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File #: 21-0358    Version: 1
Type: Consent - Agreements Status: Passed
File created: 6/16/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 7/13/2021 Final action: 7/13/2021
Title: First Amendment to License Agreement with the County of Orange for use of office space at Fire Station No. 7.
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. First Amendment with the County of Orange
TO: Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

THRU: Rick Otto, City Manager

FROM: Dan Adams, Chief of Police


1. SUBJECT
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First Amendment to License Agreement with the County of Orange for use of office space at Fire Station No. 7.
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2. SUMMARY
In 2016, the City and the County of Orange entered into a five-year license agreement to allow the Orange County Intelligence Assessment Center to occupy vacant office space on the second floor of Fire Station No. 7. This amendment extends the original contract term for one additional year, through October 19, 2022.
3. RECOMMENDED ACTION
recommendation
Approve the amendment to agreement with the County of Orange for use of office space at Fire Station No. 7; and authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute on behalf of the City.

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4. FISCAL IMPACT
None.
5. STRATEGIC PLAN GOALS
Goal 1: Provide for a safe community
a: Provide staffing and resources to deliver services that ensure public safety.
6. DISCUSSION AND BACKGROUND
In 2002, the Orange County Board of Supervisors approved the creation of the Terrorist Early Warning Group (TEWG) in response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. In 2003, the Orange Police Department assigned a sergeant to oversee Homeland Security efforts within the City of Orange and to act as a formal liaison with the TEWG. As more agencies throughout the County became involved, the Orange County Intelligence Assessment Center (OCIAC) was formed.
OCIAC was originally housed at the County facility at Loma Ridge; however, this location soon became too small and lacked the technological needs of the unit. As the nearby Orange City Fire Station No. 7 had vacant office space on the second floor (originally designed as a police substation to support future Santiago Hills II expansion), the County inquired about relocating OCIAC to that location. In 2011, the City and County entered into a five year license agreement to allow OCIAC to occupy the then vacant off...

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