On Jan. 7, 2023, the Concord City Council held a special meeting to consider the proposed Term Sheet for the Base Reuse Project at the Former Concord Naval Weapons Station.
Following nearly 10 hours of presentations and public testimony, Council continued consideration of the Term Sheet to Saturday, Jan. 28, 2023 at 9 a.m.
Below are the PowerPoint presentations from the January 7 meeting including a link to watch the presentation video.
1. January 7, 2023 Term Sheet Presentation
2. January 7, 2023 CNWS Vision Presentation
3. January 7, 2023 Special City Council Meeting Video – The video will be available on Concord’s YouTube channel.
If you have any questions, please email Reuse.Project@cityofconcord.org or call 925-671-3001.
C’MON MAN ! ! . . . . Look at that picture !
Here’s a chance to put Concord on the map and make it world famous, more than Charlie Brown’s Christmas tree.
Be the city that sells BUNKERS . . . . . . .
Prepper’ paradise . . . . .
Sure would keep the A/C bill down.
Unfortunately, they’d need months of hazmat removal, and even then probably zero chance of meeting building code.
There’s actually an interesting & ongoing dispute between Concord and the Navy over how easily these bunkers can be removed. Not sure where it stands now but a few years back the Navy wasn’t convinced they could be removed. Its claim was massive concrete and rebar designed to hold bombs weighing hundreds of pounds too difficult to break down. Curious if that’s accurate or if there is any other reason or if the Navy just hopes the burden will fall on the developer.
Those bunkers are also leaking arsenic per former civilian employees. One would think that would be a BIG RED FLAG about building out there.
@ Well Folks – Yes, I believe you are correct. Definitely the Navy says the dirt all around the bunkers is contaminated with arsenic, supposedly not too deep. They say some is natural and some is from activity at the base. There have been ongoing discussions on how the dirt would be cleaned but I don’t think that has started yet.
Simple earth science…with each rain over the past 50+ years the more the ground absorbs the arsenic. Contrary to what the Navy states, that crap has absorbed pretty deep into the ground.
It is interesting that the Navy cleared soil from some of the land but nothing near the bunkers. That says a lot
@Hope thank you for your comments at the meeting – you crushed it! You were the ONLY person to mention that’s it’s a EPA Superfund site. Thank you for having the community’s best interest in mind. 🙏🏼
Need a ROFL emoji for this. But I totally get it
Am thinking all that would be needed to put bunker sales decision over the top, would be for each one to have a bronze plaque with names of current city council members.
For reference see NON golden arches at Todos Santos . . . . . .
Wonder if they’ve taken a geiger counter out there
That’s OK Seeno will find a way to “fic the problem” To hell with radioactivity
Educate yourself! The Concord passed a Plan Labor Agreement (PLA) which means Union Labor and Work rules. So no Residential developer can make a profit on Single Family Residences, Which means High Density Housing only. No Thanks
Still nothing on how the development would impact local transit, energy and water infrastructure, I see. I hope the Navy never turns it over to these clowns.
May be the safest place to be if biden keeps going.
Terrific location for a much needed new prison.
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