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<br /> <br /> <br />DATE: May 16, 2017 <br /> <br />TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council <br /> <br />FROM: Jason Kruckeberg, Assistant City Manager/Development Services Director <br />Philip A. Wray, Deputy Director of Development Services/City Engineer <br /> <br />SUBJECT: AUTHORIZE THE EXPENDITURE OF $54,400 FOR THE REPAVING OF <br />A PORTION OF FOOTHILL BOULEVARD IN THE CITY LIMITS AS A <br />SCOPE CHANGE ON THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES PROJECT FOR <br />PAVEMENT REHABILITATION AND TRAFFIC SIGNAL UPGRADES ON <br />FOOTHILL BOULEVARD BETWEEN ROSEMEAD BOULEVARD AND <br />MICHILLINDA AVENUE <br /> Recommendation: Approve <br /> <br />SUMMARY <br /> <br />Several years ago, the County of Los Angeles began the planning for their Foothill <br />Boulevard Pavement Rehabilitation project between Rosemead Boulevard and <br />Michillinda Avenue. As they developed their scope of work, they proposed extending <br />their project limits into the City of Arcadia, to include the entire intersection of Michillinda <br />Avenue. As a result, the County and the City entered into a cost-sharing agreement for <br />the City to be responsible for its share of the project. <br /> <br />Concurrent with the County’s planning, the City made plans to rehabilitate the concrete <br />pavement on Foothill Boulevard from Michillinda Avenue to Santa Anita Avenue. The <br />City’s project proceeded ahead of the County’s project, and was completed in <br />September of 2016. There is a short segment of asphalt pavement on Foothill <br />Boulevard in the City of Arcadia, just east of Michillinda Avenue that was not included in <br />the City’s concrete pavement repair project. <br /> <br />The County awarded the construction contract for their project in October of 2016 and it <br />is now under construction. The City recently approached the County with a request for <br />the County to extend the limits of their asphalt pavement repairs easterly from <br />Michillinda Avenue, into Arcadia, to include the City’s previously unrepaired segment. <br />The County agreed to facilitate the extra work for a total cost of $54,400. It is <br />recommended that the City Council authorize the expenditure of $54,400 for the re- <br /> <br />