(1) The "Alternatives Analysis" required by Section 15-102(1) must include:
(a) Detailed explanations of: (i) why the continuation of the original use of the land as outdoor park or recreation land is no longer practicable or possible and has ceased to serve the public interest; (ii) why the proposed transfer or conversion is necessary for the public interest; (iii) why there is no reasonable and practical alternative to the proposed transfer or conversion; and (vi) all other requirements or restrictions applicable to the use of the land, including but not limited to those imposed or created under any dedication; will; deed; deed of trust; federal or Commonwealth grant agreement; easement; historic, natural landmark, or other designation; or declaration of covenants.
(b) A description of: (i) the current outdoor park or recreation land proposed to be transferred or converted, including a location map and photographs; (ii) the impact of the transfer or conversion on current outdoor park or recreational uses at the site; (iii) the environmental impact of the proposed transfer or conversion on the site (including impact on storm water management, natural habitat, canopy preservation, and noise, light, and water pollution); and (iv) the effect of the proposed transfer or conversion on traffic and parking;
(c) A list of all community groups with whom the transferee met to discuss the proposed transfer or conversion (including but not limited to what are commonly called "Friends Groups" and "Recreation Advisory Councils") and copies of any letters or e-mails the transferee received about the proposed transfer or conversion from those groups, its members, or other members of the public;
(d) An analysis of the most reasonable alternatives that do not require the transfer or conversion, including but not limited to an analysis of those alternatives' costs, environmental impact, and traffic and parking impact, and why those alternatives were judged to be impractical or unreasonable; and
(e) A description of the proposed Substitute Land, including: (i) a location map and photographs; (ii) an analysis of the proposed Substitute Land's built and natural resources and its usefulness as outdoor park or recreation land, including without limitation consideration of traffic, parking, and proximity to other open space; and (iii) other environmental reports typically required by the City before it acquires property.