approved Tentative Subdivision Map No. 7605, with conditions requiring Signature Homes to construct Storm Line A.
In June of 1993, the City Council adopted the General Plan including Chapter III – Infrastructure Element, Policy 1.4.2 – Reuse. This policy directs staff to explore ways to use secondary recycled wastewater, including irrigation, dust control, soil compaction, fire protection and to investigate new technology for the use of recycled water.
On August 22, 2000, by Resolution No. 2139, the City Council adopted the Advanced Technology (Fiber Optics) Master Plan and authorized the City Engineer to make revisions to the specifications and details as necessary in the future.
The attached License Agreements between EBMUD and the City of Brentwood permit the City to install Drainage Area 52C Storm Line A System, City Non-Potable Water System, and City Fiber Optic System across EBMUD aqueducts located adjacent to Sunset Road near the City Limits, at EBMUD stationing P2902+85, P2902+90, and P2902+50. These License Agreements are imperative in order for the City to direct Signature Homes to commence work on the Storm Drain Line A Improvements, which include the non-potable waterline and fiber optics. With the completion of the Storm Line A project, the drainage line will be extended from the Waste Water Treatment Plant southerly up to the existing Garin Ranch basins located at the southwest corner of Chestnut and Sellers Avenue. Further, the completion of the non-potable waterline is an integral part of complying with State requirements for the new Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements. The fiber optic conduit installation will make it possible in the near future to link City offices (i.e. WWTP, City Hall, Corp Yard, etc.)
The funds for the Drainage Improvements for this project are provided by the Developer and Contra Costa County Flood Control District Drainage Area 52C fees. The Non-potable Water Improvements are funded by the Water Enterprise Funds. The Fiber Optic Improvements are funded from Roadway Facility Fees.