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NAVSTA Newport

Disposition of Excess Real Property

Utilizing BRAC Authority

Brief for Newport RAB

May 21, 2008

Brief for Newport RAB

Disposition of Excess BRAC Real Property at NAVSTA Newport, RI

contents
Contents
  • BRAC Program Overview
  • NAVSTA Newport Landholdings and Property Identified for Disposal
  • BRAC Authority and Disposal Process
  • Parcel Information
brac program overview
BRAC Program Overview
  • 26 Installations to be Disposed
  • 41 Reserve Centers/Recruiting Districts to be Disposed
  • 45 Installations with Environmental Remediation Efforts
  • 16 Major and 38 Minor Realignment Actions
  • 64 Navy-led Business Plans
  • Overall Program for FY08-FY13, seeking appropriations
    • $493M for Prior BRAC
    • $3.2B for BRAC 05
map of entire brac program
Map of Entire BRAC Program

Hawaii

2005 BRAC Reserve Center Closures

2005 BRAC Base Closures

2005 BRAC Realignments

Prior BRAC Bases with Remaining Work

Prior BRAC Bases – Environmental Work Only

Puerto Rico

Alaska

Guam

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NAVSTA NEWPORT LAND HOLDINGS

and

PROPERTY IDENTIFIED FOR DISPOSAL

navsta newport landholdings
NAVSTA Newport Landholdings
  • MAIN BASE
  • Coddington Cove
  • Coddington Point
  • Coasters Harbor Island
  • Hospital Site
  • OUTLYING PROPERTY (OLP)
  • Tank Farms 1 through 5
  • Melville Backyard
  • Defense Hwy
  • Family Housing Areas
  • Carr Point
  • Fort Adams
  • Gould Island
parcels identified for disposal
Parcels Identified for Disposal
  • Parcels Identified for Disposal
  • Tank Farm 1
  • Tank Farm 2
  • Tank Farm 3
  • Tank Farm 4
  • Midway/Greene Lane Parcel
  • Defense Highway (north of NUWC)
parcels identified for disposal1
Parcels Identified for Disposal
  • Parcels Identified for Disposal
  • Former Navy Lodge Site
  • Former Navy Hospital
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BRAC AUTHORITY

and

DISPOSAL PROCESS

notional timeline and process
Notional Timeline and Process
  • Navy issues Notice of Availability and Surplus Determination Apr – Jun 08
  • Community establishes a Local Redevelopment Authority Apr - Jun 08
  • Planning LRA conducts Community Outreach Jul 08 – Dec 08
    • 30 days to start Homeless / 90 – 180 days for NOI’s
    • Potential PBC’s follow similar timeline
    • Publish Notices in Local Newspapers & Review Expressions of Interest
    • Hold at least 1 public meeting and coordinate with HUD
  • Planning LRA prepares Redevelopment Plan 270 days from
    • Plan should incorporate Community Consensus Homeless Outreach
    • Will be the basis for Navy’s NEPA Analysis
  • Submit Redevelopment Plan to HUD Mar 09
  • NEPA Analysis TBD
  • Navy Environmental Cleanup Various
    • Navy can carve property into sub-parcels and lease remainder

in order to ensure prompt reuse and redevelopment

    • Goal to align cleanup and redevelopment efforts
  • Conveyance of Land Various
conveyance mechanisms
Conveyance Mechanisms
  • Economic Development Conveyance
    • Only permitted recipient is LRA
      • LRA must have authority to acquire property (Implementing LRA)
    • Navy will seek FMV
    • Underlying purpose is job generation
    • LRA must demonstrate
      • Proposed uses will generate sufficient jobs
      • Proposed land uses are feasible in light of current and projected market conditions
  • Public Benefit Conveyance
    • Conveyances to State and Local Governments for public purposes
    • Typical Uses: Schools, Parks, Airports, Ports, Public Health Facilities, Historic Monuments, Self-Help Housing & Wildlife Conservation
    • Military Department must determine best use of the parcel is consistent with requested PBC.
    • Deed covenants included with transfer to ensure continued public purpose use.
conveyance mechanisms1
Conveyance Mechanisms
  • Negotiated Sale
    • LIMITED Circumstances
      • Must be to a Public Body
      • Must be for a Public Benefit that would not be realized from competitive sale or PBC
      • Grantee must pay AT LEAST fair market value
      • Requires Explanatory Statement for Congressional review
  • Public Sale
    • Effective means of achieving a mutual goal of rapidly putting the property back into productive use
    • Methods include Internet Auction and Sealed Bid
    • Case by Case Issues
      • Single parcel versus subdivision
      • “As-Is” Sale
      • Environmental Concerns
brac process and requirements
BRAC Process and Requirements
  • Navy Action
    • Declare the Property Surplus (Notice of Availability)
    • Complete Environmental Cleanup as Required by CERCLA
    • Disposes of Property via appropriate Conveyance Mechanism
    • NEPA and NHPA Section 106 Compliance
    • Coordination with Local Redevelopment Authority
    • Recapitalize BRAC fund
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BRAC Process and Requirements
  • Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA) Action
    • Will officially recognize the Local Redevelopment Authority (LRA)
      • Issue: Property located in three municipalities (Town Portsmouth, Town Middletown and City of Newport)
    • Provides expertise and potential resources to help LRA complete required studies
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BRAC Process and Requirements

Appointment of a Local Redevelopment Authority (LRA)

  • Recognized by DoD Office of Economic Adjustment
  • Responsible for Redevelopment Planning
  • Address the needs of Homeless Providers
  • Identify Conceptual Reuse – Not Conveyance Mechanism(s)
  • Review / Establish necessary Zoning Requirements
  • Critical to the Land Development Process
    • Land Use and Zoning
    • Development Agreements
    • The Entitlement Process
timing
Timing
  • Navy to commence process with issuance of “Notice of Availability” which will notify other federal agencies that the property is available – April 2008
  • Remaining property will be declared Surplus and made available for redevelopment planning and non-federal ownership – June 2008
  • Navy Lodge and Navy Hospital sites appear ready for quick disposal
    • Still require Homeless Provider, NEPA, NHPA and CERCLA compliance
  • Tank Farms will likely require Environmental Remediation.
    • Navy to explore potential for sub-parcels
    • Navy to explore potential for early transfer
navy lodge and navy hospital
Navy Lodge and Navy Hospital

Former Navy Hospital

Former Navy Lodge

  • Naval Hospital: 10 acres (7 acres of land, 3 acres of water)
    • Original World War 1 Hospital Site that meets National Register Criteria C
    • Contains 10 contributing and 6 non-contributing buildings
    • Asbestos & lead paint clean-up/disposal are the primary environmental issue
    • Waterfront access. Navy Concern that a loss of riparian rights could interfere with current marina buoy mooring area and transit area and will need to be addressed

Navy Lodge: 3 acres

Former use as a Navy Lodge, Currently vacant

Potential civilian commercial or residential use

No Environmental Issues

tank farm 1 tank farm 2
Tank Farm 1 / Tank Farm 2

Tank Farm 1

Tank Farm 2

Melville Backyard

  • Tank Farm 2: 96 acres currently vacant
  • Operation: 1940’s – 1970
  • Environmental Issues: IR Site
  • Contaminants: PAHs, VOCs, Metals, TPH
  • Expenditure to date: $5 M
  • Cost to complete investigation: $1.1 M
  • CERCLA Complete: 2014
  • West Side Master Plan Anticipated Uses:
  • Marine Industrial Uses, Marina Accessory Uses (storage, parking), Residential (Affordable Housing), Light Industrial/Commercial, Research and Development, Open Space
  • Tank Farm 1: 49 Acres currently vacant
  • Operation: 1940’s – 1970
  • Environmental Issues: IR Site
  • Contaminants: PAHs, VOCs, Metals, TPH
  • Expenditure to date: $4 M
  • Cost to complete investigation: $1.1 M
  • CERCLA Complete: 2014
  • West Side Master Plan Anticipated Uses:
  • Marine Industrial Uses, Transit Support (parking),Light Industrial, Marine Accessory
  • Use (storage, parking), Open Space
tank farm 3 tank farm 4
Tank Farm 3 / Tank Farm 4

Tank Farm 3

Tank Farm 4

    • Tank Farm 3: 41 acres currently vacant
    • Operation: 1940’s – 1970
  • Environmental Issues: IR Site
    • Contaminants: PAHs, VOCs, Metals, TPH
    • Expenditure to date: $5 M
    • Cost to complete investigation: $1.1 M
    • CERCLA Complete: 2014
    • West Side Master Plan Anticipated uses:
    • Waste Water Treatment Facility (~ 10 ac), Wind
    • Turbines, Recreation/Outdoor Theater, Open Space,
    • Marina Accessory Uses (storage, parking), Marine
    • Industrial Uses
  • Tank Farm 4: 83 acres currently vacant
  • Operation: 1940’s – 1970; Tanks Demo 1997-98
  • Environmental Issues: IR Site
  • Contaminants: PAHs, SVOC’s, Metals, TPH
  • Expenditure to date: $7.5 M
  • Cost to complete clean up: $1.7 M
  • CERCLA Complete: 2014
  • West Side Master Plan Anticipated Uses:
  • Commercial/Light Industrial, Open Space,
  • Hospitality/Resort, Wind Turbines, Seasonal Outdoor
  • Theater, Residential (Affordable Housing)
contact information
Contact Information

Department of the Navy

BRAC Program Management Office Northeast

4911 South Broad Street

Philadelphia, PA 19112

POC: Mr. Gregory Preston

Phone: (215) 897-4910

Webpage: bracpmo.navy.mil

Auction site: BRACLandSales.com