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(a) Following the Board of Supervisors hearing under Section 23A.6(c) and no later than June 1 of each year, MOHCD shall evaluate the feasibility of each property for Affordable Housing based on typical development standards of site planning and constructability, and prepare a report to the Administrator identifying the properties suitable for Affordable Housing and those that are not suitable for Affordable Housing and explaining MOHCD's analysis and conclusions. The feasibility report shall be made available to all interested parties that have notified the Administrator to be placed on a notification list for this purpose.
(b) Following receipt of the MOHCD feasibility report, the Administrator shall prepare and submit to the Mayor and Board of Supervisors legislation either transferring jurisdiction over Surplus Properties to MOHCD or to another City department for such department's use, or seeking to sell such properties, as determined by the Administrator. The Administrator shall also provide to the Mayor and the Board of Supervisors a copy of the MOHCD feasibility report, and shall make recommendations to the Board regarding any proposed development of Underutilized Property for Affordable Housing.
(c) For those Surplus Properties transferred to MOHCD, the Executive Director shall publicize the availability of the Surplus Properties and seek applications for development of the Surplus Properties on a competitive basis in keeping with MOHCD's standard practices. The Executive Director also shall take all steps necessary to comply with the State Surplus Property Statute. For Underutilized Properties, the City department with jurisdiction over the property (excluding the Enterprise Departments) shall take action consistent with direction of the Board of Supervisors. With respect to real property under the jurisdiction of Enterprise Departments or the Education Districts, the Board of Supervisors may urge the Enterprise Departments or the Education Districts to consider approving a sale of such property for Affordable Housing or a transfer of such property to MOHCD for Affordable Housing. If an Enterprise Department or an Education District elects to transfer real property to MOHCD, the Administrator shall then prepare and submit to the Mayor and Board of Supervisors the appropriate legislation to accept the property for the development of Affordable Housing.
(Added by Ord. 227-02, File No. 011498, App. 11/26/2002; amended by Ord. 93-04, File No. 040537, App. 5/27/2004; Prop. K, App. 11/3/2016)