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02/18/1992in City Council Meeting Tuesday, February 18, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. C -1 COUNCIL MINUTES Moved by Roalman /Rappa (5 -0), the following minutes were approved as amended. Monday, January 13, 1992 at 7:00 P.M.; and Tuesday, January 21, 1992 at 7:00 P.M. C -2 SEWER MAIN IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (File No. CP S -08R) Page 2 Council considered plans and specifications for "Sewer Main Improvement Project: Johnson - Pismo to Marsh, City Plan No. S -08R ", estimated to cost $80,000 excluding engineering and contingency fees. Moved by Roalman/Raona (5 -0), to approve plans and specifications, authorize the soliciting of bids, and contract award by the City Administrative Officer if the lowest responsible bid is within the engineer's estimate as recommended. C -3 WATER MAIN IMPROVEMENT & STREET RECONSTRUCTION (File No. CP S -01P, S -02P, & S -12A) Council considered plans and specifications for "Water Main Improvement & Street Reconstruction: Augusta - Laurel to Greta, City Plan Nos. S -01P, S -02P, & S -12A ", with an estimated combined cost of $226,400 excluding engineering and contingency fees. Moved by Roalman /Rappa (5 -0), to approve plans and specifications, authorize soliciting of bids, and contract award by the City Administrative Officer if the lowest responsible bid is within the engineer's estimate as recommended C4 TIME EXTENSION - TRACT 1848 (File No. 410) Council considered a one -year time extension to file the final map for a subdivision creating a 32 -unit airspace condominium on the west side of McMillan Avenue, north of Orcutt Road (2925 and 2995 McMillan Avenue); Roger Brown and Jack Foster, subdividers. Moved by Roalman /Ranpa (5 -0), Resolution No. 7074 was adopted granting a one -year time extension to rile the final map for Tract 1848 as recommended. C -5 SURPLUS PROPERTY (File No. 165) Council considered declaring two vehicles and electronic telephone switching equipment as surplus property. Moved by Roalman /Rappa (5 -0), Resolution No. 7057 was adopted declaring two vehicles and the electronic telephone switching equipment listed in Exhibit A as surplus property as recommended. C-6 PUBLIC NUISANCE ABATEMENT (File No. 723) Council considered a resolution for setting a public hearing to determine existence of public niusance and to abate in whole or in part, at 663 Church Street; Ilmar Peter Jackson, property owner. 1 1 1 City Council Meeting Page 3 1 Tuesday, February 18, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. Moved by Roalman /Rauna (5 -0), Resolution of Intention No. 7076 was adopted setting a public hearing for Tuesday, March 17, 1992 at 7:00 P.M. for the purpose of determining if a public nuisance exists as recommended. C -7 EMERSON SCHOOL PURCHASE AGREEMENT (File No. 168) Council considered an amendment to the purchase agreement for the Emerson School Site located at 1341 Nipomo Street to extend the closing date an additional six to eight months. Moved by Roalman /Rauna (5 -0), to approve and authorize the Mayor to execute an amendment to the purchase and sales agreement (A- 145- 90-CC) for the Emerson School Property with San Luis Coastal Unified School District as recommended. C-8 AMENDMENT - MASS TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP REOUIREMENTS (File No. 123) Council considered an amendment to the Mass Transportation Committee Membership Requirements to exempt the Cal Poly Representative from term limitations. Councilwoman Rauna explained a memorandum she submitted to the Council requesting that the Mass Transportation Committee Membership function and structure be reviewed by staff. She hoped to establish permanent status with the feeling that this would put proper emphasis on the importance of this committee ' and allow opportunities for expanded responsibilities. After brief discussion, moved by Rauna /Pinard to direct staff to report back in approximately one (1) month with an evaluation of the following. 1) Permanent - regular- status for Mass Transportation Committee 2) Revised membership 3) Meeting schedule 4) Impact on work program for Transit Manager 5) Future role and responsibilities of the Mass Transportation Committee 6) Possibly rename it to a more appropriate name Motion carried unanimously (5 -0). Moved by Raooa /Reiss that the current member terms be extended until final resolution is made of the Committee membership. Motion carried (5 -0). C -9 WOMEN'S SHELTER GRANT APPLICATION (File No. 1002) Council considered a request by the Women's Shelter for City sponsorship of a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) application to purchase and remodel their shelter facility. Moved by Roalman / Rapna (5 -0) to direct staff to schedule a public hearing on Tuesday, March 17,1992 at 7:05 P.M. to formally authorize the submittal of the Women's Shelter CDBG application to the State as recommended. 1 187 M40 !.• City Council Meeting Page 4 Tuesday, February 18, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. C -10 METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION DESIGNATION (File No. 542) Council consider designating the San Luis Obispo Area Coordinating Council (SLOACC) as the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for transit funding. Moved by RoalmanJRaoaa (5 -0), Resolution No. 7077 was adopted designating the San Luis Obispo Area Coordinating Council (SLOACC) as the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) as recommended. C -11 PRIVATE SECTOR CONTRACTS (File No. 204) Council considered a report on the use of private sector contracts in delivering City services. Moved by Roaiman /Rappa (5 -0) to receive and file a report on the use of private sector contracts in delivering City services as recommended. C -12 LEASABLE SPACE AGREEMENT - MARSH STREET PARKING STRUCTURE (File No. 551) Council considered an agreement between the City and Lyle O. Tisdel for lease of City-owned office space at the Marsh Street Parking Garage. Moved by RoalmanlRapna (5 -0), Resolution No. 7078 was adopted approving the agreement (A- 14- 92 -CC) between the City and Lyle O. Tisdel for lease of City -owned office space at the Marsh Street Parking Garage as recommended. C -13 WATER SYSTEM MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE (File No. 511) ' Council considered an agreement with Hansen Software, Inc., for the purchase of water system management computer software and software support services for an amount not to exceed $21,800. Moved by Roalman /Raaaa (5 -0) to approve and authorize the Mayor to execute a contract (A -15- 922 -CC) with Hansen Software, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $21,800 to acquire water system management software and related services as recommended. PRESENTATION Presentation by Cal Poly Professor Alice Loh concerning the possibility of developing a Classical Chinese Garden for the City of San Luis Obispo. A slide presentation was provided by various students from the Cal Poly class and materials were submitted explaining what a Chinese .Garden would look like. After the presentation and upon general consensus, this item was referred to staff for report. OUNCIL LIAISON REPORTS C.L.R.1.Councilwoman Pinard announced that the Jack House has been recommended to be placed on the National Register. C.L.R.2. Mayor Dunin announced that a joint meeting between Cal Poly and the City Council is expected soon regarding university issues. , • 0 City Council Meeting Page 5 ' Tuesday, February 18, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. C.L.R.3.Couneilwoman Raoua announced that the Board of Supervisors was reviewing a Hazardous Waste Grant. PUBLIC HEARING 1. APPEAL - USE PERMIT 1475 (File No. 407) Council held a public hearing to consider an appeal by Champ Massey of a Planning Commission action to revoke Use Permit U 1475 to allow an automobile sales lot on the west side of Broad Street near Orcutt Road (3249 Broad Street); C -C -S zone; Champ Massey, applicant. Arnold Jonas. Community Development Director, briefly reviewed the agenda report with the recommendation that Council, if it accepted the Planning Commission's action to revoke the Use Permit, adopt resolution labeled "Exhibit A ". Additional alternatives were identified in the staff report and he reviewed a second alternative; if, the Council wished to consider a lesser easement requirement, then staff recommmended the Council adopt the resolution labeled "Exhibit B" which would uphold the appeal and set an appropriate time frame for compliance with the use permit conditions and include a 15' drainage easement and a condition that all culverts on the property be removed and the site restored to a condition acceptable to the Public Works Department Mayor Dunin declared the public hearing open. Champ Massey, 1330 El Camino Real, San Luis Obispo, spoke in support of his appeal. He also suggested changes to some of the conditions. Roy HantF, 569 Lawrence Drive, also spoke in support of Mr. Massey's appeal. Cal Massey (not related to the apellant), urged the Council uphold the apellant's appeal or purchase the property. Walter Ingalls, from Santa Margarita, also spoke in support of the appeal. Mayor Dunin declared the public hearing closed. After brief discussion, moved by Rappa /Roalman (5 -0) to adopt Resolution No. 7079 (Exhibit B) upholding the appeal to allow the automobile sales lot at 3249 Broad Street with amendments to condition No. l changing "A narrower easement_" to read "A narrower maintenance agreement_ ". 2. CUSTOMER SERVICE PILOT PROGRAMS (File No. 173) Council held a public hearing to consider approving the implementation of two pilot programs for a period of six months to improve customer service by (1) enabling water service to be initiated or discontinued by telephone, and (2) eliminating the $25 refundable deposit requirement for all accounts, and allowing Community Development Finance, and Recreation Departments to accept credit cards for payment of City services. Bill Stader, Finance Director, reviewed the agenda report with the recommendation that Council introduce an ordinance to print establishing the revised requirements for initiating and discontinuing water service and (2) adopt a resolution establishing revised reconnection fees and refundable deposit requirements which would be effective Monday, April 6, 1992. M City Council Meeting Tuesday, February 18, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. Mayor Dunin declared the public hearing open. Page 6 Brett Cross. 1217 Mariners Cove, asked and received for clarification of the proposed measure. Mayor Dunin declared the public hearing closed. Moved by Ranna /Reiss (5 -0), Ordinance No. 1204 was introduced to print establishing revised requirements for initiating and discontinuing water service as recommended, and Resolution No. 7080 was adopted establishing revised reconnection fees and refundable deposit requirements as recommended. COMMUNICATIONS COMM.1. STREET NAME CHANGE Council considered a request to agendize a street name change from Brook Street to Eto Street at the next available meeting. Moved by Roalman /Ranoa that staff be directed to agendize this for the Planning Commission's consideration at their earliest meeting preferably prior to March 22, 1992, the 50th Anniversary of the original name change. ?30 P.M. Mayor Dunin adjourned the meeting to closed session to discuss property acquisition. P.M. there being no further business to come before the City Council, Mayor Dunin adjourned the meeting to Munday, February 24,1992 at 830 A.M. in the Community Room of the City/County Library to discuss the Circulation Element. APPROVED BY COUNCIL: 4/7/92 V Pa Voges, City Clbk PV-cm MINUTES ADJOURNED MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1992 - 830 A.M - 4:00 P.M. CITY /COUNTY LIBRARY COMMUNITY kOOM - 995 PALM STREET SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA ROLL CALL Councilmembers Present: Councilmembers Peg Pinard (arrived 930 A.M.; absent between 1:00 - 4:00 P.M.), Penny Rappa, Jerry Reiss, Bill Roalman and Mayor Ron Dunin. Absent: None City Staff Present: John Dunn, City Administrative Officer, Arnold Jonas, Community Development 1