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File #: 19-228    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 3/11/2019 Departments: BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DISTRICT 1
On agenda: 3/26/2019 Final action: 3/26/2019
Title: Measure K: Adopt a resolution authorizing a one-time grant of district-discretionary Measure K funds, not to exceed $500,000, to City of Millbrae for the Millbrae Recreation Center Restoration Project, in order to leverage additional grant funding, attract additional community health, fitness and learning services partners, and to advance the project's schematic design to the construction drawings phase, and authorizing the County Manager, or his designee, to execute the grant agreement.
Sponsors: Dave Pine
Attachments: 1. 20190326_att_Schematic Design Summary, 2. 20190326_r_MK March 11th D1 City of Millbrae Rec Center Grant.pdf, 3. 20190326_a_MK March 11th D1 City of Millbrae Rec Center Grant.pdf

Special Notice / Hearing:    None__

Vote Required:    Majority

 

To:                      Honorable Board of Supervisors

From:                      Michael P. Callagy, County Manager

Subject:                      Use of District-Discretionary Measure K Funds - Supervisorial District 1

 

RECOMMENDATION:

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Measure K: Adopt a resolution authorizing a one-time grant of district-discretionary Measure K funds, not to exceed $500,000, to City of Millbrae for the Millbrae Recreation Center Restoration Project, in order to leverage additional grant funding, attract additional community health, fitness and learning services partners, and to advance the project’s schematic design to the construction drawings phase, and authorizing the County Manager, or his designee, to execute the grant agreement.

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BACKGROUND:

Measure K is the half-cent general sales tax initially approved by San Mateo County voters in November 2012 and extended in November 2016 for a total of thirty years. The Board of Supervisors (“Board”) and County staff have conducted study sessions and community outreach efforts to inform priorities for Measure K spending for FY 2017-19.

 

On May 16, 2017, the Board approved the FY 2017-19 Measure K allocation plan in which the County anticipates Measure K receipts of approximately $81.6 million annually. The plan included $7 million in one-time loans or grants each year during FY 2017-19, divided equally among the five supervisorial districts, for district-specific needs and projects. District 1 has submitted a request to use its district-discretionary Measure K funds as s