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CONSENT ITEM – 6

DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES (1760)

VARIOUS LOCATIONS
Authority: Chapter 303/95, Item 1760-301-0768(2)

Chapter 303/95, Item 1760-301-0768(4)

Chapter 303/95, Item 1760-301-0768(5)

Chapter 303/95, Item 1760-301-0768(6)

Chapter 303/95, Item 1760-301-0768(13)

Chapter 303/95, Item 1760-301-0768(15)

Chapter 303/95, Item 1760-301-0768(16)

Chapter 303/95, Item 1760-301-0768(25)

Chapter 303/95, Item 1760-301-0768(26)

Chapter 303/95, Item 1760-301-0768(28)

Chapter 303/95, Item 1760-301-0768(29)

Chapter 162/96, Item 1760-301-0768(2)

Chapter 162/96, Item 1760-301-0768(3)

Chapter 162/96, Item 1760-301-0768(4)

Chapter 162/96, Item 1760-301-0768(5)

Chapter 162/96, Item 1760-301-0768(7)

Chapter 162/96, Item 1760-301-0768(12)

Chapter 162/96, Item 1760-301-0768(16)

Chapter 282/97, Item 1760-301-0768(1.5)



a. Approve reversion of project savings $591,000

b. Approve projects closeout

APPROVED:

3/0

CONSENT ITEM



STAFF ANALYSIS ITEM – 6

Department of General Services

Various Locations, Structural Retrofit
Action Requested

This action will approve the reversion of project savings ($590,932) and projects closeout.
Scope Description

This project is within scope. In 1990, the Legislature enacted the Earthquake Safety and Public Buildings Rehabilitation Bond Act (SB 1250, Torres) authorizing $300 million in general obligation bonds of which $250 million was designated for financing the retrofit, reconstruction, repair, replacement or relocation of state buildings” which are determined to be seismically hazardous. The projects listed in Attachment A consisted of a “Structural Only” Retrofit. Architectural/mechanical/ electrical and hazardous material abatement costs were limited to incidental which enabled the structural retrofit. The additional projects listed were for program management and building risk assessment.
Funding and Cost Verification

The projects were not within cost. The Public Works Board has previously approved augmentations on some of the projects listed in Attachment A.

CEQA

The Department of General Services certifies that the projects were in compliance with the requirements of CEQA.

Project Schedule

The project schedule is as follows:
Project Completion: Various (see Attachment A)

Due Diligence Status


Projects were not required to comply with Due Diligence requirements at the time the projects were completed.

Staff Recommendation: Approve reversion of project savings and approve the projects closeout.


CONSENT ITEM



CONSENT ITEM – 7
DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES (1760)

CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL (2720)

SALINAS FIELD OFFICE, 19055 PORTOLA DRIVE, MONTEREY COUNTY

Surplus Parcel Number SSL 482



Authority: Chapter 625/91, Section 2 and as restated in

Chapter 784, Statutes of 1997, Section 9

a. Authorize the sale of state surplus property

APPROVED:

3/0


CONSENT ITEM


STAFF ANALYSIS ITEM – 7

Department of General Services

California Highway Patrol, Salinas Field Office

Action requested

The requested action will authorize the sale of state surplus property consistent with the staff analysis.

Scope Description


This project is within scope. Chapter 625, Statutes of 1991, Section 2 and as restated in Chapter 784, Statutes of 1997, Section 9, authorizes the Director of General Services (DGS),

with the approval of the State Public Works Board, to sell, exchange, or lease, for current market value or for any lesser consideration authorized by law and upon those terms and conditions and subject to those reservations and exceptions as the Director of General Services determines are in the best interest of the state, all or any part of the following real property:

Real property known as the Salinas CHP Field Office, located at 19055 Portola Drive, Monterey County. The California Highway Patrol has determined that the property is no longer needed for its program purposes, and declared it surplus to the agency’s needs in the 1991 Surplus Bill.

Funding and Cost Verification

The costs associated with the sale of the state surplus property, which will be deducted from the gross proceeds of the sale, are administrative staff costs of $38,800. In addition, CHP paid for a tank removal at this site. No future costs have been identified with the approval of this sale.
Project Schedule

The project schedule is as follows:
The anticipated close of escrow is July 2005.
Other
  • Pursuant to Government Code 11011.1 the property was offered to state and local governmental agencies with no expressed interest.


  • The approved appraised value of the property is $980,000 dated December 8, 2004.

  • The property was offered at a seal bid auction on February 23, 2005. There were four offers and the bid was awarded to the highest offer of $1,100,000. Subsequently, the bid was awarded to the buyer in second place at $1,029,000 when the original high bidder declined to pursue the purchase.

  • The net proceeds of any monies received from the disposition are to be deposited in the Motor Vehicle Account pursuant to the 1991 Surplus Bill and because this property was purchased with special funds as described in Article XIX of the Constitution.

  • The state shall retain all mineral deposits below a depth of 500 feet and without surface rights of entry as required by Section 6407 of the Public Resources Code.



Staff Recommendation: Authorize the sale of state surplus property.




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