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04 April 10, 1991 Budget & Finance• • 053760 BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1991 12:00 P.M. RCTC CONFERENCE ROOM 3560 UNIVERSITY AVENUE, SUITE 100, RIVERSIDE AGENDA 1. CALL TO ORDER. 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES. 3. PROPOSED 1990-91 BUDGET REVISION FOR BEST. BEST & KRIEGER LEGAL SERVICES. (RCTC Agenda Item No. 4A1) ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE & STAFF RECOMMENDATIONS That the Commission approve the revised budget for Best, Best & Krieger to add $175,000 (inclusive of toll road work) for their services as general counsel, subject to Budget and Finance Committee recommendation. 4 FINANCIAL ADVISORY SERVICES CONTRACT WITH ERNST & YOUNG AND SECURITY PACIFIC. (ROTC Agenda Item No. 4A2) ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION That the Commission approve an increase of $70,000 to the contract with Ernst & Young and Security Pacific for financial advisory services, subject to Budget and Finance Committee approval. 5 1990-91 BUDGET REVISIONS FOR MEASURE A. SAFE AND RCTC. (RCTC Agenda Item No. 4A3) ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION That the Commission approve the revised budgets and allocation percentages for indirect costs for Measure A, SAFE and RCTC, and the addition of $90,000 to Measure A Contingency Funds, subject to Budget and Finance Committee recommendation. 6 INVESTMENT OF BOND PROCEEDS. (RCTC Agenda Item No. 4A4) ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION Receive and file. • • 7 FY 1990-91 LTF FUNDS FOR CALIMESA AND CANYON LAKE. (RCTC Agenda Item No. 4A5) ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION That the Commission allocated $77,497 to Calimes& and $107,417 to Canyon Lake in LTF funds for streets and roads in FY 1990-91 from the Western County apportionment area and reduce the County of Riverside allocation for streets and roads by $184,914. 8 CLEAN FUEL CONVERSION FUNDING FOR MOBILE COMMUTER STORE. (RCTC Agenda Item No. 4A6) ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION Subject to Budget and Finance Committee approval, that the Commission direct staff to: 1) Requests SB 2297 funding from SCAQMD for the conversion of the mobile commuter store unit to LPG per the Acurex proposal and that said finding cover all costs of the project as required by SCAQMD's Technology Advancement Office; and, 2) Continue to seek funding from SCAQMD's Public Affairs Division for start-up costs of the unit. 9 WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS - LTF WORK AND AGREEMENT. (RCTC Agenda Item No. 4B7) ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION To approve the allocation of $500,600 to the Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG) and authorize the Chairman to execute the agreement with WRCOG for implementing their work program. 10 CONTRACTS WITH KAWES. JHK AND LSA FOR PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING. TRAFFIC ANALYSIS AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES FOR MEASURE A OUTSIDE WIDENING OF ROUTE 91 BETWEEN ROUTE 71 AND INTERSTATE 15, (RCTC Agenda Item No. 4C1) ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION Approve the submittal of a preliminary engineering services (KAWES), traffic analysis (JHK) and environmental studies (LSA) contracts for the Route 91 Outside Widening with the understanding that the actual cost for all three contracts will be within the previously described limits and all other differences will be resolved to the mutual satisfaction of RCTC, BB&K, and the contractors (KAWES, JHK, and LSA). 11 COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT BETWEEN CALTRANS AND RCTC FOR THE RAMP METERING PROJECT ON SR 91 FROM THE ORANGE COUNTY LINE TO VAN BUREN BOULEVARD. (ROTC Agenda Item No. 4C2) ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION Approve the Cooperative Agreement for the ramp metering project on SR 91. 12 LOCOMOTIVE PROCUREMENT (RCTC Agenda Item No. 6B) ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE AND STAFF RECOMMENDATION 1) That the use of Measure A funds to purchase new locomotives and process the requisite amendments to the approved TCI application with CTC. 2) Request the LACTC and Interim Joint Powers Authority to exercise the option in the General Motors locomotive contract to purchase 3 locomotives to be used for the provision of interim construction mitigation service. 3) The use of Measure A funds for the procurement, should events occur which delay access to the TCI funds (approximately $6.6 million not including progress payments). 13. ADJOURNMENT.