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Final - January 31, 2008

Final - January 31, 2008 County. The failure of any City to adopt a School Concurrency Ordinance effective July 1, 2008 shall result in the City being bound by the School Concurrency Ordinance adopted by the County until the City "ops out", as more fully provided in Section 13.5 herein. 10.3 Specific Responsibilities of the Parties (a) When the comprehensive plan amendments adopted in accordance with this Agreement become effective, the County and Cities shall undertake the following activities: 1. Withhold issuance of any site specific Development Order for Proposed Residential Developments not exempted under Section 13.4 of this Agreement until the School District has reported in writing that there is Available School Capacity to serve the development under review or that the applicant for the development has entered into a Proportionate Share Mitigation agreement, as defined in Section 1 hereof. 2. Share information with the School District regarding population projections, school siting, projections of development and redevelopment for the coming year, infrastructure required to support public school facilities, and amendments to future land use plan elements. 3. Maintain data for approved new Residential Developments (other than developments that are exempt from the school concurrency requirements under Section 13.4(a)4 herein on account of age limitations). The data shall be provided to the School District on a quarterly basis and shall include, at a minimum, the following: a. Development name and location b. Total number of dwelling units by unit type (single-family, multi-family, etc.) c. Impact fee calculation d. Total number of dwelling units with certificates of occupancy by development 4. Transmit building permits, site plans, preliminary plats and final plats for Proposed Residential Development to the School District for its review and comment as provided in Section 8.2 herein. (b) By entering into this Agreement, the School Board agrees to undertake the following activities: 1. Annually prepare and update, in accordance with and subject to the terms of the Timeline Schedule (Appendix A), a financially feasible School District Five-Year Facilities Work Program as part of an Educational Facilities Plan containing enough capacity each year to meet the anticipated demand for student stations identified by the population projections so that no schools exceed the adopted Level of Service Standard. 2. As provided in Section 13 herein, institute program and/or school Attendance Boundary adjustments, as the School Board determines are necessary and appropriate, to Maximize the Utilization of Student Capacity in order to ensure that all schools of each type (elementary, middle, high) in each School Service Area and each individual school operate at the adopted Level of Service Standard, subject to the requirements of special programs as determined by the School Board or required by law. F:\Community Development\Users\LONG RANGE\CompPlan Amendments\Public Schools\Updates\ILA\FINAL IRC Interlocal Agreement - January 31, 2008.doc 16

Final - January 31, 2008 3. Construct the capacity enhancing and modernization projects necessary to maintain the adopted Level of Service Standard specified in the School District Five-Year Facilities Work Program. 4. Provide the County and Cities with any School District data and analysis relating to school concurrency necessary to amend or annually update the Comprehensive Plan. 5. Adopt a ten and twenty year work program. 6. Review Proposed Residential Developments for compliance with school concurrency standards. 7. Review Proportionate Share Mitigation options for Proposed Residential Developments. 8. Prepare annual reports on enrollment and capacity. The capacity, with respect to a particular school, may reasonably be modified by the School District to accommodate “special considerations” as set out in the definition of “Maximized Utilization”, including special programs for which 100% of FISH capacity is prohibited legally or is educationally unsound as determined by the School District. 9. Provide necessary staff and material support for meetings of the SPTAC as required by this Agreement. 10. Provide information to the County and Cities regarding enrollment projections, school siting, and infrastructure required to support public school facilities consistent with the requirements of this Agreement. Section 11 School District Educational Facilities Plan 11.1 School District Five-Year Facilities Work Program (a) The School Board shall, in accordance with and subject to the terms of the Timeline Schedule (Appendix A), update and adopt the School District Five-Year Facilities Work Program for public schools in the County. (b) The School District’s Five-Year Facilities Work Program and each annual update will contain: 1. Projected five year school enrollment for each School Service Area; 2. Existing school sites and educational facilities, their enrollments, existing capacities and their designed capacities upon expansion; 3. The number of portables in use at each school; 4. Projected needs for expansions, major renovations and new facilities, and 5. All new construction, remodeling or renovation projects which will add permanent capacity or modernize existing facilities. (c) The School District Five-Year Facilities Work Program and each annual update shall be a financially feasible program of school construction for a five (5) year period. The Plan shall include school construction projects which, when completed, will add sufficient student capacity to achieve and maintain the adopted Level of Service Standard for all schools based on projected increases in F:\Community Development\Users\LONG RANGE\CompPlan Amendments\Public Schools\Updates\ILA\FINAL IRC Interlocal Agreement - January 31, 2008.doc 17

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