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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO. 18

Meeting Date: July 12, 2005

Subject/Title: Adopt Resolutions to approve the execution of the Second Amendment to Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement for East Contra Costa Regional Fee and Financing Authority (ECCRFFA) and the City of Brentwood and approving the East Contra Costa Regional Fee Program Update Report, including a revised schedule of regional transportation development impact mitigation fees and a revised projects list of transportation improvements as shown in Attachment 1 – 2005 Amendment to East Contra Costa Regional Fee and Financing Authority Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement, and the Supplemental Agreement terminating East County Transportation Improvement Authority (ECTIA).

Prepared by: Engineering: Linda Vargas

Submitted by: Engineering: Bailey Grewal

RECOMMENDATION
Adopt Resolutions approving the execution of the Second Amendment to Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement (JEPA) between the City of Brentwood (City) and the East Contra Costa Regional Fee and Financing Authority to consolidate the activities of ECCRFFA and ECTIA, approve and adopt the East Contra Costa Regional Fee Program Update and Nexus Report which includes a revised fee schedule and a revised projects list of transportation improvements as shown in Attachment 1 – 2005 Amendment to ECCRFFA JEPA and also terminate ECTIA since the activities of ECCRFFA and ECTIA are being consolidating by amending the ECCRFFA Agreement to provide for ECCRFFA to take over the uniform regional development fee program and projects previously administered by ECTIA .

PREVIOUS ACTION
In 1994 by resolution 94 -125 Brentwood approved a new JEPA with the Cities of Antioch and Pittsburg together with the County of Contra Costa to establish ECCRFFA to fund regional traffic improvements and set up the Uniform Regional Development Fee Program to establish the fees for the funding and implementation of those improvements.

In 1999 Council approved the execution of an amendment to the JEPA to outline financial responsibilities and agency duties regarding projects in the City and also add the City of Oakley to ECCRFFA.

In 2001 a comprehensive update of the program was done to help fund additional transportation improvements. The City of Pittsburg did not agree with all the findings of that update, so in 2002 ECTIA was formed with the County and the Cities of Antioch, Brentwood and Oakley. An update to this Fee Program was approved by the adoption of a Resolution by the Board of Directors of the East Contra Costa Regional Fee and Financing Authority on June 16, 2005.

BACKGROUND
In 1994 the Cities of Antioch, Brentwood and Pittsburg together with the County of Contra Costa entered into an Agreement pursuant to California Government Code Section 6500 et seq., entitled East Contra Costa Regional Fee and Financing Authority (ECCRFFA) Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement (JEPA). With the incorporation of the City of Oakley in 1999, the parties amended the agreement to add Oakley as an additional member of the ECCRFFA, pursuant to Sections 3C and 16. Together they established a Uniform Regional Development Fee Program (Fee Program) for the funding and implementation of transportation improvement projects in the East County area. In 2001, ECCRFFA initiated a study to update the Fee Program that was discussed in public meetings of the ECCRFFA Board in the fall of 2003 and ECCRFFA contracted with Fehr & Peers to prepare a detailed “East Contra Costa Regional Fee Program Update Report which was completed and approved by the Board of Directors on June 16, 2005.

The report established that projected new development in the Cities of Antioch, Brentwood, Oakley and Pittsburg and the unincorporated eastern portion of Contra Costa County will further congest the freeways and arterial roadways and place additional demand on the regional transportation system. The report found a total of twenty-six regional transportation and traffic projects that are necessary to accommodate the future planned growth and its associated traffic demand. The specific transportation improvements to be financed by the fees are described in Table 3 of the Report which is deemed to be the capital improvement plan of ECCRFFA.

Antioch, Brentwood, Oakley, Pittsburg and the County now wish to consolidate the activities of ECCRFFA and ECTIA by amending the ECCRFFA Agreement to provide for ECCRFFA to take over the uniform regional development fee program and projects previously administered by ECTIA and by terminating the ECTIA Agreement and ECTIA. This amendment was approved by the East Contra Costa Regional Fee and Financing Authority at their meeting of June 16, 2005.

Now under JEPA each of the participating agencies must also adopt this amendment to put the fees into affect.

FISCAL IMPACT
Proposed Regional Development Fee for approval is a follows:
Single family residential per dwelling unit $15,000.00
Multi family residential per dwelling unit $ 9,207.92
Commercial per square foot of gross floor area $ 1.25
Industrial per square foot of gross floor area $ 1.10
Office per square foot of gross floor area $ 1.10
Other per peak hour trip as determined $15,000.00/trip

Attachments
Resolutions
JEPA
ECCRFFA Final Report
ECCRFFA Technical Appendix to the Final Report

RESOLUTION NO.

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE THE SECOND AMENDMENT TO JOINT EXERCISE OF POWERS AGREEMENT FOR EAST CONTRA COSTA REGIONAL FEE AND FINANCING AUTHORITY (ECCRFFA)

WHEREAS, in 1994 the City of Brentwood approved a new JEPA with the Cities of Antioch and Pittsburg together with the County of Contra Costa to establish ECCRFFA to fund regional traffic improvements; and

WHEREAS, that original JEPA has been amended to add the City of Oakley; and

WHEREAS, in 2001 the City of Pittsburg disagreed with the results of a comprehensive update of the program and therefore the Cities of Brentwood, Antioch and Oakley and the County of Contra Costa established another JEPA – ECTIA – to carry on the program; and

WHEREAS, Antioch, Brentwood, Oakley, Authority and the County now desire to consolidate the activities of ECCRFFA and ECTIA by terminating ECTIA.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Brentwood hereby authorize the City Manager to execute the second amendment to ECCRFFA.

PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Brentwood at a regular meeting held on the 12th day of July, 2005 by the following vote:

RESOLUTION NO. ____

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD APPROVING AND ADOPTING THE EAST CONTRA COSTA REGIONAL FEE PROGRAM UPDATE REPORT, INCLUDING A REVISED SCHEDULE OF REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION DEVELOPMENT IMPACT MITIGATION FEES AND A REVISED PROJECTS LIST OF TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENTS

WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Brentwood hereby finds the following to be true and correct:

1. Effective August 9, 1994, the Cities of Antioch, Brentwood, and Pittsburg, together with the County of Contra Costa, entered into an Agreement pursuant to California Government Code Section 6500 et seq., entitled “East Contra Costa Regional Fee and Financing Authority Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement” (referred to as the “Agreement”), which provided for the creation of a separate Joint Powers Agency (“ECCRFFA” or “Authority”), to assist in the establishment of a Uniform Regional Development Fee Program and the funding and implementation of transportation improvement projects in the East County area. The ECCRFFA area of jurisdiction is defined as “Region” in the Agreement. With the incorporation of the City of Oakley, effective July 1, 1999, the Parties amended the Agreement to add Oakley as an additional member of the ECCRFFA, pursuant to Sections 3C and 16 of the Agreement, effective October 4, 1999. The four (4) Cities listed above and the County are the “Member Agencies” of ECCRFFA.

2. Pursuant to the Agreement, ECCRFFA has established its purposes—namely,

A. To establish a Uniform Regional Development Fee Program (“Fee Program”) within the region, and to coordinate planning and implementation of the Fee Program within a single public agency.

B. To identify Projects to be funded by the Fee Program solely or in conjunction with other funding sources.

C. To establish funding goals for identified projects, and to seek commitments from the Parties to this Agreement regarding funding for the Projects.

D. To establish an implementation schedule for Projects.

E. To establish fee collection, financing, and management mechanisms, and to formalize institutional arrangements for the implementation of the Fee Program.

3. Pursuant to the Mitigation Fee Act, California Government Code Section 66000, et seq., a local agency is authorized to charge a fee to development applicants in connection with approval of a development project for the purpose of defraying all or a portion of the costs of public facilities related to the development project.

4. In furtherance of the its purposes and goals, ECCRFFA undertook the conduct of studies and the preparation and approval of reports, commencing with the “Development Program Report for the Eastern Contra Costa Sub Regional Transportation Mitigation Fee”, prepared by and for the Contra Costa Public Works Department dated March 8, 1994.

5. In 2001, ECCRFFA initiated a comprehensive update of the Program to help fund additional regional transportation improvements. That update, which was documented in a report entitled “East Contra Costa Fee Program Update”, prepared by ECCRFFA’s consultants (Fehr and Peers), dated May, 2001, included a list of capital improvement projects and an updated fee structure for new development. The update was not formally approved by ECCRFFA, but a modified report, the “East County Transportation Improvement Authority Fee Study”, addressing similar transportation needs, facilities, costs, and fees, was approved by each of the four (4) Members (Antioch, Brentwood, Oakley, and the County) pursuant to a new and separate Joint Powers Authority known as the East County Transportation Improvement Authority (“ECTIA”), in January 2002.

6. From 1994 to date, ECCRFFA and its Member Agencies have used several different, but synonymous names to refer to the ECCRFFA developer fees for mitigation of transportation congestion and related impacts.

7. In recognition of continuing growth and development in the areas of each of the Member Agencies, the ECCRFFA staff and Board of Directors determined that a further updating of all relevant data was appropriate, including the adoption, if necessary, of a revised and increased capital improvement plan and including Regional Transportation-Development Impact Mitigation Fees, hereinafter referred to as “RTDIM Fees”, by each of the ECCRFFA Member Agencies.

8. The initiative to update the Fee Program was discussed at public meetings of the ECCRFFA Board in the fall of 2003, and ECCRFFA contracted with Fehr & Peers, Transportation Consultants, on November 1, 2003, to prepare a detailed “East Contra Costa Regional Fee Program Update Report” (“Report”). The draft of the Report dated June, 2005, has been completed and was submitted to the ECCRFFA Board of Directors for review and consideration.

9. In the course of the study process and preparing the Report, information and input was obtained from the TRANSPLAN Technical Advisory Committee, the lead engineers from each Member City and the County of Contra Costa, the Executive Committee comprised of the City Managers of each Member City and the Chief Administrative Office of the County, as well as the County Counsel’s office.

10. In the course of the study, in discussions with the Advisory Committee and staff, and in the preparation of the Report, the contract Consultants referred to and utilized numerous professional and industry related publications, including but not limited to:

• Response to Proposed Route 4 Bypass Authority Development Fee Program, Korve Engineering, April 1993

• Brief Guide of Vehicular Traffic Generation rates, San Diego Association of Governments, July 1998

• Route 4 East Corridor Major Investment Study, Contra Costa Transportation Authority, May 1999

• Projections 2000, Association of Bay Area Governments, 2000

• East County Transportation Improvement Authority Fee Study, Final Report Fehr & Peers Associates, January 2002

• SR 4 East Corridor Transit Study, Contra Costa Transportation Authority, December 2002

• Trip Generation, 7th Edition, Institute of Transportation Engineers, 2003

• Traffic Service Objectives Monitoring Report, Contra Costa Transportation Authority, December 2004

• Action Plans for the Routes of Regional Significance, Transportation Planning Committee for East County

• East County Travel Demand Model, a computer program of the Contra Costa Transportation Authority

These documents have been presented to the ECCRFFA Board and to the City of Brentwood and were available to all interested persons as required by law.

11. In the course of the study and as one basis for the findings, conclusions, and recommendations in the Report, the contract Consultants reviewed regional land use forecasts provided by the Association of Bay Area Governments (“ABAG”), and the General Plans of each of the ECCRFFA Member Agencies reflecting land use projections, including future population and employment growth. The City of Brentwood has adopted an update to its General Plan.

12. The Report establishes that projected new development in the Cities of Antioch, Brentwood, Oakley, and Pittsburg and the unincorporated eastern portion of the County of Contra Costa will further congest the freeways and arterial roadways and place additional demand on the regional transportation system.

13. Future development in the service area of ECCRFFA will generate the need for the additional regional traffic improvements specified in the Report, and that these regional traffic improvements are consistent with the General Plans of the Member Agencies, including specifically the City of Brentwood.

14. Travelers on some of the regional transportation facilities described in Table 3 of the Report, currently experience congestion and delays which are expected to increase in severity as the result of projected development. Expansion and construction of related improvements to the identified transportation facilities will increase the flow of traffic, reduce congestion and noise, and improve safety and air quality throughout the Regional Area. Based upon this data, the City Council finds that there is a reasonable relationship between the need for the expansion and other transportation improvements to the identified transportation facilities projects and to the types of development on which the fee is imposed.

15. The Report finds that a total of twenty-six (26) regional traffic/transportation projects are necessary to accommodate future growth and its associated traffic demand, including projects within the City. The specific transportation improvements to be financed by the fees are described in Table 3 of the Report which is deemed to be the capital improvement plan of ECCRFFA.

16. The estimated costs of the capital improvements, the continued need for those improvements and the reasonable relationship between such need and the impacts of the various types of development pending or anticipated and for which the fee is charged, were studied and reviewed as a part of the Report project.

17. The regional traffic/transportation projects are necessary for the safety and capacity of the transportation system as determined by planned growth forecasted by ABAG for the agencies participating in the Agreement relating to the ECCRFFA.

18. The projects will be funded by RTDIM Fees uniformly assessed over the entire East County region on a per dwelling unit or per square foot of gross floor area basis. The fee-funded portion of the cost of the projects has been distributed between the individual land use categories based on a peak hour trip generation factor, all as specified in the Report. The fees are also calculated in the Report.

19. The purpose of this Fee Program is to generate monies that will fund the projects. The projects will improve safety and provide additional transportation capacity. In this way, the transportation system can keep pace with the planned growth in the areas of each of the Member Agencies by providing assistance for the transportation needs and improved infrastructure contained in the General Plans of the Member Agencies including the City of Brentwood.

20. The RTDIM Fees will enable the ECCRFFA to construct and to provide regional traffic improvements and to provide road and transportation facilities to meet the needs of new residents and employees in the communities served by the ECCRFFA.

21. Adoption of increased RTDIM Fees, together with other sources of revenue, will provide for the implementation of a transportation system that provides access to the major developed areas of East County and maintains acceptable travel conditions on the regional roadway and freeway system.

22. The RTDIM Fees will be used to pay for administration of the fee area and for the planning, environmental documentation, design, acquisition of right-of-way, and construction of the projects.

23. Revenues received from RTDIM Fees imposed by the Member Agencies and transmitted to ECCRFFA at the current rates are not sufficient to meet the funding needs for the regional traffic/transportation projects identified in the Project List, Table 3 of the Report.

24. That the cost estimates set forth in Table 3 of the Report are reasonable cost estimates for constructing the projects, and the fees expected to be generated by future developments will not exceed the total costs of constructing the regional traffic improvements. There is a reasonable relationship between the amount of the RTDIM Fees set forth in Exhibit “A” and the cost of the public facilities or portion of the public facilities attributable to the development on which the fee is imposed.

25. The Report establishes, by use of a six-step technical analysis, that ECCRFFA-wide uniform RTDIM Fees are justified as being reasonably related to the types of development on which the fees are to be imposed, and that there is a reasonable relationship between the need for the facilities described in Table 3 of the Report and the types of development on which the fees are imposed, i.e., single family, multiple family, commercial, office, industrial, and other uses. The method of allocation of the fee schedule in Exhibit “A” to a particular development within a class, bears a fair and reasonable relationship to each development’s burden on, and benefit from the regional transportation improvements to be funded by the fees.

26. There is a reasonable relationship between the fee’s use and the type of development projects on which the fees are imposed, in that the types of development subject to the fees will generate additional traffic which will place additional demand on the regional transportation system. The additional traffic generated by the development projects will result in a need to expand, extend, or improve existing transportation facilities and a need to construct new facilities to mitigate the adverse traffic effects that would otherwise result from such development. Construction of the improvements specified in the Report will result in improved traffic flow, reduced congestion and noise, and improved safety and air quality in the study area.

27. The RTDIM fees collected pursuant to this resolution will be used for transportation improvements that will mitigate impacts and reduce traffic congestion and delays, and improve noise, safety and air quality through the regional area, and the City Council finds that there is a reasonable relationship between the use of the RTDIM Fees (transportation improvements) and the type of development projects upon which the fees are imposed.

28. The City of Brentwood has established authority for imposing and charging a regional transportation development impact mitigation fee applicable to the development within the City, including the RTDIM fee described in this resolution.

29. These fees implement policies of the City of Brentwood General Plan including the policies that new development shall contribute its fair share of the cost of on and off-site public infrastructure and services. This shall include installation of public facilities, payment of impact fees, and participation in a Capital Improvement Financing Program.

30. The City Council determines that the adoption of this RTDIM Fees resolution is statutorily exempt from the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) pursuant to Section 21080(b)(8) of the Public Resources Code and Section 15273(a)(4) of the CEQA Guidelines because the fees collected from this action will be used for regional transportation infrastructure necessary to maintain an acceptable level of service within existing service areas. Once sufficient funds are collected and prior to approval of the final alignment and configuration of the individual transportation improvement projects, ECCRFFA or the City of Brentwood will take all other CEQA required actions. The City Council further finds that the adoption of the automatic change in the RTDIM fees annually in accordance with changes in the Engineering News Record Index is also statutorily exempt under Section 15273(a)(4) of the California Environmental Quality Act because the amount of any increase is precisely determinable based on the published change of the Index and relates solely to the increase of construction costs for the previously identified projects.

31. In accordance with Government Code Sections 66016-66018, at least 14 days prior to the public hearing at which this resolution was adopted, notice of the time and place of the hearing was mailed to eligible interested parties who filed written request with the City for mailed notice of meetings on new or increased fees or service charges and the Report was available for public review and comment for ten (10) days prior to the public hearing at which this resolution was adopted and ten (10) days advance notice of the public hearing at which this Resolution was adopted was given by publication in accordance with Section 6062(a) of the Government Code.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Brentwood does hereby RESOLVE:

Section I. Approval and Adoption of Report. After considering the studies and analyses prepared by ECCRFFA’s consultants and staff as reflected in the Final Report adopted by ECCRFFA, together with the testimony received at the public hearing, the City Council approves and adopts said Report including the Technical Appendix, and incorporates the Report by reference and makes it a part of this Resolution. The final Report is ordered to be kept on file with the City Clerk.

Section II. Basis for Findings. The Report and the referenced publications contain sufficient information for the City Council to make the above findings, and the City Council declares that it has relied thereon in reaching its conclusions and recommendations set forth herein

Section III. Adoption of Findings. Based on this review, the City Council adopts such findings and conclusions set forth herein as its findings in support of adopting a revised schedule of RTDIM Fees, in accordance with the funding scenario described as Alternative B in Chapter 5 of the Report, and as specifically set forth in Exhibit “A”, attached hereto and incorporated herein.

Section IV. Adoption of Fees.

A. The RTDIM fees set forth in Exhibit A, ECCRFFA Fee Schedule attached hereto, are enacted as the development fees of the City of Brentwood for transportation impacts.
B. Those fees established by this resolution shall on January 1 of each year be automatically increased or decreased from the amount then applicable by the same percentage as the percentage of increase or decrease in construction costs between September 1 of the calendar year immediately preceding September 1 of the current calendar year, based on the Engineering News-Record Construction Costs Index – San Francisco Bay area, without further action of the City Council.

C. The RTDIM Fees collected pursuant to this resolution shall be used exclusively for the projects listed in Table 3 of the Report.

Section V. Payment of Fee.

A. The applicable RTDIM fee shall be determined on the basis of the fee schedule in effect at the time of the building permit, or other applicable permit is issued. If no permit is required, then the fees are payable in the amounts in effect at the commencement of the project. The Chief Building Official or other official designated by the City Manager shall determine the amount of the fee in accordance with the standards set forth in this resolution.

B. The property owner shall pay to the City, the Regional Transportation Development Impact Mitigation Fee (the “RTDIM”) imposed under this chapter in the amount established by this resolution. The fee shall be paid prior to the issuance of a building permit.

C. No building permit shall be issued for property within the City unless the RTDIM fee for that property is paid as required by this resolution.

D. The RTDIM fees shall also be paid as a condition of an extension or renewal of a public permit issued after passage of this Resolution if a fee has not been paid previously.

Section VI. Exemptions from Fee. The RTDIM fee shall not be imposed in the following instances of a development project:

A. To the extent a development demonstrates it has rights vested at an earlier, specified amount of transportation impact fees pursuant to a previously adopted development fee schedule of ECCRFFA or ECTIA, or an agreement by and between the City and the developer, this fee schedule may not apply.

B. The fee shall not be required of any project involving replacement of existing structures destroyed by fire or other natural disaster or constructed as part of a redevelopment project, or to rehabilitation of existing structures where the total cost of the work undertaken is less than fifty percent (50%) of the value of the existing structure.

C. The following uses are categorically exempt from the fees imposed by this Resolution: Christmas tree lots, seasonal fruit stands, mobile food vendors, and circuses and carnivals.

D. Any alteration or addition to a residential structure, except to the extent that a residential unit is added to a single family residential unit or another unit is added to an existing multi-family residential unit.

Section VII. Use of Fee Revenue.

The revenues raised by payment of the Fee shall be placed in a separate, interest-bearing account to permit accounting for such revenues and the interest that they generate until such time as the fees are remitted to ECCRFFA.

Fees paid pursuant to this resolution shall be remitted periodically to the East Contra Costa Regional Fee and Financing Authority, to be placed in a fund to be used solely for the purposes and projects as described below. Any interest accumulated on such funds shall also be used only for said purposes and projects.

A. To pay for acquisition/construction of the Improvements;

B. To pay for design, engineering, construction of and property acquisition for, and reasonable costs of outside consultant studies related to, the Improvements;

C. To reimburse ECCRFFA for the Improvements constructed by ECCRFFA with funds from other sources including funds from other public entities, unless such funds were obtained from grants or gifts intended by the grantor to be used for the Improvements’

D. To reimburse developers that have designed and constructed a usable portion of any of the Improvements with prior City and/or ECCRFFA approval and have entered into an agreement, as provided in Section 13, below; and

E. To pay for and/or reimburse costs of program development and ongoing administration of the Fee Program, including, but not limited to, the cost of studies, legal costs, and other costs of updating the Fee.

Section VIII. Periodic Review and Adjustments to Fees.

A. Within one hundred eighty (180) days after the close of each fiscal year, the City Manager or his designee shall prepare a report for the City Council, pursuant to Government Code Section 66006, identifying the balance of fees in the account at the beginning and end of the fiscal year, the fee, interest, and other income, and the amount of expenditure by public facility, any refunds, and other expenditures.

B. The City shall make the periodic report available to the public, and the City Council shall review the report at a regularly scheduled meeting in accordance with Section 66006.

C. The City shall similarly conduct the periodic review under Government Code Section 66001(d) every five (5) years.

D. Pursuant to Government Code Section 66002, the City Council shall also annually review, as a part of its Capital Improvement Plan, the ECCRFFA regional traffic improvements to be financed with the RTDIM fees. The City Council shall make findings identifying the purpose to which the existing fee balances are to be put and demonstrating a reasonable relationship between the fee and the purpose for which it is charged. This annual review may warrant adjustments to the RTDIM fees adopted herein subject to recommendations by the ECCRFFA Board.

Section IX. Applicable Law. The RTDIM Fees are fees imposed upon new development projects, as defined and authorized by the Mitigation Fee Act, California Government Code Sections 66000 et seq., and accordingly are not governed by the provisions of California Constitution Article XIIID.

Section X. Severability. Each component of the Fee and all portions of this resolution are severable. Should any individual component of the Fee or any portion of this resolution be adjudged to be invalid and unenforceable by a body of competent jurisdiction, then the remaining Fee components and/or resolution portions shall be and continue in full force and effect, except as to those Fee components and/or resolution portions that have been adjudged invalid. The City Council of the City of Brentwood hereby declares that it would have adopted this resolution and each section, subsection, clause, sentence, phrase and other portion thereof, irrespective of the fact that one or more section, subsection, clause sentence, phrase or other portion may be held invalid or unconstitutional.

Section XI. Effective Date. This resolution shall become effective immediately. In accordance with Government Code Section 66017, the Fee shall be effective sixty (60) days from the effective date of this resolution.

PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Brentwood at a regular meeting held on the 12th day of July, 2005 by the following vote:

EXHIBIT “A”

ECCRFFA FEE SCHEDULE

Regional
Transportation
Development
Impact Mitigation
Land Use Category Fee Units Fees

Single family residential
units, duet homes, and
residential condominiums Per dwelling unit $15,000.00

Multiple family residential Per dwelling unit $ 9,208.00

Commercial Per square foot of $ 1.25
gross floor area

Office Per square foot of $ 1.10
gross floor area

Industrial Per square foot of $ 1.10
gross floor area

Other Per peak hour trip $15,000.00
as determined

RESOLUTION NO.

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE A SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT TERMINATING EAST COUNTY TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT AUTHORITY (ECTIA).


WHEREAS, in 2002 the Cities of Antioch, Brentwood and Oakley together used Contra Costa County formed the East County Transportation Improvement Authority (ECTIA), and

WHEREAS, the Cities of Antioch, Brentwood, Oakley, Pittsburg and Contra Costa County wish to consolidate the activities of ECCRFFA and ECTIA by having ECCRFFA assume responsibility for the problems previously administered by ECTIA by eliminating the ECTIA agreement.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Brentwood hereby authorizes the City Manager to execute the Supplemental Agreement terminating ECTIA.

PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Brentwood at a regular meeting held on the 12th day of July, 2005 by the following vote:

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