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File #: 22-744    Version: 1
Type: Resolution Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 6/2/2022 In control: REGULAR CITY COUNCIL AND SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY AND HOUSING AUTHORITY
On agenda: 6/21/2022 Final action:
Title: RENEWED MEASURE M (M2) ELIGIBILITY
Attachments: 1. Agenda Report, 2. 1. MOE Certification, 3. 2. M2 Seven-Year Capital Improvement Program, 4. 3. Proposed 2022 PMP Resolution
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RENEWED MEASURE M (M2) ELIGIBILITY
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DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT /TRANSPORTATION SERVICES DIVISION
PRESENTED BY: RAJA SETHURAMAN, PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR
CONTACT INFORMATION: JENNIFER ROSALES, TRANSPORTATION SERVICES MANAGER, (714) 754-5343

RECOMMENDATION:
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Staff recommends the City Council:
1. Approve the City's Maintenance of Effort (MOE) for Fiscal Year (FY) 2022-23.

2. Approve the M2 Seven-Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) comprised of the City's Five-Year and future year CIP for FY 2022-23 through FY 2028-29.

3. Adopt Resolution No. 2022-xx, for the Update of the Pavement Management Plan.

4. Authorize staff to submit documents to meet M2 Eligibility requirements.

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BACKGROUND:
In November 1990, the Orange County voters passed Measure M, the Revised Traffic Improvement and Growth Management Ordinance. The Ordinance provided for the establishment and implementation of a one-half percent retail transaction and use tax to fund transportation improvements for a period of 20 years. The County of Orange Board of Supervisors designated the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) as the local transportation authority responsible for administering the revenue from Measure M that ended in 2011.
Renewed Measure M (M2) is a 30-year extension of the original program, approved by voters in 2006. Like its predecessor, Renewed Measure M net revenues are generated from the retail transaction and use tax of one-half percent. Net revenues contribute to two (2) types of Renewed Measure M funding: Fair Share and Competitive.

All Orange County cities are eligible for Fair Share funding, based on population, number of existing Master Plan of Arterial Highways centerline miles, and taxable sales. For FY 2022-23, Costa Mesa is estimated to receive approximately $2.9 million in Fair Share funds once OCTA eligibility requirements are met. Fulfilling these requirements will also allow the City to qualify for competitive f...

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