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ORDINANCE NS-1018 AbiENDING THE SANTA ANA <br />MUNICIPAL CODE BY REPEALING SUBSECTION 134 <br />OF SECTION 21-72 THEP~EOF AND ADDING ARTICLE IV <br />TO CHAPTER 35 THEREOF TO PROVIDE FOR THE <br />PAYMENT OF FEES IN CONNECTION WITH THE <br />CONSTRUCTION OF RESIDENTIAL UNITS, THE DEPOSIT <br />OF SUCH FEES IN THE RECREATION AND PARKS FUND, <br />AND THE~.USE OF SUCH FEES FOR PUBLIC PARK AND <br />RECREATIONAL PURPOSES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE <br />GENERAL PLAN <br /> <br /> THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ANA DOES ORDAIN AS <br />FOLLOWS: <br /> <br /> SECTION 1: That Subsection 134 of Section 21-72 of the <br />Santa Ana Municipal Code is hereby repealed. <br /> <br /> SECTION 2: That Chapter 35 of the Santa Ana Municipal Code <br />is hereby amended by adding Article IV to Chapter 35 thereof to <br />read in words and figures, as follows: <br /> <br />ARTICLE IV. RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT FEE <br /> <br />Sec. 35-108. Purpose. <br /> (a) The City of Santa Ana is divided into eleven (11) Local <br />Park Acquisition and Development Areas. Development of local <br />parks within said Local Park Acquisition and Development Areas <br />will require the construction of local park and recreation <br />facilities ~fficient~to pro¥ide two ~(2) acres of such facilities <br />Within each area per one thousand (1000) population in said area. <br /> <br />(b) Fees paid under the requirements of Section 35.110 shall be <br />placed in a special fund to be known as the "Park Acquisition <br />and Development Fund", which fund shall carry area designations. <br />A separate fund is established and shall be maintained for each <br />Local Park Acquisition and Development Area and shall be <br />established as an accounting fund upon the receipt of the first <br />fees paid for each of said local areas. Moneys in each such <br />fund shall be expended for the construction of local park and <br />recreation facilities within the area to which the fund relates. <br />In the event the area to which the fund relates meets the <br />standard of two (2) acres of such facilities per one thousand <br />(1,000) population, and will meet such criterion following all <br />developments for which fees have been collected, any moneys <br />remaining in such fund may be diverted by the City Manager, with <br />the consent of the City Council, either to the development of <br />city-wide park and recreation facilities or to the development <br />of local park and recreation facilities in other local areas <br />in which the two (2) acre per one thousand (1000) population <br />standard has not been met. <br />(c) The Local Park Acquisition and Development Areas shall <br />contain all territory as shown, and said areas are bounded as <br />shown on the eleven (11) separate maps which are on file in the <br />office of the Clerk of the Council and which are by reference <br />made a part hereof, each of which said maps bears the name of <br />one of said areas and clearly describes the exterior boundaries <br />of said area, and each of said areas is fixed as shown on the <br />map bearing the name and number of said Local Park Acquisition <br />and Development area. <br />(d) When an existing Local Park Acquisition and Development Area <br />is amended to add territory thereto or a new area is created and <br />such amendment has been in effect for a period of thirty (30) <br />days, all provisions of Sections 35.110, 35.111, and 35.112 <br />shall apply to the territory so added as though said territory <br />had been in a local park acquisition and development area on <br />the effective date hereof. <br /> <br />-1- <br /> <br /> <br />