Tuesday, August 20, 2013

 

 

5:00 p.m.

 

 

SPECIAL MEETING

 

 

Council Hearing Room

990 Palm Street

 

 

CALL TO ORDER:              Mayor Jan Marx

 

ROLL CALL:                        Council Members John Ashbaugh, Dan Carpenter, Carlyn Christianson, Vice Mayor Kathy Smith, and Mayor Jan Marx

 

PUBLIC COMMENT ON CLOSED SESSION ITEM

 

 

CLOSED SESSION

 

 

CONFERENCE REGARDING PROPERTY NEGOTIATIONS

Pursuant to Government Code § 54956.8

Property:                                                         APN 070-304-005

Property Owner negotiator:                            Barrie and Melanie Cleveland

City of San Luis Obispo Negotiators:            Katie Lichtig, Michael Codron, Christine Dietrick, Robert Hill

Negotiations:                                                   Provide direction regarding price and terms of a potential transaction

 

 

CONFERENCE REGARDING PROPERTY NEGOTIATIONS

Pursuant to Government Code § 54956.8

Property:                                                         APN 053-151-016

Property Owner Negotiator:                           BNB, a California General Partnership

City of San Luis Obispo Negotiators:            Tim Bochum, Peggy Mandeville, J. Christine Dietrick, Andrea S. Visveshwara, Cathy Springford of Hamner, Jewell & Associates, Michael Yoshiba of Richard, Watson Gershon

Negotiations:                                                   Provide direction to City negotiators regarding price and terms of payment

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – Anticipated Litigation

Pursuant to Government Code § 54956.9 (d)(4)

One (1) potential case: APN 053-151-016

 

 

 

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – Existing Litigation

Pursuant to Government Code § 54956.9(a)

Daniel McDow v. City of San Luis Obispo

San Luis Obispo Superior Court Case No. CV 130381

 

 

Adjourn to Regular Meeting of August 20, 2013

 

 

 

6:00 p.m.

 

REGULAR MEETING

 

Council Chamber

990 Palm Street

 

 

CALL TO ORDER:              Mayor Jan Marx

 

ROLL CALL:                        Council Members John Ashbaugh, Dan Carpenter, Carlyn Christianson, Vice Mayor Kathy Smith, and Mayor Jan Marx

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Council Member Smith          

 

REPORT FROM CLOSED SESSION - (DIETRICK)

 

 

APPOINTMENTS

 

 

 

A1.      appointMENT OF RACHEL PATRANELLA to the TOURISM BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT BOARD. – (smith/ashbaugh/schroeder – 5 minutes)

 

RECOMMENDATION: Confirm appointment of Rachel Patranella to the Tourism Business Improvement District Board, to fill an unscheduled vacancy, term ending March 31, 2015.

 

 

A2.      APPOINTMENT TO THE TREE COMMITTEE. – (ashbaugh/carpenter/schroeder – 5 minutes)

 

RECOMMENDATION: Confirm the appointment to the Tree Committee, term to expire March 31, 2017.

  

 

 

PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD FOR ITEMS NOT ON THE AGENDA (not to exceed 15 minutes total)

The Council welcomes your input.  You may address the Council by completing a speaker slip and giving it to the City Clerk prior to the meeting.  At this time, you may address the Council on items that are not on the agenda.  Time limit is three minutes.  State law does not allow the Council to discuss or take action on issues not on the agenda, except that members of the Council or staff may briefly respond to statements made or questions posed by persons exercising their public testimony rights (Gov. Code Sec. 54954.2).  Staff may be asked to follow up on such items.  Staff reports and other written documentation relating to each item referred to on this agenda are on file in the City Clerk’s Office in Room 4 of City Hall.

 

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA

A member of the public may request the Council to pull an item for discussion. Pulled items shall be heard at the close of the Consent Agenda unless a majority of the Council chooses another time. The public may comment on any and all items on the Consent Agenda within the three minute time limit.

 

 

C1.      MINUTES OF TUESDAY, JULY 2, 2013 AND JULY 16, 2013.  - (CODRON/SCHROEDER)

 

RECOMMENDATION:  Waive oral reading and approve as presented.

 

 

 C2.      Safety enhancement zone amendments. (GESELL/WALLACE)

 

RECOMMENDATION:  Adopt Ordinance No. 1590 (2013 Series) amending the Safety Enhancement Zone to include the time period encompassing the annual start of school of Cal Poly University.

 

 

 C3.      Review of amendments to Municipal Code Title 17: Zoning Regulations. – (JOHNSON/LEVEILLE)

 

RECOMMENDATION: Adopt Ordinance No. 1591 (2013 Series) amending Title 17 (Zoning Regulations) of the City of San Luis Obispo Municipal Code as specified in the Ordinance, which modifies various sections of the Municipal Code including revisions to affordable housing requirements, parking requirements for secondary dwelling units, and the establishment of regulations for garage and yard sales, and mechanical parking lifts.

 

 

C4.      PUBLIC SAFETY LIAISON OFFICER PROGRAM mEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT. – (GESELL/ELLSWORTH)

 

RECOMMENDATION:  1)  Authorize the payment of funds received from the Board of State and Community Corrections for FY 2012-13 for regional front line law enforcement services in the amount of $120,186 to the County of San Luis Obispo Probation Department; and  2)  Authorize the amendment to the Law Enforcement Grant Fund budget in the current year to recognize the grant revenues and the appropriation for the disbursement of the grant funds to San Luis Obispo County; and  3)  Authorize the City Manager to sign the Memorandum of Agreement.

 

 

 C5.      EXTENSION OF BANKING SERVICES CONTRACT.  – (PADILLA)

 

RECOMMENDATION:  Approve a contract extension for banking services with Bank of America for three years and authorize the City Manager to execute the required documents.

 

  

C6.      PRADO RD. BRIDGE WIDENING CONSULTANT SERVICES RFP, SPECIFICATION NO. 91203.  – (GRIGSBY/HUDSON)

 

RECOMMENDATION: 1)  Approve the Request of Proposals (RFP) to provide consultant services for the Prado Rd. Bridge Widening Project, Specification No. 91203; and  2)  Authorize the City Manager to execute an agreement with the selected consulting firm; and  3)  Authorize the Finance Director to execute and amend Purchase Orders under the executed agreement in an amount not-to-exceed the authorized project budget.

 

  

C7.      Council Chambers Audio Upgrade. – (PADILLA/SCHMIDT)

 

RECOMMENDATION: 1)  Approve a purchase order in the amount of $27,947 to Jensen Audiovisual to wire and install 14 digital microphones and the associated AMX audio control equipment; and  2)  Authorize the appropriation and use of funds from the Information Technology Replacement Fund Equipment Budget to initially fund this project; and  3)  Authorize the transfer of Public, Educational and Government (PEG) to the Information Technology Replacement Fund to pay for this expense. 

 

 

C8.      Water Reclamation facility energy EFFICIENCY project – financing. – (mattingly/hix)

 

RECOMMENDATION: 1)  Adopt a resolution authorizing staff to submit a financing application to the California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank (I-Bank) in the amount of $7,479,000 for the Water Reclamation Facility Energy Efficiency Project; and  2)  Authorize use of working capital to pay the $61,100 I-Bank origination fee.

 

  

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS

 

 

PH1.   Update of the CITY’S water and wastewater development impact fees. – (mattingly/horton/hix/metz/munds – 60 minutes)

 

RECOMMENDATION: Adopt a resolution amending the water and wastewater development impact fees retroactively effective to July 1, 2013.

  

 

 

BUSINESS ITEMS

 

 

B1.      APPOINTMENTS TO ELECTION CAMPAIGN REGULATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE. (Codron/dietrick/schroeder – 10 minutes)

 

RECOMMENDATION: Appoint at least five citizens to the Election Campaign Regulation Review Committee.

 

 

B2.      APPOINTMENT OF MEMBERS TO SERVE ON THE TASK FORCE FOR THE LAND USE AND CIRCULATION ELEMENTS UPDATE (TF-LUCE). – (johnson/murry – 15 minutes)

 

RECOMMENDATION:  1)  Appoint Planning Commissioner Michael Multari and re-appoint Eric Meyer to serve as a resident participant on the TF-LUCE; and  2)  Amend the TF-LUCE guidelines to allow TF-LUCE to elect a chair from its members rather than requiring the Planning Commission appointee to serve as chair.

 

 

B3.      CITY STYLE GUIDE AND IDENTIFICATION STANDARDS MANUAL. – (codron/cano – 30 minutes)

 

RECOMMENDATION:  1)  Approve the use of the City Emblem and Wordmark in various print, electronic, and other applications as recommended; and  2)  Direct staff to implement the use of the standardized City Emblem and Wordmark as outlined in the City’s Style Guide and Identification Standards Manual upon completion.  

 

 

 

STUDY SESSION ITEMS

 

SS1.   StuDY sESSION TO REVIEW EFFECTIVENESS OF 2012 ALCOHOL OUTLET AMENDMENTS AND CONSIDER A MORATORIUM ON NEW ALCOHOL OUTLETS IN THE DOWNTOWN. – (johnson/davidson – 90 minutes)

 

RECOMMENDATION: 1)  Receive a presentation regarding the existing regulatory frame work governing alcohol outlets, including the State and local regulations and procedures; and  2)  Receive the one-year review of the 2012 Alcohol Amendments, including the Deemed Approved Ordinance, Late Hour Alcohol Service, and Police Department data for incidents in the downtown; and  3)  Defer the review of additional regulatory tools, such as the formalization of the Public Convenience or Necessity (PCN)  process, to the Alternatives Report of the Land Use and Circulation Update; and  4)  Review and provide direction on making required findings pursuant to State law necessary to adopt an interim ordinance as an urgency measure prohibiting new alcohol serving in the downtown.

 

 

 

COUNCIL LIAISON REPORTS (not to exceed 15 minutes)

Council Members report on conferences or other City activities.  Time limit—3 minutes.

 

COMMUNICATIONS (not to exceed 15 minutes)

At this time, any Council Member or the City Manager may ask a question for clarification, make an announcement, or report briefly on his or her activities.  In addition, subject to Council Policies and Procedures, they may provide a reference to staff or other resources for factual information, request staff to report back to the Council at a subsequent meeting concerning any matter, or take action to direct staff to place a matter of business on a future agenda. (Gov. Code Sec. 54954.2)

 

 

ADJOURN.

  

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Any writings or documents provided to a majority of the City Council regarding any item on this agenda will be made available for public inspection in the City Clerk’s office located at 990 Palm Street, San Luis Obispo, during normal business hours. 

POSTING STATEMENT:  I, Sheryll Schroeder, Interim City Clerk, do hereby certify that on August 13, 2013, by 5:00 p.m., a true and correct copy of this agenda was posted on the bulletin board outside City Hall, 990 Palm Street, San Luis Obispo, CA.   Internet access to agendas and related material is available prior to Council Meetings at www.slocity.org.