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File #: 22-863    Version: 1
Type: Report Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 9/7/2022 In control: REGULAR CITY COUNCIL AND SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, AND HOUSING AUTHORITY*
On agenda: 10/4/2022 Final action:
Title: SCOPE OF WORK FOR AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA AND THE CITY OF COSTA MESA, PROVIDING FOR $3.5 MILLION IN STATE FUNDS TO THE CITY FOR COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND LAND USE PLANNING EFFORTS FOR THE FAIRVIEW DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER SITE
Attachments: 1. Agenda Report, 2. 1. Scope of Work for an Agreement with the State of California, 3. 2. Standard Agreement with the State.pdf
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TITLE:
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SCOPE OF WORK FOR AN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA AND THE CITY OF COSTA MESA, PROVIDING FOR $3.5 MILLION IN STATE FUNDS TO THE CITY FOR COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND LAND USE PLANNING EFFORTS FOR THE FAIRVIEW DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER SITE
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DEPARTMENT: ECONOMIC AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT/PLANNING DIVISION
PRESENTED BY: JENNIFER LE, DIRECTOR OF ECONOMIC AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
CONTACT INFORMATION: JENNIFER LE, DIRECTOR OF ECONOMIC AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES, (714) 754-5617
RECOMMENDATION:
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Staff recommends the City Council:
1. Approve the scope of work and related exhibits for an Agreement with the State of California to fund planning services relating to the Fairview Developmental Center, in a form of standard agreement to be approved by the City Attorney.

2. Authorize the City Manager and the City Clerk to execute any and all documents necessary for this Agreement.

3. Authorize revenue and expense appropriations in the amount of $3.5 million respectively, for the Agreement between the City of Costa Mesa and the State of California.
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BACKGROUND:
The Fairview Developmental Center (FDC) site is a 109-acre property owned by the State of California located at 2501 Harbor in the City of Costa Mesa. The site was developed and previously operated by the State as a residence for developmentally disabled persons, but is now largely vacant. The site has been the subject of discussion between various agencies over the years as to its future potential use and disposition.
In 2020, the City Council created an Ad Hoc Committee to advise staff on matters related to the FDC and present recommendations to the City Council as needed. In 2020, the Council identified a vision statement for FDC that included support for 1,500 mixed use/mixed income housing units at the site, including workforce, veterans, and permanent supportive housing. The Council directed staff to continue to coordinate with the State with the goal of maint...

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