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Agenda Packet 2001-04-24 CITY COUNCIL (f"tpf if AGENDA ~/7~ Michael A. Lady Mayor Tony M. Ferrara Mayor Pro Tem Steven Adams City Manager Thomas A. Runels Council Member Timothy J. Carmel City Attorney Jim Dickens Council Member Kelly Wetmore Director, Administrative Services Sandy Lubin Council Member AGENDA SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY, APRIL 24,2001 7:00 P.M. Arroyo Grande City Council Chambers 215 East Branch Street, Arroyo Grande 1. CALL TO ORDER: 7:00 P.M. 2. ROLL CALL 3. FLAG SALUTE: ARROYO GRANDE V ALLEY KIWANIS CLUB 4. INVOCATION: PASTOR JAMES WICKSTROM, BEREAN BIBLE CHURCH, ARROYO GRANDE 5. SPECIAL PRESENT A TIONS: 5.a. Proclamation - "Arbor Day" - April 27. 2001 5.b. Proclamation - "National Small Business Week"- May 6-12.2001 6. AGENDA REVIEW: 6a. Move that all resolutions and ordinances presented tonight be read in title only and all further readings be waived. 7. CITIZENS' INPUT. COMMENTS. AND SUGGESTIONS: AGENDA SUMMARY - APRIL 24, 2001 PAGE 2 Persons in the audience may discuss business not scheduled on this agenda regarding any item of interest within the jurisdiction of the Council. The Council will listen to all communication; however, in compliance with the Brown Act, will not take any action on items that are not. on the agenda. Upon completing your comments: . You may be directed to staff for assistance; . A Council Member may indicate an interest in discussing your issue with you subsequent to the Council meeting; . The Council may direct staff to research the issue and subsequently report back to the Council (generally in the form of a memorandum or staff report); or . No action is required or taken. 8. CONSENT AGENDA: The following routine items listed below are scheduled for consideration as a group. The recommendations for each item are noted. Any Council Member may request that any item be withdrawn from the Consent Agenda to permit discussion or change the recommended course of action. The City Council may approve the remainder of the Consent Agenda on one motion. 8.a. Cash Disbursement Ratification (SNODGRASS) Recommended Action: Approve the listing of cash disbursements for the period April 1 , 2001 through April 15, 2001. 8.b. Cash Flow Analysis/Approval of Interfund Advance from the Water Facility Fund (SNODGRASS) Recommended Action: Receive and file March 2001 Cash Report and approve the interfund advance from the Water Facility Fund to cover cash deficits in other funds as of March 31, 200l. 8.c. Minutes of City Council Meetina of April 1 O. 2001 (WETMORE) Recommended Action: Approve minutes as submitted. 8.d. Participation in the California Law Enforcement Eaulpment Purchase (CLEEP) Proaram (TerBORCH) Recommended Action: Approve expenditure of $113,000 as authorized by the State for acquisition of enhanced technology and other equipment under the FY 2000-01 CLEEP Program. 9. PUBLIC HEARINGS: 9.a. Planned Sian Proaram 01-001: Applicant - Ray Bunnell. Casa Grande Inn: Location - 850 Oak Park Blvd (McCANTS) Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution. AGENDA SUMMARY - APRIL 24, 2001 PAGE 3 9. PUBLIC HEARINGS: (continued) 9.b. Operatina Fee Update (SNODGRASS) Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution revising Operating Fees in the Fire, Building, Community Development, Engineering, and Recreation Departments by January Consumer Price Index (C.P.I.) of 3.8%. 9.c. Establishment of Non-Resident Fees for Parks and Recreation Proarams and Services (HERNANDEZ) Recommended Action: Approve the recommendations of the Parks and Recreation Commission for the creation of non-resident fees associated with use of the Soto Sports Complex, Preschool Programs, and City sponsored Contract Classes and adopt a resolution establishing non-resident fees. 10. CONTINUED BUSINESS: 10.a. Screenina of the Bale and Pallet Storaae Area at Trader Joe's (McCANTS) Recommended Action: Review and select preferred screening material. 10.b. 2001 General Plan Update and EIR Public Review Draft (McCANTS) Recommended Action: Provide direction to staff regarding areas iaentified and authorize distribution of 2001 General Plan Update and EIR public review draft. 11. NEW BUSINESS: 11.a. San Luis Obispo County Intearated Waste Manaaement Authority (IWMA\ Memorandum of Aareement Reaardlna Membership on the IWMA Board (McCANTS) Recommended Action: Approve and authorize the Mayor to execute the Memorandum of Agreement. 12. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS: This item gives the Mayor and Council Members the opportunity to present reports to the other members regarding committees, commissions, boards, or special projects on which they may be participating. (a) MAYOR MICHAEL A. LADY: (1) South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District (SSLOCSD) (2) Other (b) MAYOR PRO TEM TONY M. FERRARA: (1) Integrated Waste Management Authority (IWMA) (2) Air Pollution Control District (APCD) (3) Long-Range Planning Committee (4) Other AGENDA SUMMARY - APRIL 24, 2001 PAGE 4 12. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS (continued\: (c) COUNCIL MEMBER THOMAS A. RUNELS: (1) Zone 3 Water Advisory Board (2) County Water Resources Advisory Committee (WRAC) (3) Other (d) COUNCIL MEMBER JIM DICKENS: (1) San Luis Obispo Council of Governments/San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority (SLOCOG/SLORT A) (2) Community Recreation Center Subcommittee (3) Economic Opportunity Commission (EOC) (4) South County Youth Coalition (5) Other (e) COUNCIL MEMBER SANDY LUBIN: (1 ) South County Area Transit (SCAT) (2) Economic Vitality Corporation (EVC) (3) Other 13. CITY COUNCIL MEMBER ITEMS: The following item(s) are placed on the agenda by a Council Member who would like to receive feedback, direct staff to prepare information, and/or request a formal agenda report be prepared and the item placed on a future agenda. No formal action can be taken. None. 14. CITY MANAGER ITEMS: The following item(s) are placed on the agenda by the City Manager in order to receive feedback and/or request direction from the Council. No formal action can be taken. (a). The City Engineer has received Parcel Map AG 98-548, owned by Dr. Robert Anderson. The subject parcel is located on the southwest corner of Station Way and Fair Oaks Avenue between Station Way and State Highway 101. This is a split of one parcel of 90,911 square feet in size into two separate lots of 48,012 and 42,899 square feet in size. This parcel map is incorporated with the construction of two new commercial buildings as part of the previously approved CUP 98-565. Unless appealed, the Final map will be approved or disapproved by the City Engineer within ten days following the date of this agenda. 15. COUNCIL COMMUNICATIONS: Correspondence/Comments as presented by the City Council. AGENDA SUMMARY - APRIL 24, 2001 PAGE 5 16. STAFF COMMUNICATIONS: Correspondence/Comments as presented by the City Manager. 17. ADJOURNMENT * * * * * * * Copies of the staff reports or other written materials relating to each item of business referred to on this agenda are on file with the Director of Administrative Services and are available for public inspection and reproduction at cost. If you have questions regarding any agenda item, please contact the Director of Administrative Services at (805) 473- 5414. * * * * * * * In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in a City meeting, please contact the Director of Administrative Services at the number listed above at least 48 hours prior to the meeting to ensure that reasonable arrangements can be made to provide accessibility to the meeting. * * * * * * * Note: This agenda is subject to amendment up to 72 hours prior to the date and time set for the meeting. Please refer to the agenda posted at City Hall for any revisions, or call the Director of Administrative Services at (805) 473-5414 for more information. www.arrovoqrande.ora CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE - ABBREVIATIONS revised 08104100 A Agricultural Preserve AB Assembly Bill LAFCO Local Agency Formation Commission ADA Americans with Disabilities Act LOCC League of California Cities AG General Agriculture LLA Lot Line Adjustment AGMC Arroyo Grande Municipal Code LUE Land Use Element AGPOA Arroyo Grande Police Officers' Association MER Lot Merger APN Assessor's Parcel Number MF CondominiumfTownhouse APCB Air Pollution Control Board MFA Apartments APCD Air Pollution Control District MHP Mobile Home Parks ARC Architectural Review Committee 0 Office Professional ASCE American Society Civil Engineers OCSD Oceano Community Services District ASD Administrative Services Department OSCE Open Space and Conservation Element AWWA American Water Works Association PC Planning Commission BD Building Division PD Police Department CA City Attorney PF Public/Quasi Public CC City Council PPR Plot Plan Review CCC California Conservation Corps PRD Parks & Recreation Department CCCSIF Central Coast Cities Self-Insurance Fund PRE-APP Pre-application CD Community Development PSHHC Peoples' Self-Help Housing Corp. CDBG Community Development Block Grant PSP Planned Sign Program CE Circulation Element PUD Planned Unit Development CEC California Energy Commission PW Public Works Department CEQA California Environmental Quality Act RDA Redevelopment Agency CIP Capital Improvement Program RE Residential Estate CIWMP California Integrated Waste Management Plan RFP Request for Proposals CM City Manager's Office RFQ Request for Qualifications CMC California Men's Colony RH Hillside Residential CMP Congestion Management Plan RHNP Regional Housing Needs Plan COC Certificate of Compliance RR Rural Residential CPI Consumer Price Index RS Suburban Residential CUP Conditional Use Permit RTA Reversion to Acreage DARE Drug Abuse Resistance Education RWQCB Regional Water Quality Control Board DC Development Code SAC Staff Advisory Committee DEA Drug Enforcement Administration SB Senate Bill E.C. Election Code SCAT South County Area Transit EDD Economic Development Department SEIU Service Employees International Union EDU Equivalent Dwelling Unit SF Single Family EIR Environmental Impact Report SLO San Luis Obispo EIS Environmental Impact Statement SLOCOG San Luis Obispo Council of Governments EOC Economic Opportunity Commission SLOHA San Luis Obispo Housing Authority EVC Economic Vitality Corporation SLONTF San Luis Obispo Narcotics Task Force FAU Federal Aid Urban SLORT A San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority FD Fire Division SLOWRAC San Luis Obispo County Water Resources Advisory FDAA Federal Disaster Assistance Administration Committee FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency SR Senior Housing FID Financial Services Department SSLOCOWA South San Luis Obispo County Water Association FPPC Fair Political Practices Commission SSLOCSD South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District FTA Federal Transit Administration SRRE Source Reduction & Recycling Element FY Fiscal Year SWRCD State Water Resources Control Board G.C. Government Code TPM Tentative Parcel Map GC General Commercial TT Tentative Tract Map GF General Fund TTAC Transportation Technical Advisory Committee GP General Plan TUP Temporary Use Permit GPA General Plan Amendment UBC Uniform Building Code HCD California Department of Housing and Community UFC Uniform Fire Code Development USA Underground Service Alert HOP Home Occupancy Permit VAR Variance HUD Housing and Urban Development Dept. VC Village Commercial I Industrial and Business Park VCB SLO County Visitors & Conference Bureau ISTEA Intermodal Surface Transportation VSR View Shed Review JPA Joint Powers Authority ZONE 3 San Luis Obispo County Flood Control and Water Conservation District - Zone 3 (Lopez Project) BODorUT hoclamadoD 5.a. "Arbor Da~" April 1/,7, 1/,00:1 WHEREAS, in 1872 J. Sterling on proposed to the Nebraska Board of Agriculture th . be set aside for the planting of trees; and WHEREAS, this hol"' t st observed with the planting of m ka;and WHEREAS, Arb.. , the world; and ious topsoil oderate the ide habitat 9 us paper, other wood MICHAELA. LADY, MAYOR 5.b. I II, I , III I I II, I I II, I I II, I I "1 I I II. I I '1- I I II, , I ,t', Iii 'II I '.... .a 'ii.... a I II .... a Iii.... a I, I .... a i I .... a I.... a II .... a II .... a II .... .a l/If -. .a 111~1(~'I,I,I,t~l, ,I,II,I,t~I, 1,~'II,ltdl, IIII+;~I }II,lt:~I, '~'lll+dl, '~'lllt;~I'~""I,+dl, '~'III~I~illl~lr~' . Honorary Proclamation II ~" "National Small Business Week" ~,' IiU May 8-12,2001 U II Whereas, small businesses p....vide approximately 75 pereent of II II the new jobs added to the economy; and II ' Whereas, small businesses represent 99.7 percent of all;, employers; and.. - Whereas, small businesses employ 53 pereent of the private work .'1" U force; and . , _ Whereas, small businesses provide 47 percent of all sales in the _,. U country; and 1iIU1 _ Whereas, small businesses provide 55 percent of Inuovatlons; and _ U Whereas, small businesses account for 38 percent of jobs in high U II technology sectors; and II i Whereas, small businesses account for 52 percent of private " sector workers, and account for 96 percent of all U.S. exports. " II NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that I, Michael A. Lady, II ' Mayor of the City of Arroyo Grande, on behalf of the City Council, ,I . do hereby recognize and proclaim May 6-12, 2001 as "NATIONAL II'.. SMALL BUSINESS WEEK" in the City of Arroyo Grande, and urge . i all citizens to recognize the important role of small business in the .. " . life of our city. i IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused  II MICHAEL A. LADY , MAYOR . B.a. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: LYNDA K. SNODGRASS, DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICEq BY: JANET M. HUWALDT, ACCOUNTING SUPERVISOR ~ SUBJECT: CASH DISBURSEMENT RA TIFICA TION DATE: APRIL 24, 2001 RECOMMENDA TION: It is recommended the City Council ratify the attached listing of cash disbursements for the period April 1 - April 15, 2001. FUNDING: There is a $473,510.64 fiscal impact. DISCUSSION: The attached listing represents the cash disbursements required of normal and usual operations. It is requested that the City Council approve these payments. A TT ACHMENTS: ATTACHMENT 1 - Cash Disbursement Listing ATTACHMENT 2 -April 6, 2001 Accounts Payable Check Register ATTACHMENT 3 - April 6, 2001 Payroll Checks and Benefit Checks ATTACHMENT 4 -April 13, 2001 Accounts Payable Check Register ATTACHMENT 1 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE CASH DISBURSEMENTS For the Period of April 1 Through April 15, 2001 April 24, 2001 Presented are the cash disbursements issued by the Department of Financial Services for the period April 1 to April 15, 2001. Shown are cash disbursements by week of occurrence and type of payment. WEEK TYPE OF PAYMENT SCHEDULE AMOUNT April 6, 2001 Accounts Payable Cks 100058-100145 2 74,724.05 Payroll Checks and Benefit Checks 3 267,135.69 341,859.74 April 13, 2001 Accounts Payable Cks 100166-100281 4 374,812.80 Less Payroll Cks included in Attachment 3 (243,161.90) 131,650.90 Two Week Total $ 473.510.64 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE INDEX FOR BUDGET DEPARTMENTS EDEN COMPUTER SYSTEM GENERAL FUND (010) SPEGAL REVENUE FUNDS City Government (Fund 010) Park Development Fee Fund (Fund 213) 4001 - City Council 4550 - Park Development Fee 4002 - Administrative Services Traffic Signal Fund (Fund 222) 4003 - City Attorney 4501 - Traffic Fund 4101 - City Manager Transportation Fund (Fund 225) 4102 - Printing/Duplicating 4553 - Public Transit System 4120 - Financial Services Construction Tax Fund (Fund 230) 4121 - Taxes/ Insurance/ Bonds 4556 - Construction Tax 4130 - Community Development Police Grant Funds 4131 - Community Building (CDBG) 4201 - Law Enforcement Equip. (Fd 272) 4140 - ManagementInformation System 4202 - State AB3229 Cops Grant (Fd 271) 4145 - Non Departmental 4203 - Federal Universal Hiring (Fd 274) Public Safety (Fund 010) 4208 - Federal Local Law Enforcmt (FD 279) 4201 - Police Redevelopment Agency ( Fund 284) 4211 - Fire 4103 - Redevelopment Administration 4212 - Building & Safety ENfERPRISE FUNDS Public Works (Fund 010) Sewer Fund (Fund 612) 4301 - Public Works-Admin & Engineering 4610 - Sewer Maintenance 4303 - Street/Bridge Maintenance Water Fund (Fund 640) 4304 - Street Lighting 4710 - Water Administration 4305 - Automotive Shop 4711 - Water Production Parks & Recreation (Fund 010) 4712 - Water Distribution 4420 - Parks Lopez Administration (Fund 641) 4421 - Recreation 4750 - Lopez Administration 4422 - General Recreation CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS (Fund 350) 4423 - Pre-School Program 5501-5599 - Park Projects 4424 - Recreation-Special Programs 5601-5699 - Streets Projects 4425 - Children in Motion 5701-5799 - Drainage Projects 4426 - Five Cities Youth Basketball 5801-5899 - Water/Sewer/Street Projects 4430 - Soto Sport Complex 5901-5999 - Water Projects 4213 - Government Buildings 4460 - Parkway Maintenance Dept. Index for Counci1.xls ATTACHMENT 2 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 1 04/04/01 08:34 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 23 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 370 04/02/01 102301 P.L.A.Y.FOUNDATION REGIS-C. JOHNSON BACKFLOW 010.4430.5501 250.00 250.00 100058 04/06/01 035412 4 WAY FLOORS INSTL CARPET-PD/ELM ST 010.4213.6401 3,495.00 3,495.00 100059 04/06/01 000468 A T & T-L/DIST SVC. L/DIST.FAX 010.4211.5403 23.49 23.49 100060 04/06/01 102311 CLIFF ADELHELM B/BALL LGE.OFFICIAL-ADELHELM 010.4424.5352 48.00 48.00 100061 04/06/01 003120 AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL SUP BAGS/SACKS 010.4201. 5255 71. 14 100061 04/06/01 003120 AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL SUP WIRED TAGS 010.4201. 5255 131. 25 202.39 100062 04/06/01 100897 AMERICAN TEMPS RHINEHART SVCS-3/17 220.4303.5303 703.20 100062 04/06/01 100897 AMERICAN TEMPS RHINEHART SVCS-3/24 220.4303.5303 703.20 1,406.40 100063 04/06/01 101038 ARROYO GRANDE LIONS VOLUNTEERS BANQUET SUPPLIES 010.4424.5252 470.44 470.44 100064 04/06/01 102303 ANTHONY ARTIAGA REF.C/B DEPOSIT-ARTIAGA 010.0000.2206 10.00 10.00 100065 04/06/01 101617 AUTO GLASS CENTRAL REPL.FRONT WINDSHIELD 612.4610.5601 282.17 282.17 100066 04/06/01 009750 BRENDA BARROW REIMB.VOLUNTEER SUPPLIES-BARRO 010.4424.5252 19.96 100066 04/06/01 009750 BRENDA BARROW REIMB.HULA HOOPS-BARROW 010.4422.5256 7.49 27.45 100067 04/06/01 102278 MICAH BENEVEDO B/BALL LGE.SCORER-BENEVEDO 010.4424.5352 22.50 22.50 100068 04/06/01 012168 BOXX EXPRESS SHIPPING 010.4211. 5201 25.64 25.64 100069 04/06/01 102259 CHESSIE BREHM B/BALL LGE.SCORER-BREHM 010.4424.5352 22.50 22.50 100070 04/06/01 012754 BREZDEN PEST CONTROL QTLY PEST CONTROL-FIRE DEPT 010.4213 . 5303 90.00 90.00 100071 04/06/01 013026 BRISCO MILL & LUMBER DRILL BIT/CHAIR ENDS 010.4420.5605 11.72 100071 04/06/01 013026 BRISCO MILL & LUMBER FILTER 010.4420.5605 1. 70 100071 04/06/01 013026 BRISCO MILL & LUMBER CHAIR HOOKS 640.4712.5603 10.04 100071 04/06/01 013026 BRISCO MILL & LUMBER NAILS/ROOFING 640.4712.5604 11. 98 35.44 100012 04/06/01 101619 ROB BURT B/BALL LGE.OFFICIAL-ROB BURT 010.4424.5352 96.00 96.00 100073 04/06/01 017412 CA.ST.DEPT.CONSERVATION S.M.I.P.3QTR 00/01 010.0000.2208 871.00 100073 04/06/01 017472 CA. ST. DEPT. CONSERVATION ADMIN FEE-SMIP 010.0000.4801 43.55- 827.45 100074 04/06/01 019498 CAL-COAST MACHINERY INC REPL.VOLTAGE REGULATOR 010.4420.5603 66.35 66.35 100075 04/06/01 101739 LUKE CAYWOOD B/BALL LGE.SCORER-CAYWOOD 010.4424.5352 22.50 22.50 100076 04/06/01 100842 CENTRAL & PACIFIC COAST OXYGEN H FILL 010.4211.5206 24.00 24.00 100077 04/06/01 021918 CENTRAL COAST SUPPLY CLEANING SUPPLIES 010.4420.5605 34.24 100077 04/06/01 021918 CENTRAL COAST SUPPLY LINERS 010.4213.5604 89.88 100077 04/06/01 021918 CENTRAL COAST SUPPLY TRASH BAGS 220.4303.5255 112.35 100077 04/06/01 021918 CENTRAL COAST SUPPLY CLEANING SUPPLIES 010.4213.5604 386.59 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 2 04/04/01 08:34 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 23 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 100077 04/06/01 021918 CENTRAL COAST SUPPLY CLEANING SUPPLIES 010.4420.5605 604.23 100077 04/06/01 021918 CENTRAL COAST SUPPLY CLEANING SUPPLIES 010.4420.5605 34.24 1,261.53 100078 04/06/01 023322 CHRISTIANSON CHEVROLET HEADLIGHT SWITCH 010.4420.5601 32.50 32.50 100079 04/06/01 023634 CLASSIC TEES & SIGNS YOUTH WRESTLING T-SHIRTS 010.4424.5257 199.72 199.72 100080 04/06/01 102263 MARCUS CONAWAY B/BALL LGE.SCORER-CONAWAY 010.4424.5352 45.00 45.00 100081 04/06/01 025428 CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL BLUBS 010.4213.5604 148.95 148.95 100082 04/06/01 027144 L.N CURTIS & SONS COUPLER ADAPTER 010.4211.5255 140.78 140.78 100083 04/06/01 027534 D.G.REPAIR REPR.INSTL.HEATER CORE 010.4211. 5601 477.59 100083 04/06/01 027534 D.G.REPAIR REPR.FENDER 010.4211.5601 300.00 777.59 100084 04/06/01 028548 DAYS TAR INDUSTRIES STREET SWEEPING 612.4610.5303 5,658.14 5,658.14 100085 04/06/01 101969 DE LAGE LANDEN FINANCIA COPIER LEASE REF#000093791 010.4421.5602 141.25 141. 25 100086 04/06/01 100544 ECONOMIC VITALITY CORP EVC MEETING-DIANE SHEELEY 284.4103.5505 25.00 25.00 100087 04/06/01 102310 SEAN EMERSON REF. PARK DEPOSIT-EMERSON 010.0000.4354 25.00 25.00 100088 04/06/01 032214 ENTENMANN-ROVIN CO FLAT BADGE-POLE 010.4201.5255 44.46 44.46 100089 04/06/01 058208 F.MORTON PITT CO. NAMEPLATES 010.4201.5255 17.05 17.05 100090 04/06/01 101379 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES,IN SEWER MAIN PIPE FITTTINGS 612.4610.5610 159.49 100090 04/06/01 101379 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES,IN COUPLING/FITTINGS 612.4610.5610 26.99 186.48 100091 04/06/01 100446 FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD FACILITY USE-NOV/MARCH 010.4426.5553 6,218.75 6,218.75 100092 04/06/01 101924 J.A. FISCHER,INC. DIESEL POWER 010.0000.1202 16.95 16.95 100093 04/06/01 100691 FIVE CITIES-TIMES LEGAL 86752 010.4002.5301 118.25 100093 04/06/01 100691 FIVE CITIES-TIMES LEGAL 86777 010.4130.5301 57.00 100093 04/06/01 100691 FIVE CITIES-TIMES LEGAL 86778 010.4130.5301 55.50 100093 04/06/01 100691 FIVE CITIES-TIMES LEGAL 86779 010.4130.5301 55.50 100093 04/06/01 100691 FIVE CITIES-TIMES LEGAL 86780 010.4130.5301 48.50 334.75 100094 04/06/01 101662 FORD QUALITY FLEET CARE ELECTRIAL REPAIRS 640.4712.5601 246.58 100094 04/06/01 101662 FORD QUALITY FLEET CARE IGNITION SYSTEM/SPARK PLUGS 010.4201.5601 225.85 100094 04/06/01 101662 FORD QUALITY FLEET CARE REPL.PISTON/TRANS PAN 010.4201.5601 311. 70 100094 04/06/01 101662 FORD QUALITY FLEET CARE AXLE REPAIR/BRAKES 010.4201.5601 650.47 100094 04/06/01 101662 FORD QUALITY FLEET CARE ADJUST LINKAGE/CABLE REPAIR 010.4201. 5601 116.80 1,551.40 100095 04/06/01 101103 GARVEY EQUIPMENT COMPAN 6 BRUSH CUTTERS 010.4303.6201 3,685.08 3,685.08 100096 04/06/01 102309 HELEN GASTELO REF. PARK DEPOSIT-GASTELO 010.0000.4354 25.00 25.00 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 3 04/04/01 08:34 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 23 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 100097 04/06/01 087516 GENERAL SERVICES ADMIN CANTEEN W/COVER & BELTS 010.4211.5272 370.10 370.10 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-430 NOEL 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-438 NOEL 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-440 NOEL 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-446 NOEL 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-451 NOEL 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-454 NOEL 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-459 NOEL 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-462 NOEL 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-467 NOEL 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-470 NOEL 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-475 NOEL 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-478 NOEL 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-483 NOEL 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-486 NOEL 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-491 NOEL 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-494 NOEL 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-448 DIXSON 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-456 DIXSON 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-464 DIXSON 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-472 DIXSON 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-480 DIXSON 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-488 DIXSON 7/1/00-12/31/00 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-1371 DIXSON 7/1/00-12/31/0 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-1374 DIXSON 7/1/00-12/31/0 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-1375 DIXSON 7/1/00-12/31/0 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-1378 DIXSON 7/1/00-12/31/0 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-1379 DIXSON 7/1/00-12/31/0 612.0000.4151 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-1382 DIXSON 7/1/00-12/31/0 612.0000.4751 39.00 100098 04/06/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SWR-1386 DIXSON 7/1/00-12/31/0 612.0000.4751 39.00 1,131.00 100099 04/06/01 102280 CHUCK HARE B/BALL LGE.OFFICIAL-HARE 010.4424.5352 48.00 48.00 100100 04/06/01 100348 JAMIE HEINZE B/BALL LGE.SCORER-HEINZE 010.4424.5352 22.50 22.50 100101 04/06/01 042302 HINDERLITER,DE LLAMAS SALES TAX REPORT 3Q 00/01 010.4120.5303 975.00 100101 04/06/01 042302 HINDERLITER,DE LLAMAS SALES TAX RECOVERED CONTRACT 010.4120.5303 157.65 1,132.65 100102 04/06/01 044496 INFORMATION SERVICES MIS SUPPORT CONTRACT 3-1/3-16 010.4140.5303 504.00 504.00 100103 04/06/01 101604 BARBIE JONES REIMB.SNACK SPLYS-JONES 010.4425.5259 218.17 . 100103 04/06/01 101604 BARBIE JONES REIMB.SUPPLIES-JONES 010.4425.5255 56.99 275.16 100104 04/06/01 102306 KARLESKINT-CRUM,INC. REF.NON-POT.WATER DEP-KARLE 640.0000.2303 200.00 100104 04/06/01 102306 KARLESKINT-CRUM, INC. NON-POT.WATER USEAGE 640.0000.4757 89.10- 110.90 100105 04/06/01 101075 LEMUS ARCHITECTURE DENY PRELIMINARY APPROVAL 010.4130.5303 178.75 100105 04/06/01 101075 LEMUS ARCHITECTURE FINAL APPROVAL 010.4130.5303 178.75 100105 04/06/01 101075 LEMUS ARCHITECTURE FINAL APPROVAL 010.4130.5303 178 . 75 536.25 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 4 04/04/01 08:34 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 23 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 100106 04/06/01 100985 DOUG LINTNER B/BALL LGE.OFFICIAL-LINTNER 010.4424.5352 144.00 144.00 100107 04/06/01 053118 LUCIA MAR UN.SCH.DIST. CUST.CHGS-B/BALL PAULDING 010.4426.5553 1,218.30 100107 04/06/01 053118 LUCIA MAR UN.SCH.DIST. CUST.CHGS-B/BALL 12/2,9,16 010.4426.5553 452.51 100107 04/06/01 053118 LUCIA MAR UN.SCH.DIST. CUST.CHGS.B/BALL-JAN.13 010.4426.5553 232.05 100107 04/06/01 053118 LUCIA MAR UN.SCH.DIST. CUST.CHGS.B/BALL-JAN&FEB 010.4426.5553 823.81 2,726.67 100108 04/06/01 101999 MAINLINE VIDEO SEWER MAIN-GROVE CT 612.4610.5610 300.00 300.00 100109 04/06/01 102261 KIMBERLY MARSALEK B/BALL LGE.SCORER-MARSALEK 010.4424.5352 45.00 45.00 100110 04/06/01 102086 MEDSTOP URGENT CARE PHYSlCAL-BOVA 010.4211.5315 25.00 25.00 100111 04/06/01 056580 MID STATE BANK ACH DISTRIB-3/06/01 010.4145.5319 43.65 43.65 100112 04/06/01 056394 MIDAS MUFFLER & BRAKE LUBE/OIL/FILTER 010.4420.5601 39.02 100112 04/06/01 056394 MIDAS MUFFLER & BRAKE ALIGN/LUBE/OIL/FILTER 010.4420.5601 121.05 160.07 100113 04/06/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE METER SUPPLIES 640.4712.5610 5.68 100113 04/06/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE MISC.HAND TOOLS 010.4211.5273 25.35 100113 04/06/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE ELECT. TAPE/SPRAY LUBES/OIL 010.4211.5601 39.73 100113 04/06/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE MOTOR OIL/CLEANING SUPPLIES 010.4211.5255 26.89 100113 04/06/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE BLDG. MATERIALS 010.4211.5601 2.66 100113 04/06/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE CAULKING/MISC.TARPS 010.4211. 5255 9.80 100113 04/06/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE BATTERIES 640.4712.5255 2.66 100113 04/06/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE SPRAY PAINT/TEES/ADAPTERS 640.4712.5610 54.62 100113 04/06/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE BOLTS 010.4420.5605 5.66 100113 04/06/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE FLOOR FLANGE/ADAPTER 640.4712.5610 37.56 210.61 100114 04/06/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4130.5201 24.06 100114 04/06/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4130.5201 153.21 100114 04/06/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4421.5201 111.77 100114 04/06/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 612.4610.5201 16.48 305.52 100115 04/06/01 102262 KATHRYN MONTGOMERY B/BALL LGE.SCORER-MONTGOMERY 010.4424.5352 22.50 22.50 100116 04/06/01 102307 ANN MOORE REF.WTR DEP-551 CARMELLA DR 640.0000.2302 180.00 100116 04/06/01 102307 ANN MOORE CLOSING BILL-551 CARMELLA DR 640.0000.4751 64.76- 115.24 100117 04/06/01 101133 CANDI NELSON REF. PARK DEPOSIT-NELSON 010.0000.4354 25.00 25.00 100118 04/06/01 102270 RODGER OLDS REIMB.MILEAGE-OLDS 010.4301. 5501 109.20 100118 04/06/01 102270 RODGER OLDS ROOM-OLDS MAP ACT CLASS 010.4301.5501 115.36 224.56 100119 04/06/01 101665 ONEMAIN.COM INTERNET SVCS TO APRIL 20 010.4140.5607 46.90 46.90 100120 04/06/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL MIS DATA LINE 473-0379 010.4140.5303 90.09 100120 04/06/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL ALARM 473-1935 640.4710.5403 32.98 100120 04/06/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL ALARM 473-2041 010.4145.5403 18.53 100120 04/06/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL FAX 473-2198 010.4145.5403 31.11 100120 04/06/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL PHONE 489-2345 010.4145.5403 39.26 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 5 04/04/01 08:34 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 23 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 100120 04/06/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL ALARM 841-3953 010.4211.5403 31. 83 100120 04/06/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL ALARM 841-3960 010.4211.5403 31. 83 100120 04/06/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL DATA LINE 473-5141 010.4145.5403 230.83 100120 04/06/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL PHONE 481-6944 010.4201.5403 222.96 729.42 100121 04/06/01 064194 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC ELECTRIC 010.4145.5401 46.34 100121 04/06/01 064194 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC ELECTRIC 010.4304.5402 1,058.62 100121 04/06/01 064194 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC ELECTRIC 640.4712.5402 214.90 100121 04/06/01 064194 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC ELECTRIC 640.4711. 5402 1,327.85 100121 04/06/01 064194 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC ELECTRIC 612.4610.5402 847.07 100121 04/06/01 064194 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC ELECTRIC 010.4145.5401 4,154.29 100121 04/06/01 064194 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC ELECTRIC 217.4460.5355 7.29 100121 04/06/01 064194 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC ELECTRIC 010.4145.5401 197.74 100121 04/06/01 064194 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC ELECTRIC 010.4304.5402 13,179.02 21,033.12 100122 04/06/01 065598 DOUG PERRIN EGG HUNT/FESTIVAL SUPPLIES 010.4424.5252 800.00 800.00 100123 04/06/01 066924 PLAQUE SHAQUE PLAQUES-VOLUNTEER AWARDS 010.4424.5252 133.75 133.75 100124 04/06/01 102271 CHARLES PRUITT REIMB.MILEAGE-PRUITT 010.4301. 5501 144.95 144.95 100125 04/06/01 100143 QUAGLINO ROOFING REPR.ROOF-C/B 010.4213.6401 790.00 100125 04/06/01 100143 QUAGLINO ROOFING REPR.ROOF P.D. 010.4213.6401 1,385.00 2,175.00 100126 04/06/01 102305 JUAN REAL REF. PARK DEPOSIT-REAL 010.0000.4354 25.00 25.00 100127 04/06/01 071682 GREG ROSE B/BALL LGE.OFFICIAL-ROSE 010.4424.5352 96.00 96.00 100128 04/06/01 078156 SEBASTIAN OIL DISTRIB. OIL 010.4211.5608 52.43 100128 04/06/01 078156 SEBASTIAN OIL DISTRIB. DIESEL FUEL 010.4212.5608 248.35 300.78 100129 04/06/01 102302 DEBBIE SELF REF. PARK DEPOSIT-SELF 010.0000.4354 25.00 25.00 100130 04/06/01 101621 TOM SHIFFRAR B/BALL LGE.OFFICIAL-SHIFFRAR 010.4424.5352 48.00 48.00 100131 04/06/01 102264 STEVEN SORENSON B/BALL LGE.SCORER-SORENSON 010.4424.5352 22.50 22.50 100132 04/06/01 101071 SOUTH COUNTY YOUTH COAL CRIME PREV.SVCS.COALITION 279.4208.5255 5,000.00 5,000.00 100133 04/06/01 080886 SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY SPOTLITE HANDLE 010.4211.5601 58.85 100133 04/06/01 080886 SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY BATTERY SPOTLITE 010.4211.5601 181.79 100133 04/06/01 080886 SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY LAMP 010.4211.5601 5.05 100133 04/06/01 080886 SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY LAMP 010.4211.5601 61.42 100133 04/06/01 080886 SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY WIRE LOOM 010.4211. 5601 2.64 100133 04/06/01 080886 SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY CAB MARKER 010.4211.5601 42.45 100133 04/06/01 080886 SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY LAMPS 640.4712.5601 10.49 362.69 100134 04/06/01 082134 STATEWIDE SAFETY & SIGN SIGN 220.4303.5613 55.37 55.37 100135 04/06/01 082328 STERLING COMMUNICATIONS INSTL.LIGHT BAR/CONTROL HEAD 010.4201.5601 826.40 826.40 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 6 04/04/01 08:34 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 23 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 100136 04/06/01 082836 STREATOR PIPE & SUPPLY SEWER PIPE 612.4610.5610 4.31 4.31 100137 04/06/01 083226 SUNSET NORTH CAR WASH CAR WASHES 010.4201. 5601 33.85 100137 04/06/01 083226 SUNSET NORTH CAR WASH CAR WASHES 640.4712.5601 5.97 100137 04/06/01 083226 SUNSET NORTH CAR WASH CAR WASHES 220.4303.5201 5.98 100137 04/06/01 083226 SUNSET NORTH CAR WASH CR : CAR WASH 010.4301.5601 9.17- 100137 04/06/01 083226 SUNSET NORTH CAR WASH CR: CAR WASH 010.4301. 5601 6.87- 29.76 100138 04/06/01 085878 TRANS-KING TRANSMISSION R&R TRANS 010.4201. 5601 1,540.47 1,540.47 100139 04/06/01 085904 TRAVELERS EQUIP. FLOATER 452N7313660 010.4145.5579 1,275.00 1,275.00 100140 04/06/01 086346 TROESH READY MIX FILL SAND 612.4610.5610 235.99 100140 04/06/01 086346 TROESH READY MIX FILL SAND 640.4712.5610 236.00 100140 04/06/01 086346 TROESH READY MIX CONCRETE 220.4303.5307 50.40 100140 04/06/01 086346 TROESH READY MIX CONCRETE 220.4303.5613 243.59 765.98 100141 04/06/01 102304 ULTIMATE OFFICE UPDATE COMMUNICATIONS MANUAL 010.4201. 5606 319.10 319.10 100142 04/06/01 088084 UNITED GREEN MARK,INC. SPRINKLER PARTS 010.4420.5605 121. 35 100142 04/06/01 088084 UNITED GREEN MARK, INC. SPRINKLER PARTS 010.4420.5605 25.13 100142 04/06/01 088084 UNITED GREEN MARK,INC. SPRINKLER PARTS 010.4420.5605 201. 59 348.07 100143 04/06/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-STREETS/PW INSP/EXT 010.4301. 5403 43.42 100143 04/06/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-STREETS/PW INSP/EXT 010.4301.5403 57.81 100143 04/06/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-STREETS/PW INSP/EXT 220.4303.5403 57.81 100143 04/06/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-P&R 010.4421.5602 15.46 100143 04/06/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-PKS SUPER 010.4421. 5602 15.46 100143 04/06/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS PD CELL PHONES 010.4201.5403 64.33 100143 04/06/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS PD CELL PHONES 010.4201. 5403 23.38 100143 04/06/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS PD CELL PHONES 010.4201. 5403 15.88 100143 04/06/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS PD CELL PHONES 010.4201.5403 18.93 100143 04/06/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS PD CELL PHONES 010.4201. 5403 15.88 100143 04/06/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS PD CELL PHONES 010.4201. 5403 19.01 100143 04/06/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS PD CELL PHONES 010.4201. 5403 18.93 100143 04/06/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS PD PATROL CAR CELL PHONES 010.4201. 5403 299.02 100143 04/06/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-CHAVEZ 010.4430.5605 24.62 100143 04/06/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-FIRE CHIEF 010.4211. 5403 17.52 100143 04/06/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-ENG.1 010.4211.5403 20.17 727.63 100144 04/06/01 090480 WAYNE'S TIRE LUBE/OIL/FILTER/WIPERS 010.4201.5601 65.96 65.96 100145 04/06/01 092586 LEE WILSON ELECTRIC COM ANNUAL LAMP REPL. 010.4304.5303 1,361.41 1,361.41 TOTAL CHECKS 74,724.05 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 7 04/04/01 08:34 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 23 FUND TITLE AMOUNT 010 GENERAL FUND 56,674.77 217 LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 7.29 220 STREETS FUND 1.931. 90 279 00-01 FED LOCAL LAW ENFORCE GT 5,000.00 284 REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY FUND 25.00 612 SEWER FUND 8,661.64 640 WATER FUND 2,423.45 TOTAL 74,724.05 ATTACHMENT 3 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE DEPARTMENTAL LABOR DISTRIBUTION PAY PERIOD 3/16/01 TO 3/29/01 04/06/01 FUND 010 237,957.92 5101 Salaries Full time 147,296.98 FUND 220 9,943.52 5102-03 Salaries Part-Time 30,427.20 FUND 284 4,703.76 5105-07 Salaries Over-Time 10,183.25 FUND 612 4,110.44 5108 Holiday Pay 5,249.67 FUND 640 10,420.05 5109 Sick Pay 5,171.18 267,135.69 5110 Annual Leave Pay - 5111 Vacation Buyback - 5112 Sick Leave Buyback - 5113 Vacation Pay 3,892.31 5114 Comp Pay 3,639.91 5115 Annual Leave Pay 2,820.37 5121 PERS Retirement 15,333.90 5122 Social Security 14,737.60 5123 PARS Retirement 241.61 5126 State Disability Ins. 650.72 5131 Health Insurance 21,634.86 5132 Dental Insurance 3,657.21 5133 Vision Insurance 781.42 5134 Life Insurance 542.50 5135 Long Term Disability - 5143 Uniform Allowance - 5144 Car Allowance 400.00 5146 Council Expense 375.00 5147 Employee Assistance - 5148 Uniform Allowance - 5149 Motor Pay 100.00 Total: 267,135.69 ATTACHMENT 4 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 1 04/11/01 09:00 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 23 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 371 04/04/01 017550 CA. ST. DEPT. FISH & GAME PERMIT FEE-MEADOW CREEK 220.4303.5613 154.00 154.00 372 04/05/01 005616 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE G.A.REIMB.3-29-01 P/R 011.0000.1015 200,782.72 200,782.72 373 04/05/01 055654 MEGG ASSOCIATES, INC. CRIS SUPPORT AGREEMENT 010.4140.5607 2,815.00 2,815.00 374 04/06/01 101589 CALPERS HEALTH 4-01 ADJ 011.0000.2109 42,379.18 42,379.18 375 04/09/01 101072 JIM DICKENS CALED ECON DEV.CONF-DICKENS 010.4001. 5501 199.50 199.50 100162 04/13/01 000234 A & R WELDING SUPPLY WELDING ROD SPOOL 010.4420.5605 40.13 40.13 100163 04/13/01 000468 A T & T-L/DIST SVC. L/DIST FAX 473-0386 010.4145.5403 17.85 17.85 100164 04/13/01 000156 Al VACUUM & JANITORIAL SANITAIRE VACUUM CLEANER 010.4213.5273 298.48 298.48 100165 04/13/01 102311 CLIFF ADELHELM B/BALL LGE.OFFICIAL-ADELHELM 010.4424.5352 48.00 48.00 100166 04/13/01 100584 AIR LIQUIDE AMERICA COR OXY/ACET.GAS 010.4305.5303 51.93 100166 04/13/01 100584 AIR LIQUIDE AMERICA COR OXY/ACET.GAS 640.4712.5610 51.92 103.85 100167 04/13/01 001678 ALL THE KING'S FLAGS US / CA. FLAGS 010.4213.5255 235.94 235.94 100168 04/13/01 040092 ALLAN HANCOCK COLLEGE REGIS-KIM DEBLAUW 010.4201. 5501 497.00 497.00 100169 04/13/01 101345 ALLSTAR FIRE EQUIPMENT, GLOVES/GOGGLE 010.4211.5272 698.71 698.71 100170 04/13/01 003042 AMERICAN EQUIPMENT SVCS DUMP BIN 010.4213.5303 1,375.00 1,375.00 100171 04/13/01 003822 AMERICAN RED CROSS CPR CERTIFICATES 220.4303.5501 49.17 100171 04/13/01 003822 AMERICAN RED CROSS CPR CERTIFICATES 612.4610.5501 49.17 100171 04/13/01 003822 AMERICAN RED CROSS CPR CERTIFICATES 640.4712.5501 49.16 100171 04/13/01 003822 AMERICAN RED CROSS CPR CERTIFICATES 010.4425.5255 147.50 295.00 100172 04/13/01 004914 APEX SHARPENING WORKS CHAINS SHARPENED 010.4420.5603 16.00 100172 04/13/01 004914 APEX SHARPENING WORKS PRUNING SAW 010.4420.5603 21.39 37.39 100173 04/13/01 006006 ARROYO GRANDE FLOWER SH FLOWERS-RAYBURN/WILLAIMS/BRIDG 010.4201. 5504 274.99 274.99 100174 04/13/01 102278 MICAH BENEVEDO B/BALL LGE.SCORER-BENEVEDO 010.4424.5352 22.50 22.50 100175 04/13/01 101117 BRANCH STREET DELI MAYORS MEETING SUPPLIES 010.4001.5504 86.13 86.13 100176 04/13/01 102259 CHESSIE BREHM B/BALL LGE.SCORER-BREHM 010.4424.5352 22.50 22.50 100177 04/13/01 101949 MICHELLE BROWN REF. PARK DEPOSIT-BROWN 010.0000.4354 25.00 25.00 100178 04/13/01 101619 ROB BURT B/BALL LGE.OFFICIAL-ROB BURT 010.4424.5352 96.00 96.00 100179 04/13/01 021940 C.COAST TAXI CAB SERVIC TAXI SVCS-MARCH 15-31 225.4553.5507 2,317.25 2,317.25 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 2 04/11/01 09:00 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 23 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 100180 04/13/01 014382 CAL POLY STATE UNIVERSI REGIS-KEVIN ROCHA 010.4420.5501 150.00 150.00 100181 04/13/01 101739 LUKE CAYWOOD B/BALL LEAGUE SCORER-CAYWOOD 010.4424.5352 22.50 22.50 100182 04/13/01 100842 CENTRAL & PACIFIC COAST OXYGEN 010.4211.5206 20.00 20.00 100183 04/13/01 021918 CENTRAL COAST SUPPLY CLEANING SUPPLIES 010.4420.5605 562.93 100183 04/13/01 021918 CENTRAL COAST SUPPLY LINERS 010.4213.5604 60.99 623.92 100184 04/13/01 023010 RICHARD CHECANSKY REIMB.TUITION-CHECANSKY 010.4201. 5502 865.00 100184 04/13/01 023010 RICHARD CHECANSKY REIMB.BOOKS-CHECANSKY 010.4201. 5502 114.86 979.86 100185 04/13/01 023088 CHERRY LANE NURSERY TREE TIES 010.4420.5605 95.23 100185 04/13/01 023088 CHERRY LANE NURSERY SHRUBS/TREES-C. CHAMBERS 010.4420.5605 446.19 100185 04/13/01 023088 CHERRY LANE NURSERY PLANTS-TALLY HO/227 220.4303.5613 120.93 662.35 100186 04/13/01 023322 CHRISTIANSON CHEVROLET WATER PUMP/THERMOSTAT/COOLANT 010.4211. 5601 431. 84 100186 04/13/01 023322 CHRISTIANSON CHEVROLET REPL. IGN/PU COIL 010.4211.5601 189.65 621. 4 9 100187 04/13/01 024492 COLD CANYON LAND FILL GREEN WASTE DUMP 220.4303.5307 135.00 135.00 100188 04/13/01 024832 COMMUNICATION SOLUTIONS PERF. PLAN CHECK SUBMITTAL 612.4610.5303 270.00 270.00 100189 04/13/01 102263 MARCUS CONAWAY B/BALL LGE.SCORER-CONAWAY 010.4424.5352 22.50 22.50 100190 04/13/01 025428 CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL HUBW HBL61CM64 010.4213.5604 39.70 100190 04/13/01 025428 CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL TIMER/LIGHT BULBS 010.4420.5605 111.00 150.70 100191 04/13/01 101638 TYLER COON S/BALL LEAGUE SCORER-COON 010.4424.5352 30,00 30.00 100192 04/13/01 026754 CRYSTAL SPRINGS WATER C BOTTLED WATER 010.4421. 5201 35.00 100192 04/13/01 026754 CRYSTAL SPRINGS WATER C BOTTLED WATER 010.4130.5201 25.00 100192 04/13/01 026754 CRYSTAL SPRINGS WATER C BOTTLED WATER 010.4101. 5201 25.00 100192 04/13/01 026754 CRYSTAL SPRINGS WATER C BOTTLED WATER 010.4120.5201 25.00 100192 04/13/01 026754 CRYSTAL SPRINGS WATER C BOTTLED WATER 010.4001.5201 10.00 100192 04/13/01 026754 CRYSTAL SPRINGS WATER C BOTTLED WATER 010.4301.5201 25.00 100192 04/13/01 026754 CRYSTAL SPRINGS WATER C BOTTLED WATER 010.4212.5201 10.00 155.00 100193 04/13/01 026832 CUESTA EQUIPMENT CO SAND BAGS 220.4303.5613 1,685.25 100193 04/13/01 026832 CUESTA EQUIPMENT CO COTTER PINS/KNIFE SHARPENER 010.4211.5273 56.58 100193 04/13/01 026832 CUESTA EQUIPMENT CO HOSE/FITTINGS 612.4610.5603 335.12 100193 04/13/01 026832 CUESTA EQUIPMENT CO APPL.TRUCK-FURN.DOLLY 010.4420.5605 103.78 100193 04/13/01 026832 CUESTA EQUIPMENT CO CR:APPL.TRUCK-FURN.DOLLY 010.4420.5605 103.78- 100193 04/13/01 026832 CUESTA EQUIPMENT CO BOOSTER CABLES 640.4712.5603 30.50 100193 04/13/01 026832 CUESTA EQUIPMENT CO LYNCH PIN/SOCKET HOLDER 010.4420.5605 22.63 2,130.08 100194 04/13/01 027924 D.A.R.E.AMERICA DARE CERTIFICATES 010.4201. 5504 221.19 221.19 100195 04/13/01 028644 WENDY DEATON STRESS MAMAGEMENT SVCS 010.4201. 5303 80.00 80.00 100196 04/13/01 101716 JIM DECECCO S/BALL LEAGUE UMP-DECECCO 010.4424.5352 32.00 32.00 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 3 04/11/01 09:00 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 23 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 100197 04/13/01 101905 DELTA LIQUID ENERGY PROPANE BOTTLE/PROPANE 220.4303.5603 69.49 69.49 100198 04/13/01 030584 DEBI DYKZEUL S/BALL SCORER-DYKZEUL 010.4424.5352 30.00 30.00 100199 04/13/01 100544 ECONOMIC VITALITY CORP EVCSLOC PAYMENT #2 284.4103.5303 2,500.00 2,500.00 100200 04/13/01 033072 FARM SUPPLY CO. NATIVE WILD RYE GRASS 220.4303.5613 38.52 38.52 100201 04/13/01 101379 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES,IN BALL VALVES/PIPE FITTINGS 640.4712.5610 786.24 100201 04/13/01 101379 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES,IN CUST.SVC.VALVES 640.4712.5610 834.60 100201 04/13/01 101379 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES,IN COUPLINGS 640.4712.5610 20.23 100201 04/13/01 101379 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES,IN GATE VALVE/FITTINGS 640.4712.5610 631. 33 2,272.40 100202 04/13/01 102300 FIREFIGHTERS BOOKSTORE TRAINING BOOKS 010.4211.5501 180.27 180.27 100203 04/13/01 102274 NAN C. FOWLER REIMB.ROOM-FOWLER 010.4130.5501 280.00 280.00 100204 04/13/01 102319 DAN FURLONG B/BALL LEAGUE OFFICIAL-FURLONG 010.4424.5352 48.00 48.00 100205 04/13/01 102320 JOSH GOTTLIEB S/BALL LEAGUE UMPIRE-GOTTLIEB 010.4424.5352 64.00 64.00 100206 04/13/01 038532 GRAND PERFORMANCE MUSIC PORTABLE AUDIO SYSTEM 010.4001. 5201 225.00 225.00 100207 04/13/01 039312 CITY OF GROVER BEACH SEWER CHGS-CORP.YARD 612.0000.4751 81.16 81.16 100208 04/13/01 102273 JIM GUTHRIE REIMB.ROOM/PARKING-GUTHRIE 010.4130.5501 290.00 290.00 100209 04/13/01 101088 HANSON AGGREGATES ASPHALT 220.4303.5613 302.85 100209 04/13/01 101088 HANSON AGGREGATES ASPHALT 220.4303.5613 201. 24 100209 04/13/01 101088 HANSON AGGREGATES ASPHALT 220.4303.5613 199.24 703.33 100210 04/13/01 102280 CHUCK HARE B/BALL LGE.OFFICIAL-HARE 010.4424.5352 48.00 48.00 100211 04/13/01 102314 TIM HARRIS REF.L/SCAPE-1610 SIERRA DR 010.0000.2210 1,200.00 1,200.00 100212 04/13/01 100348 JAMIE HEINZE B/BALL LGE.SCORER-HEINZE 010.4424.5352 22.50 22.50 100213 04/13/01 042120 HEWLETT PACKARD MAINT-HP PLOTTER TO 5/17/02 010.4301. 5602 336.00 336.00 100214 04/13/01 042354 HI STANDARD AUTOMOTIVE LIGHT BARS/SIGNAL MASTER KITS 010.4201. 6301 3,137.24 3,137.24 100215 04/13/01 102316 CASEY HIDLE REIMB.EMT CERT-HIDLE 010.4211.5501 40.00 40.00 100216 04/13/01 102260 BRYCEN IKEDA B/BALL LGE.SCORER-IKEDA 010.4424.5352 22.50 22.50 100217 04/13/01 100117 IMAGING PRODUCTS INT'L FILM 010.4201. 5255 57.78 57.78 100218 04/13/01 102324 INS. CO OF THE STATE OF PROF.SVCS-INSURANCE COVERAGE 010.4145.5575 2,477.94 100218 04/13/01 102324 INS. CO OF THE STATE OF PROF.SVCS-INSURANCE COVERAGE 640.4710.5575 193.54 100218 04/13/01 102324 INS. CO OF THE STATE OF PROF.SVCS-INSURANCE COVERAGE 612.4610.5575 67.45 100218 04/13/01 102324 INS. CO OF THE STATE OF PROF.SVCS-I~SURANCE COVERAGE 220.4303.5575 193.54 2,932.47 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 4 04/11/01 09:00 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 23 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 100219 04/13/01 102323 INS. CO. OF THE WEST PROF.SVCS-INSURANCE COVERAGE 010.4145.5575 2,477.94 100219 04/13/01 102323 INS.CO.OF THE WEST PROF.SVCS-INSURANCE COVERAGE 640.4710.5575 193.54 100219 04/13/01 102323 INS.CO.OF THE WEST PROF.SVCS-INSURANCE COVERAGE 612.4610.5575 67.45 100219 04/13/01 102323 INS.CO.OF THE WEST PROF.SVCS-INSURANCE COVERAGE 220.4303.5575 193.54 2,932.47 100220 04/13/01 04609B J C LANDSCAPING LANDSCAPE MAINT. 010.4420.5303 3BO.00 100220 04/13/01 04609B J C LANDSCAPING LANDSCAPE MAINT. 217.4460.5356 120.00 500.00 100221 04/13/01 046176 J J'S FOOD COMPANY MEETING SUPPLIES 010.4001. 5201 2.55 100221 04/13/01 046176 J J'S FOOD COMPANY MEETING SUPPLIES 010.4001. 5201 6.09 100221 04/13/01 046176 J J'S FOOD COMPANY MEETING SUPPLIES 010.4001. 5201 24.97 33.61 100222 04/13/01 047150 JAMIE JOHNSON RADAR OPERATOR CLASS-JOHNSON 010.4201. 5501 446.00 446.00 100223 04/13/01 04B516 KEYLOCK SECURITY SPECIA DUP.KEYS 010.4201. 5601 10.70 10.70 100224 04/13/01 050B94 LAWSON PRODUCTS,INC. HOSE/WASHER/CABLE 010.4211.5601 533.65 533.65 100225 04/13/01 1009B5 DOUG LINTNER B/BALL LGE.OFFICIAL-LINTNER 010.4424.5352 96.00 100225 04/13/01 1009B5 DOUG LINTNER S/BALL LGE.OFFICIAL-LINTNER 010.4424.5352 32.00 12B.00 100226 04/13/01 101173 LONGS DRUG STORE PHOTO PROCESSING-MARCH 010.4201. 5255 67.63 67.63 100227 04/13/01 05311B LUCIA MAR UN.SCH.DIST. CUSTODIAL CHARGES-JAN 13 010.4426.5553 313.2B 313.2B 10022B 04/13/01 102261 KIMBERLY MARSALEK B/BALL LGE.SCORER-MARSALEK 010.4424.5352 22.50 22.50 100229 04/13/01 102321 CHERYL MCDONELL REF.C/B DEPOSIT-MCDONELL 010.0000.2206 250.00 250.00 100230 04/13/01 056394 MIDAS MUFFLER & BRAKE LUBE/OIL/FILTER/BATTERY 010.4201. 5601 175.60 100230 04/13/01 056394 MIDAS MUFFLER & BRAKE BRAKES/RESURFACE ROTORS 010.4201.5601 120.00 100230 04/13/01 056394 MIDAS MUFFLER & BRAKE POWER STEERING LINE/FLUID 010.4201. 5601 107.99 403.59 100231 04/13/01 056940 MIER BROS. CONCRETE 640.4712.5610 43.34 100231 04/13/01 056940 MIER BROS. FLOAT ROCK 220.4303.5613 139.10 100231 04/13/01 056940 MIER BROS. FLOAT ROCK 220.4303.5613 139.10 100231 04/13/01 056940 MIER BROS. FLOAT ROCK 220.4303.5613 139.10 100231 04/13/01 056940 MIER BROS. CONCRETE 220.4303.5613 68.37 100231 04/13/01 056940 MIER BROS. CONCRETE 640.4712.5610 43.34 572.35 100232 04/13/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE PAINT SUPPLIES 010.4213.5604 38.74 100232 04/13/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE HEX NIPPLE 640.4712.5610 1. 06 100232 04/13/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE VAC.BAGS 010.4213.5604 3.21 100232 04/13/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE BULBS 010.4213.5604 26.04 100232 04/13/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE BULBS/SPRAYER BOTTLE 010.4213.5604 31. 65 100232 04/13/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE SPRAY PAINT/PAINT 010.4213.5604 34.39 100232 04/13/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE GREASE MARKERS 010.4211.5201 5.71 100232 04/13/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE SMALL TOOLS/SILICONE 010.4211.5601 17.66 100232 04/13/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE CONCRETE 220.4303.5613 30.33 100232 04/13/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE BULBS 010.4213.5604 56.57 100232 04/13/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE MISC. SUPPLIES/BARRIER TAPE 010.4211.5272 7.86 253.22 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 5 04/11/01 09:00 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 23 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 100233 04/13/01 057134 MIRACLE REC.EQUIPMENT C SEAT ASSY-ADULT SWINGS/CHAIRS 010.4420.5605 725.46 725.46 100234 04/13/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 284.4103.5201 39.80 100234 04/13/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4130.5201 37.17 76.97 100235 04/13/01 057252 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE UNIFORMS/MATS/TOWELS 010.4305.5143 .58- 100235 04/13/01 057252 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE UNIFORMS/MATS/TOWELS 010.4213.5303 123 . 91 100235 04/13/01 057252 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE UNIFORMS/MATS/TOWELS 010.4213.5303 52.04 100235 04/13/01 057252 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE UNIFORMS/MATS/TOWELS 220.4303.5143 135.05 100235 04/13/01 057252 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE UNIFORMS/MATS/TOWELS 640.4712.5143 79.65 100235 04/13/01 057252 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE UNIFORMS/MATS/TOWELS 612.4610.5143 43.15 100235 04/13/01 057252 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE UNIFORMS/MATS/TOWELS 010.4420.5143 91. 90 100235 04/13/01 057252 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE UNIFORMS/MATS/TOWELS 010.4305.5143 109.55 100235 04/13/01 057252 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE UNIFORMS/MATS/TOWELS 010.4213.5303 27 .26 100235 04/13/01 057252 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE UNIFORMS/MATS/TOWELS 010.4102.5255 5.30 100235 04/13/01 057252 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE UNIFORMS/MATS/TOWELS 010.4213.5303 40.84 708.07 100236 04/13/01 102262 KATHRYN MONTGOMERY B/BALL LGE.SCORER-MONTGOMERY 010.4424.5352 22.50 22.50 100237 04/13/01 058890 RICHARD MUNOZ S/BALL LEAGUE UMPIRE-MUNOZ 010.4424.5352 64.00 64.00 100238 04/13/01 059124 MUSTANG TREE CARE REMOVE TREES-VARD LOOMIS 220.4303.5303 450.00 100238 04/13/01 059124 MUSTANG TREE CARE REMOVE TREE-NELSON PK 010.4420.5303 680.00 1,130.00 100239 04/13/01 102317 NEW LIFE CLINICS TRUST REF.C/B DEPOSIT-NEW LIFE CLIN 010.0000.2206 250.00 100239 04/13/01 102317 NEW LIFE CLINICS TRUST 3/29 4 HRS RENTAL 010.0000.4353 140.00- 100239 04/13/01 102317 NEW LIFE CLINICS TRUST BLDG. SUPER-NEW LIFE CLINICS 010.0000.4355 36.00- 74.00 100240 04/13/01 061814 NOBLE SAW, INC. SHARPEN CHAIN 010.4420.5603 6.00 100240 04/13/01 061814 NOBLE SAW,INC. RAPID LOADER/BAR OIL 220.4303.5603 135.86 100240 04/13/01 061814 NOBLE SAW,INC. ADJUST CARE-WEED EATER 010.4420.5603 21. 61 163.47 100241 04/13/01 102044 NOSSAMAN,GUTHNER,KNOX & PROF.SVCS-S.M.VLY WATER 640.4710.5575 1,347.79 1,347.79 100242 04/13/01 062322 ONE HOUR PHOTO PLUS COLOR PRINTS/FILM/DEV. 220.4303.5255 32.95 32.95 100243 04/13/01 064194 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC ELECTRIC 010.4304.5402 45.86 45.86 100244 04/13/01 064258 PAGING NETWORK OF LA PAGING SVCS-MARCH 010.4421.5602 110.23 110.23 100245 04/13/01 063726 PJ'S TOP SHOP T-SHIRTS 010.4211.5272 436.56 436.56 100246 04/13/01 066924 PLAQUE SHAQUE DOOR NAME PLATE 010.4424.5252 13.38 13.38 100247 04/13/01 067548 POOR RICHARD'S PRESS TYPE SET BUSINESS CARD 010.4102.5306 19.80 19.80 100248 04/13/01 070590 RICHETTI WATER CONDITIO MARCH/APRIL WATER COND.RENTAL 010.4201.5604 30.00 30.00 100249 04/13/01 071682 GREG ROSE B/BALL LGE.OFFICIAL-ROSE 010.4424.5352 48.00 100249 04/13/01 071682 GREG ROSE S/BALL LGE.OFFICIAL-ROSE 010.4424.5352 32.00 80.00 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 6 04/11/01 09;00 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 23 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 100250 04/13/01 102312 CARYN RUTLAND REF. PARK DEPOSIT-RUTLAND 010.0000.4354 25.00 25.00 100251 04/13/01 075660 SAN LUIS PAINTS FIELD MARKING PAINT 010.4430.5255 323.77 100251 04/13/01 075660 SAN LUIS PAINTS PAINT/PRIMER"AGFD/C/B 010.4213 . 5604 232.66 100251 04/13/01 075660 SAN LUIS PAINTS PAINT 010.4213.5604 128.74 100251 04/13/01 075660 SAN LUIS PAINTS AGPD PAINT SUPPLIES 010.4420.5605 159.48 100251 04/13/01 075660 SAN LUIS PAINTS PAINT-PD 010.4213.5604 18.13 862.78 100252 04/13/01 102313 CRYSTAL SANDERS REF. PARK DEPOSIT-SANDERS 010.0000.4354 25.00 25.00 100253 04/13/01 076848 LENNY DE LOS SANTOS TENNIS CLASSES-DE LOS SANTOS 010.4424.5351 172.73 172.73 100254 04/13/01 077024 ANN SARMIENTO S/BALL SCORER-SARMIENTO 010.4424.5352 67.50 67.50 100255 04/13/01 078156 SEBASTIAN OIL DISTRIB. GASOLINE/DIESEL 010.4201. 5608 1,624.48 1,624.48 100256 04/13/01 101621 TOM SHIFFRAR B/BALL LGE.OFFICIAL-SHIFFRAR 010.4424.5352 96.00 96.00 100257 04/13/01 102046 RICHARD SLADE & ASSOC PROF.SVCS-SM VLY WATER RIGHTS 640.4710.5575 402.91 402.91 100258 04/13/01 101223 SLO CO. FIRE TRAINING RESV.4 ANNUAL BANQUET 010.4211.5501 100.00 100.00 100259 04/13/01 102264 STEVEN SORENSON B/BALL LGE.SCORER-SORENSON 010.4424.5352 45.00 45.00 100260 04/13/01 080808 SOUTH SLO COUNTY SANIT SEWER HOOKUPS-3/01 760.0000.2305 30,000.00 100260 04/13/01 080808 SOUTH SLO COUNTY SANIT SEWER SVCS COLL-3/01 760.0000.2304 44,082.58 100260 04/13/01 080808 SOUTH SLO COUNTY SANIT 3-1 SAN.DIST-214 E.BRANCH 010.4145.5401 19.63 100260 04/13/01 080808 SOUTH SLO COUNTY SANIT 3-1 SAN.DIST-215 E.BRANCH 010.4145.5401 13 .47 100260 04/13/01 080808 SOUTH SLO COUNTY SANIT 3-1 SAN.DIST-208 E.BRANCH 010.4145.5401 13.47 100260 04/13/01 080808 SOUTH SLO COUNTY SANIT 3-1 SAN.DIST-211 VERNON 010.4145.5401 13 .47 100260 04/13/01 080808 SOUTH SLO COUNTY SANIT 3-1 SAN.DIST-140 TRAF.WAY 010.4145.5401 13 .47 100260 04/13/01 080808 SOUTH SLO COUNTY SANIT 3-1 SAN.DIST-STROTHER R/R 010.4145.5401 13 .47 74,169.56 100261 04/13/01 080964 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS GAS SERVICES 010.4145.5401 269.58 100261 04/13/01 080964 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS GAS SERVICES 010.4145.5401 86.15 100261 04/13/01 080964 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS GAS SERVICES 010.4145.5401 59.11 100261 04/13/01 080964 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS GAS SERVICES 010.4145.5401 103.99 100261 04/13/01 080964 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS GAS SERVICES 010.4145.5401 52.34 100261 04/13/01 080964 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS GAS SERVICES 010.4145.5401 24.79 595.96 100262 04/13/01 082134 STATEWIDE SAFETY & SIGN SIGNS 220.4303.5613 64.61 64.61 100263 04/13/01 082328 STERLING COMMUNICATIONS SVC.AGREEMENT-MAY 010.4201.5606 995.00 995.00 100264 04/13/01 084084 TAYLOR'S TUNE-UP SHOP TUNE UP & SCOPE 010.4201.5601 77.08 77.08 100265 04/13/01 084708 RICK TERBORCH C.P.O.A.CONF-TERBORCH 010.4201. 5501 819.20 819.20 100266 04/13/01 102318 DENNIS THURMAN S/BALL LEAGUE OFFICIAL-THURMAN 010.4424.5352 32.00 32.00 100267 04/13/01 102244 TITAN INDUSTRIAL ALCOHOL PADS/ANTISEPTIC WIPES 010.4213.5255 14.12 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 7 04/11/01 09:00 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 23 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 100267 04/13/01 102244 TITAN INDUSTRIAL GLOVES 010.4213.5255 63.89 100267 04/13/01 102244 TITAN INDUSTRIAL BATTERIES 010.4201. 5255 106.49 184.50 100268 04/13/01 085664 TOM TOTH S/BALL LEAGUE UMPIRE-TOTH 010.4424.5352 16.00 16.00 100269 04/13/01 086034 TRI-CITY DISPOSAL SERVI DISPOSAL SERVICES 010.4213.5303 348.45 100269 04/13/01 086034 TRI-CITY DISPOSAL SERVI DISPOSAL SERVICES 010.4213.5303 145.96 494.41 100270 04/13/01 101032 TRI-CNTY FIRE CHIEF ASS ANNUAL MEMBER.DUES-FIBICH 010.4211.5503 50.00 50.00 100271 04/13/01 086346 TROESH READY MIX CLASS #2 BASE 220.4303.5613 86.24 100271 04/13/01 086346 TROESH READY MIX RECYCLED CONCRETE 220.4303.5307 13 0.12 100271 04/13/01 086346 TROESH READY MIX SAND 612.4610.5610 2,000.90 100271 04/13/01 086346 TROESH READY MIX SAND 640.4712.5610 192.60 2,409.86 100272 04/13/01 088084 UNITED GREEN MARK,INC. CR:SPRINKLERS 010.4430.5605 110.41- 100272 04/13/01 088084 UNITED GREEN MARK,INC. SPRINKLERS 010.4430.5605 263.06 152.65 100273 04/13/01 087672 UNITED RENTALS BRACKETS/LAMP ASSY 220.4303.5603 21. 46 100273 04/13/01 087672 UNITED RENTALS BRACKETS/LAMP ASSY 612.4610.5603 21.45 100273 04/13/01 087672 UNITED RENTALS BRACKETS/LAMP ASSY 640.4712.5603 21. 45 100273 04/13/01 087672 UNITED RENTALS BRACKETS/LAMP ASSY 010.4420.5603 21. 45 100273 04/13/01 087672 UNITED RENTALS RENTAL-FARM TRACTOR 010.4213.5303 279.73 365.54 100274 04/13/01 088424 URBAN FUTURES INC. PROF.SVCS-RDA 284.4103.5303 1,350.00 100274 04/13/01 088424 URBAN FUTURES INC. PROF.SVCS-ARROYO LINDA CROSSRD 284.0000.2458 450.00 1,800.00 100275 04/13/01 088842 VALLEY AUTO SERVICE BATTERY 010.4211. 5601 146.47 146.47 100276 04/13/01 102322 VENTURA COUNTY CRIMINAL REGIS-JAMIE JOHNSON RADAR CLAS 010.4201. 5501 40.00 40.00 100277 04/13/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-DIV.CHIEF 010.4211.5403 17.23 100277 04/13/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-FIRE CHIEF 010.4211.5403 19.74 36.97 100278 04/13/01 101111 ANTHONY VIOLA REF.L/SCAPE-523 CALLE CUERVO 010.0000.2210 1,200.00 1,200.00 100279 04/13/01 090480 WAYNE'S TIRE REPR.FLAT TIRE 010.4420.5601 14.00 100279 04/13/01 090480 WAYNE'S TIRE LUBE/OIL/FILTER/MOUNT/BALANCE 010.4201. 5601 78.96 100279 04/13/01 090480 WAYNE'S TIRE LUBE/OIL/FILTER/WIPERS 010.4201.5601 42.38 100279 04/13/01 090480 WAYNE'S TIRE TIRES/LUBE/OIL/FILTER/MOUNT 010.4420.5601 1,188.49 1,323.83 100280 04/13/01 091026 WEST GROUP PAYMENT CTR. CA.CODE UPDATE 010.4003.5503 145.52 145.52 100281 04/13/01 100431 WILLARD PAPER CO PAPER/ENVELOPES 010.4102.5255 510.45 100281 04/13/01 100431 WILLARD PAPER CO PAPER 010.4102.5255 200.63 100281 04/13/01 100431 WILLARD PAPER CO PAPER/ENVELOPES 010.4102.5255 305.75 1,016.83 TOTAL CHECKS 374,812.80 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 8 04/11/01 09:00 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 23 FUND TITLE AMOUNT 010 GENERAL FUND 38,017.16 011 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 243,161.90 217 LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 120.00 220 STREETS FUND 4,915.06 225 TRANSPORTATION FUND 2,317.25 284 REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY FUND 4,339.80 612 SEWER FUND 2,935.85 640 WATER FUND 4,923.20 760 SANITATION DISTRIBUTION FUND 74,082.58 TOTAL 374,812.80 8.b. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: LYNDA K. SNODGRASS, DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICES~ SUBJECT: CASH FLOW ANAL YSIS/APPROVAL OF INTERFUND ADVANCES FROM THE WATER FACILITY FUND DATE: APRIL 24, 2001 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended the City Council: . Accept the March cash report, . Approve the interfund advance of $553,658 from the Water Facility Fund to cover cash deficits in other funds as of March 31, 2001. FUNDING: No outside funding is required. Attachment A - Cash Balance/lnterfund Advance Report CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE CASH BALANCE / INTERFUND ADVANCE REPORT March 31,2001 Balance at Recommended Revised Fund 3/31/01 Advances Balance 010 General Fund 962,028 962,028 210 Fire Protection Impact Fees 41,725 41,725 212 Police Protection Impact Fees 5,708 5,708 213 Park Development 511,088 511,088 214 Park Improvement 20,068 20,068 215 Recreation Community Center 1,160 1,160 217 Landscape Maintenance 26,298 26,298 220 Street (Gas Tax) Fund 77,716 77,716 222 Traffic Signalization 500,481 500,481 223 Traffic Circulation 440,944 440,944 224 Transportation Facility Impact 1,699,882 1,699,882 225 Transportation (6,597) 6,597 0 226 Water Neutralization Impact 126,603 126,603 230 Construction Tax 229,060 229,060 231 Drainage Facility 12,706 12,706 232 In-Lieu Affordable Housing 208,827 208,827 241 Lopez Facility Fund 545,799 545,799 271 State COPS Block Grant Fund 50,015 50,015 272 Calif. Law Enf. Teclmology Grant 113,266 113,266 274 Federal Universal Hiring Grant (7,188) 7,188 0 277 98-99 Fed Local Law Enforcement Grant 104 104 278 99-00 Fed Local Law Enforcement Grant 7,131 7,131 279 00-01 Fed Local Law Enforcement Grant 13,627 13,627 284 Redevelopment Agency (245,514) 245,514 0 285 Redevelopment Set Aside 22,163 22,163 350 Capital Projects (294,359) 294,359 0 612 Sewer Fund 23,893 23,893 634 Sewer Facility 90,169 90,169 640 Water Fund 2,356,117 2,356,117 641 Lopez 528,127 528,127 642 Water Facility 1,572,296 (553,658) 1,018,638 751 Downtown Parking 35,466 35,466 760 Sanitation District Fund 74,094 74,094 Total City Wide Cash 9,742,903 0 9,742,903 THE ABOVE LISTING ARE THE CASH BALANCES SHOWN IN THE GENERAL LEDGER OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE AS OF MARCH 31,2001 da K. Snodgrass Director of Finan cia Services B.c. MINUTES REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL TUESDAY, APRIL 10,2001 COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 215 E. BRANCH STREET ARROYO GRANDE, CALIFORNIA 1. CALL TO ORDER Mayor Lady called the Regular City Council meeting to order at 7:05 p.m. 2. ROLL CALL City Council: Council Members Runels, Lubin, Mayor Pro Tem Ferrara, and Mayor Lady were present. Council Member Dickens was absent. City Staff Present: City Manager Adams; City Attorney Carmel; Director of Administrative Services Wetmore; Community Development Director McCants; Director of Parks, Recreation, and Facilities Hernandez, Director of Public Works Spagnolo; Associate Planner Heffernon; and Chief of Police TerBorch. 3. FLAG SALUTE Members of Cub Scout, Den 1, Pack 13, led the Flag Salute. 4. INVOCATION Pastor Jan Armstrong delivered the invocation. 5. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS 5.a. Proclamation - "5th Annual South County 24-Hour Relay Challenae" Mayor Lady presented the Proclamation recognizing the 5th Annual south County 24- Hour Relay Challenge and proclaiming May 19-20, 2001 as South County 24-Hour Relay Challenge Days in Arroyo Grande. Carol Harvey accepted the Proclamation. 6. AGENDA REVIEW 6.a. Resolutions and Ordinances Read in Title Only Council Member Runels moved, Mayor Pro Tem Ferrara seconded, and the motion passed unanimously that all resolutions and ordinances presented at the meeting shall be read in title only and all further reading. be waived. 7. CITIZENS'INPUT. COMMENTS. AND SUGGESTIONS None. CITY COUNCIL MINUTES APRIL 10, 2001 PAGE 2 8. CONSENT AGENDA Council Member Runels moved and Mayor Pro Tem Ferrara seconded the motion to approve Consent Agenda Items 8.a. through 8.i., with the recommended courses of action: 8.a. Cash Disbursement Ratification. Action: Approved the listing of cash disbursements for the period March 16, 2001 through March 31,2001. 8.b. Statement of Investment Deposits. Action: Received and filed the report of current investment deposits as of March 31, 2001. 8.c. Minutes of City Council Meeting of March 27, 2001. Action: Approved minutes as submitted. 8.d. The Scenic Creekside Walk Through the Historic Village of Arroyo Grande, Phase II, Progress Payment No.3. Action: Authorized progress payment in the amount of $34,381.35 to R. Simons Company, Inc. 8.e. Authorization to Solicit Bids - Paulding Middle School Bicycle Lanes (Bikeway One) Project. Action: 1) Found that the capital improvement project is categorically exempt from CEQA pursuant to Section 15304(h) and direct the Administrative Services Department to file a Notice of Exemption; and 2) Approved the construction plans and specifications and authorize the Department of Public Works to solicit public construction bids for the Paulding Middle School Bicycle Lanes (Bikeway One, Phase II) Project. 8.f. Addition of a Lucia Mar Unified School District Member to the Long Range Planning Committee. Action: Authorized the addition of a Lucia Mar Unified School District representative to the Long Range Planning Committee. 8.g. Settlement of Industrial Disability. Action: Granted settlement authority to Gregory B. Bragg & Associates, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $18,000 to settle the Workers' Compensation case involving the industrial disability of Police Officer Jason Pole. 8.h. Approval of Revisions to Lease Agreement Between South County Historical Society and the City of Arroyo Grande. Action: Approved revisions to Lease Agreement with the South County Historical Society to include property located at 133 Mason Street. 8.L Authorization to Solicit Bids - Landscape Maintenance Contract. Action: Authorized staff to solicit bids for the maintenance of eight (8) City landscape areas and authorize the City Manager to approve the award of bid. AYES: Runels, Ferrara, Lubin, Lady NOES: None ABSENT: Dickens There being 4 AYES, 0 NOES, and 1 ABSENT, the motion is hereby declared to be passed. CITY COUNCIL MINUTES APRIL 10, 2001 PAGE 3 9. PUBLIC HEARINGS None. 10. CONTINUED BUSINESS None. 11. NEW BUSINESS 11.a. Authorization to Waive Application Fees and Use City Property for the March of Dimes Walk America on Saturday, May 5, 2001. Community Development Director McCants presented the staff report. Staff recommended the Council adopt a Resolution authorizing the waiver of permit application fees and use of City property for the 15th Annual March of Dimes Walk America to be held on May 5, 2001. Mayor Lady opened up the item for public comment. Pete Dougall, 801 Mesa Drive and Community Director for the March of Dimes WalkAmerica, spoke on behalf of the proposal and stated he was available to answer questions. Council Member Runels asked how many people participated in the event last year. Mr. Dougall responded about 450. . .... Hearing no further public comments, Mayor Lady brought the issue back to the Council for consideration. Council Member Lubin moved to adopt a Resolution authorizing the waiver of permit application fees and use of City property for the 15th Annual March of Dimes Walk America to be held on May 5, 2001. Council Member Runels seconded the motion, and on the following roll-call vote, to wit: AYES: Lubin, Runels, Ferrara, Lady NOES: None ABSENT: Dickens There being 4 AYES, 0 NOES, and 1 ABSENT, the motion is hereby declared to be passed. 11.b. Pre-Application Review Case No. 00-010 to Construct a Medical Office and Surgery Center; 800 Oak Park B~vd; Russ Sheppell Associate Planner Heffernon presented the staff report. She stated the applicant was requesting feedback on a proposed project to be located on the corner of James Way and Oak Park Boulevard in the Oak Park Professional Plaza. She stated the entire CITY COUNCIL MINUTES APRIL 10, 2001 PAGE 4 plaza property is about 3. 7 acres in size and the applicant is proposing to develop the remaining 1.8 acres with a split-level, 25,000 square foot medical office and surgery center with related parking. She stated the proposed project meets all relevant Development Standards for the Highway Service District of the Oak Park Acres Planned Development, including height requirements, setbacks, lot coverage and landscaping. Associate Planner Heffernon responded to questions from Council regarding the progress of the other two buildings on the site; and explained the concept of the proposed elevator tower. Mayor Lady opened up the item for public comment. Kim Hatch, Pultz & Associates, representing the applicant, spoke regarding the potential for a group of doctors to locate in a similar facility to be located across the street in Pismo Beach; the desire for moving the project forward for Council to preview in order to meet requirements for tenant leasing commitments; the construction currently under way on Building 1; clarification that the building permits were close to being pulled for Building 2; and clarification regarding height limits for the proposed elevator tower. Council Member Dickens arrived and took his place at the dais at 7:28 p.m. Ray Bunnell, Casa Grande Inn, spoke in support of the project. He expressed concern regarding the existing easements through the property and said he wanted to ensure that they were maintained. Hearing no further public comments, Mayor Lady brought the issue back to Council for consideration. Further Council discussion and comments included whether or not there were any other surgery centers located in the South County; the importance of securing potential tenant leases for the medical office; the capacity of the surgery center; that the proposed parking is more than adequate; the proposed project is,,,consistent with the existing development and completes the master plan for the Plaza; and that they would like to see the project applications processed in a timely manner. Council Member Lubin announced that as a precautionary measure, he would have to step down due to a potential conflict of interest involving possible tenants of the project. There was unanimous support of the .Council regarding the project as proposed. No action was taken on this item. Council Member Lubin returned to the dais. 12. CITY COUNCIL MEMBER ITEMS None. CITY COUNCIL MINUTES APRIL 10, 2001 PAGE 5 13. CITY MANAGER ITEMS None. 14. COUNCIL COMMUNICATIONS Council Member Runels reported on the status of the Santa Maria groundwater litigation and requested that staff formalize the existing gentlemen's agreement. 15. STAFF COMMUNICATIONS None. 16. ADJOURNMENT Mayor Lady adjourned the meeting at 7:37 p.m. Michael A. Lady, Mayor ATTEST: Kelly Wetmore, Director of Administrative Servicesl Deputy City Clerk 8.d. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: RICK TerBORCH. CHIEF OF POLlCE~ SUBJECT: PARTICIPATION IN THE CALIFORNIA LAW ENFORCEMENT EQUIPMENT PURCHASE (CLEEP) PROGRAM DATE: APRIL 24, 2001 RECOMMENDA TION: It is recommended that the City Council approve the expenditure of $113,000 as authorized by the State for acquisition of enhanced technology and other equipment under the FY 2000-01 California Law Enforcement Equipment Purchase (CLEEP) Program. FUNDING: There is no General Fund impact. These expenditures involve $105,686 received by the City under the CLEEP Program for FY 2000-01 and approximately $7,314 in unspent funds from FY 1999-2000 (including accumulated interest). DISCUSSION: As part of the FY 2000-01 State Budget, funding was included for the California Law Enforcement Equipment Purchase (CLEEP) Program. This is a continuation of the California Law Enforcement Technology Equipment Purchase (CLETEP) Program originated in the State's FY 1999-2000 Budget. Under the CLEEP Program funding is allocated to local law enforcement agencies for the acquisition of enhanced technology and other equipment. These funds must be used to augment local law enforcement operations and may not be used to supplant existing funding for the acquisition of the requested technology and equipment. As with the State Citizens Option for Public Safety Program (COPS), the State's regulations governing CLEEP funds require that the funds be appropriated pursuant to written requests from the Chief of Police. The City Council must consider these requests separate and apart from the Police Department's General Fund Budget. Additionally, the City must establish a separate interest bearing fund to record the receipt and expenditures of monies received pursuant to this program. However, unlike the State COPS Program, a public hearing is not required prior to appropriation and expenditure of the funds. On September 14, 2000, the City received $105,686 from the State Controller's Office for the CLEEP Program. There is currently approximately $113,000 in the CLEEP fund. There is an additional $ 7,314 in the fund due to unspent funds from FY 1999-2000 and accumulated interest. RECOMMENDED EXPENDITURES: The Chief of Police has recommended that the FY 2000-01 CLEEP funds be used for the acquisition of the following enhanced technology programs and other equipment. 1. N.EW POLICE DEPARTMENT COMPUTER AIDED DISPATCH (CAD) AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM $80,000 For well over the past year, the Police Department has been working with other criminal justice agencies in the County to improve information transfer capabilities between the various agencies' automated Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) and Records Management Systems (RMS). As of this time, the various systems are incompatible with each other and many of the systems are antiquated. Last year, the communities took the first step by adopting a digital document imaging system which had the capability to be interlinked. This was funded through the State's FY 1999-2000 CLETEP Program and was approved by the City Council on May 23, 2000. The system has been installed and functions as anticipated. This proposal involves the acquisition of a new CAD/RMS software system. This system will be installed in the Cities of Arroyo Grande, Grover Beach, Pismo Beach, Paso Robles, Atascadero and Morro Bay, and Cuesta Community College and Cal Poly (San Luis Obispo Police Department and the Sheriff's Office recently purchased new systems). These systems form the backbone of a police agency's automated services program. The CAD system tracks and documents all field activities, provides incident history on locations within the City, tracks individual officer activities, and provides valuable workload data regarding workload history, staffing, deployment, etc. The CAD system also provides the interface to the E-911 System, and regional, state and national criminal justice data bases. The RMS system maintains the Master Name Index for the Department, Master Vehicle Index, Case (investigation) Assignment and Tracking system, crime analysis capability, and the reporting of various required state and federal reports, Additionally, the system provides property/evidence management, arrest warrant tracking, and workload management. The Technical Advisory Group composed of members of the participating agencies have examined several CAD/RMS systems, The criteria was proven performance, interagency data sharing capability and price. The system chosen is provided by the Abbey Group. The Abbey CAD/RMS systems were developed in California originally for California law enforcement agencies. This ensures total compatibility with State criminal justice data bases. In addition, Abbey Group designed a workload analysis/scheduling/deployment module based on criteria contained in the POST Patrol Workload Measurement Program and a Community Policing module based upon criteria provided by this Department. -2- Additionally, the program will also interface with the San Luis Obispo Police and Sheriff Departments' computer systems, Abbey Group has made a proposal which includes installation, licensing, data conversion of existing files, interface to the County's Jail Management System, training, maintenance and support. Due to the participation of eight agencies, the proposal is heavily discounted. The cost to the City of Arroyo Grande will not exceed $80,000 and is broken down as follows: Records Management System $35,000 Computer Aided Dispatch System $25,000 Data Conversion of Existing Files Not to exceed $10,000 CLETS (State) Interface Not to exceed $ 5,000 Continency Expenses Not to exceed $5.000 $80,000 The acquisition of this new system is very timely for the Police Department. The Department's existing CAD/RMS system (known as CRIS) was obtained in 1987 and is DOS based. The system is no longer functioning properly and must be replaced. The older DOS operating system conflicts with many of the newer programs and the Windows operating system in the new computers, On Friday, April 13, 2001, Rick Anderson from County Information Services (the City's contract computer maintenance group) informed staff that the CRIS system is beyond repair and should be replaced as soon as practical. Staff has not been satisfied with the performance of the software provider over the past few years (MEGG Associates). Additionally, an upgrade of the CRIS system would cost almost as much as the Abbey Group System and would not provide the capabilities or the interagency connectivity of the Abbey System. 2. COMPUTER SECURITY CABINET AND UPGRADED HUBS $5,800 Currently, the Police Department's file servers and hubs are located on the floor and on open shelving in the Records Unit. There is a need to provide a secure equipment cabinet specifically designed to house the file servers and related equipment. The installation will require rerouting wiring and the electrical line from the Department's main Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS). The cost also includes the purchase of two new upgraded network hubs to replace those originally purchased in 1990. These hubs are necessary for the successful operation of the new CAD/RMS system discussed under Project #1. This project will be conducted by Computerland in San Luis Obispo. The cost breakdown for this project is as follows: Purchase of cabinet and necessary peripherals $2,400 Purchase of two (2) network hubs $ 1 , 1 00 Installation of the UPS electrical line to the cabinet $ 900 Installation of cabinet, including installation of equipment and rerouting connecting lines $1 ,400 -3- 3. CRASH DATA RETRIEVAL SYSTEM $2,700 Vehicles equipped with airbags contain a control module which deploys the bags. In addition, these modules record data relative to speed and braking of the vehicle just prior to a collision. As a result of a recent fatality which occurred in the City, staff had an opportunity to observe a demonstration of the Vetronix Crash Data Retrieval system utilizing the control module from the vehicle involved in the collision. The data received from the demonstration was very useful in verifying information developed in the investigation of the fatality. It was determined that this system would be very useful in investigating collisions where information regarding speed, braking, and seat belt usage is of importance (involving approximately 70 - 1 30 collisions a year). The Vetronix Crash Data Retrieval System is the only system available to law enforcement agencies which performs these tasks. 4. UPGRADE ENCASE FORENSIC SOFTWARE $1 ,400 It is necessary to upgrade the Police Department's Encase Forensic software by Guidance Software. The Department has used this software since 1998 extensively in our forensic computer program. The software allows the Department to access encrypted computer files on hard drives of computers seized for various investigations by the Department. These investigations involve fraud, child pornography, drug sales, etc. Given advancements in the use of computers in criminal activity and in technology related to these types of crimes, it is necessary to obtain the current enhanced investigative software. 5. TACTICAL INCIDENT RESPONSE SOFTWARE AND LAPTOP COMPUTER $3,200 There is a need to obtain the Tactical Incident Response 2000 software from the Advanced Police Software Co. This is the only such software accepted by the National Tactical Officers Association. The software is necessary for use by the Department's Special Response Team for documenting high intensity tactical operations. This information is invaluable for documentation for criminal court proceedings, after action reviews and for protection from civil liability. This software also provides logistical and planning information for use by tactical teams during an operation. This proposal involves obtaining the software and a dedicated laptop computer. The cost of the software is $1,200 and the cost of the laptop is $2,000. 6. UPGRADE TRAINING MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE $7,200 The Department's current training software is over seven (7) years old. The company that developed the software is no longer in business and there is no support for the software. As a result, the current software no longer maintains the data necessary to track State statutory and POST mandated training requirements, as well as, recording the Department's extensive in-service training program. The Department will obtain the TMS Training Management System for Network Systems by Training Innovations, Inc. This program was developed specifically for California law enforcement agencies -4- and will track all State statutory and POST mandates. The cost for this system is $6,000, which includes conversion of data in the Department's existing training program. Part of the upgrade of the training management software is the ADORE Automated Daily Observation Report and Evaluation (Field Training Program) software. The Department's Field Training Program involves very detailed daily and bi-weekly evaluations of trainees. This is required by POST as part of its Field Training Program certification process. This software facilitates the recording and retrieval of required documentation per the POST requirements. The cost of the ADORE software is $1,200. 7. TWO (2) NEW DIGITAL CAMERA SYSTEMS $3,300 The Police Department has been using digital photo technology for the past two (2) years. There is a need to purchase two (2) Kodak Law Enforcement systems available through Linear Systems. These are special systems with "image authentication modules" which are necessary for digital photographs which are to be used for evidentiary purposes. One of the units will be assigned to the Watch Commander's vehicle for use by patrol personnel at scenes of major incidents. The second unit will be utilized by the Crimes Against Persons Investigator. The existing camera system is being utilized by the Crimes Against Property Investigator. 8. UPGRADE TO A 40MM MULTI PROJECTILE LAUNCHER $2,200 The Police Department currently possesses a 37mm projectile launcher which was purchased over 10 years ago. At that time, the 37mm launcher was the standard and used primarily for launching tear gas projectiles. However, the 40mm projectile launcher has now become the operational standard for a wide variety of applications including tear gas, diversionary smoke and "Iess than lethal" applications ("bean bag" and rubber projectiles), The 40mm launcher also has a rifled barrel for improved accuracy over the smooth barrel 33mm launcher. The 40mm Multi Projectile Launcher is manufactured by Aardvark Tactical, Inc. 9. 30 LASER GUNSIGHT GRIPS $7,200 It is proposed that the Police Department purchase 30 Crimson Trace Corp. Laser Gunsight Grips for the Beretta 96F service weapons worn by sworn personnel. The Police Department has been pilot testing this sight for the past year. The sight is a small laser located in the grip of the weapon which projects a small laser beam onto the target. The accuracy of the sight is vastly superior over the regular sight on the weapon. In that the sight projects a beam onto the target, the officer is actually seeing the impact point where the bullet will hit its target, resulting in significantly improved accuracy and performance by the officer. This improved performance results in less "stray" shots, greatly reducing the potential for injuring innocent bystanders. There is also a psychological advantage for a police officer equipped with laser sight. It has been shown that suspects are much quicker to surrender when they have been "illuminated" by a laser equipped weapon. The sight works equally well in light or dark -5- environments and it has windage and elevation adjustments. In summary, the use of the Laser Gunsight Grip significantly improves both officer/community safety and the performance of police personnel in critical incidents. The cost of the Crimson Trace Corp. Laser Gunsight Grip is approximately $240 per unit, including shipping. AL TERNA TIVES: The following alternatives are provided for the Council's consideration: - Approve staff's recommendations; - Do not approve staff's recommendations; or - Modify as appropriate and approve staff's recommendations. -6- 9.a. CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE CITY COUNCIL MEETING NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing will be held by the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande on the following item: CASE NO. Planned Sign Program No. 01-001 APPLICANT: Ray Bunnell - Cas a Grande Inn LOCATION: 850 Oak Park Boulevard ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION: Categorical Exemption per CEQA Guidelines Section 15311 REPRESENTATIVE: Jim Cravens, Asignco The applicant has submitted a proposal to replace four (4) signs at the Best Western Casa Grande Inn. Any person affected or concerned by this application may submit written comments to the Department of Administrative Services before the City Council hearing, or appear and be heard in support of or opposition to the project at the time of hearing. Any person interested in the proposal can contact the Community Development Department at 214 E. Branch Street, Arroyo Grande, California, during normal business hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.). The project application will be available for public inspection at the above address. If you challenge an item in court, you may be lim~ted to raising those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the City Council at, or prior to, the public hearing. Failure of any person to receive the notice shall not constitute grounds for any court to invalidate the action of the legislative body for which the notice was given. Date, Time and Place of Hearing: Tuesday, April 24, 2001 at 7:00 P.M. Arroyo Grande City Council Chambers 215 E. Branch Street Arroyo Grande, California 93420 re, Director of Administrative Services! Deputy City Clerk Publish 1 Time, Friday, April 13, 2001 MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL V~ FROM: KERRY McCANTS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR BY: ~ -\\' KELL Y HEFFERN ON ASSOCIATE PLANNER SUBJECT: BEST WESTERN CASA GRANDE INN PLANNED SIGN PROGRAM CASE NO. 01-001; 850 OAK PARK BOULEVARD DATE: APRIL 24, 2001 RECOMMENDATION: The Planning Commission recommends the City Council adopt the attached Resolution approving Planned Sign Program Case No. 01-001 subject to the conditions of approval. FUNDING: No fiscal impact. BACKGROUND: The Best Western Casa Grande Inn originally received approval for a Planned Sign Program in 1992 for four (4) signs having a total sign area of 198 square feet. The signage included a double-faced pole sign, a freestanding monument sign, and two (2) wall signs. On September 22, 1 998 the City Council approved Planned Sign Program 98-1 27, which updated the "Best Western" logo and increased the size of two existing signs. Because a building permit was never issued for the revised signage, PSP 98-127 expired and the applicant was required to resubmit the sign package. The Planning Commission held a public hearing on this item on April 17, 2001 and unanimously recommended that the Council approve the project (reference Attachment 2 for Planning Commission Meeting Minutes). Proiect Description: The proposed signage is identical to what the City approved in 1 998 except for the pole sign, which is one foot taller, thirteen (13) square feet larger, and integrates two signs ("Casa Grande Inn" and "Best Western" logo) into one sign. The proposed pole sign is considered a "change in copy" since the lettering and sign location have not changed, The increase in size of the pole sign is necessary to conform to the standards set by the Best Western Corporation. City Council Casa Grande PSP 01-001 April 24, 2001 Page 2 The proposed changes to the existing signs are as follows: 1 , Replace the existing illuminated pole sign with the new Best Western corporate logo copy (also illuminated), increasing the size from 94 square feet to 116 square feet and the height by 2.5 feet. 2. Replace copy in the existing illuminated monument sign (40 square feet) with new illuminated Best Western corporate logo copy (no increase in sign area). 3. Replace copy on the existing illuminated tower wall sign (32 square feet) with a new illuminated Best Western corporate logo copy (no increase in sign area). 4. Increase the size of one wall sign from 35 to 63 square feet, and move that sign from the "tower" to the south elevation of the wall. The maximum total square footage allowed is 267 square feet, and proposed is 251 square feet. DISCUSSION: Chapter 9-13 of the Development Code is the City's "Sign Regulations". Section 9-13.040 of the Development Code allows a motel located within 300 feet of the Highway 101 right-of-way to erect one (1) ground sign up to fifty (50) feet in height and one (1) ground sign up to eight (8) feet in height; or, 2 wall signs per street frontage. The existing signs on the subject property were approved prior to the most recent revisions to the sign ordinance. The number of signs existing (two ground and two wall signs) and the square footage of the pole sign (94 square feet) do not meet the provisions of the current Sign Ordinance and are considered nonconforming. Development Code Section 9-13,070.D.3 states, "Any business with a nonconforming sign shall not be entitled to additional signs unless the nonconforming sign is made to conform with the provisions of this Chapter". Since the applicant is not proposing any additional signs, the nonconforming signs are allowed to remain nonconforming. This conclusion is based on the assessment that the original application approved in 1998 was processed correctly. The Council has the option to determine if the previous application was approved properly, and therefore if the proposed Planned Sign Program can be approved as submitted, or that the previous expired application was not processed correctly and deny the proposal, City Council Casa Grande PSP 01-001 April 24, 2001 Page 3 Attachments: Resolution of approval Exhibit "A": Conditions of Approval Exhibits "B1 - B3": Sign Plans 1. Location Map 2. Draft Planning Commission Meeting Minutes of April 17, 2001 3. Planning Commission Meeting Minutes of July 7, 1998 4. Planning Commission Meeting Minutes of September 9, 1998 5. City Council Meeting Minutes of September 22, 1998 RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE APPROVING PLANNED SIGN PROGRAM CASE NO. 01-001 FOR THE BEST WESTERN CASA GRANDE INN, APPLIED FOR BY RAY BUNNELL, LOCATED AT 850 OAK PARK BOULEVARD WHEREAS, on April 17, 2001 the Planning Commissiof) of the City of Arroyo Grande held a duly noticed public hearing to consider Planned Sign Program Case No. 01- 001; and WHEREAS, after due study, the Planning Commission recommended that the City Council approve Planned Sign Program Case No, 01-001; and WHEREAS, on April 24, 2001, the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande held a duly noticed public hearing to consider Planned Sign Program Case No. 01-001 in accordance with City Code; and WHEREAS, the City Council reviewed and considered the information and public testimony presented at the public hearing, the staff report and other information that are part of the public record; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds, after due study, deliberation and public hearing, the following circumstances exist: 1 . The proposed signs are consistent with the goals, objectives, policies and programs of the Arroyo Grande General Plan and any applicable design guidelines, The goals of the General Plan are to encourage economic vitality and business activity, protect investments while preserving the environment and character of the City because said signs are important to the success of this and similar businesses but are not out of scale or character with other signs in this zone and vicinity. 2, The proposed signs conform to applicable development standards and provisions of the Development Code, and will not be detrimental to the public health, safety or welfare. 3. The physical location or placement of the signs is compatible with the surrounding neighborhood and do not pose a safety risk. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande hereby approves Planned Sign Program Case No. 01-001, with the above findings and subject to the conditions as set forth in Exhibit "A", attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference. RESOLUTION NO. PAGE 2 On motion by Council Member , seconded by Council Member , and by the following roll call vote, to wit: AVES: NOES: ABSENT: the foregoing Resolution was adopted this day of 2001. RESOLUTION NO. PAGE 3 . MICHAEL A. LADY, MAYOR ATTEST: KELLY WETMORE, ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIRECTOR/ DEPUTY CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO CONTENT: C;?/~ STEVEN ADAMS, CITY MANAGER APPROVED AS TO FORM: TIMOTHY J. CARMEL, CITY ATTORNEY RESOLUTION NO. PAGE 4 EXHIBIT "A" CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL PLANNED SIGN PROGRAM CASE NO. 01-001 850 Oak Park Boulevard Best Western Casa Grande Inn COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GENERAL CONDITIONS 1. This approval authorizes the following signage for the Best Western Casa Grande Inn, as illustrated in Exhibits "B1 - B3": . Replace the existing illuminated pole sign with the new Best Western corporate logo copy, increasing the size from 94 square feet to 116 square feet and the height by 2.5 feet; . Replace copy in the existing illuminated monument sign (40 square feet) with new illuminated Best Western corporate logo copy (no increase in sign area); . Replace copy on the existing illuminated tower wall sign (32 square feet) with a new illuminated Best Western corporate logo copy (no increase in sign area); and . Increase the size of one wall sign from 35 to 63 square feet, and move that sign from the "tower" to the south elevation of the wall. 2. The applicant shall ascertain and comply with all Federal, State, County and City requirements as are applicable to this project. 3. The applicant shall comply with all conditions of approval for Planned Sign Program Case No. 01-001. 4. This application shall automatically expire on April 24, 2003 unless a building permit is issued. Thirty (30) days prior to the expiration of the approval, the applicant may apply for an extension of one (1) year from the original date of expiration. 5, Development shall occur in substantial conformance with the plans presented to the City Council at the meeting of April 24, 2001 and marked Exhibits "B1 - B3". 6. The applicant shall agree to defend at his/her sole expense any action brought against the City, its present or former agents, officers, or employees because of the issuance of said approval, or in anyway relating to the implementation RESOLUTION NO. PAGE 5 thereof, or in the alternative, to relinquish such approval. The applicant shall reimburse the City, its agents, officers, or employees, for any court costs and attorney's fee's which the City, its agents, officers or employees may be required by a court to pay as a result of such action, The City may, at its sole discretion, participate at its own expense in the defense of any such action but such participation shall not relieve applicant of his/her obligations under this condition, DEVELOPMENT CODE 7. Development shall conform to the PD 1.1 zoning requirements and the Sign Ordinance except as otherwise approved. ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW COMMITTEE 8. The UL listing label shall be located on the top of the sign so that it is not visible from below, BUILDING AND FIRE DEPARTMENT 9, The project shall comply with the most recent editions of the California State Fire and Building Codes and the Uniform Building and Fire Codes as adopted by the City of Arroyo Grande. 10. 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PLANNED SIGN PROGRAM CASE NO. 01-001; LOCATION - 850 OAK PARK BOULEVARD; APPLICANT - RAY BUNNELL; REPRESENTATIVE - JIM CRAVENS, ASIGNCO Associate Planner, Kelly Heffernon, presented the staff report to the Planning Commission. Ms. Heffernon stated that in September of 1998, the City Council approved a Planned Sign Program for the Casa Grande Inn, which updated the "Best Western" logo and increased the size of two existing signs. Because a building permit was never issued for the new signs, the Planned Sign Program expired and the applicant was required to resubmit the sign package. The proposed signage is identical to what the City approved in 1998 except for the pole sign, which is one foot taller, allowing both the "Best Western" and "Casa Grande Inn" signs to be updated and contained in one cabinet instead of two. Commissioner Brown and Ms. Heffernon discussed the "pole" sign, Mr. Brown asked if a Variance was necessary since this was a new sign and it was going to be one (1) foot taller than originally approved. Ms. Heffernon explained that a Variance was not necessary because the "pole" sign was an existing sign and this was essentially viewed as a change in the "copy" of the existing sign. Chair Costello asked if the signs for the restaurant and the hotel were separate? Ms. Heffernon stated that the applicant could best answer the question Chair Costello opened the public hearing. ARROYO GRANDE PLANNING COMMISSION DRAFT MINUTES APRIL 17, 2001 PAGE 2 Rav Bunnell, applicant for the project and owner of Casa Grande Inn, spoke to the Commission stating that he owned the adjoining restaurant however, they were operated separately. He stated that currently the restaurant was closed and he was in the process of finding a tenant for it. Chair Costello closed the public hearing. Commissioner Fowler moved that the Planning Commission adopt: RESOLUTION NO. 01-1784 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL APPROVE PLANNED SIGN PROGRAM CASE NO. 01- 001 FOR THE BEST WESTERN CASA GRANDE INN, APPLIED FOR BY RAY BUNNELL, LOCATED AT 850 OAK PARK BOULEVARD Commissioner Guthrie seconded the motion. The motion was approved by the following roll call vote: ROLL CALL VOTE YES Commissioner Brown YES Commissioner Fowler YES Commissioner Guthrie YES Commissioner Keen YES Chair Costello CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT CASE NO. 00-017; LOCATION - 200 HILLCREST ; APPLICANT - NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS ner, Kelly Heffernon, informed the Planning Commission that because of unresolved issu related to project access, staff was requesting that this item be continued to the Plan . Commission meeting of May 1, 2001. Commissioner Guthrie moved t the Planning Commission continue Item II. B. to the May 1, 2001 Planning Commission me g. Commissioner Brown seconded the motion. The motion was approved by the following call vote: ROLL CALL VOTE YES Commissioner Brown YES Commissioner Fowler YES Commissioner Guthrie YES Commissioner Keen YES Chair Costello II. C. ARROYO GRANDE PLANNING COMMISSION A TT ACHMENT 3 JULY 7, 1998 e Arroyo Grande Planning Commission met in regular session with Chair Lubin presiding. Pr t are Commissioners Parker and Haney, Commissioner Greene is absent. One vacancy exists 0 the Commission. Also in attendance are Acting Community Development Director Helen Elde d Contract Planner Lezley Buford. MINUTE APPROV As suggested by Commiss' er Haney, approval of the minutes of the meeting of May 5, 1998 was continued to the next m . g when Commissioner Greene is present. ORAL COl\1MUNICATIONS - None CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING - PLANNED N PROGRAM CASE NO. 98-U4 AND VARIANCE CASE NO. 98-210, SIGN PROG FOR SHOPPING CENTER; APPLICANT: AGRA, LLC/FIVE CITIES CENTER; PRESENTATIVE: MICHAEL HEINRlCH/MUSIL GOVAN AZZALINO; LOCATION: T BRANCH STREET AND RANCHO PARKWAY Contract Planner Lezley Buford advised that the plans and requested terials for this project were received too late for staff to review and provide a staff report. Afte brief discussion, on motion by Commissioner Haney, seconded by Commissioner Parker, unanimously carried, Planned Sign Program Case No. 98-124 and Variance Case No. 98-210 w to a date uncertain. PUBLIC HEARING - PLANNED SIGN PROGRAM CASE NO. 98-127 AND VARIANCE CASE NO. 98-211, REPLACE EXISTING SIGNS AND ADD AN ADDmONAL SIGN; CAS A GRANDE INN; APPLICANT: WILLIAM SCHOEFLER; REPRESENTATIVE: JIM CRA YENS; WCATION: 850 OAK PARK BOULEVARD Contract Planner Buford reviewed the changes proposed by the applicant. She noted that this is not an amendment to the Planned Sign Program because the Sign Program that was originally approved in 1985 was merely an administrative permit approval over the counter. She advised that the Architectural Advisory Committee reviewed this project and found no problems with the signage. Because of the unique site location from the freeway and the location of the drainage basin, they felt the project warranted the requested signage. Ms. Buford concluded with the staff recommendation that the Planning Commission recommend the City Council approve the Planned Sign Program and Variance as requested by the applicant. After a brief discussion between the Commissioners and staff, Chair Lubin opened the hearing for public comment. John Keen. 298 No. Elm Street. commented that the restaurant seems to have been rather flagrant with the changes they have made without coming in for approval of signs, and any action that can be taken to upgrade the signs on that property to conform to the sign ordinance would be appropriate at this time. Hearing no further comments from the audience, Chair Lubin closed the public portion and restricted further comments to the Planning Commission. Arroyo Grande Planning Commission Page 2 July 7, 1998 Commissioner Haney pointed out that with the proposed increase of the sign on the south facing face of the motel, which adds about 88 square feet, the result is approximately 46 % increase in the total sign area, which appears to be contrary to the direction generally taken by the Commission regarding sign programs. He reviewed that a year or so ago a sign ordinance was adopted by the Planning Commission and City Council that aimed to reduce the proliferation of signs, standardize signs and limit sign size to reduce the impact on neighborhoods and avoid the "L.A." look. He stated the proposed signage consists of significant variances from the currently approved sign program. He further stated he was under the mis-impression that this had been previous approved by the City Council as part of the PD zone. A variance approval for this request would open the door to other changes to signs throughout the community. He stated the new sign proposed on the face of the building, in his opinion, adds little to increase the visibility of the motel signs, however, it does have an impact on the residential development across the freeway. Commissioner Haney further stated he doesn't believe a good case has been made to add additional signage over and above what is currently there and, in his judgement, the signage being proposed doesn't really accomplish the objectives the applicant is looking for. Commissioner Parker stated she is not as concerned about the total square footage of signs as the number of signs, and the fact that the signs they have do not conform to the total square footage of 70 square feet allowed by the code. She further stated she doesn't have a problem with changing the look of a sign, however, she has a problem with adding square footage to a sign that is already larger than the code allows. Regarding Sign #5, the additional sign, Commissioner Parker stated she is concerned about adding another sign because they already have too many. She noted they now have two wall signs and are requesting addition of a third wall sign. In looking at this, in her opinion, it may be a good place to put a sign there, and suggested they take the other two wall signs off and install this one, making it conform to the 70 square feet maximum instead of 88 feet as proposed. Chair Lubin stated, in his opinion, there would not be a significant increase in benefit for Sign #5, the new sign on the wall, and with the number of signs already there the addition of this sign would be over-kill and would not provide a lot of visibility. He further stated he is concerned with the total square footage and the number of signs. With regard to the pole sign, he would be in favor of enlarging the logo to the size of the existing sign. Chair Lubin re-opened the public hearing to give the applicant's representative an opportunity to make comments. Jim Cravens. Asignco. 232 Front Street. Grover Beach. representing the applicant, advised the reason for the sign changes is' the requirement to meet Best Western's corporate sign criteria with logo shaped signs. With regard to the freeway sign, Mr. Cravens pointed out that the signs are all production manufactured signs and this one is the closest to the size of the existing sign, which is approximately 10 square feet larger than the existing sign. The selection is chosen by Best Western Corporation as far as the sign cabinet sizes, going from a 50 square foot sign up to a 90 square foot sign, etc. He stated a 70 square foot sign in that location would require a lot of structural changes as far as the width because the poles are too far apart. Mr. Cravens stated, in his opinion, the applicant would prefer to eliminate the signs on the tower, Signs 3 an~ 4, and have the one on the building, because of the fact that the signs on the tower are not really visible from any direction, the message sign that is currently near the street is to guide people into the driveway. In addition, he would prefer to have the sign on the end of the building (Sign #5). Chair Lubin closed the hearing and reserved further comments to the Planning Commission. Arroyo Grande Planning Commission Page 3 July 7, 1998 Commissioner Haney referred to the Commission's last two decisions regarding signs, indicating that if the applicant can stay within the same parameters as the previously approved sign program, such as total square footage, same number of signs and the same location, the request has been generally treated as being a positive recommendation to the City Council. However, in this case, it looks like there are two proposals on the table. It seems the consensus of the Commission is that the 5th sign is unacceptable in light of the Commission's previous comments. Therefore, the two alternatives are; (1) keep the signs in the present location and try to maintain as close to the same square footage and same number of signs, or (2) allow the sign to be placed on the south facing building elevation, at which point it appears the square footage would stay pretty close to what it is now. He further stated he could support a resolution for the signs as they are presently in existence and changing the copy face. If this is impractical because of the standard dimensions of the sign after examination, he would be willing to consider the additional 10 square feet on the pole sign as a minor variation if there are no other realistic alternatives. Commissioner Parker stated, if possible, she would like to see the company make the necessary sign molding adjustments rather than go over the 70 square foot maximum. Chair Lubin stated he agrees with both Commissioners, however, his first preference would be to down-size the pole sign to fit within the 88 square feet or less and, if that is not possible due to physical restraints, then he agrees with Commissioner Haney's suggestion to increase the size by approximately 10 square feet. His preference, however, is to see the sign fit within the 88 square feet. With regard to the issue of the sm sign, Chair Lubin stated he would not be in favor of that sign unless there was removal of the other signs, and the sign would have to be within the 70 square foot limitation. After further discussion, Chair Lubin suggested to the applicant that this item be continued indefinitely until they have a chance to re-work the proposal and work with staff so that they are in concurrence with the Commission's thoughts and suggestions. On motion by Commissioner Haney, seconded by Commissioner Parker, and unanimously carried, Planned Sign Program Case No. 92-127 and Variance Case No. 98-211 were continued indefinitely until the applicant has provided staff with adequate information to address the foregoing comments provided by the Chairman. , p C HEARING - CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT CASE NO. 98-568 TO OPERATE K-12 GRADE SCHOOL; APPLICANT: PACIFIC COAST CHRISTIAN ELEMENT IDGH SCHOOL; REPRESENTATIVE: REV. JARED D. HOOVER; LOCATION: 207 GRIM: WAY Contract Planner Lez1ey ford reviewed the staff report dated July 7, 1998. She stated that in 1988 Coastal Christian Scll received approval to operate a school at the subject site which was basically grades 7 through 1 . th a maximum of 150 students. The school eventually moved to its current location on Farro enue. Ms. Buford advised the Pacific Coast Christian Sc I began operating a school in 1988 under Conditional Use Permit 88-437. In May of 1997 Planning Commission approved an amendment to the CUP to allow the addition of a combina . first/second grade class. The current request is to allow the addition of grades 3 through 6, res . g in the school operation of grades kindergarten through 12th grade, with a maximum of 200 s ts. She pointed out that all existing conditions in the Conditional Use Permit now in force would ain in full force and effect. Also, she noted that the Staff Advisory Committee reviewed the pro ed project and recommended that the Planning Commission approve the project subject to the reco nded conditions of approval attached to the draft resolution. Arroyo Grande Planning Commission A TT ACHMENT 4 Page 5 September 9, 1998 In VIe action, the request for a Planned Sign Program amendment and Variance was denied on motion by om n seconded by Commissioner Haney, and unanimously carried. PUBLIC HEARING (CONTINUED) PLANNED SIGN PROGRAM 98-127 AND VARIANCE CASE 98-211, REPLACE EXISTING SIGNS AND ADD ONE ADDffiONAL SIGN; APPLICANT: WILLIAM SCHOEFLER (CASA GRANDE INN); LOCATION: 850 OAK PARK BOULEVARD Associate Planner Helen Elder reviewed the staff report dated September 1, 1998. She reviewed that in 1992 Casa Grande Inn received approval for a Planned Sign Program totaling 198 square feet, with a total of four signs, which included a double faced pole sign, a free standing monument sign and two wall signs. The Planning Commission reviewed the proposed Planned Sign Program at their meeting of July 7, 1998 and expressed concern regarding the number and size of the proposed signs. The item was continued to allow the applicant to redesign their proposal in response to the Commission's comments. Ms. Elder advised that the existing signs were approved prior to the most recent revisions to the Sign Ordinance and are non-conforming. The applicant has submitted revised plans in response to the Commission's comments. She reviewed the proposed changes to the existing signs, noting that the changes now include the removal of one sign and the total number of signs, as proposed, would not increase. After staffs presentation, Chair Lubin opened the public hearing. Jim Cravens. Grover Beach. representing the applicant, advised that the signs on the property now do not conform to Best Western standards. Commissioner Parker questioned the proposed size of the pole sign being 88 feet, stating at the last meeting the Commission indicated they wanted to be within the Code, and asked if Best Western had a specific size available. Mr. Cravens advised that the next size would be considerably smaller and because of the spread of the existing poles would require a lot of structural changes as far as the width is concerned. Hearing no further comments from the audience, Chair Lubin closed the public hearing and restricted further comments to the Commission. Chair Lubin stated he had met with Mr. Schoeffler and learned that there are two issues involved. One is to modernize and bring the signs up to the standards of the Best Western. The other issue is marketing or advertising. Chair Lubin stated they had talked at length about the signs and it was Mr. Schoeffler's opinion that the pole sign requested is a marketing and advertising issue for him to compete with the Holiday Inn on the other side of the freeway. He stated that numerous times he has been called by the Holiday Inn to cancel reservations and has lost clients because of poor identification. In addition, he has requested the sign on the south side of the building so that it can be seen from the people coming down Oak Park from the Grover Beach side, and the pole sign remains perpendicular from the freeway. Chair Lubin stated he is prepared to support this request. With regard to the new sign without changeable letters, he felt it would be a benefit. Adding the sign to the south side of the building would npt infringe on any residences on that side of the freeway, Commissioner Greene stated, from an aesthetic standpoint, he believes the proposed pole sign is an improvement over the old one. In view of the Chairman's comments, he is prepared to go forward with this project. Arroyo Grande Planning Commission Page 6 September 9, 1998 Commissioner Parker commented that the proposed changes are acceptable to her. She stated she believes the plan is a good one and doesn't have any problems with it. Commissioner Keen stated he doesn't have a problem with Sign #1 totaling 33 square feet over the allowable limit because of its location and, even though he does have concerns about some aspects of the plan, he would support the project. Commissioner Haney stated he likes the looks of the new signs, however, he is concerned about over stepping some boundaries because in previous sign plans, the Commission has tried to stay within those boundaries. He commented that the pole sign is going to be over almost double. He stated he is opposed to the plan because it violates previously established standards and he is advocating staying within the total square footage. After considerable discussion, Chair Lubin closed the public hearing and the following action was taken: RESOLUTION NO. 98-1666 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLAL~G COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE RECOMl\1ENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL APPROVE PLANNED SIGN PROGRAM CASE NO. 98-127, APPLIED FOR BY WILLIAM SCHOEFFLER, LOCATED AT 850 OAK PARK BOULEV ARD (BEST WESTERN CASA GRANDE INN) On motion by Commissioner Parker, seconded by Commissioner Keen, and by the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: Commissioners Parker, Keen, Greene and Lubin NOES: Commissioner Haney ABSENT: None the foregoing resolution was adopted this 9th day of September 1998. HEARING (CONTINUED) - AMENDMENT TO CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT CASE N . 1-560, REVISIONS TO SITE PLAN; APPLICANT: DAN BLOUGH (W A YNE'S TIR , OCA TION: 505 GRAND A VENUE Because of a possible co . t of interest, Chair Lubin relinquished the Chair to Vice Chair Haney and is now absent. Associate Planner Helen Elder reviewed ackground of this project, advising that the Planning Commission approved a Tentative Parce for this site on December 16, 1997. Subsequently, the Commission approved Conditional Use it 97-560 to construct a 3,400 square foot automotive repair facility. The applicant is no ~uesting approval of an amendment to the Conditional Use Pennit to modify the approved site . The modification would reconfigure the parking lot and reduce the number of parking space three. The parking lot modification will result in increased landscaping on the site adjacent to south property line. She stated that the project meets all Development Code standards inclu parking and maximum parking lot slope. , A TT ACHMENT 5 CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 6.A. RESOLUTIONS AND ORDINANCES READ IN TITLE ONL V Council Member Lady moved, Council Member Tolley seconded, and the motion passed unanimously that all resolutions and ordinances presented at the meeting shall be read in title only and all further reading be waived. 7.A. PUBLIC HEARING - CONSIDERING PLANNED SIGN PROGRAM 98-127 FOR THE BEST WESTERN CASA GRANDE INN, 850 OAK PARK BOULEVARD Mayor Pro Tem Lady said he had a possible conflict of interest in this matter and left the dais. .Staff comments and recommended action: Staff recommended the Council approve an amendment to the existing sign program replacing existing signs with the updated uBest Western" logo and increasing the size of one wall sign from 35 to 70 square feet, moving that sign from the Utower" to the south elevation of the wall. After being assured that the Public Hearing had been duly published and all legal requirements met, Mayor Dougall declared the hearing open and said all persons would be heard regarding the matter. When no one came forward to speak, he closed the hearing to the floor. Council Member Runels moved and Council Member Fuller seconded the motion to adopt Resolution No. 3327 Approving Planned Sign Program Case No. 98-127, Located at 850 Oak Park Blvd. (Best Western Casa Grande Inn), Applied for by William Schoeffler. - Voice Vote X Roll Call Vote Aye Dougall Abstain Lady - Aye Fuller Aye Runels Aye Tolley There being 4 AVES, 0 NOES, and 1 ABSTENTION, the moti~n is hereby declared to be passed. Mayor Pro Tern Lady returned to the dais. 8. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD None 2 9.b. CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE CITY COUNCIL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing will be held by the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande to consider the following item: A RESOLUTION INCREASING OPERATING FEES BASED ON CHANGES IN THE JANUARY 2001 CONSUMER PRICE INDEX (C.P.!.) APPLICANT: City of Arroyo Grande PROPOSAL: The Council will consider the adoption of a Resolution increasing operating fees in the Fire, Building, Community Development, Engineering, and Recreation Departments based on changes in the January 2001 C.P.I. of 3.8% REPRESENTATIVE: Financial Services Director Any person affected or concerned by the proposal may submit written comments to the Office of the City Manager before the City Council hearing, or appear and be heard in support of or opposition to the proposal at the time of the hearing. Any person interested in the proposal can contact the Financial Services Department at 214 E. Branch Street, Arroyo Grande, California, or by telephone at (805) 473-5430 during normal business hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.). The proposal will be available for public inspection at the above address. If you challenge an item in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the City Council at, or prior to, the public hearing. Failure of any person to receive the notice shall not constitute grounds for any court to invalidate the action of the legislative body for which the notice was given. Date and Time of Hearing: Tuesday, April 24, 2001 at 7:00 p.m. Place of Hearing: Arroyo Grande City Council Chambers 215 E. Branch Street ~~ Wd1@M- Arroyo Grande, California 93420 Kelly etm e Director of Administrative Services/Deputy City Clerk Publish 1 time, April 13, 2001 MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: LYNDA K. SNODGRASS, DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICE~ SUBJECT: OPERATING FEE STUDY AND RESOLUTION DATE: APRIL 24,2001 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended the City Council adopt the attached resolution revising Operating Fees in the Fire, Building, Community Development, Engineering, and Recreation Departments by the January CPI of 3.8%. FUNDING: A small increase, of approximately $5,000, can be expected in the General Fund operating revenues. DISCUSSION: The City completed an operating fee study in Fiscal Year 1999-2000. This study calculated the direct and indirect costs of providing specialized services to the public. The commission of this study was undertaken in order to shift the burden of paying for specific governmental services from the general populous to specific recipients of the service, through user fees. The underlying assumption being that services benefiting specific users, not the community as a whole, should be paid by the benefiting individuals and businesses. On April 11, 2000 the completed study was presented to the City Council along with a recommendation to set operating fees, where appropriate, at 100% of cost. Provided in this report was a complete description of the fees, the fee amount charged, the full cost to provide the service, and the proposed fee amount. The operating fee study and proposed operating fee adjustments were approved at that meeting. Since most City costs have increased over the last year, it is reasonable to conclude that the operating fees established almost a year ago are not currently recovering the full cost. In order to ensure that the fees are recovering the full cost of services, the City could commission another operating fee study. Rather than spend a considerable sum of money and staff time on another study, a simpler solution is available. The consumer price index (CPI) measures the increased cost of living for specific regions of the country. The most recent CPI figure (January 2001-Los Angeles region) of 3.8% can be multiplied by the current operating fees, thus providing fees that are nearer the true cost of providing the service. OPERATING FEE STUDY AND RESOLUTION APRIL 24, 2001 PAGE 2 Exhibit A to the Resolution is a listing of the Proposed Updated Operating Fees. This listing shows the service provided by the City, the current fee charged for that service, the CPI percentage, and the recommended fee. Within the Fire Fee category there are three fees that are currently not being charged. Collecting the fee for (1) Failed Second Inspection, (2) Burn Permit, and (3) Excessive False Alarm would require additional staff. Rather than add staff at this time, it is recommended that these fees continue being authorized but uncollected until such time as staff is available to perform the service. In addition to these changes, the Parks, Recreation, and Facilities Department is recommending an additional increase to specified recreation fees for non-residents in order to address a portion of the subsidy for these programs. This recommendation is provided in a separate staff report. AL TERNA TIVES: The following alternatives are provided for City Council consideration: - Approve staff recommendation; - Deny staff recommendation; - Modify staff recommendation and approve; - Provide direction to staff. RESOLUTION NO. - A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE AMENDING OPERATING FEES FOR PARKS AND RECREATION, PLANNING, ENGINEERING, BUILDING, AND FIRE SERVICES WHEREAS, the City Council performs certain services and issues permits and licenses, which benefit specific individuals and businesses; and WHEREAS, the cost of performing such services and issuing such permits, and licenses are to be paid by those individuals and businesses that receive such services, permits, and licenses; and WHEREAS, those fees charged for such services, permits, and licenses provided by and/or through the Parks and Recreation, Community Development, Engineering, Building, and Fire Departments, no longer reflect the true costs of providing such services, permits, and licenses; and WHEREAS, costs for services, permits, and licenses provided by and/or through the Parks and Recreation, Community Development, Engineering, Building, and Fire Departments that benefit specific individuals and businesses have been clearly identified; and WHEREAS, the City of Arroyo Grande adopted Ordinance No. 408 C.S. that authorizes amending fees for Planning and Engineering processing and permitting be established by resolution; and WHEREAS, the City of Arroyo Grande has adopted Resolution 3203 that established specific fees for Parks and Recreation Services; and WHEREAS, the City of Arroyo Grande has proposed and made available to the public, data indicating the estimated cost of providing Fire services and the current and proposed fees for such services; and WHEREAS, the City Council has considered at a regularly scheduled City Council meeting the question of whether or not to adjust or establish operating fees for City services to reflect the estimated amount that is required to sufficiently compensate the City for providing such services; and WHEREAS, at said public meeting, the City Council considered all oral and written presentations that were made regarding operating fees. RESOLUTION NO. PAGE 2 NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande as follows: 1. The schedule of fees attached hereto as Exhibit "A" and incorporated herein by this reference, entitled "Schedule of Operating Fee Recommendations, Fiscal Year 2000-01" is hereby adopted. 2. This Resolution shall be effective on July 1, 2001. 3. Fees shall be adjusted annually by modifying the adopted value up or down in conformance with the Consumer Price Index for the Los Angeles region. The factor for the adjustment of the fees shall be calculated and established each January by the Director of Financial Services, utilizing the following formula: Factor = 1 + Current Index - Sase Index for Date of Adoption Sase Index for Date of Adoption On motion of Council Member , seconded by Council Member , and on the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: NOES: ABSENT: the foregoing Resolution was passed and adopted this day of ,2001. RESOLUTION NO. PAGE 3 MICHAEL A. LADY, MAYOR ATTEST: KELL Y WETMORE, DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICESI DEPUTY CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO CONTENT: STEVEN ADAMS, CITY MANAGER APPROVED AS TO FORM: TIMOTHY J. CARMEL, CITY ATTORNEY EXHIBIT A CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE Schedule of Operating Fee Recommendations Fiscal Year 2000-01 Current January 2001 Proposed Service Fee CPI Increase ENGINEERING: Annexation 2,382 3.8% $ 2,475 Conditional Use Permit 857 3.8% 890 Grading Permit 1,830 3.8% 1,900 Lot Line Adjustment 2,206 3.8% 2,290 Parcel Map 980 3.8% 1,015 Pre-Application 170 3.8% 175 Tract Map 3,590 3.8% 3,725 Inspection Services 58,062 3.8% 60,275 Encroachment Permit-Residential 58 3.8% 60 Encroachment Permit-Commercial 116 3.8% 120 EXHIBIT A CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE Schedule of Operating Fee Recommendations Fiscal Year 2000-01 Current January 2001 Proposed Service Fee CPI Increase FIRE DEPARTMENT: Permit Inspection 284 3.8% $ 295 Hydrant Flow Calculation 130 3.8% 135 Fireworks Permit 284 3.8% 295 Failed 2nd Inspection 85 3.8% 90 Burn Permit 25 3.8% 25 Excessive False Alarm 50 3.8% 52 EXHIBIT A CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE Schedule of Operating Fee Recommendations Fiscal Year 2000-01 Current January 2001 Proposed Service Fee CPI increase PLANNING: Appeals CD Director to Planning Commission 184 3.8% $ 190 Planning Commission to City Council. 184 3.8% 190 ARC Review Within P.O. Zone 394 3.8% 405 Outside P.O. Zone 210 3.8% 215 Minor Project 62 3.8% 65 ARC Review Amendment Within P.O. Zone 394 3.8% 405 Outside P.O. Zone 210 3.8% 215 Minor Project 210 3.8% 215 Cert. Of Compliance Within P.O. Zone 608 3.8% 630 Outside P.O. Zone 424 3.8% 440 CUP Within P.O. Zone 1,131 3.8% 1,175 Outside P.O. Zone 947 3.8% 980 CUP Amendment Within P.O. Zone 814 3.8% 845 Outside P.O. Zone 630 3.8% 650 Development Agreement 1,907 3.8% 1,980 Dev. Code Amendment 1,175 3.8% 1,220 GPA 1,288 3.8% 1,335 Home Occupation Permit 47 3.8% 49 Large Family Daycare 250 3.8% 260 LLA Within P.O. Zone 754 3.8% 780 Outside P.O. Zone 570 3.8% 590 Lot Merger 570 3.8% 590 Meeting continuance 123 3.8% 128 Minor Exception 248 3.8% 257 Planned Development/Rezoning 1,086 3.8% 1,125 Planned Dev. SPFC/GDPA 1,086 3.8% 1,125 Planned Unit Development Permit Processed with Tentative Map 1,086 .3.8% 1,125 Processed along 1,086 3.8% 1,125 PC Interp/Waive/Reference 385 3.8% 400 Plot Plan Review 216 3.8% 224 Pre-Application 300 3.8% 310 Research 68 3.8% 70 EXHIBIT A CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE Schedule of Operating Fee Recommendations Fiscal Year 2000-01 Current January 2001 Proposed Service Fee CPI Increase PLANNING (continued): Reversion to Acreage Within P .D. Zone 390 3.8% 405 Outside P.D. Zone 206 3.8% 214 Rezoning 1,086 3.8% 1,125 Signs Planned Sign Program Within P .D. Zone 578 3.8% 600 Outside P.D. Zone 394 3.8% 405 Administrative Sign Permit 68 3.8% 70 Administrative Sign Program 155 3.8% 160 Mural Permit 155 3.8% 160 Specific Plan 3,336 3.8% 3,460 Specific Plan Amendment 1,086 3.8% 1,125 TUP 101 3.8% 105 Tentative ParcellTentative Tract Map Within P.O. Zone 940 3.8% 975 Outside P.D. Zone 756 3.8% 785 Tentative ParcellTentative Tract Map Amendment Within P.O. Zone 940 3.8% 975 Outside P.D. Zone 756 3.8% 785 Time Extension Within P.D. Zone 480 3.8% 498 Outside P.D. Zone 296 3.8% 305 Variance Within P.D. Zone 940 3.8% 975 Outside P .D. Zone 756 3.8% 785 Vesting TPMITTM Within P.O. Zone 940 3.8% 975 Outside P.D. Zone 756 3.8% 785 Viewshed Review Staff Review 334 3.8% 345 Planning Commission Review 334 3.8% 345 EXHIBIT A CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE Schedule of Operating Fee Recommendations Fiscal Year 2000-01 Current January 2001 Proposed Service Fee CPI Increase RECREATION: Park Facilitv Use Fees Strother Park-Large Barbecue 55 3.8% $ 57 Strother Park-Security Deposit 25 3.8% 26 Strother Park-Small Barbecue 28 3.8% 29 Strother Park-Wedding Reception 110 3.8% 114 Strother Park-Security 1,2,3 55 3.8% 57 Elm Street Park-Barbecue 55 3.8% 57 Elm Street Park-Security Deposit 25 3.8% 26 Soto Sports Complex Use Fees Campbell Field Rental Fee 11 3.8% 12 Pilg Field Rental Fee 11 3.8% 12 Santos Field Rental Fee 11 3.8% 12 Volunteer Field Rental Fee 11 3.8% 12 Volunteer Field with Lights Rental 28 3.8% 29 Ikeda Field Rental 11 3.8% 12 Ikeda Field with Lights Rental 28 3.8% 29 Porter Field Rental Fee 17 3.8% 17 Porter Field with Lights Rental 33 3.8% 34 Tennis Court Rental-1 Hour 6 3.8% 6 Tennis Courts - 4 Rental 83 3.8% 85 Food Booth Rental Fee (Soto) 28 3.8% 29 Meeting Room Rental Fee 17 3.8% 17 Field Prep Fees (except Porter) 17 3.8% 17 Field Prep Fees - Porter 28 3.8% 29 Tournam Sch. & Coordin Fee 55 3.8% 57 Tournament Deposit Fee 217 3.8% 225 Woman's Club Use Fees Rental Fee 35.00 3.8% 36 Elm Street Comm. Ctr Use Fees Rental Fee 22.00 3.8% 23 9.c. CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE CITY COUNCIL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing will be held by the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande to consider the following item: ESTABLISHMENT OF NON- RESIDENT FEES FOR PARKS AND RECREATION PROGRAMS AND SERVICES APPLICANT: City of Arroyo Grande PROPOSAL: The City Council will consider establishing non-resident fees for Lise of the Soto Sports Complex Field, Pre- School Programs, and City sponsored contract classes in order to reduce or eliminate the need for program subsidies. REPRESENTATIVE: Parks, Recreation, and Facilities Director Any person affected or concerned by the proposal may submit written comments to the Office of the City Manager before the City Council hearing, or appear and be heard in support of or opposition to the proposal at the time of the hearing. Any person interested in the proposal can contact the Parks, Recreation, and Facilities Department at 1221 Ash Street, Arroyo Grande, California, or by telephone at (805) 473- 5474 during normal business hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.). The proposal will be available for public inspection at the above address. If you challenge an item in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the City Council at, or prior to, the public hearing. Failure of any person to receive the notice shall not constitute grounds for any court to invalidate the action of the legislative body for which the notice was given. Date and Time of Hearing: Tuesday, April 24, 2001 at 7:00 p.m. Place of Hearing: Arroyo Grande City Council Chambers 215 E. Branch Street ,~ uJ<Jw.iJM- Arroyo Grande, California 93420 Kelly tm re Director of Administrative Services/Deputy City Clerk Publish 1 time, April 13, 2001 MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: DANIEL C. HERNANDEZ, DIRECTOR PARKS, RECREATION AND* FACILITIES SUBJECT: ESTABLISHMENT OF NON-RESIDENT FEES FOR PARKS AND RECREATION PROGRAMS AND SERVICES DATE: APRIL 24, 2001 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended the City Council approve the recommendations of the Parks and Recreation Commission for the creation of non-resident fees associated with use of the Soto Sports Complex, Pre-School Programs and Contract Classes and adopt a resolution establishing non-resident fees. FUNDING: Implementation of a non-resident fee policy will result in an increase of approximately $11,000 in the General Fund for Fiscal Year 2000-2001. DISCUSSION: The Parks and Recreation Commission addressed issues related to non-resident fees at their meeting of April 11 th. Notices were sent to youth organizations that would be affected by an increase in fees. Currently, non-resident fees are charged for participation in adult sports and rental of the Woman's Club Community Center. It has been past policy not to implement additional non-resident fees for youth programs and facility rentals. Due to substantial revenues lost as a result of this policy, primarily regarding usage of the Soto Sports Complex, options have been explored to address the current subsidy of non-residents. Actual attendance of non-resident participation in City programs is approximately 50% in classes/activities (Attachment 1) and 40% in leagues. Fees are currently charged for adult participation in Adult Sports Programs, but have not been imposed in either classes or youth activities. Soto Sports Complex Field Usage Currently, user groups are not charged an hourly rental fee for the use of the fields at the Soto Sports Complex. Fees are charged only for field preparation and lighting. Groups that are 100% subsidized for hourly rentals include Arroyo Grande Babe Ruth, Arroyo Grande Little League, Five Cities Girls Softball, A YSO and the Condor Soccer Club. Of these, only Arroyo Grande Little League is made up exclusively of Arroyo Grande residents. Of the remaining organizations, the percentage of non-residents varies from 26% (Arroyo Grande Babe Ruth) to 74% (Five Cities Girls Softball). The other organizations participant percentages vary anywhere in between (Attachment 2). The Fiscal Year 2000-01 Soto Complex budget is approximately $147,000. In addition, the Parks Division also spends time and resources in assisting in facility maintenance. A rough estimate of additional Parks Division resources spent assisting with irrigation, grounds and improvements would be approximately an additional $45,000 in staff time and equipment/supplies. This includes all fields, restrooms, Elm Street Park, tennis courts and the Community Garden. Current field reservation rates are $11 per hour (without lights) for Campbell, Pilg, Santos, Volunteer, Ikeda and Don Roberts Field; and $17 per hour for Porter Field. These are the fees that are currently waived for the youth sports associations. Organizations currently pay full rental rates when lights are in use and for tournaments. A total of 3,528 hours of rental fees are waived. This is in excess of $38,800 of fees waived annually. Staff understands that it is not possible to charge full rate to youth organizations without creating financial hardship to these organizations. In an effort to address the subsidy for non-residents, the Parks and Recreation Commission recommends the following: 1. Recommendation. For organizations with membership consisting of more than 20% of non-residents, charge a 20% rental fee for field usage. Based on approximately 3,528 hours, fees due the City would be approximately $7,760. Pre-School Programs The City offers school year and Summer Pre-School Programs. These are currently operating at maximum capacity with approximately 25% of participants living outside the City. Sessions are paid every four weeks. 2. Recommendation. Implement a fee increase of 20% (waived for City residents) for all Play and Learn and Kindergarten in Training Programs. Based on additional fees due, the City would generate approximately $2,600. Contract Classes The City offers a variety of contract classes for youth and adult. Participants register on site for a variety of sessions. Some of the courses meet once, while others are ongoing. Instructors typically collect registration on site and submit rosters and payments to the Parks, Recreation and Facilities office. There are instructors that teach a variety of classes for us, so in this instance, a flat fee for non-residents is recommended due to the easier ability to implement for instructors. Agencies within San Luis Obispo County and Santa Maria vary in this issue (Attachment 3). Amounts range from no charge (Paso Robles and Arroyo Grande), flat fee of $5.00 (Morro Bay), 10% by Atascadero and 25% by San Luis Obispo and Santa Maria. Approximately 120 non-residents register for contract classes. 3. Recommendation. Implement a one time flat fee of $5.00 per class. This would result in additional fees collected in the amount of $600. In California, approximately 65% of parks and recreation organizations charge a fee differential for program participants that live outside the City. The premise behind this practice is that if the City is subsidizing these programs, the subsidy is being paid by the resident taxpayers. However, since a share of the costs can be attributed to non- residents, they are not paying their fair share of the costs. The non-resident portion of the fee is designed to cover this portion of the program cost. In reviewing the City's recreation programs, the overall budget includes a subsidy of approximately $250,000. This includes costs for administration and park maintenance. The Five Cities basketball program and adult programs already charging a non-resident fee are not included in this figure. Approximately 40% of overall participants live outside the City. Therefore, nearly $100,000 of the subsidy can be attributed to non-resident users. It has been calculated that a 20% fee increase for non-residents would generate this level of funding if applied to all programs. It is not recommended that the fee differential be applied to the Children in Motion program because it is a joint effort with the Lucia Mar Unified School District, using their facilities and the program is nearly self-sufficient. Due to the portion of the overall budget that is comprised by the Children in Motion program, the 20% increase applied to the remaining programs would generate about $11,000 annually, a small percentage of the total subsidy amount. However, given the overall calculations, staff believes the 20% guideline is appropriate and is consistent with what is charged in other jurisdictions. Therefore, participants from outside the City would still be receiving an overall cost benefit. Staff believes this can be justified by the fact that many of the participants also contribute to the funding through sales tax. AL TERNA TIVES: The following alternatives are provided for the Council's consideration: - Adopt attached resolution; - Modify and adopt resolution; - Do not adopt resolution; - Provide direction to staff. Attachments: Attachment 1 - 2000 Activities Population Count Attachment 2 - Soto Sports Complex Use Per Group. Attachment 3 - Non-Resident Fee Survey Chart RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE ESTABLISHING NON-RESIDENT FEES FOR SOTO SPORTS COMPLEX RENTAL, PRE-SCHOOL AND CONTRACT CLASSES WHEREAS, the City performs certain services and offers certain programs which benefit the community; and WHEREAS, the cost of performing such services and programs are to be paid by those individuals that receive such services; and WHEREAS, for the Soto Sports Complex, Pre-School Programs and Contract Classes, established fees do not reflect subsidy for non-resident participation in City facility usage and program participation; and WHEREAS, the City currently charges non-resident fees for park rentals, adult sports and rental of the Woman's Club Community Center; and WHEREAS, the City Council has considered the question of whether or not to establish non-resident fees for City services to reflect the estimated cost that is required to sufficiently compensate the City for providing such services; and WHEREAS, at a duly noticed public meeting, the City Council considered all oral and written presentations that were made regarding operating fees. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande as follows: 1. For youth organizations with participants that make up more than 20% of non- residents, charge a 20% rental fee for field usage. 2. Implement a non-resident fee of 20% over current fees related to Play and Learn and Kindergarten in Training Programs. 3. Implement a non-resident fee of $5,00 per registered class for youth classes offered by the City. On motion by Council Member , seconded by Council Member and on the following role call vote, to wit: . AYES: NOES: ABSENT: the foregoing Resolution was passed and adopted this day of ,2001. RESOLUTION NO. PAGE 2 MICHAEL A. LADY, MAYOR ATTEST: KELLY WETMORE, DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICESI DEPUTY CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO CONTENT: ~;:~ ST VEN ADAMS, CITY MANAGER APPROVED AS TO FORM: TIMOTHY J. 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Santa N/A N/A 25 % 25% None 25% Maria discount discount discount v -for for for residents residents residents San Luis None N/A 25% of None None 25% of Obispo class fee (For a group camp/clinic of 30 or more, the group fee . must carry liability insurance. The city does provide it for an extra cost of $39.27) 10.a. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: KERRY McCANTS ~l COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOl/Y'1 BY: ~\\. KELL Y HEFFERNON . ASSOCIATE PLANNER SUBJECT: SCREENING OF THE BALE AND PALLET STORAGE AREA FOR TRADER JOE'S DATE: APRIL 24, 2001 RECOMMENDATION: Review and select preferred screening material, FUNDING: No fiscal impact, DISCUSSION: At the February 27, 2001 regular meeting, during Council Communications, there was a brief discussion regarding additional screening of the bale and pallet storage area for Trader Joe's located in the Five Cities Center. Council directed staff to determine the appropriate way to encourage Trader Joe's to install screening at the archway to block stacked pallets from view, Staff has contacted the manager of Trader Joe's, and the company is amenable to installing screening material. The manager has requested that the City specify the preferred material. Listed below are examples of materials that could be used for screening the archway for Council's consideration: 1. Wood lattice; 2. Metal mesh; 3. Glass blocks; 4. Recessed masonry screen, integrating some of the accent tiles existing on the building; 5. Metal welded framework painted to match the building (similar to the material used to screen the loading docks behind Marshalls). This option has problems of rusting and on-going maintenance. Attachments: 1. 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MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL J~ FROM: KERRY McCANTS, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR I ROB STRONG, AICP, GENERAL PLAN UPDATE AND EIR CONSULTAN~ SUBJECT: 2001 GENERAL PLAN UPDATE AND EIR PUBLIC REVIEW DRAFT DATE: APRIL 24, 2001 RECOMMENDATION: Provide staff direction regarding clarification areas identified and authorize distribution of 2001 General Plan Update and EIR public review draft. FUNDING: There is no fiscal impact at this time. BACKGROUND: The Long Range Planning Committee (LRPC) met on March 20, April 12 and April 17, 2001 to preview and discuss the General Plan Update (GPU) and Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR). The schedule, unless the Council directs differently, is to distribute the Draft General Plan Policy Report, Land Use Element and Draft EIR on April 30, 2001. Allowing a 45-day public review and comment after this "Distribution Draft" would enable initial Planning Commission public hearings on or after June 20, 2001. DISCUSSION: The focus of General Plan Update and DEIR involves 12 "Land Use Study Areas" which would be clarified or classified differently than shown on the 1990 adopted General Plan or the Envicom Corporation Draft Land Use Policy Map dated March 20, 2000. Comparison of these maps and existing conditions reveal that these 12 change or clarification areas contain most of the potential for additional development and cumulative growth issues and alternatives that the General Plan Update and EIR must address. Alteration to land use designations or refinements to uses and property development sta':ldards, inherent in the policy report, are NOT the type of change or clarification discussed. The alternatives for the 12 Land Use Study Areas are briefly discussed in this Distribution Draft. At the April 24 Council Meeting, staff will present four color maps which graphically show: 1 ) The adopted 1990 General Plan Land Use map; 2) The 2000 Draft Land Use Policy map proposed by Envicom; 3) The 2001 Draft Urban Land Use Element map recommendations of Strong Planning Services presented to the LRPC; and, 2001 General Plan Update April 24, 2001 Page 2 4) The 2001 Distribution Draft recommendations of the LRPC, for public review and comment. The changes or clarifications proposed by these maps within the 12 Land Use Study Areas will be the focus of further General Plan Update and EIR public hearings: 1.) Oak Park Acres at James Way This area is part of Oak Park Acres PD shown as Planned Development/Specific Plan on the 1990 General Plan and zoned PD1.1. The original 1976 PD designated this 5.7 -acre subarea for Neighborhood Commercial, but subsequently it was developed with a large church and related school. The 2001 General Plan Update proposes that the property be shown as CF Community Facility rather than Community Commercial as shown on the 2000 draft map. Existing churches and lodges will be distinguished by specific symbols on the LUE Update maps and proposed as conditionally permitted uses in all zones, including PF or CF. Alternatives include: a. Create a PD classification similar to the 1990 plan; b. Create a CC classification similar to Envicom's 2000 draft; c. Utilize the CF classification reflecting existing institutional uses; d. Consider Mixed-Use classification enabling commercial, residential and institutional development in addition to that existing; and, e. Consider Office or Residential classification to encourage these alternative uses. The recommendation by the consultant for alternative 'c', to classify the property CF, Community Facility was supported by the LRPC. 2.) Rancho Grande - Noyes Road This remaining undeveloped 53-acre property is part of the Rancho Grande PD shown as Planned Development/Specific Plan on the 1990 General Plan. It is zoned PD1.2 and shown on the Rancho Grande Conceptual Master Plan as two parcels that are part of "unplanned PD areas". The EIR indicated 5 units on each parcel but the PD allows 1 unit per parcel unless rezoned. The Envicom draft map indicated Open Space and Low Density Single Family for the undeveloped area, but other single-family densities and open space configurations may be appropriate. Adjoining lots to the south in the City are generally 1-acre, while County areas to the west and north are Residential Suburban also allowing 1-acre lots. Portions of this area are considered environmentally sensitive due to steep slopes, rare vegetation, wetland or riparian habitat, Oak woodland, and/or other impact issues such as fire safety, access, traffic, noise, visual, archeology and service provision. Project specific EIR would be required for any substantial planned development (more than one house per parcel). 2001 General Plan Update April 24, 2001 Page 3 The range of alternatives presented to the LRPC included: a. Create a PD classification similar to the 1990 plan; b. Classify as Conservation/Open Space and enable one house on each existing parcel or allow consideration of 1 du/5 ac. or 10 ac., implying 5 to 10 houses with PD approval; c. Classify as SFR-VLD-PD to enable consideration of a very low-density, single-family residential planned development not to exceed 1 du/2.5 acres, enabling up to 21 units; d. Classify as SFR-LD-PD to enable consideration of a low density single family residential planned development not to exceed 1 du/1.5 acres enabling up to 35 units, or 1 du/ac. enabling up to 53 units; and, e. Classify as SFR-MLD-PD and C/OS to enable consideration of a medium low-density single-family residential planned development on the most developable portions of the site, requiring Conservation Open Space on the bulk of the slopes, drainage and vegetated areas. This might enable 53 units or more, depending on the proportion of property classified C/OS versus SFR. The recommendation by the consultant was essentially for alternative cd': SFR-LD-PD Single Family Residential-Low Density Hillside Planned Development and Conservation/Open Space combining designations to retain natural slopes, drainage and vegetation over the majority of both parcels. If current Development Code and zoning were applied, the recommendation would be RH, Residential Hillside and PD, Planned Development allowing maximum of 1 du per 1.5 acres and encouraging cluster residential and open space, which would enable up to 35 units. The LRPC recommended alternative 'b', to classify the two parcels as C/OS, Conservation/Open Space, allowing 1 home per parcel. LUE text would clarify that a project specific EIR would be required for future General Plan Amendment and rezoning to enable consideration of possible residential Planned Development. 3.) Rancho Grande - La Canada This unsubdivided 26.6-acre, vegetated canyon and ridge adjoining single family subdivision to the northwest and southeast is part of the Rancho Grande Planned Development on the 1990 General Plan, zoned PD1.2. The Rancho Grande Conceptual Master Plan implied a 40-unit cluster residential subdivision for a central portion of this parcel with the perimeter shown as open space. The Envicom draft map showed this parcel as Open Space/Restricted, normally applied to public owned property or involving open space easement or similar land use restriction. There is a proposed Tentative Tract Map 1998, which would be affected by this General Plan Update. 2001 General Plan Update April 24, 2001 Page 4 Portions of this area are considered environmentally sensitive due to steep slopes, rare vegetation, wetland or riparian habitat, Oak woodland, and/or other impact issues such as fire safety, access, traffic, noise, visual, archeology and service provision. Project specific EIR would be required for any substantial planned development (more than one house per parcel). Alternatives presented to the LRPC included: a. Create a PD classification similar to the 1990 plan allowing one house per existing parcel unless a PD amendment is approved; b. Classify as Conservation/Open Space-PD and allow 1 du per parcel, 1 du/10 ac. or 1 du/5 ac. enabling 1 to 5 units subject to planned development approval; c. Classify as SFR-VLD-PD at 1 du/2.5 ac. for approximately 10 units subject to planned development approval; d. Classify as SFR-LD-PD at 1 du/1.5 ac. or 1 du/ac. enabling consideration of a planned development of 17 or 26 units, depending on PD and subdivision approval; and, e. Classify as SFR-MLD-PD and C/OS enabling consideration of a medium low density single family residential planned development on a portion of the ridge preserving the canyons and vegetated areas as Conservation/Open Space. This might enable up to 33 units at 2.5 du/ac. if half of the parcel were determined developable and the other half preserved as open space. The consultant recommended alternative 'd', SFR-LD-PD, Single Family, Low Density, Residential Hillside planned development with the bulk of the property shown as C/OS to preserve natural slopes, drainage and vegetation. If current Development Code and zoning were applied, the recommendation would be RH, Residential Hillside and PD, Planned Development allowing maximum of 1 du per 1.5 acres and encouraging cluster residential and open space probably reducing the original concept of 40 units to approximately 17 maximum, still subject to PD zoning amendment as well as subdivision approval by the City. A project EIR would be required for PD planned development. The LRPC preferred and recommended alternative 'b' to classify the property as C/OS-PD, Conservation/Open Space, Planned Development allowing 1 du per 5 acres which might enable up to 5 units subject to PD approval. A project EIR would be required for PD planned development and General Plan Amendment would be required for more than 5 units. 4.) Royal Oaks Estates This vegetated hillside and creek canyon parallel to and west of Rodeo Drive was designated "Estate" residential as part of the Royal Oaks Estates Planned Development on the adopted 2001 General Plan Update April 24, 2001 Page 5 1990 General Plan. The area was subdivided into 4 large parcels ranging from 5 to 15 acres in size, each allowing 1 house unless converted to institutional uses such as church as occurred at the north and south end, adjoining Rodeo Drive. The Envicom draft map indicated both church parcels and the two estate lots as "Open Space", but only the oak grove on the steep hillside to the east is protected by tree preservation easement. Alternatives presented to the LRPC included: a. Create a PD classification similar to the 1990 General Plan and allow one house per existing parcel unless a PD amendment is approved; b. Classify as C/OS-PD and allow 1 house per parcel or 1 du/5 ac enabling 3 or more units depending on whether the tree preservation agreement area is included in the PD; c. Classify as C/OS and SFR-VLD-PD or 1 du/2.5 ac. enabling 2 or 3 units per parcel, exclusive of the oak grove for a total of 6 to 8 homes subject to PD approval; and, d. Classify as SFR-LD-PD and C/OS at 1du/1.5 ac. or 1 du/ac. enabling consideration of subdivision to approximately 20 homesites on the three parcels exclusive of the oak grove. The consultant recommended alternative 'd' which proposed Community Facility classification on the church lot while the 3 residential lots would be designated Single Family Residential Low Density, all remaining in the Planned Development combining district. The vegetated hillside and creek area subject to tree preservation easement agreement would be shown as Conservation/Open Space. If current Development Code and zoning were applied, the consultant would recommend RH, Residential Hillside and PD, Planned Development allowing maximum of 1 du per 1.5 acres and encouraging cluster residential and open space enabling a maximum potential of about 20 homes on the three parcels. Portions of this area are considered environmentally sensitive due to steep slopes, rare vegetation, wetland or riparian habitat, Oak woodland, and/or other impact issues such as fire safety, access, traffic, noise, visual, archeology and service provision. Project specific EIR would be required for any substantial planned development (more than one house per parcel). The LRPC recommended alternative 'b', C/OS-PD, Conservation/Open Space-Planned Development allowing 1 du per parcel. A project EIR could be required for possible institutional uses if proposed by PD amendment. 5.) Printz, Noyes and Oak Park Roa(j Northern Sphere of Influence North of the City limits, the adopted County plan includes a large portion of the Residential Suburban "Arroyo Grande Fringe Area" as within the City's Sphere or Influence, implying 2001 General Plan Update April 24, 2001 Page 6 potential annexation. Most of the properties along Printz, Noyes and Oak Park Roads and numerous local streets and private driveways branching from these three County roads have been fragmented into parcels ranging from 1 to 5 acres, making future conversion to urban residential improbable. Water, sewer, roads, drainage systems, fire and police services associated with annexation and urban use would be very expensive and require areawide improvements unlikely with hundreds of partially developed Residential Suburban fragmented parcels. The 2000 draft land use map proposed this Sphere of Influence as within the Urban Reserve Limit but classified Estate or Very Low Density Single Family Residential. Alternatives presented to the LRPC included: a. If not annexed, the County area could remain RS, allowing 1 ac. lots, unless slopes exceed 16 or 30% requiring 2 or 3 acre lots; b. If the County concurs with service constraints and environmental concerns noted by the City, the minimum lot size could be increased to 1 du/2.5 ac. similar to RS areas southeast of Arroyo Grande, by County LUE amendment of Planning Area Standards; Alternatively, the properties could be considered for annexation and classified as SFR-VLD allowing 1 du/2.5 ac. in the City; c. If the City, owners and LAFCO agree to annexation and classification for SFR-LD development, the City could enable continued subdivision to 1 du/1.5ac. or 1 du/ac.; and, d. More urban density single-family lots or planned developments could be considered subject to annexation but would require extensive infrastructure improvements such as water, sewer, drainage, streets, fire, police and park facilities. This type of potential appears feasible on only the few parcels fronting on Highway 227, subject to annexation. The consultant recommended that the 2001 General Plan Update exclude this area except the small portion fronting on Highway 227 which would remain within the URL & SOl to enable possible annexation, subject to SFR-LD-PD, Single-Family Residential, Low Density, Planned Development. Other Residential Suburban County zoned properties in the Arroyo Grande Fringe Area to the north and southeast would be recommended for an increased minimum parcel size of 2% acres rather than 1 acre as currently allowed. This new Planning Area Standard would require County LUE amendment to implement but is more consistent with water, drainage, grading, fire, police and traffic constraints apparent in the Fringe Area. The LRPC concurred with the consultant's recommendations to exclude this area from the City SOl and URL except adjoining Highway 227 where SFR-LD-PD would be considered subject to annexation. They also supported the increased minimum Planning Area Standard for County LUE Residential Suburban to 1 du/2.5 ac., rather than 1 to 3 acre parcels. 2001 General Plan Update April 24, 2001 Page 7 6.) Camino Mercado Only two undeveloped lots remain on the north side of Camino Mercado adjoining Open Space and Single Family Residential as well as cemetery, office, motel and Five Cities Center Regional Commercial uses. The 1990 General Plan indicates these parcels as part of the Oak Park Acres PD, designated for convalescent hospital, club and office uses by the approved PD1.1 zoning. The 2000 draft map showed Regional Commercial for the entire Camino Mercado area, including the cemetery, motel and office complex and undeveloped parcels. Alternatives presented to the LRPC included: a. Create a PD classification similar to the 1990 plan and allow office, institutional and/or residential uses, subject to PD approval; b. Classify as CF and/or 0 and allow Community Facilities and/or Office; c. Classify as SFR or MFR and encourage single family residential subdivision, planned developments or multiple family development. Density could range from SFR-LD having 1 du/1.5 ac. or 1 du/ac to MFR-MH or HD enabling 9 du/ac or 14 du/ac.; d. Classify as MU-PD, Mixed Use Planned Development enabling consideration of commercial, office, institutional and/or residential planned developments; and, e. Classify as RC, enabling Regional Commercial uses between the nearby Five Cities (Walmart) and Oak Park (K-Mart) Shopping Centers. The consultant recommended and the LRPC concurred that the 2001 General Plan Update propose Mixed-Use/Planned Development as a more appropriate designation enabling residential, office or other MU-PD proposals rather than Commercial. The cemetery would be classified as Community Facility. 7.) Village Mixed-Use Boundaries and Uses The 1990 adopted General Plan has a Village Commercial specific boundary defined on the land use map which includes several PF, SR and 0 zones, but excludes adjoining Residential and General Commercial areas to the west, north, east and south. The 2000 draft map expanded the Village Center classification to include these internal and adjoining areas; but the enlarged boundaries and allowed uses may create numerous non-conforming developments unless clarified. For example, two automobile sales agencies and at least 3 service stations exist on Traffic Way and East Branch/Grand Avenue entrances to the Village. If classified VC, these would be legally non-conforming and constrained from expansion or replacement if destroyed or discontinued. 2001 General Plan Update April 24, 2001 Page 8 Existing Single Family Residential development adjoining the Village Center to the west, north and east are not logical candidates for Mixed-Use expansion, particularly commercial uses of the type encouraged in the Village. Finally, the 2000 map indicated single family residential and Village Center land use on a 12- acre remaining 1990 Agriculture designated property south of Cherry east of Traffic Way and a 5-acre adjoining hillside property. The 12-acre Dorfman property is prime capability soils currently cultivated and irrigated for field crops despite residential and commercial environs. Two acres are considered committed to commercial use and would be an exception to Ag preservation policies. The 5-acre Hayes property contains an existing house accessed off Heubner Lane, the water tank maintenance road traversing a steep wooded hillside off Branch Mill Road. The vegetated, steep slopes are considered environmentally sensitive for reasons explained above for larger areas. Each of these expansion areas should be separately considered and classified differently because each is already developed differently: a. Single family residential areas to the west, north, east and southeast of E. Branch commercial and civic uses should remain classified SFR or be reclassified MFR or 0 to enable multiple family or office use within walking distance of the Village; b. Existing Highway Commercial and General Commercial uses, both classified as General Commercial on the 1990 plan could remain separate classifications, be reclassified as Village Center or Mixed Use. Each contains some uses, which may become legally non-conforming, depending on the classifications the City selects and their definition; c. The undeveloped properties southeast of Traffic Way and Cherry Avenue, classified General Commercial and Agriculture on the 1990 plan could remain in these classifications or be considered for various alternatives. The Traffic Way corner alone could be reclassified Mixed Use or Commercial and all or part of the Agriculture parcels reclassified SFR-PD or MFR-PD for single family or multi-family residential planned development; d. Alternatively, the Ag classification could remain or be reclassified MU-PD or SP to enable a mixed use planned development or undefined specific planned use, subject to future City approval of a separate Specific Plan, similar to Arroyo Linda Crossroads/Frederick's properties; and, e. Any or all of these areas can be reclassified Village Center and the classification clarified to enable distinct subareas of residential, office, highway commercial, general commercial, mixed use and historic retail core developments subject to an area plan 2001 General Plan Update April 24, 2001 Page 9 and/or design guideline refinements to be approved by the City subsequent to the General Plan Update. The consultant recommended various refinements to the above 'a, b, & c' alternatives for the following subareas around the Village "Core": a. Single family subdivisions to the west, north, and east of the Village Core were recommended to be classified SFR-MD, Single Family Residential, Medium Density, including a small part of Village Commercial on East Branch to the east recommended as MFR Multi-Family Residential; b. Service stations west of the Village Core and south on Traffic Way frontage (including and south of the auto dealerships) were recommended as Mixed Use rather than Village Center; and, c. Two acres of General Commercial southeast of Traffic Way and Cherry Avenue were also recommended as Mixed Use, and the 10:!:: acre adjoining Agriculture property (Dorfman) was recommended for Single Family Residential, Medium Density Planned Development, SFR-MD-PD. The LRPC essentially concurred with 'a' and 'b' of the consultant's refinements, but recommended alternate 'd' that the Agriculture classification remain on the 10-acre (Dorfman) property southeast of Cherry Avenue rather than SFR-MD-PD. They also recommended the 5-acre adjoining hillside property be reclassified from Ag to C/OS, Conservation/Open Space allowing 1du per 5-acre existing on this property (Hayes). To avoid confusion with the commercial development name, the LRPC suggested "Village Core" or Village Mixed Use instead of "Village Center". 8.) Frederick's and Williams' Properties inside and southeast of City limits and SOl. The 1990 General Plan designates the portions of the Frederick's/ALC properties within the City as Rural Residential and Residential Hillside with the latter requiring Specific Plan and encouraging cluster development, possibly including other uses. The portion of Frederick's property outside the City north of Freeway 101 and EI Campo Road is zoned Agriculture in the County Land Use Element but is within the adopted Sphere of Influence implying potential annexation. The Williams property further southeast is outside the San Luis Bay Planning area, designated Agriculture and outside the adopted Sphere of Influence. The Frederick's properties are pending separate Specific Plan and EIR consideration. The 2000 draft land use map indicated Business Park and Regional Commercial classifications on most of the Frederick's property within a Specific Plan combining designation, except Open Space and Conservation overlay along Branch Mill and Newsom Springs Roads. The Williams' property was excluded from the City's land use plan. 2001 General Plan Update April 24, 2001 Page 10 Alternatives for these three areas discussed by LRPC include: a. The undeveloped City portions, zoned RR and RH, the latter subject to Specific Plan, could be classified as C/OS and SFR-LD-PD to enable single family residential low density planned development and Conservation/Open Space. This would encourage low density residential rather than business park or non-residential planned development at either 1 du/1.5 ac. or 1 du/ac. on the hUlside parcels currently in the City, excluding steep or vegetated areas as Conservation/Open Space; b. The Frederick's/ALC properties within the City could be classified as MU-SP, BP-SP or RC-SP to enable or encourage a Mixed Use, Business Park or Regional Commercial focus, subject to Specific Plan approval; c. The Frederick's/ALC properties could be classified as SP and SP Reserve, the latter involving the portion outside the City limits but in the City's Sphere of Influence, without prescribing a primary land use classification. This enables the most flexibility but provides less direction to the property owner regarding potential development alternatives to be considered in the Specific Plan; d. The portions of Frederick's/ALC properties outside the City could be designated differently than those inside the City such as Conservation/Open Space or Agriculture with or without Specific Plan for undefined urban use potential; and, e. The Williams property further southeast and outside current City Sphere of Influence could be proposed to be added, dependent on coordination or combination with the Frederick's/ALC Reserve. The current County Agriculture classification could be retained or it could be reclassified similar to the Frederick's/ALC Reserve as C/OS, or SP Reserve, subject to Specific Plan approval. The consultant recommended alternative 'c' and that the 2001 General Plan Update draft land use map propose the Frederick's/ALC property be classified Specific Plan and Specific Plan Reserve without underlying land uses prescribed, and did not include the Williams' property within the proposed Urban Reserve Line and SOl. The LRPC concurred with alternative 'c' as recommended by the consultant. They also recommended that the 200-acre Williams family property be classified as SP Reserve, subject to approval of SOl amendment by LAFCO and separate but coordinated Specific Plan consideration by the City, subsequent to (and dependent upon) Frederick's/ALC Specific Plan approval. 9.) Valley Road Agriculture South of Fair Oaks Avenue and Arroyo Grande High School, on both sides of Valley Road, outside the City limits, the County Land Use Element classifies the unsubdivided properties as Agriculture, partially Flood Hazard combining district along Arroyo Grande Creek. Because of prime soils and agriculture use, the area is excluded from the City's Sphere of Influence 2001 General Plan Update April 24, 2001 Page 11 despite being literally surrounded by urban developments within the City limits. The 2000 draft land use map excluded this Agriculture enclave reflecting current City limits. Alternatives discussed by the LRPC include: a. The Agriculture classified areas could be retained as Ag regardless of prime vs. non- prime soils or current use or ownership; b. The High School owned property could be classified CF, Community Facility and private hillside areas between the High School and Mobile Home Park classified SFR- LD-PD to enable consideration of Single-Family Residential, low density, planned development at 1 du/1.5 ac. or 1 du/ac.; c. The properties currently outside the City could remain outside the City's Sphere of Influence and retained as County Agriculture classification; and, d. The County LUE could be amended to enable Residential Suburban development on hillside portions of the area retaining the bulk of Valley Road for Agriculture outside the City's Sphere of Influence implying no potential additional annexation. The consultant recommended alternative 'b' and that the 2001 draft General Plan Update propose that this surrounded Agriculture area be included within the City's Sphere of Influence and designated Agriculture and Conservation/Open Space combining designation implying potential annexation to provide a more logical jurisdictional boundary. The LRPC concurred with alternative 'b' and including the entire area within the City's SOl but recommends that the Agriculture classification remain on the hillside portion of these properties as well as prime soil cultivated and irrigated bottomlands. Thus, the primary reason for the change is to include the Agriculture enclave within the City SOl and encourage annexation for more logical jurisdiction and service provision. 10.) Faffoll Avenue South of Soto Sports Complex, the 1990 General Plan indicates Residential Suburban within a Specific Plan for an unsubdivided ten acre agricultural property adjoining residential Planned Development to the west and Multiple Family subdivisions to the south and east along Farroll Avenue. The 2000 draft land use map designated the undeveloped agricultural property as Multiple Family without the PD or SP combining district. The City has received preliminary proposal from the property owner for a Residential Suburban conventional subdivision of this remaining agricultural property, subject to Specific Plan approval required by the 1990 General Plan enabling 2.5 du/ac.. Alternatives considered by the LRPC included: a. Classify the parcel Ag and allow only one unit; 2001 General Plan Update April 24, 2001 Page 12 b. Classify the property SFR-VLD or LD-PD or SP and enable very low or low density single family residential planned development ranging from 1 du/2.5 ac., 1 du/1.5 ac., 1 du/ac. implying from 4 to 10 lots, subject to PD or Specific Plan approval; c. Classify the parcel SFR-LM or MD enabling single-family residential subdivision at 2.5 du/ac. or 4.5 du/ac. approximately 25 to 45 homes, with or without PD or SP; d. Classify the ten acres as partially CF and part MFR. Community Facilities would imply expansion of Soto Sports Complex park and ponding basins or other recreation or institutional uses. Multiple Family Residential would enable duplex, fourplex or apartment uses at 9 du/ac. or 45+/- units on 5 acres; and, e. Classify as PD or SP without primary land use designation enabling Mixed Use, special housing and/or institutional uses, depending on PD or Specific Plan approval by the City. The consultant recommended alternative 'c', SFR-LM-PD with PD rather than Specific Plan combining designation. The 2001 General Plan land use draft map proposes Single Family Residential-Planned Development to encourage cluster residential Planned Development, including possible expansion of Soto Sports Complex or public park and ponding basin potential. Rather than conventional subdivision into 25 large lots, the proposed 2001 LUE would encourage an equal or greater number of smaller Single Family Residential lots on a portion of the property with the remainder devoted to expansion of park and recreation/sports complex and ponding basin facilities. Alternative multiple-family zoning could be considered for part of the acreage if half or more were dedicated to the City for Community Facility expansion. The LRPC concurred with alternative 'c' and recommended SFR-LM-PD classification allowing 2.5 du/ac. or Planned Development including institutional or Community Facility uses. 11.) East Grand A venue Mixed Use Corridor Boundaries The 1990 General Plan land use map classifies most of East Grand Avenue west of Freeway 101 as General Commercial adjoining residential areas to the north and south. A small portion of the GC zoned area is shown within a Specific Plan area now known as Berry Gardens. The 2000 draft land use map initiated consideration of a new Mixed Use Corridor classification along East Grand Avenue with a Specific Plan combining designations for the Mixed Use area west of Juniper. A large Specific Plan overlay was also shown for the residential and commercial zoned triangle south of 101, east of Halcyon and including East Grand Avenue frontage. The boundaries and abutting land uses of the Mixed Use corridor require clarification or changes to better reflect existing or proposed land use refinements currently being considered 2001 General Plan Update April 24, 2001 Page 13 by the City, with or without Specific Plan combining designations. Alternatives and subareas considered by the LRPC included: a. Single Family Residential developed subdivisions not fronting on Grand Avenue can be excluded from the MU, Mixed Use classification and retained as SFR; b. The large Specific Plan combining designation overlays at the Gateway and Highway ends of the Grand Avenue Mixed Use corridor could be considered as individual PD, planned developments, rather than a prerequisite Specific Plan; c. The Grand Avenue corridor could distinguish between Gateway, Midway and Highway segments by different commercial or office classification, with or without enabling residential uses; and, d. The entire Mixed Use corridor could be proposed as one or more Specific Plan areas, subject to City approval of unspecified private proposals, but requiring many adjoining owners to coordinate and prepare a cooperative plan prior to substantial development. Alternatively, Mixed Use could be proposed on individual parcels without any prerequisite Specific Plan. The consultant recommended 'a' and 'c', the latter without requiring PD or SP and including institutional and residential uses as well as commercial and office uses within the Mixed Use subareas. The Single Family Residential developments north and south of the Mixed Use corridor would generally remain SFR-MD rather than MFR as suggested by Envicom or MU. The LRPC concurred with these recommendations to the Council: the 2001 General Plan Update draft map shows several changes to the boundaries and designations to indicate the three subareas known as Gateway, Midway and Highway segments of the Mixed Use corridor and better reflect and accommodate existing land uses along the northern and southern edges of this corridor. 12. EI Camino Real The frontage of EI Camino Real along the south side of Freeway 101 is designated with six different land use classifications on the 1990 General Plan land use map. Between Oak Park Road and Brisco Road, the frontage is classified General Commercial, Office, Multiple Family, Single Family and Industrial. From Brisco Road to Grand Avenue, the frontage of EI Camino Real is Public Facility for the cemetery and General Commercial east of Halcyon Road to Grand Avenue. The 2000 draft land use map showed most of this corridor as Regional Commercial, but segments were also classified Single and Multi-Family, Community Facility and Mixed Use with Specific Plan combining designation. Alternatives considered by the LRPC included the following for various subareas: a. Existing Office, residential, Community Facility (cemetery), commercial and industrial areas could be classified accordingly as 0, SFR, MFR, CF, and RC and/or an 2001 General Plan Update April 24, 2001 Page 14 Industrial or different service commercial classification created similar to those used in the 1990 plan; b. The entire frontage, excluding the cemetery which would be classified CF, could be designated MU to enable Mixed Use including existing and potential residential or precluding new residential; c. The Industrial area could be considered for Regional Commercial with or without Specific Plan or Planned Development combining designation, subject to circulation improvements as part of Brisco and Halcyon Road/Freeway 101 interchange; and, d. The Industrial area could be classified as a Specific Plan area without prescribing land use but requiring coordination or cooperation from numerous owners prior to further development. The consultant recommended alternative 'b' for Mixed Use including new Residential as well as Business Park and Highway Commercial potential as well as existing Industrial and General Commercial uses. The other smaller parcels along EI Camino Real frontage with existing office and residential uses and zoning are also appropriate for Mixed Use Corridor development dependent on future circulation improvements proposed as part of Brisco and Halcyon interchange modifications. The necessity of a Specific Plan or Planned Development on these relatively small parcels is questionable and could effectively discourage more appropriate Mixed Use proposals on individual ownership. The City could instead control specific Mixed Use by Conditional Use Permit, a simpler process than PD or SP. The LRPC concurred with these recommendations to the Council. In summary, these twelve clarification/change areas shown on the attached Land Use Study Areas map constitute the focus of proposed 2001 General Plan Update to the 1990 General Plan. This does not preclude other relatively minor clarifications or changes which are inherent in policy interpretation by the LRPC, Planning Commission and City Council during public hearings on the Update and EIR. In addition to Land Use Element map, the 2001 General Plan Update will include Circulation, Housing, Noise, Safety, Economic Development, Parks and Recreation and Agricultural, Conservation and Open Space Element policies and proposals. Most of these elements are graphically included on the Urban Land Use Element map but some changes involve other maps as well as described below: Circulation Element: The separate street network map will include pedestrian/bike and equestrian trail system, with truck, transit, bike and scenic routes indicated by overlay. Study areas for freeway interchange and key intersection or segment improvements being considered or proposed will also be shown. These include EI Campo-Traffic Way and Brisco- Halcyon-Grand interchange PSRs. Highway 227 alternatives ranging from relinquishment to "relief' route/study areas and/or possible future collector routes southeast of the Village and High School are also shown on the 2001 Circulation Element map. 2001 General Plan Update April 24, 2001 Page 15 Housing Element: This required element will utilize the only adopted policies of the 1990 General Plan until 2000 census details are available and analyzed for subsequent program amendments to the 2001 Update. The Urban Land Use Element contains many new opportunities for a variety of special needs and affordable housing as part of proposed Mixed Use and Village areas as well as broad diversity of Single Family and Multiple Family Residential classifications. No separate map will be part of this element. Parks and Recreation Element: The existing parks and recreation facilities are part of the Urban Land Use Element map and will also be detailed on this separate element map, not yet drafted. The path/trail and bike routes from the Circulation Element will also be shown or included by reference. The alternatives of additional recreation and park "Community Facilities" adjoining the Woman's Club and South County Regional Center, and possible expansion of Park/Sports Complex and related recreation improvements between Ash and Farro" Avenues west of Elm will also be discussed. [The map will not show Community Facilities or Park and Recreation on the unsubdivided Residential Suburban Planned Development property (see item #10 above) due to implied taking, if not acquired by the public]. Sports complex expansion will also be discussed for the unsubdivided High School property south of Arroyo Grande High School, for multi-purpose play fields, as part of Community Facility development. Noise Element: No map changes or proposals (other than concern regarding residential mixed-uses adjoining Freeway or arterial street traffic noise sources) are at issue. Safety Element: Police, Fire and City administrative office building safety and location within the Arroyo Grande Creek/Lopez dam failure inundation/flooding hazard areas are among the reasons the Update will encourage future civic center on West Branch adjoining South County Regional Center and Woman's Club. The Community Facility designation would accommodate these future public buildings and/or public park and recreation alternatives discussed above. The Village Core will also enable Community Facilities, if the City decides to retain the fire station and City Hall where currently located or elsewhere within the Village. Economic Development Element: This new optional element reflecting economic development strategy for job creation and business retention is primarily a policy document. The Urban Land Use Element Map integrates many opportunities for Mixed Use, Office, Commercial and Community Facilities areas integrating employment retention and expansion. Agriculture and home occupations are also implied in Urban and Non-Urban areas. No separate map is proposed for this element. Agriculture. Open Space and Conservation Elements: These elements, policies, and proposals are generally integrated into the Urban Land Use Element (LUE) map. No map changes to County LUE will be proposed, but some changes to unincorporated County LUE in the remainder of the planning area (Area of Environmental Concern) by recommended 2001 General Plan Update April 24, 2001 Page 16 Planning Area Standards for the Arroyo Grande Fringe Areas north and southeast of the Urban area will be proposed (see item #5 above). AL TERNA TIVES: The following alternatives are provided for the Council's consideration: - Approve staff's recommendations; - Do not approve staff's recommendations; - Modify as appropriate and approve staff's recommendation; or - Provide direction to staff. Attachments: Urban Land Use Element Map Land Use Study Areas Map ~ \ i ~ ! \ ~, .. ~ ~ it \ \ , ~ ~ ~ \II \ i \ ~ , \ 1 J i i ~ - \'I ~! '. ~ 1.1 (~, ~. ! , t i ~ \ t). '\ i Ii \1' ~ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ H \ H \ \ \ \ \ \\ \ \ \ \ \ I \\ \ ii' '1 ,.. III'" iDOl. il.' '....Iffiffi lffiillill ,,' '^ ",- ....,... , " ;' '. .( _ii'. ", '...., ~~i...'.... " j'. It~ ~ .: ...' iii..... ./ ~i'.' !S; y ! ~ " " ,;'" \&I ~ ......~ ~a~~ z~i~ ~Zid~ ~3 Q a~~i >- ....:) e ilQ& DC III :it u. It, ~ OC(zC" It ~ I&, III'" ~ Ii c..., \ \ a~Z1 '1 ~ ...~'" , . - t,clll.\l .\ i n~!t i \ \ , \ \ ~ \ \ \ .~\ 1~ :1 \ \ ! \ i .. hi ...~..... ". i" ~ ~ \ '6 1 ..... hi.... 11 \\\\t "i'lil . tit t!) ifummm .~~ ~ i\\\ ~ @ .. t . ~ ;I \ \t ~ l~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ '; " 0 \ "'"' ~ 0 0 ~ \II~ ~ QQfft~ z~~t ~ Ie~ !o(Y! ~ Q OLt\ >..a:a= \, a~...% lefft U a ~~'& i ~ 'j 'S,&:a I ~ , . ., 't:. .. Q .\! QZ :a -Q~~ ii.a. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: KERRY McCANTS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR BY: ~.~. KELLY HEFFERNON ASSOCIATE PLANNER SUBJECT: SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY (lWMA) MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT REGARDING MEMBERSHIP ON THE IWMA BOARD DATE: APRIL 24, 2001 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended the City Council approve and authorize the Mayor to execute the Memorandum of Agreement, FUNDING: No fiscal impact. DISCUSSION: SB 2202, which was signed by the Governor last year, allows solid waste regional agencies to add a special district representative to its board. A fter enactment of SB 2202, the San Luis Obispo County Integrated Waste Management Authority (lWMA) formed a subcommittee (Harry Ovitt, Shirley Bianchi and Tony Ferrara) on Special District membership. That subcommittee met several times and developed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to allow the addition of a Special District representative to the IWMA Board. The current IWMA Board Members are San Luis Obispo County and all cities within the County except for the City of Paso Robles. The Special District representative will increase the number of Board Members from 11 to 12. The addition of the Special District representative will allow input from special districts as regional programs are being developed and implemented. For the MOA to be effective, all IWMA Board Members must execute it and at least three special districts with solid waste authority must also execute it. City Council April 24, 2001 IWMA Memorandum of Agreement Page 2 of 2 The complete text of the MOA is included as Attachment 1. The MOA key points are as follows: 1. Purpose, Add one special district representative to the IWMA Board. 2, Membership. A. Any special district which provides solid waste services may join. B, The special districts which have signed the MOA appoint one regular and one alternate representative. C. The appointed representative and alternate shall be elected members. 3. Existing Joint Powers Agreement. Districts are bound by the terms and conditions of the existing IWMA Joint Powers Agreement. 4. Withdrawal and Dissolution. Any District may withdraw with 30 days notice. 5, Effective Date. All current IWMA members must execute the MOA and at least three districts must execute it. The purpose of adding a special district representative to the IWMA Board is to include representation of the interests of all special districts within San Luis Obispo County who provide their residents with the collection and disposal of solid waste. The benefit is more comprehensive representation on the IWMA Board. Attachments: 1. IWMA Memorandum of Agreement , A TT ACHMENT 1 MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT BETWEE}f THE MEMBER JURISDICTIONS OF THE SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY (COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO AND THE CITIES OF ARROYO GRANDE, ATASCADERO, GROVER BEACH, MORRO BAY, PISMO BEACH, AND SAN LUIS OBISPO) AND THE HERITAGE RANCH COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, SAN MIGUEL COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, NIPOMO COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, SAN MIGUEL SANITARY DISTRICT, CALIFORNIA'. VALLEY COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, CAMBRIA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, CAYUCOS SANITARY DISTRICT, OCEANO COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, LOS OSOS COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, AND TEMPLETON COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT REGARDING MEMBERSlllP ON THE SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY THIS MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT (hereinafter referred to as the "MOA") is executed on the date below stated by and between the member jurisdictions of the San Luis Obispo County Integrated Waste Management Authority (hereinafter referred to as the "IWMA") and the Heritage Ranch Community Services District, San Miguel Community Services District, Nipomo Community Services District, San Miguel Sanitary District, California Valley Community Services District, Cambria Community Services District, Cayucos Sanitary District, Oceano Community Services District, Los Osos Community Services District, arid Templeton Community Services District (hereinafter referred to as the "Districts"). RECITALS WHEREAS, the member jurisdictions of the IWMA entered into a joint powers agreement on May 10, 1994, to achieve the mandates of the California Integrated Waste Management Act of 1989, to plan for, suggest, and implement solutions to common solid waste problems, to assist with programs by utilizing the professional talents of the various governmental entities in the County and of experts in various other fields and to coordinate their efforts; and WHEREAS, the IWMA member jurisdictions established a regional agency in accordance with Public Resources Code section 40973; and WHEREAS, pursuant to the Joint Powers Agreement referenced above and Public Resources C~de section 40973, the IWMA. member jurisdictions have ag.reed that said regional agency, and not the individual IWMA member jurisdictions, shall be responsible for compliance with the waste diversion requirements set forth in Public Resources Code section 41780, et seq.; and WHEREAS, Public Resources Code section 40977 authorizes a regional agency to allow one district to be included as a member of the regional agency; and WHEREAS, the IWMA member jurisdictions are desirous of including a special district representative on the IWMA Board of Directors pursuant to Public Resources Code section 40999 to represent the interests of all special districts within San Luis Obispo County who provide their residents with the collection and disposal of solid waste under State law; and WHEREAS, the special districts possessing responsibility for solid waste management are obligated by law to comply with the source reduction and recycling element and household hazardous waste element adopted by the County of San Luis Obispo; and WHEREAS, the special districts within San Luis Obispo County are desirous of joining the IWMA and selecting from among themselves a representative member to sit on the IWMA Board of Directors. NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS AGREED AS FOLLOWS: 1. Purpose. This MOA is entered into for the purpose of providing representation on the IWMA Board of Directors for districts within San Luis Obispo County who posse~s the authority to manage solid waste within their jurisdictions. It is the intent of the parties that the -2- representative sitting on the IWMA Board on behalf of the various districts shall have all of the rights and powers granted to an IWMA member under the JP A. 2. Membership. Membership of a special district on the IWMA Board of Directors shall be provided for as follows: A. Membership on the IWMA Board QfDirectors shall be available to any Independent Special District within the San Luis Obispo County which currently provides solid waste collection and disposal services and has executed this MOA (hereinafter referred to as "Authorized Districts"). B. Authorized Districts in accordance with procedures to be established by said Districts shall appoint one regular member and one alternate member to represent Authorized Districts on the IWMA Board of Directors. Said selected representatives shall represent the collective interests of all Authorized Districts on the IWMA Board of Directors. The selected representatives shall serve subject to such terms and conditions as may be established at the sole discretion of the Authorized Districts. C. The representative so appointed shall be an elected Authorized District officer residing within the County but shall not be a member of a legislative body of a city or county. The appointed representatives shall attend the meetings ofIWMA Board of Directors. The representative and alternate shall serve so long as they hold an elected office with their member agency, or until they resign or are removed by a majority vote of the Authorized Districts. Vacancies shall be filled in the same manner as the initial. appointments. D. The alternate shall be entitled to vote on IWMA matters only in the absence of the representative. E. Designation of the representative and the alternate serving on behalf of Authorized Districts, as well as changes thereto, shall be transmitted in writing to the manager of the Authority. In addition, to any district presently a party to this MOA, any other district that provides solid waste collection or disposal services which may desire to participate in the activities of the Authority may do so by executing this MOA and, thereafter, shall be governed by all the terms and provisions of this MOA as of the date of execution. -3- 3. Existing Joint Powers Agreement. By executing this MOA, the undersigned districts each agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of the Joint Powers Agreement dated May 10, 1994, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated by reference as Exhibit A. 4. Withdrawal and Disso.lution. Any district which is ~ party to this MOA may with~raw trom the MOA, with thirty (30) days written notice, and may terminate its participation in this MOA by resolution of its governing board. The withdrawal of the member shall have no effect on the continuance of this MOA by and between the remaining members, and the MOA shall remain in full force and effect with respect to the remaining members. No withdrawal shall become effective until thirty (30) days after receipt of written notice by the Authority. The MOA may be terminated by a joint agreement executed by the IWMA member jurisdictions and the districts which are a party hereto. 5. Notices. All notices which any IWMA member, district or the authority may wish to give in connection with this MOA shall be in writing and shall be served by personal delivery during usual business hours at the principal office of the IWMA member, district or authority, to an officer or person apparently in charge of that office, or by depositing the same in the United States mail, postage prepaid,. and addressed to the IWMA member, district, or authority at its principal office, or to such other address as the IWMA member, district or authority may designate trom time to time by written notice given in the manner specified in this section. Service of notice pursuant to this section shall be deemed complete on the date of service by personal delivery, or two days thereafter by mailing if deposited in the United States mail. 6. Severability. Should any part, term or provision of this MOA be decided by a final judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction to be illegal or in conflict with any law of the State -4- of California, or otherwise be unenforceable or ineffectual, the validity of its remaining parts) terms and provisions shall not be affected. 7. Effective Date. This MOA shall take effect upon its execution by the Chair or Mayor. and Clerks of the governing, bodies of all current IWMA Ipembers and at least three cOIJl111unity service districts or sanitation districts that provide solid waste handling services or implement source reduction and recycling programs) pursuant to resolutions of $uch governing bodies authorizing such execution and shall remain in full force and effect until dissolved pursuant to the provisions herein. This MOA may be executed in counterparts which together shall constitute a single agreement. 8. Amendment ofJPA. Execution of this MOA by all of the member jurisdictions of the . JP A shall constitute an amendment of the JP A with regard to inclusion of special districts for representation on the IWMA. All other terms and conditions of the JP A shall remain in full force and effect. IN WI1NESS WHEREOF) the parties hereto have executed this MOA as of the date and year hereinabove written. CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE By: Date: Mayor Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: City Attorney Dated: -5- CITY OF ATASCADERO By: Date: Mayor Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: City Attorney Dated: CITY OF GROVER BEACH By: Date: Mayor Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: City Attorney Dated: -6- CITY OF MORRO BAY By: Date: Mayor Resolution No. . Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: City Attorney Dated: CITY OF PISMO BEACH By: Date: Mayor Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: City Attorney Dated: -7- CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO By: Date: Mayor Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: City Attorney Dated: COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO By: Date: Chairperson Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Deputy County Counsel Dated; -8- HERITAGE RANCH COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT By: Date: Chair Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: - SAN MIGUEL COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT By: Date: Chair Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: -9- NIPOMO COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT By: Date: Chair Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: . SAN :MIGUEL SANITARY DISTRICT . By: Date: Chair Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: -10- CALIFORNIA V ALLEY COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT By: Date: Chair Re!;olution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: CAMBRIA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT By: Date: Chair Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: -11- CAYUCOS SANITARY DISTRICT By: Date: Chair Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: OCEANO COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT By: Date: Chair Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: -12- TEMPLETON COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT By: Pate: Chair Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: LOS OSOS COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT By: Date: Chair Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: 7423ktagr.wpd PIWMA -13- San Luis Obispo County Integrated Waste Management Authority :.................................................................................... . IWMA BOARD MEMBERS : March 16,2001 . George Luna - Presidel\t. City of Atascadero Kelly Heffernon R. Dennis Delzeit City of Arroyo Grande City of Pismo Beach Shirley Bianchi - Vice President. . 214 East Branch 760 Mattie Road San Luis Obispo County : P. O. Box 550 Pismo Beach, CA 93449-2056 Tony Ferrara. Arroyo Grande, CA 93421-0550 City of Arroyo Grande Ron Munds Valerie Humphrey City of San Luis Obispo - Utilities Richard Neufeld. City of Atascadero 879 Morro Street City of Grover Beach 6500 Palma Avenue San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 Atascadero, CA 93422 Dave Elliott. . Mary Whittlesey City of Morro Bay : Mike Ford San Luis Obispo County City of Grover Beach Engineering Joe Crescione. Post Office Box 365 County Government Center, #207 City of Pismo Beach 154 South 8th San Luis Obispo, CA 93408 Grover Beach, CA 93433 John Ewan. City of San Luis Obispo : Janeen Burlingame City of Morro Bay Katcho Achadjian. . 595 Harbor Street San Luis Obispo County : Morro Bay, CA 93442 Harry Ovitt. : Subject: Memorandum of Agreement San Luis Obispo County : Mike Ryan. : At the March 14,2001 Integrated Waste Management Authority (IWMA) San Luis Obispo County : meeting the IWMA Board unanimously accepted a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) which would allow a representative from Special Peg Pinard. : Districts to sit as a member of the IWMA. For the MOA to be effective all San Luis Obispo County : the current Member Jurisdictions must execute MOA. Please present the attached MOA to your City Council for consideration. Bill Worrell. Manager : I have enclosed a floppy disk with a draft staff report for your use. Please Carolyn Goodrich. Secretary : call me if I can be of additional assistance or if you would like me to Raymond A. Biering. Counsel : attend your City Council meeting. 870 Osos Street . Sincerely, San Luis Obispo. CA 93401 : RECEIVED ~ 805/782-8530 : FAX 805/782-8529 : William . Worrell, P.E. MAR 1 9 2001 E-mail: iwma@iwma.com attachment: Memorandum of Agreement CITY OF AHROYO GRANDE Recycling. Compost a> Haz. : COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPT. Waste Info. 800/400-0811 : Floppy disk School Programs Information : 805/782-8424 <i) Printed on /00% recycled (/00% post.consumer) paper Draft Staff Report Integrated Waste Management Authority Memorandum of Agreement RECOMMENDATION: Approve and execute the Memorandum of Agreement DISCUSSION: SB 2202, which was signed by the Governor last year, allows solid waste regional agencies to add a special district representative to its board. After enactment of SB 2202, the San Luis Obispo County Integrated Waste Management Authority (IWMA) formed a subcommittee (Harry Ovitt, Shirley Bianchi and Tony Ferrara) on Special District membership. That subcommittee met several times and developed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to allow the addition of a Special District representative to the IWMA Board. The current IWMA Board Members are San Luis Obispo County and all cities within the County except for the city of Paso Robles. The Special District representative will increase the number of Board Members from 11 to 12. The addition of the Special District representative will allow input from special districts as regional programs are being developed and implemented. For the MOA to be effective all IWMA Board Members must execute it and at least three special districts with solid waste authority must also execute it. The complete text of the MOA is included as attachment 1. The MOA key points are as follows: 1. Purpose. Add one special district representative to the IWMA Board 2. Membership. A. Any special district which provides solid waste services may join B. The special districts which have signed the MOA appoint one regular and one alternate representative C. The appointed representative and alternative shall be elected members 3. Existing Joint Powers Agreement. Districts are bound by the tenns and conditions ofthe existing IWMA Joint Powers Agreement. 4. Withdrawal and Dissolution. Any District may withdraw with 30 days notice. 5. Effective Date. All current IWMA members must execute the MOA and at least three districts must execute it. FISCAL IMPACT None. MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE MEMBER JURISDICTIONS OF THE SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY (COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO AND THE CITIES OF ARROYO GRANDE, ATASCADERO, GROVER BEACH, MORRO BAY, PISMO BEACH, AND SAN LUIS OBISPO) AND THE HERITAGE RANCH COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, SAN MIGUEL COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, NJPOMO COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, SAN MIGUEL SANITARY DISTRICT, CALIFORNIA VALLEY COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, CAMBRIA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, CAYUCOS SANITARY DISTRICT, OCEANO COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, LOS OSOS COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, AND TEMPLETON COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT REGARDING MEMBERSIllP ON THE SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY INTEGRATED WASTE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY TIllS MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT (hereinafter referred to as the "MOA") is executed on the date below stated by and between the member jurisdictions of the San Luis Obispo County Integrated Waste Management Authority (hereinafter referred to as the "IWMA") and the Heritage Ranch Community Services District, San Miguel Community Services District, Nipomo Community Services District, San Miguel Sanitary District, California Valley Community Services District, Cambria Community Services District, Cayucos Sanitary District, Oceano Community Services District, Los Osos Community Services District, arid Templeton Community Services District (hereinafter referred to as the "Districts"). RECITALS WHEREAS, the member jurisdictions of the IWMA entered into a joint powers agreement on May 10, 1994, to achieve the mandates ofthe California Integrated Waste Management Act of 1989, to plan for, suggest, and implement solutions to common solid waste problems, to assist with programs by utilizing the professional talents of the various governmental entities in the County and of experts in various other fields and to coordinate their efforts; and WHEREAS, the IWMA member jurisdictions established a regional agency in accordance with Public Resources Code section 40973; and WHEREAS, pursuant to the Joint Powers Agreement referenced above and Public Resources Code section 40973, the IWMA member jurisdictions have agreed that said regional . . . agency, and not the individual IWMA member jurisdictions, shall be responsible for compliance with the waste diversion requirements set forth in Public Resources Code section 41780, et seq.; and WHEREAS, Public Resources Code section 40977 authorizes a regional agency to allow one district to be included as a member of the regional agency; and WHEREAS, the IWMA member jurisdictions are desirous of including a special district representative on the IWMA Board of Directors pursuant to Public Resources Code section 40999 to represent the interests of all special districts within San Luis Obispo County who provide their residents with the collection and disposal of solid waste under State law; and WHEREAS, the special districts possessing responsibility for solid waste management are obligated by law to comply with the source reduction and recycling element and household hazardous waste element adopted by the County of San Luis Obispo; and WHEREAS, the special districts within San Luis Obispo County are desirous of joining the IWMA and selecting ITom among themselves a representative member to sit on the IWMA Board of Directors. NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS AGREED AS FOLLOWS: 1. Purpose. This MOA is entered into for the purpose of providing representation on the IWMA Board of Directors for districts within San Luis Obispo County who posse~s the authority to manage solid waste within their jurisdictions. It is the intent of the parties that the -2- representative sitting on the IWMA Board on behalf of the various districts shall have all of the rights and powers granted to an IWMA member under the JP A. 2. Membership. Membership of a special district on the IWMA Board of Directors shall be provided for as follows: A. Membership on the IWMA Board of Directors shall be available to any Independent Special District within the San Luis Obispo County which currently provides solid waste collection and disposal services and has executed this MOA (hereinafter referred to as "Authorized Districts"). B. Authorized Districts in accordance with procedures to be established by said Districts shall appoint one regular member and one alternate member to represent Authorized Districts on the IWMA Board of Directors. Said selected representatives shall represent the collective interests of all Authorized Districts on the IWMA Board of Directors. The selected representatives shall serve subject to such terms and conditions as may be established at the sole discretion of the Authorized Districts. C. The representative so appointed shall be an elected Authorized District officer residing within the County but shall not be a member of a legislative body of a city or county. The appointed representatives shall attend the meetings ofIWMA Board of Directors. The representative and alternate shall serve so long as they hold an elected office with their member agency, or until they resign or are removed by a majority vote of the Authorized Districts. Vacancies shall be filled in the same manner as the initial. appointments. D. The alternate shall be entitled to vote on IWMA matters only in the absence of the representative. E. Designation of the representative and the alternate serving on behalf of Authorized Districts, as well as changes thereto, shall be transmitted in writing to the manager of the Authority. In addition, to any district presently a party to this MOA, any other district that provides solid waste collection or disposal services which may desire to participate in the activities of the Authority may do so by executing this MOA and, thereafter, shall be governed by all the terms and provisions of this MOA as of the date of execution. -3- 3. Existing Joint Powers Agreement. By executing this MOA, the undersigned districts each agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of the Joint Powers Agreement dated May 10, 1994, a copy of which is attached hereto and incorporated by reference as Exhibit A. 4. Withdrawal and Disso~ution. Any district which is ~ party to this MOA may withpraw trom the MOA, with thirty (30) days written notice, and may terminate its participation in this MOA by resolution of its governing board. The withdrawal of the member shall have no effect on the continuance of this MOA by and between the remaining members, and the MOA shall remain in full force and effect with respect to the remaining members. No withdrawal shall become effective until thirty (30) days after receipt of written notice by the Authority. The MOA may be terminated by a joint agreement executed by the IWMA member jurisdictions and the districts which are a party hereto. 5. Notices. All notices which any IWMA member, district or the authority may wish to give in connection with this MOA shall be in writing and shall be served by personal delivery during usual business hours at the principal office of the IWMA member, district or authority, to an officer or person apparently in charge of that office, or by depositing the same in the United States mail, postage prepaid, and addressed to the IWMA member, district, or authority at its principal office, or to such other address as the IWMA member, district or authority may designate trom time to time by written notice given in the manner specified in this section. Service of notice pursuant to this section shall be deemed complete on the date of service by personal delivery, or two days thereafter by mailing if deposited in the United States mail. 6. Severability. Should any part, term or provision of this MOA be decided by a final judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction to be illegal or in conflict with any law of the State -4- of California, or otherwise be unenforceable or ineffectual, the validity of its remaining parts, terms and provisions shall not be affected. 7. Effective Date. This MOA shall take effect upon its execution by the Chair or Mayor. and Clerks of the governing. bodies of all current IWMA Ipembers and at least three cOJ.1U11unity service districts or sanitation districts that provide solid waste handling services or implement source reduction and recycling programs, pursuant to resolutions of ~uch governing bodies authorizing such execution and shall remain in full force and effect until dissolved pursuant to the provisions herein. This MOA may be executed in counterparts which together shall constitute a single agreement. 8. Amendment ofJPA. Execution of this MOA by all of the member jurisdictions of the _ JP A shall constitute an amendment of the JP A with regard to inclusion of special districts for representation on the IWMA. All other terms and conditions of the JP A shall remain in full force and effect. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this MOA as of the date and year hereinabove written. CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE By: Date: Mayor Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: City Attorney Dated: -5- CITY OF ATASCADERO By: Date: Mayor Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: City Attorney Dated: CITY OF GROVER BEACH By: Date: Mayor Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: City Attorney Dated: -6- CITY OF MORRO BAY By: Date: Mayor Resolution No. . Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: City Attorney Dated: CITY OF PISMO BEACH By: Date: Mayor Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: City Attorney Dated: -7- CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO By: Date: Mayor Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: City Attorney Dated: COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO By: Date: Chairperson Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Deputy County Counsel Dated: -8- HERITAGE RANCH COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT By: Date: Chair Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: SAN MIGUEL COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT By: Date: Chair Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: -9- NIPOMO COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT By: Date: Chair Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: . SAN MIGUEL SANITARY DISTRICT . By: Date: Chair Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: -10- CALIFORNIA V ALLEY COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT By: Date: Chair Re!;olution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: CAMBRIA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT By: Date: Chair Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: -11- CA YUCOS SANITARY DISTRICT By: Date: Chair Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: OCEANO COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT By: Date: Chair Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: -12- TEMPLETON COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT By: Date: Chair Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: LOS OSOS COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT By: Date: Chair Resolution No. Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL EFFECT: By: Attorney Dated: 7423ktagr.wpd PIWMA -13-