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File #: 19-180    Name:
Type: Staff Report Status: Consent Calendar
File created: 2/27/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 4/10/2019 Final action: 4/10/2019
Title: Report regarding a resolution declaring an unnumbered City-owned parcel on Gull Drive, (Parcel B of Parcel Map 99-005 of Book of Maps 72) surplus. (Kris Romasanta, Community Development Coordinator)
Sponsors: Economic & Community Development
Attachments: 1. Attachement 1 Gull Drive Property Map
Related files: 19-313
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Report regarding a resolution declaring an unnumbered City-owned parcel on Gull Drive, (Parcel B of Parcel Map 99-005 of Book of Maps 72) surplus. (Kris Romasanta, Community Development Coordinator)

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RECOMMENDATION
Staff recommends that the City Council adopt a resolution declaring an unnumbered parcel on Gull Drive (Parcel B of Parcel Map 99-005 of Book of Maps 72) surplus and authorizing the City to initiate the process to comply with the State of California's Surplus Land Act (Government Code sections 54220 through 54233).

BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION
The subject parcel on Gull Drive (Parcel B of Parcel Map 99-005 of Book of Maps 72) is located in the City's East of 101 area. It is a long, narrow sliver of land that runs adjacent to Gull Drive, south of Oyster Point Boulevard. (see attached parcel map for the general location of the property.) At present, the site does not have an address. It is a small site at 0.38 acres and has a Business Technology Park zoning designation. Due to the shape and adjacent uses of the parcel, the City has determined that the parcel is no longer necessary for the City's use and may have value to the adjacent property owner.

In order to dispose of City-owned property, the City must comply with the State of California's Surplus Land Act ("SLA"). The procedures required in order to do this include:

1. City Council must make a finding that the City has no use for the property and, adopt a resolution declaring the property surplus.
2. Send notices of the proposed disposition of surplus property to all local public entities and housing sponsors who engage in the development of affordable housing in the jurisdiction where the property is located, as well as to the County Park and recreation department and the State Natural Resources Agency. The notice will provide information about the site and provide the agencies with 60-days to express interest in purchasing the property.
3. If any public agencies are interested, the City...

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