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08/04/1992i 1 1 City Council Meeting Tuesday, August 4, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. Page 2 Pam Voges, City Clerk; Arnold Jonas, Community Development Director; Jim Gardiner, Police Chief; Tom Baasch, Chief Building Official PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD P.C.1. Richard Schmidt asked for copies of all charges /costs incurred by the City for its legal representation regarding the State Water Project court issue. P.C.2. Cal Massey requested staff review the drainage at Prado Road and South Higuera. P.C.3. Richie Ray Walker urged the Council to support the will of the people relative to the State Water issue. P.C.4. Ray Ball stated he supported the process used by the City and the courts in determining whether the State Water decision was a legislative or administrative action. CONSENT AGENDA Moved by Raooa /Roalman (5-0), the Consent Calendar was unanimously approved as recommended by the City Administrative Officer with the exceptions of C-4, C-6, C-7, and C -8 as noted. C-1 COUNCIL MINUTES Moved by Rapoa /Roalman (5-0), the following minutes were approved as amended: Tuesday, June 16, 1992 at 6:30 P.M.; Tuesday, June 16, 1992 at 7:00 P.M.; and Tuesday, June 30, 1992 at 7:00 P.M. C-2 CONTRACT PAY ESTIMATES Council considered approving contract pay estimates and change orders. Moved by Raaaa /Roalman (5-0), contract pay estimates and change orders were approved as recommended. C-3 FREE TRANSIT DAY (File No. 542) Council considered designating Tuesday, September 15, 1992 as °Free Transit Day° as a part of the city's contribution to and recognition of the statewide "Alternate Transportation /Ridesharing° activities. Moved by Raooa /Roalman (5-0), Resolution No. 8042 was adopted designating Tuesday, September 15, 1992 as °Free Transit Day" as recommended. City Council Meeting Page 3 Tuesday, August 4, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. C-4 TRANSIT JOINT POWERS AGREEMENT (File No. 541) Council considered the ratification of the San Luis Obispo Council of Governments Joint Powers Agreement in matters of transit and transportation planning. Councilwoman Pinard expressed concern that the Council of Government JPA is hiring its own staff and she believed that it should continue to use its existing City and County staff as this appears to be another layer of govemmerrL Moved by Rapoa /Dunin to take action to adopt Resolution No. 8043 ratifying the Joint Power Agreement and its amendments between the City and members cities and the County, and allowing the Mayor to sign it on behalf of the City as recommended. Motion carved (4-1, Councilwoman Pinard voting no). C-5 SOLICITOR PERMITS Council considered giving final passage to an ordinance allowing Council to delegate the issuance of solicitor permits (continued from 7/21/92). Moved by Rapoa /Roalman (5-0), Ordinance No. 1215 was given final, passage regarding the issuance of solicitor permits as recommended. C-6 MASS TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE (File No. 123) Councilman Roalman stepped down due to a possible conflict of interest. Council considered three appointments and two reappointments to the Mass Transportation Committee. Councilwoman Pinard suggested that staff work with the Chamber of Commerce and the BIA to find a business representative that would be agreeable to both. Moved by RBDOa/Dunin to reappoint Joseph Risser (no term limitation) and James Forrer to a 4 -year term expiring 3/31/96, and appointed Brian Christensen to a 2 -year term expiring 3/31/94 and Waiter Vance to a 3 -year tens expiring 3/31/95 to the Mass Transportation Committee as recommended. Motion carried (4 -0-1, Councilman Roalman absent). Councilman Roalman returned to the dias. Moved by Ra0aa /Roalman to direct the staff to work with the Chamber of Commerce and the BIA to provide an agreed upon business representative. Motion carried (4-1, Councilwoman Pinard voting no). C -7 BROAD STREET ANNEXATION (File No. 441) Council considered giving final passage to an ordinance pre - zoning the 78 acres annexation known as the Broad Street Annexation to C -S -PD, C -D -D and M -S (continued from 7/21/92). City Council Meeting Page 4 Tuesday, August 4, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. 1 t condition could be laced in a re- annexation agreement Councilwoman Pinard was concerned that a c p P 9 to stipulate that the City has no liability relative to the drainage. Jeff Jorgensen City Attorney, stated that the City would not be assuming any liability regarding this drainage issue and did not believe it was necessary to be made a part of the agreement. After brief discussion, moved by Raooa /Reiss. Ordinance No. 1216 was given final passage (4-1, Councilwoman Pinard voting no) to prezone the 78 -acre site as recommended. C-8 STONERIDGE DRIVE ANNEXATION (File No. 441) Council considered giving final passage to an ordinance prezoning the property above the Development Limit Line C /OS-40 and the 10.4 acres below the Development Limit Line R -1 -PD for the Stoneridge Drive Annexation (continued from 7/21/92). After brief discussion, moved by Rappa/Reiss, Ordinance No. 1217 was given final passage to prezone the Stoneridge Annexation as recommended. Motion carried (3-2, Councilmembers Pinard and Reiss voting no). COUNCIL LIAISON REPORTS There were no Council Liaison Reports. PUBLIC HEARINGS PLAN CHECK FEES Council held a public hearing to consider establishing a 50% reduction in plan review fees for building permit applications involving identical buildings (continued from 6/1/92, 7/7/92, and 7/21/92). Tom Baasch, Chief Building Official, reviewed the agenda report with the recommendation that Council adopt a resolution establishing a 50% reduction in the plan review fees as recommended. Mayor Dunin declared the public hearing open. Mike Multari . 641 Higuera and representing Stan and Elizabeth Bell, spoke on behalf of supporting the plan check fee reduction. He also urged that staff be directed to report back on the real cost involved in plan checking as he believed that those figures would show even a lower amount. David Friend. 555 Ramona, thought this was an excellent plan and urged Council's adoption. Roy Hantf, 569 Lawrence Drive, spoke in support. Mayor Dunin declared the public hearing closed. Moved by Roalman /Raooa. Resolution No. 8044 was adopted as recommended. Motion carried (5-0). f City Council Meeting Page 5 Tuesday, August 4, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. 2. TENTATIVE MAP - GEORGE STREET (File No. 411) Council held a public hearing to consider the Hearing Officer's recommendation to create four lots from two with exceptions to the subdivision and grading standards for property located at 1105 George Street (MS 91 -192); Davin Gallagher, applicant. Moved by Raooa /Roalman, this item was continued without discussion to date certain, Tuesday, August 18, 1992 of the request of the applicant. Motion carried (5-0). 3. THURSDAY NIGHT FEES (File No. 472) Council held a public hearing to consider approving changes to the Thursday Night /Farmers Market Rules and Regulations and fee structure. Moved by Roalman /Rappa, this item was continued without discussion to date certain Tuesday, August 18, 1992 at the request of the BIA. Motion carried (5-0). BUSINESS ITEM 4. REGIONAL HOUSING NEEDS (File No. 462) Council considered policy options regarding regional housing needs for the City of San Luis Obispo (continued from 7/7/92). 1 Arnold Jonas, Community Development Director, briefly reviewed the agenda report requesting the Council evaluate the regional housing policy options and by motion give direction to staff regarding their preferred policy to incorporate in the city's draft housing element update. After brief discussion, moved by Reiss / Dunin to defer decision pending resolution of the work now underway to update other elements of the General Plan, and allow possible legislative action to establish a more realistic process for determining fair share housing numbers. Motion carried (5-0). After addition discussion, moved by Rappa /Roalman to Mayor was authorized to write a letter opposing the Housing Element Senate Bill 1589 (Kopp). Motion carried (5-0). 8:15 P.M. Mayor Dunin adjourned the meeting to closed session to discuss 3 pending litigated items: 1) Serpa vs. City; 2) Carpenter vs. Poe; and 3) Ball vs. City. 8:40 P.M. there being no further business to come before the City Council, Mayor Dunin adjourned the meeting. APPROVED BY COUNCIL 9/15/92 Pam Voges, City Clerk PV:cm 1