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RESOLUTION NO. 2020-26 <br />A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF <br />NEWPORT BEACH, CALIFORNIA, ADOPTING A LIST OF <br />PROJECTS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2020-21 FUNDED BY SB <br />1, THE ROAD REPAIR AND ACCOUNTABILITY ACT OF <br />2017 <br />WHEREAS, Senate Bill 1 ("SB 1 "), the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 <br />(Chapter 5, Statutes of 2017) was passed by the California Legislature and signed into <br />law by Governor Jerry Brown on April 28, 2017, to address the significant multi -modal <br />transportation funding shortfalls statewide; <br />WHEREAS, SB 1 includes accountability and transparency provisions that will <br />ensure the residents of the City of Newport Beach ("City") are aware of the projects <br />proposed for funding in the community and which projects have been completed each <br />fiscal year; <br />WHEREAS, the City must include a list of all projects proposed to receive funding <br />from the Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account ("RMRA"), created by SB 1, in <br />the City budget, which must include a description and location of each proposed project, <br />a proposed schedule for the project's completion, and the estimated useful life of the <br />improvement; <br />WHEREAS, the City, will receive an estimated $1,646,555 in RMRA funding in <br />Fiscal Year ("FY") 2020-21 from SB 1; <br />WHEREAS, this is the fourth year in which the City is receiving SB 1 funding which <br />will enable the City to continue road maintenance and rehabilitation projects, safety <br />improvements, repair and replace aging bridges, and increase access and mobility <br />options for the traveling public; <br />WHEREAS, the City has undergone a robust public process to ensure public input <br />into our community's transportation priorities and the project list; <br />WHEREAS, the City used a Pavement Management System to develop the SB 1 <br />project list to ensure revenues are being used on the most high-priority and cost-effective <br />projects that also meet the community's priorities for transportation investment; <br />