AGENDA ITEM 36
June 22, 2010
Public Hearing/Action
MEMORANDUM
TO:
FROM:
SUBJECT:
County Council
Minna
K.
Davidson, Legislative Analyst
Public Hearing/Action:
Bill 21-10, Special Capital Improvements Project -
Glenmont Fire Station 18 Replacement
Bill 21-10, Special Capital Improvements Project - Glenmont Fire Station 18
Replacement, sponsored by the Council President at the request of the County Executive, was
introduced on April 20, 2010. Action is scheduled for the Legislative Session following the
public hearing.
Bill 21-10 authorizes the planning, design and construction of the Glenmont Fire Station
18 Replacement, Project No. 450900, in the Kensington-Wheaton planning area. The project
will replace the current fire station located at the intersection of Georgia Avenue and Randolph
Road.
This packet contains
Bill 21-10
Legislative Request Report
PDF
Memo from County Executive
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Bill No.
21 -10
'Concerning:
Special
Capital
Improvements Project - Glenmont
Fire Station 18 Replacement
Revised: April 14, 2010 Draft No. _1_
Introduced:
April 20, 2010
Expires:
October 20, 2011
Enacted: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Executive: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Effective: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Sunset Date:
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Ch. _ _, Laws of Mont Co. _ __
COUNTY COUNCIL
FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND
By: Council President at the Request of the County Executive
AN ACT
to authorize the planning, design and construction of the Glenmont FS 18
Replacement, Project No. 450900, in the Kensington-Wheaton planning area.
By adding to the laws of Montgomery County 2010
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The County Council for Montgomery County, Maryland approves the following Act:
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Bill No. 21-10
Sec.
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The laws of Montgomery County, Maryland, are amended to read as
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follows:
Montgomery County, Maryland, is authorized to plan, design, and construct
the Glenmont FS
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Replacement, Project No. 450900, in the Kensington-Wheaton
planning area.
authorization includes all necessary planning, design,
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improvements, furniture, fixtures, equipment, and structures.
Approved:
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Nancy Floreen, President, County Council
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Date
Approved:
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Isiah Leggett, County Executive
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This is a correct copy ofCouncil action.
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Linda M. Lauer, Clerk of the Council
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LEGISLATIVE REQUEST REPORT
Bill 21-10
Glenmont FS
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Replacement
DESCRIPTION:
The County Executive requests that capital project No. 450900, Glenmont
FS 18 Replacement, be authorized as a "Special Capital Improvements
Project" pursuant to Section §302 of the County Charter and Section
§20~
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of the Montgomery County Code.
Section §302 of the County Charter and Section §20-l of the County Code
require certain capital improvement projects to be individually authorized
by law if the locally-funded cost is projected to exceed $12,863,000 in
FY 11 dollars. The estimated
locally~funded
cost of this project in the
County Executive's FYll Recommended Capital Budget and FY11-16
Capital Improvements Program (CIP) is $13,032,000 for planning, design,
and supervision; site improvements and utilities; construction and other
costs.
This project provides for the construction of an approximately 19,900 gross
square foot fire station to replace the current fire station located at the
intersection of Georgia Avenue and Randolph Road.
This project has been coordinated with the Department of General Services,
Department Technology Services, Department of Permitting Services,
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service, Mid-County Regional
Services Center, the Maryland State Highway Administration, and local
utility companies.
The total estimated cost for this project is $13,032,000. Of this, $1,747,000
is for planning, design, and supervision; $1,046,000 is for site
improvements and utilities; $9,254,000 is for construction; and $985,000 is
for other. The estimated locally-funded cost is $13,032,000. The funding
source for this project is General Obligation Bonds.
The new facility will accommodate the needs of the present and projected
user departments noted above under Goals and Objectives.
To be requested.
Not Applicable.
Blaise DeFazio, Office of Management and Budget; and Jeffrey Knutsen,
Project Manager, Department of General Services - Division of Building
Design and Construction.
Not Applicable.
PROBLEM:
GOALS AND
OBJECTIVES:
COORDINATION:
FISCAL IMPACT:
ECONOMIC IMPACT:
EVALUATION:
EXPERIENCE
ELSEWHERE:
SOURCE OF
INFORMATION:
APPLICATION
WITHIN
MUNICIPALITIES:
PENALTIES:
None Required.
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Glenmont FS 18 Replacement -- No. 450900
Category
Subcategory
Administering Agency
Planning Area
Public Safety
Fire/Rescue Service
General Services
Kensington·Wheaton
Thru
FY09
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
01
Est.
FY10
Total
·6 Years
99
1,648
0:
0
0
1,046
0
9,254
0
985
99
12,933
99
991
12,933
12933
290
337
627
Date Last Modified
Required Adequate Public Facility
Relocation Impact
Status
March 31, 2010
No
None.
Preliminary Design Stage
Beyond
6 Years
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
EXPENDITURE SCHEDULE ($000)
Cost Element
Planning, Design, and Supervision
Land
Site Improvements and Utilities
Construction
Other
Total
G.O. Bonds
Total
1,747
0
1,046
9,254
985
13,032
13.032
130321
FY11
I
FY12
192
0
152
525
143
1,012
1,012
10121
01
01
01
FY13
212
FY14
FY15
292
0
149
888
232
1,561
1,561
15611
1321
153
285
FY16
4591
0
0
01
01
459i
459
459
0
0
0
0
224
2,354
183
2,973
2,973
2.9731
0
0
0
493
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
01
158
184
342
s.ffit
427
6,928:
6,9281
6928
0
0
0
FUNDING SCHEDULE ($000)
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Total
Maintenance
Energy
Net Impact
OPERATING BUDGET IMPACT ($000)
DESCRIPTION
This project provides for an approximately 19,900 gross square foot fire station to replace the current fire station located at the intersection of Georgia Avenue
and Randolph Road. The recommended replacement fire-rescue station is a modified Class II station designed to meet current operational requirements and
accommodate modem fire fighting apparatus. The project includes gear storage, decontamination, information technology rooms, and four apparatus bays.
ESTIMATED SCHEDULE
The design phase will commence upon land acquisition and it is estimated to last twenty months, followed by approximately six months for bidding, and a
construction period of approximately eighteen months.
COST CHANGE
The cost increase is due to the addition of construction expenditures.
JUSTIFICATION
The Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) plans to build a new intersection at Georgia Avenue and Randolph Road. The current station is located on
the planned intersection site. The replacement fire station will be located on a different site but in proximity to the service area of the current station.
OTHER
Special Capital Projects Legislation will be proposed by the County Executive.
FISCAL NOTE
The project provides for the design and construction phase costs. Debt service for this project will be financed with Consolidated Fire Tax District Funds. There
are no funds for fire apparatus included in project budget.
OTHER DISCLOSURES
- A pedestrian impact analysis will be performed during design or is in progress .
• land acquisition will be funded initially through ALARF, and then reimbursed by a future appropriation from this project. The total cost of this project will
increase when land expenditures are programmed.
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APPROPRIATION AND
EXPENDITURE DATA
Date First Appropriation
First Cost Estimate
Current Sco e
Last FY's Cost Estimate
FY10
FY11
13,032
1,644
COORDINATION
Department of General Services
Department Technology Services
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service
Department of Permitting Services
Maryland State Highway Administration
WSSC
PEPCO
WMATA
Mid-County Regional Services Center
FY11
Appropriation Request
.Appropriation Request Est.
FY12
Supplemental Appropriation Request
Transfer
Cumulative Appropriation
Expenditures / Encumbrances
Unencumbered Balance
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New Partial Closeout
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Total Partial Closeout
FY08
FY09
330
9,406
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1,331
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Isiah Leggett
County Executive
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MEMORANDUM
April 7, 2010
TO:
FROM:
SUBJECT:
Nancy Floreen, President, County Council
Isiah Leggett, County Executive
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Special Capital Improvements Project Legislation:
MCPS Food Distribution Facility Relocation.
Glenmont FS 18 Replacement
Travilah Fire Station
3
rd
District Police Station
Equipment Maintenance and Operations Center (EMOC)
Olney Library Renovation and Addition
In
accordance with Section 302 of the County Charter and Section 20-1 of the
Montgomery County Code, I am forwarding the attached Special Capital Improvements Project
Legislation Authorization and Legislative Request Report for the following projects:
• Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) Food Distribution Facility
Relocation (No. 361111)
• Glenmont FS #18 Replacement (No. 450900)
• Travilah Fire Station (No. 450504)
• 3
rd
District Police Station (No. 470302)
• Equipment Maintenance and Operations Center (EMOC) (No. 500933)
• Olney Library Renovation and Addition (No. 710301)
This request is necessary because the local cost of these projects exceed the FYIl
Special Capital Improvements Project Legislation cost threshold of $12,863,000 as set by
Executive Order 236-09. The purpose of these projects is set forth below.
The MCPS Food Distribution Facility Relocation project is part of the Smart
Growth Initiative and provides for design and construction of a new facility on the Webb Tract
site on Snouffer School Road.
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Nancy Floreen, President, County Council
April 7, 2010
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The Glenmont FS 18 Replacement project provides for an approximately 19,900
gross square foot fIre station to replace the current fIre station located at the intersection of
Georgia Avenue and Randolph Road.
The Travilah Fire Station project, located at the northwest intersection of
Darnestown and Shady Grove Road, provides for the design and construction of a new fIre­
rescue station at the county-owned site.
The 3
rd
District Police Station project, located at the northeast intersection
quadrant of New Hampshire Avenue and U.S. Route 29, provides for the site selection, planning,
and design, and construction of a new 32,844-gross square foot (including auxiliary buildings)
3rd District'Police Station to serve Silver Spring and vicinity.
The EMOC project is part of the Smart Growth Initiative and provides for land,
planning, design, and construction of a new EMOC to support a doubling of transit ridership by
2020; as well as current transit, highway maintenance and fleet operations.
The Olney Library Renovation and Addition project provides for a 5,000 square
foot addition and full interior renQvation ofthe existing interior space to the Olney Library.
I recommend prompt passage ofthis legislation so as to advance these projects.
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