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File #: 18-4857    Version: 1 Name: Development and Cooperation Agreement for Torrence Creek Greenway - Town of Huntersville
Type: Consent Status: Consent
File created: 7/23/2018 In control: Asset/Facility Management
On agenda: 8/8/2018 Final action:
Title: : Development and Cooperation Agreement for Torrence Creek Greenway - Town of Huntersville
Attachments: 1. Resolution - Town of Huntersville Development and Cooperation Agreement.pdf, 2. November 2016 Town Resolution.pdf, 3. June 2018 Town Resolution.pdf, 4. Development Agreement Map.pdf, 5. Text File
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Title:
Development and Cooperation Agreement for Torrence Creek Greenway - Town of Huntersville

Summary
ACTION:
1) Adopt a resolution titled "Resolution approving the Development and Cooperation Agreement for Torrence Creek Greenway (CATS Park & Ride to Rosewood Lane)" between the County and Town of Huntersville

2) Accept donation of a permanent greenway easement on Tax Parcel 017-152-20 (+/- 1.49 acres) from the Town of Huntersville for construction of greenway trail along Torrence Creek

Staff Contact: Jacqueline McNeil, Asset and Facility Management


Presentation: No


BACKGROUND/JUSTIFICATION:
As part of its Fiscal Year 2019 - 2023 Capital Improvement Plan, the County approved construction of greenway trail along Torrence Creek in Huntersville. The project has a total budget of $2,300,043.

The Town of Huntersville has committed to providing $300,000 towards the project cost at such time as the County invoices the Town. At its June 2018 meeting, the Town's board approved a resolution authorizing the Town to be party to an agreement between the County and the Town for funding and construction of the trail.

The trail is planned to begin at the CATS Park and Ride lot which is east of I-77 and extend to the north side of Rosewood Meadow Lane along Torrence Creek Tributary No. 2. The project will add 0.88 miles of trail to existing trail that currently terminates at the south side of Rosewood Meadow Lane. The conditions of the developement and cooperation agreement provides that the County will be responsible for the delivery of:

Funds for the payment of the project consultants
Any other applicable agreements necessary to build the trail
Design and construction documents for the trail
Any applicable permits

Following completion of the trail, the County will maintain and operate the trail to standards comparable to other trails owned or operated by the County.

PROCUREMENT BACKGROUND:
N/A

POLICY IMPACT:
N/A

FISCAL IMPACT:
Funds for cons...

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