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02/08/1982M I N U T E S ADJOURNED MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1982 - 12:10 P.M. COUNCIL HEARING ROOM, CITY HALL, 990 PALM STREET SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA ' STUDY SESSION ROLL CALL Councilmembers Present: GlennaDeane Dovey, Ron Dunin, Robert Griffin, Allen Settle.and Mayor Melanie C. Billig Absent: None City Staff Present: Paul Lanspery, Administrative Officer; George Thacher, City Attorney; Pamela Voges, City Clerk; Geoff Grote, Legal Assistant; Dave Romero, Public Services Director; Terry Sanville, Senior Planner; Wayne Peterson, City Engineer 1. PRE - APPLICATION CONCEPT REVIEW - OBISPO PLAZA The Council held a study session to review a mixed -use project for a 1.6 acre site bounded by Higuera, Court and Monterey Streets and Laird property; Obispo Plaza Associates, applicant. Terry Sanville, Senior Planner, explained that Obispo Associates (Rob Rossi and John King) have asked the City Council to review their concept for a 150,000 to 250,000 sq. ft. commercial project on Monterey Street. A key part of the proposal is to lease the City's parking lot next to the Anderson Hotel, build ground -level retail space, and provide replace- ment and new parking in an underground parking garage. He recommended the Council decide whether to let Obispo Associates proceed or not to proceed with the design and development of the project. He then outlined eight additional issues the Council may desire to give direction on: 1) Use of public land, 2) parking strategy, 3) architectural design strategy, 4) intensity of the project, 5)land -use mix, 6) procedural framework, 7) area circulation; and 8) improvements in public areas. He felt that most of the detailed design and service issues could be addressed when a schematic development plan had been prepared, until then, the City should be determining the appropriate basis for negoti- ating a lease of City -owned property. Rob Rossi, applicant, stated that they had originally submitted an application which was unanimously approved by the City Council in September of 1980 but at this time the principles had changes as well as the scope of the project which was considerably smaller. He was now coming back to the Council for conceptual approval of this plan. Obispo Associates is looking for prospective users for the 150,000 to 200,000 ' sq. ft. project, although nothing has been firmly tied down yet. He explained that the project is planned to include a mixture of retail office, entertainment and residential uses the scale and quantity of space to be provided would be based on the projects economic viability and compatibility with the surrounding neighborhood. He continued that Mann Theatre Corporation, which currently operates the Fremont Theatre, now owns the site previously occupied by the old Obispo Theatre and has agreed to become a tenant in the project if it-is economically feasible. The agreement is predicated on the approval and development of the project in a timely fashion which would need to take place within the City Council Minutes Monday, February 8, 1982 - 12:10 p.m. Page 2 next six months prior to Mann Theatres coming before the Council on another development issue. He explained that the City property was a key component in the ultimate success of the project. Economic reali- ties, given the cost of capital and the local rental market, make it necessary that the City's parcel be incorporated at a leased rate (including the retention of City parking) that is realistic. Favorable lease terms are the basis of the project's viability and a must if the development was to proceed. Councilman Dunin questioned what would be involved with the mixed uses. He was concerned that with City property being involved, he would not be interested in this project going forward without a large quality depart- ment store being included. Mr. Rossi assured him that they had been in contact with many of the major department stores, however, it all depends on the financial feasi- bility as to whether or not one will come in. Councilman Griffin asked if the project contemplated only replacement parking or would it also include some of the loss of off - street or additional parking. Rob Rossi assured him that the parking structure would include loss of off - street as well. John King, applicant, explained that a quality anchored department store was a priority, however, most department stores are interested in a large facility, at least 50,000 sq. ft. Keith Gurnee, representing the applicant, explained that Mann Theatre is holding on its appeal until July and it was, therefore, critical that the Council and applicant make a decision with regard to the feasibility of this project before that date. He would encourage the Council to answer the two questions that were a part of his letter dated February 5 1) Use of public property. Is the City willing to allow the use of its parking lots and the air rights over Osos Street as part of the Obispo Plaza Project. What general considerations and perameters would the City establish for a lease agreement with Obispo Associates for these lands and rights. 2) Procedural Framework. Does the Council support the procedural framework devised by Obispo Associates. Is the Council prepared to give directions to staff and initiate formation of a commit- tee with a specific charge to be performed in a specific.time frame. Councilman Griffin stated that he would like to see at least a schematic proposal before discussing a lease agreement. Rob Rossi stated that he would like to see at least a lease intent but would not expect to actually have a lease signed for another month or so. Mayor Billig suggested that the Council attempt to answer Mr. Gurnee's two questions and suggested a list of procedures to be followed: 1) Get an appraisal of the property and 2) have the CAO do a marketing schedule and 3) get a lease agreement within the next three months, but no more than three months. Councilman Griffin expressed feeling that the project appeared to be Very feasible. He would expect the project to be coordinated with the City's Downtown Parking Structure. He liked the concept of the design 1 and the scale with the mixed -use and felt it had a lot of promise. He would like to see some consideration of the lease arrangement that would enhance parking rather than just replace existing spaces. Councilman Dunin stated he could support the concept mixed -use limited by the size of the department store, mixed -use being secondary, the primary being the department store. He would not buy into a "pie -in- the -sky" approach. He would like to see a firm commitment or at least intent by a department store so that the City would know who, type and quality of the store. He would not buy into "just a potential." He did City Council Minutes Monday, February 8, 1982•- 12:10 p.m. Page 3 understand the need to make a decision so that Mann Theatre could proceed. With the assurance of a department store coming in, he would also be open to anything else, especially negotiations with regard to the price of the City -owned land and possibly sacrifice parking at the expense of giving them more square footage if it was required. He felt that he could forgive a lot of city requirements if a quality department store would come into the City. Councilwoman Dovey explained that she could support the concept. She liked the mixed -use with residential; this was something they were always looking for. She was concerned as to the kind of department store; she felt it had to be quality to answer the needs of the citizens even though it may not be as large a quality store that would be found in the Los Angeles or San Francisco area. She did not like to see the City getting into the real estate business. She would suggest the option of having the property sold. She would like to see the project contribute to additional parking solutions. She would like to hear more possibility of having the property bought rather than leasing it. She did not like a "tunnel" effect for Osos Street but would suggest the idea of a restaurant on the overcross with view windows. Councilman Settle was enthusiastic about the project because this was something the City could not do with the property. It is in keeping with the general plan; and would vitalize the downtown. The financial feasibility is obviously the primary concern as opposed to design. He would allow the use of City property with air rights. He would not be opposed to selling the property if feasible. Depending on design, he might support the closure on Osos Street depending on the uses and the circulation requirements. He felt the tenant use is important and would also like to see a large quality department store. With regard to the lease agreement, he would need more information on this. Councilman Settle could agree with Mayor Billig's procedure. Rob Rossi felt that it was important to have a:Councilmember serve on this committee as there was a.-critical time frame, -and he felt that this Councilman Dunin stated that he could not support the closure of Osos Street. The mixed- uses.should be secondary in order to lure a quality department store, it might be a requirement to give them additional square footage; and he would not want to be locked into another mixed - use plan that would prevent this. Mayor Billig agreed that a quality department store must be included as a draw for the downtown, a spin -off for other stores and not a duplica- tion of what the City already has. The project must be in keeping with the style and design of the adjacent buildings. She would like the City to work with the applicants for a lease agreement and public parking. She felt that as long as the public is getting something for City -owned property, it would not necessarily have to be just monetary benefits but some non - monetary benefits will be possible. The lease price would determine its viability. Besides a department store, additional parking would be another plus, possibly public rooms, open space plazas and public areas that relate to the scale and mass of the building. She suggested looking at the mixed -use regarding housing (condominiums) or consider senior units as a possible trade -off. She felt that the treatment of Osos Street was crucial; trying to integrate Osos to relate to the overall circulation was important. She would also not wish it to appear "tunnel- like" but to allow window viewing so that it would not seem "cave- like ". With regard to procedure, she felt that a committee would -be fine as suggested by the applicant; however, she would suggest the CAO sit on the committee and, rather than a Councilmember, substi- tute a person from the Public Services Department. She would like to see an integrated package working on a more defined proposal within the next few months, the committee to work on the lease agreement setting a specific date, determine feasibility of underground parking; and do a marketing study so that a value could be determined for the lease. She did feel that this would be a tremendous addition to the downtown core. Councilman Settle could agree with Mayor Billig's procedure. Rob Rossi felt that it was important to have a:Councilmember serve on this committee as there was a.-critical time frame, -and he felt that this City Council Minutes Monday, February 8, 1982 - 12:10 p.m. Page 4 would help to expedite any questions or avoid possibly getting off the track from what the Council was looking for. Councilman Dunin could also support the Mayor's approach but would suggest that possibly one Councilmember sit in on some meetings or simply sit as a liaison but to allow staff to have all negotiating rights. Councilmembers Settle, Griffin and Dovey would support the Mayor acting as a liaison on a committee.' Upon general consensus, committee was formed to include the City Admini- strative Officer, a representative of the City Attorney's Office, Community Development and Public Services Departments with Mayor Billig to sit in on as many meeting as necessary. With regard to framework, Councilman Griffin stated that he had no major problems. He would, however, like the Council to reflect on a schematic plan before staff got to involved with the lease agreement. Rob Rossi again reiterated that they would also like to get into the design phase of it but felt that the economics was the starting place and had to be addressed first. Councilman Dunin cautioned that this was a delicate situation, the timing was critical; and he felt the City should be willing to forego a lot of other areas if the possibility of a good quality store were possible. Mayor Billig summed up the Council's actions and explained that the committee then would get together as soon as possible, start on a marketing study, work on the beginnings of a lease, work to the feasi- bility of underground parking and in the interim the applicant could also be working on a more definable project. Councilman Griffin left the meeting at 1:00 p.m. 2. CREEK WIDENING POLICY Council considered Creek Widening Policy submitted by the City Engineer. Wayne Peterson, City Engineer, explained that the creek policy was for establishing requirements for dedication and improvements of creeks and waterways within the City. As a basic requirement, staff was asking that all creek areas be dedicated. Should the three major creeks have an adopted setback line, established permits, other than a building permit, would require dedication and either improvement or payment of fee to the City to help towards the improvement of the creek adjacent to the developed property. The proposed fee is variable dependent upon the types of use, the nature of the entitlement, and the amount of flood protection that the improvement would provide for the property. He then gave a slide presentation and went through each of the 13 conditions of the policy. Upon question by Councilwoman Dovey, Terry Sanville explained that a density transfer program would be established taking into account setbacks enforced. Councilman Dunin suggested that the creek properties could possibly be zoned differently. Upon question, Wayne Peterson stated that hundreds of property owners will be affected, primarily because many of them will be redeveloping their properties in the downtown area. Councilman Dunin was concerned that both Engineering and the Planning staff work together to clarify the zoning and the building issues. 1 1 I City Council Minutes Monday, February 8, 1982 - 12:10 p.m. Page 5 John Ashbaugh, MDW, stated that he had problems with this policy as written. He felt that people would be forced to obtain variances with these kinds of setbacks, and he would rather see them able to get a variance administratively and in some cases not be required to dedicate any portion of their property. Rob Rossi asked that if the idea was to simply keep properties along the creek from flooding, maybe the City could look to other ways besides requiring flooding improvements, i.e. allowing flood - proofing of the buildings in lieu of the property dedication. Keith Gurnee explained that he had a great deal of problems with the proposed policy. He stated that he recently-built his• home also along the creek with a variance. If he had to redo his home using this policy, he would have probably paid an additional $20,000 to have the work done. The creek would not have been left in its natural habitat, and he simply did not feel that in all cases the creek needed to be flood - proofed or widened but could be left in its natural state with also adequate protection. With regard to the Item 4, the 50 percent rule, Councilman Dunin stated that he could not support this at all. He felt the charge should be tied to benefit derived and not just the physical performance. Councilwoman Dovey suggested amending the formula to use square footage as opposed to percentages with possibly requiring a dedicated specific depth and then the City giving compensation for the additional square foot. Upon question by John King, Dave Romero explained that although credit was not given for a value to the property (creek area), a density transfer would be allowed. John King felt that this was questionable as he still had to pay taxes on this property. Upon general consensus, Council agreed:to.Councilwoman Dovey's change to Item 7 to read, "Developers of property on all creeks and waterways shall be responsible for - improving the creeks to City standards." . Councilman Settle suggested that the Planning Commission have an oppor- tunity to review the policy before the Council.took a final action. Councilman Dunin questioned the policy that a property owner who flood - proofs his building should also have to pay for creek widening. He did not feel that this was-very equitable. Mayor Billig felt that it was important that Council determine what direction they wished to go, criteria, outline their philosophy and establish the means to implement it. Councilwoman Dovey felt that for what was left of developable property along the creek, those owners should participate in the creek protec- tion. She felt that people who bought property in more.desirable areas, i.e. near creeks and on hillsides, should also be willing to pay for some of the extras that go with it. Councilman Dunin disagreed and•felt that if the City wished people not to develop -along the creeks, then the City should have bought all 1 property along the creeks. He felt that the creek was more of a hin- drance to the property.owner, not a.help; the property owner had no access to it,,so he felt this was really a benefit for the public more so than the owner. He did not wish to duplicate those policies followed in the 70's. He agreed with Mayor:Billig's suggestion that this issue be dealt with both in a timely manner and also with regard to the City budgeting for -the improvements, for without this, the entire policy would be worthless. He would also like to wait until the Nolte and Zone 9,reports had been submitted. He did not feel that the entire burden for creek improvements.should be placed on the present property owner as City Council Minutes Monday, February 8, 1982 - 12:10 p.m. Page 6 properties which are far removed from.the creeks have been heavily flooded in the past, and they will also be receiving benefits but at no cost. Councilman Settle also would not wish-to adopt this policy until the Nolte report had been received. He would like to see addressed the possibility.of a "blanket variance" so far as administration.is con- cerned. He would like to see input from both the planning staff and Planning Commission as it relates to land use. He would like to keep the creeks in their natural state wherever possible. He.would like to see more mutual cooperation between the property owners and the city. He would also like to look to other communities with.similar problems, and he used the methodology of keeping the.creeks_alone.wherever possible. Mayor Billig agreed with comments made by Councilman Settle. She would like to establish setbacks and flood -proof areas and not permit building into those areas. Also, to keep creeks natural where possible and improve only the areas needing repair making the money stretch as far as possible. She felt a good clean up maintenance program was imperative. She would also like to wait until the Nolte report had been received as well as comments submitted by the planning staff. Councilman Dunin would suggest that policy for creek setbacks. He would possibilities, if any. 3. EDNA -ISLAY SPECIFIC PLAN AND EIR Council considered: the CIP address or create a reserve also like to investigate grant A. Certification of the final Environmental Impact Report for the Edna - .Islay Specific Plan; and B. adoption of the revised Edna -Islay Specific Plan. Terry Sanville, Senior Planner, explained that the Council had completed its initial critique of the draft Edna -Islay Specific Plan. Staff-had then revised the plan to include .those changes authorized by Council and was now scheduling the final public hearing. He would recommend that the Council certify the final EIR as meeting the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act and the City and State EIR Guide- lines and further, adopt the Edna -Islay Specific Plan pursuant to pertinent sections of the California Government Code and the City's General Plan. Mayor Billig declared the public hearing open. Adele Stern was concerned that language be added.to the Specific Plan concerning the protection of the hillside and drainage areas as dis- cussed at earlier meetings. She wanted to be sure that any inclusion was made now as an additional EIR could not be required at a later date. Terry Sanville explained where this had already been included as a part of the plan. Vic Montgomery, Richmond, Rossi & Montgomery, submitted a letter to the City Council on three additional issues and urged Council concurrence: 1) Description of Phase 1 of the plan be understood to include the extension of a temporary waterline (developers expense) to allow for irrigation and early planting of trees along the railroad noise buffer area. It would be to the benefit of future residents of the Islay area to have three to six years of growth for this buffer prior to occupancy. 2) They concurred with the Council's desire to create first home buyer "affordable" residences capable of accommodating a young family and capable of moderate expansion to serve a growing family. However,.there is not means of legislation to this intent. They believe that the idea could be accomplished but not if the means to the end is torturous.and frustrating and simply easier to avoid the problems by thinking conven- tional. Present ordinances in the Specific Plan discourage creativity 1 1 1 City Council Minutes Monday, February 8,.1982 - 12:10 p.m. Page 7 by requiring longer, more tedious review procedures than conventional subdivisions. They would urge the Council look to a more positive attitude toward "unconventional" development. In item 3 of his letter, he outlined seven additional items needing clarification as follows: (Council only discussed three of these issues.) (A) page 46, paragraph 6 - To enforce provisions that plants will not shade yard areas of adjacent residences. Rear yard plantings done by ' owners are not subject to City or-developer control. (B) page 47, paragraph 4, Street Lights -This condition will create unsafe conditions within the residential neighbors of the Edna -Islay area. "Would you like to live on a totally unlighted cul -de -sac street ?" (C) Item A, page 48 - "Landscaping" will create enforcement and inter - pietation.problems, i.e. most developers submit rear yard landscape plans, co- enforces violations, the concept of legislating cooperation among neighbors will not work; and cooperation and education are more appropriate. Perhaps explanations of solar concepts used in particular developments contained in homeowner brochures would be more effective than plans. (D) Item 2, page 48, Building Design Standards - Does this make space heating by active solar systems or by thermo mass storage mandatory? (E) page 49, first item - Solar water heating for spas and hot tubs may not be cost - effective or any broader view may not conserve resources. (F) page 49 - Water facilities for outdoor clothes dryers. Chuck French stated that he could support Mr. Montgomery's comments "and thanked the staff and the Council for helping to make this a viable project. Mayor Billig declared the public hearing closed. Mayor Billig questioned the possibility of the EIR addressing the impact on schools, possibly requiring a focused approach later on. She was also concerned if the geological studies had been complete enough. The Council had been concerned earlier with the gradings, stability, the depth of the slide areas, etc. She felt the safety problem would be taken care of when Phase.7 was .completed for Orcutt. She also ques- tioned the completeness of the hydrological study for the retention basins and run offs. Terry Sanville felt that the Specific Plan had addressed the geological and hydrological studies sufficiently and would feel comfortable with them being adopted at this point. Councilman Settle was concerned that access to the Jekel property not be pursued. He would-support no roadway from the:Edna side to the Jekel property. He felt that this should be dealt with separately. He could support the Specific Plan with the suggested changes as outlined by Mr. Montgomery to include the reduction of the design for Tank Farm Road from 55 mph. to 45 mph. He could also go along with the installation of the waterline provided that this was considered temporary and was for plant growth exclusively. He was unsure how to put additional wording to protect the schools but felt that could be dealt.with simply by monitoring.and reporting back.on:occasion. (G) Item 5, page 55 - The design of Tank Farm Road to 55 mph. standards is overkill and encourages hazardous traffic conditions. We suggest 45 mph. maximum. The City Council only discussed three items, the buffer area, the lights for the cul -de -sacs, and the revisions of the 55 mph. speed limit. Chuck French stated that he could support Mr. Montgomery's comments "and thanked the staff and the Council for helping to make this a viable project. Mayor Billig declared the public hearing closed. Mayor Billig questioned the possibility of the EIR addressing the impact on schools, possibly requiring a focused approach later on. She was also concerned if the geological studies had been complete enough. The Council had been concerned earlier with the gradings, stability, the depth of the slide areas, etc. She felt the safety problem would be taken care of when Phase.7 was .completed for Orcutt. She also ques- tioned the completeness of the hydrological study for the retention basins and run offs. Terry Sanville felt that the Specific Plan had addressed the geological and hydrological studies sufficiently and would feel comfortable with them being adopted at this point. Councilman Settle was concerned that access to the Jekel property not be pursued. He would-support no roadway from the:Edna side to the Jekel property. He felt that this should be dealt with separately. He could support the Specific Plan with the suggested changes as outlined by Mr. Montgomery to include the reduction of the design for Tank Farm Road from 55 mph. to 45 mph. He could also go along with the installation of the waterline provided that this was considered temporary and was for plant growth exclusively. He was unsure how to put additional wording to protect the schools but felt that could be dealt.with simply by monitoring.and reporting back.on:occasion. City Council Minutes Monday, February.8,..1982 - 12:10 p.m. Page 8 Councilman Dunin could also support the request.by Mr. Montgomery but he had a problem with the equestrian facility as presently outlined in the plan.. He felt that Council's policy was to keep open space for passive use and this was not the seeming intent if equestrian and pedestrian use of the property was allowed. He felt that if the Council was going to support an equestrian facility or equestrian trails in this area, they should also treat like properties the same and /or require this property be dedicated as was required of Mr. French's property. He also was unsupportive of mobile home parks being allowed in the R -2 area. Terry Sanville.explained that the zoning of the mobile home parks are comparable and acceptable in an R -2 zone but he explained the difference between a mobile home park versus an individual mobile home on.a founda- tion. The Council upon general consensus would not be supportive of a mobile home park in this area. Mayor Billig agreed with - Councilman Dunin that the .equestrian trails should not be an encouraged use in open space areas. John Devincenzo, applicant, explained that he had not planned to allow the trails to be on top of the hill but felt that it was.premature.for the Council to take an action on this at this time. After considerable discussion and upon general consensus, Council agreed that an additional paragraph be added on page 27 under Development Standards, the fourth paragraph, "The location of design of all equest- rian and pedestrian trails should be submitted as part of the use - permit applications. All trails should not cause significant visual or geo- logic problems or reduce the landscape character of Islay Hill." Mayor Billig then submitted an additional list of concerns and the Council took the following actions: Page 66, Re - Sewer Pumps - Council added an additional. sentence in the fourth paragraph, the third sentence to read, "If they will be over - loaded, a 604 -A report.to be submitted prior to the problem being fixed or before more housing or commercial uses are built in this part of town with the developer to participate in the cost." . . Page 24, Land Use and Development Standards - add to the second sentence of the paragraph, "This plan and the open space easement will allow limited livestock grazing and - equestrian /pedestrian and public utility uses on the lower more suitable slopes of Islay Hill generally below the brush line or the 400 ft. elevation, whichever is lower, .while prohib- iting:" Page 66, Proposed Service-Guidelines,-paragraph four, third sentence, revised to read as follows:- "If -they will be overloaded, a 604 -A report to be submitted prior to being fixed or before any more.housing or. commercial uses are built in this part of town with developer to parti- cipate in the cost." Page 65, Background Information, third paragraph, the last three sen- tences be deleted as follows: "The city's sewage treatment plant can now serve about.42,000 people but will be enlarged..in the near.future to serve up to 50,000 people. If all of the land within the city (includ- ing the Edna -Islay neighborhood) is developed as shown on the city's general plan, the sewer plant could be overloaded. However, exactly when or if this might happen cannot be answered at this time." Creek Sedimentation - a sentence to be added to be clear.that it is the responsibility of the property owner and not the city for the mainten- ance of sedimentation basins. (During construction phase, the developer to be responsible and after construction, to be the responsibility of the property owner.) 1 1 City Council Minutes Monday, February 8, 1982 - 12:10 p.m. Page 9 Page 57, Pedestrian and Bicycle Circulation - the last paragraph regard- ing sidewalks was deleted with additional sentence added as follows: "Sidewalks will be in accordance with city.policy." Pages 78 -79, Item B, Financing Program - both paragraphs to be deleted and a sentence added to read, "Housing Authority or the City should provide housing opportunities for low and moderate - income housing." Page 21, Ownership, Additional Planning, Development and Maintenance - sentence added to read, "Park should be in keeping with the park's master plan as adopted." Page 14 - Last sentence under Purpose and - Intent to be deleted, it reads "It should provide housing opportunities for those who desire private yards with large dwelling units." Page 15 - fourth paragraph was deleted to remove the permitted use of mobile home parks within medium density residential areas. Additional language was added under Medium Density Housing, Purpose and Intent - to read as follows: "This land use category should promote a variety of housing types which include but are not limited to attached single -fam- ily homes, garden apartments and condominiums, tri plexes, four plexes, courts, etc." Page 50, Purpose and Intent last paragraph, last two sentences "This plan tries to suggest order to the currently unplanned county area. If carried out, recommendation of this plan could benefit both county property owners and city residents." Design Solutions - where the sentence refers to landscaping or fenced buffer areas to also include bermed areas. Standards include possible fence /ber ;combination. Page 70, Bus Service - a statement to be added reflecting that the city (staff and the Mass Transportation Committee) analyze the financing of bus services to the Edna -Islay area including developer participation. Page 60, Jekel Property Access - a fifth paragraph be added with lan- guage to reflect that the_ access: control strip be.added-.at.the city . limits plus the concept that it require ARC approval and a remainder of the property be dedicated as open space. (4 -1, Councilman Settle voting no) With regard to the three requests submitted by Vic Montgomery, 1)' temporary waterline would be allowed for irrigation and early planting of trees along the railroad noise buffer area; 2) minimal lighting be allowed for the cul -de -sacs for safety purposes; and 3) the design for Tank Farm Road would be reduced from 55 mph. to 45 mph. design. On motion of Councilman Settle, seconded by Councilman Dunin, the following resolution was introduced: Resolution No. 4734 (1982 Series), a resolution of the Council of the city.of San "Luis O_bispo..cer_tifying the final-Environmental Impact.Report._for Edna -Islay Specific Plan.. Passed and adopted on the following roll call vote: AYES: Councilmembers Settle, Dunin, Dovey and Mayor Billig NOES: None ABSENT: Councilman Griffin On motion of Councilman Dunin, seconded by Councilman Settle, the following resolution was introduced: Resolution No. 4733 (1982 Series), a resolution of the Council of the City of San Luis Obispo adopting the Edna -Islay Specific Plan as amended. City Council Minutes Monday, February 8, 1982 - 12:10 p.m. Page 10 Passed and adopted on the following roll call vote: AYES: Councilmembers Dunin, Settle, Dovey and Mayor Billig NOES: None ABSENT: Councilman Griffin There being no further business to come before the City-Council-Mayor I Billig, adjourned the meeting to February 16, 1982, at 7:00 p:m. at City Hall. Pamela oges, Cityjlefk APPROVED BY COUNCIL: 3/2/82 M M I N U T E S - :REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1982 - 7:00 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL, 990 PALM STREET SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA ROLL CALL Councilmembers Present: GlennaDeane Dovey, Ron Dunin, Robert Griffin, Allen Settle and Mayor Melanie C. Billig Absent: None City Staff Present: Paul Lanspery, Administrative Officer; George Thacher, City Attorney; Pamela Voges, City Clerk; Geoff Grote, Acting Community Development Director; Dave.Romero, Public Services Director; Ken Bruce, Senior Planner; Roger Neuman, Police Chief; Dave Elliot, Public Services Administrative Aide CONS -ENT ITEM -S- C -1 CLAIMS AGAINST THE CITY On motion of Councilman Settle, seconded by Councilman Dunin, the claims against the City for the month of January 1982 by approved and ordered paid. Motion carried, all ayes. C -2 COUNCIL MINUTES On motion of Councilman Settle, seconded by Councilman Dunin, that the following minutes be= approved "as amended: 'January 25; 1982 12:10 p.m., January.26,. 1982 --.7:00 p.m... Motion carried, all ayes.