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1 YDC AD HOC Utilization Committee Summary and Recommendations April 19, 2011 YDC Ad Hoc Steering Committee

2 Background and History 1886 YDC site approved for use by Cuyahoga county 1902 City Farm School (Cleveland Boys Home) established 1958 Control assumed by Cuyahoga County 1961 Property Renovations completed 1968 Renamed Youth Development Center 2009 City of Hudson purchased YDC facility 2010 YDC Ad Hoc Committee formed

3 Phase 1 Goals Identify and report recommended concurrent uses for the property and investments south of Hines Hill Road Identify and report recommended concurrent uses for the property and investments south of Hines Hill Road Phase I Report should include: Phase I Report should include: Identification of potential users Identification of potential users Description of benefits of each use Description of benefits of each use Assessment and assignment of likely costs for each use including refurbishment and new construction Assessment and assignment of likely costs for each use including refurbishment and new construction Assessment and assignment of likely costs for maintenance and utilization Assessment and assignment of likely costs for maintenance and utilization Assessment of suitability of existing structures for proposed uses Assessment of suitability of existing structures for proposed uses Identification of existing facilities which require removal Identification of existing facilities which require removal Strategy and identification of non-tax sources of funding Strategy and identification of non-tax sources of funding Target dates for Phase 1 Target dates for Phase 1 Interim report – September 1, 2010 Interim report – September 1, 2010 Final report - January 6, 2011 Final report - January 6, 2011

4 Phase 2 Goals Develop detailed plan for implementation and funding Develop detailed plan for implementation and funding Plan should include parties necessary for and responsible for implementation Plan should include parties necessary for and responsible for implementation Details and target date dependent on and determined after Council ’ s selection of uses for the property Details and target date dependent on and determined after Council ’ s selection of uses for the property

5 Vision YDC will be rejuvenated as a unique community/regional resource focused on promoting sustainability through collaboration and innovation in environmental stewardship, art, entrepreneurship, recreation, athletics, community education and cultural enrichment for participants of all ages. YDC will be rejuvenated as a unique community/regional resource focused on promoting sustainability through collaboration and innovation in environmental stewardship, art, entrepreneurship, recreation, athletics, community education and cultural enrichment for participants of all ages.

6 Mission The transformation of the YDC into a public asset that benefits both the local community and the surrounding region by bringing together community based organizations to collaborate and develop synergistic benefits from a mix of uses: entrepreneurship, innovation, recreation, athletics, arts, education and environmental stewardship

7 Chronology of Events February 1, 2010 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting February 1, 2010 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting February 16, 2010 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting February 16, 2010 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting March 16, 2010 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting March 16, 2010 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting Approved WRRSP recommendation Approved WRRSP recommendation April 20, 2010 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting April 20, 2010 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting May 4, 2010 Request for Interest announced May 4, 2010 Request for Interest announced May 15, 2010 Public Open House May 15, 2010 Public Open House June 4, 2010 Requests for Interest deadline June 4, 2010 Requests for Interest deadline June 15, 2010 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting June 15, 2010 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting July 20, 2010 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting July 20, 2010 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting August 28, 2010 Work Session August 28, 2010 Work Session September 28, 2010 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting September 28, 2010 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting October 12, 2010 Council update by David Basil October 12, 2010 Council update by David Basil November 2, 2010 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting November 2, 2010 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting November 30, 2010 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting November 30, 2010 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting

8 February 15, 2011 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting February 15, 2011 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting Preliminary Facility Assessment Report Preliminary Facility Assessment Report March 23, 2011 Final Facility Assessment Report March 23, 2011 Final Facility Assessment Report April 19, 2011 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting April 19, 2011 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting Future Meetings Future Meetings May 5, 2011 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting May 5, 2011 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting May10, 2011 Council Workshop May10, 2011 Council Workshop May 17, 2011 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting (tentative) May 17, 2011 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting (tentative) June 14, 2011 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting June 14, 2011 Ad Hoc Committee Meeting (tentative) (tentative) Chronology of Events continued

9 Project Team Grant Aungst Hudson Schools Grant Aungst Hudson Schools Anthony J. Bales Hudson City Manager Anthony J. Bales Hudson City Manager Holly Harris Bane University of Akron Holly Harris Bane University of Akron David Basil Liaison-President, Hudson City Council David Basil Liaison-President, Hudson City Council Frank Comeriato Asst Pub Works Director, City of Hudson Frank Comeriato Asst Pub Works Director, City of Hudson Jim Cowan Hudson Citizen Jim Cowan Hudson Citizen William A. Currin Ex Officio – Mayor, City of Hudson William A. Currin Ex Officio – Mayor, City of Hudson John Debo Committee Chair, Hudson Citizen John Debo Committee Chair, Hudson Citizen Eddie Dengg Western Reserve Land Conservancy Eddie Dengg Western Reserve Land Conservancy Laura Gasbarro Hudson Community First Laura Gasbarro Hudson Community First Connie Krause Summit County Connie Krause Summit County Phil Mikita Committee Vice-chair, Hudson Citizen Phil Mikita Committee Vice-chair, Hudson Citizen Tom Munn Arborist – City of Hudson Tom Munn Arborist – City of Hudson Russ Pry Summit County Executive Russ Pry Summit County Executive Cheryl Rauch Hudson Community First Cheryl Rauch Hudson Community First Den Rich Hudson Community Foundation Den Rich Hudson Community Foundation Jack Rigby Hudson Park Board Jack Rigby Hudson Park Board Keith Shy MetroParks Serving Summit County Keith Shy MetroParks Serving Summit County Pat Simons Hudson Citizen Pat Simons Hudson Citizen Kevin Skerl Cuyahoga Valley National Park Kevin Skerl Cuyahoga Valley National Park Rob Swedenborg HudsonPark Board Rob Swedenborg HudsonPark Board David Whited Metro Parks Serving Summit County David Whited Metro Parks Serving Summit County Gref Wilson Kent State University Gref Wilson Kent State University

10 Request for Interest Requested Information Requested Information User User A description and identification of the entity, organization, group and/or individuals involved, along with the background and experience of these entities, organizations, groups and/or individuals. The ideal user will have a proven track record of community consensus building and willingness to tailor the project to meet the needs of the City and community. A description and identification of the entity, organization, group and/or individuals involved, along with the background and experience of these entities, organizations, groups and/or individuals. The ideal user will have a proven track record of community consensus building and willingness to tailor the project to meet the needs of the City and community. A description of the financial capacity to undertake the project, including proposed sources of funding. A description of the financial capacity to undertake the project, including proposed sources of funding. Contact information, including address, telephone number and address. Contact information, including address, telephone number and address. Timetable Timetable A proposed timetable shall be submitted for project implementation. The timetable shall include an explanation of any major time contingencies. A proposed timetable shall be submitted for project implementation. The timetable shall include an explanation of any major time contingencies. Proposed Use Proposed Use A description of the proposed use of the buildings, facilities or grounds. A description of the proposed use of the buildings, facilities or grounds. Identification of the building(s), facilities and grounds suitable for the proposed use. Identification of the building(s), facilities and grounds suitable for the proposed use. A description of the public benefits of the proposed use. A description of the public benefits of the proposed use. Identification of proposed improvements necessary for proposed use. Identification of proposed improvements necessary for proposed use. Identification of proposed scope of use (sole use, use one (1) day per week, etc.). Identification of proposed scope of use (sole use, use one (1) day per week, etc.). Identification of the proposed term of use (finite period, or on-going). Identification of the proposed term of use (finite period, or on-going).

11 Respondents 1. Janet Barlow Earth Skills Center 2. Corsair Model Aircraft Club 3. Everest Soccer Club 4. Hudson Community Education and Recreation 5. Hudson Community Foundation 6. Hudson Community Service Association 7. Hudson Jaycees 8. Hudson Players 9. Seton Catholic School 10. Skywave Writers 11. St. Herman of Alaska Eastern Orthodox Church 12. Technology Entrepreneurial Center of Hudson 13. University of Akron: Learning, Research & Innovation Campus 14. University of Akron: Training Center for Fire & Hazardous Materials 15. Woman ’ s Club of Hudson

12 YDC Work Session 8/28/11 Facilitated by Patty Stevens, Chief of Planning - Cuyahoga Metro Parks, Landscape Architect Facilitated by Patty Stevens, Chief of Planning - Cuyahoga Metro Parks, Landscape Architect All proposals reviewed and discussed All proposals reviewed and discussed Site and facility matrix developed Site and facility matrix developed Compatibility criteria discussed Compatibility criteria discussed Alternatives reviewed Alternatives reviewed Mission and Vision statements drafted Mission and Vision statements drafted Significant proposals identified Significant proposals identified

13 DLZ Assessment Approved by Council 1/5/11 Approved by Council 1/5/11 Preliminary report completed 2/15/11 Preliminary report completed 2/15/11 Final report completed 3/23/11 Final report completed 3/23/11 Assessed condition of major YDC buildings Assessed condition of major YDC buildings Findings: Findings: Cottages, Administrative Buildings and Eastman School found to be in good condition based on age and ongoing maintenance Cottages, Administrative Buildings and Eastman School found to be in good condition based on age and ongoing maintenance Cafeteria and Maintenance shops in fair to poor condition Cafeteria and Maintenance shops in fair to poor condition

14 Insert Section 3 – Summary Cost Report from DLZ report?

15 Significant Proposals Hudson Community Education and Recreation (HCER) Hudson Community Education and Recreation (HCER) TecHudson TecHudson University of Akron University of Akron Everest Soccer Everest Soccer

16 Hudson Community Education and Recreation ( Updated April, 2011 ) Facilities Requested Eastman School, Van Buren Cottage, shared use of Cafeteria, Boathouse and Barn, shared use of other cottages. Eastman School, Van Buren Cottage, shared use of Cafeteria, Boathouse and Barn, shared use of other cottages. Proposed Use Usage of limited facilities and 135 acres of grounds for educational collaboration and outreach center to the community and region Usage of limited facilities and 135 acres of grounds for educational collaboration and outreach center to the community and region Programming and management of space by HCER Programming and management of space by HCER See original RFI for potential users and programs See original RFI for potential users and programs Synergistic Relationships U of Akron, TecHudson, Everest, Hudson Community Service, Jaycees, Hudson Players, Seton School and others U of Akron, TecHudson, Everest, Hudson Community Service, Jaycees, Hudson Players, Seton School and others Potential Roadblocks ADA compliance, Board of Education approval, funding, cash flow and others ADA compliance, Board of Education approval, funding, cash flow and othersTimetable As soon as possible pending approval, safety procedures and establishment of various other processes and procedures. As soon as possible pending approval, safety procedures and establishment of various other processes and procedures.

17 Technology Entrepreneurial Center of Hudson (TECHudson) Updated April, 2011 Facilties Requested Washington, Cooley and Taft cottage Washington, Cooley and Taft cottage Proposed Use Proposed Use Brings together Innovation, Education and Technology Brings together Innovation, Education and Technology Focus on technology products and service businesses Focus on technology products and service businesses “ demonstrate energy efficient and environmentally friendly designs and solutions ” for heating, cooling, water handling, etc. “ demonstrate energy efficient and environmentally friendly designs and solutions ” for heating, cooling, water handling, etc. Entrepreneurship camps and programs Entrepreneurship camps and programs Designed to “ accelerate emerging businesses by providing an array of services including facilities, equipment, resource networks, coaching, advisor/board development, entrepreneurial counseling, and networking opportunities ” Designed to “ accelerate emerging businesses by providing an array of services including facilities, equipment, resource networks, coaching, advisor/board development, entrepreneurial counseling, and networking opportunities ” Synergistic Relationships HCER, University of Akron, government, colleges and universities, corporations, economic development groups HCER, University of Akron, government, colleges and universities, corporations, economic development groups Potential Roadblocks Funding, ADA compliance Funding, ADA complianceTimetable Estimated 12 to 24 months Estimated 12 to 24 months

18 University of Akron: Learning, Research & Innovation Campus (Updated April, 2011) Facilities Requested Dickerson, Truman, Jackson, Lincoln, Kennedy, Adams cottages Dickerson, Truman, Jackson, Lincoln, Kennedy, Adams cottages Proposed Use Classroom Education – Development of a Learning Laboratory Classroom Education – Development of a Learning Laboratory Research experiences for students and teachers Research experiences for students and teachers Education & Community Engagement – Development of a Living Laboratory Education & Community Engagement – Development of a Living Laboratory Field trips, lectures, nature walks, wildlife art, photography, etc. Field trips, lectures, nature walks, wildlife art, photography, etc. Research – Development of a Discovery Laboratory Research – Development of a Discovery Laboratory Interaction between researchers and startup companies, including polymers, biology, chemistry, civil engineering, geology and geography Interaction between researchers and startup companies, including polymers, biology, chemistry, civil engineering, geology and geography Entrepreneurship and Economic Development –Innovation Incubator Entrepreneurship and Economic Development –Innovation Incubator Startup companies working with UA to develop products and or processes for treatment of waste and contaminated water Startup companies working with UA to develop products and or processes for treatment of waste and contaminated water Synergistic Relationships HCER, Everest Soccer, TecHudson, national, regional and local parks HCER, Everest Soccer, TecHudson, national, regional and local parks Potential Roadblocks Federal and state funding Federal and state fundingTimetable Possible summer camp use in 2011, pending approval and funding Possible summer camp use in 2011, pending approval and funding

19 Everest Soccer Club Updated April, 2011 Facilities requested Indoor and Outdoor soccer facilities Indoor and Outdoor soccer facilities Proposed Use Long-term lease or purchase of 36 acres for development of sports complex Long-term lease or purchase of 36 acres for development of sports complex 150,000 square foot indoor facility (full-size soccer field and basketball courts) 150,000 square foot indoor facility (full-size soccer field and basketball courts) 8 outdoor athletic fields (17 acres) 8 outdoor athletic fields (17 acres) Synergistic Relationships HCER, U of Akron, Seton School, Corsair model airplane club, other athletic and recreational users HCER, U of Akron, Seton School, Corsair model airplane club, other athletic and recreational users Potential Roadblocks Unidentified environmental and infrastructure issues, possible funding issues, opposition from other soccer organizations Unidentified environmental and infrastructure issues, possible funding issues, opposition from other soccer organizationsTimetable Implementation would begin immediately upon approval with an anticipated full project completion within 24 months Implementation would begin immediately upon approval with an anticipated full project completion within 24 months Outdoor facilities would be completed first while the indoor complex is built Outdoor facilities would be completed first while the indoor complex is built

20 Everest Soccer Proposal Issues and Concerns A number of organizations and individuals have contacted members of City Council an the YDC Ad Hoc Steering Committee to voice concerns about the Everest Proposal Summary and Sources of Concerns Mary Randazzo, President, Hudson Soccer Association Mary Randazzo, President, Hudson Soccer Association Gary Nawrocki, Owner NC Soccer Club. Gary Nawrocki, Owner NC Soccer Club. John P. Shipley, concerned citizen John P. Shipley, concerned citizen Cary Reed, President.Suburban Soccer Academy Cary Reed, President.Suburban Soccer Academy Tim Patterson, former Hudson High Soccer Coach Tim Patterson, former Hudson High Soccer Coach Nicholas Tullett, Vice President Hudson Soccer Club/Hudson United Soccer Club Nicholas Tullett, Vice President Hudson Soccer Club/Hudson United Soccer Club Response to Concerns Letter of response to Hudson Soccer Association sent by Tony Bales, Hudson City Manager Letter of response to Hudson Soccer Association sent by Tony Bales, Hudson City Manager Receipt of all other s and letters has been acknowledged Receipt of all other s and letters has been acknowledged Issues reviewed by the YDC Ad Hoc Steering Committee and forwarded to Everest Soccer for comment. Issues reviewed by the YDC Ad Hoc Steering Committee and forwarded to Everest Soccer for comment. Everest provided detailed responses and met with Steering Committee to discuss Everest provided detailed responses and met with Steering Committee to discuss

21 Everest Soccer Proposal Issues and Concerns Everest is not a 501c3 organization. The Everest Soccer Club Boosters, Inc. (Ohio Business Entity ) is a non-profit front for Everest. Everest is not a 501c3 organization. The Everest Soccer Club Boosters, Inc. (Ohio Business Entity ) is a non-profit front for Everest. Everest Response: Everest Soccer Club Boosters is an independent, 501c3 nonprofit organization with authority to develop, own, and operate property. Everest Soccer Club generates income and pays its coaches through player fees. Everest Soccer Club will pay Everest Soccer Club Boosters to use the facility and participate in tournaments at the same rates as any other users. Everest Response: Everest Soccer Club Boosters is an independent, 501c3 nonprofit organization with authority to develop, own, and operate property. Everest Soccer Club generates income and pays its coaches through player fees. Everest Soccer Club will pay Everest Soccer Club Boosters to use the facility and participate in tournaments at the same rates as any other users. Copies of all Everest Soccer Club Boosters organizational documents have been provided to the YDC Ad Hoc Steering Committee and the City of Hudson. Copies of all Everest Soccer Club Boosters organizational documents have been provided to the YDC Ad Hoc Steering Committee and the City of Hudson. Everest is not a Hudson Organization. Everest is not a Hudson Organization. Everest Response: Everest is a Hudson-based regional club that draws players from Summit, Portage, Medina, Stark, Cuyahoga, Wayne and Tuscarawas counties. Currently 60 of Everest ’ s 300 players reside in Hudson. Everest (formerly Emerald) has trained and operated from Hudson and paid taxes to RITA for more than 20 years. Everest Response: Everest is a Hudson-based regional club that draws players from Summit, Portage, Medina, Stark, Cuyahoga, Wayne and Tuscarawas counties. Currently 60 of Everest ’ s 300 players reside in Hudson. Everest (formerly Emerald) has trained and operated from Hudson and paid taxes to RITA for more than 20 years. The Hudson taxpayers will subsidize a private venture The Hudson taxpayers will subsidize a private venture Everest Response: Not true. Everest will enter into a lease agreement with the city in the same manner as other users of the YDC property. Tax payer dollars will not be used in the construction and operation of the facility Everest Response: Not true. Everest will enter into a lease agreement with the city in the same manner as other users of the YDC property. Tax payer dollars will not be used in the construction and operation of the facility

22 Everest Soccer Proposal Issues and Concerns Everest only offers premier league soccer teams. Only 10% of Hudson soccer players play premier. Everest only offers premier league soccer teams. Only 10% of Hudson soccer players play premier. Everest Response: Everest is a premier level club. However, Everest coaches have experience in both travel and recreational soccer programs. Everest is working with four regional clubs to establish a consortium. This partnership will increase the number of participants from300 to nearly 2,000 players at the recreational, travel and premier levels. None of the communities involved in the consortium currently play in Hudson or buy time from NC Soccer. Everest Response: Everest is a premier level club. However, Everest coaches have experience in both travel and recreational soccer programs. Everest is working with four regional clubs to establish a consortium. This partnership will increase the number of participants from300 to nearly 2,000 players at the recreational, travel and premier levels. None of the communities involved in the consortium currently play in Hudson or buy time from NC Soccer. The Everest proposal will hurt an existing Hudson business. N.C. Soccer Club, Inc. (NC Soccer) started in Hudson in It is likely that Hudson assisting another company in building an indoor facility will put NC Soccer out of business. The Everest proposal will hurt an existing Hudson business. N.C. Soccer Club, Inc. (NC Soccer) started in Hudson in It is likely that Hudson assisting another company in building an indoor facility will put NC Soccer out of business. Everest Response: NC ’ s success is important to the Everest organization. Several meetings have been conducted to stress this fact. The existence of both facilities creates an opportunity for Hudson to become a regional soccer hub. Partnerships with NC would allow Hudson to attract large-scale indoor and outdoor tournaments attracting 200+ teams. Everest Response: NC ’ s success is important to the Everest organization. Several meetings have been conducted to stress this fact. The existence of both facilities creates an opportunity for Hudson to become a regional soccer hub. Partnerships with NC would allow Hudson to attract large-scale indoor and outdoor tournaments attracting 200+ teams.

23 Everest Soccer Proposal Issues and Concerns Everest is solely focused on soccer and would not respond to Hudson ’ s other athletic needs. Less than 5% of Hudson residents play soccer. Everest is solely focused on soccer and would not respond to Hudson ’ s other athletic needs. Less than 5% of Hudson residents play soccer. Everest Response: Everest intends to partner with other athletic organizations so that its facility can be used to its fullest potential.. Several meetings have already been held with HCER to discuss facility use and programming. Everest also plans to work with other groups who have submitted proposals such as Seton School and the Corsair model airplane club. Everest Response: Everest intends to partner with other athletic organizations so that its facility can be used to its fullest potential.. Several meetings have already been held with HCER to discuss facility use and programming. Everest also plans to work with other groups who have submitted proposals such as Seton School and the Corsair model airplane club. We do not need another indoor soccer facility in Hudson. There is already one in Hudson and several in surrounding communities. A new facility will bring very little new money to the area We do not need another indoor soccer facility in Hudson. There is already one in Hudson and several in surrounding communities. A new facility will bring very little new money to the area Everest Response: T he existence of two facilities would create an opportunity to become a regional hub for youth soccer. Local soccer organizations buy most of the NC soccer hours, so there are no hours available for any other soccer club. The new facility will bring new money to the area. Everest Response: T he existence of two facilities would create an opportunity to become a regional hub for youth soccer. Local soccer organizations buy most of the NC soccer hours, so there are no hours available for any other soccer club. The new facility will bring new money to the area. Numerous problems with the financial aspects of the Everest proposal including revenue, expense and capital start-up costs. Numerous problems with the financial aspects of the Everest proposal including revenue, expense and capital start-up costs. Everest Response: Everest has responded to each of these concerns. Detailed financial projections will be required as a condition of any lease agreement with the City of Hudson. Everest Response: Everest has responded to each of these concerns. Detailed financial projections will be required as a condition of any lease agreement with the City of Hudson. Ice hockey is dying Ice hockey is dying Everest Response: The hockey rink is no longer a part of this proposal. Everest Response: The hockey rink is no longer a part of this proposal.

24 Recommendations Phase 1 The Steering Committee recommends the four proposals identified below receive a favorable vote of the YDC Committee, and that….. The Steering Committee recommends the four proposals identified below receive a favorable vote of the YDC Committee, and that….. The YDC Committee formally recommend to the City that it pursue implementation of each proposal. The YDC Committee formally recommend to the City that it pursue implementation of each proposal. Findings: Findings: Each of the four proposals, if implemented, would be an asset for the City, its residents, and the region. Each of the four proposals, if implemented, would be an asset for the City, its residents, and the region. The proposals, if implemented, would be compatible uses of the YDC property. The proposals, if implemented, would be compatible uses of the YDC property. There are very likely positive synergies and beneficial economies of scale that would result from collaboration among the four parties. There are very likely positive synergies and beneficial economies of scale that would result from collaboration among the four parties. Most of the major existing YDC buildings would be put to productive contemporary uses. Most of the major existing YDC buildings would be put to productive contemporary uses. A long term lease (at least twenty years) would be the appropriate vehicle for assignment of property interests to the respective proposers. A long term lease (at least twenty years) would be the appropriate vehicle for assignment of property interests to the respective proposers.

25 Stipulations With regard to each of the four recommended proposals for use of the YDC property, three very important stipulations apply: Each proposer must provide a detailed financial plan which demonstrates the economic viability of its proposal. This plan must address confirmed availability of funding for any needed up-front capital improvement costs, and demonstrate the feasibility of revenue/expense projections. Each proposer must provide a detailed financial plan which demonstrates the economic viability of its proposal. This plan must address confirmed availability of funding for any needed up-front capital improvement costs, and demonstrate the feasibility of revenue/expense projections. Each proposer must be willing to enter into a binding contractual agreement which obligates the proposer to bear the costs of the operations of its own programs and the facility development and maintenance costs attributable to its use. Each proposer must be willing to enter into a binding contractual agreement which obligates the proposer to bear the costs of the operations of its own programs and the facility development and maintenance costs attributable to its use. Each proposer must contractually agree to reimburse the City for any costs the City might incur as a result of the early termination of its lease of City property, whether by surrender or default. Each proposer must contractually agree to reimburse the City for any costs the City might incur as a result of the early termination of its lease of City property, whether by surrender or default.

26 Recommendations Phase 1 HCER Eastman School Eastman School Van Buren Cottage Van Buren Cottage Barn (possible shared use with U of Akron, Everest) Barn (possible shared use with U of Akron, Everest) Boathouse (shared use with Akron) Boathouse (shared use with Akron) Tech Hudson Cooley Cooley Washington and Washington Annex Washington and Washington Annex Taft Cottage Taft Cottage University of Akron Dickerson Cottage Dickerson Cottage Truman Cottage Truman Cottage Jackson Cottage Jackson Cottage Lincoln Cottage Lincoln Cottage Kennedy Cottage Kennedy Cottage Adams Cottage Adams Cottage Greenhouse Greenhouse Boathouse (shared use with HCER) Boathouse (shared use with HCER) Everest Soccer Outdoor soccer fields Outdoor soccer fields Indoor soccer facility Indoor soccer facility

27 Recommendations Phase 1 The following buildings are recommended for Demolition: The following buildings are recommended for Demolition: Cafeteria Cafeteria Workshops Workshops Water tower (pending inspection ) Water tower (pending inspection )

28 Insert Map of entire YDC property including WRRSP/metro parks property

29 identifying proposed YDC layout showing location of four proposed users

30 Recommendations Phase 2 The following proposals should be held for potential Future Consideration: Janet Barlow Earth Skills Center Janet Barlow Earth Skills Center Corsair Model Aircraft Club Corsair Model Aircraft Club Hudson Community Foundation Hudson Community Foundation Hudson Community Service Organization Hudson Community Service Organization Hudson Jaycees Hudson Jaycees Hudson Players Hudson Players Seton Catholic School Seton Catholic School Skywave Writers Skywave Writers Herman Eastern Orthodox Church Herman Eastern Orthodox Church Woman ’ s Club of Hudson Woman ’ s Club of Hudson

31 Recommendations Phase 2 An Oversight Committee should be formed An Oversight Committee should be formed The Oversight Committee would consist of city representatives and the four organizations designated above The Oversight Committee would consist of city representatives and the four organizations designated above The purpose of the committee would be to discuss issues of mutual concern such as joint funding and shared facilities such as a welcome station and cafeteria The purpose of the committee would be to discuss issues of mutual concern such as joint funding and shared facilities such as a welcome station and cafeteria A long term facility Master Plan should be developed A long term facility Master Plan should be developed The YDC facility should be renamed “ City of Hudson - Springhill Campus ” The YDC facility should be renamed “ City of Hudson - Springhill Campus ”

32 Recommendations Phase 2 Potential City Investment in Infrastructure Potential City Investment in Infrastructure Simplified Cost Equation Simplified Cost Equation Looking Ahead Looking Ahead

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