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File #: 19-0018    Version: 1
Type: Consent - Staff Report Status: Agenda Ready
In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 1/15/2019 Final action:
Title: Resolution No. 19-0002 of Intention to Provide for Annual Levy and Collection of Assessments for the North Manhattan Beach Business Improvement District and Setting February 19, 2019, for a Public Hearing (Finance Director Charelian). ADOPT RESOLUTION NO. 19-0002
Attachments: 1. Resolution No. 19-0002, 2. 2019 Annual Budget and Activity Plan
TO:
Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

THROUGH:
Bruce Moe, City Manager

FROM:
Steve S. Charelian, Finance Director
Cynthia Mickschl, Revenue Services Specialist

SUBJECT:Title
Resolution No. 19-0002 of Intention to Provide for Annual Levy and Collection of Assessments for the North Manhattan Beach Business Improvement District and Setting February 19, 2019, for a Public Hearing (Finance Director Charelian).
ADOPT RESOLUTION NO. 19-0002
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Recommended Action
RECOMMENDATION:
The North Manhattan Beach Business Improvement District (North MB BID) Advisory Board and City staff recommend that the City Council adopt Resolution No. 19-0002 announcing the City's intention to renew and to set assessments for the North MB BID for 2019, and set the public hearing for February 19, 2019.
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FISCAL IMPLICATION:
There is no budgetary or other financial implication associated with the adoption of the Resolution of Intention.

BACKGROUND:
From 1969 to 2004, a North Manhattan Beach Business Improvement District existed (then called North End BID) for commercial properties located along the northern portion of Highland Avenue and a few businesses located along Rosecrans Avenue just east of Highland. This Business Improvement District, formed under the Parking and Business Improvement District Law of 1965, was fairly limited in scope and was used mainly to address parking acquisition and construction.

In December 2004, Council approved revamping the North MB BID because it was apparent that opportunities for increased parking were limited. Business owners in this area were interested in using the accumulated funds (then totaling around $300,000) for promotional purposes and to create an identity for North Manhattan Beach. As a result, this BID was dissolved to form a new BID pursuant to the Parking and Business Improvement Area Law of 1989 (Streets and Highway Code 36500), which permits funds ...

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