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File #: 22-599    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 7/14/2022 Departments: COUNTY EXECUTIVE
On agenda: 8/2/2022 Final action: 8/2/2022
Title: Measure K: Approve an Appropriation Transfer Request (ATR) transferring district-discretionary Measure K funds, not to exceed $250,000, from Non-Departmental Services to the San Mateo County Department of Public Works for a road conditions survey in unincorporated Menlo Oaks.
Sponsors: Warren Slocum, Don Horsley
Attachments: 1. 20220802_atr_D3 D4 ATR.pdf
Special Notice / Hearing: None__
Vote Required: 4/5ths

To: Honorable Board of Supervisors
From: Michael P. Callagy, County Executive
Subject: Use of District-Discretionary Measure K Funds - Supervisorial District 3 and Supervisorial District 4

RECOMMENDATION:
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Measure K: Approve an Appropriation Transfer Request (ATR) transferring district-discretionary Measure K funds, not to exceed $250,000, from Non-Departmental Services to the San Mateo County Department of Public Works for a road conditions survey in unincorporated Menlo Oaks.

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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.

On March 9, 2021, and March 23, 2021, the Board of Supervisors (Board) held study sessions on Measure K expenditures and anticipated revenue for fiscal years (FY) 2021-23. The Board-appointed Measure K sub-committee, consisting of Supervisor Pine and Supervisor Canepa, convened the study sessions to, among other things, work with staff to facilitate the Board's development of Measure K priorities and continuing initiatives for FYs 2021-23. The Board approved $5 million in one-time loans or grants for the FY 2021-23 budget cycle, divided equally among the five supervisorial districts, for district-discretionary needs and projects. District 4 has submitted a request to use their district-discretionary Measure K funds as shown below and described in the Project Summary section of this memorandum:

District/Project
Amount
Even split between District 3 (Supervisors Don Horsley) and District 4 (Supervisor Warren Slocum) - San Mateo County Department of Public Works for a road conditions survey in the unincorporated area known as Menlo Oaks
$250,000

This item is consistent with the criteria for district-discretionary Measure K funds approved by the Board in December 2018.

PROJECT SUMMARY:
This is a request to authorize a ...

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