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File #: 2020-7711   
Type: Consent Calendar Item
Body: City Council
On agenda: 2/18/2020
Title: Final Passage of Ordinance Approving a Lease and Authorizing the City Manager or Designee to Execute Documents Necessary to Implement the Terms of a One-Year Lease With Four One-Year Extension Options, Each Subject to Reasonable Discretionary Approval of the City Manager, with Shelter In Peace, Inc., a California Non-Profit Corporation, for 2815 San Diego Road Located at Alameda Point to Operate Transitional Housing for Refugees. (Community Development 236)
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Final Passage of Ordinance Approving a Lease and Authorizing the City Manager or Designee to Execute Documents Necessary to Implement the Terms of a One-Year Lease With Four One-Year Extension Options, Each Subject to Reasonable Discretionary Approval of the City Manager, with Shelter In Peace, Inc., a California Non-Profit Corporation, for 2815 San Diego Road Located at Alameda Point to Operate Transitional Housing for Refugees. (Community Development 236)


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The staff report for this ordinance was included when the ordinance was introduced and is available at the following link:
https://alameda.legistar.com/LegislationDetail.aspx?ID=4313162&GUID=42233269-C04B-4BA7-B1ED-D754649EC9DF&Options=&Search=&FullText=1

CITY OF ALAMEDA ORDINANCE NO. ______
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APPROVING A LEASE AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER OR DESIGNEE TO EXECUTE DOCUMENTS NECESSARY TO IMPLEMENT THE TERMS OF A ONE-YEAR LEASE WITH FOUR ONE-YEAR EXTENSION OPTIONS, EACH SUBJECT TO REASONABLE DISCRETIONARY APPROVAL OF THE CITY MANAGER, WITH SHELTER IN PEACE, INC, A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION, FOR 2815 SAN DIEGO ROAD LOCATED AT ALAMEDA POINT TO OPERATE TRANSITIONAL HOUSING FOR REFUGEES

WHEREAS, Shelter in Peace, Inc. is a non-profit organization providing transitional housing and other services to refugee households being resettled in Alameda; and

WHEREAS, 2815 San Diego Road is a single-family home at Alameda Point; and

WHEREAS, the Premises have been vacant since June 2016 and were deemed uninhabitable due to a cracked foundation; and

WHEREAS, on March 3, 2019, City Council approved the use of CDBG Substantial Rehabilitation funds to replace the cracked foundation and make the home available for refugee families being resettled in Alameda; and

WHEREAS, the foundation is currently being repaired and the residence will be habitable in summer 2020; and

WHEREAS, the Premises will be used to provide transitional hous...

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