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CCDC News Digest 3-1-07 (Board Meeting Summary)
NEWS DIGEST
Date: March 1, 2007

Contact: Derek Danziger
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CCDC News Digest
Regular Meeting of the
Centre City Development Corporation (CCDC)
February 28, 2007

Special Notes: CCDC’s regular meetings are held at City Hall in the City Council Chambers, 12th Floor, City Administration Building, 202 C St. The next meeting will be at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, March 28.

The following summarizes Wednesday’s meeting:

ANNOUNCEMENTS AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

CCDC PRESIDENT AND BOARD VICE-CHAIR RECOGNIZE SHELIA HARDIN, 2007 KPBS BLACK HISTORY MONTH LOCAL HERO
At Wednesday’s Board Meeting CCDC Community Relations Manager Sheila Hardin was presented with a plaque in recognition of her title as a 2007 KPBS Black History Month Local Hero. CCDC President Nancy Graham and Board Vice-Chair Robert McNeely commented on Hardin’s outstanding accomplishments and service within the San Diego community. With CCDC more than 20 years, Hardin received the Local Hero award during a ceremony on February 1 at the KPBS Copely Telecommunications Center.

GREAT PARKS, SQUARES & COMMUNITY GATHERING SPACES CONFERENCE PLANNED FOR FRIDAY, APRIL 27
CCDC President Nancy Graham announced a major downtown parks and public open space conference planned for April 27. The public conference will bring together experienced and renowned planners, architects and designers of parks and public open spaces throughout the country. Participants will weigh in and offer suggestions for planning downtown’s future parks and open space. Some notable participants include Charles Jordon, Former Director of Portland Parks and Recreation and Edward Uhlir, Chicago’s Millennium Park Executive Director, among many other national and local experts. This forum is a step forward in planning downtown San Diego’s public realm and delves into 2007’s focus on parks, public open space and amenities. Additional details will soon be available at www.ccdc.com


ACTION ITEMS

1. BOARD RECOMMENDS APPROVING AGREEMENT WITH PARKSIDE TERRACE L.P. FOR NEW MIXED-USE PROJECT (EAST VILLAGE)
The CCDC Board recommended that the Redevelopment Agency approve necessary actions for acquisition and construction of Parkside, a mixed-use affordable rental housing project located on the north side of Island Avenue between 13th and 14th streets. The developer, Parkside Terrace, L.P.’s project would contain 77 apartments, 76 of which are planned affordable units. Necessary actions include termination of Owner Participation Agreement with Oak Shelter Systems, LLC. The project would involve an agency loan not to exceed $13,791,000 from the Centre City Redevelopment Low-and Moderate-income Housing Fund. (Vote: 7-0)

2. 2007 BOARD MEETING DATES APPROVED
• March 28
• April 25
• May 30
• June 27
• July 25
• August -No Meeting
• September 19
• October 17
• November 28
• December -No Meeting
(Vote: 7-0)

3. BOARD RECOMMENDS APPROVAL TO SECURE AFFORDABLE UNITS IN SMART CORNER PROJECT (EAST VILLAGE)
The CCDC Board recommended that the Redevelopment Agency approve a proposed Second Implementation Agreement clarifying affordability terms and restrictions on units in the Smart Corner project. The modifications would result in the Developer designating 17 units to be sold at or below $168,000 and eight units at or below $224,900. In addition, the agreement allows for the deduction of price discounts, financial incentives and/or other concessions to buyers from the gross sales price before computing the participation payment due to the Agency. (Vote: 7-0)

4. BOARD RECOMMENDS APPROVAL FOR ADDITIONAL FUNDING OF LEAH RESIDENCE (CORE)
The CCDC Board recommended that the Redevelopment Agency approve a proposed Second Implementation Agreement with Catholic Charities 9th and F Street Apartments LP, (Leah Residence) for an additional $852,500 from the San Diego Housing Commission. The twenty-four unit Leah Residence, in the Core neighborhood, provides social services and assists low income families including formerly homeless women and children. (Vote: 7-0)


PROJECT UPDATES

• Park It on Market (North) – Park It On Market, containing 500 parking spaces, has been operating since January 2001. For the seven months ending January 31, the garage produced gross revenues of $1,401,929, yielding a net income after debt service of $481,712, which is approximately $196,750 above budgeted net income. For the month ending January 2007 the garage produced gross revenue of $178,038, which is an 18 percent increase compared to January 2006. Overall, Park It on Market continues to perform outstandingly, with a steady trend of positive income.

• 6th & K Parkade – The 6th & K Parkade, containing 1,230 parking spaces, is a public/private venture with 1,000 spaces servicing the public, and 230 below-grade spaces servicing the Omni Hotel. The garage opened to the public on August 25, 2004. For the seven months ending January 31, the garage produced gross revenues of $1,246,212, yielding a net loss after debt service of ($129,534), which is $98,865 above budgeted net loss after debt service. For the month ending January 2007, the garage produced gross revenues of $134,003 which is a 1 percent increase compared to January 2006. The garage is currently in a start-up period; however, since opening, the garage has seen a steady increase in traffic, with monthly permits of 556 for the month ending January 2007.


PERMIT APPLICATIONS

Permit Applications in Process:

• Imperial Surface Lot (Five Star Parking) – Centre City Conditional Use Permit to allow a 75 space surface parking lot on the 20,000 square-foot parcel located at 1401 and 1435 Imperial Avenue – East Village.

• Citiplace (Essex Property Trust) – Centre City Development Permit for 140 units in a six-story building located on the north side of Ash Street between Front and First Avenue – Cortez.

• Candlewood Suites (Jacquelyn Carroll) – Centre City Development Permit for a 126-room, seven-story hotel located on the south side of Ash Street between Tenth and Eleventh avenues – Cortez.

• East Village Square Comprehensive Sign Plan (Cisterra/Bosa/JMI) – Centre City Comprehensive Sign Plan for the East Village Square, a master planned development located immediately north of the ballpark outfield between J and K streets, and Seventh and Tenth avenues. The proposed Sign Plan includes the previously approved signs at the Diamond View Tower project, Project Identification Signs for the overall development, directories and directional signs for the overall development, and signs for individual tenants. This application requires approval by the City Council – East Village.

• 6th Avenue Office Condominiums (ENDEV) – Centre City Development Permit/Variance for 12 office condominiums (37,838 square feet of office space) and 2,162 square feet of commercial retail space in a 13-story building located at 453 and 459 Sixth Avenue – East Village.

• Lucky D's (Egan Entertainment) – Centre City Conditional Use Permit to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages in conjunction with live music, entertainment and dancing within a proposed restaurant and bar to be located at 804 Market Street – East Village.

• East Village Tavern & Bowl (East Village Tavern, LLC) – Centre City Conditional Use Permit to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages in conjunction with live music and entertainment within a proposed neighborhood restaurant/bar and six-lane bowling alley located at 930 Market Street – East Village.

• 9th & J (7-Eleven, Inc.) – Centre City Conditional Use Permit for the off-site sale of alcoholic beverages (beer and wine only) within an existing convenience store located at 417 Ninth Avenue. Application was denied by CCDC Hearing Officer on December 11, 2006; however, an appeal was filed and the appeal is being scheduled for a hearing before the Board – East Village.

• Riva Trigoso (Zolezzi Enterprises) – Centre City Development Permit for 40 residential units and approximately 11,000 square feet of commercial retail space and 12,000 square feet of commercial office space in an seven-story building (88 feet) on the approximately 15,000 square-foot site located on the south side of Date Street between State and Columbia streets – Little Italy.

• First & J (Bosa Development) – Marina Development Permit for 172 residential units and 22,600 square feet of street-level retail in a 38-story (438 feet) building located on the full-block site bounded by J Street and First, Second, and Island avenues. The project will involve an Owner Participation Agreement and the vacation and conversion of J Street into a public park/plaza – Marina.

• 15th & Market (CJUF II Lankford Market LLC) – Centre City Development Permit for a mixed-use project consisting of 274 residential units and 25,000 square feet of retail space in a 5/22 story (240 feet) building located along the west side of 15th Street between Market and G streets – East Village.

• Shapery Park Tower (12th and A Hotel Partners) – Centre City Development Permit for a 39-story (407 feet) building with 138 residential units and approximately 2,500 square feet of commercial space located at the northeast corner of Eleventh Avenue and A Street. This project is pending completion of revised drawings – Core.

• Monaco (Ghods Builders Inc.) – Centre City Site Development Permit for 286 units and approximately 9,800 square feet of commercial space in a 34-story (350 feet) building on the north side of Broadway between Eighth and Ninth avenues. This project is pending completion of revised drawings – Core.

• Riviera Condominiums (Ghods Builders Inc.) – Centre City Development Permit for 409 units (31 affordable) and approximately 47,870 square feet of commercial space in a 37-story (380 feet) building on the north side of A Street between Sixth and Seventh avenues. This project is pending completion of revised drawings – Cortez.

• 777 Beech (J. Peter Block Companies) – Centre City Development Permit 2006-19 application for a mixed-use project along the south side of Beech Street between Seventh and Eighth avenues, directly north of the El Cortez historic building. Application is being revised per direction of Real Estate Committee – Cortez.

• 16th and J (Katalyst) – Centre City Site Development Permit for 80 residential units and approximately 3,900 square feet of commercial space in an eight-story building (92 feet) located on the southeast corner of 16th and J streets. This project was placed on-hold pending an appeal of the Historical Resources Board designation for one of the buildings located on the project site. The applicant has reinitiated formal review of the project and will be pursuing a Site Development Permit to allow the designated building to be demolished as part of the new project – East Village.

• Mondrian (Gray Development) – Centre City/Site Development Permit for 846 residential units (79 affordable) and approximately 33,000 square feet of commercial space in a 39-story (410 feet) tower located on the full block bounded by Eighth and Ninth avenues, and A and B streets. The project requires final approval by the Planning Commission, anticipated in March, 2007 – Core.

• 445 West Ash (445 West Ash, LLC) – Centre City Development Permit for 82 residential units and approximately 7,000 square feet of commercial space, and 22,000 square feet of office space in a 32-story (362 feet) tower at the southeast corner of the intersection at Columbia and Ash streets. This project is pending completion of revised drawings – Columbia.

• Pacific Pointe (Pointe of View) – Centre City Development Permit for 403 residential units and approximately 12,000 square feet of commercial space in 5/39-story (450 feet) buildings located on the east side of Eleventh Avenue between Broadway and E Street. This project is on-hold pending an appeal of the Historical Resources Board designation for one of the buildings located on the project site – East Village.

Permit Applications Approved Since Last President's Report:

• Ballpark Sky Lofts (Ballpark Sky Lofts, LLC) – Centre City Development Permit for 16 residential units in a seven-story (75 feet) building located at 542 16th Street on the west side of the street between Market Street and Island Avenue. This project is pending re-submittal of revised drawings – East Village.


• Graybill Terminal/Former Unocal Site (Graybill Ventures, LLC) – Centre City Coastal Development Permit to allow grading, excavation, and environmental clean-up (pursuant to an approved Remedial Action Plan) of the site located at 1521-1551 National Avenue – East Village.

• 613 13th Street Surface Lot (Five Star Parking) – Centre City Conditional Use Permit to allow a 206 space temporary surface parking lot on the 60,000 square-foot parcel located on the block bounded by 13th, 14th, G and Market streets – East Village.

• Albertsons (New Albertsons, Inc.) – Centre City Conditional Use Permit for the off-site sales of alcoholic beverages (General Package Store) within a 40,000 square-foot existing grocery store located at 655 14th Street. This decision is pending an appeal period – East Village.

• Hotel Indigo (Six Continents Hotels) – Centre City Development Permit for a 12-story (118 feet) hotel with 210 rooms and ground floor café on the approximately 17,000 square-foot site located on the northeast corner of Ninth and Island avenues – East Village.

• India & Beech (JQA Investments, L.P.) – Centre City Development Permit for a 27-story (303 feet) building with 73 residential units and approximately 9,600 square feet of commercial space located on the southwest corner of India and Beech streets – Little Italy.

• 16th & G Gateway (SD Megablock LLC) – Centre City Development Permit for 525 residential units (including 10% affordable units), 113,064 square feet of office space, and approximately 11,100 square feet of retail use in a 35-story building (420 feet); the proposed rehabilitation of the historic Snowflake Bakery building for retail and office uses; and, approximately 35,200 square feet of “urban open space” (over non-buildable areas due to seismic faults) located on the on the block bounded by 16th, 17th, F and G streets – East Village.

REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY/CITY COUNCIL

On February 6, the Redevelopment Agency (“Agency”)/City Council Approved:

• North Embarcadero Joint Powers Authority Agreement

• Ratification of the Annual Election of the Centre City Redevelopment Project Area Committee and Centre City Advisory Committee of the San Diego Redevelopment Agency and the City of San Diego

On February 27,the Agency/City Council heard:

• Request to Bid – Balboa Theatre Marquee & Blade Sign

On February 27, the Agency heard:

• NRG Chilled Water Agreement – Balboa Theatre Rehabilitation; and

• Sunburst Apartments – 1st Implementation Agreement

COMMITTEE MEETINGS

On February 14,:

The Real Estate Committee Approved:

• Smart Corner Second Implementation Agreement to Disposition and Development Agreement;

• Parkside – Termination of Owner Participation Agreement with Oak Shelter Systems, LLC;

• Parkside – Design Review; and

• Received an update and approved the Amendments to the Downtown Community Plan, Redevelopment Plan for the Centre City Redevelopment Project, Centre City Planned District Ordinance, and Marina Planned District Ordinance

And, Received:

• 777 Beech – Preliminary Design Review; and

• 6th Avenue Office – Preliminary Design Review

And, Heard:

• Update on the Navy Broadway Complex Project

• The Budget/Finance and Administration Committee Approved:

• Parks and Affordable Housing Acquisition Strategy

And, Discussed:

• Directors and Officers Liability Insurance; and

• Fiscal Year 2008 Budget


MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS NEWS

CCDC’s Sheila Hardin honored as KPBS 2007 Black History Month Local Hero
At an awards ceremony on February 1, CCDC’s Community Relations Manager Sheila Hardin was recognized as a 2007 Black History Month Local Hero for her outstanding accomplishments and service within the San Diego community. Each year, distinct individuals are recognized for their outstanding efforts to promote and support the arts, business, community activism, social services and education throughout San Diego County. Hardin has worked at CCDC for more than 20 years. Among her primary CCDC responsibilities, Hardin promotes the Corporation’s redevelopment efforts to community organizations and area planning groups throughout the region. In addition, she belongs to the Southeast Rotary Club and has been involved for many years with a variety of non-profit organizations. The Black History Month awards were presented during a ceremony at the KPBS Copely Telecommunications Center. Short television segments about each of the winners ran on KPBS throughout February in conjunction with special Black History Month programming. To view the awards ceremony visit www.kpbs.org.

Tour of Downtown San Diego
San Diego City Council President Scott Peters and his staff went on a tour of downtown San Diego hosted by CCDC’s Vice President of Marketing and Communications Donna Alm and Senior Project Manager Gary Bosse. The outing included a walking tour of the Balboa Theatre and an overview of the project’s progress. It also included a bus tour of San Diego’s Western Waterfront, North Embarcadero, updates on CCDC’s affordable housing strategy and 2007 public realm focus.

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

• “Coffee with Nancy” Community Conversation Series
More than 60 people attended the first in a series of informal community conversations with CCDC President Nancy Graham on February 2. The discussion, held in CCDC’s Downtown Information Center, focused on a variety of downtown issues and projects. Discussion topics included: parks, schools, the waterfront, the Quiet Zone, the North Embarcadero Visionary Plan, C Street Master Plan, Navy Broadway, and more. The next community conversation is planned for Friday, April 6 with a location yet to be determined. To receive future email updates regarding the “Coffee With Nancy” series, visit www.CCDC.com, click on the “Sign Up for Email Alerts” link on the homepage and then check the “Coffee With Nancy” series box.

• CCDC President Attends Community Planners Committee Meeting
CCDC President Nancy Graham addressed the Community Planners Committee on January 23. The group consisted of Chairs of community planning groups throughout the City of San Diego.

• CCDC Community Relations Manager Sheila Hardin Attends Community Meetings:
Eastern Area Planning Committee - 20 attendees: February 13
Greater Golden Hill Planning Committee - 25 attendees: February 14


EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

February 27, 2007- Sachin Kalbag, CCDC Urban Designer, was the keynote presenter, speaking on the C Street Master Plan at the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) February Luncheon meeting, located at the Harbor House Restaurant in Seaport Village. For additional information on this and future meetings please contact Marria Porter at Porter.Marria@aaa-calif.com.


Save the Date:

May 2 through 4- WTS will be hosting their 2007 National Conference in San Diego at the Wyndham Hotel and CCDC will be producing a downtown transportation showcase on Friday, May 4th from 2-4 p.m. (CCDC sits on the local Board of Directors). For additional information please contact Linda Culp at lcu@sandag.org.

June 22 and 23- CCDC will again be hosting the regionally award-winning Submarine Sandwiches for Subcontractors, or “Subs for Subs” event at the San Diego Cruise Ship Terminal. More information to follow.

Events:
Anne Marie Mowatt, CCDC’s Equal Opportunity Administrator (EOA) attended the following events since the last report:

January 26 - San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner
January 30 - Black Business Association Mixer
March 1 - KPBS/Union Bank- 2007 Black History Month Local Hero Award Ceremony
February 7 - San Diego Economic Development Corporation’s Annual Dinner
February 15 - Construction Management Association of America’s 2007 Owner Night
February 22-24 - Women’s Transportation Seminar Chapter Management Training

Business Opportunities

• RFQ/P for Database Consultant – CCDC is requesting proposals from qualified database consultants to provide as-needed consulting services. CCDC was created by the City of San Diego to plan and implement downtown revitalization programs on behalf of the City’s Redevelopment Agency. Small businesses, disabled veteran-owned businesses, women-owned businesses, firms owned by under-represented ethnic groups and local firms are encouraged to submit proposals. Deadline to submit proposals is Friday, March 2, 2007 at 4:30 p.m. RFP packets can be downloaded at http://www.ccdc.com (click on Business opps., RFPs and RFQs, then current RFPs and RFQs) or can be picked up at the CCDC office located on, 225 Broadway, Suite 1100, San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 235-2200. For questions or additional information, please contact A.J. Magana at (619) 533-7119 or magana@ccdc.com.

Positions Available

Senior Planner-Design Review/Landscape Architecture –

CCDC is seeking a Senior Planner. Duties include professional planning; urban design; architectural design review; landscape design review; administer codes, ordinances, development regulations and procedures; critique proposed projects; and prepare staff reports and recommendations. Bachelor’s degree and seven plus years of related experience, landscape architecture emphasis preferred. Application deadline January 31, 2007, or until filled. Equal Opportunity Employer.

Accountant/Business Manager –

CCDC is seeking a qualified individual to maintain all books and records for the corporation through financial statements and year-end audit; and office management duties, including supervising the receptionist. Candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business administration, economics, finance, or equivalent degree from an accredited college or university. At least five years experience in accounting and bookkeeping in maintaining financial and statistical records. Candidates must demonstrate excellence in exercise of judgment, in written and oral communications, in interpersonal skills, and use of word processing and spreadsheet software.

An application, supplemental questionnaire, and your resume, including current salary and four work-related references, should be submitted to Human Resources, Centre City Development Corporation, 225 Broadway, Suite 1100, San Diego, California 92101 or to careers@ccdc.com. Application Deadline: Monday, March 26, 2007

Executive Recruitment –

If you have any questions regarding either of these positions, listed below, please feel free to contact Gary Rogers at (541)330-8353 or Paul Kimura at (408) 399-4424.

Manager - Architecture and Planning –
Final filing date: March 21, 2007
CCDC is seeking an Architecture and Planning Manager who will provide oversight for design services in the areas of architecture, landscape architecture, urban design and planning.

This position requires a licensed architect with 10 years of project and urban design experience, with six or more years at a supervisory level. Previous experience within a high density, major urban setting along with knowledge of high quality design, entitlement and land use experience are essential.

If you are interested in pursuing this exciting career opportunity, please forward a letter of interest, your resume, current salary and the names and phone numbers of five professional references to:

Paul Kimura and/or Gary Rogers
Avery Associates
3 ½ N. Santa Cruz Ave., Suite A
Los Gatos, CA 95030
Fax: (408) 399-4423
E-mail: jobs@averyassoc.net

Manager - Redevelopment –
Final filing date: March 21, 2007
CCDC is seeking a Redevelopment Manager, which is a newly created position based on the need for central oversight of the complex economic and land use transactions within downtown.

The ideal candidate will be an exceptional negotiator with a strong economics and financial acumen, along with knowledge of RDA law. Extensive transactional experience within the municipal sector combined with knowledge of housing, public facilities, and urban planning issues related to mixed-use, commercial and office projects are required. A minimum of 10 years in the development services field with previous experiences as a manager of staff along with a Bachelor’s degree in a related field is required. Expertise in redevelopment, land use or contract law is highly desired.

If you are interested in pursuing this exciting career opportunity, please forward a letter of interest, your resume, current salary and the names and phone numbers of five professional references to:

Paul Kimura and/or Gary Rogers
Avery Associates
3 ½ N. Santa Cruz Ave., Suite A
Los Gatos, CA 95030
Fax: (408) 399-4423
E-mail: jobs@averyassoc.net

Outreach/CCDC Website:
All outreach efforts include: ccdc.com, Blue Hornet (e-based mail system),
Ethnically/trade/community-focused organizations and publications, 12 multiple public agencies, and surrounding municipalities.

PRESIDENT GRAHAM’S SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

Previous Engagements

Date Engagement
January 21 CCAC - Navy Broadway Complex Project - Verbal Update
CCAC - Annual CCDC Report
January 29 International Economic Development Council (IEDC)
Leadership Summit










MISCELLANEOUS

• 3-D animated video for the North Embarcadero Visionary Plan (NEVP) – The Port of San Diego (the “Port”) and the Centre City Development Corporation (CCDC) have been discussing the value of producing a 3-D animated video for the North Embarcadero Visionary Plan (NEVP) for some time. At this time, with the approval of the Joint Powers Authority Agreement behind us, the need for this video has peaked. The video will be a great tool to assist in educating both policy makers and the public about the great attributes the NEVP has to offer downtown San Diego and the region.

o CCDC understands that the Port is prepared to enter into a contract with the La Jolla Group for production and delivery of a 3-D animated video. CCDC is prepared to reimburse the Port, up to $35,000 on a shared 50%-50% basis for the production of this video, which is expected to be complete for the first meeting of the Joint Powers Authority Board.

• San Diego County Regional Airport Authority – The Subcommittee formed to provide input to the Airport Authority on the proposed amendments to the Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan for San Diego International Airport (SDIA) – Lindbergh Field continues to meet and make progress. The Subcommittee, represented by a variety of interests including CCDC, the City of San Diego, and the Little Italy Association has made progress on noise impact issues (where certain land uses should be allowed) and is beginning to discuss safety issues near the airport, including potential land uses and densities to be allowed. Specific policies recognizing the uniqueness of SDIA and its proximity to downtown and other urban neighborhoods are being formulated, and staff will continue to update the Board in the coming months as a formal recommendation begins to be formulated.

• Studio 15 Affordable Housing Project (Affirmed Housing Group) – In January 2007, demolition was completed to prepare the site for construction of the planned five-story, 275-unit low-income rental housing project on a 27,000 square-foot site on the southwest corner of 15th Street and Imperial Avenue in East Village. The developer is currently processing a site remediation plan for removal and disposal of hazardous materials. Excavation work should be underway in late March. The Agency is assisting the project with a $16.5 million loan from the Centre City Low and Moderate Income Housing Fund. Completion is anticipated in 2009.

• Park Blvd. at Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge – At the February 13 meeting of the Unified Port District Board of Port Commissioners, the following bridge easement agreements were approved; the agreement for temporary (during construction) and permanent footings, aerial access, and elevator; and the agreement for a 16” water main relocation. Execution and recordation of both agreements are due in March. In January, both agreements were approved by the San Diego City Council.

o A project update will be provided at the March 14 CCDC Board Committee meeting.

• Cortez Hill Family Center (phase 2) – Design – a public improvement plan was approved by the City Engineer; awaiting City permit issuance. Building plan is February, with expected approval in late March/early April. On March 28, staff will take a Request to Bid item forward to the CCDC Board for a recommendation to City Council at its May 8 meeting. Advertisement for construction could occur shortly after the May 8 meeting, with a possible construction start in late summer.
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