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C. 8
To: Board of Supervisors
From: Brian M. Balbas, Public Works Director/Chief Engineer
Date: July  24, 2018
The Seal of Contra Costa County, CA
Contra
Costa
County
Subject: APPROVE Real Property Services Agreement between Contra Costa County and City of Vallejo for the Sacramento Bridge Replacement Project, Vallejo area.

APPROVE OTHER
RECOMMENDATION OF CNTY ADMINISTRATOR RECOMMENDATION OF BOARD COMMITTEE

Action of Board On:   07/24/2018
APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED OTHER
Clerks Notes:

VOTE OF SUPERVISORS

AYE:
John Gioia, District I Supervisor
Candace Andersen, District II Supervisor
Diane Burgis, District III Supervisor
Karen Mitchoff, District IV Supervisor
Federal D. Glover, District V Supervisor
Contact: Angela Bell, (925) 957-2451
I hereby certify that this is a true and correct copy of an action taken and entered on the minutes of the Board of Supervisors on the date shown.
ATTESTED:     July  24, 2018
David J. Twa,
 
BY: , Deputy

 

RECOMMENDATION(S):

APPROVE and AUTHORIZE the Chair, Board of Supervisors, to execute, on behalf of Contra Costa County (County), the Real Property Services Agreement (Agreement) with the City of Vallejo (City), to provide right of way services to the City for the City’s Sacramento Bridge Replacement Project, for the period May 1, 2018 through December 31, 2019, for payment of the County’s costs to provide the services in an amount not to exceed $60,000. (Project No.:4660-6X1074/Federal Project No.: STPLZ-5030(056))  
  

FISCAL IMPACT:

100% City of Vallejo Funds.


BACKGROUND:

The City is planning to proceed with its Sacramento Bridge Replacement Project in the City of Vallejo. The Project is Federally-funded and in order to complete the Project, the City needs to acquire certain interests in real property. The City requires a variety of right-of-way services, but has no right of way staff and desires to contract with the County for these services.  
  
Under the Agreement, Public Works Department Real Estate staff will perform various right-of-way services, including but not limited to right of way appraisal and appraisal review; land rights document preparation; right of way acquisition; negotiations; right of way certification; supervision of independent contractors and other related work as required. The City will pay the County for those services based on the County’s labor costs, up to the payment limit of the Agreement. The Agreement includes a mutual indemnification provision. Each party will be required to indemnify the other party for any claims that arise from the indemnifying party’s acts, errors, or omissions in the performance of that party’s obligations under the Agreement.  
  

CONSEQUENCE OF NEGATIVE ACTION:

The City will not be able to contract for the County’s right of way services.  
  

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