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File #: 161238    Version: 1 Name: Settlement of Claims - Ronald and Patricia Martell - $5,007,400.31 and Hold Harmless; Appropriating $4,000,000 from the Water Enterprise Fund Balance - Waiver of Contract Requirements for Landslide Repair on Private Property Not to Exceed $500,000
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
Introduced: 11/15/2016 In control: Clerk of the Board
On agenda: Final action: 12/22/2016
Enactment date: Enactment #: 255-16
Title: Ordinance authorizing final settlement of Claim No. 16-02314 filed by Ronald and Patricia Martell against the City and County of San Francisco by payment of $4,469,637.02 establishing a third-party escrow account in the amount of $537,763.29 as a Landslide Contingency Fund, for a total potential payment of $5,007,400.31 and holding claimants harmless from third party claims for a limited period; the claim was filed on February 25, 2016; the claim involves alleged property damage arising from the January 25, 2016, landslide on Casitas Avenue; appropriating $4,000,000 from the Water Enterprise fund balance for such purpose; and waiving Administrative Code contract requirements except for Administrative Code, Section 12B.1(a) (nondiscrimination) and Section 6.22(e) (prevailing wage), for San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) contracts to implement landslide stabilization measures at 256 Casitas Avenue prior to April 1, 2017, or to undertake landslide repairs on 266 Casitas Avenue, with an engineer or construction contractor, subject to approval by the applicable property owner at 256 Casitas Avenue and/or 266 Casitas Avenue, if the SFPUC’s Commission President and General Manager determine such contract is necessary to protect public facilities or minimize or avoid City liability, not to exceed $500,000 in total for any such contracts.
Sponsors: Norman Yee
Attachments: 1. Leg Ver1, 2. Settlement Agrmt, 3. Comm Pkt 120116, 4. Board Pkt 120616, 5. Board Pkt 121316, 6. Leg Final
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