Date of Meeting: Tuesday, February 17, 2004
Time of Meeting: 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting
Place of Meeting: Council Chambers, City Hall
555 Washington Street
Red Bluff, CA
This agenda has been posted pursuant to Resolution No. 28-1995.
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The Agenda is divided into two sections:
CONSENT AGENDA: These items include routine financial and administrative actions and are usually approved by a single majority vote. Any City Councilmember, staff member or interested person may request that an item be removed from the Consent Agenda and those items are usually considered following approval of the remaining Consent Agenda.
REGULAR AGENDA: These items include significant financial and administrative actions of special interest that are usually approved individually by a majority vote. The Regular Agenda also includes noticed hearings and public hearings. The times on the agenda are approximate.
The deadline for items to be placed on the City’s agenda is 5:00 p.m. on the preceding Tuesday, unless a holiday intervenes. Items not listed on the Agenda can only be considered by the City Council if they qualify under Government Code Section 54954.2(b) (typically this applies to items meeting the criteria as an off agenda emergency).
A. CITIZEN’S COMMENT:
This time is set-aside for citizens to address the City Council on any item of interest to the public that is within the subject matter jurisdiction of the City Council. For items that are on the agenda, public comment will be heard when the item is discussed. If your comments concern an item that is noted as a public hearing, please address the City Council after the public hearing is opened for public testimony. The Mayor reserves the right to limit each speaker to three (3) minutes. Please understand that by law, the City Council cannot make decisions on matters not on the agenda and matters of concern will be referred to the City Manager's Office.
1. RED BLUFF YOUTH SOCCER LEAGUE –
Presentation of awards to Team Chivas
C. CONSENT AGENDA:
1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
February 3, 2004
2. TREASURER’S REPORT
Recommendation: That the City Council accept the report for the month of October 2003.
3. REPORT REGARDING CONTRACT AWARDS – JANUARY 2004
Recommendation: Informational only – No action needed.
4. RATIFY/APPROVE JANUARY PAYROLL CHECKS NUMBERS 15351-15493; PAYROLL
DIRECT DEPOSIT NUMBERS 2890-3060; JANUARY PAYABLES CHECK NUMBERS
Recommendation: That the City Council ratify/approve January Payroll Checks Number 15351-15493; Payroll Direct Deposit Numbers 2890-3060; January Payables Check Numbers 43827-44071.
5. TRAVEL POLICY
Recommendation: That the City Council approve the Travel Policy with the proposed revisions to the mileage rate and Per Diem Rates as per IRS regulations.
6. PAYMENT SCHEDULE FOR CHAMBER AND HRBA
Recommendation: That the City Council approve the payment schedule for the Chamber of Commerce and Historic Red Bluff Association.
7. RESULTS OF THE GREENWASTE LEAF PICKUP EVENT JANUARY 17, 2004
Recommendation: No Action Necessary – Informational Item
8. TEHAMA COUNTY JUVENILE HALL/CITY WATERLINE PROJECT FINAL INVOICE
9. URBAN AREA BOUNDARY ADJUSTMENTS REQUESTED BY FHWA
Recommendation: That the City Council accept the proposed urban area boundaries for Red Bluff and direct staff to respond to Tehama County with a letter stating same.
END OF CONSENT CALENDAR
D. CURRENT BUSINESS:
1. RESCHEDULE PUBLIC HEARING, ORDINANCE NO. 949; AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTIONS 20.6 (A) AND 20.11 (A) OF THE RED BLUFF CITY CODE AUTHORIZING THE PLANNING DIRECTOR TO APPROVE LOT LINE ADJUSTMENTS AND VOLUNTARY MERGERS, AND PROVIDING FOR APPEALS TO ACTIONS BY THE PLANNING DIRECTOR
Recommendation: Informational - Item
2. RUNNING OF THE HORSES SPECIAL EVENT
Recommendation: That the City Council discuss and select one of the options contained in the previous February 3, 2004 staff report and if the City Council decides to hold the event, also establish the amount of insurance required for the event.
3. IMPACTS OF STATE BUDGET CRISIS
ADJUSTMENTS TO 2003/2004 FINAL BUDGET
Recommendation: Pursuant to City Council action on December 16, 2003 to reduce the City’s Preliminary Budget by $171,094 as a result of the state budget crisis and the state’s withholding of $171,094 in Vehicle License Fees, and the meeting with Chamber of Commerce representatives regarding the City’s Community Promotion budget reduction of $24,000, provide direction to staff regarding the method of attaining the $24,000 reduction.
4. PUBLIC HEARING; ORDINANCE NO. 950; REZONE NO. 195; REQUIRING CONDITIONAL USE PERMITS FOR INTERIOR RETAIL SALES AREAS GREATER THAN 40,000 SQUARE FEET [p.n. 764]
Recommendation: That the City Council:
1. Conduct the public hearing and consider all public testimony and other information submitted relating to Ordinance No. 950.
2. Find that Ordinance No. 950 is consistent with the City’s General Plan and Zoning Code.
3. Find that Ordinance No. 950 is exempt from CEQA pursuant to section 15308 of the CEQA Guidelines, (Class 8 Categorical Exemption, Actions by Regulatory Agencies for Protection of the Environment).
4. Waive first reading and introduce Ordinance No. 950, requiring Conditional Use Permits for interior retail sales areas greater than 40,000 square feet, with the findings noted in items No. 2 and 3 above.
5. RESOLUTION NO. 7-2004; A RESOLUTION ADOPTING A FINAL BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 2003 TO JUNE 30, 2004
Recommendation: That the City Council adopt Resolution No. 7-2004 thereby adopting the 2003/2004 Final City Budget which includes final revenues and expenditures approved by the City Council since the adoption of the 2003/2004 Preliminary City Budget.
6. MID-YEAR BUDGET UPDATE
Recommendation: Information Only
7. ADDITIONAL AUDIT COST FOR JUNE 30, 2003
Recommendation: That the City Council approve supplemental appropriation for additional audit work by Nystrom & Company for $5,500 to 10-18-340-100.
8. NEW MAIL SERVER AND SOFTWARE
Recommendation: That the City Council authorize the City Manager to enter into a contract with Computer Logistics for new mail server and software and approve supplemental appropriation for $3,238.30.
9. REPORT ON SALES TAX
Recommendation: Informational Only
10. FIRST 5 TEHAMA GRANT PROPOSAL
Recommendation: That the City Council approve the submittal of the pre-qualification proposal in order to proceed with the First 5 Tehama Grant process and if awarded, have the Parks and Recreation Director bring the Grant back to City Council for final approval.
11. REQUEST TO WAIVE BUILDING PERMIT FEES UP TO $10,321.03 RELATING TO THE NEW CHARTER SCHOOL BEING BUILT AT 1660 MONROE STREET, RED BLUFF, CA
Recommendation: That the City Council provide direction to the Building Department regarding the waiving of fees up to $10,321.03 for the new Sacramento River Discovery Charter School to be built at 1660 Monroe St., Red Bluff, CA.
12. REQUEST TO WAIVE SIGN PERMIT FEES UP TO $266.57 RELATING TO THE PLACEMENT OF A MONUMENT SIGN, FOR SACRED HEART PARISH SCHOOL
Recommendation: That the City Council give direction to the Building Department regarding possible waiver of fees up to $266.57 for a sign permit at 2255 Monroe Street, Sacred Heart Parish School.
13. PARATRANSIT CONTRACT RENEGOTIATION
Recommendation: That the City Council discuss the contract renegotiation issue and provide direction to the City TCTC representative.
14. PUBLIC HEARING; MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION; BREWERY CREEK SEWAGE PUMP STATIONS AND FORCE MAIN PROJECT
Recommendation: That the City Council:
1. Conduct the Public Hearing.
2. Consider all public testimony and all other information relating to this project submitted to the City Council.
3. Approve the Mitigated Negative Declaration for the Brewery Creek Sewage Pump Stations and Force Main Project with the Findings in the document titled “Conditions and Findings”.
15. SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL PROGRAM; SO. JACKSON STREET BETWEEN REEDS CREEK BRIDGE AND SPYGLASS DRIVE
Recommendation: That the City Council review and discuss the project and:
1. Direct staff to proceed with the project application as proposed; or
2. Provide other direction to staff regarding this matter.
16. TRANSPORTATION ENHANCEMENT ACTIVITIES PROJECTS, FY 2004/2009
Recommendation: That the City Council:
1. Direct staff to proceed with the project applications as proposed; or
2. Provide staff with direction regarding potential TE projects.
17. RESOLUTION NO. 8-2004, FAA PROJECT GRANT APPLICATION FOR ACIP FY 2004
Recommendation: That the City Council adopt Resolution No. 8-2004 and the submittal the FY 2004 FAA ACIP Grant application for improvements at Red Bluff Municipal Airport.
18. FIVE-YEAR CIWMP REVIEW REPORT
Recommendation: That the City Council hear the presentation by Mr. Abbs and provide comments as appropriate.
E. COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS:
Reports by City Council Committee members on meetings held.
Meeting of March 2, 2004, at 7 p.m., Red Bluff City Council Chambers.