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RANCHO PALOS VERDES CITY COUNCIL <br />AGENDA REPORT <br />AGENDA DESCRIPTION: <br />MEETING DATE: 05/16/2017 <br />AGENDA HEADING: Consent Calendar <br />Consideration and possible action to approve a Use Restriction and Covenant against <br />certain Palos Verdes Nature Preserve properties that were fully or partially acquired <br />utilizing Proposition A grant funds. <br />RECOMMENDED COUNCIL ACTION: <br />1) Authorize the Director of Public Works to execute and deliver to the Los Angeles <br />Regional Park and Open Space District for recordation a deed restriction in the <br />form of a Use Restriction and Covenant on open space properties within the <br />Palos Verdes Nature Preserve that were fully or partially acquired utilizing <br />Proposition A Grant Funds, as required by the grant conditions and as approved <br />by the District's legal counsel and the City Attorney. <br />FISCAL IMPACT: Per Government Code Section 27383, the recordation of certain <br />use restrictions will incur no cost to the City. <br />Amount Budgeted: None <br />Additional Appropriation: None <br />Account Number(s): None <br />ORIGINATED BY: Lauren Ramezani, Senior Administrative Analyst`,'- <br />REVIEWED BY: Terry Rodrigue, Interim Director of Public Works <br />APPROVED BY: Doug Willmore, City Manager ;"/ry:/ <br />ATTACHED SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS: <br />A. 1996 Proposition A (AKA Measure A) Bond Section Allocation Grant Funds <br />(page A-1) <br />B. List of Properties, Grant Sources and Current Restrictions (page B-1) <br />C. Map and Property Description of 17 acres of Donation Property (page C-1) <br />D. Map of the York 29 -acre Donated Property (page D-1) <br />E. Use Covenant and Restriction Running with the Land (page E-1) <br />BACKGROUND AND DISCUSSION: <br />Grant Fund Expenditures: The 1996 Proposition A specifically earmarked a portion of <br />its funds for the City's acquisition of open space for habitat and wildlife preservation in <br />the general vicinity of the Portuguese Bend area (Attachment A). In 2001, the City used <br />$3,844,087 in Grant Funds to acquire 98 acres of undeveloped open space land <br />commonly referred to as the Barkentine (formerly "3 Sisters") property ("Barkentine <br />1 <br />