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RESOLUTION NO. 2016-02 <br /> A RESOLUTION OF THE AUBURN TRANSPORTATION <br /> BENEFIT DISTRICT APPROVING AN INTERLOCAL <br /> AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF AUBURN TO <br /> COORDINATE INDIVIDUAL, JOINT AND MUTUAL RIGHTS <br /> AND OBLIGATIONS PERTAINING TO THE OPERATION, <br /> MAINTENANCE, CONSTRUCTION AND <br /> RECONSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION <br /> INFRASTRUCTURE WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF THE <br /> AUBURN TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT DISTRICT AND <br /> THE CITY OF AUBURN <br /> WHEREAS, Chapter 39.34 RCW (Interlocal Cooperation Act) permits local <br /> governmental units to make the most efficient use of their powers by enabling cooperation <br /> on the basis of mutual advantage; and <br /> WHEREAS, the City of Auburn is empowered to operate, maintain, construct, and <br /> reconstruct, public transportation infrastructure within its city limits in accordance with the <br /> powers granted pursuant to RCW 35A.11.020 and Chapter 35A.47 RCW; and <br /> WHEREAS, pursuant to Ordinance No. 6377, the City of Auburn established the <br /> Auburn Transportation Benefit District on September 19, 2011 and authorized funding for <br /> any purpose allowed by law including to operate the District and to make transportation <br /> improvements consistent with existing state, regional, and local transportation plans and <br /> necessitated by existing or reasonably foreseeable congestion levels pursuant to Chapter <br /> 36.73 RCW; and <br /> WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 2016-01 passed by the Auburn <br /> Transportation Benefit District on December 13, 2016, there is a $20.00 vehicle license <br /> fee established within the boundaries of the Auburn Transportation Benefit District; and <br /> WHEREAS, the Auburn Transportation Benefit District and the City of Auburn <br /> desire to better coordinate their efforts in order to pursue their individual, joint and mutual <br /> rights and obligations to fulfill the intent of Ordinance No. 6377; and <br /> WHEREAS, the Board of the Auburn Transportation Benefit District finds it to be <br /> in the best interest of the District to enter into an interlocal agreement pursuant to Chapter <br /> 39.34 RCW (Interlocal Cooperation Act) for the purpose of coordinating individual, joint <br /> and mutual rights and obligations pertaining to the operation, maintenance, construction <br /> Resolution No. 2016-02 <br /> December 13, 2016 <br /> Page 1 <br />