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File #: 18-3705    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinances and Action Items Status: Approved
File created: 2/26/2018 In control: City Council
On agenda: 1/15/2019 Final action: 1/15/2019
Title: Subject: Discussion and consideration of a potential new property-related fee for clean water and storm drainage; approve funding of up to $140,500 to complete a Proposition 218 compliant storm water management fee study and balloting process; receive completed public opinion survey findings of SCI Consulting Group concerning the proposed fee; and approve the following recommendations:
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. A - Voxloca Survey Results, 3. B - Cupertino and Other Agencies Revenue, Cost and Comparison, 4. C - SCI Residential Surveys, 5. D - Draft Resolution, 6. E - SCI Proposal

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Subject:  Discussion and consideration of a potential new property-related fee for clean water and storm drainage; approve funding of up to $140,500 to complete a Proposition 218 compliant storm water management fee study and balloting process; receive completed public opinion survey findings of SCI Consulting Group concerning the proposed fee; and approve the following recommendations:

 

Recommended Action

1. Receive the findings of the survey; and

2. Authorize staff to retain SCI Consulting Group for a contract amount not to exceed $140,500 to complete a Proposition 218 compliant property related storm water management fee study by March 2019 and completion of a potential balloting process as early as July 2019; and

3. Direct staff to bring the storm water management fee study back for Council consideration with an amount of up to an additional $50 per year charge for a typical residential parcel and a new additional charge for apartment/commercial/industrial and vacant parcels as will be determined by the storm water management fee study; and

4. Approve Budget Modification 1819-036 and adopt Resolution No 19-012 approving a Budget Adjustment in the amount of $140,500 to complete a storm water management fee study and balloting process.