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04/21/1992237 MINUTES ADJOURNED REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1992 - 4:00 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBERS - CITY HALL - 990 PALM STREET SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA ROLL CALL Councilmembers 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, Acting Public Works Director; Arnold Jonas, Community Development Director, Bill Statler, Finance Director, Bob Neumann, Fire Chief, Ann McPike, Personnel Director, Jim Gardiner, Police Chief; Gary Henderson, Water Division Manager, Ron Munds, Water Conservation Coordinator PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD- 1 There were no public comments. CONSENT AGENDA Moved by Ranna /Roalman to unanimously approved the Consent Agenda as recommended by the City Administrative Officer with the exception of C -7 as noted (5 -0). C -1 COUNCIL MINUTES Moved by Ranna /Roalman (5 -0) the following minutes were approved as amended: Tuesday, March 3, 1992 at 7:00 P.M.; and Tuesday, March 17, 1992 at 7:00 P.M. C -2 MASS TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE AMENDMENTS Council considered changes to the status and structure of the Mass Transportation Committee. Moved by Ranna /Roalman (5 -0), Ordinance No. 1207 was introduced to print amending the MTC membership requirement to: A) exempt the Cal Poly representative from term limitations, and B) replace the Human Relations Commission representative with a student representative; and directed staff to return with recommended appointments to fill the new student representative position and the existing senior citizen and business representative positions as recommended. 238 City Council Meeting Page 2 Tuesday, April 21, 1992 - 4:00 P.M. 1 C -3 RIGHT -OF -WAY ACQUISITION (File No. S -15B) Council considered approving property acquisition agreement with Mrs. Vivian L. Bullock and plans and specifications for related improvements for the south side of Orcutt Road - Bullock to Laurel Lane; City Plan No. S -15B. Acquisition estimated to cost $19,105; improvements estimated to cost $55,000. Moved by Rapna /Roalman (5 -0) to approve property acquisition agreement (A- 38- 99 -CC), plans and specifications for related improvements, solicitation of bids and contract (A- 39- 92 -CC) awarded by CAO authorized if the lowest responsible bidder is within engineer's estimate as recommended. C4 SPRINKLER RETROFIT TIME REQUIREMENTS (File No. 726) Council considered final passage to an ordinance linking time requirements for sprinkler retrofit of un- reinforced masonry (URM) buildings in the commercial fire zone to guidelines set forth government seismic retrofit of URM buildings. Moved by Rappa /Roalman (5 -0), Ordinance No. 1205 was given final passage amending sprinkler retrofit time requirements as recommended. C -5 NUISANCE ABATEMENT - LOUD OR UNRULY ASSEMBLAGES (File No. 402) Council considered final passage to an ordinance to designate loud or unruly assemblages and unlawful encroachments as nuisances, provide for criminal sanctions for maintaining a nuisance, and provide a private ' cause of action for maintaining a nuisance (continued from 4/7/92). Moved by Rapna /Roalman (5 -0), Ordinance No. 1206 was given final passage amending Chapter 824 Nuisance Abatement as recommended. C-6 1992 -93 BUDGET CALENDAR (File No. 233) Council considered the Budget Calendar for 1992 -93. Moved by Rauoa /Roalman (5 -0), to approve the budget review process and calendar for Fiscal Year 1992 -93 as recommended. C -7 MANAGEMENT COMPENSATION PLAN (File No. 622) Council considered increasing salary ranges for certain management positions and converting a floating holiday to a fixed holiday. This item was continued without discussion for additional review upon general consensus (5 -0) at the request of Councilwoman Pinard. COUNCIL LIAISON REPORTS There were no Council Liaison Reports. 239 City Council Meeting ITuesday, April 21, 1992 - 4:00 P.M. PUBLIC HEARINGS Page 3 1. TENTATIVE MAP - 3450 BULLOCK LANE (File No. 410) Council held a public hearing to consider a Planning Commission recommendation to approve the tentative map for a 21 -unit residential planned unit development condominium subdivision located at the north corner of Bullock Lane and Willow Circle; Petra Enterprises, applicant (continued from 4/7/92). Arnold Jonas, Community Development Director, briefly reviewed the agenda report with the recommendation that Council adopt a resolution approving the tentative map for Tract No. 2094 subject to the findings and conditions as recommended by the Planning Commission. Mayor Dunin declared the public hearing open. Bob Kittmura, 3030 Johnson Avenue and applicant, spoke in support of the project. Don Hubbard also spoke in support of the project and responded to questions regarding pedestrian easement. Phil Ashley, neighboring property owner, raised question regarding the appropriate extent of the riparian setback for the project and review of the landscape plans by the Department of Fish and Game. He felt that the City should require the 20 feet from top of bank. Mayor Dunin declared the public hearing closed. After discussion, moved by Reiss /Rapes, Resolution No. 8002 was adopted (5 -0) approving the tentative map for Tract No. 2094 subject to the findings and conditions as recommended. Motion carried unanimously. 2. PARKING STRUCTURE RATES (File No. 557) Council held a public hearing to consider increasing parking structure rates to 50 cents per hour with the first 90 minutes free, and a maximum of $3.00 per day (continued from 4 /7/92). Wayne Peterson, City Engineer, reviewed the agenda report with the recommendation that Council adopt a resolution rescinding Resolution No. 6963 and increase the parking structure rates effective June 1, 1992 as recommended. Mayor Dunin declared the public hearing open. No one spoke for or against the proposed rate increase. Mayor Dunin declared the public hearing closed. Moved by Roalman /Pinard (5 -0), Resolution No. 8003 was adopted rescinding Resolution No. 6963 and increasing the parking structure rates as recommended by staff. Motion carried unanimously. 3. GP /R 1537 - 399 FOOTHILL BOULEVARD (File No. 462) Council held a public hearing to consider amending the General Plan Land Use Element Map and Zoning map to change the designation from Neighborhood Commercial (C -N to Neighborhood Commercial - Special Considerations (C -N -S) for property located at the southwest corner of Foothill Boulevard and Tassajara Street (399 Foothill Boulevard); City of San Luis Obispo, applicant (continued from 3/17/92). 240 City Council Meeting Page 4 Tuesday, April 21, 1992 - 4:00 P.M. Arnold Jonas. Community Development Director, briefly reviewed the agenda report with the recommendation that the Council pass to print an ordinance rezoning the site from C -N to C -N -S, and identify the special considerations which are the basis for the overlay zone. He- stated that the Council and Planning Commission had held several hearings to consider rezoning for the property and most recently on March 17, 1992, the Council directed staff to provide public notice for hearing to consider adding an S overlay zone. Mayor Dunin declared the public hearing open. Dan Lundbere urged the Council to retain the current zoning and not add the S designation. Mayor Dunin declared the public hearing closed. After brief discussion, moved by Roalman /Reiss (4-1, Councilwoman Pinard voting no), Ordinance No. 1208 was introduced to print to rezone the site from C -N to C -N -S, and identify the special considerations to be the basis for the overlay zone as recommended. 4. STONERIDGE 11 ANNEXATION (File No. 441) Council held a public hearing to consider certification of the revised Environmental Impact Report (EIR) prepared for the Stoneridge li Annexation Project. Moved by Roalman /Reiss, this item was continued to date certain, Tuesday, April 28,1992 at 7:00 P.M. without discussion as recommended by staff. Motion carried unanimously. BUSINESS ITEMS 5. WATER CONSERVATION PROGRAM (File No. 517) A. WATER HOTLINE PHASE -OUT Council considered phasing out the Hotline component of the Mandatory Water Conservation Program and future direction of the Water Conservation Program (continued from 4/7/92). Gary Henderson and Ron Munds reviewed the staff report. Stalls recommendation was that Council, at the end of mandatory water rationing, adopt A) a schedule to eliminate the hotline positions by June 1, 1992 and field representatives by September 1,1992; evaluate and analyze of the Mandatory Water Conservation Program records; and, eliminate the Finance Department water conservation position; and, B) a long -term sustained water conservation program, including continued implementation of "Best Management Practices ", and retain four contract positions through the 1992/93 fiscal year, assuming adoption of aggressive hardware retrofit program and retrofit upon sale ordinance: otherwise retention of three contract positions through the 1992/93 fiscal year as recommended. Mayor Dunin would have preferred to see an improved educational program and was concerned about the level of additional staffing needed to carry out the program. Councilman Reiss suggested providing some type of comparison of previous years actual water usage included in the water bills. 1 241 City Council Meeting Page 5 Tuesday, April 21, 1992 - 4:00 P.M. Councilwoman Rauna suggested that the hotline personnel provide an analysis or report based on a per capita basis with the report to come back to Council. She supported Alternative 2 to retain a staff of 3. This alternative would allow for the continuation of all programs currently in place in the development and expansion of the programs outlined in the BMP. Councilman Roalman supported the staffs recommendation. After a brief discussion, moved by Roalman /Reiss (3 -2, Councilwoman Pinard and Mayor Dunin voting no) to approve the staffs recommendation as recommended. B. EXITING MANDATORY WATER CONSERVATION Council considered exiting mandatory water conservation and related issues. Ron Munds, Water Conservation Coordinator, reviewed the agenda report with the recommendation that Council, by motion, approve the continuation of the current waste codes; introduce an ordinance to print adopting the City's Water Efficient Landscape ordinance; and allocate 14 acre feet for those projects on the current waiting list for building permits. Council Reiss believes there is need for potable water on job sites and urged staff to look at some way of providing this. After brief discussion and upon general consensus, staff agreed to allow potable water on construction sites. Jim Smith Perla Lane, also questioned the use of potable water suggesting that a construction meter be placed on site for potable water. After brief discussion, moved by Roalman /Rappa to introduce Ordinance No. 1209 to print to adopt the City's Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance. Motion carried unanimously (5 -0). After additional discussion, moved by Roalman / Pinard to direct staff to do away with allocations. Motion carried unanimously (5 -0). Upon general consensus, staff directed to report back on allowing water meters on construction sites and establishing limitations for use of potable water. _------_--_-------------------------------------------- -- ---------- --- -------- - ----- - COMMUNICATIONS There were no Communications. 5:45 P.M. there being no further business to come before the City Counci or Dunin adjourned the meeting. APPROVED BY COUNCIL: 6/1/92 Pam Voges, City C! PV-cm 242 MINUTES REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. I.O.O.F. HALL - 520 DANA STREET SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA ROLL CALL Councilmembers Present: Councilmembers Peg Pinard, Penny Rappa, Jerry Reiss, Bill Roalman and Mayor Dunin Absent: None City Stab Present: John Dunn, City Administrative Officer, Ken Hampian, Assistant City Administrative Officer, Jeff Jorgensen, City Attorney; Pam Voges, City Clerk; Wayne Peterson, Acting Public Works Director, Arnold Jonas, Community Development Director, Bill Statler, Finance Director, Bob Neumann, Fire Chief, Jim Gardiner, Police Chief; Gary Henderson, Water Division Manager, Bill Hetland, Utilities Director, Glenn Matteson, Senior Planner County Staff Present: Clint Milne, County Engineer, Melissa Mooney, Environmental Specialist; Lisa Burns, Ogden Environmental; Central Coast Water Authority - Steve Amerikaner of Hatch and Parent General Council, Doug Brown of Brown and Wood (the bond Council), and David Houston of Smith Barney (the bond underwriter) There was no public comment. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD BUSINESS ITEM 1. STATE WATER PROJECT (File No. 1124) Council considered A) further participation in the State Water Project; B) environmental determinations for City participation in the State Water Project: and, C) approval of agreements for the State Water Project. Bill Hetland, Utilities Director, gave a lengthy presentation (see also file no. 1124 for additional materials and backup information for this issue) and stated that the City of San Luis Obispo has identified a need for 6,065 acre feet of additional water in order to meet water supply requirements under the City's current General Plan. A number of proposed projects have been identified that will contribute to this needed supply. Those projects include Salinas Reservoir Expansion Project, Nacimiento Reservoir, and Elie State Water Project. The staff report identifies a number of issues associated with the State Water Project emphasizing reliability, water quality, growth inducement, costs, and environmental impacts. The City held an advisory election in April 1991 which had 53% against the SWP and 47% for the SWP. After analyzing the advantages and disadvantages of the SWP, and the possibilities and unknowns about other potential water supply options, staff recommends that the Council authorize further consideration to participate in the SWP. 243 City Council Meeting Page 2 Tuesday, April 21, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. He explained that City approval of the project is a three -step process. The first step is to authorize the City's further participation in the state water project. If the Council decided to consider the SWP, then it would necessary to go to a second step in the process involving making certain environmental determinations with City participation. This step is necessary prior to any formal approval on the SWP. The third step is to authorize execution of two agreements with the San Luis Obispo Flood Control and Water Conservation District. The two agreements are the proposed water supply agreements for state water and a water treatment and local facilities agreement. If the City decides not to further participation in the SWP, then no additional action is required. The City must make a decision on the SWP and notify the County by May 15, 1992. Gary Henderson, State Water Manager, reviewed current water sources and projects. Melissa Mooney. Environmental Specialist, and Lisa Burns, Ogden Environmental, reviewed a tiered approach to the environmental impact reports. Glen Matteson. Senior Planner, explained the two EIRs written for the State Water Project; one is the State Water Project Coastal.Branch Phase 11 and Mission Hills Extension, and the second is the State Water Project Coast Branch Local Distribution Lines and Facilities. In summary, he stated that the five key issues most often discussed were reliability, water quality, environmental concerns, growth inducement and cost (see the staff report File No. 1124 for additional discussion on each). Steve Amerikaner. Hatch and Parent and the General Council for the Central Coast Water Authority and an attorney, made brief comments. Clint Milne, County Engineer, reviewed the agreements. He explained that two of the agencies have included a "opt -out" clause in their agreements. He explained section 6B provision that the City would use that water first to make up the deficit and explained that it did not matter whether or not the City took delivery of water, they would still have to pay their agreed upon share. Doug Brown, Brown and Wood (engaged by the Santa Barbara County), explained the public agency financing and water treatment financing. Mayor Dunin asked for Council questions. Councilwoman Pinard gave a lengthy presentation and posed several questions regarding the reliability of state water. Her conclusions were different than that provided -by staff. The City's response was that state water has contracts to deliver 42 million acre feet per year and according to her figures, they could only deliver 2.4 million acre feet per year. She stated that the City only identified a need for 6,665 acre feet from new sources but she believed it was pursuing a total of 7,240 acre feet. The City's real need for General Plan provides a build -out of 53,000 people and believed Lake Nacimiento alone can provide what the City's real need is. She also expressed concern about the cost and felt that they were not realistic either. After response by staff, Mayor Dunin called a recess at 9:00 P.M. 9:15 P.M. City Council reconvened; all Councilmembers present. Mayor Dunin asked for public comment. Gerard Parsons, 848 Venable St., spoke in support of state water. Kurt Kuoner, 967 Osos, submitted several documents for the record including the EIRs and County letters. He was opposed to state water. Jeff Wagner, 216 Chorro, spoke in support. 244 City Council Meeting Page 3 Tuesday, April 21, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. Richie Ray Walker, 28 La Entrada, spoke in opposition. Bill Thoma, 3562 Empleo "C ", spoke in support. RU Ball, 770 Palm St., spoke in support. Charlie Palmer. 485 Estero, Morro Bay, spoke in support. Charlie Allen, 3730 Higuera #3, spoke in opposition. George Protonaap.M, retired County Engineer, spoke in support. Roy Han ff 569 Lawrence Dr., spoke in opposition. Pierre Rademaker, President of the Chamber of Commerce, spoke in support. Jack Robasciotti, 281 N. Broad, spoke in support. Jesse Norris. 2047 Wilding Lane, spoke in support. Charlie Fruit. 545 Higuera, spoke in support. Don Smith, 1111 Vista del Lago, read a letter into the record representing PIAC and spoke in opposition. Christine Peralta, 1334 Diable Dr., spoke in opposition. Tom Coull, 560 Oakridge, spoke in support. Dan Watson, Los Osos, spoke in support. Steven Schumann, 1531 Santa Rosa, spoke in opposition. Anne Phillins, 1309 Vega Way, spoke in opposition. Dan Hubbard, 153 N. Broad, spoke in support. Catherine Anderson, 1779 Tanglewood Dr., spoke in opposition. Paul Allen, 191 Luneta Drive, spoke in opposition. Ken Schwartz, 201 Buena Vista, spoke in support. Pat Veesart, 1570 Hansen, spoke in opposition. Claire Heinrifz, 1488 6th, Los Osos, spoke in opposition. David Garth, 2046 San Luis Dr., spoke in support. Jim Merkel, 392 Pismo St., representing [lie Sierra Club, spoke in opposition. Robert Griffin, 1436 Johnson, spoke in opposition and challenged several sections in the environmental reports. Mike Multari, 83 La Entrada, spoke in support. 245 City Council Meeting Page 4 Tuesday, April 21, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. Dave Morrow. 1721 Santa Rosa, spoke in opposition. Van Lauren. 400 Indian Knox, spoke in opposition and also claimed that Vice -Mayor Rappa conflict of interest because of how it would effect her financial interests owning property at Lake Nacimiento. Steve Bover. 67 Chorro St., spoke in support. Richard KranzdorL 160 Graves, spoke in opposition and stated that if the Council chose to approve this, that they were prepared to begin a referendum against the project. Charles Senn. 2840 El Cerrito, spoke in support. Brett Cross. 1217 Mariners Cove and speaking as an individual not as a Planning Commissioner, spoke in opposition. Randy Davis, 1534 Osos, spoke in opposition. Michael Sullivan, 1127 Seaward St., spoke in opposition and was concerned with the environmental report. Linda White, 2077 Slack St., spoke in support. Richard Schmidt, 112 Broad, spoke in opposition. Victor Montgomery. 3026 S. Higuera, spoke in support. Maria Brousse. 1398 Vista del Lago, spoke in opposition. Nathan Koren, 1364 Valle Ave., Atascadero, spoke in opposition and citing the high cost. Carol Florence, representing the San Luis Obispo Property Owners' Association, spoke in support. Paul Murahv, 3560 Cedar Court, supported water conservation and was opposed state water. Dr. Richard Kreisa, 189 San Jose Ct., spoke in opposition. LaVerne Schneider, 1356 Marsh SL, spoke in opposition. Dennis Law, 10 Alta Mira, spoke in support. Dennis Johnston, 178 Brook St., spoke in opposition. Ronnie French, 4360 Sunflower, spoke in support. Craig Steffens, 458 Higuera, spoke in opposition. Eric Greening. 7365 Valle Ave., Atascadero, spoke in opposition. John French, 4360 Sunflower, spoke in support. Steven Kira, 4375 Poinsetta, spoke in opposition. Dia Lortz. 121 Shanna Pl., Grover City, spoke in opposition. Ian Begg, 3960 S. Higuera #73, spoke in opposition. 246 City Council Meeting Tuesday, April 21, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. Ilona Ina, 160 Graves, spoke in opposition. Howard Carroll, 2175 Biddle Ranch Rd., spoke in support. Tim Farrell. 555'Ramada Dr. #163, spoke in opposition. Tim Becher, 846 Higuera #8, spoke in opposition. 11:50 P.M. Mayor Dunin declared a recess. 12:00 A.M. City Council reconvened; all Councilmembers present. Page 5 Bill Helfand. Utilities Director, answered questions raised during the public portion of the meeting. Councilwoman Pinard expressed concern again about the reliability of state water. Although she did not support state water, she stated that, in the event the Council chose to accept it, then she urged Council adopt a second resolution that if the City took state water, existing sources would be protected. If the water was contaminated, then the contract would require the City not having to accept it unless it was reliable or treatable. The agreements read that the state will deliver clean water. The resolution should include a resolve that if the state ever delivers water that cannot be treated to state and federal health standards, that the City consider it a violation of the contract and not be liable for any payments. Also, the resolution should declare that the City has a state mandated plan and that one would provide that participation in the state water project will in no way force the City to grow beyond its local plan. Should the state try to overrule that, then the City ' would reserve the right to withdraw from the project with no financial penalty. And last, that if state water is supposed to cost "a average single family resident" about $7.00 per month, the resolution should state that would be the maximum limit the City pays. Councilman Roalman questioned whether or not the issue of state water could be extended until this could be placed as a binding measure on the November ballot. Clint Milne stated November would be too late to accommodate the County and State final deadline dates. Councilwoman Ranna read a statement into the record stating that she had no conflict of interest. The letter reads: "To answer the issue of any conflict of interest missed on my part, 1 submit the following: I have been a property owner at Oak Shores, Lake Nacimiento, since 1978. I have always been supportive of a cooperative water management program with Monterey County and property owners around the lake. We either have too much or not enough water. In 1986, I initiated a report on water from Lake Nacimiento with the City of SLO. The results then are the same as now: the allocation to Lake Nacimiento is "County- wide" and would be most economical and beneficial if used as such. My property rights at the Lake are guaranteed by numerous subdivision approvals at the County level. I welcome and have encouraged San Luis Obispo County to take advantage of its 17,500 acre feet with provisions for better water management. I look forward to the day when SLO City and County can use their water allotment." 247 City Council Meeting Page 6 Tuesday, April 21, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. Councilman Roalman stated that the voters have clearly rejected this project. The state's longterm reliability is bad. He felt this should be given back to the voters. For the record, he stated that 1) he believed that this was a legislative act not an administrative act as stated by the City Attorney, and, therefore, this resolution is subject to referendum. Councilman Reiss reminded the Council that a year ago the City was considering going to desalinization which was clearly several times more expensive than this option. He believed that the Council needed to take a look at all possible options to provide sufficient water resources for the future. Councilwoman Raona stated that the easiest decision for her to make both personally and politically would be to say "NO" to state water. She believed the primarily responsibility to the citizens is adherence to the General Plan and the adopted Water Management Plan. Previous Planning Commissions and Councils have supported this General Plan but have failed to provide the necessary resources to bring it to fruition. She stated that since 1986, she supported every available water option that has come before the Council including groundwater of which only approximately 500 acre feet is available plus the city has been sued, the Hansen & Gularte option was determined not viable, and the Coastal Stream Division project with Morro Bay is not viable. She hopes reclamation and Nacimiento might provide a portion of the city's need. Desalinization is much too expensive. Mayor Dunin stated that state water is necessary for the City's economy to sustain the City's quality of life and that the Council should never hold the community hostage to the environment. ITEM A Moved by Reiss Rappa to authorize the City's further consideration of participation in the State Water Project. Motion carried (3 -2, Councilmembers Pinard and Roalman voting no). Moved by Pinard /Roalman to add conditions to the resolution approving the agreement to read: 1) "The City of San Luis Obispo will not sell or trade any reservoir water, that water will be used to minimize the effect of a drought for its citizens'; 2) "That the City will not accept water which analysis shows it in violation of state or federal guidelines for quality. Any water received in such contaminated condition would be a violation of this contract and we will not be liable for payments "; 3) The city of San Luis Obispo does not want the state to supersede the City's local plans for growth and development; it is the City's condition that participation in the State Water Project will in no way compel the City to grow more rapidly than the City's General Plan warrants. Should the state attempt to overrule the City's plan, than the City has the right to withdraw from the State Water Project without penalty; and 4) cap the cost at $7.00 per month making it the City's policy not to pass along more than a $7.00 increase. Motion failed (2 -3, Councilmembers Rappa, Reiss and Mayor Dunin voting no). After additional discussion, moved by Roalman /Pinard that the issue of state water be put to a binding vote in November. ,Motion failed (2 -3, Councilmembers Rappa, Reiss, and Mayor Dunin voting no). Moved by Roalman /Pinard that following execution of the agreements explore whether the state would be willing to give the City an extension of time and allow the City to hold a binding vote in November. Motion failed (2 -3, Councilmembers Rappa, Reiss, and Mayor Dunin voting no). Moved by Pinard to continue Items B and C until after the April 28, 1992 Meeting. Motion failed for lack of a second City Council Meeting Page 7 Tuesday, April 21, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. 1 ITEM B Moved by Reiss /Raona to adopt Resolution No. 8000 making the required environmental determinations. Motion carried (3 -2, Councilmembers Pinard and Roalman voting no). ITEM C Moved by Reiss / Rappa to adopt Resolution No. 8001 authorizing the Mayor to execute Water Supply Agreement (A- 36- 92-CC) for the State Water Project and the Water Treatment Plant and Local Facilities Agreement (A- 37- 92 -CC) for 3,000 acre feet per year, and staff directed to negotiate changes in the agreements, including removal of Article 6B and corresponding whereas clause. Motion carried (3 -2, Councilmembers Pinard and Roalman voting no). ITEM D Upon general consensus, staff directed to agendize the issue of unallocated reserve at the Tuesday, May 19, 1992 Council meeting. 1:45 A.M. there being no further business to come before the City Council, Mayor Dunin adjourned the meeting to Tuesday, April 28, 1992 at 7:00 P.M. APPROVED BY COUNCIL: 6/16/92 PankVoges, City C k PV-cm MINUTES ADJOURNED MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBER, CITY HALL, 990 PALM STREET SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA Roll Call Councilmembers Present: Councilmembers Peg Pinard, Penny Rappa, Jerry Reiss, Bill Roalman and Mayor Ron Dunin Absent: None City Staff Present: John Dunn, City Administrative Officer, Ken Hampian, Assistant City Administrative Officer, Jeff Jorgensen, City Attorney; Kim Condon, Assistant City Clerk; Arnold Jonas, Community Development Director, Wayne Peterson, Acting Public Works Director, Pam Ricci, Associate Planner, Terry Sanville, Principal Planner.