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File #: 2020-8164   
Type: Regular Agenda Item
Body: City Council
On agenda: 9/1/2020
Title: Recommendation to Adopt the 2020 Alameda Point Master Infrastructure Plan (MIP) Amendment and Direct Staff to Work with the Recreation and Park Commission on Recommendations Regarding the Alameda Point Sports Complex; Introduction of Ordinance Amending the Alameda Municipal Code by Amending Chapter XXVII (Development Fees) by Repealing Section 27-4 (Alameda Point Development Impact Fees) in Its Entirety; and Adoption of Resolution Amending Master Fee Resolution No. 12191 to Revise Fee. (Community Development)
Attachments: 1. Exhibit 1 - MIP Amendment, 2. Exhibit 2 - Infrastructure and Community Benefits, 3. Ordinance, 4. Resolution, 5. Presentation
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Recommendation to Adopt the 2020 Alameda Point Master Infrastructure Plan (MIP) Amendment and Direct Staff to Work with the Recreation and Park Commission on Recommendations Regarding the Alameda Point Sports Complex;
Introduction of Ordinance Amending the Alameda Municipal Code by Amending Chapter XXVII (Development Fees) by Repealing Section 27-4 (Alameda Point Development Impact Fees) in Its Entirety; and
Adoption of Resolution Amending Master Fee Resolution No. 12191 to Revise Fee. (Community Development)

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To: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The Alameda Point Master Infrastructure Plan (MIP) outlines a plan for new infrastructure at Alameda Point that replaces the antiquated Navy utilities that the City of Alameda (City) inherited. The new infrastructure systems established by the MIP include sea level rise protection and adaption measures, as well as new street improvements, protected bicycle facilities, and electrical and other system upgrades. Community benefit improvements, such as the Regional Sports Complex, Seaplane Lagoon Ferry Terminal, and a network of parks are also included in the MIP.

The MIP identified a process for future amendments of the document to reflect evolving requirements, best available science regarding sea level rise, and other advancements of the new infrastructure systems. The 2020 MIP Amendment (MIP Amendment) provides a summary of the current backbone infrastructure implemented to date, updates requirements or standards that have changed in the past five years, and conforms the infrastructure improvements called for in the MIP to the climate change resiliency guidance established through the Climate Action and Resiliency Plan (CARP) adopted by the City Council in September 2019. The MIP Amendment is attached as Exhibit 1.

The MIP also includes the estimated cost of the required infrastructure and community benefit improvements. These cost estimates are the basis for the Al...

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