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Item # D.
Mike Todnem, Community Development & Public Works
Community Development & Public Works
Resolution No. (R)19-36, appointing Town Manager Mary Jacobs as the Applicant Agent for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Department of Emergency Military Affairs (DEMA) for the Lambert Lane Dip Crossing Reconstruction Project
Staff recommends approval.
The Town of Oro Valley has been awarded a $220,909.50 FEMA/DEMA grant for the Lambert Lane Dip Crossing Reconstruction project. FEMA/DEMA has requested that the Town update its Applicant Agent to the current Town Manager, Mary Jacobs, for signatures on all required paperwork (i.e. reimbursement requests, audit results, etc.). FEMA/DEMA requires that the Town officially change the Applicant Agent with a resolution of the Town Council.
BACKGROUND OR DETAILED INFORMATION:
The Lambert Lane Dip Crossing Reconstruction is a stabilization project to protect a 180' section of Lambert Lane from shoulder erosion and potential undermining of asphalt pavement. This area became a life safety issue after monsoon storms of 2018 washed out shoulder material and exposed and undermined asphalt pavement. Stabilization will consist of an asphalt paved shoulder, concrete toe downs, drop structure and a rock (reno) mattress for the length of the project.
This project is identified within the current adopted Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budget.
Approval of this resolution will allow the Town of Oro Valley to receive $220,909.50 of FEMA/DEMA funding to offset costs of the associated project in the total amount of $294,546.00.
I MOVE to (APPROVE or DENY) Resolution No. (R)19-36, appointing Town Manager Mary Jacobs as the Applicant Agent for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Emergency and Military Affairs for the Lambert Lane Dip Crossing Reconstruction project.
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