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File #: 22-140    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 1/11/2022 Departments: OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY
On agenda: 2/22/2022 Final action: 2/22/2022
Title: Adopt a resolution authorizing Amendment 5 to the agreement with Integral Consulting, Inc. for additional services related to the South Coast Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Plan project, extending the term by an additional nine months from March 31, 2022 to December 31, 2022 and increasing the amount by $10,000 for a new not to exceed amount of $235,000.
Attachments: 1. 20220222_r_Integral Amendment 5, 2. 20220222_a_Integral Amendment 5.pdf
Special Notice / Hearing: None__
Vote Required: Majority

To: Honorable Board of Supervisors
From: Carolyn Bloede, Director, Office of Sustainability
Subject: Amendment 5 to Agreement with Integral Consulting, Inc. for additional services related to the South Coast Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Plan Project

RECOMMENDATION:
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Adopt a resolution authorizing Amendment 5 to the agreement with Integral Consulting, Inc. for additional services related to the South Coast Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Plan project, extending the term by an additional nine months from March 31, 2022 to December 31, 2022 and increasing the amount by $10,000 for a new not to exceed amount of $235,000.

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BACKGROUND:
The South Coast of San Mateo County is known for its natural assets, its ocean views, farms and other working lands, redwood forests, State Route 1, and extensive parks and open space. Because of these assets and limited urban development, the South Coast is the most rural zone in the greater Bay Area. A large portion of the coast is protected by open space held by public agencies or land trusts. Small towns, such as Pescadero, with historic and rural coastal character are dotted in between ranches and open space. However, sea level rise is expected to affect the people, property, economy, infrastructure, and ecosystems of the south coast of San Mateo County.

In 2015, the County launched Sea Change SMC which is a County program addressing the issue of sea level rise. In 2018, Sea Change SMC released a Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment for the entire Bayshore and the North Coast of San Mateo County from Half Moon Bay north to the county line. However, at that time, certain sea level rise data were not available for the South Coast (from the southern city boundary of Half Moon Bay south to the county line) so this region was excluded from the 2018 analysis. Upon sea level rise data for the S...

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