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May 6, 2013 Thomas Himler, Deputy CAO for Budget, Finance and Administration Office of the County Executive County Administration Building, 5th Floor Upper Marlboro, Maryland 20772 The Honorable Vernon Archer, Mayor Town of Riverdale Park 5008 Queensbury Road Riverdale, Maryland 20737 The Honorable John Tabori, Mayor Town of University Park 6724 Baltimore Avenue University Park, Maryland 20782 Re: Cafritz Property Development-CSX Crossing Dear Messrs. Himler, Archer and Tabori: As you are aware, there is currently pending Preliminary Plan of Subdivision application No. 4-13002 before the Prince George’s County Planning Board. Part of required transportation infrastructure involves the construction of a crossing over the CSX tracks, which crossing is proposed consistent with the “J.3.300” option contained in the April 26, 2013 email communication (Exhibit 1) provided on behalf of the University of Maryland. A professional cost estimate1 has been prepared by Loiederman Soltesz Associates (Exhibit 2), with review by the Prince George’s County Department of Public Works and Transportation (“DPW&T”). The estimated cost to construct such a crossing is approximately $11,023,212, which estimate included a cost escalation contingency of 25%. The DPW&T review increased the costs for various factors including inspection, testing, permit fees and the cost escalation contingency which amounts increased the estimate by $3,273,686. Based on actual construction estimates that have been received for the potential crossing locations, it is anticipated that the actual cost of construction will be lower than the LSA estimate, and the true cost will not be determined until the particulars of the crossing, to include its precise location, have been determined. The above cost does not include right of way acquisition cost, which could be as high as $3,200,000 as estimated by the University of Maryland, to be premised on impacted land of approximately 3.2 acres and a previous land appraisal that
The estimate was done on a version referred to as the “J.2.300” option, which is a slight shift in the current “J.3.300” option, but is within the cost contingency contained within the estimate.
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estimated the land value as high as $1,000,000 per acre. Collectively, these are the “Total Cost” and thus provide a range of $14,223,212 to $17,496,689 for the crossing—said range still representing the higher end of the scale for the Total Cost. Condition No. 25 (b) of Zoning Map Amendment A-10018 (the “Zoning Approval”) requires the Applicant, prior to Planning Board approval of the Preliminary Plan of Subdivision, “[e]stablish a funding mechanism using a combination of public and private funds…” for the amount of the crossing. We therefore proffer the following as our funding mechanism based on the above mentioned estimate: Private Funds Fifty Percent (50%) of the Total Cost, not to exceed the amount of $5,000,000.00 by the Developer. Tax increment revenues resulting from the creation of a development (TIF) district created by the Town of Riverdale Park to finance an amount not to exceed one-third (1/3) of the Total Cost, excluding the Developer’s contribution.2 Up to up to two-thirds (2/3) of the Total Cost, excluding the Developer’s contribution, by other Federal, State or Local funding and/or special tax revenues to finance improvements resulting from a Prince George’s County special taxing district petitioned for by the Developer.3

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Additionally, the DPW&T, at the Town of Riverdale Park’s request, will oversee the review and permitting of the streets within the proposed development, including the crossing (Exhibit 6). As such, Section 23-116 of the County Code requires that no permit be issued “…until the applicant, as principal, has posted a performance bond in favor of Prince George's County to ensure the satisfactory performance and completion of all work covered by the permit; and/or, where applicable, a payment bond to ensure timely payment to the County, subcontractors, and/or suppliers for work performed under the permit”. Pursuant to Condition No. 26 (b) of the Zoning Approval, prior to the issuance of building permits for more than 100,000 square feet of commercial space and more than 120 residential dwelling unit permits, the Applicant shall have received all necessary permits and approvals for construction of the crossing and shall have provided the DPW&T all approved financial assurance and performance security to ensure completion of construction of the CSX crossing, and will therefore post any required performance bonds for the construction of the crossing at that time. The permit approved for construction will include a timeframe which must be verified by the DPW&T. It is anticipated that construction on the crossing will commence in May 2014, and we estimate construction will be completed in approximately 16 months, which would provide a completion date in August 2015. The
Town of Riverdale Park adopted Resolution No. 2013-R-11 on April 1, 2013 (Exhibit 3), said resolution authorizing the creation of a Tax Increment Financing District (“Calvert Tract Development District”) within the Town of Riverdale Park. A petition (Exhibit 4) has been submitted by the Applicant requesting the authorization of the special tax district, which request is embodied in Council Resolution 28-2013 (Exhibit 5), scheduled for public hearing on May 14, 2013.
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Zoning Approval requires the crossing to be open prior to issuance of the 383rd residential permit, and the Preliminary Plan must conform to this condition. Collectively, the information herein addresses the requirements of Condition No. 25 (b) of the Zoning Approval. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Sincerely,

Andre J. Gingles, Esq. Attachments (Exhibits 1-6) cc: Lawrence Taub, Esquire Whitney Chellis, M-NCPPC Quynn Nguyen, M-NCPPC Susan Lareuse, M-NCPPC

EXHIBIT 1

Andre J. Gingles
From: Sent:. To: Ed Maginnis <maginnis@umd.edu> Friday, April 26, 2013 6:02 PM tmaloney@jgllaw.com; dmglaros@co.pg.md.us; dsiannucci@co.pg.md.us; bwfrome@co.pg.md.us; varcher@gmaii.com; varcher@riverdaleparkmd.gov; akthompson@riverdaleparkmd.gov; jebbler@riverdaleparkmd.gov; * afellows@collegeparkmd.gov; mayor@upmd.org; mtartaro@hyattsville.org; Andre J. Gingles; Larry Taub (ltaub@omng.com); Jim Soltesz, P.E.; Tim Davis, RLA, AlCP; fern.piret@ppd.mncppc.org William Joyce; Irene Redmiles; Robert M. Specter Cafritz: University of Maryland Support for J Crossing CSX Crossing J-3.300.pdf; maginnis.vcf

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All: It has come to the University's attention that there might be some confusion about what is meant by the term "J Crossing" and the University's support for such a crossing, connecting the Cafritz Project to River Road through University of Maryland property. The Universitysupportsthat crossing of the CSX tracks as shown on the plan attached to this email and identified as Option J.3.300. The University intends to send a letter to the Planning Board supporting this alignment. For precision, Option J.3.300 should be referred to when using the shorthand phrase "J Crossing." Ed Maginnis University Counsel

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PETITION TO CREATE CALVERT TRACT SPECIAL TAXING DISTRICT Dated: April 19, 2013 The Honorable Rushern L. Baker, III County Executive 14741 Governor Oden Bowie Drive, Suite 5032 Upper Marlboro, Maryland 20772 The County Council of Prince George’s County 14741 Governor Oden Bowie Drive Upper Marlboro, Maryland 20772 This is a petition requesting the creation of a “special taxing district” as that term is used in Section 10-269 of the Prince George’s County Code, as amended (2003 Edition, 2007 Supplement), and as that term is used in Section 9-1301 of Article 24 of the Annotated Code of Maryland, as amended (2011 Replacement Volume) (collectively, the “Act”) within the Town of Riverdale Park, Maryland, and other action. 1. Petitioner. This petition is submitted by Calvert Tract LLC (“Petitioner”), as the sole owner of the parcels of land generally described in Exhibit A attached hereto (the “Property”). By submitting this petition, Petitioner warrants to Prince George’s County, Maryland (the “County”) that it is authorized to execute the petition as the sole owner of the Property. 2. Ownership of Property. Petitioner warrants to the County that it is the sole owner of the property within the proposed boundaries of the special taxing district and the sole owner of property with at least two-thirds of the assessed value of the real property within the proposed boundaries of the special taxing district, determined as prescribed by the Act. 3. Proceedings Requested. Petitioner and its successors and assigns requests that the County Council undertake proceedings under the Act to create a special taxing district to be designated the “Calvert Tract Special Taxing District” (the “District”), to levy special taxes in the District, to issue special obligation bonds or special obligation refunding bonds and to establish a special fund with respect to the District pursuant to the Act to finance or refinance all or a portion of the public infrastructure improvements more particularly described in Exhibit B attached hereto. Petitioner further requests that the County undertake proceedings under the Act to adopt from time to time any and all such ordinances, resolutions, executive orders and other actions under the Act as may be needed or necessary to issue special obligation bonds from time to time in one or more series pursuant to the Act (including, without limitation, bonds to finance or refinance the completion of the improvements described herein and refunding bonds). 4. Boundaries of the District. The territory to be included in the boundaries of the District consists of the property listed in Exhibit A of this petition and all adjoining roads, highways, alleys, rights of way and other similar property as shown on the map submitted to the

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County Council together with this petition as Exhibit C. Petitioner requests that provisions be included in the proceedings undertaken by the County Council referenced in paragraph 3 above to permit modifications to such boundaries prior to the issuance of the special obligation bonds also referenced in paragraph 3 above. 5. Purpose of the District. The purpose of the District and the special taxes to be levied by the County shall be to finance public infrastructure improvements related to the development of retail, commercial, residential and office facilities within the District including, but not limited to, a crossing over the CSX railroad tracks adjacent to the Property. 6. Consent to Formation of District. On April 1, 2013 the Council of the Town of Riverdale Park, Maryland adopted a resolution approving the designation and creation of the District, as required by the Act. [REMAINDER OF PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK]

EXHIBIT A PROPERTIES INCLUDED IN THE CALVERT TRACT SPECIAL TAXING DISTRICT

The proposed special taxing district will be comprised of portions of the tax parcels identified by account numbers 2128106, 2128072 and 2128080, as shown on the map in Exhibit C.

EXHIBIT B DESCRIPTION OF THE PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS The specific public improvements for which financing is requested include, without limitation:   Acquisition of property and rights of way; Demolition and clearing associated with preparing the site to construct a crossing over the CSX railroad adjacent to the Property (the “CSX Crossing”); Utilities, including the relocation of existing utilities associated with the construction of the CSX Crossing; Construction of the east and west approach to the CSX Crossing, including grading, retaining walls, subgrade and paving, lighting, signage and marking; Construction of the CSX Crossing; Road improvements, including roads to and from the Property; Landscaping and reforestation associated with the improvements; Project design, engineering and other soft project costs; and Related infrastructure improvements within the District as may be authorized by the Act.

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DR-1 COUNTY COUNCIL OF PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND 2013 Legislative Session Resolution No. Proposed by Introduced by Co-Sponsors Date of Introduction April 23, 2013 RESOLUTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 A RESOLUTION concerning Calvert Tract Special Taxing District For the purpose of designating an area within Prince George’s County, Maryland as a “special taxing district” as that term is used in Section 10-269 of the Prince George’s County Code, as amended, and as that term is used in Section 9-1301 of Article 24 of the Annotated Code of Maryland, as amended, (collectively, the “Act”), such special taxing district to be located in the Town of Riverdale Park, Maryland and to be known as the “Calvert Tract Special Taxing District;” providing for, and determining, various matters in connection with the establishment of a special taxing district, creating a special fund with respect to the special taxing district; providing for the introduction of a future ordinance or ordinances to provide for the levy of a special tax in connection with such special taxing district; pledging proceeds of such special tax to be paid over to the special fund as provided in the Act; making certain findings and determinations with respect to the special fund and the use of such fund; providing that special obligation bonds may be issued from time to time pursuant to an ordinance or ordinances enacted in accordance with the Act and secured by the special fund; and generally relating to the Calvert Tract Special Taxing District. WHEREAS, Section 10-269 of the Prince George’s County Code, as amended, and Section 9-1301 of Article 24 of the Annotated Code of Maryland, as amended, (collectively, the “Act”), constitute those provisions of Maryland law authorizing Prince George’s County, Maryland (the “County”) to establish a “special taxing district” (as that term is used under the Act) and a special fund into which the Special Tax (hereinafter defined) for the Special Taxing District (hereinafter defined) is deposited; and CR-28-2013 The Chair (by request – County Executive) Council Member Harrison

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CR-28-2013 (DR-1) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 WHEREAS, Calvert Tract LLC, a Maryland limited liability company (the “Owner”) is the owner of at least two-thirds of the assessed valuation of the real property located within the Special Taxing District and at least two-thirds of the owners of the real property located within the Special Taxing District and has petitioned the County to designate and create the Special Taxing District within the Town of Riverdale Park, Maryland as more specifically provided within such petition; and WHEREAS, the Owner plans to construct a mixed use development including retail, commercial, residential and office facilities, including, but not limited to, a crossing over the CSX railroad tracks adjacent to the Special Taxing District; and WHEREAS, such development will further economic development within the County and thus meet the public purposes contemplated by the Act; and WHEREAS, the Owner has requested that the County issue its special obligation bonds in one or more issues or series to finance infrastructure improvements within or adjacent to the Special Taxing District, as permitted by the Act; and WHEREAS, the Act authorizes the County to issue special obligation bonds from time to time for the purpose of providing funds to be used to fulfill one or more of the purposes of said Act; and WHEREAS, the County will consider the introduction of an ordinance or ordinances to, among other things, provide for the levy of a special tax on the real property within the Special Taxing District, and provide that the County will apply the revenues of the Special Tax and the proceeds of any special obligation bonds authorized by the ordinance or ordinances and issued under the Act to fund a portion of the costs of the infrastructure improvements; and WHEREAS, if the County issues its special obligation bonds upon enactment of an ordinance or ordinances such ordinance or ordinances will provide that the special obligation bonds shall be secured by a pledge of the Special Tax, as more specifically provided for herein. WHEREAS, on April 1, 2013 the Council of the Town of Riverdale Park, Maryland adopted a resolution approving the designation and creation of the Special Taxing District, as required by the Act; and SECTION 1. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the County Council of Prince George's County, Maryland, that for the purposes of this Resolution, the terms defined in the recitals shall have the meanings therein set forth and, in addition, the following terms shall have

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CR-28-2013 (DR-1) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 the meanings set forth below: (1) “Bonds” means special obligation bonds, revenue bonds, notes, or other similar instruments issued by the County pursuant to and in accordance with this Resolution and the Act. (2) “Special Tax” means the special taxes levied and imposed by the County on the real property within the Special Taxing District pursuant to the Act. (3) “Special Taxing District” means the area within the County designated in Section 3 of this Resolution as a special taxing district under the Act. (4) “Special Taxing District Fund” means the special taxing district fund established in Section 5 of this Resolution. SECTION 2. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that acting pursuant to the Act, it is hereby found and determined that the establishment of the Special Taxing District, the creation of the Special Taxing District Fund and the issuance of Bonds from time to time pursuant to the Act, all for the purpose of providing funds to finance the costs of certain infrastructure improvements within or adjacent to the Special Taxing District accomplishes the public purposes of the Act and generally promotes the health, welfare and safety of the residents of the State of Maryland and of the County. SECTION 3. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that an area of the Town of Riverdale Park, Maryland and the County consisting of the property set forth below is hereby designated as a “Special Taxing District” (to be known as the “Calvert Tract Special Taxing District”) pursuant to Section 10-269(e) of the Prince George’s County Code, as amended, and Section 9-1301(f) of Article 24 of the Annotated Code of Maryland, as amended. The Special Taxing District shall consist of property described in Exhibit A to this Resolution and as depicted in the map attached hereto as Exhibit B and all adjoining roads, highways, alleys, rights of way, parks and other similar property. The boundaries of the Special Taxing District may be modified prior to and after the issuance of the Bonds as provided in Section 4 of this Resolution. SECTION 4. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that prior to the issuance of the Bonds, the County Executive may, by executive order, reduce or enlarge the boundaries of the Special Taxing District by not more than two acres. After the issuance of the Bonds, the County Executive, by executive order, may enlarge the boundaries of the Special Taxing District but may not reduce the size of the Special Taxing District so long as there are any Bonds outstanding pursuant to the Act and this Resolution, unless the ordinance with respect to such Bonds permits

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CR-28-2013 (DR-1) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 the County to reduce the area constituting the Special Taxing District or the holders of the Bonds or a representative on their behalf consents to any such reduction. SECTION 5. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that there is hereby established a “special fund” within the meaning of the Act to be designated the “Calvert Tract Special Taxing District Fund” with respect to the Special Taxing District. The taxes derived from the levy of the Special Tax on real property within the Special Taxing District, once such Special Tax is levied and collected, shall be paid over to the Special Taxing District Fund pursuant to Section 91301(f)(2)(ii) of Article 24 of the Annotated Code of Maryland, as amended, and Section 10269(e)(2)(B) of the Prince George’s County Code, as amended. The County Executive, the Chief Administrative Officer, the Financial Officer, and other officers and employees of the County, to the extent applicable, are hereby authorized to take all necessary steps in order to establish a separate fund to be held by the County. SECTION 6. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Bonds may be issued from time to time pursuant to an ordinance or ordinances enacted in accordance with the Act for the purpose of providing funds for the financing of infrastructure improvements within or adjacent to the Special Taxing District. Such ordinance or ordinances shall specify, in general detail, the proposed undertaking to be financed with the proceeds of the Bonds and shall otherwise conform to the requirements of the Act and this Resolution. SECTION 7. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that prior to the issuance of any Bonds pursuant to the ordinance or ordinances referred to in Section 6, the County shall provide for the levy and imposition of the Special Tax upon all real property within the Special Taxing District, unless exempted by law or the provisions hereof, at a rate or amount designed to provide adequate revenues to pay the principal of, interest on, and redemption premium, if any, on the Bonds, to replenish any debt service reserve fund, to pay the County's administrative expenses related to the issuance of the Bonds and the creation of the Special Taxing District and for any other purpose related to the ongoing expenses of or security for the Bonds. The Special Tax also may be levied with respect to refunding bonds issued under the Act pursuant to the provisions of an ordinance or resolution enacted or adopted by the County in connection with the issuance of such refunding bonds. SECTION 8. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the provisions of this Resolution are severable, and if any provision, sentence, clause, section or part hereof is held or determined to

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CR-28-2013 (DR-1) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 be illegal, invalid or unconstitutional or inapplicable to any person or circumstances, such illegality, invalidity or unconstitutionality or inapplicability shall not affect or impair any of the remaining provisions, sentences, clauses, sections or parts of this Resolution or their application to other persons or circumstances. It is hereby declared to be the legislative intent that this Resolution would have been passed if such illegal, invalid, unconstitutional or inapplicable provision, sentence, clause, section or part had not been included herein, and as if the person or circumstances to which this Resolution or any part hereof are inapplicable had been specifically exempted herefrom. SECTION 9. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Resolution is administrative in nature and shall take effect upon approval by the County Executive. Adopted this ___ day of , 2013. COUNTY COUNCIL OF PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, MARYLAND

BY: _________________________________ Andrea Harrison Chair ATTEST:

______________________________ Redis C. Floyd Clerk of the Council

APPROVED:

DATE: ________________________

BY: _________________________________ Rushern L. Baker, III County Executive

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CR-28-2013 (DR-1) Exhibit A PROPERTIES INCLUDED IN THE CALVERT TRACT SPECIAL TAXING DISTRICT

The special taxing district will be comprised of portions of the tax parcels identified by account identifier numbers 2128106, 2128072 and 2128080, as shown on the map in Exhibit B.

CR-28-2013 (DR-1) Exhibit B SPECIAL TAXING DISTRICT MAP

(Exhibit B is available as an Inclusion File in LIS.)

EXHIBIT 6

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