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FACT Meeting April 19, 2012. Port of Garibaldi Commercial Ave. Wharf Reconstruction $4,123,000 Project Estimate. ABOUT THE PORT OF GARIBALDI…. All 23 available buildings are currently leased. The sole piece of land not currently leased is the port’s 13 acre dredge disposal site.

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    1. FACT Meeting April 19, 2012 Port of Garibaldi Commercial Ave. Wharf Reconstruction $4,123,000 Project Estimate

    2. ABOUT THE PORT OF GARIBALDI… • All 23 available buildings are currently leased. The sole piece of land not currently leased is the port’s 13 acre dredge disposal site. • Port has 159 acres of leasable land of which 143 acres are leased or used for public rights of way. (90%) • 250 direct jobs resulting in annual gross sales of over $54MM*. • 186 indirect/induced jobs resulting in annual gross sales of over $23MM*. • Each leased/public use acre equates to three jobs and $538K in annual gross sales. (*Source: IMPLAN model for Tillamook County; analysis by Todd Chase.) • The Port has been approached by a half dozen companies to lease space on it’s 1941 commercial wharf. Unfortunately, the wharf can support 95 lbs. per s.f. and most of the uses need 275 lbs per s.f.

    3. ABOUT THE PORT OF GARIBALDI… • Own and manage a 277-slip marina. Approximately 70 commercial fishing boats including 17 charter/guide boats. Marina has been at full capacity for decades. • Over 20,000 outbound bar crossing (2,700+ commercial) in 2011. • Eighty-five (85%) percent of the state’s clam harvest is landed in Tillamook County. Significant amounts of dungeness crab, albacore, salmon and rockfish are also landed in Tillamook. • No.1 Recreational Ocean Salmon fishing port in Oregon (22% compared to #2 Newport’s 16% of state catch). ODFW/OCZMA 2012. • In 2009, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers repaired and capped the north Tillamook jetty at a cost of $18,000,000. • Now it’s time for Tillamook County to upgrade 20,000 s.f. of wharf frontage to support higher and better uses…

    4. “The northern edge girder has split and failed … and is now a hazard.” Wharf Evaluation, Harper Houf Peterson Righellis Inc. SEAWALL & FOOTING FAILED GIRDER RUPTURED PILES “Seawall has been undermined … has settled, subsided, and suffered severe cracking in several locations.” Wharf Evaluation, Harper Houf Peterson Righellis Inc. “…brace members have ruptured several piles at the connection bolts.” Wharf Evaluation, Harper Houf Peterson Righellis Inc. CURRENT CONDITION

    5. CRACKED DECKING INSUFFICIENT REPAIRS FAILED GIRDER SEAWALL & FOOTING CURRENT CONDITION

    6. PROPOSED CONDITION

    7. Phased Approach • Phase I – 2007 Harbor Dredging and Upgrades $615,000  • Phase II – 2009 North Jetty Cap and Repair $13,000,000  • Phase III – 2009 Harbor Entrance Dredging $400,000  • Phase IV– 2014 Commercial Ave. Wharf $4,123,000  • Phase V – 2015 10k sf Commercial Building $1,000,000  • Phase VI– 2016 10k sf Commercial Building $1,000,000  • Phase VII– 2016 10k sf Commercial Building $1,000,000  • Port received $615k loan in 2007 (serviced by moorage fees) to dredge and upgrade harbor. • North Jetty Cap and Harbor Entrance Dredging completed through 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) • Commercial Building mortgages will be serviced through tenant lease payments

    8. Funding Opportunities • Connect Oregon IV $1,608,000  • TIGERIV $1,608,000  • Port of Garibaldi $100,000  • Garibaldi Urban Renewal Agency $500,000  • USDA Economic Impact Initiative $50,000  • EDA Public Works Funding $100,000  • EDA Economic Adjustment Assistance $150,000  • TOTAL COST $4,123,000  • Other programs for funding include HUD Community Challenge Grants and Community Development Block Grants, EPA Smart Growth Technical Assistance Grants. The Ford Foundation, Open Society Institute, Mott Foundation Woodruff Foundation, Knight Foundation, Kauffman Foundation and Citigroup Foundation are other opportunities for funding.

    9. Analysis of job creation

    10. Vetted • Pacific NW Waterways (PNWA), Policies and Projects List • North Coast Regional Solutions Team (RST), Priority Project No. 1a • Oregon Solutions, Pre-Assessment Invitation • Oregon Public Ports Association (OPPA), Ports Project List • Columbia-Pacific Economic Development District (ColPac), Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) • Garibaldi Urban Renewal Agency (GURA), Garibaldi Urban Renewal Plan • Port of Garibaldi, Strategic Business Plan No. 1 Priority

    11. PRIVATE SECTORCOMMITMENT… • Pacific Coast Seafood, Mike Brown $300,000 • Pacific Oyster Co., Whitey Forsman $100,000 • Jacobsen Salt Co., Ben Jacobsen $100,000 • Brothers Marine, Thomas Lee $250,000 • Whiskey Creek Shellfish Hatchery, Mark Wiegardt $300,000 • OceanAire Refrigeration, Dan Phillips $300,000 • Riverfront Investments LLC, Lance Barnett $350,000 • The Port’s application includes letter of intent from the above private companies if and when the Commercial Ave. wharf is repaired.

    12. READINESS TO PROCEED… • Joint U.S. Corps of Engineers/Oregon Dept. of State Lands Fill/Removal Permit Applied for in September 2011. Review has not met any concerns as the project will remove creosoted piling and replace with steel epoxy coated piling within its existing footprint. • $1,600,000 will allow us to finalize RFP scope ($5k), construct reusable movable building for tenant relocation ($300k), raze existing structures ($10k) and finalize local permits ($20k). This work can be begin in Fall of 2012. 7,500 s.f. (+/-) of wharf frontage ($1,265k) can be built by Spring 2013. • Port intends to use a Design/Build (DB) bid process.

    13. To the Fisherman’s Advisory Committee of Tillamook County for your letter of support on this project dated November 1, 2011. THANK YOU!

    14. PACIFIC OYSTER, LLC WHITEY FORSMAN, MANAGER

    15. OCEANAIRE REFRIGERATION DAN PHILLIPS, OWNER

    16. JACOBSEN SALT CO. BEN JACOBSEN, OWNER