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File #: 16-351    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Staff Report Status: Passed
File created: 5/10/2016 In control: City Council
On agenda: 6/1/2016 Final action: 6/1/2016
Title: ACCEPT SIDEWALK REPLACEMENT PROJECT
Attachments: 1. Resolution - Sidewalk Replacement Project, 2. Exhibit A to Reso - Scorecard, 3. Exhibit B to Reso -Notice of Completion, 4. Funding Closout Statement, 5. Project Location Map
CITY COUNCIL STAFF REPORT
MEETING DATE: JUNE 1, 2016

PREPARED BY: David Gittleson, Associate Engineer/Public Works Engineering
APPROVED BY: City Manager

TITLE
ACCEPT SIDEWALK REPLACEMENT PROJECT
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RECOMMENDATION(S)
RECOMMENDATION
Adopt resolution:
1. Appropriating $13,977 from CIP # 519000-Pavement Rehabilitation Program Funds (308);
2. Accepting as complete the Sidewalk Replacement Project in the final amount of $229,950.60;
3. Authorizing the Public Works Director to sign the attached Notice of Completion; and
4. Directing the City Clerk to file said Notice of Completion with the County Recorder's Office.

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COUNCIL PRIORITIES, GOALS & STRATEGIES:



Ongoing Priorities
Enhancing public safety
Maintaining fiscal responsibility

2016 Focus Areas
Planning Our Community
Developing Our Community

REPORT NARRATIVE:
On September 16, 2015, City Council awarded the contract for the Sidewalk Replacement project to Golden Bay Construction, Inc. in the amount of $198,888. In addition, City Council approved contingency funds not to exceed an amount of $31,112 for a total authorized project amount of $230,000.

The scope of work for this project included replacing damaged or lifted sidewalks and curbs/gutters at various locations in the City. Where required, root removal and/or the removal and replacement of street trees was performed to prevent future damage to the new sidewalks. The primary neighborhoods addressed in this project were Jackson Oaks Meadows and the Nordstrom school area. In addition to the repair work, a new sidewalk was installed along Sanchez Drive. This location is outside the 3/4 mile radius from a school required for utilizing School Pedestrian Safety Funds (355), thus Pavement Rehabilitation Program Funds (308) are to be used. It was originally estimated that $14,000 would cover the cost of this new sidewalk. However, the actual cost was $27,977, which included new sidewalk added along Old Monterey Road where there was ...

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