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02/04/19921 1 City Council Meeting Tuesday, February 4, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD Page 2 P.C.I. L.D. Johnston. 178 Brook, urged that Cal Poly be requested to revegetate their property to help protect creeks and the watershed. P.C.Z. Euaene Androwski, 1743 Caudill Street, expressed frustration with the lack of response received from the Police, Fire, and Ambulance service in responding to a 911 call for his mother. Referred to staff for report. P.C3. Michael Sullivan, 1127 Seaward Street, 1) identified what he thought was poor City record keeping of Open Space Dedications; and 2) urged leaving the Dalidio Property agricultural land. CONSENT AGENDA Moved by Rappa /Roalman, the Consent Calendar was unanimously approved as recommended by the City Administrative Officer with the exceptions of C -3, C4, C-8, and C -9 as noted. C -1 COUNCIL MINUTES Moved by Rappa /Roalman (5 -0), the following minutes were approved as amended. Tuesday, January 7, 1992 at 7:00 P.M. C -2 CONTRACT PAY ESTIMATES Council considered contract pay estimates and change orders as recommended. Moved by Rappa /Roalman (5 -0), contract pay estimates and change orders were approved and ordered paid as recommended. C -3 UNREINFORCED MASONRY ORDINANCE (File No. 707) Council considered giving final passage to an ordinance establishing seismic strengthening standards for unreinforced masonry buildings (continued from 12/3/91, 1/7/92, and 1/21/92). Moved by Rappa /Roalman, Ordinance No. 1203 was given final passage establishing (1) seismic strengthening standards for buildings of unreinforced masonry (URM) construction, and (2) administrative regulations requiring a structural analysis for all URM buildings and strengthening when remodel or occupancy change occurs as recommended (3 -2, Councilmembers Pinard and Reiss voting no). C4 SINSHEIMER STADIUM LIGHTS REPLACEMENT Council considered the plans and specifications for "Park Renovation Project: Sinsheimer Stadium Lights Replacement, City Plan No. S -20Y", estimated to cost $40,000 including contingencies. At the recommendation of staff, moved by Pinard/Rappa to continue this item without discussion. Motion carried unanimously (5 -0). i8l 182 City Council Meeting Page 3 Tuesday, February 4, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. C -5 CALIFORNIA HEALTHY CITIES PROJECT GRANT (File No. 703) Council considered the acceptance of a $20,000 grant from the California Healthy Cities Project to analyze the impact of the Smoking Ordinance on the business community (particularly bars and restaurants) and supporting the goals of the California Healthy Cities Project. Moved by Rapna /Roalman. Resolution No. 7071 was adopted supporting the goals of the California Healthy Cities Project and authorizing the City Administrative Officer to execute a contract (A- 11- 92 -CC) with the California Healthy Cities Project (5 -0) as recommended. C-6 INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION PROGRAM (File NO. 605) Council considered adopting a City of San Luis Obispo Injury and Illness Prevention Program in compliance with Federal and /or State requirements. Moved by Rapua /Roalman, Resolution No. 7072 was adopted establishing an Injury and Illness Preventioan Program as recommended (5 -0). C -7 ADVISORY BODY TRAINING (File No. 127) Council considered approving an appropriation of funds in the amount of $2,000 for an Advisory Body member training day to be held Saturday, May 2, 1992, for all advisory body members. Moved by Rapp /Roalman to approve the establishment of a training program for Advisory Body members as recommended (5 -0). C-8 OPEN SPACE FINANCIAL CONSULTANT (File No. 91-43) Council considered the authorization of the Open Space Financial Consultant and award of contract not to exceed $25,000. Moved by Roalman /Rapp to authorize the selection of Economics Research Associates as the consultant for the Open Space Financial Analysis, and authorize the Mayor to sign the consultant services contract (A -12- 92-CC) for an amount of compensation not to exceed $25,000 for the completion of the analysis as recommended. Motion carried (3 -2, Councilmembers Pinard and Dunin voting no). C -9 UCSB ECONOMIC FORECAST PROJECT (File No. 261) Council considered approving the City's participation in the UCSB Economic Forecast Project at the Advisory Sponsor level of $2,500 annually. Councilwoman Pinard expressed concern that this item should be handled in house, that there were qualified staff, and it should not be put out to a consultant. After discussion moved by Ranua /Reiss council supported the participation as recommended (4 -1, Councilwoman Pinard voting no). COUNCIL LIAISON REPORTS There were no Council Liaison Reports. City Council Meeting Page 4 Tuesday, February 4, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. 1. SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT JOINT POWERS AUTHORITY (File No. 524) Council considered the City's intent to participate in the formation of a Joint Powers Authority under the auspices of the San Luis Obispo Area Coordinating Council to direct the implementation of regional (countywide) solid waste management programs. Cyndi Butterfield, Solid Waste Coordinator, reviewed the staff report with the recomendation that council, after presentation by the Area Coordinating Council staff approve in concept the City s attempt to participate in a Joint Powers Authority under the auspices of the San Luis Obispo Area Coordinating Council to direct the implementation of regional solid waste management programs and adopt a resolution supporting the establishment of a recycling market development zone for San Luis Obispo County. Steve Devencinzi also reviewed major issues and powers the organization would be reviewing. There was no public input.- After brief discussion moved by Roalman /Rapp to approve in concept the City's intent to participate in the formation of a Joint Powers Authority as recommended. Motion carried unanimously. Moved by Roalman/Raopa (5-0) to support the establishment of a recycling market development zone for San Luis Obispo County with minor amendments as submitted earlier in the evening. Motion carried unanimously. 2. ALTERNATIVE STATE WATER PROJECT PRESENTATION (File No. 517) Council considered a report by John Dunn, Administrative Officer, regarding the arranging of an alternative State Water Project presentation. He urged the Council make any suggestions for the kinds of speakers that might be desired, and that the format would be very similar to the presentation formerly made by Mr. Kennedy and Mr. McCowal on January 15 with the use of the City /County Library and with an equal effort being made to publicize the event. After brief discussion, moved by Dunin /Roalman (5 -0) to endorse the approach as suggested. ADD-ON #1. LAND USE ELEMENT UPDATE - CREEKS AND FLOODING (File No. 462) Council continued its consideration to review the Land Use Element, specifically the Creek and Flooding Policy section (LUE continued from 7/31/90, 8/28/90, 9/25/90, 1/22/91, 5/6/91, 7/8/91, 7/29/91, 8/5/91, 9/16/91, 10/21/91,1/13/92, and 1/28/92). Arnold Jonas, Community Development Director, reviewed the report with the recommendation that Council review the staff report including concerns raised by the Public Works Department for including additional policies and language changes as identified in the shaded areas of the report. Councilwoman Pinard provided a brief slide presentation regarding her concerns of the way the Mission Plaza Creek area was recently repaired and urged the Council to direct staff to provide corrective action to put it back to it's original state. After brief discussion, Council concurred that staff be directed to follow up and make the necessary creek repairs as discussed. 183 184 City Council Meeting Page 5 / Tuesday, February 4, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. Council then reviewed the Creeks and Flooding Section making various wording changes to the document. Upon general consensus, moved by RappalReiss to direct staff to incorporate any changes made this evening and the previous amendments made at the other meetings into the Draft Land Use Element and support processing the environmental impact report as recommended. Motion carried (3 -2, Councilmembers Pinard and Roalman voting no). 8Z0 P.M. Mayor Dunin declared a recess. 835 P.M. City Council reconvened; all Councilmembers present. ADD -ON #2. HOMELESSNESS IMPACTS (File No. 1046) Councilman Reiss stepped down due to a possible conflict ;of interest due to owning property in the neighborhood. i Council considered arranging a meeting to discuss the city -wide impacts of homelessness. After brief discussion, moved by Ranaa /Pinard to direct staff to work with the Economic Opportunity Commission, the Human Relations Commission, and other to hold a joint informational meeting with property owners and other interested parties concerning the impacts of homelessness in the community; and also to appoint Councilman Roalman to work with staff and other agencies in planning for this meeting as recommended in the staff report. , Motion carried (44-1, Councilman Reiss absent). Councilman Reiss then returned to the digs. Mayor Dunin adjourned the meeting to a study session to discuss Item No. 3 under Study Session. STUDY SESSION 3. WATER HARDWARE RETROFITTING (File No. 517) Council considered a Comprehensive Water Hardware Retrofitting Program alternatives. Rill Hetland, Utilities Director, reviewed the agenda report with the recommendation that Council receive and file the report and provide staff with direction as to the structure of how they would like to see a city-wide hardware retrofit plan and ordinance. Council held general discussion on the water hardware retrofitting program (see file 517 for program alternatives). General discussion was held and staff directed to report back with the draft ordinance as discussed. COMMUNICATIONS There were no Communications. 1 1 1 Ll City Council Meeting Page 6 Tuesday, February 4, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. 10:00 P.M. Mayor Dunin adjourned the meeting to closed session to discuss possible land acquisition or litigation relative to the Dalidio property. 10:30 P.M. there being no further business to come before the City Council, Mayor Dunin adjourned the meeting. APPROVED BY COUNCIL 3/3/92 PV-cm ROLL CALL Councilmembers L L/ Pam oges, City C k MINUTES REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBERS - CITY HALL - 990 PALM STREET SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA Present: Councilmembers Peg Pinard, Penny Rappa, Jerry Reiss, Bill Roalman and Mayor Dunin Absent: None City Staff Present: John Dunn, City Administrative Officer, Ken Hampian, Assistant City Administrative Officer, Jeff Jorgensen, City Attorney; Pam Voges, City Clerk; Wayne Peterson, City Engineer, Arnold Jonas, Community Development Director, Bill Statler, Finance . Director, Bob Neumann, Fire Chief PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD A. Brief tribute given to Lucille Janise, author of "Good OI' SLO" song. Councilwoman Pinard played the taped song on behalf of Ms. Janise. P.C.I. Elizabeth Peterson urged the Council to re-route Highway 227 off Broad Street so the City could lower the speed limit as she felt it would be safer for that highway. She also suggested building a monument for pedestrians. Upon general consensus, this item referred to staff for report. CONSENT AGENDA Moved by Roalman /Raooa, the Consent Calendar was unanimously approved as recommended by the City Administrative Officer with the exception of C-8 as noted. 185