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File #: 22-0618    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent - Infrastructure and Economic Development Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 8/24/2022 In control: Board of Commissioners
On agenda: 9/7/2022 Final action:
Title: Request approval of Make-Ready Program agreement with Georgia Power Company to install and maintain ET Infrastructure at the County owned and controlled real property located at 1332 Metropolitan Parkway, SW, Atlanta, Georgia 30310 to support Fulton County's installation of electric vehicle charging stations. (APPROVED UPON ADOPTION OF THE CONSENT AGENDA)
Attachments: 1. Georgia Power EV Charging Make Ready Agreement_3.1.22
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DEPARTMENT
Real Estate and Asset Management

REQUESTED ACTION (Identify appropriate Action or Motion, purpose, cost, timeframe, etc.)
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Request approval of Make-Ready Program agreement with Georgia Power Company to install and maintain ET Infrastructure at the County owned and controlled real property located at 1332 Metropolitan Parkway, SW, Atlanta, Georgia 30310 to support Fulton County's installation of electric vehicle charging stations. (APPROVED UPON ADOPTION OF THE CONSENT AGENDA)
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REQUIREMENT FOR BOARD ACTION (Cite specific Board policy, statute or code requirement)
Pursuant to O.C.G.A. & 36-10-1 all official contracts entered into by the County governing authority with other persons on behalf of the County shall be in writing and entered on its minutes.

STRATEGIC PRIORITY AREA RELATED TO THIS ITEM (If yes, note strategic priority area below)
Infrastructure and Economic Development

COMMISSION DISTRICTS AFFECTED
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IS THIS A PURCHASING ITEM?
No

SUMMARY & BACKGROUND (First sentence includes Agency recommendation. Provide an executive summary of the action that gives an overview of the relevant details for the item.) : In 2019, the County and Southface executed a $300,000 grant agreement with the Southeast Sustainability Directors Network (SSDN) over the period of 2020-2022 to plan, design and implement the County's first Community Resilience Hub at Metropolitan Branch Library and improve the facility to function as a temporary emergency operations center and a daily resource center promoting a high level of community resiliency and sustainability to climate and social hazards and disruptions. A significant part of this program is the installation of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations at the Metropolitan Branch Library. Georgia Power has received authorization from the Georgia Public Service Commission to implement the Electrification of Transportatio...

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