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Regular Meeting of the Board of Commissioners Agenda October 13, 2011

OrderofBusiness
I. Call to Order II. Roll Call III. Pledge of Allegiance V. Public Input Cards

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IV. Adoption of the Agenda V. Introduction of Guest(s) VI. Public Input Cards on Agenda Items VII. Adoption of the Minutes for the May Special 2011 Meeting

VIII. Chair s Report


Introduction of Commissioner John C. Hope, III Bioscience Summit sponsored by the Board of Regents

IX. Treasurer s Report


Finance: A) Financial Statements: August 2011 B) City CEA - $50,000 (Action Required)

X. President s Report
a. Organizational Funding i. Funding State and City alternatives
1. Community Development Block Grant (Action Item) 2. Establishment of a 501(c)3 Foundation 3. Construction Impact Fee Selected Development Area

X. President s Report
4. Delta Regional Authority Grant 5. Capital Outlay b. Operations i. Programming Update 1. Master Plan Update Mr. William Vitek, AECOM

Master Planning Update October 13, 2011


01 02 03 04 Industry People Place Summary

BioDistrict New Orleans

Mission:
Tobuildagloballycompe,,ve economyfortheNewOrleansregionto diversifyouropportuni8esandbuilda resilientcommunitythroughinnova8on thatresultsinTheHealthiest,Safest, SustainableandmostEntrepreneurial UrbanNeighborhoodsinAmerica.

Significant Findings

Conrma-onofThemes/Issues/ Opportuni-es

CreateaVisiblePlace PublicandCivicLeadership Ac,ngasOne LifeLongLearningandEduca,on Substan,alEmploymentOpportuni,es OngoingPublicEngagement ImprovedReviewProcedures GeIngtheWordOut CreateanIndustryClusterwithcommonvision

Industry

BioscienceAreasofExper,se HIV/AIDS Cancer DiabetesandCardiovascular Biodefense VaccineDevelopment Neuroprotec,onandRehabilita,on

Industry

Research

ARCA/IBMNetworkConnec,vity

BioclusterDevelopment

Industry

NIHFunding

People

WorkforceDevelopment NOWNewOrleansWorks OchsnerFacilityExpansionintoBenson Tower500700Jobs Educa,on BiotechCareerPathwayBESE Fall2012Curriculum BioDistrictEduca,onRoundTable CommiYedFunding BioDistrictMathandScienceHS BookerT.WashingtonHSBioscience

Place

KeyDevelopmentAreas

Place

GalvezResearchNeighborhood

TulaneAvenueMixedUse GalvezStreetR&DCore NeighborhoodResiden,al HistoricHighSchoolReuse

Place

Xavier/GertTown AcademicExpansion MixedUseRetail/ Residen,al Residen,alInll NewPublicSchool&Pool LightIndustrial/ Manufacturing OpenSpaceConnec,vity

Place

TulaneAvenue/CanalStreet MixedUseOce/Academic Expansion Residen,al GroundFloorCommercial Math&ScienceHS ClaiborneAvenueBoulevard

Place DowntownHealthCampus ExpandedDelgadoCampus Sharedpopula,onservices CharityHospitalReuse GravierStreetPedestrian Spineandgreenspace

Place

CivicCenter CityHall(Renova,onand Addi,on) DuncanPlaza CivilDistrictCourts LibraryExpansion

Process

Summary

KeyPublicInvestmentProjects

ClaiborneAvenue PoydrasStreet TulaneAvenue GalvezStreet BroadStreet BroadStreetBridge EarhartBoulevard BanksStreet GravierStreet

Approximately$380Million

Summary

KeyPrivateInvestmentProjects

Residen,al2,000+Units Retail150,000sf MedicalOce/R&D/Manuf.1.6millionsf LongTermStayHotel150Rooms IbervilleHUDProject2,200Units

Summary

KeyIns,tu,onalInvestmentProjects

VAHospital2Millionsf UniversityMedicalCenter3.3Millionsf LSUFacili,es750,000sf TulaneHealthSciences1.8Millionsf Xavier1Millionsf Delgado225,000sf OchsnerBensonTowerExpansion 80,000sf HyaYRegencyHotelandConven,on

KeyPrivateInvestmentProjects

Approximately9MillionSquareFeet

Summary

EconomicImpacts

In20years,theBioDistrictwillgenerate:

17,200neworsavedjobs, $4BillioninEconomicAc,vity, $850MillioninPersonalEarnings. $25MillioninAnnualSalesTaxGenerated. $22MillioninAnnualLocalTaxGenerated. 1.8MillionSquareFeetofNeworAbsorbed PrivateSectorFacili,es 2,000+HousingUnits 9MillionSquareFeetIns,tu,onalUses

Summary

NextStepAc,onPlan

Con,nuedBioDistrictOpera,onalFunding ForgingSuccessfulPartnerships:City/State Ins,tu,ons,Founda,onsandBusinessCommunity DetailedSiteStudies:U,li,es,Parking,Downtown HealthCampus,ClaiborneAvenue,andTrac Management Coordina,onwithCityonCZOandBlight Implementa,on Public/PrivatePartnershipFinancing ImplementAcademicResearchDatabaseSystem FollowThroughonDetailedAc,onPlanand Iden,fyKeyCataly,cProjects

X. President s Report
b. Operations 2. Business Development a. Meet the Industry Series: Working Building Company Co-Sponsored by New Orleans Business Alliance and Foco Data Centers b. EcoDistrict Presentation Portland, OR Oct 26-29, 2011 3. Workforce Development 1. New Orleans Works NOW formerly New Orleans Regional Workforce Funders Collaborative 2. Advanced Training Education Grant (ATE) 3. Biotech Career Path Task Force 4.Association Of University Research Parks Convention

XI. Other Old Business XII. New Business XIII. Public Comment(s) XVI. Executive Session, if required XV. Adjournment

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