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File #: 905-2017    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Afternoon Administrative Report Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 4/26/2017 In control: CITY COUNCIL
On agenda: 5/30/2017 Final action: 5/30/2017
Title: Public Safety and City Administration Project (JL FC15PW02) to Develop a New Joint Public Safety and City Administration Building and Sell Excess City Land for Private Development.
Attachments: 1. ATCH 1 - Evaluation Committee Rec, 2. ATCH 1 - Ex A - Evaluation Consensus Scores, 3. ATCH 1 - Ex B - Benefits and Risks Considerations Matrix.pdf, 4. ATCH 1 - Ex C - Financial Offer Comparison, 5. ATCH 1 - Ex D - List of Proposal Documents & Web Links, 6. ATCH 2 - List of Referenced Documents, 7. ATCH 3 - Development Sites Included in the RFP
To: Honorable Mayor and Members of City Council

From: Michael Parness, City Manager

Prepared By: Jacques LaRochelle, Public Works Director

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Public Safety and City Administration Project (JL FC15PW02) to Develop a New Joint Public Safety and City Administration Building and Sell Excess City Land for Private Development.

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RECOMMENDED ACTION:
Recommendation

Select the Preferred Respondent best qualified to develop the Project based on the evaluation criteria identified in the Request for Proposals, and direct staff to negotiate terms of an Exclusive Negotiating Agreement with the Preferred Respondent, to be brought back to City Council for consideration at a subsequent public meeting.

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DISCUSSION:
For many years, as early as 2004, the City has been publicly discussing alternative methods for providing more cost effective, safe, City services to the community through necessary upgrades to the City's facilities for public safety services and general administration office space. This report summarizes the previous analyses which led to the direction from Council in September 2016 to request proposals for this Project, it summarizes the two proposals received for this Project (from Plenary Properties Napa, and Strada/Scannell Napa), and it summarizes City staff's recommended next steps for Council to select one of the proposers as the "Preferred Respondent" with whom the City would initiate negotiations of an Exclusive Negotiating Agreement for the Project.

The City's current portfolio of facilities for public safety and general administration office space is dispersed in a number of owned and leased buildings throughout the city. Many of these facilities are over fifty years old and are at the end-of or surpassed their useful life which is causing serious problems in terms of service levels response and delivery, inadequate space, and additional maintenance and repairs.

Most critical is the facilities' safety, particularly the P...

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