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Consideration of reduction of percentage used to calculate Sanitation Charge for Fiscal Year 2019-20 to maintain current revenue levels rather than
increase revenue levels as consequence of approved water rate increase while cost of service study performed to ensure adequate funding for these programs. Recommendation by the Public Works Department:
At the May 21, 2019 City Council meeting, City Council directed Staff to agendize discussion of current policy for use and designation of monies
contained within General Fund balance. This item provides a framework for City Council discussion of additional policies including Fund Balance Assignment Policy for General Fund, Recurring Revenue Policy and One-time Revenue Policy. Recommendation by the Administrative Services Department:
This amendment would modify terms of original funding Agreement extending term to January 31, 2021 and including updated position / cost list.
Execution of the Amendment does not indicate support for the project but enables City to obtain reimbursement of costs associated with review of technical studies of high-speed rail. Recommendation by the Public Works Department:
Authorize Public Works Director to execute Amendment No. 1 to Cooperative Agreement HSR16-26 between City of Fullerton and California High-Speed Rail
Authority modifying terms of original funding Agreement to extend term through January 31, 2021 and update position / salary list for reimbursement of City costs associated with technical studies of high-speed rail.