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Agenda Packet 2002-02-12 I I CITY COUNCIL City of AGENDA Arroyo qrancfe I Michael A. Lady Mayor Thomas A. Runels Mayor Pro Tem Steven Adams City Manager I Jim Dickens Council Member Timothy J. Carmel City Attomey Tony Ferrara Council Member Kelly Wetmore Director. Administrative Services Sandy Lubin Council Member I NOTICE OF CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING Tuesday February 12. 2002 5:45 P.M. Arrovo Grande City Council Chambers 215 East Branch Street, Arroyo Grande AGENDA 1. ROLL CALL 2. PUBLIC COMMENT on Special Meeting Agenda Items. Members of the public wishing to address the Council on any item described in this Notice may do so when recognized by the Presiding Officer. 3. CITY COUNCIL CLOSED SESSION: a. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED LITIGATION: Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to Govemment Code Section 54956.9(b) involving one (1) potential case. b. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(a): 1. Name of Case: Garv Clawson v. City of Arroyo Grande. et al. San Luis ObisDO County Superior Court Case No. CV 000748. 2. Name of Case: Citizen's Committee for the Conservation of Local Aariculture v. City of Arroyo Grande. et ai, San Luis ObisDO County SUDerior Court Case No. CV 020085. 4. RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION: Announcement of reportable action from closed session, if any. 5. ADJOURNMENT. c:closedsession.agenda.021202. i __J -._- ---..-- ------ - - ~-_..._._- CITY COUNCIL City of AGENDA Arroyo qrancfe Michael A. Lady Mayor Thomas A. Runels Mayor Pro Tem Jim Dickens Council Member Steven Adams City Manager Tony Ferrara Council Member Timothy J. Carmel City Attorney Sandy Lubin Council Member Kelly Wetmore Director, Administrative Services AGENDA SUMMARY CITY COUNCIUREDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MEETING TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2002 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 COUNCIURDA 3. FLAG SALUTE: BOY SCOUT TROOP 489 4. INVOCATION: PASTOR RICHARD SCHARN S. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS: 5.a. Proclamation - National Engineers Week 5.b. Proclamation - Scoutina Anniversarv Month 6. AGENDA REVIEW: 6a. Move that all resolutions and ordinances presented tonight be read in title only and all further readings be waived. i . J AGENDA SUMMARY - FEBRUARY 12, 2002 PAGE 2 7. CITIZENS' INPUT. COMMENTS, AND SUGGESTIONS: 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 January 16, 2002 through January 31,2002. 8.b. Statement of Investment Deposits (SNODGRASS) Recommended Action: Receiye and file the report of current investment deposits as of January 31, 2002. 8.c. Acceptance of Audited Annual Financial Reports (SNODGRASS) [COUNCIURDA] Recommended Action: Receive and file the respective Audited Annual Financial Reports for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 2001. 8.d. Consideration of Cash Flow Analysis/Approval of Interfund Advance from the Water Facility Fund (SNODGRASS) Recommended Action: Receive and file December 2001 Cash Report and approve the interfund advance from the Water Facility Fund to cover cash deficit in other funds at December 31, 2001. 8.e. Consideration of Approval of Minutes (WETMORE) Recommended Action: Approve minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of January 22, 2002 as submitted. i .-..---.- - -.-- ---".. --..-.-..-- J AGENDA SUMMARY - FEBRUARY 12, 2002 PAGE 3 8. CONSENT AGENDA: (continued) 8.1. Consideration of Authorization to Solicit Bids for Sprlna 2001-02 Slurrv Seal Capital Improvement Proiect No. PW 350-5638 (SPAGNOLO) Recommended Action: 1) Authorize the Public Works Department to solicit public construction bids for the Spring 2001-02 Slurry Seal improvement project; 2) Find that the project is categorically exempt from CEQA pursuant to Section 15301 (c); and 3) Direct the Administrative Services Director to file a Notice of Exemption. 8.g. Consideration of Consultant Contract Amendment for Kim Romano (SPAGNOLO) Recommended Action: Approve and authorize the Mayor to execute the amended Consultant Services Agreement for Kim Romano to provide additional staff support for the Traffic Commission. 8.h. Consideration of Acceptance of Improvements for Tract 1834 - Phase 5 (SPAGNOLO) Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution accepting improvements, offers of dedication, and easements within Tract 1834 - Phase 5. 8.1. Consideration of AcceDtance of ImDrOyement!S for Lot Line Adlusbnent 915- 531, S. Elm Street. and a Portion of Farroll Avenue <<i!DlKtUbl (SPAGNOLO) Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution accepting the following: 1) Public improvements constructed for Lot Line Adjustment 96-531 including improvements to Elm Street, Farrell Avenue, Brittany Avenue, Hampton Place, and Carrington Place; 2) Offers of dedication for public road right-of-way, public utilities, pedestrian access, traffic control devices, and tree planning easements; and 3) Offers of dedication for public road right-of-way and public utilities i easements. I i 9. PUBLIC HEARINGS: I I , 9.a. ProD088d Ordinance Amendlna the Zonlna MaD of Arrovo Gl'llnde from i ~Ic and Quasi-Public Facilities (PF} to Residential ;S~ 1.40-Acre Portion of Rancho Grande Park: DeveloDm8nt~ Amendment Case No. 01-001 (STRONG/HEFFERNON) Recommended Action: Introduce Ordinance amending the Zoning Map from PF to RS for a 1.40-acre portion of the Rancho Grande Park Site. 9.b. Final ADDroval of Fiscal Year 2001-02 Community DeveloDment Block Grant ~(STRONG/McCLlSH) Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution approving the projects to be funded with the City's allocation of CDBG funds for Fiscal Year 2001-02. --~--- AGENDA SUMMARY - FEBRUARY 12, 2002 PAGE 4 10. CONTINUED BUSINESS: 10.a. Consideration of Modifications to the Level of Service (LOS) Policy and Traffic Study Guidelines (SPAGNOLO) Recommended Action: Review and approve recommended modifications to the LOS Analysis and Traffic Study Guidelines. 11. NEW BUSINESS: 11.a. Fiscal Year 2001-02 Mid-Year Budaet Status Report (SNODGRASS) [COUNCIURDA] Recommended Action: It is recommended the City Council/Agency Board: 1) Approve detailed bUdget adjustments and recommendations as shown in Schedule 8; 2) Approve Schedules A through E included in the Mid-Year Budget Status Report; and 3) Approve (Deny) requests for additional appropriations in the General Fund. 11.b. Consideration of East Grand Avenue Master Plan Recommendations (STRONG) Recommended Action: Receive, review, and comment on draft report for East Grand Avenue Enhancement Plan. 12. 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. a) None. I , 13. CITY MANAGER ITEMS: I I The following item(s) are placed on the agenda by the City Manager in order to i I receive feedback and/or request direction from the Council. No formal action can I be taken. a) None. 14. COUNCIL COMMUNICATIONS: Correspondence/Comments as presented by the City Council. 15. STAFF COMMUNICATIONS: Correspondence/Comments as presented by the City Manager. ~-- ----- - AGENDA SUMMARY - FEBRUARY 12, 2002 PAGE 5 16. 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.arroyoQrande.orQ ---~- --- I CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE - ABBREVIATIONS revised 08104100 A Agricultural Preserve AB Assembly Bill LAFCO Locol Agency Fonnatlon Commission ADA Americans with DlsablHtIes Act LOCC League of California CItIes AG General Agriculture LLA Lot Uno AdjusIment AGMC Arroyo Grande Municipal Code LUE Land Use Element AGPOA Arroyo Grande Police OIIiceIs' AssocIation MER Lot Merger APN ~.Bnlltw'8 Parcel Number MF Condominiumfrownhouse APCB Air Pollution Conlral Board MFA Apar1men" APCD Air Pollution ConIraI Dlstrtd MHP Mobile Home PIIIka ARC ArchIIeduraI RevIew Committee 0 Office Prof8s8Ionat ASCE American SocIety Clvtl Engineers OCSD Ooeano Community ServIces Dlstrtct ASD Administrative Services Department OSCE Open Space and eon-vatlon Element AWWA AmerIcan Water Works AssocIation PC Planning CommIoaIon BD Building DI_ PD PolIce Department CA City AItomey PF PublidQuasl Public CC City Council PPR Plot Plan RevIew CCC Callfomla eon-vation Corps PRD Parks & Recreation Deper1ment CCCSIF Central Coast Cities SeW-Insurance Fund PRE-APP Pre-appllcetion CD Cornrnunity Development PSHHC Peoples' Self-Help Housing Corp. CDSG Community Development Block Grant PSP Planned SIgn Program CE CIrculatIon ~t PUD Planned Unit Development CEC CaIIfomIa Energy CommIssion PW Public Works Department CEOA California Environmental QuaHty Act RDA Redevelopment Agency CIP Capital Improvement Program RE _tIaI Estate CIWMP CalIfornIa Integrated Waste Management Plan RFP Request for PrapaoaIa CM City Manager's Office RFQ Request for Quallllcellons CMC Callfomla Men's Colony RH Hillside Resldenttal CMP Congestion ~t Plan RHNP RegIonal Housing Needs Plan cae Cer1Ificate of Compliance RR Rural_tIaI CPI Consumer PrIce Index RS SubuIban _1181 CUP Conditional USe PermIt RTA Reversion to """'- DARE Drug Abuse _tance Education RWQCB Regional Water 0uII1ity Control Board DC Development Code SAC Staff Adviso<y ~ I DEA Drug Enfooceh.e"t Administration SB Senate BIll E.C. EIedIon Code SCAT South County Area Transit I EDD Economic De>eIopment Department SEIU SetvIce Employees International Union I EDU Equivalent DwellIng Unit SF Single Family I EIR EnvIlOIlI11IInIaIlmpact Report SLO San luis ObIspo , EIS EnvIronmental Impact Statement SLOCOG San luis ObIspo CouncIl of Gowmmenta EOC Economic OpporIunity Commission SLOHA San luis ObIspo Housing AuthortIy EVC Economic VItality Corporation SLONTF San luis ObIspo _ T_ Force FAU Federal Aid Urban SLORTA San Luis ObIspo Regk>naI T_ AuthortIy FD FinI DIvIsIon SLOWRAC Sen luis ObIspo County W_ Reeoun:es Advisory FDAA Federal DIsaster Assistance Administration CoI...IllUee FEMA Federal Emergeo Icy Management Agency SR Sanlor Housing FID Financ:Iat ServIces Department SSLOCOWA South San luis ObIspo County Water AssocIation FPPC Fair ~ Prac:tices CommIssion SSLOCSD South San Luis ObIspo County s.nItatlon Dlstrtd FTA F-.I Transit Administration SRRE Sourca ~ & R8eydltlQ Element FY FIsceI Yaar SWRCD S_ Water ReoourceI ConIraI Board G.C. GcMmment Code TPM Tentative PaIceI Map GC General Commerdal TT Tentative Tract Map GF General Fund TTAC TranspoItatlon Tec:hnicaI Adviso<y Committee GP General Plan TUP Temporary USe PermR GPA General Plan Amendment UBC Uniform BuIldIng Code HCD CaIIfomIa Department of Housing and Community UFC UnifDnn FInI Code Devalopment USA Underground ServIce Alert HOP Home Occupancy PermR VAR Variance HUD HousIng and Urban Development Dept. VC Village Commerdal I Industrtal and BusIness Park VCB SLO County _ & Conlerellce BuI88U ISTEA 1_ Surface Transportation VSR View Shed RevIew JPA Joint Powers Authority ZONE 3 Sen luis ObIspo County Flood Control and Water eon-vatlon DIatrtct - Zone 3 (Lopez Project) 1 - ---- I Hoqprary 5.8. " Naliotpl 1Vttt ftbtuary IT. a . WHEREAS, the City of Arroyo Grande relies oil an extensive system of infrastructure and related facilities for the safe and efficient daily activities of its citizens; and WHEREAS, Engineers are highly trained professionals who utilize their scientific knowledge and technical skills in creative and innovative ways to fulfill the essential needs and specific interests of our society; and . WHEREAS, these dedicated professionals readily face the major technological I challenges of our time - from rebuilding towns devastated by natural disasters, cleaning up the environment, and assuring safe, clean and efficient sources of energy, to designing information systems that promise to successfully propel our nation into the twenty-first century; and WHEREAS, professional engineers remain dedicated to investing in our future by encouraging young math and science students to realize the practical power and the vast capabilities of their knowledge; and WHEREAS, as the promise of the future unfolds before us, we, as citizens of Arroyo Grande, will look even more to our knowledgeable and skilled engineers to meet the challenges oftomorrow; and WHEREAS, National Engineers Week is dedicated to promoting understanding and awareness of the profession, celebrating important contributions made by engineers, and encouraging young Americans from all walks of life to pursue studies in science, math and technology. mEREFORE, be it resolved that I, Michael A. Lady, Mayor of the City of Arroyo Grande, on behalf of the City Council do hereby recognize the tremendous contributions that engineers have made, and will continue to mak@ to our City and hereby proclaim February 17 - 23, 2002 as National Engineers Week in the City of Arroyo Grande. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the the City of Arroyo Grande to be affixed this 12th clay of February, 2002. MICHAELA. LADY, MAYOR , "~" - Honorary Procl~ation 5.b. Recogn.i.zi.ng. February 2002 as Scouting Anniversary Month . . Los Padres Council * BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA WHEREAS, the Boy Scouts of America is 92 years old this year, and has remained committed to preparing young people to make ethical choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the timeless values of the Scout Oath and Law; and I i WHEREAS, the Boy Scouts of America believes in the youth oftoday, because they are the faces of the future - the leaders oftomorrow; and WHEREAS, locally, the Los Padres Council has more than 2,000 adult leaders to help shape the lives of over 5,100 youth associated with the program; and WHEREAS, the success of Scouting for Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Venturing depends on our community organizations; and WHEREAS, there are 178 churches and synagogues, schools and parent-teacher associations, service and fraternal clubs, and other community organizations that have been chartered in our area by the Boy Scouts of America to use the Scouting program; and WHEREAS, the Los Padres Council of the Boy Scouts of America and its corps of dedicated volunteer leaders selected by these chartered organizations are performing an outstanding service and providing necessary support to the leaders in the 249 Cub Scout packs, Boy Scout troops, and the Venturing crews. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that I, Michael A. Lady, Mayor of the City of Arroyo Grande, on behalf of the City Council, do hereby proclaim February 2002 as Scouting Anniversary Month and urge our citizens to join me in expressing appreciation to the community organizations and their volunteer Scout leaders for bringing this values- based program to our you people. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of Arroyo Grande to be affixed this 12th day of February 2002. MICHAELA. LADY, MAYOR I I I I --- -- j 8.a. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: LYNDA K. SNODGRASS, DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICE,:;! BY: JANET M. HUWALDT, ACCOUNTING SUPERVISORce~ SUBJECT: CASH DISBURSEMENT RA TIFICA TION DATE: FEBRUARY 12, 2002 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended the City Council ratify the attached listing of cash disbursements for the period January 16 - January 31, 2002. FUNDING: There is a $558,720.18 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. ATTACHMENTS: ATTACHMENT 1 - Cash Disbursement Listing ATTACHMENT 2 - January 18, 2002 Accounts Payable Check Register ATTACHMENT 3 - January 18, 2002 Vacation Buyback Payroll Checks ATTACHMENT 4 - January 25,2002 Accounts Payable Check Register ATTACHMENT 5 - January 25,2002 Payroll Checks and Benefit Checks ATTACHMENT 6 - January 31,2002 Accounts Payable Pre-paid Checks I ATTACHMENT 1 I CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE CASH DISBURSEMENTS For the Period of January 16 Through January 31, 2002 February 12, 2002 Presented are the cash disbursements issued by the Department of Financial Services for the period January 16 to January 31, 2002. Shown are cash disbursements by week of occurrence and type of payment. January 18, 2002 Accounts Payable Cks 104131-104234 2 $ 342,085.96 Less Payroll Cks included on January 11th Listing (260,264.09) Vacation Buyback Payroll Checks and Benefit Checks 3 40.552.36 122,374.23 January 25, 2002 Accounts Payable Cks 104235-104308 4 150,585.65 Payroll Checks and Benefit Checks 5 284.900.00 435,485.65 January 31, 2002 Accounts Payable Pre-paid Checks 6 254,834.86 Less Payroll Cks included on January 25th Listing (253.974.56) 860.30 Two Week Total $ . 558.720.18 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE INDEX FOR BUDGET DEPARTMENTS EDEN COMPUTER SYSTEM GENERAL FUND 10101 SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS I City Government IFund 010) Park Development Fee Fund (Fund 213) I 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 - La'l" Enforcement Equip. (Fd 272) 4140 - Management Information System 4202 - State AB3229 Cops Grant (Fd 271) 4145 - Non Departmental 4203 - Federal Universal Hiring (Fd 274) Public S"fety (Fund 010) 4208 - Federal Local Law Enforcmt (FD 279) 4201 - Police Redevelopment Agency ( Fund 284) 4211 - Fire 4103 - Redevelopment Administration 4212 - Building &: Safety ENTERPRISE 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 P"rks & Recre"tion (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 forCouncil.x1a __n ~- ATTACillJENT 2 VQUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 1 01/16/02 08:28 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER! CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 459 01/09/02 101945 UNITED RENTALS,INC.HWY STROBE LIGHT 640.4712.5603 147.50 147.50 460 01/10/02 005616 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE G.A.REIMB-l/3/02 FIR 011.0000.1015 203,052.46 203,052.46 461 01/14/02 101589 CALPERS HEALTH INS-1/2 011.0000.2109 49,679.95 49,679.95 462 01/15/02 098340 DELTA DENTAL DENTAL INS-t/o2 011.0000.2110 7,531. 68 7,531.68 104131 01/18/02 000468 A T & T-L/DIST sve. PHONE BILL-L/DIST FAX 010.4211.5403 9.43 9.43- 104132 01/18/02 100897 AMERICAN TEMPS BURSHEIM SVCS-12/14 010.4.120.5303 604.00 104132 01/18/02 100897 AMERICAN TEMPS BURSHEIM SVCS-12/21 010.4120.5303 615.33 104132 01/18/02 100897 AMERICAN TEMPS BURSHEIM SVCS-12/28 010.4120.5303 422.80 104132 01/18/02 100897 AMERICAN TEMPS STRASSER SVCS-1/4 010.4421.5303 362.40 104132 01/18/02 100897 AMERICAN TEMPS BURSHEIM SVCS-1/4 010.4120.5303 422.80 2,427.33 104133 01/18/02 102509 API WASTE SERVICES R/O BIN-DUMP/RETURN SVCS. 010.4213.5303 375.00 375.00 104134 01/18/02 102038 ASCE A$CE MEMBERSHIP-OLDS 010.4301.5503 205.00 205.00 104135 01/18/02 008346 BACKYARD IMPROVEMENT CE BASIN BANK FABRIC 010.4430.5605 125.73 104135 01/18/02 008346 BACKYARD IMPROVEMENT CE STEEL TIES/B-BANDS 010.4430.5605 24.44 104135 01/18/02 008346 BACKYARD IMPROVEMENT CE TENSION WIRE 010.4430.5605 32.10 182.27 104136 01/18/02 009750 BRENDA BARROW REIMB. WINTER PLAYGROUND SPLYS 010.4422.5256 36.74 104136 01/18/02 009750 BRENDA BARROW REIMB.PRESCHOOL SUPPLIES 010.4423.5254 2.68 104136 01/18/02 009750 BRENDA BARROW VOLUNTEER BANQ/ AND CD PLAYER 010.4424.5252 69.82 109.24 104137 01/18/02 010062 BAUER COMPRESSORS, INC. 02 SENSOR 010.4211.5325 180.50 104137 01/18/02 010062 BAUER COMPRESSORS, INC. COUPLING 010.4211.5325 52.63 233.13 104138 01/18/02 010412 ALBERT BEATI'IE FIELD TRAINING OFFICER-BEATTIE 010.4201.5501 762.50 162.50 104139 01/18/02 102798 DOUGLAS BEDELL CONSTRUct-WARDROBE LOCKERS 010.4211.6201 1,175.00 1,175.00 104140 01/18/02 013026 BRISCO MILL & LUMBER LUMBER/CEMENT 640.4712.5610 15.78 104140 01/18/02 013026 BRISCO MILL & LUMBER SIGN CLEANING SUPPLIES 220.4303.5255 73.80 89.58 104141 01/18/02 013572 BRUMIT DIESEL,INC SOCKET 010.4211.5601 24.43 104141 01/18/02 013572 BRUMIT DIESEL,INC LIGHT/WHEEL STUD/SEAL 010.4211.5601 55.94 80.37 104142 01/18/02 101431 BURDINE PRINTING TYPESET-BUSINESS CARDS 010.4102.5306 17.50 104142 01/18/02 101431 BURDINE PRINTING TYPESET-BUSINESS CARDS 010.4102.5306 17.50 35.00 10U43 01/1S/02 102796 C.C.CITIES SELF-INS. FUN REF.W/COMP-CHECANSKY 010.0000.4805 2,008.62 2,008.62 104144 01/18/02 021940 C.COAST TAXI CAB SERVIC TAXI SVCS-12/31 225.4553.5507 1,020.00 1,020.00 104145 01/18/02 101101 C.T.I./VALUELINE MYLAR FILM/CARTRIDGE 010.4130.5201 159.80 159.80 I 104146 01/18/02 017202 CA.ST.BOARD OF EQUALIZA U/GROUND FUEL STORAGS FEE 010.4305.5201 303.03 303.03 -- --..... VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 2 01/16/02 08 :28 VOUCHER/ CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 104147 01/18/02 017472 CA. ST.DEPT. CONSERVATION S.M.I.P.2Q 01/02 010.0000.2208 747.00 104147 01/18/02 017472 CA.ST.DEPT.CONSERVATION ADMIN FEE-SMIP 010.0000.4801 37.35- 709.65 104148 01/18/02 018330 CA.ST.DEPT.OF JUSTICE FINGERPRINT CHECKS-NOV 010.4425.5315 81.00 104148 01/18/02 018330 CA.ST.DEPT.OF JUSTICE FINGERPRINT CHECKS-NOV 010.4201.5324 252.00 104148 01/18/02 018330 CA.ST.DEPT.OF JUSTICE FINGERPRINT CHECKS-NOV 010.4201.5329 351.00 684.00 104149 01/18/02 018642 CA. ST. DEPT. SOCIAL SERVI ANNUAL LIC.FEE-401711736 010.4425.5255 500.00 500.00 104150 01/18/02 019812 ARON CANBY WELDING EXPANDED METAL 220.4303.5601 47.49 47.49 104151 01/18/02 021824 CENTRAL COAST SOD BERMUDA SOD 010.4430.5605 258.00 104151 01/18/02 021824 CENTRAL COAST SOD BERMUDA SOD 010.4430.5605 258.00 104151 01/18/02 021824 CENTRAL COAST SOD BERMUDA SOD 010.4430.5605 129.00 645.00 104152 01/18/02 021918 CENTRAL COAST SUPPLY BLDG MAINT.SUPPLIES 010.4420.5605 583.01 104152 01/18/02 021918 CENTRAL COAST SUPPLY BLDG MAINT.SUPPLIES 010.4213.5604 177 .51 104152 01/18/02 021918 CENTRAL COAST SUPPLY VAC BAGS 010.4213.5604 81.51 842.03 104153 01/18/02 101856 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS CABLE-JAN/FEB 010.4140.5303 227.90 104153 01/18/02 101856 CHARTER COMMUNICATIONS CABLE-DEC-JAN 010.4140.5303 227.90 455.80 104154 01/18/02 102788 LORI CLARK REF. PARK DEP-CLARK 010.0000.4354 26.00 26.00 104155 01/18/02 023946 CLINICAL LAB. OF SAN 8ER WATER SAMPLES 640.4710.5310 188.00 188.00 104156 01/18/02 102723 COMMERCIAL MAINTENANCE AGFD FLOORS 010.4213.6401 380.00 380.00 104157 01/18/02 102800 RICHELLE CROSS PIANO PLAYING SVCS-VOLUNTEER 010.4424.5252 50.00 50.00 104158 01/18/02 026832 CUESTA EQUIPMENT CO BITS/CUTTING FLUID 010.4211.5273 36.62 36.62 104159 01/18/02 027144 L.N CURTIS & SONS ADAPTER/COUPLER 010.4211.5255 127.84 127.84 104160 01/18/02 102783 CUSTOM COLORS, INC. PAINT-PW50 220.4303.5601 215.32 215.32 104161 01/18/02 102792 WALT CUZICK FIREWALL TRAINING-CUZICK 010.4145.5501 260.00 260.00 104162 01/18/02 076848 LENNY DE LOS SANTOS TENNIS CLASSES-DE LOS SANTOS 010.4424.5351 240.98 240.98 104163 01/18/02 016302 DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIO CMC LABOR-NOV 220.4303.5303 4,072.58 4,072.58 104164 01/18/02 100465 EDEN SYSTEMS,INC. ANNUAL FIN.SVCS.SOFTWARE SUPT 010.4140.5303 10,809.53 10,809.53 104165 01/18/02 102563 EMPIRE LABS, INC DEGREASER 220.4303.5603 347.50 347.50 104166 01/18/02 034164 FIRE DEPT. SAFETY OFF.A FDSOA MEMBERSHIP-STEFFAN 010.4211.5503 75.00 75.00 104167 01/18/02 102794 DIANE GREGORY REF. WATER DEP-525 ROSEMARY 640.0000.2302 180.00 104167 01/18/02 102794 DIANE GREGORY CLOSING BILL-525 ROSEMARY 640.0000.4751 22.88- 157.12 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 3 01/16/02 08:28 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 104168 01/18/02 039624 HAAKER EQUIPMENT WATER STRAINER W/GASKET 612.4610.5603 34.08 34.08 104169 01/18/02 102797 GAVEN HENDERSON BILL-1233 FARROLL AVE #A 640.0000.4751 72.14- 104169 01/18/02 102797 GAVEN HENDERSON REF.O/PAY-1233 FARROLL AVE #A 640.0000.4751 144.28 72.14 104170 01/18/02 102701 INDOFF,INC. OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4130.5201 75.86 104170 01/18/02 102701 INDOFF, INC. OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4130.5201 14.35 104170 01/18/02 102701 INDOFF, INC. OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4130.5201 13 .40 103.61 104171 01/18/02 044496 INFORMATION SERVICES DAS SVCS-WEEKS 49 & 50 010.4140.5303 2,961.60 104171 01/18/02 044496 INFORMATION SERVICES QA SYSTEM SUPPORT 010.4140.5303 536.00 3,497.60 104172 01/18/02 102793 CHARLOTTE IRWIN REF:PARK DEPOSIT-IRWIN 010.0000.4354 48.00 48.00 104173 01/18/02 046176 J J'S FOOD COMPANY ORAL BOARD SUPPLIES 010.4120.5201 5.76 104173 01/18/02 046176 J J'S FOOD COMPANY MEETING SUPPLIES 010.4001.5504 11.18 104173 01/18/02 046176 J J'S FOOD COMPANY KITCHEN SUPPLIES 010.4211.5255 9.98 26.92 104174 01/18/02 102653 KC'S CLEANING CLEANING SVCS-AGPD 010.4213.6401 375.00 375.00 104175 01/18/02 048360 LINDA KEY REIMB SUPPLIES-KEY 010.4423.5253 65.41 65.41 104176 01/18/02 102666 VALERIE KLINE PILATES CLASS-KLINE 010.4424.5351 245.00 245.00 104177 01/18/02 051168 LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA CI MEMBERSHIP-2002 CITY OF AG 010.4145.5503 5,201.00 5,201. 00 104178 01/18/02 102667 ROSEMARY LOPEZ CHEER & POM CLASS-LOPEZ 010.4424.5351 42.00 42.00 104179 01/18/02 053274 LYON & CARMEL PROF . LEGAL SERVICE 010.4003.5304 8,759.43 8,759.43 104180 01/18/02 054482 MAINTENANCE SUPERINTEND MSA MEETING- 3 PEOPLE 220.4303.5501 45.00 45.00 104181 01/18/02 102801 ANNIKA MALOTTE REF.O/PAY PLAYGRND PGM-MALOTTE 010.0000.4601 14.00 14.00 104182 01/18/02 102086 MEDSTOP URGENT CARE PRE-EMPLOY. PHYSICAL-SIMMONS 010.4425.5315 60.00 104182 01/18/02 102086 MEDSTOP URGENT CARE PRE-EMPLOY.PHYSICAL-MAGNEY 010.4425.5315 100.00 104182 01/18/02 102086 MEDSTOP URGENT CARE DMV PHYSICAL-FULLER 010.4301.5315 88.00 104182 01/18/02 102086 MEDSTOP URGENT CARE PRE-EMPLOY. PHYSICAL-SCHMIDT 010.4213.5315 198.00 446.00 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE BULBS/MARKER 010.4211.5255 7.14 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE VAC BAGS/WET/DRY VAC 010.4211.5601 37.43 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE SHOP VAC/PAINTBRUSHES 010.4211.5601 12.27 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE MISC. HARDWARE/SHELF BRACKET 010.4211.5601 9.14 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE BATTERIES 010.4211.5504 52.89 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE VINEGAR 010.4211.5255 3.20 104184 01/18/02 0570516 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE MISC. HARDWARE 010.4211.5603 37.29 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE SOAP/MOUNTING TAPE 010.4211.5255 12.68 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE CLEANER 010.4211.5603 3.83 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE BATTERIES 010.4211.5255 2.76 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE CARTRIDGE 010.4211.5255 12.83 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE FLEX DRYER HOSE 010.4211.5255 6.41 --.- ~~- VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 4 01/16/02 08:28 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK. VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE CLEANING SUPPLIES 010.4211.5255 9.31 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE STEELWOOL 010.4211.5601 7.06 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE C BATTERIES 010.4211.5255 16.07 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE SPRAY PAINT 010.4211.5601 6.40 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE GFCI TESTER RECPTACLE 010.4212.5255 11.57 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE BIT/STENCIL 010.4213.5604 7.80 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE PAINT/STEELWOOL/BATTERY 220.4303.5601 83.46 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE PLUMBING SUPPLIES 010.4420.5605 44.81 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE LOPPER/BROOM/SNAP SPRING 010.4420.5605 193.20 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE TEFLON TAPE/VALVE 010.4213.5604 9.62 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE TROWEL 640.4712.5273 .80 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE PLUMBING SUPPLIES 010.4213.5604 25.17 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE 9V BATTERIES/CLEANER 010.4211.5272 21.42 104184 01/18/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE PAINT 220.4303.5601 55.57 690.13 104185 01/18/02 057252 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE UNIFORMS/MATS/TOWELS 010.4301.5148 13 .00 104185 01/18/02 057252 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE UNIFORMS/MATS/TOWELS 010.4102.5255 7.85 20.85 104186 01/18/02 102730 NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS CELL PHONE SVC 010.4211.5403 108.07 104186 01/18/02 102730 NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS CELL PHONE SVC 010.4212.5403 9.64 104186 01/18/02 102730 NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS CELL PHONE EQUIPT 010.4212.5403 75.23 192.94 104187 01/18/02 102044 NOSSAMAN,GUTHNER,KNOX & PROF.SVCS-S.M.VLY WATER 640.4710.5575 464.98 464.98 104188 01/18/02 101750 OFFICEMAX CREDIT PLAN OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4120.5201 43.43 43.43 104189 01/18/02 102784 OLIVER'S TOWING TOW-PW51 612.4610.5601 175.00 175.00 104190 01/18/02 062322 ONE HOUR PHOTO PLUS FILM/DEVELOPING 220.4303.5255 68.96 68.96 104191 01/18/02 064194 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC ELECTRIC 010.4304.5402 51.14 51.14 104192 01/18/02 100095 PASO ROBLES AUTO PARTS COMBO WRENCH 640.4712.5273 41.18 41.18 104193 01/18/02 065520 PEPSI-COLA LOS ANGELES SODAS 010.4422.5258 161.15 161.15 104194 01/18/02 065714 PERVO PAINT CO. PAINT 220.4303.5613 647.14 647.14 104195 01/18/02 066066 PHILLIPS FLOOR COVERING RECARPET COUNCIL CHAMBERS 010.4213.6401 3,675.00 3,675.00 104196 01/18/02 063726 PJ'S TOP SHOP 24 T-SHIRTS 010.4211.5272 179.76 179.76 104197 01/18/02 068200 PMX SYNETRON GLOVES 010.4211. 5206 440.41 440.41 104198 01/18/02 067548 POOR RICHARD'S PRESS COLOR TRANSPARENCY-ST. SWEEP 010.4301.5201 2.23 2.23 104199 01/18/02 102673 PULITZER AD-SR.ACCOUNTING CLERK 010.4120.5316 311.79 104199 01/18/02 102673 PULITZER AD-ADMIN SECRETARY 010.4421.5316 244.39 104199 01/18/02 102673 PULITZER LEGAL 111038 010.4002.5301 57.00 104199 01/18/02 102673 PULITZER LEGAL 111061 010.4130.5301 76.50 104199 01/18/02 102673 PULITZER LEGAL 111062 010.4130.5301 69.00 .~ ~----- VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 5 01/16/02 08:28 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 104199 01/18/02 102673 PULITZER LEGAL 111063 010.4130.5301 67.50 826.18 104200 01/18/02 069810 DICK RAYBURN CA.ASSOC.OF PROPERTY-RAYBURN 010.4201.5501 108.00 108.00 104201 01/18/02 069926 RED LION/SACRAMENTO INN RESV-DICK RAYBURN 010.4201.5501 336.00 336.00 104202 01/18/02 102791 REGAN FOR CONGRESS REF.C/B DEP-REGAN FOR CONGRESS 010.0000.2206 250.00 104202 01/18/02 102791 REGAN FOR CONGRESS C.B.RENTAL-REGAN FOR CONGRESS 010.0000.4353 153.00- 104202 01/18/02 102791 REGAN FOR CONGRESS BLDG. SUPER-REGAN FOR CONGRESS 010.0000.4355 38.25- 58.75 104203 01/18/02 101082 RELIGIOUS PRODUCTS,INC. 100 CASSETTES/HOLDERS 010.4002.5201 94.30 94.30 104204 01/18/02 101461 RUSSCO UTILITY TABLE 010.4130.6001 259.17 259.17 104205 01/18/02 101136 S.C.A.C.E.O. SCACEO MEMBER - CROCKETT 010.4130.5503 40.00 40.00 104206 01/18/02 100192 SAN LUIS MAILING SVC WATER BILL MAILING-DEC 640.4710.5201 745.16 745.16 104207 01/18/02 075130 SAN LUIS OBISPO CNTY.NE AD-ACcr. CLERK 010.4120.5316 182.16 104207 01/18/02 075130 SAN LUIS OBISPO CNTY.NE AD-ACCT. CLERK 010.4120.5316 197.80 104207 01/18/02 075130 SAN LUIS OBISPO CNTY.NE AD-P&R SECRETARY 010.4421.5316 105.35 104207 01/18/02 075130 SAN LUIS OBISPO CNTY.NE WINTER/SPRING ACTIVITY GUIDES 010.4421.5504 2,873.39 3,358.70 104208 01/18/02 075660 SAN LUIS PAINTS FIELD MARKING PAINT 010.4430.5255 191.92 191.92 104209 01/18/02 075816 SAN LUIS POWERHOUSE ALTERNATOR 010.4211.5601 417.30 417.30 104210 01/18/02 102787 SYLVIA SAUCEDO REF.C.B.DEPOSIT-SAUCEDO 010.0000.2206 250.00 104210 01/18/02 102787 SYLVIA SAUCEDO BLOG. SUPER -SAUCEDO 010.0000.4355 144.00- 106.00 104211 01/18/02 078156 SEBASTIAN OIL DISTRIB. OIL 010.4211. 5608 47.80 104211 01/18/02 078156 SEBASTIAN OIL DISTRIB. DIESEL FUEL 010.4211.5608 51.88 104211 01/18/02 078156 SEBASTIAN OIL DISTRIB. DIESEL FUEL 010.4211.5608 64.92 164.60 104212 01/18/02 078234 SECURED STORAGE STORAGE CHARGES 010.4002.5303 60.00 60.00 104213 01/18/02 101574 see.OF AM.MILITARY ENGI SOC.AM.MILITARY ENG.DUES-SPAGN 010.4301.5503 57.00 57.00 104214 01/18/02 080886 SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY WINDOW HANDLE/BATTERY 010.4211.5325 30.58 104214 01/18/02 080886 SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY MAGNETIC TOW 010.4211.5603 94.15 104214 01/18/02 080886 SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY BEAM LAMP 010.4211. 5603 10.68 104214 01/18/02 080886 SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY WINDOW HANDLE 010.4211.5603 37.20 104214 01/18/02 080886 SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY MAGNETIC TOW LIGHT 010.4211.5603 102.17- 104214 01/18/02 080886 SOtrrHERN AUTO SUPPLY BATTERY/SOCKETT 010.4211.5603 76.73 147.17 104215 01/18/02 080964 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS GAS SERVICES 010.4145.5401 374.86 104215 01/18/02 080964 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS GAS SERVICES 010.4145.5401 147.97 104215 01/18/02 080964 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS GAS SERVICES 010.4145.5401 98.32 104215 01/18/02 080964 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS GAS SERVICES 010.4145.5401 54.89 104215 01/18/02 080964 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS GAS SERVICES 010.4145.5401 99.59 104215 01/18/02 080964 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS GAS SERVICES 010.4145.5401 31.36 806.99 -- J VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 6 01/16/02 08:28 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 104216 01/18/02 100906 SPECTRUM HYDROSEEDING HYDROSEEDED BASIN 010.4430.5605 2,000.00 104216 01/18/02 100906 SPECTRUM HYDROSEEDING HYDROSEEDED BASIN 010.4213.6401 1,000.00 3,000.00 104217 01/18/02 102799 SPRINT, INC. REF.O/PAY-404 E.BRANCH 640.0000.4751 46.09 104217 01/18/02 102799 SPRINT, INC. PREV.BALANCE-404 E.BRANCH 640.0000.4751 10.06- 36.03 104218 01/18/02 082640 STRADLING,YOCCA,CARLSON RDA SVCS 284.4103.5303 52.50 52.50 104219 01/18/02 101932 STUDENT TRANSFORATION BUS-TREE FARM 010.4425.5303 123.75 123.75 104220 01/18/02 083382 SUPERIOR QUALITY COPIER PANASONIC FP D 455S2 COPIER 010.4303.6001 9,712.39 9,712.39 104221 01/18/02 102344 THE TRIBUNE TT SUBSCRIPT-PW 010.4301.5201 156.00 156.00 104222 01/18/02 102789 BILL OR JAMIE TYLER REF:VARIANCE VIEW-246 GARDEN 010.0000.4164 440.00 440.00 104223 01/18/02 087672 UNITED RENTALS RENTAL- PRESSURE WASHER 220.4303.5552 53.63 53.63 104224 01/18/02 087398 USA BLUE BOOK AMMONIA INJECTION PUMP 350.5908.7002 993.31 993.31 104225 01/18/02 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-ST/PW INSP/EXTRA 220.4303.5403 258.27 104225 01/18/02 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-ST/PW INSP/EXTRA 010.4301. 5403 39.99 104225 01/18/02 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-ST/PW INSP/EXTRA 010.4301.5403 39.99 104225 01/18/02 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-CM 010.4101.5403 38.69 104225 01/18/02 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-SHEELEY 284.4103.5403 43.08 420.02 104226 01/18/02 102486 WATERBOYS PLUMBING AGFD LEAK REPAIR 010.4213.5303 158.00 158.00 104227 01/18/02 102795 WENDY WEAVER REF.WTR.DEP-163 BRISCO #F 640.0000.2302 180.00 104227 01/18/02 102795 WENDY WEAVER CLOSING BILL-163 BRISCO #F 640.0000.4751 52.32- 104227 01/18/02 102795 WENDY WEAVER PREVIOUS BALANCE-163 BRISCO #F 640.0000.4751 69.50- 58.18 104228 01/18/02 091026 WEST GROUP PAYMENT CTR. CA.CQDES-CD-ROM 010.4003.5503 158.36 158.36 104229 01/18/02 092274 STEVE WHITNEY REIMB.SMOKE DETECTOR-SANTA COP 010.4211.5504 15.31 15.31 104230 01/18/02 100431 WILLARD PAPER CO PAPER 010.4102.5255 200.63 200.63 104231 01/18/02 092586 LEE WILSON ELECTRIC COM SIGNAL MAINT-DEC 010.4304.5303 1,338.75 1,338.75 104232 01/18/02 093210 WORKRITE NOMEX SHIRT 010.4211.5272 86.98 86.98 104233 01/18/02 102130 XESYSTEMS, INC XEROX MAINT 010.4301.5602 180.00 180.00 104234 01/18/02 093912 ZAP MFG, INC NUMBERS/SIGN BLANKS 220.4303.5613 388.64 104234 01/18/02 093912 ZAP MFG, INC NUMBERS/SIGN BLANKS 220.4303.5613 449.40 838.04 TOTAL CHECKS 342,085.96 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 7 01/16/02 08 :28 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 FUND TITLE AMOUNT 010 GENERAL FUND 70,770.27 011 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 260,264.09 220 STREETS FUND 6,806.76 225 TRANSPORTATION FUND 1,020.00 2'4 REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY FUND 95.58 350 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND 993.31 612 SEWER FUND 209.08 640 WATER FUND 1,926.87 TOTAL 342,085.96 ATTACHUENT 3 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE DEPARTMENTAL LABOR DISTRIBUTION PAY PERIOD 1/01/01 TO 12/31/01 VACATION BUYBACK 01/18/02 FUND 010 35,001.73 5111 Salaries Full time 37,480.69 FUND 220 2,196.18 5122 Salaries Part-Time 2,867.25 FUND 612 2,295.41 5126 Salaries Over-Time 204.42 FUND 640 1,059.04 40,552.36 40,552.36 i I ------- ---- ---.-----.--1 ATTACHMENT 4 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 1 01/23/02 10:47 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 104235 01/25/02 085176 3T EQUIPMENT CO SEWER MAIN CLEANING HOSES 612.4610.6201 1,603.46 1,603.46 104236 01/25/02 000234 A &: R WELDING SUPPLY OXY &: ACETYLENE GASES 010.4305.5303 14.00 14.00 104237 01/25/02 102354 ABS DELIVERY SYSTEMS,IN EVIDENCE DELIVERY CHARGE-DEC 010.4201.5324 34.00 34.00 104238 01/25/02 000898 ADDICTION MEDICINE CONS PRE-EMPLOYMENT PHYSICAL 010.4424.5315 45. DO 104238 01/25/02 000898 ADDICTION MEDICINE CONS PRE-EMPLOYMENT PHYSICAL 010.4424.5315 45.00 104238 01/25/02 000898 ADDICTION MEDICINE CONS PRE-EMPLOYMENT PHYSICAL 010.4301.5315 45.00 104238 01/25/02 000898 ADDICTION MEDICINE CONS 2002 DOT PROGRAM 010.4145.5303 1,100.00 1,235.00 104239 01/25/02 100897 AMERICAN TEMPS STRASSER SVCS-l/ll 010.4421.5303 604.00 604.00 104240 01/25/02 102509 API WASTE SERVICES R/O BIN-DUMP/RETURN SVCS. 010.4213.5303 250.00 250.00 104241 01/25/02 006006 ARROYO GRANDE FLOWER SH FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS 010.4001.5504 210.79 210.79 104242 01/25/02 008385 R. BAKER, INC. REPR.SEWER MAINT/ST/CURB 612.4610.5303 7,850.00 7,850.00 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4130.5201 13.90 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER RUSSCO-OFFICE FURNITURE 010.4130.6001 249.35 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4130.5201 10.62 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER HOTEL-NEW LAW SEM-WETMORE 010.4002.5501 510.81 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4101.5201 158.55 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4101.5201 17.11 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER FUEL-LOCC 010.4001.5501 18.00 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER CAR RENTAL-LOCC CONF-FERRARA 010.4001.5501 98.63 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER LOCC HOTEL 010.4001.5501 375.98 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER CREDIT OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4101.5201 10.69- 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER HOTEL-LaCC 010.4001.5501 24.00 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER HOTEL-LOCC 010.4001.5501 343.48 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4101.5201 36.22 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER HOLIDAY LUNCHEON SUPPLIES 010.4101.5319 174.50 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4301.5201 120.65 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER LOCC MEETING 640.4710.5501 745.46 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER MEETING SUPPLIES 010.4421.5501 38.00 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER CUESTA COLLEGE WEB 010.4421.5501 20.00 I 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER CUESTA COLLEGE WEB 010.4421.5501 48.00 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER LOOOING-CA LOC MEETING 010.4211.5501 158.27 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER LOOOING-AFSS MEETING 010.4211.5501 39.20 104243 01/25/02 009008 BANKCARD CENTER MEETING SUPPLIES 010.4211.5501 10.75 3,200.79 104244 01/25/02 009750 BRENDA BARROW REnts. VOLUNTEER SUPPLIES 010.4424.5252 55.84 104244 01/25/02 009750 BRENDA BARROW REIMB.EGG HUNT SUPPLIES 010.4424.5252 59.59 104244 01/25/02 009750 BRENDA BARROW REIMB.CIM SUPPLIES 010.4425.5259 10.30 125.73 104245 01/25/02 013026 BRISCO MILL & LUMBER SIGN CLEANING SUPPLIES 220.4303.5613 18.28 18.28 104246 01/25/02 101431 BURDINE PRINTING PRINTING SVCS-TYPESETTING 010.4102.5306 27.50 27.50 104247 01/25/02 100872 C. C. SALMON ENHANCEMENT, REF TUP FEES-WATER EDUCATION 010.0000.4164 105.00 105.00 ---------- VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 2 01/23/02 10:47 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 104248 01/25/02 021940 C.COAST TAXI CAB SERVIC TAXI SVCS TO 1/14 225.4553.5507 1,136.25 1,136.25 104249 01/25/02 102805 THE CA. PACIFIC CONFEREN DEPOSIT-LODGING EVERY 15 MIN 010.4201.5597 210.00 210.00 104250 01/25/02 017202 CA.ST.BOARD OF EQUALlZA DIESEL FUEL TAX 2Q-01/02 010.0000.1202 221. 58 221.58 104251 01/25/02 018330 CA.ST.DEPT.OF JUSTICE SECOND HAND DEALER LICENSE 010.0000.4808 10.00 10.00 104252 01/25/02 102804 CAMBRIA FF ASSOC. REGIS-KRUSE RAPID INTERVENTION 010.4211.5501 20.00 20.00 104253 01/25/02 077376 SUSAN SAXE- CLIFFORD PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION 010.4201. 5315 350.00 350.00 104254 01/25/02 102671 CORPORATE EXPRESS OFFICE SUPPPLIES 010.4201. 5201 317.74 317.74 104255 01/25/02 026208 CREDIT BUREAU REPORTS, CREDIT CHECKS-JENSEN/ZUBIA 010.4201.5303 14.00 14.00 104256 01/25/02 026286 CREEK ENVIRONMENTAL LAB WATER SAMPLES 640.4710.5310 105.00 105.00 104257 01/25/02 026754 CRYSTAL SPRINGS WATER C BOTTLED WATER 010.4001.5201 10.00 104257 01/25/02 026754 CRYSTAL SPRINGS WATER C BOTTLED WATER 010.4421.5201 30.00 104257 01/25/02 026754 CRYSTAL SPRINGS WATER C BOTTLED WATER 010.4130.5201 16.67 104257 01/25/02 026754 CRYSTAL SPRINGS WATER C BOTTLED WATER 010.4101.5201 16.67 104257 01/25/02 026754 CRYSTAL SPRINGS WATER C BOTTLED WATER 010.4120.5201 16.66 104257 01/25/02 026754 CRYSTAL SPRINGS WATER C BOTTLED WATER 010.4001.5201 25.00 115.00 104258 01/25/02 102807 CSTI REGIS-SISKO/WETMORE 010.4145.5501 700.00 700.00 104259 01/25/02 101779 CTE COMPUTER TRAINING C' WORD 2000 INTRO CLASSES 010.4201.5501 676.00 676.00 104260 01/25/02 102802 DDS CENTRAL COAST PLAYG INSTL 4 CONCRETE SUB-SURFACE 250.4800.8004 3,283.41 104260 01/25/02 102802 DDS CENTRAL COAST PLAYG INSTL 4 CONCRETE SUB-SURFACE 010.4213.6401 3,678.59 6,962.00 104261 01/25/02 100956 DOKKEN ENGINEERING CORP ENG.SVCS-EL CAMPO/101 PSR 350.5616.7701 5,645.05 104261 01/25/02 100956 DOKKEN ENGINEERING CORP ENG.SVCS-BRISCO/HALCYON 350.5615.7701 704.55 6,349.60 104262 01/25/02 101241 ROBERT F. DRIVER CO,INC U/GROUND FUEL TANKS-2002 010.4145.5578 151.00 104262 01/25/02 101241 ROBERT F. DRIVER CO,INC U/GROUND FUEL TANKS-2002 640.4710.5578 250.00 401. 00 104263 01/25/02 033462 JOHN FERDOLAGE MS WORD CLASS PER DIEM-FERDLOA 010.4201. 5501 40.00 40.00 104264 01/25/02 101379 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES,IN REPR. CLAMP 612.4610.5610 123.34 104264 01/25/02 101379 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, IN METER ADAPTERS 640.4712.5610 146.40 104264 01/25/02 101379 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, IN DIGGING BAR/PROBE/GLOVES 640.4712.5273 152.57 104264 01/25/02 101379 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES,IN BALL VALVES 640.4712.5610 445.09 867.40 104265 01/25/02 101662 FORD QUALITY FLEET CARE REPL.ALTERNATOR-PW24 640.4712.5601 280.54 280.54 104266 01/25/02 101604 BARBIE GARY SNACK SUPPLIES 010.4425.5259 114.38 104266 01/25/02 101604 BARBIE GARY REIMB.SUPPLIES 010.4425.5255 74.53 104266 01/25/02 101604 BARBIE GARY REIMB.SUPPLIES 010.4425.5255 9.46 104266 01/25/02 101604 BARBIE GARY REIMB.VOLUNTEER SUPPLIES 010.4424.5252 12.29 210.66 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 3 01/23/02 10:47 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 104267 01/25/02 038376 GRAND AUTO PARTS HOSE PUMP FEED 010.4430.5601 40.16 104267 01/25/02 038376 GRAND AUTO PARTS SOLONOID 010.4420.5601 13 .41 104267 01/25/02 038376 GRAND AUTO PARTS SOLONOID 010.4420.5601 13.29 104267 01/25/02 038376 GRAND AUTO PARTS CR:SOLONOID 010.4420.5601 13.41- 53.45 104268 01/25/02 101881 GREATAMERICAN LEASING C PANASONIC COPIER LEASE 010.4130.5303 319.07 319.07 104269 01/25/02 043914 JOSEPH IANNEO REIMB.S.CNTY SCHOOL-MEETING 010.4201.5255 62.09 62.09 104270 01/25/02 051168 LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA CI REGIS-PW OFFICERS INSTITUTE 010.4301. 5501 425.00 425.00 104271 01/25/02 052144 LIEBERT,CASSIDY,WHITMOR CC EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS MEMBER 010.4145.5501 2,350.00 2,350.00 104272 01/25/02 101173 LONGS DRUG STORE PHOTO PROCESSING-DEC 010.4201. 5255 4.81 104272 01/25/02 101173 LONGS DRUG STORE MISC.CHARGES-DEC 010.4201.5255 4.26 9.07 104273 01/25/02 101252 MCI WORLDCOM L/DIST PHONE 010.4145.5403 206.37 104273 01/25/02 101252 MCI WORLDCOM CALLING CHARGES 010.4145.5403 3.26 209.63 104274 01/25/02 056394 MIDAS MUFFLER &. BRAKE SERVICE/BATTERY TRAILER PLUG 640.4712.5601 209.28 104274 01/25/02 056394 MIDAS MUFFLER &. BRAKE LUBE/OIL/BLADES-B 401 010.4420.5601 55.03 264.31 104275 01/25/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE BULBS/MOUSE TRAPS/HEX BOLTS 010.4430.5605 43.81 104275 01/25/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE TEFLON TAPE 640.4712.5610 8.03 104275 01/25/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE ENTRY FLOOD LIGHT 010.4201.5604 27.87 104275 01/25/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE FAUCET HANDLE 010.4213.5604 7.50- 104275 01/25/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE DUSTBUSTER 010.4201.5604 33.77 104275 01/25/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE TARP 010.4213.5604 2.13 104275 01/25/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE PLUMBER CLOTH/IRON 010.4420.5605 11.55 104275 01/25/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE SHADE/BULB 010.4213.5604 17.14 104275 01/25/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE NIPPLES/ADAPTERS/ELBOW 010.4420.5605 38.59 104275 01/25/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE BULB/SHADE/TWIST 010.4213.5604 1.06- 104275 01/25/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE QUICK CRETE 010.4420.5605 10.67 104275 01/25/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE MISC. HARDWARE 010.4213.5604 7.81 104275 01/25/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE FLARE CONNECTORS 010.4420.5605 3.70 104275 01/25/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE PAINTING SUPPLIES/FLUR BULBS 010.4420.5605 13.79 104275 01/25/02 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE FLUR BULB 010.4420.5605 9.64- 200.66 104276 01/25/02 057252 MISSION UNIFORM SERVICE UNIFORMS/MATS/TOWELS 010.4305.5143 51.60 51.60 104277 01/25/02 101566 CAROL MOORE TUITION/BOOKS-MOORE 010.4201.5502 241.74 241.74 104278 01/25/02 060724 NAT'L REC &. PARK ASSOC. NR&.P ASSOC DUES 010.4421.5503 350.00 350.00 104279 01/25/02 102808 NATIONAL RESOURCE SAFET NAT'L RESOURCE DUES 220.4303.5501 395.00 104279 01/25/02 102808 NATIONAL RESOURCE SAFET NAT'L RESOURCE DUES 640.4710.5503 100.00 495.00 104280 01/25/02 063960 PACIFIC BELL RADIO 451-0183 010.4145.5403 186.39 104280 01/25/02 063960 PACIFIC BELL ALARM 841-3953 010.4211.5403 31.91 104280 01/25/02 063960 PACIFIC BELL ALARM 841-3959 640.4710.5403 31.91 104280 01/25/02 063960 PACIFIC BELL ALARM 841-3960 010.4211.5403 31.91 __.__.___n_ ~_n_~__'~"_____ VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 4 01/23/02 10 :47 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER OATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 104280 01/25/02 063960 PACIFIC BELL PHONE 489-234,5 010.4145.5403 38.61 104280 01/25/02 063960 PACIFIC BELL PHONE 489-9816 010.4145.5403 52.07 104280 01/25/02 063960 PACIFIC BELL L/DIST FAX 473-0386 010.4145.5403 31.55 404.35 104281 01/25/02 102809 RAFAEL PANDO DELIVERY S FREIGHT-FURNITURE DELv 010.4301.6001 250.00 250.00 104282 01/25/02 066690 PITNEY BOWES POSTAGE METER RENTAL TO 5/15 010.4201.5602 174.68 174.68 104283 01/25/02 100143 QUAGLINO ROOFING REPR.ROOF-BLDG DEPT 010.4213.5303 109.00 109.00 104284 01/25/02 070590 RICHETTI WATER CONDITIO RENTAL-DEC 010.4201.5604 15.00 15.00 104285 01/25/02 072638 S & L SAFETY PRODUCTS AIR CARTRIDGES 220.4303.5255 116.43 104285 01/25/02 072638 S & L SAFETY PRODUCTS SHOP TOWELS 612.4610.5255 69.95 104285 01/25/02 072638 S & L SAFETY PRODUCTS SHOP TOWELS 640.4712.5255 69.95 256.33 104286 01/25/02 074490 SLO CNTY DEPT. HEALTH CROSS CONNECT-NOV/DEC 640.4710.5303 1,665.21 104286 01/25/02 074490 SLO CNTY DEPT. HEALTH U/GROUND FUEL STORAGE TANK FEE 010.4305.5303 565.50 2,230.71 104287 01/25/02 074684 SLO CNTY FIRE CHIEFS AS SLO CNTY FIRE CHIEFS INSTALL. 010.4211.5501 90.00 90.00 104288 01/25/02 102806 SLO VINTNERS & GROWERS MEMBERSHIP-SHEELEY 284.4103.5503 125.00 125.00 104289 01/25/02 100271 LYNDA SNODGRASS ORAL BOARD LUNCHEON-ACCT. CLERK 010.4120..5316 61.37 61.37 104290 01/25/02 100295 SOFTEC SOFTEC SPONSOR-SHEELEY 284.4103.5503 25.00 25.00 104291 01/25/02 080808 SOUTH SLO COUNTY SANIT SEWER SVC COLL-12/01 760.0000.2304 57,135.65 104291 01/25/02 080808 SOUTH SLO COUNTY SANIT SEWER HOOKUPS-I0/0l 760.0000.2305 36,000.00 104291 01/25/02 080808 SOUTH SLO COUNTY SANIT 10-1 SAN DIST-203 N.RENA 010.4145.5401 13.47 104291 01/25/02 080808 SOUTH SLO COUNTY SANIT 10-1 SAN DIST-ASH R/RM 010.4145.5401 13.47 93,162.59 104292 01/25/02 080886 SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY OIL 010.4305.5255 32.95 104292 01/25/02 080886 SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY CR:OIL 010.4305.5255 18.02- 14.93 104293 01/25/02 080964 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS GAS SERVICES 010.4145.5401 10.85 104293 01/25/02 080964 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS GAS SERVICES 010.4145.5401 242.24 104293 01/25/02 080964 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS GAS SERVICES 010.4145.5401 317.15 104293 01/25/02 080964 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS GAS SERVICES 010.4145.5401 205.93 776.17 104294 01/25/02 100848 SPECTRATURF, INC. SPEC'rRATURF SAFETY SURFACE 250.4800.8004 7,643.00 7,643.00 104295 01/25/02 082328 STERLING COMMUNICATIONS RADIO REPR/ARROW WIRE MOVED 010.4420.5601 114.00 114.00 104296 01/25/02 082486 STEWARD CO METAL PLATES 010.4102.5255 75.69 75.69 104297 01/25/02 084162 ERIN TAYLOR TUITION/BOOKS-TAYLOR 010.4201.5502 221.22 221.22 104298 01/25/02 102785 TEMPLETON UNIFORMS JACKET/JUMPSUIT-DAY 010.4201.5255 302.79 302.79 104299 01/25/02 102244 TITAN INDUSTRIAL GROCERY BAGS 010.4201.5255 88.44 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 5 01/23/02 10:47 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAMS DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 104299 01/25/02 102244 TITAN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY GLASSES/GLOVES 010.4213.5255 198.52 104299 01/25/02 102244 TITAN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY GLASS HOLDERS 010.4213.5255 48.26 335.22 104300 01/25/02 085644 TOSTE GRADING & PAVING TACK OIL 220.4303.5613 135.00 135.00 104301 01/25/02 086346 TROESH READY MIX CONCRETE 350.5632.7002 456.74 456.74 104302 01/25/02 088296 UNITED STATES POSTMASTE POSTAGE-28153229 010.4145.5201 3,000.00 3,000.00 104303 01/25/02 087398 USA BLUE BOOK MIXER MOTOR 350.5908.7002 432.11 432.11 104304 01/25/02 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-CHAVEZ 010.4430.5605 24.86 104304 01/25/02 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-P&R DIRECT 010.4421.5602 25.60 104304 01/25/02 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-PKS SUPER 010.4421.5602 15.65 66.11 104305 01/25/02 090480 WAYNE'S TIRE SERVICE CALL 010.4201.5601 84.77 104305 01/25/02 090480 WAYNE'S TIRE LUBE/OIL/TIRES/FILTER 010.4201. 5601 151.19 104305 01/25/02 090480 WAYNE'S TIRE LUBE/OIL/FILTER 010.4201.5601 23.61 104305 01/25/02 090480 WAYNE t S TIRE LUBE/OIL/FILTER 010.4201.5601 22.27 281.84 104306 01/25/02 092274 STEVE WHITNEY REIMB.AWARDS SUPPLIES 010.4211.5255 7.94 7.94 104307 01/25/02 100431 WILLARD PAPER CO ENVELOPES/PAPER 010.4102.5255 349.91 349.91 104308 01/25/02 092976 WITMER-TYSON IMPORTS K- 9 SUPPLIES 010.4201.5322 172.01 172 . 01 TOTAL CHECKS 150,585.65 I ----- ----~ ---- .-- -. J VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 6 01/23/02 10:47 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 FUND TITLE AMOUNT 010 GENERAL FUND 23,477.99 220 STREETS FUND 664.71 225 TRANSPORTATION FUND 1,136.25 250 CDBG GRANT FUND 10,926.41 284 REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY FUND 150.00 350 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND 7,238.45 612 SEWER FUND 9,646.75 640 WATER FUND 4,209.44 760 SANITATION DISTRIBUTION FUND 93,135.65 TOTAL 150,585.65 ATTACH!1ENT 5 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE DEPARTMENTAL LABOR DISTRIBUTION , f PAY PERIOD 1/04/02 TO 1/17/02 i 01/25/02 i i I I FUND 010 250,517.19 5101 Salaries Full time 157,150.86 I FUND 220 13,909.35 5102-03 Salaries Part-Time 21,903.68 FUND 284 5,209.91 5105-07 Salaries Over-Time 8,031.14 FUND 612 4,436.21 5108 Holiday Pay 1,036.22 FUND 640 10,827.34 5109 Sick Pay 4,814.50 284,900.00 5110 Annual Leave Pay 5111 Vacation Buyback 5112 Sick Leave Buyback 5113 Vacation Pay 3,703.82 5114 Comp Pay 2,231.28 I 5115 Annual Leave Pay 4,926.54 5121 PERS Retirement 17,747.09 5122 Social Security 15,705.76 5123 PARS Retirement 283.66 5126 State Disability Ins. 703.69 5131 Health Insurance 23,687.01 5132 Dental Insurance 3,512.37 5133 Vision Insurance 773.02 5134 Life Insurance 564.20 5135 Long Term Disability 803.86 5143 Uniform Allowance 16,425.00 5144 Car Allowance 650.00 5146 Council Expense , 5147 Employee Assistance 146.30 I 5148 Boot Allowance I 5149 Motor Pay 100.00 I Total: 284,900.00 I ATTACHHENT 6 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 1 01/30/02 08:21 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 I VOUCHER/ !' CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 463 01/24/02 005616 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE G.A.REIMB 1/17/02 FIR 011.0000.1015 253,974.56 253,974.56 464 01/24/02 102807 STATE OFFICE OF EMERGEN REGIS-SISKO/WETMORE CRISIS MED 010.4145.5501 700.00 700.00 465 01/24/02 088218 UNITED STATES POSTMA$TE BULK MAILING FOR VILLAGE DESIG 010.4130.5201 160.30 160.30 TOTAL CHECKS 254,834.86 I VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 2 01/30/02 08:21 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 FUND TITLE AMOUN'!' 010 GENERAL FUND 860.30 011 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 253,974.56 TOTAL 254,834.86 B.b. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: LYNDA K. SNODGRASS, DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICE~ BY: JANET M. HUWALDT, ACCOUNTING SUPERVISOR ~ SUBJECT: STATEMENT OF INVESTMENT DEPOSITS DATE: FEBRUARY 12, 2002 Attached please find a report listing the current investment deposits of the City of Arroyo Grande, as of January 31,2002, as required by Government Code Section 53646 (b). I I CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE MONTHLY INVESTMENT REPORT As of January 31, 2002 February 12, 2002 This report presents the City's investments as of January 31, 2002. It includes all investments managed by the City, the investment institution, type of investment, maturity date, and rate of interest. As of January 31, 2002, the investment portfolio was in compliance with all State laws and the City's investment policy. Current Investments: The City is currently investing all short-term excess cash in the Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) administered by the State Treasurer. This is a very high quality investment in terms of safety, liquidity, and yield. The City may readily transfer the LAIF funds to the City's checking account when funds are needed. At this time, the City does not hold any other investments. The following is a comparison of investments based on book values as of January 31, 2002 compared with the prior month and the prior year. Date: January 2002 December 2001 January 2001 Amount: $10,450,000 10,450,000 9,050,000 Interest Rate: 3.07% 3.53% 6.52% ------- -- _.-~._..- , a.C. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIUREDEVELOPMENT AGENCY BOARD OF DIRECTORS FROM: LYNDA K. SNODGRASS, DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICES ~ SUBJECT: ACCEPTANCE OF AUDITED ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORTS DATE: FEBRUARY 12, 2002 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended that the City CouncillRedevelopment Agency Board of Directors receive and file the respective Audited Annual Financial Reports for the Fiscal Year Ended June I 30, 2001. FUNDING: There is no fiscal impact from this action. DISCUSSION: The firm of Moss, Levy & Hartzheim, CPA's was hired to audit the City of Arroyo Grande's/Redevelopment Agency's financial records for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2001. Audit services are retained for two reasons. First, to have an independent review of internal control and secondly to ensure that the resulting financial reports fairly represent the financial position of the City/Redevelopment Agency. The auditors conducted testing of the internal control in June 2001. The procedures for receiving and disbursing cash, the accounting methodology used to record transactions, the separation of duties to avert collusion, and asset security were reviewed. If warranted, as part of the auditing process, a Management letter detailing areas of internal control that need to be strengthened may be issued at the conclusion of an audit. To date the City has not received a Management Letter. In November of 2001 an audit was conducted on the 2000-01 financial transactions. Documentation in support of the assets, liabilities, and fund balance of all the funds in the City was examined and verified. This process assures an impartial review and substantiation of the City's/Redevelopment Agency's fund balances. The result of this review is the attached Financial Reports. The audit of the General Fund reports reyenues of approximately $250,300 more than budgeted, expenditures of approximately $588,800 less than budgeted, which resulted in an unbudgeted increase to the fund balance of the General Fund of approximately $839,100. The revenue increase was primarily the result of the implementation of GASB I -----......- ACCEPTANCE OF AUDITED ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORTS Page 2 33 requiring the accrual of intra-governmental revenues received sixty days after the close of the fiscal year. Expenditure containment by City departments accounted for approximately $329,700 while the delay of CIP projects funded by the General Fund reduced the capital transfers by $259,700. The fund balance for the General Fund is $1,616,878 as of June 30, 2001. Auditors may issue three different types of opinions at the conclusion of an audit, an Unqualified, Qualified, or Adverse Opinion. An Unqualified Opinion assures the audit reader that the information presented fairly represents the financial position of the City. A Qualified Opinion states that the information is fairly presented except for a particular issue. An Adverse Opinion indicates that the agency has major accounting and/or internal control issues. For the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 2001, the City of Arroyo Grande and the Redevelopment Agency received Unqualified Opinions. ! I I I I I 8.d. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: LYNDA K. SNODGRASS, DIRECTOR OF fiNANCIAL SERVlCE::j SUBJECT: CASH FLOW ANAL YSISlAPPROVAL OF INTERFUND ADVANCE FROM THE WATER FACILITY FUND DATE: FEBRUARY 12, 2002 I RECOMMENDATION: I It is recommended the City Council: . Accept the December 2001 cash report, . Approve the interfund advance of $444,542 from the Water Facility Fund to cover cash deficits in other funds as of December 31, 2001. FUNDING: No outside funding is required. Attachment A - Cash Balance/lnterfund Advance Report I I I I \ I I , , ; I I ___...____ _ .~m_.__ ---- ATTACHMENT A CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE CASH BALANCE IIN1ERFUND ADVANCE REPORT At December 31, 2001 Balance at Recommended Revised Fund 12131101 Advances Balance 010 General Fund 1,586,828 1,586,828 210 Fire Protection Impact Fees 84,350 84,350 212 Police Protection Impact Fees 10,507 10,507 213 Park Development 431,661 431,661 214 Perl< Improvement 38,326 38,326 215 Recreation Community Center 2,217 2,217 217 T "'nd""'IpC Maintenance 30,019 30,019 220 Street (Gas Tax) Fund 129,545 129,545 222 Traffic SigJUlli7"'tion 504,588 504,588 223 Traffic Circulation 466,713 466,713 224 Tl1IDSpOrtation Facility Impact 1,834,748 1,834,748 225 Tl1IDSpOrtation (10,372) (10,372) 226 Water Neutralization Impact 313,798 313,798 230 Construction Tax 205,112 205,112 231 Drainage Facility 16,930 16,930 232 In-Lieu Affordable Housing 390,206 390,206 241 Lopez Facility Fund 726,371 726,371 250 CDBG Fund (2,343) 2,343 0 271 State COPS Block Grant Fund 52,115 52,115 272 Calif. Law Enf. Technology Grant 56,245 56,245 274 Federal Universal Hiring Grant 23 23 277 93-99 Fed Local Law Enforcement Grant (106) 106 0 273 99-00 Fed Local Law Enforcement Grant 37 87 279 OO.{) I Fed Local Law Enforcement Grant 9,020 9,020 284 Redevelopment Agency (1ll,524) 111,524 0 285 Redevelopment Set Aside 35,447 35,447 350 Capital Projects (286,419) 289,419 3,000 612 Sewer Fund 10,426 10,426 634 Sewer Facility 64,255 64,255 640 Water Fund 2,623,703 2,623,703 641 Lopez (41,150) 41,150 0 642 Water Facility 1,408,591 (444,542) 964,049 751 Downtown Parldng 34,301 34,301 760 Sanitation District Fund 93,136 93,136 Total City Wide Cash 10,707,354 0 10,707,354 THE ABOVE LISTING ARE THE CASH BALANCES SHOWN IN THE GENERAL LEDGER OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2001 ~ ---".-- 8... MINUTES . REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 2002 COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 215 E. BRANCH STREET ARROYO GRANDE, CALIFORNIA 1. CALL TO ORDER Mayor Pro Tem Runels called the Regular City Council meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. 2. ROLL CALL City Council: Council Members Dickens, Ferrara, Lubin, and Mayor Pro Tem Runels were present. Mayor Lady was absent. City Staff Present: City Manager Adams; City Attomey Carmel; Director of Administrative Services Wetmore; Community Development Director Strong; Director of Parks, Recreation and Facilities; and Director of Public Works Spagnolo. 3. FLAG SALUTE Members of Boy Scout Troop 234 led the Flag Salute. 4. INVOCATION Pastor Robert Banker, Open Door Church, Oceano, delivered the invocation. S. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS 5.a. Proclamation - Spay Day U.S.A. Mayor Pro Tem Runels presented the Proclamation recognizing the month of February 2002 and February 26, 2002 as "Spay Day U.S.A.". Dion Schwulst, OwnerNolunteer, Cal Coast Pet Rescue, accepted the Proclamation. S.b. Proclamation - Attained the Rank of Eagle Scout: Mark George Hasbun. Mayor Pro Tem Runels presented a Proclamation to Mark George Hasbun congratulating him for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout and recognizing his commitment, diligence, and dedication in undertaking and completing his Eagle Scout project. 6. AGENDA REVIEW None. 6.a. Resolutions and Ordinances Read in Title Only Council Member Dickens moved, Council Member 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. CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 22, 2002 PAGE 2 7. CITIZENS' INPUT, COMMENTS, AND SUGGESTIONS Dion Schwulst, representing Cal Coast Pet Rescue, spoke regarding the issue of stray, feral cats in the City and her history of rescuing, neutering, and spaying the cats. She said she would like to find a way for the City to allocate funds to reputable animal rescue organizations. She said Cal Coat Pet Rescue received some funding from the Maddy Foundation fund proYided through the California Veterinary Medical Association. She stated she would like to discuss the issue further with a Council Member at a future date. 8. CONSENT AGENDA Mayor Pro Tem Runels asked staff to explain why an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) was necessary for the Creekside Center project (Item a.j.). Director Strong explained that due to the historic structures on the site and the conflicting opinions regarding the significance of the structures, an EIR is required in order to comply with CEQA regulations. Council Member Lubin moved and Council Member Ferrara seconded the motion to approve Consent Agenda Items 8.a. through 8.j., with the recommended courses of action: 8.a. Cash Disbursement Ratification. Action: Approved the listings o( cash disbursements for the period January 1, 2002 through January 15, 2002. 8.b. Consideration of Cash Flow Analysis/Approval of Interfund Advance from the Water Facility Fund. Action: Received and filed November 2001 Cash Report and approved the interfund advance from the Water Facility Fund to cover cash deficits in other funds at 11/30/01. 8.c. Consideration of Project Development (AB-1600) Fees. Action: Accepted and filed the report on the receipt and use of AB-1600 fees during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2001. 8.d. Consideration of Annual Adjustment of Impact Fees. Action: Adopted Resolution No. 3574 approving the annual adjustment to the City's Impact Fees. 8.e. Consideration of In-lieu Fee for Off-Street Parking Adjustment. . Action: Adopted Resolution No. 3575 approving an adjustment to the in-lieu fees for off-street parking in the Parking and Business Improvement area of the Village. 8.f. Consideration of Approval of Minutes. Action: Approved minutes for the Special and Regular City Council Meetings of December 11, 2001, and for the Regular City Council Meeting of January 8, 2002 as submitted. 8.g. Rejection of Claim Against City - D. Cashier. Action: Rejected claim. --.- CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 22, 2002 PAGE 3 - . 8.h. Consideration of Payment to Utility Companies for Work on the Oak Park Boulevard Widening Project, Project PW-OO-01. Action: 1) Authorized payments that total $101,800 to affected utility companies including Pacific Gas & Electric ($80,500), Pacific Bell ($14,800), and Charter Communications ($6,500) for design and construction services on the Oak Park Boulevard Widening Project; and 2) Authorized the City Manager to approve change orders not to exceed the contingency of $10,800 for use only if needed for unanticipated undergrounding costs during the construction phase of the project. 8.i. Authorization to Refund Application Fees for the Arroyo Grande Village Improvement Association Christmas Caroling in the Village. Action: Considered and approved request to refund the fee for Temporary Use Permit 01-029. a.j. Consideration of EIR Consultant Services Agreement, Creekside Center Project. Action: 1) Approved the Consultant Services Agreement; and 2) Approved the Applicant's Agreement. AYES: Lubin, Ferrara, Dickens, Runels NOES: None ABSENT: Lady There being 4 AYES, 0 NOES, and 1 ABSENT, the motion is hereby declared to be passed. i [ 9. PUBLIC HEARING I I , 9.a. Consideration of Conditional Use Permit Case No. 01-010 to Construct a 60- I I Unit Senior Apartment Complex and a 3,000 Square Foot Senior Recreation Center. Community Development Director Strong presented the staff report. He explained that the Council preYiously considered this project on December 11, 2001 and continued the public hearing to request staff to prepare policy language regarding financial assistance from the City's Affordable Housing In-Lieu Fund and park fee waivers. The Planning Commission recommended the Council adopt a Resolution adopting a mitigated negative declaration, instructing the Director of Administrative Services to file a Notice of Determination, and approving Conditional Use Permit Case No. 01-010. Staff further recommended the Council review the information provided regarding affordable hosing assistance allocation for the proposed project and authorize housing funding assistance in the amount of $40,700; and review the information provided regarding the applicant's request for park fee waivers and authorize a fee waiver of $3,985 of the Community Center Impact Fees and fee credit of $39,671.84 for Park Development Fees. , I I I ~- ~- ! CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 22, 2002 PAGE 4 - ~ Mayor Pro Tem Runels opened the Public Hearing and stated all members of the public were invited to come forward and speak on the matter. Ray Abdun-Nur, 955 Via Las Aguilas, stated he had spoken on the issue previously. He said the main concem of the Homeowners Association was the impact of increased traffic and safety of the senior citizens. He made several suggestions and requested the Council reconsider the traffic issues. He also stated he would like to see a concrete tile roof on the project in order to better blend in with the surrounding buildings and to eliminate a fire hazard as the building backs up to wooded open space. Earl Paulding, 232 La Cresta Drive, spoke in support of senior housing in this area. He said persons inquiring about senior housing have approached him. He spoke of the non-profit corporation that was formed to operate a senior center within the project. Jerre Sumpter, 575 Via Las Aguilas, stated he would ask what can be assured with regard to traffic safety. He referred to Camino Mercado from Rancho Parkway to W. Branch and the number of driveways along the stretch of road. He wanted to know what could be done to ensure traffic moves safely. He also requested consideration for a tile roof on the project, referring to all similar surrounding commercial buildings in order to provide for a comparable visual effect. Gary Young, 2850 Mesa Alta Lane, applicant, referred to his written correspondence ! included in the staff report and requested a' further reduction in the park fees above staffs recommendation; requested an increase in the affordable housing in-lieu fee ! , allocation due to the fact that 25% of the units were being allocated to moderate income ! ! seniors; and requested more clarification and a commitment from the City with regard to I the amount and timing of reimbursement from the Traffic Signalization Fund for the I traffic signal required to be installed. , I , I Hearing no further public comments, Mayor Pro Tem Runels closed the Public Hearing. I i i Council Member Lubin asked questions of the applicant regarding the proposed roof I , material; commented that in terms of traffic, any issues that arise could be brought to i the Traffic Commission to consider potential parking restrictions or red-curbs; and asked about the formulas used for calculating the affordable housing allocation and park fee waiver. Council Member Ferrara also asked questions of the applicant regarding the proposed roof material and strongly suggested that concrete tile or flat concrete look-alike tile would be more accepted and look more pleasing aesthetically. Mr. Young stated the Architectural Review Committee had unanimously agreed with the proposed craftsman-style theme for the project. He stated a tile roof would not be compatible with that type of theme. He stated that the roof would have the appearance CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 22, 2002 PAGE 5 of a shingle roof for architectural relief and would blend in with the surrounding landscape. Council Member Ferrara referred to the signalization issue and asked if there was a composite traffic plan for Camino Mercado. He asked for clarification that when other approved projects are built, they would also contribute their fair share for the signal. Public Works Director Spagnolo replied yes, that through an agreement the applicant would be reimbursed for its costs. Council Member Ferrara stated that given the variables on Camino Mercado, increased circulation with this project, the Kolbo project, and the Cool project, he could not ignore the increase in traffic, despite the installation of the signal. He suggested the need to start focusing on a comprehensive traffic plan for this road in order to ease the additional traffic burden. Director Spagnolo agreed and mentioned some of the overall concepts that have been addressed in the Brisco/Hwy 101 Project Study Report. Council Member Ferrara asked questions of Parks, Recreation, and Facilities Director Hemandez regarding waiving of park fees and agreed with the approach used to calculate a waiver for this project. Council Member Ferrara concluded by stating he was hoping for better architectural blending with regard to roofing material; expressed that the traffic issue is a concern; I commented that congestion within the urban core is going to intensify; and a traffic plan I is needed to address these issues. He stated that with regard to the safety issue, he was not as concerned with this proposal as with the previously proposed project, as this L would not be an assisted living facility and steps had been taken to reduce the grade. He agreed there was a need for moderate-income senior housing and a place for seniors to meet. He favored approving the fee waivers as recommended. Council Member Dickens agreed that the cumulative traffic impact would definitely need to be addressed. He believed that this project had other factors that outweigh other issues, and referred to conditions of approval #63 which addresses street widening; #66 regarding the requirement for installation of a traffic signal; and #67 requiring the installation of curb and sidewalk. After asking for clarification regarding the sample roof material and the difference between the 35 and 40-year roof, he expressed a desire that the roof show more definition. He commented that with regard to the park fees, the City could collect park improvement fees over the next ten years and not be able to build a facility as proposed by the applicant. He stated he would favor a 100% waiver of the park fees and urged the Council to reconsider. He supported staffs recommendation regarding the housing in-lieu fee allocation and had no issue with the traffic signal reimbursement agreement if the applicant could work the details out with staff. Mayor Pro Tem Runels referred to condition of approval #13, which states the development shall be restricted to senior citizens ages 55 and older, and asked if both CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 22, 2002 PAGE 6 spouses have to be 55 or older. Director Strong stated that the intent of the condition was that one person qualifies. Mayor Pro Tem Runels spoke about the water neutralization program and commented that most facilities in the City had been retrofitted. He suggested that the City require an in-lieu payment instead. Director Spagnolo replied that the City offers the applicant the ability/option to pay a fee or to retrofit. Council Member Lubin asked when the applicant would be reimbursed for the traffic signal expenses. Director Spagnolo responded that those details would be negotiated in the Traffic Signal Reimbursement Agreement. City Attomey Carmel suggested that perhaps the Council would like to set parameters for reimbursement. Discussion ensued on the matter. There was further discussion on the difference between the park development and park improvement fees and what they are used for and clarification of existing policies and procedures on fee waivers. Council Member Lubin stated that he could support some increase in the waiver, but not a 100% waiver of the park fees; he supported the affordable housing fee allocation, however, he felt it was prudent for the Council to direct how the reimbursement was paid and suggested a "pay as you go" method of reimbursement; agreed that the concerns expressed about the roof material were valid, howeyer a 40 year composite roof is good, proYides good definition, and would blend in; agreed regarding the need to look at concerns with traffic as the project moves forward; commented that the sooner the project gets moving, the sooner the signal would be installed; and strongly recommended the painting of a center line along Camino Mercado. He supported the project as proposed. Council Member Ferrara expressed concern with altering the policy with regard to fee waivers and supported allowing the applicant to use the protest process currently in effect. Discussion ensued about the protest procedure and suggestions for setting a I specified time of reimbursement to the applicant for the installation of the traffic signal. Staff was directed to include a two (2) year term in the Traffic Signal Reimbursement Agreement. City Manager Adams suggested adding a condition to the project regarding the senior center, which would require the applicant to enter into an agreement with the entity in charge of the operation of such a center. City Attorney Carmel stated that subject to the ,applicant's approval, the condition could read as follows: "Condition #83. Senior Center Aoreement. Prior to issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy, the applicant shall enter into an agreement with a private, non-profit entity or public entity for the operation of the Senior Center within the project for the maximum benefit of the Arroyo Grande and South County senior citizen community. The Agreement shall have a minimum term of I I , CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 22, 2002 PAGE 7 . ten (10) years and shall be subject to the approval of the City of Arroyo Grande City Manager and City Attorney." Mr. Young agreed to added Condition #83, as proposed. Council Member Lubin moved to 1) Approve a Resolution, as amended to add . Condition #83, adopting a mitigated negative declaration, instructing the Director of Administrative Services to file a Notice of Determination, and approving Conditional Use Permit Case No. 01-010, located at 579 Camino Mercado, applied for by Central Coast Real Estate Development, Inc., 2) Authorize housing funding assistance in the amount of $40,700; and 3) Authorize a fee waiver of $3,985 of the Community Center Impact Fees and fee credit of $39,671.84 for Park Development Fees. Council Member Ferrara seconded the motion. 10. CONTINUED BUSINESS None. 11. NEW BUSINESS 11.a. Proposed Process for Traffic Way Area Strategic Plan. City Manager Adams presented the staff report. He explained that staff had started to identify a number of issues and needs of existing businesses on Traffic Way,including parking, traffic, and ability for expansion. He explained the purpose of the Strategic Plan was to facilitate retention and expansion of existing businesses on Traffic Way, which is a primary objective of the City's economic development strategy and program, and identify options for land uses and redevelopment opportunities. Community Development Director Strong further explained that a portion of Traffic Way is designated as Mixed Use and explained the process may include streetscape ideas and design guidelines. Mayor Pro Tem Runels stated that every business and property owner on Traffic Way should be notified prior to any meetings. City Manager Adams explained that the I process would be more focused due to smaller group meetings. Council Member Lubin asked about the status of design engineering for E. Grand Avenue. Director Strong replied that a presentation on the E. Grand Avenue Master Plan was scheduled for the February 12th Council meeting. Mayor Pro Tem Runels opened up the item for public comment, and upon hearing none, brought the issue back to Council for consideration. Council directed staff to proceed with the proposed Traffic Way Area Strategic Plan process. - - CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 22, 2002 PAGE 8 . . 12. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS a. MAYOR MICHAEL LADY (Mayor Lady was absent) (1) South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District (SSLOCSD). No report. (2) Other. None. b. MAYOR PRO TEM THOMAS A. RUNELS (1) Zone 3 Advisory Board. Met last week to discuss water treatment plant upgrade and progress; Budget going to Finance Committee for review in February. (2) County Water Resources Advisory Committee (WRAC). No report. (3) Other. None. c. COUNCIL MEMBER JIM DICKENS (1) Community Recreation Center Subcommittee. Meets tomorrow. Will be looking at progress in giving presentations to neighboring cities. (2) Economic Opportunity Commission (EOC). Distributed copies of Resolution adopted by the EOC Board relating to the Tobacco Settlement Initiative Position Statement. (3) South County Youth Coalition. No report. Meets next month. (4) Other. None. d. COUNCIL MEMBER TONY M. FERRARA (1) Integrated Waste Management Authority Board (IWMA). Mayor Pro Tem Runels attended last meeting as the alternate. Discussed expansion of composting area. (2) Air Pollution Control District (APCD). In process of selecting new APCO; final interviews to be held with hiring decision to be made soon. (3) San Luis Obispo Council of Governments/San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority (SLOCOG/SLORTA). Discussed State HCD housing mandate. At issue is the formulas HCD is using. SLOCOG will be proposing new figures and challenging the State's baseline figures. Currently waiting to see if the State will accept SLOCOG's proposal. (4) Other. None. e. COUNCIL MEMBER SANDY LUBIN (1) South County Area Transit (SCAT). Met in December. Major issue of discussion was the in-house running of SCAT operations. Reported that it was going well; however, the costs were more than anticipated, especially with respect to insurance liability and workers compensation. Also discussed routes and the potential of a route on Camino Mercado. Finally, decision was made to change the election of officers to the month of March. I I i ------ CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 22, 2002 PAGE 9 . - (2) Economic Vitality Corporation. Meets tomorrow. Expected to take action to hire Ray Johnson as President; receive a presentation from the CEO of Tenet Health Systems; and discuss expansion of Twin Cities Hospital in Templeton and Sierra Vista Hospital in San Luis Obispo. (3) Other. None. 13. CITY COUNCIL MEMBER ITEMS a) Request to place on a future agenda presentation from the County Administrator on Measure A. (Dickens) Council Member Dickens referred to the material he distributed earlier regarding the Tobacco Settlement Initiative Position Statement and requested the Council" consider inviting David Edge, County of San Luis Obispo Administrator, to give a presentation at a future meeting on Measure A which will be on the November ballot. Following discussion, the Council unanimously concurred to direct the City Manager to schedule the presentation on a future City Council Agenda under Special Presentations. 14. CITY MANAGER ITEMS None. I , 15. COUNCIL COMMUNICATIONS I Council Member Ferrara reported he had been contacted by several unhappy residents in Rancho Grande regarding the action taken by the Council" at its last meeting on the park issue. He stated concerns were expressed that there was a potential for the homes on the three parcels to be exempt from the Homeowners Association. City Manager Adams responded he was aware of the issue, discussions had been held, and the issue would be addressed. 16. STAFF COMMUNICATIONS None. 17. ADJOURNMENT Mayor Pro Tem Runels adjourned the meeting at 9:30 p.m. Thomas A. Runels, Mayor Pro Tem ATTEST: Kelly Wetmore, Director of Administrative Servicesl Deputy City Clerk - --..- ---- - 8.f. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: DON SPAGNOLO, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS/CITY ENGINEER eft SUBJECT: CONSIDERATION OF AUTHORIZATION TO SOLICIT BIDS FOR THE SPRING 2001/02 SLURRY SEAL PROJECT, PW.2002-01 DATE: FEBRUARY 12, 2002 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended the Council: A. authorize the Public Works Department to solicit public construction bids for the Spring 2001/02 Slurry Seal capital improvement project; B. find that the project is categorically exempt from CEQA pursuant to Section 15301 (c); and C. direct the Director of Administrative Services to file a Notice of Exemption. FUNDING: i The FY 2001/02 Capital Improvement Program budget includes approximately $174,400.00 for the Annual Street Maintenance Project/Pavement Management I System capital improvement project. The estimated cost for the project is $165,250. ! The balance of the funds will be carried to the next fiscal year to provide for future projects. DISCUSSION: The Public Works Department has completed the plans and specifications for the Spring 2001/02 Slurry Seal capital improvement project. Attachment 1 lists the recommended streets for the project in accordance with the recommendations of the June, 2001 Pavement Management Report, adopted by Council on August 28, 2001. Due to the availability of funds, staff has combined the Report's rehabilitation recommendations for Fiscal Year 2001-02 with Fiscal Year 2002-03. The estimated cost is approximately $165,250 to perform slurry sealing, restriping, and traffic control for the streets identified in Attachment 1. This project is being coordinated with the City of San Luis Obispo street maintenance project creating an economy of scale to provide a potential cost savings for this work, which is scheduled for March 12,2002. i MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: KELLY WETMORE, DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES~ SUBJECT: REVISION TO JANUARY 22, 2002 MINUTES (ITEM a.e.) DATE: February 12, 2002 Attached is a revision to Page 7 of the January 22, 2002 City Council Minutes (Agenda Item B.e.). The roll-call vote was inadvertently omitted. .~~ CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 22, 2002 PAGE 7 ten (10) years and shall be subject to the approval of the City of Arroyo Grande City Manager and City Attorney." Mr. Young agreed to added Condition #83, as proposed. Council Member Lubin moved to 1) Approve a Resolution, as amended to add Condition #83, adopting a mitigated negative declaration, instructing the Director of Administrative Services to file a Notice of Determination, and approving Conditional Use Permit Case No. 01-010, located at 579 Camino Mercado, applied for by Central Coast Real Estate Development, Inc., 2) Authorize housing funding assistance in the amount of $40,700; and 3) Authorize a fee waiver of $3,985 of the Community Center Impact Fees and fee credit of $39,671.84 for Park Development Fees. Council Member Ferrara seconded the motion, and on the following roll-call vote, to wit: AYES: Lubin, Ferrara, Dickens, Runels NOES: None I ABSENT: Lady There beinQ 4 AYES, 0 NOES, and 1 ABSENT, the motion is hereby declared to be . passed. 10. CONTINUED BUSINESS None. 11. NEW BUSINESS 11.a. Proposed Process for Traffic Way Area Strategic Plan. City Manager Adams presented the staff report. He explained that staff had started to identify a number of issues and needs of existing businesses on Traffic Way, including parking, traffic, and ability for expansion. He explained the purpose of the Strategic Plan was to facilitate retention and expansion of existing businesses on Traffic Way, which is a primary objective of the City's economic development strategy and program, and identify options for land uses and redeyelopment opportunities. Community Development Director Strong further explained that a portion of Traffic Way is designated as Mixed Use and explained the process may include streetscape ideas and design guidelines. Mayor Pro Tem Runels stated that every business and property owner on Traffic Way should be notified prior to any meetings. City Manager Adams explained that the process would be more focused due to smaller group meetings. Council Member Lubin asked about the status of design engineering for E. Grand Avenue. Director Strong replied that a presentation on the E. Grand Avenue Master Plan was scheduled for the February 12th Council meeting. -- -----.-.-.-. --.- Staff has determined that the project is categorically exempt from CEQA pursuant to Section 15301 (c). AL TERNA TIVES: The following altematives are provided for the Council's consideration: . Approve staffs recommendations; . Do not approve staffs recommendations; . Modify as appropriate and approve staffs recommendations; or . Provide direction to staff. Attachments: 1. Base Bid Schedule 2. Location Map 3. Project Schedule 4. Notice of Exemption Spring 2001/2002 Slurry Seal Program Attachment 1 City of Arroyo Grande, CA Project No. PW-2002-01 February 1, 2002 11- StTHl From To ......(of) E.t CMt Schad $ Schedule A A1 Acorn Drive Equestrian Way Equestrian Way 57,200 $8,008 J>:2 Arabian Drive Vista Drive End 25,320 $3,545 A3 Deer Trail Circle Equestrian Way End 27,200 $3,808 A4 Equestrian Way James Way City Limits 177,360 $24,830 A5 Mustang Circle Equestrian Way End 14,200 $1.988 A6 Oak Leaf Circle Equestrian Way End 10,000 $1,400 A7 Scenk: Circle Equestrian Way End 14,800 $2,072 A8 Vista Circle Equestrian Way End 14,800 $2,072 A9 Vista Drive Equesuian Way End 48,000 $6,720 $54,443 Schedule B B1 Avenida de Diamanta Via Bandolero Via Bandalero 112,500 $15,750 82 Calle Carman Via Bandalero End 6,960 $974 B3 Cane Cuervo Via Las Agullas End 6,960 $974 B4 Callada Corte Avenida De Diamanta End 9,936 $1,391 B5 Cuerdo Corte Avenida De Diamante End 8,000 $1,120 B6 Dos Carras Via Las Aguilas End 9,030 $1,264 B7 Palos Secas Rancho Parkway End 18,900 $2.646 88 Refugio Place Rancho Parkway End 16,200 $2.268 B9 Via Poca Rancho Parkway Via BandaJero 7,992 $1,119 810 Via Vaquero Avenida De Diamanta Via Bandalero 24,000 $3,360 $30,867 Schedule C C1 Canyon Way Tally Ho Road City Limits 48,060 $6,728 C2 Chaparrai Lane Spanish Moss Lane End 24,400 $3,416 C3 Colina Corte James Way Via La Barranca 15,660 $2,192 C4 Cuesta Place Via La Barranca End 7,416 $1,038 C5 Emerald Bay East Rodeo Drive End 17,200 $2.408 I i C6 Emerald Bay West Rodeo Drive End 17,840 $2,498 l C7 Grace Lane Rodeo Drive Chapparal Lane 5,400 $756 ! C8 Ladera Place Via La Barranca End 4,536 $635 C9 Mesquite Lane Chapparal Lane James Way 49.720 $6,961 C10 Spanish Moss Lane Chapparal Lane Mesquite Lane 46,000 $6,440 C11 Via La Barranca Tally Ho Road End 44,568 $6,240 $39,312 Schedule D D1 Mercedes Lane Rodeo Drive End 81,800 $11,424 D2 Old Ranch Road W. Branch Street Merdedes Lane 73,600 $10,304 $21,728 Schedule E E1 Bambi Court Tiger Tail Drive End 15.520 $2.173 E2 Mesa Drive Tiger Tail Drive End 39.760 $5.566 E3 .Tiger Tail Drive Valley Road End 36,600 $5,124 E4 Via Berros Valley Road City Limits 13.650 $1.911 $14.774 i Schedule F I F1 Fire Station Parking Lot Traffic Way n/a 9,643 $1.350 $1,350 I Schedule G G1 Corona Del Terra Brighton AI/enue End 18,660 $2,643 $2,643 Estimated Totals 1,179,411 sf 5185,118 b .I~ L5~ Attachment 2 (,/)0..... ~I-q ZC'll a::w~ 3~1 :~l e~ . "'0..0 8~Z N~b C) w ~!::a i t a::~a:: ~Oo.. " 1 'I .., . I Attachment 3 I ((lilyoJ~ca~ Tentative Project Schedule For Spring 2001/02 Slurry Seal Project Contract Documents & Specifications Complete ....................... February 1, 2002 Authorization to Solicit Bids (at City CouociI -1\g) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. February 12, 2002 I"NoticetoBidders ........................................... February 15, 2002 2- Notice to Bidders. . . .. . .. . . . . . . .. . .. .. . . .. . . .. . . . .. . . . .. . . .. February 22,2002 Pre-Construction Job Walk (Thursday, 2:00 p.m. City CouDcil Chambers) . . . . . . .. February 28, 2002 . Bid Opening (Tuesday, 2:00 p.m. City CouDcil Chambers) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. March 12, 2002 Award of Bid (at City CouociI meetiDg) ................................. March 26, 2002 Notice of Award ................................................ March 29, 2002 NoticetoProceed ................................................ April 10, 2002 Contract Completion (30 calendar days) ................................... May 9, 2002 I I jep:232.'6311P1q.t SdIoduIo 10.01.wpd I I I ---.---- I I I Notloe of Exemption Attachment 4 To: 0 Office of Planning and Research From: (public Agency) City of Arroyo Grande 1440 Tenth Streer, Room 121 P.O. Box 550 Sacramento, CA 95814 Arroyo Grande. CA 93421 [!] County Clerk County of San Luis Obispo County Government Center San Luis Obispo, CA 93408 Project Title: SDri1lf! 2001/2002 Slurrv Seal CODilal ImDJ"OvementProieCI Project Location - Specific: In d1B Citv of Arrovo Grande on the following uish"n'Z Daved roads: Acorn Dr. AraMan Dr.. Ave1lida de Diaman" Bambi CL Calle Carmen Calle Cuervo C01l1lOn Wav. ChaDarral Lane Colina Corte Collado Corle Corolla Del Tierra. Cuudo Corle Cuesta PI.. Deer Trail Circle. Dos Cerros Emerald Bav E. Emerald Bav W. Em,esman Way: Grace Lalls Ladera PI. Mercedes Ln. Mesa Dr. Mesouite Ln. Muslan~ Circle Oak Leaf Circle Old Ranch Rd. Palos SeeDS. RelUrtio PI. Sce"ic Circle. SDonisJr Moss Lnoo Ti""" Tail Dr. Via Berros. Via La BaITance Via Poco. Via Vaauero Vista Circle Vista Dr. Project Location. City: Arrovo Grande Project Location. County: San Luis Obisoo Description of Project: Asoha/t maintenance for Cilv streets. Provides" for slurrv seals. crack sealinv and Dot hole reDoir of mstillr! streets. Name of Public Agency Approving Project: Citv of Arrovo Grande - Public Works DeDartmellt Name of Person or Agency Carrying Project Out Project: Exempt Status: (check olle) 0 Ministerial (Section 12080(bXI); 15268); 0 Declared Emergency (Sec. 21080(bX3); 15269(0)); o Emergel1cyProject (Sec. 21080(bX4); I 5269(bXc)); [!] Categorical Exemption. State type and section number: Sectian 15301 (e) I 0 Statutory Exemptions. State code number: I Reasons Why Project Is Exempt: Proiect consists of maintenance and reDair of exist;lIv streets which does lIot illclude removal of allv scenic resource. I i Lead Agency I Contact Person: Michael Linn. P.E. Area CodcITelcphonclE>.1cnsion: (80S) 473-5444 , If filed by Applicant: I I I 1. Attach a certified document of exemption tinding. I 2. Has a Notice of Exemption been tiled by the public agency approving the project? 0 Yes ONo Signalure: Date: Title:. Assistant City Emziilccr [!] Signed by Lead Agency o Date reeeivc:d for tiling at OPl<.: o Si8ned by Applicant J 8_g_ MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: DON SPAGNOLO, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS/CITY ENGINEER r/f6 SUBJECT: CONSIDERATION OF CONSULTANT SERVICES CONTRACT AMENDMENT FOR KIM ROMANO DATE: FEBRUARY 12, 2002 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended the Council approve and authorize the Mayor to execute the amended consultant services agreement for Kim Romano to provide additional staff support for the Traffic Commission. FUNDING: Funding for this amendment is included within the FY 2001/02 Public Works Administration/Engineering budget for consultant services. The amended budget for this item is $60,702 and the anticipated cost for the remainder of FY 2001/02 is $8,500. DISCUSSION: The City entered into a consultant service agreement with Kim Romano on June 15, 2000 to assist in the preparation and presentation of agenda items to the Traffic Commission. The contract recently expired and requires an amendment to continue the services. The consultant is assigned work at the discretion of the Director of Public Works. Staff presented approximately 40 agenda items in FY 2000/01 to the Traffic ! Commission to take public input and advise staff and the City Council. In order to address the traffic concerns of the City, staff is recommending that the contract with Kim Romano be amended to continue to provide additional support to the I Traffic Commission. The amendment maintains the rate of compensation at $45.00 per hour. I I AL TERNA TIVES: i The following alternatives are provided for the Council's consideration: i i i , . Approve staff's recommendation; I I . Do not approve staff's recommendation; . Modify as appropriate and approve staff's recommendation; or . Provide direction to staff. Attachment: 1. Amendment No.1 to Consultant Services Agreement I r , , , I Attachment 1 CONSULTANT SERVICES AGREEMENT Amendment No.1 THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this 12lhday of February, 2002 by and between the CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE, State of California (hereinafter referred to as "CITY"), and KIM ROMANO, an independent consultant (hereinafter referred to as "CONSULTANT"). WITNESSETH: WHEREAS, CITY has need for a Consulting Civil Engineer; and WHEREAS, CONSULTANT represents that she is qualified to perform the services required by this Agreement; and NOW, THEREFORE, the parties do mutually agree as follows: 1. SCOPE OF SERVICES. Pursuant to this Agreement, CONSULTANT shall be engaged by CITY to provide services as a Consulting Civil Engineer. CONSULTANT agrees to devote as. much time as is reasonably necessary to effectively perform the services required under this Agreement, services to include, but not limited to, preparation and presentation of agenda items to the Traffic Commission, as determined by the Director of Public Works. 2. COMPENSATION. CONSULTANT shall be compensated as follows: a. CONSULTANT shall be paid at the rate of $45.00 per hour. b. CONSULTANT shall be entitled to no other compensation of benefits. 3. TERM OF AGREEMENT. This Agreement shall commence on February 13, 2002 and shall continue until terminated as specified herein. 4. TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT FOR CONVENIENCE. Either party has an absolute right to terminate this Agreement at any time by giving to the other party fifteen (15) days written notice of such termination, specifying the effective date of such I termination. Termination of the Agreement may be effectuated by the City Manager or I I his designee without the need for action, approval or ratification by the City Council. Termination shall have no effect upon the rights and obligations of the parties arising out of any transaction occurring prior to the effective date of such termination. CONSULTANT shall be paid for all work satisfactorily completed prior to the effective date of such termination. 5. WORKERS' COMPENSATION AND OTHER EMPLOYEE BENEFITS: CITY and CONSULTANT intend and agree that CONSULTANT is an independent contractor of CITY and agrees that CONSULTANT has no right to Workers' Compensation and other employee benefits. , , 6. NON-ASSIGNMENT OF AGREEMENT. This Agreement is intended to secure the individual services of CONSULTANT and thus CONSULTANT shall not assign, transfer, delegate, or sublet this Agreement, or any interest herein, without the prior written consent of CITY, and any such assignment, transfer, delegation or sublet without CITY's prior written consent shall be considered null and void. 7. COVENANT. This Agreement has been executed and delivered in the State of Califomia, and the validity, enforceability and interpretation of any of the clauses of this Agreement shall be determined and governed by the laws of the State of California. All duties and obligations of the parties created hereunder are performable in the City of Arroyo Grande and the County of San Luis Obispo shall be that venue for any action, or proceeding that may be brought or arise out of, in connection with or by reason of this Agreement. 8. ENFORCEABILITY. If any term, covenant, condition or provision of this Agreement is held by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, void or unenforceable, the remainder of the provisions hereof shall remain in full force and effect and shall in no way be affected, impaired or invalidated thereby. 9. NONDISCRIMINATION. There shall be no discrimination against any person employed pursuant to this Ag'reement in any manner forbidden b~ law.. 10. CONFLICTS OF INTEREST. CONSULTANT agrees that, during the term of this Agreement, she will not maintain any financial interest or engage in any other employment, occupation, work, endeavor, or association, whether compensated for or not, that would in any way conflict with, or impair CONSULTANT's ability to perform, the duties described in this Agreement. 11. ENTIRE AGREEMENT AND MODIFICATION. This Agreement constitutes the entire understanding of the parties hereto. This Agreement supersedes all previous contracts, agreements, negotiations or understandings, whether written or oral, between the parties. CONSULTANT shall be entitled to no other compensation than that specified herein, and CONSULTANT acknowledges that no representation,' inducements or promises not contained in this Agreement have been made to CONSULTANT to induce CONSULTANT to enter into this Agreement. No changes, amendments, or alterations hereto shall be effective unless in writing and signed by both parties. CONSULTANT specifically acknowledges that in entering into and executing this Agreement, CONSULTANT relies solely upon the provisions contained in this Agreement and no others. ~ . . IN WITNESS WHEREOF, CITY and CONSULTANT have executed this . . Agreement on the day and year first set forth above. CONSULTANT: KIM ROMANO CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE By: STEVE ADAMS City Manager APPROVED AS TO FORM: LYON & CARMEL By: TIMOTHY J. CARMEL City Attorney 3 i -.....---- ..-- - I a.h. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: DON SPAGNOLO, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS/CITY ENGINEE~ SUBJECT: CONSIDERATION OF ACCEPTANCE OF IMPROVEMENTS FOR TRACT 1834, PHASE 5 DATE: FEBRUARY 12, 2002 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended the Council adopt Resolution accepting improvements, offers of dedication, and easements within Tract 1834, Phase 5. FUNDING: There is no immediate fiscal impact. Maintenance of these facilities will be funded from Public Works maintenance funds in future years. DISCUSSION: Tract 1834, Phase 5 is located on the north side of James Way as shown on the attached sketch. The final map for this tract was approved by the Council on December 14, 1999 and was subsequently recorded on December 28,1999. The required improvements have been constructed and the developer is required to warranty the improvements for a period of one year following acceptance. Staff has inspected the improvements and recommends that the Council accept the improvements I and the offers of dedication. The roadways for Tract 1834, Phase 5 have been subject to extensive construction traffic, I , I which has resulted in numerous stains, patches, and premature aging. The developer has agreed to place an oil seal coat over all proposed public roads for Phase 5; however, due to the continued home construction, the oil seal coat will not be applied until the completion of the one year warranty period. Staff estimated that the oil seal coat for Phase 5 is within the 10% warranty bond amount. I AL TERNA TIVES: The following altematives are provided for the Council's consideration: - Approve staffs recommendation; I - Do not approve staffs recommendation; I i - Modify as appropriate and approve staffs recommendation; or I - Provide direction to staff. t Attachments: Exhibit 1 - Location Map of Phase 5 -- .~ ~ .-* ~ 0 f0- b z = a z :I 0 III ~ ... .- ~." .. CD ...W ... ...= - II U% - % ~A. >< ... W RESOLUTION NO. . . A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE ACCEPTING OFFERS OF DEDICATION, OFFERS OF EASEMENTS, AND IMPROVEMENTS WITHIN TRACT 1834, PHASE 5 WHEREAS, the City Council approved the final map for Tract 1834, Phase 5 on December 14,1999, and the map was subsequently recorded on December 28,1999; and, WHEREAS, offers to dedicate right of way and easements to the public were provided on the final map for Tract 1834, Phase 5; and, WHEREAS, the developer has constructed the improvements required by the Tract 1834 conditions of approval. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande does hereby accept the public improvements constructed for Tract 1834, Phase 5 and accepts the following offers of dedication and public easements, as shown on the final map for Tract 1834, Phase 5, recorded December 28, 1999 in book 19 of maps, at page 03 in the Office of the Recorder of the County of San Luis Obispo, State of California: 1. Street Right of Ways for Salada Del Sol, Sombrillo, and Rosemary Lane; 2. Street Tree Easements; 3. Public Utility Easements. On motion of Council Member , seconded by Council Member , and by the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: I NOES: , i' , ABSENT: ~ , i , the foregoing Resolution was passed and adopted this day of 2002. i , i ! ! I I I I ! I I I f I ! i -~--_._._- J RESOLUTION NO. . . PAGE 2 MICHAEL A. LADY, MAYOR ATTEST: KELLY WETMORE, DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICESI DEPUTY CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO CONTENT: STEVEN ADAMS, CITY MANAGER APPROVED AS TO FORM: I I TIMOTHY J. CARMEL, CITY ATTORNEY I I i 8.1. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: DON SPAGNOLO, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS/CITY ENGINEER~ SUBJECT: CONSIDERATION OF ACCEPTANCE OF IMPROVEMENTS FOR LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT NO. 96-531, SOUTH ELM STREET, AND A PORTION OF FARROLL AVENUE (GIN/KEITH) DATE: FEBRUARY 12, 2002 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended the Council adopt Resolution accepting the following: A. public improvements constructed for Lot Line Adjustment 96-531 including improvements to Elm Street, Farrall Avenue, Brittany Avenue, Hampton Place, and Carrington Place. , I I B. offers of dedication for public road right-of way, public utilities, pedestrian access, ; traffic control devices, and tree planting easements as recorded in Doc No: 1997- 072653 and Doc No. 1997-072654 of Official Records, County of San Luis Obispo, State of California. I I , i C. offers of dedication for public road right-of way and public utilities easements as i I recorded in Doc No. 1997-072657, Doc No. 1997-072658, and Doc No. 1997- 072659 of Official Records, County of San Luis Obispo, State of Califomia. I r [ FUNDING: , There is no immediate fiscal impact. Maintenance of these facilities will be funded from Public Works maintenance funds in future years. DISCUSSION: Public improvements for the development as shown on the location map at the comer of S. Elm Street and Farroll Avenue have been completed. The improvements are within existing public right of way and are maintained by the City. Mid-State Bank is holding a letter of credit in the amount of $55,034.08 (Faithful Performance Bond) and a letter of credit in the amount of $27,517.40 (Labor and Materials Bond). These letters of credit will be released when the improvements are accepted by the City. The public improvements that will be accepted include the following: . Farroll Avenue - Street widening, concrete curb, gutter and sidewalk, water main, storm drain pipe. . Elm Street - Street widening, concrete curb, gutter and sidewalk, and the storm drain system. . Brittany Avenue, Hampton Place, and Carrington Place - Full street improvements, concrete curb, gutter and sidewalk, water main, and sewer main. The improvements have been completed and staff recommends that the Council accept the offers of dedication and the improvements for maintenance. I n accordance with the improvement agreement for the Lot Line Adjustment, the developer is required to warranty the improvements for a period of one year following acceptance of the improvements. A one year maintenance bond will be provided by the developer, prior to release of the letters of credit previously discussed in the staff report. AL TERNA TIVES: The following alternatives are provided for the Council's consideration: - Approve staffs recommendation; - Do not approve staffs recommendation; - Modify as appropriate and approve staffs recommendation; or - Provide direction to staff. Attachment: Exhibit 1 - Location Map of Improvements for LLA 96-531 . . RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE ACCEPTING IMPROVEMENTS AND IRREVOCABLE AND PERPETUAL OFFERS TO DEDICATE RELATED TO LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT 96-531 WHEREAS, the developer has constructed the improvements required by the Conditions of Approval of Lot Line Adjustment 96-531; and, WHEREAS the developer has recorded the required Irrevocable and Perpetual offers to dedicate. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande does hereby accept the following public improvements constructed for Lot Line Adjustment 96-531, the specific location of which is shown in Exhibit "1" attached hereto and incorporated herein: , , . Farroll Avenue - Street widening, concrete curb, gutter and sidewalk, water main, and I storm drain pipe. I I . Elm Street - Street widening, concrete curb, gutter and sidewalk, and the storm drain l l system. i ! . Brittany Avenue, Hampton Place, and Carrington Place - Full street improvements, , , concrete curb, gutter and sidewalk, water main, and sewer main. , BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande does I hereby accept the following offers of dedication: I I 1, Dedication for public road right-of way, public utilities, pedestrian access, i I traffic control devices, and tree planting easements as recorded in Doc No: I I 1997-072653 of Official Records, County of San Luis Obispo, State of i , California. I , Dedication for public road right-of way, public utilities, pedestrian access, I 2. I traffic control devices, and tree planting easements as recorded in Doc I No: 1997-072654 of Official Records, County of San Luis Obispo, State of i California. I I 3. Dedication for public road right-of way and public utilities easements as I recorded in Doc No: 1997-072657 of Official Records, County of San Luis Obispo, State of California. I I I I / . . RESOLUTION NO. PAGE 2 4. Dedication for public road right-of way and public utilities easements as recorded in Doc No: 1997-072658 of Official Records, County of San Luis Obispo, State of California. 5. Dedication for public road right-of way and public utilities easements as recorded in Doc No: 1997-072659 of Official Records, County of San Luis Obispo, State of California. On motion of Council Member , seconded by Council Member , and by the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: NOES: ABSENT: the foregoing Resolution was passed and adopted this 12th day of February 2002. I I ) , I i , I RESOLUTION NO. . . PAGE 3 MICHAELA. LADY, MAYOR ATTEST: KELLY WETMORE, DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICESI DEPUTY CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO CONTENT: , STEVE ADAMS, CITY MANAGER I I APPROVED AS TO FORM: I I I I TIMOTHY J. CARMEL, CITY ATTORNEY I I I ~ '<6 0 ,... '0 z .. ~~ d>>i ~\II .~ ~..I ~ .. \ U. \ - c 'ii <<i \ 0. cD ~~ -- \ ~ ~u. \II ~ ... Q~ 4\11 ~$ ~~ 1.;I;I'\I1.S VI,,;I 's 'O~ ..I /--------- ----------- 9.a. 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 on the following item: CASE NO. Development Code Amendment 01-002 APPLICANT: City of Arroyo Grande LOCATION: South of James Way on Collado Corte ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION: Mitigated Negative Declaration REPRESENTATIVE: RRM Design Group PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The proposed project consists of a Development Code Amendment to modify the Zoning Map from PF to Residential Surburban (RS) for a 1.40-acre portion of the Rancho Grande Park. The remaining 8.60 acres of the property will be developed as a community park. Any person affected or concerned by this application may submit written comments to the Administrative Services Department before the City Council Public Hearing, or appear and be heard in support of or opposition to the project and the environmental impacts at the time of hearing. Any person interested in the proposals 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.). 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, February 12, 2002, at 7:00 P.M. Place of Hearing: Arroyo Grande City Council Chambers 215 E. Branch Street Arroyo Grande, California 93420 . LJ<la0ftL- I Director of Administrative Services/ , Deputy City Clerk Publish 1T on Wednesday, January 30,2002 I I I I ! J MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: ROB STRONG ~ COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR BY: ~* KELLY HEFFERNON , ASSOCIATE PLANNER SUBJECT: PROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING MAP OF ARROYO GRANDE FROM PUBLIC AND QUASI-PUBLIC FACILITIES (PF) TO RESIDENTIAL SUBURBAN (RS) FOR A 1.40-ACRE PORTION OF RANCHO GRANDE PARK; DEVELOPMENT CODE AMENDMENT CASE NO. 01-001 DATE: FEBRUARY 12, 2002 RECOMMENDATION: The Planning Commission recommends the Council introduce for first reading by title only the attached Ordinance amending the Zoning Map from PF to RS for a 1.40-acre portion of the Rancho Grande Park site. FUNDING: No fiscal impact. BACKGROUND: On January 15, 2002 the Planning Commission considered three applications regarding the development of Rancho Grande Park and adopted the following Resolutions: 1. Resolution No. 02-1814 recommending approval of Development Code Amendment 01-001 to City Council 2. Resolution No. 02-1815 approving Tentative Parcel Map 01-001 3. Resolution No. 02-1816 approving Conditional Use Permit 02-001 DISCUSSION: The project consists of a Development Code Amendment to modify the Zoning Map from Public and Quasi-Public Facilities (PF) to Residential Suburban (RS) for the 1.40- acre portion of the Rancho Grande Park site. The Planning Commission already approved Tentative Parcel Map 01-001 to subdivide that 1.40-acre property into three I (3) single-family residential lots, and Conditional Use Permit 02-001 to develop the , , , , I __B_ -..-.-- -~ City Council Rancho Grande Park February 12, 2002 Page 2 of 3 remaining 8.6 acres of the property as a community park. Approval of Conditional Use Permit 02-001 was final at the Planning Commission level, and approval of Tentative Parcel Map 01-001 is contingent upon City Council approval of Development Code Amendment 01-001. The subdivision will create three residential lots consisting of 0.6, 0.4 and 0.4 acres. Changing the zoning designation from PF to RS is consistent with the recently updated General Plan land use designation of SFR-LM, since the density for both RS and SFR- OLM is 2.5 dwelling units per acre. The proposed density is 2.1 dwelling units per acre. The Rancho Grande Park Development Plan incorporates the amenities and activities of a "passive park". Improvements include a main park access off of James Way with 61 parking spaces located in two parking areas, pedestrian walkways throughout the site, basketball and volleyball courts, baseball diamond, playground area, horse shoe pits, picnic tables, barbeque areas, and restroom facilities. Plans have been prepared for grading, drainage, utilities, lighting, landscaping and irrigation. The project construction would be phased over a three to four year period of time. Development Code Amendment (DCA) The intent of the DCA is to bring the existing PF zoning of the 1.40 acres of the Park into compliance with the General Plan Urban Land Use Map. As proposed, the 1.40- acre area will be zoned RS, separate from the Rancho Grande Planned Development (PD 1.2). The Planning Commission added Condition of Approval No.9 for Tentative Parcel Map 01-001 specifying, "Design Review shall be required for each new residence to ensure architectural compliance with the surrounding development in the Rancho Grande Planned Development." Because the property is specifically excluded from the Rancho Grande Homeowner's Association, the City cannot at this time require that the future property owners be a part of the Rancho Grande HOA. However, . staff is researching what will be required to annex this property into the Rancho Grande HOA prior to sale of the lots. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT: Staff reviewed this project in compliance with the Califomia Enyironmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the CEQA Guidelines and recommended approval of a draft mitigated I negative declaration for the Development Code Amendment. On January 15, 2002, the Planning Commission adopted the final mitigated negative declaration for the Park and Tentative Parcel Map projects. ALTERNATIVES: I I The following altematives are presented for Council consideration: I I i , City Council Rancho Grande Park February 12, 2002 Page 3 of 3 1. Introduce the Ordinance; 2. Modify as appropriate and introduce the Ordinance; 3. Reject the Ordinance; or 4. Provide other direction to staff. Attachments: Ordinance approving Development Code Amendment 01-001 and amending the Zoning Map of Arroyo Grande Exhibit "A": Proposed Zoning Map Amendment 1. Planning Commission Resolution No. 02-1814 recommending approval of Development Code Amendment 01-001 to City Council 2. Planning Commission Resolution No. 02-1815 approving Tentative Parcel Map 01- 001 Exhibit "A": Conditions of Approval Exhibit "B": Tentative Parcel Map 3. Planning Commission Resolution No. 02-1816 approving Conditional Use Permit 02-001 Exhibit "A": Conditions of Approval Exhibits "B1 - B26": Project Plans for Rancho Grande Park 4. Draft Planning Commission Meeting Minutes of January 15, 2002 I I I I i I I ORDINANCE NO. . AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE AMENDING THE ZONING MAP OF ARROYO GRANDE; DEVELOPMENT CODE AMENDMENT 01- 001, APPLIED FOR BY THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE WHEREAS, the City of Arroyo Grande Zoning Map indicates that the 1.40-acre area identified in the attached Exhibit A ("project area"), located on the north side of Collado Corte, is located in the Public and Quasi-Public Facilities (PF) zoning district as a part of the proposed Rancho Grande Park; and WHEREAS, the applicant, the City of Arroyo Grande, has filed an application for Development Code Amendment 01-001 to amend the Zoning Map and designate the project area as Rural Suburban (RS); and WHEREAS, adoption of the proposed zoning designation would establish land use, development and design standards for the above described area; and WHEREAS, on October 9, 2001 the City Council certified the Program Environmental Impact Report prepared for the 2001 General Plan Update, which included a land use change for the project area from PF to low to Medium Density Single Family Residential (SFR - LM); and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission of the City of Arroyo Grande has reviewed Development Code Amendment 01-001 at a duly noticed public hearing on January 15, 2002, in accordance with the Development Code of the City of Arroyo Grande at which time all interested persons were given the opportunity to be heard; and WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande has considered Development Code Amendment 01-001 at a duly noticed pUblic hearing on 2002, in accordance with the Development Code of the City of Arroyo Grande at which time all interested persons were given the opportunity to be heard; and WHEREAS, the City Council has reviewed and considered the information and public. testimony presented at the public hearings, staff reports, and all other information and documents that are part of the public record; and WHEREAS, the City Council finds, after due study, deliberation and public hearing, the following circumstances exist: A. Based on the information contained in the staff report and accompanying materials, the proposed Development Code Amendment amending the Zoning Map is consistent with the goals, objectives, policies, and programs of the General Plan and is necessary and desirable to implement the provisions of the General Plan. t -- I ORDINANCE NO. PAGE 2 - . B. The proposed Development Code Amendment amending the Zoning Map will not adversely affect the public health, safety, and welfare or result in an illogical land use pattem. C. The proposed Development Code Amendment amending the Zoning Map is consistent with the purpose and intent of the Development Code. Residential development within the project area would be required to meet development and design standards under the RS zoning designation that insure orde'rly development. D. The potential environmental impacts of the proposed Development Code Amendment are insignificant or can be mitigated to a less than significant level. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED that the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande, Califomia hereby adopts Development Code Amendment 01-001 amending a portion of the Zoning Map as follows: SECTION 1: Development Code Section 16.24.020 is hereby amended as shown in Exhibit "An attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference. SECTION 2: If any section, subsection, subdivision, paragraph, sentence, or clause of this Ordinance or any part thereof is for any reason held to be unlawful, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining portion of this Ordinance or any part thereof. The City Council hereby declares that it would have passed each section, subsection, subdivision, paragraph, sentence, or clause thereof, irrespective of the fact that anyone or more section, subsection, subdivision, paragraph, sentence, or clause be declared unconstitutional. SECTION 3: Upon adoption of this Ordinance, the Director of Administrative Services . shall file a Notice of Determination. SECTION 4: Within fifteen (15) days after passage of this Ordinance, this Ordinance shall be published once, together with the names of the Council members voting thereon, in a newspaper of general circulation within the City. A summary of this Ordinance shall be published in a newspaper published and circulated in the City of Arroyo Grande at least five (5) days prior to the City Council meeting at which the proposed Ordinance is to be adopted. A certified copy of the full text of the proposed Ordinance shall be posted in the office of the Director of Administrative ServiceslDeputy City Clerk. Within fifteen (15) days after adoption of the Ordinance, the summary with the names of those City Council members voting for and against the Ordinance shall be published again, and the Director of Administrative Services/Deputy City Clerk shall post a certified copy of the full text of such adopted Ordinance. SECTION 5: This Ordinance shall take effect thirty (30) days after its adoption. r I -~-- -- i ORDINANCE NO. PAGE 3 On motion by Council Member , seconded by Council Member , and by the following roll call vote to wit: AYES: NOES: ABSENT: the foregoing Ordinance was adopted this _ day of 2002. ORDINANCE NO. PAGE 4 . . MICHAEL A. LADY, MAYOR ATTEST: KELLY WETMORE, DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICESI DEPUTY CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO CONTENT: STEVE ADAMS, CITY MANAGER APPROVED AS TO FORM: TIMOTHY J. CARMEL, CITY ATTORNEY ---.--- -- ORDINANCE NO. PAGE 4 . I, KELLY WETMORE, Director of Administrative Services/Deputy City Clerk of the City of Arroyo Grande, County of San Luis Obispo, State of California, do hereby certify that the following Ordinance No. C.S. is a true, full and correct copy of said Ordinance passed and adopted at a regular meeting of said Council on this day of ,2002. WITNESS my hand and the seal of the City of Arroyo Grande affixed this day of ,2002. KELLY WETMORE, DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICESI DEPUTY CITY CLERK I I I I , I I I I , I I I I I I I t I i I ! I I I I , i ~- i ------------ EXHIBIT A: Development Code Amendment ATTACHMENT 1 RESOLUTION NO. 02-1814 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL AMEND THE ZONING MAP OF THE CITY OF AROYO GRANDE IN DEVELOPMENT CODE AMENDEMENT CASE NO. 01-001, APPLIED FOR BY THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE WHEREAS, the City of Arroyo Grande Zoning Map indicates that the 1.40-acre area identified in the attached Exhibit "A", located on the north side of Collado Corte, is located in the Public and Quasi-Public Facilities (PF) zoning district as a part of the proposed Rancho Grande Park; and WHEREAS, the applicant, the City of Arroyo Grande, has filed Development Code Amendment 01-001 to amend the Zoning Map and designate the project area as Residential Suburban (RS); and WHEREAS, adoption of the proposed zoning would establish land use, development and design standards for the above described area; and WHEREAS, the City Council certified the Program Environmental Impact Report for the General Plan Update on October 9, 2001 which included a land use change for the subject property from PF to Low to Medium Density Single Family Residential (SFR - LM); and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission of the City of Arroyo Grande has reviewed Development Code Amendment 01-001 at a duly noticed public hearing on January 15, 2002, in accordance with the Development Code of the City of Arroyo Grande at which time all interested persons were given the opportunity to be heard; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has reviewed and considered the information and public testimony presented at the public hearings, staff reports, and all other information and documents that are part of the public record; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission finds, after due study, deliberation and public hearing, the following circumstances exist: 1. Based on the information contained in the staff report and accompanying materials, the proposed Development Code Amendment amending the Zoning Map is consistent with the goals, objectives, policies, and programs of the General Plan and is necessary and desirable to implement the provisions of the General Plan. t I RESOLUTION NO. 02-1814 PAGE 2 2. The proposed Development Code Amendment amending the Zoning Map will not adversely affect the public health, safety, and welfare or result in an illogical land use pattem. 3. The proposed Development Code Amendment amending the Zoning Map is consistent with the purpose and 'intent of the Development Code. Residential development within the project area would be required to meet development and design standards under the RS zoning designation that insure orderly development. 4. The potential environmental impacts of the proposed Development Code Amendment are insignificant or can be mitigated to a less than significant level, or there are overriding considerations that outweigh the potential impacts. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Planning Commission of the City of Arroyo Grande hereby recommends that the City Council approve Development Code Amendment Case No. 01-001, through adoption of the Ordinance attached hereto as Exhibit "B", thereby changing the zoning designation of the subject property from Public Facilities and Quasi-Public Facilities (PF) to Residential Suburban (RS). On motion by Commissioner , seconded by Commissioner , and by the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: NOES: ABSENT: the foregoing Resolution was adopted this 15th day of January 2002. ATTEST: Lyn Reardon-Smith, Commission Clerk Joseph M. Costello, Chair AS TO CONTENT: Rob Strong, Community Development Director ATTACHMENT 2 RESOLUTION NO. 02-1815 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE APPROVING VESTING TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP CASE NO. 01-001, LOCATED SOUTH OF JAMES WAY AND NORTH OF COLLADO CORTE, APPLIED FOR BY THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE WHEREAS, the City of Arroyo Grande has filed Vesting Tentative Parcel Map 01- 001 to subdivide an existing ten (10) acre parcel, located south James Way and north of Collado Corte, into four parcels of 8.6, 0.4, 0.4 and 0.6 acres; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission of the City of Arroyo Grande has considered Vesting Tentative Parcel Map Case No. 01-001 at a public hearing on January 15, 2002 in accordance with the Development Code of the City of Arroyo Grande; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has found that this project is consistent with the General Plan and Development Code; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has reviewed this project in compliance with the Califomia Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the State CEQA Guidelines, and the Arroyo Grande Rules and Procedures for Implementation of CEQA and has determined that a Mitigated Negative Declaration can be adopted; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission finds, after due study, deliberation and public hearing, the following circumstances exist: 1. The proposed Tentative Parcel Map is consistent with the goals, objectives, policies, plans, programs, intent, and requirements of the Arroyo Grande General Plan and the requirements of the Development Code. 2. The design of the Tentative Parcel Map or the proposed improvements are not likely to cause substantial environmental damage or substantially and avoidably injury to fish or wildlife or their habitat. 3. The design of the subdivision or proposed improvements is not likely to cause public health problems. l 4. The discharge of waste from the project into an existing community sewer system I will not result in violation of existing requirements as prescribed in Division 7 (commencing with Section 13000) of the Califomia Water Code. 5. Adequate public services and facilities exist or will be provided as a result of the proposed Tentative Parcel Map to support project development. f I I j I RESOLUTION NO. 02-1815 PAGE 2 I I I I 6. The site is physically suitable for the type of development that could be permitted in the PF and RS zoning districts. 7. The design of the Tentative Parcel Map or the type of improvements will not conflict with easements acquired by the public at large for access through, or use of, property within the proposed Tentative Parcel Map. Required CEQA Findings: 1. The City of Arroyo Grande has prepared an initial study pursuant to Section 15063 of the GUidelines of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), for Vesting Tentative Parcel Map 01-001. 2. Based on the initial study, a Mitigated Negative Declaration was prepared for public review. A copy of the Mitigated Negative Declaration and related materials is located at City Hall in the Community Development Department. 3. After holding a public hearing pursuant to State and City Codes, and considering the record as a whole, the Planning Commission adopts a negative declaration and finds that there is no substantial evidence of any significant adverse effect, either individually or cumulatively on wildlife resources as defined by Section 711.2 of the Fish and Game Code or on the habitat upon which the wildlife depends as a result of development of this project. Further, the Planning Commission finds that said Mitigated Negative Declaration reflects the City's independent judgment and analysis. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Planning Commission of the City of Arroyo Grande hereby approves Vesting Tentative Parcel Map Case No. 01-001, with the above findings and subject to the conditions as set forth in Exhibit "An, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference, and instructs the Planning Commission Secretary to file a Notice of Determination with the San Luis Obispo County Clerk. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this approval is preliminary to City Council approval of Development Code Amendment Case No. 01-00, and will become effective upon said action. On motion by Commissioner , seconded by Commissioner , and by the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: NOES: ABSENT: the foregoing Resolution was adopted this 15th day of January 2002. M.U RESOLUTION NO. 02-1815 PAGE 3 ATTEST: Lyn Reardon-Smith, Commission Clerk Joseph M. Costello, Chair AS TO CONTENT: Rob Strong, Community Development Director __--1 RESOLUTION NO. 02-1815 PAGE 4 EXHIBIT "A" CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL VESTING TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP CASE NO. 01-001 City of Arroyo Grande Rancho Grande Park COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GENERAL CONDITIONS: This approval authorizes the subdivision of a 10-acre parcel into four parcels of 0.4, 0.4, 0.6, and 8.6 acres each. 1. The applicant shall ascertain and comply with all Federal, State, County and City requirements as are applicable to this project. 2. The applicant shall comply with all conditions of approval for Vesting Tentative Parcel Map Case No. 01-001. 3. Development shall occur in substantial conformance with the plans presented to the Planning Commission at their meeting of January 15, 2002 and marked Exhibit liB", 4. This tentative map approval shall automatically expire on January 15, 2004 unless the final map is recorded or an extension is granted pursuant to Section 9- 02.140.C. of the Development Code. 5. The applicant shall, as a condition of approval of this tentative or final map application, defend, indemnify and hold harmless the City of Arroyo Grande, its present or former agents, officers and employees from any claim, action, or proceeding against the City, its past or present agents, officers, or employees to attack, set aside, void, or annul City's approval of this subdivision, which action is brought within the time period provided for by law. This condition is subject to the provisions of Govemment Code Section 66474.9, which are incorporated by reference herein as though set forth in full. DEVELOPMENT CODE: 6. Development shall conform to the Residential Suburban (RS) zoning requirements except as otherwise approved. 7. The developer shall comply with Development Code Chapter 9-4, "Land Divisions". 8. The developer shall comply with Development Code Chapter 9-14, "Dedications, Fees and Reservations." ---...------- I I I RESOLUTION NO. 02-1815 PAGE 5 PARKS, RECREATION AND FACILITIES DEPARTMENT PRIOR TO RECORDING THE MAP: 9. The applicant shall pay the current park development fee for each lot approved for residential development in accordance with City Ordinance 313 C.S. BUILDING AND FIRE DEPARTMENT 10. The project shall comply with the most recent editions of the Califomia State Fire and Building Codes and the Uniform Building and Fire Codes as adopted by the city of Arroyo Grande. PRIOR TO RECORDING THE MAP: 11. A fire hydrant shall be installed at the end of Collado Corte on north side of the cul- de-sac that has a fire flow of 1,000 gallons per minute for a duration of 2 hours. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT CONDITIONS GENERAL IMPROVEMENT REQUIREMENTS 12. Fees - The applicant shall pay all applicable City fees at the time they are due. 13. Site Maintenance - The developer shall be responsible during construction for cleaning city streets, curbs, gutters and sidewalks of dirt tracked from the project site. The flushing of dirt or debris to storm drain or sanitary sewer facilities shall not be permitted. The cleaning shall be done after each day's work or as directed by the Director of Public Works or the Community Development Director. 14. Public Works Improvements - All project improvements shall be designed and constructed in accordance with City of Arroyo Grande standards and specifications. The following improvement plans shall be prepared by a registered Civil Engineer and approved by the Public Works Department: a. Grading, drainage and erosion control. b. Water and sewer. 15. Site plan - The site improvement plans shall include the following: a. The location and size of all water, sewer, and storm water facilities within the project site and abutting streets or alleys. b. The location and size of all sewer laterals. c. The location, size and orientation of all trash enclosures. d. All parcel lines and easements crossing the property. I .___J I , I I I RESOLUTION NO. 02-1815 PAGE 6 e. The location and dimension of all paved areas. f. The location of all public or private utilities. g. Plan and profile drawings of existing and proposed streets and utilities. h. Retaining wall locations and details. 16. Plan sets - Upon approval of the improvement plans, the applicant shall provide a reproducible mylar set and 3 sets of prints of the improvements for inspection purposes. Prior to acceptance of the improvements, the applicant shall provide reproducible mylars, 2 sets of prints of the approved record drawings (as builts) and electronic (e.g. Autocad) files where available. 17. Improvement agreement - Prior to approval of any improvement plans, the applicant shall enter into an agreement with the City for inspection of the required improvements. 18. Encroachment permits - The applicant shall be responsible for obtaining an encroachment permit for all work within a public right of way. STREET IMPROVEMENTS 19. Curb, gutter and sidewalk - The applicant shall install new sidewalk fronting the property along James Way. GRADING AND DRAINAGE 20. Grading - All grading shall be done in accordance with the City Grading Ordinance. 21. Soils report - A preliminary soils report shall be prepared by a registered Civil Engineer and supported by adequate test borings. All earthwork design and grading shall be performed in accordance with the approved soils report. 22. Adjacent structures - The grading plan design shall include measures to protect the adjacent structures from damage due to the construction. 23. Cross-lot Drainage - The drainage plan shall include devices as necessary to eliminate drainage across lot lines. WATER 24. Water meters - Each parcel shall have separate water meters. Lots to be fire sprinkled shall have individual1-inch services. ._~ RESOLUTION NO. 02-1815 PAGE 7 25. Abandonments - Existing water services to be abandoned shall be properly abandoned and capped at the main per the requirements of the Director of Public Works. 26. Water Neutralization Program - The applicant shall complete measures to neutralize the estimated increase in water demand created by the project by either: Implementing an individual water program consisting of retrofitting existing high- flow plumbing fixtures with low flow devices. The calculations shall be submitted to the Director of Public Works for review and approval. The proposed individual water program shall be submitted to the City Council for approval prior to implementation; or, Paying an in lieu fee of $2,200 for each new residential unit. WASTEWATER 27. Sewer lateral - Each parcel shall be provided a separate sewer lateral. 28. Abandonments - Existing sewer laterals to be abandoned shall be properly abandoned and capped at the main per the requirements of the Director of Public Works. 29. Sewer crossings - All sewer mains or laterals crossing or parallel to public water facilities shall be constructed in accordance with California State Health Agency standards. PUBLIC UTILITIES 30. New Utilities - All new public utilities shall be installed as underground facilities. PRIOR TO RECORDING THE MAP: 31. Preliminary Title Report - A current preliminary title report shall be submitted to the Director of Public Works prior to checking the map. 32. Improvements - All subdivision improvements required by these conditions shall . be either: a. Fully constructed and accepted by the City; or b. Guaranteed by an improvement agreement and financial securities. The agreement and securities shall be in a form acceptable to the City. RESOLUTION NO. 02-1815 PAGE 8 33. Bonds - The applicant shall provide bonds or other financial security for the following. All bonds or security shall be in a form acceptable to the City, and shall be provided prior to recording of the map, unless noted otherwise. The minimum term of improvement securities shall be equal to the schedule for completion of improvements described in the subdivision agreement. a. Faithful Performance, 100% of the approved estimated cost of all subdivision improvements. b. Labor and Materials, 50% of the approved estimated cost of all subdivision improvements. c. One Year Guarantee, 10% of the approved estimated cost of all subdivision improvements. This bond is required prior to acceptance of the subdivision improvements. d. Monumentation, 100% of the estimated cost of setting survey monuments. 34. Subdivision Agreement - The developer shall enter into a Subdivision Agreement for the completion and guarantee of improvements required. The Subdivision Agreement shall be on a form acceptable to the City. 35. Tax Certificate - In accordance with Section 9-15.130 of the Development Code, the applicant shall furnish a certificate from the tax collector's office indicating that there are no unpaid taxes or special assessments against the property. 36. Subdivision Guarantee - A Subdivision Guarantee shall be submitted to the Director of Public Works at the time of Map Recordation. 37. Documents - All easements, abandonments, or similar documents to be recorded as a document separate from the map, shall be prepared by the applicant on 8.5 x11 City standard forms, and shall include legal descriptions, sketches, closure calculations, and a current preliminary title report. The applicant shall be responsible for all required fees, including any additional required City processing fees. 38. Recordation - At the time of map recordation, copies of all recorded documents shall be submitted to the City on either mylar sheets or 8 Yz" x 11" archival quality paper. DEDICATIONS AND EASEMENTS 39. Private Easements - Private easements shall be reserved on the map or other document acceptable to the City. PRIOR TO ISSUING A CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY: 40. Utilities - All utilities shall be operational. .~ ~/ I ~8 D , EXHIBIT 8 .;1 :lJ 'i~ . ..;1, J. ~"f~ f. j' f .11': ' ~'111 il ,ql~'lri ~~f 81 0:,' iiii;O/-!1 HI i, & . I,' 1"8 "jl" ~ h . ,., ~i~ =/' I _ ~.. . -" . \\. C::., ' , , - - ' - . ----- - t i -- .. ,h ~. I~ I I , , ~ ~ ~. ii ~ ~ ~ i.. . . ,~ ! ~ , I ATTACHMENT 3 RESOLUTION NO. 02-1816 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE ADOPTING A MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION, INSTRUCTING THE COMMISSION SECRETARY TO FILE A NOTICE OF DETERMINATION, AND APPROVING CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT CASE NO. 02-001, LOCATED SOUTH OF JAMES WAY AND NORTH OF COLLADO CORTE, APPLIED FOR BY THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE WHEREAS, the Planning Commission of the City of Arroyo Grande has considered Conditional Use Permit Case No. 02-001, filed by the City of Arroyo Grande, to develop a community park on an 8.6-acre site designated in the Rancho Grande Planned Development as "Rancho Grande Park"; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has held a public hearing on this application in accordance with the City Code; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission finds that this project is consistent with the General Plan and the environmental documents associated therewith; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission has reviewed this project in compliance with the Califomia Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the State CEQA Guidelines, and the Arroyo Grande Rules and Procedures for Implementation of CEQA and has determined that a Mitigated Negative Declaration can be adopted; and WHEREAS, the Planning Commission finds, after due study, deliberation and public hearing, the following circumstances exist: FINDINGS FOR APPROVAL Conditional Use Permit Findings: 1. The proposed use is permitted within the Public and Quasi-Public Facilities (PF) District pursuant to Section 9-03.050 of the Development Code, and complies with all applicable provisions of the Development Code, the goals and objectives of the Arroyo Grande General Plan, and the development policies and standards of the City. 2. The proposed use will not impair the integrity and character of the district in which it is to be established or located because the proposed use is similar to surrounding uses. 3. The site is suitable for the type and intensity of use or development that is proposed because all the necessary easements, circulation, parking and setbacks would be provided. 4. There are adequate provisions for water, sanitation, and public utilities and services to ensure the public health and safety. ------ - ----...-- - ..----- I I I i RESOLUTION NO. 02-1816 I PAGE 2 i I I 5. The proposed use will not be detrimental to the public health, safety, or welfare, or I materially injurious to properties and improvements in the vicinity because the ! i proposed project would not create adverse environmental impacts. Required CEQA Findings: 1. The City of Arroyo Grande has prepared an initial study pursuant to Section 15063 of the Guidelines of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), for Conditional Use Permit Case No. 02-001. 2. Based on the initial study, a Mitigated Negative Declaration was prepared for public review. A copy of the Mitigated Negative Declaration and related materials is located at City Hall in the Community Development Department. 3. After holding a public hearing pursuant to State and City Codes, and considering the record as a whole, the City Council adopts a negative declaration and finds that there is no substantial evidence of any significant adverse effect, either individually or cumulatively on wildlife resources as defined by Section 711.2 of the Fish and Game Code or on the habitat upon which the wildlife depends as a result of development of this project. Further, the Council finds that said Mitigated Negative Declaration reflects the City's independent judgment and analysis. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Planning Commission of the City of Arroyo Grande hereby adopts a Mitigated Negative Declaration, instructs the Commission Secretary to file a Notice of Determination, and approves Conditional Use Permit Case No. 02-001, with the above findings and subject to the conditions as set forth in Exhibit "A", attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference. On motion by Commissioner . seconded by Commissioner , and by the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: NOES: ABSENT: the foregoing Resolution was adopted this 15th day of January 2002. I I ! I i -~ RESOLUTION NO. 02-1816 PAGE 3 ATTEST: Lyn Reardon-Smith, Commission Clerk Joseph M. Costello, Chair AS TO CONTENT: Rob Strong, Community Development Director , I I I , I I , -.....-.. -- __~J RESOLUTION NO. 02-1816 PAGE 4 EXHIBIT "A" CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT CASE NO. 02-001 City of Arroyo Grande Rancho Grande Park Development Plan COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT GENERAL CONDITIONS This approval authorizes construction of an 8.6-acre passive community park as shown in the attached Exhibits "B1 - B26". 1. The applicant shall ascertain and comply with all Federal, State, County and City requirements as are applicable to this project. 2. The applicant shall comply with all conditions of approval for Conditional Use Permit Case No. 02-001. 3. This application shall automatically expire on January 15, 2004 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. 4. Development shall occur in substantial conformance with the plans presented to the Planning Commission at the meeting of January 15, 2002, and marked Exhibits "B1 - B26". , , 5. 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 thereof, or in the altemative, to relinquish such approval. The applicant shall reimburse the City, its agents, officers, or employees, for any court costs and attomey'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 6. Development shall conform to the Public and Quasi-Public Facilities (PF) zoning requirements except as otherwise approved. 7. Signage shall be subject to the requirements of Development Code Chapter 9-13. 8. Setbacks shall be as shown on the development plans except as specifically modified by these conditions. I ! - ~---_._._~ _____ _~--.J I I I RESOLUTION NO. 02-1816 PAGE 5 9. All parking spaces adjacent to a wall, fence, or property line shall have a minimum width of 11 feet. NOISE 10. Construction shall be limited to between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Saturday or Sunday. LIGHTING 11. All lighting for the site shall be downward directed and shall not create spill or glare to adjacent properties. WATER 12. All new construction shall utilize fixtures and designs that minimize water usage. Such fixtures shall include, but are not limited to water saving toilets, instant water heaters and hot water recirculating systems. Water conserving designs and fixtures shall be installed prior to final occupancy. SOLID WASTE 13. Trash enclosures shall be reserved exclusively for dumpster and recycling container storage. Miscellaneous tires, auto parts, boxes, bins, racks, etc., will not be allowed within the enclosure. AESTHETICS 14. All ducts, meters, air conditioning equipment, and other mechanical equipment, whether on the ground, on any of the structures or elsewhere, shall be screened from public view with materials architecturally compatible with the main structures. I 15. All electrical panel boxes shall be installed inside the building. I I PRIOR TO ISSUING A BUILDING PERMIT: I 16. Solid waste pick-up locations shall be identified on the Site Plan. 17. All walls, including screening and retaining walls, shall be compatible with the approved architecture and Development Code Standards, subject to the review and approval of the Community Development Director. PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY: 18. Development shall comply with Development Code Sections 9-10.070, "Fences, Walls and Hedges"; 9-10.080, "Lighting"; 9-10.110, "Performance Standards"; and 9-10.120 "Screening Requirements". I ____--.J RESOLUTION NO. 02-1816 PAGE 6 PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CONDITIONS 19. The applicant shall comply with the provisions of Ordinance 431 C.S., the Community Tree Ordinance. 20. Linear root barriers shall be used at the front of the project to protect the sidewalks. 21. All street front trees shall be 24-inch box. POLICE DEPARTMENT PRIOR TO ISSUING A BUILDING PERMIT: 22. The applicant shall submit an exterior lighting plan for Police Department approval. PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY: 23. The applicant shall post handicapped parking, per Police Department requirements. BUILDING AND FIRE DEPARTMENT 24. The project shall comply with the most recent editions of the Califomia State Fire and Building Codes and the Uniform Building and Fire Codes as adopted by the City of Arroyo Grande. 25. All fire lanes must be posted and enforced, per Police Department and Fire I Department guidelines. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT GENERAL IMPROVEMENT REQUIREMENTS 26. Fees - The applicant shall pay all applicable City fees at the time they are due. 27. Site maintenance - The developer shall be responsible during construction for cleaning city streets, curbs, gutters and sidewalks of dirt tracked from the project site. The flushing of dirt or debris to storm drain or sanitary sewer facilities shall not be permitted. The cleaning shall be done after each day's work or as directed by the Director of Public Works or the Community Development Director. 28. Encroachment Permit - The applicant shall be responsible for obtaining an encroachment permit for all work within a public right of way. ---,~ RESOLUTION NO. 02-1816 PAGE 7 29. Grading - All grading shall be done in accordance with the City Grading Ordinance. 30. Improvement Agreement - Prior to approval of any improvement plans, the applicant shall enter into an agreement with the City for inspection of the required improvements. PRIOR TO ISSUING A BUILDING PERMIT: 31. Improvements required - All project improvements shall be designed and the plans approved in accordance with the City of Arroyo Grande Standard Drawings and Specifications, except as may be modified by these conditions of approval. The following improvement plans shall be prepared by a registered Civil Engineer and approved by the Public Works Department: a. Grading, drainage and erosion control. b. Curb, gutter and sidewalk fronting the property along James Way. c. Water and sewer. 32. Site Plan Requirements - The site plan shall include the following: a. The location and size of all water, sewer and storm water facilities within the project site and abutting streets or alleys. b. Location, quantity and size of all sewer laterals. c. The location, size and orientation of all trash enclosures. d. All parcel lines and easements crossing the property. e. The location and dimension of all paved areas. f. The location of all public or private utilities. g. Retaining wall locations and details. 33. Soils report - A preliminary soils report shall be prepared by a registered civil engineer and supported by adequate test borings. All earthwork design and grading shall be performed in accordance with the approved soils report. 34. Adjacent structures - The grading plan design shall include measures to protect the adjacent structures from damage due to the construction. 35. Plan submittals - Upon approval of the improvement plans, the applicant shall provide a reproducible mylar set and 3 sets of prints of the improvements for inspection purposes. Prior to acceptance of the improvements, the applicant shall provide reproducible mylars, and 2 sets of prints of the approved record drawings (as bUilts), and electronic (e.g. Autocad) files where available. 36. Cross-lot Drainage - The drainage plan shall include devices as necessary to eliminate drainage across lot lines. RESOLUTION NO. 02-1816 PAGE 8 37. Recorded documents - All easements, abandonments, or similar documents to be recorded as a document separate from a map, shall be prepared by the applicant on 8%" x11" City standard forms, and shall include legal descriptions, sketches, closure calculations, and a current preliminary title report. The applicant shall be responsible for all required fees, including any additional required City processing fees. PRIOR TO OCCUPANCY: 38. Improvement bonding - All project improvements shall be constructed prior to occupancy, except for non-essential improvements, which may be guaranteed by an agreement, and financial securities as provided for in Section 9-15.070 of the Development Code. 39. Water meters - Water meters shall be located in the public sidewalk or as approved by the Director of Public Works. Separate meters may be used for irrigation. 40. Sewer Crossings - All sewer mains or laterals crossing or parallel to public water facilities shall be constructed in accordance with Calfiomia State Health Agency standards. 41. Sewer Line Mitigation - Similar to Mitigation Measure No. 18, the applicant shall pay fair share costs to mitigate for increased flows to sewer lines that are currently over capacity. 42. Abandonments - Existing water and/or sewer services to be abandoned shall be properly abandoned and capped at the main per the requirements of the Director of Public Works. 43. Water Neutralization Program - The applicant shall complete measures to neutralize the estimated increase in water demand created by the project by either: Implementing an individual water program consisting of retrofitting existing high- flow plumbing fixtures with low flow devices. The calculations shall be submitted to the Director of Public Works for review and approval. The proposed individual water program shall be submitted to the City Council for approval prior to implementation; or, Paying an in lieu fee. 44. Undergrounding of utilities - All new public utilities shall be installed as underground facilities. All existing overhead public utilities shall be placed underground, including all overhead wires and service poles onsite, along the frontage and within 6 feet of side and rear yard lines. 45. Utilities operational - All public utilities shall be operational. I I i I ------.-. RESOLUTION NO. 02-1816 PAGE 9 MITIGATION MEASURES A negative declaration with mitigation measures has been adopted for this project. The following mitigation measures shall be implemented as conditions of approval and shall be monitored by the appropriate City department or responsible agency. The applicant shall be responsible for verification in writing by the monitoring department or agency that the mitigation measures have been implemented. Mitigation Measures: 1. The project shall be subject to the City's Grading Ordinance (303 C.S.) and other regulations and policies regarding grading and erosion. Monitoring: Review of grading plan Responsible Depts: Parks, Recreation and Facilities; Public Works Timeframe: Prior to and during construction 2. Grading shall be prohibited between October 31 and April 1. A note to this effect shall be placed on the grading plan. Monitoring: Review of grading plan Responsible Dept: Public Works Timeframe: Prior to issuance of grading permit 3. All new construction shall utilize fixtures and designs that minimize water usage. I Such fixtures shall include, but are not limited to, water saving toilets, instant water heaters and hot water recirculating systems. Water conserving designs and fixtures shall be installed prior to final inspection. Monitoring: Review of building plans Responsible Dept: Building & Fire Timeframe: Prior to issuance of building permit 4. All landscaping shall be consistent with water conservation practices including the use of drought tolerant landscaping, drip irrigation, and mulch. To the greatest I extent possible, lawn areas and areas requiring spray irrigation shall be minimized. Monitoring: Review of landscaping and irrigation plans Responsible Dept: Parks, Recreation & Facilities Timeframe: Prior to issuance of building permit 5. The applicant shall provide detailed drainage calculations indicating that increased run-off can be accommodated by existing facilities and/or provide on-site retention basins to the satisfaction of the Director of Public Works. ~-----_._.- _____.~--.J RESOLUTION NO. 02-1816 PAGE 10 Monitoring: Review of grading plans Responsible Dept: Public Works Timeframe: Prior to issuance of a grading permit 6. All runoff water from impervious areas shall be conveyed through impervious conduits to existing storm drain facilities. A drainage plan, which incorporates the above, shall be submitted to the City prior to the issuance of any permits. Monitoring: Review of drainage/grading plans Responsible Dept: Public Works Timeframe: Prior to issuance of grading permit 7. During construction, water trucks or sprinkler systems shall be used to keep all areas of vehicle movement damp enough to prevent dust from leaving the site. At a minimum, this would include wetting down such areas in the later moming and after work is completed for the day and whenever wind exceeds 15 miles per hour. Reclaimed (non-potable) water should be used whenever possible. 8. Soil stockpiled for more than two days shall be covered, kept moist, or treated with soil binders to prevent dust generation. 9. Permanent dust control measures shall be identified in the revegetation and I landscape plans and should be implemented as soon as possible following completion of any soil disturbing activities. 10. Exposed ground areas that are planned to be reworked at dates greater than one month after initial grading should be sown with fast-germinating native grass seed and watered until vegetation is established. 11. All vehicles hauling dirt, sand, soil, or other loose materials are to be covered or I should maintain at least two feet of freeboard (minimum vertical distance between top of load and top of trailer) in accordance with CVC Section 23114. 12. All roadways, driveways, sidewalks, etc. to be paved should be completed as soon as possible. In addition, building pads should be laid as soon as possible after grading unless seeding or soil binders are used. 13. Vehicle speed for all construction vehicles shall not exceed 15 mph on any unpaved surface at the construction site. 14. The streets shall be swept at the end of each day if visible soil material is carried onto adjacent paved roads. .__J I RESOLUTION NO. 02-1816 PAGE 11 For Measures 7-14: Monitoring: Review of grading plan and site inspections Responsible Depts: Public Works and Building & Fire shall inspect plans and spot check in the field Timeframe: Prior to issuance of grading permit and during construction 15. All construction equipment shall be provided with well-maintained, functional mufflers to limit noise. 16. All construction activities shall comply with the time limits specified by the Arroyo Grande Municipal Code. 17. To the greatest extent possible, grading and/or excavation should occur during the middle of the day to minimize the potential for disturbance of neighboring noise sensitive uses. For Measures 15-17: Monitoring: Notes shall be placed on the construction plans referencing the above measures. Responsible Dept: Public Works Timeframe: During construction 18. The applicant shall pay the project's proportional share of the sewer impact fees. Monitoring: Pay required fee. Responsible Oept: Public Works Department Timeframe: Prior to recording the Tentative Parcel Map 19. The following note shall be placed on the grading and improvement plans for the project: "In the event that during grading, construction or development of the project, and archeological resources are uncovered, all work shall be halted I until the City has reviewed the resources for their significance. If human remains (burials) are encountered, the County Coroner (781-4513) shall be contacted immediately. The applicant may be required to provide archaeological studies and/or mitigation measures." Monitoring: Construction plans shall be reviewed prior to issuance of a grading permit to ensure the note is in place. Responsible Dept: Public Works Timeframe: Prior to issuance of grading permit ~._-_._------- EXHIBIT B1 . , ~ (\ ii, if' \ \\\\~\ li\\ \~ \\I\i \~ ~ \\\\\\ ~ it \t ~ !\ \ \W\\ \h i \ \\"~ ;\ It '~i\t 1 \i \\\ \~ i \~\\\ \\\ \~ \~\ \\ \\ \\\\ \ , ,: , '\', P tl \\ I( \ ., <" '\\ It" , \\ \ ~~\ ,~\ ~\~ ~\ ,\\~~ ~J''::, i \I'r. '!" Pt. ' \ i ~" . 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I '\:, \ . , ) ./ " /' ./ '"1i . ~\.. .' f.'~\\1\ ~ V\\ \\\~ ,~\ t~ \\ \\ \ tI. , ~ t~ t. h .~ ~ \~ i, \~ ~\' \~ ~ \, ~ \t , \ ~Ud \\ ti \ J \ \ MINUTES ATTACHMENT 4 Page 7 Planning Commission January 15, 2002 mmissioner Keen thought it was a good site also, but he had a problem with the height of t knoll with the tower on top. He said the applicant needs to go through the requirem s and give the City all of the information. Commissioner Gu e spoke saying more information was required on alternative sites, the survey, the capacity a After some discussion the Plan . Commission said they had concerns that the submittal requirements had not been met an at the applicant had not supplied all of the required information satisfactorily with respect the adopted Telecommunication Facilities Siting and Permit Submittal Requirements. Rob Strong suggested the applicant supply an aerial tograph plus the requirements and an analysis of the alternative sites considered. The following action was taken: Commissioner Guthrie made a motion, seconded by Commissioner Brown, uesting that the applicant return to the Planning Commission with the required information a that the Public Hearing for the project be re-opened at the meeting of February 19, 200 . The motion was approved with a unanimous voice vote. PUBLIC HEARING - DEVELOPMENT CODE AMENDMENT 01-002; TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP 01-001; AND CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 01-001; APPLICANT - CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE; LOCATION: JAMES WAY AND COLLADO CORTE. Staff Report - Kelly Heffernon, Associate Planner. Ms. Heffernon spoke saying the proposed project consists of three separate applications. The first is a Development Code Amendment to modify the Zoning Map from Public Facilities to Residential Suburban (RS) for a 1.40-acre portion of the Park located on the north side of Collado Corte. The second application is a Tentative Parcel Map to subdivide that 1.40-acre property into three single-family residential lots. The third application is a Conditional Use Permit to develop the remaining 8.6 acres of the property as a community park. The recent General Plan Update included a change in land use for this 1.40-acre property from Public Facilities to Low-Medium Density Single-Family Residential. The environmental impacts associated with this land use change were evaluated in the Program Environmental Impact Report for the General Plan Update. Last Tuesday, the City Council approved a Resolution to abandon the residential portion of the park in order to eventually sell the lots and use that money for park construction. The park has been planned on this site for over 10 years but the City has lacked sufficient funding for park development. The proposed subdivision would create three residential lots consisting of one .6-acre parcel, and two .4-acre parcels. Changing the zoning designation from PF to RS is consistent with the new Low-Medium land use designation, since the density for both is 2.5 dwelling units per acre, and the proposed density is 2.1 dwelling units per acre. The Rancho Grande Park Development Plan integrates the amenities of a Hpassive parkH. Improvements include a main park access off of James Way with 61 parking spaces, pedestrian walkways throughout the site, basketball and volleyball courts, baseball ------ .~ MINUTES Page 8 Planning Commission January 15, 2002 diamond, playground area, horseshoe pits, picnic tables, barbeque areas, and restroom facilities. Plans have been prepared for grading, drainage, utilities, lighting, landscaping and irrigation. The project construction would be phased over a three to four year time period, with construction bids tentatively scheduled to go out next month and construction to begin sometime in the spring. Because the property is actually not included as part of the Rancho Grande Planned Development, the City Council is only required to take action on the Development Code Amendment. The Development Code Amendment must first be approved before the Parcel Map can be formally approved. Therefore, the Resolution approving the Tentative Parcel Map is written such that any action taken by the Planning Commission tonight is contingent upon future Council approval of the Development Code Amendment. The Conditional Use Permit is final at the Planning Commission level. I In conclusion, staff recommends that the Planning Commission adopt the attached three I Resolutions, thereby recommending approval of the Development Code Amendment to City I Council, and approving the Tentative Parcel Map and Development Plan for Rancho Grande I Park subject to the conditions of approval. , : , I PUBLIC COMMENT I Karen LanQe, 146 Avenida de Diamante, said their property was located next to the I proposed subdivision and she was a concerned if the setbacks would be adequate to retain I their view. She requested a buffer zone of 20-30 feet. I Ms. Heffernon said there is no buffer zone, but the setbacks are 20 feet. i , Dan Hernandez, Parks and Recreation Director spoke, giving a brief overview of the I , timeline for the park. ! Jim Suovanen. 422 Collado Corte, real estate broker, spoke saying: . The concept of the program was excellent, but the lots should be very carefully evaluated before being put on the market. Given the numerous amenities the lots , should get a good price. , i . The original grading had damage to the black top. The street will need some significant repair and who would be responsible for this. ! Dean Coker. Castlerock Development. Staff Planner made some brief comments and gave i the Planning Commission a copy of a letter that listed the following main points on the I proposed residential subdivision: . The object of sub-dividing and selling the residential lots is to finance the construction t of the remaining park land and the same location. . Castlerock Development Owner, Darren Shetler, is interested in seeing the $25,000 I donated by his company for constructing the park be applied to the park project to see it to fruition. . As confirmed in a letter from the Community Development Department, they have been assured that the process in approving the three lot subdivision would not result in three I less lots appropriated to the Rancho Grande Development as outlined in the I Development Plan (Ordinance No. 186.C.S.!. ! ~ MINUTES Page 9 Planning Commission January 15. 2002 . They would like to be kept informed as the project proceeds through its various steps towards completion. John Lanae. 146 Avenida de Diamante, said he lived above the subdivision and wanted to confirm where the site was on the site plan as shown on the projector. He said that it had been negotiated that the actual line be moved so as not to block their view. In addition, he wanted to ensure that the grade would not be elevated. END OF PUBLIC COMMENT Commissioner Keen asked the question "should the City give away land that they have I acquired for park development"? He went on to say he hoped the owners of the new lots would not complain about having a park in their back yard. Chair Costello asked if adding the three houses would effect the number of houses allowed in the Planned Development district. Rob Strong said he had researched this and that these houses are in the PF zone so are not included in the allowed units in the P.D. 1.2 district. Rob Strong said for the three residential lots the City will not grade the driveways and will not be changing the lots as they now exist. Repair to the sidewalks may be addressed, and the City Design Review Consultant will review the proposed houses. , Dan Hernandez said with regard to the grading it is our intent to keep the concept of rolling I hills, and just try to level the park for the playing areas. I I Commissioner Keen asked if the three lots would be included in the Rancho Grande P.D. area. Rob Strong said they are not included in the P.D. district. Dan Hernandez said City Council directed that these homes be consistent with the CC&R's and they could be included as Conditions of Approval. Commissioner Keen said he would like to see the Conditions of Approval be the same standards for architectural compliance. The Planning Commission took the following action: I I Commissioner Fowler made a motion, seconded by Commissioner Brown to recommend to , City Council to adopt the amended zoning map including Exhibit" A" as submitted: I RESOLUTION NO. 02-1814 t , A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL AMEND THE ZONING MAP OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE IN I. DEVELOPMENT CODE AMENDMENT CASE NO, 01-001, APPLIED FOR ! BY THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE I I I , - J MINUTES Page 10 Planning Commission January 15, 2002 AYES: Commissioners Brown, Fowler, Guthrie, Keen and Chair Costello NOES: None ABSENT: None the foregoing resolution was adopted this 15'h day of January 2002. Commissioner Guthrie made a motion, seconded by Commissioner Fowler to approve the Vesting Tentative Tract Map, including Exhibit "A" and "B" and adopt: RESOLUTION NO. 02-1815 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE APPROVING VESTING TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP CASE NO. 01-001, LOCATED SOUTH OF JAMES WAY AND NORTH OF COLLADO CORTE, APPLIED FOR BY THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE AYES: Commissioners Brown, Fowler, Guthrie, Keen and Chair Costello NOES: None ABSENT: None the foregoing resolution was adopted this 15'h day of January 2002. Commissioner Brown made a motion, seconded by Commissioner Guthrie to adopt Conditional Use Permit 02-001, including Exhibit" A" as submitted. RESOLUTION NO. 02-1816 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE ADOPTING A MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION, INSTRUCTING THE COMMISSION SECRETARY TO FILE A NOTICE OF DETERMINATION AND APPROVING CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT CASE NO. 02-001, LOCATED SOUTH OF JAMES WAY AND NORTH OF COLLARDO CORTE, APPLIED FOR BY THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE AYES: Commissioners Brown, Fowler, Guthrie, Keen and Chair Costello NOES: None ABSENT: None I the foregoing resolution was adopted this 15'h day of January 2002. NO - IC HEARING - TIME EXTENSION CASE NO. 01-005; APPLICANT - RAYMOND SMITH; LOC : 136 BRIDGE STREET. Staff Report - Teresa McClish. Ms. McClish gave t ff report saying that the Planning Commission approved the Conditional Use Permit 99-00 ay 18, 1999 for construction of a 2,188 square foot office building including a second floor ment on a 6,325 square foot vacant lot in the Village Commercial District. On January 4, 2 e permit was amended to change the use on the second floor from residential to office. a plicant just purchased the property last month and requires time to build. --..---.---- .u_~ I.a. Monday, February 11, 2002 RECEIVED ("trv t~~ t; r'-nny. ,... -, i ,') hli \l".i Q d1A, Dear Arroyo Grande Parks Dept. 02 fEB /2 AM 9: ~6 Attn. Dan Hernandez Arroyo Grande City Council Members: I am writing to you with regards to Rancho Grande Park and the surrounding greenbelt corridor. I do not know the entire history of the park project, though I have learned bits and pieces of its troubled history. I implore you to move this almost fictitious asset of Arroyo Grande into reality as soon as possible. Most long time residents and neighbors near the park initial reaction to the latest "developments" on the park -is one of disbelief and cynicism. Why can't you, as a council and through concentrated effort push this park into a real, usable asset - THIS YEAR! The park, as I understand it, was slated again to break ground in spring of2001. I personally have donated funds to the park for trees as far back as two years ago and I understand that some of the initial Rancho Grande residents were originally assessed fees that would help fund the park. In most other areas of California, bonds or development fees are assessed to the builders in the area to offset development costs, and often the developer is mandated to actually construct the park and then deed it over to the city that will maintain the facility. I do not understand where the funding has gone. I am writing to you now to implore you to move forward with the project as soon as possible, as delaying the park and waiting for a perfect time to start the park - may push the park out into the future where another entire generation of kids may miss out on the resource. It has been nearly 10 years since the first park proposals were presented to the public. There are and likely always will be many political, financial, and social obstacles to overcome, but in the end, the City of AG does still not have the treasured park. The recent AG General plan update indicates a serious delinquency on the part of the city as far as keeping up with ratios of parkland to residents. The location of the park is ideal - as it is centrally located to the residents of Arroyo Grande, and in an area that is obviously growing. It also happens to be adjacent to an open space corridor, along creek, and along a very scenic corridor that would make a lovely addition to the other trails in the area. I would like to have your consideration of annexing the adjacent creek corridor as a connected asset that is worth pursuing. The Ranch Grande _ creek corridor would be a tremendous asset for maintaining a wildlife corridor that allows deer and other local fauna to travel in the area. I would like to campaign to have this corridor annexed to the city of AG or the SLO County. I imagine the creek has either endangered or threatened species in it and so allowing a substantial development immediately above the creek would not be advisable. By acquiring an easement or donation from the private landowner, a continuous greenbelt would fill the requirements for protecting the nature, and providing the community a resource that we all treasure. Is there something that the community needs to do to help move the park development process along? Would a committee be wise to fonn to gather resources and infonnation that would help facilitate the development? There are parks in many urban areas that we can learn from. There are many excellent and poor models of what works well. I truly believe that the park, if constructed to actually feature the natural aesthetics of the site, will be a park that allows the community to appreciate the very beautiful area we live in. Don't miss the opportunity to be known as the council and staff that built this Majestic resource known as Rancho Grande Park. You can see how Strother Park and Soto Park are so very much appreciated by the AG residents. Make it happen and make it happen now. I, and many others will be optimistically and eagerly waiting to take our kids to this park. It is your imperative to build the city as you must- but to treat this 8-acre open space (fonnerly - 10 ACRES) as a park- is not accurate until you take action to get this park built. Don't make sacrifices or excuses any longer. Build it now and built it to be a treasure the whole community cherishes. Wouldn't it be nice to be able to visit and enjoy the constructed park with your children and grandchildren, friends, and neighbors, and feel responsible for it's development, as opposed to making promises and stories about why this piece of prime land still sits a barren field more than 10 years after it was deemed City park space? I think you know the answer. Bruce Berlin 221 A venida De Diamante Arroyo Grande, CA 93420 I I 1 ------ ----- I I.b. CITY OF ARROYO - . 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 on the following item: APPLICANT:. City of Arroyo Grande LOCATION: Citywide PROPOSAL: The City Council is requested to provide final approval of proposed projects to be funded with the City's allocation of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds for Fiscal Year 2001-02. The City of Arroyo Grande is a participant with the County of San Luis Obispo and other cities therein as an "Urban County" under the Federal Department of Housing and Community Development Block Grant Program. ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION: Categorically Exempt REPRESENTATIVE: Teresa McClish, Associate Planner In compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQAJ, it has been determined pursuant to Section 15061 (bH 1) of the CEQA Guidelines that the activity is not a project as determined in Section 15378. Any. person affected or concerned by this proposal may submit written comments to the Administrative Services Department before the City Council hearing, or appear and be heard in support of or opposition to the project. 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.). 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, February 12, 2002 at 7:00 P.M. Place of Hearing: Arroyo Grande City Council Chambers 215 E. Branch Street Arroyo Grande, California 93420 irector of Administrative Servicesl Deputy City Clerk Publish n, Wednesday, January 30, 2002 , , ------ --~,- l - MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: ROB STRONG, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTO~S BY: TERESA MCCLISH, ASSOCIATE PLANNE~" SUBJECT: APPROVAL OF FISCAL YEAR 2001-2002 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROJECTS (CDBG) DATE: FEBRUARY 12, 2002 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended the City Council adopt the attached Resolution approving the projects to be funded with the City's allocation of Program Year 2002 CDBG funds. FISCAL IMPACT: The County has estimated that approximately $149,291 in CDGB funds will be available to the City in the fall of this year. The total amount requested from the applications received is $325,830. There was a funding reduction of $2,383 made by the County after the January City Council public hearing on this item. After recalculating preliminary funding recommendations, staff subtracted the remaining over-allocation from the City's Code I Enforcement Application. I DISCUSSION: I On June 22, 1999 the City Council approved a Cooperative Agreement with San Luis Obispo County for joint participation in the Community Development Block Grant (CDGB) Program. The Agreement is for a period of three (3) years (2000, 2001, and 2002). The City, as a participant in the HUD designated urban county program of San Luis Obispo County, receives an annual formula-based allocation of CDBG funds. These funds are available for a variety of Community Development activities as long as the activities meet at least one of the three national objectives listed below: 1. Benefit primarily to families with incomes below 80 percent of the median for the County. This is generally referred to as the low and moderate income benefit. The four subcategories to this objective are; area benefit, limited clientele, housing, and jobs. 2. Aid in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight. 3. Address urgent needs that pose a serious, immediate threat to public health or welfare. I I City Council Approval of CDGB Funding February 12,2002 Page 2 The County sent out a Request for Proposals and notified the public that the County and participating Cities would accept applications for funding until October 29, 2001. The City received thirteen applications (please refer to Attachment 1 for specifics). The Council reviewed altematives based on the criteria recommended by the County and made preliminary recommendations at their December 11, 2001 meeting. For reference, Attachment 2 lists recommended projects by the County and other participating cities. Recommended Alternatiye: PROJECT PROJECT TYPE AMOUNT PROPOSED REQUESTED $ ALLOCATION$ 1. EOC - Forty Wonderful Public Services - Forty 2,000 1,500 Wonderful 2. EOC - Senior Health Screening Public Services - Senior 4,000 3,500 Health Screening 3. EOC - Teen Parenting Public Services - Teen 3,600 3,100 Academic Parenting 4. Literacy Council Public Services - Literacy 2,500 1,895 Program 5. Big Brothers/Sisters Public Services - Mentor 8,730 1,895 Program 6. UCP of SLO Co. Public Services 3,000 2,500 Supportive Childcare for Developmentally Disabled 7. The Harvest Bag, Inc. Public Services - 26,000 8,000 Charitable Food Distribution SUBTOTAL PUBLIC SERVICES 22,390 (There is a 15% cap for Public Services = $22,393) 8. EOC - Home Repair Housing Home Repair 25,000 10,000 Program 9. Food Bank Coalition Public Facilities - 11,000 11,000 Warehouse acquisition 10. City of Arroyo Grande -Building Public Facilities - Upgrade 130,000 95,000 and Fire Dept for City Hall for the removal (for the restroom of architectural barriers that facilities, corridor restrict the accessibility or widening and mobility or elderly or design and handicapped persons construction - administration onlv) 11. Cuesta College Small Business Economic Development 5,000 3,000 Development Center Small Business Technical Assistance 12. City of Arroyo Grande Economic Development- E. 100,000 0 Economic Development Grande Ave. Small Business Assistance 13. City of Arroyo Grande - Code Enforcement 15,000 7,901 Community Development Dept, Code Enforcement TOTAL TOTAL 149,291 -" City Council Approval of CDGB Funding February 12, 2002 Page 3 CDBG regulations stipulate that at least 70% of all funds be spent on activities that meet the national objective to benefit low and moderate income persons (this includes the project to remove architectural barriers at City Hall for "Limited Clientele") and no more than 30% of funds may be spent on activities that meet the national objective to eliminate blight. Additionally, the amount of funding for public service projects cannot exceed 15%. The recommended alternative is within these guidelines. PUBLIC COMMENTS: On January 14, 2002, the City and the County of San Luis Obispo held a joint public workshop to encourage public comments and to answer questions about the draft year 2002 funding recommendations. Representatives from the EOC, Small Business Development Center, and Literacy Council attended the meeting and each expressed gratitude to the Council for recognizing the value of their respective programs. AL TERNA TIVES: The following alternatives are presented for the Council's consideration: " Adopt the attached resolution; - Modify as appropriate and adopt the attached resolution; - Reject the attached resolution; or - Provide other direction to staff. Attachments: I 1) CDGB applications (13) 2) County's summary of CDBG applications and funding recommendations --,.. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL & FROM: ROB STRONG, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTO~ SUBJECT: SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION REGARDING AGENDA ITEM 9.b. - FINAL APPROVAL OF C.D.B.G. PROJECTS DATE: February 12, 2002 Attached is the draft Resolution for Agenda Item 9.b. determining those projects to be funded with the City's allocation of Program Year 2002 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Funds. ~- . RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE DETERMINING THOSE PROJECTS TO BE FUNDED WITH THE CITY'S ALLOCATION OF PROGRAM YEAR 2002 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) FUNDS WHEREAS, via a Cooperation Agreement with the County of San Luis Obispo (hereafter referred to as "County") executed on June 22, 1999, the City agrees to become a participant for a period of three years with the County and other cities therein as an "Urban County'" under the Federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (hereafter referred to as "HUD") CDBG program; and WHEREAS, via the Cooperation Agreement, the City retains the authority to determine which projects are to be funded with its allotment of CDBG funds; and WHEREAS, the County wishes to submit to HUD a "One-Year Action Plan of the , Consolidated Plan" as required by 24 CFR Part 91 to establish which activities 2002 ! CDBG, HOME and ESG program funds will be used for by the County; and i I .1 WHEREAS, the City expects to receive $149,241 in entitlement CDBG funds in 2002; '1 and I WHEREAS, in September 2001, the County published a "Request for Proposals" for projects to be funded under the 2000 CDBG Programs, which provided that proposals were to be submitted by October 29, 2001; and , I WHEREAS, at its meeting of December 11, 2001, the City Council gave preliminary I approval to the proposed listing of Fiscal Year 2001-2002 CDBG Projects; and 1 , WHEREAS, on January 4, 2002, the County published a notice in the TeleQram i Tribune, indicating those projects to be proposed in the Public Review Draft One-Year I Action Plan to receive CDBG funds in 2002; and WHEREAS, on January 14, 2002 the County conducted a public workshop in Arroyo Grande for residents for the City to ascertain the housing and community development needs to be addressed in the One-Year Action Plan; and WHEREAS, on February 12, 2002 the City Council held a Public Hearing on the City's Program Year 2002 CDBG projects. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande, California, to recommend that the Board of Supervisors for the County of San I I -----._-,_.._._._~-- ---~ ---. I RESOLUTION NO. PAGE 2 . . Luis Obispo adopt the 2002 Draft One-Year Action Plan, which shall include the programs listed in Exhibit A to this Resolution, to be funded with the City's allocation of CDBG funds. 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 2002. \ I , f i I , I I I I I I ; I I ! I -~---_.._.-._--_.~- --- " __u - RESOLUTION NO. PAGE 3 - - MICHAEL A. LADY, MAYOR ATTEST: KELLY WETMORE, ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIRECTOR! DEPUTY CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO CONTENT: STEVE ADAMS, CITY MANAGER I I , APPROVED AS TO FORM: TIMOTHY J. CARMEL, CITY ATTORNEY i I , \ I - -....---..- I -~ .- ---- EXHITBIT A . . FISCAL YEAR 2001-2002 CDBGREQUESTS PROJECT PROJECT TYPE AMOUNT PROPOSED REQUESTED $ ALLOCATION$ 1. EOC Forty Wonderful Public Services - Forty 2,000 1,500 Wonderful 2. EOC - Senior Health Screening Public Services - Senior 4,000 3,500 Health Screenino 3. EOC - Teen Parenting Public Services - Teen 3,600 3,100 Academic Parentino 4. Literacy Council Public Services - Literacy 2,500 1,895 Program 5. Big Brothers/Sisters Public Services - Mentor 8,730 1,895 Program 6. UCP of SLO Co. Public Services - 3,000 2,500 Supportive Childcare for Developmentally Disabled 7. The Harvest Bag, Inc. Public Services - 26,000 8,000 Charitable Food Distribution SUBTOTAL PUBLIC SERVICES 22,390 I (There is a 15% cap for Public Services = I $22,393) 8. EOC - Home Repair Housing - Home Repair 25,000 10,000 Prooram 9. Food Bank Coalition Public Facilities - 11,000 11,000 Warehouse acouisition 10. City of Arroyo Grande - Public Facilities - Upgrade 130,000 95,000 Building and Fire Dept. for City Hall for the (for the removal of architectural restroom barriers that restrict the facilities, accessibility or mobility or corridor elderly or handicapped widening and persons design and construction - administration only) 11. Cuesta College Small Business Economic Development - 5,000 3,000 Development Center Small Business Technical Assistance 12. City of Arroyo Grande - Economic Development- 100,000 0 Economic Development E. Grande Ave. Small Business Assistance 13. City of Arroyo Grande - Code Enforcement 15,000 7,901 Community Development Dept., Code Enforcement . TOTAL TOTAL 149,291 I I I ATTACHMENT 1 I . -----..--- COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) PROGRAM APPLICATION FOR FUNDING DURING 2002 PROGRAM YEAR (Attach additional sheets if necessary) NOTE: (1) Please review the CDBG regulations and guidelines and the Request for Proposals before completing this proposal. A copy of a HUD-prepared CDBG eligibility guidebook is available upon request from county staff. Also, please call county and/or city CDBG staff with any questions about how to complete the form or about the rating criteria and process. (2) If the information for any of the questions below requires more room to provide a complete explanation of your proposed project or program, please attach additional sheets. 1. Name and mailing address of applicant organization, with contact person and phone number: Larry Schmidt, Chief Building Inspector City of Arroyo Grande P.O. Box 550 Arroyo Grande, CA 93421 (805) 473-5450 2. Title/name of proposed project or program: ADA upgrade for Arroyo Grande City Hall Building. 3. Please describe the proposed project or program. Include a description of the groups who will benefit and an explanation of how they will benefit from the proposed project or program. For projects, describe the location of the project (be as specific as possible, e.g. street address). For programs, state the location from which the program will be operated and/or describe the geographic area served by the program. Also, please include a schedule of project/program milestones. The proposed project involves substantial upgrading of existing facilities at Arroyo Grande City Hall to provide higher levels of disabled access to the general public and City employees. There will be citywide benefit for citizens with disabilities by allowing access to all public offices within the City Hall building. Arroyo Grande City Hall is located at 214 East Branch Street in Arroyo Grande, California. 4. Total amount of CDBG funds requested: $ $130.000 -- --------------- ..J 2002 CDBG Application Organization: Please identify the jurisdiction(s) you are applying to: If you are requesting CDBG funds from more than one jurisdiction, please break down the amount shown above by the jurisdiction listed below. I City of Arroyo Grande: X City of Paso Robles: City of Atascadero: City of San Luis Obispo: City of Grover Beach: Unincorporated community of: County-wide: I I 5. Please describe the budget for the proposed project or program. a. Revenues: 1. CDBG Funds requested $ 130.000 2. Other funds (please describe below) $ Total Revenues $ a. Exoenditures: List below by item or cost category. Replace non-compliant curb ramps and sidewalks. $7,000 Provide compliant parking lot striping and signage. 4,000 Provide ADA compliant ramp access from parking to building 5,000 entrance. Replace entry doors, door hardware and thresholds. 9,000 Widen corridors as required for disabled access. 15,000 Construct ADA compliant toilet rooms. 45,000 Design and construction administration. 15,000 Structural repairs resulting from accessibility related alterations. 30,000 TOTAL $130,000 2- i I I -- - -----.--- -.--. --~ 2002 CDBG Application Organization: 6. Does the proposed project or activity meet one of the three national objectives of the CDBG program? Please check one of the objectives below that applies to the proposal, and explain below that applies to the proposal, and explain how the project or activity meets that national objective. a. - Benefits low and moderate-income persons as defined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). NOTE: To meet this national objective, the proposed activity must benefit a specific clientele or residents in a particular area of the county or participating city, at least 51 percent of whom are low and moderate-income persons. See I current Income limit schedule in the Request for Proposals. I I b. _ Aids in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight. NOTE: To meet this national objective, the proposed activity must be provided within a designated slum or blighted area, and must be designed to address one or more conditions that contributed to the deterioration of the area. c. -L Meets community development needs having a particular urgency where existing conditions pose a serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the community, and no other funding sources are available. NOTE: To meet this national objective, the proposed activity must be provided to deal with major catastrophes or emergencies such as floods or earthquakes. 7. If the project or program is designed to meet the National Objective of providing benefit to low and moderate Income persons, please estimate the number of persons (or households) to benefit from the project and break that estimate down by income group as follows: a. Total number of persons or households who will benefit from the project (regardless of income group): 3- ___u_ _.J I 2002 CDBG Application Organization: Persons/households (circle the applicable unit) a. Of the total number of persons or households entered above, how many will be low-income (earning 51% - 80% or less of the County Median income)? persons/households (circle the applicable unit) a. Of the total number of persons or households entered above, how many will be very low-income (earning 50% or loess of the County Median income)? Persons/households (circle the applicable unit) I 8. Check any of the following eligible activity categories that apply to the proposed project or program: (Refer to CDBG regulations and Guide to Eligible CDBG Activities) _ Acquisition of real property _ Disposition of real property -X.. Public facilities and improvements (may include acquisition, construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation or installation) 4- .----..----------......-- 2002 CDBG Application Organization: _ Privately-owned utilities _ Clearance, demolition, removal of buildings and improvements, and/or movement of structures to other sites - Interim assistance _ Relocation of individuals, families, businesses, non-profit organizations, and/or farms ---..2L Removal of architectural barriers _ Housing rehabilitation I I _ New housing construction (under limited circumstances) I - Code enforcement _ Historic preservation - Commercial or industrial rehabilitation _ Special economic development _ Special activities by subrecipients -- Public services _ Planning studies 9. Describe the need and the degree to urgency for the proposed project or program. What would be the consequences if the proposed project or program is not funded in the next year? Public services will be denied to disabled persons for yet another year at Arroyo Grande City Hall if funding is postponed. 5- 2002 CDBG Application Organization: 10. Please describe the specific organizatlon(s) method to implement the proposed project or program: (single or multiple group, with roles; public agency?; non-profit?; for-profit?; experience In operating similar programs; etc.). This project will be implemented by City of Arroyo Grande staff. 6- -- . 2002 CDSG Application Organization: I certify that the information in this application is true and accurate to the best of my ability and knowledge. /CJJ ~ ign u 1// ~ ~(5:::JU#J///r c&E? ~///~l1/r ~~A!. , Printe or typed name Title 7- --- -----.- COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO . COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) PROGRAM APPLICATION FOR FUNDING DURING 2002 PROGRAM YEAR (Attach additional sheets if necessary) NOTE: (1) Please review the CDBG regulations and guidelines and the Request for Proposals before completing this proposal. A copy of a HUD-prepared CDBG eligibility guidebook is available upon request from county staff. Also, please call county and/or city CDBG staff with any questions about how to complete the form or about the rating criteria and process. (2) If the information for any of the questions below requires more room to provide a complete explanation of your proposed project or program, please attach additional sheets. 1. Name and mailing address of applicant organization, with contact person and I phone number: I City of Arroyo Grande P.O. Box 550 Arroyo Grande, CA 93421 Kerry McCants, Interim Community Development Director (805) 473-5420 2. Title/name of proposed project or program: Code Enforcement Officer 3. Please describe the proposed project or program. Include a description of the groups who will benefit and an explanation of how they will benefit from the proposed project or program. For projects, describe the location of the project (be as specific as possible, e.g. street address). For programs, state the location from which the program will be operated and/or describe the geographic area served by the program. Also, please include a schedule of project/program milestones. One Code Enforcement position will be partially funded through the CDBG program. This will allow for the enforcement of the City's Building and Development Ordinances within the development project area and low and moderate-income area (see attached map). Lack of Code Enforcement in the RDA Project area and the low and moderate income areas will result in further deterioration of residential and business properties in those areas and related health and safety violations. Approximately 30-40% of code enforcement activities have been required in these areas for the past two years. Therefore, in the next year 40% of a full time _._-~.._------ ---- . 2002 CDBG Application Organization: Code Enforcement Officer position is requested. The activities of the Code Enforcement Officer include referring owners of deteriorating properties to resources that can assist in funding the necessary corrective measures. The City's code enforcement program is continuing to expand the home repair assistance program. 4. Total amount of CDBG funds requested: $ 15,000 Please identify the jurisdiction(s) you are applying to: City of Arroyo Grande. If you are requesting CDBG funds from more than one jurisdiction, please break down the amount shown above by the jurisdiction listed below. City of Arroyo Grande: City of Paso Robles: City of Atascadero: City of San Luis Obispo: City of Grover Beach: Unincorporated community of: County-wide: 5. Please describe the budget for the proposed project or program. a. Revenues: 1. CDBG Funds requested $15,000 2. Other funds (please describe below) $ Total Revenues $15,000 a. Expenditures: List below by item or cost category. 40% salary for Code Enforcement Officer 6. Does the proposed project or activity meet one of the three national objectives of the CDBG program? Please check one of the objectives below that applies to the proposal, and explain below that applies to the proposal, and explain how the project or activity meets that national objective. 2- i ---~- ~ . 2002 CDBG Application Organization: , a. _x_ Benefits low and moderate-income persons as defined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). NOTE: To meet this national objective, the proposed activity must benefit a specific clientele or residents in a particular area of the county or participating city, at least 51 percent of whom are low and moderate-income persons. See current income limit schedule in the Request for Proposals. b. _x_ Aids in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight. NOTE: To meet this national objective, the proposed activity must be provided within a designated slum or blighted area, and must be designed to address one or more conditions that contributed to the deterioration of the area. c. _ Meets community development needs having a particular urgency where existing conditions pose a serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the community, and no other funding sources are available. NOTE: To meet this national objective, the proposed activity must be provided to deal with major catastrophes or emergencies such as floods or earthquakes. 7. If the project or program is designed to meet the National Objective of providing benefit to low and moderate income persons, please estImate the number of persons (or households) to benefit from the project and break that estimate down by income group as follows: a. Total number of persons or households who will benefit from the project (regardless of income group): b. I The Code Enforcement Officer responds to approximately 240 households or I businesses in the project area per year. I Persons/households (circle the applicable unit) a. Of the total number of persons or households entered above, how many will be I low-income (earning 51 % - 80% or less of the County Median income)? I persons/households (circle the applicable unit) a. Of the total number of persons or households entered above, how many will be very low-income (earning 50% or loess of the County Median income)? Persons/households (circle the applicable unit) 3- ----- ----------- _u.___ ~- . 2002 CDSG Application Organization: , 8. Check any of the following eligible activity categories that apply to the proposed project or program: (Refer to CDBG regulations and Guide to Elioible CDBG Activities) _ Acquisition of real property _ Disposition of real property _ Public facilities and improvements (may include acquisition, construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation or installation) _ Privately-owned utilities _ Clearance, demolition, removal of buildings and improvements, and/or movement of structures to other sites - Interim assistance _ Relocation of individuals, families, businesses, non-profit organizations, and/or farms - Removal of architectural barriers . _ Housing rehabilitation _ New housing construction (under limited circumstances) _x_ Code enforcement _ Historic preservation I I - Commercial or industrial rehabilitation I _ Special economic development I t , i _ Special activities by subrecipients i - Public services _ Planning studies 9. Describe the need and the degree to urgency for the proposed project or program. What would be the consequences if the proposed project or 4- . 2002 CDBG Application Organization: program is not funded in the next year? Lack of Code Enforcement in the RDA Project area and the low and moderate- income areas will result in further deterioration of residential and business properties in those areas. 10. Please describe the specific organizatlon(s) method to implement the proposed project or program: (single or multiple group, with roles; public agency?; non-profit?; for-profit?; experience in operating similar programs; etc.). The Code Enforcement Officer operates out of the City's Community Development Department. The Code Enforcement officer has been employed for the past three years. I certify that the information in this application is true and accurate to the best of my ability and knowledge. Signature Date Printed or typed name Title I 5- ____nu___ - _"'0- ------ . COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO . COMMUNITY DEYELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) PROGRAM APPLICATION FOR FUNDING DURING 2002 PROGRAM YEAR (Attach additional sheets if necessary) NOTE: (1) Please review the CDBG regulations and guidelines and the Request for Proposals before completing this proposal. A copy of a HUD-prepared CDBG eligibility guidebook is available upon request from county staff. Also, please call county and/or city CDBG staff with any questions about how to complete the form or about the rating criteria and process. (2) If the information for any of the questions below requires more room to provide a complete explanation of your proposed project or program, please attach additional sheets. 1. Name and mailing address of applicant organization, with contact person and phone number: 1 Diane K. Sheeley Economic Development Director City of Arroyo Grande P.O. Box 550 - 215 E. Branch Street Arroyo Grande, CA 93420 (805)473-5486 (805)473-5489 fax dsheeley@arroyogrande.org 2. Title/name of proposed project or program: E. Grand Ave. Small Business Assistance Program 3. Please describe the proposed project or program. Include a description of the groups who will benefit and an explanation of how they will benefit from the proposed project or program. For projects, describe the location of the project (be as specific as possible, e.g. street address). For programs, state the location from which the program will be operated and/or describe the geographic area served by the program. Also, please Include a schedule of project/program milestones. The City of Arroyo Grande's Economic Development Department/Redevelopment Agency would like to offer eligible microenterprises in the E. Grand Ave. area the opportunity to receive grant funds to revitalize their businesses, including fa<;ade improvements, window replacements, and fresh paint. This program would complement the City's desire to implement a Master Plan for the E. Grand Ave. area. The City (See attached map of project area).) Milestones include; . designation of grant approval and monitoring committee; . description of grant eligibility criteria; . notice of grant availability to small business/microenterprises in the project area . 50% of grants awarded within six months of CDBG fund availability . remaining grants awarded within one year of CDBG fund availability 4. Total amount of CDBG funds requested: $ 100,000 Please identify the jurisdiction(s) you are applying to: City of Arroyo Grande If you are requesting CDBG funds from more than one jurisdiction, please break down the amount shown above by the jurisdiction listed below. NA I City of Arroyo Grande: City of Paso Robles: City of Atascadero: City of San Luis Obispo: _______.m__ - . 2002 CDBG Application Organization: , City of Grover Beach: Unincorporated community of: County-wide: 5. Please describe the budget for the proposed project or program. a. Revenues: 1. CDBG Funds requested $ 100,000 2. Other funds (please describe below) $ ----- Total Revenues $ 100,000 b. Expenditures: List below by item or cost category. The City of Arroyo Grande anticipates making approximately twenty (20) grants of $5,000 per business to eligible businesses within the Redevelopment Agency area along E. Grand Ave. 6. Does the proposed project or activity meet one of the three national 'objectives of the CDBG program? Please check one of the objectives below that applies to the proposal, and explain below that applies to the proposal, and explain how the project or activity meets that national objective. a. ---1L Benefits low and moderate-income persons as defined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). NOTE: To meet this national objective, the proposed activity must benefit a specific clientele or residents in a particular area of the county or participating city, at least 51 percent of whom are low and moderate-income persons. See current income limit schedule In the Request for Proposals. b. ---1L Aids In the prevention or elimination of slums or blight. NOTE: To meet this national objective, the proposed activity must be provided within a designated slum or blighted area, and must be designed to address one or more conditions that contributed to the deterioration of the area. c. Meets community development needs having a particular urgency where existing conditions pose a serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the community, and no other funding sources are available. NOTE: To meet this national objective, the proposed activity must be provided to deal with major catastrophes or emergencies such as floods or earthquakes. 7. If the project or program is designed to meet the National Objective of providing benefit to low and moderate Income persons, please estimate the number of persons (or households) to I benefit from the project and break that estimate down by Income group as follows: a. Total number of persons or households who will benefit from the project (regardless of income group ): 20 Persons/households (circle the applicable unit) a. Of the total number of persons or households entered above, how many will be low-income (earning 51 % - 80% or less of the County Median income)? 50 persons/households (circle the applicable unit) 2- 2002 CDBG Application Organization: , a. Of the total number of persons or households entered above, how many will be very low-income (earning 50% or loess of the County Median income)? 15 Persons/households (circle the applicable unit) 8. Check any of the following eligible activity categories that apply to the proposed project or program: (Refer to CDBG regulations and Guide to Eliaible CDBG Activities) - Acquisition of real property - Disposition of real property - Public facilities and improvements (may include acquisition, construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation or installation) - Privately-owned utilities - Clearance, demolition, removal of buildings and improvements, and/or movement of structures to other sites - Interim assistance - Relocation of individuals, families, businesses, non-profit organizations, and/or farms - Removal of architectural barriers - Housing rehabil itation - New housing construction (under limited circumstances) I - Code enforcement - Historic preservation -L Commercial or industrial rehabilitation - Special economic development - Special activities by subrecipients - Public services - Planning studies 9. Describe the need and the degree to urgency for the proposed project or program. What would be the consequences If the proposed project or program Is not funded In the next year? Since the City of Arroyo Grande is actively pursuing the E. Grand Ave. Master Plan in the Redevelopment Agency's Project Area to avoid slums and blight in the targeted area, it is critically important for the City to begin implementing the Small Business Assistance Program. The City risks losing businesses in the targeted area if we do not actively work with the business owners and property owners to enhance their businesses. Additionally, if the project is not funded, the consequences could be significant as the existing businesses need to be even more competitive as the City is being approached by major retail chains for vacant commercial/retail sites in the targeted 3- ___n____. ___..._ 2002 CDSG Application Organization: , area. 10. Please describe the specific organization{s) method to implement the proposed project or program: (single or multiple group, with roles; public agency?; non-profit?; for-profit?; experience in operating similar programs; etc.). The City of Arroyo Grande anticipates the method of implementation for the project to include providing grants to qualified applicants. More specifically. the City expects to grant approximately twenty (20)grants of $5,000, totaling $100,000. I certify that the information in this application is true and accurate to the best of my ability and knowledge. ~~ ~~_ j{Sk~ !O/c9-CJ/O/ Diane K. Sheeley Economic Development Director Printed or typed name Title 4- I I I I J , . COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO ~ECEIV COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) PROGRA ED APPLICATION FOR FUNDING DURING 2002 PROGRAM YEAR OCT 2 9 2001 (Attach additional sheets if necessary) Planning & Bldg NOTE: (1) Please review the CDBG regulations and guidelines and the Request for Proposals before completing this proposal. A copy of a HUD-prepared CDBG eligibility guidebook is available upon request from county staff. Also, please call county and/or city CDBG staff with any questions about how to complete the form or about the rating criteria and process. (2) If the information for any of the questions below requires more room to provide a complete explanation of your proposed project or program, please I attach additional sheets. I \ 1. Name and mailing address of applicant organization, with contact person and phone number: Floyd Butterfield, Chairman of The Board of Directors Food Bank Coalition of San Luis Obispo County P.O. Box 2070 Paso RDbJes, CA 93446 Phone: 238-4664 Fax: 238-6956 2. Title/name of proposed project or program: Food Bank Warehouse Purchase 3. Please describe the proposed project or program. Include a description of the groups who will benefit and an explanation of how they will benefit from the proposed project or program. For projects, describe the location of the project (be as specific as possible, e.g. street address). For programs, state the location from which the program will be operated and/or describe the geographic area served by the program. Also, please include a schedule of project/program milestones. This project is a continuation of the 2001 CDBG request for funds to be used for the purchase of a new warehouse for the San Luis Obispo County Food Bank. CDBG funds will be used to help purchase a 16,000 square foot building that is currently under construction in Paso Robles (site plan, building floor plan and elevations included in Addendum. pages A I-A3) at 2212 Golden Hill Road. The total purchase price of the entire building is $850,000. The site will be purchased from a developer with the aid of the Food Bank's current landlord, if necessary. CDBG funds will provide a portion of the purchase monies, with the balanee coming from pri vate dDnations and other grants. I I 1- Question #3 (continued)- The groups who benefit from Food Hank services are the Connty's low and moderate- income residents. The Food Bank supplies food to approximately 120 agencies throughout the County (Table I, page 3) who then provide it, typically combined with other services, to those in need. The Food Bank also distributes food directly, to qualified low-income county residenls, through its USDA Emergency Food Assistance Program and Brown Bag Food Distribution sites. By increasing the warehouse size, and thereby the food available to all existing Food Bank programs, all of the individuals receiving food benefit. Food received will be in greater volume and of greater variety. In addition, a greater volume of food available for distribution will increase the number of agencies and sites that can be supplied, and so increase the number of residents served. Finally, through the greater financial stability that will arise from saved lease payments. the Food Bank will be in a position to more easily establish a south-county distribution site, a Food Hank priority. The Food Bank warehouse is located in Paso Robles. Food is dislributed through agencies and programs operating county-wide. Table I presents the Food Hank's I11l'l11hl'r agl'lll'il's and additional food distribution sites by location. Table 2 (page 4) shows Ihe projected volullle of food distributed throughout the county in 2001. This grdnt application is Lo purchase a new, larger warehouse in Paso Robles. Tables 1 amI 2 indicate that a more central location within the county might be better. In fact, this suggestion is one of the most often made by Food Bank agencies. The Board of Directors of the Food Bank and its Building and Site Committee have both studied this issue in depth, The Food Bank is a 501(e)3 private non-profit that was founded by private, concerned citizens in 1988 and established in Paso Robles. Over the years, as the Food Bank's activity and food distribution system have grown, its volunteer base has grown as well. The Food Bank's entire operation is currently run by a paid staff of 4 and volunteers working out of the warehouse numbering more than 70, most of whom live in or near Paso Robles. Several hundred more volunteers are involved in all Food Bank operations county-wide. In addition, the Paso Robles location is at the intersection of Highways 101 and 46. From the standpoint of receiving large-volume food donations, this is a strategic location for truck runs between theCalifomia coast and central valley. The Food Bank currently receives food from other food banks and retail and wholesale food distributors located north, south and east of Paso Robles. The establishment of a second. sonth l'ollnly location is an impurlmll priority wilh lhc I'<)od Bank Board of Directors and stafr. Their first priority, however, is to strengthen the existing financial and physical infrastructure of the Food Bank. 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(2) Arroyo Grande 85,000 $ 127,500 Atascadero 370,000 $ 555,000 Cambria 32,000 $ 48,000 Cayucos 30,000 $ 45,000 Grover Beach 426,000 $ 639,000 Los Osos 4,000 $ 6.000 Morro Bay 187.000 $ 280500 Nipomo 62,UUU $ lJ3,000 Oceano 151,000 $ 226,500 Paso Robles 420,000 $ 630,000 San Luis Obispo 274,000 $ 411,000 San Miguel 44,000 $ 66,000 Santa Margarita 18,000 $ 27,000 Shandon 19,000 $ 28,500 Tcmplcton 29,000 $ 43,500 Unincorporated County 849,000 $1 ,273 ,500 Totals 3,000,000 pounds $4,500,000 I. Pounds distributed by agencies or sites located in community shown. Actual food distribution may have gone to residents outside of listed city. 2. Nationally recognized value of food distributed by fuod banks according tu Second Harvest guidelines. A schedule of milestones for the building purchase project is shown on the following page. Because the new warehouse is nearing completion, the timeline shown is considered to be highly reliable. The Food Bank will be able to occupy the building, subject to availability offunds, soon after its completion in December of this year (200 I). I - 4 - Question #3 (continued): Schedule of Milestones: November -meet with County and partner cities' officials to support CDBG application 2001 -attend CDBG hearings as scheduled -apply for additional public and private grants to support building program -receive 2001 CDBG monies and purchase portion of new building -ongoing Capital Campaign activities December -meet with County and partner cities' officials to support CDBG application 2001 -attend CDBG hearings as scheduled -apply for additional public and private grants to support building program -occupy new warehouse space -relocate existing Food Bank infrastructure -ongoing Capital Campaign activities I January -meet with County and partner cities' officials 10 support COHli application 2002 -attend 2002 CDBG hearings as scheduled -apply for additional public and private grants to support building program -ongoing Capital Campaign activities February -obtain 2002 CDBG approval terms 2002 -ongoing Capital Campaign activities March -finalize additional building purchase terms with seller. per CDBG approval and 2002 approval of other grant requests -ongoing Capital Campaign activities April -host third annual Vintner's Dinner on behalf of Capital Campaign 2002 -ongoing Capital Campaign activities May -obtain Environmental review waiver from County, if required 2002 -ongoing Capital Campaign activities June -adjust terms of purchase contract to available granl and Capital Campaign funds 2002 -ongoing Capital Campaign activities July -ongoing Capital Campaign activities 2002 August -ongoing Capital Campaign activities 2002 September -ongoing Capital Campaign activities I 2002 October -ongoing Capital Campaign activities 2002 -purchase additional warehouse space with 2002 CDBG grant - 5 - _'_n._ ----.- 2002, CDBG Application Organizalion: Fond nank 4. Total amount of CDBG funds requested: $ 134,320 Please identify the jurisdiction(s) you are applying to: County, City of San Luis Obispo, City of Arroyo Grande If you are requesting CDBG funds from more than one jurisdiction, please break down the amount shown above by the jurisdiction listed below. City of Arroyo Grande: $11,000 City of Paso Robles: City of Atascadero: City of San Luis Obispo: $28,000 City of Grover Beach: Unincorporated community of: County-wide: $95,320 Table 3 I 2002 CDBG J<'unds Requested I CDBG ! 1990 Low-Income 2001 2001 2002 Jurisdiction and Low-Moderate Funds Funds Funds I Income Population (I) Requested A warded Requested ~ County 36.398 $127,000 $ 31,680 $ 95,320 San I.uis Ohispo 24,0.10 1> R1.0()() 1> .'\:'i.OOO 1> 2R.OOO Paso Robles 9,021 $ 3 I ,000 $ 3 I ,O()() $ 0 Atascadero 7,006 $ 24,000 $ 24,000 $ 0 Grover Beach 5,479 $ 19,000 $ 19,000 $ 0 Arroyo Grande 4,711 $ 16,000 $ 5,000 $11.000 Totals 86,645 $300,000 $165,680 $134,320 (I) from 'County of San Luis Obispo 2000 Consolidated Plan', Table 6, page II - 6 - 2002.CDBG Applicalion Organizalion: Food IIn III, S. Please describe the budget for the proposed project or program. a. Revenues: 1. CDBG Funds requested $ 134,320 2. Other funds (please describe below) $ 835,680 Total Revenues $ 970,000 b. Expenditures: List below by item or cost category. I - 7 - Question #5 - Describe the budget for the proposed project The total cost of the Food Bank warehouse purchase is $8.50,000. This amount will buy 16,000 square feet of finished warehouse, including 2,000 square feet of office space. All CDBO funds will go toward warehouse purchase. These funds will be supplemented by on-hand and future Capital Campaign funds received as private donations. They will also be supplemented by other grants received, applied for, and to-be applied for. The Food Bank will obtain a loan to bridge the gap bctwccn building purchasc and reccipt of funds. In January, 2000 the Board of Directors hired a consulting firnl to study the feasibility of raising the funds necessary for the warehouse purchase project as discussed in this document. Among other findings, that study indicated that it would be feasible to accomplish the project, but that some significant funding must come to the project from within the county in order to attract funding from outside of it. This CDBO application is meant to supply a portion of the in-county funding. A Capital Campaign Committee was also formed inthc year 2000 to raise fuuds lor the project through private donations. Since the award of CDBO funds last year to the Food Bank, the Capital Campaign has raised an additional $200,000 through private grants, pledges, and donations. The Capital Campaign's activities will continue, unlilthe final goal of$I.2 million is achieved. Local donations from private donors are currently the single biggest source of Food Bank operating funds, averaging over $100,000 per year in cash donations with additional in-kind donations of service, equipment, publicity, temporary warehouse space, and more. There are a number of regional and national grant programs available to food banks, almost all of which provide matching funds to local contributions. The Food Bank staff and Board are well aware of these programs and believe significant CDBO funding is a key to receiving additional funds through them. Local support is key to receiving support outside the county. Over the past two years, Food Bank staff has prepared for warehouse expansion by applying for and receiving funding for infrastructure from the California Department of Social Services Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAP). In 1999, the Food Bank was awarded a grant in the amount of $68,000 for the purchase of a new refrigerated truck and a second forklift. In the year 2000, $21,000 was received for the purl,hase of a late model, 3/4 ton pil'k-up for local delivcries. In Novemher. 2000, the Food Bank npplied for 11 new rd'rigerator/freczer to hl' huill within the new warehouse space. The grant application was inlhe amount of approxinlalcly $120,000. The Food Bnnk received $46,000 from this application in 2001. Unfortunntcly, funding for this program for 2002 has becn deleted from the state budget. While these funds cannot be used for warehouse purchase, they are integral to warehouse operations. Overall, the warehouse purchase price of $8.50,000, is a portion of a complete facility expansion totalling approximately $970,000 with the refrigerator/freezer addition (and not counting the already-acquired second forklift, refrigerated truck and pickup). Total requested 2001 and 2002 CDBO funds of $300,000 comprise 31 % of the facility expansion total. - 8 - 2002 CDSG Application Organization: Food Bank 6. Does the proposed project or activity meet one of the three national objectives of the CDBG program? Please check one of the objectives below that applies to the proposal, and explain below that applies to the proposal, and explain how the project or activity meets that national objective. a. x Benefits low and moderate-income persons as defined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). NOTE: To meet this national objective, the proposed activity must benefit a specific clientele or residents in a particular area of the county or participating city, at least 51 percent of whom are low and moderate-income persons. See current income limit schedule in the Request for Proposals. b. _ Aids in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight. NOTE: To meet this national objective, the proposed activity must be provided within a designated slum or blighted area, and must be designed to address one or more conditions that contributed to the deterioration of the area. c. _ Meets community development needs having a particular urgency where existing conditions pose a serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of ! the community, and no other funding sources are available. NOTE: To meet this national objective, the proposed activity must be provided to deal with major catastrophes or emergencies such as floods or earthquakes. I I I i - 9 - -----.- _n_ Question #6 - Explain how the Food Bank warehouse purchase program benefits low and moderate-income persons as defined by HUD The low and moderate-income population of San Luis Obispo Counly (as defined by HUD) is documented in Table 3, page 6 (this information comes from the 'County of San Luis Obispo 2000 Consolidated Plan', Table 6, page 11). It lists the total county population of such persons as 86,645. The San Luis Obispo County Food Bank distributes food through three primary programs. It operates the United States Department of Agriculture's Emergency Food Assistance Program (USDA-EFAP). This program distributes food to qualified low-income people throughout the county. This past year, 18 EFAP distribution sites and 6 congregate feeding sites were supplied by the Food Bank. Under this program, approximately 350,000-450,000 pounds of food are distributed annually. In 2000, approximately 4,000 individuals were served and all of these qualify as very low-income under HUD guidelines. In 1999, the Food Hank contracted with the California Department of Aging to take over I the county-wide Brown Bag program. Using grocery bags, this program provides approximately 250,000 pounds of food annually to about 800 low-income senior citil.ens through 14 distributiun I sites. Almost all served by this program qualify as very luw-income. The bulk of Food Bank food is distributed through its 105+ member agencies, shown on Table 1 (page 3). These agencies provide food in every area in the County. Some have stricl income limits on the people they serve, others simply serve those in need. Most provide additional services besides food. Because of the variation in income qualifications used by the agencies, it is not possible to say with certainty that all of those served meet the HUD-defined low to moderale- income limits. Food Bank staff estimate that almost all fall within the low-income definition and half or more are below the very low-income limit. In summary, all Food Bank programs serve only those defined as low to moderate-income as defined by HUD. Food is distributed throughout all areas of the county. The Food Bank warehouse purchase program is meant to provide a bigger facility to the Food Bank and to remove the constant drain of rent payments from its operating budget. Both of these factors will lead to improved services, more people served, and more food volume reaching the target population. - 10 - -- 2002 CDBG Application Organization: Food Bank 7. If the project or program is designed to meet the National Objective of providing benefit to low and moderate income persons, please estimate the number of persons (or households) to benefit from the project and break that estimate down by income group as follows: a. Total number of persons or households who will benefit from the project (regardless of income group): 36,000 ,':::F"ers~households (circle the applicable unit) The Food B.ank currently serves approximately 24,000 county residents. Increased warehouse space will allow those already receiving Food Bank assistance to receive more fo.od. and increased varieties of food. Food Bank staff estimates that total food distributions w,lImcrease from .th~ current 2.5 million p~unds per year to approximately 3.5 million po~nds per year wlthm 12 ~onths of obtal~mg the increased warehouse spaef'. They I estimate the number of residents served to mcrease from 24.000 to 36,000 within Iwo years. The areas served will be generally the same as the current areas served. i I b. Ofthe total number of persons or households entered above, how many will be low- income (earning 51 % - 80% or less of the County Median income)? 36,000 ~households (circle the applicable unit) All of those served by the Food Bank's USDA and Brown Bag Programs fall well below the low-income limits as defined by HUD. The USDA-EFAP program serves approximately 4000 people, while the Brown Bag program serves approximately 750. bolh providing food on a monthly basis. Food Bank agencies are not required to document the income levels of those they serve but essentially all of those served are residents in financial need whose incomes probably fall within the low-income limits. Agencies serve approximately 20,000 rcsidents on an annual basis. In summary, almost all of the residents I served by the Food Bank currently and in the future qualify as low-income. I I I c. Of the total number of persons or households entered above, how many will be very low-income (earning 50% or loess of the County Median income)? 18,000 Qerson~ouseholds (circle the applicable unit) All of those served by the LJSDA-EFAP program also fall below the very low- income limits. Since the Brown Bag income limits for couples are slightly higher than the HUD-defined very low-income limits, a small portion of Brown Bag recipients may not qualify as very low-income. Most of them probably do. A significant portion of those served by agencies would probably also qualify as very low-income. Food Bank staff estimate that at least 50% of those served by the Food Bank probably qualify under the very low-income guidelines. A similar estimate would apply to those additional residents to be served by the Food Bank's expansion. - II - ~-_.- ..---....- 2002 CDBG Application Organization: Food Bank 8. Check any of the following eligible activity categories that apply to the proposed project or program: (Refer to CDBG regulations and Guide to Eligible CDBG Activities) I ~ Acquisition of real property ! I f _ Disposition of real property Public facilities and improvements (may include acquisition, construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation or installation) _ Privately-owned utilities _ Clearance, demolition, removal of buildings and improvements, and/or movement of structures to other sites - Interim assistance _ Relocation of individuals, families, businesses, non-profit organizations, and/or farms - Removal of architectural barriers _ Housing rehabilitation _ New housing construction (under limited circumstances) - Code enforcement _ Historic preservation - Commercial or industrial rehabilitation _ Special economic development I I _ Special activities by subrecipients - Public services _ Planning studies - 12 - _0.- 2002 CDBG Application Organization: 'Fnnrl Rgn1r 9. Describe the need and the degree to urgency for the proposed project or program. What would be the consequences if the proposed project or program is not funded in the next year? The low and moderate-income population in San Luis Obispo County is documented in Tab]e 3 (page 6). Member agencies of the Food Bank and programs it operates currently serve a significant portion of this population but much more can be done. Page 17 of the 'County of San Luis Obispo 2000 Consolidated Plan' lists programs providing food assistance to the honleless and thosc struggling to afford housing (Addendum, pagc A4). As shown in Tablc I (pagc 3) of this document, every program listed is an agency of the Food Bank, receiving from it at least a portion of the food served. Through its agencies and programs. the Food Bank presently provides some food assistance to approximately 26,000 of these low-income residents. [n 1999 and again in 2000, approximately 2.5 million pounds of food were distributed for an average of 104 pounds per rcsidcnt scrvcd. [n 2001. it is cxpcctcd that morc than 3.0 million pOllnds of food will havc bccn distributed, since for most of Ihe ycar, the Food Bank has been ablc to opcratc out of a sCl'und. donated warehouse. The donated warehouse has only been made available on a temporary basis however, because of the generosity of a private donor, while the Food Bank is wailing to move into its larger facility. More food is available to our Food Bank, even much more. but because of the size of the existing warehouse, no more can be handled there. Table 4 (below) compares the San Luis Obispo County warehouse size with that of some other Food Banks in the state. The SLO Food Bank is the smallest. The Santa Cruz County Food Bank for example, one of the most successful in the state, serves a similar-sized poverty-level population (California Department of Social Services figures) to our county. In 1998, they were able to provide an average of 176 ponnds of food to each poverty level person, but they operate out of a 14,000 square-foot warehouse. Table 4 County ] 998 Pounds Poverty Level Pounds Warehouse Population Distributed Size (sq. ft.) I hcsno 2.440,000 140,000 17 21>.000 Marin 1.900,000 11.500 165 12.000 San Luis Obispo 2,500,000 26,000 96 6.000 Santa Cruz 4,800,000 27,200 176 14.000 Santa Barbara 4,700,000 45,200 104 15,000 Solano 3,000,000 82,300 36 12,000 Tulare 4,000,000 69,]00 58 13,000 With increased warehouse size. the SLO Food Bank can increase the number of agencies served, the number of people served, and provide more pounds of food per person served. An additional benefit that this project brings, besides the increased warehouse capacity. is the fact that currently available operating funds that are used to pay rent will be able to be used for - 13 - Question #9 (continued) other purposes. The rood Bank operates with an extremely small paid staff, who are significantly underpaid. Most work is performed by volunteers. At times, some Food Bank operations suffer because of the lack of availability of funds. To the extent that purchased warehouse space replaces rented space, the Food Bank's financial base will improve which will improve all operations. After labor, warehouse rental payments are currently the Food Bank's biggest monthly expense. Funding of this project now provides several benefits. First, the opportunity afforded by a generous and cooperative landlord and developer may not exist for a great period of time. Also, a building of the right size, in the right location, with the proper zoning, etc. is difficult to find. In fact, The Food Bank's Building and Site Committee searched for more than one year before identifying this opportunity. Along with the rest of California real estate, a warehouse acquisition only becomes more expensive with time. Perhaps most importantly, rood Bank volume cannot grow heyond the present without increased warehouse space. Those that presenlly and increasingly need more rood Hllnk IIssislarK'e will not receive it. I I I I I - 14 - --.-- , 2002 COSG Application Organization: Food Bank 10. Please describe the specific organization(s) method to implement the proposed project or program: (single or multiple group, with roles; public agency?; non-profit?; for-profit?; experience in operating similar programs; etc.). The overall responsibility for the implementation of this project rests with the Board of Directors of the Food Bank. Floyd Butterfield, Chainnan of the Board, and Sally Coons. Vice- Chairman, have been involved in all aspects of this project from its inception. Floyd Butterfield is a fanner and business man. He has been involved in the planning, designing, building and management of a wide variety of projects. Sally Coons is an Assistant Vice-President of Mission Community Bank and Mission Community Development Corporation. For more than the past two years, the Board has been aware that warehouse space has been a limiting factor in the Food Bank's ability to meet the demand for food resources in the County. A Building and Site committee was fonned to advise the Board of Directors regarding possible locations and costs of expanded facilities. Sally Coous chairs this committee. A Capital Campaign committee was also fonned to advise the Hoard of Directors regarding the method of raising funds for additional facilities and to implement the approved plan. Sally Coons chairs this committee, and more recently, Mary Lou Stemper has joined the Board of Directors and taken much of the responsibility for the Capital Campaign. The new warehouse building is a part of a larger development project being built by Hastings Enterprises of Paso Robles. Newlin Hastings, the owner of Hastings Enterprises, has been a long-time supporter of the Food Bank as well as several other community-support organizations. He is an original member of the Food Bank's Building and Site committee. Mr. Hastings will be instrumental in constructing the real estate transaction that will pass ownership of the newly-constructed warehouse from the bulider to the Food Bank. Mr. Larry Ratner is the Food Bank's current landlord. He has bcen and continucs to be very supportive of the Food Bank. Mr. Ratner recently donated $25,000 and pledged an additional $75,000 to the Food Bank's Capital Campaign. His willingness to assist the Food Bank in this project is one of the keys to its success. To physically accomplish the move, the Food Bank will use its dedicated volunteers. without whom the Food Bank couldn't exist. I certify that the information in this application is true and accurate to the best of my ability and knowledge. - {o 2~ O{ Date Floyd Butterfield Board Chairman Printed or typed name Title - 15 - Addendum Page # Description I Al New Building Site Plan A2 New Building Floor Plan A3 New Building Elevations A4 Page 17 of' 2000 Consolidaled Plan' AS... County-wide letter~ of ~lIprort I :II~' .' , "U.t"bdll .~ " , ~1;: . . . ~_._ __ ,..,J.'!ofil ___.'___ _.__. -- I (,091 , : ////<< I I I ; ~ ~Fi;.---'--J'i ,"~" ..!~ ,... . / I ~.! I .~'1 . / ' ~ I ' t ,;, 0 I , / ~ 0' V /, I' '" .,1'/ /' ' if ... ~~ ,/ i J' ,\ ;:' ' \ .~-/ - . I' ,--- ~, ,--."---r-r ),:Jfl...nt! ll-I~<I .. /: 1'1 ~.' : ! Ji ~ !.. ~! 1 I ;, , Ii --- 'i~;~ Jj' : ' I ~ I'I~: ::. / J " ,,'i.J. 'n. '. ," /;: , I~ =:;:"'':''':'''1:'''' ": I ~.""':'r' / 1 ----. ""Ir' . ,) ~ '/ .1 i -- \~.;. . 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I IOl hs ; '" III 1. i , I ___L_ _. ... I ~. - - . - '0'- i:!-j i IOl IS 1!! 1>~ ! o -~ j I ~ ! 0 -3 I I I I ~ NORTH PROPOSED WAREHOUSE FOOD BANK COALITION OF SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY - A'2 - , , ., ;! , ,~ , ~ '.' , 11.:'- .; '. ~. I I ,. ,j ') ~ 1 ~ t, I, , ~ ~1 ~ I 114] ,I. Z . ::7 ~ :.:,1,\" ;1, il '~}t~ " '}' \ , ,.~ I ,. J. .~ ,~ .- .., ~. I, , , , I" . i~A ,. I t= I \ i I ~. I r. 'E"I i 11'.1 , ,~ I H .. ! \I) I ~ ~ i I I I ,. I , ~ I', c ~ ----- l .- -- I , , I I - \ , I ~-.._- :: ! , d. ' j! j ~ -1 I " " ~ I I\~ II! . ~ ~ , ~ 'I -1 I It ., I .' I iI '~ , - A 3 - , - Emergency Assistance: Food distribution programs and soup kitchens provide hot meals, bags of groceries, gasoline or grocery vouchers, motel vouchers, clothing, and information and referrals. Programs serving the North County include Loaves and Fishes of Atascadero, Loaves and Fishes of Paso Robles, and the Salvation Army. In San Luis Obispo, emergency assistance is provided by Grass Roots II, Operation Outreach, People's Kitchen, and the Salvation Army. Programs serving the South County include Harvest Bag, Five Cities Christian Women's Food Distribution, South County People's Kitchen, and the Salvation Army. Emergency Shelter: The shelters provide food, shelter, showers and a safe environment for their clients. These shelters operate at full capacity. Services provided at these shelters include eligibility assistance for SSI or other public benefits, transportation, substance abuse treatment, job referrals, on-site emergency healthcare and transportation to medical facilities, family planning services and child care. Existing shelters include the following: Program: Economic Opportunity Commission Emergency Shelter Location: San Luis Obispo Capacity: 50 beds Population served: All homeless Geographic area: County-wide Funding: CDBG, ESG, California DEO, United Way, FEMA EFS, SLO County and SLO City, private donations Program: Women's Shelter Program of San Luis Obispo Location: San Luis Obispo Capacity: 10 beds Population served: Women and children who are victims of domestic violence , I Geographic area: County-wide I' Funding: County Marriage License Fees, United Way, State Funds, ~ ESG, private donations i Program: North County Women's Resource center and Shelter Location: Atascadero Capacity: 18 beds Population served: Women and children who are victims of domestic violence Geographic area: County-wide Funding: County Marriage License Fees, ESG, FEMA EFS, private donations i 2000 Consolidated Plan (03/21/00) Page 17 San Luis Obispo Counly ,> I - ^ 4 - i ,,--- . WAI..._ ""'^lIado, !'t1Or.... Cb.., AI""I R. ".. CIoaf Cwf01i It. rllOI UtmMWc ,- OontJII 'W'U""oJ c...rn_ DIvI'_I.:o'_. CCIrpI Olllw 6 _or.. The Salvatioll Army 81 S IslfOl S"."I fChorrrJ .114 J'M)1 su..lts) ,.., Ol/k' Sa 14109 s.-4N LUIS 081$/10, C<4 flJ416-11fJ9 T.".- _I"... (1111_25.13 FOOD BANK COALHION OP SAN tUIS OBISPO COUNTY P.O. BOX 2070 PASO ROBLES. CA. 9;'447 JANUAAY..2ool Ml, Jim Kelnper, TM SalvAUou AJroy WIll11S to add it. SUpp'JI1 On your behalf in acc,ulring a new and large. warcholllt facility. With a laracr facility, yo",~11-bc able tD pwchasc. .male food line! pass \hI: bt.'neflts to those o(ualn the community who f..d the peopJe in SItlI Luis Obispo CO\IJ"Jt}.. ______._____ lb. Sal\'ation Ann)' wUhcs you lug\;, In ,'our endeavor. Sinoerely. ckfd-- [ j , I lIt Assembly of Cod Arroyo Grande California To Whom It May Concern: The Food Bank provides a valuable resource for our church organization in aiding the needy in our community. Under the C\UTent rather-crowded circumstances. we believe that the Food Bank serves ita orpni7.Ational clientele very wen. However, we also recognize that if ft larger warehouse facility were available to it, its services could be expanded and improwd even more. ~~ Church food coordinator --~.__._-- ---- ~H~ :Iar F.u: H3U t2 .- ____Wt.!!AIfiWI - _._J~I___ - - 1-UIi-ClI - ! ~ . l-'--~'~' . - ......-...-. _.- -. - . .. . '_,'_'__'_'N'_'" "," -., - - ..... .- - '" - " . .--'. .... ,,-.- ... - .--- -" ..-..- .- .. - ~.. CDIO Ci\y-ODaatJ Pl&aD.~. - . - - - . -.z_. .acii. l'Umah Qoo~IUJlator o~ n.'a!;. l'ootI ault,.II~I'OTO_ Gr.-cle. - , It. P.,. 'ood AaDk,rB11.. 00 ,.. Paao ~1.. rood aaDX eoa11t1aG ro~ ~ .- a..ItCIati*~.lr 0" llJib'd of ... ~aad i~ diBII.t"ibat.ad ....Irly to the , DeedJ or th!. areafArrnJG Qraode) Kajor 1teaAia.ecled V..klJ,to 11a' a f.. are a. ~o11ow..balk rlee,fl'e.~ produc.,1'reeh rr1l1t etc. 00. lte. IIM\ 1. z.....t:ed ud ..", a..al1~.. i. ,"011.' pap"l'. Mr.JI. a..,.r ..0 8~rr ha... p.rroraed Terr well in proYidioV !l.rals j tood I:JaD.k ..{tab tlbo .aore .....t10..e. it_ &lid ...,_other food ~ClCllICt.. 1 1 I .. __4 at ~ JtJb J.i.a arul hi.. cJ4KIla8teG .U" do 00 a daUy bada , in tile -1'7 arUlpt4 wareholl.. thoI' cia b..tft... tr08I I .. cD~U..all IlhA' I - J.D'. la~1U tOCUlt, ,aD .TaII gr..ter nJ.4R:tiI....<< ElS'tad' neIAs 1I'Oute!' . .. iIeG_ __11010. ~le..e,~GY . larger facility 110 "eoae a..l1able eo that we aaA ..ke ., .or. .... . our poor .. .... r . - - - " 81aCU'.lJ - - .- - - . . ~OD ~~~~- - - . . - -- - : . - -- -. . - . - . - J . '14 ..~ d-r--P / I - . I ! , , 1 1 - - . - - . , I I ----~--_._-- [fP~ au#id,t ~~ [ 1937 Rlverside Ave. + P. O. Bo:< BB4 + Paso Robles, California 93447-0854 * (Plea.e addres. all u.s. Matl only co che Pote Offtc:e Bq:c) * TE1-EPHONE: ceO!5) 2.38-20 I , .r:'AX: CaO!!)) 237-' Ost' Reverend Ruben F. Tate, Jr., Pastor E-MAIL: 2ndbpt~b..11 ,n91 I Wednesday. January 3, 2001 CD B G City-County Partner~1 Th.. s..cond Baptist Church at Paso Robles full" supports and urges eVI,.y conaidcnltiun pClwblc for the affirmative action on the application being iliad" by (he Sa.. Lu1s Oblbpo County Food Bank Coalition for a fair share of CDBG funding to enahle the Food Bank Coalition to expand its warehouse capadty and operations. The Second Baptist Church has for many years spootlOred and fully operates the Christ's KItchen MJnimy which provides free hot meals to anyone in need every day of the I week Monday tbroughFriday from J 1.:30 AM to 12:30 PM. In the year 2000 alone the , Christ KIlChen has served OVER. six thowand (6,000) meals using volunteer help from the membership of the Second Baprist Church L' welt as from other churches in this communJty and other capable and generous people in the Mm!: COnlIn un It)' donating their time and - ell'orU to the MInistry. Our tlothing MInIstry provides clothing, shoes and other hOUM:hold Items as ....cB as shower haths and faelities for the San Luis Obispo Count)' Health Dept. to provide medical services and Wltlng all at no cost to the rl':dpienta most of whom are homeless people iL~ well as othel'll with a ditItInct need for thLJ type of care and I118istance. 'The needs of the people in Northem San Luis Obispo County continues to grow each da)', each week and ('.am month. This church makes available the "(lace and fKUlties to the Food Dank in Its distribuUon of the Commodity Poods each month at J1(} cost and in supplying romt: personnel 10 as.'ii91 in the food cUatribution. It L. because of these activlues, as well as others, that wc arc keenly aware of the urgent need of tM Food Bank not only to continue their support of these activities but to enlarge their capaLily to collect., &tOTe and di.ortributc food stuff to the needy people in the community partitularly In the period of economic recession being encountered. While tI.., L'Osts ofliYing... ..rent, gasoline I utilitiC3 and other necessities have and continue to Increase the Central Californ14 CoUl worken appear tn be tltllck in a part-time and minimum wage '- PlieTWO cla.8ification which req,u!rea IUbtitantial usi.Ulnc:e from some sources other than mlnlmum WIi' and pm-time employment even with more than one spouse trying to wOJ"k and pay their bl1l1. 'The Food Bank with an enlarged IInd more conveniently IoCo1ted wareoowe shaH be able to sohcit and collect :and di!.'trlbutc more food necessary for thei!C people and otherwire unattainable not only lor Paso Robles area but Cor the entire Nom County area and to better serve the need~ of the entire CQunty of Sin Luis Obispo with a greater supply of more diverse (Dud materials to satL.J'y the requirement.. of more people over 8 broader hue. Our COlllact with the Food &nk ha.. been excellent and we have found their !lervk:e. to be thorough, rcsponlllvc and re"Pcnsible. The entire community will ben"nt fr'JIn any such assistance that can be obtained by ~ Food Bank. In ChriBt's Service, RFf,Jr,vb . 1-15-:;KIi Ii,QII'M F~~ MI~ F~X SERVICi tMt 772 21&7 P.! ROAND,OAK of GOD .. 445' Ch01TO CreekRDad MotTO Bay. CA. 93442 Janu8l)' 8, 2001 I -~~~I ......- . w._...,. J ~. W'" -.-..~, J.....,.. I Food ~ Coall1lon of San Lul8 County . 141 PMO~SMt ' 1 . .. . ~ "_0 ftobles,,~ 93,448 , R-IWtI_- ! To Whom It Mey Co~m: O~ur8pldt The Focd BMk provides iii va/ulble rIIIIOUR:e'1oI our emergency h~MJlng liCillty in aiding us in feeding tile homGless in our community. Under the cuTl9l1t A..wI OfCllt 14IDO ralher-orowded oil'OUll1ltrooll. we be..... that the Food Bank I8I"IU IT.! I org8l11Za11On8J eI..... wry WIlL HowII/8r, we allO recognll,e ht If a IlIIger N.NCDoPWllll wsehoule faclf\lM" IMIIIIIbIe 10 It, Its HI'VICN could be .~ and Im~ _ 11'IOIe. .t>.~.\(IO to.OIXI 61ncent1y, O-or~ w.... ~~~. A-NJ of ODe Ii>dy .. .I~b.wo' , ,GOIIernor .. K..Jaaf III1CInp ftoandcBk of God .,.,. 01IIII WOW/ri .. A Way of Life or. Gro\&P, of People - ---~--_..__.- --..----------- . . ....-. -. -~ , . WUIIton 1Ioo~' Plwl iI. Mlder .....,.... CImIJ ""..4 R. V", CIoaf C."o,. CO/oIl".._ '_4or o..e,oI 'r'n'IICN1t1 Cmlrn.... DWI~lGIIaI t.:O!1UN1ftdtl C..... Ollkot , -,... The Salvation Army ,rs !sIIlJlStr"t (C,,~ MtI /s~ SIN,u) It., OUlct Ba UltJ9 S,4N T.UIS OIAIS1'O, C" '13486-4/09 'fr..,IIObf: .oM.2a,'....: .!I) -.253:1 FOOD BANK COALUlON OP SA1'I LUIS OBISPO COUNTY P.O. BOX 2070 PASO ROBLES. CA. 9~"47 JANUA.R.Y &,2001 Mr. Jim Xm1prr, The Salvatiou Army Wil1t~ (0 add its SUpp'Jr! OJ] YOllr ~half in actjuiring a Dew and larger warehoUH facility. Willi a hll,cr facilit)., you.~\I-be able to purchase. mOle food and pass the bene1\ts to those of utln the conununity who r.,d the people in San Luis Obispo COI)I~ty. --~._--- The Sah'fluon Arm>' wishc3 YOlI luck In )'ol1t endeavor. -J..~ C~~C-I-- ) r i j City of Arroyo Grande COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) PROGRAM APPLICATION FOR FUNDING DURING 2002 PROGRAM YEAR (Attach additional sheets if necessery) NOTE: (1) Please review the CDBG regulations and guidelines and the Request for Proposals before completing this proposal. A copy of a HUD-prepared CDBG eligibility guidebook is available upon request from county staff. AJso, please call county and/or city CDBG staff with any questions about how to complete the form or about the rating criteria and process. (2) If the information for any of the questions below requires more room to provide a complete explanation of your proposed project or progrem, please attach additional sheats. 1. Name and mailing address of applicant organization, with contact ~ and phone number: Economic Opportunity Commission of San Luis Obispo County, Inc. 1030 Southwood drive. San Luis Obispo, CA 93405 Jim McNamara, Program Director 544-4355, ex!. 180 2. TItle/name of proposed project or program: EOC Horne Repair Program 3. Please deecrlbe the proposed project or program. Include a deecrlptlon of tha groups who will benefit and an explanation of how they will benefit from the propoled project or program. For projects, dll8Cl'lbe the location of the project (be as specific as poaaIble. e.g. IIIratIt addn II). For programe, state the location from which the program will be operated andIor dllcrlba the geographic area served by the program. Also, pI_ Include a schedule of projactIprogram milestones. Provide horne repair servicas for vary low income households residing in single family homes, mobile homes and multi-family units throughout San Luis Obispo County. Repairs will include roofing, plumbing, flooring, carpentry, electrical and drywall repairs, removal of architectural b8TIers (installation of wheelchair remps, hand rails and grab bars and the reconfiguration of bathrooms for access), correction of safety related problems and building code violations, and the testing, repair and replacement of gas appliances (water heaters, stoves, ovans, ranges and furnaces). The program will have an overall goal of assisting 54 very low income households. The estimated average repair cost per household is $2,315.00 with a proposed maximum expenditure per household of $4,000.00 The target population will be I'IIIIChed through EOC's existing outreach network and by the promotion of the service through other social service agencies, non-profrt organizations and community groups. EOC currently operates a home repair program with CDBG funding in some areas of the County. If this application is funded al requested, the program will be able to rernein in continuous operation for the year, allowing EOC to eddraIs emergency needs of clients as they arise while maintaining a small crew of home repair technicians year around to hendle ongoing home repair requests. EOC is a licensed general contractor and home improvement contractor (State Lic.#623259). Work done under this contract will be performed by EOC staff who have expertise in the various phases of construction that are covered under the program. Existing vehicles, tools, equipment and storage space will be used for the project. The goal will be to serve the numbers of clients listed for each area within one year of starting the contract. Quarter1y benchmark goals can be established with each contracting City and the County for expendituras and the number of clients to be assisted. In addition to completing needed home repairs, clients will be advised of a wide range of servicas lI~ailable to the lower income population through EOC and other social servica organizations. If eligible for one of EOC's weatherization programs, clients will also receive attic insulation, weatherstripping, water 2002 CDBG Application Organization: Economic Opportunity Commission of SLO County, Inc. heater blankets, replacement of doors and windows, water saving devices, compact fluorescent lights and energy conservation educetion. 4. Total amount of CDBG funds requested: $ 125,000 Please identify the jurisdiction(s) you are applying to: San Luis Obispo County (unincorporated) and the Cities of Arroyo Grande, Atascadero, Grover Beach and Paso Robles If you ere requesting CDBG funds from more than one jurisdiction, please break down the amount shown above by the jurisdiction listed below. City of Arroyo Grande: 25.000 City of Paso Robles: 25.000 City of Atascadero: 25.000 City of San Luis Obispo: 0 City of Grover Beach: 25.000 Unincorporated community of: County-wide: 25.000 5. Pi.... deec:rtbe the budget for the proposed project or program. a. Revenues: 1. CDBG Funds requested $125,000 2. Other funds (please desaibe below) $ 0 Total Revenues $125,000 a. I;"......dltures: List below by item or cost category. Program Salaries $ 66,742.74 Construction Materials 38.906.00 Rent (office and warehouse) 4,752.00 Vehicles (fuel and maintenance) 3,300.00 Supplies, telephone, insurance 2,040.00 Administration 9.259.26 Total expenditures $125,000.00 6. Does the proposed project or activity meet one of the three national objectives of the CDBG program? P..... check one of the objectives below that applies to the propoNI, and explain below that applies to the propoeal, and explain how the project or activity meets that national objectlYe. a. --1L- Benefits low and moderate-income parsons as defined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). NOTE: To meat this national objective, the proposed activity must benefit a specific clientele or residents in a particuler area of the county or participating city, at least 51 percent of whom are low and moderate-income parsons. See currant Income limit schedule In the Request for Proposals. 2- --.- J 2002 CDBG Application Organization: Economic Opportunity Commission of SLO County, Inc. b. _ Aids in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight. NOTE: To meet this national objective, the proposed adivity must be provided within a designated slum or blighted area, and must be designed to address one or more conditions that contributed to the deterioration of the area. c. Meets community development needs having a particular urgency where existing conditions pose a serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the community, and no other funding sources are available. NOTE: To meet this national objective, the proposed activity must be provided to deal with major catastrophes or emergencies such as floods or earthquakes. The Home Repair Program is targeted at exclusively at low and very low-income households. To be eligible for assistanca under the program, all dients must meet eligibility guidelines as defined by HUD. 7. If the project or program Is designed to JM8t the National Objective or providing beMIIt to low and moderate Income persons, pl_ estimate the number or peraona (or hou..hoIds) to benefit from the project and brellk that estimate down by Income group.. follows: a. Total number of persons or households who will benefit from the project (regardless of income group): 54 persons,f1ouseholdsl (cirde the applicable unit) a. Of the total number of persons or households entared above, how many will be low-income (earning 51% - 80% or less of the County Median income)? o Person~useholdsl (circle the applicable unit) a. Of tha total number of persons or households entered above, how many will be very low-income (earning 50% or less of the County Median income)? 54 persons4'1ouseholdsl (circle the applicable unit) Projected households to be served by jurisdiction: City of Arroyo Grande: 11 very low income households City of Atascadero: 11 very low income households City of Grover Beach: 11 very low income households City of Paso Robles: 11 very low income households County Unincorporated Areas; 10 very low income households 3- I I I I ---" n--! 2002 CDBG Application Organization: Economic Opportunity Commission of SLO County, Inc. 8. Check any of the following eligible activity categories that apply to the propoeed project or program: (Refer to CDBG regulations and Guide to Eliaible CDBG Activities) - Acquisition of real property - Disposition of real property - Public facilities and improvements (may include acquisition, construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation or installation) - Privately-owned utilities - Clearance, demolition, removal of buildings and improvements, and/or movement of structures to other sites - Interim assistance - Relocation of individuals, families, businesses, non-profit organizations, and/or farms -1L Removal of architectural barriers ...x Housing rehabilitation - New housing construction (under limited circumstances) - Code enforcement - Historic preservation - Commercial or industrial rehabilitation - Special economic development - Special activities by subrecipients - Public services - Planning studies 9. Describe the need and the degree to urgency for the proposed project or prognm. What would be the consequences if the propoeed project or program Is not funded in the next year? Adequate housing continues to be one of the most crucial needs for our County's lower income population. The problem is being addressed through a variety of methods, including the Homeless Shelter, subsidized housing programs through the Housing Authority and the construction of housing by People's Self Help Housing Corporation. There remains, however, a large percentage of the low income population that resides in existing housing that is often substandard and in need of repairs. EOC's Home Repair Program addresses this problem by providing a variety of home repairs for lower income families, seniors and disabled individuels. Needed repairs include the removal of architectural barriers that restrict 4- I I -"' , . . 2002 CDBG Application Organization: Economic Opportunity Commission of SLO County, Inc. disabled and eldarly individuals' abilities to move in and around there own homes. This is accomplished through the installation of wheelchair ramps, grab bars, handrails, accessible showers and widened doorways. Other repairs include roofing, carpentry, electrical, drywall, flooring, plumbing repairs ranging from leaky pipes to broken water heaters, safety related repairs and water damage restoration. Completing these repairs helps improve existing housing stock, oftentimes allowing people to stay in their own homes longer, while addressing the housing problem in a cost effective manner. EOC currently operates a Home Repair Program in some areas of San Luis Obispo County. It is targeted at the very low income population (as defined by HUD) residing in both rural and urban parts of the county. If the program is funded as requested in this proposal, home repair services will continue through next year, enabling EOC to maintain continuous operation of the program so that emergency repair needs can be met countywide. 10. Pi.... describe the specific organizatlon(s) method to Impl.ment the propolld project or program: (slngl. or multlpl. group, with roI..; public 8Q8I1CY?: non'1lo()nt?, for-p.oftt?; .xpert.nc.ln operating similar programs; etc.). , I EOC is a private non-profit corporation with over 35 years of experience serving our county's lower income community. The program will be administered directly by EOC's Energy Conservetion Services department, which has over 20 years experience operating home repair, weatherization and energy conservation. Additional labor for home repair projects will be provided by corpsmembers from the California Conservation Corps. The corpsmembers labor is provided at no cost to the CDBG funded home repair program. Corpsmembers work under the direction of .xperlanced technicians and receive on-the-job training while providing free labor to the program, increasing the benefit level of the program by enabling a greater number of households to be served. EOC works closely with a variety of private n0n- profit and public social service agenci.s including the Area Agency on Aging, Lifesteps, Transitions, Adult Protective Services, Social Security Administration, and local senior centers while aI80 benefiting from EOC's own community outreach efforts in Head Start, Health Services, Migrant Head Start, Promotoras Comunitarias and State and Utility Company funded weatherization programs. I certify that the information in this application is true and accurate to the best of my ability and knowledge. $~ A&;;~ata 10 IcYl 4; I I I I I Elizabeth "BiZ' Steinbera Executive Director I Printed or typed neme Title I 5- ___n _._-~---_._.- -------------- 2002 CDBG APPLICATIONS AND PROPOSED FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE - 5149,291 ATTACHMENT 2 Funds Funding Total Funding ADDlicant Proiect RC<luested Recommendation Recommendations Uousinl[ I. EOC Home Repair Program $ 25,000 $ 10.000 S 10,000 Public Services I. EOC Forty Wonderful Program $ 2,000 $ 1,500 Operating Expenses 2. EOC Senior Health $ 4,000 $ 3,500 Screening Program 3. EOC Teen Academic $ 3.600 $ 3.100 Parenting Program 4. Literacy Council Literacy Program $ 2,500 $ 2,000 5. Big Brothers! Mentor Program $ 8,730 $ 2,000 Sisters 6. VCP of SLO Co Supportive Childcare $ 3,000 $ 2,500 for Dev. Disabled 7. Harvest Bag Freezer unit $ 26,000 $ 8,000 S %2,600 Public Facilities I. Food Bank Property Acquisition $ 11,000 $ 11,000 Coalition 2. City of A.G. Small Business $ 100.000 $ 0 Assistance Prog. 3. City of A.G. Handicap Access. City Hall $ 130.000 $ 95,000 S 106,000 Economic Develooment I. Cuesta c.c. Small Business $ 5,000 $ 3,000 College Development Center S 3,000 Code Enforcement I. City of A.G. Code Enforcement $ 15.000 $ 10,000 Officer S 10,000 Administration I. City of Arroyo Grande $ 0 $ 0 S 0 Total $ 151,600* CITY OF ATASCADERO - 5242,266 Uousinl!" I. EOC Home Repair Program $ 25,000 $ 0 S 0 Public Services I. EOC Forty Wonderful Program $ 2.000 $ 2,000 Operating Expenses 2. EOC Senior Health $ 4.000 $ 4,000 Screening Program 3. EOC Teen Academic $ 3,600 $ 3,500 Parenting Program 4. Big Brothers! Mentor Program $ 18,551.25 $ 0 Sisters 5. Literacy Council Literacy Program $ 2,500 $ 2,500 6. Life Steps Physical/Occupational $ 16,708 $ 0 Foundation Therapy Center 7. ECHO Case mgmt. and $ II ,820 $ 14.820 Motel vouchers 8. HHP Emergency Shelter $ 48,000 $ 0 9. VCP of SLO Co Supportive Childcare $ 2,000 $ 2,000 for Dev. Disabled 10. City of Alasc. Purchase computer $ 25,000 $ 22,000 Software II. City of Atasc. Community Services $ 6,500 $ 7,500 Youth Scholarships I S 58,320 J Funds Funding Total Funding ADDlicant Proiect Reouested Recommendation Recommendations 3. EOC Teen Academic $ 3.600 $ 3,600 Parenting Program 4. Literacy Council Literacy Program $ 2,500 $ 2,500 5. Big Brothers! Mentor Program $ 19,642.50 $ 0 Sisters 6. VCP of SLO Co Supportive Childcare $ 4,000 $ 4,000 for Dev. Disabled 7. HHP Emergency Shelter $ 48,000 $ 24,000 8. Lifestyles Equipment for $ 6,800 $ 6.800 Recovery Hot Line S 46,900 Public Facilities I. City of Paso Carnegie Library $ 38,850 S 38,850 Robles ADA Rehab 2. City of Paso 28" Street $ 131,000 $ 20,610 Robles Improvements I 3. City of Paso Downtown Street $ 62,500 $ 0 Robles Lights - Phase II 4. City of Paso Downtown Alley $ 46.400 $ 46,400 Robles Rehabilitation 5. City of Paso Rehab. Pool Changing $ 100,000 S 66,050 Robles Room 6. City of Paso Downtown Street $ 14,600 $ 14,600 Robles Lights 7. City of Paso LED - Lighted $ 72,000 $ 0 Robles Crosswalks 8. Boys/Girls Club Project Soft Costs for $ 100,000 $ 50,000 of No. County New Community Center 9. Food Bank Property Acquisition S 28,000 $ 0 Coalition 10. City of Paso Trash Cans for $ 16.000 $ 0 Robles Downtown Streets II. Food Bank Property Acquisition $ 28.000 $ 0 S 236,510 Economic DeveloDment 12. Cuesta C.C. Small Business S 5,000 $ 0 College Development Center $ 0 Plannin2 and ImDlementatien Studies I. HHP Feasibility Study for $ 5,500 $ 0 No. Co. Homeless Shelter 2. City of Paso Capacity Building $ 28,300 $ 0 Robles Program S 0 Administration I. City of Paso Robles S 70.800 $ 70,800 S 70.800 Total S 354,210. .. CITY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO - $931,336 Housintl I. PSHHC Site Acquisition $ 350,000 $ 350,000 So. Higuera St. Apts. 2. Judson Terrace Accessibility $ 108,000 $ 13,500 Improvements 3. AIDS Support Energy Improvements S 10,000 $ 10,000 4. Sojourn Services Supported Living S 100,000 $ 0 S 373,500 Public Services I. EOC Homeless Shelter $ 138,000 $ 138,000 Operating Expenses 2. EOC Prado Day Center $ 50,000 $ 0 Operating Expenses 3. Literacy Council Literacy Program $ 10,000 $ 0 4. Big Brothers! Mentor Program $ 33,828.75 $ 0 J Sisters J CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE COMMUNITY DEYELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) PROGRAM APPLICATION FOR FUNDING DURING 2002 PROGRAM YEAR 1. Name and mailing address of applicant organization, with contact person and phone number: ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION OF SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY, INC. EOC Health Services Teen Academic Parentlna Proaram ITAPP\ 1030 Southwood Drive San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 Raye Fleming, Health Services Director (805) 544-2478 x 11 2. Title/name of proposed project or program: Operating expenses for the Teen Academic Parenting Program (TAPP) 3. Please describe the proposed project or program. Include a description of the groups who will benefit and an explanation of how they will benefit from the proposed project or program. For projects, describe the location of the project (be as specific as possible, e.g. street address). For programs, state the location from which the program will be operated and/or describe the geographic area served by the program. Also, please Include a schedule of proJectfprogram milestones. EOC's Teen Academic Parenting Program serves pregnant and parenting teen moms, parenting dads, their children age 0-5 years old, and the siblings of the parenting teens. Services are provided in Paso Robles, Atascadero, San Luis Obispo, North Coast, and the South County. The population served is predominately low-income and approximately 44% is Hispanic. TAPP ensures that pregnant and parenting teens receive health, education, and support to improve pregnancy outcomes, complete high school education, improve parenting skills, reduce subsequent pregnancies, and experience a sense of connection with a positive role model. Asset development is the context for delivering all T APP services. This not only helps the parents and their siblings but also teaches them how to develop assets in their own children. Services provided by T APP Case Managers include: . Development of a case plan . Development of a supportive Individual Service Plan . Oversight and monitoring of monthly contacts . Provision of health, nutrition, child development, parenting assessment and education to enhance parenting skills . Provision of short and long term planning to implement health (including pregnancy prevention), nutrition, child development, and parenting skills . Development of short and long term educational assessment and planning which will lead to high school graduation or the equivalent . Review and monitoring of school attendance and performance . Identification and facilitation of necessary child care . Referral to necessary agencies and community resources such as health care, family planning, nutrition, health education, adoption counseling, mental health, substance abuse, domestic violence, transportation, housing, education, financial, emergency, legal, child care, and parenting education services, as needed Milestones: all services are ongoing throughout the program year. 4. Total amount of CDBG funds requested: $ 14,400 City of Arroyo Grande $ 3,600 City of Atascadero 3,600 City of Grover Beach 3,600 City of Paso Robles 3.600 TOTAL $ 14,400 --- ----- 2002 CDBG: TAPP Economic ODDOrtunitv Commission of San Luis ObisDO Countv The Teen Academic Parenting Program provides services to teen mothers, fathers, and their siblings. CDBG funds will be used to support services for pregnant and parenting teens in Paso Robles, Atascadero, Grover Beach, and Arroyo Grande. If CDBG funding is granted to the Program, these cities will not be approached for funding from their respective "Grants In Aid" programs. 5. Please describe the budget for the proposed project or program. a. Revenues: 1. CDBG funds requested $ 14,400 2. Other funds - Please see Attachment A 244.854 Total Revenues $ 259,254 b. EXDendltures: Please see Attachment B. 6. Does the proposed project or activity meet one of the three national objectives of the CDBG program? Please check one of the objectives below that applies to the proposal, and explain below that applies to the proposal, and explain how the project or activity meets that national objective. a. .lL.. Benefits low and moderate-income persons as defined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). b. _ Aids in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight. c. _ Meets community development needs having a particular urgency where existing conditions pose a serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the community, end no other funding sources are available. 7. If the project or program Is designed to meet the National Objective of providing benefit to low and moderate Income persons, please Htlmate the number of persons (or households) to benefit from the project and break that estimate down by Income group as follows: a. Total number of persons or households who will benefit from the project (regardless of Income group): We project that 247 teenage mothers, fathers, and siblings will be served in the coming year. b. Of the total number of persons or households entered above, how many will be low- Income? Approximately 67 clients will be low income. c. Of the total number of persons or households entered above, how many will be very low- Income? Approximately 180 clients will be very low income. 2 --------- - 2002 CDBG: TAPP Economic ODoortunilv Commission of San Luis Obisoo Countv 8. Check any of the following eligible activity categories that apply to the proposed project or program: (Refer to CDBG regulations and Guide to Eliaible CDBG Activities) - Acquisition of real property - Disposition of real property - Public facilities and improvements (may include acquisition, construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation or installation) - Privately-owned utilities - Clearance, demolition, removal of buildings and improvements, and/or movement of structures to other sites - Interim assistance - Relocation of individuals, families, businesses, non-profit organizations, and/or farms - Removal of architectural barriers - Housing rehabilitation - New housing construction (under limited circumstances) - Code enforcement - Historic preservation - Commercial or industrial rehabilitation - Special economic development - Special activities by subrecipients 1- Public services - Planning studies 9. Describe the need and the degree to urgency for the proposed project or program. What would be the consequences If the proposed project or program 'S not funded In the next year? The T APP Program was originally established in response to the signiflCSnt increase in teen births in our county and the resulting gaps in services for pregnant and parenting teens. When teens become parents, the social and economic realities are overwhelming. Problems faced by pregnant and parenting teens include Isolation and loss of a viable social network; lack of transportation to school. employment, and health and social services; lack of child care; lack of coping skills; dropping out of school; subsequent pregnancies; gang involvement; and use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. Substance abuse has its own associated risks such as poor pregnancy outcome, poor judgment and risk assessment, and poor impulse control, all of which contribute to a greater risk of harm to a baby. TAPP participants' lack of parenting skills, low levels of knowledge of chUd development and age appropriate expectations, ignorance of indications that a baby is sick or distressed, lack of positive role models for parenting, and marginal nutritional prectices combine to place their babies at an alarmingly high risk of abuse, neglect, ill health, and accidents. 3 L ----- _.----- 2002 CDBG: TAPP Economic ODDOrtunitv Commission of San Luis ObisDO Counlv The TAPP program has evolved into a highly-effective case management approach which is caring, flexible, and very responsive to the needs of local clients and the community in which they live. T APP has incorporated the Cal-Leam program and Adolescent Family Life Program (AFLP) into its scope of practice. Currently, more than 200 teens in at-risk environments are served through subcontracts with the Department of Social Services and County Health Department. These contracts, along with a United Way grant and private donations, help to fund this critical program. The County's AFLP funding requires a 20% local match. Though United Way has shown consistent support. the amount of their funding has decreased and thereby created a need for CDBG funding to help us meet that match in order to sustain this vital program. Without CDBG funding support, we risk losing the opportunity to reach many of the County's pregnant and parenting and helping them to become successful in parenting, finishing their education, and being financially stable and independent. 10. Description of specific groups proposed to Implement project or program: (single or multiple group, with roles; non-proflt or for-profit, experience, etc.). The EOC Health Services Division's Teen Academic Parenting Program has a paid staff that includes seven licensed social workers, a parent educator and a supervisor. The social worllers provide case management services through home visits, school visits and bl-weekly support groups. Each social worller covers a specific geographic area of the county with one in Paso Robles, one in Atascadero, one in San Luis Obispo and the Coast, two in South County, one at Lopez High School, and one male case manager for teen dads. The Teen Academic Parenting Program Networll was established in 1986 to serve the very vulnerable population of pregnant and parenting teens. EOC Health Services collaborates extensively with all partners of this networll including: Department of Social Services' Adoption and GAIN programs, Private Industry Council, County Health Department, AmeriCorps, County Office of Education, school nurses, and U. C. Cooperative Extension's Nutrition Program. I certify that the Information In this application Is true and accurate to the best of my ability and knowledge. 4 '------ ~- .________ m___ ___ -~ 2002 CDBG: TAPP Economic OoDOrtunitv Commission ot San Luis ObisDO County Attachment A 2002 Non-CDBG Funding Sources for EOC Teen Academic Parenting Program (TAPP) SOURCES OF NON-CDBG FUNDS County of San Luis Obispo AFLP/Cal-Learn $224,880 United Way 5,000 EOC Contribution 14,974 Total Projected Non-CDBG Funds $244,854 --- ,.._----,------------- 2002 CDBG: TAPP Economic OoDOrtunilv Commission of San Luis Obisoo Counlv . Attachment B Expenditures for 2002 EOC Teen Academic Parenting Program (TAPP) USES OF FUNDS TAPP Operations Salaries and Wages $215,388 Travel and Transportation 12,550 Office Expenses (rent, personnel hiring,supplies ) 7,612 Indirect & Administrative Expense 19,204 Utilities 3,500 Training 1,000 Total TAPP Budget $259,254 L -~---- --- ~~ . . ,.< T CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE , COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) PROGRAM APPLICATION FOR FUNDING DURING 2002 PROGRAM YEAR 1. Name and mailing address of applicant organization, with contact person and phone number: ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION OF SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY, INC. EOC Health Services Forty Wonderful Pro~ram 1030 Southwood Drive San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 Raye Fleming, Health Services Director (805) 544-2478 x 11 2. Title/name of proposed project or program: Operating expenses for Forty Wonderful Program 3. Please describe the proposed project or program. Include a description of the groups who will benefit and an explanation of how they will benefit from the proposed project or program. For projects, describe the location of the project (be as specific as possible, e.g. street address). For programs, state the location from which the program will be operated and/or describe the geographic area served by the program. Also, please Include a schedule of project/program milestones. CDBG funding to EOC's Forty Wonderful Program would be used to subsidize low-income, uninsured and underinsured women, age 40 and older, throughout the county. Pre- and postmenopausal women would receive routine pap smear screenings; pelvic exams; breast exams; testing for anemia, cola-rectal exams; follicle stimulating hormone testing; complete blood chemistry; and appropriate medical referral as needed. Hormone replacement therapy will be provided as appropriate. Services are delivered by nurse practitioners. Forty Wonderful Program services are offered at four EOC Health Services clinics in the county. A sliding fee scale is based on the woman's income and estimated co-payments range from $0 to $35 for the examination and lab tests. EOC's purchasing contracts with pharmaceutical companies allows the I patients to receive hormone replacement therapy at a greatly reduced cost. ! Milestones: all services are ongoing throughout the program year. 4. Total amount of CDBG funds requested: $ 8,000 City of Arroyo Grande $2,000 City of Atascadero 2,000 City of Grover Beach 2,000 City of Paso Robles 2.000 TOTAL $8,000 If CDBG funding is granted to the Forty Wonderful Program, these cities will not be approached for funding from their respective "Grants In Aid" programs. The City of San Luis Obispo and the County support this program through their "Grants In Aid" and Community Based Organization funding processes. The cities of Morro Bay and Pismo Beach do not participate In the urban county CDBG process; therefore, the Forty Wonderful Program will continue to seek support from their "Grants In Aid" programs. 5. Please describe the budget for the proposed project or program. a. Revenues: 1. CDBG funds requested $ 8,000 2. Other funds - Please see Attachment A 33.922 Total Revenues $ 41,922 b. EXDendltures: Please see Attachment B. ---.- --~- , 2002 CDBG: 40 Wonderful Economic ODDortunitv Commission of San Luis ObisDO Countv 6. Does the proposed project or activity meet one of the three national objectives of the CDBG program? Please check one of the objectives below that applies to the proposal, and explain how the project or activity meets that national objective. a. ..1L- Benefits low and moderate-income persons as defined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). b. _ Aids in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight. c. _ Meets community development needs having a particular urgency where existing conditions pose a serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the community, and no other funding sources are available. 7. If the project or program is designed to meet the National Objective of providing benefit to low and moderate Income persons, please estimate the number of persons (or households) to benefit from the project and break that estimate down by Income group as follows: a. Total number of families (or persons) to benefit? Our countywide goals for 2002 will be to provide outreach and education to 1,000 women, to provide a clinical breast exam and cancer screening to 600 women, and to refer and assist 600 women to obtain mammograms. b. How many of them will be low-income? All clients will be low-income or very low-income. c. How many of them will be very low-income? All clients will be low-income or very low-income. 8. Check any of the following eligible activity categories that apply to the proposed project or program: (Refer to CDBG regulations and Guide to Eliaible CDBG Activities) - Acquisition of real property - Disposition of real property - Public facilities and improvements (may include acquisition, construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation or installation) - Privately-owned utilities - Clearance, demolition, removal of buildings and improvements, and/or movement of structures to other sites - Interim assistance - Relocation of individuals, families, businesses. non-profit organizations, and/or farms - Removal of architectural barriers - Housing rehabilitation - New housing construction (under limited circumstances) - Code enforcement 2 , --_.--- . 2002 CDSG: 40 Wonderful Economic OODOrtunitv Commission of San Luis ObisDO County - Historic preservation - Commercial or industrial rehabilitation - Special economic development - Special activities by subrecipients 1- Public services - Planning studies 9. Describe the need and the degree to urgency for the proposed project or program. What would be the consequences If the proposed project or program Is not funded In the next year? The American Cancer Society's Cancer Facts and Figures cites cancer rates in San Luis Obisoo County at a rate 13 Dercent hioher than the State averaoe. According to the ACS, "a lack of health insurance is associated with lower survival among breast cancer patients." Breast cancer patients with low incomes have lower 5-year relative survival rates than higher-income patients. California State data suggests that much of the difference in survival rates between cancer Datients with low socioeconomic status and those in hiaher income brackets is due to late diaonosls. Unfortunatelv with breast and cervical cancer. svmDtoms occur late In the disease Drocess and earlv screenlna oreatlv enhances the cure rate and ultimate treatment costs. Locally, the funding available for screening exams of non-contracepting women, other than through our Forty Wonderful Program, is very limited. The only other agency is the Public Health Department whose services are limited to pap smears and clinical breast exams. Public Health services are difficult to access due to heavily Impacted scheduling and the much higher cost of services to the patient. All other available funds are for after a problem is diagnosed. Without the Forty Wonderful Program, significant I gaps In services would remain. The Forty Wonderful Program also provides hormone replacement therapy, which is known to reduce postmenopausal risks of cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis. Cardiovascular disease is the number one cause of mortality in women over 55. Almost one in every two women will die of heart disease, stroke or cardiovascular disease. A study published In the journal Obstetrics and Gynecology provides strong evidence that taking estrogen hormone pills significantly reduces the rate of death from all causes for postmenopausal women, and offers even greater protection against heart attacks and strokes. Overall mortality rates for hormone users was 46 percent below that of non-users, and 60 percent below and 73 percent below, for coronary heart disease and stroke, respectively. Osteoporosis affects 20 million people in the U.S. with costs of hip fractures alone at $600 million annually. Loss of bone density and the resulting falls and fractures are majar contributors to loss of independence and premature institutionalization for seniors. The benefit of hormone replacement therapy in prevention of osteoporosis has been known for some time. The Forty Wonderful Program strives to reduce mortality, and Improve early detection and Intervention of chronic disease and cancer. Specifically in the Forty Wonderful Program, our highest priority is to assist women age 40 and older with early detection of life-threatening cancer. Since the aging process is also a contributing factor in the risks for breast and cervical cancer, these screening exams become more vital as a woman grows older. With early access to the health system and diagnosis of problem conditions, financially and emotionally costly treatment can be averted. Without CDBG funding, the Forty Wonderful Program would be less able to fill the gaps in available preventative healthcare services. This creates the likelihood that women in this vulnerable age and income group would not be able to access medical care until a serious, and potentially life-threatening, condition had been diagnosed through the other limited services available. 3 ~- - I 2002 CDBG: 40 Wonderful Economic ODoortunitv Commission of San Luis Obisoo County 10. Description of specific groups proposed to Implement project or program: (single or multiple group, with roles; non-profit or for-profit, experience, etc.). The Forty Wonderful Program is part of EOC's Health Services Division. The Health Services Division has been serving San Luis Obispo County's low-income population since 1972. Prevention of health problems is the primary focus of our medical and educational services. Through a wide array of programs we strive to improve the quality of health of County residents. Because of the medical nature of the services provided, paid staff provides most direct client services. Nurse Practitioners provide medical care at our four clinic sites. We also have two volunteer consultant OB/GYN doctors who work with us on any abnormal findings or referrals for breast and cervical cancer. Intems from Cal Poly are utilized to conduct patient satisfaction surveys and develop education materials. I certify that the Information in this application is true and accurate to the best of my ability and knowledge. ~ (L 4 ---~ I 2002 CDBG: 40 Wonderful Proaram Economic ODDortunitv Commission of San Luis ObisDO County Attachment A 2002 Non-CDBG Funding Sources for EOC Forty Wonderful Program SOURCES OF NON-CDBG FUNDS EOC Fundraising/Contribution $16,453 County of San Luis Obispo CBO funds 5,052 Patient RevenuelMedi-Cal 5,000 Other Cities Income 5,917 Donations 1,500 Total Projected Non-CDBG Funds $33,922 u_ -"-- . 2002 CDBG: 40 Wonderful Proaram Economic ODDortunitv Commission of San Luis ObisDO County Attachment B Expenditures for 2002 EOC Forty Wonderful Program USES OF FUNDS Forty Wonderful Operations Salaries and Wages $20,472 Medicine 2,335 Mammograms/Pap Smears 13,000 Indirect & Administrative Expense 3,105 Office Expenses (rent, personnel hiring,supplies ) 1,804 Transportation 1,206 Total Forty Wonderful Budget $41,922 - CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE . COMMUNITY DEYELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) PROGRAM APPLICATION FOR FUNDING DURING 2002 PROGRAM YEAR 1. Name and mailing address of applicant organization, with contact person and phone number: ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION OF SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY, INC. EOC Health Services Senior Health Screenlno 1030 Southwood Drive San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 , , Raye Fleming, Health Services Director (805) 544-2478 x 11 I 2. Title/name of proposed project or program: Operating expenses for Senior Health Screening 3. Please describe the proposed project or program. Include a description of the groups who will benefit and an explanation of how they will benefit from the proposed project or progl'llm. For projects, describe the location of the project (be as specific as possible, e.g. street address). For programs, state the location from which the program will be operated andlor describe the geographic area served by the program. Also,please include a schedule of project/program milestones. The Senior Health Screening team consists of EOC's registered nurse and a clerk/aide, as well as volunteer hearing and vision specialists. This team carries all equipment and supplies with them to 20 senior-focused sites throughout the county. Services include: blood pressure, pulse, hemoglobin, blood glucose, cholesterol, hemocult (to detect coIo-rectal cancer), glaucoma, and hearing screening, as well as flu vaccines. Clinics are conducted regularly at local churches, senior centers, residential facilities, mobile home parks, and other locations where seniors gather. Educetional topics include diet, exercise, lifestyle modification, reinforcement of medication compliance, bereavement issues, and referrals to other health, social, and legal services. CDBG funds will enable EOC's Senior Health Screening Program to continue serving San Luis Obispo County seniors, many of whom are unable to access health screening services. In addition to ongoing clinics, Senior Health Screening will use funds to bring services to well-attended health and cultural fairs in rural communities. These fairs are often a central part of life in many areas and will provide excellent opportunities for reaching seniors. Program staff will provide clinics at four community health or cultural fairs in rural areas over the next year. Additionally, CDBG funds will be used to provide hemocult (colo- rectal cancer) and cholesterol testing for seniors who cannot afford to pay. I Although medically one of the most vulnerable segments of the population, seniors are often reluctant or I unable to go to a doctor or get advice about a physical problem or change. The convenience of the regular Senior Health Screening Program, and the comfort and informality of dealing in a low-stress environment with staff members who are friendly and familiar, help make the screening process more effective. As a trusted resource, Senior Health Screening is able to help seniors identify possible problems, make referrals and provide health education, support and social interaction. There are numerous examples of serious health problems, which might otherwise have been ignored, that have been detected and treated beceuse of this: for example, in one case the Senior Health Screening nurse detected a low hemoglobin level and referred the senior to a physician who identified a colon tumor as the cause; in another case, a senior mentioned her increasing loss of equilibrium and was referred for additional tests which revealed a brain tumor. In both cases, early detection rasulted in successful surgical outcomes for these seniors. Senior Health Screening assists seniors to maintain their health and independence and to avoid premature and costly institutionalization. CDBG funding plays an essential role in continuing and expanding these critical services to the county's low-income seniors. Milestones: all services are ongoing throughout the program year. -_.-- ...------ ---- - ---~ 2002 CDBG: Senior Health Screenino Economic ODDortunitv Commission of San Luis ObisDO County 4. Total amount of CDBG funds requested: $ 16,000 City of Arroyo Grande $ 4,000 City of Atascadero 4,000 C~y of Grover Beach 4,000 I City of Paso Robles 4.000 TOTAL $ 16,000 , r If CDBG funding is granted to Senior Hea~h Screening, these cities will not be approached for funding from their respective "Grants In Aid" programs. The City of San Luis Obispo and the County support this I program through their Grants In Aid and Community Based Organization funding processes. The cities of Morro Bay and Pismo Beach do not participate in the urban county CDBG process; therefore, Senior Health Screening will continue to seek support from their "Grants In Aid" programs. 5. Please describe the budget for the proposed project or program. a. Revenues: 1. CDBG funds requested $ 16,000.00 2. Other funds - Please see Attachment A 57.475.00 Total Revenues $ 73,475.00 I b. EXDendltures: Please see Attachment B. 6. Does the proposed project or activity meet one of the three national objectives of the CDBG program? Please check one of the objectives below that applies to the proposal, and explain how the project or activity meets that national objective. a. ..1L- Benefits low and moderate-income persons as defined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). b. _ Aids in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight. c. _ Meets community development needs having a particular urgency where existing conditions pose a serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the community, and no other funding sources are available. 7. If the project or program Is designed to meet the National Objective of providing benefit to low and moderate Income persons, please estimate the number of persons (or households) to benefit from the project and break that estimate down by Income group as follows: a. Total number of families (or persons) to benefit? Our countywide objective is to provide 3,000 clinic contacts resulting in 12,000 un~s of service including screening tests, counseling, education, and referral. b. How many of them will be low-income? All clients will be low-income or very low-income. c. How many of them will be very low-income? All clients will be low-income or very low-income. 8. Check any of the following eligible activity categories that apply to the proposed project or program: (Refer to CDBG regulations and Guide to Eliaible CDBG Activities) - Acquisition of real property - Disposition of real property - Public facilities and improvements (may include acquis~ion, construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation or installation) 2 ------.--------..- 2002 CDBG: Senior Health Screeninc Economic Oooortunitv Commission of San Luis Obisoo Countv - Privately-owned utilities - Clearance, demolition, removal of buildings and improvements, and/or movement of structures to other sites - Interim assistance - Relocation of individuals, families, businesses, non-profit organizations, and/or farms - Removal of architectural barriers - Housing rehabilitation - New housing construction (under limited circumstances) - Code enforcement - Historic preservation - Commercial or industrial rehabilitation - Special economic development - Special activities by subrecipients ---X.. Public services I - Planning studies 9. Describe the need and the degree of urgency for the proposed project or program. What would be the consequences If the proposed project or program Is not funded In the next year? From an editorial in the October 1997 American Journal of Public Health, "the most important health problem of developed nations is the need for a reduction in the morbidity of our aging populations. W~h the average age of populations increasing, prevention of morbid~y associated with aging represents a central issue for future health." As is the trend nationwide, San Luis Obispo's senior population has increased at least 30% over the last 15 years and is currently estimated at 54,500. At least 3,000 of these seniors live at or below the poverty line and another 5,000 are considered low-income. The delivery of affordable quality health care is a serious need for local seniors living on fIXed incomes. I When seniors are poor, non-English speaking, or geographically or culturally isolated, the physical process of aging becomes more difficult for them, their families, health care givers, and commun~ies. Basic health screenina. education and Dreventive care are critical to the Dhvsical. mental and social well- beina of our senior communitv. Seniors who lack transoortation and access to affordable health care. remain at risk for undetected health hazards or even life-threatenina conditions. Senior Health Screening promotes preventative health through early detection and education for low- income seniors throughout San Luis Obispo County. For several years Senior Health Screening collaborated with the County Health Agency's Preventive Health Care for the Aging (PHCA) program which provided a single comprehensive health assessment, and then referred seniors back to Senior Health Screening for ongoing monitoring. Since PHCA lost its funding there is no other Droaram like Senior Health Screenina in the countv. Historically, Senior Health Screening Program has been funded by the County, local cities, United Way, and private donations. However, increased competition for funding and escalating client need demand that we further diversify our funding. Without CDBG support, our ability to maintain the level of this essential preventive healthcare service in the county would be compromised. 3 - -- ------- u~ 2002 CDBG: Senior Health Screenino Economic Oooortunltv Commission of San Luis ObisDO Countv 10. Description of specific groups proposed to implement project or program: (single or multiple group, with roles; non-profit or for-profit, experience, etc.). As the county's Community Action Agency, EOC has provided critical services to low-income San Luis Obispo County residents since 1965. We have operated this program, the county's only Senior Health Screening Program, for over 20 years. EOC Health Services has a long history of working wnh city, county and private agencies. Program staff members are on local committees including the Adult Day Health Center Advisory Council, American Cancer Society Board, Long-Term Care, and Continuity of Care committees. Senior Health Screening collaborates wnh agencies and organizations that sponsor street fairs, health fairs or other such community events. Other collaborative entities who coordinate services and resources, and cross-refer for patient services include: lifeSpan, the Area Agency on Aging's Vial of Life Program, SLO County Library, Hurley's Pharmacy, the American Heart Association, the Senior Nutrition program, and EOC's Forty Wonderful Project. The Program also collaborates with volunteer hearing and vision professionals in order to provide those specialized services and with staff/volunteers of the senior and community centers, apartment complexes, churches, and other snes where clinics are operated. I certify that the information in this application Is true and accurate to the best of my ability and knowledge. , ItJ ~ '/ I Date I I I 4 ~ " . 2002 CDBG: Senior Health Screenina Economic Oaoortunitv Commission of San Luis ObisDO County Attachment A 2002 Non-CDBG Funding Sources for EOC Senior Health Screening SOURCES OF NON-CDBG FUNDS County of San Luis Obispo CBO funds $22,454 EOC Contribution 17 ,336 Other Donations/Patient Fees 8,775 Other Cities Income 6,240 United Way 2,670 Total Projected Non-CDBG Funds $57,475 I I -.--- ---. - J . 2002 CDBG: Senior Health Screenina Economic ODDortunitv Commission of San Luis ObisDO County I Attachment B Expenditures for 2002 EOC Senior Health Screening I USES OF FUNDS Senior Health ScreeninQ Operations Salaries and Wages $53,984 Program Supplies 6,050 Indirect & Administrative Expense 5,443 Office Expenses (rent, personnel hiring,supplies ) 4,218 Transportation 2,000 Training 500 Utilities 780 Maintenance & Repairs 500 Total Senior Health Screening Budget $73,475 -- -- -- ,--,----------------- .' COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO RECEIVED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK ORANT (CDBO) PROGRAM APPLICATION FOR FUNDING DURING 2002 PROGRAM YEAR OCT 2 92001 (Attach additional sheets if necessary) Planning & Bldg NOTE: (1) Please ...vlew the CCBG regulations and guidelines and the Request for Proposals befo... completing this proposal. A copy of a HUC-prepared CCBG eligibility guidebook Ie available upon 19quest from county staff. Also, please caN county and/or city CDBG staff with any questions about how \0 complete the form or about the rating crltaria and process. (2) If the Information for any of the questions below 19qulres more room \0 provide a completa explanation of your proposed project or program, please attach additional sheets. 1. Name .nd mailing .dd..... of applicant o'1J.nlzatlon, with contact J)tIWOn and phone number: Big Brothera Big Sisters of San luis Obispo County PO Box 12844 San Luis Obispo, California 93406 Contact Person: Gall Oresham (806) 781-3228 or 488-3670 ext 11 2. Title/name of propoeed project or program: Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Luis Obispo County Capacity Building of Mentoring Programs for Disadvantaged and At-Risk Children 3. Pie... describe the proposed project or program. Include. desc:rIptIon of the groupa who will ben.fIt and an explanation of how they wiD benefit from the proposed project or program. For projecta, describe the location of the project (be es specllJc .. poulble, ..g. w.t1Cldrwt!). For programs, abIIts the location from which the program will be operated .ncUor cfeRtIbe the geographic area served by the program. Also, p..... Includ. a schedule of projectIprogram milestones. ~ f"'-~s la fb 4. Total amount of CDBG funds requested: $ 109.125 Please identify the jurlsdiclion(s) you are applying \0: All areas of San Luis Obispo County (see below) If you are requesting CCBG funds from more than one jurisdiction, pfease break down the amount shown above by the jurisdiction listed below. City of Arroyo Grande: 8% $8,730 City of Paso Robles: 18% S 19.842.50 City of Atascadero: 17",(, 516.551.25 City of San Luis Obispo: 31 % S33.~8. 75 City of Grover Beach: S% sa.73O Unincorporated community of: North Coast (Los Osos-Cambria) 10% $10,913 County-wi<fe:Other communities in the County from NipomolOceano to ShandonlSan Miguel 8% S"30 '" taken from Clinical ProQl7lm Directors October 2001 ReDOrt ~,...fJed) I I - --~- -----.- ~ .' Big Brothers BIg-SIsters of San Luis ObIspo County -Answers to , 3 _ . (Page 1a) DeacrlDtIon of al'Ollll8 who will benefit and how thev will benefit from Proaram More than half the young people currently served by Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Luis Obispo County (BBBS-SLO) come from hlgh-risk families with one incarcerated parent. SchOOI- aged children are waiting for their own positive role model, a mentor, a Big Brother or BIg Sister to provide guidance, hope and life enhancing skills and experiences. More children in our community need to have a Big Brother or Sister to foster resistance and break the cycles of crime and dependency, drug and alcohol abuse, truancy, and unplanned pregnancy. BBBS- SLO targets achool-aged children primarily from single family, lower income homes. Many of the children and youth are from families with a history of physical and emotional abuse, and/or drug and alcohol abuse. Most of these famHies ara part of the CalWOrks, welfara to work program, and many receive SectIon 8 housing assistance. Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Luis Obispo County Is an asset based long-tenn investment as reflected in studies such as the one conducted by the Califomia Mentor Foundation. That study showed that of 57,000 young people in mentor programs in 1999: 0/ 98.4% stayed in school, 0/ 85.25% did not use drugs, 0/ 97.9% did not become a teen parent, 0/ 98.2% did not join a gang. It has also been documented that youths mentored by a Big Brother or Sister are more likely to: 0/ seek higher education and career goals, 0/ avoid recidivism 0/ make healthier choices. A Clinical Program Director, with a Master's degree, supervises college degreed professional Case Managers to provide scheduled ongoing guidance, support and supervision for the match and family. Big Brothers Big Sisters provide volunteer orientation, screening, training and the professional Case Management components of the program, adheres to strict background standards, rigorous training processes, and high quality ongoing case management policies and procedures. Case Managers assist in the measurement of match goals by using statistical outcome study tools. Targeted marketing strategies are used to identify potential volunteers, and carefuUy recruit Big Brother and Big Sister mentors. The volunteers are comprehensively screened, trained and matched. Big Brothers and Big Sisters spend a minimum of six hours a month with their 'LittIe.. The time commitment is three hours twice a month of one-to-one mentoring, and a telephone contact on the altemate week. College students commit to the relationship for the school year. Non-students commit to their relationship for a year Additional funding would be used to provide an Increased number of Empowerment Trsinings for at-risk children/youths and their guardian, and an increased number of Volunteer Trainings for Big Brothers and Big Sisters. These additional trainings are necessary to support growth. Sm811 group Empowerment Trainings give children and their families the tools for sexual abuse prevention and identification, as well as other safety issues. BBBS-SLO follows and teaches best practices that include cultural sensitivity and diversity-inclusion. This program, BBBS-SLO collaborates with the City of San Luis Obispo school personnel, recreational facilities, SLO County Departments of Social Sarvice and Probation, CASA Court Appointed Special Advocates, and AmeriCorps, and Saf-Soc. BBBS-SLO goals and measurable outcomes are charted twice a year, (see_attachments). \ ---~- .' Big Brothers Big Sisters of Sanluis Obispo County Page 1 b location of ProJect: BBBS-SLO has office space centrally located at 1880 Santa Barbara St., in the City of San Luis Obispo. BBBS-SLO also has access to office andlor meeting space at SAF- SOC (SLO County Department of Social Services System of Care) in both North and South San Luis Obispo County, Public Golf Course meeting rooms, Churches, and other public meeting locations. The actMties and one-to-one reletionshlp between the mentor and mentee take place throughout the County. The mentor-mentee matches are encouraged to spend recreational time together that costs very little money, or is free, i.e. hiking, bike rides, the beach, etc. Geoal'llDhlc Are.. Served All areas of San Luis Obispo County PMI_I I n- Tlmellne Recruit Case Manager & support staff First month Recruit Big Brothers & Sisters Ongoing Orient Big Brothers & Sisters Ongoing Screen & interview potential "Bigs' As they apply and as needed Train mentors, children andlor guardians Weekly Do home assessments of "Bigs' Ongoing, and as needed Do home assessments of "Littles' Ongoing, and as needed Make Big/Little matches Ongoing, and as needed , Supervise staff and matches Ongoing Evaluate matches Twice a yeaf Provide ongoing case management Daily, and scheduled Case Reviews Week/v. Monthlv. Quarterlvand annuallv reviews Plan and have recreational activities Monthly (for a/l matches and children waiting to be matched, the "Cadets") Participate on the "SAF-SOC' team(s) As scheduled J .' Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Luis Obispo County 5. Please describe the budget for the proposed project or program. l/Ireakf/own of Cost De, averaae Si9JJrothers Q.ia S/atels One-to-One Mento,...Mentee "Match" with Onq.oinll Case-ManllflelrtfHtt The ExDense of Each New Match fo, a Yea, . Recruit Big Brothers & Sisters $85. . Orient potential Big Brothers & Sisters ("Bigs") $50. . Screen & interview potential "Bigs" (fingerprinting, local police, sheriff, DMV records, inteNlew references) $175. . Train mentors, children and/or guardians $ 85. (@ 3 hours each) . Do home assessmentslwritten evaluation of "Bigs" $150. . Do home assessmentslwritten evaluation of "Littles" and his family life $150. . Make BiglLittle matches & meet with match at one of their homes $85. . Professional Case Management $500. (a year) . Evaluate matches twice a year $150. . Provide monthly recreational activities $ 25. (for all matches and children waiting to be matched, the "Cadets") Average Cost per year for a new "Match" $1455.00 Revenues: 1. CDBG Funds requested $ 109,125 (funding for an additional 75 mentor-mentea matches at $1455 pet match) 2. Other funds (please describe below) $ 425,000 INote that County DSS funds 75 matches a month lSH.09Q) a _r. our current DODulatlon exceeds the funded JMtchM bv an eatlmatIId 50%). Total Revenues $ 534.125 a. Exoendltures: List below by item or cost category. See attached budget for 2001 6. Does the proposed project or activity meet one of the three national objectives of the CDBG program? P..... check ons of the objectives below that sppIIM to the pro,.III, and explain below that applies to the proposal, and explain how the project or activity ....... that national objective. a. _XX_ Benefits low and moderate-income persons as defined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). NOTE: To meet this national objective, the proposed activity must benefit a speciflc clientele or residents in a particUlar area of the county or participating city, at least 51 percent of whom are - ---------.- .~ .' 2002 CDBG Application Organization: ~-~-_.- Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Luis Obispo County b. _ Aida In the prevention or elimination of slums or blight NOTE: To meet this national objective, the proposed activity must be provided within a designated slum or blighted area, and must be designed to address one or more conditions that contributed to the deterioration of the area. c. Meets community development needs having a particular urgency where existing COiiditions pose a serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the community, and no other funding sources are available. NOTE: To meet this national objective, the proposed activity must be provided to deal with major catastrophes or emergencies such as floods or earthquakes. 7. If the project or program Is dealgned to meet the National Objective of providing benefit to tow and moderate Income persons, please eatlmate the number of perso.. (01' households) to benefit from the project and break that eatlmate down by Income group.. foIiowII: , a. Total number of persons or households who will benefit from the project (regardless of income group): Personslhouseholds (circle the applicable unit) 76 Households a. Of the total number of persons or households entered above, how many will be Iow-income (eamlng 51% - 80% or less of the County Median Income)? personslhouseholds (circle the applicable unit) 65% of HOUHhoIda a. Of the total number of persons or households entered above. how many will be very Iow-income (earning 50% or loess of the County Median income)? Personslhouseholds (circle the applicable unit) 35% of HouaehoIds Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Luis Obispo County 5- --~ -- nJ .' 2002 CDBG Application Organization: Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Luis Obispo County 8. Check any of the following eligible activity categorl.. that apply to the propoeec! project or program: (Refer to CDBG regulations and Guide to Eliaible CDBG ActIvities) - Acquisition of real property - Disposition of real property - Public facilities and improvements (may include acquisition, construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation or installation) - Privately-owned utilities - Clearance, demolition, removal of buildings and improvements, and/or movement of structure$ to other sites - Interim assistance - Relocation of individuals, families, businesses, non-profit organizations, and/or farms - Removal of architectural barriers - Housing rehabilitation - New housing construction (under limited circumstances) - Code enforcement - Historic preservation - Commercial or industrial rehabilitation - Special economic development - Special activities by subrecipients , X Public services - Planning studies 9. Dncrlbe the need and the degree to urgency for the propoeec! project or program. What would be the consequences If the proposed project or program Is not funded In the nut yeer? BBBS-SLO's ability for capacity building is limited by budget restrictions. Qualified Big Brother and Big Sister mentors are available to be matched with at-risk and disadvantaged children in San Luis Obispo County. The demand for services has exceeded the growth of financial resources. BBBS-SLO has had to stop accepting applications from children until additional funding sources are secured for case management and support staff. (See attached Clinical Director's Report from October 2001) 6- , , - ~._-_._- ~J .' . 2002 CDBG Application Organization: Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Luis Obispo County 10. PIMH describe the 8peclflc organlzatlon(8) method to Implement the propoMCl project or program: (8lngle or multiple group, with rol..; public agency?; non-proftt?; tor-proftt?; experience In operating 81mllar prograll\8; etc.). BBBS-SLO in a non-profit agency. See the attached evaluation plan and program description for project plan. I certify that the information in this application is true and accurate. to the best of my ability and knowled ~~/ Signa re Date (Tt1j ~1f1 fees / (LV . Printed or typed name Title / 7- _._-~ .. "',S ,g.g at.. e ::s 5 ~ i ~ ~~ ~ i ~~ ~~:i1 Ij~1 6.~ sJ!<.~ s e='~~ J>~= 1! c:: ~.. . ~ &