2002 CPEO Military List Archive

From: cpeo <cpeo@cpeo.org>
Date: 22 Oct 2002 19:04:03 -0000
Reply: cpeo-military
Subject: [CPEO-MEF] County targets land deal
Monday, October 21, 2002
County targets land deal
MPC to Give Up Property to Get Some; Agreement would mean homes, police
training site
By Larry Parsons
The Californian

Monterey County supervisors Tuesday hope to approve a land swap of
former Fort Ord lands to pave the way for new homes, a police training
academy and other uses.
On tap is a proposed agreement among the county, Monterey Peninsula
College and Fort Ord Reuse Authority to enable an exchange of land
between the county and college.

Under the deal, the college would cede land at the East Garrison area to
the county, in exchange for county land in the Parker Flats area.

For years, the college has planned to develop a regional police training
center on former Fort Ord lands.

A preliminary agreement was reached a year ago, but details over timing
and a threat to halt Army land transfers over low-cost housing delayed a
final pact.

"This time we're closer than ever before," said Assistant County
Administrative Officer Jim Colangelo.

The county is negotiating with Woodman Development Co. to build a
residential community at the East Garrison. Several other group,
including artists, Native Americans and youth advocates, also have plans
for East Garrison properties.

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