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Voting for District 4

A Notice of Proposed Assessment, the Proposition 218 ballot, a return envelope, and a Notice of Public Hearing were mailed to each affected property owner in the District after the November 19, 2019 City Council Meeting.

BALLOTS MUST BE RETURNED TO:

City Clerk
City of Manhattan Beach
1400 Highland Avenue
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

and
RECEIVED BY

January 7, 2020
prior to close of the Public Hearing

If you have not received the Proposition 218 ballot by November 29, 2019, please notify the City by sending an email to Anastasia Seims, the City’s Project Manager.

December 10, 2019 Public Meeting

At the November 19, 2019 City Council Meeting, the City Council approved the following:

  1. The Resolution of Intention for Underground Utility Assessment District No. 19-4 (District 4), which is a Jurisdictional Resolution that is required in order to declare the intent to finance improvements through the levy of assessments and the issuance of bonds.
  2. The Preliminary Engineer’s Report  (PDF) for District 4, which includes the assessment methodology and the value to be assessed to each parcel based on the construction bids provided by the utilities in July 2019.
  3. The date, time and place of the Public Hearing, which is where the ballots will be counted, was set for January 7, 2020 at 6:00 PM at the City Council Chamber.

The Notice of Public Meeting  (PDF) will be mailed on November 27, 2019. A Public Meeting will be held on December 10, 2019 to provide homeowners in District 4 an opportunity to ask questions regarding the Preliminary Engineer’s Report, the proposed parcel underground utility assessments identified in the Preliminary Engineer’s Report, and the Proposition 218 process.

We strongly encourage all District 4 homeowners to attend this public meeting.  The Assessment Engineer and representatives from the City and utilities will be present to answer any questions you may have.

Pursuant to the requirements of Proposition 218, construction will not commence unless at least 50% + 1 of the weighted return ballots from property owners within the District are in favor of the assessment and the District is formed.

Schedule of Upcoming Activities:

NextSteps

For additional information, please email Anastasia Seims or call (310) 802-5361.

Public Outreach for Utility Design Plans

 Southern California Edison, Spectrum, and Frontier completed their design plans for Underground Utility Assessment District 4 in July 2019, and the design plans identify the locations of all planned infrastructure for these three utilities, including both above ground and subsurface facilities such as vent pipes, vaults, hand holes and new marbelite streetlights.

The Notice of Public Meeting (PDF) was mailed on August 15, 2019. A Public Meeting was held on Thursday, September 12, 2019 to review the design plans with homeowners in Underground Utility Assessment District 4 in order to provide an opportunity to:

  1. Review the construction documents showing all infrastructure planned in the public right-of-way adjacent to each parcel;

  2. Verify the correct location of each utility stub out in the public right-of-way relative to individual property service panels, and
      
  3. Comment on the construction documents by sending an email to Anastasia SeimsThe comment period closed Monday, September 23, 2019.  All comments provided will be considered, and if appropriate, revisions will be incorporated into the construction documents.

A  Map Legend (PDF) with associated definitions for the color coding included on the design plans are provided for reference. 

Design Plans

The design plans are available for your review:

  • Plan Set 1 (PDF)
    District 4 portion near 1st Street between Ardmore Avenue and Poinsettia Avenue
  • Plan Set 2 (PDF)
    District 4 portion near 1st Street between Poinsettia Avenue and Dianthus Street
  • Plan Set 3 (PDF)  
    District 4 portion near 1st Street between Dianthus Street and Sepulveda Boulevard
  • Plan Set 4 (PDF)  
    District 4 portion near Duncan Place and Duncan Avenue between Ardmore Avenue and Poinsettia Avenue
  • Plan Set 5 (PDF)  
    District 4 portion near Duncan Place and Duncan Avenue  between Poinsettia Avenue and Dianthus Street
  • Plan Set 6 (PDF) 
    District 4 portion near Duncan Place and Duncan Avenue between Dianthus Street and Sepulveda Boulevard
  • Plan Set 7 (PDF)  
    District 4 portion near Dianthus Street and Boundary Place

For additional information, please email Anastasia Seims or call (310) 802-5361.

 

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