City Manager and Financial Services Director recommends City Council adopt Resolution No. 3907 to submit the Local Transportation Purposes Certifications and Claim Forms to Fresno County Transportation Authority (FCTA) for the City of Coalinga to collect its share of Measure “C” for fiscal year 2019-20 and authorize the Financial Services Director to sign the Local Transportation Pass Through Revenue Certifications and Claim Forms.
On June 12, 2019, the FCTA Board adopted their Board Resolution No. 2019-01 (Resolution attached) for Measure C Extension Local Transportation Purposes Pass-Through Projects and Program Funds apportionment for fiscal year 2019-20. The following is the Local Transportation Program Pass-Through and Subprograms of which the City of Coalinga will receive Measure C funding:
- 1.82% of $12,463,337 for Street Maintenance Category sub program, or City’s share $227,444;
- 1.84% of $432,978 for ADA Compliance Category sub program, or City’s share $7,961;
- 2.21% of $12,366,701 for Flexible Funding Category sub program, or City’s share $273,275.
Each subprogram has various requirements and exemptions for spending the funds and is outlined in the Measure C Extension 2007 Local Agency Handbook. These are the estimated apportionments scheduled for FY 2019-20 for the City of Coalinga Measure C Extension Program.
To receive these funds monthly, the City must file a separate 2019-20 Certification and Claim form for each sub program (forms attached) along with a City Council Resolution which is to be submitted to the Fresno County Transportation Authority. Once these documents have been accepted, each agency will receive a separate check for each sub program. Measure “C” funds will be distributed on a proportional basis as funds are received.
Staff is requesting that the City Council adopt Resolution No. 3907 to submit the City’s Local Transportation Program Certifications and Claim forms to the Fresno County Transportation Authority and authorize the signing of the claim forms by the Financial Services Director for the City to begin receiving its share of Measure “C” funds totaling $508,680.
V. FISCAL IMPACT:
The 2019-20 Measure C funding will augment other local transportation fund sources to carry out street maintenance programs and other public transportation improvements during the fiscal year.