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File #: [21-0572]    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Discussion Item Status: Filed
File created: 6/16/2021 In control: Town Council
On agenda: 6/21/2021 Final action: 6/21/2021
Title: Update on Redevelopment of Police Station Property at 828 Martin Luther King, Jr Boulevard.
Attachments: 1. Site Analysis Summary, 2. Staff Presentation
Related files: [21-0499], [21-0596], [21-0769]


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Update on Redevelopment of Police Station Property at 828 Martin Luther King, Jr Boulevard.
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Staff:
Department:
Mary Jane Nirdlinger, Deputy Town Manager
Manager's Office
Laura Selmer, Economic Development Specialist


Overview: This item provides Council with additional information concerning redevelopment of the current police station property located at 828 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. This property presents an opportunity to combine two ongoing efforts in the Town: a site for the Municipal Services Center (MSC) and the remediation and reuse of the current police station property.


Recommendation(s):
That the Council provide feedback on guiding principles; staff will work over the summer to explore redevelopment options and draft an Economic Development Agreement (EDA) framework(s) to return to the Council for future discussion and decision in the fall.

I. Project Background
At the Council Work Session on June 2nd, Council expressed an interest in building the Municipal Services Center at 828 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Council also requested supplemental information about additional site uses and exploring an Economic Development Agreement (EDA) with Belmont Sayre (RFQ Respondent).

The vision for the Municipal Services Center is to co-locate key community services and to support interdepartmental collaboration. The project is also an opportunity to move departments out of facilities that are well past their prime with significant repair costs which will increase with time. The Municipal Services Center program, if located at 828 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, includes new space for:

1. The Police Department
2. The Fire Department Administration & Emergency Management
3. The Parks and Recreation Department
4. Some Technology Solutions Department space
5. Meeting space
6. Parking for the uses in the building

In response to the Council's discussion and questions, Town staff has gathered additional information on key...

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