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11/21/1995City Council Meeting Tuesday, November 21, 1995 - 7:00 p.m. Page 2 Lease of Property at 888 Morro Street" (A- 20- 95-CC) with San Luis Obispo Little Theatre; and 3) authorize the Mayor to execute the agreements; motion carried (4-0-1; Council Member Roalman absent. C2. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ORDINANCE (File No. 704) Council considered giving final passage to the Adult Entertainment Ordinance No. 1286 (1995 Series), adding Chapter 17.95 to the San Luis Obispo Municipal Code, Amending Table 9 of the Zoning Regulations, Adopting the Negative Declaration of Environmental Impacts and Repealing Interim Moratorium Imposed in Ordinance 1281. Moved by Williams /Romero to give final passage to Ordinance No. 1286; motion tamed (4-0-1; Council Member Roalman absent). C3. BIDS FOR CREEK BANK STABILIZATION PROJECTS - VARIOUS LOCATIONS Council considered bids for Four Creek Bank Stabilization Projects at Various Locations: 1) San Luis Creek at 236 Higuera Street (Spec. No. 9556 -020 -553); 2) San Luis Creek at 3046 S. Higuera Street (Spec. No. 9555 - 520 -553); 3) San Luis Creek at 35 Prado Road (Spec. No. 9554 - 520 -053; 4) San Luis Creek at 3546 S. Higuera Street (Spec. No. 9553 - 520 -053). Moved by Williams /Romero to: A) reject all bids; and B) adopt the mitigated negative declaration And monitoring program for the four creek repair projects; motion carried (4-0-1; Council Member Roalman absent). ' APPOINTMENTS Al. APPOINTMENT RECOMMENDATIONS TO MASS TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE (File No. 123) Council considered appointment recommendations to the Mass Transportation Committee to fill unexpired terms. Moved by RomeroWilliams to appoint Ken McCracken as disabled representative, term to expire 3131199; and, Kevin Rice as student representative, term to expire 3131196; motion tamed (4 -0-1; Council Member Roalman absent). A2. APPOINTMENT RECOMMENDATION TO THE JOINT RECREATIONAL USE COMMITTEE (File No. 123) Council considered appointment recommendation to the Joint Recreational Use Committee to fill an unexpired term. Moved by Romero /Smith to appoint Dennis Cox and Terry Connor to unexpired terms to end 3131196; motion tamed (4-0-1; Council Member Roalman absent). COUNCIL LIAISON REPORTS LR1, Vice Mayor Romero , Council Liaison to the CMC Advisory Committee, reported that one or ' two CMC maintenance crews would be available to work in the creeks indefinitely, and that new prisoners coming to the east facility at the Men's Colony would raise the prison population to 7,200 making it the largest facility in the State. LR2. Council Member Williams said she had attended an EOC Board meeting at which concerns were expressed regarding federal cutbacks, and it had been announced that the Family Planning Clinic will be moving to a new location and have a new name, EOC Health Services. City Council Meeting Tuesday, November 21, 1995 - 7:00 p.m. Page 3 LR3. Council Member Williams related that she had learned at a meeting of the of the Homeless Services Center that the project is progressing nicely, and might be completed at this time next year. PUBLIC HEARINGS 1. ADOPTION OF UNIFORM CONSTRUCTION CODES (File Nos. 402 & 726) A. Council held a public hearing to consider adoption of the 1994 Uniform Building Code and the 1993 National Electrical Code, with amendments. B. Council held a public hearing to consider adoption of the 1994 Edition of the Uniform Fire Code. Tom Baasch. Chief Building Inspector, summarized the code development process. He also explained that while commercial buildings that are moved from one location to another fall under the jurisdiction of the State building code, but residential, single - family dwellings that are relocated are subject to the Health and Safety Code which exempts them from all building code requirements. Bob Neumann, Fire Chief, briefly reviewed the reporL Mayor Settle opened the public hearing. Richard Schmidt, San Luis Obispo resident, asked Council not to repeal Chapter 15.20 until it can be reviewed and modified by a committee that will be comprised of people in the solar technology community. Mayor Settle closed the public hearing. After discussion, moved by Romero Williams to introduce Ordinance No. 1287 to print repealing Chapters 15.04 and Section 17.16.100 of the San Luis Obispo Municipal Code, and creating a new Chapter 15.04 adopting the 1994 Editions of the Uniform Building Codes and the 1993 Edition of the National Electrical Code, with amendments Chapter 15.20 to be retained until March 31, 1996, to allow review by a committee comprised of people knowledgeable in the solar technology community,; motion carried (4-0-1; Council Member Roalman absent). Moved by Smith/Romero to introduce Ordinance No. 1288 to print repealing Chapter 15.08 of Title 15 of the San Luis Obispo Municipal Code and creating a new Chapter 15.08 adopting the 1994 Edition of the Uniform Fire Code, with amendments; motion carried (4-04; Council Member Roalman absent). Council directed staff to return at a later date with a report on impact fees as referenced in Richard Schmidt's letter of November 17, 1995. (General consensus.) 2. AMENDMENTS TO CDBG PROGRAMS (File No. 427) Council held a public hearing to consider amendments to the City's Fiscal Year 1995 Community Development Block Grant Program. Arnold Jonas. Community Development Director, outlined the grant programs being amended. Mayor Settle opened the public hearing. City Council Meeting Tuesday, November 21, 1995 - 7:00 p.m. Page 4 t Bill Thoma, representing the Chamber of Commerce, encouraged Council to approve the Seismic Retrofit Grant Program. Mayor Settle closed the public hearing. After discussion, moved by Williams/Romero to recommend that the Board of Supervisors: 1) amend the FY 1995 CDBG program to allow EOC Family Planning to use $121,000 to purchase a clinic at 705 Grand Avenue (new location); 2) amend the FY 1995 CDBG Program to reallocate $150,000 from the Marsh Street Curb Ramps project to the Camegie Library remodel; 3) amend the FY 1994 CDBG Program to reallocate $8,000 from At -Risk Youth Services Program to the Carnegie Library remodel; and, 4) modify the Seismic Retrofit Loan program for the FY 1994 and FY 1995 CDBG Programs to a grant program and allow grants of up to 25 percent of total retrofit costs, not to exceed $25,000; motion carried (4 -0-1; Council Member Roalman absent). 3. UNDERGROUND DISTRICT 12 (File No. 563) Council held a public hearing to consider the formation of Underground District 12 (Jennifer /Osos Street at SPRR). Mike McCluskev. Public Works Director, explained the need for this new underground district Mayor Settle opened the public hearing. No one spoke on this item. Mayor Settle closed the public hearing. After discussion, moved by Smith /Settle to: 1) adopt Resolution No. 8471 approving a proposed revised priority list for underground districts; 2) by motion, direct staff to proceed with District 12; and, 3) introduce to print Ordinance No. 1289 to amend Section 13.12.040 of the Municipal Code to establish District 12; motion carried (3 -1 -0, Vice Mayor Romero voting no, Council Member Roalman absent). COMMUNICATIONS Comm. 1. Mayor Settle announced that a Trader Joe's may soon join the community. Comm. 2. Vice Mayor Romero commented on a letter from the Downtown Concept Plan Team asking that the City reconsider the change to the Court Street area portion of the Plan and asked that it come before Council again. (General consensus.) ,Comm. 3. Ken Hamaian, Assistant City Administrative Officer, said that COG would include on its December 6 agenda a dialogue on the issue of how LAFCo's are organized and the independence of L.AFCo's from County government. 4. CAL POLY STUDENT HOUSING COMMITTEE REPORT (File No. 425) Council considered a proposal by Cal Poly to review student housing needs in San Luis Obispo and the selection of two City representative to serve on the Student Housing Task Force. City Council Meeting Tuesday, November 21, 1995 - 7:00 p.m. Page 5 After discussion, moved by Settle /Romero to appoint Council Members Smith and Roalman to serve as City representatives to the Task Force, with Community Development Director, Arnold Jonas, or his designee, acting as staff representative; motion carried (4-0-1; Bill Roalman absent). S. POLICY FOR PLACING ITEMS ON THE AGENDA (File No. 114) Consideration of the policy for placing items on the agenda. This item was continued to the meeting of Tuesday, December 5, 1995. 8:20 p.m. There being no further business to come before the City Council a or Settle adjourned the meeting to Tuesday, December 5, 1995 in the Council Chamber. / / iy� X, APPROVED BY COUNCIL: .�✓ Kiln ondon, cting City Clerk KC:dr MINUTES REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO TUESDAY, DECEMBERS, 1995 - 7:00 P.M. CITY HALL - COUNCIL CHAMBER - 990 PALM STREET SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA ROLL CALL: Council Members Present: Council Members Kathy Smith, Dave Romero, Bill Roalman, Vice Mayor Dodie Williams, and Mayor Allen Settle Absent: None City Staff Present: John Dunn, City Administrative Officer, Jeff Jorgensen, City Attorney; Ken Hampian, Assistant City Administrative Officer, Kim Condon, Acting City Clerk; Mike McCluskey, Public Works Director, Arnold Jonas, Community Development Director, Ann Slate, Personnel Director; Bill Statier, Finance Director; Jim Gardiner, Police Chief; John Moss, Utilities Director; Dave Pierce, Water Reclamation Coordinator; Bob Neumann, Fire Chief. PRESENTATION Mayor Settle made a presentation to the Economic Opportunity Commission proclaiming December as EOC 30th Anniversary Month. Biz Steinberg, speaking on behalf of the EOC, thanked Council for their support. EOC. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD P.C.1. Vicki Janssen, Laurel Lane, expressed concern over the stark appearance of the concrete wall around the Laurelwood project. fl