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MINUTES OF THE
CITY OF SAN RAMON – REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
Auust 13, 2013

A regular meeting of the Successor Agency of the City of San Ramon was held on August 13, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. in the City Council Chamber at City Hall, 2222 Camino Ramon, Chair Clarkson presiding. 
PRESENT:  Agency Members Hudson, Livingstone (late), O’Loane, Perkins, and Chair Clarkson.
STAFF PRESENT:  City Manager Greg Rogers, Interim City Attorney Bob Saxe, Special Projects Manager Patricia Perry, and Agency Secretary Patricia Edwards.

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PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Vice Chair Hudson led those present in the pledge of allegiance.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

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PUBLIC COMMENT

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APPROVAL OF MINUTES

(#5.1) Minutes of the June 25, 2013 regular meeting.

Mbr. Perkins’ motion to adopt the June 25, 2013 regular Successor Agency minutes was seconded by Mbr. O’Loane and passed 3-0-1(Livingstone)-1(Hudson).

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CONSENT CALENDAR

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UNFINISHED BUSINESS

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NEW BUSINESS

(#8.1) Resolution No. SA 2013-007 – Approving the Long Range Property Management Plan [§34191.5] for the Property Located at 10 Boardwalk Place, San Ramon, CA and Including Governmental Purpose Properties in the Long Range Property Management Plan [§34191.5(2)].

To avoid a conflict of interest, Chair Clarkson recused himself because he sold property near the Mudd’s parcel.  Vice Chair Hudson continued the meeting.  Special Projects Manager Patricia Perry presented the report.  The Successor Agency (SA) is required to submit a Long Range Property Management Plan (LRPMP) to address the disposition and use of real properties of the former Redevelopment Agency for approval by the Oversight Board.  The property located at 10 Boardwalk Place in San Ramon was acquired for the purposes of the Redevelopment Plan on December 5, 2008.  At the time of purchase, the appraised value was $2.2 million and was based only on the land’s value.  The LRPMP seeks to sell the property and distribute the net proceeds from the sale minus any legal, consultant, commission, or other costs associated with the sale, as property tax revenue to the taxing entities.  Resolution OB No. 2013-002, adopted by the Oversight Board on February 12, 2013, acknowledged that certain real properties currently held by the SA are governmental purpose properties and the SA should transfer these properties to the City.  Each of the seven governmental purpose properties was acquired by and title taken in the name of the Redevelopment Agency as an interim measure pending the transfer of title and acceptance by the City for public purposes as parkland, open space, and public facilities.  Following approval by the Oversight Board, the SA will submit the Resolution with the LRPMP and property maps; the Department of Finance’s Finding of Completion Notice; and the LRPMP Checklist to the Department of Finance.

Mbr. Perkins’ motion to adopt Resolution No. SA 2013-007 was seconded by Mbr. Livingstone and passed 4-0-0-1.  Chair Clarkson recused himself from the vote.

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PUBLIC COMMENT

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ADJOURNMENT

At 5:37 p.m., there being no further business, Vice Chair Hudson adjourned the meeting.

Bill Clarkson, Chair
Patricia Edwards, Agency Secretary

Approved at the September 10, 2013 Successor Agency meeting 5-0.

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