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Notice of Revisions to the TransNet Extension Ordinance

On March 23, 2012, the SANDAG Board of Directors, acting as the San Diego County Regional Transportation Commission, adopted amendments to the TransNet Extension Ordinance and Expenditure Plan (Ordinance No. CO 04-01). The full text of the amendments is on file with the Clerk of the SANDAG Board at 401 B Street, San Diego, CA 92101 and may also be viewed below.

Changes will become effective on April 22, 2012.

Voting Record

The amendments were adopted by the following vote:
Yes – 18 (Weighted vote, 100%): Carlsbad (Hall), Chula Vista (Cox), Coronado (Ovrom), County of San Diego (Roberts, Horn), Del Mar (Hilliard), EI Cajon (Lewis), Encinitas (Stocks), Escondido (Abed), Imperial Beach (Janney), La Mesa (Madrid), Lemon Grove (Sessom), Oceanside (Feller), Poway (Higginson), San Diego (City) (Zapf, Young), San Marcos (Jones), Santee (Dale), Solana Beach (Heebner), Vista (Ritter).
No – 0 (Weighted vote, 0%).
Abstain – 0 (Weighted vote, 0%).

Summary of Amendments

The nature of the adopted amendments is as follows:

1. Sections 2(A)(1)(a)(6) & 2(A)(1)(a)(17) of the TransNet Extension Ordinance and Expenditure Plan Analysis were amended to swap funds allocated for two reversible high-occupancy vehicle lanes on Interstate 805 (I-805) between State Routes 54 and 905 for a portion of the acquisition costs of the State Route 125 (SR 125) toll road franchise lease and related assets. The improvements on I-805, valued at a remaining $134 million in 2002 dollars, were removed from the Expenditure Plan. The dollar value of these improvements was deducted from the TransNet SR 125 loan amount and SANDAG debts on the toll road reduced.

2. The deadline for acting on an additional regional funding measure was extended to meet the long-term requirements for implementing habitat conservation plans in the San Diego region by four additional years to no later than 2016.

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