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File #: 2022-2164   
Type: Regular Agenda Item
Body: Planning Board
On agenda: 6/27/2022
Title: Annual Review: Alameda Point Site A Development Agreement - Applicant: Alameda Point Partners, LLC (APP). The applicant is requesting a periodic review of the Alameda Point Site A Development Agreement. The consideration of an Annual Report is not a project under CEQA. No further environmental review is required.
Attachments: 1. Exhibit 1 Annual Report Letter from APP, 2. Exhibit 2 Draft Planning Board Resolution
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Annual Review: Alameda Point Site A Development Agreement - Applicant: Alameda Point Partners, LLC (APP). The applicant is requesting a periodic review of the Alameda Point Site A Development Agreement. The consideration of an Annual Report is not a project under CEQA. No further environmental review is required.

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To: Honorable President and
Members of the Planning Board

From: Andrew Thomas
Planning Building and Transportation Director

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Alameda Municipal Code (AMC) Section 30-95.1 requires the Planning Board to conduct a public hearing at which the applicant must demonstrate good faith compliance with the terms and conditions of the Alameda Point - Site A Development Agreement (DA). Alameda Point Partners, LLC has submitted a letter demonstrating their good faith compliance with the terms and conditions of the DA. (Exhibit 1.)

Staff is recommending that the Planning Board approve the annual report and find that the Developer has complied in good faith with the terms and conditions of the DA. The Development Agreement can be found on the City of Alameda website at:

https://www.alamedaca.gov/Departments/Planning-Building-and-Transportation/Planning-Division/Major-Planning-Projects

BACKGROUND

On August 31, 2015, the City of Alameda (City) and Alameda Point Partners (APP or Developer) entered into a Development Agreement for the 68-acre Site A project at Alameda Point.

Pursuant to State law, Alameda Municipal Code (AMC) Section 30-95.1, and Article 5 of the Development Agreement, the Planning Board is required to hold a public hearing at which the applicant must demonstrate good faith compliance with the terms and conditions of the DA. In order to demonstrate good faith compliance, the applicant has submitted a Developer Letter of Compliance (Exhibit 1) for the annual review for calendar year 2021.

ANALYSIS

During the review period, the Developer met regularly with City staff...

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