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File #: 1596-2018    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Evening Administrative Report Status: Passed
File created: 10/11/2018 In control: CITY COUNCIL
On agenda: 12/11/2018 Final action: 12/11/2018
Title: Civic Center Project to Develop a City Hall Building (including Public Safety and City Administration) at 1600 First Street, a Fire Station No. 1 at 1115 Seminary Street, and a parking garage at 1511 Clay Street.
Attachments: 1. EX A - Comparison Summary of Options 1, 2A, 2B, 2. EX B - Options Pros & Cons Table
To: Honorable Mayor and Members of City Council

From: Steve Potter, Interim City Manager

Prepared By: Nancy Weiss, Executive Project Manager

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Civic Center Project to Develop a City Hall Building (including Public Safety and City Administration) at 1600 First Street, a Fire Station No. 1 at 1115 Seminary Street, and a parking garage at 1511 Clay Street.

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RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Recommendation

Receive a Report Regarding the Status of Planning, Design, and Financing for the Civic Center Project (JL FC15PW02); and Provide Direction to Staff Regarding Next Steps Under the Exclusive Negotiations Agreement for the Project.

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DISCUSSION:
Background

The proposed Civic Center project is an ambitious project to replace aging City facilities and consolidate City functions. Proposed facilities include a new consolidated City Administration and Public Safety Building, a new Fire Station No. 1, and a new Clay Street Parking structure. In September 2017, City Council approved an Exclusive Negotiation Agreement ("ENA") with Plenary Property Napa LLC ("PPN" or "Developer") which defines the terms by which PPN and the City will develop the design and financing for the proposed Civic Center. Several changes have occurred in the past year since the ENA was approved including cost increases due to escalation of construction costs, design changes based on community input, and modifications to the City's long term financial forecast (LTFF).

It is important to note that the proposed project or any similar project the City decides to undertake to replace, repair, consolidate, improve, expand our current facilities will require significant financial commitment by the City as well as support from the community and employees. The City faces significant deferred maintenance and aging facilities that require modernization and improved performance. Since 2014, the City has deferred all facility reserve expenditures to maintain or upgrade City Hall, Community Ser...

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