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File #: 19-4127   
Type: Real Property Lease
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 8/8/2019
Posting Language: Ordinance extending the lease with Bar-Paso Partners, LP for the District 2 Senior Center located at 1751 S. W.W. White Road for a term ending September 30, 2024 with an annual lease rate during the five-year term of $204,999.96. Funding for the remaining portion of FY 2019 in the amount of $51,249.99 is available in the Department of Human Services General Fund FY 2019 Adopted Budget and funding for future years will be subject to annual appropriations during the annual budget process. [Lori Houston, Assistant City Manager; John Jacks, Director, Center City Development and Operations]
Attachments: 1. 1st Ext-D2 Senior Center-1751 S WW White 101-102_05102019 LL SIGNED, 2. 1751 FY19 Fiscal Impact Form, 3. 1751 WW White Area Map, 4. Ordinance 2019-08-08-0593
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DEPARTMENT: Center City Development & Operations


DEPARTMENT HEAD: John Jacks


COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: 2


SUBJECT:

District 2 Multi-Service Senior Center Lease Extension


SUMMARY:

An ordinance authorizing an extension to the lease for a five year period between the City of San Antonio and Bar Paso Partners, L.P., for the continued use of the property as a Multi-Service Senior Center located at 1751 South W.W. White Road in District 2 commencing July 1, 2019 through September 30, 2024.

The annual lease rate during the five-year term will be $204,999.96, which is a decrease of $4,861.44 annually. Funding for the remaining portion of FY 2019, in the amount of $51,249.99 is available in the Department of Human Services General Fund FY 2019 Adopted Budget. Funding for future years will be subject to annual appropriations as part of the annual budget process.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

The City is committed to providing San Antonio seniors comprehensive services that enhance their social, psychological, and physiological well-being. As part of this commitment, the City offers a variety of services through a variety of facilities to accommodate senior citizens, ages 60 and older. Since 2007, the 1751 South W.W. White location has provided services to seniors including conducting various types of instruction, providing recreational and exercise activities, wellness activities specifically tailored for this aging population and meals on a daily basis during the week.

City staff through this ordinance action seeks to preserve the ability to continue to provide senior services in Council District 2 at the existing location.


ISSUE:

The existing lease will expire September 30, 2019; however the City may exercise its right to renew the lease for an additional five years. The annual rental rate during the five-year term will be $204,999.96 with the option to terminate the lease at any time. This is a $4,861.44 annual decrease. The FY 2019 Adopted Bu...

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