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File #: 19-0453    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 5/2/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 5/15/2019 Final action: 5/15/2019
Title: City Council consideration of Resolution No. 2019-026, declaring intention to levy and collect assessments within Lighting Maintenance District No. 84-1 for Fiscal Year 2019-20, approving preliminary Engineer's Report, providing notice of public hearing on proposed assessments.
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Staff Report with Attachments
AGENDA REPORT
REQUEST FOR CITY COUNCIL ACTION



DATE: 5/15/2019

TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council Members

FROM: Administrative Services Department

SUBJECT:
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City Council consideration of Resolution No. 2019-026, declaring intention to levy and collect assessments within Lighting Maintenance District No. 84-1 for Fiscal Year 2019-20, approving preliminary Engineer's Report, providing notice of public hearing on proposed assessments.

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RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Recommended action
That the City Council adopt Resolution No. 2019-026, declaring intention to levy and collect assessments within Lighting Maintenance District No. 84-1 for Fiscal Year 2019-20, approving preliminary Engineer's Report, and providing notice of public hearing on proposed assessments.

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ANALYSIS:
Lighting Maintenance District No. 84-1 (the "District") was established in accordance with the provisions of the Landscaping and Lighting Act of 1972 (the "1972 Act") in 1984. The purpose of the District is to provide lighting maintenance and operating services for the streetlights, traffic signals and related appurtenances within the District's boundaries.

The District encompasses 3 benefit zones covering approximately 10,915 streetlights, 612 safety lights, and 185 traffic signals and traffic control devices in the City. The City owns and maintains 157 traffic signals; four are jointly owned and maintained with Riverside County; six are jointly-owned with the City of Norco; 16 are California Department of Transportation (CalTrans) owned and jointly-maintained, and two are owned by Riverside County but maintained by the City through the District. Riverside County provides a maintenance reimbursement to the District to cover the cost of County owned signal. Within the District, there are also 23 traffic control devices, including 5 Edison powered Dynamic Message Signs (DMS), 5 Edison powered school beacons, 1 solar/battery powered school beacon and 12 solar/battery powered enh...

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