We caught this graph in a story in the Merced Sun-Star three weeks ago.
He (Ron Sissem, consultant) also discussed the possibility of using out of boundary service agreements, which operate through a contract between the city and developers. City infrastructure and services are extended to the property while keeping it on county land. This type of system is used by UC Merced. – Abbie Lauten-Scrivner, Merced Sun-Star, Feb. 2, 2020
It raised a question: Will the private developers be as willing to indemnify the City with their own money against lawsuits arising from the city giving out-of-boundary services to their projects as UC Merced was willing to with public funds when the city gave it sewer and water services?