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Harbor Isle Associates Letter

Harbor Isle Associates Letter

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Ron Cowan Harbor Isle Associates letter on Mif Albright Golf Course Land Swap.
Ron Cowan Harbor Isle Associates letter on Mif Albright Golf Course Land Swap.

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Published by: bayfarm on Oct 05, 2011
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Dear Neighbor:Many people are talking about the City o Alameda’s proposal to build new sportsfelds, renovate our historic gol course, and the associated property transer betweenHarbor Bay Isle Associates and the City o Alameda.Over the many months it will take to consider the City’s proposal or approval,we encourage public input rom Bay Farm Island residents. Inormation or you toconsider includes:
Home and property values on Bay Farm Island will go up
Newly constructed quality homes that are more expensive than existing homes willalways increase property values in surrounding neighborhoods.
New sports elds, gol courses and recreation or Alameda’s youth
Harbor Bay will donate 12 acres o unused land and construction costs or a newall-weather youth sports complex, including felds or soccer, sotball, Little League,ootball – sports the community will choose – which will be maintained inperpetuity at no cost to the City o Alameda. In addition, approving the proposalwill result in a brand new par-3 gol course or juniors and seniors and upgrading andreconfguring Alameda’s historic 36-hole Chuck Corica Gol Complex. 
 Trac fow and saety will be improved and congestion will not increase
The City o Alameda hired Abrams Associates Trafc Engineering, Inc. to conduct atrafc study which concluded the proposal would increase trafc volume by less than1%. The proposal will also und improvements to existing trafc such as installinga new signal on Gol Course Drive, changing the timing o signal lights to aid trafc
fow, and providing saety improvements or pedestrian, bicycle and school route fows.
 The proposal makes good nancial sense to the City o Alameda
In exchange or excess unused gol course land, the City o Alameda will receive:
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12.2 acres o ully improved land on North Loop Road
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$7.2 million in cash
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$2.5 million or upgraded inrastructure to beneft all o Bay Farm Island
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$3 million in prepaid permit ees to the City
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$1 million in prepaid school ees
HARBOR BAY ISLE ASSOCIATES
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1141 HARBOR BAY PARKWAY, SUITE 221
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ALAMEDA, CA 94502
CELEBRATING
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IN ALAMED
 
The Alameda City Council will hold a meeting on October 18 or public discussion o the agreement between the City o Alameda and Harbor Bay Isle Associates regardingthis proposal.Trafc, economic and environmental reports, public meetings, implementation o design standards and other legal requirements will take place over many months.This project cannot move orward without fnal approval o the housing element bythe City Council.The City o Alameda and Harbor Bay Isle Associates are committed to an open andtransparent process and we encourage you to be a part o it. We look orward tohearing all o your ideas, questions and concerns.Sincerely, Tim Hoppen, PresidentHarbor Bay Isle AssociatesP.S.: Please contact us by email at
ino@youthsports4alameda.com
or visit
 youthsports4alameda.com
or regular updates. More inormation will beshared with you as it becomes available.
HARBOR BAY ISLE ASSOCIATES
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1141 HARBOR BAY PARKWAY, SUITE 221
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ALAMEDA, CA 94502
CELEBRATING
 4 
 
 Y  
 ear 
 
IN ALAMED

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