Crown Castle Lease Negotiations

source: BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE ENGLEWOOD AREA FIRE CONTROL DISTRICT MEETING MINUTES

source: MINUTES FOR THE MEETING OF MARCH 10, 2010
Ms. Hawkins addressed the Crown Castle Lease for Station 71 and asked Chief Gorski for an update. The Chief presented the Board with a memorandum, which explained the suggested changes to the lease. A lengthy discussion ensued. The Chief would like to explore other options with Crown Castle regarding the lease, i.e. having them build a new station in lieu of rent. The discussion continued

source: MINUTES FOR THE MEETING OF APRIL 28, 2010 Chief Gorski addressed the Crown Castle lease for Station 71 and advised the Board that they have increased the amount they are offering us. He feels that we should continue the negotiations. The Board agreed. A lengthy discussion ensued.

source: MINUTES FOR THE MEETING OF JUNE 2, 2010
Chief Gorski addressed the Crown Castle lease for Station 71 and advised the Board that he has the contract up to $1.6 million which will be paid over a four year period. He would like to finalize this agreement so he could begin to work on a similar agreement with Sarasota County. A lengthy discussion ensued.

source: MINUTES FOR THE MEETING OF JULY 14, 2010
Chief Gorski advised the Board that at the last meeting the Crown Castle lease for Station 71 was signed by Commissioner Davison. Unfortunately the appendix was not attached, therefore it needs to be resigned and sent back. Commissioner Davison resigned the agreement with the appendix, which Chief Gorski will return to Crown Castle. A lengthy discussion ensued.

source: ENGLEWOOD FIRE PRESS RELEASE NUMBER: PR10-12 Since Chief Gorski began as the Chief of the Englewood Fire District last February he has negotiated a $1.6 million advance on the cellular communications tower lease with Crown Castle Communications. This $1.6 million will be applied to funding a much needed replacement of Englewood Fire’s Station 71 located at 599 S. Indiana Avenue in Englewood. Chief Gorski has said he intends to incorporate many of the energy efficient features employed in the Sarasota County green fire stations into the redesign of Station 71.


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