Proposed Sale of Federal Property in San Francisco, Calif., Declared Excess by the General Services Administration: Joint Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Public Buildings and Grounds and the Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight of the Committee on Public Works and Transportation, House of Representatives, Ninety-seventh Congress, Second Session, August 4, 1982
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Works and Transportation. Subcommittee on Public Buildings and Grounds
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49 Fourth Street acquire Acting addition Administrator Administrator's alternative appraisal asked authority believe California Carmen Center Chairman city of San Commissioner committee concern Congress considered construction cost currently decision discussions disposal document Donnelly excess exchange facility fact Fary Federal building Federal Government Federal office building Federal Property Feinstein follows Fourth Street property fund Galuardi going GSA's hearing House included interest land leased letter Levitas located look Marriott Corp matter Mayor meeting million Mission move negotiations November October 30 piece position prepared present problem proposed Public Buildings Service purchase question reason recall received recommended record referred regional rental representing requirements San Francisco sell signed Solomon space square staff Stangeland statement Subcommittee submitted surplus talking tell Thank thing tion trade understand Washington Yerba Buena
Page 126 - The term fair market value means the amount in terms of money for which in all probability a property would be sold if exposed for sale in the open market by a seller who is willing but not obligated to sell, allowing a reasonable time to find a buyer who is willing but not obligated to buy, both parties having full knowledge of all the uses to which the property is adapted, and for which it is capable of being used.
Page 115 - Department, together with all funds appropriated or allocated therefor; (4) all real property 55 percent or more of which is occupied by or under control of the former Post Office Department immediately prior to the effective date of this section; (5) all contracts, records, and documents relating to the operation of the departmental service and the postal field service of the former Post Office Department; and (6) all other property and assets...
Page 121 - There was no evidence to prove or disprove that the Administrator's decision was influenced by political considerations.
Page 8 - The Committee on Public Works and Transportation of the House of Representatives adopted a resolution...
Page 87 - How to Dispose of Hazardous Waste — A Serious Question That Needs to be Resolved," CED-79-13, December 19, 1978 "Hazardous Waste Management Programs Will Not Be Effective: Greater Efforts Are Needed," CED-79-14, January 23, 1979 COGNIZANT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEES Senate Committee On Environment and Public Works House Committee on Public Works and Transportation STATEMENT OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS GAO recommended in its December 1978 report that the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency...
Page 94 - ... 24 hours, except for the action down here [pointing] at An Khe. by and large the action in this area has been slight. Now, I do not mean to indicate by this red shading that the enemy has, in fact, captured all this area and has moved across and established a battle line in the conventional sense. That is not the case at all. As a matter of fact, all these positions are held by the South Vietnamese. That is why I say it is difficult to answer the chairman's first question as to how many acres...
Page 41 - No, I do not say that. As a matter of fact, when I was in the San Francisco area, the Yerba Buena project was just being developed.