Ask County to Clarify Conflicting Message about Fee Program

On the Consent Calendar for Tuesday, June 28, 2016, at 9:00 am, the El Dorado County Board of Supervisors is being asked to approve spending an additional $200,000 on consultants for the Capital Improvement Program/Traffic Impact Mitigation Fee (CIP/TIM Fee) project.  County staff is asking for the additional $200,000 to pay consultants to determine the impacts of Measure E on the CIP/TIM Fee project.

At the same time, the County has issued a Press Release stating that all progress on the CIP/TIM Fee project has been put on hold.  Not only is that contrary to the request for an additional $200,000, it also conflicts with the County’s statement that it will continue collecting comments on the CIP/TIM Fee environmental document until July 5.

How does it make sense to put a project on hold yet continue to request funding for the project and continue accepting comments on the project?

The County’s Press Release is available here:

The County’s files for the CIP/TIM Fee project are available here:

Please attend the Board of Supervisors meeting to request that the funding request be pulled off of the Consent Calendar for discussion:

Tuesday, June 28, 2016 at 9:00 am
El Dorado County Board of Supervisors
330 Fair Lane, Building A
Placerville, CA 95667

To send in your comments via email, send to:

Supervisor Mikulaco <>,
Supervisor Frentzen <>,
Supervisor Veerkamp <>,
Supervisor Novasel <>,
Supervisor Ranalli <>,
Clerk of the Board <>

Subject:  Additional CIP/TIM Fee funding, File #14-0245, Agenda Item #28