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CONTENTS CONTENTS ............................................................................................................................................. 1 CONTACT DETAILS ............................................................................................................................. 7 HIGHER EDUCATION ......................................................................................................................... 7 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE .......................................................................................................... 8 PROJECTS AND REPORTS ............................................................................................................... 14 2015 and Ongoing – Sustainable Communities ........................................................................................... 14 2014 and Ongoing – Suburban Retail Site Redevelopment ...................................................................... 14 2015 – Sand and Gravel Lease Renegotiation .............................................................................................. 14 2015 – Oil and Gas Lease Renegotiation ...................................................................................................... 14 2014 through 2015 – Land Asset Management ........................................................................................... 14 2008 – Harquahala Groundwater Reservoir in Arizona............................................................................ 15 2008 – Sun Valley Master-Planned Community in Buckeye west of Phoenix Arizona ....................... 16 2008 – Transwestern Pipeline Litigation throughout the Phoenix Metropolitan Area ...................... 16 2008 – Strategic Direction and Identity for W Holdings .......................................................................... 17 2007 – Queen Creek Station Master Plan in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area .................................... 17 2007 – I-8 & I10/Hidden Valley Roadway Framework Study in Phoenix Metropolitan Area ........... 18 2006 – Keauhou I and II in Hawaii .................................................................................................................. 18 2006 – Resort Development Joint Venture on the Caribbean Island of Saint Croix ......................... 18 2006 – Adora Trails Community Design Guidelines in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area .................. 19 2006 – Aina Le’a Property on the Big Island of Hawaii ............................................................................. 19 2006 – Land Development Joint Venture in California’s Central Valley ............................................... 19 2006 – Mamalahoa Ranch on South Kona Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii ....................................... 20 2006 – Mhoon Landing Property on the Mississippi River South of Memphis, Tennessee ............... 20 2005 – Rio Mesa Property near Fresno in California’s Central Valley .................................................. 20 2005 – Quivara Basin Property in the Mission Bay of San Diego, California ....................................... 20 2005 – Dyer Mountain Resort in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California ..................................... 20 2005 – Nakoma Golf Resort and Villas in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California...................... 21 2005 – North Fork Ranch in Redding near Mount Shasta in California ................................................ 21 2005 – Ewa Plain Property on the Island of Oahu in Hawaii.................................................................... 21 2005 – Rancho Del Rio – Orange County – Southern California........................................................... 21 Page 1 of 49


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2005 – Fresno Area Property in California’s Central Valley .................................................................... 21 2005 – Chula Vista Bay Font Redevelopment Near San Diego, California ........................................... 22 2005 – Cherry Creek Groundwater Project south of Denver ............................................................... 22 2005 – Pajaro Community Expansion in the Monterey Bay Area of California ................................... 22 2005 – Rancho Arroyo Grande on the Central Coast of California ...................................................... 22 2005 – Porto Bello Property in the Santa Clarita Valley of Southern California................................. 22 2005 – Traditions Master-Planned Community near Carson City, Nevada ......................................... 23 2004 – Potential Joint Venture Involvement in a Shanghai Development Zone .................................. 23 2004 – Deerlake Ranch – San Fernando Valley – Southern California .................................................. 23 2004 – Paradise Hills Property in San Bernardino in Southern California ............................................ 24 2004 – Del Rio Hills in the City of Rio Vista in the Delta Area of California ...................................... 24 2003 – Foothill Center in the City of Azusa in Southern California ...................................................... 24 2003 – Nyack Lodge Property on I-80 in the Sierra Nevada ................................................................... 24 2003 – Bruceville/Jacinto Housing in the Sacramento Metropolitan Area ............................................ 24 2002 – Big Sky Properties near Missoula in Montana ................................................................................ 24 2002 – Saddleback Meadows in Southern California ................................................................................. 24 2001 – Expert Witness for Development Partnership Litigation........................................................... 25 2001 – The Residences at Spanish Bay in the Monterey Bay Area of California ................................ 25 2001 – Stonegate Riverside Property in the Sacramento Metropolitan Area .................................... 25 2001 – Witness for Partnership Litigation on Property in Saint George in Southern Utah ............ 25 2001 – Bel Marin Keys in the San Francisco Bay Area ............................................................................. 26 2001 – Tustin Legacy Military Base Reuse in Southern California .......................................................... 26 2001– Orange County Regional Airport Authority in Southern California ......................................... 26 2001 – Tracy Park in the Central Valley of California ............................................................................... 26 1999 – Stanford University in the San Francisco Bay Area ....................................................................... 27 1999 – Mare Island Naval Shipyard Reuse in the San Francisco Bay Area ............................................ 27 1999 – Delta Greens Property in the Sacramento Area ........................................................................... 27 1999 – The Hamilton Property Military Base Reuse in the San Francisco Bay Area .......................... 27 1999 – Mountain Spa Development in the Las Vegas Area ...................................................................... 27 1999 – Sunrise-Douglas Master-Planned Community in the Sacramento Area................................... 28 1999 – Marine Corp Air Station Hangar Reuse in Southern California ................................................ 28 1999 – Reuse of McClellan Air Force Base in the Sacramento Area ..................................................... 28

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1998 – Kua Bay Property on the Kona Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii ............................................ 29 1998 – Guthrie Corridor Strategy in the Kuala Lumpur Area ................................................................ 29 1998 – Serrano Heights in Southern California ........................................................................................... 30 1997 – Northern Coast of Papua New Guinea ........................................................................................... 30 1997 – Feasibility Analysis for a Sanitary District in California’s Central Valley .................................. 30 1997 – Development Planning Manager in Papua New Guinea ............................................................... 30 1997 – Orinda Gateway in the San Francisco Bay Area ............................................................................ 30 1997 – Mountain House Master-Planned Community in the Central Valley of California ................ 30 1997 – Property Site Analysis in Beijing ........................................................................................................ 31 1997 – Paradise Hills Property in Southern California .............................................................................. 31 1997 – Bickford Ranch Due Diligence in the Sacramento Area .............................................................. 31 1997 – Tuntex Property in the San Francisco Bay Area ........................................................................... 31 1997 – Valley Springs Ranch Property in the Jackson Hole Area ........................................................... 31 1996 – Carlson Properties in the San Francisco Bay Area ....................................................................... 31 1996 – Statewide Transit Needs Assessment Proposal for State of Colorado ................................... 32 1996 – Jaeger Properties at the Southern Edge of the Napa Valley ....................................................... 32 1996 – Duncan Canyon Property in Southern California ......................................................................... 32 1996 – Strategic Planning for Limoneira Company in Southern California ........................................... 32 1996 – Ritter Ranch Master-Planned Community in Southern California ............................................ 32 1996 – Jess Ranch in Apple Valley in the High Desert Area of Southern California .......................... 32 1996 – Residual Chevron Land Company Portfolio ................................................................................... 32 1996 – McClellan Air Force Base Strategic Reuse in the Sacramento Area ......................................... 32 1996 – North Natomas Property in the Sacramento Area ...................................................................... 33 1995 – Former Munitions Plant in the San Francisco Bay Area............................................................... 33 1995 – Litigation Support to the FDIC in Southern California ................................................................ 33 1995 - Habitat Program Assessment for The Conservation Fund in Southern California ................ 33 1995 – Xinghuo United Development Corporation in the Shanghai Area of China .......................... 33 1995 – Carpenteria Bluffs Litigation in the Santa Barbara Area of California ...................................... 34 1995 – Strategic Plan Program for Thurn und Taxis Properties in British Colombia ........................ 34 1995 – Hendler Litigation Concerning Soil Contamination in Southern California ............................ 34 1994 – Signal Hill Planned Community in Southern California ................................................................ 35 1994 – Limited Development for The Nature Conservancy in the Sacramento Area ...................... 35

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1993 – Port Blakely Tree Farm Properties in the Seattle Area ............................................................... 35 1992 – Open Space and Habitat Management Plan in the Santa Barbara Area ................................... 35 1992 – Truly Property in the Seattle Area ................................................................................................... 35 1992 – Cowell Ranch Due Diligence in the San Francisco Bay Area ..................................................... 35 1992 – Golf Oriented Master-Planned Community in Saint George, Utah .......................................... 36 1992 – La Viña Specific Plan in Southern California ................................................................................... 36 1991 – Claremont Hillside Development in Southern California ........................................................... 36 1991 – Hidden Valley Ranch in the San Diego Area .................................................................................. 36 1988 – Banning-Lewis Ranch in the Colorado Springs Area .................................................................... 37 1988 – El Dorado Hills Specific Plan near Sacramento .............................................................................. 37 1985 – Five-Year Development Program for The Irvine Company in Southern California .............. 38 1985 – Transportation Corridor Agencies in Southern California ......................................................... 38 1985 – Facilities District for the Irvine Unified School District in Southern California ..................... 38 1984 – Upper Peters Canyon Specific Plan in Southern California ........................................................ 38 1983 – Airport Land Use Compatibility ........................................................................................................ 39 1982 – Creation of Community Facilities Financing Districts in California .......................................... 39 1982 – Williamson Act Agricultural Preserve Non-Renewals in Southern California ....................... 39 1981 – Federal Regulatory and Legislative Advocacy Program ................................................................ 39 1980 – Upper Newport Bay Watershed Management Program in Southern California ................... 40 1979 – Implementation of Housing Litigation Settlement in Southern California ............................... 40 1979 – Legislation Authorizing Development Agreements in California .............................................. 40 1978 – An Urban Strategy for California ...................................................................................................... 40 1977 – Review of California Housing and Community Development Legislation ............................... 41 One of my ........................................................................................................................................................... 41 1976 – Report on Costs of Implementing the California Environmental Quality Act ....................... 41 1976 – Review of the California Coastal Plan .............................................................................................. 41 1975 – Occupational Health and Safety Program Review in California ................................................. 41 1975 – Medi-Cal Reimbursements and County Hospitals - California .................................................. 41 1974 – Municipal Loan Apartment Rehabilitation Financing Packages – New York City .................. 41 1971 – Parcel Records and Mapping for Land Use Inventory in the San Francisco Bay Area .......... 42 1970 – Research for Opponents to Displacement in the San Francisco Bay Area ............................. 42 PUBLICATIONS ................................................................................................................................... 42 Page 4 of 49


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Articles, Case Studies and Books .............................................................................................................................. 42 TEACHING AND OUTREACH ........................................................................................................ 42 Cornell University ........................................................................................................................................................... 42 • CRP 2000 – The Promise and Pitfalls of Contemporary Urban Planning (Fall 2011 and 2012) 42 • CRP 5320 – Real Estate Development Process (Fall 2009 and 2010) ........................................... 42 • CRP 5370 – Real Estate Industry Seminar (Fall 2009 and 2010 and Spring 2010) ....................... 42 • CRP 6580 – Residential Development (Spring 2009, 2010 and 2011) ............................................ 43 • CRP 6290 – Real Estate Communications (Spring 2009 and 2010) .......................................... 43 • CRP 6580 – Residential Development (Spring 2009, 2010 and 2011) ............................................ 43 • CRP 6594 – Real Estate and Urban Design Competitions (Fall 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012) ... 43 • CRP 7970 – Principle Driven Leaders (Fall 2010)................................................................................ 43 • Regional Meetings of the Cornell Real Estate Conference (2009 and 2010) ................................ 43 • Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference (2009 and 2010) ................................................................. 43 University of California at Irvine .............................................................................................................................. 43 • Extension Course on Master-Planned Communities (1980 and 1994) ........................................... 43 • Light Construction and Development Management Program (1997 through 2000) ................... 44 The Urban Land Institute Real Estate School ..................................................................................................... 44 • Development Planning and Processing (2001 through 2005) ............................................................ 44 Presentations at Conferences and Seminars ....................................................................................................... 44 • Cornell Real Estate Industry Seminar (2008) ........................................................................................ 44 • Urban Land Institute (1984, 1986, 1991, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2002, 2005) ...................................... 44 • American Planning Association – California Chapter Conference (1996) ..................................... 44 • Transportation Research Board (1995) ................................................................................................. 44 INDUSTRY AND PROFESSIONAL INVOLVEMENT ................................................................ 44 American Planning Association / American Institute of Certified Planners ......................................... 44 The Urban Land Institute ............................................................................................................................................ 44 Urban Land Institute Panel Advisory Service Reports ............................................................................... 45 Contributions to Urban Land Institute Publications................................................................................... 46 Lambda Alpha ................................................................................................................................................................... 46 Center for Natural Lands Management ................................................................................................................. 46 Transportation Model Improvement Program .................................................................................................. 46 Page 5 of 49


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Natural Communities Conservation Program of the State of California ................................................. 46 Jamboree Housing Corporation ................................................................................................................................ 46 Building Industry Associations in California ...................................................................................................... 47 California Planning Roundtable ................................................................................................................................ 47 UC Davis Land Use and Transportation Center ................................................................................................. 47 COMMUNITY SERVICE .................................................................................................................... 47 Jesuit High School – Sacramento, CA - Booster ......................................................................................... 47 Orange County Taxpayer’s Association........................................................................................................ 47 Colorado Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau ................................................................................... 47 Colorado Springs Opera Festival .................................................................................................................... 47 Colorado Springs Citizens for Downtown Action ..................................................................................... 47 United Way of Orange County ....................................................................................................................... 47 Sutton Extended Care Services ....................................................................................................................... 47 AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS ................................................................................................... 47 2011 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 47 2005 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 47 2003 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 48 2001 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 48 2000 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 48 1998 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 48 1994 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 48 1991 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 48 1990 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 48 1987 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 48 1983 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 48 1982 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 48 1980 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 48 1979 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 48 1978 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 48 1968 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 49 PERSONAL INFORMATION ............................................................................................................ 49

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CONTACT DETAILS Physical mail

1301 First Avenue, #1601 Seattle, WA, USA 98101

Email

pike@urbanexus.com

Telephone

+1 (206) 890-7456

Skype

urbanexus

LinkedIn

http://www.linkedin.com/in/hpikeoliver/

Twitter

http://www.twitter.com/urbanexus

Website

http://www.urbanexus.com

HIGHER EDUCATION

San Francisco State University San Francisco, CA Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies

University of California at Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA Master of Arts in Urban Planning

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE OVERVIEW While an Urban Studies student at San Francisco State University in the late 1960s, I conducted research for a group concerned about plans to demolish single-room-occupancy hotels in the Yerba Buena Redevelopment Area of San Francisco. Following graduation, my first planning job was with the Contra Costa County Planning Department in the San Francisco Bay Area. I gathered data for a countywide land use and transportation study and field checked land uses. A year later, I enrolled at UCLA, earning a Master’s degree in Urban Planning in 1973. After graduate school, I worked on neighborhood preservation in several boroughs of New York City. When that city entered its fiscal crisis of the mid 1970s, I returned to California to become a program evaluation analyst with the State Department of Finance. In early 1976, I moved over to the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research (OPR), where I became one of three principal contributors to “An Urban Strategy for California,” a policy document that advocated compact and efficient metropolitan development. In February 1978, I left OPR to work for The Irvine Company, the developer of major master planned communities in Southern California. While at The Irvine Company, I devised strategies for funding infrastructure to support a large-scale development program and developed thousands of units of affordable housing. When I left in late 1985 to relocate to Colorado Springs, I was Senior Director of Business Planning. During my time in Colorado, I formulated a master plan for the 24,000-acre Banning-Lewis Ranch, which was annexed to the City of Colorado Springs in 1988. Over the next two decades, I worked on acquiring, planning, processing, litigating and implementing large and small developments in Arizona, British Columbia and California, as well as China, Malaysia and Papua New Guinea. For eleven of those years, I was a principal of two firms, INTERRA Strategies, Inc., an advisory services and asset management firm, and The Presidio Group, LLC, an asset management, land investment and development company. In late 2008, a new phase of my career began at Cornell University, teaching real estate and planning courses. My role expanded to include coaching students participating in real estate and urban design competitions. I also brought industry leaders to campus to share their experience and perspective. During 2009 and 2010, I organized the annual Cornell Real Estate Conference and conducted meetings of the Cornell Real Estate Council in major metropolitan areas around the United States. In 2013, after nearly five years at Cornell, I relocated to Seattle and founded URBANEXUS, LLC. Via this firm, I returned to work on land use strategies and real estate development. URBANEXUS manages all or part of the land planning and development process, including property acquisition, development and disposition. We welcome work with private owners and investors as well as government agencies and not-for-profit organizations. My primary community service reaches back to my home state of California. I have been a member of the board of the Center for Natural Lands Management since 2003 and currently serve as treasurer. This not-for-profit organization manages thousands of acres of habitat lands throughout California and in the State of Washington. As a full member of the Urban Land Institute since 1982, I currently serve on its Sustainable Development Council. In 1980, I was elected to Lambda Alpha, an honorary land economics society. I have been a member of the American Planning Association since 1968 and the American Institute of Certified Planners since 1978. I joined the California Planning Roundtable as a founding member in 1980. Page 8 of 49


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POSITIONS HELD URBANEXUS Seattle, Washington

Founder and Managing Member September 2013 to Present

URBANEXUS, LLC, specializes in land use strategies and real estate development, managing all or part of the property development process, including site reconnaissance, planning, acquisition, development, asset management and disposition. Clients include a family and foundation investment office, other private owners and investors as well as government agencies and not-for-profit organizations. Financial and Leadership o Founder and chief executive o Directly involved in creating and implementing land use and asset management strategies Center for Natural Lands Management Board Member and Treasurer Fallbrook, California and Olympia, Washington October 2003 to Present •

I serve on the executive committee and as treasurer for the Center for Natural Lands Management, a not-for profit firm that manages land preserves throughout California and in Washington State. In this role, I am responsible for the financial management of endowments with a total net asset value of approximately $65 million. I receive no financial compensation for my work with the Center for Natural Lands Management. •

Financial and Leadership o Oversee an annual budget of approximately $8 million o Manage the investment of an endowment with a net asset value of approximately $65 million o Key role in strategic planning and acquisition of new business o Involved in significant real property and policy related litigation

Cornell University Ithaca, New York

Senior Lecturer December 2008 to July 2013

My teaching included undergraduate and graduate level urban and regional planning and land development courses. Other key areas of responsibility included student advising and administering an undergraduate program in urban and regional studies. I also coached student teams involved in national urban design and real estate competitions and coordinated an annual case study in urban development for the College of Art, Architecture and Planning. In addition, I participated in cross-campus efforts to develop financially viable prototypes for sustainable communities. •

Financial and Leadership o Director of Undergraduate Studies for the Department of City and Regional Planning o Organized an annual alumni real estate conference attended by over 200 industry leaders o Secured financial sponsorship for meetings and events

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W Holdings Tempe, Arizona

Senior Vice President March 2006 to November 2008

At W Holdings, I managed an 80,000-acre land portfolio consisting of over forty properties and upgraded land acquisition procedures. I incorporated innovative development concepts in several projects including a general plan amendment for a 1,140-acre mixed-use development. My responsibilities also included blending habitat preservation with development planning for several large properties and I oversaw litigation concerning easements for a major natural gas transmission pipeline. A key accomplishment was establishing a trade name (W Holdings) for a group of affiliated companies, securing agreement on a logo and graphic identity program. I also secured consensus on a mission statement to govern land investment and development activities. •

Financial and Leadership o Six direct reports o Responsible for multi-million dollar expenditures and investments o Resolved major land title issues including complex litigation involving eminent domain actions o Established new umbrella organization identify and branding for a multi-entity land portfolio

HomeFed Corporation Carlsbad, California

Vice President April 2005 to March 2006

I served as a member of senior management for a publicly traded company (HOFD) and had primary responsibility for land acquisition in the western United States for this developer of master planned communities. The geographic scope involved researching and evaluating opportunities for master planned community development in Arizona, California and Hawaii. •

Financial and Leadership – Responsible for evaluating acquisitions with a value in excess of $100 million

The Presidio Group and INTERRA Strategies Sacramento, California

Principal January 1994 to April 2005

The Presidio Group acquired land and processed development entitlements throughout California. As a founding principal, I was responsible for establishing and maintaining project schedules and securing land use entitlements. I also provided advisory services to various clients through INTERRA Strategies. These engagements encompassed work on military base conversion, consulting to The Conservation Fund and The Nature Conservancy on integrating development and open space strategies for several large properties. This work also involved creating development strategies for master-planned communities in China, Malaysia and Papua New Guinea. •

Financial and Leadership o One of three founding partners o Secured a pension fund investment commitment of $50 million o Managed project schedules and multi-million dollar project budgets o Responsible for projects with a net asset value in excess of $100 million

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Southwest Diversified Irvine, California

Senior Vice President August 1989 to January 1994

While at Southwest Diversified, I directed project teams and secured land use entitlements for residential communities located in environmentally sensitive coastal and hillside settings. At the La Viña property in Altadena, half of the 222-acre site was preserved, and the balance became a sensitively designed residential neighborhood. In Santa Barbara County, I orchestrated preparation of an open space and habitat management program for an environmentally sensitive coastal bluff property. Other properties were located in the Bay Area and San Diego. •

Financial and Leadership o Managed projects with a total net asset value of approximately $100 million o Led interdisciplinary project teams of in-house staff and outside consultants o Made presentations and handled media relations Led successful resolution of eight lawsuits challenging development approvals

El Dorado Hills Communities Sacramento, California

General Manager July 1988 to August 1989

After securing final approval of a specific plan and development agreement for a 3,800-acre master planned community east of Sacramento, I helped the property owners adopt and implement a disposition strategy. In addition, I evaluated development opportunities and entitlement strategies for an additional 3,200 acres. •

Financial and Leadership o Led a major master-plan community to approval by multiple public agencies o Evaluated disposition and development opportunities for a major masterplanned community Closed a disposition that generated $64 million in cash

Aries Properties Colorado Springs, Colorado

Executive Vice President November 1985 to July 1988

I was responsible for preparation and processing of the master plan for the Banning-Lewis Ranch. This is an approximately 24,000-acre property located on what was then the eastern edge of the City of Colorado Springs. The planning effort involved preparing an analysis of property constraints and opportunities and developing a detailed, yet flexible, master plan to guide development of the property. I also negotiated a comprehensive municipal annexation and development agreement with the City of Colorado Springs in less than three years. •

Financial and Leadership o Led the creation of a plan and secured annexation and zoning for of a 24,482 acre master plan community o Made all public presentation and responded to media inquiries o Managed several million dollars of consultant work

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The Irvine Company Newport Beach, California

Senior Director February 1978 to November 1985

After joining The Irvine Company as Public Policy Advisor, I held several progressively responsible positions throughout the firm. As Senior Director of Business Planning, I coordinated land development programming for a 77,000-acre land holding and led the planning and financing of public facilities to support development. I was involved in early work on the 34,000-acre Irvine Ranch Land Reserve and implemented a settlement to affordable housing litigation. I also served as liaison to the University of California at Irvine, industry associations, regional planning agencies and environmental organizations. •

Financial and Leadership o Led annual updating of a five-year and long-term development plan that based on demographic analysis and economic forecasting o Responsible for all infrastructure planning and design to support over 40,000 acres of development o Orchestrated legislation and funding for multi-million dollar infrastructure investments to support land development

State of California State Department of Finance and Governor’s Office of Planning and Research Sacramento, California

Program and Policy Analyst October 1974 to February 1978

My state service began at the Department of Finance as a Program Review Analyst where I evaluated program effectiveness and organizational performance of environmental and health programs and reviewed environmental, housing, and land use legislation. In 1976, I joined the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research (OPR) as a policy analyst. While at OPR, I was one of three principal contributors to An Urban Strategy for California a policy strategy and action program that encouraged compact and efficient metropolitan development. •

Financial and Leadership o Liaison to business and development interests concerned about environmental and planning policies and programs o Led the first study of the costs of implementing the California Environmental Quality Act

City of New York Housing & Development Administration New York, New York

Management Analyst June 1973 to September 1974

Working for Mayor John Lindsey’s administration, I helped design and implement a program to coordinate housing code enforcement with apartment rehabilitation financing in selected neighborhoods throughout the five boroughs of New York City. I worked with building owners to prepare housing rehabilitation loan packages financed by the sale of tax-exempt municipal bonds. •

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District of Columbia Manpower Administration Washington, DC

Intern June 1972 to September 1972

During a summer internship, I developed a framework for evaluating the effectiveness of human resources development programs aimed at creating greater racial and gender diversity in staffing of higher level positions at the District’s various agencies. Contra Costa County Planning Department Martinez, California

Planning Assistant October 1970 to October 1971

In my first professional position, I worked on a countywide land use inventory. The job involved reviewing property tax records and preparing maps for field checking of land uses. I also conducted field surveys to verify the mapping.

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PROJECTS AND REPORTS 2015 and Ongoing – Sustainable Communities Working with a UK-based organization to activate several projects in North America and refine and expand their certification program for communities that seek to achieve net zero use of energy and net zero production of waste products. 2014 and Ongoing – Suburban Retail Site Redevelopment Continuing involvement in a greater Seattle area site assemblage and planning for ultimate redevelopment into an approximately 20-acre focus for an emerging suburban downtown. 2015 – Sand and Gravel Lease Renegotiation Renegotiated a 40-year old sand and gravel lease to incorporate enhanced financial terms for the property owner, upgrade environmental requirements and provisions for mining staging and reclamation that will allow for ultimate development of the property as a residential neighborhood. 2015 – Oil and Gas Lease Renegotiation Renegotiated the timing and surface use agreement aspects of an oil and gas lease for a several thousand-acre property located in the Mountain West of the USA. 2014 through 2015 – Land Asset Management Managed land assets directly and through relationships with joint-venture partners and provided quarterly valuation updates derived from discounted cash flow models and comparable sales data on behalf of a family/foundation investment office.

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2008 – Harquahala Groundwater Reservoir in Arizona Staff and consultants working under my direction researched the potential for creating a major underground reservoir for off-line storage of water flowing via the canal operated by the Central Arizona Project into the Phoenix area. The reservoir is located approximately 60 miles west of downtown Phoenix and lies beneath approximately 12,000 acres of land controlled by affiliates of W Holdings. The concept is that this reservoir allows for storing surplus water from the Colorado River during wet years to be made available to customers for use during drought years. As part of this effort, we commissioned significant underground seismic refraction testing and developed a sophisticated model for evaluating possible changes in water pricing. The model was used to estimate the present value of the water resources under a variety of possible future circumstances.

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2008 – Sun Valley Master-Planned Community in Buckeye west of Phoenix Arizona Beginning in 2006, and extending into 2008, I oversaw work on preparing and refining area plans that implement a master plan for development of 7,001 acres of a master-planned community. Due to the passage of time since the adoption of the master plan, the processing of the area plans required significant environmental work to comply with newly adopted and amended environmental regulations. Sorting through conflicting requirements for complying with wetlands regulations as administered by the Army Corps of Engineers was particularly challenging.

2008 – Transwestern Pipeline Litigation throughout the Phoenix Metropolitan Area One of my major roles at W Holdings was to direct our involvement in litigation in United States District Court contesting certain aspects of condemnation actions for an easement for a high pressure natural gas pipeline traversing approximately 13 miles of properties owned by affiliates of W Holdings in the greater Phoenix area of Arizona. The impact that this pipeline might have on surrounding land uses was significant. Supporting the litigation effort required daily management of the efforts of the lawyers and meeting their need for information and analysis.

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2008 – Strategic Direction and Identity for W Holdings After joining W Holdings in March 2006, I spend much of my first year and a half with the firm working with family members and affiliated investors to reach consensus on the strategic direction and overall image and identify for the firm and its affiliates. By mid 2007, we had settled upon the W Holdings name and a logo. We began answering the telephones with that name and designed and ordered business cards and letterhead. The next step was a yearlong effort to self-publish a brochure highlighting the vast land and commercial real estate holdings of several affiliated firms—over 80,000 acres of land and millions of square feet of office, industrial and hospitality properties.

2007 – Queen Creek Station Master Plan in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area Beginning in 2006, I directed and served as the day-to-day manager for the planning and processing of a development plan for a 1,110-acre master-planned mixed-use community in the Town of Queen Creek, Arizona, 37 miles southeast of downtown Phoenix. The plan that the town approved in December 2007, calls for a mix of residential, commercial, industrial and retail uses, including a relatively dense town center core fronting on a community “green.” An additional feature of the plan is a site for a future passenger railroad station. The metropolitan planning organization (Maricopa Association of Governments) is working with the State of Arizona on establishing passenger train service between Phoenix and Tucson. If established, that train will service this site.

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2007 – I-8 & I10/Hidden Valley Roadway Framework Study in Phoenix Metropolitan Area Representing the interests of W Holdings, I participated in this regional roadway framework study in the southwestern portion of the greater Phoenix region. The staff responsible for this study appreciated having positive landowner input concerning several proposed alignments for future roadways. During this time and extending into 2008, several other regional and subregional roadway framework studies were underway. I represented the interest of W Holdings in all of them, producing analyses and exhibits that we shared widely.

2006 – Keauhou I and II in Hawaii As an employee of HomeFed Corporation, I analyzed this 455-acre property that was entitled for development of 400 residential units and concluded that high costs which could not be offset by potential revenues and regulatory obstacles to implementation made the investment infeasible. 2006 – Resort Development Joint Venture on the Caribbean Island of Saint Croix As HomeFed’s acquisitions officer, I met with investors who represented that they controlled property and had secured government approvals for a resort development of approximately 600 acres on the Island of Saint Croix. The property was attractive but I was unable to resolve whether the investors had an enforceable option to acquire the property.

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2006 – Adora Trails Community Design Guidelines in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area Under my direction, staff of W Holdings worked with consultants to prepare detailed design guidelines for a 561-acre master-planned community called Adora Trails in the Town of Gilbert, Arizona. This property is located approximately 33 miles southeast of downtown Phoenix.

2006 – Aina Le’a Property on the Big Island of Hawaii As an employee of HomeFed Corporation, I conducted an in-depth evaluation of a land investment and master-planned community resort development opportunity. The property consisted of 3,000 acres located about 21 miles north of the Keahole International Airport that serves the Kona Coast resort area on the Big Island of Hawaii.

2006 – Land Development Joint Venture in California’s Central Valley As HomeFed’s acquisitions officer, I evaluated the potential for a land development joint venture on 718 acres in Brawley, California. The initial analysis yielded positive results and I prepared a draft letter-of-intent. For reasons unrelated to development feasibility, the venture was never consummated.

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2006 – Mamalahoa Ranch on South Kona Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii As HomeFed’s acquisitions officer, I evaluated the potential for a acquiring and developing a rural subdivision on 1,591 acres at an elevation of 1,700 to 3,000 feet, which afforded dramatic ocean views. While the potential revenues ranged from $170 to as much as $300 million and the costs were only in the range of $59 million (including, land acquisition, management and development), I concluded that the market for high value lots ($1.5 million to $4.5 million) in this area of the Big Island was too uncertain to justify an initial cash investment of $13.5 million. 2006 – Mhoon Landing Property on the Mississippi River South of Memphis, Tennessee Over several months, I evaluated the feasibility of establishing a joint-venture to develop 250 acres located adjacent to a river boat casino on the Mississippi River in northern Mississippi about 25 miles south of downtown Memphis. The market was a modest-income demographic that lived with a day’s driving time of the area and I concluded that there was a good chance that rising gasoline prices would have a significant negative impact on demand. 2005 – Rio Mesa Property near Fresno in California’s Central Valley As HomeFed’s acquisitions officer, I evaluated the potential for acquiring 909 acres of land that was encumbered by $74 million of public revenue bonds that had been issued to fund construction of infrastructure. Unfortunately, litigation between several parties precluded a clear path to property control. 2005 – Quivara Basin Property in the Mission Bay of San Diego, California As HomeFed’s acquisitions officer, I evaluated the potential for converting a long-term leasehold property in a marina owned into an interval ownership resort development. Unfortunately, it was impossible to get a clear read on the terms the public agency that owned the land might offer for extension of the land lease. In addition, there were questions as to whether the interval ownership form of tenure would be consistent with the Local Coastal Plan that applied to the property. 2005 – Dyer Mountain Resort in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California Beginning in mid 2005, I conducted extensive analysis and investigation of an opportunity to gain control of a 7,100-acre ski area and resort opportunity in the Sierra Nevada Mountains adjacent to Lake Almanor approximately 250 miles northeast of San Francisco. This effort led to an executed letter-of-intent between those who controlled the property and a potential buyer. Due to conflicts amongst those who controlled the property, the transaction was never consummated.

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2005 – Nakoma Golf Resort and Villas in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California As HomeFed’s acquisitions officer, I evaluated the potential for a acquiring a partially completed golf resort community near the town of Clio, approximately 140 miles northeast of Sacramento. The site was attractive and the property featured a substantially completed clubhouse built from a historic Frank Lloyd Wright Design. Unfortunately the costs and uncertain market demand made the project infeasible. 2005 – North Fork Ranch in Redding near Mount Shasta in California As HomeFed’s acquisitions officer, I evaluated the feasibility of development on this approximately 3,800-acre property. When management declined to pursue acquisition I found other parties who were interested and earned a $20,000 referral fee for my firm.

2005 – Ewa Plain Property on the Island of Oahu in Hawaii As HomeFed’s acquisitions officer, I conducted a preliminary investigation of the feasibility of acquiring and developing approximately 3,600-acres on the Ewa plain in West Oahu, Hawaii. 2005 – Rancho Del Rio – Orange County – Southern California As the acquisitions officer for HomeFed Corporation, I analyzed this 189-acre property as a potential residential development or mitigation land investment opportunity. The Girl Scouts owned the property and we wanted to help them liberate some value from this site, which they no longer needed. Unfortunately, the environmental characteristics of the property precluded development but were not significant enough to warrant creation of a mitigation bank. 2005 – Fresno Area Property in California’s Central Valley As the acquisitions officer for HomeFed Corporation, I analyzed the potential for a development joint venture with the owner of 150 acres on the northern portion of the City of Fresno. While terms of sale proposed by the property were unattractive, I devised a joint venture that was attractive to the seller. The transaction was not consummated due to reasons unrelated to development feasibility.

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2005 – Chula Vista Bay Font Redevelopment Near San Diego, California As the acquisitions officer for HomeFed Corporation, I analyzed the potential of working with the Chula Vista Redevelopment Agency to develop a 1,500 unit water-oriented residential community in the downtown area of this community, located approximately eight miles south of downtown San Diego. I concluded that the supply of residential units available in downtown San Diego and the potential for cost overruns made the project too risky to pursue. 2005 – Cherry Creek Groundwater Project south of Denver As the acquisition officer for HomeFed Corporation, I evaluated the potential for acquiring a private water company that had significant riparian rights along Cherry Creek about twenty miles south of downtown Denver. Water rights in the State of Colorado are, in some cases, equivalent to real estate and can be bought and sold in a manner similar to land. We ended up passing on this opportunities due to uncertainties related to the amount of water that could be delivered to the service area. 2005 – Pajaro Community Expansion in the Monterey Bay Area of California As the acquisition officer for HomeFed Corporation, I investigated the potential for servicing as the development partner for a 235 expansion of a historically Hispanic community on the southern bank of the Pajaro River in the Pajaro Valley in the Monterey Bay Area of California. Unfortunately, the general plan and zoning ordinance were structured in a manner that recognized an existing and haphazard development pattern, but failed to identify any strategies or guidance for improving and/or accommodating future development in Pajaro. 2005 – Rancho Arroyo Grande on the Central Coast of California As the acquisitions officer for HomeFed Corporation, I analyzed this 3,470-acre property as a possible acquisition for resort and winery development. The property was located about 20 miles south of San Luis Obispo, California—about halfway between Los Angeles to the south and San Francisco to the north.

2005 – Porto Bello Property in the Santa Clarita Valley of Southern California As the acquisition officer for HomeFed Corporation, I investigated the potential for bidding on this 909-acre environmentally challenged property. Information from third parties suggested that full indemnities against the presence of hazardous materials might be available which would increase the value of the property substantially above general perception. When those Page 22 of 49


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assurances proved unobtainable, I abandoned the effort to acquire this property. 2005 – Traditions Master-Planned Community near Carson City, Nevada As the acquisition officer for HomeFed Corporation, I investigated the potential for acquiring or joint venturing the development of a nearly 2,000-acre master-planned community east of Carson City, Nevada. While the property characteristics were desirable and the land use entitlements in place, I concluded that there was insufficient market strength to generate the level of land absorption necessary to offset the initial investment in the land and construction of infrastructure. 2004 – Potential Joint Venture Involvement in a Shanghai Development Zone For a brief period in early 2004, I was in correspondence with various parties who were seeking a joint venture partner for a development zone in the Pudong (new development area of Shanghai. Having worked in the area previously, I was able to determine that the location was favorable. I was able to identify potential partners but no venture agreement was consummated. 2004 – Deerlake Ranch – San Fernando Valley – Southern California In 2000, my firm, The Presidio Group, formed a venture with the owner of a partially completed assemblage of small parcels on the northern edge of the San Fernando Valley in the community of Chatsworth in the City of Los Angeles about 36 miles northwest of downtown. I led the continuing acquisition effort that involved purchasing approximately 400 small parcels. These lots were obtained via transactions with individual owners and through public auctions of tax defaulted properties. The project also involved transforming “Certificates of Compliance” for historic lots that were created prior to the enactment of California’s Subdivision Map Act into a modern subdivision map, including processing of environmental review in compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act. In addition, there was extensive community engagement with residents of an existing sub-standard historic subdivision that had been created in the 1920s, prior to urbanization of the surrounding area.

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2004 – Paradise Hills Property in San Bernardino in Southern California Beginning in 1995, The Presidio Group managed this 404-acre property on behalf of a European investment bank that had acquired it from the Resolution Trust Corporation in 1992. In addition to the usual property management tasks, I undertook a review of development alternatives that might increase the present value of the property. Unfortunately, market conditions were so adverse that there was no alternative but to hold the property and wait for the market to improve. 2004 – Del Rio Hills in the City of Rio Vista in the Delta Area of California Beginning in 2003, The Presidio Group, worked with a homebuilder seeking an off balance sheet method to develop a 422 acre portion of a previously entitled community. Development could not proceed prior to construction of a wastewater treatment facility, which precluded a timely execution of the transaction. This led our financial partner to veto moving forward with this transaction. 2003 – Foothill Center in the City of Azusa in Southern California I evaluated the potential redevelopment of a strip center in the City of Azusa, which is located about 25 miles east of downtown Los Angeles. While the owners were receiving positive signals from the municipality, my analysis demonstrated that there was a discrepancy between what had been documented in an environmental impact report and the vision that the city manager was articulating. This meant that the concept for development was inconsistent with the environmental documentation which would have required considerable time and expense to reconcile. 2003 – Nyack Lodge Property on I-80 in the Sierra Nevada As a principal of The Presidio Group, I conducted an initial feasibility study for the possible acquisition of a historic lodge site and adjacent undeveloped land in the Sierra Nevada Mountains approximately 70 miles east of downtown Sacramento. 2003 – Bruceville/Jacinto Housing in the Sacramento Metropolitan Area On behalf of a small private homebuilder, I evaluated a 98-unit single-family development opportunity on an 8.9-acre side in the City of Sacramento, California. The engagement involved a review of development cost estimates and the status of land use entitlements. 2002 – Big Sky Properties near Missoula in Montana Working through INTERRA Strategies, I participated in an analysis of development and disposition options for approximately 3,800 acres located adjacent to the Big Sky Resort in southwestern Montana about 25 miles northwest of Yellowstone National Park. The analysis involved a comprehensive review of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats associated with the land holding. 2002 – Saddleback Meadows in Southern California Beginning in 1995, The Presidio Group assumed asset management responsibility for several sites that a European investment bank acquired from the Resolution Trust Corporation in 1992. One of these was 220-acre hillside property in southeast Orange County. Back in 1978, the County of Orange had approved a subdivision map for a 705-unit small lot plan for a manufactured housing community. When this plan was approved in 1978, the surrounding area was undeveloped. By the mid 1990s significant development had occurred on the surrounding properties and the neighbors had no enthusiasm for a manufactured housing community—or much of anything else. The new owners attempted to convert the existing subdivision map into a new plan, arguing that they had a vested right to development under the approved final map. Page 24 of 49


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My job was to lead the effort to secure revised entitlements. After two and a half years of processing and several dead-ends, the Orange County Board of Supervisors approved a revised tentative subdivision map in June 1998. That was when the lawsuits began and the subsequent three and a half years were spent fighting the litigation and pursuing possible settlements. Finally, in 2002, a judge convinced the litigating parties that pursuing further litigation might yield uncertain results. With the help of a retired appellate court judge, I negotiated refinements to the land use entitlements and a settlement to the litigation.

2001 – Expert Witness for Development Partnership Litigation As a principal of INTERRA Strategies, I provided expert witness services to a lawyer representing a party to a development venture who felt his partners had taken advantage of him. My work allowed the lawyer to obtain an out-of-court settlement of the matter on behalf of his client. 2001 – The Residences at Spanish Bay in the Monterey Bay Area of California As a principal of the Presidio Group, participated in a joint venture with the Pebble Beach Company that was formed in 1995 to develop the third and final phase of The Residences at Spanish Bay in the Del Monte Forest on the Monterey Peninsula. As managing general partners of the 32-unit town house venture, Presidio directed a major reconfiguring of the project within existing foundations that had previously been poured to maintain California Coastal Commission approvals. The firm also served as general contractor and successfully marketed the project. 2001 – Stonegate Riverside Property in the Sacramento Metropolitan Area As a principal of The Presidio Group, I established a relationship with a gentleman who controlled several hundred acres of property in a developing area of West Sacramento, several miles from the State Capitol. After full investigation of environmental and land use entitlement issues and review of development cost estimates, my staff prepared a pro forma financial analysis that resulted in revenues of about $154 million over costs estimated at $40 million with an internal rate of return of 61%. Based on this analysis, my partners and I entered into an agreement to form a joint venture to acquire and develop the property. 2001 – Witness for Partnership Litigation on Property in Saint George in Southern Utah I was deposed and appeared in court to testify as to the events that had transpired in connection with my work on this property while an employee of Southwest Diversified. The lawyers were grateful for the fact that my files documented the thorough nature of the work that I oversaw a decade prior to the court hearing. Page 25 of 49


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2001 – Bel Marin Keys in the San Francisco Bay Area Plans from the 1960s called for the last phase of the Bel Marin Keys master-planned community to be developed as a 796-lot water-oriented golf community on 1,610 acres adjacent to San Pablo Bay in Marin County, California. In the mid 1990s, the owners of the property retained me and my partners in The Presidio Group to resolve land use entitlements and environmental permits and dispose of the property. We redesigned the project, managed litigation to set aside an illegal downzoning effort and negotiated a sale of the property to the California Coastal Conservancy for $16 million cash in January 2001. 2001 – Tustin Legacy Military Base Reuse in Southern California Beginning in 1998, I led the effort to prepare the master marketing program a 1,600-acre former Marine Corps Air Station in about 35 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles. This included naming the property and preparing the framework for issuing requests for development proposals.

2001– Orange County Regional Airport Authority in Southern California Beginning in 1998, INTERRA Strategies evaluated on behalf of the Orange County Regional Airport Authority (OCRAA), various alternatives for non-airport uses for the former Marine Corps Air Station at El Toro—a 4,800-acre property that had been a jet fighter pilot training facility. OCRRA was a consortium of Orange County municipalities who favored conversion of the former military base into a regional airport. Other jurisdictions in the county favored open space and development alternatives. Our job was to critique the proposed non-airport use alternatives. During this period INTERRA produced several analyses and reports that incorporated both quantitative and qualitative analysis of land use, surface transportation and air transportation topics as well as related environmental issues. 2001 – Tracy Park in the Central Valley of California This 150-acre property became a master-planned addition to the City of Tracy and accommodates sites for 550 single-family homes and a 26-acre sports park. The site was acquired in 1998 and approximately $3.3 million was expended on processing and holding costs. The property was sold to Standard Pacific Corporation in 2001 for $23.5 million. The increase in value resulted from fortuitous timing and the ability to create a rare opportunity— a project exempt from the building permit allocation requirements of the City of Tracy’s Growth Management Ordinance. This was accomplished by dedicating land for a portion of

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the park and using in lieu fees from adjacent developments to pay for additional land acquisition and improvements.

1999 – Stanford University in the San Francisco Bay Area I provided advice to Stanford University concerning the renewal of the General Use Permit for their property. This regulatory document of the County of Santa Clara governs the development of the campus adjacent to the City of Palo Alto and across the surrounding 8,000 acres that are owned by the university. 1999 – Mare Island Naval Shipyard Reuse in the San Francisco Bay Area Working thought INTERRA Strategies, I was involved in preparing a response to request for qualifications and then a request for a proposal to become the master developer for the conversion of the Mare Island Naval Shipyard from military to civilian use. The City of Vallejo chose our client, Lennar Corporation, to be the master developer for the reuse effort.

1999 – Delta Greens Property in the Sacramento Area Working thought INTERRA Strategies, I led an engagement to advise a property owner on the terms and conditions required to secure an investor willing to fund site planning and processing of land use entitlements and environmental permits for development of a 1,000acre property. The assignment included preparation of a financial pro forma and a review of jurisdictional processing and permitting requirements. 1999 – The Hamilton Property Military Base Reuse in the San Francisco Bay Area Working though INTERRA Strategies, I participated in preparing a response to requests for proposals to redevelop the former Hamilton Field that had been a military base since World War II. The proposal was prepared on behalf of a venture between Lennar Communities, Brookfield Homes and the Ecumenical Association for Housing. 1999 – Mountain Spa Development in the Las Vegas Area Working though INTERRA Strategies, I participated in helping a developer refine a merchant builder program for a master-planned community.

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1999 – Sunrise-Douglas Master-Planned Community in the Sacramento Area As a principal of The Presidio Group, I conducted extensive due diligence for the potential acquisition of an approximately 1,200-acre master-planned community entitled for 3,400 residential units and preservation of significant naturally occurring vernal pools (seasonal wetlands) subject to regulation by the Army Corps of Engineers. 1999 – Marine Corp Air Station Hangar Reuse in Southern California Working though INTERRA Strategies, I participated in helping the County of Orange evaluate potential uses for a hangar that was constructed during World War II to house anti-submarine patrol blimps and is one of the largest wood structures in the world. Once the preliminary feasibility analysis was completed my firm was retained to develop a request for proposal package for recruitment of a development partner.

1999 – Reuse of McClellan Air Force Base in the Sacramento Area On behalf of INTERRA Strategies, I led a venture with Lennar Communities that responded to a request for proposals from the County of Sacramento for a development and equity partner for the reuse of a 2,858-acre property that had been a military base since 1939. The proposal included business terms and a financial analysis and conceptual land use plan for the repurposing of the property.

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1998 – Kua Bay Property on the Kona Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii As a principal of The Presidio Group, I investigated the potential for development of a luxury resort community on a 1,400-acre property on the Kona Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii adjacent to the Hualalai Resort that was then under construction. While the site proved to be an outstanding opportunity, it turned out that the parties offering it did not have firm legal control of the site.

1998 – Guthrie Corridor Strategy in the Kuala Lumpur Area Working as a sub-consultant to the KOLL Real Estate Group, I led a team that evaluated the potential for developing a toll road as a means of providing transportation capacity and enhancing access to approximately 12,000 acres owned by Kumpulan Guthrie Berhad. As part of this effort we reviewed topography and environmental characteristics of the properties and prepared conceptual development plans to illustrate how the toll road could influence land uses. The properties are located on the western edge of the Kuala Lumpur metropolitan area in Malaysia.

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1998 – Serrano Heights in Southern California This 531-acre property is located in the City of Orange, about 35 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles. It was acquired in 1992 by a partnership led by an investment bank after it foreclosed on a non-performing savings and loan note that it purchased from the Resolution Trust Corporation. I led the effort to restructure the development agreement and secure environmental permits needed to move forward with development of up to 1,800 residential units. My partners and I also secured terms and conditions for approximately $30 million of public financing for infrastructure and obtained fixed price bids for 20 million cubic yards of grading. The property was sold through a limited bid auction resulting in a sale to a master developer for $52.25 million cash, more than three times the amount offered in 1995.

1997 – Northern Coast of Papua New Guinea Working as a principal of INTERRA Strategies, I led a team that collaborated with urban designer Jack Camp to prepare a waterfront design and development program for the community of Wewak located on the northern coast of the Island of New Guinea, the second largest island in the world (behind Greenland.) This strategy was designed in cooperation with local business leaders as well as provincial and national government leaders. 1997 – Feasibility Analysis for a Sanitary District in California’s Central Valley Working through INTERRA Strategies, I led a team that assessed development opportunities on approximately 500 acres in Bakersfield, California. The property was owned by a public agency—the North of River Sanitary District. 1997 – Development Planning Manager in Papua New Guinea During 1997 and 1998, I lead a team that worked on preparing and processing plans for development of a 5,000-unit residential master-planned community in the capital city district of Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea, a small nation that occupies the eastern half of the island. We spent extensive time in country. 1997 – Orinda Gateway in the San Francisco Bay Area Working through the Presidio Group, I was involved in providing project management and development processing services for a challenging 1,600-acre property located just east of the Caldecott Tunnel. The northerly edge of the property abuts the CA 24 Freeway at this location, which is about 14 miles east of downtown San Francisco. 1997 – Mountain House Master-Planned Community in the Central Valley of California As a principal of The Presidio Group, I conducted an extensive evaluation of this 2,423-acre master planned community. This effort included a review of land use entitlements and the potential for securing public financing of significant infrastructure obligations, including a full pro forma financial analysis. Page 30 of 49


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1997 – Property Site Analysis in Beijing On behalf of a client, I evaluated development feasibility for a site in downtown Beijing, China. Based on challenges associated with the configuration of the site and the inability to assure site control, I concluded that the risks outweighed the potential rewards. 1997 – Paradise Hills Property in Southern California Beginning in 1995, The Presidio Group managed this 404-acre property on behalf of a European investment bank that had acquired it from the Resolution Trust Corporation in 1992. In addition to the usual property management tasks, I undertook a review of development alternatives that might increase the present value of the property. Unfortunately, market conditions were so adverse that there was no alternative but to hold the property and wait for the market to improve. 1997 – Bickford Ranch Due Diligence in the Sacramento Area Beginning late in 1996 and finishing early in 1997, I led an expedited effort to conduct due diligence in connection with a client’s contemplated acquisition of a nearly 2,000-acre property northeast of Sacramento, California in Placer County. While the property presented attractive development opportunities, the analysis identified numerous conflicts between jurisdiction plans and regulations that were likely to frustrate efforts to achieve timely development. The client determined to go forward with the acquisition and was beset by numerous lawsuits, which were not settled until 2005. 1997 – Tuntex Property in the San Francisco Bay Area Working as a principal of INTERRA Strategies, I participated in a team that evaluated development and disposition options for 840 acres of contaminated land that straddled the border between the southeastern edge of the City of San Francisco and the adjacent small municipality of Brisbane. The property owner, a Taiwanese plastics and textile conglomerate called Tuntex had acquired the land from Southern Pacific Railroad in 1989 for $108 million. The original plans for the property consisted of a major regional shopping center, a 3,350-room hotel, and a world trade center and up to 6,400 homes. For a variety of market, environmental and land use entitlement reasons, these plans had gone nowhere. On behalf of the US based managers, we prepared a report designed to communicate to the chairman of the firm the need for a revised plan for development of the property. 1997 – Valley Springs Ranch Property in the Jackson Hole Area On behalf of the son of a prominent San Francisco Bay Area developer, INTERRA Strategies evaluated the feasibility of acquiring and developing a property just south of the existing urbanized area of the resort community of Jackson, Wyoming. We reviewed development trends, community character, development opportunities and constraints affecting the property, which included market and economic trends, community policies and regulations, landform and environmental characteristics of the property and public facilities and infrastructure. The product of this engagement was a report that included a graphic presentation of key conclusions. 1996 – Carlson Properties in the San Francisco Bay Area Over a period of three years, I led an effort to help the owner of 138 acres adjacent to a major highway interchange secure resolution to roadway access and environmental permitting issues preventing the development. The property is located in Vallejo, CA, approximately 34 miles northeast of downtown San Francisco at the northeast quadrant of the interchange of Interstate 80 and Columbus Parkway.

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1996 – Statewide Transit Needs Assessment Proposal for State of Colorado At the request of a Colorado-based transit consulting firm, INTERRA Strategies participated in preparing a proposal for a geo-demographic approach to assessing statewide transit needs in Colorado. I developed the approach, which was based on geo-demographic data analysis. 1996 – Jaeger Properties at the Southern Edge of the Napa Valley Beginning in 1994, I worked as a principal of INTERRA Strategies, Inc., to lead an effort to assist a landowner in resolving land use entitlement strategies for several hundred acres of property located in unincorporated territory in Napa County and adjacent to the City of American Canyon at the southern gateway to the Napa Valley wine country. The property faced significant infrastructure and environmental challenges and was also the location of a historic brick factory that involved soils remediation issues. 1996 – Duncan Canyon Property in Southern California During 1995 and 1996, I was responsible for asset management for this small suburban raw land parcel in San Bernardino County, California. Responsibilities included preparation of a business plan, insuring the integrity of the site, payment of property taxes, an assessment of potential uses and evaluation of disposition options. 1996 – Strategic Planning for Limoneira Company in Southern California Working as a principal of INTERRA Strategies, I organized and led strategic planning workshops for a 100-year old agricultural company based in the Santa Paula Valley of Southern California. At the time, the firm was one of largest lemon growers in the world. It was facing significant challenges and potential opportunities associated with the march of urbanization towards the firm’s land holdings. These sessions resulted in the adoption of a revised mission statement for the firm. 1996 – Ritter Ranch Master-Planned Community in Southern California Working as a principal of INTERRA Strategies, I organized and led an effort to the feasibility of previously approved plans for development of this 10,625-acre property that had been approved by the City of Palmdale for development of approximately 7,000 residential units and associated retail and recreational uses. This analysis involved a review of: environmental issues and regulatory compliance; community and governmental relationships; public infrastructure financing issues, and status of the jurisdictional development agreement. 1996 – Jess Ranch in Apple Valley in the High Desert Area of Southern California I evaluated the feasibility of developing a then distressed active adult community located in the high desert approximately 90 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles. In addition to evaluating the potential for building out 209 finished lots, 630 mapped lots and an additional 1,700 lots, this engagement involved assessing the feasibility of a golf course and a hotel site. 1996 – Residual Chevron Land Company Portfolio As a principal of both INTERRA Strategies and The Presidio Group, I worked with an executive of Chevron Land Company on an attempt to form a land company based on a leveraged buyout of four properties from his employer. The properties comprised approximately 6,000 acres with a build-out potential of about 2,800 residential units. The exurban location of these properties proved to be the fatal flow. The remoteness of the properties precluded arriving at firm conclusions about residential lot absorption. 1996 – McClellan Air Force Base Strategic Reuse in the Sacramento Area I led, as a principal of INTERRA Strategies, Inc., the team that prepared a strategic plan for the privatization and reuse of a 4,800-acre property-- the former McClellan Air Force Base in Page 32 of 49


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Sacramento, California. The plan envisioned reusing the existing runway as a major boulevard and incorporated a strategy for long-term remediation of a portion of a site that required substantial remediation of contaminated soils. The development program called for a balanced mix of residential employment uses with a view towards ensuring long-term economic sustainability.

1996 – North Natomas Property in the Sacramento Area As a principal of INTERRA Strategies, I oversaw a due-diligence investigation of 200 acres in the North Natomas area of the City of Sacramento, for a private investor who was considering acquisition of the property. The property had a build-out potential of 1,925 residential units and the engagement involved a review of: zoning designations and density calculations; drainage conditions; status of a habitat conservation plan; access and infrastructure capacity and availability of public financing to fund construction of infrastructure. 1995 – Former Munitions Plant in the San Francisco Bay Area Working as a principal of INTERRA Strategies, I led a two-stage development feasibility analysis for 167 acres located along the shoreline of San Pablo Bay, approximately 25 miles northeast of downtown San Francisco. The site was the location of a dynamite factory that had been in operation between 1880 and 1977. The analysis involved a financial analysis of the potential profitability of development using a residual land analysis approach. We prepared a written report for the asset manager of the property. 1995 – Litigation Support to the FDIC in Southern California Working as a principal of INTERRA Strategies, I led a team that evaluated development opportunities and constraints for an attractive but challenging site in a hillside area adjacent to the master-planned community of Westlake, south of the U.S. 101 Freeway, on the border between Los Angeles County and Ventura County. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) came to control this property as a result of foreclosing upon an acquisitions and development loan issued by a defunct savings and loan institution. The borrower filed litigation challenging the foreclosure action. The information my team developed enabled lawyers for the FDIC to reach an out-of-court settlement to the lawsuit. 1995 - Habitat Program Assessment for The Conservation Fund in Southern California Working as a principal of INTERRA Strategies and as a sub-consultant to The Conservation Fun, I provided analysis and advice concerning the feasibility of establishing a multi-species habitat conservation program for the approximately 280,000-acre Tejon Ranch on the northern edge of Southern California in the Tehachapi Mountains. 1995 – Xinghuo United Development Corporation in the Shanghai Area of China During 1994 and 1995, I worked as a principal of INTERRA Strategies, Inc., through the Pacific Wind Collaborative, to prepare a detailed land and infrastructure plan for a 4,500-acre industrial project that includes a new town center and resident population of 100,000, outside Page 33 of 49


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of Shanghai, China, plus a conceptual land use plan for an adjacent 4,500-acre area. We spent considerable time in country while working on this planning effort.

1995 – Carpenteria Bluffs Litigation in the Santa Barbara Area of California Working as a principal of INTERRA Strategies, I provided litigation support to lawyers who were working on behalf of a property owner to challenge what they believed to be an arbitrary and capricious Coastal Commission rejection of a proposal for limited development of a coastal bluff property. The effort involved a detailed review and comparison of a 1980 Local Coastal Plan and a 1994 Local Coastal Plan Amendment. 1995 – Strategic Plan Program for Thurn und Taxis Properties in British Colombia On behalf of the Pacific Wind Collaborative, I orchestrated a strategic analysis of development and disposition options for two major properties in British Colombia—the 7,000-acre Horne Lake Property and the 4,500-acre Salt Spring Island property. These holdings are located 180 kilometers northwest and 20 kilometers north of Victoria, BC, respectively.

1995 – Hendler Litigation Concerning Soil Contamination in Southern California Beginning in mid 1994, I led a team from INTERRA Strategies providing support to lawyers pursuing litigation against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, alleging inverse condemnation as a result of the configuration of a site remediation program designed to eliminate a plume of contaminants from a nearby waste disposal site. This engagement involved preparation and analysis of a variety of conceptual development plans and alternative remediation configurations, including preparation of detailed cost estimates. It also provided the opportunity to be on the stand before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals of the United States.

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1994 – Signal Hill Planned Community in Southern California In the late 1980s, my employer formed a joint venture with a small oil company to remediate and redevelop approximately 100 hilltop acres in this small hillside community that is surrounded by the City of Long Beach and located about 23 miles south of downtown Los Angles. Originally, I worked as an employee of Southwest Diversified and later I was employed as a consultant through INTERRA Strategies. Over the course of five years, I provided development processing, litigation management and community consensus building services to resolve the redevelopment program for this property.

1994 – Limited Development for The Nature Conservancy in the Sacramento Area Working as a principal of INTERRA Strategies, I led a team that worked with landscape architect and planner, Lawrence Halprin who had planned the famous Sea Ranch community on California’s Sonoma Coast in the 1960’s. We devised a limited development and riparian conservation plan for 4,300 acres along the Consumnes River south of Sacramento, California. 1993 – Port Blakely Tree Farm Properties in the Seattle Area As an executive of Southwest Diversified, I investigated the potential of forming a land use entitlement processing and development joint venture with Port Blakely Tree farms to assume responsibility for planning and processing three major master-planned community developments in the greater Seattle area. The properties comprised 4,500 acres and had a likely build-out potential of 4,800 units and 2.4 million square feet of commercial uses. 1992 – Open Space and Habitat Management Plan in the Santa Barbara Area In connection with land use entitlement efforts for a 159-acre coastal bluff property in Santa Barbara County, I led preparation of an open space and habitat management plan. This involved a cooperative effort with the Santa Barbara Natural History Museum and the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden. 1992 – Truly Property in the Seattle Area As an employee of Southwest Diversified, I worked with an owner of 92 freeway-adjacent acres in Bothell, Washington, about 15 miles northeast of downtown Seattle to evaluate the development potential for his property which had been a family asset for decades. The property had the potential for both institutional and commercial uses. Unfortunately, deteriorating economic conditions caused my firm to suspend new acquisitions before I could consummate this transaction. 1992 – Cowell Ranch Due Diligence in the San Francisco Bay Area On behalf of Southwest Diversified, I led an evaluation of the feasibility of forming a joint venture with the Cowell Foundation to pursue development of approximately 1,900 acres in Contra Costa County, about 50 miles of downtown San Francisco. Concerns about the remoteness of the site and Page 35 of 49


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1992 – Golf Oriented Master-Planned Community in Saint George, Utah As an executive of Southwest Diversified, I began work in mid 1991 on a potential joint venture to plan and process a 1,631-residential unit community surrounding a municipally owned golf course. The presence of the desert tortoise, an endangered species, required extensive work on a habitat conservation plan prior to formalization of the joint venture in late 1992.

1992 – La Viña Specific Plan in Southern California The original developer of the 272-unit hillside single-family subdivision located approximately 15 miles north of downtown Los Angeles on the site of the former La Viña Respiratory Hospital needed additional financial resources and processing skills to bring the project to fruition. I led the effort to obtain the support of the NAACP for the project, becoming Altadena NAACP Chapter Citizen of the Year for 1990, defended a landmark court case which affirmed Los Angeles County’s right to delegate preparation of the environmental document, so long as it exercised independent review and scrutiny and won major approvals for the project, including a community facilities financing district.

1991 – Claremont Hillside Development in Southern California While working for Southwest Diversified, I led an evaluation of the feasibility of development on portions of approximately 700 hillside acres above the college town of Claremont. Concerns about the legal status of the City of Claremont’s transfer of development rights program as well as potential high infrastructure costs led to abandoning the project. 1991 – Hidden Valley Ranch in the San Diego Area While working for Southwest Diversified, I led the effort to secure land use approvals, environmental permits and establish water and sewer service agreements for a 1,400-acre property located outside of a service boundary established by the County of San Diego.

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1988 – Banning-Lewis Ranch in the Colorado Springs Area My family and I relocated to Colorado Springs, CO, in late 1985, where I undertook the challenge of preparing and processing of the master plan for the Banning-Lewis Ranch. This is an approximately 24,000-acre property located on what was then the eastern edge of the City of Colorado Springs. The planning effort involved preparing an analysis of property constraints and opportunities and developing a detailed, yet flexible, master plan to guide development of the property. I also negotiated a comprehensive municipal annexation and development agreement with the City. I led the planning and annexation processes to completion in three years.

1988 – El Dorado Hills Specific Plan near Sacramento When I arrived at El Dorado Hills Communities, processing of a specific plan to guide development of a 3,800-acre area had ground to a halt. County officials wanted funding for a freeway interchange for access to the U.S. 50 freeway, approximately 28 miles east of downtown Sacramento. I led an effort to secure development agreement that guaranteed that Page 37 of 49


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land use entitlements would not be revoked so long as funding for the freeway interchange was forthcoming from development within the area encompassed by the specific plan. This led to County adoption of the development agreement by the following summer. Based on this approval, the property was sold to investors for $65 million cash later in 1989. 1985 – Five-Year Development Program for The Irvine Company in Southern California In 1983, I assumed responsibility for the annual update of a five-year development program for The Irvine Company. This document incorporated a review of economic and market conditions. This analysis served as the basis for an investment program that governed infrastructure investments in support the company’s development program.

1985 – Transportation Corridor Agencies in Southern California Beginning in 1981, I staffed The Irvine Company’s effort to create a new form of roadway development organization. This led to legislative enactments at the state and Federal level that created the Transportation Corridor Agencies. A key aspect of this effort was securing consensus within the land development and homebuilding community in support of a building permit fee that would fund a portion of the cost of these roadways. These organizations ultimately constructed 70 miles of limited-access toll roads. 1985 – Facilities District for the Irvine Unified School District in Southern California Following enactment of the Mello Roos Act in 1982, work began on creating a community facilities district to finance schools on newly developing lands within the Irvine Unified School District. Most of this undeveloped property was owned by The Irvine Company. Working with school district officials work was completed on establish the Irvine Unified School District Community Facilities District No 86-1 just as I resigned to take a position in Colorado in late 1985. The financing district was empowered to issue $1.1 billion in debt to fund construction of new school facilities within the 38,000-acre financing district.

1984 – Upper Peters Canyon Specific Plan in Southern California Following the 1979 adoption of a general plan amendment for 1,600 acres of Irvine Company land that lay within the jurisdictional sphere-of-influence for the City or Orange, work began on a specific plan for development of 230 acres adjacent to existing development. I oversaw this planning effort, which involved significant community outreach to address concerns of residents of nearby low-density residential neighborhoods. The Upper Peters Canyon Specific Plan was adopted by the City of Orange in August 1984. Page 38 of 49


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1983 – Airport Land Use Compatibility During the 1980s, the land holdings of The Irvine Company were directly affected by three airports: a ten million annual passenger commercial facility (John Wayne Airport – SNA) a 1,600acre military base with a major heavy-lift helicopter terminal (Marine Corps Air Station at Tustin) and a 4,800-acre military base where jet fighter training flights, including aircraft carrier landing and takeoff simulations were conducted (Marine Corps Air Station at El Toro.) These facilities presented numerous land use compatibility challenges and I lead an effort whereby greater certainty concerning current and future operations was obtained.

1982 – Creation of Community Facilities Financing Districts in California The enactment of Proposition 13 in California in 1978 restricted the ability of local government to finance new infrastructure via ad-valorem property tax levies. Working with interest groups representing local government, general business and the development community, I participated in drafting legislation to establish a new method of financing infrastructure to service development. This legislation is known as the Mello-Roos Act in honor of the two legislators who sponsored it. It created the ability to form special taxing districts to fund facilities such as roads, schools and flood control improvements. 1982 – Williamson Act Agricultural Preserve Non-Renewals in Southern California Following legislative legal decisions affecting the process by which agricultural preservation contracts could be terminated, legislation was enacted that provided, I evaluated and recommended execution a program non-renewing several preserves that would likely be needed for development. The Board of Directors of The Irvine Company approved this program and I implemented it. 1981 – Federal Regulatory and Legislative Advocacy Program In order to move forward on resolving issues with adjacent military basis, secure funding for connections to toll roads and implement broader area-wide programs for compliance with Page 39 of 49


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Federal wetlands and endangered species legislation, I established a Washington, DC-based advocacy program. Thirty years later, the individual recruited for this program continues to work for The Irvine Company. As a result of this program, I was able to secure significant funding for affordable housing development as well as funding for connection of toll roads to the Interstate Highway System. 1980 – Upper Newport Bay Watershed Management Program in Southern California Representing The Irvine Company, the owner of most of the land in the watershed, I led a team that orchestrated consensus amongst fifteen government agencies on a program to reduce sedimentation in a major California coastal estuary. The result was a program of dredging combined with implementation of new sediment run-off controls.

1979 – Implementation of Housing Litigation Settlement in Southern California Upon joining The Irvine Company in February 1978, I was tasked with leading the implementation of an out-of-court settlement to a lawsuit brought by a fair housing organization. The result was the creation of over 4,800 units of apartments, twenty percent of which were subsidized for occupancy by low-income households. A lawyer colleague and I mobilized a combination of financing from the Government National Mortgage Association and subsidies from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to accomplish this result. 1979 – Legislation Authorizing Development Agreements in California One of my first jobs at The Irvine Company was to secure legislation to provide for a high standard of vested rights once development approvals are obtained. This was critical due to the need for additional private investment in infrastructure to supplant the diminished public investment capability resulting from the enactment of taxation and expenditure limitations. The effort was successful and resulted in the adoption of Assembly Bill 853 in 1979. This law authorized local governments to enter into long-term development agreements with private developers. 1978 – An Urban Strategy for California I joined the staff of the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research in early 1976 and began working on a report on urban policy, ultimately becoming one of three principal contributors to An Urban Strategy for California that was adopted by the Governor in February 1978. This strategic plan contained fourteen broad goals, three priorities for the location of urban development (infill, adjacent and contiguous to existing development) and forty-five actions.

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1977 – Review of California Housing and Community Development Legislation One of my responsibilities while at the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research was to prepare analyses of legislative proposals in the areas of housing and community development. These were submitted to the Governor’s legislative staff for consideration. During this time, the question of how to enforce the requirement for a housing element of the general plans required of cities and counties became controversial. I represented the Governor on several teams established to negotiate details of proposed legislation. 1976 – Report on Costs of Implementing the California Environmental Quality Act I was detailed from the California State Department of Finance to the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research to prepare a report on direct and indirect costs of implementing the California Environmental Quality Act. The law had been enacted by the California State Legislature and interpreted to extend to privately proposed projects by a decision of the California Supreme Court handed down in September 1972 [8 Cal.3d 247 (1972) 502 P.2d 1049104 Cal. Rptr. 761.] 1976 – Review of the California Coastal Plan In accordance with a request from the Governor’s Office to the State Department of Finance, I prepared an extensive review of the California Coastal Plan that was prepared in response to a ballot proposition enacted by the voters to create the California Coastal Commission in 1973. 1975 – Occupational Health and Safety Program Review in California I prepared a report that reviewed the effectiveness and efficiency of the occupational health and safety program administered by California’s Department of Industrial Relations under mandates from state and Federal laws. 1975 – Medi-Cal Reimbursements and County Hospitals - California My first assignment as an analyst for the Program Evaluation Unit of the Audits Division of the California State Department of Finance involved preparing a report that reviewed the efficiency and effectiveness of the reimbursement system whereby county operated hospitals were reimbursed for the cost of services provided to clients of the medical insurance program for welfare recipients. This program is called “Medi-Cal” in California and is known as “Medic-Aid” elsewhere in the United States. 1974 – Municipal Loan Apartment Rehabilitation Financing Packages – New York City During the course of my first employment following graduate school, I worked on a neighborhood preservation program operated by the City of New York. In the Crown Heights Neighborhood of Brooklyn, I evaluated numerous apartment buildings for modest and major rehabilitation and worked with property owners to prepare rehabilitation loan financing applications using funding provided through the sale of tax-exempt municipal bonds.

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1971 – Parcel Records and Mapping for Land Use Inventory in the San Francisco Bay Area My first job following college graduation involved updating and correcting property parcel records and parcel maps by field-checking land uses throughout the 802 square miles of Contra Costa County east of San Francisco. This effort was the first stage of a countywide land use and transportation study of this rapidly growing area. The population of the county was 558,389 in 1970 and it grew to 1,049,025 by 2010, per the U.S. Census. 1970 – Research for Opponents to Displacement in the San Francisco Bay Area During my senior year of college, I researched conditions associated with single room occupancy hotels in the City of San Francisco on behalf of the Tenants and Owners Opposed to Redevelopment in the Yerba Buena Redevelopment Area of San Francisco. This effort led to litigation filed by the National Housing Law Project which was settled by an agreement to develop new housing suitable for residents of single room occupancy hotels.

PUBLICATIONS Articles, Case Studies and Books Oliver, H.P., Mouchly, E., & Netherton, L. (1999). The Business of Master-Planned Communities. In A. Schmitz (ED.), Trends and Innovations in Master-Planned Communities. Washington, DC: the Urban Land Institute. Oliver, H.P., & Kremer, P. (1979). Housing Supply and Demand in California. Urban Land Magazine, (Vol. 32, No. 2). Oliver, H. P. and Kuhlman, D. (2013) Orange Vista: A Development Manager Plays Quarterback. Ithaca, NY: Baker Program in Real Estate at Cornell University. Oliver, H. P. and Michetti, M. (2013) Rolling Valley: Discovering Highest and Best Use. Ithaca, NY: Baker Program in Real Estate at Cornell University.

TEACHING AND OUTREACH Cornell University •

CRP 2000 – The Promise and Pitfalls of Contemporary Urban Planning (Fall 2011 and 2012) During the summer of 2010, I reconstructed the syllabus for this course and then taught it to sophomore urban and regional studies students as well as students from other majors across Cornell. I required ten written papers and a final project with a substantial annotated bibliography.

CRP 5320 – Real Estate Development Process (Fall 2009 and 2010) Working with Adjunct Professor Tom Samuels from Chicago, I co-taught this course that provides an overview of all aspects of the real estate development process. There are seven case study assignments throughout the semester and several opportunities for student presentations.

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CRP 6580 – Residential Development (Spring 2009, 2010 and 2011) Working with students involved in Cornell University Sustainable Design, I created this course. Students study the development process and work with a landowner to design a real-world residential development project that incorporates principles of sustainable design and construction.

CRP 6290 – Real Estate Communications (Spring 2009 and 2010) I created the syllabus and taught this two-unit course for graduate real estate students. The focus was on business-oriented written and oral presentations as well as more informal communication.

CRP 6580 – Residential Development (Spring 2009, 2010 and 2011) During Spring Semester 2009, I assisted Brad Olson, the former Director of the Program in Real Estate at Cornell, who created this course and taught it for a decade. In Spring 2010, I assumed sole responsibility for the course. This is a workshop course where we take a site from raw land to sales and marketing of a residential development in fifteen weeks. Students work in teams and there are seven project deliverables throughout the course of the semester. The course culminates in a presentation where representatives of the actual property owner come to Cornell to view and critique the student presentations.

CRP 6594 – Real Estate and Urban Design Competitions (Fall 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012) I organized and taught portions of this one half semester once a week course designed to prepare students to participate in competitions such as the Urban Land Institute/Gerald Hines competition that is held in January of each year. Deni Ruggeri from landscape architecture helped in 2009 and Marc Miller of that department helped in 2010 and 2011.

CRP 7970 – Principle Driven Leaders (Fall 2010) Working with Robert Schwarting, I participated in creating and delivering this leadership development course.

Regional Meetings of the Cornell Real Estate Conference (2009 and 2010) One of the responsibilities of my senior lecturer position with the Program in Real Estate was to organize and participate in eight regional meetings of the 1,400-member Cornell Real Estate Council in major metropolitan areas throughout the United States.

Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference (2009 and 2010) I was responsible for organizing the program content of this annual gathering of several hundred senior real estate practitioners and the fifty graduate students in the Program in Real Estate.

University of California at Irvine •

Extension Course on Master-Planned Communities (1980 and 1994) Working with Al Bell from the Orange County Department of Planning, I created and co-taught an extension course on the master-planned communities of Orange County in 1980. I offered a similar course fourteen years later.

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Light Construction and Development Management Program (1997 through 2000) I was a guest lecturer and discussion leader for several sessions of this program for persons working full-time in fields of land development or construction.

The Urban Land Institute Real Estate School •

Development Planning and Processing (2001 through 2005) I was a presenter at the Urban Land Institute’s annual weeklong real estate school. My topics included development planning and processing and compliance with environmental regulations that affect property development.

Presentations at Conferences and Seminars •

Cornell Real Estate Industry Seminar (2008) I made a presentation on the business of master-planned community development.

Urban Land Institute (1984, 1986, 1991, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2002, 2005) I made presentations at seminars on community development on how to manage planning and development processing challenges facing master-planned communities.

American Planning Association – California Chapter Conference (1996) I made a presentation on the challenge of forecasting the future when planning.

Transportation Research Board (1995) I presented a review of TRB Special Report 245 on the topic of Expanding Metropolitan Highways: Implications for Air Quality and Energy Use.

INDUSTRY AND PROFESSIONAL INVOLVEMENT American Planning Association / American Institute of Certified Planners I was a member of both the former American Society of Planning Officials and American Institute of Planning and became a charter member of the American Planning Association upon its formation in 1978. That same year I passed the examination and became a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners.

The Urban Land Institute I have been a full member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) since 1981. My ULI involvement includes: • • • •

Sustainable Development Council – I joined this council in 2011, and serve as its Membership Vice Chair Transit-Oriented Development Council - I was a member of the Transit Oriented Development Council from 2008 to 2011 Awards Jury - My term as a juror for the Awards for Excellence ran from 1998 through 2001. Community Development Council - I was a member of the Community Development Council from 1991 to 2008, during which time I served as Chairman of the Gold Flight (from 1999 to 2005), as Assistant Chairman first for the Silver Flight and Page 44 of 49


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then for the Gold Flight (1997 to 1999) and as Research Vice Chairman of the Gold Flight (1993 to 1997.) Environmental Task Force - I was a member of the Environmental Task Force from 1994 to 1997. Development Infrastructure and Services Council - During my time on the Development Infrastructure and Services Council, I served as Vice Chairman (from 1986 to 1991. Development Regulations Council - I was a member of the Development Regulations Council from 1983 to 1986. Research Committee - I served as an active member of the Research Committee from 1984 to 1997. Growth Problems Task Force - I served on the Growth Problems Task Force (from 1987 to 1991.)

Urban Land Institute Panel Advisory Service Reports - Between 1984 and 2003, I participated in seven weeklong Urban Land Institute Panel Advisory Service engagements, serving as chair of the 2003 Midtown Missoula panel. With one exception, these engagements resulted in a published report of the analysis and recommendations of the expert panel. •

2003 - Midtown Missoula. Evaluated a redevelopment district's most pressing needs and redevelopment opportunities. The Urban Land Institute published the report.

2001 - Little Rock, Arkansas. Evaluated and recommended strategies for redevelopment in the mid-town area of Little Rock Arkansas. The Urban Land Institute published the report.

1996 – Bellevue, Washington. Analyzed opportunities for and recommended actions for refocusing and intensifying the ongoing development of a suburban edge city in the greater Seattle Area.

1993 – Compaq Computer Corporation Headquarters Site in Houston, TX. Reviewed and recommended redirection of development programming for a 700-acre corporate campus site that was located on the north side of the greater Houston metropolitan region.

1990 – Summerlin Master-Planned Community in Las Vegas. Evaluated the strategic direction, organization and staffing for an organization pursuing development of a master-planned community on the east side of the rapidly growing metropolitan area of Las Vegas, NV.

1988 - Rancho California in the Southern California Community of Temecula. Evaluated the long-term development strategy for the 87,500-acre former Vail Ranch in southern Riverside County, 85 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles.

1984 – Regional Development Strategy for Tucson, Arizona. Participated as a member of a panel recruited to evaluate regional development and growth management strategies for the greater Tucson area of southern Arizona.

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Contributions to Urban Land Institute Publications Platt, K. (2011). Master-Planned Communities: Lessons from the Developments of Chuck Cobb. Washington, DC: the Urban Land Institute. I reviewed this document prior to publication. Schmitz, A. (Ed.) (2004). Residential Development Handbook (3 Edition). Washington, DC: the Urban Land Institute. I reviewed this document prior to publication. rd

Peiser, R. & Frej, A. (2003). Professional Real Estate Development (2 Edition). Washington, DC: the Urban Land Institute I reviewed this document prior to publication. nd

Kulash, W. (Ed.) (2000). Residential Streets (3 Edition). Washington, DC: the American Society of Civil Engineers, the National Association of Homebuilders and the Urban Land Institute. I served on a task force in 1990 that led to the publication of the first edition of this book and reviewed the subsequent editions prior to publication. rd

Ewing, R. (1991). Developing Successful New Communities. Washington, DC: the Urban Land Institute. I reviewed this book on behalf of the publisher prior to publication. Schmitz, A. (Ed.) (1995). Myths and Facts about Transportation and Growth (2 Edition). Washington, DC: the Urban Land Institute. I contributed to this booklet that was first published in 1989 and updated in 1995. Over 40,000 copies have been distributed. nd

Lambda Alpha I was elected to Lambda Alpha, the honorary land economics society, in 1982.

Center for Natural Lands Management I joined the board of this California based not-for-profit corporation in 2003 and have served as Treasurer since 2006. The firm manages natural habitat lands in perpetuity and currently is responsible for approximately 70,000 acres in over 80 preserves located throughout California and the State of Washington. The balance of the endowment for which I am responsible stood at approximately $60 million as of late 2011.

Transportation Model Improvement Program I served on the Review Panel for the Transportation Model Improvement Program (TMIP) of the United States Department of Transportation from 1995 to 1998. TMIP was a multi-year effort to modernize the computerized transportation modeling programs that, among other purposes, are used to evaluate the impact of development on transportation facilities.

Natural Communities Conservation Program of the State of California I played a key role in helping the California Resources Agency establish the Natural Communities Conservation Planning Program during 1991 and 1992. This is the effort to establish a comprehensive multi-species habitat conservation program for Southern California as an alternative to dealing with endangered species on a case-by-case basis.

Jamboree Housing Corporation I served as a founding board member of Jamboree Housing Corporation, a Southern California-based not-for-profit corporation established in 1990 to develop and manage housing for low and moderate-income households in the City of Irvine, California. My board service for this organization continued until 1998.

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Building Industry Associations in California I served on the board and legislative committees of the Building Industry Association of Southern California and the California Building Industry Association from 1981 through 1985.

California Planning Roundtable I was a founding member and vice chairman of the California Planning Roundtable from 1981 to 1984, rejoined it from 1997 to 2006.

UC Davis Land Use and Transportation Center In 2010, I became a founding member of the Board of Advisors to the Urban Land Use and Transportation Center at UC Davis.

COMMUNITY SERVICE Jesuit High School – Sacramento, CA - Booster I was an active supporter of this high school for young men from 1999 to 2005. Orange County Taxpayer’s Association I served as an adviser to this citizen watchdog group during the 1990s. Colorado Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau My service on the board of this organization began in 1986 and ended in mid 1989. Colorado Springs Opera Festival I was a board member from 1986 to 1989. Colorado Springs Citizens for Downtown Action I was a board member from 1987 to 1989. United Way of Orange County My service began as a program evaluator in 1980 and I was a board member from 1982 to 1985. Sutton Extended Care Services I served as a board member of this not-for-profit organization from 1981 to 1985. It operates residences for people who are developmentally challenged.

AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS 2011 • • 2005 •

Alumnus of the Year for the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at San Francisco State University Nominated to the Sustainable Development Council of the Urban Land Institute

Recognized as an emeritus member by the California Planning Roundtable

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2001 • 2000 • 1998 • 1994 •

1991 • 1990 •

Elected as a member of the board of directors of the Center for Natural Lands Management, a California based not-for-profit firm that manages habit lands in perpetuity

Inducted into the Urban Land Institute’s Panel Advisory Service Honorary Association (PASHA) for service on five week-long panel advisory engagements

Recognized by City of Tracy, CA, for creation of the Tracy Sports Complex

Appointed as chair of a Community Development Council for the Urban Land Institute

Nominated as a founding member of the Environmental Task Force for the Urban Land Institute which became the Environmental Council and then the Sustainable Development Council Founding board member of Jamboree Housing Corporation, an Orange County, CAbased not-for-profit affordable housing development firm Designated as Citizen of the Year by the Altadena Chapter of the National Association of the Advancement of Colored People

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Colorado Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau – Community Service Award

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Elected as a member of the board of directors of the United Way of Orange County

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Elected to Lambda Alpha, the honorary land economics society

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Founding member of the California Planning Roundtable

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Inducted as a Member of the American Institute of Certified Planners

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Selected to represent San Francisco State University at the Ford Foundation conference on urban and social development in New York City

PERSONAL INFORMATION Place of Birth

San Francisco, CA

Citizenship

USA

Sex

Male

Spouse

Rosemarie Oliver, MS, RDN Rosemarie is a consulting dietitian for Thomas Cuisine where she provides nutrition support to seniors residing at continuing care facilities operated by Providence Health & Services in the greater Settle area. She is a board member of Seattle Shakespeare.

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