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05/29/2001MINUTES REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO TUESDAY, MAY 29, 2001 - 7:00 P.M. COUNCIL CHAMBER, 990 PALM STREET SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA ROLL CALL: Council Members Present: Council Members Jan Howell Marx, Christine Mulholland, Ken Schwartz, Vice Mayor John Ewan, and Mayor Allen K. Settle City Staff: Present: Ken Hampian, City Administrative Officer; Jeff Jorgensen, City Attorney; Lee Price, City Clerk; Wendy George, Assistant City Administrative Officer; Bill Statler, Finance Director; Ann Slate, Human Resources Director, John Moss, Utilities Director; Mike McCluskey, Public Works Director; Paul LeSage, Parks and Recreation Director, Carolyn Dominguez, Accounting Manager; Linda Asprion, Revenue Manager; Sue Baasch, Utilities Administrative Analyst; Dave Hix, Wastewater Division Manager, Gary Henderson, Water Division Manager; and Dave Elliott, Public Works Administrative Analyst CLOSED SESSION ANNOUNCEMENT CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL Pursuant to Government Code § 54956.9 Existing Litigation: San Luis Obispo Police Officers Association v. City of San Luis Obispo (Superior Court Case No. CV010343) City Attorney Jorgensen announced that the closed session was held. None. PUBLIC COMMENT PUBLIC HEARINGS 1. WATER FUND REVIEW. Utilities Director Moss, Water Division Manager Henderson, and Administrative Analyst Baasch presented the staff report and responded to questions from the Council. Council Member Mulholland noted that she is troubled by the request to approve capital ' projects included in a Draft Water Facilities Master Plan that Council has not yet reviewed and adopted. Utilities Director Moss clarified that the recommended action conceptually approves the financing to allow project planning but does not approve any specific City Council Meeting Minutes Tuesday, May 29, 2001 - 7:00 p.m. Page 2 projects. Finance Director Statler added that Council will have two additional opportunities to review and approve the projects; first as part of the Draft Water Facilities Master Plan 1 review, and second, when specific projects come back to Council for the approval of plans and specification. ACTION: Moved by Ewan /Marx to: accept the 2001 Annual Water Fund Financial review. b) Conceptually approve the proposed operating program change requests and capital improvement plan requests contained in the preliminary 2001 -03 Financial Plan, pending the final budget review and adoption; motion carried 5:0. 2. SEWER FUND REVIEW. Utilities Director Moss, Wastewater Division Manasier Hix, and Utilities Administrative Analyst Baasch presented the staff report and responded to questions from the Council. ACTION: Moved by Marx/Ewan to: 1) Accept the 2001 Annual Sewer Fund Financial Review. 2) Conceptually approve the proposed operating program change requests and capital improvement plan requests contained in the preliminary 2001 -03 Financial Plan, pending final budget review and adoption. 3) Adopt Resolution No. 9185 increasing sewer service charges by 3 %, effective July 1, 2001, and by 3%, effective July 1, 2002; motion carried 5:0. Council asked that staff provide updates about any penalties imposed by the State for wastewater discharge violations. 3. PARKING FUND REVIEW. Public Works Director and Administrative Analyst Elliott presented the staff report and responded to questions from the Council. ACTION: Moved by Schwartz/Mulholland to accept the Parking Fund Review and directed staff to consult with the architect of the Palm Street structure about the value of the color red prior to repainting the garage; motion carried 5:0. 4. TRANSIT FUND REVIEW. Public Works Director McCiuskeY and Public Works Administrative Analyst Elliott presented the staff report and responded to questions from the Council. ACTION: Moved by to Mulholland /Ewan to accept the Transit Fund; motion carried 5:0. 5. GOLF COURSE FUND REVIEW. Parks and Recreation Director LeSage presented the staff report and responded to questions from the Council. ACTION: Moved by Schwartz/Marx to: 1) Adopt a Resolution No. 8186 setting fees for Laguna Lake Golf Course effective July 1, 2001 and 2002 as listed in the staff report. 2) Approve General Fund transfers $165,400 in 2001 -02 and $167,000 in 2002 -03 to offset general government and capital improvement plan (CIP) costs; motion carried 5:0. COMMUNICATIONS 1 City Council Meeting Minutes Tuesday, May 29, 2001 - 7:00 p.m. Page 3 Council Member Manx announced that the Annual Grand Jury Report is out and addresses land use and environmental quality review by San Luis Obispo County. Staff has requested additional copies for the Council. Mayor Settle reviewed the items discussed at the May 25, 2001 San Luis Obispo County Mayors Meeting (memo on file in the Office of the City Clerk). There being no further business to come before the City Council, Ma orSettl adjourned the meeting at 9:25 p.m. to Tuesday, June 5, 2001 at 4:00 p.m.! � / he Councf Ch ber, 990 Palm ? Street, San Luis Obispo. N APPROVED BY COUNCIL: 6119101 LP:mk u 1 City Clerk &L-1.-