Tuesday, June 18, 2019


Pavement Management Program Update
Final Report
NCE Project No. 967.01.55
January 2019

City of Carmel-By-The-Sea
Public Works Department
PO Box SS
Carmel, CA 93921

SIGNIFICANT SYNOPSIS EXCERPTS

Scenario 1: City’s Existing Funding ($3.45 million/10 Years)
Based on the City’s existing funding level of $345,000 per year for the next 10 years, this scenario predicts the consequences on the network. The deferred maintenance will slightly increase from $2.1 million to $2.3 million and the overall PCI will decrease to 72 by 2028.

This scenario determines the impacts of the City’s existing funding of $345,000 per year for the next 10 years. The results indicate that the network PCI will decrease to 72 by 2028 and approximately two-thirds of the network will be in “Good/Very Good” condition. The deferred maintenance will fluctuate between $1.8 million to $2.3 million and the projected remaining service life (RSL) is 19 years (see Table 4 and Figure 7). Appendix D provides a list of candidate sections selected for treatment in Scenario 1.

Scenario 2: Maintain PCI at 78 ($4.9 million/10 Years)
This scenario aims to maintain the overall pavement network PCI at 78 over the next ten years. To maintain the current PCI at 78, the City would need an average budget of $490,000 per year. The deferred maintenance will decrease to $300,000 by 2028.

In order to maintain the pavement condition at existing conditions (i.e., PCI=78), a total of $4.9 million over the next ten years is required. Approximately 70.8 percent of the network will be in the “Good/Very Good” condition, and there will be no streets in the “Poor” or “Very Poor/Failed” Condition Category. The deferred maintenance will decrease to $300,000, and the projected remaining service life (RSL) will be 22 years (see Table 4 and Figure 8).

Scenario 3: Funding required to reach Best Management Practice ($5.9 million/10 Years) 
The optimal scenario is to bring all pavements into a state of good repair so that best management practices (BMP) can prevail. This scenario would improve the network PCI to 80 and eliminate the deferred maintenance by 2028. This requires an average of $588,000 per year over the next 10 years.

In order to reach a pavement condition where best management practices can be applied, $5.9 million over the next ten years is required. The PCI will reach 80 and the deferred maintenance will be eliminated by 2028 (Figure 9). Approximately, 80 percent of the network will be in “Good/Very Good” condition with 20 percent in the “Fair” condition category. No streets will be in poor or very poor condition categories. The remaining service life (RSL) will be 23 years. Table 6 and Figure 9 below summarize the results.

Note: The term “deferred maintenance” consists of pavement maintenance that is needed but cannot be performed due to lack of funding. Shrinking budgets have forced many cities and counties to defer much needed pavement maintenance. By deferring maintenance, not only does the frequency of citizens' complaints about the condition of the network increase, but the cost to repair these streets rises as well.

Friday, June 14, 2019

CITY COUNCIL AGENDA SPECIAL MEETING, June 18, 2019


CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA
CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING
Tuesday, June 18, 2019
4:00 PM

City Administrator Chip Rerig: FRIDAY LETTER, June 14, 2019

FRIDAY LETTER, June 14, 2019
Wildland Fire Safety Inspections Begin June 17, 2019 
Welcome our new Public Works Maintenance Worker/Gardener Rene Aldama
Mission Trail Nature Preserve Cleanup
PGE Service Connections
Weeding at the North Dunes Habitat Restoration Area
Safety Assessment Procedures
Sunset Center Stage Rigging
Devendorf Park Valve Repair
Hydro Jetting Restrooms
Happening at Sunset Center and Forest Theater
City Meetings Next Week

Friday, June 07, 2019

City Administrator Chip Rerig: FRIDAY LETTER, June 7, 2019

FRIDAY LETTER, June 7, 2019
US Open Preparation 
Farmer's Market - June 13, 2019 - Cancelled
Roadway Beautification
Michelin Guide (Finally) Acknowledges CBTS
LED Retrofit
Oops!
City Council Modifies Beach Fire Pilot Program
Norton Parking Garage
Carmel High Students Field Work
What’s Going On?
More Pavement Resurfacing Gets Underway
Carmel River School - Lessons from Fire Fighters
Public Works Yard Repairs
Art Gallery Gets a Rare Visitor
Happening at Sunset Center and Forest Theater

Sunday, June 02, 2019

STACY LININGER, Plaintiff, vs. RONALD PFLEGER, CITY OF CARMEL, DEAN FLIPPO, District Attorney of Monterey County California, and DOES 1-50, Defendants. REPLY BRIEF OF RONALD PFLEGER AND CITY OF CARMEL IN SUPPORT OF DEFENDANTS' MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT, OR IN THE ALTERNATIVE, PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT [Federal Rule Civil Procedure 56], REPLY DECLARATION OF VINCENT HURLEY IN SUPPORT OF DEFENDANTS RONALD PFLEGER AND CITY OF CARMEL'S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT, OR IN THE ALTERNATIVE, MOTION FOR PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT [Federal Rule Civil Procedure 56] (May 21, 2019) & REPLY DECLARATION OF RONALD PFLEGER IN SUPPORT OF DEFENDANTS RONALD PFLEGER AND CITY OF CARMEL'S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT, OR IN THE ALTERNATIVE, MOTION FOR PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT [Federal Rule Civil Procedure 56] (May 21, 2019)

ABSTRACT: RE: STACY LININGER, Plaintiff, vs. RONALD PFLEGER, CITY OF CARMEL, DEAN FLIPPO, District Attorney of Monterey County California, and DOES 1-50, Defendants, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA SAN JOSE DIVISION, Case No. 17-cv-003385-SVK, REPLY BRIEF OF RONALD PFLEGER AND CITY OF CARMEL IN SUPPORT OF DEFENDANTS' MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT, OR IN THE ALTERNATIVE, PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT [Federal Rule Civil Procedure 56] (May 21, 2019) , REPLY DECLARATION OF VINCENT HURLEY IN SUPPORT OF DEFENDANTS RONALD PFLEGER AND CITY OF CARMEL'S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT, OR IN THE ALTERNATIVE, MOTION FOR PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT [Federal Rule Civil Procedure 56] (May 21, 2019) and REPLY DECLARATION OF RONALD PFLEGER IN SUPPORT OF DEFENDANTS RONALD PFLEGER AND CITY OF CARMEL'S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT, OR IN THE ALTERNATIVE, MOTION FOR PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT [Federal Rule Civil Procedure 56] (May 21, 2019) document copies are embedded.

REPLY BRIEF OF RONALD PFLEGER AND CITY OF CARMEL IN SUPPORT OF DEFENDANTS' MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT, OR IN THE ALTERNATIVE, PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT [Federal Rule Civil Procedure 56]

REPLY DECLARATION OF VINCENT HURLEY IN SUPPORT OF DEFENDANTS RONALD PFLEGER AND CITY OF CARMEL'S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT, OR IN THE ALTERNATIVE, MOTION FOR PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT [Federal Rule Civil Procedure 56] (May 21, 2019)

REPLY DECLARATION OF RONALD PFLEGER IN SUPPORT OF DEFENDANTS RONALD PFLEGER AND CITY OF CARMEL'S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT, OR IN THE ALTERNATIVE, MOTION FOR PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT [Federal Rule Civil Procedure 56] (May 21, 2019)

STACY LININGER, Plaintiff, vs. RONALD PFLEGER, CITY OF CARMEL, DEAN FLIPPO, District Attorney of Monterey County California, and DOES 1-50, Defendants. STATEMENT OF RECENT DECISION REGARDING THE MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT OF DEFENDANTS RONALD PFLEGER AND CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA [U.S.D.C., Northern District of California Local Rule 7-3(d)(2) (May 30, 2019)

ABSTRACT: RE: STACY LININGER, Plaintiff, vs. RONALD PFLEGER, CITY OF CARMEL, DEAN FLIPPO, District Attorney of Monterey County California, and DOES 1-50, Defendants, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA SAN JOSE DIVISION, Case No. 17-cv-003385-SVK, STATEMENT OF RECENT DECISION REGARDING THE MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT OF DEFENDANTS RONALD PFLEGER AND CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA [U.S.D.C., Northern District of California Local Rule 7-3(d)(2) (May 30, 2019) document copy is embedded.

STATEMENT OF RECENT DECISION REGARDING THE MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT OF DEFENDANTS RONALD PFLEGER AND CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA [U.S.D.C., Northern District of California Local Rule 7-3(d)(2) (May 30, 2019)

STACY LININGER, Plaintiff, vs. RONALD PFLEGER, CITY OF CARMEL, DEAN FLIPPO, District Attorney of Monterey County California, and DOES 1-50, Defendants. NOTICE OF MOTION OF PLAINTIFF'S COUNSEL TO WITHDRAW [ Civil Local Rule 11-5 ] (May 30, 2019), POINTS & AUTHORITIES IN SUPPORT OF MOTION OF PLAINTIFF'S COUNSEL TO WITHDRAW & DECLARATION OF STEVEN J. ANDRE IN SUPPORT OF MOTION OF PLAINTIFF'S COUNSELTO WITHDRAW [Civil Local Rule 11-5] (May 30, 2019)

ABSTRACT: ; RE: STACY LININGER, Plaintiff, vs. RONALD PFLEGER, CITY OF CARMEL, DEAN FLIPPO, District Attorney of Monterey County California, and DOES 1-50, Defendants, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA SAN JOSE DIVISION, Case No. 17-cv-003385-SVK, NOTICE OF MOTION OF PLAINTIFF'S COUNSEL TO WITHDRAW [ Civil Local Rule 11-5 ] (May 30, 2019), POINTS & AUTHORITIES IN SUPPORT OF MOTION OF PLAINTIFF'S COUNSEL TO WITHDRAW [ Civil Local Rule 11-5 ], DECLARATION OF STEVEN J. ANDRE IN SUPPORT OF MOTION OF PLAINTIFF'S COUNSEL TO WITHDRAW [Civil Local Rule 11-5] & [PROPOSED] ORDER ALLOWING PLAINTIFF’S COUNSEL TO WITHDRAW [ Civil Local Rule 11-5 ] document copies are embedded.

NOTICE OF MOTION OF PLAINTIFF'S COUNSEL TO WITHDRAW [Civil Local Rule 11-5 ] (May 30, 2019)

POINTS & AUTHORITIES IN SUPPORT OF MOTION OF PLAINTIFF'S COUNSEL TO WITHDRAW [Civil Local Rule 11-5 ]
(May 30, 2019)

DECLARATION OF STEVEN J. ANDRE IN SUPPORT OF MOTION OF PLAINTIFF'S COUNSE TO WITHDRAW [Civil Local Rule 11-5] (May 30, 2019)

[PROPOSED] ORDER ALLOWING PLAINTIFF’S COUNSEL TO WITHDRAW [ Civil Local Rule 11-5 ] (May 30, 2019)