NAPA COUNTYWIDE ROAD MAINTENANCE ACT EXPENDITURE PLAN
The net revenues received by the Authority from the proposed transactions and use tax shall be used to fund the projects described below after paying for the costs of this election, the costs of the Independent Taxpayer Oversight Committee, and administering the program. Only one percent (1%) of the net revenues may be expended on the costs of administration. The revenues received by the Authority will be less than the gross revenues actually collected because the fees the State Board of Equalization charges to collect the sales tax will be deducted before the revenues are transferred to the Authority. All funding and revenues are expressed in 2011 dollars over the twenty-five year life of the program.
The revenue allocated to each Agency under this Expenditure Plan may be used for any direct costs of design, materials testing, all project required environmental reviews, construction management, inspection, and construction of the projects.
Local Streets and Roads Maintenance Program
Of the annual revenues available, ninety-nine percent (99%) shall be allocated to the Local Streets and Roads Maintenance Program. Under the Ordinance, the funds for the Local Streets and Roads Maintenance Program must be used for maintenance, reconstruction or rehabilitation of local streets, roads, and infrastructure within the public right-of-way as defined.
The estimated funding for the Local Streets and Maintenance Program is (millions of dollars):
Transaction and Use Tax
City of Napa
This Ordinance and Expenditure Plan may be amended to provide for the use of additional federal, state, and local revenues or to account for unexpected revenues by approval of a two-thirds vote of the members of the Authority; the two-thirds must include the City of Napa, the County of Napa, and at least three other jurisdictions. No amendment shall operate so as to affect the rate of tax imposed by this Ordinance.
Amendments constituting expenditures for new programs or new projects that were not a part of the voter approved Expenditure Plan or referred to in the Local Streets and Roads Maintenance Program may only be approved with the subsequent consent of the electorate.