Board of Directors - March 20, 2018 - Minutes
TREASURE ISLAND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE
DRAFT MEETING MINUTES
March 20, 2018 9:30AM
Room 416, City Hall
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
Linda Fadeke Richardson (chair) V. Fei Tsen Mark Dunlop
Bob Beck, Treasure Island Director
Kate Austin, Commission Secretary
ORDER OF BUSINESS
1. Call to Order 9:45am
Linda Fadeke Richardson
V. Fei Tsen
2. General Public Comment
There was no public comment.
3. CONSENT AGENDA
- Approving the Minutes of the January 16, 2018 Meeting
Director Tsen moved the consent agenda.
Director Richardson seconded the motion.
This item passed unanimously.
4. DDA Commercial Leasing Provisions
Bob Beck, TIDA, presented a review of commercial leasing provisions in the Disposition and Development Agreement. Presentation spurred, in part, by recent interest in Hanger 3 by numerous parties.
The DDA grants TICD vertical development rights for key commercial sites. If TICD declines to exercise rights, opportunities shall be auctioned.
Mr. Beck reviewed the commercial lot locations on YBI and TI. Critical commercial lots include Building 1, Hangers 2 and 3, Lots M-1-A and M-1-B on TI. TICD shall enter into a Vertical Disposition and Development Agreement with TIDA or auction the development opportunity within a given time from Major Phase Approval for critical commercial lots.
TICD shall auction the vertical development and ground lease rights to the non-critical commercial lots.
Director Tsen asked if commercial proposals need to be first vetted through TICD.
Director Richardson asked about the timeline for Block C2-H.
There was no public comment.
5. Artist Selection Process Update
Jill Manton, SFAC, presented an update on the artist selection process. Proposals are due by March 27th and SFAC will be displaying proposals for public in Building 1 on TI. The Selection Panel will meet on April 17th and recommend a proposing artwork/artist for each site. SFAC Visuals Arts Committee will meet on April 18th and comment on recommendations. Arts Steering Committee will meet in late April to ratify Selection Panel recommendations. Proposed artists will be presented to the TIDA Board on May 9th for approval. SFAC will contract with selected artists.
Ms. Manton reviewed the three proposed artists at each location.
Director Tsen commented on the incredible response from artists and the difficult task of whittling down to three per site. Director Tsen asked about outreach to let general public know about displays.
Director Giusti asked if something does fall through is there a backup plan. Answer: Yes, will have alternates.
Director Richardson asked about the budget and made comments on the abundance of positive media coverage on the Arts Master Plan.
6. Affordable Housing Development Efficiencies
Bob Beck, TIDA, provided a review of affordable housing development efficiencies. MOHCD is hosting affordable housing developer meetings and exploring efficiencies in capitalized costs and operating costs.
Mr. Beck reviewed the Controller’s Office comparative analysis on modular housing, and two pilot projects proposed citywide. CCDC and Swords to Plowshares are evaluating potential of modular housing for Parcel C3.2. Mercy Housing and Catholic Charities are working on a preliminary assessment for Parcel C3.1.
Mr. Beck reviewed other potential efficiencies and next steps. TIDA will continue to explore other potential cost efficiencies with MOHCD, One Treasure Island, and affordable housing developers.
Director Tsen made comments on opportunity to create 2,000 units of affordable housing and opportunities to expedite the development of these units. Director Tsen made comments on modular housing.
Director Richardson requested a presentation with experts on modular housing and to include financing in reports. Mr. Beck responded this can be on a future ITC agenda.
7. Discussion of Future Agenda Items by Directors
Director Richardson requested a presentation on Life Learning Academy.
8. Adjourn 10:30
Relevant documents such as resolutions, staff summaries, leases, subleases are available at the Treasure Island Development Authority Office, One Avenue of the Palms, Second Floor, Treasure Island, and the Government Information Center at the Main Library, 100 Larkin Street. Public comment is taken on each item on the agenda.
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