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File #: 18-0325    Version: 1 Name: 4/2/18 - Federal & Green Sidewalk SAD Resolution #2 Federal/Commerce/Green Sidewalk Project
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 4/2/2018 In control: City Council
On agenda: 4/2/2018 Final action: 4/2/2018
Enactment date: 4/2/2018 Enactment #: R-18-111
Title: Resolution No. 2 - Federal Commerce Green Sidewalk Gap Project - Sidewalk Special Assessment
Attachments: 1. Sidewalk Assessment Maps-Federal Commerce Green.pdf, 2. Federal Commerce Green Special Assessments.pdf
Resolution No. 2 - Federal Commerce Green Sidewalk Gap Project - Sidewalk Special Assessment
Attached for your review and approval is a resolution to establish the estimated cost and distribution of costs for new sidewalk to be constructed as part of the Federal Commerce Green Sidewalk Gap Project (Sidewalk Special Assessment District #50).

In accordance with the City's Non-Motorized Plan and Complete Streets approach, it proposes installing a new sidewalk to close gaps and provide a continuous pedestrian connection along the north side of Federal Boulevard between Commerce and Stadium, along the north side of Commerce Drive between Federal and 2050 Commerce Dr., and along the east side of Green Road between Burbank Drive and Gettysburg Road. It also proposes construction of one midblock crosswalk on Green Road, between Burbank and Gettysburg, near the Sugarbush Park pathway.

Budget/Fiscal Impact
Estimated Project Costs are as follows:

Construction Estimate and Contingency $429,500
Planning/Design $85,000
Const Eng/Project Admin/Inspection/Testing $62,500
Total Cost $577,000

This Federal Commerce Green Sidewalk Gap Project is included in the FY18 capital budget. Below are estimated Project Revenues:

Federal Surface Transportation Funds $ 200,000
Street, Bridge, and Sidewalk Millage $ 327,000
Special Assessment $ 50,000
Total Revenue $577,000

The City's ability to use federal funds for this project has created the opportunity for the adjacent property owners to receive the sidewalk at a lower cost and to reduce the city-share, non-recoverable funding amount.

Maintenance Impact
Routine maintenance, such as snow clearing, will be performed by adjacent property owners. Long-term repairs/replacement of sidewalk slabs adjacent to taxable parcels may continue to be pe...

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