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File #: 22-936    Version: 1
Type: Consent Calendar Status: Passed
File created: 10/26/2022 In control: City Council/Public Financing Authority
On agenda: 11/15/2022 Final action: 11/15/2022
Title: Adopt and authorize recordation of Resolution No. 2022-66 ordering the summary vacation of an easement over a portion of Huntington Street near the intersection with Atlanta Avenue in the City of Huntington Beach
Attachments: 1. Att#1 Legal & Plat 102 Huntington, 2. Att#2 Resolution 2022-66, 3. Att#3 1977-06-20 - Easement FOUGHT, RONALD and RENEK, GEORGE, 4. Att#4 GPC 21-002 NOA (Huntington Street Easement Vacation)
REQUEST FOR CITY COUNCIL ACTION

SUBMITTED TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council Members

SUBMITTED BY: Al Zelinka, City Manager

VIA: Sean Crumby, Director of Public Works

PREPARED BY: Bill Krill, Real Estate and Project Manager

Subject:
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Adopt and authorize recordation of Resolution No. 2022-66 ordering the summary vacation of an easement over a portion of Huntington Street near the intersection with Atlanta Avenue in the City of Huntington Beach
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Statement of Issue:
The property owners at 102 and 104 Huntington Street request the City to adopt Resolution No. 2022-66 to summarily vacate a portion of excess right-of-way along their properties abutting Huntington Street near the intersection with Atlanta Avenue (Attachment 1), pursuant to California Streets and Highways Code Section 8334(a).

Financial Impact:
No funding is required for this project.

Recommended Action:
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A) Adopt Resolution No. 2022-66, "A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Huntington Beach Ordering the Summary Vacation of an Undeveloped Portion of an Existing Street and Public Utility Easement Along the Eastside of 102 and 104 Huntington Street, in the City of Huntington Beach, and Making a Finding of Exemption Under CEQA" (Attachment 2); and,

B) Instruct the City Clerk to record Resolution No. 2022-66 and the respective attached exhibits with the Orange County Recorder.
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Alternative Action(s):
Deny the recommended actions with findings for denial, and advise staff on future actions.

Analysis:
On June 20, 1977, an easement for street and public utilities purposes (the easement) was granted to the City of Huntington Beach (Attachment 3). Since the granting of the easement to the City, all necessary public street and sidewalk improvements have been constructed by the City, adjacent to the residential properties at 102 and 104 Huntington Street (the "Properties"). However, these improvements do not extend to the ultimate boundary of ...

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