Capital Training Program 2006

CSU Property Development with Auxiliaries,
CEQA Procedures and Off-Site Mitigation


Date:

 

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

 

 

 

Time:

 

9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

 

Location:

 

CSU Chancellor’s Office

Parking for a fee of $12 is available at the Catalina Landing Parking Structure. Parking will not be validated.

 

 

 

Registration:

 

Registration Closed .

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Registration Deadline:

 

Friday, July 14, 2006

 

 

 

Registration Fee:

 

$85.00
If you are unable to attend, there will be a $15 cancellation fee. There will be no refunds after July 21. Payment must be made prior to the event; no payment will be taken the day of training.

If paying by check, please make checks payable to the CSU FACILITIES MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE and mail to:

Attn: NANCY GARCIA
Capital Planning, Design and Construction
California State University, Office of the Chancellor
Capital Planning, Design and Construction
401 Golden Shore, Long Beach, CA 90802

 

 

 

Meals:

 

Catered continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.

 

 

 

Contact Info:

 

Nancy Garcia, (562) 951-4130, ngarcia@calstate.edu


This program is designed for campus planners, facility administrators and auxiliary staff responsible for implementation of real estate development projects through the CEQA process and approval by the Board of Trustees.

This program will discuss a number of issues that impact the development process on CSU-owned and auxiliary-owned or leased property, including:

  • Types of development, purpose, and educational mission
  • Basic CEQA requirements, CSU policies, and auxiliary requirements
  • Master planning and community input, town and gown relations
  • Trustee policies and executive orders, trustee and university authority
  • Role of auxiliaries, private partners, site authority, and joint powers authority
  • Local, state, and federal agency authority and coordination

CPDC staff, with General Counsel, will facilitate the presentation through review of policy and procedures, highlighted with case studies presented by experienced campus managers and Chancellor’s Office staff illustrating the complexities that often creep into land development projects that require CEQA compliance. The program will include an overview of projects recently undertaken at various campuses, how best to use outside expertise, and how to avoid conflicts with local government.

Campus planning directors will highlight successes and difficulties in dealing with CEQA-related community issues and complex auxiliary projects.


Content Contact:
Nancy Freelander-Paice
(562) 951-4087
nfreelander-paice@calstate.edu

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Last Updated: July 14, 2006