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File #: 2022-2188   
Type: Regular Agenda Item
Body: City Council
On agenda: 9/20/2022
Title: WITHDRAWN - Introduction of Ordinance Authorizing the Interim City Manager, or Designee, to Execute a Consent to Assignment and Assumption of Lease in Favor of Daniel Patrick Nichols With Respect to the Lease of Real Property Between Agnes McKinley, Successor Trustee of Mihailo Crnjanski, and the City of Alameda for the Tidelands Parcel Adjacent to the Uplands Parcel at 1620 Fernside Boulevard, Alameda, CA. (Community Development 21661825) [Not heard on September 6, 2022 and will not be heard on September 20, 2022]
Attachments: 1. Exhibit 1 - Assignment and Assumption of Lease, 2. Exhibit 2 - Lease of Real Property, 3. Exhibit 3 - Map, 4. Ordinance
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WITHDRAWN - Introduction of Ordinance Authorizing the Interim City Manager, or Designee, to Execute a Consent to Assignment and Assumption of Lease in Favor of Daniel Patrick Nichols With Respect to the Lease of Real Property Between Agnes McKinley, Successor Trustee of Mihailo Crnjanski, and the City of Alameda for the Tidelands Parcel Adjacent to the Uplands Parcel at 1620 Fernside Boulevard, Alameda, CA. (Community Development 21661825) [Not heard on September 6, 2022 and will not be heard on September 20, 2022]

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To: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Staff is requesting that City Council approve an ordinance authorizing the Interim City Manager, or designee, to execute a Consent to Assignment and Assumption of Lease (Assignment) in favor of Daniel Patrick Nichols (Assignee) with respect to the Lease of Real Property dated March 1, 1984 (Lease), between Agnes McKinley, Successor Trustee of Mihailo Crnjanski (Assignor), and the City of Alameda (City) for the Tidelands parcel (Tidelands Parcel) adjacent to the uplands parcel at 1620 Fernside Blvd, Alameda (Upland Parcel). The Assignment is attached as Exhibit 1 and the Lease is attached as Exhibit 2. A map with the location of the parcels is attached as Exhibit 3.

BACKGROUND

The City acquired the Tidelands Parcel, as well as others, from the State of California to be held in trust for the people of California pursuant to Chapter 348 of the Statues of 1913, as amended by Section 1 of Chapter 594 of the Statues of 1917. Historically in Alameda, tidelands parcels abutting privately-owned upland residential parcels have been leased exclusively to the upland property owners for the construction, maintenance and operation of docks, ramps, associated structures, retaining walls, and landscaping, so long as such uses are in accordance with, and not in conflict with, applicable zoning. Under the Lease, transfer of the Tidelands Parcel is authorized in the event of the ...

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