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LORA Board Meeting Minutes Page 1 of 3 <br />May 21, 2019 <br /> <br />REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MEETING <br />MINUTES <br />May 21, 2019 <br /> <br />12. CALL TO ORDER, REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY <br /> <br />Chair Studebaker called the Lake Oswego Redevelopment Agency (LORA) meeting to <br />order at 5:14 p.m. on May 21, 2019, in the City Council Chambers, 380 A Avenue. <br /> <br />Present: Chair Studebaker and Members Wendland, Kohlhoff, Manz, O’Neill, <br />LaMotte, and Nguyen <br /> <br />Staff Present: Scott Lazenby, Executive Director; David Powell, LORA Counsel; Anne- <br />Marie Simpson, Recording Secretary; Sidaro Sin, Redevelopment <br />Manager <br /> <br />Others Present: Aaron Braun, Howard S. Wright; Matt Grady, Gramor Development <br />_____________________________________________________________________ <br /> <br />13. BOARD BUSINESS <br />13.1 Funding Approval for City Hall Early Work Site Preparation and Material <br />Procurement <br />Mr. Sin updated on the project’s progress to date, reviewing its time line and highlighting the <br />advantages of approving the approximately $8.1 million in early work as described in the Board <br />report. The team anticipated appearing before the Board for a final guaranteed maximum price <br />on July 16th and completion of the entire project phase this September. Preparation for building <br />demolition could occur as early as at the end of this month, with Fire and Police training <br />following prior to demolition. <br />Member Manz asked about locking in a price on steel, noting she hoped to avoid negative <br />repercussions with tariffs and market volatility. Mr. Braun described specifically what steel <br />elements were covered in the early work. <br />Member Wendland moved to authorize the LORA Executive Director to amend the <br />existing Construction Management and General Contractor Contract for site preparation <br />and material procurement work in the amount of $8,107,796.08. Member Manz seconded <br />the motion. A voice vote was held and the motion passed with Chair Studebaker and <br />Members Manz, O’Neill, LaMotte, Nguyen, Wendland, and Kohlhoff voting ‘aye’. (7-0) <br />13.2 Block 138 Disposition and Development Agreement Amendment to Expand Uses <br />for Ground Floor Retail on State Street