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File #: RES 19-004    Name:
Type: BoS Resolution Status: Draft
File created: 2/1/2019 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 2/1/2019 Final action:
Title: Adopt a Resolution updating the fee schedule for the Regional Development Impact Fee (RDIF) (aka the "TAMC fee"), the fair-share impact fee levied on new development to fund regional transportation improvements.
Sponsors: Public Works / RMA
Attachments: 1. Board Report, 2. Attachment A - Resolution, 3. Attachment B - Regional Development Impact Fees (Exhibit A), 4. Attachment C - Final 2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (MTP/SCS) EIR
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Title
Adopt a Resolution updating the fee schedule for the Regional Development Impact Fee (RDIF) (aka the "TAMC fee"), the fair-share impact fee levied on new development to fund regional transportation improvements.
Report
RECOMMENDATION:
It is recommended that the Board of Supervisors adopt a resolution updating the fee schedule for the Regional Development Impact Fee (RDIF) (aka the "TAMC fee"), the fair-share impact fee levied on new development to fund regional transportation improvements.

Proposed CEQA Action: Consider the Final EIR for the 2040 Metropolitan Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (MTP/SCS) (SCH #2015121080) ("EIR"), previously certified by the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments

SUMMARY:
Policy C-1.11 of Monterey County's 2010 General Plan requires new development to pay a Regional Traffic Impact Fee, and Chapter 12.90 of Monterey County Codes authorizes collection of said fee. The Transportation Agency of Monterey County (TAMC) is required, under state law, to update the Regional Development Impact Fee (RDIF) every five (5) years. This process includes reviewing land-use and population assumptions in the regional travel demand model, forecasting future demands, updating project lists as necessary to meet those demands, revising project costs, and developing an updated fee schedule. Acting as the RDIF Joint Powers Agency (RDIF Agency), the TAMC Board of Directors approved the updated fee schedule on September 26, 2018. In order for the updated fees to go into effect, the governing entities of all RDIF Agency members, including the County of Monterey, must adopt the updated fee schedule.

DISCUSSION
In June 2008, the Board of Supervisors approved a Joint Powers Agreement (JPA) with other local jurisdictions for the creation of a RDIF program. The RDIF program, as adopted by the TAMC Board of Directors and participating jurisdictions, went into effect in August 2008. The RDIF program levies fair-share fees on...

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