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File #: 22-246    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 3/10/2022 Departments: GOVERNING BOARD
On agenda: 4/5/2022 Final action: 4/5/2022
Title: Acting as the Governing Board of the Fair Oaks Sewer Maintenance District, adopt a resolution authorizing: A) An amendment to the agreement for transmission of sanitary sewage by and between the Fair Oaks Sewer Maintenance District and the Town of Woodside; and B) An amendment to the agreement for sanitary sewerage treatment capacity rights and services by and between the Fair Oaks Sewer Maintenance District, the Town of Woodside, and the City of Redwood City.
Attachments: 1. 20220405_r_Amend Town of Woodside Agreements, 2. 20220405_a_Amend Town of Woodside Agreements - FOSMD & TOWN, 3. 20220405_a_Amend Town of Woodside Agreements - FOSMD, RWC & TOWN, 4. 20220405_att_Amend Town of Woodside Agreements_Town of Woodside Resolution
Special Notice / Hearing: None__
Vote Required: Majority

To: Honorable Board of Supervisors
From: Ann M. Stillman, Interim Director of Public Works
Subject: Amendments to Two Fair Oaks Sewer Maintenance District Agreements with the Town of Woodside and City of Redwood City


RECOMMENDATION:
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Acting as the Governing Board of the Fair Oaks Sewer Maintenance District, adopt a resolution authorizing:

A) An amendment to the agreement for transmission of sanitary sewage by and between the Fair Oaks Sewer Maintenance District and the Town of Woodside; and

B) An amendment to the agreement for sanitary sewerage treatment capacity rights and services by and between the Fair Oaks Sewer Maintenance District, the Town of Woodside, and the City of Redwood City.

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BACKGROUND:
On August 7, 2001 this Board authorized the two agreements referenced above. The agreements are applicable to the Town Center Sewer Assessment District (TCSAD), which is located within the Town of Woodside (Town). These agreements must be amended if parcels are added to the TCSAD to provide for the transmission of sanitary sewage from the parcel and the treatment thereof. The City of Redwood City (City) has provided the TCSAD use of their treatment capacity and facilities for transmission of sewage as stipulated by one of the agreements. The agreements specify the compensation requirements for the Town to the Fair Oaks Sewer Maintenance District (FOSMD) and City.

This Board previously authorized nine similar amendments for modifying the TCSAD service area, including to allow sewer connections of other properties with failing septic systems to the TCSAD.

DISCUSSION:
The residence at 395 Miramontes Road (APN 072-151-390) is within the Town, has a failed septic system, and is outside the TCSAD area. The Town has requested that the sewerage agreements be amended in order that sewer service through the TCSAD can be provided to the property.

The property is adjacent to but ...

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