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Considerations from a small city. Who Can be Served Historical boundaries To continue or not to continue, that is the question Really just need to be.

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1 Considerations from a small city

2 Who Can be Served Historical boundaries To continue or not to continue, that is the question Really just need to be able to “do the right thing” Community Services Areas (CSA) Set aside an extraterritorial services area Don’t fear the idea, let the folks who can do it – do it Special/Emergency Needs Must remain flexible

3 Annexation for Service No Requirement No strings attached, just pay your bill Require it immediately String attached Revenue sharing agreements Contract for future Get it today, but in the future you won’t oppose annexation

4 What Services Can be Provided? Utilities Dispatch Public Safety Animal Control Economic Development

5 Mechanisms CSA JPA MOU Contract Just Cause

6 Proposition 218 & Extra ‑ Territorial Services Extra-territorial services are subject to Proposition 218 Utility provider’s responsibility Charging more for out of extra ‑ territorial customers Allowed to cover costs supported by revenues other than rates

7 Thank you Thank you for tolerating my peanuts. Jan McClintock City Manager City of Colusa 425 Webster Street Colusa, CA ext 105


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