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11/10/1992City Council Meeting Page 3 Tuesday, November 10, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. C-5 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN PROJECTS (File No. 241) Council considered 1) the cancellation of Capital Improvement Project for Parking Garage Video System and reappropriation of funds ($25,000) to SLO Medical Clinic Parking Lot Reconstruction Project; and 2) approval of SLO Medical Clinic Parking Lot Reconstruction Project. Council clarified that funding sources were coming from CIP parking funds. Moved by Raopa /Roalman to approve 1) the cancellation of CIP for garage video system and reappropriation of funds to SLO Medical Clinic Parking; and 2) SLO Medical Clinic Parking Lot Reconstruction (5-0). C-6 FLOOD CONTROL ZONE 9 AGREEMENT (File No. 591) Council considered an agreement between the SLO County Flood Control District Zone 9 and the City of San Luis Obispo for Fiscal Year 1992 -93 for reimbursable creek maintenance. Moved by Roalman/Rapaa to adopt Resolution No. 8082 authorizing the Mayor to execute Agreement No. A- 119 -92-CC (5 -0). C-7 BUS REHABILITATION (File No. 92-43) Council considered awarding a contract for the rehabilitation of three transit buses and authorizing application for transit grants. 1 Moved by Roalman /Raopa 1) to approve specifications for Request For Proposals to rehabilitate three 10 -year old SLO transit buses; 2) to authorize the Mayor to execute contracts (ftreement No. 120-92 - C= with Midwest Bus Rebuilders in the amount of $155,124; 3) to adopt Resolution No. 8083 authorizing the application for State of California Transit Capital Improvement Grant; and 4) to adopt Resolution No. 8084 authorizing the application for State of California Rideshare Grant (5 -0). C-8 MASS TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE (File No. 123) Council considered an appointment of a Business Representative to the Mass Transportation Committee. Moved by Roalman /Ranoa to approve the appointment of Russell Lambert (5 -0). C-9 SAUNAS RESERVOIR - LICENSE AGREEMENT (File No. 526) Council considered an amendment (No. 4) to the agreement with the Army Corps of Engineers for Salinas Dam to extend the termination date to December 16, 1993. Moved by Roalman /Raoga to approve amendment No. 4 (5-0). C-10 RECYCLING MARKET DEVELOPMENT ZONE (File No. 482) Council considered supporting the County of SLO in the establishment of a Central Coast Recycling 1 Market Development Zone. City Council Meeting Page 4 Tuesday, November 10, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. Moved by Roalman/Raooa to adopt Resolution No. 8085 supporting the County in an application to the California Integrated Waste Management Board to establish a Central Coast Recycling Market Development Zone (5-0). C-11 CUSTOMER SERVICE PILOT PROGRAM (File No. 516) Council considered 1) approving ongoing implementation of the water service program; 2) extending the credit card pilot program for the Recreation Department for six months and expanding program to include credit card payments over the telephone; and 3) discontinuing the credit card program in other pilot program locations (Finance and Community Developments). Moved by Roalman/RaRRI 1) to approve on -going water service program; 2) to extend Recreation Department credit card program; and 3) to discontinue credit card program at other pilot locations C-12 HIGUERA STREET WATERLINE AGREEMENT (File No. 92 -53) Council considered approving an agreement with Copeland Investments Partnership for a $40,000 contribution toward the Higuera Street Waterline ($37,000) and fire hydrant upgrades ($3,000). Moved by Roalman/Raopa to approve Agreement No. A- 121 -92-CC (5-0). C-13 BUILDING DEMOLITION (File No. T -30X) Council considered contract documents and Request For Proposals for "Building Demolition Project: Emerson School Site," City Plan No. T -30X; engineer's estimate $80,000 for demolition and asbestos removal and $15,000 for the Asbestos Consultant. Council clarified that state law requires a separate asbestos contractor. Moved by Raoaa /Roalman to approve RFP (Agreement No. A- 122- 92-CC) and specifications for City Plan No. T -30X (Agreement No. A- 123- 92 -CC) and to authorize staff to solicit proposals and contract award by CAO to lowest responsible bidder within engineer's estimate (5-0). PRESENTATION Mayor Dunin presented the bronze medal award with distinction for California Smoke -Free Cities given by the California Healthy Cities Project and the League of California Cities to Council Member Jerry Reiss in behalf of the City. . COUNCIL LIAISON REPORTS C.L.R.1. Vice -Mayor Raaoa requested that Council Governments (COG) alternate and Mayor - elect Peg Pinard and other Council Members attend the COG meeting on November 18, 1992 regarding the transfer station to show support for funding increases. C.L.R.2. Council Member Roalman requested that Council urge the County Board of Supervisors Water Advisory Committee at their November 16, 1992 meeting to sell their portion of unallocated water from the State Water Project. Council reached general consensus and asked staff to explore the matter. City Council Meeting Page 5 Tuesday, November 10, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. PUBLIC HEARINGS 1 1. MOBILE HOME PARK RENT STABILIZATION (File No. 428) Mayor Dunin stepped down from the dies to possible conflict of interest. Vice -Mayor Raooa presided. Council held a public hearing to consider proposed amendments to the Mobile Home Park Rent Stabilization Ordinance concerning certain exemptions for parks with 66.67% of spaces under lease agreements and parks with condominium ownership (continued from 10/20/92). Jeff Jorgensen, City Attorney reviewed the agenda report and previous public input, proposing an amendment to exempt spaces where land and dwelling units are under the same ownership. Vice -Mayor Raooa declared the public hearing open. Art Feliciotti, a Chumash Mobile Home Park resident, spoke about affordability issues. David Howard George. a Creekside Mobile Home Park resident, stated that rents were fair and increases were justified. Jim Butterick representing the owner of Rancho San Luis Mobile Home Park, stated they had 100% participation in the lease program, but had not sought formal approval. He stated it was unfair to exempt just Chumash. Dennis Law. 1304 Pacific St, opposed eliminating exemption and requested Council clarify the ordinance instead. Jim Wills, a Laguna Lake Mobile Home Park resident, felt that someone was always excluded under long -term leases and asked that Council correct inequities. Betty Henson, a Laguna Lake Mobile Home Park resident, requested Council remove exemptions. Ed Evans, the owner of Creekside Mobile Home Park, urged Council not to make changes. Bill Henson, a Laguna Lake Mobile Home Park resident, recommended the adoption of the ordinance in option B. Ray Neimish, a Creekside Mobile Home Park resident, stated that leases were not equitable. Luis Shuster, a Laguna Lake Mobile Home Park resident, asked Council to delete exemptions. Vice -Mayor Raooa declared the public hearing closed. Council discussed rent increase and lease agreement issues at different mobile home parks.. Moved by Roalman /Reiss. Ordinance No_ 1228 was introduced to print to delete exemptions 5.44.030 F and G from Mobile Home Rent Stabilization amended to exempt spaces where land and dwelling units are under the same ownership (44-1, Mayor Dunin not participating). City Council Meeting Page 6 Tuesday, November 10, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. 7:58 P.M. Vice -Mayor Raooa declared a recess. 8:08 P.M. City Council reconvened; all Council Members present, Mayor Dunin presiding. 2. REZONING - HUMBERT AVENUE (File No. 463) Council held a public hearing to consider a Planning Commission recommendation to rezone a 4.3 acre site at 851 Humbert Avenue from Manufacturing to Service- Commensal, Special Consideration; Call America, applicant. Arnold Jonas. Community Development Director, reviewed the agenda report Council asked about the previous Planning Commission vote and requested that Planning Commission minutes be included with agenda reports. Council discussed development of properties surrounding the Villa Rosa residential development commercial land vacancy rates. Mayor Dunin declared the public hearing open. Bob Strong. representing Call America, gave a short presentation on the proposed development of the land and the selection of the location based upon connection to the fiber optic cable. Mayor Dunin declared the public hearing closed. Council discussed issues regarding the ultimate build -out of the land, alternate sites for the proposed uses of the applicant, restrictions under the C-S-S zoning, and rezoning a smaller portion of the proposed site. Jeff Buckingham, Executive Director of Call America, spoke regarding the telecommunications business being a clean industry. Council discussed issues relating to residential uses of the property and alternate locations for Call America. Amended by Council at the City Council Meeting on December 1, 1992 to include the following statements entered by Council Member Pinard: The reason for voting no: The minutes as recorded for 8/6/91, 8/20/91, 9/3/91 for the Villa Rosa Project The discussion of Orcutt I and 11: The minutes for 11/7/90, 2/5/91, most especially 8/6/91 and 11/19/91. The following points: 1. Those minutes will show we were trying to reclaim excess M zone land for the top priority residential needs. 2. That land was in close proximity to schools, recreation, transportation. 3. So as to not isolate Villa Rosa as a residential area and a neighborhood. Moved by Rauoa /Reiss, Ordinance No. 1229 was introduced to print as amended to include the written legal description (4-1, Council Member Pinard voting no). City Council Meeting Page 7 Tuesday, November 10, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. 8:42 P.M. Mayor Dunin declared a recess. 9:00 P.M. Council reconvened; all Council Members preserrL Mayor Dunin asked that Item #4 be heard before Item #3 since there were children in the chambers. Upon general consensus, Council agreed. 3. ACTION PLAN FOR FISCAL HEALTH (File No. 233) Council held a public hearing to consider a five -year revenue and expenditure forecast, departmental expenditure reduction options, revenue options and changes to current Financial Plan policies. John Dunn, City Administrative Officer, reviewed the need for the agenda reporL Bill Stotler. Finance Director, discussed the five -year forecast of revenues and expenditures and departmental expenditure reduction options utilizing criteria that service levels would not significantly impact and there would be no layoffs of City personnel. Staff recommended approval at this time of the operating expenditure reductions totalling $1,480,500 on an annual basis. Council discussed impacts on economic development, effective utilization of the City's economic stability funds, increasing the efficiency of City staff and public safety issues. Moved by Pinard/Roalman to approve operating expenditure reductions (5-0). Bill Statler, Finance Director, reviewed various revenue options available to the Council and recommended Council approve new or increased Recreation fees. Council inquired about issues relating philosophies of fees in charging residents outside of San Luis Obispo versus San Luis Obispo residents and the impacts on families of increasing Recreation fees. Moved by Roalman /Reiss to approve new or increased Recreation fees (4-1, Council Member Pinard voting no). Ann McPike, Personnel Director, reviewed recommendations submitted by the Employee Working Group. Moved by Pinard/Roalman to receive and file the report from the Employee Working Group (5-0). Bill Stotler, Finance Director, reviewed proposed Financial Plan policy changes. Council discussed issues relating to capital improvement projects, the golf course enterprise fund proposal, and fee recovery policies. Council Member Raapa asked that the record show that she agreed with everything except the golf course recommendations. Moved by Roalman /Reiss to approve changes to current Financial Plan policies (4-1, Vice -Mayor Rappa voting no). City Council Meeting Page 8 Tuesday, November 10, 1992 - 7:00 P.M. John Dunn, City Administrative Officer, thanked Bill Statier for his excellent presentation and the Council for their patience and solicited requests from the Council. Council discussed evaluation of departments, the use of volunteers and City promotion activities. 4. FINAL MAP - TRACT 1750 (File No. 410) Council considered approving the final map for Tract 1750 (Units 1 & 2) located at 1107 Tank Farm Road; Pacifica Corp, applicant. Wayne Peterson, Acting Public Works Director, reviewed the agenda report and the phases of the project stating that only deviations from the tentative map could allow Council to deny the project. Council discussed the processing of future phases of the project, the impact on school facilities, and conditions agreed upon with this applicant that were not agreed upon with prior applicants. Council then inquired about creek issues and protection of turtle habitats. Rob Rossi, the owner of Pacifica Corp., spoke about affordable housing issues. Council inquired about buffer zones from the railroad tracks. George Moylan, representing the Housing Authority, explained funds received through the project would be set aside to assure affordability to future buyers. Moved by RaoRgiReiss. Resolution No. 8086 was adopted approving the final map for Tract No. 1750 (Units 1 & 2) and accepted deeds for Islay Park and the Islay Hill open -space easement as recommended (4-1, Council Member Pinard voting no). COMMUNICATIONS COMM.1. Upon general consensus, Council asked staff to explore placing 3-4 public parking meters in the City Hall parking lot and asked that City staff to encouraged to volunteer for parking garage passes to assist in alleviating the City Hall parking situation. 11:30 P.M. there being no further business to come before the City Council, Mayor Dunin adjourned the meeting. APPROVED BY COUNCIL: 12/1/92 is R. Gla well, Clerk DRG:cm 1