City of Tacoma Notice of Public Hearing November 6, 2013

City of Tacoma Notice of Public Hearing November 6, 2013 On Tuesday, November 19, 2013, at approximately 5:30 p.m., the City Council will conduct a public hearing on the proposed sale of four former substation sites located at 5001 North Visscher Street, 1801 North Orchard Street, 4924 North 31st Street, and 1009 South 35th Street, owned by Tacoma Power, previously declared as surplus, to Reggie Brown for the cumulative amount of $317,000. For additional details, please see the reverse side of this notice. This hearing will take place in the City Council Chambers on the first floor of the Tacoma Municipal Building, 747 Market Street, Tacoma, Washington. All persons will have an opportunity to present their oral comments at the meeting. Those wishing to submit written comments may do so at the public hearing, or may submit them to the City Clerk's Office at 747 Market Street, Room 220, Tacoma, WA 98402, by 4:00 p.m., on Tuesday, November 19, 2013. Resolution No. 38764, which set the public hearing date, can be viewed in its entirety on the City's website at www.cityoftacoma.org/recentlegis by clicking on the link for November 5, 2013, or by requesting a copy from the City Clerk's Office at (253) 5915505. For more information, please contact Ms. Maureen Barnes, Real Estate Officer at (253) 502-8256. Doris Sorum City Clerk A public meeting has been scheduled regarding a proposed sale to Reggie Brown of properties owned by the City of Tacoma, Tacoma Public Utilities, Light Division (d.b.a. Tacoma Power). In 2009 a number of former substation sites were declared surplus to the needs of Tacoma Power and the City. The sites, known as Ruston, Fairmount, Downing and Lincoln Park, were formerly utilized to support a 4.2kV electrical distribution system. Once the distribution system was upgraded, the sites became obsolete and were therefore no longer needed. Conveyance of these properties will not adversely affect continued efficient utility service. For additional information, please call Maureen Barnes at (253) 5028256. November 8

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