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COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA GENERAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT Isla Vista Clinic Building Office Space 970 Embarcadero del Mar, Isla Vista CA. REQUEST FOR LEASE PROPOSALS October 15, 2014 Notice is hereby given that proposals are being accepted to lease office space at the SANTA BARBARA COUNTY owned property, known as the Isla Vista Clinic Building, located at 970 EMBARCADERO DEL MAR, ISLA VISTA, CALIFORNIA. Proposals will be received by the General Services Department, until 3:00 p.m., Friday, October 24, 2014. At this date and time, all proposals will be publicly opened and the names of the Proposers will be read aloud. Use of the Clinic building is restricted to government or qualified non-profit organizations. If you qualify as such, please submit a proposal in accordance with the instructions provided in the full Request For Proposal, which is available on the County website at; Sealed proposals should be MAILED , or hand delivered, to the following address: County of Santa Barbara Isla Vista RFP Response General Services Department-Support Services 1105 Santa Barbara Street, Second Floor Santa Barbara, CA 93101 If further information is needed regarding this Request For Proposals, please contact Greg Chanis, at (805) 568-3096 or by email at; It is the responsibility of the Proposer to see that any proposals submitted shall have sufficient time to be received prior to the proposal opening time. Late proposals will be returned to the Proposer unopened. Proposals will not be accepted by telephone, facsimile, or e-mail. Upon final selection of potential tenant(s), lease terms, including rent, will be negotiated. The final lease agreement will be subject to approval by the County Board of Supervisors, or designee. OCT 21 / 2014 - 48439
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