STAFF REPORT - CITY COUNCIL/SUCCESSOR AGENCY/PUBLIC FINANCE AUTHORITY
|Subject:||Authorize City Manager to Execute City Engineering Task Orders for Construction Engineering and Design Engineering for Segments 10-12 of the Coalinga Multi-Use Trail System Funded by the Congestion Mitigation Air Quality Grant Program|
|Meeting Date:||March 5, 2020|
|From:||Marissa Trejo, City Manager|
|Prepared by:||Sean Brewer, Assistant City Manager|
Council Authorization for the City Manager to Execute City Engineering Task Orders for Construction Engineering and Design Engineering Services for Segments 10-12 of the Coalinga Multi-Use Trail System Funded by the Congestion Mitigation Air Quality Grant Program
In 2018 the City of Coalinga received a grant award notification through the Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ) grant program in the amount of $741,000 to design and construct segments 10-12 of the multi-use trail system. Segments 10-12 cover Monterey from Lucille Ave to Cambridge Ave.
Attached are the work orders for design engineering and construction engineering from the City Engineer for the design and construction support of segments 10-12 of trail plan. Once approved by the City Council, the City Engineer will begin immediately on surveying and design in order to proceed with this project expeditiously.
- Do not approve the work orders and authorize the City Manager to execute said work orders as requested by Staff and direct staff accordingly- this is not recommended
V. FISCAL IMPACT:
The design task order is not to exceed $138,000 and the construction engineering task order is not to exceed $46,000. All costs associated with design and construction engineering is budgeted and paid from the proceeds of the CMAQ grant award.