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900 Port of San Diego
PUBLISHED: Friday September 16, 2005


SAN DIEGO UNIFIED PORT DISTRICT
ORDINANCE 2355
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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE PREAMBLE AND ARTICLE 0, SECTIONS 0.03 AND 0.05; DELETING ARTICLE 5, SECTIONS 5.01, 5.02, 5.03, 5.04, 5.05, 5.06, 5.07, 5.08, 5.09, 5.10, 5.15, 5.80, 5.81, 5.82, 5.83, 5.84, 5.85, 5.86, 5.87, 5.88, 5.89, 5.90, 5.91, 5.92, 5.93 AND 5.94; AMENDING ARTICLE 8, SECTIONS 8.01, 8.02, 8.03, 8.04, 8.10, 8.11, 8.14, 8.15, 8.16, 8.24, 8.26, 8.28, 8.50, 8.60, 8.61, 8.62, 8.68, 8.69, 8.70, AND 8.71; AND FURTHER AMENDING ARTICLE 8, BY DELETING SECTION 8.72, AND AMENDING ARTICLE 9, SECTION 9.03 OF THE
SAN DIEGO UNIFIED PORT DISTRICT CODE
The Board of Port Commissioners of the San Diego Unified Port District does ordain as follows:
Section 1. The Preamble of the San Diego Unified Port District (District) Code is hereby amended to read as follows:
"Sections 55 and 56 of the San Diego Unified Port District Act (Stats. 1962, 1st Ex. Sess., c.67, as amended by Stats. 1963, c. 673) require the Board of Port Commissioners to make and enforce necessary rules and regulations governing the use and control of all navigable waters, tidelands and submerged lands within the District and to make and enforce certain local police and sanitary regulations relating to the District.
"The Board, by adoption of Ordinance No. 19, established a system for the codification of District ordinances.
"As an aid to those persons and agencies having an interest in the ordinances of the District, this Code has been prepared. This Code will be supplemented as new ordinances are adopted or as existing provisions are amended."
Section 2. Article 0 of the District Code entitled "Administration & Government" is hereby amended by amending Section 0.03, entitled "Definitions and Interpretation", to read as follows:
SEC. 0.03 DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION
"The following words and phrases whenever used in this Code shall be construed as defined in this Section unless a different meaning is specifically defined, or unless the context otherwise requires:
"District' or Port District' shall mean the San Diego Unified Port District.
"Board' or Board of Port Commissioners' shall mean the Board of Port Commissioners of the San Diego Unified Port District.
"Executive Director' shall mean the Executive Director of the San Diego Unified Port Dis trict.
"County' shall mean the County of San Diego.
"Oath' includes affirmation.
Office'. The use of the title of any officer, employee or any office, or ordinance shall mean such officer, employee, office or ordinance of the San Diego Unified Port District, unless otherwise specifically designated.
"Shall' and May'. Shall' is mandatory; May' is permissive.
"Written' shall include printed, typewritten, mimeographed or multigraphed or computer generated.
"Genders'. Any gender includes the other gender.
"Singular' and Plural'. The singular number includes the plural, and the plural the singular.
"Tenses'. Words used in the present tense include the past and future tense and vice versa.
"Use of Words and Phrases'. Words and phrases used in this ordinance and not specifi cally defined shall be construed according to the context and approved usage of the lan guage.
"Person' shall mean natural person, joint venture, joint stock company, partnership, asso ciation, club, company, corporation, business trust, organization, or the manager, lessees, agent, servant, officer or employee of any of them."
Section 3. Article 0 of the District Code entitled "Administration & Government" is hereby amended by amending Section 0.05 entitled "Delegation of Authority" by deleting any reference to the term "Port Director" and replacing it with the term "Executive Director".
Section 4. In accordance with Assembly Bill 93 (Stats. 2001, c. 946), as amended by Senate Bill 1896, (Stats. 2002, c. 978), the District transferred the property known as San Diego International Airport, Lindbergh Field, to the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, therefore, Article 5 of the District Code entitled "Airport Operations" is no longer relevant to the District Code and said Article 5, which includes Sections 5.01, 5.02, 5.03, 5.04, 5.05, 5.06, 5.07, 5.08, 5.09, 5.10, 5.15, 5.80, 5.81, 5.82, 5.83, 5.84, 5.85, 5.86, 5.87, 5.88, 5.89, 5.90, 5.91, 5.92, 5.93 and 5.94, is hereby deleted in its entirety.
Section 5. Article 8, Police Measures, of the District Code is hereby amended by amending Section 8.01 entitled "Diving Within San Diego Bay Regulated", Section 8.02 entitled "Park Areas Regulated", Section 8.03 entitled Emergency Park Closure, Section 8.04 entitled Nonprofit Sales Regulated, Section 8.11 entitled Vehicle Parking Regulated, Section 8.16, Parking Restrictions, Section 8.24, Abandoning Watercraft Prohibited, Section 8.26 entitled Assemblies Regulated, Section 8.28 entitled Regulation of Para-Sailing, Hang Gliders and Similar Devices, Section 8.50 entitled Rubbish & Waste Disposal, Regulated, Section 8.60 entitled Radioactive Substances - Permit Required - Conditions, Section 8.61 entitled Radioactive Substances - Permit - Authority of Port Director, Section 8.62 entitled Radioactive Substances - Permit - Application, Section 8.68 entitled Radioactive Substances - Cleaning Port Facilities, Section 8.69 entitled "Radioactive Substances -Report of Breakage or Loss, Section 8.70 entitled Radioactive Substances - Quantities Limited, and Section 8.71 entitled Radioactive Substances - Label Required, by deleting any reference to the term "Port Director" and replacing it with the term "Executive Director".
Section 6. In accordance with Assembly Bill 93 (Stats. 2001, c. 946), as amended by Senate Bill 1896, (Stats. 2002, c. 978), the District transferred the property known as San Diego International Airport, Lindbergh Field, to the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, therefore, Article 8, Section 8.10 entitled "Parking Meter Rate Zones Established", Section 8. 14 entitled "Parking Meters - Time of Operation", and Section 8.15 entitled Parking Regulations - Enforcement" are hereby amended as follows to delete any reference to San Diego International Airport:
SEC. 8.10 - PARKING METER RATE ZONES ESTABLISHED
"There is hereby established within the District Parking Meter Rate Zone I.
"Parking Meter Rate Zone I shall include all lands bordering the Bay of San Diego bayward of the mean high tide line.
"In Parking Meter Rate Zone I the charge shall be at the rate of Twenty Five (25) Cents for each Fifteen (15) minute interval.
"The District may, by installation of appropriate parking meters, make provisions for parking for less than a Thirty (30) minute or Sixty (60) minute interval, provided, however, that the charge to such lesser interval shall be based upon the established rate for the respective Parking Meter Rate Zones
"In any Parking Meter Rate Zone when any vehicle shall be parked in any space alongside of or next to which a parking meter is located, the operator of said vehicle shall, upon entering said parking space, immediately cause to be deposited coins in the appropriate denomination according to the time interval desired within the maximum limit and the posted parking rates."
"SEC. 8.14 - PARKING METERS - TIME OF OPERATION
"Said parking meters shall be operated in parking meter zones Monday through Saturday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., except New Year's Day, Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Birthday, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veteran's Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
"SEC. 8.15 - PARKING REGULATIONS ö ENFORCEMENT
"(a) Every Harbor Police Officer or District employee charged with and assigned to the enforcement of provisions of this Code relating to illegal parking, the provisions of the California Vehicle Code, and other laws of the State of California applicable to parking violations within the jurisdiction of the San Diego Unified Port District, shall have the duty, when any vehicle is illegally parked, to issue written notice of violation thereof stating the State vehicle license number, make of such vehicle, the time and date of such illegal parking, meter number, street location, and reference to the appropriate section of the Code and fixing a time and place for appearance by the registered owner to answer said notice. Such notice shall be attached to said vehicle either on the steering post or front door handle thereof or in such other conspicuous place upon the vehicle as to be easily observed by the person in charge of such vehicle upon his return thereto.
"(b) For the purpose of regulating the use of streets and traffic thereon and as a deterrent to illegal parking, the following fees are established:
San Diego Unified Violation Within After After
Port District 30 Days 30 Days 65 Days
Code Sections Of Issuance

8.11 Out-of-Stall $35.00 $70.00 $80.00
8.12 Expired Meter $25.00 $50.00 $60.00
8.13 Overtime at Meter $35.00 $70.00 $80.00
8.16(a) Signs or Curb $35.00 $70.00 $ 80.00
Markings Other
Than Red Zones
8.16(b) Red Zones $60.00 $120.00 $130.00
The owner or operator of said vehicle may elect to mail said fees within the time established for payment thereof in accordance with the information specified in the notice of violation, provided, however, said owner or operator shall be and remain responsible for the delivery thereof.
"(c) Failure to pay the appropriate fee as provided herein or failure to contest the violation in accordance with the information specified in the notice of violation will result in proceeding against the registered owner and or the vehicle operator for violation of the appropriate Code Section in accordance with the provisions of Section 40220 of the Vehicle Code of the State of California."
Section 7. In accordance with Assembly Bill 93 (Stats. 2001, c. 946), as amended by Senate Bill 1896, (Stats. 2002, c. 978), the District transferred the property known as San Diego International Airport, Lindbergh Field, to the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, therefore, Article 8, Section 8.72 entitled "Radioactive Substances -Exemptions" is no longer relevant to the District Code and said Section 8.72 is hereby deleted in its entirety.
Section 8. Article 9 of the District Code, entitled "Debarment", is hereby amended by amending Section 9.03, entitled "Debarment Procedure", to read as follows:
"SEC. 9.03. DEBARMENT PROCEDURE
"(a) The Chief Engineer or his/her designee shall conduct an investigation into the circum stances which may warrant debarment of any bidder or contractor.
"(b) After completing such investigation, the Chief Engineer or his/her designee shall de termine whether sufficient facts exist to warrant debarment, and, if so, shall issue a Notice of Intent to Debar.
"(c) The bidder or contractor shall be provided with written notice of the proposed action and the reasons for the proposed action.
"(d) The bidder or contractor shall have Ten (10) calendar days from the date of issuance of the Notice of Intent to Debar to request in writing to the Executive Director a Hear ing on the proposed debarment. If no such request is timely filed, the proposed ac tion shall be final.
"(e) If a timely request is submitted, a Hearing shall be conducted no later than Ten (10) calendar days after the request is received. The bidder or contractor shall be notified in writing of the time and place of the Hearing.
"(f) The Hearing Officer shall be the Executive Director or his designee. The bidder or contractor may appeal the decision of the Hearing Officer to the Board of Port Com missioners. This appeal must be in writing and must be made no later than Five (5) working days after the Hearing Officer renders the decision.
"(g) The Hearing Officer shall base his decision on the record presented to him by the District and such information as the bidder or contractor may present. Strict rules of evidence shall not apply.
"(h) In the event of an appeal from the decision of the Hearing Officer, the Board of Port Commissioners shall consider the matter at a regularly scheduled meeting. The Board's consideration shall be limited to the record before the Hearing Officer. No new evidence may be submitted and the Board's decision shall be final."
Section 9. This ordinance shall take effect on the 31st day from its passage by the Board of Port Commissioners
YEAS-Bixler, Cushman, Hall, Rios, Spane, Valderrama,
NAYS-None
ABSTAINED-None
ABSENT-None
EXCUSED-Vilaplana
SIGNED BY: William A. Hall, Chairman
ATTESTED BY: Wayne K. Darbeau, District Clerk
Pub. Sept. 16-k114929




SAN DIEGO UNIFIED PORT DISTRICT
ORDINANCE 2356
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AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AND ACCEPTING
A LEASE FROM
THE CITY OF CORONADO
WHEREAS, the City of Coronado, in its capacity as a municipal corporation, but not in its capacity as Trustee of State of California tidelands, and the San Diego Unified Port District (District) are parties to a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), as amended, said MOU, as amended, provides for the District to fund the cost of the Coronado Linear Park Project in the maximum amount of Seven Million Two Hundred Sixty Thousand Dollars ($7,260,000.00); and
WHEREAS, said Coronado Linear Park Project is located on property which is adjacent to the District's tideland properties; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 30.5 of the District Act (codified in the Harbors and Navigation Code of the State of California, Appendix 1), the District is required to obtain approval of the California State Lands Commission for capital expenditures in excess of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) on adjacent lands; and
WHEREAS, in order to obtain the approval of the California State Lands Commission to fund said Coronado Linear Park Project, the City of Coronado, a municipal corporation, has conveyed and quitclaimed to the City of Coronado, a municipal corporation, as Trustee of California tidelands, property covered by a proposed lease between the City of Coronado, a municipal corporation, as Trustee of State of California tidelands, and the District; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to a letter dated July 20, 2005, from the California State Lands Commission, approval has been received for the expenditure of funds for the cost of the Coronado Linear Park Project in the maximum amount of Seven Million Two Hundred Sixty Thousand Dollars ($7,260,000.00); and
WHEREAS, the District desires to enter into said proposed lease, NOW, THEREFORE,
The Board of Port Commissioners of the San Diego Unified Port District does ordain as follows:
Section 1. That lease agreement from the City of Coronado, a municipal corporation, as Trustee of State of California tidelands, to the San Diego Unified Port District, a public corporation, on file in the office of the District Clerk as Document No. 49546, leasing to the District approximately 5.633 acres of tideland and water area located on the northeast side of Strand Way, southeast of Pomona Avenue, in the City of Coronado, to be used only and exclusively for public park, recreation, open space, parking and aquatic support and for no other purposes whatsoever, is hereby authorized, approved and accepted as recommended by the Executive Director.
Section 2. The Executive Director or his authorized representative is hereby directed to execute the said lease agreement with the City of Coronado on behalf of the District.
Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect on the 31st day from its passage by the Board of Port Commissioners; provided, however, said lease shall be subject to the following conditions:
a. The California State Lands Commission approves the form of Quitclaim Deed from the City of Coronado, a municipal corporation, quitclaiming to the City of Coronado, as Trustee of State California tidelands, all of its right, title and interest in the real property covered by this lease; and
b. The City of Coronado records said Quitclaim Deed.
YEAS-Bixler, Cushman, Hall, Rios, Spane, Valderrama,
NAYS-None
ABSTAINED-None
ABSENT-None
EXCUSED-Vilaplana
SIGNED BY: William A. Hall, Chairman
ATTESTED BY: Wayne K. Darbeau, District Clerk
Pub. Sept. 16-k114930




SAN DIEGO UNIFIED PORT DISTRICT
ORDINANCE 2357
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AN ORDINANCE GRANTING SUBLEASE FROM THE SAN DIEGO UNIFIED PORT DISTRICT TO THE CITY OF CORONADO
WHEREAS, the City of Coronado, in its capacity as a municipal corporation, but not in its capacity as Trustee of State of California tidelands, and the San Diego Unified Port District (District) are parties to a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), as amended, said MOU, as amended, provides for the District to fund the cost of the Coronado Linear Park Project in the maximum amount of Seven Million Two Hundred Sixty Thousand Dollars ($7,260,000.00); and
WHEREAS, said Coronado Linear Park Project is located on property which is adjacent to the District's tideland properties; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 30.5 of the District Act (codified in the Harbors and Navigation Code of the State of California, Appendix 1), the District is required to obtain approval of the California State Lands Commission for capital expenditures in excess of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) on adjacent lands; and
WHEREAS, in order to obtain the approval of the California State Lands Commission to fund said Coronado Linear Park Project, the City of Coronado, a municipal corporation, has conveyed and quitclaimed to the City of Coronado, a municipal corporation, as Trustee of California tidelands, property covered by a proposed lease from the City of Coronado, a municipal corporation, as Trustee of State of California tidelands, to the District, said lease is on file in the office of the District Clerk as Document No. 49546; and
WHEREAS, pursuant to a letter dated July 20, 2005, from the California State Lands Commission, approval has been received for the expenditure of funds for the cost of the Coronado Linear Park Project in the maximum amount of Seven Million Two Hundred Sixty Thousand Dollars ($7,260,000.00); and
WHEREAS, pursuant to Ordinance 49546, adopted 6 September 2005, the Board of Port Commissioners of the District authorized, approved and accepted a lease agreement from the City of Coronado, a municipal corporation, as Trustee of State of California tidelands, to the District, leasing to the District approximately 5.633 acres of tideland and water area located on the northeast side of Strand Way, southeast of Pomona Avenue, in the City of Coronado, to be used only and exclusively for public park, recreation, open space, parking and aquatic support and for other purposes whatsoever; and
WHEREAS, the District desires to sublease the entire leased premises back to the City of Coronado, NOW, THEREFORE,
The Board of Port Commissioners of the San Diego Unified Port District does ordain as follows:
That the District hereby subleases to the City of Coronado, a municipal corporation, (Sublessee) its entire leased premises consisting of approximately 5.633 acres of tideland and water area located on the northeast side of Strand Way, southeast of Pomona Avenue, in the City of Coronado, commonly known as Coronado Linear Park, to be used only and exclusively for a public park, recreation, open space, parking and aquatic support and for no other purposes whatsoever, for a term of Thirty (30) years commencing 1 July 2004 and ending 30 June 2034, subject to earlier termination, said sublease shall be subject to the following express conditions:
1. The District and Sublessee agree that all income generated at the subleased premises shall be deposited in an appropriate fund or funds from which expenditures may only be made for public trust purposes of Statewide benefits, including but not limited to operations, maintenance and improvements to the subleased premises and the support of public recreation programs provided on the subleased premises, in accordance with the terms, covenants and conditions contained in said sublease, on file in the office of the District Clerk as Document No. 49547.
2. Sublessee shall not further sublease nor permit any assignment of any interest in the leased or subleased premises or any portion thereof without the prior express written consent of District in each instance.
3. Sublessee shall not assign or transfer the whole or any part of the sublease nor any interest therein, nor subsublease or assign the whole or any part of the subleased premises to any other party without the prior written consent of the District.
Section 4. This ordinance shall take effect on the 31st day from its passage by the Board of Port Commissioners, subject to the following conditions:
a. The California State Lands Commission approves the form of Quitclaim Deed from the City of Coronado, a municipal corporation, quitclaiming to the City of Coronado, as Trustee of State California tidelands, all of its right, title and interest in the real prop erty covered by this sublease; and
b. The City of Coronado records said Quitclaim Deed; and
c. The District and the City of Coronado enter into the lease authorized, approved and accepted by the District pursuant to Ordinance 49546, adopted 6 September 2005.
YEAS-Bixler, Cushman, Hall, Rios, Spane, Valderrama,
NAYS-None
ABSTAINED-None
ABSENT-None
EXCUSED-Vilaplana
SIGNED BY: William A. Hall, Chairman
ATTESTED BY: Wayne K. Darbeau, District Clerk
Pub. Sept. 16-k114931




SAN DIEGO UNIFIED PORT DISTRICT
ORDINANCE 2358
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AN ORDINANCE GRANTING A LEASE TO
SAN DIEGO AIRCRAFT CARRIER MUSEUM
The Board of Port Commissioners of the San Diego Unified Port District does ordain as follows:
Section 1. That lease agreement between the San Diego Unified Port District and the San Diego Aircraft Carrier Museum, a California Non-Profit Public Benefit Corporation, on file in the office of the District Clerk as Document No. 49519, leasing certain premises consisting of approximately 283,000 square feet of water area (Parcel No. 1), approximately 31,436 square feet of land area (Parcel Nos. 2 and 3), and approximately 5,500 square feet of water area that the San Diego Unified Port District leases from the State of California, acting by and through the California State Lands Commission (State Parcel), which said Parcels are located on and adjacent to the former Navy Pier 11A, located at 910 North Harbor Drive in the City of San Diego, is hereby approved and granted.
Section 2. The Executive Director or his authorized representative is hereby directed to execute the said lease agreement with the San Diego Aircraft Carrier Museum on behalf of the District.
Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect on the 31st day from its passage by the Board of Port Commissioners.
YEAS-Bixler, Cushman, Hall, Rios, Spane, Valderrama,
NAYS-None
ABSTAINED-None
ABSENT-None
EXCUSED-Vilaplana
SIGNED BY: William A. Hall, Chairman
ATTESTED BY: Wayne K. Darbeau, District Clerk
Pub. Sept. 16-k114932




SAN DIEGO UNIFIED PORT DISTRICT
ORDINANCE 2359
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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING LEASE AGREEMENT
BETWEEN THE SAN DIEGO UNIFIED PORT DISTRICT AND
AMERICAN MUSHROOMS, INC., A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION,
DBA AMERICAN PRODUCE DISTRIBUTORS
The Board of Port Commissioners of the San Diego Unified Port District does ordain as follows:
Section 1. That lease agreement dated December 18, 2000, between the San Diego Unified Port District and American Mushrooms, Inc., a California corporation, dba American Produce Distributors, is hereby amended in accordance with Second Amendment to Lease, on file in the office of the District Clerk as Document No. 49550.
Section 2. This ordinance shall take effect on the 31st day from its passage by the Board of Port Commissioners.
YEAS-Bixler, Cushman, Hall, Rios, Spane, Valderrama,
NAYS-None
ABSTAINED-None
ABSENT-None
EXCUSED-Vilaplana
SIGNED BY: William A. Hall, Chairman
ATTESTED BY: Wayne K. Darbeau, District Clerk
Pub. Sept. 16-k114933




SAN DIEGO UNIFIED PORT DISTRICT
ORDINANCE 2360
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AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING PARKING RATES FOR
NAVY PIER PARKING FACILITY
WHEREAS, the San Diego Unified Port District (District) and the San Diego Aircraft Carrier Museum, a California Non-Profit Public Benefit Corporation, are parties to a lease for premises located at 910 North Harbor Drive in the City of San Diego for the purposes of mooring the U.S.S. Midway and the operation of a non-profit museum of naval aviation history and related education center on board the U.S.S. Midway; and
WHEREAS, the District desires to establish parking rates for the Navy Pier Parking Facility; and
WHEREAS, the District held a public hearing on September 6, 2005, on the proposed parking rates for the Navy Pier Parking Facility, NOW, THEREFORE,
The Board of Port Commissioners of the San Diego Unified Port District does ordain as follows:
Section 1. That the parking rates for the Navy Pier Parking Facility, located on the west side Harbor Drive in the City of San Diego, shall be as follows:
DESCRIPTION LOW RATE HIGH RATE
TRANSIENT RATE $5.00 UP TO 1 HOUR $8.00 UP TO 1 HOUR
TRANSIENT RATE $7.00 1 - 4 HOURS N/A
TRANSIENT RATE $10.00 4 - 10 HOURS $16.00 4 - 10 HOURS
DAILY MAXIMUM RATE* $12.00 10 - 24 HOURS $20.00 10 - 24 HOURS
MONTHLY PARKING RATE $145.00 PER MONTH $180.00 PER MONTH
*ANY VEHICLE PARKED IN SAID PARKING FACILITY AT 2:00 AM SHALL BE CHARGED AT THE DAILY MAXIMUM RATE
Section 2. That said parking rates include a low rate and a high rate, and the Executive Director of the District or his authorized representative is hereby authorized and directed to set said parking rates within the parameters established, in accordance with market rates.
Section 3. That the Executive Director may use the parking rates established pursuant to this Ordinance for a new or extended Operating Agreement for said Navy Pier Parking Facility.
Section 4. This ordinance and the parking rates herein shall take effect on the 31st day from its passage by the Board of Port Commissioners or October 8, 2005, whichever date is later, and said parking rates shall be posted. Upon said parking rates becoming effective, Ordinance 2329 entitled "An Ordinance Establishing Parking Rates for Navy Field Parking Facility" is hereby repealed.
YEAS-Bixler, Cushman, Hall, Rios, Spane, Valderrama,
NAYS-None
ABSTAINED-None
ABSENT-None
EXCUSED-Vilaplana
SIGNED BY: William A. Hall, Chairman
ATTESTED BY: Wayne K. Darbeau, District Clerk
Pub. Sept. 16-k114934




SAN DIEGO UNIFIED PORT DISTRICT
ORDINANCE 2361
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AN ORDINANCE GRANTING
A LEASE TO HERTZ CORPORATION
The Board of Port Commissioners of the San Diego Unified Port District does ordain as follows:
Section 1. That lease agreement between the San Diego Unified Port District and the Hertz Corporation, a Delaware corporation, on file in the office of the District Clerk as Document No. 49515, leasing certain premises located at 3202 North Harbor Drive in the City of San Diego, is hereby approved and granted.
Section 2. The Executive Director or his authorized representative is hereby directed to execute the said lease agreement with Hertz Corporation on behalf of the District.
Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect on the 31st day from its passage by the Board of Port Commissioners.
YEAS-Bixler, Hall, Rios, Spane, Valderrama,
NAYS-None
ABSTAINED-None
ABSENT-None
EXCUSED-Cushman, Vilaplana
SIGNED BY: William A. Hall, Chairman
ATTESTED BY: Wayne K. Darbeau, District Clerk
Pub. Sept. 16-k114935




SAN DIEGO UNIFIED PORT DISTRICT
ORDINANCE 2362
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AN ORDINANCE GRANTING
A LEASE TO VANGUARD CAR RENTAL USA INC.
The Board of Port Commissioners of the San Diego Unified Port District does ordain as follows:
Section 1. That lease agreement between the San Diego Unified Port District and Vanguard Car Rental USA Inc., a Delaware corporation, on file in the office of the District Clerk as Document No. 49516, leasing certain premises located at 3280 North Harbor Drive in the City of San Diego, is hereby approved and granted.
Section 2. The Executive Director or his authorized representative is hereby directed to execute the said lease agreement with Vanguard Car Rental USA Inc. on behalf of the District.
Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect on the 31st day from its passage by the Board of Port Commissioners.
YEAS-Bixler, Hall, Rios, Spane, Valderrama,
NAYS-None
ABSTAINED-None
ABSENT-None
EXCUSED-Cushman, Vilaplana
SIGNED BY: William A. Hall, Chairman
ATTESTED BY: Wayne K. Darbeau, District Clerk
Pub. Sept. 16-k114936




SAN DIEGO UNIFIED PORT DISTRICT
ORDINANCE 2363
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AN ORDINANCE GRANTING
A LEASE TO AVIS RENT A CAR SYSTEMS, INC.
The Board of Port Commissioners of the San Diego Unified Port District does ordain as follows:
Section 1. That lease agreement between the San Diego Unified Port District and Avis Rent A Car Systems, Inc., a Delaware corporation, on file in the office of the District Clerk as Document No. 49517, leasing certain premises located at 3180 North Harbor Drive in the City of San Diego, is hereby approved and granted.
Section 2. The Executive Director or his authorized representative is hereby directed to execute the said lease agreement with Avis Rent A Car Systems, Inc. on behalf of the District.
Section 3. This ordinance shall take effect on the 31st day from its passage by the Board of Port Commissioners.
YEAS-Bixler, Hall, Rios, Spane, Valderrama,
NAYS-None
ABSTAINED-None
ABSENT-None
EXCUSED-Cushman, Vilaplana
SIGNED BY: William A. Hall, Chairman
ATTESTED BY: Wayne K. Darbeau, District Clerk
Pub. Sept. 16-k114937




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