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HomeMy WebLinkAboutRES 941011-M - Impact Fee Study Phase IIRESOLUTION NO. M A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY 0 0 GEORGETOWNJEXAS, AUTHORIZINGTHE FIRM OF JIM D D Oi'' UNC ' ANASSCIATES TROD H O CEEWITH PHASE F THE LMTAC FEE STUDY; APPROVING AN EXPENDITURE OF AN ADDITION] 000 OR OPROOOO D $34)FA TTAL JECT CST NT TEXCEE$59,000 PROVIDING DIRECTION TO THE EWPACT FEE ADVJISOR COAEMTTEE. WBEREAS, The City Council of the City of Georgetown, TX has identified the potential use of impact fees to assist in flinding necessary growth related capital improvements for community; and )VUEREAS, On April 12, 1994, the City Council selected 'the firm of i and Associates to prepare an impact fee study for the Community and authorized Phase I of the study at a cost not to exceed $25,000; and WHEREAS, The City Council appointed the Impact Fee Advisory Committee as required by State Statute; and • 11 b I 110 �M-196 11C11UdL"111N UP L11C IL41pilUL -CCU 1 -WIT ISVEJ kANP1t1t1LLtZV UL d IIXMIJI?Z� OI10epl LU1110 and at a workshop of the City Council on September 27, 1994 and VVHEREAS, It is the consultants recommendation that the City pursue impact fees only for water and wastewater improvements at this time and defer action on impact fees for storm water management and transportation systems; and V,TFMREAS, the City Council recognizes the need to augment City revenues for needed growth related capital expenditures; and WHEREAS, the Council recognizes the importance of the Impact Fee Advisory Committee assisting the Council 'in adopting impact fees. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, THAT: SECTION 1. The facts and recitations contained in the preamble of this resolution are hereby found and declared to be true and correct, and are incorporated by reference herein and expressly made a part hereof, as if copied verbatim. Impact Fee Study Resolution No. Page 1 of 2 The City Council hereby finds that this resolution implements the following policies of the Century Plan - Policy Plan - 1. Economic Development Policy 5, which states "The City has a self-sustaining economy; and 2. Facilities and Services Policy 1, which states "The City enjoys a high quality of life with excellent facilities and services and the provision of new services which meet the specific needs of the community; and 3. Finance Policy 4, which states "Sufficient financial resources for both short term and long term needs are provided. Ift RIVITIC41AITA toils k 19 R1 "IF -,?I- us RM a I Mum ana Teasiole alternative for funding capital improvements and hereby authorize the firm of Jim Duncan and Associates to proceed with Phase II of the impact fee studaod to prepare i ct fees fr water an y IMP wastewater system improvements. Action will be deferred on developing impact fees for storm water management and transportation system improvements at this time. The consultant shall perform this work in accordance with the contract entered into between the City and the consultant. SECTION 3. An additional amount of $34,000 shall be appropriated for completion of the impact fee study for a total project cost for both Phase I and Phase 11 of the study as outlined in the contract between the City and consultant for an amount not to exceed $59,000. SECTION 4. The Impact Fee Advisory Committee is directed to carry out its 74,0, A of this resolution. RESOLVED this day of ATT Sandra Lee City Secretary Marianne Landers Banks City Attorney Impact Fee Study Resolution No. f4// 0 Page 2 of 2 m INT 11 mimmmamm 7 -ow -m - r .1994. THE CITY OF GEO G DOWN: i By: LEO WOOD Mayor ATTACIENIENT A The functions of the Committee are those set forth in Chapter 395 of the Texas Loc Government Code and shall include the following- i a. Advise and assist the City in adopting land use assumptio b. Review the capital improvements plan regarding water, wastewater and roadway capital improvements and file written comments thereon; C. Monitor and evaluate implementation of the capital improvements program, d. Advise the City of the need to update or revise the land use assumptions, capital improvements program and impact fees; and e. File semiannual reports evaluating the progress of the City in achieving the capital improvements plans and identifying any perceived inequities in implementing the plans and imposing the impact fees. 11. Conduct of Advisory Committee a. Meet to conduct Committee business only when a quorum of the appointed Committee is present at the scheduled meeting (a quorum shall consist of 5 or more of the members being present), - b. Designate by majority vote of the Committee a Ch a- .• to direct the Committee activities, schedule meetings and conduct other such activities as commonly proscribed in Robert's Rules of Order; C. Within ten days of meeting to consider recommendations of the consultant andJor staff develop recommendations for referral to the City Council by a majority vote of those Committee members present for voting-, d. Meet at sufficiently frequent intervals to accomplish the functions outlined in Section I above; and e. Provide a Committee report to the City Council on recommendations for the development and adoption of a water and wastewater impact fee structure for the City of Georgetown. III. Responsibilities of the City Government The City shall make available to the Advisory Committee any professional reports prepared in the development or implementation of land -use plans, capital improvements plans, or utility financial reports relevant to the development of impact fees under the Chapter 395 process.