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File #: 19-8412   
Type: Staff Briefing - Without Ordinance
In control: Audit and Accountability Committee
On agenda: 11/19/2019
Posting Language: Neighborhood Improvements Bond Program - S. San Pedro Affordable Housing Redevelopment Project [Lori Houston, Assistant City Manger; VerĂ³nica R. Soto, Director, Neighborhood and Housing Services Department]
Attachments: 1. Presolicitation - S. San Pedro v2
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TO:                     Erik Walsh, City Manager


FROM:                     Verónica R. Soto, AICP, Director, Neighborhood & Housing Services Department


COPY:                      Audit and Accountability Committee; Ben Gorzell, Jr., CPA, Chief Financial Officer; Kevin Barthold, City Auditor; Troy Elliott, CPA, Deputy Chief Financial Officer; Lori Houston, Assistant City Manager


SUBJECT:                     Pre-Solicitation Briefing for Neighborhood Improvements Bond Program - S. San Pedro Affordable Housing Redevelopment Project


DATE:                     November 19, 2019


Neighborhood and Housing Services Department will present a pre-solicitation briefing on the Neighborhood Improvement Bond Program S. San Pedro Affordable Housing Redevelopment Project which was included in the Biannual High Profile Report. This briefing will allow an opportunity for input from Committee members.


This pre-solicitation briefing will cover estimated contract value, projected timeline, high profile designation, scope of the project, terms of the contract, proposed scoring criteria, evaluation committee members, project considerations, local preference program applicability, veteran owned small business preference program applicability and SBEDA Program requirements.


Neighborhood and Housing Services Department is seeking to contract with a developer to construct an affordable/Workforce Housing development consistent with the voter-approved 2017-2022 Neighborhood Improvements Bond Program in accordance with the City Council-approved Urban Renewal Plan and Chapter 374 of the Urban Renewal Statute.  Development and subsidy will be in accordance with the Urban Renewal Plan which mandates that a minimum of half of the units must be affordable to families making 80% of the Area Median Income (AMI), but will strongly incentivize through the scoring criteria that all units be affordable to families at or below 60% AMI.