CITY COUNCIL

 

REGULAR ADJOURNED MEETING MINUTES

 

DATE OF MEETING:            March 16, 2004

 

TIME OF MEETING:            7:00 P.M.

 

PLACE OF MEETING:          RED BLUFF COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL

 

The agenda for this meeting was posted pursuant to Resolution No. 28-1995

 

Councilmembers Present:     Forrest Flynn, Mayor

                                                Larry Stevens Mayor Pro Tem

                                                Gregg Avilla

Andy Houghton

Russ Frey

 

Councilmembers Absent:      None

                                                                       

Staff Present:                          Susan Price, City Manager

                                                Richard Crabtree, City Attorney

                                                Gary Antone, Director of Public Works  

                                                Charles Hayden, Planning Director

Gloria Shepherd, City Clerk

Margaret Van Warmerdam, Director of Finance

Tessa Pritchard, Human Resources Director

            Michael Damon, Fire Chief           

                                                Al Shamblin, Police Chief

                                                Robb Gibbs, Director of Parks and Recreation

                                                                J.D. Ellison, Sr. Building Director/Official

                                                                Venita Philbrick, City Treasurer

 

Mayor Flynn called the Regular Adjourned Meeting to order at 7:00 P.M.

 

Alberta Antone, Citizen, led the Pledge of Allegiance at the request of Mayor Flynn and the assemblage joined in.


 

 

CITIZENS COMMENTS

 

None

 

 

PROCLAMATION

 

Dress Western Week

 

Mayor Flynn read the Proclamation encouraging citizens to join in the celebration during the Round-Up Week Festivities for the 83rd Annual Round-Up Rodeo by dressing western to the many weeklong events held April 10-18, 2004.

 

 

CONSENT CALENDAR

 

M/S/C Avilla, Houghton to pull item # 16 and approve the remaining Consent Agenda

 

AYES:            Councilmembers:            Avilla, Flynn, Frey, Houghton and Stevens

NOES:                                                None               

ABSENT OR NOT VOTING:             None

 

 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES  - MARCH 2, 2004

 

Approved 5-0-0

 

 

TREASURER’S REPORT

 

Approved 5-0-0

 

 

REPORT REGARDING CONTRACT AWARDS – FEBRUARY 2004

 

Approved 5-0-0

 

 

RATIFY/APPROVE FEBRUARY PAYROLL CHECKS NUMBERS 15494-15629; PAYROLL DIRECT DEPOSIT NUMBERS 3061-3138; FEBRUARY PAYABLES CHECK NUMBERS 44072-44320

 

Approved 5-0-0

 

 

PURCHASE OF AN ADDITIONAL VEHICLE FOR THE SENIOR NUTRITION PROGRAM USING FUNDS ACQUIRED UNDER TITLE III OF THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT

 

Approved 5-0-0

 

 

CALIFORNIA ROAD SYSTEM (CRS), CERTIFIED MAINTAINED MILEAGE (CMM), RESOLUTION NO. 13-2004

 

Approved 5-0-0

 

 

RECOGNITION OF DOWNTOWN FITNESS AND RED BLUFF HEALTH AND FITNESS AS APPROVED FITNESS CENTERS IN THE CITY OF RED BLUFF’S WELLNESS PROGRAM

 

Approved 5-0-0

 

 

WATER METER INSTALLATION PROGRAM

 

Approved 5-0-0

 

 

TRI-COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (TCEDC) MEMBERSHIP CONTRACT FOR ECONOMIC PLANNING AND COORDINATION SERVICES - $4,993

 

Approved 5-0-0

 

 

REQUEST TO REPLACE THE EXISTING CITY BUILDING FILE FOLDER STORAGE LOCATED IN CITY HALL

 

Approved 5-0-0

 

 

ACCEPTANCE OF HOME DEPOT WATER/SEWER EASEMENTS

 

Approved 5-0-0

 

 

WASTEWATER CHEMICAL COST ADJUSTMENT

 

Approved 5-0-0

 

RWQCB, CENTRAL VALLEY REGION SACRAMENTO RIVER WATER QUALITY ISSUES

 

Approved 5-0-0

 

 

A.                 ALCOHOL SALES LICENSE; NEW; TYPE 41 (ON-SALE BEER AND WINE); BONA FIDE EATING PLACE; 4 SUTTER STREET, SUITE B; EL CAZADOR RESTAURANT (NAME OF BUSINESS); AGUILAR ELISEO (FIRST OWNER)

B.                 ALCOHOL SALES LICENSE; CHANGE FROM TWO LICENSE HOLDERS TO ONE LICENSE HOLDER; TYPE 52 (VETERANS CLUB), AND TYPE 58 (CATERER PERMIT); 735 OAK STREET; AMERICAN LEGION POST 167 (NAME OF BUSINESS AND FIRST OWNER)

 

Approved 5-0-0

 

 

CURRENT BUSINESS

 

BIL CROOK; BLACKTOP BLUES SOCIETY; PROPOSED ENTERTAINMENT AT THE CITY RIVER PARK ON JULY 4, 2004

 

Robb Gibbs, Director of Parks & Recreation, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to permit “Blacktop Blues” to provide free entertainment to the community on July 4, 2004 in the downtown River Park and waive the two-hour sound ordinance for the event and allow them to perform throughout the day.

 

It was suggested that the City Insurance Carrier should be contacted and staff will bring back information providing a letter from the Insurance Carrier regarding the event.

 

Unanimous consensus to approve

 

 

RESOLUTION NO. 14-2004 – A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE TEHAMA COUNTY SANITARY LANDFILL AGENCY TO SUBMIT AN APPLICATION TO THE DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION DIVISION OF RECYCLING UNDER THE CALIFORNIA BEVERAGE CONTAINER RECYCLING AND LITTER REDUCTION ACT

 

Alan Abbs, Solid Waste Director, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to approve Resolution No. 14-2004, authorizing the Tehama County Landfill Agency to submit an application to the Department of Conservation Division of Recycling Under the California Beverage Container Recycling and Litter Reduction Act.

 

This is an application for a  $5,000 block grant paid out of the California Redemption Value when you buy beverages and this grant is guaranteed that the City will get it.

 

M/S/C Avilla, Stevens to approve Resolution No. 14-2004, authorizing the Tehama County Landfill Agency to submit an application to the Department of Conservation Division of Recycling Under the California Beverage Container Recycling and Litter Reduction Act.

 

AYES:            Councilmembers:            Avilla, Flynn, Frey, Houghton and Stevens

NOES:                                                None

ABSENT OR NOT VOTING:             None

 

 

TRASH & RECYCLING RECEPTACLES FOR DOWNTOWN AREA

 

Alan Abbs, Solid Waste Director, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to listen and consider the purchase of three combination trash/recycling receptacles for the downtown area with 2003/2004 Beverage Container and Litter Abatement grant funds managed by the Tehama County Sanitary Landfill Agency and provide direction to the Solid Waste Director.

 

This purchase is from this year’s spending of grant monies for combination trash and recycling containers with a new design that looks like a standard metal container from a distance, but that is actually a dual receptacle for waste on one side and recycling on the other.

 

M/S/C Avilla, Houghton to approve the purchase of three combination trash/recycling receptacles for the downtown area with 2003/2004 Beverage Container and Litter Abatement grant funds managed by the Tehama County Sanitary Landfill Agency and provide direction to the Solid Waste Director.

 

 

AYES:            Councilmembers:            Avilla, Flynn, Frey, Houghton and Stevens

NOES:                                                None               

ABSENT OR NOT VOTING:             None

 

 

PARATRANSIT CONTRACT RENEGOTIATION

 

Gary Antone, Public Works Director, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to discuss the contract re-negotiation issue and provide direction to the City’s TCTC representative.

 

Bill Brashears, Paratransit Regional Manager, presented an overview of the current contract needs that included rate increases of about $39,169 for one year, due to Workers Compensation increases and vehicle insurance costs that were out of their control. 

 


 

They have already run this bid process by TPAC (Transit Advisory Committee) made up of representatives throughout the County and City.  One solution for the high Worker Comp Costs is to organize an insurance pool for non-profit agencies that might stabilize prices and help rates to go down.

 

The Paratransit request is for relief this year in the amount of $39,169.52 and if the State approves the insurance pool it is predicted that the rates will be back down and next year there should not be a need to request relief for the services.

 

The City’s responsible portion would be about 24% of the total amount and there will not be a bus rate increase as a result of this.

 

Bill Goodwin, TCTC Executive Officer, explained that this Paratransit Contract is with the County and it is based on the recommendation of the TCTC Board.  Estimates by the County Auditor is that there may be about $165,000 of the LTF (Local Transportation Fund), and this means that Red Bluff should receive about $26,000 for the current year and the City would then not go into the negative.  The primary function of the LTF funding is first for Public Transit and the remaining is for City Streets. 

 

Unanimous Consensus to direct Transportation representative Mayor Pro Tem Stevens to support the one year $39,170 increase cost.

 

 

RTP TRANSPORTATION NEEDS ASSESSMENT

 

Gary Antone, Public Works Director, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to hear the RTP presentation and provide direction to staff.

 

Gary Plunkett, County Consultant, reviewed the process of the funding for transportation needs.

 

California Transportation Commission requests total unconstrained transportation needs submitted with regard to funding in order to quantify the needs.

 

Federal and State requirements do require public participation and preparation as well as a needs assessment. After the approval of the assessment the needs are determined and the financial element is developed along with the goals and then scheduled for adoption in September 2004. An environmental document will then be prepared and approved by the Commission prior to funding.

 

A needs and purpose type of statement justifying what you are asking for is part of the process.

 

City Council directed Public Works to provide the prepared needs and requirements with regard to Transportation Funding processes.


 

 

AYES:            Councilmembers:            Avilla, Flynn, Frey, Houghton and Stevens

NOES:                                                None               

ABSENT OR NOT VOTING:             None

 

 
SUBJECT: PRESENTATION AND ACCEPTANCE OF THE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2003

 

Margaret Van Warmerdam, Financial Director, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to accept the Annual Financial Report for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 2003.

 

Robert Griffith, Nystrom & Company LLP Certified Public Accountant, presented an overview of all the issues with a PowerPoint presentation that addressed the Auditors’ Reports, Financial Statement of Presentation, and Findings and other comments.

 

The Financial Statements are more user friendly for the Public with three basic areas that include: Entity-wide statements that include all activities, Fund Financial Statements that include major funds of City, and Reconciliation of Fund Financial Statements to entity wide statements that show the current assets and liabilities reconciled.

 

The findings found that the fixed assets were inventoried with a historical cost along with appreciation of those assets.  The infrastructure was included on a prospective basis only.

 

The City’s financial statements are fairly stated and include all fixed assets and there are only four compliance findings all related to federal programs being currently addressed. 

 

Serious and meaningful progress has been made in addressing prior findings.

 

Councilmember Avilla thanked the Financial Director, City Manager and City staff for all of their work and efforts.

 

M/S/C Avilla, Houghton to accept the Annual Financial Report for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 2003.

 

AYES:            Councilmembers:            Avilla, Flynn, Frey, Houghton and Stevens

NOES:                                                None               

ABSENT OR NOT VOTING:             None

 


 

PUBLIC HEARING, ORDINANCE NO. 949, AND ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTIONS 20.6 (A) AND 20.11 (A) OF THE RED BLUFF CITY CODE AUTHORIZING THE PLANNING COMMISSION AND THE PLANNING DIRECTOR TO APPROVE LOT LINE ADJUSTMENTS AND VOLUNTARY MERGERS, AND PROVIDING FOR APPEALS TO ACTIONS BY THE PLANNING DIRECTOR

 

Charles Hayden, Planning Director, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to:

1.      Conduct the public hearing and consider all public testimony and all other information submitted relating to Ordinance No. 949.

2.      Find that adoption of Ordinance No. 949 is exempt from CEQA pursuant to Section 15061.b.3 of the CEQA Guidelines.

3.      Waive first reading and introduce Ordinance No. 949, An Ordinance Amending Sections 20.6 (A) and 20.11 (A) of the Red Bluff City Code Authorizing the Planning Commission and the Planning Director to Approve Lot Line Adjustments and Voluntary Mergers, and Providing for Appeals to Actions by the Planning Director.

 

Mayor Flynn opened the Public Hearing.

 

Rob Schmidt, Airport Commission, asked what would happen if there were any unresolved problems with requests and it was explained that it would go back to the City Council for resolution.

 

Ron Clark, DDS, mentioned his support of the process.

 

Mayor Flynn, Closed the Public Hearing.

 

The appeal fee is $500 and a second appeal fee would be consistent with the Council’s directive on a case by case basis.

 

The User Fee Consultant Study will be brought back with results for discussion regarding appeal fees.

 

M/S/C Avilla, Houghton to:

 

1.      Find that adoption of Ordinance No. 949 is exempt from CEQA pursuant to Section 10561.b.3 of the CEQA Guidelines.

2.      Waive the first reading and introduce Ordinance No. 949, an Ordinance Amending Sections 20.6 (A) and 20.11 (A) of the Red Bluff City Code Authorizing the Planning Commission and the Planning Director to Approve Lot Line Adjustments and Voluntary Mergers, and Providing for Appeals to Actions by the Planning Director.

 

 

AYES:            Councilmembers:            Avilla, Flynn, Frey, Houghton and Stevens

NOES:                                                None               

ABSENT OR NOT VOTING:             None

 

 

5 Minute Break

 

 

ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 951 AMENDING CHAPTER 25 OF THE RED BLUFF CITY CODE ESTABLISHING DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT PROCEDURES

 

Charles Hayden, Planning Director, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to waive the second reading and adopt Ordinance No. 951 amending Chapter 25 of the Red Bluff City Code establishing Development Agreement procedures.

 

Councilmember Frey asked the City Attorney if a nexus would be needed presently in the Development Agreement.

 

Rick Crabtree, City Attorney, said the nexus is the starting point between requirements and development impacts for negotiating and it won’t be needed with the Development Agreement. The Development Agreement frees the City from the requirement that an express nexus be identified for each requirement and allows more flexibility and opportunity to be more creative in a Development Agreement.

 

The Development Agreement is a mutual process and the City can’t require anyone to agree to a development agreement.

 

A Developer in process may be tied to new requirements that come down the line but a Development Agreement locks in place the laws as they exist at the time the Development Agreement was approved.

 

With the mutual agreement of both parties the Development Agreement can be changed.

 

M/S/C Avilla, Houghton to waive the second reading and adopt Ordinance No. 951 amending Chapter 25 of the Red Bluff City Code establishing Development Agreement procedures.

 

AYES:            Councilmembers:            Avilla, Flynn, Frey, Houghton and Stevens

NOES:                                                None               

ABSENT OR NOT VOTING:             None

 

 

2003/2004 HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP (HOME) PROGRAM FUNDING AWARD - $974,359 – KIMBALL CROSSING APARTMENTS

 

Susan Price, City Manager, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to review the memo indicating they are proceeding with the preparation of a tax credit application.

 

HOME funding for the Kimball Crossing Apartments was awarded to the City in the amount of $974,359 for a portion of the total funding needed for the project.

 

Informational Only

 

 

PLAYGROUND RESURFACING MATERIAL

 

Rob Gibbs, Parks and Recreation Director, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to authorize the City Manager to enter into a purchase order with Miracle Recreation Equipment in the amount of $41,905.11 for playground resurfacing.

 

Three bids were received and Miracle Recreation Equipment was awarded the bid for $41,905.11.

 

M/S/C Avilla, Houghton to enter into a purchase order with Miracle Recreation Equipment in the amount of $41,905.11 for playground resurfacing.

 

AYES:            Councilmembers:            Avilla, Flynn, Frey, Houghton and Stevens

NOES:                                                None               

ABSENT OR NOT VOTING:             None

 

 

CONCRETE PICNIC TABLES AND BENCHES

 

Rob Gibbs, Parks and Recreation Director, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to authorize the City Manager to enter into a purchase order with Outdoor Creations in the amount of $22,013.06 for concrete picnic tables and benches.

 

Two Bids were received and Outdoor Creations was awarded the bid for $23,702.25.

 

It was suggested that some of the tables should have the added feature of inserting an umbrella in them.

 

M/S/C Houghton, Stevens to authorize the City Manager to enter into a purchase order with Outdoor Creations in the amount of $22,013.06 for concrete picnic tables and benches.

 

AYES:            Councilmembers:            Avilla, Flynn, Frey, Houghton, Stevens

NOES:                                                None   

ABSENT OR NOT VOTING:             None

 

 

STATE CONTROLLER AND MANDATED COST CLAIMS

 

Margaret VanWarmerdam, Financial Director, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to approve the supplemental appropriation of $7,925 from 10-18-340-100.

 

Past claims which were not billed and paid on a timely basis, have finally caught up and the bills are due.  Reports need to be filed and a supplemental appropriation is requested to bring it current.

 

The City Manager and Finance Director will identify a number of areas in the budget that are of concern and bring those back at budget time next year.

 

M/S/C Frey, Avilla to approve the supplemental appropriation of $7,925 from 10-18-340-100.

 

AYES:            Councilmembers:            Avilla, Frey, Flynn, Stevens and Houghton

NOES:                                                None

ABSENT OR NOT VOTING:             None

 

 

JANUARY AND FEBRUARY 2004 CODE ENFORCEMENT UPDATE INFORMATIONAL

 

J.D. Ellison, Sr., Building Department Director/Official, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to review to date of February 29, 2004 the Building Department compiled list for Code Enforcement cases being brought into compliance per City Code and/or California Building Codes.

 

Notifications are sent out certified mail with the potential costs included when appropriate. This process saves time and paperwork for the Enforcement staff.

 

Informational

 

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT UPDATE FOR CURRENT STATUS OF APPLICATIONS PENDING, ACTIVE PERMITS BEING INSPECTED AND ADDITIONAL PROJECTS.  SOME INFORMATION WILL REFLECT JANUARY 31, 2004 STOP DATE DUE TO RECORD FILING SYSTEM

 

J.D. Ellison, Sr., Building Department Director/Official, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to review the Building Department update for current status of Applications pending, active Permits being inspected and additional projects.

 

The Building Department will be staying with the same codes modified out over the next 3 years.

 

Inspections will not be a drive by inspection and will include a physical inspection on roofing contract jobs. 

 

Informational Only

 

 

SUBMISSION OF GRANT APPLICATION TO THE FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY’S U.S. FIRE ADMINISTRATION 2004 ASSISTANCE TO FIREFIGHTERS GRANT PROGRAM

 

Michael Damon, Fire Chief, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to approve the submission of the Grant Application to the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s U.S. Fire Administration 2004 Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program and include the 10% match in the 2004/2005 City budget.

 

M/S/C Avilla, Frey to approve the submission of the Grant Application to the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s U.S. Fire Administration 2004 Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program and include the 10% match in the 2004/2005 City budget.

 

AYES:            Councilmembers:            Avilla, Flynn, Frey, Houghton and Stevens

NOES:                                                None               

ABSENT OR NOT VOTING:             None

 

 

CALIFORNIA SEAT BELT COMPLIANCE MINI-GRANT

 

Al Shamblin, Police Chief, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to approve the submission of a Grant Application for the CSBCC mini-grant in the amount of $20,000 for the two week and two one week periods.

 

M/S/C Avilla, Houghton to approve the submission of a Grant Application for the CSBCC mini-grant in the amount of $20,000 for the two week and two one week periods.

 

AYES:            Councilmembers:            Avilla, Flynn, Frey, Houghton and Stevens

NOES:                                                None               

ABSENT OR NOT VOTING:             None

 

 
MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH THE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA COMPUTER CRIMES TASK FORCE

 

Al Shamblin, Police Chief, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to review the attached Memorandum of Understanding between the Northern California Computer Crimes Task Force and the City of Red Bluff Police Department and provide direction to staff.

 

There will be no overtime issues associated with the agreement and the only costs will be the lunch per diem of $12.00 a day for each day of training and vehicle costs to travel.  The City will be reimbursed $19,805 for the detective’s time spent on the task force.

 

M/S/C Avilla, Houghton to approve Memorandum of Understanding between the Northern California Computer Crimes Task Force and the City of Red Bluff Police Department and provide direction to staff.

 

AYES:            Councilmembers:            Avilla, Flynn, Frey, Houghton and Stevens

NOES:                                                None               

ABSENT OR NOT VOTING:             None

 

 

HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT

 

Al Shamblin, Police Chief, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to review information concerning the State Homeland Security Grant Program and expenditures authorized by the Steering Committee.

 

Informational Only

 

 

AIRPORT WATER POLLUTION ABATEMENT FACILITY CONTRACT AWARD

 

Gary Antone, Public Works Director, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to award the Airport Water Pollution Abatement Facility Project to Valley Paving in the amount of $163,111.71 and approve additional expenditures from Funds 52 & 47.

 

M/S/C Houghton, Frey to award the Airport Water Pollution Abatement Facility Project to Valley Paving in the amount of $163,111.71 and approve additional expenditures from Funds 52 & 47.

 

AYES:            Councilmembers:            Avilla, Flynn, Frey, Houghton and Stevens

NOES:                                                None               

ABSENT OR NOT VOTING:             None

 

 

TEHAMA COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT; AB3030 TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE APPOINTMENT

 

Gary Antone, Public Works Director, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to designate a City representative to serve on the Tehama County Flood Control & Water Conservation District’s AB3030 Technical Advisory Committee and forward the appointment action to the Board for acceptance.

 

City Council appointed Gary Antone, Public Works Director, to represent the City, as he is the current Chairman and has a knowledgeable background on this subject and will use it to the City’s best needs.

 

M/S/C Houghton, Frey to designate Gary Antone to serve on the Tehama County Flood Control & Water Conservation District’s AB3030 Technical Advisory Committee.

 

AYES:            Councilmembers:            Avilla, Flynn, Frey, Houghton and Stevens

NOES:                                                None               

ABSENT OR NOT VOTING:             None

 

 
SO. JACKSON/CROSBY CROSSWALK IMPROVEMENTS

 

Gary Antone, Public Works Director, reviewed the staff report and gave staff’s recommendation to discuss the cost of the So. Jackson/Crosby stop sign and crosswalk improvements and provide direction to staff regarding the level of striping to be completed and the funding source to cover the materials expenditure.

 

The initial request of $2,500 increased to $3,500 with the cost of specific reflective materials

 

Councilmember Stevens explained that the additional cost of $1,000 was not expected and that he would support the conventional two-line crosswalk.

 

Gary Antone, Public Works Director, explained that due to labor costs of repainting, the City uses a material that is applied with heat for the lines and it is also more reflective.

 

Assuming the City gets the “Safe Routes to School Project”, the plan would be to eventually have a full 4-way intersection at that location and the improvements done now would still be useable.

 

City Council approved the recommendation to fund for crosswalk improvements to cover costs of $2,500.

 

 

COMMITTEE REPORTS/COUNCIL COMMENTS

 

Councilmember Stevens mentioned congratulations to Councilmember Avilla for his election to the Board of Supervisors in Tehama County and that the City Council will miss him.

 

It was discussed as to when Councilmember Avilla would step down from the City Council and he mentioned that he would work with the City as to what the legal options are and he requested that City Council give him direction in making his decision.

 

Charles Hayden, Planning Director, reminded everyone of the March 30, 2004 Special Meeting at 8:00 a.m. to adopt the Housing Element.

 

 


 

ADJOURNMENT

 

At 10:00 P.M. Mayor Flynn adjourned the meeting to April 6, 2004 at 7:00 P.M., in the Red Bluff City Council Chambers.

 

                   s/b Forrest Flynn

                                                                                                     Mayor

 

ATTEST:

 

s/b Gloria Shepherd

 City Clerk