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Title: Traditional Small Boat Center


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www.oceanvillage.us
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OCEANS INTERPRETIVE CENTER
Small Boat Center
NAVY MUSEUM
OCEAN VILLAGE FOUNDATION Focusing on Eco-Tourism
and Community Services A 501(c)3 Corporation  
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OCEAN VILLAGE FOUNDATION
Ocean Village
  • A Portal to Liberty Station

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OCEAN VILLAGE FOUNDATIONS VISION To foster
understanding and stewardship of marine resources
and maritime traditions.
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  • OCEAN VILLAGE FOUNDATION serves as a developer of
    the Ocean Village Site for organizations who
    require waterfront exposure and who fulfill the
    Foundations vision.
  • Ocean Village will be open to the public and will
    provide community services.
  •  

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OCEAN VILLAGE FOUNDATION looks forward to working
with Corky McMillin Companies, Inc. and the City
of San Diego and is willing to pay fair market
value for the site.
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OCEAN VILLAGE
NOT INCLUDED
SITE MAP
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THE FOOD SPOT
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CONCEPT PROFILES
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OCEAN VILLAGE
  • An Urban Village Park that encourages Eco-Tourism
  • Commercial and not for profit use
  • Marine Science and Maritime Themes focus
  • Tenants fulfill the Ocean Village VISION
  • Maritime Museum warehouse
  • No risk sensitive uses
  • Will cycle various cohesive Maritime and Marine
    Science Landscape Themes unifying the site area

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The development of Ocean Village includes
enhancement of the existing shoreline by creation
of wildlife and habitat opportunities.
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PROPOSED BUILDING USES
31 - Lab/Support Building SEABOTICS, Inc. 33
Demolished (Navy Sail Loft) 153 Wood
Shop 185 - Boat Center 174 Demolished (Navy
lumber storage)
On 3 Lots
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185
153
358
174
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179 34
186
DOCKS
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34 -Information Services 179 -Food Stop 186
Demolished
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ORGANIZATIONS
OCEAN VILLAGE will have tenants with mix uses but
that will adhere to the cohesive theme of marine
science and maritime heritage. These
organizations and commercial enterprises must
relate to the marine and/or maritime resources.
Potential tenants are
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  • THE MARITIME MUSEUM OF SAN DIEGO
  • SAN DIEGO NAVY HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION (The
    Quarterdeck Association)
  • UNDERSEA CAMP

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  • AQUATIC ADVENTURES
  • TRADITIONAL SMALL BOAT CENTER

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INVESTED PARTNERS
  • UNIVERSTY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO (UCSD)
  • THE SAN DIEGO MUSEUM OF MAN
  • THE UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO (USD)
  • THE SCIENCE ALLIANCE
  • CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION
  • SAN DIEGO COUNTY PARKS

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The Portal Area is within the Runway Protection
Zone (RPZ)
  • OCEAN VILLAGE Limits the intensity of use,
    measured by the number of people per acre, in the
    Lindbergh Fields Runway Protection Zone (RPZ)
    while maximizing the NTC Boating Area potential
    as a public gateway (portal) to the NTC
    Foundation and to Liberty Station.

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  • Enter into a confidentiality agreement with Corky
    McMillin Company and pay the escrow deposit.
  • Updating the 2001 Rehabilitation and Site
    Improvement Plans completed by Melhorn
    Construction (work previously was done pro-bono)
    and for conceptual illustrations of the site
    plan.
  • Architectural Drawings of the proposed building
    rehabilitation to bring the buildings up to
    decent, safe, and sanitary standards.
  • Use Permits will be completed and accepted by the
    Peninsular Planning Group, McMillin, and the San
    Diego Redevelopment Agency for the existing
    buildings.
  • Finalize finance plan for the rehabilitation
    costs and building permit fees.
  • Complete Building Permit Applications submitted
    to the San Diego City (Civil Engineer, Landscape
    Architect, MEP, Structural Engineer, and Historic
    Architect Sign off)
  • Acceptance of the proposed Building Permits by
    the Coastal Planning Commission, McMillin, and
    the San Diego Redevelopment Agency.

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  • Acquisition of the property after McMillin has
    final map submittals and approvals for the site
    area.
  • Ready to begin rehabilitation work thirty days
    after escrow closes.
  • After completion of all rehabilitation work and
    McMillin infrastructure improvements, the Ocean
    Village Foundation will act as a landlord on a
    continuing basis to lease, maintain, and market
    the facilities.
  • The Foundation will be a member of the Liberty
    Station Association (which will manage
    maintenance fees and shared parking management).
  • Determine and develop a site improvement plan
    based on approved conceptual drawings.
  • Complete the site improvement work.
  • Facilitate Ocean Village festivals, symposiums,
    and events that require participation and
    acceptance by the Ocean Village tenants.

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  • Use Permits will be completed and accepted by the
    Peninsular Planning Group, McMillin, and the San
    Diego Redevelopment Agency for the existing
    buildings.

Finalize rehabilitation costs and building permit
fees.
  • Enter into a confidentiality agreement with Corky
    McMillin Company and pay the escrow deposit.

PERMITS OBTAINED
ESCROW CLOSES REHAB BEGINS 12/05
1 YR
6 MOS.
  • Complete Building Permit Applications submitted
    to the San Diego City (Civil Engineer, Landscape
    Architect, MEP, Structural Engineer, and Historic
    Architect Sign off).

Rehabilitation and Site Improvement Plans
completed by Melhorn. Construction and for
conceptual illustrations of the site plan.
Post Vertical Clearance Bonds
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OCEAN VILLAGE-PROPOSED USES PARKING SPACE
REQUIREMENTS
The following information represents building
uses and associated parking requirements within
the proposed NTC-Ocean Village complex. Please
note that all building uses, ranging from
educational to commercial, will reflect the Ocean
Village vision To foster understanding and
stewardship of marine resources and maritime
traditions.
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ADVISORY BOARD Ray Ashley, Executive Director of
the San Diego Maritime Museum Hugo Carver,
President of Knight and Carver Yachts Dennis
Conner, San Diego Sailing Icon  Carl Eichenlaub,
President of Eichenlaub Marine, 2004 Olympic
Sailing Team Support Shop Director, and past
Olympian Shara Fishler, Executive Director of
Aquatic Adventures Chris Frost, President of
Downwind Marine Bob Kyle, Maritime Museum
Trustee, Mystic Seaport Trustee Keith Korporaal,
President of ORION Charters, Financial
Officer Gerald Pascale, President of Pascale
Real Estate Company, Inc. Doug Perkins, Pacific
Gateway Group, Board Member of UnderSea
Camp Brian Rickling, Architect, Vice President
and Senior Principal at HERITAGE Architecture
Planning (formerly Architect Milford Wayne
Donaldson, FAIA) Abraham Shragge, PhD Civic
Collaborative at UCSDClint Stead, Director of the
Quarterdeck Association   Jack Sutphen, Americas
Cup Icon, Secretary of the SDYC Sailing
Foundation , Past Fleet Captain for the PC Fleet,
Past Trustee of the Maritime Museum Rusty White,
Operational Manager for Under Sea Camp, Nautical
Heritage Operations Officer-Project Manager for
the Californian construction  
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ASSOCIATED BOARDS OF DIRECTORS
Dr. Charlie Mac Vean - Executive Director John
Schiltz - CEO/President Jack Jaeger -
CFO/Secretary Rusty White - Operation
Director Dr. Buzz Aldrin, Starcraft
Enterprises Norm Estabrook, SAIC Wade Hall,
McMillin Capital Joe Hughes, Blue Cove
Interactive Pam Hurst, Lockheed Martin VADM, USN
(Ret) Bud Kauderer, Kauderer Associates Drew
Michel, TSC Holdings Group Doug Perkins, Pacific
Gateway Group Phil Slack, Anteon Corporation Ross
Turner, Guided Discoveries Bob Wernli, First
Centurion Enterprises Dr. Cheryl Peach, Birch
Aquarium Liaison Kevin Hardy, Scripps Institution
of Oceanography Liaison
Board of Trustees Kenneth Andersen-
President Chris Frost First Vice
President  Robert H. Smith - Second Vice
President James Lonergan- Treasurer Merrill Day
- Secretary Raymond Ashley - (ex officio)
Executive Director Ronald Carlson William Dysart
- past president Robert Dilworth Vernon V.
Aguirre Robert Kyle Donald Lenox Dennis
Burks Lowell Potiker John Rebelo, Jr. Neal
Schneider Barbara Sharp Robert Sharp Karen Sowell
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ASSOCIATED BOARDS OF DIRECTORS
Navy Historical Association, Inc. Board of
Directors Charles L, Best Secretary, Past
President of the Congress of History San Diego,
CA Mary Camacho Treasurer, Active Duty Chief
Petty Officer and author of the book "Cradle of
the Navy, The History of Naval Training Center,
1923 -1997." Santee, CA Mike Fulgham Regional
Director Naval Sea Cadets San Diego, CA Lynn
Knowlton V ice President, Last Command Master
Chief of NTCSan Diego, CA Terry Magee Chief
Operating Officer ORINCON CorporationSan Diego,
CA Victor Miranda Regional President Fleet
Reserve Association San Diego, CA Errol V.
Samuelson Vice President National Sonar
AssociationSan Diego, CA Clinton R Steed
Chairnan, Founder and Last Command Master Chief
to serve at Service School Command, Chula Vista,
Ca
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info_at_OceanVillage.us Or you can reach us at our
mailing address OCEAN VILLAGE FOUNDATION P.O.
Box 86234 San Diego, CA 92138-6234 Or you can
give us a call at 619/226-2469(AHOY).
OCEAN VILLAGE FOUNDATION
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