Program of Events

Sunday, Aug. 5


6:30 AM – 12:30 PM ADC Charity Golf Tournament

Poppy Hills, Pebble Beach

Proceeds will be donated to the Central Coast Veterans Cemetery Foundation, an organization dedicated to honoring those who have served the cause of freedom by providing the funds for the perpetual upkeep, maintenance and enhancements for the Central Coast State Veterans Cemetery at the former Fort Ord Army Base.

Additional fee event; attendees must pre-register


Transportation to Poppy Hills will be provided. Attendees should meet
at the main entrance of the Monterey Conference Center for a 6:30 AM departure.

8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Exhibitor Setup – Serra Grand Ballroom I

10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Registration/Information Desk Open – Serra Grand Ballroom I
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM Monterey Wine Tour

Additional fee event; attendees must pre-register


Transportation, food and beverages are included in the Monterey Wine Tour.
Attendees should meet at the main entrance of the Monterey Conference
Center for an 11:00 AM departure.


(Shared Services Part I) Advanced Look at Public-Public Partnerships
and Structuring Shared Services Agreements –
Ferrante II & III (Breakout Rooms; Ferrante III, and Colton I, II, & III)

This workshop is designed to deliver a hands-on experience for participants
coming from DoD and defense communities, and consultants. The workshop is
divided into two major components. In the first half of the session, representatives
will highlight the successes and challenges of their respective partnership

Following these presentations, workshop participants will have an opportunity
to experience a state-of-the-art P4 simulation exercise. Presenters will outline
the parameters of a table-top exercise that was developed at Quantico
and successfully brought together representatives from more than 30 different
local communities, interest groups and DoD organizations. Since that
time, the P4 simulation exercise has been re-defined and applied to other

To accomplish this exercise, the workshop participants will be divided
into several small working groups. Under the guidance of an experienced
facilitator, the small groups will conduct a table-top exercise that practices
the initial steps for creating new successful partnerships among a multitude
of possible stakeholders. This one-of-a-kind learning experience will
conclude the workshop and provide the audience with a unique perspective
for future collaborations in their own respective communities.

This exciting pre-conference session is Part 1 of a 3-part event. Part 2 will feature an interactive mobile tour of the Presidio of Monterey on Tuesday, August 7, from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM.  Part 3 will be an after-action review that will look ahead at next steps.  ADC highly encourages conference attendees to register for this innovative and engaging experience!


  • David Bugher, Assistant City Manager, City of Lakewood, WA
  • Daniel J. Choike, Col. (Ret) USMC, Former Garrison Commander of
    Marine Corps Base Quantico, Quantico, VA
  • Kyle Massey, Lead Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton, Washington, DC
  • Lt. Col. Lance McCuiston, an 838th AEAG Civil Engineer, U.S. Air
    Force, Klamath Falls, OR
  • Fred Meurer, City Manager, City of Monterey, CA
  • Pamela von Ness, Deputy Garrison Commander, Presidio of Monterey,
  • Hans Uslar, Interim Deputy City Manager, Plans and Public Works,
    City of Monterey, CA

1:30 PM – 4:30 PM LRA Directors Retreat – De Anza III

LRA Directors are invited to an informal lunch to discuss the current issues and challenges facing base redevelopment communities. All LRA Directors and Deputies are invited.


  • Steve Levesque, Executive Director, Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority, Brunswick, ME

3:00 PM – 4:30 PM Defense Energy Council Meeting – Bonsai I & II

ADC’s newest council brings together those interested in furthering renewable energy projects on DoD lands. The council will facilitate the exchange of valuable industry feedback on renewable energy project development in the military services, share best practices, challenges and issues between industry leaders and identify ways to improve renewable energy project development. The group will also share lessons learned and recommendations for improvements with DoD leaders and provide feedback to the ADC Board of Directors on ways ADC as an organization can advance and improve the development of renewable energy projects. All interested stakeholders are invited to attend the inaugural meeting.


  • Anita Molino, President, Bostonia, Boston, MA
  • Robert Tritt, Partner, McKenna, Long & Aldrige, LLP, Atlanta, GA
4:30 PM – 6:00 PM Networking Happy Hour in the ADC Marketplace - Serra Grand Ballroom I

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