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File #: 20-0067    Version: Name: 2/18/20 - Resolution 2 Barton Drive SAD #55; Brede to Pontiac
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 2/18/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 2/18/2020 Final action: 2/18/2020
Enactment date: 2/18/2020 Enactment #: R-20-044
Title: Resolution No. 2 - Barton Drive Water Main Replacement and Resurfacing Project - Sidewalk Special Assessment District #55, Brede Place to Pontiac Trail
Attachments: 1. Owner Addresses and Frontage District #55.pdf, 2. Brede to Pontiac Map.pdf
Title
Resolution No. 2 - Barton Drive Water Main Replacement and Resurfacing Project - Sidewalk Special Assessment District #55, Brede Place to Pontiac Trail
Memorandum
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 Barton Drive Water Main Replacement and Resurfacing Project (Sidewalk Special Assessment District #55).

In accordance with the City's Non-Motorized Plan and Complete Streets approach, staff proposes installing a new sidewalk to close gaps and provide a continuous pedestrian connection along the north side of Barton Drive between Brede Place and Pontiac Trail. The project also includes the construction of three midblock crosswalks on Barton Drive, between Brede Place and Pontiac Trail, near Longshore Drive, Northside Avenue, and Chandler Road.

Budget/Fiscal Impact: Estimated costs for the new sidewalk in Special Assessment District #55 portion of the project are as follows:

Construction Estimate and Contingency $70,000.00
Planning/Design $11,000.00
Const Eng/Project Admin/Inspection/Testing $17,500.00
New Sidewalk Cost $98,500.00

The overall Barton Drive Water Main Replacement and Resurfacing Project is included in the FY20 capital budget. Below are estimated project revenues for the sidewalk portion of the project from Brede to Pontiac:

Street, Bridge, and Sidewalk Millage $35,500.00
Special Assessments for New Sidewalk in District #55 $63,000.00
Total Revenue $98,500.00

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 performed by the City as part of the annual sidewalk maintenance program.

Special Assessments & Resident...

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