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File #: 19-0727    Version: 1 Name: 060319 - Resolution No. 2 for 1425 Pontiac Single Lot Assessment District #54
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 6/3/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 6/3/2019 Final action: 6/3/2019
Enactment date: 6/3/2019 Enactment #: R-19-260
Title: Resolution No. 2 - 1425 Pontiac Sidewalk Special Assessment District #54
Attachments: 1. Argo Sidewalk Gap SAD #54 Roll.pdf, 2. Argo Sidewalk Gap.pdf, 3. Argo Sidewalk Gaps.pdf
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Resolution No. 2 - 1425 Pontiac Sidewalk Special Assessment District #54
Memorandum
Attached for your approval is a resolution to establish the estimated cost and distribution of costs for a new sidewalk in the Longshore, Indianola, Ottawa, Argo, Amherst Water Main Replacement Project (Sidewalk Special Assessment District #54).

In accordance with the City's Non-Motorized Plan and Complete Streets approach, a new sidewalk will provide a continuous pedestrian connection along the south side of Argo Drive for better access to Beckley Park from Pontiac Street. Also proposed is the construction of a crosswalk on Argo Drive, from Chandler Road to pathway into Beckley Park.

Budget/Fiscal Impact: This work is anticipated to be performed as part of the Longshore, Indianola, Ottawa, Argo, and Amherst Water Main Replacement project. Below are estimated project revenues for the overall project:

Water System $ 3,786,000.00
Street, Bridge, and Sidewalk Millage $ 660,000.00
Parks Department $ 10,200.00
Special Assessment $ 7,300.00
Total Revenue $ 4,463,500.00

A contribution from the City of Ann Arbor Parks Department (estimated at $10,200.00) will pay for the construction of the proposed sidewalk adjacent to Beckley Park.

The estimated assessment amount for the 1425 Pontiac property is $7,300.00. The City's practice to charge 50% for side frontage of a property on a corner lot has created the opportunity for the adjacent property owner to receive the sidewalk at a lower cost.

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 will be performed by the City, such as is currently done under the voter approved Street, Bridge, and Sidewalk Millage.

Special Assessments & Resident Input
As called for in Chapter 13 of City Code, the cost of the addition of new sid...

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