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File #: [22-0172]    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Discussion Item Status: Filed
File created: 2/25/2022 In control: Town Council
On agenda: 3/2/2022 Final action: 3/2/2022
Title: Discuss Redevelopment of the Police Station Property at 828 Martin Luther King Jr., Boulevard.
Attachments: 1. Presentation from Poyner Spruill, 2. Business Street Site Market Analysis, 3. Fact Sheet, 4. SELC Response Letter 2-22-22, 5. Staff Presentation, 6. Council Questions with Staff Response
Related files: [21-0572], [21-0499], [22-0063], [21-0596], [21-0769], [22-0085], [22-0352]

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Discuss Redevelopment of the Police Station Property at 828 Martin Luther King Jr., Boulevard.

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Staff:

Department:

Laura Selmer, Economic Development Manager

Economic Development

 

Overview: The purpose of this item is to provide Council an opportunity to review the NC Brownfields Program, project approach, and continued discussion of key issues related to a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Belmont-Sayre development team (Belmont) for the redevelopment of the police station property. This property presents an opportunity to combine two ongoing efforts: a site for the Municipal Services Center (MSC); and the remediation and reuse of the current police station property.

 

Decision Points:

                     Consider Memorandum of Understanding with Belmont-Sayre development team for redevelopment of the 828 MLK site.

 

Key Issues:

                     Review site background information and the NC brownfields program.

                     Discuss project approach.

                     Discuss Memorandum of Understanding and project timeline.

 

Where is this item in its process?

 

Attachments:

 

Presentation from Poyner Spruill

 

Business Street Site Market Analysis

 

Fact Sheet

 

SELC Response Letter 2-22-22

 

 

The Agenda will reflect the text below and/or the motion text will be used during the meeting.

 

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PRESENTER:  Laura Selmer, Economic Development Manager

Keith Johnson, Attorney, Poyner Spruill

 

The purpose of this item is to provide Council an opportunity to review the NC Brownfields Program, project approach, and continued discussion of key issues related to a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Belmont-Sayre development team (Belmont) for the redevelopment of the police station property.