May 24, 2017

VENTURA PORT DISTRICT
BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS

Everard Ashworth, Chairman
Brian Brennan, Vice Chairman
Jim Friedman, Secretary
Bruce E. Smith, Commissioner
Nikos Valance, Commissioner
Oscar Peña, General Manager
Timothy Gosney, Legal Counsel
Jessica Rauch, Clerk of the Board
PORT COMMISSION AGENDA
REGULAR MEETING
MAY 24, 2017 AT 6:30PM
FOUR POINTS SHERATON BALLROOM
1050 SCHOONER DRIVE, VENTURA, CA
A Closed Session of the Board will be held at 5:30PM at the
Four Points Sheraton Captain’s Room
1050 Schooner Drive, Ventura, CA 93001
to discuss the items on the Attachment to AgendaClosed
Session Conference with Legal Counsel.
The Board will convene in Open Session at the
Four Points Sheraton Ballroom
1050 Schooner Drive, Ventura, CA 93001
for its Regular Meeting at 6:30PM.
ADMINISTRATIVE AGENDA:
CALL TO ORDER: By Chair Everard Ashworth.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: By Chair Everard Ashworth.
ROLL CALL: By the Clerk of the Board.
ADOPTION OF AGENDA (3 minutes)
Consider and approve, by majority vote, minor revisions to agenda items and/or attachments and any
item added to, or removed/continued from the Port Commission’s agenda. Administrative Reports relating
to this agenda and materials related to an item on this agenda submitted after distribution of the agenda
packet are available for public review at the Port District’s office located at 1603 Anchors Way Drive,
Ventura, CA during business hours as well as on the District’s website – www.venturaharbor.com (Port
District Business-Port Commission & Meeting Schedule). Each item on the agenda shall be deemed to
include action by an appropriate motion, resolution or ordinance to take action on any item.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES (3 minutes)
The Minutes of the May 10, 2017 Regular Meeting will be considered for approval.
PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS (3 minutes)
The Public Communications period is set aside to allow public testimony on items not on today’s agenda.
Each person may address the Commission for up to three minutes or at the discretion of the Chair.
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CLOSED SESSION REPORT (3 minutes)
Closed Sessions are not open to the public pursuant to the Brown Act. Any reportable actions taken by
the Commission during Closed Session will be announced at this time.
BOARD COMMUNICATIONS (5 minutes)
Port Commissioner’s may present brief reports on port issues, seminars, meetings and literature that
would be of interest to the public and/or Commission, as a whole. In addition, Port Commissioners should
provide a brief summary and disclose any discussions he or she may have had with any Port District
Tenants related to Port District business.
DEPARTMENTAL AND GENERAL MANAGERS REPORTS (5 minutes)
Ventura Port District Staff and General Manager will give the Commission reports on their Department
and items of general interest to the Port Commission and members of the public.
LEGAL COUNSEL REPORT (5 minutes)
CONSENT AGENDA: (5 minutes)
Matters appearing on the Consent Calendar are expected to be non-controversial and will be acted upon
by the Board at one time, without discussion, unless a member of the Board or the public requests an
opportunity to address any given item. Approval by the Board of Consent Items means that the
recommendation is approved along with the terms set forth in the applicable staff reports.
A) Approval of New Office Lease Agreement for Kyle & Associates
Recommended Action: Voice Vote.
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve a new Office Lease Agreement between the
Ventura Port District dba Ventura Harbor Village and Harold Kyle dba Kyle & Associates for the
premises located at 1583 Spinnaker Drive #209 consisting of a total of 535 square feet for a two
year term.
B) Approval of Out of Town Travel Requests
Recommended Action: Voice Vote.
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve the out of town travel request for Marketing
Manager, Jennifer Talt-Lundin.
STANDARD AGENDA:
1) Approval of Financial Statements and Checks
Recommended Action: Roll Call Vote.
That the Board of Port Commissioners adopts Resolution No. 3332 to:
a) Accept the following financial statements for the Quarter ended March 31, 2017; and
b) Review the payroll and regular checks for January through March 2017
2) Approval of Notice of Completion for the ADA Parking Access Improvements
Recommended Action: Roll Call Vote.
That the Board of Port Commissioners adopt Resolution No. 3333,
a) Accepting the work of J&H Engineering General Contractors, Inc.; and
b) Authorizing staff to prepare and record a Notice of Completion with the Ventura County
Recorder.
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3) Request for Proposals to Lease Ventura Port District Property Parcel 5 and 8 for
Development of Visitor Serving Uses
Recommended Action: Voice Vote.
That the Board of Port Commissioners:
1) Receive staff presentation, public comments and Development Team presentations from
Pacific Heritage Communities and H. Parker Hospitality regarding their proposals for
Parcel 5 and Parcel 8 for development of visitor serving uses at Ventura Harbor
pursuant to the Request for Proposals (RFP) issued on May 2, 2016; and,
2) Select a Development Team for negotiations of ground lease options and ground lease
agreements for future Board consideration.
AGENDA PLANNING GUIDE AND REQUEST FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS
ADJOURNMENT
This agenda was posted on Friday, May 19, 2017 by 5:00 p.m.
at the Port District Office and on the Internet –
www.venturaharbor.com (Port District Business-Port Commission & Meeting Schedule).

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this
meeting, please contact the Ventura Port District at (805) 642-8538. Notification 48 hours before the
meeting will enable the District to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility.
(28 CFR 35.102.35.104 ADA Title II)
TIME CERTAIN AT 7:00PM
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ATTACHMENT TO PORT COMMISSION AGENDA
CLOSED SESSION CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL
WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 2017
1. Conference with Real Property Negotiators – Per Government Code Section 54956.8:

a) Property:
Negotiating Parties:
Under Negotiation:
1583 Spinnaker Drive #209
Oscar Peña, Brian Pendleton, Timothy Gosney
New Office Lease Agreement for Kyle & Associates
b) Property:
Negotiating Parties:
Under Negotiation:
1410 Angler Ct.
Oscar Peña, Brian Pendleton, Timothy Gosney
Harbor Boat and Storage Sublease
c) Property:
Negotiating Parties:
Under Negotiation:
Parcel 5 and Parcel 8
Oscar Peña, Brian Pendleton, Timothy Gosney
Potential Lease Negotiations with
Pacific Heritage Communities and
H. Parker Hospitality
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BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
MAY 24, 2017
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
MAY 10, 2017 MEETING
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT
BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
MINUTES OF MAY 10, 2017
The Regular Meeting of the Ventura Board of Port Commissioners was
called to order by Chairman Everard Ashworth at 7:04PM at the Ventura
Port District Office located 1603 Anchors Way Drive, Ventura, CA
93001.
Commissioners Present:
Everard Ashworth, Chairman
Brian Brennan, Vice Chairman
Jim Friedman, Secretary
Bruce E. Smith
Nikos Valance
Commissioners Absent:
None
Port District Staff:
Oscar Peña, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Gloria Adkins, Accounting Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jessica Rauch, Clerk of the Board
Legal Counsel:
Timothy Gosney
Dominic Nunneri
AGENDA
CALL TO ORDER: By Chairman Everard Ashworth at 7:04PM.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: By Commissioner Smith.
ROLL CALL: All Commissioners were present.
ADOPTION OF AGENDA
ACTON: Commissioner Smith moved, seconded by Commissioner Brennan and
carried by a vote of 5-0 to adopt the May 10, 2017 agenda.
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APPROVAL OF MINUTES
The Minutes of April 26, 2017 Regular meeting were considered as follows:
ACTION: Commissioner Smith moved, seconded by Commissioner Brennan and
carried by a vote of 5-0 to approve the minutes of the April 26, 2017 regular
meeting, with the following revisions:
1) Added Gloria Adkins to the Port District Staff in attendance
2) On the first page, first paragraph changed the location of the meeting
from the Port District Office to the Four Points Sheraton.
PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS: None.
CLOSED SESSION REPORT: Mr. Gosney stated that the Board met in closed session;
discussed and reviewed all items on the closed session agenda. Staff was given instructions on
how to proceed as appropriate and there was no action taken that is reportable under The
Brown Act.
BOARD COMMUNICATIONS: Commissioner Ashworth reminded the Commission and public
of the Ventura Shellfish Enterprise Workshop #4 happening at the Four Points Sheraton on
Thursday, May 11th.
STAFF COMMUNICATIONS: Mr. Peña updated the Commission on the Phase 3 project.
LEGAL COUNSEL REPORT: Mr. Gosney reported that his team has been working on updating
the option and lease documents in anticipation of developer negotiations for the RFP; working
on updating the surplus policy; working on the new policy concerning email privacy; and
commented that the April Legal report will be emailed tomorrow.
CONSENT AGENDA:
A) Approval of Out of Town Travel Requests
Recommended Action: Voice Vote.
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve the out of town travel request for Marketing
Manager, Jennifer Talt-Lundin.
ACTION: Commissioner Friedman moved, seconded by Commissioner Brennan and
carried by a vote of 5-0 to approve the out of town travel request for
Marketing Manager, Jennifer Talt-Lundin.
B) Approval of 2017 Lifeguard Services Contract
Recommended Action: Voice Vote.
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve the 2017 contract proposed by State Parks to
provide Lifeguard Services at Harbor Cove and Surfers Knoll.
ACTION: Commissioner Friedman moved, seconded by Commissioner Brennan and
carried by a vote of 5-0 to approve the 2017 contract proposed by State
Parks to provide Lifeguard Services at Harbor Cove and Surfers Knoll.
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STANDARD AGENDA:
1) SeaSketch
Recommended Action: Voice Vote.
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve professional services with the McClintock Lab at
the University of California Santa Barbara to provide SeaSketch marine spatial planning
services for the Ventura Shellfish Enterprise project.
ACTION: Commissioner Brennan moved, seconded by Commissioner Friedman and
carried by a vote of 5-0 to approve professional services with the
McClintock Lab at the University of California Santa Barbara to provide
SeaSketch marine spatial planning services for the Ventura Shellfish
Enterprise project.
2) FY2017 – 2018 Preliminary Budget and Five Year Capital Improvement Plan
Recommended Action: Informational.
That the Board of Port Commissioners review and discuss the 2017–2018 Ventura Port District
Preliminary Budget and Five Year Capital Improvement Plan.
ACTION: The Board of Port Commissioners discussed and made the following
comments on the 2017–2018 Ventura Port District Preliminary Budget and
Five Year Capital Improvement Plan:
• Attachment 3, page 10 – reflect VSE grant in final budget
o Asked staff to return to Board with VSE task information
• Two years of wage increases are not reflected, would like included
in final report.
• Commissioner Smith is for a fixed amount increase or augments
insurance for lower range. Also, the goals and objectives should be
before the budget and would like to hear about the last four
marketing objectives and the costs associated with them.
• Like the % increase/decrease in the notes section – very helpful,
however some are missing and want included in final budget.
• Does the 7% contribution to PERs have to occur this year? If not,
maybe do a small amount each year.
• Want to understand health insurance offerings; how do employees
contribute? What are options?
• Should educate employees on their retirement.
• Maybe increase PERs 1% over the next 3 years.
• What are staff’s thoughts on the changes to the service industry?
• Give employee’s vision insurance as added benefit instead of wage
increase. District to pay 100%.
• More info on sick pay liability.
Public Comment: Sam Sadove warned the Commission to be careful about increasing the
restaurant revenue too much because come January 1, 2018, restaurants will be hit with labor
law increases.
Commissioner Friedman asked management staff what is the level of understanding the
employees have between what their pay is and what they’re actually earning?
• Facilities Manager, Joe Gonzalez stated that his staff understood that once ground
broke on the Sondermann Ring Project that staff would receive raises. Insurance costs
have gone up leaving some employees with a decrease in pay. He is not sure if
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employees understand the system; only what they are taking home today. Some
employees are currently looking for other jobs.
• John Higgins, Harbormaster stated that he communicates to staff the value of paying
into their retirements. No one appreciates the fiscal challenges more than Port District
employees. We make things happen on a daily basis, putting that extra effort into every
job done. He assured the Board that we are not Bell by any means. Our benefits are not
the best; we don’t have differentials, education incentives or bilingual pay. There are
industry standards we do not participate in due to our fiscal challenges. VPD has a large
number of longtime employees who have a lot of information and we have a growing
number of people who have been here a short time. The longtime employees can afford
to survive because they have been through the salary step process. A few years ago, a
board member influenced staff to change to salary range program to award employees
for their hard work. It sounded great, but when it came to salary freezes there were no
increases. Salary ranges are really difficult when you face fiscal challenges and new
employees are brought in at the bottom of their range and those employees are
struggling. We cannot compare to the private sector; only other public agencies. When
employees express that they are struggling; it is not that they want to leave here, but
they have to pay bills. When you get a raise that only goes to retirement, it doesn’t pay
rent or daycare and those are real costs that keep increasing. Having stayed in the
salary step system, we wouldn’t be experiencing that same problem because employees
would have a natural evolution. If we lose the employees who are struggling, before
veteran employees can pass on their skills, the Port District is going to fail.
• Robin Baer, Property Manager concurs with John Higgins comments. It is hard for
employees to not receive a raise when cost of living is increasing, gas, water, electricity;
that is what employees are looking at. In reference to insurance, dental is not good
because we cannot get into a pool with a better type of dental system because of our
size and the same thing will apply for vision insurance.
• Commissioner Friedman commented that there are now ways to get into better
insurance pools and that he would be glad to meet with staff to discuss these options.
Michael Wagner stated that the Business Operations Manager should go to Monterey to look at
their asphalt piers. Also asked what we’re getting for marketing money. Harbor Village is the #1
visitor’s destination in Ventura. The Harbor is the step child of the City and we need to get the
Visitor’s Bureau to advertise for us more.
AGENDA PLANNING GUIDE AND REQUEST FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS: 1) Updated
Surplus Policy; 2) Lifeguard Program funding.
ADJOURNMENT: The meeting was adjourned at 9:12PM.
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Secretary
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BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
MAY 24, 2017
DEPARTMENTAL STAFF REPORTS
DREDGING
FEDERAL
FACILITIES
MARINA
MARKETING
PROPERTY
TREASURER
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RWP DREDGING MANAGEMENT
Richard W. Parsons
2271 Los Encinos Road
Ojai, California 93023
Phone/Fax (805) 649-9759
May 24, 2017
Board of Port Commissioners
Ventura Port District
1603 Anchors Way Drive
Ventura, CA 93001
Subject: April/May 2017 Dredging Activities and Special Projects Report
The Dredging Program Manager’s activities for the April/May 2017 period are reviewed below:
FY2018 Federal Dredging Appropriations
The Port District has requested that $7,000,000 be included in the FY2018 Energy and Water Development Appropriations Bill for the
maintenance dredging of the Ventura Harbor entrance channel and sand trap. At this point, however the Administration and Congress
are focused on matters unrelated to the FY2018 budget process. Thus making a prediction on the final FY2018 appropriations levels is
presently unrealistic.
Harbor Village Phase II ADA Improvements
J&T Engineering and Construction’s subcontractor has now completed the stainless steel railing installation called for in J&T’s contract
with the Port District. The only remaining item of work is the installation of several ADA path-of-travel signs. That installation should be
accomplished in the next few days. At that point we will have the ADA compliance consultant make a final inspection of the work.
Harbor Village Phase III Improvements
Viola Contractors continues to make good progress on the Phase III improvements. However, due to the rain related delays
experienced in January and February, completion of the project is not expected until well into July. We have also experienced additional
unforeseen problems with executing the project in accordance with the contract documents which will require a 3rd change order. It is
expected that RRM Design Group, the project architect, will attend the Commission’s June 14, 2017 meeting to review this situation
with the Board.
Respectfully submitted,
Richard Parsons
Dredging and Special Projects Consultant
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April 2017 Recap
Congress, President Reach Deal on Omnibus Spending Package
Shortly after passing a bill to extend funding until May 5, congressional negotiators
and the President reached a deal to fund federal programs for the remainder of
Fiscal Year 2017. Both the House and Senate approved this funding measure the
week of May 1st and sent it to the President before the May 5th deadline.
The omnibus package provides an annualized total of $1.07 trillion in base spending,
or $1.16 trillion when including Overseas Contingency Operations funding for
military actions outside the United States. Now that the measure is law, federal
agencies will be able to finalize grant notifications and solicitations for remaining
FY2017 funds, something they were prohibited from doing under the long-term
continuing resolution.
Civil Works
The omnibus bill provided the US Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) with a funding
boost. In all the Corps received $6.0348B which is an increase of $49M over final
FY16 funding levels. In comparison, the omnibus provides $1.4B or 31% more than
President Obama requested in his final budget submission to Congress. It also sets
up a 45-day work plan process for the Corps, the Office of the Assistant Secretary of
the Army for Civil Works, and the Office of Management and Budget to assign
funding to projects not included in the President’s FY17 budget request, or projects
requiring more funding than allocated in the budget submission. Navigation
highlights include:
 $28M for the Donor and Energy Transfer Ports Program, a $3M increase over
FY16, but still short of the $50M authorized under WRRDA 2014;
 $2.7B for navigation projects and studies;
 $1.3B for the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund

White House Ends Hiring Freeze, Launches Government Reorganization
Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney announced the lifting of
the federal hiring freeze implemented on the first day of the Trump Administration.
With the announcement, Mulvaney also outlined a two-year process to reshape the
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federal government to make it “dramatically more accountable, more efficient and
more effective.”
Under the initiative, agencies have 180 days to submit reorganization plans to OMB.
These plans are to include workforce reduction plans through FY2022 and will
serve as the basis for the President’s FY2019 budget request and beyond. OMB is
also providing the federal Office of Personnel Management the authority to expedite
early retirement requests with a goal of approving applications within 30 days.
The exercise’s goal is to reduce the size and cost of the federal workforce, eliminate
duplicative functions within or between agencies, and devolve functions OMB
deems better accomplished by state and local government or private enterprise.
Senate Confirms Final Cabinet Position
The Senate confirmed Alex Acosta to serve as Secretary of Labor by a vote of 60-38.
His vote filled the last remaining unconfirmed position in President Trump’s
Cabinet. With Acosta’s confirmation, the Senate will now move to consideration of
deputy secretary and other leading positions among the various federal
departments and agencies.
Ninth Circuit Joins Fight Over Funding in Sanctuary Areas
A U.S. District Judge from the Ninth Circuit issued an order temporarily blocking the
Trump Administration from withholding federal funds from cities and counties that
refuse to support federal immigration policies. In the ruling, the judge stated,
“Federal funding that bears no meaningful relationship to immigration enforcement
cannot be threatened merely because a jurisdiction chooses an immigration
enforcement strategy of which the President disapproves.” President Trump was
quick to respond that he will challenge this ruling.
In the meantime, the Department of Justice filed a brief clarifying that, at this time, it
is only seeking to enforce compliance with is 8 U.S.C. 1373, which prohibits localities
from issuing policies that preclude local police from communicating with federal
immigration. The Departments of Justice and Homeland Security are also reviewing
how to adjust their grant programs to account for sanctuary applicants in a manner
that will pass muster under a Constitutional review.
President Issues Executive Order on “Buy American and Hire American”
President Trump issued a “Buy American and Hire American” executive order.
According to the White House, the order’s goal is “maximizing Made in America
content and minimizing waivers and exceptions to Buy American laws.” Agencies
have 150 days to evaluate their current compliance with Buy American statutes and
develop new policies to maximize the use of domestic content and minimize
requests for waivers. Any proposed waivers must be reviewed by agency heads and
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consider the cost advantage of foreign-sourced iron and steel as the result of
“injuriously subsidized steel, iron, or manufactured goods.”
On the labor side, the Executive Order tasks the Department of Labor, Department
of Justice, and Department of Homeland Security with reviewing the H-1B and
lottery visa programs and “rigorously enforce” the laws governing entry into the
United States of workers from abroad. While the order does not trigger any
immediate requirements on employers, the agency reviews are likely to serve as the
basis for changes in hiring and reporting practices in the future.
Executive Order Targets Large National Monument Land Designations
President Trump issued a new executive order that will begin a review of large
national monument land designations made since January 1, 1996, that span at least
100,000 acres. The order is in response to widespread criticism that designations
have ignored state and local opposition and exceeded the intent of the 1906
Antiquities Act.
In signing the order, President Trump stated, “The Antiquities Act does not give the
federal government unlimited power to lock up millions of acres of land and water,
and it’s time that we ended this abusive practice” and the order citied the Act’s
language “…that reservations of land not exceed ‘the smallest area compatible with
proper care and management of the objects to be protected.’ ” Trump and other
critics have not suggested that the designations of his predecessors be overturned,
but they have indicated that the size of the monuments be reduced.
In California, the following monuments will be subject to review: Giant Sequoia,
Carrizo Plain, San Gabriel Mountains, Berryessa Snow Mountain, Mojave Trails, and
Sand to Snow.
Trump Issues Executive Order Promoting Offshore Energy Production
President Trump issued an Executive Order that seeks to expand offshore oil and
gas exploration and production in the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS). His order calls
for a review of the five-year leasing program and reconsideration of regulations
pertaining to offshore energy development. The order also directs the Secretary of
the Interior to implement a streamlined permitting approach for privately funded
seismic data collection to determine offshore energy resource potential. The rule
will not affect the status of OCS drilling off the California coast.
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT
DEPARTMENTAL STAFF REPORT Meeting Date: May 24, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Joe A. Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
SUBJECT: April 2017 Facilities Report
I. Maintenance
The original 1575 building wooden staircase hand rail has been replaced with new ADA compliant stainless
steel hand rails; both sides of the staircase now have handrails, making the staircase safer for the public
and our tenants.

1559 parking lot loading zone has been re-located for better usage for our restaurants and tenants that are
located at 1559 building. The loading zone was previously located at the end of the parking lot, with no easy
access to the loading ramp. The new location is next to the loading ramp, making it more efficient, safer,
and convenient for users unloading their goods.
New location Old location

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Harbor Cove Beach, Surfers Knoll Beach
Every spring the Ventura Port District performs the yearly beach sand clean up. Most of the sand that was
blown against the brick walls from previous high winds during the year is removed, placed back and leveled
for easy access. The majority of the cleanup is between the parking lots and the beach sand brick walls; this
prevents the sand from blowing over the wall into the parking lots and getting into the City’s drains and
streets. During this time, the District also assists the City of Ventura on leveling the pathway where they set
their walkway matt that leads from the parking lot sidewalk into the beach for the public to use; this matt
provides universal access to the beach for all visitors. This is a yearly cooperation between the City and the
District.

II. Marina
Continue to perform the monthly inspections on all gangways, docks, fire extinguishers, and fire boxes.
Monthly inspections of our fish pier cranes, fire dock boxes, gangways, and docks were performed.
III. Marketing
The Maintenance Department continues to provide assistance to the Marketing Department on weddings,
set-up for events, during events, installation of banners/flyers, or whatever the needs are to make a
successful event.
IV. Landlord’s Tenant Improvement Allowances
• Ventura Dive & Sport & Office – Meeting daily with tenant, project as of today is on schedule.
• 1583 Suite 201 – On schedule
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT
DEPARTMENTAL STAFF REPORT Meeting Date: May 24, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Frank Locklear, Marina Manager / Technology
SUBJECT: April 2017 Marina Report
I. Special Events
On Mother’s Day weekend, Saturday and Sunday April 13th and 14th, the Long Line Tuna Vessel
VENTURA II presented their highly popular tuna sale on the Ventura Fish Pier. The event was
well attended and sales were brisk. This was the last sale of the season for this year. The next
season is expected to begin in December.
II. Ventura Harbor Village Marina Occupancy and Squid Production
The Ventura Harbor Village Marina slip occupancy has remained near 100%. There are
currently 42 tenant seiners competing for squid in Ventura Harbor. The total tonnage landed has
not been large due to difficult weather and sea conditions. However, the premium price of
$1,000.00 a ton paid by the squid offloading companies has kept the vessels enthusiastically
engaged locally despite the reduced size of the per vessel loads.
On Wednesday, May 3rd, I met with Ventura Star Free Press reporter Kelly Flanders who wished
to write a feature story on squid fishing and off-loading at Ventura Harbor. Kelly was introduced
to squid fishermen, the fish company operators and the crews operating the squid offloading
equipment. Kelly took photos and videos of the commercial operation to use in her report.
Kelly’s report has not been published as of this date.
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On Thursday, May 4th, I met with the President of Del Mar Seafoods regarding plans for the
installation of a new Ice Maker / ice storage for the 1449 building. Del Mar has agreed to supply
the new equipment. The ice is intended to be used by the local small vessel fishermen in
Ventura Harbor. The three Ventura squid offloading companies Del Mar, DeLuca and Ventura
Packers will continue to truck in the ice, which is used during squid offloading. We are waiting
for the review of revised plans and construction may begin in late June or July.
III. Technology
The Port District currently operates 53 working email accounts. HLI Systems provides the
District’s email spam filter and virus protection. The frequency of intercepted emails with virus or
worm loaded payloads is increasing dramatically. An increased layer of email scrubbing for our
email accounts will cost $2.00 per user per month and is recommended.
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Cottontail Day – April 8th 2017
• Estimated over 1000 people attended
• 500 Egg Hunt Tickets sold
• 300 Petting Zoo Tickets sold
• Sponsors included: Ventura Breeze, Cumulus Media, City
Corps Ventura, and The Greek Mediterranean Steak &
Seafood
• Unfortunately due to high winds the event was canceled
an hour and a half early due to safety.
• Rain in the morning and high winds in the afternoon
hindered the attendance that day. Therefore our revenue
is down in 2017 both in vendors and overall sales
Red Vines California Tour, April 12th 2017
• Ventura Harbor Village was selected as one of the Central
Coast locations. Somerville Associates assisted to bring this
national campaign to the Harbor
• Milano’s and Coastal Cone participated in creating two
recipes using Red Vines including a mocktail and a sundae.
• The Marketing Dept. welcomed the Red Vines Tour on April
12th where they handed out samples of Red Vines
• This promotion brought in weekday visitation to Ventura
Harbor Village
• 1000 recipe cards were designed & distributed throughout
the Harbor
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Marketing/Meetings/Media/Ads
Marketing Report April 2017
Advertising
Dining Guide Advertorial/Editorial VC Reporter
• Circulation: 33,000 to 800 locations
• Advertorial inclusive of all Harbor restaurants
805 Living Magazine
• Play Seaside ad focused on Spring Break Travel
• Circulation: 80,000 distributed all across the 805 area code
Central Coast Visitor Guide
• Annual Circulation: 225,000
• Advertised in attractions in Ventura County & highlighted in Ventura region
• Brooke’s Discovery Trail: The Central Coast board added Brooke’s Discovery
Trail, marking each of her favorite places with a heart all the way to Ventura
Harbor Village in remembrance
Media Visits:
• UK Family Blogger Black Diamond Central Coast Katie Ellison
• Hosted a two night stay on April 5th and 6th at Four Points Sheraton
• She dined at both Brophy Bros. and Coastal Cone in the village
• Mommy Poppins blogger Anna Fader
• Worked with Visit Ventura to donate certificate to Andria’s Seafood
Restaurant & Market on April 15th
Ventura Harbor Village Map: 10,000 copies
• Including a call out to Ultimate Escape Rooms in Sea What’s New
• With a focus on Shop & Dine for Beautification Project
Harbor Views Newsletter
• 500 – 1000 distributed throughout Ventura Harbor
• Focused on Ventura Shellfish Enterprise
• 11,000 copies distributed via the Ventura Breeze
• All Spring and Summer events were highlighted
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Mermaid Art Installation
Marketing Report April 2017
A new mermaid statue was approved by the City of
Ventura and the Ventura Port District to be installed on
the south entrance (Port side) of the Harbor. The
installation has been going in for close to a month – with
90% completion.
Alec Benke is the donor of the artwork for placement at
the Ventura Harbor entrances
• The Mermaid statue is 1 of 3 statues in the series :
Sounds of the Sea.
• Each of the three statues has a mermaid (or siren)
playing a cello.
• Artist is Unknown. Artwork was produced in 2004. A
second mermaid statue sits at Marina Park on the
northern jetty of the Harbor, so the two mermaids
flank the Harbor entrance.
• Photography & video is being arranged and Alec
Benke is having some additional information on the
artwork translated from Russian to English to use for
promotion once the statue has been fully installed.
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Website Analytics
VenturaHarbor.com
Top 5 Pages Visited on VenturaHarbor.com (April 2017):
1) Harbor Cove Café 2) Village Carousel 3) Saturday Fisherman’s Market 4) Directions
5) Beaches
Where people are coming from: 1) Google 2) Direct 3) Yahoo 4) Bing 5) AOL 6) Marriott.com
7) Twitter 8) duckduckgo.com 9) Island Packers
Data from April 1 – 30, 2017
VenturaHarborVillage.com Data from April 1 – 30, 2017
Top 5 Pages Visited on VenturaHarborVillage.com (April 2017):
1) Events 2) Dine 3) Cottontail Day Event 4) Play 5) Shop
Where people are coming from: 1) Google 2) Direct 3) Yahoo 4) Facebook Mobile
5) Bing 6) VCStar 7) VenturaHarbor.com 8) TheUltimateEscapeRooms.com
9) Facebook 10) Yelp Marketing Report April 2017
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Social Media Analytics
Instagram (7,786 Followers) +237 followers
April 1st-30th 2017
Ventura Harbor Sunset 364 Likes
Marketing Report April 2017
Golden Egg Promotion
18,450 Impressions
1,259 Likes
• For 4 days leading up to Easter, the
Marketing Department hosted a Golden
Egg Instagram Contest
• 4 Eggs were planted around the Village ,
with Harbor certificate
• Each egg was found within one hour
• Each group that found egg came to the
Harbor to participate
Harbor Cove Beach 322 likes
Red Vines Promotion 141 likes 14
comments
Red Vines Visited Ventura Harbor Village
and we developed an Instagram Story:
• Story received 500+ views
• Posts received 11,815 people
reached
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Social Media Analytics (Cont.)
Facebook (18,306 Followers)
34,100 Impressions
2,675 People Reached
5,746 People Reached
246 Comments, Reactions, shares
Twitter (4,217 Followers)
26,600 Impressions
Marketing Report April 2017 _______________________________________________
To celebrate National Licorice Month, we
had Coastal Cone and Milano’s created
original recipes using Red Vines as part of
the ‘Made in California’ tour.
Boost reached 11,087 people. Cottontail Day Boost reached 6,141 people
in one post.
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT
DEPARTMENTAL STAFF REPORT Meeting Date: May 24, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Robin Baer, Property Manager
SUBJECT: April 2017 Property Report
I. Tenant Report
1) BS Taproom — 1591 Spinnaker Drive #115 – Drawings have been submitted to the
City of Ventura. To help expedite this project, VPD staff along with the architect and
tenant had a meeting with the City of Ventura Planning Division to review project
requirements. Estimated completion third quarter of 2018.
2) Rhumb Line — 1510 Anchors Way — Drawings have been submitted to the City of
Ventura. To help expedite this project, VPD staff along with the architect and tenant
had a meeting with the City of Ventura Planning Division to review project
requirements. Estimated completion fourth quarter of 2018.
3) Boatyard Pub — 1583 Spinnaker Drive #109 – Tenant received City of Ventura
approval and permit. The restaurant will be closed after Pirates Day and estimated reopen
the third week of June.
4) Ventura Dive & Sport — 1559 Spinnaker Drive #108 – Tenant has completed
construction and is open for business in the new reduced space.
5) Greek Restaurant — 1583 Spinnaker Drive #101 — The bar remodel is in design
stages with the tenant. The design is subject to District approval.
6) Retail NEW Space — 1559 Spinnaker Drive #109 — Landlord is obtaining estimates
from contractors. Estimated completion third quarter of 2018.
7) VC Pottery Guild — 1567 Spinnaker Drive #105 – This tenant did have to close up
their business now that the construction project is in front of their space. Since they
have a lot of pottery on shelves, it was not conducive to maintain operations during the
movement of the construction. The artists decided to take their vacations at this time
and look forward to re-opening in the summer.
II. Leasing
1) Leasing Outreach
• Posted online with Loopnet for both Lighthouse, Treasure Cove and Coffee
Dock businesses
• Emailed leasing packets to realtors, prospective tenants and posted on
website.
• Posting ads online via Loopnet and in other publications.
2) Overview of FY2016/2017 leasing strategy goals:
• Obtain monthly, quarterly and annual data from real estate sources;
• Procured Co-star for real estate analytics;
• Increase annual rental revenue to VPD at (or above) consumer price index;
• Achieve vacancy rates for office, retail, restaurant below comparable properties
in the City of Ventura
• Attendance and participation with real estate, trade shows, webinars and
networking events and others as applicable;
• Annual memberships with leasing, real estate and development organizations;
• Visit prospective tenant locations and meet with business owners.
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III. Occupancy level at Harbor Village – May 2017
CATEGORY Harbor Harbor Harbor Harbor City * City *
Vacancy Vacancy Available Available Vacancy Available
Sq Ft % Sq Ft % % %
Office 2,615 8% 2,615 8% 13.4% 33%
Retail 0 0% 5,634 28.5% 22.2% 22.2%
Restaurant 0 0% 0 0% 10.1% 9%
*Based on comparable square footage
IV. April Sales Report
The attached summary provides sales for three categories: restaurants, retail and charters.
The reports compare the monthly sales for 2017 and 2016. They also include year-to-date
comparisons. Restaurant, retail and charters all posted increases in sales. Even though
some tenants are affected by the construction project, many tenants had record breaking
April Sales.
The year-to-date overall sales were up 10.80% for April 2017 from the same time last year.
Charter sales continue to increase and for April there was 49.18% increase from year 2016.
Attachment 1 – April Tenant Sales
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ATTACHMENT 1 27
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JOHN CHIANG
TREASURER
STATE OF CALIFORNIA
03/20/17 0.83 0.78 188
03/21/17 0.83 0.78 185
03/22/17 0.83 0.78 184
03/23/17 0.83 0.78 184
03/24/17 0.83 0.78 186
03/25/17 0.83 0.78 186
03/26/17 0.83 0.78 186
03/27/17 0.83 0.78 181
03/28/17 0.83 0.78 180
03/29/17 0.84 0.78 180
03/30/17 0.85 0.78 181
03/31/17 0.85 0.78 180
04/01/17 0.86 0.86 181 Mar 2017 0.821%
04/02/17 0.86 0.86 181 Feb 2017 0.777%
04/03/17 0.86 0.86 183 Jan 2017 0.751%
04/04/17 0.86 0.86 184
04/05/17 0.86 0.86 184
04/06/17 0.87 0.86 181
04/07/17 0.87 0.86 181
04/08/17 0.87 0.86 181
04/09/17 0.87 0.86 181
04/10/17 0.87 0.86 181
04/11/17 0.87 0.87 181
04/12/17 0.87 0.87 183
04/13/17 0.88 0.87 182
04/14/17 0.88 0.87 182
04/15/17 0.88 0.87 182
04/16/17 0.88 0.87 182
04/17/17 0.88 0.87 181
04/18/17 0.89 0.87 183
04/19/17 0.89 0.87 183
4/19/2017
0.00002126194403179
0.999175951
Earnings Ratio:
Fair Value Factor:
Daily: 0.85%
PMIA Performance Report LAIF Performance Report
Date Daily Yield*
Quarter to
Date Yield
Average
Maturity
(in days) Apportionment Rate: 0.78%
Quarter Ending 03/31/17
Based on data available as of
Quarter to Date:
Average Life:
View Prior Month Daily Rates
PMIA Average Monthly
Effective Yields
0.78%
*Daily yield does not reflect capital gains or losses
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Treasuries
43.56%
Mortgages
0.06%
Agencies
13.84%
Certificates of
Deposit/Bank
Notes
15.93%
Time Deposits
7.62%
Commercial
Paper
8.11%
Loans
10.88%
Pooled Money Investment Account
Portfolio Composition
03/31/17
$71.9 billion
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BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
MAY 24, 2017
CONSENT AGENDA ITEM A
APPROVAL OF NEW OFFICE LEASE
AGREEMENT FOR KYLE & ASSOCIATES
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT CONSENT AGENDA ITEM A
BOARD COMMUNICATION Meeting Date: May 24, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Robin Baer, Property Manager
SUBJECT: New Office Lease Agreement for Kyle & Associates 1583 Spinnaker Drive #209
RECOMMENDATION:
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve a new Office Lease Agreement between the
Ventura Port District dba Ventura Harbor Village and Harold Kyle dba Kyle & Associates for the
premises located at 1583 Spinnaker Drive #209, consisting of a total of 535 square feet for a
two year term.
BACKGROUND AND DISCUSSION:
Kyle & Associates has been a tenant of the Village for over 12 years. Kyle & Associates is a
small specialty law firm specializing in mediation of disputes, trademarks and copyrights. They
recently celebrated their 16th year in business and look forward to continued tenancy at the
Ventura Harbor Village. The tenant continues to enjoy having an office space and has
requested a two-year lease.
FISCAL IMPACT:
This new lease reflects current market rental rates for office space in the complex. The annual
occupancy cost for this tenant is $11,000.00. The minimum rent over the two year term is
adjusted annually by the CPI increase.
We look forward to continued success with this tenant. Staff recommends the Board’s approval
of the new lease transaction.
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BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
MAY 24, 2017
CONSENT AGENDA ITEM B
APPROVAL OF OUT OF
TOWN TRAVEL REQUEST
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT CONSENT AGENDA ITEM B
BOARD COMMUNICATION Meeting Date: May 24, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Oscar F. Peña, General Manager
SUBJECT: Out of Town Travel Requests
RECOMMENDATION:
That the Board of Port Commissioners approve the following out of town travel requests for:
A) Marketing Manager, Jennifer Talt-Lundin to travel to Newport Beach, CA to participate in
the 2017 Cal Travel Summit Conference on June 27-29, 2017. Attending this show allows
District staff to market and promote the Ventura Harbor. Estimated cost for the travel is as
follows:
Registration $599.00
Lodging $398.00
Meals $115.00
Mileage $138.00
Miscellaneous $100.00
TOTAL $1,350.00
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BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
MAY 24, 2017
STANDARD AGENDA ITEM 1
Approval of Financial
Statements and Checks
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT STANDARD AGENDA ITEM 1
BOARD COMMUNICATION Meeting Date: May 24, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Gloria Adkins, Accounting Manager
SUBJECT: Approval of Financial Statements and Checks
RECOMMENDATION:
That the Board of Port Commissioners adopts Resolution No. 3332 to:
a) Accept the following financial statements for the Quarter ended March 31, 2017; and
b) Review the payroll and regular checks for January through March 2017
SUMMARY:
Attached for the Board’s review are the financial statements for the quarter ended March 31,
2017 and the check registers for January through March 2017. The attachments reflect the
Enterprise Fund and the Aquaculture Grant Fund.
BACKGROUND:
The financial statements consist of Statement of Revenue and Expenses, Budget Analysis
Notes, Annual Budget Compared to Year-to-Date Expenditures, Balance Sheet, Cash Flow
Statement, Distribution of Cash, Comparison of Lease Rents, and a Three Year Comparative
Statement of Revenue and Expenses.
The financial statements for the Aquaculture Grant Fund are included here as Attachment 3.
The second request for reimbursement through the Sea Grant for $19,182 covering expenses
from June through December 2016 was reimbursed to the District in April.
Operational Disbursements
The accounts payable check registers for January through March are located after all the
financial statement documents as Attachment 4. The registers include a brief description of the
purpose for each check.
I have explained some of the major accounts payable check expenditures below. (Regular
payments such as monthly service contracts, utilities, legal services, etc. are not shown below
as they are recurring each month.):
January 2017 –
 Flooring 101 was paid $10,390 on the 1/12/17 for flooring in two Village suites. An office
located at 1583 Spinnaker (Boatyard Pub building) and the Escape Room at 1591
Spinnaker.
 The Holly Workshop was paid $23,600 on 1/12/17 for the installation and removal of
Christmas decorations in the harbor.
 Marcos Ramos Painting was paid $8,495 on 1/12/17 for patching and painting 2 offices
suites in the Brophy Bros. building at 1559 Spinnaker and the painting of one of the
staircases located in the Le Petit building at 1591 Spinnaker.
 Rasmussen & Associates Inc. was paid $14,331.30 on 1/26/17 for architectural services for
the downsizing of the Dive Shop, ADA changes to the restrooms located in the Greek
restaurant and continued work on Phase 2 of the Village roofing project.
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 Ventura Harbor Storage was paid $11,869.92 on 1/26/17. This payment is for two months,
January and February. This lease is to be paid in advance each month. This double
payment brings the lease up to date.
February 2017 –
 Viola Inc. was paid $124,588 on 2/9/17 as a progress payment on the Village Carousel
courtyard and promenade improvements (Phase 3).
 Dept. of Parks and Recreation was paid $6,632 on 2/13/17 for their final billing on the 2016
summer lifeguard services at Harbor Cove Beach.
 Downtown Ventura Partners was paid $23,400 on 2/23/17 for advertising on the back panel
of the trolley, Big Belly Ads and the January-June 2017 trolley partnership agreement.
 RRM Design Group Inc. was paid $9,730 on 2/23/17, $9,600 for their continued work on the
accessibility improvements on the Village Phase 3 project around the Carousel courtyard
and $130 for the Village Phase 2 project.
 Rasmussen & Associates Inc. was paid $8,092 on 2/23/17 for inspection work on the Village
Phase 3 project around the Carousel courtyard, architectural services for the downsizing of
the Dive Shop, ADA changes to the restrooms located in the 1583 Spinnaker building
(Boatyard Pub building) and continued work on Phase 2 of the Village roofing project.
 Impact Sciences was paid $9,345 on 2/23/17 for their continued work on the Safe Harbor
Marinas-VIM dock replacement CEQA study and for WSP monitoring as required by
dredging regulations.
March 2017 –
 Viola Inc. was paid $132,721 on 3/3/17 as a progress payment on the Village Carousel
courtyard and promenade improvements (Phase 3).
 Ventura Toyota was paid three checks for $24,775 each on 3/3/17. Three maintenance
vehicles were purchased as approved in the current FY17 budget.
 Marcos Ramos Painting was paid $7,270 on 3/8/17 for window dry rot repairs on the west
side of 1559 Spinnaker (Brophy’s building) and painting one of the Island Packers suites.
 RRM Design Group Inc. was paid $8,220 on 3/23/17 for their continued work on the
accessibility improvements on the Village Phase 3 project around the Carousel courtyard.
 Impact Sciences was paid $10,322.50 on 3/23/17 for their continued work on the Safe
Harbor Marinas-VIM dock replacement CEQA study.
 Letner Roofing Co. was paid $65,557 on 3/23/17 for the final work and retention payment on
the roofing project at 1559 Spinnaker and 1449 Spinnaker (Brophy’s and Andria’s buildings).
Details reflecting purchases made through the District’s Chase Bank credit cards for January
through March 2017 are included as Attachment 5.
Payroll Disbursements
The District has 26 bi-weekly pay periods per year; ten months of the year will have two regular
payroll periods and two months will have three regular pay periods. The payroll for the month of
March is considerably higher than normal because it contains three regular payroll periods and
the quarterly accrued compensation hours pay-off run.
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FISCAL IMPACT:
The Statement of Income and Expenses reflects an increase of $2,162,659 in the ‘Changes in
Net Position’ for the period ended March 31, 2017. There was very little change in the net
position during the period January through March 2017.
ATTACHMENTS:
Attachment 1 – Resolution No. 3332
Attachment 2 – Statement of Income Expenses – Quarter Ended March 31, 2017
Attachment 3 – Aquaculture Fisheries Grant Fund Statement of Income Expenses
Attachment 4 – Accounts Payable Check Registers January – March 2017
Attachment 5 – Chase Credit Card Charges January – March 2017
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ATTACHMENT 1 39
Ventura Port District
Statement of Income and Expenses
For the Period Ended March 31, 2017
< - - - - - - - - Quarter (3 mos) - - - - - - - - > < - - - - - - - Year-to-Date - - - - - - - >
Budget Activity Variance Budget Activity Variance
OPERATING REVENUES
Parcel Lease Income $ 1,017,500 $ 1,028,649 $ 11,149 $ 3,797,000 $ 3,788,818 $ (8,182)
Dry Storage Income 26,000 29,478 3,478 84,000 91,542 7,542
Fisherman’s Storage 17,500 23,740 6,240 52,510 59,490 6,980
Parking Income 9,000 9,283 283 48,000 47,589 (411)
Miscellaneous Income/Rentals 3,795 2,175 (1,620) 42,335 53,680 11,345
Village Income
Harbor Village Lease Income 526,000 525,468 (532) 1,828,000 1,862,083 34,083
Commercial Fishing 46,400 57,541 11,141 193,100 203,647 10,547
Miscellaneous Income 1,345 1,460 115 4,235 6,009 1,774
Harbor Event Fees 8,625 1,101 (7,524) 25,875 17,844 (8,031)
Marketing Booth/Vendor Income 4,200 356 (3,844) 6,800 2,089 (4,711)
Co-Op Advert/Sponsorship 2,000 4,200 2,200 12,000 10,255 (1,745)
Merchants Promo Fund 23,700 25,097 1,397 71,300 74,330 3,030
Slip Rentals 216,000 216,823 823 662,500 663,369 869
Dock Electrical Income 10,500 10,302 (198) 24,000 23,791 (209)
C A M Income 76,260 84,804 8,544 228,780 253,537 24,757
Total Oper. Revenues $ 1,988,825 $ 2,020,477 $ 31,652 $ 7,080,435 $ 7,158,073 $ 77,638
OPERATING EXPENSES
Personnel Expenses
Salaries & Wages
Regular Salaries $ 573,455 $ 555,054 $ 18,401 $ 1,636,955 $ 1,580,902 $ 56,053
Part-time Help 19,655 24,738 (5,083) 56,155 53,618 2,537
Overtime Pay 19,000 26,181 (7,181) 52,250 59,728 (7,478)
Holiday Pay 11,125 10,484 641 31,625 25,370 6,255
Total Salaries & Wages $ 623,235 $ 616,457 $ 6,778 $ 1,776,985 $ 1,719,618 $ 57,367
Other personnel expenses
Retirement Contributions/Exp $ 128,045 $ 127,752 $ 293 $ 381,845 $ 373,243 $ 8,602
Payroll Taxes 10,660 12,919 (2,259) 30,945 31,573 (628)
Worker’s Comp Ins. 37,464 37,464 0 147,534 147,534 0
OPEB Liability 31,071 30,633 438 93,213 91,898 1,315
Medical & Life Ins. 68,238 66,863 1,375 204,714 197,949 6,765
Optional Benefit Plan 48,495 46,488 2,007 145,485 138,305 7,180
Uniforms & Tool Allowances 7,340 4,737 2,603 22,160 17,003 5,157
Total – Other Personnel Expenses $ 331,313 $ 326,856 $ 4,457 $ 1,025,896 $ 997,505 $ 28,391
Total Personnel Expenses $ 954,548 $ 943,313 $ 11,235 $ 2,802,881 $ 2,717,123 $ 85,758
Monthly Report
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ATTACHMENT 2 40
Ventura Port District
Statement of Income and Expenses
For the Period Ended March 31, 2017
< - - - - - - - Quarter (3 mos) - - - - - - - > < - - - - - - - Year-to-Date - - - - - - - >
Budget Activity Variance Budget Activity Variance
General Expenses
Advertising $ 3,000 $ 2,321 $ 679 $ 9,500 $ 9,178 $ 322
Leasing & Real Estate 4,260 4,499 (239) 12,780 11,109 1,671
Auto Mileage & Allowance 2,880 2,492 388 8,640 7,292 1,348
Auto/Boat Equip & Maint 23,895 14,810 9,085 71,735 41,624 30,111
Bad Debt 0 1,960 (1,960) 0 1,960 (1,960)
Bank Fees & Other Misc 3,875 2,033 1,842 11,625 6,433 5,192
Building Maintenance 63,000 50,250 12,750 195,170 176,676 18,494
Bldg Maint-Tenant Improvments 160,000 28,906 131,094 236,000 67,444 168,556
Accessibility Improvements 5,000 4,672 328 27,000 6,700 20,300
Communications 12,495 10,237 2,258 37,505 35,940 1,565
Conferences & Training 21,750 8,165 13,585 37,300 19,294 18,006
Dock Maint. & Repair 7,000 9,934 (2,934) 34,000 25,177 8,823
Village Enhancements 10,000 0 10,000 20,000 4,763 15,237
Equipment Rental 3,525 2,123 1,402 10,200 8,952 1,248
General Insurance 45,999 45,999 0 177,999 177,999 0
Grounds Maintenance 30,220 14,787 15,433 123,500 97,908 25,592
General Harbor Maintenance 100 51 49 2,800 2,679 121
Janitorial Supplies 11,745 9,616 2,129 40,735 32,403 8,332
Land/Building Rental Expense 17,500 17,805 (305) 52,510 53,729 (1,219)
Marketing & Promotions 58,050 59,527 (1,477) 195,930 170,987 24,943
Memberships & Subscriptions 415 (872) 1,287 20,060 19,245 815
Office Supplies & Equipment 10,150 7,018 3,132 29,000 21,531 7,469
Computer Equip & Supplies 6,000 0 6,000 18,500 6,047 12,453
Operating Supplies 15,860 9,512 6,348 48,880 31,169 17,711
Other Equipment & Repairs 11,125 23,245 (12,120) 30,725 41,640 (10,915)
Professional Services – Legal 43,500 55,720 (12,220) 184,500 196,261 (11,761)
Professional/Outside Services 100,600 69,008 31,592 349,300 259,127 90,173
Prof. Serv.-VSE Aquaculture 23,000 22,377 623 23,000 22,377 623
Utilities 80,665 70,172 10,493 279,125 249,771 29,354
Dredging Related Expenses 82,555 70,193 12,362 189,445 155,528 33,917
Total General Expenses $ 858,164 $ 616,560 $ 241,604 $ 2,477,464 $ 1,960,943 $ 516,521
Total Operating Expenses $ 1,812,712 $ 1,559,873 $ 252,839 $ 5,280,345 $ 4,678,066 $ 602,279
Oper. Income(Loss) Before Deprec.$ 176,113 $ 460,604 $ 284,491 $ 1,800,090 $ 2,480,007 $ 679,917
Depreciation $ 216,000 $ 211,908 $ 4,092 $ 648,000 $ 639,050 $ 8,950
Operating Income (Loss) $ (39,887) $ 248,696 $ 288,583 $ 1,152,090 $ 1,840,957 $ 688,867
Monthly Report
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ATTACHMENT 2 41
Ventura Port District
Statement of Income and Expenses
For the Period Ended March 31, 2017
< - - - - - - - Quarter (3 mos) - - - - - - - > < - - - - - - - Year-to-Date - - - - - - - >
Budget Activity Variance Budget Activity Variance
NON-OPERATING REVENUES
General
Investment Income (Loss) $ 6,250 $ 22,747 $ 16,497 $ 18,750 $ 59,208 $ 40,458
Tax Income 8,000 16,857 8,857 641,000 677,665 36,665
Intergov’t Revenue 0 0 0 0 13,348 13,348
Total General Non-Oper. Income $ 14,250 $ 39,604 $ 25,354 $ 659,750 $ 750,221 $ 90,471
Special Funding
DBAW Grants-Launch Ramp $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0
City of Ventura 0 0 0 0 1,133 1,133
Total Special Funding $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 0 $ 1,133 $ 1,133
TOTAL NON-OPER. REVENUES $ 14,250 $ 39,604 $ 25,354 $ 659,750 $ 751,354 $ 91,604
NON-OPERATING EXPENSES
Interest Expense $ 220,665 $ 218,974 $ 1,691 $ 433,355 $ 429,652 $ 3,703
Total Non-Oper. Expenses $ 220,665 $ 218,974 $ 1,691 $ 433,355 $ 429,652 $ 3,703
Non-Operationing Income (Loss) $ (206,415) $ (179,370) $ 27,045 $ 226,395 $ 321,702 $ 95,307
CHANGES IN NET POSITION $ (246,302) $ 69,326 $ 315,628 $ 1,378,485 $ 2,162,659 $ 784,174
Monthly Report
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ATTACHMENT 2 42
Supplementary Notes to the Statement of Income and Expense for the quarter ending March 31, 2017 –
Budget to Actual Analysis.

Staff makes an attempt to follow seasonal patterns when distributing the annual budget by month whenever it is
feasibly possible. Many line items are divided equally through the year.
Operating Income:
Parcel Lease Income – (under budget 8,182) This category reflects the cumulative balance for master tenants
rents. The variance continues to be in the monthly budget allocation not in the actual rent received from the
tenants. The quarter ending 3/31/17 shows an overage of $11,149 indicating that the budget variance is
shrinking. The lease comparison report continues to indicate the master tenant rents are performing as expected
in my annual budget analysis.
Miscellaneous Income/Rentals – (exceeds budget $11,345) The budget was completed before I was aware that
HBE requested to extend their lease to use parcel 19A parking lot while they continue construction on Community
Memorial Hospital. The contract with HBE ended in November and it was decided by staff not to make a mid-year
adjustment in this category. The quarter ending 3/31/17 is slightly under budget by $1,620.
Harbor Village Lease Income – (exceeds budget $34,083) This category includes retail, restaurant, offices and
charters located in the Village. The quarter ending 3/31/17 is right on target.
Commercial Fishing – (over budget $10,547) Squid offloading continued through January resulting in an
overage of $11,141 for the quarter ending 3/31/17. This budget is always reduced beginning with the month of
January because in the past squid offloading is finished by December.
Event Fees – (under budget $8,031) This category is difficult to budget and has been allocated evenly over
twelve months. There was very little harbor event activity for January through March so the quarter is under
budget by $7,524.
Slip Rentals – (exceeds budget $869) The Village Marina continues to have a good occupancy during the quarter
ended 3/31/17.
CAM Income – (exceeds budget $24,757) This variance is due to a few reasons. The 805 Bar & Grill CAM
charge was in advertently left off of the budget worksheet therefore not included in the budget, a few tenants had
an increase in their CAM charge during the year that was not reflected in the budget and the Ultimate Escape
Room began paying rent sooner than was anticipated in the budget.
Operating Expenses:
Personnel Expenses – (under budget $85,758)
 Salaries and wages were under budget by $57,367. As with the previous year, the budget includes
contingencies for MOU obligations, vacation buyouts, shift coverages, and merit increases. These
contingencies were spread out equally over all the pay periods. Another factor contributing to wages
being under budget is that Marketing was short a fulltime employee for about five months thereby
reducing her wage expenses. This vacant position was filled in February. The overtime wages is over
budget in two departments, Maintenance and Patrol. Both departments are experiencing unexpected
shift coverage needs.
 The other personnel expense categories are under budget by $28,391. This variance continues to be
primarily in retirement contributions. The retirement contributions are affected by merit increases in
wages that have not been implemented. The actual expenses in the medical & life insurance and the
optional benefit plan categories are affected by the position vacancies in Patrol, Maintenance and the
temporary vacancy Marketing experienced earlier in the year.
ATTACHMENT 2 43
Supplementary Notes to Statement of Income and Expenses Continued for the quarter ending March 31,
2017 – Budget to Actual Analysis
Auto/Boat Equip & Maintenance – (under budget $30,111) About $9,000 of this variance is reflected in the
period January thru March. Approximately $19,000 of this variance is related to boat maintenance and boat fuel.
Boat fuel is under budget $10,000. It is expected that some of this will be used in the next three months as the
summer approaches and the harbor is busier. All except $90,000 in this line item for the year has been allocated
evenly over twelve months for all departments. The $90,000 budgeted for major boat maintenance has been
applied to June 2017 and is dependent upon the District being awarded a grant for boat motors and other
equipment. At this time, the grant has been approved and the Harbormaster is moving forward on the acquisition
of the boat motors. The maintenance vehicle expense is under budget as it has not yet been necessary to use
the contingency that is built into the budget for unexpected vehicle problems.
Building Maint.-Tenant Improvements – (under budget $168,556) Tenant improvements were budgeted to
begin in November on the Dive Shop and the BS Tap Room was budgeted to begin in March. The scheduled
improvements have begun for the Dive Shop but the BS Tap Room will begin more towards the summer and into
next fiscal year.
Accessibility Improvements – (under budget $20,300) The majority of the accessibility improvements that are
currently being worked on are being accomplished through capital improvement projects not through this expense
account. The quarter ended 3/31/17 is in line with the budget
Grounds Maintenance – (under budget $25,592) It is anticipated these funds will be used to repair/replace
pavers in the planters at the beaches and to repair planters/landscaping in the Village as a result of the
construction now in progress.
Marketing and Promotions – (under budget $24,943) Marketing’s monthly expenditures can vary greatly from
the monthly budget distribution based on many factors. This variance continues to be primarily in the advertising
category during the first quarter of the fiscal year. The second quarter (Oct-Dec) was very close to budget. The
third quarter (Jan-Mar) begins using the advertising funds. Marketing is over budget $1,477 for the third quarter.
The advertising category has been allocated evenly over twelve months.
Equipment & Repairs – (over $10,915) This variance is primarily due to one elevator repair. The 1567 Spinnaker
elevator used to access Margarita Villa was $9,400. Our Facilities Manager was able to negotiate the cost of this
repair down to the $9,400. This unforeseen repair is above normal maintenance contracts and routine repairs for
the elevators.
Professional Services/Legal – (over budget $11,761) This increase to legal expenses is related to the review
and analysis of developers and their proposed projects for parcels 5 & 8.
Professional Services/Outside Services – (under budget $90,173) This variance primarily reflects $30,000 in
the maintenance department and $47,000 in the administration department. There is approximately $14,000
budgeted for boat salvage and $15,000 to remove debris from parcels 15, 16 & 18. Harbormaster John Higgins
has been able to keep the salvage costs down and the District did not have to remove any debris from parcel 15,
16 &18. The cost for these two items was not adjusted during the mid-year budget review. The administration
budget has approximately $15,000 in real estate consultants and brokers fees that have not been utilized to date.
There are also contingent engineering services of $23,000 that have not been utilized to date. These are
engineering costs that may come up that are not related to projects already identified elsewhere in the budget.
The professional services for the admin department are allocated evenly over the twelve months.
ATTACHMENT 2 44
Supplementary Notes to Statement of Income and Expenses Continued for the quarter ending March 31,
2017 – Budget to Actual Analysis
Utilities – (under budget $29,354) This category consists of water, electricity, gas and trash expenses. Electrical
expense represents the largest portion of this variance. Water and electric usage is affected in part by having
less squid boats in the harbor this season. Trash services were increased in July/August to accommodate
increased activity in the Village. $11,205 of the year-to-date variance is attributed to the second quarter (OctDec)
when squid offloading is generally at its peak and $10,493 of the year-to-date variance is attributed to the
third quarter (Jan-Mar). The water usage continues to be lower than in previous years.
 Water is under budget by $16,234,
 Electricity is under budget by $22,145,
 Gas is over budget by $371 and
 Trash exceeds budget by $8,654.
Dredging Related Expenses – (under budget $33,917) This variance is in regulatory testing as required for
dredging. Some years the regulators do not require as much testing. Dredging started later this year so there is
still a chance that some of these funds will be used.
Non-operating Revenue:

Investment Income – (exceeds budget $40,458) This budget item is very conservative. The fair market value of
the Stifel investment remained fairly constant and was cashed out upon it’s maturity in February, The investment
rate earned through LAIF continues to be significantly higher than anticipated.
Tax Income – (exceeds budget $36,665) This budget item is also a conservative estimate. It represents the
District’s pro-rata share of the Ventura County property tax assessments collected.
ATTACHMENT 2 45
Ventura Port District
Budget Analysis – Current Year and Prior Year
For the Period Ended March 31, 2017
Current Year Current Year Current Year Prior Year Prior Year Prior Year
Annual YTD Remaining Annual YTD Remaining
Budget Activity Budget % Budget Activity Budget %
INCOME
Operating Income
Parcel Lease Income 4,540,000 3,788,818 751,182 17 3,095,000 2,459,026 635,974 21
Dry Storage Income 110,000 91,542 18,458 17 97,000 83,292 13,708 14
Fisherman’s Storage 70,000 59,490 10,510 15 76,500 52,170 24,330 32
Parking Income 70,000 47,589 22,411 32 65,000 55,022 9,978 15
Miscellaneous Income/Rentals 46,000 53,680 (7,680) (17) 71,500 66,656 4,844 7
Village Income
Harbor Village Lease Income 2,355,000 1,862,083 492,917 21 2,330,000 1,768,788 561,212 24
Commercial Fishing 230,000 203,647 26,353 11 215,000 152,564 62,436 29
Miscellaneous Income 5,500 6,009 (509) (9) 6,000 4,615 1,385 23
Harbor Event Fees 34,500 17,844 16,656 48 40,500 29,605 10,895 27
Marketing Booth/Vendor Income 7,500 2,089 5,411 72 10,000 13,548 (3,548) (35)
Co-Op Advert/Sponsorship 14,000 10,255 3,745 27 16,500 14,485 2,015 12
Merchants Promo Fund 95,000 74,330 20,670 22 90,000 65,344 24,656 27
Slip Rentals 880,000 663,369 216,631 25 900,000 667,026 232,974 26
Dock Electrical Income 30,000 23,791 6,209 21 26,000 24,895 1,105 4
C A M Income 305,000 253,537 51,463 17 295,000 228,215 66,785 23
Total Operating Income $ 8,792,500 $ 7,158,073 $ 1,634,427 19 % $ 7,334,000 $ 5,685,251 $ 1,648,749 22 %
Non-operating Income
Investment Income (Loss) 25,000 59,208 (34,208) (137) 30,000 33,212 (3,212) (11)
Tax Income 1,090,000 677,665 412,335 38 1,030,000 646,409 383,591 37
Intergov’t Revenue 0 13,348 (13,348) 0 0 14,219 (14,219) 0
DBAW Grants-Misc 24,000 0 24,000 100 15,500 0 15,500 100
DBAW Grant-Equipment 55,000 0 55,000 100 59,500 0 59,500 100
City of Ventura 0 1,133 (1,133) 0 30,000 51,944 (21,944) (73)
Total Non-Oper. Income $ 1,194,000 $ 751,354 $ 442,646 37 % $ 1,165,000 $ 745,784 $ 419,216 36 %
TOTAL INCOME $ 9,986,500 $ 7,909,427 $ 2,077,073 21 % $ 8,499,000 $ 6,431,035 $ 2,067,965 24 %
EXPENSES
Personnel Expenses
Salaries & Wages 2,310,000 1,719,618 590,382 26 2,314,500 1,726,099 588,401 25
Retirement Contributions 500,500 373,243 127,257 25 506,500 369,825 136,675 27
Payroll Taxes 40,500 31,573 8,927 22 44,500 31,404 13,096 29
Worker’s Comp Ins. 185,000 147,534 37,466 20 171,000 171,000 0 0
OPEB Liability 124,280 91,898 32,382 26 123,922 92,907 31,015 25
Medical & Life Ins. 273,000 197,949 75,051 27 262,500 190,412 72,088 27
Optional Benefit Plan 194,000 138,305 55,695 29 194,000 144,807 49,193 25
Uniforms & Tool Allowances 30,500 17,003 13,497 44 35,000 22,241 12,759 36
Total Personnel Expenses $ 3,657,780 $ 2,717,123 $ 940,657 26 % $ 3,651,922 $ 2,748,695 $ 903,227 25 %
Monthly Report
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ATTACHMENT 2 46
Ventura Port District
Budget Analysis – Current Year and Prior Year
For the Period Ended March 31, 2017
Current Year Current Year Current Year Prior Year Prior Year Prior Year
Annual YTD Remaining Annual YTD Remaining
Budget Activity Budget % Budget Activity Budget %
EXPENSES CONTINUED
General Expenses
Advertising 11,000 9,178 1,822 17 10,000 6,467 3,533 35
Leasing & Real Estate 17,000 11,109 5,891 35 17,000 8,075 8,925 53
Auto Mileage & Allowance 11,500 7,292 4,208 37 13,500 7,142 6,358 47
Auto/Boat Equip & Maint 189,500 41,624 147,876 78 201,500 56,732 144,768 72
Bad Debt 25,000 1,960 23,040 92 25,000 425 24,575 98
Bank Fees & Other Misc 15,500 6,433 9,067 58 15,500 7,190 8,310 54
Building Maintenance 258,000 176,676 81,324 32 243,000 122,681 120,319 50
Bldg Maint-Tenant Improvments 500,000 67,444 432,556 87 285,000 278,810 6,190 2
Accessibility Improvements 60,000 6,700 53,300 89 800,000 335,827 464,173 58
Communications 50,000 35,940 14,060 28 43,000 36,066 6,934 16
Conferences & Training 59,000 19,294 39,706 67 59,500 21,009 38,491 65
Dock Maint. & Repair 44,500 25,177 19,323 43 49,000 13,697 35,303 72
Village Enhancements 30,000 4,763 25,237 84 35,000 19,210 15,790 45
Equipment Rental 21,500 8,952 12,548 58 18,500 17,612 888 5
General Insurance 224,000 177,999 46,001 21 260,000 209,502 50,498 19
Grounds Maintenance 154,000 97,908 56,092 36 111,000 102,298 8,702 8
General Harbor Maintenance 4,000 2,679 1,321 33 4,000 2,554 1,446 36
Janitorial Supplies 57,000 32,403 24,597 43 60,500 30,125 30,375 50
Land/Building Rental Expense 70,000 53,729 16,271 23 76,500 52,170 24,330 32
Marketing & Promotions 285,000 170,987 114,013 40 291,500 198,340 93,160 32
Memberships & Subscriptions 23,000 19,245 3,755 16 21,500 18,415 3,085 14
Office Supplies & Equipment 39,500 21,531 17,969 45 38,000 25,805 12,195 32
Computer Equip & Supplies 23,000 6,047 16,953 74 12,500 11,821 679 5
Operating Supplies 65,000 31,169 33,831 52 69,500 30,855 38,645 56
Other Equipment & Repairs 42,000 41,640 360 1 46,000 38,179 7,821 17
Professional Services – Legal 225,000 196,261 28,739 13 245,000 188,829 56,171 23
Professional/Outside Services 498,500 281,504 216,996 44 413,000 249,344 163,656 40
Utilities 378,000 249,771 128,229 34 411,500 240,053 171,447 42
Dredging Related Expenses 236,000 155,528 80,472 34 335,000 295,232 39,768 12
Total General Expenses $ 3,616,500 $ 1,960,943 $ 1,655,557 46 % $ 4,211,000 $ 2,624,465 $ 1,586,535 38 %
Non-Operating Expenses
Interest Expense 440,000 429,652 10,348 2 650,710 644,166 6,544 1
Bond Issuance Cost 0 0 0 0 135,600 40,000 95,600 71
Total Non-oper. Expenses $ 440,000 $ 429,652 $ 10,348 2 % $ 786,310 $ 684,166 $ 102,144 13 %
TOTAL EXPENSES $ 7,714,280 $ 5,107,718 $ 2,606,562 34 % $ 8,649,232 $ 6,057,326 $ 2,591,906 30 %
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ATTACHMENT 2 47
Ventura Port District
Budget Analysis – Current Year and Prior Year
For the Period Ended March 31, 2017
Current Year Current Year Current Year Prior Year Prior Year Prior Year
Annual YTD Remaining Annual YTD Remaining
Budget Activity Budget Budget Activity Budget
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS / EQUIPMENT
Assets-Telephone System 0 11,194 (11,194) 0 0 0
Automotive 160,000 74,326 85,674 40,000 0 40,000
Assets -Fish Pier Crane/Hoist 0 0 0 102,000 96,144 5,856
Assets-Harbor Entry Feature 60,000 26,125 33,875 0 0 0
Asset- Schooner Entry Signage 0 0 0 13,200 0 13,200
Building Improve-Replace Window 130,000 2,162 127,838 90,000 7,757 82,243
Parking Lot Repairs 200,000 133,922 66,078 100,000 83,059 16,941
Assets Village roof system 615,000 130,373 484,627 630,000 516,019 113,981
Assets-1591 Elevator Refurbish 105,000 0 105,000 0 0 0
Assets-Vlg Parkinglot Trash Enclo 50,000 0 50,000 0 1,314 (1,314)
Assets-1691 Elevator Refurbish 0 0 0 98,000 94,962 3,038
Assets-1691 Spinnaker Roof Repa 0 0 0 120,000 1,788 118,212
Village Concrete Improvements 0 9,147 (9,147) 0 0 0
Carousel Courtyard/Promenade R 1,675,000 518,036 1,156,964 0 4,848 (4,848)
Assets-VHV Marina Part G&H Doc 125,000 5,244 119,756 50,000 0 50,000
Total Capital Improvements $ 3,120,000 $ 910,529 $ 2,209,471 $ 1,243,200 $ 805,891 $ 437,309
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ATTACHMENT 2 48
Ventura Port District
Balance Sheet
For the Period Ended March 31, 2017
CURRENT ASSETS CURRENT LIABILITIES
Cash in Banks 4,351,977 Accounts Payable 504,897
Accounts Receivable 416,933 Accrued Interest Payable 159,176
Intercompany Receivable-Grant Fund 72,000 Current Portion of Long Term Debt 825,000
Notes Receivable 377 Current Portion OPEB Liability 12,144
Taxes Receivable 42,716 Accrued Liabilities 51,718
Interest Receivable 22,757 Current Portion of Compensated Absences 175,518
Prepaid Expenses 168,389 TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES $1,728,453
Inventory of supplies 43,070
TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS $5,118,219 LONG TERM DEBT
ltd – Notes Payable 12,200,500
RESTRICTED ASSETS TOTAL LONG TERM DEBT $12,200,500
Cash – Dredging 3,013,828
Cash – Improvement 5,383,862 OTHER LIABILITIES
Cash – Fisheries Complex 115,548 OPEB Liability-Long Term 591,053
TOTAL RESTRICTED ASSETS $8,513,238 Compensated Absences-Long Term 72,454
Net Pension Liability 2,735,639
FIXED ASSETS Unearned Revenue 146,833
Land 2,342,629 Security Deposits 282,855
Harbor Improvements 35,216,420 TOTAL OTHER LIABILITIES $3,828,834
Equipment 1,649,781
39,208,830 TOTAL LIABILITIES $17,757,787
Accumulated depreciation (15,940,955)
NET FIXED ASSETS $23,267,875
EQUITY
OTHER ASSETS Contributed Capital 4,632,128
Investments-Unrestricted Reserves 0 Retained Earnings-Reserved 645,536
TOTAL OTHER ASSETS $0 Retained Earnings- Unreserved 11,887,566
Current Year Retained Earnings 2,162,659
TOTAL EQUITY $19,327,889
TOTAL ASSETS $36,899,332
DEFERRED OUTFLOWS OF RESOURCES
Deferred amount on refundings 274,702 DEFERRED INFLOW OF RESOURCES
Deferred amount on pension plan 388,180 Deferred amount from pension plan 476,538
TOTAL DEFERRED OUTFLOWS OF RESOURCES $662,882 TOTAL DEFERRED INFLOW OF RESOURCES $476,538
TOTAL ASSETS AND DEFERRED TOTAL LIABILITIES, EQUITY, AND
OUTFLOWS OF RESOURCES $37,562,214 DEFERRED INFLOW OF RESOURCES $37,562,214
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ATTACHMENT 2 49
Ventura Port District
Cashflow Statement
As of March 31, 2017
Enterprise Fund (Includes Grant Fund)
Operating Income 7,158,073
Non-Operating Income 770,537
Total Income $ 7,928,610
Operating Expenses 5,350,606
Non-Operating Expenses 429,652
Total Expenses $ 5,780,258
Change in Net Position-Accrual Basis $ 2,148,352
Cashflows for Capital and Financing Activities:
Principle paid on debt (824,700)
Deferred amount on refundings 19,926
Acquisitions/Retirements of Capital Assets (910,534)
Net Cash provided (used) by Capital & Financing (1,715,308) $
Operating Income Adjustments:
Depreciation 639,050
(Increase)decrease in receivables 32,841
(Increase)decrease in prepaid Items 186,148
Increase(decrease) in payables 287,059
Increase(decrease) in unearned revenue (53,072)
Increase (decrease) in tenant deposits 106,708
Net Cash provided by Operating Activities $ 1,198,734
NET Increase (Decrease) in Cash 1,631,778 $
Add: Beginning Cash 7/1/16 $ 11,277,028
Ending Cash at 03/31/17 $ 12,908,806
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ATTACHMENT 2 50
Ventura Port District
Distribution of Cash as of
March 31, 2017
Enterprise Fund Current
Balance
Cash
Cash on Hand (undeposited) 1,307
Cash in Checking (Wells Fargo Bank) 118,129
Cash in County Treasury 16,926
Total Cash Available for Normal Operations $ 136,362
Investments Unrestricted Reserves
Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) 4,215,614
Total Investments Unrestricted Reserves $ 4,215,614
Dredging Reserves
Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) 3,013,828
Total Dredging Reserves $ 3,013,828
Capital Improvement Reserves
Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) 5,383,862
Total Capital Improvement Reserves $ 5,383,862
Fisheries Complex Reserves
Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) 115,547
Total Fisheries Complex Reserves $ 115,547
Aquaculture Grant Funds
Cash in Checking (Wells Fargo Bank) 43,593
Total Aquaculture Grant Funds $ 43,593
TOTAL CASH AND INVESTMENTS $ 12,908,806
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ATTACHMENT 2 51
Ventura Port District
Comparison of Lease Rent
Year to Date Year to Date
Ended Ended Increase
3/31/2017 3/31/2016 (Decrease)
Parcel Leases
Ventura Harbor Marine Assoc 135,696 143,448 (7,752) -5%
Dave’s Fuel Dock 8,008 8,400 (392) -5%
Sheraton 4 Points-Harbortown 362,029 334,460 27,569 8%
Harbortown Point 70,725 71,939 (1,214) -2%
Oceans West Marina 228,524 216,044 12,480 6%
Ventura Isle Marina 500,573 516,982 (16,409) -3%
Ventura Marina Mobile Park 329,713 326,460 3,253 1%
Ventura West Marina 381,030 372,957 8,073 2%
Ventura Yacht Club 91,047 89,262 1,785 2%
Vta Harbor Boatyard 322,723 329,074 (6,351) -2%
Portside Partners Ventura Harbor 156,250 50,000 106,250 213%
Total Parcel Lease 2,586,318 2,459,026 127,292 5%
Appreciation rent & Option Fee 1,202,500 – 1,202,500
Total Parcel Leases 3,788,818 2,459,026 1,329,792 54%
Ventura Harbor Village
Retail Rents 370,938 327,101 43,837 13%
Restaurant Rents 769,707 739,966 29,741 4%
Office Rents 461,952 450,867 11,085 2%
Charters 259,486 250,854 8,632 3%
Total Village 1,862,083 1,768,788 93,295 5%
Commercial Fishing 203,647 152,564 51,083 33%
TOTAL 5,854,548 4,380,378 1,474,170 34%
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ATTACHMENT 2 52
Ventura Port District
Three Year Comparative
For the Current Quarter and Year to Date
Quarter Ending March 31st Year-To-Date March 31st
2014-15 2015-16 Current 2014-15 2015-16 Current
% change
FY15-16 to
Current Yr
Operating Income
Parcel Leases 884,898 981,417 1,028,649 2,306,982 2,459,026 2,588,818 5%
Option Fee 1,200,000
Dry Storage 20,697 29,100 29,478 62,934 83,292 91,542 10%
Other Operating 40,848 35,813 35,198 162,745 174,198 160,759 -8%
Harbor Village Leases 505,366 527,899 525,468 1,705,064 1,768,788 1,862,083 5%
Commercial Fishing 41,826 30,588 57,541 208,395 152,564 203,647 33%
Slips 219,565 207,701 216,823 646,297 667,026 663,369 -1%
CAM 65,312 78,929 84,804 209,865 228,215 253,537 11%
Marketing 20,871 22,547 25,097 65,227 65,344 74,330 14%
Electrical Slips 9,355 9,693 10,302 23,285 24,895 23,791 -4%
Other Operating 16,430 11,927 7,117 65,342 61,903 36,197 -42%
Total Operating Income 1,825,168 1,935,614 2,020,477 5,456,136 5,685,251 7,158,073 26%
Operating Expenses
Harbor Patrol 297,733 280,719 286,891 879,353 921,871 881,437 -4%
Maintenance 266,975 440,689 289,689 831,101 1,341,912 855,565 -36%
Administration 421,529 406,035 459,491 1,301,749 1,352,552 1,395,585 3%
Marina 180,223 162,032 167,001 494,408 489,456 493,757 1%
C A M 212,896 183,662 173,432 591,328 616,951 582,539 -6%
Marketing 108,520 124,021 113,176 347,797 355,186 313,655 -12%
Dredging 86,795 200,823 70,193 176,738 295,232 155,528 -47%
Total Operating Expenses 1,574,671 1,797,981 1,559,873 4,622,474 5,373,160 4,678,066 -13%
NET OPERATING INCOME 250,497 137,633 460,604 833,662 312,091 2,480,007 695%
Non-operating Income
Interest 19,748 22,902 22,747 30,137 33,212 59,208
Taxes 14,176 17,185 16,857 588,795 646,409 677,665
Other 10,804 97,444 – 28,718 97,444 14,481
Total Non-operating Income 44,728 137,531 39,604 647,650 777,065 751,354 -3%
Non-Operating Expenses
Depreciation 246,921 242,442 211,908 736,531 722,752 639,050
Debt Service 219,754 207,182 218,974 672,360 644,166 429,652
Transfer to Grant Fund – (18,000) – – – –
Other – 40,000 – – 40,000 –
Total Non-operating Expenses 466,675 471,624 430,882 1,408,891 1,406,918 1,068,702 -24%
NET NON-OPER. INCOME (421,947) (334,093) (391,278) (761,241) (629,853) (317,348)
NET CHANGE IN POSITION (171,450) (196,460) 69,326 72,421 (317,762) 2,162,659 -781%
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ATTACHMENT 2 53
INCOME
VSE Grant Reimbursment 19,183
Total Income 19,183
EXPENSES
Legal-VSE Grant 2,420
Professional Services 31,070
Total Expenses 33,490
CHANGE IN NET POSITION (14,307)
Ventura Port District
Aquaculture Fisheries Study Grant Fund
Statement of Income, Expense and Change in Net Position
For the Period Ended March 31, 2017
Monthly Report
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ATTACHMENT 3 54
Ventura Port District
Aquaculture Fisheries Study Grant Fund
Balance Sheet
For the Period Ended March 31, 2017
CURRENT ASSETS CURRENT LIABILITIES
Cash in Banks 43,593 Accounts Payable 5,523
Accounts Receivable-Grant 19,183 Intercompany Payable-Enterprise Fund 72,000
TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS $62,776 TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES $77,523
LONG TERM ASSETS EQUITY
Long Term Assets 0 Retained Earnings-Reserved (440)
TOTAL LONG TERM ASSETS 0 Current Year Retained Earnings (14,307)
TOTAL EQUITY ($14,747)
TOTAL ASSETS $62,776 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY $62,776
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ATTACHMENT 3 55
Ventura Port District 3/28/2017
Wells Fargo Enterprise Fund
Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
45257 01/06/17 8202 VCE Services, Inc. Inspection of concrete spalling on fish pier truck loading area 330.00
45258 01/12/17 1036 Accurate First Aid Services Replenish first aid stations 322.50
45259 01/12/17 1045 ADT Security Services NPS Alarm monitoring 179.85
45260 01/12/17 1058 Advantage Telecom Inc District phone system/internet 319.71
45261 01/12/17 1060 AFLAC Salary reduction benefit 487.35
45262 01/12/17 1178 American Office Products Office supplies 52.82
45263 01/12/17 1378 BC Tree Service Inc Village tree trimming 600.00
45264 01/12/17 1440 Beacon Marine Chandlery Inc Operating supplies 36.05
45265 01/12/17 1492 Big Brand Tire Company Maintenance vehicle-tires and Patrol vehicle oil 416.69
45266 01/12/17 1676 Carquest Auto Parts Vehicle maintenance 217.69
45267 01/12/17 1725 CED (Consolidated Electrical Distributers) Misc. shop supplies-19A parking lights 185.63
45268 01/12/17 1762 Canon Financial Services Copier lease for VPD Headquarters and Village office 974.82
45269 01/12/17 1915 Cintas Corp Uniform rental/cleaning, door mats, rags 1,317.19
45270 01/12/17 1925 City Of S. Buenaventura Trash service 100.00
45271 01/12/17 2099 Custom Embroidery Uniform 77.38
45272 01/12/17 2202 Dave’s Harbor Patrol boat fuel 1,056.89
45273 01/12/17 2331 Dial Security Inc Dockmaster/security coverage and POL coverage 2,262.50
45274 01/12/17 2446 DocuProducts Copier maintenance fees 343.04
45275 01/12/17 2604 E.J. Harrison & Sons Inc. Trash service 6,668.56
45276 01/12/17 2935 Farmer Bros. Co Coffee supplies 214.40
45277 01/12/17 2986 Ferguson Enterprises Inc. Operating supplies 32.13
45278 01/12/17 3100 Flooring 101 Escape Room TI and an office suite upstairs Greek building 10,390.00
45279 01/12/17 3490 Grainger Inc. Restroom door hardware/operating supplies 1,436.06
45280 01/12/17 3491 The Greek Mediterranean Steak VPD POL party 800.00
45281 01/12/17 3492 Green Thumb International Landscaping tools 106.60
45282 01/12/17 3592 Hansen’s Plumbing, Inc. VPD Office sink clog 728.71
45283 01/12/17 3781 The Holly Workshop Harbor seasonal décor setup/take down 23,600.00
45284 01/12/17 3967 Island Packers VPD POL party 3,000.00
45285 01/12/17 4057 Health & Human Resource Center Employee Assistance Program (EAP) 177.14
45286 01/12/17 4247 Jani-King of CA Inc. Janitorial Service in Village 5,375.22
45287 01/12/17 4742 Kratos Construction Lighting repairs-fisheries, Brophy’s, NPS buildings 1,140.00
45288 01/12/17 5016 Lowes ** Voided ** Check stub used to list invoices –
45289 01/12/17 5016 Lowe’s Miscellaneous operating supplies 1,343.22
45290 01/12/17 5165 Magnum Fence And Security Inc Fisheries trash enclosure repairs 2,160.00
45291 01/12/17 5210 McCormix Corp. Fuel for maintenance vehicles 751.44
45292 01/12/17 5213 McMaster-Carr Operating supplies 220.09
45293 01/12/17 5505 Muzicraft Inc. Ambient music in Village 329.50
Accounts Payable Check Register – January 2017
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Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – January 2017
45294 01/12/17 5625 ReadyRefresh Bottled water service 90.46
45295 01/12/17 5945 Office Depot Credit Plan Office supplies 244.68
45296 01/12/17 6178 PERS Long Term Care Program Salary reduction benefit 224.37
45297 01/12/17 6284 Peace Officers Research Assoc. Salary reduction benefit 114.00
45298 01/12/17 6361 Pitney Bowes Postage meter lease/Vlg office 34.56
45299 01/12/17 6850 R P Barricade Event production-POL fireworks safety 81.66
45300 01/12/17 6865 Rasmussen & Associates Inc Dive shop, Village roof project, & Greek ADA review-Nov 7,007.45
45301 01/12/17 7000 Richard W. Parsons Dredging/Project Management services 8,888.00
45302 01/12/17 7210 SEIU Local 721 Union dues for Harbor Patrolmen 234.52
45303 01/12/17 7240 AT&T Elevator emergency phone service 717.78
45304 01/12/17 7410 Smith Pipe & Supply Inc. Landscaping parts 146.62
45305 01/12/17 7411 Smogies Smog Shop Annual smog testing-maintenance vehicles 243.75
45306 01/12/17 7572 Standard Insurance Company Group Term Life/Long-term Disability 3,351.62
45307 01/12/17 7719 Teamsters Local No. 186 Union dues for Dockmasters 160.00
45308 01/12/17 7761 The Gas Company Utilities 850.98
45309 01/12/17 7768 ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corp Repairs to Margarita building elevator 727.60
45310 01/12/17 8233 Venco Power Sweeping, Inc Monthly Village parking lot / Fish Pier cleaning 545.38
45311 01/12/17 8251 Ventura Water Utilities 362.88
45312 01/12/17 8266 Ventura Harbor Marine Fuel Fuel for mobile power washer 28.92
45313 01/12/17 8453 Virtual Pacific Networks IT Services 3,320.00
45314 01/12/17 8501 Warren Distributing Inc. Vehicle maintenance 56.39
45315 01/12/17 8551 Williams Automotive Inc. Maintenance vehicle brake repairs 557.52
45316 01/12/17 12300 AT&T Business Services Fiber/Wi-Fi services VPD HDQ 159.76
45317 01/12/17 12945 Assurant Employee Benefits Dental insurance premiums 1,414.48
45318 01/12/17 15751 Bob’s Towing Service transport maintenance vehicle to auto shop 75.00
45319 01/12/17 20200 CoStar Realty Information, Inc Leasing marketing data software 911.71
45320 01/12/17 25351 Dudek VSE Aquaculture Grant 16.03
45321 01/12/17 40525 Impact Sciences, Inc Progress payment for VIM CEQA study services 2,835.00
45322 01/12/17 40851 Interstate Pole Industries Flag pole repairs 1,183.68
45323 01/12/17 43451 Jim McKewon Inc. Conceptual design – Carousel building 3,220.00
45324 01/12/17 50071 LoopNet Internet leasing advertising 334.95
45325 01/12/17 51731 Marcos Ramos Painting 2 office suites in Brophy building & staircase-Le Petit building 8,495.00
45326 01/12/17 61991 P & R Paper Supply Co. Janitorial supplies 2,128.01
45327 01/12/17 76012 Sunbelt Rentals, Inc. POL – Light towers 512.62
45328 01/12/17 76015 Sunridge Landscape Maint., Inc Harbor entry feature and weed abatement 1,880.00
45329 01/12/17 85219 West Marine Pro Miscellaneous boat supplies-spot lights 146.16
45330 01/12/17 PM OneTime Boatyard Pub Tenant credit refund 351.74
January 2017 Check register, Page 2 of 5
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Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – January 2017
45331 01/12/17 PM OneTime Robert Flinn Refund key deposit 25.00
45332 01/13/17 1108 Airgas Inc. Patrol-medical supplies-oxygen cylinders 228.60
45333 01/13/17 4411 John Collins Conference reimbursement 366.92
45334 01/13/17 5188 Matthew Bender & Co. Inc. Patrol-legal publications 238.13
45335 01/13/17 6201 Pamela Griffin Wellness program instructor 140.00
45336 01/13/17 8267 Ventura Harbor Marina & Yacht Operating supplies 8.32
45337 01/13/17 8534 HDS White Cap Const. Supply Operating supplies 140.12
45338 01/13/17 17685 California Assoc. for Local Economic Development – Annual membership 814.18
45339 01/18/17 44200 JV Custom Iron Deposit on handrail repairs-Brophy building 1,000.00
45340 01/26/17 1058 Advantage Telecom Inc District phone system/internet 897.47
45341 01/26/17 1178 American Office Products Office supplies 21.98
45342 01/26/17 1212 Anderson Custom Boats Patrol boat -plumbing repairs 636.04
45343 01/26/17 1625 Byrd Locksmithing Inc. Replace lock-men’s restroom-Carousel building 263.52
45344 01/26/17 1679 Carpi & Clay Washington lobbyist 5,000.00
45345 01/26/17 1725 CED (Consolidated Electrical Distributers) Misc. shop supplies 642.80
45346 01/26/17 1731 C.A.H.M.P.C. (CA Assoc. of Harbor Masters&Port Captains)-Annual membership 300.00
45347 01/26/17 1915 Cintas Corp Uniform rental/cleaning, door mats, rags 530.16
45348 01/26/17 1925 City Of S. Buenaventura Trash service 100.00
45349 01/26/17 2093 Cumulus Broadcasting Inc. Marketing-advertising 2,260.00
45350 01/26/17 2100 CyberCopy Inc. Bid set-Phase 3 269.75
45351 01/26/17 2174 Dan Harding Marketing – photography-videography-POL 1,035.00
45352 01/26/17 2202 Dave’s Harbor Patrol boat fuel 766.95
45353 01/26/17 2331 Dial Security Inc Dockmaster/security coverage 800.00
45354 01/26/17 2751 Empire Cleaning Supply Janitorial supplies 1,541.44
45355 01/26/17 2936 Fast Signs Marketing -Event production-tall ship & POL signage 112.88
45356 01/26/17 2986 Ferguson Enterprises Inc. Operating supplies 3.76
45357 01/26/17 3100 Flooring 101 TI-Escape room flooring 300.00
45358 01/26/17 3283 Gov’t Finance Officers Assoc. (GFOA) Accounting publications 125.00
45359 01/26/17 3454 Gold Coast Broadcasting Marketing-advertising 1,190.00
45360 01/26/17 3490 Grainger Inc. Hoist parts and parking lot lights 517.79
45361 01/26/17 3602 Happenings Magazine Marketing-advertising 526.00
45362 01/26/17 4742 Kratos Construction Fish pier electrical repairs 375.00
45363 01/26/17 4852 Lagerlof Senecal Gosney Legal services 15,258.75
45364 01/26/17 4939 Life-Assist Inc. Patrol – medical/safety supplies 87.72
45365 01/26/17 5071 Luners Production Services Marketing-Event production 252.63
45366 01/26/17 5155 Major Engineering Marine Inc Harbor Village Marina D dock repairs 4,850.00
45367 01/26/17 5231 Mendez Roofing Inc VPD HDQ-roof leak repair 1,000.00
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Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – January 2017
45368 01/26/17 5505 Muzicraft Inc. Ambient music in Village 329.50
45369 01/26/17 5995 Ojai Valley News Inc. Marketing-advertising 450.00
45370 01/26/17 6178 PERS Long Term Care Program Salary reduction benefit 224.37
45371 01/26/17 6409 Plauche & Carr Establish/research shellfish permitting process 3,107.50
45372 01/26/17 6414 Oxnard Convention & Visitors B Annual membership dues 750.00
45373 01/26/17 6440 Port Supply Boat supplies 277.81
45374 01/26/17 6470 LegalShield Salary reduction benefit 166.40
45375 01/26/17 6687 RRM Design Group Inc. Village-Phase 2 and Phase 3 projects 7,175.08
45376 01/26/17 6865 Rasmussen & Associates Inc Dive shop, Village roof project, & Greek ADA review-Dec 14,331.30
45377 01/26/17 7000 Richard W. Parsons Dredging/Project Management services 8,888.00
45378 01/26/17 7210 SEIU Local 721 Union dues for Harbor Patrolmen 217.76
45379 01/26/17 7221 SWRCB/AFRS-State Water Resources Control Board-Project permitting 120.00
45380 01/26/17 7294 Service-Pro Fire Protection Village quarterly fire sprinkler inspection and maintenance 1,358.96
45381 01/26/17 7296 Searle Creative Group Marketing-social media advertising/production 2,167.77
45382 01/26/17 7299 Seaworthy Marina Products Patrol boat supplies 289.19
45383 01/26/17 7434 Southern Calif. Edison ** Voided ** Check stub used to list invoices –
45384 01/26/17 7434 Southern Calif. Edison Utilities 12,142.84
45385 01/26/17 7572 Standard Insurance Company Group Term Life/Long-term Disability 3,225.90
45386 01/26/17 7719 Teamsters Local No. 186 Union dues for Dockmasters 160.00
45387 01/26/17 7777 The Signal Marketing-advertising 1,060.00
45388 01/26/17 8204 VACCO VPD HDQ-HVAC services 676.00
45389 01/26/17 8228 Ventana Monthly Marketing-advertising 495.00
45390 01/26/17 8233 Venco Power Sweeping, Inc Monthly Village parking lot / Fish Pier cleaning 545.38
45391 01/26/17 8239 Ventura County Reporter Marketing-advertising 475.00
45392 01/26/17 8244 Ventura Harbor Storage Fishermen’s storage/net repair area (2 mos) 11,869.92
45393 01/26/17 8263 Ventura Pest Control Village service 335.00
45394 01/26/17 8501 Warren Distributing Inc. Vehicle maintenance 46.58
45395 01/26/17 8530 White Nelson Diehl Evans LLP Progress payment June 2016 financial audit 500.00
45396 01/26/17 8531 Whisenhunt Communication Public relations services 2,878.35
45397 01/26/17 11415 Alertline Communications Elevator emergency phone service 630.00
45398 01/26/17 12945 Assurant Employee Benefits Dental insurance premiums 1,414.48
45399 01/26/17 20175 Complete Paperless Solutions Laserfiche support 400.00
45400 01/26/17 25351 Dudek VSE Aquaculture Grant 216.13
45401 01/26/17 51731 Marcos Ramos Painting VPD HDQ-touch up paint 325.00
45402 01/26/17 61911 Pace Communications Marketing-advertising 4,000.00
45403 01/26/17 61991 P & R Paper Supply Co. Janitorial supplies 516.34
45404 01/26/17 74343 Sommerville Associates Marketing public relations services 2,000.00
January 2017 Check register, Page 4 of 5
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Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – January 2017
45405 01/26/17 77050 TargetSolutions Learning Patrol safety training software 2,135.00
45406 01/26/17 82201 Valley Scene Magazine Marketing-advertising 640.00
45407 01/26/17 PM OneTime Chris Denker Refund key deposit 25.00
45408 01/26/17 PM OneTime Fabrizio Gruppioni Refund security deposit 720.67
45409 01/27/17 1915 Cintas Corp Uniform rental/cleaning, door mats, rags 473.54
45410 01/27/17 2331 Dial Security Inc Dockmaster/security coverage 400.00
45411 01/27/17 2604 E.J. Harrison & Sons Inc. Trash service 5,940.46
45412 01/27/17 3592 Hansen’s Plumbing, Inc. NPS restroom repair and 1559 restroom drain clear 1,402.00
45413 01/27/17 5190 Matilija Water Reverse osmosis water system 90.00
45414 01/27/17 7294 Service-Pro Fire Protection Annual inspection of Village docks 157.50
45415 01/27/17 8241 Ventura County Star Marketing-advertising-POL and classified job ad 2,756.15
45416 01/27/17 42471 JaniTek Cleaning Solutions Janitorial service for National Park Service Offices 1,221.00
45417 01/27/17 75910 Stringer Appliance Repair, Inc Commercial cloths dryer repair at 1691 laundry room 258.31
Total Check Register $ 262,017.56 $ –
Wells Fargo Grant Fund
Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
1029 01/12/17 25351 Dudek VSE Aquaculture Grant 178.27
1030 01/26/17 25351 Dudek VSE Aquaculture Grant 2,401.39
Bank Account Totals Total Check Register $ 2,579.66 -$
January 2017 Check register, Page 5 of 5
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Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
45511 02/23/17 6030 3Digit Media Marketing-advertising 1,243.00
45479 02/23/17 1036 Accurate First Aid Services Replenish first aid stations 266.03
45480 02/23/17 1058 Advantage Telecom Inc District phone system/internet 906.91
45421 02/09/17 1060 AFLAC Salary reduction benefit 487.35
45422 02/09/17 1178 American Office Products Office supplies 103.50
45457 02/09/17 12856 Arkadin, Inc. VPD conference call service 62.93
45481 02/23/17 1294 Associated Transportation Engineers Parking management study 910.00
45539 02/23/17 12945 Assurant Employee Benefits Dental insurance premiums 1,438.24
45423 02/09/17 1377 B & R Tool Supply Co. Maintenance locks-operating supplies 1,009.06
45482 02/23/17 1377 B & R Tool Supply Co. Operating supplies 137.19
45540 02/23/17 15752 Bob Holzer Automotive Inc. Tow maintenance vehicle to the shop 70.00
45458 02/09/17 16181 Brian Pendleton Expense reimbursement-SCSC meeting 127.31
45541 02/23/17 16181 Brian Pendleton Mileage expense reimbursement 77.04
45425 02/09/17 1663 Burons Preferred Pumping Inc. Quarterly grease trap line clean-out-Village 1,800.00
45424 02/09/17 1625 Byrd Locksmithing Inc. Repair lock women’s restroom-Brophy Building 275.00
45483 02/23/17 1625 Byrd Locksmithing Inc. Repair lock women’s restroom-Brophy Building 500.88
45427 02/09/17 1737 C.M.A.N.C. Partial conference registration fees 140.00
45485 02/23/17 1737 C.M.A.N.C. Conference registration fee 1,600.00
45419 02/03/17 1762 Canon Financial Services Copier lease for VPD Headquarters and Village office 793.65
45484 02/23/17 1679 Carpi & Clay Washington lobbyist 5,000.00
45470 02/13/17 1676 Carquest Auto Parts Vehicle parts 24.57
45426 02/09/17 1725 CED (Consolidated Electrical Distributers) Misc. shop supplies 761.39
45478 02/17/17 Deposits Church of Latter Day Saints Refund event deposit 250.00
45428 02/09/17 1915 Cintas Corp Uniform rental/cleaning, door mats, rags 836.60
45477 02/17/17 1915 Cintas Corp Uniform rental/cleaning, door mats, rags 522.60
45486 02/23/17 1915 Cintas Corp Uniform rental/cleaning, door mats, rags 529.22
45542 02/23/17 20021 Coastal View News Marketing-advertising 578.00
45459 02/09/17 20200 CoStar Realty Information, Inc Leasing marketing data software 911.71
45487 02/23/17 2093 Cumulus Broadcasting Inc. Marketing-advertising 700.00
45488 02/23/17 2097 Custom awards & Engraving POL trophies 127.63
45489 02/23/17 2202 Dave’s Harbor Patrol boat fuel 849.21
45471 02/13/17 2287 Dept. of Parks and Recreation Final payment Summer 2016 Lifeguard Services 6,631.68
45490 02/23/17 2331 Dial Security Inc Dockmaster/security coverage 1,600.00
Accounts Payable Check Register – February 2017
February 2017 Check register, Page 1 of 5
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Wells Fargo Enterprise Fund
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Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – February 2017
45460 02/09/17 23351 Diamond A Equipment Walker mower 394.93
45429 02/09/17 2446 DocuProducts Copier maintenance fees 269.40
45461 02/09/17 24351 Dog Waste Depot Operating supplies-mutt mitts 632.10
45491 02/23/17 2448 Downtown Ventura Partners Jan-Jun Trolley partnership & Advertising 23,400.00
45543 02/23/17 25351 Dudek Establish/research shellfish permitting process 239.15
45430 02/09/17 2604 E.J. Harrison & Sons Inc. Trash service 367.86
45492 02/23/17 2604 E.J. Harrison & Sons Inc. Trash service 5,908.06
45493 02/23/17 2639 Eccentric Talent Management Marketing-event production-mermaid month 710.00
45555 02/28/17 2639 Eccentric Talent Management Marketing-event production-mermaid month 710.00
45431 02/09/17 2751 Empire Cleaning Supply Janitorial supplies 381.33
45494 02/23/17 2751 Empire Cleaning Supply Janitorial supplies 1,259.44
45462 02/09/17 28701 Everard Ashworth CMANC Conference expense reimbursement 313.08
45432 02/09/17 2935 Farmer Bros. Co Coffee supplies 241.45
45433 02/09/17 2936 Fast Signs Village signage 143.22
45434 02/09/17 2986 Ferguson Enterprises Inc. NPS-restroom plumbing parts 228.96
45495 02/23/17 3200 Fugro West Inc. Hydrographic survey pertaining to Village dock D,G&H 12,309.00
45435 02/09/17 3490 Grainger Inc. Disposable recycle containers 79.18
45496 02/23/17 3490 Grainger Inc. Restroom equipment 1,300.89
45497 02/23/17 3492 Green Thumb International Landscaping supplies 51.15
45438 02/09/17 3592 Hansen’s Plumbing, Inc. Main sewer line service-Carousel building 184.19
45498 02/23/17 3602 Happenings Magazine Marketing-advertising 526.00
45439 02/09/17 4057 Health & Human Resource Center Employee Assistance Program (EAP) 177.14
45499 02/23/17 4057 Health & Human Resource Center Employee Assistance Program (EAP) 177.14
45544 02/23/17 40525 Impact Sciences, Inc Progress payment for VIM CEQA study & WSP monitoring 9,345.57
45553 02/23/17 PM OneTime Island Creations Refund security deposit 1,108.14
45500 02/23/17 4247 Jani-King of CA Inc. Janitorial Service in Village 5,015.22
45545 02/23/17 42471 JaniTek Cleaning Solutions Janitorial service for National Park Service Offices 1,360.37
45501 02/23/17 4295 Jensen Design & Survey Inc. Parking lot improvements 2,363.50
45469 02/09/17 PM OneTime Joe Wilby Refund key deposit 25.00
45502 02/23/17 4404 Jonathan Freeman Uniform reimbursement 57.24
45546 02/23/17 44200 JV Custom Iron Payment on handrail repairs-Brophy building 1,400.00
45503 02/23/17 4742 Kratos Construction Fiber optic installation between Village buildings 6,870.00
45504 02/23/17 4852 Lagerlof Senecal Gosney Legal services 16,725.00
February 2017 Check register, Page 2 of 5
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Wells Fargo Enterprise Fund
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Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – February 2017
45515 02/23/17 6470 LegalShield Salary reduction benefit 166.40
45463 02/09/17 50071 LoopNet Internet leasing advertising 334.95
45440 02/09/17 5016 Lowe’s Operating supplies 470.37
45554 02/28/17 51521 Mackenzie Fly Conference expense reimbursement 1,045.22
45441 02/09/17 5050 MailFinance Postage for VPD postage meter 399.55
45442 02/09/17 5155 Major Engineering Marine Inc Launch ramp dock repairs 850.00
45464 02/09/17 51731 Marcos Ramos Painting NPS-water damage, Carousel building-various painting 4,925.00
45505 02/23/17 5190 Matilija Water Reverse osmosis water system 45.00
45443 02/09/17 5210 McCormix Corp. Fuel for maintenance vehicles 427.35
45506 02/23/17 5210 McCormix Corp. Fuel for maintenance vehicles 834.66
45507 02/23/17 5213 McMaster-Carr Operating supplies-shop stock 197.39
45508 02/23/17 5505 Muzicraft Inc. Ambient music in Village 329.50
45509 02/23/17 5744 Noble Consultants Inc. Electrical system assessment of Village G dock 2,300.00
45420 02/03/17 5945 Office Depot Credit Plan Office supplies 207.49
45510 02/23/17 5945 Office Depot Credit Plan Office supplies 325.52
45465 02/09/17 61991 P & R Paper Supply Co. Janitorial supplies 824.94
45547 02/23/17 61991 P & R Paper Supply Co. Janitorial supplies 1,441.87
45513 02/23/17 6194 Pacific Oil Company Haul away used boat oil from collection station 285.00
45446 02/09/17 6201 Pamela Griffin Wellness program instructor 140.00
45445 02/09/17 6178 PERS Long Term Care Program Salary reduction benefit 448.74
45512 02/23/17 6178 PERS Long Term Care Program Salary reduction benefit 224.37
45548 02/23/17 62810 Peter Holguin Construction Inc Baja Bay tenant improvement 1,800.00
45447 02/09/17 6361 Pitney Bowes Postage meter lease/Vlg office 34.56
45514 02/23/17 6409 Plauche & Carr Establish/research shellfish permitting process 8,002.81
45517 02/23/17 6865 Rasmussen & Associates Inc Phase 3, roof project, Dive Shop TI, ADA restrooms 8,092.53
45444 02/09/17 5625 ReadyRefresh Bottled water service 150.19
45518 02/23/17 7000 Richard W. Parsons Dredging/Project Management services 8,888.00
45475 02/13/17 70281 Ring Central Inc District phone system 2,467.63
45516 02/23/17 6687 RRM Design Group Inc. Phase 3 construction and Phase 2 construction 9,730.00
45549 02/23/17 72345 Sara Stutt Marketing-entertainer 160.00
45521 02/23/17 7296 Searle Creative Group Marketing-social media advertising/production 1,853.78
45519 02/23/17 7210 SEIU Local 721 Union dues for Harbor Patrolmen 234.52
45520 02/23/17 7292 Sergio Gonzalez Conference expense reimbursement 112.44
February 2017 Check register, Page 3 of 5
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Wells Fargo Enterprise Fund
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Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – February 2017
45472 02/13/17 7346 Shell Fleet Plus Patrol vehicle fuel 541.49
45448 02/09/17 7410 Smith Pipe & Supply Inc. Operating supplies-sand bags 21.45
45550 02/23/17 74343 Sommerville Associates Marketing public relations services 2,000.00
45523 02/23/17 7434 Southern Calif. Edison Utilities 13,279.22
45522 02/23/17 7434 Southern Calif. Edison ** Voided ** Check stub used to list invoices –
45524 02/23/17 7572 Standard Insurance Company Group Term Life/Long-term Disability 3,225.90
45551 02/23/17 75910 Stringer Appliance Repair, Inc Commercial cloths dryer repair at 1691 laundry room 230.00
45525 02/23/17 7719 Teamsters Local No. 186 Union dues for Dockmasters 160.00
45526 02/23/17 7761 The Gas Company Utilities 1,175.32
45436 02/09/17 3491 The Greek Mediterranean Steak Board meeting 443.64
45437 02/09/17 3491 The Greek Mediterranean Steak Tenant meeting 51.48
45449 02/09/17 7768 ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corp NPS chairlift service & VPD HDQ elevator service 4,624.40
45450 02/09/17 7818 TOTALFUNDS By Hasler Postage for postage machine-VPD HDQ 500.00
45466 02/09/17 79652 Traffic Technologies LLC Village signage 243.30
45527 02/23/17 8233 Venco Power Sweeping, Inc Monthly Village parking lot & fish pier sweeping 545.38
45552 02/23/17 82351 Ventura Breeze Marketing-advertising 600.00
45451 02/09/17 8239 Ventura County Reporter Marketing-advertising 162.50
45528 02/23/17 8239 Ventura County Reporter Marketing-advertising 162.50
45452 02/09/17 8241 Ventura County Star Marketing-advertising 125.54
45529 02/23/17 8241 Ventura County Star Marketing-advertising 1,533.60
45473 02/13/17 8266 Ventura Harbor Marine Fuel Uniforms-Raingear 127.87
45530 02/23/17 8244 Ventura Harbor Storage Fishermen’s storage/net repair area 5,934.96
45453 02/09/17 8246 Ventura Locksmiths Key for old ice house suite 8.04
45531 02/23/17 8246 Ventura Locksmiths Brophy building roof access door hardware 331.71
45534 02/23/17 8263 Ventura Pest Control Village service 335.00
45454 02/09/17 8250 Ventura Visitors & Convention Rent for space in VVC building 182.00
45455 02/09/17 8251 Ventura Water Utilities 249.28
45533 02/23/17 8251 Ventura Water Utilities 22,459.58
45532 02/23/17 8251 Ventura Water ** Voided ** Check stub used to list invoices –
45467 02/09/17 84600 Viola Inc. Progress payment Phase 3 construction 124,587.93
45474 02/13/17 8453 Virtual Pacific Networks IT Services 3,100.00
45535 02/23/17 8453 Virtual Pacific Networks IT Services 4,777.30
45468 02/09/17 85219 West Marine Pro Miscellaneous boat supplies 255.10
February 2017 Check register, Page 4 of 5
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Wells Fargo Enterprise Fund
Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – February 2017
45476 02/13/17 85219 West Marine Pro Miscellaneous boat supplies 27.86
45456 02/09/17 8531 Whisenhunt Communication Public relations services 468.75
45536 02/23/17 8530 White Nelson Diehl Evans LLP Final payment June 2016 financial audit 500.00
45537 02/23/17 8551 Williams Automotive Inc. Patrol vehicle repairs 522.41
45538 02/23/17 8713 Zambelli Fireworks Final payment-parade of lights fireworks shows 3,750.00
Total Check Register $ 380,537.70 -$
Wells Fargo Grant Fund
Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
1031 02/23/17 6409 Plauche & Carr VSE Aquaculture Grant 1,347.50
1032 02/23/17 25351 Dudek VSE Aquaculture Grant 2,656.87
Total Check Register $ 4,004.37 -$
February 2017 Check register, Page 5 of 5
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Wells Fargo Enterprise Fund
Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
45556 03/02/17 3050 All That’s Fit to Print Marketing-ad production 2,357.28
45557 03/02/17 8258 Ventura County Env. Health Marketing-event permit 269.00
45558 03/03/17 84600 Viola Inc. Progress payment Phase 3-Village 132,720.68
45559 03/03/17 82481 Ventura Toyota Purchase maintenance vehicle 24,775.49
45560 03/03/17 82481 Ventura Toyota Purchase maintenance vehicle 24,775.49
45561 03/08/17 82481 Ventura Toyota Purchase maintenance vehicle 24,775.49
45562 03/08/17 1060 AFLAC Salary reduction benefit 487.35
45563 03/08/17 1440 Beacon Marine Chandlery Inc Patrol operating supplies 173.14
45564 03/08/17 1740 CSMFO (Calif. Society Municipal Finance Officers)-Business meeting dinner 30.00
45565 03/08/17 1915 Cintas Corp Uniform rental/cleaning, door mats, rags 1,438.26
45566 03/08/17 1925 City Of S. Buenaventura Trash service 100.00
45567 03/08/17 2093 Cumulus Broadcasting Inc. Marketing-advertising 1,200.00
45568 03/08/17 2100 CyberCopy Inc. Plan documents 97.36
45569 03/08/17 2331 Dial Security Inc Dockmaster/security coverage & NPS security 1,624.50
45570 03/08/17 2446 DocuProducts Copier maintenance fees 287.32
45571 03/08/17 2935 Farmer Bros. Co Coffee supplies 288.30
45572 03/08/17 3490 Grainger Inc. Dock repair parts and uniform raingear 109.00
45573 03/08/17 3752 HLI Systems Website service 220.00
45574 03/08/17 4295 Jensen Design & Survey Inc. Parking lot improvements 360.00
45575 03/08/17 5016 Lowe’s Maint. Refrigerator, water cooler & operating supplies 2,207.48
45576 03/08/17 5322 Milano’s Tenant improvement as per lease 4,306.60
45577 03/08/17 5625 ReadyRefresh Bottled water service 142.20
45578 03/08/17 5744 Noble Consultants Inc. Services pertaining to D,G&H docks 1,170.00
45579 03/08/17 6194 Pacific Oil Company Haul away used boat oil from collection station 840.10
45580 03/08/17 6201 Pamela Griffin Wellness program instructor 160.00
45581 03/08/17 6283 Petty Cash Fund Operating supplies and Patrol uniform 288.96
45582 03/08/17 6361 Pitney Bowes Postage meter lease/Vlg office 34.56
45583 03/08/17 6850 R P Barricade Water rails for Vta West Ph2 parking agreement 1,010.25
45584 03/08/17 6865 Rasmussen & Associates Inc Village roof project 152.50
45585 03/08/17 7000 Richard W. Parsons CMANC conference expense reimbursement 673.68
45586 03/08/17 7032 Alliant Insurance Services Marketing-quarterly event insurance 599.00
45587 03/08/17 7294 Service-Pro Fire Protection Village buildings-5 year sprinkler testing and repairs 5,489.25
45588 03/08/17 7410 Smith Pipe & Supply Inc. Village landscaping plumbing parts 177.20
45589 03/08/17 7434 Southern Calif. Edison Utilities-closing bills-tenant to resume 17.94
Accounts Payable Check Register – March 2017
March 2017 Check register, Page 1 of 5
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Wells Fargo Enterprise Fund
Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – March 2017
45590 03/08/17 7768 ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corp Elevator service-Margarita Villa access 1,526.60
45591 03/08/17 8239 Ventura County Reporter Marketing-advertising 425.00
45592 03/08/17 8250 Ventura Visitors & Convention Rent for space in VVC building 182.00
45593 03/08/17 8251 Ventura Water Utilities 240.36
45594 03/08/17 8453 Virtual Pacific Networks IT Services 3,866.43
45595 03/08/17 8531 Whisenhunt Communication Public relations services 180.00
45596 03/08/17 8534 HDS White Cap Const. Supply Disposable trash cans 242.46
45597 03/08/17 8552 Village Carousel Marketing-event production 200.00
45598 03/08/17 17571 California Door and Hardware Electrical room door hardware-Le Petit building 218.09
45599 03/08/17 20200 CoStar Realty Information, Inc Leasing marketing data software 911.71
45600 03/08/17 40525 Impact Sciences, Inc WSP monitoring as per dredging regulations 3,518.79
45601 03/08/17 42471 JaniTek Cleaning Solutions Janitorial service for National Park Service Offices 1,386.45
45602 03/08/17 50071 LoopNet Internet leasing advertising 334.95
45603 03/08/17 51731 Marcos Ramos Painting Village window dry rot repair & Island Packers TI 7,270.00
45604 03/08/17 61991 P & R Paper Supply Co. Janitorial supplies 736.70
45605 03/08/17 68551 Randall Williams Marketing-Event production 400.00
45606 03/08/17 74343 Sommerville Assoc. ** Voided ** Wrong vendor 2,413.67
45607 03/08/17 PM OneTime Glenn Hartman Security deposit refund 1,430.79
45608 03/08/17 PM OneTime Jerome Dabour Refund key deposit 25.00
45609 03/08/17 2604 E.J. Harrison & Sons Inc. Utilities 413.67
45610 03/08/17 74343 Sommerville Associates Marketing public relations services 2,000.00
45611 03/09/17 1178 American Office Products Office supplies 79.70
45612 03/09/17 2936 Fast Signs Marketing-event production 304.83
45613 03/09/17 18913 Chris Edrington Marketing-Event production 385.00
45614 03/09/17 32841 Gayle Phelps Marketing-Event production 385.00
45615 03/16/17 44200 JV Custom Iron Handrails-Coffee dock building 2,000.00
45616 03/23/17 1049 Adams Printing & Graphic Marketing -brochures & mermaid postcards 2,005.57
45617 03/23/17 1058 Advantage Telecom Inc District phone system/internet 923.52
45618 03/23/17 1178 American Office Products Office supplies 114.17
45619 03/23/17 1259 Applied Environmental Inc. Air Pollution Control District-permits 2,415.00
45620 03/23/17 1327 Ayers Distributing Marketing-event production-Cotton Tail Days 219.00
45621 03/23/17 1492 Big Brand Tire Company Maintenance vehicle-tires 368.65
45622 03/23/17 1679 Carpi & Clay Washington lobbyist 5,000.00
45623 03/23/17 1725 CED (Consolidated Electrical Distributers) Misc. shop supplies 117.44
March 2017 Check register, Page 2 of 5
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Wells Fargo Enterprise Fund
Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – March 2017
45624 03/23/17 1915 Cintas Corp Uniform rental/cleaning, door mats, rags 56.35
45625 03/23/17 1925 City Of S. Buenaventura Trash service 100.00
45626 03/23/17 2004 Coastal Pipco Harbor Cove planters 102.38
45627 03/23/17 2029 Cover 2 Cover Music Inc. Marketing-Event production 1,200.00
45628 03/23/17 2065 Certified Credit Reporting Inc Perspective tenant credit report 27.00
45629 03/23/17 2202 Dave’s Harbor Patrol boat fuel 577.19
45630 03/23/17 2331 Dial Security Inc Dockmaster/security coverage 800.00
45631 03/23/17 2336 Diamond Darren Dive Service Remove debris from drain in to the harbor 130.00
45632 03/23/17 2604 E.J. Harrison & Sons Inc. Utilities 682.46
45633 03/23/17 2751 Empire Cleaning Supply Janitorial supplies 332.21
45634 03/23/17 2980 Fausset Printing, LLC Marketing-business cards & event cards 855.88
45635 03/23/17 3100 Flooring 101 Tenant improvements Brophy’s building 4,820.00
45636 03/23/17 3490 Grainger Inc. Operating supplies & toilet seat inventory 335.44
45637 03/23/17 3752 HLI Systems Website service 139.00
45638 03/23/17 4295 Jensen Design & Survey Inc. Parking lot improvements 1,141.25
45639 03/23/17 4852 Lagerlof Senecal Gosney Legal services 15,128.25
45640 03/23/17 4897 PORAC Legal Defense Fund Patrol-salary reduction benefit 168.00
45641 03/23/17 5190 Matilija Water Reverse osmosis water system 45.00
45642 03/23/17 5230 Physio-Control, Inc. Patrol-medical equipment 977.05
45643 03/23/17 5505 Muzicraft Inc. Ambient music in Village 329.50
45644 03/23/17 6178 PERS Long Term Care Program Salary reduction benefit 448.74
45645 03/23/17 6283 Petty Cash Fund Petty cash to Marketing for event booth 1,520.00
45646 03/23/17 6284 Peace Officers Research Assoc. Salary reduction benefit 114.00
45647 03/23/17 6409 Plauche & Carr Establish/research shellfish permitting process 365.77
45648 03/23/17 6470 LegalShield Salary reduction benefit 166.40
45649 03/23/17 6687 RRM Design Group Inc. Phase 3 construction 8,220.40
45650 03/23/17 6865 Rasmussen & Associates Inc Phase 3, roof project, Dive Shop TI, ADA restrooms 3,654.02
45651 03/23/17 7000 Richard W. Parsons Dredging/Project Management services/exp reimb 9,850.57
45652 03/23/17 7299 Seaworthy Marina Products Patrol boat maintenance 1,264.55
45653 03/23/17 7346 Shell Fleet Plus Patrol vehicle fuel 558.84
45654 03/23/17 7410 Smith Pipe & Supply Inc. Landscaping irrigation parts 422.22
45655 03/23/17 7434 Southern Calif. Edison ** Voided ** Check stub used to list invoices –
45656 03/23/17 7434 Southern Calif. Edison Utilities 9,169.15
45657 03/23/17 7581 Steve Stafford Marketing-Event production 200.00
March 2017 Check register, Page 3 of 5
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Ventura Port District 4/03/2017
Wells Fargo Enterprise Fund
Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – March 2017
45658 03/23/17 7768 ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corp Elevator service-Le Petit building 449.00
45659 03/23/17 8205 VCSDA (Ventura County Special District’s Assoc)-Bi-monthly dinner meeting 20.00
45660 03/23/17 8228 Ventana Monthly Marketing-advertising 450.00
45661 03/23/17 8233 Venco Power Sweeping, Inc Monthly Village parking lot & fish pier sweeping 545.38
45662 03/23/17 8241 Ventura County Star Request for bid proposals 979.40
45663 03/23/17 8244 Ventura Harbor Storage Fishermen’s storage/net repair area 5,934.96
45664 03/23/17 8260 Verizon Wireless District cell phone provider 848.49
45665 03/23/17 8260 Verizon Wireless District cell phone provider 1,006.64
45666 03/23/17 8263 Ventura Pest Control Village service 335.00
45667 03/23/17 8501 Warren Distributing Inc. Boat supplies and vehicle batteries 999.49
45668 03/23/17 8551 Williams Automotive Inc. Maintenance vehicle-radiator repairs 719.20
45669 03/23/17 12300 AT&T Business Services Village office wi-fi service 159.73
45670 03/23/17 12300 AT&T Business Services Village office wi-fi service 39.94
45671 03/23/17 16185 Bryanna N. Gonzalez Marketing-Event production 52.50
45672 03/23/17 40525 Impact Sciences, Inc Progress payment for VIM CEQA study 10,322.50
45673 03/23/17 48911 Letner Roofing Co. Retention payment 1449&1559 Roofing 65,557.50
45674 03/23/17 51731 Marcos Ramos Painting Village restrooms, staircases, courtyard railings 4,905.00
45675 03/23/17 61991 P & R Paper Supply Co. Janitorial supplies 666.70
45676 03/23/17 70281 Ring Central Inc District phone system 926.38
45677 03/23/17 72345 Sara Stutt Marketing-Event production 80.00
45678 03/23/17 72346 Sara Gonzalez Marketing-Event production 52.50
45679 03/23/17 75712 Stacey Reed Marketing-Event production 60.00
45680 03/23/17 79652 Traffic Technologies LLC Parking lot paint 70.04
45681 03/23/17 85219 West Marine Pro Boat supplies and vehicle trailer hitch hardware 1,762.76
45682 03/23/17 PM OneTime Chris Nicholson Refund key deposit 25.00
45683 03/23/17 PM OneTime JACK WILBUR Refund security deposit 1,285.00
45684 03/23/17 PM OneTime Mark Coleman Refund security deposit 630.00
45685 03/23/17 PM OneTime Scott Cross Refund slip deposit 630.00
45686 03/23/17 1725 CED (Consolidated Electrical Distributers) Misc. shop supplies 409.71
45687 03/27/17 **Voided** Printing error –
45688 03/27/17 1440 Beacon Marine Chandlery Inc Patrol operating supplies 255.99
45689 03/27/17 1915 Cintas Corp Uniform rental/cleaning, door mats, rags 608.90
45690 03/27/17 2604 E.J. Harrison & Sons Inc. Utilities 6,764.54
45691 03/27/17 4247 Jani-King of CA Inc. Janitorial Service in Village 5,015.22
March 2017 Check register, Page 4 of 5
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Ventura Port District 4/03/2017
Wells Fargo Enterprise Fund
Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
Accounts Payable Check Register – March 2017
45692 03/27/17 5210 McCormix Corp. Fuel for maintenance vehicles 786.40
45693 03/27/17 43451 Jim McKewon Inc. Architectural drawings-Coffee Dock 1,150.00
45694 03/27/17 7761 The Gas Company Utilities 969.17
Total Check Register 452,559.92 $ 2,413.67 $
Wells Fargo Grant Fund
Voided
Check Date Payee Name Description Amount Amount
1033 3/23/2017 6409 Plauche & Carr VSE Aquaculture Grant 2,640.00
Total Check Register $ 2,640.00 -$
March 2017 Check register, Page 5 of 5
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Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Pena, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Oscar Pena 01/26/17 DUN & BRADSTREET Accounting Credit Monitoring 799.00
Total General Manager’s Expenses 799.00
Brian Pendleton 01/09/17 LAZY DOG RESTAURANT Business meal Agenda Review 63.75
Brian Pendleton 01/11/17 RHUMB LINE Business meal Meeting with Plauche & Carr 85.43
Brian Pendleton 01/31/17 RHUMB LINE Business meal Lunch meeting 61.20
Brian Pendleton 01/29/17 UNITED 0162333987980 Conference CMANC Travel 387.00
Total Business Operations Manager’s Expenses 597.38
Jessica Rauch 01/31/17 LIEN MACHINE 1 LTD Accounting DS Lien process 350.00
Jessica Rauch 01/19/17 VENTURA COUNTY STAR AD Advertising Marketing Ad 385.00
Jessica Rauch 01/11/17 RHUMB LINE Business meal Jan. 11 Closed Session Dinner 150.00
Jessica Rauch 01/03/17 ACT*California Marine Conference Parsons CMANC Winter Meeting Registration 445.00
Jessica Rauch 01/11/17 VENTURA CHAMBER OF COMMER Conference Chamber Board Install/Annual Meeting Pendleton 25.00
Jessica Rauch 01/11/17 VENTURA CHAMBER OF COMMER Conference Chamber Board Install/Annual Meeting Pena 25.00
Jessica Rauch 01/19/17 CALIFORNIA ECONOMIC FO Conference Pendleton Economic Forecast 125.00
Jessica Rauch 01/30/17 MANAGERPLUS Conference Sergio Conference 1,795.50
Jessica Rauch 01/26/17 FASTSIGNS OF VENTURA Construction project Signage for Phase 3 168.48
Jessica Rauch 01/26/17 FASTSIGNS OF VENTURA Construction project Signage for Phase 3 997.20
Jessica Rauch 01/11/17 PADARO FLORAL Miscellaneous Flowers to Lundin Family 62.50
Jessica Rauch 01/24/17 IMAGE SOURCE Miscellaneous Brennan Head Shot 55.50
Jessica Rauch 01/26/17 TARGET 00002980 Office supplies Office Supplies 19.23
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
January 2017
Janaury 2017 Chase credit card charges, Page 1 of 3
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Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Pena, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
January 2017
Jessica Rauch 01/24/17 CALIFORNIA SPECIAL DISTR Training Rauch Webinar 65.00
Jessica Rauch 01/25/17 LIEBERTCASS Training Adkins LCW Webinar 70.00
Total Administrative Assistant’s Expenses 4,738.41
Robin Baer 01/13/17 NEOPLEXONLINE.COM Operating supply Pole replacement/broke 194.70
Robin Baer 01/17/17 FASTSIGNS OF VENTURA Operating supply Construction direction signage for Tenant 84.42
Robin Baer 01/17/17 FASTSIGNS OF VENTURA Operating supply Construction direction signage for Tenant 84.42
Total Property Manager’s Expenses 363.54
Joe Gonzalez 01/25/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Building maintenance VPD Admin front restroom door closure 203.95
Total Facilities Manager’s Expenses 203.95
Jennifer Lundin 01/24/17 VENTURA SPORTFISHING I Advertising FAM Tour (Tourism tour gift) 90.00
Jennifer Lundin 01/09/17 CTC*CONSTANTCONTACT.COM E-Advertising Harbor Views Newsletter 20.00
Jennifer Lundin 01/20/17 FS *AngelCam E-Advertising Web Cam 20.00
Jennifer Lundin 01/21/17 MAILCHIMP E-Advertising Newsletter 75.00
Jennifer Lundin 01/10/17 TARGET 00002980 Event production Tall Ship welcome basket-gifts 38.55
Total Marketing Manager’s Expenses 243.55
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Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Pena, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
January 2017
Frank Locklear 01/09/17 GOTOCITRIX.COM Communications Board Citrix VideoTeleconference 49.00
Frank Locklear 01/16/17 ALLIED POWER PRODUCTS INC Hoist repairs #2Hoist Repair Parts 412.73
Total Marina Manager’s Expenses 461.73
John Higgins 01/03/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Dock maintenance Dock Supplies 251.53
John Higgins 01/02/17 DRI*KASPERSKY.COM Operating supplies Computer anit virus program 107.17
John Higgins 01/04/17 GALLS Operating supplies Medical Spine Board 304.65
John Higgins 01/15/17 APL* ITUNES.COM/BILL Operating supplies Patrol #1 phone storage 0.99
John Higgins 01/15/17 APL* ITUNES.COM/BILL Operating supplies Patrol #2 phone storage 0.99
John Higgins 01/24/17 UPS (800) 811-1648 Postage Postage 24.85
Total Harbormaster’s Expenses 690.18
Total Chase Credit Card Expenses 8,097.74
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Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Pena, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Oscar Pena 02/03/17 ACT*California Marine Conference CMANC Washington Week Registration – Ashworth, 900.00
Oscar Pena 02/03/17 ACT*California Marine Conference CMANC Washington Week Registration – Parsons 450.00
Oscar Pena 02/10/17 MILANO’S ITALIAN RES Event production Tall Ships Dinner 500.00
Total General Manager’s Expenses 1,850.00
Brian Pendleton 02/02/17 WOOD RANCH VENTURA Business meal Meeting with Commissioner Valance 72.48
Brian Pendleton 02/19/17 ROADRUNNER SHUTTLE & LIMO Conference Airport Transportation – CMANC D.C. 142.00
Total Business Operations Manager’s Expenses 214.48
Jessica Rauch 02/08/17 MILANO’S ITALIAN RES Business meal Feb. 8th Commission Closed Session Dinner 198.50
Jessica Rauch 02/22/17 ANDRIAS SEAFOOD Business meal Feb. 22nd Commission Closed Session Dinner 130.21
Jessica Rauch 02/14/17 WEEMS & PLATH Conference CMANC Gifts 217.70
Jessica Rauch 02/28/17 DISNEY RESORTS-DISN Conference Cancelled LCW Hotel (226.98)
Total Administrative Assistant’s Expenses 319.43
Robin Baer 02/10/17 BAJA BAY SURF N TACO MEXI Business meal Marketing Meeting-Assistance 24.79
Robin Baer 02/10/17 FORD OF VENTURA-SVC/PART Vehicle maintenance Repair of H-10A Truck 645.77
Total Property Manager’s Expenses 670.56
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
February 2017
February 2017 Chase credit card charges, Page 1 of 3
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Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Pena, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
February 2017
Joe Gonzalez 02/23/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Building maintenance VHV restroom’s hand dryers 1,080.00
Joe Gonzalez 02/28/17 FRY’S ELECTRONICS # 44 Computer supplies Facilities Manager Lap top 640.65
Joe Gonzalez 02/01/17 COFFEE DOCK & POST Event production Tall Ship Reception, order by Jessica 144.00
Joe Gonzalez 02/23/17 Business-in-a-box Operating supplies Software upgrade (Templates) 99.95
Joe Gonzalez 02/24/17 Amazon.com Operating supplies Fuel pressure gauge VPD shop 42.33
Total Facilities Manager’s Expenses 2,006.93
Jennifer Lundin 02/12/17 MILANO’S ITALIAN RES Advertising Medai Visit 49.94
Jennifer Lundin 02/12/17 VENTURA VILLAGE CAROUSEL Advertising Media Visit 18.00
Jennifer Lundin 02/27/17 VENTURA BOAT RENTALS Advertising Media Visit 23.00
Jennifer Lundin 02/09/17 CTC*CONSTANTCONTACT.COM E-Advertising Harbor Views Newsletter 20.00
Jennifer Lundin 02/20/17 FS *AngelCam E-Advertising Web CAMS 20.00
Jennifer Lundin 02/21/17 MAILCHIMP E-Advertising Enewsletters 75.00
Jennifer Lundin 02/28/17 FACEBK Y23GKB22T2 E-Advertising Boosts 6.82
Jennifer Lundin 02/28/17 FACEBK *3GQWNB2SY2 E-Advertising Boosts 36.73
Jennifer Lundin 02/28/17 FACEBK 533GKB22T2 E-Advertising Boosts 3.18
Jennifer Lundin 02/28/17 FACEBK *5GQWNB2SY2 E-Advertising Boosts 3.27
Jennifer Lundin 02/02/17 ROYAL BAKERY AND CAFE Event production Tall Ship reception 120.00
Jennifer Lundin 02/05/17 ICONOSQUARE Website maintenance Annual web analytics 149.00
Jennifer Lundin 02/05/17 CANVA FOR WORK YEARLY Website maintenance Annual Web design 119.40
Total Marketing Manager’s Expenses 644.34
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Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Pena, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
February 2017
Frank Locklear 02/09/17 CARE.CITRIXONLINE.COM Communications Board Citrix VideoTeleconference 49.00
Frank Locklear 02/10/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Operating supplies Telephone mics for conference 316.00
Frank Locklear 02/14/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Operating supplies Dockmaster office desk lamp replace 39.98
Frank Locklear 02/15/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Operating supplies Dockmaster office roller shade repair 24.00
Total Marina Manager’s Expenses 428.98
John Higgins 02/22/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Operating supplies Launch Ramp Pass Stickers 58.48
John Higgins 02/19/17 SP * RESCUE-GEAR Safety supplies Rescue Equipment 686.07
John Higgins 02/15/17 APL* ITUNES.COM/BILL Operating supplies Patrol #1 phone storage 0.99
John Higgins 02/15/17 APL* ITUNES.COM/BILL Operating supplies Patrol #2 phone storage 0.99
John Higgins 02/11/17 CAL COAST MOTORSPORTS Personal watercraft repairs RWC Stand 310.97
John Higgins 02/08/17 CAL COAST MOTORSPORTS Personal watercraft repairs RWC Maintenance 142.20
Total Harbormaster’s Expenses 1,199.70
Total Chase Credit Card Expenses 7,334.42$
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Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Pena, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Oscar Pena 03/04/17 PACIFIC COAST SHELLFISH Membership Dues Membership Dues 475.00
Total General Manager’s Expenses 475.00
Brian Pendleton 03/10/17 ROADRUNNER SHUTTLE & LIMO Conference CMANC Washington DC 10.50
Brian Pendleton 03/02/17 UNITED 0162601975960 Conference CMANC Washington DC 60.00
Brian Pendleton 03/03/17 LAX AIRP ENGINE CO 28 Conference CMANC Washington DC 18.14
Brian Pendleton 03/04/17 UBER US MAR04 RA2TK Conference CMANC Washington DC 42.32
Brian Pendleton 03/06/17 ART AND SOUL AT LIAISON Conference CMANC Washington DC 45.02
Brian Pendleton 03/06/17 CORNER BAKERY 0263 Conference CMANC Washington DC 7.35
Brian Pendleton 03/06/17 RAYBURN CAFE 60068129 Conference CMANC Washington DC 15.56
Brian Pendleton 03/06/17 TAXI CAB SERVICE Conference CMANC Washington DC 13.50
Brian Pendleton 03/06/17 WASHINGTON COURT HOTEL Conference CMANC Washington DC 285.10
Brian Pendleton 03/07/17 HITCH TAXI DC Conference CMANC Washington DC 10.82
Brian Pendleton 03/07/17 HITCH TAXI DC Conference CMANC Washington DC 10.90
Brian Pendleton 03/07/17 YELLOW CAB COMPANY OF Conference CMANC Washington DC 15.11
Brian Pendleton 03/07/17 YELLOW CAB COMPANY OF Conference CMANC Washington DC 20.38
Brian Pendleton 03/08/17 CMT Washington24010019 Conference CMANC Washington DC 10.82
Brian Pendleton 03/08/17 HART SUNDRY 11202579 Conference CMANC Washington DC 5.30
Brian Pendleton 03/08/17 HYATT HOTELS WASH F & B Conference CMANC Washington DC 41.80
Brian Pendleton 03/08/17 KELLY’S IRISH TIMES Conference CMANC Washington DC 16.80
Brian Pendleton 03/09/17 BISTRO ATELIER Conference CMANC Washington DC 23.55
Brian Pendleton 03/09/17 PEETS # 26106 Conference CMANC Washington DC 2.23
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
March 2017
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Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Pena, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
March 2017
Brian Pendleton 03/09/17 TIS CORNER CAFE Conference CMANC Washington DC 9.89
Brian Pendleton 03/09/17 UBER US MAR09 24DRD Conference CMANC Washington DC 60.94
Brian Pendleton 03/09/17 UNITED 0162602349052 Conference CMANC Washington DC 60.00
Brian Pendleton 03/09/17 WASHINGTON COURT HOTEL Conference CMANC Washington DC 1,164.48
Total Business Operations Manager’s Expenses 1,950.51
Jessica Rauch 03/23/17 THE BOATYARD INC Business meal 3.22.17 PC Closed Session Dinner 180.35
Jessica Rauch 03/07/17 VENTURA CHAMBER OF COMMER Conference State of the City Address (Pena, Friedman) 80.00
Jessica Rauch 03/15/17 Liebert Cassidy Conference Cancelled LCW pre-conference (375.00)
Jessica Rauch 03/15/17 Liebert Cassidy Conference Cancelled LCW Conference (525.00)
Total Administrative Assistant’s Expenses (639.65)
Robin Baer No Activity –
Total Property Manager’s Expenses –
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Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Pena, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
March 2017
Joe Gonzalez 03/30/17 MILGARD WINDOWS & DOOR Building maintenance 1559 Suite 207 Broken window glass replacemen 547.06
Joe Gonzalez 03/03/17 NORIBACHI CORPORATI Operating supplies led lights for 1559 Courtyard light fixtures 763.01
Joe Gonzalez 03/09/17 BUILDING SAFETY CTY SAN Operating supplies City of Ventura, Annual Maintenance Permit 564.12
Joe Gonzalez 03/09/17 Amazon.com Vehicle maintenance Trailer hitch for new vehicles 420.03
Joe Gonzalez 03/09/17 NUNEZ AUTO GLASS Vehicle maintenance M-40 Dockmasters vehicle window 184.00
Joe Gonzalez 03/10/17 Amazon.com Vehicle maintenance Trailer hitch wiring kits for new Vehicles 189.78
Joe Gonzalez 03/10/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Vehicle maintenance Trailer hitch wiring for M-43 136.68
Joe Gonzalez 03/21/17 SIGNARAMA Vehicle maintenance New Decals for all VPD vehicles 402.19
Joe Gonzalez 03/23/17 SIGNARAMA Vehicle maintenance New Decals for all VPD vehicles 402.19
Total Facilities Manager’s Expenses 3,609.06
Jennifer Lundin 03/09/17 CTC*CONSTANTCONTACT.COM E-Advertising Harbor Views Newsletter 20.00
Jennifer Lundin 03/20/17 FS *AngelCam E-Advertising Web CAMS 20.00
Jennifer Lundin 03/21/17 MAILCHIMP E-Advertising Enewsletters 75.00
Jennifer Lundin 03/25/17 GOOGLE *LOOPSURVEY APP E-Advertising Advertising 99.99
Jennifer Lundin 03/31/17 FACEBK *Y6TSZBSSY2 E-Advertising Boosts 6.74
Jennifer Lundin 03/31/17 FACEBK SZKE4CNZS2 E-Advertising Boosts 3.79
Jennifer Lundin 03/31/17 FACEBK *X6TSZBSSY2 E-Advertising Boosts 23.26
Jennifer Lundin 03/31/17 FACEBK RZKE4CNZS2 E-Advertising Boosts 6.21
Jennifer Lundin 03/09/17 MICHAELS STORES 4800 Event production Cottontail Day 25.72
Jennifer Lundin 03/09/17 OTC BRANDS, INC. Event production Cottontail Day 438.78
Jennifer Lundin 03/15/17 LAKESHORE LEARNING #38 Event production Cottontail Day 101.52
March 2017 Chase credit card charges, Page 3 of 5
ATTACHMENT 5
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Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Pena, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
March 2017
Jennifer Lundin 03/16/17 LAKESHORE LEARNING #38 Event production Cottontail Day 227.64
Jennifer Lundin 03/16/17 MICHAELS STORES 4800 Event production Cottontail Day 163.46
Jennifer Lundin 03/16/17 ROSS STORES #1329 Event production Cottontail Day 37.70
Jennifer Lundin 03/16/17 TARGET 00002980 Event production Cottontail Day 10.71
Jennifer Lundin 03/17/17 HOBBY LOBBY #606 Event production Cottontail Day 87.16
Jennifer Lundin 03/17/17 STU*STUMPS Event production Cottontail Day 207.96
Jennifer Lundin 03/18/17 HARBOR MARKET AND LIQUOR Event production Cottontail Day 24.50
Jennifer Lundin 03/21/17 BEACH BREAK SURF SHOP Event production Cottontail Day 10.56
Jennifer Lundin 03/21/17 Lakeshore Learning Event production Cottontail Day (6.39)
Jennifer Lundin 03/21/17 Lakeshore Learning Event production Cottontail Day (22.49)
Jennifer Lundin 03/21/17 LOST IN SOCKS Event production Cottontail Day 5.36
Jennifer Lundin 03/21/17 MERMAID GALLERY Event production Cottontail Day 21.00
Jennifer Lundin 03/21/17 MICHAELS STORES 4800 Event production Cottontail Day 4.29
Jennifer Lundin 03/21/17 TARGET 00002980 Event production Cottontail Day 294.90
Total Marketing Manager’s Expenses 1,887.37
Frank Locklear 03/09/17 CARE.CITRIXONLINE.COM Communications Board Citrix Video Teleconference 49.00
Frank Locklear 03/08/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Computer supplies Keyboard, Fiber Optic Cable Components 1,018.72
Frank Locklear 03/09/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Computer supplies Fiber Optic Cable Route Alert Tags 45.18
Frank Locklear 03/27/17 Amazon Prime Membership Operating supplies Annual Fee for Amazon (free shipping) 106.18
Total Marina Manager’s Expenses 1,219.08
March 2017 Chase credit card charges, Page 4 of 5
ATTACHMENT 5
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Chase Credit Card holders
Oscar Pena, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
Jessica Rauch, Administrative Assistant/Clerk
Robin Baer, Property Manager
Joe Gonzalez, Facilities Manager
Jennifer Talt-Lundin, Marketing Manager
Frank Locklear, Marina Manager
John Higgins, Harbormaster
Staff Trans Date Vendor Category Description Amount
Ventura Port District
Chase Business Credit Card Charges
March 2017
John Higgins 03/27/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Office equipment Office Chairs Parts 304.47
John Higgins 03/15/17 APL* ITUNES.COM/BILL Operating supplies Patrol #1 phone storage 0.99
John Higgins 03/15/17 APL* ITUNES.COM/BILL Operating supplies Patrol #2 phone storage 0.99
John Higgins 03/23/17 SAMS CLUB #6455 Operating supplies Miscellaneous Supplies 166.75
John Higgins 03/25/17 AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS Safety supplies Medical Supplies 310.90
John Higgins 03/13/17 CE SOLUTIONS Training Online Training 100.00
Total Harbormaster’s Expenses 1,199.70
Total Chase Credit Card Expenses $ 9,701.07
March 2017 Chase credit card charges, Page 5 of 5
ATTACHMENT 5
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BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
MAY 24, 2016
STANDARD AGENDA ITEM 2
APPROVAL OF NOTICE OF
COMPLETION FOR THE ADA PARKING
ACCESS IMPROVEMENTS
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT STANDARD AGENDA ITEM 2
BOARD COMMUNICATION Meeting Date: May 24, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Richard Parsons, Project Manager
SUBJECT: Approval of Notice of Completion for the ADA Parking Access Improvements
RECOMMENDATION:
That the Board of Port Commissioners adopt Resolution No. 3333,
a) Accepting the work of J&H Engineering General Contractors, Inc.; and
b) Authorizing staff to prepare and record a Notice of Completion with the Ventura County
Recorder.
SUMMARY:
On January 25, 2017, the Board of Port Commissioners awarded the ADA Parking Access
Improvements contract to J&H Engineering General Contractors, Inc. in the amount of
$174,954.25. This was completed on April 28, 2017 at a cost, with one change order, of
$186,341.85. The project involved modifications and improvements at the following parking lots:
Harbor Cove – restriping to gain an additional 22 spaces and ADA improvements
Surfers Knoll – ADA improvements and seal coating
VIM Lot – ADA and striping improvements to add 13 spaces to the District’s portion of
this lot
Launch Ramp – ADA and striping modifications in the restroom area
VPD Office Lot – ADA improvements
The District’s project engineer, Jensen Design and Survey, Inc., has inspected the completed
work and found it to be acceptable. It should also be noted that J&H has been a pleasure to
work with.
ATTACHMENTS:
Attachment 1 – Resolution No. 3333
Attachment 2 – Notice of Completion
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ATTACHMENT 1 84
ATTACHMENT 1 85
RECORDING REQUESTED BY:
Ventura Port District
AND WHEN RECORDED MAIL TO:
Ventura Port District
1603 Anchors Way Drive
Ventura, CA 93001-4229
NOTICE OF COMPLETION
(Notice pursuant to Civil Code Section 3093, must be recorded within 10 days after completion)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT:
1. The undersigned is an agent of the owner of the interest stated below.
2. The full name of the owner is Ventura Port District, a public benefit corporation and
independent special district organized and existing under the laws of the State of
California.
3. The full address of the owner is 1603 Anchors Way Drive, Ventura, CA 93001-4229.
4. The nature of the interest or estate is: fee simple.
5. The full name and full addresses of all co-owners who hold any title or interest with the
above-named owner in the property are: Not applicable; there are no co-owners.
6. A work of improvement on the property hereinafter described was completed on April 28,
2017.
7. The work accomplished consisted of ADA Parking Access Improvements to multiple
parking lots in and around Ventura Harbor Village and the Ventura Port District.
8. The name of the contractor for the ADA Parking Access Improvements is J&H
Engineering General Contractors, Inc., pursuant to the Agreement, dated February 9,
2017.
9. The property on which said work of improvement was completed is in the City of San
Buenaventura, County of Ventura, State of California, and is described as Harbor Cove,
Surfers Knoll, Ventura Isle Marina, and the Ventura Port District Office Lots.
Ventura Port District
Date: ____________________ By: ________________________________
Oscar F. Peña, General Manager
___________________________________________________________________________
VERIFICATION
I, the undersigned, say that I am the General Manager of the declarant of the foregoing
completion; I have read said Notice of Completion and know the contents thereof; the same is
true of my own knowledge.
I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct.
Executed on ________________________, at Ventura, California.

___________________________________
Oscar F. Peña, General Manager
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BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
MAY 24, 2017
STANDARD AGENDA ITEM 3
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO LEASE
VENTURA PORT DISTRICT PROPERTY
PARCEL 5 AND 8 FOR DEVELOPMENT
OF VISITOR SERVING USES
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT STANDARD AGENDA ITEM 3
BOARD COMMUNICATION Meeting Date: May 24, 2017
TO: Board of Port Commissioners
FROM: Oscar Peña, General Manager
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
SUBJECT: Request for Proposals to Lease Ventura Port District Property for Development of
Visitor Serving Uses
RECOMMENDATION:
That the Board of Port Commissioners:
1) Receive staff presentation, public comments and Development Team presentations from
Pacific Heritage Communities and H. Parker Hospitality regarding their proposals for Parcel 5
and Parcel 8 for development of visitor serving uses at Ventura Harbor pursuant to the
Request for Proposals (RFP) issued on May 2, 2016; and,
2) Select a Development Team for negotiations of ground lease options and ground lease
agreements for future Board consideration.
SUMMARY:
On April 27, 2016, the Board of Port Commissioners approved the Request for Proposals (RFP) to
Lease Ventura Port District Property for Development of Visitor Serving Uses and authorized staff to
initiate the RFP process. The RFP was released on May 2, 2016 and proposals were due by August
12, 2016. The Site(s) is comprised of two separate unimproved and non-contiguous parcels. Parcel 5
(grass lawn area) portion is approximately 30,250 square feet or .69 acres and roughly rectangular in
shape. Parcel 8 is approximately 90,169 square feet or 2.07 acres and irregularly shaped.
On April 26, 2017, the District held an informational meeting at which time, two development teams
who responded to the RFP presented their concepts for the two sites. The two development teams
were Pacific Heritage Communities and H. Parker Hospitality. No action was taken on April 26 with
respect to the proposals, however it was announced that the Commission would consider a formal
selection on Wednesday, May 24, 2017.
A formal selection of a Development Team will lead to negotiations of ground lease options and
ground lease agreements for Board consideration at a future public meeting for the development of
the Site(s) as part of a proposed Development Program. Through this RFP process the District is
taking the first step in a lengthy entitlement and permitting process that involves the City of Ventura,
the California Coastal Commission and community stakeholders.

BACKGROUND:
The Site(s) is located at Ventura Harbor, a premier recreational harbor in Ventura County offering a
variety of amenities for boating enthusiasts and visitors, including easy access to the Channel Islands,
recreational fishing activities, boatyards, fuel docks, tours, rentals, cruises, vibrant yacht clubs and a
new public launch ramp. Ventura Harbor has five marinas with 1,500 boat slips.
The Ventura Harbor is also home to significant commercial fishing activity made possible by its deepwater
capabilities and proximity to the international trade centers in Los Angeles, making it one of the
key offloading points on the West Coast.
The District owns and operates Harbor Village with seaside dining and shopping, scenic beaches,
with the five islands of the Channel Islands National Park just off the coast. Harbor Village has a
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diverse collection of restaurants, boutiques and art galleries. The District is currently in the middle of a
multi-phased accessibility and common area enhancement capital improvement project in Harbor
Village.
Approved and proposed Harbor developments in the vicinity of the Site(s) include:
Sondermann Ring Partners (“SRP”) project on Parcels 15, 16 and 18. See Exhibit 3. The mixed-use
development, which will be known as “Portside” moving forward, consists of:
o 300 apartment units
o 20,000 sq. ft. of commercial space
o 150 boat Marina
o Public park and promenade
o Public launch ramp (e.g. kayaking and paddle boarding)
The project is fully entitled and broke ground in December 2016.
The Holiday Inn Express expansion on Parcel 1 along Harbor Boulevard will add 40 guest rooms, with
new lobby and amenities to the existing hotel. Entitlements are near completion. Ground breaking is
anticipated by 3rd – 4th Quarter 2017.
Ventura Harbor Marina and Yacht Yard on Parcel 20 has plans for expansion of its existing operations
that include a restaurant, sport fishing, dry dock storage, and repair facilities. Plans call for doubling of
boat slips from 40 to 80 and constructing a new two story retail and office building w/ handicap
access. Entitlement processing is now underway with the City and California Coastal Commission.
The Ventura Port District has been awarded a two-year, $300,000 Sea Grant (approximately
$265,000 to the District) fund in collaboration with the Ventura Shellfish Enterprise (VSE), a multistakeholder
initiative that seeks to permit and manage a commercial shellfish aquaculture as a
technically proven method for the production of high value seafood to be landed at Ventura Harbor.
Specifically, VSE is seeking entitlements for aquaculture leases in state waters off the Santa Barbara
Channel to expand Ventura Harbor fisheries.
Request for Proposals (RFP)
The District, through the Board-approved RFP process, is seeking to lease two, non-contiguous
parcels totaling approximately 120,419 square feet for development of new visitor serving uses. The
portion of Parcel 5 under consideration is generally the grass area portion adjacent to the former
Blackbeards space at 1591 Spinnaker Drive. Parcel 8 is immediately adjacent to National Park
Visitors’ Center at the end of Spinnaker Drive. The grass lawn is approximately 30,250 sq. ft. or .69
acres and Parcel 8 is approximately 90,169 square feet or 2.07 acres. The Site(s) is located within the
Ventura Harbor, where development is guided by the City’s Municipal Code zoning regulations, and
1989 Comprehensive Plan (Comp Plan). The Comp Plan also functions as the Local Coastal Plan, the
policy document along with coastal zoning ordinance that make up the City’s Local Coastal Program
(LCP).
The Site(s) is located in the Comp Plan’s South Peninsula area. Within this area, only visitor parking
and public restrooms are permitted uses on the ocean side of Spinnaker Drive. In remaining areas of
the South Peninsula, water-oriented recreation, second story office, an aquarium/research center, the
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National Park Service Headquarters, tour boat services, recreational marinas, a yacht club and
restaurants with various limitations are existing and/or permitted uses. Development Teams were
permitted to include uses (e.g. hotel) that require amendments to the City’s LCP. In particular hotels
are visitor serving uses and consistent with the underlying zoning regulations, but not specifically
identified as an allowable use in the South Peninsula area.
However, any proposed amendments to the LCP will require a consistency analysis of the proposal
against the State Coastal Act, where public access, public coastal parking and coastal-related
recreation are all maximized while coastal sensitive habitats are protected. Other potential limitations
regarding height, number of stories, lot coverage and view corridors should be fully reviewed and may
require additional Comp Plan/LCP policy and coastal zoning amendments. Further, the State Coastal
Act issues described above could impact the development footprint for Parcel 8.
The following development types were not considered for the RFP:
• Residential
• Timeshare
• Waterside development (e.g. marinas)
One of the challenges associated with increasing the land use intensity at or near Harbor Village,
regardless of the type of visitor serving use, is the need for additional parking availability. Parking
surveys were conducted during summer 2015 by Associated Transportation Engineers (ATE) on
behalf of the District. The surveys demonstrated that many Harbor Village parking lots were at or near
capacity on weekend afternoons during the peak season times studied. This was not the case on
weekdays, where parking availability was much greater. Also there was significant parking availability
in the private marinas throughout the week and weekend, but not for general public use.
As a result of these surveys, the District’s Commission engaged ATE to prepare a parking
management study “Study” for existing uses throughout the harbor, but with particular emphasis on
the Harbor Village area. The Study was prepared, presented and approved by the Board earlier this
year. Development Teams are required to demonstrate to the District how they would meet parking
requirements at the Site(s), or in combination with offsite parking as may be considered by the District
and regulatory bodies such as the City of Ventura.
RFP Outreach
Circulation of the RFP included placement on the District website, distribution to the District’s existing
master and village tenants, and other interested and potentially interested parties. Advertising
included the Ventura County Star, Pacific Coast Business Times, Los Angeles Times and Western
Real Estate Business; California Special District Association (CSDA); The Log; and three trade
journals. Staff also attended the Urban Land Institute’s Hotel and Resort Development Conference in
June, 2016 to promote the RFP.
The District received three proposals for Parcel 5, and four proposals for Parcel 8. The Parcel 5
proposals included 2 hotels; and 1 commercial mixed-use project. The Parcel 8 proposals included 2
hotels; 1 hotel, amphitheater, commercial mixed-use project; and 1 boating club, education center and
commercial mixed-use project.
Pursuant to the RFP selection process, staff evaluated each proposal for its relative strengths and
weaknesses. Based on this thorough review, three development teams representing six of the seven
proposals were invited to continue in the selection process. Those development teams included
Brighton Management “Brighton”, H. Parker Hospitality “Parker” and Pacific Heritage Communities
“Pacific Heritage”. The Ventura Ocean Center proposal, which proposed a boating club, education
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center, and commercial mixed-use development was deemed non-responsive and therefore not
invited to continue in the RFP selection process.
The three development teams were invited to participate in an interview and provide a public
presentation. The interviews were held on Thursday, September 29th. The interview panel included
Oscar Peña, Brian Pendleton, David Ward, Planning Manager for the City of Ventura and Jim Ludwig,
KL Associates. Mr. Ward has extensive experience evaluating and processing projects in Ventura’s
coastal zone, while Mr. Ludwig is a commercial real estate owner, investor and consultant and serves
on the Ventura Visitors and Convention Bureau Board and Executive Committee.

The public presentations by the three development teams were held on November 9, 2016 at a Board
of Port Commissioners meeting. At a subsequent public meeting of the Board of Port Commissioners
held on December 7, 2016 Brighton Management was eliminated from further consideration in the
RFP process.
Following that Board decision, the two remaining teams were asked to respond to a request for
additional information and provide updated project plans by March 3, 2017. As a follow-up to their
submissions, both teams were given the opportunity to provide public presentations on April 26, 2017
at a Board of Port Commissioners meeting. As a result of the public presentations, both teams were
given the opportunity to provide any final project information to the District by May 1st.
Below is an overview for each of the two developer proposals for Parcel 5 and Parcel 8. Additional
project details are provided by Development Teams in Attachments 2-3 and project comparisons
provided by staff in Attachments 4-5.
PACIFIC HERITAGE COMMUNITIES
Parcel 5
Pacific Heritage is a developer with several residential projects in various stages of development in
the City of Ventura and a commercial and residential mixed-use project adjacent to Channel Islands
Harbor. Pacific Heritage proposes a two-story, commercial mixed-use project consisting of an open
floor plan of fisherman and farmers’ market stalls, four cafes and at-grade parking on the first floor,
two restaurants (one with jazz entertainment) on the second floor. Site improvements include
pedestrian-oriented promenade upgrades.
Pacific Heritage proposes a two-story restaurant building located north of and adjacent to the grass
lawn area currently utilized for surface parking. The building would consist of one restaurant on the
first floor and one restaurant on the second floor.
Pacific Heritage proposes a one-story, 18 room (38-bed) hostel between the two-story restaurant
building and 1691 Spinnaker Drive (Island Packers) currently utilized for surface parking. The hostel
would provide an off-site affordable component to the Parcel 8 hotel described below.
Pacific Heritage would develop and lease the project to fisherman and farmers’ market stall vendors,
café and restaurant operators, and a hostel operator. Letters of interest have been provided by
Stonehaus, Bogies, Vibrato Grill & Jazz and The Federal Bar.
Pacific Heritage proposes to provide parking on-site and off-site in Harbor Village and on Spinnaker
Drive. Parking for the hostel is off-site as part of the parking provided for their Parcel 8 proposal.
Parking plans are subject to the regulatory process including the District, City of Ventura and Coastal
Commission and where applicable, the approval or agreement of other master tenants.
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Parcel 8
Pacific Heritage proposes a three-story, 125-room boutique hotel, with ballroom, meeting rooms,
event area, rooftop pool, spa/fitness, bar and restaurant. The various hotel venues will be used for
public and private events such as weddings, conferences, corporate retreats, musical entertainment,
educational programming and community events. Pacific Heritage would develop and lease the
project to a hotel operator. A letter of interest is provided by Westlake Village Inn.
Pacific Heritage proposes to provide parking on-site and off-site on Parcel 9 National Park Service
(NPS) Visitor Center, Parcel 7 Ventura West Marina II and on Spinnaker Drive. Parking plans are
subject to the regulatory process including the District, City of Ventura and Coastal Commission and
where applicable, the approval or agreement of other master tenants.
H. PARKER HOSPITALITY
Parcel 5
Parker develops, owns and operates the Fess Parker hotel brand. Parker owns three hotels in
neighboring Santa Barbara County and provides management services for other boutique hotels in
California. Parker proposes a 40-room, 2-story hybrid hostel lodging facility with public pocket park
located within the footprint of the grass lawn area. Twelve of the rooms would be shared hostel-style
rooms, with the remaining 28 private hotel rooms. Parker would develop and operate this project
called “Harbor Adventure Lodge & Hostel”, in conjunction with their proposed boutique hotel for Parcel
8, as a diversified price point hotel project.
Parker proposes to provide parking on-site and off-site on Parcel 8. Parking plans are subject to the
regulatory process including the District, City of Ventura and Coastal Commission and where
applicable, the approval or agreement of other master tenants.
Parcel 8
Parker proposes a two and three story, 69-room, upscale boutique family-oriented hotel with beach
side restaurant, events pavilion and lawn area, water taxi and dock, rooftop pool, bar and grill. The
various hotel venues will be used for public and private events such as weddings, musical
entertainment, lecture series, kids club and culinary events. Parker would entitle, develop and operate
this project called “Harbor Cove Inn” in conjunction with their proposed hybrid hostel hotel for Parcel
5, as a diversified price point hotel project.
Parker proposes to provide parking on-site and off-site on Parcel 7 Ventura West Marina II or Harbor
Cove parking lot. Parking plans are subject to the regulatory process including the District, City of
Ventura and Coastal Commission and where applicable, the approval or agreement of other master
tenants.
PARCEL 5 AND 8 BIFURCATION:
Since Parcels 5 and 8 are non-contiguous, the RFP allowed for developers to submit proposals for
one or both parcels. Pacific Heritage and Parker submitted proposals for both parcels. Each
developer takes a different approach with respect to the two sites regarding project bifurcation.
Pacific Heritage has indicated that while there is a synergy between their two proposals, each project
will operate independently of each other. Therefore they would proceed with either project if not
awarded both sites.
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Parker’s proposals are joined by a singular entitlement strategy. This strategy is designed to provide
lower cost visitor accommodations on Parcel 5 (grass lawn) and boutique (higher cost)
accommodations on Parcel 8. This strategy is consistent with the Coastal Commission and the City of
Ventura Local Coastal Program (LCP) which states in part that “Lower cost visitor accommodations
shall be protected, encouraged, and where feasible, provided.” Parker has indicated they would
pursue the Parcel 8 boutique hotel as a standalone project, but believe it is not an effective
entitlement strategy without the hostel on Parcel 5 (grass lawn). Parker has indicated the economics
of the Parcel 5 (grass lawn) hostel as a standalone project do not work.
Given the complexity of the coastal entitlement process and LCP constraints of each parcel relative to
buildable area, view corridor requirements, etc., bifurcation of the two parcels to two different
development teams potentially compromises the successful development of both parcels.
FINANCIAL HISTORY OF DEVELOPERS:
In late March, District Counsel requested a litigation history (2006 – present) and financial information
from both proposed developers. The purpose was to further vet the candidates, and to gather
important information to assist the Board in selecting the best developer for Parcel 5 and 8. Neither
developer had a lengthy litigation history, just some irrelevant matters, such as divorce proceedings
and a partnership dispute. Both developers have had a successful history in real estate development:
the Parker Group mostly with commercial oriented projects, and the Ashkar Group with both
residential and commercial projects. Both developers are very strong financially, and appear to have
the wherewithal to successfully complete their planned developments on Parcels 5 and 8. This is true
even though the Ashkar Group currently has pledged some of its investment accounts as security for
cash advances to support other projects. Those projects, however, should be completed and
refinanced before development work on Parcels 5 & 8 gets underway. Accordingly, these pledged
assets should not be cause for concern, because the Ashkar Group has significant other non-pledged
assets.”
FISCAL IMPACTS:
New visitor serving uses at the Harbor can provide new ground lease revenue and other indirect
financial benefits to the Port District such as increased Harbor Village visitation and spending, and
activation of underutilized Port District real property assets. As reported by the Ventura Visitors and
Convention Bureau (VVCB), the California Travel Impacts 2013, SMG Consulting study found that
82% of visitor travel spending in Ventura County is on items other than their accommodations. Of the
82%, the bulk of the spending, 50% is on retail and restaurant purchases.
Community benefits could include increased City-wide tourism; increased property (possessory
interest), sales and/or transient occupancy tax revenues depending upon use; and creation, retention,
or expansion of job opportunities. Other benefits include improved public coastal access and related
visitor serving amenities.

NEXT STEPS:
Selection of a Development Team for negotiations of ground lease options and ground lease
agreements for future Board consideration at a future public meeting for the development of the
Site(s) as part of a proposed Development Program. Through this RFP process the District is taking
the first step in a lengthy entitlement and permitting process that involves the City of Ventura, the
California Coastal Commission and community stakeholders.
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ATTACHMENTS:
Attachment 1 – Request for Proposals to Lease Ventura Port District Property for Development
Attachment 2 – Pacific Heritage Communities Project Proposals
Attachment 3 – H. Parker Hospitality Project Proposals
Attachment 4 – Parcel 5 Projects Comparison
Attachment 5 – Parcel 8 Projects Comparison
Attachment 6 – Public Comment Letters

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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO LEASE VENTURA PORT
DISTRICT PROPERTY FOR DEVELOPMENT
KEY RFP DATES
RFP Issued – May 2, 2016
Proposal Due Date –August 12, 2016
ATTACHMENT 1 95
VENTURA PORT DISTRICT
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO LEASE VENTURA PORT
DISTRICT PROPERTY FOR DEVELOPMENT
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 Development Opportunity
1.2 Location
1.3 Size
1.4 Property Status
1.5 Community Benefits
2. OVERVIEW
2.1 The Opportunity
2.2 The Site(s)
2.3 Background Information
2.4 Development Program Goals and Objectives
3. RFP CONSIDERATIONS
3.1 Respondent Considerations
4. DONATION AND INDEMNIFICATION AGREEMENT
4.1 Donation and Indemnification Agreement
5. PROPOSAL PROCESS
5.1 Submission Requirements
5.2 Format of Submittal
6. SELECTION PROCESS
6.1 Proposal Review
6.2 Contact Information
ATTACHMENT 1 96
Ventura Port District RFP 1
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO LEASE VENTURA PORT DISTRICT
PROPERTY FOR DEVELOPMENT
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 Development Opportunity
The Ventura Port District (“District”) is seeking visitor serving proposals for the lease
and development of two non-contiguous parcels totaling approximately 120,419
square feet in Ventura, CA (the “Site(s)”) which may lead to negotiations of an option
agreement and ground lease or similar agreement with the selected Development
Team. Proposals may include lease and development of one or both parcels and
should seek to capitalize and/or leverage the Site(s) with existing Harbor visitor
serving properties and uses in order to achieve the greatest economic impact,
development quality, use and design efficiency for Ventura Harbor.
1.2 Location
The Site(s) is located in the South Peninsula of the harbor on a portion of Assessor
Parcel Number (APN) 080-0-240-260 referred to as the District’s Development Plan
Parcel 5, generally the grass lawn area portion of Parcel 5; and Parcel 8, containing
undeveloped land at the end of Spinnaker Drive. The Parcel 5 grass lawn area is
bounded by Harbor Village parking, Island Packers, and National Park Service
offices to the north; Harbor Village commercial businesses to the South; the Harbor
to the east; and Harbor Village parking and the Pacific Ocean to the West. Parcel 8
is bounded by the Harbor to the North; Spinnaker Drive to the South; National Park
Service Visitors’ Center to the east, and Harbor to the West. See Exhibit 1.
1.3 Size
The Site(s) is comprised of two separate unimproved and non-contiguous parcels.
Parcel 5 (grass lawn area) portion is approximately 30,250 sq. ft. or .69 acres and
roughly rectangular in shape. Development Teams may consider submitting
proposals with a larger development footprint than the 30,250 sq. ft. Parcel 8 is
approximately 90,169 square feet or 2.07 acres and irregularly shaped.

1.4 Property Status
The District owns both parcels and has the legal authority to lease the Site(s) for a
maximum period of 50 years under the Harbors & Navigations Code Section 6271.
Development of the Site(s) is guided by the City’s Municipal Code zoning
regulations, and 1989 Comprehensive Plan (“Comp Plan”). The Comp Plan also
functions as the Local Coastal Plan, the policy document along with coastal zoning
ordinance that make up the City’s Local Coastal Program (LCP).
1.5 Community Benefits
The District is seeking visitor serving development proposals that provide both
District and community benefits. Typical benefits are discussed in greater detail in
Section 5, below.
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View of Parcel 5 (grass lawn area) looking North
View of Parcel 5 (grass lawn area) looking East
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View from Parcel 8 looking Northwest
View from Parcel 8 looking East
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2. OVERVIEW
2.1 The Opportunity
The Site(s) is located at Ventura Harbor, a premier recreational harbor in Ventura
County offering a variety of amenities for boater enthusiasts and visitors, including
easy access to the Channel Islands, recreational fishing activities, boatyards, fuel
docks, tours, rentals, cruises, vibrant yacht clubs and a new public launch ramp.
Ventura Harbor has five marinas with 1,500 boat slips.
The Ventura Harbor is also home to significant commercial fishing activity made
possible by its deep-water capabilities and proximity to the international trade
centers in Los Angeles, making it one of the key offloading points on the West
Coast.
Three of the most prominent fish companies in the US reside in Ventura Harbor
selling California Market Squid and other seafood types around the globe, with
market squid remaining California’s largest and most lucrative commercial fishery.
For over 45 years, fisherman have utilized Ventura Harbor as their port to offload a
variety of fish including tuna, halibut, lobster, crab, sea cucumber, prawn, rockfish
and sea bass.

The District owns and operates Harbor Village with seaside dining and shopping,
scenic beaches, with the five islands of the Channel Islands National Park just off
the coast. Harbor Village has a diverse collection of restaurants, boutiques and art
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galleries. The District is currently in the middle of a multi-phased accessibility and
common area enhancement capital improvement project in Harbor Village. See
Exhibit 2.
Proposed developments in the vicinity of the Site(s) include the Sondermann Ring
Partners (“SRP”) project on Parcels 15, 16 and 18. See Exhibit 3. The mixed-use
development project consists of:
o 300 apartment units
o 20,000 sq. ft. of commercial space
o 150 boat Marina
o Public park and promenade
o Public launch ramp (e.g. kayaking and paddle boarding)
The SRP Project is fully entitled and in plan check. Ground breaking is anticipated in
2016.
Holiday Inn Express expansion on Parcel 1 along Harbor Boulevard will add 40
guest rooms, with new lobby and amenities to the existing hotel. Entitlements are
near completion.
Ventura Harbor Marina and Yacht Yard on Parcel 20 has plans for expansion of its
existing operations that include a restaurant, sport fishing, dry dock storage, and
repair facilities. Plans call for doubling of boat slips from 40 to 80 and constructing a
new two story retail and office building w/ handicap access. Entitlement processing
is now underway.
The Ventura Port District has been awarded a two year, approximately $300,000
Sea Grant fund in collaboration with the Ventura Shellfish Enterprise (VSE), a multistakeholder
initiative that seeks to permit and manage a commercial shellfish culture
as a technically proven method for the production of high value seafood to be landed
at Ventura Harbor. Specifically, VSE is seeking entitlements for aquaculture leases
in state waters off the Santa Barbara Channel to expand Ventura Harbor fisheries.
2.2 The Site(s)
The Site(s) is located within the Ventura Harbor. Development in the Harbor is
guided by the City’s Municipal Code zoning regulations, and 1989 Comprehensive
Plan (Comp Plan). The Comp Plan also functions as the Local Coastal Plan, the
policy document along with coastal zoning ordinance that make up the City’s Local
Coastal Program (LCP). The Comp Plan describes the Ventura Harbor community
as including the waters of Ventura Harbor and the land immediately surrounding
these waters. The Ventura Harbor area, as defined, is limited to the jurisdictional
boundaries of the Ventura Port District. Within the Ventura Port District jurisdictional
boundaries, the harbor has been divided into four subareas. These subareas are
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referred to as the South Peninsula, Southwest Harbor, Central Harbor and Northeast
Harbor. The Site(s) is located in the Comp Plan’s South Peninsula area. Within this
area, only visitor parking and public restrooms are permitted uses on the ocean side
of Spinnaker Drive. In remaining areas of the South Peninsula, water-oriented
recreation, second story office, an aquarium/research center, the National Park
Service Headquarters, tour boat services, recreational marinas, a yacht club and
restaurants with various limitations are existing and/or permitted uses. Other visitor
serving uses include hotels. However, while hotels are permitted in the HC zone,
they are not identified as a permitted use in the South Peninsula, and therefore an
amendment to the City’s Comp Plan would be necessary (See LCP amendments
below). Parcel 5 (lawn area) is on the Harbor side of Spinnaker Drive, and therefore
not subject to the prohibition of development on the ocean side of Spinnaker Drive. It
is less clear how Parcel 8 will be viewed from a land use perspective given its
location at the end of Spinnaker Drive. Further, the State Coastal Act issues
described below could impact the development footprint for Parcel 8.
It is incumbent upon the Development Team to fully review and consider the City’s
Municipal Code zoning regulations, and 1989 Comprehensive Plan (Comp Plan).
Proposed Development Programs may seek amendments to the City’s LCP. Any
proposed amendments to the LCP will require a consistency analysis of the proposal
against the State Coastal Act, where public access, public coastal parking and
coastal-related recreation are all maximized while coastal sensitive habitats are
protected. Other potential limitations regarding height, number of stories and lot
coverage should be fully reviewed and may require additional Comp Plan/LCP policy
and coastal zoning amendments.
California Coastal Commission (“CCC”) drafted and approved the Sea Level Rise
policy in 2015 as “guidelines”. As new “guidelines,” it is unknown how they would
apply to proposed development projects. However, new LCP amendments may
raise new issues under the “guidelines.”
The following development types will not be considered:
• Residential
• Timeshare
• Waterside development (e.g. marinas)
Parking
One of the challenges associated with increasing the land use intensity at or near
Harbor Village, regardless of the type of visitor serving use, is the need for additional
parking availability. Parking surveys were conducted during summer 2015 by
Associated Transportation Engineers (ATE) on behalf of the District. The surveys
demonstrated that many Harbor Village parking lots were at or near capacity on
weekend afternoons during the peak season times studied. This was not the case
on weekdays, where parking availability was much greater. Also there was
significant parking availability in the private marinas throughout the week and
weekend, but not for general public use. As a result of these surveys, the District’s
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Commission has engaged ATE to prepare a parking management strategy for
existing uses throughout the harbor, but with particular emphasis on the Harbor
Village area. Development Teams are responsible for meeting the parking
requirements of their proposed Development Program and must demonstrate to the
District in the proposal how they will meet them at the Site(s), or in combination with
offsite parking as may be considered by the District and regulatory bodies such as
the City of Ventura.
2.3 Background Information
History – The Ventura Port District was established on April 8, 1952, by an election
and majority vote of the citizens of Ventura. On April 15, 1952, the Board of
Supervisors of Ventura County, ordered formation of the District pursuant to the
Harbors and Navigation Code of the State of California. The District was organized
for the purpose of acquiring, constructing and operating a commercial and
recreational boat harbor within the City of Ventura. The District’s legal boundaries
encompass all of the City of Ventura as well as some small areas outside the City
limits. The Ventura Port District is what is known as an Independent “Special
District.” State law defines a special district as “any agency of the state for the local
performance of governmental or proprietary functions within limited boundaries.” A
special district is a separate local government that delivers public services, and is
governed by a five member board appointed by the Ventura City Council. The
District is the owner/operator of the Ventura Harbor. The Harbor is a 274 acre
multiple use recreational and commercial fishing small craft harbor. Other than a
2.74 acre site owned by the Department of Interior, National Park Service, the
District is the sole landowner within the Harbor. The District’s current property
holdings include approximately 152 acres of land and 122 acres of water area. The
voters of the District approved a general obligation bond issue of $4,750,000 on
February 13, 1962 to be used for construction of the Harbor. Construction was
completed and the Harbor commenced operations June 16, 1963.
Mission Statement – The Ventura Port District, home to the Channel Islands National
Park, provides a safe and navigable harbor and a seaside destination that benefits
residents, visitors, fisherman, and boaters to enjoy Ventura Harbor’s exceptional
facilities, events, and services.
Goals – The Ventura Port District will provide a rewarding and vibrant coastal marine
experience to our residents and visitors through efficient and timely execution of
these District Goals.
1) Maintain and enhance a safe and navigable harbor by:
 securing funding through the Army Corps of Engineers in coordination with
agencies and our elected officials;
 dredging the Inner Harbor and preserving infrastructure;
 providing superior Harbor Patrol, Maintenance, and related Port District
services;
 upgrading infrastructure, equipment and facilities for a modernized,
efficient and safe working harbor
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2) Support and promote commercial and recreational boating and fishing.
3) Increase economic development, vitality, and diversity of the District through
effective leasing and marketing strategies.
4) Promote sustainable use of our natural environment through business practices
and programs designed in concert with our tenants, educators, agencies, and
interest groups.
5) Build respectful, productive, and mutually beneficial business relationships with
our tenants, public agencies, elected officials and the community.
6) Provide exceptional public service and transparency at all levels within the
organization through effective leadership, training, mentoring, and oversight. This
promotes accountability, increased public trust, and a more efficient, effective and
public focused organization.
2.4 Development Program Goals and Objectives
Development Team proposals should seek to further the District’s mission and goals
as well as provide District and community benefits. Development Teams may submit
proposals including lease and development of one or both Site(s). Proposals should
seek to capitalize and/or leverage the Site(s) with existing Harbor visitor serving
properties and uses in order to achieve the greatest economic impact, development
quality, use and design efficiency for Ventura Harbor. In this context, capitalize
and/or leverage means that proposed development should benefit from existing and
proposed Harbor uses, as well as, provide benefit to existing and proposed Harbor
uses. Financial and other benefits could be achieved through collaboration with
other Master Tenants, Harbor Village Tenants, the National Parks Service, etc.
Benefits could also be achieved through existing or proposed Site control of other
parcels, existing or future agreements for shared parking, transportation services,
and by proposed operational relationships between existing Harbor properties and
uses and the proposed Development Program with one or both Site(s). The
Development Team should clearly articulate the proposed Development Program
goals and objectives.

3. RFP CONSIDERATIONS
3.1 Respondent Considerations
Information to be considered in making a proposal includes the following:
3.1.1 Proposals shall include an offer to ground lease one or both Site(s)
for Development Program purposes.
3.1.2 Ability to capitalize and/or leverage the Site(s) with existing Harbor
visitor serving properties and uses.
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3.1.3 Proposals shall include, at a minimum, specific option and lease
terms, including length of option and ground leases and projected monthly
option fee and ground lease revenues to the District, including minimum
annual rentals and percentage rentals based on business activity to be
conducted on the site(s). The District may require a good faith deposit from
the Developer as part of the option and ground lease process.
3.1.4 The District will not consider proposals involving District financial
participation in the ground lease or development of the Site(s). Developer at
its own cost is responsible for all leasing activity and development of the
site(s) including any and all fees (e.g. entitlements, permits). No fees or other
costs are waived by selection through this RFP process and should be
calculated as part of the proposed Development Program expenses.
3.1.5 The selected Development Team will be responsible for obtaining
any and all governmental approvals (e.g. entitlements, permits, etc.).
Selection through the RFP process does not guarantee outcomes relative to
necessary governmental approvals and should be considered in the
Development Program Time Schedule.
3.1.6 The Site(s) is located within the Ventura Harbor. Development in
the Harbor is guided by the City’s Municipal Code zoning regulations, and
1989 Comprehensive Plan (Comp Plan). The Comp Plan also functions as
the Local Coastal Plan, the policy document along with coastal zoning
ordinance that make up the City’s Local Coastal Program (LCP).
3.1.7 The District is ground leasing the Site(s) “As Is” and is not obligated
to repair, improve, or otherwise incur any expense with regard to improving
the property or funding any additional environmental testing or remediation. If
any prior testing has occurred, any reports on file are available for public
inspection.
3.1.8 Developer will be responsible directly to the serving entities for all
utilities required for the use of the Site(s). Developer will agree to order,
obtain, and pay for all utilities and services and installation charges in
connection with the development and operation of the property.
3.1.9 The Developer will be required to pay any and all property taxes or
possessory interest taxes (e.g. Ventura County) when due.
3.1.10 Developer will be required to provide insurance coverage as
required by the District.
Developers shall consider these factors in the proposed Development Program.
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4. DONATION AND INDEMNIFICATION AGREEMENT
4.1 Donation and Indemnification Agreement
There is an existing Donation and Indemnification Agreement regarding the
“Mermaid Playing Cello” Statue located on Parcel 8. See Exhibit 4.
5. PROPOSAL PROCESS
5.1 Submission Requirements
The submission consists of the following elements, which shall be answered as
completely as possible and in the outlined organizational order. Please submit
information in appropriate detail on each of the items described below to allow
adequate review and evaluation of your proposal.
5.1.1 Cover Letter – Maximum of two (2) single-spaced pages, signed by
an authorized officer of the lead firm, summarizing the major deal points, and
providing the name, address, email address, telephone number and fax
number of the key contact person.
5.1.2 Development Team Qualifications and Financial Capacity – The
Development Team’s ability to see a Development Program through from
concept to fruition is especially important to the District. Strong weight in the
evaluation process will be given to a Development Team that has experience
and track record in each of the following areas listed below. Keeping each
project description and pictures limited to two pages, please provide:
5.1.3 A list of current projects in the Developer’s pipeline, including predevelopment,
construction, and lease-up activities underway. This list should
include the location, project type, size and total development cost for each
project.
5.1.3.1 A list of similar or related projects in which the Development
Team and proposed associates have participated. Describe the
relationships to these projects (i.e., developed, owned, operated and/or
managed) and provide a general description of each project. These
projects shall be of a similar magnitude or related to the proposed
Development Program. Identify the location, total project costs, land
uses, length of time to complete, and actual completion dates. (Submit
specific project information.) Of particular importance to the District, is
the Development Team’s experience in entitling and developing
project’s in coastal California subject to Local Coastal Programs, and
related regulatory bodies such as local municipalities such as the City
of Ventura, the California Coastal Commission and U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers.
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5.1.3.2 Descriptions and illustrations of the proposed architect’s or
architects’ work on development projects that have been built or are
under construction. These projects shall be of a similar magnitude or
related to the proposed Development Program and shall include either
the Developer’s or the architect’s experience in designing similar
projects to the proposed Development Program. If possible, include
photographs of these projects. (Submit specific project information.)
5.1.3.3 Description of prior public-private partnerships in which the
Development Team participated in projects of similar type, magnitude
or related to the proposed Development Program.
5.1.3.4 For each project or relevant experience, a name and phone
number of a contact person familiar with this project who can act as a
reference.
5.1.3.5 Description of the ownership entity for the Development
Program, including an organizational chart and percentages of
ownership of each entity involved. To be furnished upon request.
5.1.3.6 All organizational documents for the ownership entity for the
Development Program, if available (i.e., Articles of Incorporation, ByLaws,
Partnership Agreement, Operating Agreement, Limited Liability
Company Certificate, Good Standing Certificate issued within previous
90 days). To be furnished upon request.
5.1.3.7 Financial statements for Developer and/or principals (last
two years, audited; and most recent interim, unaudited). To be
furnished upon request.
5.1.3.8 Federal and State tax returns of Developer and/or principals
(last three years). To be furnished upon request.
5.1.3.9 Statement regarding any prior bankruptcy of Developer
and/or principals and all outstanding judgments, pending or final,
against the Developer or any related individual or entity. To be
furnished upon request.
5.1.3.10 Explanation of how the Development Team proposes to
finance the Development Program by providing a description of how
the Developer(s) financed projects of similar type, scope or related to
the proposed Development Program, including total project costs,
sources and uses for similar projects. (Submit specific project
information)
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5.1.4 Proposed Development Program
5.1.4.1 A general overview of the proposed Development Program
including the type of development/use that the Development Team
considers appropriate for one or both Site(s) and all leveraged real
property. Discuss the role/importance each parcel plays in
implementing the overall proposed Development Program.
5.1.4.2 Approach to obtaining Site(s) control of any other property in
the Harbor in order to implement the proposed Development Program.
If Developer already controls property as described above, identify
each parcel, legal interest in it (e.g. owned, leased, etc.) and current
use. Identify previous or current experience with property acquisition
or leasing for proposed, completed or related projects.
5.1.4.3 If the proposed Development Program includes commercial
uses, indicate which tenants have been identified for the Site(s) and
leveraged real property, and the Development Team’s working
relationship and/or ability to secure a lease/letter of intent with tenants.
5.1.4.4 A site plan, floor plans and elevations as applicable for the
Site(s) and total proposed Development Program.
5.1.4.5 Concept renderings, images, photographs and maps to
convey the vision for the Site(s) and total proposed Development
Program.
5.1.4.6 Description of how the Developer’s vision addresses and
maximizes fulfillment of the District’s stated Development Program
Goals and Objectives (see Section 2.4)
5.1.4.7 Description of how the Developer will meet parking
requirements for the Development Program.
5.1.5 Financial Feasibility of the Proposed Development Program. Please
provide the following:
5.1.5.1 Sources and Uses of Funds for each phase of the
Development Program, as applicable.
5.1.5.2 Development Program Budget (total development cost).
5.1.5.3 Development Program Operating Pro Forma, including 10-
year cash flow analyses with clear explanations of all assumptions, as
applicable.
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5.1.5.4 Market data which demonstrates the feasibility of projected
revenue streams, as applicable.
5.1.6 Business Terms. Business Terms must include, at minimum, the
following:
5.1.6.1 Proposed deal structure: Price and terms of option and
ground lease.

5.1.6.2 Indicate division of responsibilities for the Development
Program’s successful completion.
5.1.6.3 Initial conditions: Indicate any initial conditions or
requirements that are needed to be granted by a government entity,
including the District, City of Ventura, California Coastal Commission
and other regulatory bodies. These initial conditions include, but are
not limited to technical assistance, City local coastal plan amendments,
variances or special entitlement processing, and any similar
contingency which could result in additional time and resources on the
District’s behalf to complete the proposed Development Program.
5.1.6.4 Development Program Time Schedule: A schedule of
performance outlining the estimated time for each step and phase,
including a summary “timeline” or other similar graphic representation
of the Development Program process. The schedule should recognize
the time involved in finalizing development agreements, receiving
Development Program entitlements, designing the Development
Program, financing the Development Program, commencing and
completing construction, commencing and completing tenant lease
negotiations, marketing, and final occupancy.
5.1.6.5 District and Community Benefits: Proposal of specific
benefits, which will come from implementation of the proposed
Development Program.
Examples of Site(s) relevant District benefits include ground lease
revenues, increased Harbor Village visitation and spending, and
activation of underutilized Port District real property assets.
Examples of Site(s) relevant Community Benefits include: increased
City-wide tourism; increased property (possessory interest), sales
and/or transient occupancy tax revenues; and creation, retention, or
expansion of job opportunities. Proposed projects involving hotels may
generate additional funds to the Ventura County Lodging Association
(VCLA), a tourism business improvement district.
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Other Community Benefits include proposals that provide improved
public coastal access and related visitor serving amenities,
implementation of sustainable development methods, improving public
parking opportunities as part of a proposed Development Program and
helping to meet the objectives of the LCP, Comp Plan and Harbor
Commercial Zone which states in part:
The Harbor is an area where coastal dependent, coastal related,
recreational, visitor-serving, recreational boating and commercial
fishing facilities shall be emphasized and located to function safely,
efficiently and harmoniously. Additionally the HC zone is intended to
provide visitor and recreational facilities serving low- and moderate
income persons.
As discussed, proposals may include lease and development of one or
both Site(s) and should seek to capitalize and/or leverage the Site(s)
with existing Harbor visitor serving properties and uses in order to
achieve the greatest economic impact, development quality, use and
design efficiency for Ventura Harbor.
5.1.7 References
5.1.7.1 Provide a list of at least three (3) references (if different from
those in Sections 5.1.3.4); include contact, title, address, email
address and telephone number for the agency/business which your
firm provided similar services. Also indicate the year in which your firm
provided the service(s) for the agency/business. Provide at least one
reference from a lender and one from a public agency with which you
have worked.
5.2 Format of Submittal
Submit three hard copies of the Proposal, not to exceed 50 pages and one
electronic version.
Proposals will be received at District administrative offices located at 1603
Anchors Way, Ventura, CA 93001-4229, attn.: Brian Pendleton, Business
Operations Manager until 5:00 P.M., Friday, August 12, 2016. Proposals
received after this date and time will be considered late and shall not be
accepted.
6. SELECTION PROCESS
6.1 Proposal Review
The District’s staff is responsible for managing the RFP selection process. All
proposals, submitted in response to this RFP, will be reviewed for their relative
strengths and weaknesses, based on the submission requirements and evaluation
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criteria described herein. The District may consider one or more Development
Teams for further consideration. Further consideration may include, but is not
limited to such tasks as conducting Development Team interviews and/or
presentations, requesting follow-up responses to proposal questions, performing
reference checks, gathering additional Development Team information as described
in the RFP, etc. The District prefers that the composition of the Development Teams
remain the same during the RFP process. The goal will be to recommend one or
more Development Teams to the District’s Board of Port Commissioners for further
consideration. This may lead to negotiations of option agreements and ground
leases or similar agreements for Board consideration for the development of the
Site(s) as part of a proposed Development Program. The District reserves the right
to reject any or all proposals at its sole discretion. The District may also choose to
terminate this RFP process at any time and/or reissue subsequent RFP’s for the
Site(s) at its’ sole discretion.
6.2 Contact Information
If you have questions concerning this request for proposal process please contact:
Brian Pendleton, Business Operations Manager
1603 Anchors Way, Ventura, CA 93001-4229
(805) 642-8538
bpendleton@venturaharbor.com
EXHIBITS
Exhibit 1 – District Parcel Map
Exhibit 2 – Phase 3 Enhancement Plan
Exhibit 3 – Sondermann Ring Partners Project
Exhibit 4 – Donation and Indemnification Agreement

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Seat walls with boulders
Interpretive exhibit concrete
pedestals
• Exhibits can be a part of this
phase or a future phase
Curved wall with entry signage
10-29-15
Planter areas with
palm trees
Tree grate with palm
tree
Bistro tables
New paving in this area to
provide accessibility. Existing
circular planter and trees to
remain.
Grand staircase flanked by
decorative pilasters and
walls
Stage area
Accessible ramp
(2) 18” seating terraces
Edge of Phase 2
improvements
Channel Islands map inlayed
as decorative concrete paving
Relocated kiosk
Former location of mosaic. Can be
decomposed granite or temporary
paving to allow for easy removal
should the mosaic be added later on.
Integral-colored concrete with
rock-salt finish to match Village
standard
Alternating bands of integralcolored
concrete
Alternating bands of integralcolored
concrete
Feature
• Firepit
• Public Art
• Tree Grate
VENTURA HARBOR VILLAGE PHASE 3
PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS
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1263 Westwood Blvd, Suite 210; Los Angeles, CA 90024
Phone (310) 477‐3321; Fax (310) 477‐3361
Contractor’s License # 841752
VENTURA PORT DISTRICT ‐ REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
PACIFIC HERITAGE COMMUNITIES – PARCEL 5 & PARCEL 8
For your consideration, Pacific Heritage Communities submits the following package in response to the
December 19, 2016 letter from the Ventura Port District:
Pg 1: Cover Letter and Summary
Pg 2 – 4: Response to Ground Lease Conditions and Project Specific Feedback
Pg 5 – 11: Additional Information and Question 1 – Operators & Letters
Pg 12 – 49: Additional Information and Question 2 – Development Team & Bios
Pg 50 – 70: Additional Information and Question 3 – Attracting Local Residents & Marketing Report
Pg 71 – 74: Additional Information and Question 4 – Effective Outreach
Pg 75 – 76: Additional Information and Question 5 – Parcel 8 Entertainment
Pg 77 – 79: Additional Information and Question 6 – Existing Tenant Integration  
Pg 80 – 91: Additional Information and Question 7 – Parking Plan & ATE Report
Pg 92 – 96: Additional Information and Question 8 – Entitlement Process and Timeline
Pg 97 – 102: Additional Information and Question 9 – Parcel 8 and Parcel 5 Rent Spreadsheet  
Pg 103 – 165: Additional Information and Question 10 – Updated Site Uses & Architecturals  
   
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March 3, 2017
Board of Port Commissioners
1603 Anchors Way Drive
Ventura, CA  93001
RE:  Response to District Request for Information as Outlined in December 19, 2016 Letter
Honorable Commissioners:
Please find the attached response to your questions and your requests for additional information as
outlined in your December 19, 2016 letter regarding our proposals for Ventura Port District Parcels 5
and 8.   
We were pleased to learn that we were one of two Development Teams chosen for consideration. We
welcome this opportunity to not only respond to questions, but through that process, to refine and
improve the individual projects contained within our proposal.  We remain committed to this process
and have worked diligently since our last presentation on improving design, site planning, and solidifying
agreements with additional tenants and operators. We value the opportunity to partner with your
Commission and staff in realizing your vision for Ventura Harbor.
We have assembled a project team that has built personal and working relationship with this community
over decades –with elected officials, agencies and the community on any number of development
projects and in support of non‐profit quality of life endeavors.  We understand the local landscape –
from project entitlement and permitting to community outreach and marketing. It is also a team with an
understanding and experience of how to respond to and navigate coastal, state, and federal processing.  
Of great import over the long term are the quality business owners and operators that have committed
to be part of these exciting projects, including the new addition of John Notter with Stonehaus, Bogies,
and Westlake Properties, Inc.  
We look forward to maintaining open lines of communication with your Commission and your staff as
this review process continues.  Please contact me directly if you require more enhanced responses to
the questions within your December 19, 2016 letter, clarification of what follows, or if you have
additional questions or comments.
Respectfully submitted,  
John Ashkar
President      
1263 Westwood Blvd, Suite 210; Los Angeles, CA 90024
Phone (310) 477‐3321; Fax (310) 477‐3361
Contractor’s License # 841752
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Response to Ground Lease Conditions  
and Project Specific Feedback
   
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Ground Lease Considerations:
Necessity for reciprocal easement agreement (REA)
This is not a problem. We are well experienced with REA’s.  
Project Specific Feedback:
We have continued to work to advance the quality and clarity of our submittal, as our goal is to permit
and build projects that are not only of high quality, but that serve the long term interests of the port and
the community.  We have maintained open lines of communication with your Commission and staff
throughout the review process and will continue to do so as the process progresses.  
These modifications, improvements, and enhanced feasibility studies reflect our investment, effort, and
willingness to not only perfect our proposal, but to respond to the feedback and ideas we have received
throughout this review process. Based on the direction received in the December 19, 2016 letter, as well
as our continued refinements, we have made the following adjustments and changes to the original
proposals.  
Overall:
We have added Gensler, a global architecture, design, and planning firm, as the lead on design and
construction drawings for the developments. They bring immense experience and expertise and an
impressive resume of high quality properties. See Development Team Bios for further detail.  
Parcel 5:
Per the District’s direction, we have eliminated the office.
We are pleased to include two new, highly esteemed tenants into our expanded mix for Parcel 5 –
Stonehaus and Bogies – as well as an additional tenant for the second floor restaurants, restaurateur
Shad Davis from The Federal. Please see Team Bios and Third Party Letters for further detail and
renderings of these exciting uses.  
We are experienced, able, and have begun the research and preparations for a Local Coastal Program
(LCP) amendment per the existing restrictions on number of restaurant at Harbor Village. Through the
expertise and guidance of Susan McCabe of McCabe & Company, she has developed a strategy for
limiting the effects of the LCP process on Parcel 5 even further.    
In light of the LCP amendment for the proposed Parcel 5 uses, to expedite the processing and get the
development operational quickly since there are two separate buildings, we propose to break Parcel 5
into Parcel 5A and Parcel 5B. This separation would allow us to move forward with processing and
developing the fish and farmer’s market with upstairs restaurants (Parcel 5A) immediately, without the
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need for a LCP amendment. We would concurrently process the LCP amendment for an additional
restaurant for Parcel 5B (Stonehaus) and begin construction as soon as possible thereafter. Since the
LCP for Parcel 5 is not project specific, the City of Ventura can apply immediately and begin processing
the amendment to the LCP which now limits the numbers of restaurants that can be located within the
South Peninsula area of the harbor.
Parcel 8:
Per the District’s direction, we have eliminated the office and the amphitheater. With the increased
flexibility of space, we have redesigned the hotel to feature a premier outdoor venue and other meeting
rooms for weddings, conference, corporate retreats, and community events. In addition, we have
further defined the spaces surrounding the high end restaurant to feature multiple terraces that
overlook and lead down to the beach as well as the spa, the fitness center, and the rooftop deck and
bar.  
Two highly qualified and successful operators of luxury hotels – Dieter Huckestein of Clarismo Partners
and John Notter of Westlake Properties, Inc. are interested in partnering in operating the first‐class
boutique hotel on Parcel 8.  Please see further detail on the impressive portfolios and histories of these
operators in their Team Bios.  
While crafting our first response to the Port’s RFP, we became aware of the Coastal Commission’s desire
and policy to ensure that hotels with high price points designed to attract a high end demographic
should include a more affordable/assessable alternative for overnight stay.  We chose not to include an
affordable component into our hotel at that time, instead with the idea of exploring with Port
Commission, and with the Coastal Commission staff, which affordable alternative best fit into the
Harbor’s long term vision.   
As the concept of a hostel has not only surfaced in meetings with your Commission, but with
representatives of the Coastal Commission, we now offer it as an alternative – and propose to build and
operate a boutique hostel on a small portion of parking area between Island Packers and The Stonehaus
(newly proposed tenant for Parcel 5). We will process the hostel in conjunction with the Parcel 8
boutique hotel as one application concurrently with the City of Ventura and Coastal Commission. If in
the event the Harbor Commission decides that they do not want the hostel, that will be fine and can be
eliminated from the hotel application and we will proceed with the boutique hotel as designed.  
   
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Third Party Tenants and Operators
Letters of Interest
   
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Additional Information and Questions 1:  
If your proposals include the use of third party tenants and operators (e.g. hotels, restaurants,
retailers, entertainment management, etc.), provide an executed letter of intent (LOI) with each
proposed tenant and operator for Parcels 5 and 8. If it does not, please state so.  
Due to the length of time it will take to process these projects, until entitlements are in place, and the
then costs, marketplace, economic atmosphere, financing costs, etc, are known to all, it is not in either
party’s interest to lock in rental rates or terms at this early stage. Enclosed are letters of interest from
the tenant parties who are highly enthusiastic and sincere in renting here and who are also available to
testify at any public hearings.  
   
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March 2, 2017
Board of Port Commissioners
Ventura Port District
1603 Anchors Way Drive
Ventura, CA 93001
Re: Pacific Heritage Communities Proposal for Ventura Harbor RFP Parcel 8
Please accept this letter of interest and support for, and our desire to partner with, Pacific Heritage
Communities on their exciting proposed project for your Ventura Harbor.
Clarismo Partners has great interest in a Four Star Boutique Hotel on the coast of Ventura County, and
we see the Parcel 8 project proposed by Pacific Heritage as an incredible opportunity for the City of
Ventura and for the Ventura Harbor especially.   
This outstanding and unique location with its marina and ocean setting and views, the proximity of
nearby freeway access, and walkability to local attractions at the Harbor will serve to make this Four Star
Hotel one of the most celebrated in Ventura County.  As a high‐end destination and attraction on the
water with beach access, a celebrity chef restaurant, ballroom/event area, rooftop deck and bar, fitness
center and spa, we will draw from the local surrounding community, Ventura County,  Santa Barbara
County, San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles and from around the United States.
I have met with John, Brett, and Arianna Ashkar several times and on the site.  We see a strong fit and
opportunity with this premium location and wish to express our excitement and interest in the Harbor
site.   
As I testified before you at the November 9th hearing, I strongly urge the Ventura Harbor Commission to
accept the proposal submitted by Pacific Heritage Communities.
  
Sincerely,  
Clarismo Partners
Dieter Huckestein, Chairman
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Development Team Members
Bios and Product Samples
   
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Additional Information and Questions 2:
Provide a comprehensive list of all current Development Team members for Parcels 5 and 8 with
company name, company staff (name and title) and contact information.
Pacific Heritage Communities Development Team – Parcels 5 & 8
Pacific Heritage Communities
John Ashkar – President  
John@PacificHeritage.us
Arianna Ashkar – VP of Development
Arianna@ PacificHeritage.us
Brett Ashkar – VP of Operations
Brett@ PacificHeritage.us
SESPE Consulting
Sandy Smith – Land Use Consultant
Ssmith@sespeconsulting.com
John Hecht – President
jhecht@sespeconsulting.com
Gensler (Architect)
Robert Jernigan – Managing Principal  
robert_jernigan@gensler.com
Duncan Paterson – Design Principal; Mixed Use
duncan_paterson@gensler.com
Douglas Peters – Senior Associate; Project
Architect
Douglas_Peters@gensler.com
Fong Liu – Design Director; Hospitality  
fong_liu@gensler.com
Kelly Van Oteghem – Associate  
Kelly_VanOteghem@gensler.com
Westlake Properties, Inc.
John Notter – Chairman
(818) 889‐0230
Chris Cuilty – COO / CFO
Chris_cuilty@wvinn.com
Clarismo Partners
Dieter Huckestein – Chairman and CEO
dhuckes@yahoo.com
Aarons Architects
Ronald W Aarons – Owner  
ronaarons@gmail.com
Herb Alpert’s Vibrato Grill & Jazz
Eric Graham – General Manager
eric.graham@vibratogrilljazz.com
Serafina Restaurant Group
Craig Levy – Owner
Shad Davis Restaurant Group
Shad Davis – Restaurateur & Chef
Rasmussen & Associates
Scott Boydstun – Senior Principal
sboydstun@rasmussenandassociates.com
McCabe & Company
Susan McCabe – Principal & Founder
smccabe@mccabeandcompany.net
Searle Creative
Kellie Meehan – Owner and Creative Director  
info@searlecreative.com
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Cohen Begun & Deck, LLP
Chuck Cohen – Partner
ccohen@cbdlawyers.com
Latham & Watkins
George Mihlsten – Partner  
George.mihlsten@lw.com
L. Newman Design Group
Bob Bombardier – President – Landscape Design
bob@lndg.net
The Siracusa Company
Ernie Siracusa – Principal – Market Analysis
Siracusaco@vcnet.com
Associated Transportation Engineers
Scott Schell – Principal
SSchell@atesb.com
Pacific Coast Civil, Inc.
Richard Doss – President
rich@pacificcoastcivil.com
Congleton & Associates
Linda S. Congleton – Principal; Market Analysis
Linda@congletonconsulting.com
Veneklasen Associates
John LoVerde – Principal & Director of
Architectural Acoustics  
Jloverde@veneklasen.com
*Please see attached Development Team Bios & Product Samples
   
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Gensler is a global architecture, design, and planning firm with 46 locations and more than 5,000
professionals networked across Asia, Europe, Australia, the Middle East and the Americas. Founded
in 1965, the firm serves more than 3,500 active clients in virtually every industry. Gensler designers
strive to make the places people live, work and play more inspiring, more resilient and more
impactful.
Recent Accolades
• Business Insider ranks Gensler #25 on “Top 100 Creators” list
• Glassdoor “Best Places to Work 2016”
• Forbes “America’s Best Employers”
• #3 architectural firm in “2015 Architect 50”
• World Architecture 100 #1 Most Admired US Firm, #3 Most Admired Global Firm
• “World’s Biggest Architect” on Building Design’s World Architecture 100 in 2015, 2014, 2013
• AIA Institute Honor Awards for Architecture in 2014 and 2012
• For the 34th consecutive year, Gensler tops Interior Design magazine’s “Top 100 Giants” list
Revenues
Gensler’s worldwide revenues for fiscal year 2015 were $1.075 billion.
Locations
About Gensler
For Media Queries Contact:
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www.gensler.com
Asia Pacific
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Beijing
Hong Kong
Seoul
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Singapore
Sydney
Tokyo
EMEA
Abu Dhabi
Birmingham
Dubai
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.
Latin America
Mexico City
San José, Costa Rica
São Paulo
North America
Atlanta
Austin
Baltimore
Boston
Charlotte
Chicago
Dallas
Denver
Detroit
Houston
La Crosse
Las Vegas
Los Angeles
Miami
Minneapolis
Morristown, NJ
New York
Newport Beach
Oakland
Philadelphia
Phoenix
Pittsburgh
Raleigh-Durham
San Diego
San Francisco
San Jose
Seattle
Tampa
Toronto
Washington, D.C
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About Gensler (cont.)
Arts & Culture
Aviation & Transportation
Brand Design
Commercial Office Building
Developers
Consulting
Consumer Goods
Convention Centers
Corporate Campuses
Critical Facilities
Defense & Aerospace
Education
Energy
Entertainment
Financial Services Firms
Hospitality
Landlord Services
Government
Health & Wellness
Media
Mixed Use
Not-for-Profit
Planning & Urban Design
Product Design
Professional Services Firms
Residential
Retail
Retail Centers
Sciences
Sports
Tall Buildings
Technology
Expertise
Gensler is organized to support clients at every stage of the design cycle, from initial strategy
and design planning through implementation and management. Unique among design firms,
Gensler’s integrated network serves a cross-section of the global economy through the following
practice areas:
Board of Directors
Andy Cohen, FAIA
Diane Hoskins, FAIA
Robin Klehr Avia, FIIDA
Joseph Brancato, AIA
David Calkins, FAIA, LEED® AP
Jordan Goldstein, AIA, IIDA, LEED® AP
Robert Jernigan, FAIA, LEED® AP
Nila Leiserowitz, FASID, IIDA
Ray Shick, AIA
Julia Simet, IIDA, LEED® AP
Duncan Swinhoe, RIBA
Dan Winey, FAIA, IIDA, LEED® AP, BD+C
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John L. Notter
Mr. Notter is chairman of Westlake Properties, Inc., a private real estate company based in
Westlake Village, California which owns and operates the four-diamond Westlake Village Inn.
In the past, Mr. Notter served as chairman of the audit committee as a member of the Hilton
Hotels Corporation board of directors and chairman of Princess Hotels International, Inc. He
concurrently served as president of Universe Tankships, Inc., and National Bulk Carrier, Inc.—
one of the world’s largest providers of tankers and shipping services. Mr. Notter has served on
the boards of Financière Crédit Suisse First Boston in Zurich, Swiss American Corporation and
Suntory Industries of Japan, and York-Hanover, Ltd. in the U.S. and Canada. Additionally, he
was a member of the advisory board of Chemical Bank of New York, Columbia University, and
the Frank W. Jobe Foundation in Los Angeles.
From 1964 to 1980 Mr. Notter was president of the D.K. Ludwig Group, an international
network of companies with major interests in real estate, hotels, shipping, insurance, agriculture,
and mining. He also served as chairman of American-Hawaiian Steamship Company, the
developer of a major master-planned community in Westlake Village, California.
John Notter serves as chairman of the board for the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, an
international community of distinguished scientists dedicated to preventing and controlling
cancer, and as a trustee of the Virginia and D.K. Ludwig Fund for Cancer Research.
Born in Zurich, Switzerland, Mr. Notter immigrated with his family to the United States in 1941.
After serving in the United States Army, he graduated from Pasadena City College and
California State University, Los Angeles. In 2006, He received an Honorary Doctor of Laws
Degree from California Lutheran University.
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Stonehaus
Our Story
The Stonehaus, a boutique enoteca reminiscent of Italy, is the newest addition to the Westlake
Village Inn, located off the 101 freeway, halfway between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara. The
Stonehaus is one of the most unique lifestyle gathering places in the greater Los Angeles area.
The Stonehaus offers a mélange of experiences: custom roasted coffee and fresh baked pastries
in the morning, gourmet food at lunch, ending the day as a wine bar and tasting room. Our
private label coffee is roasted fresh each weekend and our pastries are baked fresh each morning.
During lunch, you can pick up gourmet salads or panini, created by our Executive Chef. The
ingredients are fresh, healthy, and seasonal, offering a fare reminiscent of a chic eatery in
Europe. As the day progresses, the atmosphere relaxes into that of a winery. Serving fresh made
pizza, salumi and fromaggi and a wide range of wine flights, we define enoteca.
The stone courtyard area along with our unique fireplace and private vineyard provide the perfect
backdrop to experience The Stonehaus offerings. Whether you feel like meandering through our
vineyard, sitting by the outdoor stone fireplace or playing bocce ball, we are convinced you will
enjoy and savor every moment.
Monday – Thursday 6am – 9pm
Friday 6am – 12am
Saturday 7am – 12am
Sunday 7am – 9pm
Music Available
Thu 5-9pm
Fri-Sat 6-10pm
Sun 3-7pm
Pizza Available
Thursday 4pm – 9pm
Friday 5pm – 10pm
Saturday 12pm – 10pm
Sunday 12pm – 8pm
*Hours and availability may change due to
weather conditions
Breakfast Hours
Weekdays Serve until 11am
Weekends Serve until 12pm
*All Salads and Paninis Available All Day
* Bloody Marys Available Sunday 10am –
2pm
4th Annual October Fest
October 14,15,16
Music
Friday 4pm – 10pm
Saturday 12pm – 10pm
Sunday 12pm – 8pm
Location32039 Agoura Road
Westlake Village, CA 91361
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Welcome to The Westlake Village Inn
The Westlake Village Inn’s lovely wrought iron fence is your gateway to a magical place. The
view of lush, green landscapes that seem to be never-ending, the enchanting lake, cobblestone
paths, vineyards and beautiful gardens with lovely gazebos and charming arbors are enough to
leave you captivated. The Inn is both a hotel with 141 well-appointed deluxe accommodations
and a special event venue that caters to weddings, birthdays, meetings and other special
occasions. Located halfway between Santa Barbara and Los Angeles, the 17-acre property hosts
various banquet and meeting rooms, outdoor weddings sites and a vineyard.
The Village at Westlake Village Inn™ is also home to the most popular restaurants in the Conejo
Valley, Stonehaus a boutique enoteca reminiscent of Italy – the perfect place to wander through
our vineyard and sip wine. Bogie’s, the “classy little joint” perfect for cocktails and dancing and
Mediterraneo, known for its creative bistro style menu, are all only a few steps away.
The Village at Westlake Village Inn™ is the ultimate choice for any special event or a weekend
getaway. The Inn offers almost everything a guest could ask for on a holiday or special occasion.
Whether it’s a day event or a week-long stay, the staff is always ready to cater to your needs.
Call now for reservations and inquiry 818-889-0230. You may also connect with The Westlake
Village Inn’s Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest accounts for updates.
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December 2016
SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
Jeff Fisher LIVE
at Bogies- LA
RAMS
November 28, 2016 6:00
pm – 7:00 pm
Music Night at
Bogies | Greg
Adams and East Bay
Soul ($10 cover)
November 29, 2016 7:00
pm
Latin
Night/Dancing
November 30, 2016 6:30
pm
Music Night at
Bogies | Gordon
Goodwin’s Little
Phat Band (Cover
charge $15/$10
students)
December 1, 2016 7:00
pm
Club Night-Classy
Friday’s
December 2, 2016 9:00
pm
Club Night-Sweet
Saturday
December 3, 2016 9:00
pm
Music Night at
Bogies | Wally
World (Cover charge
$10)
December 4, 2016 6:00
pm
Jeff Fisher LIVE
at Bogies- LA
RAMS
December 6, 2016 6:00
pm – 7:00 pm
Music Night at Bogies
| Boyd Cannon Big
Band with special
guests the Agoura
High School Jazz
Band (no cover)
December 6, 2016 7:30
pm
Latin
Night/Dancing
December 7, 2016 6:30
pm
Music Night at
Bogies | Steve
Postell and Night
Train (Cover charge
$10)
December 8, 2016 7:00
pm
Music Night at
Bogies | Guitar
Center Jam
December 9, 2016 5:30
pm
Club Night-Classy
Friday’s
December 9, 2016 9:00
pm
Club
Night-Sweet
Saturday
December 10, 2016 9:00
pm
Music Night at
Bogies | Denny
Laine and Friends
“The Beatles’ Abbey
Road Complete”
(Tickets $30 on sale
in advance of show)
December 11, 2016 7:00
pm
Jeff Fisher LIVE
at Bogies- LA
RAMS
December 13, 2016 6:00
pm – 7:00 pm
Music Night at Bogies
| Jack Mack and the
Heart Attack (Cover
charge $10)
December 13, 2016 7:30
pm
Latin
Night/Dancing
December 14, 2016 6:30
pm
Club NightClassy
Friday’s
December 16, 2016 9:00
pm
Club
Night-Sweet
Saturday
December 17, 2016 9:00
pm
Music Night at
Bogies | Jeff
Lorber and Jimmy
Haslip and Gary
Novak (Cover charge
$25)
December 18, 2016 6:00
pm
Jeff Fisher LIVE
at Bogies- LA
RAMS
December 19, 2016 6:00
pm – 7:00 pm
Music Night at
Bogies | Rick
Jarrett w/male vocals
& dancing (no cover)
December 20, 2016 7:30
pm
Latin
Night/Dancing
December 21, 2016 6:30
pm
Music Night at
Bogies | Dave
Marotta (Cover
charge $10)
December 22, 2016 7:00
pm
Music Night at
Bogies | Masta
Edge of Soul (No
cover charge)
December 23, 2016 5:30
pm
Club Night-Classy
Friday’s
December 23, 2016 9:00
pm
Club
Night-Sweet
Saturday
December 24, 2016 9:00
pm
Jeff Fisher LIVE
at Bogies- LA
RAMS
December 26, 2016 6:00
pm – 7:00 pm
Latin
Night/Dancing
December 28, 2016 6:30
pm
Music Night at
Bogies | Texas
Brown (Cover charge
$10)
December 29, 2016 7:00
pm
Club NightClassy
Friday’s
December 30, 2016 9:00
pm
Bogies New
Years Eve in
Spain – TICKETED
EVENT
December 31, 2016 8:00
pm – 1:30 am
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Clarismo Partners LLC     |   www.clarismo.com     |     310‐600‐4321
Dieter Huckestein
Chairman and CEO Clarismo Partners
A 44-year veteran of the hospitality industry, Dieter Huckestein has wide-ranging
experience in all facets of lodging operations and development. He served as chairman and
Chief Executive Officer – Conrad Hotels, the global, luxury brand in the Hilton family of hotels,
and President – Hilton Global Alliance. His career has ranged from humble beginnings at the
Waldorf-Astoria, New York, to the operation of one of the top three largest hospitality companies
in the world, Hilton Hotels Corporation.
As Executive Vice President – Hilton Hotels Corporation, and President – owned and
managed hotel operations from 1994 to 2004, Dieter Huckestein was responsible for Hilton’s
entire portfolio of approximately 400 owned and managed full service hotels, overseeing hotel
operations that drove over $5 billion in revenues. He was also responsible for the global
implementation of Hilton Global Reservation System and Hilton Honors, the industry’s leading
guest loyalty program, the development and introduction of the Hilton Garden Inn brand
(currently the industry’s fastest-growing hotel brand) and the creation of signature food and
beverage concepts including specialty restaurants featuring Japanese, Italian, seafood and
steak house cuisines.
In addition, Dieter Huckestein played an integral role in the sourcing, design, and
development of Hilton owned and managed convention center properties including marquee
destinations such as the Houston, Austin, and San Diego Hilton convention centers which
combined, utilize over 500,000 square feet of convention space.
In 2004, Dieter Huckestein was Chairman of the American Hotel & Lodging Association
(AH&LA) and served as the 2006 President of the International Hotel & Restaurant Association
(IH&RA)
In 2006 the American Academy of Hospitality Sciences honored him with their Lifetime
Achievement Award bestowed to recognize outstanding hoteliers for their stellar contributions to
the global hospitality industry.
As a member of Hilton’s Board of Directors for ten years enabling him gain further expertise of
financial transactions, the 3.6 billion acquisition of Promus Hotels in 1999, the purchase and
repositioning of the 1200 Hyatt Resort in Hawaii and the reunification of the Hilton International
Brand.
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Clarismo Partners LLC     |   www.clarismo.com     |     310‐600‐4321
More recently, from February, 2006 until August, 2008 he was the President and Chief
Executive Officer of Yellowstone Club World. He currently serves and Chairman and CEO of
Clarismo Partners, a privately-owned real estate investment company focused on generating lowrisk
returns on rental income and equity-based appreciation through the acquisition, repositioning,
and divestiture of distressed real-estate.
With two initial Funds successfully subscribed, this model has generated consistent cash
returns through a multi-disciplinary approach to identifying, acquiring, and managing distressed
commercial and residential properties, and also is a member and investor of Buenaventura
Fund, L.P.
Mr. Huckestein and his wife, Cecilia, have two married sons and five Grand Children,
residing in Oxnard and Westlake Village, and multiple successful business ventures. Mrs.
Huckestein holds a master’ degree in English literature and a doctorate in cognitive and
educational psychology from USC. Additionally, she is an adjunct Professor at California State
University, Channel Islands.
Hotel and Conference Center Projects
Fox Hotel and Conference Center (Montana)
Project Cost:     $60MM
Keys:       200
Conference Space:   20,000 Square Feet
Retail Space:     20,000 Square Feet
Year Completed:   Current
Development Partner:   The Farran Group, LLC
Municipal Contact:   Mayor John Engen
Houston Hilton Hotel/Convention Center
Project Cost:     $284MM
Keys:       1,200
Convention Space:   91,500 Square Feet  
Year Completed:   2003
Development Partner:   Hines
Municipal Contact: Mayor Lee Brown
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Clarismo Partners LLC     |   www.clarismo.com     |     310‐600‐4321
San Diego Hilton Hotel/Convention Center
Project Cost:     $345MM
Keys:       1,190
Convention Space:   165,000 Square Feet
Year Completed:   2008
Development Partner:   One Park Boulevard, LLC
Municipal Contact: Mayor Richard Murphy
Austin Hilton Hotel/Convention Center
Project Cost:     $160MM
Keys:       800 Plus 90 Residential Penthouse Suites
Convention Space:   60,000 Square Feet
Year Completed:   2003
Municipal Contact: Mayor Gus Garcia
Hilton Hawaiian Village Expansion
Developed a new tower that added 400 keys with additional convention space and retailing.  This
positioned the Hilton Hawaiian Villages as one of the largest beach hotels in the world with over 150,000
square feet of meeting space, 90 world‐class retail shops, and over 20 restaurants.
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McCabe & Company
McCabe & Company is led by Susan McCabe who possesses nearly forty years of legislative and
advocacy experience in the State of California. Our team of professionals have extensive experience and
skillful expertise in public policy analysis, land use planning and strategy development.
SUSAN McCABE PRINCIPAL & FOUNDER
Susan McCabe is the President and CEO of McCabe & Company. With nearly forty years experience
working in a variety of government and government-related positions within the State of California,
Susan offers a strong knowledge of the intricacies of both legislative and administrative processes.
Susan developed an expertise in land use matters as a legislative aide to the Chair of the Assembly Ways
& Means Subcommittee on Transportation, Resources, Agriculture and the Environment, as a Principal
Consultant to the Assembly Natural Resources Committee, as a member of the California Coastal
Commission, and as executive director of an environmental organization concerned with coastal land
use issues.
After her years working for the State Legislature, Susan honed her advocacy skills working with the
respected firm of Rose & Kindel where she split her time between the firm’s Sacramento and Los
Angeles offices representing clients with issues before the State Legislature, Southern California
government agencies and the Coastal Commission.
Susan founded McCabe & Company in 1999 and over time the firm has come to specialize exclusively
in consulting and advocacy for a wide range of both public and private sector clients with matters before
the Coastal Commission.
Susan holds a Master of Public Administration and a Bachelor of Arts in Community Health from
California State University, Sacramento.
Susan serves as Vice President of Equality California, the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and
transgender civil rights organization whose mission is to achieve and maintain full and lasting equality,
acceptance and social justice for all people in our diverse LGBT communities, inside and outside
California.
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George J. Mihlsten
Partner
E: george.mihlsten@lw.com
T: +1.213.891.8196
355 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90071-1560
USA
Profile:
Mr. Mihlsten has substantial experience in real estate, regulatory and legislative issues at the
local, state and federal level. His work often includes real estate projects and transactions,
including securing regulatory approvals for large scale development projects. In addition, Mr.
Mihlsten has broad experience in complex regulatory and legislative issues.
His work includes environmental clearances pursuant to the California Environmental Quality
Act and the National Environmental Policy Act. In addition, Mr. Mihlsten has extensive
experience in coordinating large teams in connection with these projects including architects,
engineers, environmental scientists, community relations and communications specialists, and
media relations experts. Mr. Mihlsten also works with many community and business leaders,
representatives of organized labor and elected officials in connection with many of these projects
and issues.
Projects on which he has advised include studios, resorts, office complexes, mixed use projects,
hospitals, high-rise condominium projects, shopping centers, oil fields, refineries, residential
projects and sports facilities. Mr. Mihlsten has served on a number of task forces dealing with
issues such as housing policies, transportation policies, permit streamlining and environmental
review processes.
Experience:
Specific projects, for which Mr. Mihlsten has had primary responsibility, including coordination
of legal, political and communications issues for each project, include the following:
• The US$350 million, 20,000 seat Staples Center arena, home of the NBA’s Los Angeles
Lakers, the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers and the NHL’s Los Angeles Kings
• Approvals for US$1.6 billion Master Plan for Universal City on behalf of NBC
Universal, including approvals for expansion of studio, theme park, CityWalk and tram
tour
• Approvals for oil field expansion in Santa Barbara County for Breitburn Energy and
Pacific Coast Energy Company
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• The Disney Resort Specific Plan on behalf of The Walt Disney Company, a Master Plan
for a Disneyland and Disney’s California Adventure in Anaheim, California
• Master Plan for Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California
• Master Plan for Fox Studios in Los Angeles, California
• Approvals for various refinery projects located in southern California for World Oil
Company
• Master Plan and long-term approvals for Paramount Studios in Hollywood, California
• Master Plan and long-term approvals for Forest Lawn, Hollywood Hills
• Master Plan and long-term approvals for Loyola Marymount University
• Approvals for the redevelopment of the former ABC Entertainment Center in Century
City, including the new 800,000 square foot 2000 Avenue of the Stars project
• Long-term lease and financing agreements for new Martin Luther King Hospital in Los
Angeles County
• Approvals for the 40 story Sun America tower in Century City on behalf of JMB Realty
• Approvals for two 38 story residential towers in Century City on behalf of JMB Realty
• Sale of the Ahmanson Ranch property to the State of California on behalf of Washington
Mutual for US$150 million
• Complex regulatory approvals and Master Plan for US$2 billion Playa Vista, project one
of the largest infill urban projects in Los Angeles, near Marina del Rey
• Sale of a portion of the Playa Vista property to the State of California for US$139 million
• Approvals for various projects for AG Spanos in Stockton, California
• Approvals for various refinery projects located in southern California for World Oil
Company
• Approvals for a 2 million square foot retail, office and residential project in Bakersfield,
California
• Approvals for The Beverly Hilton Master Plan including a new 5 star hotel and
residential towers
• Approvals for a 4 million square foot mixed-use industrial and office project in City of
Industry California and alternative Los Angeles Football Stadium project
• Approvals for the preservation, rehabilitation and additions to Lincoln Place in Venice
area of Los Angeles
• Approvals for the GH Palmer 1000 unit Lorenzo project adjacent to USC
Bar Qualification  
California
Education  
JD, University of Southern California Gould School of Law, 1980
MBA, University of Southern California, 1980
BS, University of Southern California, 1977
Practices  
Project Siting & Approvals
Environment, Land & Resources
Real Estate
Industries  
Entertainment, Sports & Media
Energy ‐ Oil & Gas
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BRANZINO $40
DOUBLE CUT LAMB CHOPS $48
BERKSHIRE PORK DOUBLE CUT
SAUTEED SPINACH, GRANNY SMITH APPLES,
BOURBON GLAZE & CRISPY LEAKS
CAULIFLOWER STEAK (VEGAN) $22
CURRY PARSNIP PUREE AND GRILLED CORN RELISH
FILET MIGNON 8 OZ /12 OZ $39 / $44
RIBEYE 16 OZ $46
COWBOY RIBEYE 18 OZ $54
PORTERHOUSE 32 OZ $85
SKIRT STEAK $31
SAUCES CABERNET REDUCTION • PARSLEY CHIMICHURRI • BEARNAISE* ROASTED GARLIC HERB BUTTER • POINT REYES BLUE CHEESE FONDUE
FROM THE GRILL
SIDE DISHES
RARE
COLD RED CENTER
CHEF’S TIPS
MEDIUM RARE
WARM RED CENTER
MEDIUM
PINK CENTER
MEDIUM WELL
SLIGHT PINK
WELL DONE
NO PINK
ADD-ONS
JUMBO LUMP
CRAB OSCAR
$15
CARMELIZED
RED ONIONS
$6
MAINE
LOBSTER TAIL
$25
SEASONAL CLASSICS
SIDE DISH SAMPLER • CHOICE OF THREE SIDES $25
POTATOES
$12
GARLIC WHIPPED $8
ROASTED FINGERLING
BAKED/LOADED $8/$10
SWEET POTATO FRIES
THRICE COOKED,
HAND CUT,
FRENCH FRIES
$8
$12
CREAMED SPINACH
ONION STRINGS $10
GARLIC KALE $10
CREAMED CORN $12
JALAPENO
MAC & CHEESE $10
ADD BACON $6
ADD CHICKEN $8
ADD LOBSTER $10
$10
*Made with egg yolks
Notice: Consuming raw or undercooked meat, poultry, seafood or eggs may increase your risk of food bourne illness.
ASPARAGUS $12
GRILLED OR STEAMED
CRISPY BRUSSELS
BACON & GOAT CHEESE
CAULIFLOWER $10
POPCORN
WILD MUSHROOMS
BROCCOLINI $10
$12
$54
$12
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TUNA TARTARE $21
DICED SHALLOTS, AVOCADO, PRESERVED LEMON,
CUCUMBER, SOY SRIRACHA, CHIVES, PARSLEY
JUMBO SHRIMP COCKTAIL $21
CHEESE & MEAT BOARD $22
COWGIRL CREAMERY’S RED HAWK TRIPLE CREME,
JAMON IBERICO, ALMONDS, OLIVES, GRILLED
ARTISANAL BREADS, FIG & HONEY
JUMBO LUMP CRAB CAKE $21
ARUGULA, JICAMA, FENNEL AND ORANGE
SUPREMES WITH REMOULADE
SALT SPRING MUSSELS $18
CHAMPAGNE, SHALLOTS AND GARLIC BROTH
WITH SHAVED FENNEL AND ITALIAN PARSLEY
CRISPY CALAMARI $16
SERVED WITH CHIPOTLE AIOLI
NUESKE’S THICK CUT PORK BELLY
GLAZED WITH MAPLE SYRUP AND FENNEL
SCALLOPS $18
PAN SEARED SERVED WITH A FENNEL AND
ORANGE SALAD WITH CUMIN–CILANTRO AND
BALSAMIC REDUCTION
* Made with egg yolks ** Contains nuts
Notice: Consuming raw or undercooked meat, poultry, seafood or eggs may increase your risk of food bourne illness.
KOBE STYLE BURGER $21
GRUYERE CHEESE, HERB MAYO, GRILLED RED ONION, TOPPED WITH BRAISED SHORT RIB
KING SALMON $35
ROASTED MUSHROOM & ASPARAGUS QUINOA RISOTTO WITH BASIL OIL
JIDORI CHICKEN BREAST $31
PARSNIP PUREE, CRISPY BRUSSELS SPROUTS AND A THYME-BUTTER JUS
BAKED ALASKAN HALIBUT $42
GRILLED ARTICHOKE HEART WITH TOMATO, LEMON & THYME
CHICKEN PARMESAN** $29
HERB & PARMESAN CRUSTED CHICKEN BREAST, FRESH BURRATA, MARINARA, BASIL PESTO ANGEL HAIR
SHORT RIB $36
SLOW BRAISED BONELESS SHORT RIB, ROASTED GARLIC MASHED POTATOES, MIREPOIX & CABERNET AU JUS
BASIL PESTO FETTUCCINE* (VEGETARIAN) $24
SUNDRIED TOMATO, SHAVED PARMESAN | ADD CHICKEN $8 | ADD SHRIMP $14
EGGPLANT PARMESAN (VEGETARIAN) $26
PANKO CRUSTED EGGPLANT, FRESH MOZZARELLA, MARINARA SAUCE, ANGEL HAIR PASTA
SPAGHETTI SQUASH PRIMAVERA (VEGAN) $24
KING TRUMPET, SHIITAKE AND OYSTER MUSHROOMS, MARINARA AND MICRO BASIL
CHEF’S PLATES
CHILLED OYSTERS 6 / 12 $15 / $28
HORSERADISH, MIGNONETTE AND LEMON
GRILLED ARTICHOKE HEARTS $15
PARMESAN & LEMON AIOLI
NEW ZEALAND LAMB LOLLIPOPS
CUMIN CRÈME FRAICHE, GOLDEN RAISIN GASTRIQUE
ROASTED BEET SALAD $14
ORANGE, TOASTED PISTACHIO,
ROASTED SHALLOT VINAIGRETTE
TOMATO & BURRATA SALAD $18
HEIRLOOM TOMATO, FRESH BURRATA,
BASIL WITH A BALSAMIC REDUCTION AND OIL
KALE & QUINOA SALAD $16
ROASTED GRAPES, GREEN APPLE, RED QUINOA,
CRUMBLED GOAT CHEESE, CRISPY GARBANZO AND
AGED HERB BALSAMIC DRESSING
CALIFORNIA WEDGE SALAD $16
ICEBERG LETTUCE, BLUE CHEESE, HEIRLOOM
TOMATO, BACON & CRISPY ONION
CLASSIC CAESAR SALAD* $13
ROMAINE HEARTS, HERB BRIOCHE CROUTONS,
HOUSE DRESSING, SHAVED PARMIGIANO
APPETIZERS & SALADS
$18
$19
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Shad Davis
Professional Resume
General areas of consultation
• Menu development
• Build out of kitchen: Design, buying use or new equipment, installation, etc.
• Build out of bars: Design, buying use or new equipment, installation, etc.
• Hiring kitchen manager/chef
• Training staff, Back of house as well as front of house on menu items
• Creating kitchen Manuals/ recipe book/ pictures/ over all back of house
polices
• Training on health department policies
• Creating ordering systems
• Creating inventory systems
From Present (Not including venues in production)
On Going – Knitting factory – Multiple venues (restaurants & music venues) menu
development, design and oversee new construction of kitchens and bars, hire chefs
and kitchen help, develop menus, kitchen infrastructure, platting, health department
procedures, menu costing and inventory
Knitting factory is has partnered up with Rachel Ray for our music festivals- my job
is to work with Rachel developing and produce food for the festivals on a very large
scale.
The Brixton – Opened Sept 2015
Scope of work – Complete restoration of existing restaurant, menu development,
menu testing, hired kitchen manager, oversaw opening
Huckleberry’s Place – Opened June 2015
Scope of work: Complete restoration of existing restaurant, menu development,
menu testing, hired kitchen manager, oversaw opening
Juicy factory Hollywood – Opened April 2015
Scope of work: Restoration of another restaurant, menu development, menu testing,
kitchen infrastructure, hired kitchen manager, oversaw opening
The Federal NYC – Opened May 2015
Scope of work: Restored kitchen and bars. Hired kitchen manager and staff, trained
on menu, kitchen infrastructure, oversaw opening
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The Regent Theater DTLA – Opened Oct 2014
Scope of work: Complete restoration of very old building turning into a music venue
with pizza restaurant, and 4 bar build-outs. Menu development, menu testing and
costing, hired kitchen manager, kitchen infrastructure, oversaw opening
Del Rey Deli – Opened Sept 2013
Scope of work: Complete build out of deli, menu development, menu testing, menu
costing, hired kitchen manager, kitchen infrastructure, oversaw opening
The Federal Long Beach – Opened May 2013
Scope of work: Restored kitchen and bars. Hired kitchen manager and staff, trained
on menu.
Pearls liquor bar- Opened Dec 2012
Scope of work: Full Kitchen build out, menu development, menu testing
Hiring of chef and kitchen staff.
Mondo Taco- Opened July 2012
Scope of work: Menu consultation, hire kitchen staff, train kitchen staff, create
recipe book, cost menu items. Over all help with flow of restaurant.
Bow & Truss – Opened June 2012
Scope of work: Full build out of kitchen (walk-in, dish area & cooking area) open to
public kitchen. Full Build out of two Bars. Interviewed chefs, hired chef, helped set
up infrastructure for kitchen.
Lure Night Club – Opened June 2012
Scope of work: Hired Chef, consulted on Event menus and continue to manage
kitchen staff for events only.
Rock & Reilly’s – Opened Nov 2011
Scope of work: Kitchen build out, wrote menu, hired kitchen staff, trained kitchen
staff, trained wait staff on menu, wrote recipe book, cost menu
The Federal North Hollywood – Opened Jan 2011
Scope of work: Full build out of kitchen & 4 bars. Hired young chef, consulted with
him on menu. He didn’t work out. Went back to get kitchen in order, still there on a
consultant basis.
Capitol City – Opened Sept 2010 (now closed due to bad management and bad
concept)
Scope of work: full build out of kitchen & bar, menu development, Chef of kitchen as
well as many other responsibilities of over all restaurant due to owner releasing
management almost monthly. As a result of multiple issues with restaurant (sports
bar) changing directions from month to month, this place closed.
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The Corner – Opened Aug 2010 (was brought in as operating partner)
Scope of work: Over all restaurant duties, menu development, all front of house
aspects (Bar, coffee, front of house training, etc.) Didn’t get along with one of the
investors and decided to be bought out of partnership.
Nourish Kitchen Catering – Opened 2008
Built from the ground up an all around catering company, from celebrities
weddings, house parties, movie openings, banquettes, product launches to private
intimate dinners. Built this Catering Company for a culinary college colleague, he
ended leaving Los Angeles for a family emergency and ended up staying in Boston.
Tompkins Square – Opened April 2008
Scope of Work: Menu Development, hiring kitchen manager, training staff, recipe
book, and health department polices.
The Wood Café – Opened Sept 2007 (my own restaurant /café)
Complete renovation of building, opened and operated for a year, runs on it’s own
now. The Wood is a small restaurant specializing in a healthy farm to table
ingredients using as many local products and companies as possible. Open for
breakfast and lunch, last year open for dinner. Doing well.
Piknic – Opened Nov 2006
Scope of work: Menu development, hired kitchen manager, trained staff, recipe
development etc.
This Family owned Toast, Lulu’s Café & Judi’s Deli. Helped with menu items for
these places as well
The Belmont – Opened Sept 2004 (wasn’t there for opening, was brought in as
kitchen consultant 2006 to re-write menu, train staff, day to day operations)
Stayed on as chef for 1 year. Helped out on other projects that the owners were
involved with as well, Oak Fire Pizza, Spanish Kitchen.
The Counter Burger – Opened Aug 2004 (original Counter Burger 29th & Ocean
Park)
Scope of work: Menu development (worked with Jeff Weinstein closely) developed
kitchen procedures, recipe development, and day-to-day operations. Was awarded
a percentage of business as sweat equity. A year later was bought by a franchise
group, and decided this was not for me and sold out.
Trio – Opened Sept 2003
Scope of work: Consultant Chef (brought in by Jeff Weinstein) Menu development,
staff training, ordering procedures, day-to-day operations etc. Worked as chef for
close to one year until owners decided to turn it into a club to make more money
quickly. As a result closed year and half later.
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2001 Saddle Ranch Chop House /Myagi’s / Rome / Saddle Ranch Universal
Was hired as the director of food and beverages assistant for menu development
and execution for Saddle Ranch and the other venues in production. Director of
food and beverage was quickly fired and I became this position. Worked for Larry
Pollack for close to 2 years for his company CTRI (Creative Theme Restaurant
Incorporated) I was very young and learned as I went.
2000
Move to Los Angeles, took a job as a line cook for patina group as a rounds cook.
Basically would call to corporate in the morning to find out which restaurant I was
going to that day. Got passed up as a sous chef and decided to move on.
Education
New England Culinary Institute Graduate – A.O.S. Degree 2000
Kennebunk High School, Graduated 1995
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Attracting Local Residents  
and  
Market Opportunity Report by The Siracusa Company
   
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Additional Information and Questions 3:
How will your proposed projects attract local residents to the Harbor on an on‐going basis (e.g. dining,
entertainment, community events, etc.)? How will you market to local residents?
The proposed developments and highest/best uses proposed for Parcel 5 and Parcel 8 are designed to
attract and provide amenities and value to local residents as well as out of town visitors. The strength of
our project is that it features a tenant mix offering a variety of new and trendy dining, entertainment
and shopping experiences, all located in Ventura County’s most attractive beachside and harbor setting.  
Parcel 5 offers destination oriented uses that attract broader demographics and increased time usage to
the Harbor.  
Highlights and uses that create an ongoing attraction for local and regional customer base:
• A diverse rotating calendar of jazz and music entertainment throughout the week at Herb
Alpert’s Vibrato, appealing to adults seeking night life and social interactions and opportunities;
• Stonehaus, a new destination for professionals and students to work remotely, a venue for
special events, celebrations, and community gatherings where area residents can relax and
enjoy the programming and a dynamic atmosphere throughout the year;
• Bogies, a new hotspot for Millennials and adults who want to unwind and enjoy dancing and live
music that spans a variety of genres in a lively atmosphere;
• An exciting “fresh and local” shopping option for residents – “Pike’s Place Market”/“Fisherman’s
Wharf “retail and commercial center offering fresh fish, organic local produce, and a variety of
gourmet food items and products. This will appeal to shoppers who like the Whole Foods
experience who currently travel to Oxnard, and enjoy the Farmers Market experience, but are
limited to the weekly popups.
The fish and farmer’s market, with refurbished boardwalks and dining pop outs, appeals to families,
Millennials, retirees and the full demographic spectrum of residents and visitors. The fish and farmer’s
market will have a family friendly atmosphere, with a focus on the education and promotion of local
Ventura marine life and the working Harbor. To create a full experience, the market will include small
counter service cafes where customers can grab a chowder bowl or shrimp cocktail, as well as juicery,
coffee and ice cream shops, so that guests can enjoy the wares as they shop and stroll on the
refurbished boardwalk.  
Parcel 8 is a centerpiece property within the Harbor, and the upscale boutique experience we have
proposed will attract visitors while providing a high end destination and amenity to the local community.
From weddings and conferences, to National Parks educational programming, to the celebrity chef
restaurant overlooking the grounds and ocean, Parcel 8 will be a year round draw for Ventura residents,
Ventura County, Santa Barbara County, Los Angeles County and from around the United States.  
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Highlights and uses that create on ongoing attraction for local and regional customer base include:
• A new venue for weddings, special events, conferences, and community gatherings at the
boutique hotel, where area residents can celebrate or engage in meaningful business
throughout the year. It is anticipated to host over 300 weddings throughout the year;
• A calendar of special events and joint programming with the National Parks Service, Herb
Alpert’s Vibrato, Ventura Harbor, and community connections such as Ventura Music Festival
pre‐festival programming, conferences, wine festivals, etc;
• A celebrity chef restaurant with an outdoor patio that overlooks the ocean, Channel Islands, and
sunsets;
• A luxury spa with discounted packages and services for locals;
• Partnering with the National Parks Service to create joint advertising and promo packages with
the NPS and the hotel
To attract and engage local residents on an ongoing basis, we have begun and will continue to conduct
an in depth marketing study and create marketing strategy. The marketing program will include
traditional methods as well as more creative guerilla tactics.  
Some elements include:
• Significant participation with existing co‐op marketing and advertising programs run by Ventura
Harbor Village and the Port District;
• Engaging, professional marketing initiatives developed by a Ventura‐based agency with a
specialty in destination marketing and local customer acquisition strategies;
• Active and integrated social media marketing and advertising on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat,
Twitter and other platforms to connect with and engage local audiences;
• Submissions to weekly and monthly entertainment/special event calendars including VC
Reporter, Ventura County Star, Ventura Breeze, Happenings, Vida, Ventura Today,
TotallyLocalVC.com, VisitVentura.com, 805 Living, and other area publications /websites that
have large local readership/engagement;
• Websites for Herb Alpert’s Vibrato, Stonehaus, and Bogie’s that interface/link with
venturaharbor.com and venturahaborvillage.com;
• Hosting of grand opening parties and charity events as way to create meaningful community
connections;
• Development of a “Loyalty Program” geared towards locals, offering rewards and incentives for
regular patronage;
• Calendar of weekly specials and happy hours and rotating nightly programming that continue to
offer fresh incentives and entertainment;
• Marketing partnerships with key local entities such as the Downtown Ventura Partnership,
Ventura Visitors & Convention Bureau, and Ventura County Coast to drive more local and
regional customers to the harbor year‐round.
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Our goal, with each of our uses, is to create a vibrant harbor environment and thriving economic
generator that provides true and sustainable benefits for all of the Harbor tenants and guests.  
The City of Ventura is facing increased competition from local municipalities and commercial retail
centers.  The harbor is an amazing local asset that deserves the opportunity to meet its full potential –
investment that will allow existing harbor businesses to grow and flourish. Parcel 5 and Parcel 8 are
pivotal developments for the Harbor, and will set the stage for the harbor of the future.  
We are convinced that our proposal directly furthers the District’s mission and goals and provides clear
benefits to the District as well as the local community.  Our project alone increases the number of
visitors across demographics from outside the region, while at the same time, serving as a seven day a
week draw for local residents.  
Our marketing and outreach strategy focuses on not only the existing customer base, but is also
structured to target sectors and demographics that have yet to frequent harbor businesses.  The
proposed developments are an amenity for boat enthusiasts, locals, and tourists alike.  
*Please see the attached report “Market Opportunity for Proposed Uses for Visitor Services in Two
Development Sites at Ventura Harbor, Ventura, California” by The Siracusa Company
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Effective Outreach
to the  
Community and Harbor Stakeholders
   
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Additional Information and Questions 4:
How do you plan to effectively outreach to the community and Harbor stakeholders (including Harbor
Master and Village Tenants, National Park Service) to build support for your proposed projects?
Throughout this process we have worked diligently with Port Staff, Harbor stakeholders, and local
interests such as National Park Service to ensure our project concepts reflect their desires and visions.  
Our history of working with the community – our ability to produce projects of public value for all
stakeholders, showcases our capacity to not only work hand in hand and partner with staff and decision
makers, but also to create projects that serve to drive and expand the local economy, while enhancing
the quality of life for local residents.    
As we move forward in this process, we will continue to meet with the various Harbor stakeholders to
craft a long term mutually beneficial strategy and vision that will provide a stronger, healthier, more
vibrant Harbor for everybody – businesses and patrons.  
From our outreach to the National Park Service, through multiple beneficial and productive meetings,
we have explored specific ways we can assist them in meeting the goals and objectives of their master
plans. Those sessions have set the stage for a continuing positive and solid working relationship, and an
understanding of how that relationship can serve the long term interests of the harbor community.  
From our outreach to the National Park Service, we have learned:
• There needs to be improvements to the citizen access to the Visitors Center, as well as
improvements to how trucks (trash pick‐up, deliveries) ingress and egress;
• Of their concern to maintain the views from existing tower at Visitors Center – and have agreed
to do so, and to enhance the tower itself as part of the development of Parcel 8;
• There is a lot of crime at that end of the harbor – there is not enough patrol and enforcement,
and vagrancy and homeless on site is a problem;
• They support moving the cul‐de‐sac closer to the village to allow the creation of a walkable plaza
and to improve the handling of trucks and deliveries;
• That parking for the Park Service is a major issue and concern.  They have been allocated 75
spaces, but constantly receive complaints that there is not enough parking.  Their staff uses 20
spaces, and some of those are for employees that are on the islands and overnight use.   
• There is an opportunity to co‐market together, and they have agreed to explore adjusting their  
hours of operation based on activities at the hotel;
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As a result, our project has already been designed to address the following desires and needs:
• Build 40 new parking spaces on the Park Service property for use by the Park Service; this offers
the potential dual benefit of off‐time usage by the Hotel for events;
• Provide use of the convention center, break out meeting rooms, and event spaces for
educational programming and use for public meetings and presentations by the Park Service;
• Partner on a shared service entrance that improves how trucks (trash pick‐up, deliveries) ingress
and egress to alleviate danger for visitors and share the burden of services;
• Improve security on the site through activation of the vacant parcel and shared security facilities
and security plan;  
• Enhance the overall walkability, and access to the Visitor Center
• With the leveraged benefits of Parcel 8 and Parcel 5, as well as the proposed hostel component
to Parcel 8, we would like to explore ways to reconnect Island Packers to the Park Service
facilities, particularly in a walkable way where visitors would not need to use their car once at
the Harbor.  
The addition of these destination‐oriented spaces will support and promote both the commercial and
recreational uses of boating, fishing, and visiting the harbor. The retail space utilizes the existing core
function of the harbor – both its natural environments and its business practices ‐ and adds a new
element that is both an attraction and a thriving economic addition. As the project moves forward, we
will continue to interface with local stakeholders, and propose the following outreach strategy to build
support for the project:
We propose the following outreach strategy to Harbor stakeholders:
• Continue our on‐going dialogue with the National Parks Service;
• Within the harbor – daytime or morning meetings with restaurant and retail businesses;  
• Facilitate meetings with live aboard’s, and the residents of the mobile home park.  The purpose
of these meetings are to present our proposed project, but in an “open to input” approach to
answer questions, address, and mitigate any concerns that the residents of the harbor may have  
We propose the following outreach strategy for the greater Ventura area:
• Meetings with members of the City Council;
• A presentation before the Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Committee, and
continuing communications with the Chamber on the status of the project;
• A presentation before the Pierpont Neighborhood Association;
• A presentation before the Downtown Ventura Partners, specifically discussing increased and
effective usage of the Downtown Trolley system; and
• A community meeting with residents of the Ventura Keys;
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• The creation of a web site that will present the project and provide updates on permitting and
construction, on the schedule for public meetings or hearings, as to provide the means to
submit feedback and ask questions; and,
• Host an information meeting and public presentation – but staged as a major event with
entertainment, appetizers, and displays.
As we have affirmed previously, we view the relationship between ourselves and the Port District as a
partnership. Our goal and our desire is to build respectful, productive, and mutually beneficial business
relationships with all parties ‐ our tenants, public agencies, elected officials, and the community.  
   
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Parcel 8  
Potential Musical Entertainment Venue
   
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Additional Information and Questions 5:
Can your proposed project(s) include a signature musical entertainment venue (e.g. small jazz club) on
Parcel 8 to attract local residents? If so, please describe in detail and update your proposal
accordingly.
As we are proposing a jazz club on Parcel 5 (Herb Alpert’s Vibrato Jazz and Grill), we would not suggest
featuring the same concept as part of Parcel 8’s development.  Rather, we would utilize Vibrato to
provide programming for a calendar of events throughout the month at the hotel.  
For Parcel 8 we are proposing a celebrity chef restaurant that directly interacts with the beautifully
appointed and landscaped outdoor patio and open spaces. This allows the flexibility to program
activities outdoors that can take advantage of the sweeping views of the ocean and Channel Islands. This
restaurant concept can include a light music experience such as house band or special guest
performances in a more intimate setting.
In addition, we will utilize the outdoor event spaces, ballroom and meeting rooms to program musical
entertainment events that can be staged several times a month with entertainment bookings and
events run by Vibrato as well as third parties through the hotel. Smaller intimate events with talent and
entertainment booked by Vibrato or hotel operator will also be programmed in conjunction with the
hotel and restaurant.  
Our design also includes a rooftop deck with bar, fire pits, lounge seat and stunning views of the harbor,
ocean, Channel Islands, and sunset. The rooftop deck would provide an ideal location for musical
programming that provides guests with entertainment while they enjoy the natural Harbor amenities.  
   
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Existing Tenant Integration
   
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Additional Information and Questions 6:
How do you propose to integrate your development with the existing tenant mix, particularly in
Harbor Village?
As noted in our outreach strategy for stakeholders in the harbor, our plan is to organize and facilitate
meetings with the restaurant, retail, and commercial tenants of the harbor.  The purpose of this effort
will be to not only build relationships with the existing tenants, but share the foundational philosophy of
our developments and project team:   To feature and incorporate uses into our project that complement
the existing tenant base, while expanding their existing customer base. Each of the proposed
developments was designed with the existing tenant mix in mind and the goal of complementing and
growing market share.
We will approach all of the existing tenants as our partners, with the goal of elevating visibility for the
harbor as a whole. To this end we plan to participate in joint promotions and special events with
Ventura Harbor Village, such as entertainment and dining promotions/events.  
Parcel 5 creates a destination oriented activity at the Harbor that attracts customers to stay for more
than one thing  – eat, play, explore, shop, be entertained. Parcel 5 attracts guests to extend their stay
into the evening, to go out to eat at a Harbor restaurant – new or existing – to patronize one of the live
music venues, bars, or grab a dessert and wine at Stonehaus after. The programming behind each of the
concepts will create a resurgence of life and energy in the Harbor that will attract new and expanded
demographics that do not currently visit the Harbor – more customers and a stronger business climate
for all.
Parcel 5’s uses provide a complimentary expansion of the current market segments in the Harbor. Each
lot and use features a variety of amenities that will attract a range of demographics – all highlighting the
Harbor as a vibrant seaside destination.  
The Stonehaus will appeal to professionals and students working on their laptops, or as a place to meet
friends and families for a snack in a vibrant atmosphere. At night, the Stonehaus reaches out to a broad
demographic, especially Millennials, who appreciate the vibrant wine house atmosphere that still
retains a casual vibe. The unique design of Stonehaus creates a social space where people stay, linger,
and relax. It is not a concept where people simply eat and leave. This dynamic caters to extended stays
in the harbor, which means time and dollars spread throughout the various tenants at the Harbor.  
Herb Alpert’s Vibrato offers a walk‐in bar to enjoy drinks and music but also provides full service sit
down fine dining for a complete “dinner and a show” experience. With its rotating calendar of nightly
musicians, Vibrato is self‐refreshing draw that will keep people returning to the harbor over and over
again.  
Further we are proposing to redo the boardwalk to create pop outs with dining tables and umbrellas,
making it usable and enjoyable for all customers and visitors to the harbor that would like to stroll along
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the promenade. This capitalizes on one of the sites strongest amenities, an amenity that other
commercial/retail centers cannot offer – amazing views of the ocean and a working harbor.  
Our Development Program achieves and realizes the greatest economic impact and benefit by providing
new uses with broad appeal across the customer demographic spectrum that will fuel the Harbor’s
resurgence as a seaside destination. Additionally, by promoting and featuring smart, diverse, quality
design, these projects set the bar and the stage for continued quality investment in the Ventura Harbor.
We further propose a cohesive long term development strategy so as the Harbor upgrades over time, it
develops smartly and efficiently.  
With our long history of experience in successful processing and approvals, construction, development,
leasing, and management in the City of Ventura, we understand the unfilled marketplace and needs and
know how to increase the customer profile, segments, and demographics of the Harbor.  
   
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Parking Plan  
and  
Parking and Traffic Report by Associated Traffic Engineers
  
   
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Additional Information and Questions 7:
Provide an updated parking plan with specific analysis of City of Ventura and California Coastal
Commission required parking for each use, and in the aggregate for each of your proposed projects.
Provide specific on‐site and off‐site parking locations with parking space counts for each location.
Where off‐site parking is included, identify specifically where it is, and who controls it.
It is our goal to follow and assist in the implementation of the Port District’s parking study and plan. We
know the impertinence of parking and that is must be satisfactory for all – for our tenants, for
customers, and for existing tenants.    
Per our attached design by global architects, Gensler, each of the sites provide the following on‐site
parking.   
On Parcel 5 we are providing 74 spaces on the property, including covered spaces that provide
convenient direct access to the fish and farmer’s market, Stonehaus, and the harbor boardwalk.  
On Parcel 8 we have 171 parking stalls onsite.  
Additionally, we will be building 40 parking spaces on the National Parks Service property for use by
their employees and guests. This will be extremely beneficial to the National Parks, providing convenient
parking, will free up the parking they currently utilize in the general lot, and will have the additional
benefit of shared parking for use by the Hotel during non‐usable hours for the National Park.  
*Please see detailed evaluation and program in attached Parking and Traffic Report, an updated
supplemental report by Associated Traffic Engineers.
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Entitlement Process and Timeline
  
   
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Additional Information and Questions 8:
Describe in greater detail how you plan to approach and receive entitlements through the California
Coastal Commission. Provide an updated entitlement and development schedule for each Parcel.
The Development Team has decades of experience processing with the City of Ventura and the
California Coastal Commission. The Developer has received more approved projects than any other in
the City and has never submitted a project that was not approved. As such, the Developer is realistic in
its vision for time to completion.  
Parcel 8 and Parcel 5 will move forward on mutually exclusively and separate timelines due to the
differing nature of the designs and coastal issues. Each project will be processed concurrently and as
quickly as possible while maintaining a commitment to quality design.  
We have begun the research and preparations for the Local Coastal Program (LCP) amendments for each
Parcel and have indentified key timing differences.  
For Parcel 5, the LCP currently limits the allowable number of restaurants in South Peninsula. As this
requirement is not imposed by the Commission but rather by the City as part of their General Plan, the
City can process the amendment request that asks the Commission to expand the number of allowable
restaurants within the South Peninsula area of the harbor. The Parcel 5 LCP amendment is not a project
specific LCP and thus can begin processing without delay. Once the City applies for the amendment,
Susan McCabe of McCabe & Company estimates this process should take six months.  
Through the expertise and guidance of Susan McCabe, we have developed a strategy for limiting the
effects of the LCP process on Parcel 5 even further.   As noted previously in this submittal, we propose
splitting Parcel 5 into Parcel 5A and Parcel 5 B in order to expedite the processing of Parcel 5A and limit
the time impacts of the LCP amendment to Parcel 5B. As there are two separate buildings, this
separation would allow us to move forward with processing and developing the fish and farmer’s
market with upstairs restaurants (Parcel 5A) immediately, without needing an LCP Amendment. We
would concurrently process the LCP amendment for restaurant space for Parcel 5B (Stonehaus) and get
into the ground as quickly as possible.  
Parcel 8 will require a longer process through Coastal Commission than Parcel 5. As Susan McCabe
explains, Parcel 8 will require a project specific LCP amendment as hotel use is currently prohibited on
the site. As such, the Commission will want to see the hotel at a stage far enough along to represent the
actual project prior to processing the amendment. In other words, the amendment will follow the
project itself.   
A conservative estimate with contingency time for Parcel 5 is four (4) to five (5) years and Parcel 8 is five
(5) to seven (7) years.  We are hopeful if things go smoothly with our strategy of bifurcating the different
LCP amendments as and when needed that we can reduce the approval time frame to a year and half
(1.5) for Parcel 5 and three (3) years for Parcel 8.  
*Please see “Ventura Harbor Processing Outline” by McCabe & Company   
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Ventura Harbor Processing Outline
CDP & LCPA SUBMITTAL(S)
Parcel 5
STEP TASK NOTES
1 City approves LCPA for restaurant sq. ft. cap /
restaurant number cap  
Est. 1 year, verify w/City
2  ‐ City applies for “Minor” LCP amendment
(scope limited to cap on number of
restaurants)
‐ City begins processing CDP for Parcel 5  
3 CCC Hearing on Minor LCPA   Anticipated to occur within 3
months (due to limited scope of
amendment)
4 City approves CDP for Parcel 5 and transmits
NOFA to CCC
10‐working day appeal period  
5 If appeal(s) filed, Substantial Issue Hearing
(within 49‐days of appeal filing)
• No CCC‐generated appeal
anticipated due to early
coordination w/staff.
• Appeal(s) may be filed by
outside party.
(Applicant may waive 49 day
consideration of SI.)
6 If No Substantial Issue found, City action on
CDP final.
7 If Substantial Issue found, CCC hearing on De
Novo CDP.
• No timing deadline for CCC
action once SI is found.
8 If De Novo CDP approved, Condition
Compliance begins.
• No timing deadline.
• Future amendments processed
through CCC.
Estimated time for LCPA processing at City:  ~6 months (verify with City)   
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Estimated time for LCPA processing at CCC:  ~3 months
Estimated time for CDP processing at City = ~1 year (verify with City)   
If appeal filed, processing time at CCC = ~3 months
Total Estimated Time for Processing: ~1 year*
*Processing time based on limited scope of project/minor LCPA  
Parcel 8
STEP TASK NOTES
1 CDP application submitted to City by Applicant
for Parcel 8
2 City/Applicant prepare project‐specific LCPA
while processing CDP application
3 City/Applicant coordinate with CCC staff   
4 City approves LCPA and CDP   Est. 1 year, verify w/City
5 City submits LCPA request to CCC; considered
“Major” Amendment
City withholds transmittal of
Notice of Final Action (NOFA) to
CCC pending approval of LCPA
6 CCC Hearing to extend time limit on LCPA   90 day limit typically extended by
1 year on major amendments
7 CCC Approval on LCPA    
8 City transmits NOFA on local CDP to CCC (after
LCPA approval)  
10‐working day appeal period  
9 If appeal(s) filed, Substantial Issue Hearing
(within 49‐days of appeal filing)
• No CCC‐generated appeal due
to early coordination with staff
and consistency with LCPA.
• Appeal(s) may be filed by
outside party.
Applicant may waive 49 day
consideration of SI.
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10 If No Substantial Issue found, City action final.   
11 If Substantial Issue found, CCC hearing on De
Novo CDP.
• No timing deadline for CCC
action once SI is found.
12 If De Novo CDP approved, Condition
Compliance begins.
• No timing deadline.
• Future amendments processed
through CCC.
Processing of Project‐Specific LCPA and CDP (Parcel 8)
Estimated time for LCPA processing at City:  ~1 year (verify with City)   
Estimated time for LCPA processing at CCC:  ~6‐9 months
Estimated time for CDP processing at City = ~1 year (verify with City)   
If appeal filed, processing time at CCC = ~3 months
Total Estimated Time for Processing: 21‐24 months*
*Extended processing time required due to greater scope requiring project‐specific major
LCPA and sequential processing at CCC
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Project Ventura Port District Rent Spreadsheet
Parcel 8 and Parcel 5
   
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Additional Information and Questions 9:
Complete the attached Projected Ventura Port District Rent Spreadsheet for Parcels 5 and 8 based on
your projects as revised including any increases (above your previous proposal) to the percentage
used to calculate District rent from gross revenues. These rates are subject to further negotiation with
the District
*Please see attached “Projected Ventura Port District Rent Spreadsheet and Proforma Summary”
   
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Ventura Port District
Request For Proposals ‐ Parcel 5
Developer Proposals‐Project Revenue, District Rent Projections
DEVELOPER NAME
Pacific Heritage Communities
Occupancy Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910 TOTAL (Years 1‐10)
Projected Project Gross Revenues $ 897,660 $ 915,613 $ 933,925 $ 952,604 $ 971,656 $ 991,089 $ 1,010,911 $ 1,031,129 $ 1,051,752 $ 1,072,787 $ 9,829,126
Projected Ventura Port District Rent $ 130,683 $ 131,581 $ 132,496 $ 133,430 $ 134,383 $ 135,354 $ 136,346 $ 137,356 $ 138,388 $ 139,439 $ 1,349,456
Notes:
Please see Proforma Summary attached.
In addition to the above, the Harbor District will enjoy additional direct and indirect revenue due to the increasing customer base, profile, and demographic resulting from the proposed uses of this project
3/3/2017
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Pro Forma Summary ‐ Estimate
Fish Market & Farmers Market Restaurants Stonehaus & Bogies Outdoor Dining & Entertainment
Parcel 5
Ventura Harbor
Ratio Value
Lot Square Footage (SF) 41,700 SF
Extended Frontage Version
Fish Market & Farmers Market, Restaurants, Stonehaus & Bogies, Outdoor Dining & Entertainment
Lot Square Footage (SF) 41,700 SF
1st Floor ‐ Retail GSF ‐ Fish and Farmers Market Stalls 15% 8,945 GSF
1st Floor and 2nd Floor ‐ Food & Beverage GSF ‐ 
Cafes/Restaurants/Stonehaus/Bogies 51% 30,000 GSF
1 dst an 2 dn Floor ‐ Food & B GSFeverage GSF ‐ Outdoor O
Dining/Decks 24% 14,355 GSF
1st and 2nd Floor ‐ Lobby Space 9% 5,560 GSF
Total GSF 100.00% 58,860 GSF
Net Rentable Square Footage
1st Floor ‐ Retail ‐ Fish and Farmers Market Stalls 8.84% 4,300 SF
1st and 2nd Floor ‐ Restaurants, Stonehaus, Bogies 61.66% 30,000 SF
1st and 2nd Floor ‐ Patio and Decks 29.50% 14,355 SF
Total Net Rentable SF 100.00% 48,655 SF
Total Project Cost (TPC)
Hard Costs & Contingency $140 /SF $6,811,700
Parking Hard Cost & Contingency onsite and offsite $300 000 $300,000
TI’s, FF&E & Contingency $20 /SF $973,100
Soft Cost % Hard Cost & Contingency 20% $1,616,960
Construction Loan Interest, Points, & Operating Deficit $1,041,600
Parking Hard Cost & Contingency ‐ onsite and offsite
Construction Loan Interest, Points, & Operating Deficit $1,041,600
Predevelopment Cost $750,000
Total Project Cost (TPC) $11,493,360
Total Annual Revenue Inputs
Stabilized Revenue Fish & Farmers Market Stalls‐ 
$1.50/NNN (reduced rent until stabilized) $1.50 /SF NNN $77,400
Stabilized Restaurant Revenue Covered ‐ $1.80/NNN
plus percentage revenues $1.80 /SF NNN $648,000
St bili d Stabilized Rt tesaurant Revenue P tiao ‐ $1 00/NNN l $1.00/NNN plus
percentage revenues $1.00 /SF NNN $172,260
Total Net Operating Income before Ground Rent and Debt Service $897,660
Occupancy Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910
% Change in Effective Gross Income 100% 102.0% 102.0% 102.0% 102.0% 102.0% 102.0% 102.0% 102.0% 102.0%
% Change in Expenses and Reserves 100% 101.50% 101.50% 101.50% 101.50% 101.50% 101.50% 101.50% 101.50% 101.50%
Effective Gross Income $ 897,660 $ 915,613 $ 933,925 $ 952,604 $ 971,656 $ 991,089 $ 1,010,911 $ 1,031,129 $ 1,051,752 $ 1,072,787
Expenses and Reserves $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0
Net Operating Income Before Debt Service $ 897,660 $ 915,613 $ 933,925 $ 952,604 $ 971,656 $ 991,089 $ 1,010,911 $ 1,031,129 $ 1,051,752 $ 1,072,787
District Revenue District Revenue
Annual Base Ground Rent 1 $ 85,800 $ 85,800 $ 85,800 $ 85,800 $ 85,800 $ 85,800 $ 85,800 $ 85,800 $ 85,800 $ 85,800
Additional Percentage Rent 2 $ 44,883 $ 45,781 $ 46,696 $ 47,630 $ 48,583 $ 49,554 $ 50,546 $ 51,556 $ 52,588 $ 53,639
Harbor Village CAM Fees (To Be Determined) 3
Total Annual Rent to Port District Total Annual Rent to Port District $ 130,683 130 683 $ 131,581 131 581 $ 132 496 132,496 $ 133 430 133,430 $ 134 383 134,383 $ 135 354 135,354 $ 136 346 136,346 $ 137 356 137,356 $ 138 388 138,388 $ 139 439 139,439
Footnote:
1 The minimal annual rent shall be 5% of the appraised As‐Is value of the property as determined at the time thirty days prior to execution of the Option
Agreement, for this proforma we assume the property valuation for the usable area is $1,716,000
2
3 Harbor Village CAM fees to be determined based upon development’s actual usage of common area facilities,i.e. to include certain parking mainentance and
costs but not including common area restrooms
Agreement, for this proforma we assume the property valuation for the usable area is $1,716,000
Additional Percentage Rent is 5% of the Effective Gross Income
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Ventura Port District
Request For Proposals ‐ Parcel 8
Developer Proposals‐Project Revenue, District Rent Projections
DEVELOPER NAME
Pacific Heritage Communities
Occupancy Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910 TOTAL (Years 1‐10)
Projected Project Gross Revenues $ 11,713,823 $ 11,948,100 $ 12,187,062 $ 12,430,803 $ 12,679,419 $ 12,933,007 $ 13,191,668 $ 13,455,501 $ 13,724,611 $ 13,999,103 $ 128,263,097
Projected Ventura Port District Rent $ 518,199 $ 525,813 $ 533,580 $ 541,501 $ 549,581 $ 557,823 $ 566,229 $ 574,804 $ 583,550 $ 592,471 $ 5,543,551
Notes:
Please Proforma Summary attached.
In addition to the above, the Harbor District will enjoy additional direct and indirect revenue due to the increasing customer base, profile, and demographic resulting from the proposed uses of this project
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Pro Forma Summary ‐ Estimate
Ventura Harbor
Parcel 8
Htl Rt t C f C t & H tl
Ratio Value
Lot Square Footage (SF) 2.07 Acres
Total Above‐Grade Gross Square Footage (GSF) 74 000 GSF
Hotel, Restaurant, Conference Center, & Hostel
Total Above‐Grade Gross Square Footage (GSF) 74,000 GSF
Less Room Support GSF 5% 4,000 GSF
Less Food & Beverage GSF 4% 2,900 GSF
Less Spa and Fitness GSF 2% 1,500 GSF
Less Conference/Event GSF 11% 8,000 GSF
Subtotal Non‐Room GSF 22.16% 16,400 GSF
Residual Room GSF 77.84% 57,600 GSF
Rentable Hotel Room SF 90% Efficiency 51,840 SF
Keys 125 Keys 125 Keys
A R SFverage Room SF ( imx of standard t and it ) sues 415 SF 415 SF
Parking Spots Needed 1.00 /Room 125 Spots
Park Spots Plotted 216 Spots
Hostel 38 Beds 38 Beds
Total Project Cost (TPC)
Hard Costs & Contingency $170,000 /Key $21,250,000
Podium Parking Hard Cost & Contingency  ‐ onsite and offsite $3,500,000 $, ,
FF&E & Contingency $25,000 /Key $3,125,000
Hostel ‐ Hard Costs, FFE & Contignency $32,000 /Bed $1,216,000
Soft Cost % Hard Cost & Contingency 25% $7,272,750
Construction Loan Interest, Points, & Operating Deficit $3,168,000
Pd l treevelopment C tos $1 500 000 $1,500,000
Total Project Cost (TPC) $41,031,750
Total Annual Revenue Inputs
Stabilized Hotel ADR Stabilized Hotel ADR $250
Stabilized Occupancy /RevPAR 70% $175
Stabilized Hotel Room Revenue $7,984,375
Stabilized Hostel ADR $110
Stabilized Occupancy /RevPAR / 70% $77
Stabilized Hostel Room Revenue $1,067,990
Additional Revenue: Food & Beverage, Spa,
Conference/Event Center, Parking, Misc $2,661,458
Total Annual Hotel & Conference Center Revenues $11,713,823
Hotel & Conference Center Operating Expenses ‐35% ($4,099,838)
Total Net Operating Income before Ground Rent and Debt Service $7,613,985
Occupancy Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
% Change in Effective Gross Income % Change in Effective Gross Income 100% 102 0%. 102 0%. 102 0%. 102 0%. 102 0%. 102 0%. 102 0%. 102 0%. 102 0%.
% Change in Expenses and Reserves 100% 101.50% 101.50% 101.50% 101.50% 101.50% 101.50% 101.50% 101.50% 101.50%
Effective Gross Income $ 11,713,823 $ 11,948,100 $ 12,187,062 $ 12,430,803 $ 12,679,419 $ 12,933,007 $ 13,191,668 $ 13,455,501 $ 13,724,611 $ 13,999,103
Expenses Expenses and Reserves Reserves ($4,099,838) 4,099,838) ($4,161,336) 4,161,336) ($4,223,756) 4,223,756) ($4,287,112) 4,287,112) ($4,351,419) 4,351,419) ($4,416,690) 4,416,690) ($4,482,940) 4,482,940) ($4,550,185) 4,550,185) ($4,618,437) 4,618,437) ($4,687,714) 4,687,714)
Net Operating Income Before Debt Service $ 7,613,985 $ 7,786,764 $ 7,963,306 $ 8,143,691 $ 8,328,000 $ 8,516,317 $ 8,708,727 $ 8,905,316 $ 9,106,174 $ 9,311,389
District Revenue
Annual Base Ground Rent 1 Annual Base Ground Rent $ 137,500 $ 137,500 $ 137,500 137,500 $ 137,500 137,500 $ 137,500 137,500 $ 137,500 $ 137,500 $ 137,500 $ 137,500 137,500 $ 137,500 137,500
Additional Percentage Rent 2 $ 380,699 $ 388,313 $ 396,080 $ 404,001 $ 412,081 $ 420,323 $ 428,729 $ 437,304 $ 446,050 $ 454,971
Total Annual Rent to Port District $ 518,199 $ 525,813 $ 533,580 $ 541,501 $ 549,581 $ 557,823 $ 566,229 $ 574,804 $ 583,550 $ 592,471
Footnote:
1
2
The minimal annual rent shall be 5% of the appraised As‐Is value of the property as determined at the time thirty days prior to execution of the Option Agreement, for
this proforma we assume the property valuation for the usable area is $2,750,000
Additional Percentage Rent is 3.25% of the Effective Gross Income or 5% of NOI, whichever is greater
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Updated Site Descriptions  
and
Site Plans, Floor Plans, Elevations, and Renderings
By Gensler Architects
   
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Additional Information and Questions 10:
Provide updated site plans, floor plans, elevations and renderings as applicable to properly inform the
District of your revised proposals to the District.
Our proposals have continued to develop and flourish in the time since our last proposal. Please see the
below summaries for updated uses of each Parcel.   
Parcel 8:
The proposed development consists of a high end approximately one hundred twenty eight (128) room
boutique hotel capitalizing on the natural amenities of the harbor with a rooftop deck and bar, pool,
spa, fitness center, bar and restaurant, ballroom and break out meeting rooms, and outdoor event
spaces all designed for the guests to view the ocean, islands, and sunset while enjoying the hotel
amenities.  
The project also addressed safety concerns highlighted by the National Parks, see detailed descriptions
in “Effective Outreach to Community and Harbor Stakeholders”.  
Two highly qualified and successful operators of luxury hotels – Dieter Huckestein of Clarismo Partners
and John Notter of Westlake Properties, Inc. are partnering in operating the first‐class boutique hotel on
Parcel 8.  John Notter built and operates the Westlake Village Inn, a AAA Four Diamond property and
luxury hotel, specializing in weddings, conferences, and corporate events and part of a master planned
site built and operated by Notter called the Village at Westlake Village Inn with hotel, restaurants, a
night club, and on site winery. With its private vineyard, romantic gardens, and lakeside setting, the 141
suite Inn is a prominent wedding location.
Dieter Huckestein served as chairman of global, luxury brand Conrad Hotels as well as President of
Hilton Global Alliances, in addition to a laundry list of first‐class operations. Most recently Dieter
Huckestein formed Clarismo Partners and is currently constructing a Four Star, 200 suite full‐service
hotel in Montana.  
Please see further detail on the impressive portfolios and histories of these operators in their Team Bios.  
In addition, based on the desires of several Commissioners as well as the Coastal requirement for
affordable on any hotel,   we are proposing to build and operate a 38 bed boutique hostel on a small
portion of parking area between Island Packers and The Stonehaus. We will process the hostel in
conjunction with Parcel 8 boutique hotel as one application concurrently with the City of Ventura and
Coastal Commission. If in the event the Harbor Commission decides that they do not want the hostel,
that will be fine and can be eliminated from the hotel application and we will proceed with the boutique
hotel as designed.
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Parcel 5:
This development will consist of a year round, seven day a week fish market and farmers’ market
supplied by various local fisherman and farmers. Certain suppliers will want their own name and brand
within the multiple retail stands under roof while others will supply a consolidated presentation run by a
constant retailer operator. The concept is similar to Pike Place Market in Seattle, Original Farmers
Market in Los Angeles, and Grand Central Market in Los Angeles. Small counter service cafes as well as
other merchandise such as flowers, candy, and other locally produced goods would also be available.  
The second floor will consist of two or more restaurants with large outdoor decks and each would have
a different but complimentary live entertainment and themes. Current interested tenants, with
provided letters of support and interest, include an intimate jazz restaurant, Herb Alpert’s Vibrato Grill &
Jazz in Bel Air, a restaurant group with an array of successful restaurant/bars such as Rock & Reillys,
Pearl’s, and Serafina, and separately, Shad Davis, a renowned chef and restaurateur who has designed,
opened, managed, or been head chef with over 40 restaurants in Los Angeles. Shad Davis is proposing
his successful Federal Bar, a speakeasy gastro pub with mixology drink program and modern American
comfort fare, as an upscale venue for one of the restaurants on Parcel 5.  
Separately we propose a second adjacent building that will be a combination of two highly successful
businesses from Village at Westlake Village Inn ‐  Stonehaus and an upstairs Bogies. The outdoor
oriented design of Stonehaus and intimate outdoor lounge decks of Bogies will capitalize on the views
and ambiance of the marina and ocean.   
Additionally, the Developer is updating the frontage of the outside walking deck to modernize the
pathway, add color and texture, and include pop outs along the walkway and outdoor seating.
Expanding the footprint to accommodate the uses proposed will allow the ability to create more
connectivity and a promenade, as well as patio uses along the Harbor. This feature will be an amenity to
the entire harbor and will provide an upgrade of the infrastructure and facilities to achieve the Harbor’s
goal of a modernized and efficient harbor.  
The Development Program truly captures the vision and the goal of the RFP – to create a rewarding and
vibrant coastal marine experience to residents and visitors.  
*Please see attached site plans, floor plans, elevations and renderings from global architect, design,
and planning firm, Gensler.  
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT CONCEPT MARCH 02, 2017
VENTURA PORT DISTRICT
CONCEPT
VENTURA PORT DISTRICT CONCEPT
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT CONCEPT MARCH 02, 2017
PARCEL 8
HOSTEL PARCEL 5
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PARCEL 8:
HOTEL + HOSTEL
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VENTURA COUNTY
HERITAGE
ART & CULTURE
CHANNEL ISLANDS
OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES
L A N D O F
E V E R L A S T I N G
SUMMERS
LIFESTYLE
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT CONCEPT MARCH 02, 2017
HOTEL PLANNING
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT CONCEPT ROOF PLAN N MARCH 02, 2017
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VENTURA PORT DISTRICT CONCEPT LEVEL 01 MARCH 02, 2017
BALLROOM
GUESTROOM GUESTROOM
GUESTROOM
SUITE
GUESTROOM
GUESTROOM
GUESTROOM
GUESTROOM
GUESTROOM
GUESTROOM
GUESTROOM
SUITE
GUESTROOM
GUESTROOM
GUESTROOM
GUESTROOM
GUESTROOM
GUESTROOM
GUESTROOM
SUITE
BAR
RECEPTION
FOH
POOL
EVENT
AREA
OUTDOOR
TERRACE
GUESTROOM
SUITE
GUESTROOM
MEETING
ROOM
RR
RESTAURANT
FITNESS
KITCHEN
MEETING
ROOM
BOH
MEETING
ROOM
BOH
BOH
GUESTROOM
SC: 1”=50’
PROGRAM
BALLROOM: 6,000 SF
HOTEL: 20 KEYS (OF 125)
RESTAURANT: 2,000 SF
BAR: 900 SF
MEETING ROOMS: 2,000 SF
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PROGRAM SUMMARY FOR PARCEL 8
HOTEL 125 Keys (143 Bays); Typical Bay size:
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KING DD SUITE
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SECOND LEVEL 24 18 7
GROUND LEVEL 10 6 4
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50% 36% 14%
TOTAL BEDS 62 90 36
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GROUND LEVEL 6 8 4
TOTAL BEDS 6 16 16
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1263 Westwood Blvd, Suite 210
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Phone (310) 477-3321
Fax (310) 477-3361
Contractor’s License # 841752
May 1, 2017
Honorable Members of the Ventura Port District
1603 Anchors Way Drive
Ventura, CA 93001-4229
Honorable Commissioners:
We appreciate this opportunity to respond in greater detail to some of the questions and comments
generated by our presentation on April 26th.
As you observed, our proposal continues to evolve. As we have frequently stated, these advancements
do more than bring enhancements and improvements to our proposed projects. They reflect our team’s
on-going commitment and willingness to work with your Commission – to ensure that what we build are
the highest and best uses for Sites Five and Eight, and that they serve as a catalyst for continued private
investments in the Ventura Harbor.
Below are some of the questions and comments we received, along with our responses:
1. What about parking? How can you provide enough parking for what you have proposed?
We commit to providing more than sufficient parking necessary to serve our designs and site plans,
at our cost, as well as to create more parking within the harbor, to properly park all of our uses and
not have any impact on existing tenants. We will work with staff and your parking consultants to
implement a plan that satisfies the needs of our uses while accomplishing the goals of the harbor.
The quickest way to further answer this question is to refer you to the attached letter from Scott
Schell at ATE, as well as the previous report and studies they conducted that were a part of our
March 3rd submittal package.
As you know, ATE is the firm that conducted the studies, and crafted the strategy and plan, to
address the long term parking needs for the Ventura Harbor. Scott Schell’s letter says it succinctly:
“The analysis demonstrates that sufficient parking will be provided for the two projects, providing
100 surplus spaces for other tenants in the Harbor Village area.”
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From the beginning of this process, we were aware of the parking challenges that the harbor faces
during certain times of the week or during special events, and of your Commission’s desire to ensure
that new development does not negatively impact parking availability for current businesses and
tenants. We will not only build additional parking on site for our tenants, we will provide the funding
and serve as a partner to your Commission and staff, to implement many of the elements of your
long-term parking strategy and plan, including:
• The restriping of existing parking lots. This realignment, again as conceived and
confirmed by ATE, provides 50-100 new parking stalls;
• Shifting from parallel parking to angled parking, in conjunction with a
reconfiguration of the existing median, provides 170 new parking stalls;
• Paving other Harbor District vacant lots;
• Obtaining agreements to use the various private properties and parking lots for a
fee when event are held;
• Conducting additional peak use parking studies
• The provision of forty (40) additional new parking stalls on the National Park Service
property; and,
• The relocation of the cul de sac that serves Site Eight and the National Park Service
property to provide additional parking and create a more walkable environment.
For your convenience, we have attached a copy of ATE’s complete parking analysis and plan that
was part of our submittal dated March 3, 2017.
2. Won’t your restaurants and cafes take business away from existing tenants?
No, the correct response is just the opposite. We have attached a letter from the market research
firm, The Siracusa Company, to validate that statement. Our uses, tenants, and events will bring in
more visitors to the harbor that will represent a wider demographic of people with more disposable
income. Additionally, we will serve to establish the harbor as a destination for residents of the local
neighborhoods, and the greater community, seven days a week.
As several members of our team live locally and frequent the restaurants and businesses in the
harbor, we were aware of and made a concerted practice of studying the current tenant mix. We
took time and care in choosing the commercial uses and crafting a balanced mix within our proposal
for Site Five. What restaurants in the harbor are like Herb Alpert’s Vibrato and John Notter’s
Stonehaus? Vibrato’s concept is a sit-down steakhouse with six nights a week of highly skilled
singers and jazz players. Vibrato’s food parallels restaurants like the Ruth Chris and Fleming’s Steak
Houses, but with the added value of live entertainment throughout the week. Stonehaus pulls a
crowd of diverse groupings all through the day – breakfast, lunch, dinner, and after-dinner. Bringing
many appealing elements together, Stonehaus has a wine bar, coffee house, fresh bakery, and a
variety of menu items such as cheese plates and charcuterie that are served throughout the day and
evening and promote a social and communal atmosphere – all with live music performers in the
background.
We have also remained open with our concepts for the cafes that will locate in the proximity to the
Farmer’s Market. As noted in our proposal, our plan is to reach out to the existing businesses, not
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only to identify concepts that are not currently part of the current mix, but also to explore how we
can bring greater value to their existing operation.
Auto dealers prefer to locate in proximity to one another. Equally, there are strong reasons why
restaurants cluster, and why areas that serve as successful destinations for entertainment and
dining (the Collection in Oxnard), offer many dining options, with concepts and price points that
differ and appeal to a broad demographic.
The continued growth and evolution of The Collection has had a major impact on Downtown
Ventura. The Collection regularly rolls out new restaurants and businesses that add energy and
vitality to the existing center. This dynamic also sparks consumer interest and spending. If one of the
economic strategies and goals of the harbor is to become a destination for dining and
entertainment, it will not meet that goal by restricting the number or quality, breadth of concepts,
and diversity of price points, of the restaurants that hope to locate there.
3. Rather than serve as a catalyst to support future investment, I’m concerned that too much
development will change the character of the harbor, particularly the proposed commercial
center on Site Five.
Clearly the addition of a high-end boutique hotel, and a restaurant featuring a celebrity chef, on Site
Eight will alter the visual nature of development in the harbor, and serve to attract a demographic
not part of the current visitor mix. As for the commercial center on Site Five, we would present that
a beautifully designed thriving new commercial center with a diversity of uses, not a duplication of
uses, will only serve as an example to the development and business communities that additional
private ventures in Ventura Harbor represents a sound financial venture.
4. Won’t the Commercial project on Site Five conflict with the Hostel? Also, I am concerned that
your proposed location for the Hostel destroys existing parking.
Each of our proposed projects is designed for the best use for that site and operates independently.
However, we see great synergy in the locations and uses that we proposed. The guests of the hostel
– visitors to the Channel Islands, bicyclists, surfers, etc – can enjoy further delving into Ventura
culture via the Fish and Farmer’s Market, as well as stock up on snacks and food items.
Our team worked with staff over the course of this process and was asked several times by staff if
we were open to developing only one site, could we proceed if we were not chosen as the operator
of the hotel on Site Eight? Our response has always been yes.
Based on the prospect of a potential need to focus on one site, or both sites with the Commission’s
desire for a hotel, we asked staff if they would consider allowing a hostel location in proximity to
Site Five ̶ a location that connected the village to Island Packers and that still featured and allowed
for the highest best use represented by our commercial center. Staff’s only comment was to
ensure that parking was satisfied. We again draw your attention to the letter from Scott Schell from
ATE as well as ATE’s parking study. This study clearly demonstrates that we can provide the parking
necessary to support the hostel as well as the commercial center ̶ a win win for the harbor and the
community.
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5. I’m confused about who are will operate the hotel and the businesses. Who will I contact if I
need to speak to the owners?
The Ashkar family will maintain ownership of the hotel. Dieter Huckestein and his Clarismo
Partners, along with John Notter and his Westlake Properties Inc, will operate the hotel under a joint
venture agreement. Mr. Huckestein worked for Hilton Hotels for over thirty years, and served as
President of Hilton International which oversees Hilton’s high-end boutique brands. Mr. Notter
operates the Westlake Inn, Stonehaus, Bogies, and Mediterraneo. He was on the Board of Directors
of Hilton Hotels, and is currently Chairs the Hilton Foundation.
As for Site Five, the Commercial Center will operate under the oversight of Pacific Heritage and the
Ashkar family. The Ashkar family builds with a strategy of long term vision and generational hold.
They do not develop properties to sell to other operators. With over thirty five years of developing
in the City of Ventura, the Ashkars maintain and operate projects and properties and play an active
role in the communities that they are a part of. Pacific Heritage will be accessible to all of the
existing tenants of the harbor, and willing to explore ways to partner that further everyone’s goal of
operating thriving businesses.
6. A conference center and community meeting rooms are not compatible with a high-end
boutique hotel.
We strongly take issue with the idea that a conference center will create an environment that will
negatively impact the higher demographic visitor base that will frequent the hotel. There are design
solutions to a site plan that allows the conference center and the meeting rooms to function
without infringing upon the boutique hotel experience. Given the lack of meeting spaces in the City
of Ventura, offering a conference center and meeting rooms to the community will only serve as a
draw for local residents.
From the onset of this process, our team met with officials of the National Park Service to explore
ways that our project can assist them in realizing their vision for Ventura Harbor. If their vision is to
be realized, the hotel needs to operate and function in partnership with their facility and bolster
their abilities to provide programming and outreach opportunities. The meeting spaces, both
formally indoors and more relaxed outdoors, as well as the fluid transition between the two, creates
immense opportunity to host a wide range of events that provide benefit to the Harbor, City, local
community, professionals, educators, and a variety of social uses.
7. Additional Comments:
• As outlined in our previous submittals, we will provide a fair share of funding for the Harbor
Water Taxi that will serve both Sites Five and Eight;
• We will assist in funding upgrades to the entrance to the harbor, or any other
marketing/infrastructure improvements as part of our continuing partnership with your
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We strongly believe that our proposals for Sites Five and Eight will assist your Commission in realizing
many of your goals for the Harbor ̶ the highest best use for new development and use, and the choice
of additions that provide the greatest economic benefit and the greatest benefit to the local community.
This is an amazing opportunity to take a huge step in setting the foundation for the harbor of the future.
(Please note the attached letter from the Market Research firm, The Siracusa Company.)
Additionally, our proposal provides a methodology to allow your Commission to choose the highest best
uses for both sites:
– A high-end hotel for site eight;
– A hostel in proximity to Site Five that meets the affordability needs for the hotel on Site
Eight, and a better connection to Island Packers, and
– A thriving commercial center that upgrades the boardwalk, and provides a mix of uses that
will draw residents of the harbor, as well as from the greater Ventura Community, seven
days a week ̶ day and night.
– Our team has decades of experience ̶understanding state coastal and local policies and in
obtaining approvals and permits. We have already had active engagement and meetings
with Coastal Commission staff on the need to respect the existing dune features on Site
Eight, the need to provide view corridors that from the public realm, and for boaters
entering the harbor. Our design has been driven by and reflects these conversations.
In meetings with staff, they asked if chosen for a site, would the economics/return on investment allow
us to proceed with developing only one site. Our response was “yes.” As a result we had additional
meetings with staff to explore their openness to locating the hostel off of Site Five ̶ to a location
logistically appropriate – near Island Packers. There is no reason to limit investment in your Harbor by
allowing Site Five to be used solely as a location for a hostel.
We believe we have presented your Commission with the best designs, concepts, consulting team, and
operators, for both parcels. However, in the event that your Commission should decide that it is in the
long term interest of the harbor to choose the Parker Groups for the hotel, but understand the value of
what we have proposed for Site Five, with your direction, we offer to meet with representatives of the
Parker Group to cooperatively move forward with our Site Five proposal.
In closing, we want to again thank you for the opportunity to provide more information about our
proposed projects. If you or your staff have any questions or require any additional information, please
do not hesitate to ask.
Sincerely,
Mr. John Ashkar
Pacific Heritage Communities

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PROJECT SPECIFIC FEEDBACK REQUESTED by VENTURA PORT DISTRICT
The information provided below is intended to supplement the project information provided to
the Port District in our comprehensive project submission package dated August 11, 2016 as well
as the additional project inputs we provided to the District and the Port Commissioners in our
public presentation on November 9, 2016. Our responses below conform to the sequence of
questions and informational requests set forth in the letter we received from the Port District
dated December 19th.
Parcel 5
The hybrid hostel concept we envision for Parcel 5 is intended to provide a quality but affordably
priced lodging option currently not available at the Harbor. Given its status as the portal to
Channel Islands National Park, Ventura Harbor attracts a large youthful and active adult
demographic, which is the hostel’s target market. This outdoor adventure orientation explains
why we have christened this property, Harbor Adventure Lodge & Hostel. Designed and
operated to provide a fun, informal beach “vibe” experience along with delivering its welcoming
affordability, this property expands the lodging “bandwidth” on Port lands. Consistent with our
earlier inputs, this confirms that the completed property would be operated by H. Parker
Hospitality, the experienced property and asset management firm that would also provide the
synergistic management of the boutique hotel it proposes developing on nearby Parcel 8.
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Parcel 5 and 8 – supplemental information package
March 2, 2017
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Through continued planning efforts for Parcel 5, we have been able to increase the lodging room
count from thirty (30) to forty (40) rooms to better accommodate the unmet needs for this type of
property (i.e. currently there are no hostel properties in Ventura), this to the economic benefit of
the Port District. Of the forty rooms, twelve will be shared hostel styled rooms with bunk beds.
This increase in room count has been supplemented by additional guest amenities. As depicted
on the enclosed architectural drawing, we have added a private outdoor terrace overlooking the
public pocket park that has a Jacuzzi tub and outdoor barbeque for the exclusive use of hostel
guests. These additional enhancements to the guest experience would complement the existing
amenity offering which includes an inviting living room featuring a fireplace, communal kitchen
(with well stocked quality cookware, tableware, and beverages), and adjacent dining room
featuring a long communal table, along with a guest laundry. Further, we are proposing the
inclusion of a fire pit in the adjacent pocket park to further extend its public utility into nighttime
hours.
Mindful of parking issues in and around the Harbor Village complex, we have accommodated
these building improvements all within the confines of the existing lawn area at Parcel 5. As
previously communicated to the Port District, we reiterate the mutual economic benefit of
expanding the development footprint of the Harbor Adventure Lodge & Hostel to expand beyond
the confines of the lawn area. However, until such time as the Port District formally proposes
such a course, we continue to restrict all Parcel 5 improvements to the lawn.
As communicated to the Port District and as discussed on our recent tour of the Wayfarer with
Port District management, this hybrid hostel property draws programmatic inspiration from that
Santa Barbara hostel, which the Parker family originally developed. Like the Wayfarer, this
property features a mix of private and shared rooms, with all guest rooms having a full bathroom
for guest comfort and convenience. The comfortable but compact rooms reflect the fact that
outdoor oriented hostel guests don’t tend to spend much time in their rooms. Of the overall room
count of forty, there are twelve shared rooms and twenty-eight private rooms. The shared rooms
total 400 square feet and feature four or five beds (at least two bunk beds per room).
Operationally, the shared room use is reserved for the same gender unless all the occupants are
part of the same family unit. The private rooms total 375 square feet and can sleep three,
through fit out with a king or queen bed and pull-down Murphy bed.
Given the increased size of the Harbor Adventure Lodge & Hostel, we have updated our
operating cash flow analysis, which show enhanced financial returns to the Port District. These
favorable economics are based on lodging rates ranging from $45.00 per night for a bed in a
shared room to $165.00 per night for a private room, for an overall ADR (i.e. average daily rate)
of $145 for the 40 guest rooms.
In terms of management philosophy and day-to-day approach to effectively market the
completed property, maximize the quality of the guest experience, and successfully integrate the
property into the fabric of the existing commercial neighborhood at the Port, H. Parker
Hospitality’s holistic and hands-on approach to management of its individual properties, not to
mention its long-term ownership perspective, insure that the property achieves its potential as
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measured by the metrics of financial performance, sustainable building quality, guest
satisfaction, and realization of its civic commitment to the local community. The “best
practices” the firm successfully employs to deliver on its promises include a warm and safe
environment for couples, friends and single travelers; shared gathering spaces; lite fare food and
beverages; complimentary wifi; transportation to public transit; bike rentals; on-site laundry; and
storage for extra luggage and supplies when guests are out camping on the islands. Recognizing
the popularity of hostel lodging overseas, we would buttress our multi-faceted sales and
marketing program through affiliations and collaborations with established and internationally
recognized trade and marketing organizations such as Hostelling International, to maximize the
property’s international visibility.
Parcel 8
Food & beverage program:
Foundational to the Harbor Cove Inn (working title for ease of reference), the family-oriented
boutique hotel we are proposing for Parcel 8, is its connectivity to the popular Harbor Cove
beach or what we often hear referred to as “Mom’s Beach”. Although the other two
development proposals we have reviewed for this parcel as part of this RFP process effectively
“turned their backs” on this popular family-centric beach destination and created an impregnable
building wall, ours is the singular design concept that embraces the public beach and treats that
side of the hotel as a welcoming pedestrian front door for beachgoers to enjoy the amenities of
the hotel, none the least of which are its varied food and beverage (“F&B”) and inviting live
music offerings. We also envision a designated boardwalk meandering through the adjacent
sand dune to further the public integration with and access to the hotel as it would provide direct
access from the Harbor Cove parking lot.
Given this family orientation and mindful of its dramatic coastal setting, the boutique hotel on
Parcel 8 is positioned to offer an air of informality perhaps best characterized as a “laid back
beach vibe”. Think faded Aloha shirts and flip flops, with this thematic narrative infusing the
two on-site F&B venues. Located off the hotel lobby and overlooking the expansive outdoor
terrace, the hotel’s signature refined casual dining restaurant with indoor seating capacity for 80
would feature an approachable menu by Executive Chef John Cox. As mentioned when he was
introduced at the November 9th public meeting of the Port Commissioners, John was until
recently the executive chef at the acclaimed Sierra Mar restaurant at the renowned Post Ranch
Inn in Big Sur and will manage the Parker’s new Bear and Star restaurant in Los Olivos.
Located just steps from Mom’s Beach, the south end of the hotel is anchored by a large dining
terrace that enjoys great views and beach access. It will provide sunny seating for the hotel’s
beachfront restaurant and bar that features an approachable chef defined but upscale menu. In
addition, the newly designed Beach Café’s exterior counter will allow hotel guests and
beachgoers the opportunity to pick up their orders without having to traipse through the hotel.
Beach Café patrons can either sit on the flanking picnic tables, or walk back to where they were
sitting on the adjacent beach to enjoy their to-go food. The terrace has been oversized to not
only accommodate ocean view and sunset seating but to also provide space for musicians as we
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envision live music helping to contribute to making this a very lively and popular F&B scene for
tourists and locals alike.

Events Barn:
Given the family orientation and romance of the Harbor Cove Inn, the hotel would not market to
the business meeting/conference trade as it is not conducive to or necessary for the hotel’s
financial sustainability given its relatively small size. This market is best served by existing
lodging properties at the Port or elsewhere in the City of Ventura. As such, traditional meeting
or conference rooms are not included into the building program for the Harbor Cove Inn. Rather,
we have included an “Events Barn”, which is designed with maximum use flexibility in mind to
accommodate any number of programmed activities that enhance the guest experience (e.g.
Kid’s Camp, cooking classes, movie nights, etc.) and provide a venue for private (e.g. weddings)
and public (e.g. naturalist lectures by the National Park Service, wine tastings by prominent
Central Coast vintners, etc.) events. We have been encouraged by the positive response we have
received from Park Service management to utilize the Events Barn for public lectures and
presentations on the sea life, flora, and fauna of Channel Islands National Park.
The Event Barn’s high bay space (+/- 16 feet) would approximate 1,600 square feet and have a
maximum capacity for 100 people. In addition, it would also have an expansive storage room to
allow for a variety of room set-up configurations. An attached catering kitchen would provide
the necessary F&B infrastructure to support wedding reception and like-kind requirements. The
Barn also has its own bank of bathrooms.
The large sliding glass pocket doors on the west side of the Events Barn would open up onto an
expansive wind-protected Events Lawn. This lawn area has a maximum capacity of 100.
Programmatically, there would never be events held on the lawn and inside the barn
simultaneously as they are too integrated to allow for that. As well, the catering kitchen is not
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sized to support multiple events. Rather, the determination as to whether an event will be held
inside or outside on the lawn will often be predicated on weather conditions. That said the
outdoor venue does provide some programming opportunities not available indoors. For
example, we envision collaborating with a local astronomy club to set up telescopes and provide
public celestial viewings, or having a “Symphony under the stars” program.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION and QUESTIONS
1. Third party tenants and operators. H. Parker Hospitality and its experienced and
multi-disciplined management team would be responsible for all facets of the operations
and management of the Harbor Adventure Lodge & Hostel proposed for Parcel 5 and the
Harbor Cove Inn on Parcel 8.
2. Current development team members. To date, we have engaged several very
experienced third party consultants whom are very well respected in the resort lodging
industry as initial project team members to collaborate with and assist H. Parker
Hospitality through the Port District’s comprehensive RFP evaluation process. Because
of the obvious scope and complexity associated with the thoughtful and quality
development of Parcel 5 and 8, these initial team members will, of course, be
supplemented by other best-in-class consultants from various disciplines should we be
selected to move forward with our initiative to help the Port District achieve its economic
development, vitality, and diversity objectives.
H. Parker Hospitality – hotel owner/developer/operator
800 Miramonte Drive, Santa Barbara, California, 93109
Tel. (805) 979-8915
• Eli Parker
Principal
Email: eli@fessparker.com
• Paul Hoyle
President
Email: paul@hparkerhotels.com
• Dana Severy
Planning, entitlements & development
Tel. (805) 452-0325
Email: danasevery@gmail.com
• Mike Drammer
Director of Construction
Email: mike@fessparker.com
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• Roberta Griffin
Chief Financial Officer
Email: roberta@fessparker.com
• John Cox
Corporate Chef
Email: john@hparkerhotels.com
Architecture
• Robert Glazier, AIA
Glazier Le Architects
Tel. (650) 269-0794
Email: rcglazier@gmail.com
• Ed de Vicente, AIA & Ryan Mills
DMHA Architects
Tel. (805) 965-7777
Email: ed@dmhaa.com ryan@studiodma.com
Land use legal
• Graham Lyons
Mullen & Henzell
Email: gml@mullenlaw.com
California Coastal Commission entitlement processing
• David B. Neish
President
DBN Planning
Tel. (949) 600-8295
Email: dbneish@dbnplanning.com
Traffic engineering/parking design
• Les Card
President
LSA Associates, Inc.
Tel. (949) 553-0666
Email: les.card@lsa.net
3. Attracting locals to the Harbor. Given the often stated concerns of the Port District
regarding parking capacity issues in the Harbor Village area, we have stipulated to our
design team from the outset that our development program for Parcel 5 be confined to the
existing lawn area. As reconfigured herein to increase the room count of the Harbor
Adventure Lodge & Hostel to forty, this expanded building still respects the above
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demarcation. That said, we have maintained the public pocket park that is part of our
proposed development program as it would be a welcome destination for visitors to the
adjacent Harbor Village complex (e.g. a nice place for families to eat their ice cream
cones purchased there) and those strolling along the boardwalk. We have further refined
the program for this welcoming public space with the inclusion of a fire pit to enhance its
utility during evening hours.
The more expansive program for the larger Parcel 8 lot provides a number of meaningful
opportunities to engage with locals and make the hotel a favored destination for them as
well as out-of-town visitors to the Port. The inviting beachside café/bar with its
energizing live music should be popular with locals and certainly will offer a convenient
F&B destination now lacking at Harbor Cove (i.e. beachgoers won’t have to traverse a
packed parking lot and cross busy Spinnaker Drive to get food and beverages). The
adjacent public boardwalk encircling the hotel on the water side will provide a pleasant
strolling environment featuring great views. Further, the quality and approachable menu
of the hotel’s signature restaurant should also prove popular with locals. In that the
Harbor Cove Inn will be the highest quality lodging property in the City, we believe that
many locals will adopt the hotel as their favored lodging recommendation thus bringing
them to the property even more frequently.
The Events Barn and adjacent Events Lawn area are designed to host a number of private
and public events. For example, we have already engaged with the Park Service to utilize
the Barn for a public lecture series on the natural wonders of Channel Islands National
Park. This flexible facility will be equally proficient at hosting art shows, live music,
culinary events, and other engaging programs.
In addition to the positive “word of mouth” opportunities the multi-faceted events
programming and distinguished food and beverage offering at the Harbor Cove Inn
provide to attract locals on a sustainable basis, the hotel’s proactive marketing program
will also target the local community. We would have a print presence in The Breeze, the
popular local bi-weekly newspaper, along with meaningful placements in the Ventura
County Star. The Log, a popular website for the recreational boat owner community
offers another useful platform to market the hotel activities and amenities to local boat
owners.
As is typical, the H. Parker Hospitality team looks forward to its active engagement with
the community and through these affiliations effectively establish meaningful and
sustainable connections with locals so they are kept fully apprised of the hotel’s localsoriented
event offerings. Toward this end we have already reached out and begun a
dialogue with the Chamber of Commerce and the Visitors and Convention Bureau to
discuss how best to collaborate to the benefit of the entire community. Further, we
appreciate the synergistic opportunity to collaborate with other prominent Port tenants
and property owners (e.g. Island Packers, Brophy Brothers, National Park Service) to
develop a Port-wide events program that serves to further the popularity of the Harbor to
locals and visitors alike. Our excitement over the “big tent” opportunities these
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collaborations can create to further the objectives of the City and Port District have been
reinforced by the initial inputs we have received from the Visitor’s Bureau, Island
Packers, National Park Service, and the Chamber.
4. Community outreach. Given the firm’s long-term ownership perspective (e.g. the
Parker family has owned the Fess Parker Doubletree Hotel on the Santa Barbara
waterfront since 1986 and the Fess Parker Wine Country Inn in Los Olivos almost 20
years), H. Parker Hospitality is very focused on establishing and sustaining substantive
relationships with all project stakeholders. Our public outreach efforts are predicated
upon our commitment to shared respect and full transparency.
The conceptual design for our proposed Port projects have been informed by the inputs
we have solicited and received from project stakeholders such as the National Park
Service and the City of Ventura. If we are successful in being selected by the Port
District to execute our business plan for Parcel 5 and 8 we would, as is typical to our
approach to community engagement, host a series of well publicized open houses and
workshops to more fully introduce our planning concepts and obtain the benefit of local
stakeholder inputs. These events would target the Keys community, Pierpont
neighborhood, Port business owners, the Chamber of Commerce, Visitors and
Convention Bureau, and other important constituencies within the community. Although
not statutorily required, this proactive public outreach effort serves to create a solid basis
for open and timely dialogue between all project stakeholders and, by design, predates
any public hearings mandated through the entitlement process.
5. Musical venue on Parcel 8. As mentioned in item no. 3 above, we believe the Harbor
Cove Inn is best positioned to draw locals on a sustainable basis by way of its varied
F&B offering and wide ranging events programming, which includes multiple venues for
live music that include the outdoor terrace and beach, Events Barn, and Events Lawn.
Given its family orientation and consistent with its informal beach lifestyle character, we
believe a night time only venue exclusively focused on one musical idiom (e.g. jazz) does
not provide the breadth of opportunities that our more varied program does. Having a
jazz only club renders academic the introduction of other genres (e.g. folk, country
western, classical) thus limiting the entertainment options for locals. Rather our diverse
live music program will be much more expansive than a night time adult oriented club.
On the expansive outdoor terrace overlooking Mom’s Beach we will offer “concerts in
the sand” which will feature a wide range of live music from the sounds of Jimmy Buffett
to calypso to jazz to folk. There will be no charge to sit on the terrace or in the flanking
beach chairs in the sand to enjoy the music under the sun. This live music venue will be
utilized during the sunset and evening hours as well. By offering multiple live music
venues with a wide ranging choice of musical genres, we submit that the Harbor Cove
Inn is well positioned to be a popular destination of choice for locals.
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6. Integration with the existing tenant mix. The programs for the Harbor Adventure
Lodge & Hostel and Harbor Cove Inn have been crafted to complement the businesses of
existing Port tenants and create lively synergies with them.
The target market of the Adventure Lodge is the active, outdoor enthusiast demographic
which will be drawn to the Harbor given it’s the portal to Channel Islands National Park.
This guest profile will provide Island Packers, the Port’s scuba dive operators, and other
outdoor recreation vendors with significant new business opportunities. The youthful,
family-oriented guest demographic at the Harbor Cove Inn will also drive business to
these existing Port tenants.
With respect to generating additional business for Port tenants, particularly at Harbor
Village, the fact that the Adventure Lodge has no on-site restaurant directly accrues to the
benefit of restaurants such as Andria’s, Boatyard Café, Brophy Brothers, and other
nearby F&B establishments. The strategically located public park on the south side of
the Adventure Lodge will further benefit the guest experience at Harbor Village such as
providing families with a pleasant place to enjoy their ice cream from Coastal Cone. We
also envision that this landscaped waterfront park could provide special “pop-up” F&B
opportunities for Harbor Village restaurants (e.g. “Shrimp on the Barbie & wine
pairing”). Its immediate adjacency and flexible design provides this public space with a
lot of utility for visitors to, customers of, and employees working at Harbor Village.
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Down the street at the Harbor Cove Inn, the varied events and live music program will
attract more locals and visitors to the Port to the benefit of its existing tenant base as
activity begets activity. The hotel’s sunny beachside café/bar and live music venue will
provide a very convenient casual eating option for beachgoers as they will not have to
traipse through a crowed parking lot and cross busy Spinnaker Drive as they do now.
The free “Concerts in the Sand” should also draw beachgoers over to the hotel and prove
to be a popular destination for locals.
As mentioned, we have engaged with the National Park Service (“NPS”) whose inputs
have informed our conceptual design and operational planning for the Harbor Cove Inn.
Building placement and massing have been strategically located and modulated to respect
the sightlines from the NPS’s observation tower. In our preliminary discussions with
NPS management, we have discussed providing parking in the hotel parking facility for
guests to the Visitor’s Center given we have identified some on-site overcapacity. The
Park Service has expressed interest in utilizing the hotel’s Events Barn for public
lectures/presentations on the flora, fauna, and biodiversity of Channel Islands National
Park. Given the long-term ownership perspective of H. Parker Hospitality, we certainly
look forward to building a strong lasting relationship with the NPS with the objective of
helping it achieve its mission of increasing visitations to the Port and Channel Islands
National Park by the local community and the travelling public.
7. Updated parking plan. We have updated our parking plan to reflect recent refinements
to our development program for Parcel 5 and 8. Our parking strategy has been informed
by the productive inputs we received from the City’s Community Development
Department and the expertise of our parking consultant, LSA Associates.
In our initial submittal to the Port District the affordably priced hostel on Parcel 5 totaled
30 rooms. To the financial benefit of the Port District, we have increased the room count
to 40. Unless directed by the Port District to expand the development “footprint” beyond
the lawn we continue to confine all building improvements to the existing lawn area. Per
City code, the parking required to support the current program for the Adventure Lodge
totals 40 cars. Although parking capacity for the Adventure Lodge aligns with the City
requirements for lodging uses, we mention here that guests of hostel properties are often
less reliant on the private vehicle than those staying at more conventional hotels. A good
number of hostel guests arrive in a community by bus or train, while others often travel in
larger groups such that the number of guests per private vehicle can be a substantively
higher percentage than at more traditional lodging properties.
As depicted on the enclosed new site plan for Parcel 5, we accommodate 23 cars on-site
in a row of surface stalls located on the west side of the Adventure Lodge. The required
balance of 17 cars is accommodated in the Parcel 8 parking facility with these vehicles
parked and retrieved on demand by valet attendants. Consistent with City parking
regulations the provision of off-site parking on Parcel 8 would be memorialized as a
covenant on Parcel 8 for the benefit of Parcel 5 in a form (e.g. easement, lease, etc.)
acceptable to the City of Ventura.
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At the Harbor Cove Inn the majority of required parking is accommodated in a lowprofile
two-level parking structure (with one level below grade) located on the east side
of Parcel 8. The capacity in this structure is supplemented by a modest number of
surface stalls. Overall, on-site parking capacity on Parcel 8 totals 130 spaces. Along
with the 23 stalls at the Adventure Lodge the combined properties provide parking for
153 cars. On the accompanying spreadsheet prepared by our parking consultant, LSA
Associates, the overall requirements for the Adventure Lodge and Parcel 8 hotel are set
forth in Table A by designated land-use. The combined lodging room total of 104
generates a requirement for 104 spaces. We have quantified how this parking sub-total is
supplemented by City requirements associated with restaurant uses and events space (i.e.
the “Events Barn”) within the hotel complex.
City parking regulations don’t address the realities of shared parking uses in multipurpose
buildings (e.g. hotel guests getting married in the Events Barn, dining on-site in
the hotel restaurant, etc.). That said, the logic and viability of employing a shared
parking program was recently discussed with and conceptually agreed to in a productive
planning session with City staff. The periodic use of the Events Barn for special events
and programs does impact required parking capacities and generates a slight capacity
issue totaling a maximum of 23 vehicles. As mentioned above, the Events Barn has a
maximum capacity of 100. Our 10-year operating cash flow model (a copy of which has
previously been provided to the Port District) includes F&B and catering revenues that
are based upon our carefully analyzed projections regarding events programming. We
are forecasting 6 events (e.g. wedding, reception, dinner, live music, etc.) per month from
May through October. The total would decrease to 4 per month in the months of
November and December then drop down to 3 per month for the months of January
through April.
As noted, the Events Barn and adjacent Events Lawn will never hold simultaneous events
given staffing, catering kitchen, and other operational constraints. Although both venues
have a maximum capacity of 100, we are forecasting these special events will range in
size from 50 to 100 guests, with many attendees staying at the hotel. Based upon our
operating experience, we would anticipate that these events would generate less parking
demand than code requires and approximate 20-25 cars per event.
Although code requirements exceed overall parking capacities on Parcel 5 and Parcel 8
by 23 vehicles, we note here that parking demand is not static. Rather, it fluctuates
throughout the day as noted on Table B and C on the attached parking demand
spreadsheet prepared by LSA Associates. Our parking consultant utilized proven
operating metrics and data from the Urban Land Institute (“ULI”) relative to shared
parking Time-of-Day Factors. As noted, weekday capacity is insufficient for only 3
hours starting at 7:00PM and ending at 10:00PM. On weekends, this same circumstance
occurs between the same timeframe. Conversely, our proposed parking program
provides significantly more capacity than will be generated by on-site demand during
prime beach going hours, particularly when there are no events being staged in the Events
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Barn or adjacent lawn. Given the periodic nature of special events, the typical
overcapacity of parking between 6:00Am and 9:00PM on weekdays and weekends
available for the use by the National Park Service, beachgoers, and/or Port District
tenants will range from 48-79 cars. This significant excess capacity available for use by
third parties totals 31% – 52% of our proposed overall parking capacity.
We are endeavoring to take advantage of the favorable capacity circumstances during
prime beach going hours as evidenced by our preliminary discussions with the NPS to
allow its visitors to park at our hotel. This would result in the better utilization of the
proposed Parcel 8 parking facility as the operating hours of the NPS Visitors Center don’t
conflict with the above referenced evening hours when the hotel’s parking capacity gets
taxed (from a code perspective) when a special event is being held.
We reiterate our strong advocacy of a robust water taxi service that can knit together the
entire Harbor to make its multiple destinations more accessible to locals and out-of-town
visitors with less reliance on the private vehicle. We envision the public boardwalk along
the waterfront on Parcel 8 connecting to a water taxi station. We submit that a well
operated and appropriately scheduled water taxi service would serve to mitigate traffic
and parking impacts in the Harbor, particularly on its west side. Why drive from the
Sondermann Ring apartment complex to Harbor Village or the Harbor Cove Inn to
recreate when you can hop on a water taxi? A water taxi network would most probably
allow for viable satellite parking areas to be established on the periphery of the Port
District that would be conveniently located to the multiple water taxi stations/docks.
To the extent that an evening event at the Events Barn triggers a capacity issue (that
could total a maximum of 23 cars), we would suggest the suitability of either the adjacent
Harbor Cove parking lot, which is largely empty at night, or use of the nearby Ventura
West Marina II parking lot, which as referenced in the Parking Management Plan for the
Ventura Harbor dated January 18, 2017 and prepared for the Port District by Associated
Transportation Engineers is very underutilized (i.e. less than 50% occupancy) to satisfy
this periodic and short-term parking anomaly. The hotel’s use of valet parking attendants
would make these both convenient options. Of course, these periodic use alternatives
would require the necessary approvals from the respective landowners.
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LSA ASSOCIATES, INC.
1. ULI Shared Parking for Leisure Hotel (Rooms, Banquet, and Restaurant)
Table A: Ventura Hotel Parking Requirements
Use Quantity
Hotel (Rooms) 104
Event Pavilion (SF) 1,600
Restaurant (SF) 3,000
Total
1 Per City of Ventura Municipal Code 24.415.040
SF = square feet
Table B: Weekday Time-of-Day Parking Requirements for Ventura Hotel
Use 6:00 a.m. 7:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m.
Hotel – Leisure Guest 95% 95% 90% 80% 70% 70% 65% 65% 70% 70% 75% 80% 85% 85% 90% 95% 95% 100%
Banquet 0% 0% 30% 60% 60% 60% 65% 65% 65% 65% 65% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 50% 0%
Restaurant 0% 10% 30% 10% 10% 5% 100% 100% 33% 10% 10% 30% 55% 60% 70% 67% 60% 40%
Use Demand2 6:00 a.m. 7:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m.
Hotel – Room 104 99 99 94 83 73 73 68 68 73 73 78 83 88 88 94 99 99 104
Hotel – Event Pavilion 57 0 0 17 34 34 34 37 37 37 37 37 57 57 57 57 57 29 0
Restaurant/Bar 15 0 2 5 2 2 1 15 15 5 2 2 5 8 9 11 10 9 6
99 101 116 119 109 108 120 120 115 112 117 145 153 154 162 166 137 110
1 Time-of-Day Factors referenced from the Urban Land Institute Shared Parking , Second Edition (2005).
2 Parking Requirements per Table A
Table C: Weekend Time-of-Day Parking Requirements for Ventura Hotel
Use 6:00 a.m. 7:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m.
Hotel – Leisure Guest 95% 95% 90% 80% 70% 70% 65% 65% 70% 70% 75% 80% 85% 85% 90% 95% 95% 100%
Banquet 0% 0% 30% 60% 60% 60% 65% 65% 65% 65% 65% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 50% 0%
Restaurant 0% 10% 30% 10% 10% 5% 100% 100% 33% 10% 10% 30% 55% 60% 70% 67% 60% 40%
Use Demand2 6:00 a.m. 7:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m.
Hotel – Room 104 99 99 94 83 73 73 68 68 73 73 78 83 88 88 94 99 99 104
Hotel – Event Pavilion 57 0 0 17 34 34 34 37 37 37 37 37 57 57 57 57 57 29 0
Restaurant/Bar 15 0 2 5 2 2 1 15 15 5 2 2 5 8 9 11 10 9 6
99 101 116 119 109 108 120 120 115 112 117 145 153 154 162 166 137 110
1 Time-of-Day Factors referenced from the Urban Land Institute Shared Parking , Second Edition (2005).
2 Parking Requirements per Table A
Time-of-Day Parking Demand
Total
Time-of-Day Factors1
Time-of-Day Parking Demand
Total
Time-of-Day Factors1
City of Ventura
Parking Rate1
1 space per room
1 space per 200 sf
1 space per 28 sf
Required
Parking Spaces
104
15
57
176
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8. Entitlement strategy and project schedule. The Parker team members have an
outstanding record of obtaining meaningful entitlements in highly politicized
environments such as coastal California. For example, they have successfully processed
entitlement applications within the Coastal Commission jurisdictional area that include
the 360-room Fess Parker Resort along the waterfront in Santa Barbara; an approved and
soon to be constructed 48-room luxury hotel that also enjoys a Santa Barbara waterfront
location; and a 104-room hotel, the Inn at the Pier, which is currently under construction
at the base of the pier in the seaside town of Pismo Beach.
In that we plan on employing the same holistic and focused approach to seeking project
approvals as was recently applied to achieve the successful entitlement outcome in Pismo
Beach, it is perhaps worth noting that the hotel was approved within seven months of the
first public hearing and was not appealed to or by the Coastal Commission. This
entitlement achievement is highly unusual for large scale oceanfront projects such as the
Inn at the Pier that are located in the so-called coastal zone. Foundational to our
approach to successfully expedite the entitlement process for the proposed lodging
projects on Parcel 5 and 8 is our focus on proactive communication and substantive
engagement with all project stakeholders. This effort encompasses countless one-on-one
meetings and numerous public open houses or workshops to advance the conversation
with the many stakeholders.
Although we have already engaged preliminarily with the National Park Service, several
Port business owners, the City’s Community Development Department team, Chamber
and Visitors Bureau leadership, and several other community stakeholders, this
determined public outreach effort would “ramp up” immediately upon our selection to
execute our proposed business plan for the two Port development sites. At that time, we
would meet with the Coastal Commission’s Ventura District office team to introduce our
land-use concepts and obtain its guidance. As with the Pismo project, this initial meeting
with the Coastal Commission would be followed up by close communication with the
District office through the entire entitlement process.
To supplement the project team’s significant project experience within the coastal zone,
we have retained the services of David B. Neish and his firm, DBN Planning. Dave has
over 35 years of experience representing hundreds of applicants through the California
Coastal Commission permit process. Cognizant of the fact that both lodging proposals
will necessitate an amendment to the local coastal plan (“LCP”) that encompasses the
Port District, we believe Dave’s proven experience and good working relationships with
the Coastal Commission will help effectively navigate through the process. The LCP
process involves a two step process, with the initial one being approval of the LCP
amendment by the City Council of Ventura. Subsequent to that milestone, the Coastal
Commission acts on the Council’s decision. Based on the recent schedule inputs we
received from the Community Development team enclosed please find our revised
project schedules for the Adventure Lodge & Hostel and Harbor Cove Inn.
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1 Due diligence
Task Name
40 days
Duration
Thu 6/1/17
Start
Wed 7/26/17
Finish Predecessors
2 Lease negotiation period 60 days Thu 7/27/17 Wed 10/18/17 1
3 Execution of lease 1 day Thu 10/19/17 Thu 10/19/17 2
4 Compile LCP app. docs. 60 days Fri 10/20/17 Thu 1/11/18 3
5 Submit LCP app. to City 1 day Fri 1/12/18 Fri 1/12/18 4
6 City processing of LCP 360 days Mon 1/15/18 Fri 5/31/19 5
7 Council approval of LCP 1 day Mon 6/3/19 Mon 6/3/19 6
8 Submit LCP to State 1 day Tue 6/4/19 Tue 6/4/19 7
9 State processing of LCP 360 days Wed 6/5/19 Tue 10/20/20 8
10 State (CCC) LCP approval 1 day Wed 10/21/20 Wed 10/21/20 9
11 Compile CUP app. docs. 30 days Thu 10/22/20 Wed 12/2/20 10
12 Submit CUP app. to City 1 day Thu 12/3/20 Thu 12/3/20 11
13 City processing of CUP 180 days Fri 12/4/20 Thu 8/12/21 12
14 City approval of CUP 1 day Fri 8/13/21 Fri 8/13/21 13
15 Construction Docs. 100 days Mon 8/16/21 Fri 12/31/21 14
16 Builidng permit processing 90 days Mon 1/3/22 Fri 5/6/22 15
17 Building permit issuance 1 day Mon 5/9/22 Mon 5/9/22 16
18 Construction 260 days Tue 5/10/22 Mon 5/8/23 17
19 Property opening 1 day Tue 5/9/23 Tue 5/9/23 18
Qtr 2 Qtr 3 Qtr 4 Qtr 1 Qtr 2 Qtr 3 Qtr 4
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Qtr 1 Qtr 2 Qtr 3 Qtr 4
2019
Qtr 1 Qtr 2 Qtr 3 Qtr 4
2020
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2021
Qtr 1 Qtr 2 Qtr 3 Qtr 4
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Progress
Milestone
Summary
Project Summary
External Tasks
External Milestone
Deadline
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In our constructive discussions with the Community Development Department team we
have discussed potential processing strategies encompassing the required LCP
amendments and use permit applications for Parcel 5 and 8. We agreed that more
discussion with City staff is necessary before we mutually settle on a preferred protocol.
That said our current thinking is that it would be counterproductive to pursue approvals
of the LCP amendments (encompassing at least building heights, view corridors, site
coverage, and inclusion of hotels as permitted uses) by the City and State in a vacuum.
Specifically, we see tremendous merit in supplementing our LCP amendment application
with sufficient architectural information (say, 50% Schematic Design) to allow the City,
State, and other stakeholders to fully comprehend how the amendments to Parcel 5 and 6
would physically manifest themselves in the built environment.
During the team’s focused and comprehensive research of the Ventura hospitality sector
it became clear that the local market is in need of a luxury hotel offering and low cost
accommodations. The California Coastal Commission has been evaluating the need for
and the delivery of such low cost accommodations for a number of years. Significantly
with AB2616 going into effect January 1st of this year it will be necessary to meet an
“environmental justice requirement, for projects proposed in coastal areas.” Our
development concepts for Parcel 5 and 8 provide the perfect opportunity to satisfy both of
these unmet lodging market needs in the City of Ventura and satisfy the new regulatory
regimen created by the recent AB2616 legislation.
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9. Projected Ventura Port District Rent Spreadsheet for Parcels 5 and 8
See following 2 pages
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Ventura Port District
Request For Proposals – Parcel 5
Developer Proposals-Project Revenue, District Rent Projections
3/8/2017
Harbor Adventure Lodge & Hostel
DEVELOPER NAME
Occupancy Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 TOTAL (Years 1-10)
Projected Project Gross Revenues $ 1,756,650 $ 1,932,491 $ 2,057,438 $ 2,202,385 $ 2,292,293 $ 2,374,911 $ 2,446,158 $ 2,519,543 $ 2,601,136 $ 2,672,983 $ 22,855,988
Projected Ventura Port District Rent $ 52,700 $ 57,975 $ 61,723 $ 66,072 $ 68,769 $ 71,247 $ 73,385 $ 75,586 $ 78,034 $ 80,189 $ 685,680
Notes: Rent equals 3% of Total (Gross) Revenues
H. Parker Hospitality
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Ventura Port District
Request For Proposals – Parcel 8
Developer Proposals-Project Revenue, District Rent Projections
3/8/2017
Harbor Cove Inn
DEVELOPER NAME
Occupancy Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 TOTAL (Years 1-10)
Projected Project Gross Revenues $ 7,692,511 $ 8,270,886 $ 8,892,418 $ 9,598,449 $ 9,956,385 $ 10,295,736 $ 10,604,608 $ 10,992,746 $ 11,268,064 $ 11,499,538 $ 99,071,341
Projected Ventura Port District Rent $ 250,265 $ 269,939 $ 291,093 $ 315,186 $ 327,091 $ 338,326 $ 348,476 $ 358,930 $ 370,316 $ 377,695 $ 3,247,317
H. Parker Hospitality
Notes: Rent equals 3.5% of Room Revenue plus
3% of F&B and Other Revenue
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10. Updated architectural drawings and inspirational imagery for Parcels 5 and 8
See accompanying pages
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PARCEL 5 – HARBOR ADVENTURE LODGE
GROUND FLOOR PLAN
SECOND FLOOR PLAN
FLOOR PLANS
PRIVATE ROOMS
SHARED ROOMS
LEGEND
PROJECT STATISTICS
KEYS:
PRIVATE SHARED
1ST: 11 9
2ND: 17 3
TOTAL: 40
PARKING:
PARCEL 5: 23
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VIEW LOOKING NORTH/WEST
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INSPIRATIONAL IMAGERY
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INSPIRATIONAL IMAGERY
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PARCEL 8 – HARBOR COVE INN
GROUND FLOOR PLAN / SITE PLAN
PROJECT STATISTICS
KEYS:
1ST: 17
2ND: 25
3RD: 22
TOTAL: 64
PARKING:
PARCEL 8: 93
PARCEL 8 VALET: 37
PARCEL 5: 23
TOTAL: 153
7P
20P
8P
4V
3V
1P
9V
6V
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LOWER GARAGE FLOOR PLAN
9P
10V
26P
11P
12V
4P
PROJECT STATISTICS
KEYS:
1ST: 17
2ND: 25
3RD: 22
TOTAL: 64
PARKING:
PARCEL 8: 93
PARCEL 8 VALET: 37
PARCEL 5: 23
TOTAL: 153
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3RD FLOOR PLAN 2ND FLOOR PLAN
FLOOR PLANS
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VIEW TOWARDS HARBOR
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INSPIRATIONAL IMAGERY
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INSPIRATIONAL IMAGERY
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Addendum
Although outside the scope of your informational request dated December 19th and our related
project specific responses, we have taken the liberty here to share some “out-of-the-box”
thinking with respect to other land-use possibilities in and around the Harbor Village area at the
Port. These creative ideas are meant to stimulate conceptualization and conversation regarding
more robust ways to animate the Port District and enhance its popularity as a recreational and
entertainment destination for locals and the travelling public. The attached concept drawings and
imagery is not in any way intended to supplant our proposal for the exciting Adventure Lodge
that is confined to the existing lawn area on Parcel 5. Until specifically directed otherwise by the
Port District, we will continue to respect the fact that the RFP only addressed the lawn area of
Parcel 5. As such, the ideas and concepts advanced here are totally independent of the
particulars of our concept and proposed development program for the Adventure Lodge as
expressed earlier in this package.
This alternative concept encompasses an area beyond the existing lawn area adjacent to the
Harbor Village complex. It envisions the lawn being re-purposed into a lively multi-use events
plaza that could host a variety of cultural, culinary, and entertainment events. It would be
improved with a combination of hardscaping and landscaped elements but essentially retain its
level configuration for maximum events programming flexibility. Its boardwalk location
overlooking the Harbor would provide a beautiful backdrop reinforcing the attractiveness of the
venue for public and private events. This events plaza would be complemented by a catering
kitchen to effectively support “pop-up” culinary programs and storage facilities.
This expansive events plaza would extend from the boardwalk to the existing north/south drive
aisle that defines the western edge of the existing Parcel 5 lawn. This drive aisle would maintain
vehicular connectivity throughout the Harbor Village parking areas. The existing paved parking
area between this drive aisle and Spinnaker Drive would house the relocated Adventure Lodge
comprised of 40 rooms. By adding synergistic “bandwidth” to the existing Port District lodging
offering and as more fully described elsewhere, re-purposing this existing parking area to
accommodate the Adventure Lodge adds tremendous value to the Port’s efforts to promote
economic development, vitality, and diversity.
Expanding the development footprint beyond the Parcel 5 lawn area certainly allows for more
revitalizing land-use elements to be introduced to the benefit of the Port District. This more
expansive site development concept would remove 69 parking spaces from the Port’s inventory.
Their deletion would be more than offset by the 85 spaces that are gained through the
reconfiguration of Spinnaker Drive to provide angles parking on the roadway as proposed in the
January, 2017 Parking Management Plan for Ventura Harbor prepared for the Port District by
Associated Transportation Engineers. Further, we submit that introduction of a robust water taxi
service that connects the various Port neighborhoods together will serve to decrease traffic
impacts and parking demand, particularly on the west side of the Harbor.
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ENLARGED SITE PLAN CONCEPT
PRIVATE ROOMS
SHARED ROOMS
LEGEND
PROJECT STATISTICS
KEYS:
PRIVATE SHARED
1ST: 11 9
2ND: 17 3
TOTAL: 40
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ENLARGED SITE PLAN CONCEPT – EVENT LAWN INSPIRATIONAL IMAGERY
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Respectfully submitted by
H. Parker Hospitality
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Developer Developer
H. Parker Hospitality Pacific Heritage Communities
Qualifications / Financial Capacity Qualifications / Financial Capacity
Developer owns and/or operates 5 hotels in Santa Barbara
and San Diego Counties and New Mexico. 1 of the 5
operated by Hilton. One Santa Barbara hotel in predevelopment
phase. 2012 multi-million renovation of Fess
Parker Wine Country Inn. Developer has financial capacity
to develop project. See staff report for additional details.
Developer of commercial retail, office, and residential in
Ventura County and southern California over 40-year
period. $100M in residential projects under construction in
Ventura. $50M commercial/residential mixed-use project
adjacent to C.I. Harbor. Developer has financial capacity to
develop project. See staff report for additional details.
Project Pipeline Project Pipeline
Ground-up hotel in pre-development phase in Santa
Barbara. Team member (Dana Severy) hotel development
“Inn at the Pier” under construction at Pismo Beach.
$50M commercial/residential mixed-use project adjacent
to C.I. Harbor. North San Diego County – 138,000 sq. ft.
commercial shopping center, 13,000 sq. ft. office, and 535
residential units.
Similar / Related Projects Similar / Related Projects
Ground-up hotel in pre-development phase in Santa
Barbara. Team member’s (Dana Severy) 104-room hotel
development “Inn at the Pier” is currently under
construction at Pismo Beach.
Completed – Mandalay Village Marketplace Phase I-III
Commercial Shopping Center. Approved, not yet built –
$50M commercial/residential mixed-use project adjacent
to C.I. Harbor.
Architect’s Work Architect’s Work
Glazier Le Architects; DMHA Architects Gensler; Rasmussen & Associates; Aarons Architects; L.
Newman Design Group; Veneklasen Associates.
Similar Public / Private Partnerships Similar Public / Private Partnerships
Developer identified land conservation Tejon Ranch; Town
of Mammoth Lakes re: development agreement for
lodging; Canadian government re: Island Lake Resort
expansion.
Developer identified Parklands – Specific Plan City of
Ventura linear parkways, bike path, refurbishing Brown
Barranca, 12 acres of public park areas. Montalvo Park – 5.5
acre-park with City of Ventura.
Overview Overview
40-room, 2-story hybrid-hostel lodging facility (grass lawn)
with public pocket park. 28 rooms private, 12 rooms
shared. Parker would develop and operate the hybridhostel
in conjuntion with their boutique hotel for Parcel 8
as a diversified price point hotel project. 10 rooms added
as part of modified project.
2-story commercial mixed-use bldg. (grass lawn) – 1st floor
fisherman and farmers market, 4 cafes, parking; 2nd floor –
2 restaurants, 1 with jazz entertainment. Promenade
enhancements. 3rd story and offices removed as part of
modified project.
Two-story restaurant building located north of and
adjacent to the grass lawn area. Currently utilized for 54
surface parking spaces – Village Marina tenants. Two-story
restaurant building added as part of modified project.
One-story, 18-room (38 Bed) hostel located between the
two-story restaurant building and 1691 Spinnaker Drive
(Island Packers). Currently utilized for 15-18 surface parking
spaces – Village/Island Packers. Hostel added as part of
modified project related to Parcel 8 boutique hotel.
Parcel 5 – Proposal Comparison as of May 1, 2017
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Developer Developer
H. Parker Hospitality Pacific Heritage Communities
Parcel 5 – Proposal Comparison as of May 1, 2017
Site Control Site Control
Project footprint utilizes Parcel 5 (grass lawn). Project
proposes off-site parking on Parcel 8.
Project footprint utilizes grass lawn and District-owned
Village parking lot between grass lawn and 1691 Spinnaker
Dr. (Island Packers). Project proposes off-site parking which
requires approvals or agreements from the following:
Parcel 5 – Village, owned and controlled by District;
Spinnaker Dr. – owned and controlled by City of Ventura.
Hostel on Parcel 5 utilizes parking strategy for proposed
Parcel 8 boutique hotel development. Project proposes offsite
parking which requires approvals or agreements from
the following: Parcel 7 – Ventura West Marina II, controlled
by Oceans West Development; Parcel 8; Parcel 9 – NPS
Visitor Center, owned and controlled by U.S. Government;
and Spinnaker Drive – owned and conrolled by City of
Ventura.
Commercial Tenants Commercial Tenants
H. Parker Hospitality will be developer and operator. Pacific Heritage will sublease to third party tenants for fish
and farmers market, cafés and restaurants. Letters of
interest – restaurants (Stonehaus, Bogies, Vibrato Grill &
Jazz, The Federal Bar).
Parking Requirements Parking Requirements
Developer states 176 spaces are required (combined Parcel
5 & 8 projects) by City code before allowances for shared
parking. Developer states highest peak parking demand is
166 parking spaces. 153 parking spaces are provided onsite
(Parcel 5 & 8). Remaining spaces are off-site at the
following proposed locations: Harbor Cove parking lot and
Parcel 7 Ventura West Marina II. Total parking
requirements (including reductions from City code
requirements of 176 to 166 based on shared parking
models) and use of off-site parking is subject to regulatory
approval by the District, City of Ventura and Coastal
Commission. Use of Parcel 7 – Oceans West Development is
subject to approval or agreements. Also subject to existing
parking agreement in place between District, Oceans West
Development and U.S. Government.
Developer states 208 spaces are required by City code,
before allowances for shared parking. Developer states
highest peak parking demand is 195 parking spaces. 74
parking spaces are provided on-site. Remaining spaces are
off-site at the following proposed locations: Village, and on
Spinnaker Drive. Total parking requirements (including
reductions from City code requirements of 208 to 195
based on shared parking models) and use of off-site parking
is subject to regulatory approval by the District, City of
Ventura and Coastal Commission. Use of Spinnaker Drive –
City of Ventura is subject to approval or agreements.
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Developer Developer
H. Parker Hospitality Pacific Heritage Communities
Parcel 5 – Proposal Comparison as of May 1, 2017
Parking Requirements (cont.) Parking Requirements (cont.)
n/a Hostel – Developer states that 32 spaces are required by
City code before any allowances for shared parking.
Developer states highest peak parking demand is 16
parking spaces. Project removes approximately 15-18
existing spaces at the Village. 0 parking spaces are provided
on-site. Parking spaces are off-site as part of the proposed
Parcel 8 boutique hotel development strategy utilizing
Parcel 7 – Ventura West Marina II; Parcel 8; Parcel 9 – NPS
Visitor Center; and on Spinnaker Drive. Total parking
requirements (including reductions from City code
requirements of 32 to 16 based on shared parking models)
and use of off-site parking is subject to regulatory approval
by the District, City of Ventura and Coastal Commission.
Use of NPS Visitor Center – U.S. Government; Parcel 7
Oceans West Development; and Spinnaker Drive – City of
Ventura is subject to approval or agreements. Also subject
to existing parking agreement in place between District,
Oceans West Development and U.S. Government.
Market Data Market Data
CBRE Hotels – Letter report to developer – Project is
appropriately sized, positioned and designed for
development site. Projections reasonable.
The Siracusa Company – Market opportunity report to
Developer – Proposed restaurants, markets, and
entertainment venues will add more variety, new
experiences and expnaded night time activities.
Division of Responsibilities Division of Responsibilities
H. Parker Hospitality and project team will be responsible
for execution of all facets of the business plan for the
hybrid-hostel.
Pacific Heritage Communities team will be responsible for
complete development process.
Conditions, Contingencies Conditions, Contingencies
A hybrid-hostel is consistent with HC zoning which permits
hotels, but requires a LCP amendment to allow a hotel in
the South Peninsula. Project subject to, but provides lowcost
visitor accommodation requirements. Proposed
location (grass lawn) appears consistent with view corridor
requirements.
Restaurants are consistent with HZ Zoning, but only 2 full
service restaurants are permitted in the South Peninsula,
requiring a LCP amendment. Proposed location of 2-story
restaurant building may require LCP amendment regarding
view corridor requirements for Parcel 5.
Optional hostel is consistent with HC zoning which permits
hotels, but requires a LCP amendment to allow a hotel in
the South Peninsula. Project subject to, but provides lowcost
visitor accommodation requirements. Proposed
location (between grass lawn and 1691 Spinnaker Drive)
may require a LCP Amendment regarding Parcel 5 view
corrior requirements.
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Developer Developer
H. Parker Hospitality Pacific Heritage Communities
Parcel 5 – Proposal Comparison as of May 1, 2017
District & Community Benefits District & Community Benefits
Ground lease revenues, activation of underutilized District
real estate asset; broaden diversity of lodging options –
affordable (hybrid hostel) and boutique; draw new visitor
demographics; complimentary to other retail, food and
beverage; short and long-term employment; public pocket
park; property, sales and T.O.T. taxes.
Ground lease revenues; activation of underutilized District
real estate asset; increased visitation and spending;
property, sales taxes; short and long-term employment;
visitor serving amenities.
Optional hostel – affordable lodging; complimentary to
other retail, food and beverage; property, sales and T.O.T.
taxes.
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Developer Developer
H. Parker Hospitality Pacific Heritage Communities
Qualifications / Financial Capacity Qualifications / Financial Capacity
Developer owns and/or operates 5 hotels in Santa Barbara and
San Diego Counties and New Mexico. 1 of the 5 operated by
Hilton. One Santa Barbara hotel in pre-development phase.
2012 multi-million renovation of Fess Parker Wine Country Inn.
Developer has financial capacity to develop project. See staff
report for additional details.
Developer of commercial retail, office, and residential in
Ventura County and southern California over 40-year period.
$100M in residential projects under construction in Ventura.
$50M commercial/residential mixed-use project adjacent to C.I.
Harbor. Developer has financial capacity to develop project. See
staff report for additional details.
Project Pipeline Project Pipeline
Ground-up hotel in pre-development phase in Santa Barbara.
Team member (Dana Severy) hotel development “Inn at the
Pier” under construction at Pismo Beach.
$50M commercial/residential mixed-use project adjacent to C.I.
Harbor. North San Diego County – 138,000 sq. ft. commercial
shopping center, 13,000 sq. ft. office, and 535 residential units.
Similar / Related Projects Similar / Related Projects
Ground-up hotel in pre-development phase in Santa Barbara.
Team member’s (Dana Severy) 104-room hotel development
“Inn at the Pier” is currently under construction at Pismo Beach.
Completed – Mandalay Village Marketplace Phase I-III
Commercial Shopping Center. Approved, not yet built – $50M
commercial/residential mixed-use project adjacent to C.I.
Harbor.
Architect’s Work Architect’s Work
Glazier Le Architects; DMHA Architects Gensler; Rasmussen & Associates; Aarons Architects; L.
Newman Design Group; Veneklasen Associates.
Similar Public / Private Partnerships Similar Public / Private Partnerships
Developer identified land conservation Tejon Ranch; Town of
Mammoth Lakes re: development agreement for lodging;
Canadian government re: Island Lake Resort expansion.
Developer identified Parklands – Specific Plan City of Ventura
linear parkways, bike path, refurbishing Brown Barranca, 12
acres of public park areas. Montalvo Park – 5.5 acre-park with
City of Ventura.
Overview Overview
69-room, upscale “boutique” family-oriented hotel with beach
side restaurant, recreational programming with events pavilion
and lawn area. Water taxi and dock. Rooftop pool, seating, bar
& grill. 5 rooms added as part of modified project.
125-room upscale “boutique” hotel with outdoor event spaces,
ballroom and conference meeting rooms, rooftop pool, spa,
bar, fire pits and restaurant. 1 hotel room added, office space
and outdoor amphitheater eliminated as part of modified
project.
Site Control Site Control
Project footprint utilizes Parcel 8. Project proposes off-site
parking which requires approvals or agreements from the
following: Harbor Cove parking lot – District; Parcel 7 – Ventura
West Marina II, controlled by Oceans West Development.
Project footprint utilizes Parcel 8, plus optional hostel on Parcel
5 (between grass lawn and 1691 Spinnaker Drive). Project
proposes off-site parking which requires approvals or
agreements from the following: Parcel 7 – Ventura West Marina
II, controlled by Oceans West Development; Parcel 9 – NPS
Visitor Center, owned and controlled by U.S. Government,
Spinnaker Drive – owned and controlled by City of Ventura.
Commercial Tenants Commercial Tenants
H. Parker Hospitality will be developer and operator. Pacific Heritage will be developer and sublease to hotel
operator. A letter of interest was provided by Westlake Village
Inn.
Parcel 8 – Proposal Comparison as of May 1, 2017
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Developer Developer
H. Parker Hospitality Pacific Heritage Communities
Parcel 8 – Proposal Comparison as of May 1, 2017
Parking Requirements Parking Requirements
Developer states 176 spaces are required (combined Parcel 5 &
8 projects) by City code before allowances for shared parking.
Developer states highest peak parking demand is 166 parking
spaces. 153 parking spaces are provided on-site (Parcel 5 & 8)
Remaining spaces are off-site at the following proposed
locations: Harbor Cove parking lot and Parcel 7 Ventura West
Marina II. Total parking requirements (including reductions from
City code requirements of 176 to 166 based on shared parking
models) and use of off-site parking is subject to regulatory
approval by the District, City of Ventura and Coastal
Commission. Use of Parcel 7 – Oceans West Development is
subject to aproval or agreements. Also subject to existing
parking agreement in place between District, Oceans West
Development and U.S. Government.
Developer states 349 spaces are required by City code, before
allowances for shared parking. Developer states highest peak
parking demand is 224 parking spaces. 171 parking spaces are
provided on-site. Remaining spaces are off-site at the following
proposed locations: Parcel 9 NPS Visitor Center, Parcel 7
Ventura West Marina II and on Spinnaker Drive. Total parking
requirements (including reductions from City code
requirements of 349 to 224 based on shared parking models)
and use of off-site parking is subject to regulatory approval by
the District, City of Ventura and Coastal Commission. Use of NPS
Visitor Center – U.S. Government; Parcel 7 Oceans West
Development; and Spinnaker Drive – City of Ventura is subject to
approval or agreements. Also subject to existing parking
agreement in place between District, Oceans West
Development and U.S. Government.
Market Data Market Data
CBRE Hotels – Letter report to developer – Project is
appropriately sized, positioned and designed for development
site. Projections reasonable.
The Siracusa Company – Market opportunity report to
Developer – Upscale boutique hotel is without parallel within
Ventura County with respect to offering both and ocean and a
marina experience in a relaxed, resort-like atmosphere.
Division of Responsibilities Division of Responsibilities
H. Parker Hospitality and project team will be responsible for
execution of all facets of the business plan for the hotel.
Pacific Heritage Communities team will be responsible for
complete development process.
Conditions, Contingencies Conditions, Contingencies
A hotel is consistent with HC zoning which permits hotels, but
requires a LCP amendment to allow a hotel in the South
Peninsula. Project subject to low-cost visitor acommodations
requirements. Project seeks 40-room hybrid hostel on Parcel 5
as part of a diversified price point strategy to meet this
requirement. Parcel 8 project will need future additional
analysis regarding view corridor and other Coastal Commission
policies.
A hotel is consistent with HC zoning which permits hotels, but
requires a LCP amendment to allow a hotel in the South
Peninsula. Project subject to low-cost visitor acommodations
requirements. Revised project includes optional 18-room hostel
on Parcel 5, but proposed hostel location may require LCP
amendment regarding view corridor requirements for Parcel 5.
Parcel 8 project will need future additional analysis regarding
view corridor and other Coastal Commission policies.
District & Community Benefits District & Community Benefits
Ground lease revenues, activation of underutilized District real
estate asset; broaden diversity of lodging options – affordable
(hybrid hostel) and boutique; draw new visitor demographics;
complimentary to other retail, food and beverage; short and
long-term employment; property, sales and T.O.T. taxes.
Ground lease revenues; activation of underutilized District real
estate asset; increased visitation and spending; complimentary
to other retail, food and beverage; short and long-term
employment; visitor serving amenities. Optional hostel –
affordable lodging; property, sales and T.O.T. taxes.
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