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File #: 14-0573    Version: 1 Name: 4/07/2014 Res to Amend R-14-098
Type: Resolution Status: Defeated
File created: 4/3/2014 In control: City Council
On agenda: 4/7/2014 Final action: 4/7/2014
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Resolution to Amend Resolution R-14-098 Directing the City Administrator to List for Sale 319 South Fifth and Retain Real Estate Brokerage Services
Sponsors: Mike Anglin, Jack Eaton, Sabra Briere
Title
Resolution to Amend Resolution R-14-098 Directing the City Administrator to List for Sale 319 South Fifth and Retain Real Estate Brokerage Services
Staff
Sponsors:  Council members Anglin, Eaton and Briere
Body
Whereas, City Council approved Resolution R-14-098 on March 17, 2014, directing the City Administrator to list for sale the City-owned property located at 319 South Fifth, with all offers to be presented to City Council; and
 
Whereas, The City Administrator was directed to provide City Council with a progress report on the listing's status within thirty days of the adoption of Resolution R-14-098;
 
RESOLVED, That Resolution R-14-098 Directing the City Administrator to List for Sale 319 South Fifth and Retain Estate Brokerage Services be amended to direct the City Administrator to require that retention of brokerage services be delayed  and listing not occur until adequate public process has taken place to explore public uses for the entire property;
 
RESOLVED, That the City Administrator structure the public process to allow citizens an opportunity to bring forward and discuss any and all appropriate public uses for this City-owned property, including its use, in its entirety, as a park or plaza;
 
RESOLVED, That City Administrator schedule a public hearing as part of the public process for citizen input on public uses for the property;
 
RESOLVED, That City Administrator provide City Council with a report on the public process at its completion; and
 
RESOLVED, On completion of the required public process, the City Administrator be directed to seek further direction from City Council as to whether the property should be listed or to continue to develop a wholly public or mixed public/private plan for its use.