Fairfield council lays groundwork for landscaping, lighting district budgets

FAIRFIELD — The Town Council this week gave preliminary approval for the 2022-23 engineer’s studies and declared its intention to levy assessment fees for 16 Landscaping and Lighting Maintenance districts.

The votes have been unanimous other than for District No. 7 – Rolling Hills. Councilwoman Catherine Moy voted versus that resolution.

The complete expenditures in the district had been outlined in the workers report as a minimal a lot more than $4.21 million. The assessments, if authorized subsequent a public hearing on July 19, will go over about $4 million.

The council dedicated $173,760 in General Fund pounds to go over section of the variance, and curiosity of $37,236.

“The city’s General Fund contributions are manufactured . . . to address a portion of the prices for road lights, arterial landscaping and irrigation, which has been determined to be a common community advantage rather than a specific advantage to the district property entrepreneurs,” the staff members report states.

The breakdown of proposed fiscal 12 months 2022-23 assessments for every district are:

• District No. 1 – Gateway: $205,965 of total income of $205,971.
• District No. 3 – Waterman Highlands: $47,190 of overall earnings of $60,194, with a Standard Fund contribution of $13,000.
• District No. 5 – Smith Ranch: $796,392 of full earnings of $831,766, with a Basic Fund contribution of $35,373.
• District No. 6 – Peppertree: $28,320 of whole profits of $28,320.
• District No. 7 – Rolling Hills: $316,447 of overall income of $351,850, with a General Fund contribution of $35,374.
• District No. 8 – Kolob Estates: $52,000 of the full revenue of $53,5111, with a Typical Fund contribution of $1,040.
• District No. 10 – Southbrook: $532,710 of the complete revenue of $545,358, with a Typical Fund contribution of $12,485.
• District No. 11 – Paradise Valley North: $259,160 of complete revenue of $269,659, with a Standard Fund contribution of $10,404.
• District No. 12 – Downtown Enterprise: $62,020 of complete earnings of $62,021.
• District, No. 13 – North Cordelia: $613,895 of total revenue of $644,129 with a Standard Fund contribution of $30,172.
• District No. 14 – Woodlake: $284,012 of whole earnings of $316,796, with a General Fund contribution of $16,646.
• District No. 15 – Gold Ridge: $258,810 of complete income of $271,326, with a Normal Fund contribution of $5,202.
• District No. 16 – Creekside at Cordelia: $44,091 of whole profits of $44,664.
• District No. 17 – Chadbourne-­Beck-­Cordelia: $280,293 of complete revenues of $288,699.
• District No. 18 – Gold Ridge Park: $93,203 of overall revenue of $110,020, with a Normal Fund contribution of $14,064.
• District No. 19 – Company Commons: $127,192 of overall revenues of $128,811.