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File #: 2017-4429   
Type: Regular Agenda Item
Body: Planning Board
On agenda: 6/12/2017
Title: Public Hearing to Consider an Amendment to the Bayport/Alameda Landing Master Plan to allow for a Maritime Commercial and Residential Mixed Use Development Plan on the Alameda Landing Waterfront. A Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Report for the Alameda Landing Mixed Use Development Project was certified in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) (State Clearinghouse #2006012091) in 2006. An Environmental Assessment for the Proposed Master Plan Amendment has been prepared.
Attachments: 1. Exhibit 1 - Proposed Master Plan Amendment text, 2. Exhibit 2 - Environmental Assessment
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Public Hearing to Consider an Amendment to the Bayport/Alameda Landing Master Plan to allow for a Maritime Commercial and Residential Mixed Use Development Plan on the Alameda Landing Waterfront. A Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Report for the Alameda Landing Mixed Use Development Project was certified in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) (State Clearinghouse #2006012091) in 2006. An Environmental Assessment for the Proposed Master Plan Amendment has been prepared.


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To: President and
Members of the Planning Board

From: Andrew Thomas, Assistant Community Development Director

Date: June 12, 2017

Public Hearing to Consider an Amendment to the Bayport/Alameda Landing Master Plan to allow for a Maritime Commercial and Residential Mixed Use Development Plan on the Alameda Landing Waterfront. A Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Report for the Alameda Landing Mixed Use Development Project was certified in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) (State Clearinghouse #2006012091) in 2006. An Environmental Assessment for the Proposed Master Plan Amendment has been prepared.

BACKGROUND

The proposed project is a Master Plan amendment to facilitate the preparation, review and approval of a mixed use development plan for approximately 39 acres of land located along the Alameda-Oakland Estuary, described in this report as the "Alameda Landing Waterfront". The 39-acre site is the last piece of the 215 acres of former federal land comprising Naval Air Station Alameda East Housing and the Fleet Industrial Supply Center (FISC). The Waterfront property is located on the former FISC, which was conveyed to the City via special Federal legislation in 1999. In 2002, the City conveyed the land to the former Community Improvement Commission (CIC), now the Successor Agency.

In 2000, the City Council adopted a mixed use Master Plan and Development Agreemen...

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