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    23.    
City Council Regular
Meeting Date: 09/10/2019  

SUBJECT:
MEASURE I FIVE-YEAR CAPITAL PROJECT NEEDS ANALYSIS
RECOMMENDATION:
  1. Adopt a Resolution entitled: A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA, ADOPTING THE FIVE-YEAR CAPITAL PROJECT NEEDS ANALYSIS FOR FISCAL YEARS 2020-21 THROUGH 2024-25.
     
  2. Direct the City Clerk to forward a certified copy of the Resolution with Exhibit A to the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA).
BACKGROUND/ANALYSIS:
The Measure I 2010-2040 Strategic Plan requires local jurisdictions to annually adopt a five-year Capital Project Needs Analysis (CPNA) for the Valley Arterial Sub-Program. The CPNA includes estimates of project costs to be incurred by funding type, fiscal year, and phase for the five year period following the beginning of the subsequent fiscal year. SBCTA staff will use the CPNA submittals to develop a cash-flow analysis. The cash-flow analysis informs SBCTA staff of the availability of program funds. 
 
The City has two projects identified by the Measure I Nexus Study (updated in 2018) as eligible under the Valley Arterial Sub-Program: Peyton Drive Widening and Pine Avenue Extension. The Peyton Drive Widening project was completed in May 2016 and the City received a total of $8.7 million Measure I funds for this project. The Pine Avenue Extension project is projected to start within the current five-year planning window.
 
Currently, the City of Chino, as the lead agency for the Pine Avenue Extension project, plans to construct this project within the next five years. The City of Chino Hills has a financial interest in the construction portion of the project, and has identified available Measure I Valley Arterial Sub-Program funds for this purpose.
 
Staff is asking the City Council to adopt the Measure I Five-Year CPNA and the corresponding resolution.
ENVIRONMENTAL (CEQA) REVIEW:
This action is not a project within the meaning of the California Environmental Quality Act (California Public Resources Code §§ 21000, et seq., “CEQA”) and CEQA Guidelines (Title 14 California Code of Regulations §§ 15000, et seq.) Section 15378 and is therefore exempt from CEQA.  It will not result in any direct or indirect physical change in the environment because it is only a spending plan of the Measure I funds.
 
FISCAL IMPACT:
There will be no impact to the General Fund. The CPNA is consistent with the City’s Long-Term Capital Improvement Program.
REVIEWED BY OTHERS:
This item has been reviewed by the Finance Director.
Attachments
Resolution
Exhibit A

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