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DocuSign Envelope ID.4C8B2031-CF88-4022-895F-5763258119D9 <br /> ORDINANCE NO. 3065 <br /> AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 3033 <br /> ENTITILED "AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE CAPITAL FACILITIES PLAN(CFP) FOR <br /> THE 6-YEAR PERIOD 2019-2024" <br /> WHEREAS, RCW 36.70A.070(3)requires jurisdictions operating under the Growth <br /> Management Act to include a capital facilities element in their comprehensive plan, which the <br /> City of Anacortes is, and does, so therefore needs to amend the Capital Facilities Plan(CFP) in <br /> conjunction with the City Budget, and <br /> WHEREAS, in advocating the City's business some projects emerged that were unanticipated at <br /> the time of budget development that meet the requirements of inclusion in the City's CFP, and <br /> WHEREAS, there are two unanticipated projects the first of which is in the Road department, <br /> and consists of the extension of 16th street from C avenue to D avenue and will be a joint <br /> interagency project that will be worked with the Samish Indian Nation, the project costs will be <br /> borne by the Samish Nation estimated in the amount of$450,000. The second project is <br /> replacing the Wastewater Treatment plant outfall, which is estimated to total $20,000,000, the <br /> design of which is currently under Council approved contract. Inclusion of this project in the <br /> CFP allows the use of Wastewater General Facility charges, and also allows the GFC's to be <br /> recalculated to include the outfall project, which may lead to an increase in Wastewater GFC's. <br /> NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Anacortes, <br /> Washington, as follows: <br /> Ordinance No. 3033 dated December 17, 2018 adopting the Capital Facilities Plan for the six <br /> year period 2019—2024 is hereby amended to reflect the following revisions to expenditures and <br /> revenues in the following departments: <br /> Wastewater $21,000,000 <br /> Transportation $450,000 <br /> The total estimated expenditures/revenues for each major category and the aggregate total for all <br /> such categories combined are summarized and set forth as follows: <br /> Parks $6,985,000 <br /> General Government $24,419,498 <br /> Fire $5,668,654 <br /> Transportation $38,073,292 <br /> Water $41,464,000 <br /> Wastewater $36,105,000 <br /> Storm $1,800,000 <br /> Solid Waste $243,000 <br /> Total $154,758,444 <br /> Ordnance 3065 1 <br />