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File #: FCD2021-12    Version:
Type: FCD Resolution Status: Passed
File created: In control: King County Flood Control District
On agenda: Final action: 11/9/2021
Enactment date: Enactment #: FCD2021-12
Title: A RESOLUTION relating to the operations and finances of the District, adopting the 2022 budget and authorizing improvements.
Attachments: 1. FCD2021-12 Final, 2. A. King County Flood Control District 2022 Work Program, 3. B. 2022 Annual Budget, 4. C. 2022 Annual Operating Budget, 5. D. 2022 Annual Capital Budget, 6. E. 2022 - 2027 Six-Year CIP, 7. F. 2022 Annual District Oversight Budget, 8. G. 2022 Subregional Opportunity Fund Allocations, 9. H. 2022 - 2027 Six-Year CIP Project Allocations, 10. FCD2021-12 Staff Report, 11. REFERENCE ONLY Expenditure Chart, 12. REFERENCE ONLY Financial Plan, 13. REFERENCE ONLY Changes Since AC Recommendations, 14. FCD2021-12 Technical 2022 Budget Striker, 15. FCD2021-12 Invoice & Affidavit.pdf

Drafter

Clerk 11/15/2021

Title

A RESOLUTION relating to the operations and finances of the District, adopting the 2022 budget and authorizing improvements.

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                     WHEREAS, pursuant to RCW 86.15.140, the King County Flood Control Zone District ("the District") held a public hearing on the proposed 2022 budget of the District on November 9, 2021, and

                     WHEREAS, the board of supervisors ("the Board") desires to adopt the King County Flood Control Zone District's 2022 budget, and

                     WHEREAS, by Ordinance 15728, the King County council adopted the District's initial comprehensive plan of development for flood and stormwater control, which is titled "2006 King County Flood Hazard Management Plan," and by Resolution FCD2011-05.1, the District Board amended the initial plan to include a project in the city of Seattle (collectively, the District Comprehensive Plan), and

                     WHEREAS, pursuant to RCW 86.15.110, the Board must approve by resolution all flood control and storm water control improvements, prior to the extension, enlargement, acquisition or construction of such improvements, and

                     WHEREAS, RCW 85.15.110, further provides that such approval resolution must state whether the improvements are to be extended, enlarged, acquired or constructed; state that the comprehensive plan has been adopted; state that the improvements generally contribute to the objectives of the comprehensive plan; state that the improvements will benefit the county as a whole; state the estimated costs of the improvements; and identify the data supporting the estimated costs, and

                     WHEREAS, the Board desires to approve improvements in the District's 2022 budget that are not in the District Comprehensive Plan, or that have been modified by the District's 2022 budget, in accordance with RCW 85.15.110;

                     NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE KING COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL ZONE DISTRICT:

                     SECTION 1.  The Board hereby adopts the 2022 Budget for the District, as set forth in Attachments A ("Work Program"), B ("2022 Annual Budget"), C ("2022 Annual Operating Budget"), D ("2022 Annual Capital Budget"), E ("2022 - 2027 Six-Year CIP"), F ("2022 Annual District Oversight Budget"), G ("2022 Subregional Opportunity Fund Allocations"), and H ("2022-2027 Six-Year CIP Project Allocations") to this resolution; provided that King County, or other jurisdictions contracted to implement projects, work shall submit predesign reports for capital projects to the District executive director, and shall seek approval from the executive director of project charters and outreach plans.  Furthermore, King County and other service providers as appropriate shall provide to the District executive director thirty percent design project reports for authorization to proceed with sixty percent design, sixty percent design project reports for authorization to proceed to ninety percent design, and ninety percent design project reports for authorization to proceed to one hundred percent design.

                     SECTION 2.  The Board approves the extension, enlargement, acquisition or construction, as applicable, of the improvements that are included in the District Comprehensive Plan, that are included in the District Comprehensive Plan but have been modified by Attachments C, D and H to this resolution, or that are not included in the District Comprehensive Plan but are identified in Attachments C, D and H to this resolution (collectively, "the Improvements").  The District Comprehensive Plan includes the streams or water courses upon which the Improvements will be enlarged, extended, acquired or constructed.  The Board determines that the Improvements generally contribute to the objectives of the District Comprehensive Plan and will be of benefit to the county as a whole.

                     SECTION 3.  The estimated costs of the Improvements are stated in Attachments C, D and H to this resolution and the supporting data for the estimated costs are on file with the director of the King County water and land resources division.

                     SECTION 4.  For Improvements that will be constructed, preliminary engineering studies and plans either have been prepared or will be prepared, and have been filed or will be filed, with the director of the King County water and land resources division.

                     SECTION 5.  The Board reiterates its commitment to educating residents of King County about the dangers of dam failure and directs the District executive director to continue to work with the King County office of emergency management on a dam education and outreach program.

                     SECTION 6.  The Board directs District executive director to work with King County water and land resources division to provide a quarterly report on the progress of the Sammamish River Capital Investment Strategy to interested stakeholders.

                     SECTION 7.  The Board directs the District executive director to provide the members of the District Advisory Committee with briefings related to the nexus between flood risk reduction and equity and social justice.

                     SECTION 8.  The Board directs the District executive director and King County water and land resources division to provide regular updates to and seek the advice of the members of the District Advisory Committee related to the update of the 2006 King County Flood Hazard Management Plan.

                     SECTION 9.  The Board directs the District executive director to provide members of the District Advisory Committee regular reports on capital and financial projections, including additional information on the "right-sizing" process for expenditure projections for all District service providers.

                     SECTION 10.  The Board directs the District executive director and King County water and land resources division to continue to implement the elements of FCDECM2021-03.

                     SECTION 11.  The Board directs King County water and land resources division to provide a monthly report to the District executive director of the status of acquisitions of property necessary to implement capital projects identified in Attachment H to this resolution.

                     SECTION 12.  The Board directs the District executive director to develop options relating to the creation of a monitoring trigger in the District's fund balance policy to ensure the fund balance and new revenue are sufficient to cover future capital and operating needs.

                     SECTION 13.  The Board directs King County water and land resources division to provide a monthly report to the District executive director on the status of inspections of all facilities monitored and maintained by King County as a service provider to the District.

                     SECTION 14.  The Board directs King County water and land resources division to provide a monthly report to the executive director on the status of recruitment and hiring of all vacant positions funded by the District.

                     SECTION 15.  The Board directs King County water and land resources division to provide a quarterly report to the District executive director on the status of progress on items in the Work Program as set forth in Attachment A to this resolution.

                     SECTION 16.  Section 3.5 of the interlocal agreement between the District and King County provides that King County shall notify the District executive director in writing if the county needs to modify or reprioritize capital projects. King County's notifications to the District executive director should include information regarding variations within project budgets of

more than twenty percent in the "acquisition," "design," "construction," "contingency" and "total" expenditure categories, shown on Attachment D to this resolution.