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File #: ORD. 2022-274    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Adopted
File created: 9/26/2022 In control: City Council
On agenda: 10/3/2022 Final action: 10/10/2022
Title: To declare a public necessity for and to authorize the acquisition of six parcels of real estate owned by West Commerce Properties LLC and known as 2101Rear Commerce Road, 2114 Rear Bellemeade Road, 2600 Rear Lynhaven Avenue, 2215 Concord Avenue, 2237 Concord Avenue, and 2110 Lumkin Avenue for the purpose of facilitating the expansion of Broad Rock Creek Park. (8th District)
Patrons: Mayor Stoney
Attachments: 1. Ord. No. 2022-274, 2. Staff Report

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To declare a public necessity for and to authorize the acquisition of six parcels of real estate owned by West Commerce Properties LLC and known as 2101Rear Commerce Road, 2114 Rear Bellemeade Road, 2600 Rear Lynhaven Avenue, 2215 Concord Avenue, 2237 Concord Avenue, and 2110 Lumkin Avenue for the purpose of facilitating the expansion of Broad Rock Creek Park. (8th District)

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WHEREAS, in the opinion of the Council of the City of Richmond, a public necessity exists for the acquisition of six parcels of real estate owned by West Commerce Properties LLC and known as 2215 Concord Avenue, 2237 Concord Avenue, 2110 Lumkin Avenue, 2114 Rear Bellemeade Road, 2101 Rear Commerce Road, and 2600 Rear Lynhaven Avenue for the purpose of facilitating the expansion of Broad Rock Creek Park;

NOW, THEREFORE,

 

THE CITY OF RICHMOND HEREBY ORDAINS:

§ 1.                     That a public necessity exists for the acquisition of six parcels of real estate  owned by West Commerce Properties LLC, known as 2215 Concord Avenue, 2237 Concord Avenue, 2110 Lumkin Avenue, 2114 Rear Bellemeade Road, 2101 Rear Commerce Road, and 2600 Rear Lynhaven Avenue, and identified as Tax Parcel Nos. S008-0490/017, S008-0490/031, S008-0490/016, S008-0276/008, S008-0276/012, and S008-0418/003, respectively, in the 2022 records of the City Assessor for the purpose of facilitating the expansion of Broad Rock Creek Park.

§ 2.                     That the Chief Administrative Officer is authorized to accept the properties described in section 1 of this ordinance and to execute the deeds and other documents necessary to complete the acquisition of such properties described in section 1 of this ordinance, provided that all such deeds and other documents first must be approved as to form by the City Attorney or the designee thereof.

§ 3.                     This ordinance shall be in force and effect upon adoption.