04 Findings Retain AB 1600 Fund
04 Findings Retain AB 1600 Fund
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Town of Truckee <br /> <br />California <br /> <br />RESOLUTION NO. 98-04 <br /> <br /> A RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL <br />OF THE TOWN OF TRUCKEE PROVIDING FINDINGS TO RETAIN UNEXPENDED <br />FEES PAID PURSUANT TO PROVISIONS OF THE GOVERNMENT CODE FOR THE <br />CONSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS <br /> <br /> WHEREAS, Government Code Section 66001(d) requires that the local agency make <br />findings once each fiscal year with respect to any portion of the fee remaining unexpended or <br />uncommitted in its account five or more years after deposit identifying the purpose to which the <br />fee is to be put and demonstrating a reasonable relationship between the fee and the purpose for <br />which it was charged; and <br /> <br /> WHEREAS, the Town of Truckee holds fees collected for the mitigation of traffic <br />impacts for road improvement projects not yet constructed; and <br /> <br /> WHEREAS, the times and collection of some fees and the construction of the projects <br />for which they were intended may exceed five years; and <br /> <br /> WHEREAS, in support thereof, the Town Council of the Town of Truckee makes the <br />following findings: <br /> <br /> 1. The purpose to which such fees were to be put was to construct public <br />improvements to mitigate the cumulative traffic impacts of development projects within the <br />Town of Truckee; <br /> <br /> 2. Fees collected were imposed pursuant to a provision of the Government Code <br />which allows the Town to adopt a program to provide for projects which would not be feasible <br />for individual project developers to construct if acting alone; <br /> <br /> 3. The fees collected remain unexpended due to the long lead time required for some <br />individual projects and due to the transition from County government to Town government in re- <br />evaluating the project list and prioritizing that list with the available funds; <br /> <br /> 4. The projects for which the fees have been collected continue to be needed in order <br />to mitigate cmnulative impacts of land use growth on the transportation infrastructure. <br /> <br /> 5. That new projects have been identified that are applicable to Developer Impact <br />Fees. These are a portion of the Palisades/267 traffic signal project and Town engineering and <br />environmental service for the ramp portions of the 1-80/267 interchange (267 Bypass). These and <br />other projects identified in the General Plan indicate a continuing need for Development Impact <br />Fees. <br /> <br /> <br />
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