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File #: 18-619    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Item Status: Passed
File created: 11/26/2018 In control: City Council/Public Finance and Economic Development Authority/Parking Authority
On agenda: 12/3/2018 Final action: 12/3/2018
Title: SUBJECT: Authorization to Alternatively Pursue a Purchase and Sale Agreement with Valley Children's Healthcare Regarding the Former Police Station Site REPORT IN BRIEF Staff is requesting Council authority to negotiate a purchase and sale agreement with Valley Children's Healthcare rather than an exclusive negotiation agreement. RECOMMENDATION City Council - Adopt a motion authorizing staff to negotiate a purchase and sale agreement with Valley Children's Healthcare rather than an exclusive negotiation agreement for the former Police Headquarters site; and directing staff to return the purchase and sale agreement to the City Council for consideration.
Attachments: 1. Admin Report Excerpt 10-15-18
Report Prepared by: Frank Quintero, Director of Economic Development

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SUBJECT: Authorization to Alternatively Pursue a Purchase and Sale Agreement with Valley Children's Healthcare Regarding the Former Police Station Site

REPORT IN BRIEF
Staff is requesting Council authority to negotiate a purchase and sale agreement with Valley Children's Healthcare rather than an exclusive negotiation agreement.

RECOMMENDATION
City Council - Adopt a motion authorizing staff to negotiate a purchase and sale agreement with Valley Children's Healthcare rather than an exclusive negotiation agreement for the former Police Headquarters site; and directing staff to return the purchase and sale agreement to the City Council for consideration.

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ALTERNATIVES
1. Approve as recommended by staff; or
2. Direct staff to pursue only an exclusive negotiation agreement with Valley Children's Healthcare as authorized on October 15, 2018; or,
3. Approve, subject to conditions as specified by the City Council; or,
4. Deny the request; or,
5. Refer back to staff for reconsideration of specific items as requested by the Council; or
6. Defer action until a specified date

AUTHORITY
Charter of the City of Merced, Section 200. Merced Municipal Code section 13.38.040.

CITY COUNCIL PRIORITIES
City of Merced Adopted Budget Fiscal Year 2018-2019, Section 10 - Public Safety, Police, Police Headquarters - "In accordance with Council Goals & Priorities concerning Future Planning, the Merced Police Department will continue to work closely with City staff to compose an accurate needs assessment and ideas for possible funding
options for the construction of a new Police Headquarters."

DISCUSSION
On October 15, 2018, the City Council awarded the Former Police Headquarters Site Development Opportunity to Valley Children's Healthcare (VCH) for the construction of a 40,000 square-foot medical center. Council also authorized staff to pursue an Exclusive Negotiation Agreement with VCH.

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