SUPPLEMENTAL TAX OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE
Senate Bill 1: Supplemental Sales Tax Road Repair Update
We are nearing the completion of the original 5-year plan for the Supplemental Sales Tax road repair projects and are identifying projects for the next phase of funding. Field work and analysis for the update to our Pavement Condition Index was just completed to evaluate every section of pavement in the city, rate the condition, and identify the proper repair method. A complete update is listed here (PDF).
In addition to the 1/2-cent Supplemental Sales Tax funds primarily used for street repair, the State Legislature recently passed Senate Bill 1, which would provide additional funding to the City for road repairs, as well as some additional grant opportunities. The City Council will receive a short briefing on this new funding source on May 2, 2017. Senate Bill 1 is expected to provide about $700,000 per year for City street repairs.
Revenue and Expenditures
Supplemental Sales Tax Revenue Expenditure Report [PDF]
Prepared for the January 11, 2017 STOC Meeting
In 2012, Citizens authorized a 1/2 cent sales tax increase and requested it be used for road maintenance. To ensure public trust, the City Council created an Oversight Committee to verify funds were used as requested.
1000 Spring Street, Paso Robles
Minutes are not official or a permanent part of the records until approved by the committee at a future regular meeting.
The "Oversight" Committee was formed to aid, and by, the City Council. As such, it is a public body subject to California’s public meeting laws. That means all meetings of the Committee are public, complete with published agendas, staff reports, public participation, etc. These and other provisions are outlined in the Committee Bylaws.
Appointed March 21, 2013
|John Arnold||Chamber of Commerce||2019|
|Main Street Association||2019|
|Bill Pluma||Senior Advisory Committee||2019|
|Victor Popp||La Quinta Inn and Suites||2019|
Ditas Esperanza, Capital Projects Engineer
Dick McKinley, Public Works Director
Deanne Purcell, Interim Administrative Services Director
See project progress reports here: Public Works Capital Projects