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CM2016-088 PUB DISC STMTS FOR DEV FEES CM2016-088 elb (i(aizaso. City of Chino Hills MEMORANDUM DATE: November 28, 2016 TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council 41 FROM: Konradt Bartlam, City Manag-��' RE: PUBLIC DISCLOSURE STATE ENTS FOR DEVELOPMENT FEES In accordance with Government Code Section 66006(b), the City is required to make available on an annual basis, the collection, expenditure, and balance of the development fees account. The disclosure of the information to the public needs to be made within 180 days after the end of the fiscal year, and the City Council needs to review the disclosure statements not less than 15 days after the disclosure is made. The disclosure is on file for public viewing in the City Clerk and the Finance Department as of November 28, 2016. The disclosure statements are attached to this memo as Exhibits 1.A through 1.M and Exhibit 2. If you have any questions, please contact Judy Lancaster at extension 2642 or me. KB:JRL:ssr Attachments Exhibit l.A - 1. Exhibit 2 Public Disclosure Statement, Parkland (Quimby In-Lieu) Fees Exhibit 1.A City of Chino Hills Development Fee Description Development Fee Name I Brief Description of the Type of Fee Affordable Housing In-Lieu Fee The Affordable Housing In-Lieu fee is the fee assessed on new construction In the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the affordable housing unit. Development Impact In-Lieu Fee The Development Impact In-Lieu fee is the fee assessed on new construction In the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the related infrastructure.The In-Lieu Fee is designated to a specific project where the new construction has direct impact to the assessed area based on analysis: Existing Infrastructure Fee The Existing Infrastructure Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of existing infrastructure debt,In the form of credits earned through reimbursement agreements,assessment district installment payments made,the outstanding assessment district principal,and other reimbursement obligations of the city, General City Facilities Fee The General City Facilities Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the general city facilities,less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost,where appropriate. Parks&Recreation Facilities Fee The Parks&Recreation Facilities Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the parks and recreation facilities,Including land development,less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost,where appropriate, Parkland(Quimby In-Lieu)Fee The Parkland(Quimby In-Lieu)Fee is the fee assessed on new construction In the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the parks or recreation facilities,including land development, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing developments share of such cost,where appropriate. Sewer Facilities Fee The Sewer Facilities fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the sewer facilities,less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost,where appropriate. Storm Drain Facilities Fee The Storm Drain Facilities Fee is the fee assessed on new construction In the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the storm drain facilities, less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost,where appropriate. Traffic Facilities Fee The Traffic Facilities Fee Is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the traffic facilities,less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing developments share of such cost,where appropriate, • Traffic Signal Fee The Traffic Signal Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the related traffic infrastructure,less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing development's share of such cost,where appropriate.The Traffic Signal Fee is designated to a specific project where the new construction has direct impact to the assessed area based on analysis. Water Facilities Fee The Water Facilities Fee is the fee assessed on new construction in the amount representing new construction's proportionate share of the cost of constructing the water facilities,less any amount deducted from such cost representing existing developments share of such cost,where appropriate. Exhibit 1,6 City of Chino Hills Development Fee Schedule' Fee Category Land Use Type I Unit Amount of Fee Parks and Recreation Facilities Single-Family Dwelling Unit $ 2,422 Multi-Family Dwelling Unit 2,422 Parkland(Quimby In-Lieu) Single-Family Dwelling Unit 867 Multi-Family Dwelling Unit 867 Existing Infrastructure Single-Family Dwelling Unit 11,450 Multi-Family Dwelling Unit 11,450 Commercial LOGO SF 2,290 Business Park 1,000 SF 2.290 Private Institutional 1,000 SF 2,290 Public Institutional 1,000 SF 2,290 Commercial Recreation' TBDI 1 General City Facilities Single-Family Dwelling Unit 1,791 I Muld-Family Dwelling Unit 1,791 I Private Institutional 1,000 SF 698 j Commercial Recreation TBD Traffic Facilities Single-Family Dwelling Unit 226 i Multi-Family Dwelling Unit 226 I Storm Drain Facilities Single-Family Dwelling Unit 1,248 Multi-Family Dwelling Unit 1,248 Commercial 1,000 SF 861 Business Park 1.000 SF 646 Private Institutional 1.000 SF 861 . Public Institutional 1,000 SF 861 . Commercial Recreation TBD Water Facilltles2 ' Single-Family ' ' Dwelling Unit Multi-Family Dwelling Unit 4,443 Non-Residentia Per 1"meter 6,348 Non-Residentia Per I in"meter 9,522 • Non-Resldentla Per 2"meter 20,312 Non-Resldentla Per 3"meter 44,434 Non-Residentia Per 4"meter 76,172 Non-Residentla Per 8"meter 158,692 Non-Residentla Per 8"meter 228,518 Non-Residentla Per 10"meter 368.165 I Non-Residentla Per 12"meter 507,814 Sewer Facilities 3 Single-Family Dwelling Unit 457 j Multi-Family Dwelling Unit 457 I Non-Residential Dwelling Unit TBDI I Affordable Housing In-Lieu Single-Family Not to exceed$3,500 $1/Sq.Ft.l per unit 'Multi-Family !Not to exceed$1,000 I $1/Sq.Ft.l per unit I I I 1 Development Impact In-Lieu (See Below' I I 1 I I I I I Fees In effect during fiscal year 15-16 2 Imposed at time of connection. • 3 Not Imposed If septic system Is used, r Development Impact In-Lieu Fee Is determined based on the condition of the development and Is evaluated on a case by case basis,and therefore,varies In how much is required for each , related project EXHIBIT 1,C CITY OF CHINO HILLS PUBLIC DISCLOSURE STATEMENT PARKS&RECREATION FACILITIES FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30,2016 Beginning fund balance $ (1,109,307.98) Income: Parks&recreation facilities fee $ 1077,816,00 Apportioned interest 2,220.08 Fair market value adjustment 3,22690 1,083,262.98 Total Resources Available (28,04500) Expenditures: Debt service payments 17,981.64 Impact Fee Credits 987,933.80 (2) Administrative overhead 84,287.55 Total Expenditures 1,090,202.99 Ending fund balance June 30,2016 $ (1,116,247.99) (3) Notes: 1.Outstanding Interfund Obligation: New Community Park $ 1,385,750.00 No repayment for this Interfund Obligation during FY 15/16. 2.A total of$721,513.80 Parks&Recreation Facilities Fee Credits(90%of the original fees of$801,682) were assigned to Avalon In FY 15116,based on Agreement A14.34 for the construction of the Pinehurst Park. 3,There are no funds available for capital improvement projects at June 30, 2016. due to the outstanding Interfund obligation. EXHIBIT 1.D CITY OF CHINO HILLS PUBUC DISCLOSURE STATEMENT EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30,2018 Beginng Mid balance $ (745003515) Income: Existing bbesbucture fee $ 6739,915.40 Assessment district credits a lien payoff 490,156,11' Developer agreement credits 621,688,01 • Apportioned Interest 26,812,46 Fair market Value adjustment 34,76135 Settlement with Developers • 321,238.90 • 7,236,771.56 Total Available (213,264.09) Expenditures: Developer reirnbtrsament agreement 4,548,38927 e- Interest on developer agreement credit 9,890,79 ° Assessment district credits 490,466,44 ° • Assessment district aedts-settlement 131,80023 Interest on Intahud loss 58,071.83 Administrative overhead 467277.89 Total Expenditures 6,703,869.45 Ending find balance Jure 30,2018 $ (5,917,133,51) see nate 2 Notes: 1.'Outstanding Intenfird Oblgallon based on agreement 99-176(Rktiad?trelxrst),0048(Rhodes)and 00-49(Griffin): Wets Facilities Fee - $ 3,580,977.00 Sewer Fadltles Fee 97,193.16 IMenfund Obligation a Asandry at June 30,2016 $ 3558,170.16 `Cuing FY 15.16,a total of$1,779,070 was repaid to the General Fealties Fee Fund($761,182),the Traffic Facilities Fee Furd($140,597),the Stam Drain recites Fee Fund($681,666),and the Sewer recites Fee Fund($195,336) for N*IMenurat Obligation, Outstanding IMerfunj Obligation based on agreement 9534(LaSard): Stam Dram Facilities Fee $ 12,719,28 Water Far:kW Fee 38543.66 Sever Factites Fee 1.864.63 IMerfurd Obligation outstanding at June 30,2018 $ 53,127.69 Outstanding Inlakud Obligation based on renowned of the Assessment ChMds Cveds to the Great Indoors: Sewer Sty Fund $ 1,121,941,42 Sewer Fa. ties Fee 169,328.27 IMerfund Cbtigatnn outstandi g at June 30,2016 $ 1591267,89 Outstanding Irterfund Obligation based on legal settlement agreements: JPR Hones(Al2.14), Hunters Hi,L.P.(Al2-16),MJ Bray,LLC(Al2-16),and Richard PMelurst,LP.(Al2-17) Seger Fealties Fee $ 2,915,782.04 2,There are no funds avaleble for capita$Improvement projects at June 30,2016 due to the outstanding Interknd obligations. •Amounts represent Interest component for agreements Al2.14,Al2-15,Al2-16,and Al2-17. e Moura represent partial paymerds of obligations per developer agreement(Al2.14,Al2-15,Al2-16,and Al2-17), • and a$2M settlement In fill to Milani Lyon Co.as wet as a relief of debt obligation of$324,237 due to the sedferneri, Amounts repests assessment district aedke taken by the developers at the time Wen permits we pulled. Asa resit, outstanding development related ablfgetlre we reduced by the credits taken. Amounts represent net ed ban Intent paid on mow borrowed to cover a portion of the legel settlements is for agreementAl2- 17,and fa payment of the assessment dhtrlcl crooks to the Great Indoors. •Mourn represent relief of debt settled with Wham Lyon In A 16-016. Amount represents adjustment to the assessment debt(credits not used by the related developers h sedemment. EXHIBIT 1,E CITY OF CHINO HILLS PUBLIC DISCLOSURE STATEMENT GENERAL CITY FACILITIES FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2016 Beginning fund balance $ 1,869,032,28 Income: General city facilities fee $ 831,909,74 Apportioned Interest 13,222,98 Fair market value adjustment 18,806,94 863,939,66 Total Available 2,732,971.94 Expenditures: Administrative overhead 62,393,26 Total Expenditures 62,393.25 Ending fund balance June 30,2016 $ 2,670,578,69 • *A full repayment of$761,482 was made in FY 15-16 for the Agreement 99-176(RichiandfPinehurst), 00-48(Rhodes),and 00-49(Griffin)Interfund Obligation. EXHIBIT 1.F CITY OF CHINO HILLS PUBLIC DISCLOSURE STATEMENT TRAFFIC FACILITIES FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30,2016 Beginning fund balance $ 1,919,723.83 Income: Traffic facilities fee $ 104,864.00 Apportioned interest 18,552.05 Fair market value adjustment 24,280,78 Other revenue 162,205.14 307,901.97 Total Available 2.,227625.80 Expenditures: Administrative overhead 7,864.80 Total Expenditures 7,864.80 Ending fund balance June 30,2016 $ 2,219,761,00 Notes: • The amount represents SANBAG Measure I reimbursement for Peyton Drive Widening project. *A full repayment of$140,597 was made In FY 15-16 for the Agreement 99-176(RichiandlPlnehurst), 00-48(Rhodes),and 00-49(Griffin)Interfund Obligation. • • EXHIBIT 1.6 CITY OF CHINO HILLS PUBLIC DISCLOSURE STATEMENT STORM DRAIN FACILITIES FEE • FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30,2016 • • Beginning fund balance $ 4,958,614,56 Income: Storm drain facilities fee $ 841,761.17 Apportioned Interest 39,467.34 Fair market value adjustment 60,259.85 941,478.36 Total Available 5,900,092.92 Expenditures: Administrative overhead 63,132,08 Total Expenditures 63,13208 Ending fund balance June 30, 2016 $ 5,836,960.84 See note 2 Notes: 1, Long Term Receivables outstanding at June 30,2016: LaBand Agreement(A96-34) $ 12,719.28 2.Actual amount of funds available(after the reduction of the long term receivables which are not available to spend)for capital Improvement projects at June 30, 2016 is$5,824,241.56. 'A full repayment of$681,655 was made In FY 15-16 for the Agreement 99-176(RichlandlPinehurst), 00-48(Rhodes),and 00-49(Griffin)Interfund Obligation, EXHIBIT 1.H CITY OF CHINO HILLS PUBLIC DISCLOSURE STATEMENT WATER FACILITIES FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30,2016 Beginning fund balance $ 7,619,458.69 Income: Water facilities fee $ 2,991,424.00 Apportioned Interest 59,457.14 Fair market value adjustment 88,192.90 Fire flow testing 9,760.00 3148824.04 Total Available 10,768,282,73 Expenditures: Debt service payments 12,858.05 " Administrative overhead 224,832.91 Capital Improvement protects Intermediate zone recycled water reservoir 18159.00 Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition System(SCADA) 30,899.66 Total Expenditures 283,749,62 Ending fund balance June 30,2016 $ 10,484,633,11 (2) Notes: 1.Long Term Receivables: LaBand Agreement(A95-34) $ 38,54368 EAsting Infrastructure Fee Fund: Agreement 99-176(Richiand/Plnehurst),00-48(Rhodes), and 00-49(Griffin). 3,560,977.00 Long term receivables outstanding at June 30,2016 $ 3,599,520.68 b 2.Actual amount of funds available(after the reduction of the long teen receivables which are not available to spend)for capital improvement projects at June 30, 2016 is$6,885,012,43, •This amount represents Interest expenditures paid on the interfund bans during FY 1516, Interest charges are based on the Citys composite interest rate earned on investments. Interfund Loans were fully paid off at June 30,2016 for the following: Monte Vista Water Supply Acquisition $ 343,300.00 Monte Vista Interconnect 524,900,00 Los Serranos Golf Course Conversion 122,700.00 Total $ 990,900,00 b There are no set payment schedules for these interfund loans as payments are made when funds are available. EXHIBIT 1.1 CITY OF CHINO HILLS PUBLIC DISCLOSURE STATEMENT SEWER FACILITIES FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30,2016 Beginning fund balance $ 4,044,765,51 Income: Sewer facilities fee $ 251,363,20 Apportioned Interest 48,390.77 Fair market value adjustment 6,816.88 306,570.85 • Total Available 4,351,336.36 Expenditures: Administrative overhead 16,981.85 Capital improvement project: Supervisory Control&Data Acquisition System (SCADA) 30,939.65 Total Expenditures 46,921.50 Ending fund balance June 30, 2016 $ 4,304,414.86 See note 2 Notes: 1,Long Term Receivables Legend Agreement(A95-34) $ 1,864.63 Existing Infrastructure Fee Fund: Assessment Districts Credits to the Great Indoors 469,326.27 Legal settlement agreements: JPR Homes(Al2-14), Hunters Hill, L.P.(Al2-15), MJ Bray,LLC(Al2-16), and Richland Pinehurst,L.P.(Al2.17). 2,915,782.04 *Agreement 99-176(Richland/Pinehurst),00-48(Rhodes), and 00-49(Griffin). 97,193.16 Long term receivables outstanding at June 30, 2016 $ 3,484,166,10 `A repayment of$195,336 was made In FY 15-16 for the Agreement 99-176(RlchlandfPinehurst), 00-48(Rhodes),and 0049(Griffin). 2.Actual amount of funds available(after the reduction of the long term receivables which are not available to spend)for capital improvement projects at June 30,2016 Is$820,248.76. ■ Interest charges are based on the City's composite interest rate earned on investments.There are no set payment schedules for these interfund loans. Loan repayments are made when funds are available. EXHIBIT 1.J CITY OF CHINO HILLS PUBLIC DISCLOSURE STATEMENT TRAFFIC SIGNAL FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30,2016 Beginning fund balance $ 401,446.73 Income: Apportioned Interest $ 3,668.54 Fair market value adjustment 5,365.93 9,034.47 Total Available 410,481.20 Expenditures: Administrative overhead 16,061.78 Total Expenditures 16,061.78 Ending fund balance June 30, 2016 $ 394,419.42 EXHIBIT 1,K CITY OF CHINO HILLS PUBLIC DISCLOSURE STATEMENT AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN-LIEU FEE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30,2016 Beginning fund balance $ 661,077.54 Income: Affordable Housing In-Lieu $ 660,799.00 Apportioned Interest 6,795.13 • Fair market value adjustment 12,454.05 682,048,18 Total Resources Available 1,343,125.72 Expenditures: Salaries&Flexible Benefits 133.73 Legal Services, 2,394.00 Total Expenditures 2,527.73 Ending fund balance June 30,2016 $ 1,340,597.99 (1) Note: (1) The City Intended to donate two lots to the Habitat for Humanity in the Los Serranos Area,These lots will be used In the Veteran Build Homes Program.The fair market value of these tots including the related permit fees and costs are estimated to be around$400,000.City is considering programs such as assistance to first time home buyer,housing rehabilitation,rental subsidy and possible contribution toward construction of new affordable units. EXHIBIT 11 CITY OF CHINO HILLS PUBLIC DISCLOSURE STATEMENT DEVELOPMENT IMPACT IN-LIEU FEES-GENERAL FUND FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30,2016 General Fund: • Butterfield Ranch Road Site $ 9,296.40 Rhoades Equestrian Trail 53,000,00 Centex Tree Mitigation 37,540,57 Richland Pinehurst Settlement 1,618,950,00 • Future Eucalyptus Improvements 300,000,00 Traffic Fair Share-Golden Triangle • 5,710,09 • Fairfield Ranch Road Project 95,66900 Traffic Fair Share-Canyon Hills/Carbon Canyon 50,570.00 Traffic Fair Share-AvalonBay 42,245,00 In-Lieu Fees in General Fund as of June 30,2016 § 2,212,981,66 (1) I Note(1) The Richland Pinehurst Settlement of$1,618,950 will be used toward the reimbursement to the developer upon completion of the Pinehurst Park, For the Future Eucalyptus Improvements of$300,000,money Is set aside to fund the construction of public improvements at the west end of Eucalyptus Avenue, Since the amount collected at this point Is not sufficient for the improvements,a future capital project will be assigned once enough funding is,collected. As for the Golden Triangle traffic fair-share, amount Is to be contributed to the design and construction of a traffic signal on Pomona Rincon Road at the development's driveway. Note(2) The remaining Impact in-lieu fees were collected but are insufficient for capital projects at this point. Once the funding is available,City will apply the money toward appropriate capital projects. jail 1.M CITY OF CHINO HILLS PUBLIC DISCLOSURE STATEMENT CURRENTMA FUTURE CAPITAL PROJECTS FORME FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30.2016 PROJECTED DATETO DATE OF FUNDING E%PENDFD DESCRIPTION TOTAL COST COMMENCE COMPLETION SOURCE PERCENT AMOUNT AS OF 0/30110 Parka S.Rscrestlon Fulham Fee- Bird eeBid Farm Park(1) S 750,000 FY 16/17 FY17/18 Parks S ReaesUon FacIlltlea Fes 100% S 760,000 5 - 1 Parkland(UemOy In-Lhu)Fee Bim Farm Pak(1) S 750,000 FY 1B/17 FY17/18 Parkland(Oulmby In-Lieu)Fa* 100% $ 750,000 S - TratlieSkinat FM TraMcMOgSbn Fee Study S 80,000 FY 15/t6 FY16/17 Traffic Signa Fes 100% $ 80,000 5 11,912 TraMCSIyW®Segel Canyon Rory and%Peine Ave 250,000 FY 15/20 FY22/23 Traffic SI9nai Fee 100% 250,000 - GENERAL FACILITIES FEE Fire Fadltles 4.380,000 FY 2223 FY2O27 General Fap9rtls Fee 45% 5 2,071,000 S - TRAFFIC FACILITIES PEE Pine Ave Ene&on 0.198,200 FY2O/21 FY2728 Traffic Facilities Fee 60% 3,600.000 - STORM DRAIN FACILITIES PEE Eaehk Creek Channel 2,750,000 FY22/23 FY2324 Storm Drain FedMes Fee 100% 2750,000 - Ole Chino Creek MtPeymn 1,450,000 FY22/23 FY23/24 Sturm Drain FedBies Pee 100% 1,400,000 - EocetyphufiomPeyton toCity END 1,800,000 FY22/23 FY23/24 Stoim Drain FedMdesFea 100% 1,80,000 - WATER FACILITIES FEE SupvvIeayConWd&Dab Acquisition System 353,100 FY99/O0 FY 19/20 Waw FaciliOes Fee 100% 363,100 491,660 Reeervoi No.1O 4,433,500 FY O3N4 FY 1220 Water Facl9Nes Fee 100% 4,300,000 146,101 Mermebete zone recycledwatr rerorvalr 2.344,000 FY O7A5 FY 19/20 Waw Facilities Fee 151E 361,600 264,646 YPMFP FACO MPS PPP SopervlaoryConeo&Data AcRd6Bon System-Sewer 210.000 FY 10/11 FY 19/20 SewerFaclltlw he 100% 178,000 62646 Grand Ave/Highway 71 Tnrk Rdlaf 194,400 FY22/23 FY23/24 Sewer FedOties Fes 100% 194,400 - Carbon Canyon Trunk-Two IASIWbb 4,350.000 FY22/23 FY23/24 Sewer Facilities he 100% 4,350,000 - AFFORDABLE MOUSING IN-1 IP11 PFF Two CIN Lots hen Lee Semmes Ares(baited to Hebbr for HanankyVemran Build Hones Program;McAdoo 400,000 FY17/15 To bedeternaesd ANordabIe Rouges lnAieu Fu 100% 400,000 - Pemk Fees and Related Coati(Estimated) Note(t)CIH Counts w111 debn ine tlnellkhl roma for the Bird Fenn Pak Wrtns MNrroasting on 12/13/16 Any madfptiontothe name fortis pork wylbe reBected hfuture report EXHIBIT 2 , CITY OF CHINO HILLS PUBLIC DISCLOSURE STATEMENT PARKLAND(QUIMBY IN-LIEU)FEES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30,2016 • Beginning fund balance $ 1,507,985.47 Income: Quimby in-lieu fees collected $ 382,347.00 Apportioned interest 14,099,89 Fair market value adjustment 20,573,50 417,020,39 Total Available 1,925,005.86 Expenditures: Quimby in-lieu fee credits 353,649.00 Administrative overhead 28,676.03 Total Expenditures 382,325,03 Ending fund balance June 30,2016 $ 1542,680,83 (2) Note: 1.The City has committed a total of$916,984 of the Parkland(Quimby In-lieu)Fees ending 9 fund balance for fee reimbursement and construction of the Pinehurst Park which Is expected to commence In FY 2017-18, (Agreement No.A14-34). 2.Actual amount of funds available(net of commitment to reimburse developers under Agreement No.A14-34)for capital improvement projects at June 30, 2016 Is$625,696.83.