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09-27-2011 CC Rpt A11 COUNCIL AGENDA STAFF REPORT CITY CLERK USE ONLY Meeting Date: September 27. 2011 RECEIVED MI SEP 20 AM 9: 5 Public Hearing: 9 .�;��.�, Discussion Item: m: ❑ Consent Item: OFFICE OF CITY CLERK CHINO HILLS September 20, 2011 TO: HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM: CITY MANAGER SUBJECT: MEASURE I FIVE-YEAR CAPITAL PROJECT NEEDS ANAYLSIS (CPNA) RECOMMENDATION: 1. Adopt a Resolution entitled: A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS ADOPTING THE VALLEY MEASURE I FIVE-YEAR CAPITAL PROJECT NEEDS ANAYLSIS 2. Direct the City Clerk to forward a certified copy of the Resolution, with applicable attachments, to the San Bernardino Associated Governments (SANBAG). BACKGROUND/ANALYSIS: The SANBAG Measure I Strategic Plan requires local jurisdictions to annually adopt a five- year Capital Project Needs Analysis (CPNA). The CPNA documents project or program needs by fiscal year and by funding source. CPNAs for the Valley Measure I program, which includes the City of Chino Hills, include projects for the Valley Freeway Interchange and Major Street Programs. CPNAs must be adopted by September 30, 2011 by action of the City Council. CPNAs project Measure I needs for the next five fiscal years; this CPNA will cover FYs 2012-17. Member agencies make their requests in the fall of the current fiscal year so that SANBAG staff can perform analysis and make apportionment recommendations for the various Measure I sub-programs. The SANBAG Board ultimately will adopt funding commitments in early 2012 so that jurisdictions can incorporate them into their FY 2012-13 budgets. The City has three projects identified by the Measure I Nexus study as eligible under the Major Street Program: Peyton Drive, Pine Avenue Extension, and Soquel Canyon Extension. Peyton Drive is covered by a Project Advancement Agreement; Soquel Canyon Extension is development-driven with no activity at present. Therefore, neither project is included in the FY 2012-17 CPNA. The five-year projection will only need to address delivery of the Pine Avenue Extension Project. 40 AGENDA DATE: September 27, 2011 Page 2 SUBJECT: MEASURE I FIVE-YEAR CAPITAL PROJECT NEEDS ANAYLSIS (CPNA) Currently, the City of Chino, as the lead agency for the Pine Avenue Extension project, is in the process of obtaining NEPA-level clearance and expects to be ready for construction in FY 2013-14. The City of Chino Hills has a financial interest in the construction portion of the project, and has identified available Measure I Valley Major Street Program funds for this purpose. Staff is asking the City Council to adopt the Measure I Five-Year CPNA and the corresponding resolution. REVIEW BY OTHERS: This agenda item has been reviewed by the Finance Director. FISCAL IMPACT: There is no fiscal impact associated with this action. The funding projection is consistent with the City's Long-Term Capital Improvement Program. Respectfully submitted, Recommended by: Michfael S. Flea/gef City Manager Steven C. Nix, Cit\Engineer SN/AD/ps Attachments • 2/5 RESOLUTION NO. 11 R- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS ADOPTING THE VALLEY MEASURE I FIVE-YEAR CAPITAL PROJECT NEEDS ANALYSIS (CPNA) WHEREAS, San Bernardino County Voters approved passage of Measure I 1990-2010 in November 1989 and renewed as Measure 12010-2040 in November 2004, authorizing San Bernardino Associated Governments (SANBAG), acting as the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority, to impose a one-half of one percent retail transactions and use tax applicable in the incorporated and unincorporated territories of the County of San Bernardino; and WHEREAS, revenue from the tax can only be used for transportation improvement and traffic management programs authorized in the Expenditure Plans set forth in Ordinance No. 89-1 of the Authority; and WHEREAS, the Measure I Strategic Plan requires local jurisdictions to annually adopt a five-year Capital Project Needs Analysis; and WHEREAS, the City of Chino Hills has projects eligible for the Valley Major Street Program; and WHEREAS, Capital Project Needs Analysis for the local jurisdiction should be modified to reflect any changes occurring during the fiscal year; NOW, THEREFORE, the City Council of the City of Chino Hills, does hereby resolve, determine, find, and order as follows: SECTION 1. That the City Council hereby adopts the Measure I Five-Year Capital Project Needs Analysis, a copy of which is attached to this Resolution as Exhibit SECTION 2. The City Clerk shall certify to the passage and adoption of this Resolution and enter it into the book of original resolutions. 1 of 3 3/5 PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED this 27th day of September, 2011. ED M. GRAHAM, MAYOR ATTEST: MARY M. McDUFFEE, CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO FORM: MARK D. HENSLEY, CITY ATTORNEY 2o1'3 4/5 CAPITAL PROJECT NEEDS ANALYSIS City of Chino Hills Valley Arterial Sub-Program (2011 dollars, in $1,000s - SANBAG will apply escalation factors, by year) PROJECT INFORMATION PHASE-: :FUNDING'= -.� =:'PRIOR 0' FY=-12/13 FY.t13/14---LFY-,14/t5 EY;,15/16- '-FY 16/17-. Widen Pine Avenue from SR- PA&ED 71 to Chino Creek(north side Total Cost 10.00 only) Fund Type: MI LOCAL ST 10.00 Total Project Cost: PS&E $7,300,000 Total Cost: 0.00 Fund Type: Total Measure I Request: $6,278 ROW Total Cost: 500.00 Fund Type: Other ILO 500.00 Contribution note 1 Comments: City of Chino is lead agency for CONST this project. Chino Hills' share is Total Cost 6,800.00 estimated based on total Fund Type: DEV FEE 522.00 construction cost- a cost MI MAJ ST 6,278.00 sharing agreement will be negotiated. Note 1: The proposed plan includes a realignment of the existing right of way. Chino Hills' in-lieu-of(ILO) contribution reflects the estimated value of dedication of new right-of-way(offsets developer share). vt cn 2011 CPNA-App A-Chino Hills "EXHIBIT A"