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Understanding the Engineer’s Report: LLMD 13 (North Cordelia)

Welcome to Understanding the Engineer's Report, a series that explores the technical language and concepts in the essential document known as the engineer's report: LLMD 13. In this installment, CivicMic will focus on proposed improvements to Fairfield's landscape and lighting districts. You can find the report here.

What Does the Engineer's Report LLMD 13 Contain?

The engineer's report contains improvements, which specifically refer to the work that needs to be done to maintain and take care of trees and other landscaping features. These are located in the public areas within the Landscape Maintenance District No. 2023-13 (North Cordelia) area. The assessments discussed in the report will provide funding for the maintenance, operation, and servicing of two things: street lighting and street trees and landscaping.

  • Street Lighting: This includes maintaining and servicing the public street lighting facilities such as poles, wires, lamps. It also includes other related items necessary for satisfactory operation of these services. There are a total of 667 street lights in the district.
  • Street Trees and Other Landscaping: This includes maintaining and servicing trees, landscape, and related facilities such as ground cover, shrubs. It also includes planters, and other items necessary for satisfactory operation of these services. The district has 3,899 street trees and approximately 1,451,834 square feet of landscape maintenance area. The improvements will cover median islands, parkway strips, trails, and other green spaces in the public right-of-way.

Overall, the assessments will provide the necessary funding to keep the street lighting and landscaping features in good condition within North Cordelia.

What Does the Engineer's Report LLMD 13 Provide?

The engineer's report LLMD 13 is critical because it helps property owners understand the proposed improvements and their associated costs. This information enables them to make informed decisions when it's time to cast their ballot on whether to adopt the engineer's report. The result determines if the improvements proceed.

In the next installment of our series, we'll discuss general versus special benefits in the engineer's report. This information will provide clarity on the benefits of the proposed improvements. It will also cover how they will impact residents in the district.

Understanding the proposed improvements, their costs, and benefits is crucial as your district prepares to cast their ballots on the adoption of the engineer's report. Stay tuned for our next installments, where we'll continue to dive into the engineer's report and its implications for the Fairfield community.

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