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File #: 21-1107    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agreement Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 3/22/2021 In control: Commissioners Court
On agenda: 3/30/2021 Final action:
Title: Authorization to execute an interlocal agreement with Harris County to utilize the Harris County Engineering Department, Real Property Division consultants and/or in-house staff to perform appraisal, relocation, and other property acquisition services for the Harris County Flood Control District. Funds are available in the amount of $300,000. (Agreement No. 2022-08, County-wide)
Attachments: 1. 21-1107 AGMT HCED 2022-08 COUNTY-WIDE
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To: Harris County Commissioners Court

Through: Russell A. Poppe, P.E., Executive Director, Harris County Flood Control District
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Prepared By: Matthew K. Zeve, P.E., Deputy Executive Director, Harris County Flood Control District

Subject: Interlocal Agreement with Harris County
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Project ID (If applicable]: N/A

Purpose and Request:
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Authorization to execute an interlocal agreement with Harris County to utilize the Harris County Engineering Department, Real Property Division consultants and/or in-house staff to perform appraisal, relocation, and other property acquisition services for the Harris County Flood Control District. Funds are available in the amount of $300,000. (Agreement No. 2022-08, County-wide)
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Background and Discussion:
The Real Property Division of the Harris County Engineering Department provides real estate services to the Flood Control District which supports the home buyout program, capital improvement/Bond program, and maintenance program. The Real Property Division assists with getting appraisals on properties, guidance on acquisition negotiations, closing on properties, guidance on condemnation cases, and other tasks associated with real property actions. Due to the high volume of home buyouts and projects, the Real Property Division has had to increase staff and consultant capacity to keep pace with Flood Control District activities.

Fiscal Impact:
The Real Property Division requests $300,000 for the current fiscal year for the services described above. The funding is included in the District's approved Operations and Maintenance budget.
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