City of Albuquerque
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File #: R-19-173   
Type: Resolution Status: In Council - Reported from Committee
File created: 6/17/2019 In control: Finance & Government Operations Committee
Final action:
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Amending The City Of Albuquerque Component Capital Implementation Program To Include A New Roadway Facilities Project, Paseo Del Norte Widening (IV)-Universe To The Western City Limits (Borrego)
Attachments: 1. R-173
CITY of ALBUQUERQUE
TWENTY THIRD COUNCIL


COUNCIL BILL NO. R-19-173 ENACTMENT NO. __________________

SPONSORED BY: Cynthia D. Borrego


RESOLUTION
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Amending The City Of Albuquerque Component Capital Implementation Program To Include A New Roadway Facilities Project, Paseo Del Norte Widening (IV)-Universe To The Western City Limits (Borrego)
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WHEREAS, the City Council adopted ?14-19 ROA 1994, the Impact Fee Ordinance with the following findings:
1. That the City is committed to funding the provision of capital facilities necessary to cure any deficiencies that may exist in already developed areas of the City,
2. An impact fee study commissioned by the City Council to develop land use assumptions and guide the establishment of impact fees determined that new development will continue and will place increasing demands on the City to provide additional capital improvements, and
3. That impact fees provide a reasonable method of assessing a new development for a portion of the costs for new capital facilities and improvements to existing facilities that in accordance with applicable law are rationally related to the new development; and
WHEREAS, ?14-19-19 ROA 1994, establishes one road impact fee service area, encompassing all of the land within the City limits with the exclusion of the area within Mesa Del Sol; and
WHEREAS, ?14-19-13 ROA 1994, adopts recommendations and the impact fee schedule established through the September 13th 2012 Impact Fee Study that:
1. Restricts road impact fees to cover only the cost of capacity expansions to City-maintained arterial streets,
2. Establishes a consumption-based impact fee system where roadway impact fees are founded on an average cost for providing new roadway capacity and improving existing facilities,
3. Derives the impact fee schedule for roadways that are eligible to receive impact fees using an average cost model; a model type that can be amended without affecting ...

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