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Commissioners Court - Regular
Meeting Date: 10/23/2013  
Grant agreement for CMP Cycle 18 – Hilltop Park
Submitted By: Monica Reyes, Grants Department
Department: Grants Department  

Information
RECOMMENDATION
Discuss and consider the execution of a Subrecipient Grant Agreement with the Texas General Land Office for the Coastal Management Program (CMP) Cycle 18 project (Hilltop Nature Park Enhancements).
BACKGROUND
In the summer of 2012, the Coastal Coordination Council of the Texas General Land Office announced they were accepting application proposals for their Coastal Management Program (CMP) grant fund. The CMP focuses on five primary issues of concern to coastal communities: coastal hazards, wetland protection, water quantity and water quality, dune protection, and shoreline access. Specifically, the CMP identifies coastal natural resource areas (CNRAs) and identifies uses or activities that may adversely affect those areas, and sets uniform policies to address those effects.
DISCUSSION
On September 19, 2012, Commissioners Court approved the submission of an application for Coastal Management Program (CMP) Cycle 18 funding. The proposed project was titled Hilltop Nature Park Enhancements.

The project proposes to remove invasive vegetation and install an erosion control structure. Other activities include creating an ADA-compliant timber boardwalk and install interpretive/educational signage.

The grant award amount from CMP is $60,000. The matching fund requirement is 60%/40%, in-kind or cash match. The County’s 40% match ($40,000) will be in-kind services provided by the Community Services and Inland Parks Department; thus, the entire project totals $100,000.

Budget Information
Information about available funds
Budgeted: Funds Available: Adjustment: Amount Available:
Unbudgeted: Funds NOT Available: Amendment:
Account Code(s) for Available Funds
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Fund Transfers

Attachments
CMP Contract for Hilltop

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