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File #: 22-1026    Version: 1 Name: 7/5/22 330 Detroit/312 N Fifth Brownfield Plan
Type: Resolution/Public Hearing Status: Passed
File created: 7/5/2022 In control: City Council
On agenda: 7/5/2022 Final action: 7/5/2022
Enactment date: 7/5/2022 Enactment #: R-22-227
Title: Resolution to Approve the 303 North Fifth and 312-314 Detroit Redevelopment Brownfield Plan (BRC Recommendation: Approval - 3 Yeas and 0 Nays)
Attachments: 1. 032122 303 N Fifth 312-314 Detroit Brownfield Plan.pdf, 2. 303 N Fifth Brownfield Review Committee Staff Report 6-2-22.pdf
Related files: 21-1934, 22-0895
Title
Resolution to Approve the 303 North Fifth and 312-314 Detroit Redevelopment Brownfield Plan (BRC Recommendation: Approval - 3 Yeas and 0 Nays)
Memorandum
The proposed resolution would approve the 303 North Fifth and 312-314 Detroit Redevelopment Brownfield Plan. Approval of this resolution will allow the Brownfield Plan to advance to the Washtenaw County Brownfield Redevelopment Authority and Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners, to authorize Tax Increment Financing (TIF) to reimburse the developer and City of Ann Arbor for eligible activities, support of the Local Site Remediation Revolving Fund (LSRRF), and administrative support to the Washtenaw County Brownfield Redevelopment Authority.

The Brownfield Review Committee, at its meeting of June 2, 2022, reviewed the Brownfield Plan, and accepted staff recommendation that the proposed plan is consistent with the City's adopted Brownfield Redevelopment Policy.

The Brownfield Review Committee emphasized the importance of frequent collaboration and communication with surrounding businesses and the farmer's market to minimize adverse impacts during construction to the greatest extent possible.

The attached Brownfield Plan dated March 21, 2022, incorporates all the recommended modification by staff and period of capture. The proposed Brownfield Plan identifies:

* The site is eligible for brownfield assistance through its designation as a "facility" as defined by the State of Michigan, particularly for the presence of Arsenic, barium, lead, mercury, selenium, and zinc at levels greater than State-established criteria. The site was historically used as residential, drive-through convenience store, restaurants, and gas station.
* The Brownfield Plan would reimburse the developer for environmental-related activities totaling $2,674,011 including: Environmental Due Diligence, Hazardous Material Assessment and Abatement of existing buildings; Underground Storage Tank removal, soil removal, soil characteriz...

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