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File #: 18-0707    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 4/23/2018 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 5/8/2018 Final action: 5/8/2018
Title: Chief Administrative Office, Facilities Division, recommending the Board: 1) Find that the real property located at 515 Main Street (APN 002-151-02-100 002-151-18-100) and 525 Main Street (APN 002-151-03-100) is not required for public use, and 2) Declare the property as surplus and direct staff to begin the process of sale or disposition of the property. FUNDING: N/A
Related files: 20-0544, 21-0330, 21-0143, 21-0628
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Chief Administrative Office, Facilities Division, recommending the Board:
1) Find that the real property located at 515 Main Street (APN 002-151-02-100 002-151-18-100) and 525 Main Street (APN 002-151-03-100) is not required for public use, and
2) Declare the property as surplus and direct staff to begin the process of sale or disposition of the property.

FUNDING: N/A
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DEPARTMENT RECOMMENDATION
Chief Administrative Office, Facilities Division, recommending the Board:
1) Find that the real property located at 515 Main Street (APN 002-151-02-100) and 525 Main Street (APN 002-151-03-100) is not required for public use, and
2) Declare the property as surplus and direct staff to begin the process of sale or disposition of the property.

DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
In December 2017, the County relocated the District Attorney out of the buildings at 515 and 525 Main Street. The buildings were too small for the District Attorney's operations and deemed to be at end of life. Currently the buildings are vacant and the County does not have any additional use for the buildings.

There are many statutes that govern the disposition of County surplus real property. The first step is for the Board of Supervisors to designate the property as surplus. After the property has been designated as surplus, the following steps must be taken:

1) Compile certain basic information about the property such as building size, acreage, zoning and a legal description
2) Determine the property value
3) Complete a CEQA evaluation
4) Compile and send mandatory notices of a written offer to sell to various government agencies whose jurisdiction the surplus property is located (ie. cities, housing authority, school districts, etc)
5) Complete a 60 day response period
6) If a notice of interest is received from an eligible entity, begin good faith negotiations for at least 90 days after receipt of notice from interested buyer.
7) If no offers received, or negotiations are not successfu...

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