CITY COUNCIL

A G E N D A

Date of Meeting: Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Time of Meeting: 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting

Place of Meeting: Council Chambers, City Hall

555 Washington Street

Red Bluff, CA



The City of Red Bluff welcomes you to their meetings, which are regularly scheduled for the first and third Tuesdays of each month. Your participation and interest are encouraged and appreciated. Meeting notices are available in appropriate alternative formats, upon request of a person with a disability. If accommodations are needed for individuals with disabilities, please contact the Deputy City Clerk’s office prior to the day of the meeting.

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.







B. CONSENT CALENDAR:


1. REPORT REGARDING CONTRACT AWARDS – MAY 2006

Recommendation: That the City Council accept the report.


2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

JUNE 6, 2006 - REGULAR MEETING


3. RESOLUTION NO. 46-2006; A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING WEEKLY STREET CLOSURE FOR THE “WEDNESDAY EVENING RED BLUFF FARMERS’ MARKET”

Recommendation: That the City Council adopt Resolution No. 46-2006 thereby authorizing the street closure for the Wednesday evening Farmers’ Market to be held from July 5, 2006 through September 27, 2006.


4. RESOLUTION NO. 47-2006; A RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE FOR THE CITY OF RED BLUFF

Recommendation: That the City Council adopt Resolution No. 47-2006 thereby repealing Resolution No. 5-2005 and adopting a new Conflict of Interest code.



5. ORDINANCE NO. 969; AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RED BLUFF MODIFYING RED BLUFF CITY CODE CHAPTER 5 CONSTRUCTION REGULATIONS BY ADDING ARTICLE VII – DIVERSION OF CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION DEBRIS

Recommendation: That the City Council waive the second reading and adopt Ordinance No. 969.


6. ORDINANCE NO. 970; AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RED BLUFF ASSUMING RESPONSIBILITIES FOR THE ENFORCEMENT OF DIVISION 13, PART 2.1 (COMMENCING WITH SECTION 18200) AND PART 2.3 (COMMENCING WITH SECTION 18860) OF THE CALIFORNIA HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE, THE MOBILEHOME PARKS ACT AND SPECIAL OCCUPANCY PARKS ACT AND TITLE 25, CHAPTER 2 (COMMENCING WITH SECTION 1000) AND CHAPTER 2.2 (COMMENCING WITH SECTION 2000) OF THE CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS

Recommendation: That the City Council waives the second reading and adopt Ordinance No. 970.


7. ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE; PERSON TO PERSON TRANSFER TYPE 21 (OFF-SALE GENERAL) AND TYPE 40 (ON-SALE BEER); CONVENIENCE MARKET WITH GASOLINE; 2370 MAIN ST.; ADOBE CHEVRON (NAME OF BUSINESS); EID OTHMAN (APPLICANT/OWNER)

Recommendation: That the City Council;

1. Acknowledge the application for a Person to Person transfer of a Type 21 (Off-Sale General) and Type 40 (On-Sale Beer) Alcoholic Beverage License for the Adobe Chevron located at 2370 Main St.

2. Affirm the conclusion of the Planning Director and the Chief of Police that protesting the license is not necessary provided the applicant complies with the following condition(s):

A. The applicant (Mr. Othman; First Owner) shall complete a City of Red Bluff Planning Application and pay the $200 processing fee for the City reviewing the proposed ABC Licenses; Person to Person of a Type 21 (Off-Sale General) and Type 40 (On-Sale Beer).



8. ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE; PERSON TO PERSON TRANSFER TYPE 21 (OFF-SALE GENERAL); CONVENIENCE MARKET WITH GASOLINE; 58 ANTELOPE BLVD; GAS 4 LESS (NAME OF BUSINESS); SANG SHUN SAM NG (APPLICANT/OWNER)

Recommendation: That the City Council:

1. Acknowledge the application for a Person to Person transfer of a Type 21 (Off-Sale General) Alcoholic Beverage License for the Gas 4 Less located at 58 Antelope Blvd.

2. Affirm the conclusion of the Planning Director and the Chief of Police that protesting the license is not necessary provided the applicant complies with the following condition(s):

A. The applicant (Mr. NG; First Owner) shall complete a City of Red Bluff Planning Application and pay the $200 processing fee for the City reviewing the proposed ABC Licenses; Person to Person of a Type 21 (Off-Sale General).


9. ALCOHOL BEVERAGE LICENSE; PERSON TO PERSON TRANSFER TYPE 21 (OFF-SALE GENERAL); GROCERY MARKET; 460 ANTELOPE BLVD.; ANTELOPE HOLIDAY AND LIQUOR (NAME OF BUSINESS); SINGH JASBIR DEOL (APPLICANT/OWNER)

Recommendation: That the City Council:

1. Acknowledge the application for a Person to Person transfer of a Type 21 (Off-Sale General) Alcoholic Beverage License for the Antelope Holiday and Liquor located at 460 Antelope Blvd.

2. Affirm the conclusion of the Planning Director and the Chief of Police that protesting the license is not necessary provided the applicant complies with the following condition(s):

A. The applicant (Mr. Deol; First Owner) shall complete a City of Red Bluff Planning Application and pay the $200 processing fee for the City reviewing the proposed ABC Licenses; Person to Person of a Type 21 (Off-Sale General).




10. WASHINGTON STREET WATER LINE REPLACEMENT PROJECT

Recommendation: That the City Council accept the completed project improvements for the Washington Street Water Line Replacement, direct staff to file a notice of completion and begin the one year warranty period.


11. DESIGNATION OF RON YOUNG AS CITY ENGINEER/CITY SURVEYOR ON A ONE TIME BASIS FOR THE PURPOSE OF SIGNING AND STAMPING TRACT MAP 03-1000 AND AUTHORIZE THE FILING OF TRACT MAP 03-1000.

Recommendation: That the City Council designate Ron Young with Wildan as City Engineer/City Surveyor on a one time basis for the purposes of signing Tract Map 03-1000 and authorize the filing of Tract Map 03-1000.


12. TRACT MAP 03-1000, ACCEPTANCE OF TRACT MAP AND DEDICATIONS

Recommendation: That the City Council accept the dedications contained on Tract Map 03-1000 and direct staff to record Tract Map 03-1000.


13. QUOTE FROM NCCSIF FOR BONDS

Recommendation: That the City Council authorize the City Manager to proceed to finalize arrangements with NCCSIF for the Crime Policy at a cost of $911.00 annually.


14. RESOLUTION NO. 44-2006 AND 45-2006 FIXING THE RATE OF TAXES NECESSARY TO RAISE REVENUE NECESSARY TO SUPPORT THE CITY OF RED BLUFF DEPARTMENTS FOR THE 2006-2007 FISCAL YEAR AND FIXING THE AMOUNT OF REVENUE FROM PROPERTY TAXES NECESSARY TO SUPPORT THE RED BLUFF CITY DEPARTMENTS FOR THE 2006-2007 FISCAL YEAR

Recommendation: That the City Council adopt Resolution No. 44-2006 and Resolution No. 45-2006.



15. SELECTION OF CONSULTANT FOR GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS) PLANNING AND ANALYSIS

Recommendation: That the City Council authorize the City Manager to finalize the contract for Professional Services – Geographic Information System (GIS) Planning and Analysis with ENPLAN.


16. SELECTION OF CONSULTANT FOR COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL IMPACT ANALYSIS & GRANT APPLICATIONS

Recommendation: That the City Council authorize the City Manager to finalize the contract for Professional Services – Commercial/Industrial Impact Analysis & Grant Applications with PACE.


17. SELECTION OF WATER SUPPLIES ON-CALL LIST

Recommendation: That the City Council approve the five vendors as an on-call list for the fiscal year of July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007 for the Water Department for water system materials and supplies per the City’s Procurement Policy (see attached copy).


18. EXTENSION OF CONTRACT FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT LOAN SERVICES WITH TRI COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

Recommendation: That the City Council approve the extension of the contract with Tri-County Economic Development Corporation to provide the economic development loan services in the not to exceed amount of $10,000 from Community Block Grant Program Income Revolving Loan Account (RLA) for July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007.


19. SELECTION OF CONSULTANT FOR FIRE FACILITY FEASIBILITY STUDY

Recommendation: That the City Council authorize the Finance Director to finalize the contract for Professional Services – Fire Facility Feasibility Study with Matrix.


20. AUTOMATED VOICE MESSAGING SYSTEM

Recommendation: That the City Council approve the Parks and Recreation Department to implement the voice messaging system at the Community/Senior Center location during business hours Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


21. MCGLYNN SWIMMING POOL STATUS UPDATE FOR JUNE ‘06

Recommendation: Informational.

END OF CONSENT CALENDAR


C. CURRENT BUSINESS:


1. TAX EQUITY AND FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY ACT (TEFRA) PUBLIC HEARING AND RESOLUTION NO. 39-2006 – A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ISSUANCE OF TAX-EXEMPT BONDS BY THE CALIFORNIA MUNICIPAL FINANCE AUTHORITY FOR SENIOR HOUSING PROJECTS TO BE OWNED BY A LIMITED PARTNERSHIP OR A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY IN WHICH MERCY HOUSING CALIFORNIA OR AN AFFILIATE WILL SERVE AS A GENERAL PARTNER OR MEMBER

Recommendation: That the City Council:

1. Conduct the Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act (“TEFRA”) public hearing regarding the issuance of $23,720,000 of tax-exempt conduit bonds to refinance and rehabilitate Villa Columba Apartments – a 70 unit senior housing facility located at 460 Main Street, Red Bluff, CA 96080 with $3,190,000 of allocated costs and Mercy Riverside Manor – a 24 unit senior housing facility located at 230 Sycamore Street, Red Bluff, CA 96080 with $1,150,000 of allocated costs.

2. Adopt Resolution No. 39-2006 approving the Issuance of Tax-Exempt Bonds by the California Municipal Finance Authority for Senior Housing Projects to be Owned by a Limited Partnership of a Limited Liability Company in which Mercy Housing California or an Affiliate will serve as a General Partner or Member.


2. GREENWASTE OF TEHAMA REQUEST FOR CPI ADJUSTMENT AND FUEL SURCHARGE; RESOLUTION NOS. 49-2006 AND 50-2006

Recommendation: That the City Council:

1. Adopt Resolution No. 49-2006, A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Red Bluff adopting New Residential and Commercial Collection Rates Charged by GreenWaste of Tehama effective July 1, 2006.

2. Adopt Resolution No. 50-2006, A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Red Bluff amending the Agreement between the City of Red Bluff and Waste Connections of California, Inc., Successor in Interest to GreenWaste of Tehama, for Commercial Integrated Waste Management.


3. CONTINUED DISCUSSION OF DEVELOPER FUNDING PARTICIPATION PERTAINING TO THE MUNICIPAL SERVICE REVIEW (MSR) STUDY ASSOCIATED WITH THE CITY OF RED BLUFF SPHERE OF INFLUENCE (SOI) BOUNDARY MAP EXPANSION

Recommendation: That the City Council consider the following MSR funding options for the MSR proposal cost of $66,400.00:

1. A 1/3 split (i.e. $22,133.33 each) between the City of Red Bluff, Duke Leggett, Alexander Leggett Development and Ron Moser, Tuscan Village Development; or

2. An alternative proportional or maximum City Contribution; or

3. Allocate full City funding of the MSR without any participation of the two developers.

4. If funding of the MSR involves some form of participation with the two developers, then the City Council should also direct the City Attorney and staff to prepare Agreements with the two developers to participate in funding of the MSR study and to bring back the Agreements to the City Council for approval at a future meeting.


4. PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER; ANNEXATION NO. 06-001 (CC RES. 42-2006); PREZONE/REZONE NO. 199 (ORD. 971) FOR R-1 SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL, AND TTM 06-1007 (CC RES. 43-2006); MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION; APN: 31-210-35; SPRINGTIME LN./ALOHA ST.; GREY & SNOW (OWNER)

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 Council.


3. Adopt Resolution No. 42-2006; Annexation 06-001 accepting and approving the annexation of uninhabited territory as described in Legal Description “A” and Legal Diagram “B” attached to and made part of Resolution No. 42-2006, and

4. Waive the first reading and introduce Ordinance No. 971; Prezone/Rezone No. 199, Rezoning of the Zoning Map, and

5. Adopt Resolution No. 43-2006; Tentative Tract Map 06-1007 (TTM-06-1007) with the findings and conditions of approval shown in Resolution No. 43-2006.


5. DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEE PUBLIC HEARING – ORDINANCE NO. 965 – AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RED BLUFF AMENDING CHAPTER 17 OF THE CITY MUNICIPAL CODE, DEVELOPMENT IMPACT MITIGATION FEES

Recommendation: That the City Council:

1. Conduct the public hearing.


2. Direct staff as necessary to address the public hearing comments.

3. Waive the first reading and introduce Ordinance No. 965 – An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Red Bluff Amending Chapter 17 of the City Municipal Code, Development Impact Mitigation Fees.


6. ADOPTION OF 2006/07 PRELIMINARY BUDGET

Recommendation: That the City Council adopt the Fiscal Year 2006/07 Preliminary Budget.



7. CANCELLATION OF JULY 12, 2006 SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING FOR THE PUBLIC HEARING ON THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT AND PROJECT APPLICATIONS FOR THE WAL-MART SUPERCENTER PROJECT

Recommendation: That the City Council cancel the previously scheduled, (but not yet noticed) July 12, 2006 Special City Council meeting for the Wal-Mart Supercenter Project Public Hearing at the Community/Senior Center Auditorium.


8. RATIFY/APPROVE MAY PAYABLES CHECK NUMBERS 52044-52348

Recommendation: That the City Council ratify/approve May Payables Checks Number 52044-52348.


D. COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS:


Reports by City Council Committee members on meetings held.



E. ADJOURNMENT:


NOTICE: THE MEETING OF JULY 4TH, 2006 WAS CANCELLED DUE TO THE JULY 4TH HOLIDAY.


Next Meeting: Special Workshop Meeting of July 8, 2006, at 9 a.m., Red Bluff City Council Chambers.


Next Regular Adjourned Meeting: July 18, 2006 at 7 p.m., Red Bluff City Council Chambers