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File #: 2022-2313   
Type: Consent Calendar Item
Body: City Council
On agenda: 9/20/2022
Title: Adoption of Resolution Authorizing the Interim City Manager, or Designee, to Execute and Record, By and Between the City of Alameda and East Bay Municipal Utility District, an Amended and Restated Partial Assignment of Non-Exclusive Easement and Grant of Non-Exclusive Easement over Department of the Navy-owned Lands; Grant of Easement over City of Alameda-owned Lands; and Any and All Ancillary Documents for the Extension of Water Service in Main Street and West Redline Avenue to Property Conveyed to the Department of Veterans Affairs at the Former Naval Air Station at Alameda Point (Community Development 29061822)
Attachments: 1. Exhibit 1 - Easement Alignment, 2. Exhibit 2 - Amended and Restated Partial Assignment, 3. Exhibit 3 - Grant of Easement, 4. Resolution
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Adoption of Resolution Authorizing the Interim City Manager, or Designee, to Execute and Record, By and Between the City of Alameda and East Bay Municipal Utility District, an Amended and Restated Partial Assignment of Non-Exclusive Easement and Grant of Non-Exclusive Easement over Department of the Navy-owned Lands; Grant of Easement over City of Alameda-owned Lands; and Any and All Ancillary Documents for the Extension of Water Service in Main Street and West Redline Avenue to Property Conveyed to the Department of Veterans Affairs at the Former Naval Air Station at Alameda Point (Community Development 29061822)

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To: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

New development in the Northwest Territory Planning Area at Alameda Point requires the construction and installation of new utilities and connections. The Department of Veterans Affairs ("VA") project ("VA Project) is one of three developments planned for the Northwest Territory Planning Area. The second project, to be developed by the City of Alameda ("City"), pending funding, is the Alameda Point Sports Complex, and third, bay trail and open space improvements by the East Bay Regional Parks District ("EBRPD").

Because the VA development will start construction first, the VA intends to construct off-site underground utility connections and lines required to serve the VA Project. These improvements take into account City and EBRPD anticipated utility usages/capacity in the VA Project off-site design requirements. In order for EBMUD to finalize their design for incorporation into the VA Project's off-site facilities package, EBMUD requires new off-site easements to be recorded. These new easements would extend from existing City right-of-way in and along Main Street, with connections through to and along W. Redline Avenue, which has split land ownerships between the City and Department of the Navy ("Navy"), up to the "VA Property." The proposed alignment of the E...

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