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THE CITY OF 5 <br /> CITY COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT <br /> pLEASANTON© <br /> June 19, 2018 <br /> Engineering <br /> TITLE: 2018-19 ANNUAL ASSESSMENTS FOR LIGHTING AND LANDSCAPE <br /> MAINTENANCE DISTRICTS 1984-1 (PONDEROSA-DEL PRADO), 1993-1 <br /> (WINDSOR), 1993-2 (BONDE RANCH), 1994-1 (OAK TREE FARM) AND <br /> 1995-1 (MOLLER RANCH) <br /> SUMMARY <br /> The annual assessments for the maintenance of Lighting and Landscape Maintenance <br /> Districts in the Ponderosa-Del Prado, Windsor, Bonde Ranch, Oak Tree Farm, and <br /> Moller Ranch subdivisions have been calculated for fiscal year 2018-19. All districts are <br /> underfunded as assessments have not been increased since the passage of Proposition <br /> 218 in 1996. Discussions with residents in Windsor, Oak Tree Farm, and Moller Ranch <br /> are underway to consider modifying the assessment amounts so that they are sufficient <br /> to meet future maintenance and capital improvement requirements. Staff also intends to <br /> hire a consultant to analyze the special assessments paid by the property owners, the <br /> benefit areas, and the maintenance requirements to confirm compliance with Proposition <br /> 218 and determine what special assessment fees would be necessary to implement a <br /> sustainable landscape maintenance and replacement program. Currently, all <br /> assessment amounts are proposed to remain unchanged until such analysis is complete. <br /> RECOMMENDATION <br /> 1. Open and hold a Public Hearing to receive comments regarding the levy of annual <br /> assessments for each of the Lighting and Landscape Maintenance Districts. <br /> 2. Adopt a resolution confirming the Engineer's Report and levying assessments for <br /> each of the Lighting and Landscape Maintenance Districts. <br /> 3. Appropriate $11,560 from the applicable City Funds (General Fund, Water Fund and <br /> Sewer Fund) to the respective Lighting and Landscape Maintenance Districts. <br /> 4. Authorize a loan from the General Fund to Lighting and Landscape Maintenance <br /> District 1993-1 (Windsor) in the amount of $5,375.10. <br /> 5. Authorize a loan from the General Fund to Lighting and Landscape Maintenance <br /> District 1993-2(Bonde Ranch) in the amount of $9,680.27. <br /> FINANCIAL STATEMENT <br /> As required by law, the City will continue to incur a fiscal impact for those parcels that <br /> provide a "general benefit" and are city-owned. As the City determined that the nearly <br /> mile-long landscape strip located along the eastern bank of the Arroyo de la Laguna in <br /> the Ponderosa Homes Del Prado subdivision is of "general benefit," the City will pay <br /> approximately $9,703 for its maintenance including water, electrical, and a reserve for <br /> emergency repairs. In addition, the City owns one or more parcels of land in four of the <br />
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