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04-12-2016 CC Rpt D01 COUNCIL AGENDA STAFF REPORT CITY CLERK USE ONLY .p Meeting Date: April 12, 2016 Item No.: D01 Public Hearing: -_'.. - Discussion Item: ❑ fllti oY n:SO Hil15 Consent Item: April 5, 2016 TO: HONORABLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS FROM: CITY MANAGER SUBJECT: FACILITIES FEE REVIEW AND ADJUSTMENT RECOMMENDATION: 1. Conduct a public hearing; and 2. Adopt a resolution entitled: A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, TO ADOPT THE ANNUAL ADJUSTMENT TO THE TRAFFIC, WATER, SEWER AND STORM DRAIN FACILITIES FEES BY A PRICE FACTOR AS AUTHORIZED BY CHINO HILLS MUNICIPAL CODE SECTION 3,40.120.0 AND DETERMINE THIS RESOLUTION IS EXEMPT FROM REVIEW UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT. BACKGROUND/ANALYSIS: In April 2014, Keyser Marston completed an updated analysis of the Traffic, Water, Sewer and Storm Drain Facilities Fees (2014 KMA Evaluation) which the City adopted through Ordinance No. 277 on October 14, 2014. The update was conducted to determine the status of the fee programs and evaluate their ability to pay for the remaining facilities not yet built but contemplated by the Public Facilities Implementation Plan (PFIP) that was adopted by the City Council in August 1998. The model anticipated project costs and funding sources to estimate the fund balance at the end of the development period through FY 2026/27. As stated in Ordinance No. 277, Chino Hills Municipal Code Section 3.40.120.0 includes an automatic annual escalation price factor provision to be applied to Traffic, Water, Sewer, and Storm Drain Facilities Fees effective every July 1 based on the Engineering News Record's 20-City Construction Cost Index which reflects construction cost increases to ensure that the funds to construct the required public facilities which were calculated in 2013 dollars are not eroded over time by inflation. The 2014 KMA Evaluation Section IV (Paragraph 4) recommended that the fees be updated annually, such as at the beginning of the fiscal year, using the index change for the calendar year ending six months before and that the annual adjustments commence in FY 2015/16. 614/623 AGENDA DATE: APRIL 12, 2016 PAGE 2 SUBJECT: FACILITIES FEE REVIEW AND ADJUSTMENT The Engineering News Record's 20-City Construction Cost Index for January 2015 is 9972 and January 2016 is 10132.55, which is a 1.61% increase over one year. The Engineering News Record's Los Angeles Construction Cost Index for January 2015 was 10999.00 and for January 2016 is 11115.28, which is a 1.06% increase over one year. City staff recommends that the City Council utilize the City of Los Angeles Construction Cost Index because it is more reflective of changes in construction costs for the City of Chino Hills' geographic region. Therefore, staff is recommending that effective July 1, 2016, the facilities fees for Traffic, Water, Sewer and Storm Drain Facilities be increased by 1.06% as shown in the following table: Fees Effective Fee Category Land Use Unit Current Fees 07/01/16 Traffic Facilities Single-Family Dwelling Unit $ 226 $ 228 7 Multi-Family Dwelling Unit 226 228 1 Storm Drain Facilities Single- Family Dwelling Unit 1,248 1,261 1 I Multi-Family Dwelling Unit 1,248 1,261 1 Commercial 1,000 SF 861 870 1 Business Park 1,000 SF 648 655 } Private Institutional 1,000 SF 861 870 I Public Institutional 1,000 SF 861 870 7 Commercial Recreation TBD TBD j General City Facilities Single Family Dwelling Unit 1,791 1,791 I Multi-Family Dwelling Unit 1,791 1,791 1 Private Institutional 1,000 SF 698 698 1 Commercial Recreation TBD TBD 7 Existing Infrastructure Single Family Dwelling Unit 11,450 11,450 1 Multi-Family Dwelling Unit 11,450 11,450 7 Commercial 1,000 SF 2,290 1 2,290 l Private Institutional 1,000 SF _ 2.290 2,290 1 Business Park 1,000 SF -r 2,290 2,290 Public Institutional 1,000 SF 2,290 2,290 1 Commercial Recreation' TBD TBD 7 Parks and Recreation Facilities Single Family Dwelling Unit 2,422 2,422 Multi-Family I Dwelling Unit 2,422 2,422 Quimby In-Lieu Single-Family Dwelling Unit 867 867 Multi-Family I Dwelling Unit 867 867 Sewer' Single-Family I Dwelling Unit 447 462 Multi-Family I Dwelling Unit 447 462 Non-Residential Dwelling Unit TBD TBD Equivalents (Table 2, Section 3.40.110) . ' It is permissible to utilize the Los Angeles Construction Cost Index instead of the Engineering News Record's 20-year City Construction Cost Index this year because the Los Angeles Construction Cost Index's increase was smaller. 615/623 AGENDA DATE: APRIL 12, 2016 PAGE 3 SUBJECT: FACILITIES FEE REVIEW AND ADJUSTMENT Fees Effective Fee Category Land Use Unit Current Fees 07/01/16 Water Facilities Single-Family Dwelling Unit 6,348 6,415 Multi-Family Dwelling Unit 4,443 4,490 Non-residential Per 1" meter 6,348 6,415 Non-residential Per 1 '/" meter 9,522 9,623 Non-residential Per 2" meter 20,312 20,527 Non-residential Per 3" meter 44,434 44,905 Non-residential Per 4" meter 76,172 76,979 Non-residential Per 6" meter 158,692 160,374 Non-residential Per 8" meter 228,516 230,938 Non-residential Peri 0" meter 368,165 372,068 Non-residential Per 12" meter 507,814 513,197 1 Not imposed if septic system is used. 2 Imposed at time of connection. Note that the General City Facilities fee, Existing Infrastructure, Parks and Recreation Facilities, and Quimby-In-Lieu fees remain unchanged and are shown solely for the purpose of providing a complete schedule. Public Notice: A notice regarding the amending of fees was mailed to interested parties March 29, 2016. A public notice was published on April 2, 2016, and again on April 9, 2016, in the Chino Hills Champion newspaper and the data and documentation supporting the increase in facilities fees was made available to the public for public review on April 1, 2016. Effective Date: If adopted, the attached Resolution will become effective on July 1, 2016, which is no earlier than sixty (60) days after adoption as required by Government Code § 66017 for certain user fees and will remain in effect unless repealed or superseded. REVIEW BY OTHERS: This agenda item has been reviewed by the City Attorney, City Engineer, and the Community Development Director. FISCAL IMPACT: This recommendation will have no impact on the General Fund. The funding sources from Traffic, Water, Sewer, and Storm Drain facilities fees as well as existing fund balances, loan repayments, and other funding is anticipated to cover costs of facilities through FY 2026/27 at the anticipated development rate. 616/623 AGENDA DATE: APRIL 12, 2016 PAGE 4 SUBJECT: FACILITIES FEE REVIEW AND ADJUSTMENT ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW: This project is exempt from review under the California Environmental Quality Act (Cal. Pub. Res. Code §§ 21000, et seq.; "CEQA") and CEQA regulations (Cal. Code Regs. tit. 14, §§ 15000, et seq.) because it establishes, modifies, structures, restructures, and approves rates and charges for meeting operating expenses; purchasing supplies, equipment, and materials; meeting financial requirements; and obtaining funds for capital projects needed to maintain service within existing service areas. This Resolution, therefore, is categorically exempt from further CEQA review under Cal. Code Regs. tit. 14, § 15273. Respectfully submitted: Recommended by: ceal 4/0--tatt Konradt Bartlam, City Manager J 'dy)i. {( ncaster, Finance Director KB:JRL:BJS:PA:dk Attachment: Resolution 617/623 RESOLUTION NO. 2016R- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, TO ADOPT THE ANNUAL ADJUSTMENT TO THE TRAFFIC, WATER, SEWER AND STORM DRAIN FACILITIES FEES BY A PRICE FACTOR AS AUTHORIZED BY CHINO HILLS MUNICIPAL CODE SECTION 3.40.120.0 AND DETERMINE THIS RESOLUTION IS EXEMPT FROM REVIEW UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT. WHEREAS, Chino Hills Municipal Code Section 3.40.120.0 includes an automatic annual escalation price factor provision to be applied to Traffic, Water, Sewer, and Storm Drain Facilities Fees effective every July 1 based on the Engineering News Record's 20-City Construction Cost Index which reflects construction cost increases to ensure that the funds to construct the required public facilities which were calculated in 2013 dollars are not eroded over time by inflation; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds that the Engineering News Record's Los Angeles Construction Cost Index price factor is less than the Engineering News Record's 20-City Construction Cost Index price factor and is more reflective of changes in construction costs for the City of Chino Hills' geographic region; and WHEREAS, the City proposes to amend the Facilities Fee Schedule to increase fees consistent with the Engineering News Record's Los Angeles Construction Cost Index price factor, and such adjustments are reflected in the fees set forth in Exhibit "A" attached to this Resolution and incorporated into this Resolution by this reference; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Government Code §§ 66016 and 66018, notice was provided as follows: notice regarding the amending of fees was mailed to interested parties on March 29, 2016, and public notice was published on April 2, and April 9, 2016, in the Chino Hills Champion newspaper; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Government Code § 66016, data and documentation supporting the increase in facilities fees was made available to the public for public review on April 1, 2016; and WHEREAS, on April 12, 2016, the City Council heard public testimony and considered evidence in a public hearing held in accordance with Government Code § 66016 and 66018; and WHEREAS, at the recommendation of the City's Departments and the City Manager, the City Council finds that it is in the public's interest to adjust the recommended fees to recover the costs of public services. Page 1 of 3 618/623 NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS DOES RESOLVE, DETERMINE, AND ORDER AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. The fees set forth in Exhibit "A", the "Facilities Fee Schedule, amended, July 1, 2016," attached to this Resolution, are hereby adopted. SECTION 2. This Resolution will become effective on July 1, 2016, which is no earlier than sixty (60) days after adoption as required by Government Code §66017 for certain User Fees, and will remain in effect unless repealed or superseded. SECTION 3. This Resolution is exempt from review under the California Environmental Quality Act (Cal. Pub. Res. Code §§ 21000, et seq.; "CEQA'") and CEQA regulations (Cal. Code Regs. tit. 14, §§ 15000, et seq.) because it establishes, modifies, structures, restructures, and approves rates and charges for meeting operating expenses; purchasing supplies, equipment, and materials; meeting financial requirements; and obtaining funds for capital projects needed to maintain service within existing service areas. This Resolution, therefore, is categorically exempt from further CEQA review under Cal. Code Regs. tit. 14, § 15273. SECTION 4. The City Clerk shall certify as to the adoption of this Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, and ADOPTED this 12th day of April 2016. ART BENNETT, MAYOR ATTEST: CHERYL BALZ, CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO FORM: MARK D. HENSLEY, CITY ATTORNEY Page 2 of 3 619/623 STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO ) § CITY OF CHINO HILLS ) I, Cheryl Balz, City Clerk of the City of Chino Hills, DO HEREBY CERTIFY that the foregoing Resolution No. 2016R- was duly adopted at a regular meeting of the City Council of the City of Chino Hills held on the 12th day of April, 2016, by the following vote, to wit: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: CHERYL BALZ, CITY CLERK (SEAL) The foregoing is the original of Resolution No. 2016R- duly passed and adopted by the Chino Hills City Council at their regular meeting held April 12, 2016. (SEAL) CHERYL BALZ, CITY CLERK 3 of 3 620/623 EXHIBIT A Fees Effective Fee Category Land Use Unit , Current Fees 07101/16 Traffic Facilities Single-Family 1 Dwelling Unit 1 $ 226 I $ 228 Multi-Family Dwelling Unit 226 228 _ 1 Storm Drain Facilities Single- Family Dwelling Unit 1,248 1,261 Multi-Family Dwelling Unit 1,248 1,261 Commercial 1,000 SF 861 870 Business Park _ 1,000 SF 648 655 J Private Institutional _ 1,000 SF 861 870 _ Public Institutional 1,000 SF _ 861 870 Commercial Recreation TBD TBD _ General City Facilities -1 Single Family Dwelling Unit 1,791 1,791 Multi-Family rowelling Unit 1,791 1,791 Private Institutional 1,000 SF 698 698 Commercial Recreation TBD TBD Existing Infrastructure Single Family Dwelling Unit 11,450 11,450 Multi-Family Dwelling Unit 11,450 11,450 Commercial 1,000 SF 2,290 2,290 l Private Institutional 1,000 SF 2,290 2,290 f 1 Business Park 1,000 SF 2,290 2,290 Public Institutional 1,000 SF 2,290 2,290 Commercial Recreation' TBD TBD Parks and Recreation Facilities Single Family Dwelling Unit 2,422 2,422 Multi-Family I Dwelling Unit 2,422 2,422 Quimby In-Lieu Single-Family I Dwelling Unit 867 867 Multi-Family I Dwelling Unit _ 867 867 _ I Sewer' Single-Family J Dwelling Unit 457 462 Multi-Family I Dwelling Unit 457 462 Non-Residential Dwelling Unit TBD TBD Equivalents (Table 2, Section 3.40.110) Water Facilities Single-Family Dwelling Unit 6,348 6,415 Multi-Family Dwelling Unit 4,443 4,490 Non-residential Per 1" meter 6,348 6,415 Non-residential Per 1 %" meter 9,522 9,623 Non-residential Per 2" meter 20,312 20,527 Non-residential Per 3" meter 44,434 44,905 Non-residential Per 4" meter 76,172 76,979 Non-residential Per 6" meter 158,692 160,374 Non-residential Per 8" meter 228,516 230,938 Non-residential Per 10" meter 368,165 372,068 Non-residential Per 12" meter 507,814 513,197 1 Not imposed if septic system is used. 2 Imposed at time of connection. 621/623 i CONSTRUCTION ECONOMICS ENR's 20-city average cost indexes,wages and material prices.I istorical data and details for ENR's 20 cities can be found at ENR:.com/economics Construction { % Building *� °�° Materials _1 k 1°'° Cost Index , ) Cost Index „ Cost Index , ANNUAL JAN.2016 ANNUAL JAN. 2016 MONTHLY JAN.2016 INFLATION RATE INFLATION HATE INFLATION HATE 1413.100 INDEX VALUE MONTH YEAR 1913 100 INDEX VALUE MONTH YEAR 1913=100 INDEX VALUE MONTH YEAR CONSTRUCTION COST 10132.55r 0.0% +1.6% 0UILGING COST 5561.76r 0.0% -x-1.2'h bIATERIALS COST 3035.31 -0.1% -1,2% COMMON LABOR 21601.5& 0,0% +2.2% SKILLED LABOR 9705.74r +0.1% +2.3% CEMENT$TION 114.50 -0.2% -1.3% WAGE8/11R. 41.25r 0.0% +2.2% WAGES/HR. 53.04r +0.1% +2.3% STEEL$/CWT 49.50 -0.2% -2,2% LUMBER$/hMOF 473.76 -0.1% +1.4% The Construction Cost Index's annual escalation The Buildng Cost Index's annual escalation rate rate declined to 1.6%In January,Palling from 2.0% fell to 1.2%from 1.5%last month,due mostly to a The steel component of the Materials Cost Index the previous month,as the materials component 0.1%decine In materials costs, decined for the third consecutive month. slipped 0.1%, iiriiiiriiCiiriririiirriirriiiiriirrirrririrririiririrririiiiriirirririrreiiiiirrriririrrrrriirriiriiriirriirriririirriiiirriiiirirrrrrirrriiiirrirriiiiririiirriririirirriirirrrrisriiiiririiririiriiiriiririrrrrirriiririiirirriiririiirriirirririri Construction starts in the Seattle metro area are SAXI estimated to have increased 2.5%,to$9.4 billion, 5'4 l 1,NON-RESIDENTIAL in 2015, according to Dodge Data&Analytics.The 4,91 U RESIDENTIAL 4.2 largest annual gain would be 17.8%for residential 16 I building construction. Dodge estimates the non- 3.0 I '/ 2.4 N444.7 residential building market will slip 13.2% in 2015. 16 Due to a computer malfunction, ENR is publishing the 1.2 1967=100 base year indexes for common labor, skilled 0.61 labor and materials in place of the 1913=100 index. 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 SOURCE:OOCEE CATS S 1WOLtt1CS ENR's Cost Indexes by City 1913=106 m,ekny,1ruwux11IM BUILDING COST COMMON LABOR SKILLED LABOR" r 6TATERIALS 1967100 JAN.'16:1913 + %CPL.YEAR JAti.'16:1913 I %.CHG.YEAR JAIL'1&1967 I %CHG.YEAR JAN.'16:1067 + %OI-..G.YEAH JAN.'16:1067 %CHG.YEAR ATLANTA 6249.51 +11.1 4110.59 +0.2 805,72 0.0 677.82 0.0 694.45 +0.4 BALTIMORE 6922.34 -1.9 ' 4736,23 -3.7 902,87 +2.4 815.04 +2.6 651.03 -11.8 BIRMINGHAM 7034.17 +1.6 4285,92 +0.9 950.37 +2.4 782,27 +2.1 644,68 -0.6 BOSTON 13180.53 +5.7 6884.75 +1,9 1440.69 +6.9 1292.34 +3,1 626.57 -1.3 CHICAGO 14773.88 +2.7 6937.51 +1,4 1481.38 +3.1 1242.24 +1.9 562.73 +0,1 CINCINNATI 8779,36 -1.5 4729,20 -2,8 881.67 0.0 789.38 0.0 649.27 -6.7 CLEVELAND 11895.69 +0.1 5503,27 +0.5 1062.42 0,0 888.15 +0.4 624.75 +0.7 BALI AS 5555.05 +0.6 4168.57 +0,7 727.89 0.0 716.63 0.0 622.67 +1.7 DENVER 7071.66 -0.1 4443.86 -0.2 786,97 0.0 730.54 0.0 633.25 -0.3 DETROIT 10951.51 +2.6 5792.67 I +2.4 975.48 +3.1 941.72 +3.7 577.51 -0.1 KANSAS CITY 10976.74 +0.7 5802.79 I +1.7 1259.83 +1,0 1177.55 +3,1 600.61 -0.9 LOS ANGELES 11115.28 +1.1 5823.91 + +1.5 1038,57 +1.5 993.62 +2.8 625,41 -1.1 MINNEAPOLIS 11987.10 +1.9 5702.60 I +2.4 1245,19 +2.0 1084.28 - +2.7 609.62 +1.8 NEW ORLEANS 5861.55 +0.1 3950.60 I +0.4 725.09 0,0 645.29 +0.7 658.91 +0.2 NEW YORK CITY 16253.80 -0.4 8631.13 +6.9 1278.75 0.0 1300.00 +10.3 686.47 -3.5 PHILADELPHIA 12178.61 +3.7 6579.81 1 +1.5 1387.20 +4.2 1174.37 +1.7 697.02 +1.2 PITTSDURGII 8689.66 -0.4 5320.60 -0.6 88226 0,0 874.66 0.0 553.12 -1,7 Si.LOUIS 11645.01 +11.7 5702.70 +1.4 1056,28 +14.2 959.79 +1.9 664.30 +0,5 SAID FRANCISCO 11153.41 -0.2 6387.49 -0.3 956.17 0.0 1013.05 0.0 626.93 -1.1 SEATTLE 10396.13 +0.1 5740.93 +2.7 979,08 0.0 1037.06 +3.9 725.45 +0.4 enr.com January 11,2016 8 ENR i, 1 622/623 1 CONSTRUCTION ECONOMICS • EN 's 20-city average cost indexes,wages and material prices.Historical.. - data and details for EN ,'s 20 cities can be found at ENELcom/econoinics Construction 1 t% Building 1 % Materials _� �0k Cost Index +,�, .._10" Cost Index + 4, Cost index , ANNUAL JAN.2016 NU JAN.2016 MONTHLY JAN.2016 INFLATION RATE '- INFLATION RATE INFLATION RATE 1913=100 INDEX VALUE MIRTH-YEAR 1913=100 • INDEX VALUE MONTH YEAR 1913=100 INDEX VALUE MONTH YEAR CONSTRUCTION COST 10132.55r 0.0% +1.6%. BUILDING COST 5561.76r 0.0% -+1,2% MATERIALS COST 3035.31 -0.1% -1.210 COMMON LABOR 21601.58r 0.0% '+2.2% SKILLED LABOR 9706.74r . +0.1% +2.3% CEMENT MON 114.50 -0.2/a -1.3% WAGE$/MIR. 41.25r 0.0% +2.2% WAGE$./HR. 53.84r +111% +2.3% STEEL$ICWF 49.50 -0.2% -2.2% LUMBER'S/MBE 473.76 _ -0.1% +1:4% The Construction Cost Index's annual escalation The Bolding Cost Index's annual escalation rate rate declined to 1.6%In January,falTng from 2.0% tel to 1.2%, from 1.5%last month,clue mostly to a The steel component of the Materials Cost Index the previous month,as the materials component 0.1%decline In materials costs. declined for the third consecutive month. slipped 0.1%. rrriEriiiiairrrrrrirriiufrrriiiirrirrririiririrrirririrririrrrirriiririirrirririiiriirriririiirrririirriirrrrrrrrriiiriirrriiiririrrrriirrrrrirrrriiirriiirrirrririrrirrriiiirirrrrrrrrriiirrrOriirriiiirriirirrrririirrurrriliriiiiiirlirii The dollar value of total construction TOTAL CONSTRUCTION put-in-place showed a seasonally _ Seasonally adjusted rate in ($) billions ,2DD adjusted annual escalation rate of 10.5% - in November, according to the latest data +10.5% - E from the U.S. Dept.�of Commerce. On a year- - . - to-date basis, total construction through November remained 10.7% higher than last "°° . • year. Most of the gain resulted from a 12.5% I . increase in private construction, while the public sector increased 6.2%. The largest - annual gains came from a 47.5% increase in 1COO I lov.'14 July Aug- Sept. Oct. Nov.'15 manufacturing-plant construction. PEWIT CI MCC Nov•Is vs NOV 14. SOURCE Darr.Of cGraN!EscE. 1 Total Construction 111,011-11.' ' rlo'1 913.8 2q%OV. I -8.8 M ►i+1O. Er CONSTRUCTION VALUE 2015' 2014 iaCHG 55�. CONSTRUCTION VALUE 2015 2014 %CHG. SN ERG. YEAR-TO-DATE,$BIL NOV. NOV. 1IONTH YEAR • YEAR TO DATE,S BIL NOV. N01t MONTH YEAR TOTAL PItItJAIti 740.68 656.55 -7.5 +12.5 TOTAL PUBLIC 271.25 255.33 -12.3 +6.2 RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS 385.03 341.06 -11.2 +12.9 RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS 5.97 I 4.62' -6.6 . +29.3 . LODGING 18.66 14.25 -2.6 +31.0 OFFICE 7.39 I ,7.01 -1.7 +5.4 +25.2 COMMERCIAL • 2.31 I • 1.79 • -3.8 +29.6 OFFICE. 43.68 34.88 -2.1 COMMERCIAL 59.65 • HEALTH CARE 8.27 I 9.10 -1.8 -9.1 55.40 -7.2 +7.7 EDUCATIONAL 62.55 I "58.48 -2.2 +6.9 HEALTH CARE 28.56 26.10 -2.8 +9.4 ' PUBLIC SAFETY 7.99 I 8.45 -4.8 -5.4 EDUCATIONAL 16.33 15.44 -5.5 +5.8 AMUSEMENT 9.88 8.41 -13.7 +17.4 RELIGIOUS 3.11 2.97 --10.7 +4.7 AND RECREATION • TRANSPORTATION I 20.13 I 27.60 •I -9.2 I +5.5 AND ECR 9.24 6.74 -4.3 +37.2 POWER I 9.90 I 10.86 •I -11.2 I -8.8 AND RECREATION TRANSPORTATION 12.08 10.72 +1.8 +12.6 HIGHWAY AND STREET 84.09 78.71 -21.8 +7.8 SEWAGE AND 23.02 21.02 -13.0 +9.5 COMMUNICATION • 17.15 15.32 +6.5 +11.9 WATER DISPOSAL POWER 70.14 83.10 -1.2 -15.6 WATER SUPPLY I 12.09 I 11.75 I -15.5 I +2.9 MANUFACTURING 75.63 51.28 -7.0 . +47.5 , DEVELOPMEINT AND 7.43 6.52 -1.9 +14.0 SOURCE:CERT.SF CC'A'TERGE.CGNSTCUCTTOS H1T-RI-HALE.DETAILS WAU NOT ADO UP TO TOL VICE ALL TYTES GE CONSTRUCTION ASE NOT SECeS SERFOTEV. 20 • ENR . 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