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File #: 21-764    Name:
Type: Staff Report Status: Consent Calendar
File created: 10/6/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 10/13/2021 Final action:
Title: Report regarding a resolution approving a Third Amendment to the Raimi + Associates Consultant Services Agreement to expand the scope of work to include a comprehensive benchmarking analysis of the City's energy and water usage and greenhouse gas emissions for all city municipal buildings and increasing the contract in an amount not to exceed $20,000. (Christina Fernandez, Chief Sustainability Officer)
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Report regarding a resolution approving a Third Amendment to the Raimi + Associates Consultant Services Agreement to expand the scope of work to include a comprehensive benchmarking analysis of the City's energy and water usage and greenhouse gas emissions for all city municipal buildings and increasing the contract in an amount not to exceed $20,000. (Christina Fernandez, Chief Sustainability Officer)

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RECOMMENDATION
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It is recommended that the City Council approve the resolution approving the Third Amendment to the Raimi + Associates Consultant Services Agreement expanding the scope of work to include a comprehensive benchmarking analysis of the City's energy and water usage and greenhouse gas emissions for all city municipal buildings and increasing the contract in an amount not to exceed $20,000.

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BACKGROUND
A General Plan is the local government's long-term blueprint for the community's vision of future growth. Each city is required by California law to have a General Plan to guide its future land use decisions. South San Francisco's last comprehensive General Plan update occurred in 1999, with the last significant amendment in 2015 to incorporate the Downtown Station Area Specific Plan.

Raimi + Associates were selected on March 27, 2019, as the City's General Plan consultant team. The RFP scope included preparation of the General Plan Update, Zoning Code Update and Environmental Impact Report for an initial amount of $2,660,299.

The City is two years into a comprehensive update to the General Plan which will serve as a forward-looking document providing the blueprint for the City's vision through the year 2040. The General Plan will address future land use, growth, all modes of transportation, housing, safety, conservation, open space and parks, noise, public health and social equity, sustainability, sea level rise and economic development.

The City Council selected a Preferred Land Use Scenario in November 2020. F...

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