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File #: 22-23    Version: 1 Name: Farragut-to-Jackson Walkway Project Concepts
Type: Presentation Status: Informational Item
File created: 6/23/2021 In control: BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN ADVISORY COMMITTEE
On agenda: 8/19/2021 Final action:
Title: Receive a Presentation and Provide Feedback on Proposed Conceptual Plans for the Farragut-to-Jackson Pedestrian Walkway Project
Attachments: 1. 21-08-19 ATT1 Farragut-to-Jackson Pedestrian Walkway Photographs.pdf
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Receive a Presentation and Provide Feedback on Proposed Conceptual Plans for the Farragut-to-Jackson Pedestrian Walkway Project

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Meeting Date: August 19, 2021

Contact Person: Joe Susca, Public Works-Administration
Patrick Reynolds, PRCS Parks Manager

Phone: (310) 253-5636/6471

Action Item: Yes [ ] No [X] Attachments: Yes [X] No []

Fiscal Impact: Yes [X] No [ ] General Fund: Yes [X] No []

Public Notification: (E-Mail via GovDelivery) Meetings and Agendas - Mobility, Traffic & Parking Subcommittee; Notify Me - Construction, Street Maintenance and Closures; Stay Informed - Bicycle & Pedestrian / Culver CityBus / Construction, Street Maintenance and Closures (08/16/21); (E-Mail) Chris Mejia and Jonas Dingles (07/15/21)

Department Approval: Charles D. Herbertson, Public Works Director / City Engineer 08/11/2021
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BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION

The existing Farragut-to-Jackson pedestrian walkway was likely constructed in 1972 (the "Walkway"). Capital Improvement Project No. PS-014, which was approved this budget year will demolish and replace most of the existing improvements (the "Project").

The City's parcel is approximately 25' wide and 135' long. The existing Walkway improvements abut the 4203 Jackson Avenue property line and include a 10' wide concrete pad enclosed by a cyclone fence, signage, cobra head streetlights and a few trees (See Attachment No. 1 - Jackson-to-Farragut Pedestrian Walkway Photographs). The concrete pad is cracked and what few trees exist are in poor to moderate health, primarily due to recent droughts and the absence of an irrigation system. Approximately 15' in width adjacent to 4201 Jackson Avenue remains undeveloped.

Recently, the 4201 Jackson Avenue house next door was sold to a developer who subsequently demolished it and built a new house in its place. The City and the developer negotiated an agreement to split the cost to con...

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