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Wikman Building December 2012


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Wikman Building December 2012

  1. 1. Wikman Building 22 December 2011  Regular Agenda Item R-1: Accepting the Surplus Property Report for the Wikman Building, 4420 SE 64th Avenue, Portland, Oregon.1
  2. 2. Wikman Building HISTORY  1918-1971 Arleta Library  1973-1988 MCCAA  1988-2011 DCJ  2011 Surplus2
  3. 3. Wikman Building LOCATION3
  4. 4. Wikman Building ASSET  First4
  5. 5. Wikman Building OUTREACH  Commissioner Shiprack hosted a Roundtable in September and an Open House in November  E-mail, Website, and Commercial distribution  Media and Public Notice  Signage5
  6. 6. Wikman Building VALUES Resolution No. 2011-066 adopted the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners Values, Mission and Vision Statement.  Stewardship – Market Value  Health – Multnomah Food Initiative  Social Justice – Multi-cultural  Public Safety – Visibility and Presence  Integrity – Transparency and Fair Access  Creativity and Innovation – Business Incubator  Sustainability- Local Resource6
  7. 7. Wikman Building RECOMMENDATION District 3 Commissioner Judy Shiprack, the Communications Office, the Economic Development Director, and FPM shall:  Negotiate exclusively with the Coalition on an Acquisition and Redevelopment Proposal  Ensure that the Proposal includes a business plan with a re-development pro forma  Provide due diligence information to fully inform the Proposal  Support the inclusion, recruitment, and participation of other stakeholders  Submit to the Board for consideration a Proposal on a date not later than 180 days from the date of the directing Resolution7
  8. 8. Wikman Building COALITION8