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DATE: September 11, 2012 7. 1 <br /> CATEGORY: New Business <br /> COUNCIL <br /> REPORT DEPT.: Community Development <br /> TITLE: Grant Acceptance and San Antonio <br /> Visioning Process Update <br /> It <br /> CITY III MOUNTAIN VII w <br /> RECOMMENDATION <br /> 1. Authorize the City Manager or designee to accept the Metropolitan Transportation <br /> Commission (MTC) Priority Development Area (PDA) $400,000 planning grant <br /> award and execute a funding agreement with MTC to develop an El Camino Real <br /> Precise Plan. <br /> 2. Authorize the City Manager or designee to accept the State of California <br /> Proposition 84 Sustainable Communities $503,000 planning grant award and <br /> execute a funding agreement with the State of California to develop a San Antonio <br /> Precise Plan, partially fund development of an El Camino Real Precise Plan, and <br /> fund consultant services for sustainability work in the North Bayshore Change <br /> Area and Zoning Code updates. <br /> 3. Create a new midyear Capital Improvement Project (CIP) for development of the <br /> El Camino Real Precise Plan and San Antonio Precise Plan and increase <br /> appropriations in the CIP by the amount of the grant awards. (Five votes <br /> required) <br /> 4. Appropriate and transfer $350,000 from the CIP Reserve to the new CIP to fund <br /> development of a San Antonio Precise Plan Environmental Impact Report and <br /> related technical studies. (Five votes required) <br /> BACKGROUND <br /> General Plan Action Plan <br /> On July 10, 2012, the City Council adopted the City's 2030 General Plan, including the <br /> companion General Plan Action Plan. <br />