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06 June 29, 1992 Commission - AmendedRIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AMENDED AGENDA MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1992 9:00 A.M. Riverside County Transportation Commission 3560 University Ave., Ste. 100 Riverside, CA 92501 1. Call to Order. 2. Self -Introductions. 3. Public Comments. PULLED FROM AGENDA - DISCUSS IN CLOSED SESSION OVERVIEW The purchase of running rights on the Santa Fe main -line, the acquisition of related station sites and acquisition of the San Jacinto Branch (SJB) line by the Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCCRA) has been agreed to by Santa Fe. Prior to actual acquisition of any station sites or the SJB the SCRRA and RCTC must verify the chain -of -title and conduct hazardous waste Due Diligence Audits for each parcel of Santa Fe land to be acquired in -fee. To verify chain -of -title and conduct the necessary Due Diligence Audits it is proposed that RCTC hire qualified consultants. Staff Recommendations (1) Approve the list of qualified Title Companies as follows: 1. Chicago Title 2. Quality Title 3. First American Title Page Three June 29, 1992 RCTC Agenda Staff Recommendation That the Commission: (1) Discuss and take action to request the Riverside County Board of Supervisors to place the bond debt limitation increase proposal on the November 1992 ballot subject to approval of the proposal by the WRCOG Executive Committee; and (2) Adopt Ordinance No. 92-01. 6. FY 1991/92 Federal Transportation Funds - Riverside County. OVERVIEW The Commission will discuss and take action to approve projects for funding under the FY 91/92 Surface Transportation Program (STP) and Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ), Staff Recommendation That the Commission approve projects for funding the FY 91/92 Surface Transportation Program (STP) and Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ). 7. CLOSED SESSION. 7,8. ADJOURNMENT. RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AGENDA MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1992 9:00 A.M. Riverside County Transportation Commission 3560 University Ave., Ste. 100 Riverside, CA 92501 1. Call to Order. 2. Self -Introductions. 3. Public Comments. 4. Contracts with Title Companies to Verify Chain -of -Title and Contracts with Hazardous Waste Consultants to Perform Due Diligence Audits for Acquisition of Railroad Right -of -Way and Commuter Rail Station Sites from the ATSF Railway (Santa Fe). OVERVIEW The purchase of running rights on the Santa Fe main -line, the acquisition of related station sites and acquisition of the San Jacinto Branch (SJB) line by the Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCCRA) has been agreed to by Santa Fe. Prior to actual acquisition of any station sites or the SJB the SCRRA and RCTC must verify the chain -of -title and conduct hazardous waste Due Diligence Audits for each parcel of Santa Fe land to be acquired in -fee. To verify chain -of -title and conduct the necessary Due Diligence Audits it is proposed that RCTC hire qualified consultants. Staff Recommendations (1) Approve the list of qualified Title Companies as follows: 1. Chicago Title 2. Quality Title 3. First American Title Page Two June 29, 1992 RCTC Agenda (2) Authorize the Executive Director the ability to select any or all of the preceding three (3) qualified Title Companies on a as needed or on -call basis to perform the necessary title searches for RCTC on the Santa Fe properties. It is anticipated that each Santa Fe parcel requiring a title search would cost RCTC approximately $300. The called upon title companies would be assigned groups of parcels to evaluate. The overall cost for allnecessary document searches by all title companies is expected to not exceed $25,000. The final cost, schedule and scope -of -work for all title searches will be negotiated with each individual title company and RCTC staff and legal counsel prior to the Executive Director issuing a Notice -to - Proceed. (3) Approve the list of qualified Hazardous Waste contractors as follows: 1. BCM Engineers 2. A.L. Burke Engineers (DBE) 3. Chambers Group, Inc. 4. Converse Environmental West 5. Ninyo & Moore (DBE) (4) Authorize the Executive Director the ability to select any or all of the preceding five (5) qualified hazardous waste consultants on a as needed or on -call basis to perform the necessary Phase I and Phase II investigations for RCTC on the Santa Fe properties.lt is anticipated that no more than 15 sites would need an hazardous waste investigation including the San Jacinto Branch line. The Phase I and Phase II reports for the Santa Fe rail right-of-way and station sites are expected to range in cost between $5,000 and $75,000 depending on the size, former use and complexity of the site. The final cost, schedule and scope -of -work for all Phase I and Phase II investigations will be negotiated with each individual hazardous waste consultant and RCTC staff and legal counsel prior to the Executive Director issuing a Notice -to -Proceed. 5. Measure A Expenditure Bond Debt Limitation Increase Proposal OVERVIEW This is a proposal for a bond debt limitation increase to be placed on the November 1992 ballot. The Commission will discuss and may take action to request the County Board of Supervisors to place an increase in the Bond Debt Limit for the Measure A Program subject to affirmative recommendation by WRCOG. Page Three June 29, 1992 RCTC Agenda Staff Recommendation That the Commission: (1) Discuss and take action to request the Riverside County Board of Supervisors to place the bond debt limitation increase proposal on the November 1992 ballot subject to approval of the proposal by the WRCOG Executive Committee; and (2) Adopt Ordinance No. 92-01. 6. FY 1991 /92 Federal Transportation Funds - Riverside County. OVERVIEW The Commission will discuss and take action to approve projects for funding under the FY 91 /92 Surface Transportation Program (STP) and Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ). Staff Recommendation That the Commission approve projects for funding the FY 91/92 Surface Transportation Program (STP) and Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ). 7. ADJOURNMENT.