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02/28/1995City Council Meeting Tuesday, February 28, 1995 - 7:00 p.m. Council Members Page 2 Present: Council Members Bill Roalman, Kathy Smith, Dodie Williams, Vice -Mayor Dave Romero and Mayor Allen Settle Absent: None City Staff Present: John Dunn, City Administrative Officer; Diane Gladwell, City Clerk; Jeff Jorgensen, City Attorney; Ken Hampian, Assistant City Administrative Officer, Mike McCluskey, Public Works Director, Arnold Jonas, Community Development Director, Bob Neumann, Fire Chief; Jim Gardiner, Police Chief PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD There were no public comments. Mayor Settle presented the Helen Putnam Award to the City and C.L. Smith Principal Donn Shallenburger, two awards were presented previously to the City in Sacramento by Governor Wilson. The Grand Prize award was received for the Students Taking Active Responsibility (STAR) 1 program. Mayor Settle expressed the Council's appreciation to Bill Statler, Director of Finance, and various Finance staff for hosting the Municipal Finance Officers' conference. CONSENT AGENDA Moved by RoalmanlRomero to approve the Consent Agenda as recommended by the City Administrative Officer, motion carried (5-0). C -1 GREENBELT PROTECTION PLANNING (File No. 481) Council considered participation in a City-County greenbelt protection process. Moved by RoalmantRomero to authorize staff to work with the Mayor and County staff to promote implementation of the City's Land Use and Open Space Element greenbelt protection policies; motion carried (5 -0). COUNCIL LIAISON REPORTS C.L.R.1. Council Member Smith reported on five designs for remodeling the Blackstone Hotel provided by Cal Poly Architecture students that were reviewed by Vice Mayor Romero and herself. COMMUNICATIONS 1 City Council Meeting Tuesday, February 28, 1995 - 7:00 p.m. Page 3 COMMA. Council Member Williams requested a resolution proposed by Assemblyman Jack O'Connell in support of Senate Bill SB1X be placed on the agenda (consensus). 1. MID -YEAR BUDGET REVIEW (File No. 233) Council considered the mid -year budget review for the Fiscal Year 199495. John Dunn. City Administrative Officer, reviewed the four major financial proposals in the mid -year budget Bill Statler, Director of Finance, reviewed past decisions and financial projections. Mike McCluskey, Director of Public Works, described the Marsh Street reconstruction project Kurt Kupper, Executive Director of EcoSLO, requested Council not hire a consultant for the solid waste contract renewal, but use local expertise instead. Mary Whittlesey, San Luis Obispo, stated the strategy proposed for the solid waste franchise renewal was appropriate. John Moss, Utilities Director, reviewed the solid waste franchise renewal proposal. ' Moved by Romero/Smith to approve mid -year budget requests for operating programs, with the exception of the Solid Waste Franchise Renewal Consultant Services, in the amount of $136,700 for 199495 summarized as follows; motion carried (5 -0): Disaster Response Costs $ 64,700 Increased Program Participation & New Training Requirements in Childcare 479500 Computer Mapping Project 7,600 Support Services Reorganization 2,200 Ethernet Migration at 955 Morro, City Hall and Police Station 14,700 TOTAL $136,700 Moved by Romero/Smith to approve mid -year budget requests for capital improvement plan projects and equipment replacements in the amount of $1,356,800 summarized as follows; motion carved (5-0): Fire Department Emergency Communication System $ 95,000 Street Light Acquisition Services 35,000 Marsh Street Reconstruction and Storrs Drain Improvement 560,000 Islay Hill Park Fee Refunds 186,000 Pick -up Truck and Mower for New Park Maintenance 35,000 City Council Meeting Tuesday, February 28, 1995 - 7:00 p.m. Page 4 ' Parks and Recreation Office Building 151,000 . Replace/Upgrade File Servers at City Hall, Corporation Yard and Park & Recreation Administration Office 34,800 Acquisition of Property at 860 Pacific 235,000 New Parking Lot at Palm and Morro 25.000 TOTAL $1,356,800 2. PARKS & RECREATION OFFICE BUILDING (File No. 94136) Council considered plans and specifications for "Parks and Recreation Office Building," Spec. No. 94 -13B; project cost estimate $590,000 including contingencies. Mike McCluskev, Public Works Director, Paul LeSaae. Parks and Recreation Director, and Bruce Fraser, architect, reviewed the plans for development of the site. Moved by Romero/Williams to approve plans and specifications, authorize staff to advertise for bids, and authorize the City Administrative Officer to award a construction contract H the lowest responsive, responsible bid is within the cost estimate; motion carried (5 -0). 3. HEADQUARTERS FIRE STATION (File No. 92-04) Council considered a status report concerning the Headquarters Fire Station. Bob Neumann. Fire Chief and Chris Ford of RRM Design reviewed the value engineering process to reduce the cost of the project and ensured that the design met the Council's expectations. Moved by Williams/Romero to receive the report and approve the project scope; motion carried (5- 0). 9:55 PM there being no further business to come before the City Cou ail; Mavor Settle adjourned the meeting to Tuesday, March 7, 1995 at 7:00 PM in the Council C APPROVED BY COUNCIL: ' Diane lad Il; City erk DRG:jsb MINUTES COUNCIL SUBCOMMITTEE TO THE CULTURAL HERITAGE COMMITTEE CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1995 -10:45 AM CITY HALL - COUNCIL HEARING ROOM - 990 PALM STREET SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA ROLL CALL: Council Subcommittee: Council Members Dodie Williams and Bill Roalman 1 Cultural Heritage Committee Chair. Garth Kornreich