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Agenda Packet 2001-01-23 ~ CITY COUNCIL B"&PI' AGENDA ~d~ Michael A. Lady Mayor Tony M. Ferrara Mayor Pro Tern Steven Adams City Manager Thomas A. Runels Council Member Timothy J. Carmel City Attorney Jim Dickens Council Member Kelly Wetmore Director, Administrative Services Sandy Lubin Council Member NOTICE OF CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING Tuesday JANUARY 23, 2001 6:15 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. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EV ALUA TION pursuant to Government Code Section 54957: Title: City Manager 4. RECONVENE TO OPEN SESSION: Announcement of reportable action from closed session, if any. 5. ADJOURNMENT. c:closedsession.agenda.012301. " CITY COUNCIL B"& PI' AGENDA ~!7~ Michael A. Lady Mayor Tony M. Ferrara Mayor Pro Tern Steven Adams City Manager Thomas A. Runels Council Member Timothy J. Carmel City Attorney Jim Dickens Council Member Kelly Wetmore Director, Administrative Services Sandy Lubin Council Member AGENDA SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL/REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MEETING TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 2001 7:00 P.M. Arroyo Grande City Council Chambers 215 East Branch Street, Arroyo Grande 1. CALL TO ORDER: 7:00 P.M. 2. ROLL CALL COUNCIL/AGENCY 3. FLAG SALUTE: ARROYO GRANDE MASONIC LODGE #274 JOHN BEWICK 4. INVOCATION: RABBI NORMAN MENDEL, CONGREGATION BETH DAVID SAN LUIS OBISPO 5. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS: 5.a. City of Arrovo Grande Energy Conservation Resolution 6. AGENDA REVIEW: 6a. Move that all resolutions and ordinances presented tonight be read in title only and all further readings be waived. AGENDA SUMMARY - JANUARY 23, 2001 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 1, 2001 through January 15, 2001. B.b. Cash Flow Analysis/Approval of Interfund Advance from the Water Facilitv Fund (SNODGRASS) Recommended Action: Receive and file November and December Cash Reports and approve the interfund advance from the Water Facility Fund to cover cash deficit in other funds at November 30,2000 and December 31,2000. 8.c. Minutes of Special City Council MeetinGs of December 12. 2000 and January 9. 2001 and Minutes of Citv Council MeetinG of January 9. 2001 (WETMORE) Recommended Action: Approve minutes as submitted. B.d. Report on Proiect Development (AB 1600) Fees (SNODGRASS) Recommended Action: Accept and file the report on the receipt and use of AB1600 fees during the fiscal year ending June 30,2000. B.e. Adjustment of In-Lieu Fee for Off-Street ParkinG (SNODGRASS) Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution approving an adjustment to the in-lieu fee for off-street parking in the Parking and Business Improvement Area of the Village. AGENDA SUMMARY - JANUARY 23, 2001 PAGE 3 8. CONSENT AGENDA: (continued) 8.f. Annual Adiustment of Impact Fees (SNODGRASS) Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution approving an adjustment to the City's Impact Fees. 8.g. Council Appointments to Various Boards and Commissions (ADAMS) Recommended Action: 1) Approve the appointments to various Boards and Commissions; and 2) Approve the recommendation of Council Member Dickens to appoint Tim Brown to the Planning Commission, replacing Martin London. 8.h. Determination of Industrial Disability (TerBORCH) Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution determining that Police Officer Jason Pole suffers from an Industrial Disability. 8.i. Acceptance of Easements in the Rancho Grande Area (SPAGNOLO) Recommended Action: 1) Adopt Resolution accepting and rejecting offers of dedication offered in 2920 OR 980; 2) Adopt Resolution accepting easements and offers of dedication for Tract 1834, Phase 1; and 3) Adopt Resolution accepting easements and offers of dedication for Tract 1834, Phase 2. 8.j. Acceptance of Citv/Redevelopment AGency Audited Annual Financial Reports as of June 30. 2000 (SNODGRASS) [COUNCILlRDA] Recommended Action: Staff recommends the City Council/Redevelopment Agency Board receive and file the respective Audited Annual Financial Reports for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2000. 9. PUBLIC HEARINGS: 9.a. Preliminarv Approval of Fiscal Year 2000-01 Communitv Development Block Grant (CDBG) Proiects (McCANTS) Recommended Action: Provide preliminary approval on the proposed funding of Fiscal Year 2000-01 CDBG projects. 9.b. Plot Plan Review No. 00-016 for Special Event Banner Standards and Installation of Cables Across West Branch Street Attached to the BuildinQs at 106 E. Branch Street and 102 Bridge Street (McCANTS) Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution approving the installation of cables spanning W. Branch Street for the location of a special event banner to announce community based events. AGENDA SUMMARY - JANUARY 23, 2001 PAGE 4 10. CONTINUED BUSINESS: 10.a. Approval of Second Amendment to the Street Sweepina Service AGreement with Daystar Industries (SPAGNOLO) Recommended Action: Approve the second amendment to the Street Sweeping Service Agreement and authorize the Mayor to execute the Agreement. 11. NEW BUSINESS: 11.a. Proposed Ordinance Amending Portions of Title 6. Chapter 4 of the Arrovo Grande Municipal Code to Establish a Mandatorv Construction and Demolition Debris Recvclina ProGram (McCANTS) Recommended Action: Introduce Ordinance amending Title 6, Chapter 4 of the Municipal Code to establish a mandatory construction and demolition debris recycling program. 11.b. Discussion of City Approval of Development Applications (McCANTS) Recommended Action: Provide direction to staff concerning existing policy and alternatives for the City's development application approval process. 11.c. BudGet and Financial Planning Recommendations (ADAMS/SNODGRASS) Recommended Action: No formal action required. Staff recommends the Council provide direction regarding the annual budget process; establishment of budget goals and priorities; long-range financial planning process; and future two-year budget process. 11.d. Redevelopment FundinG Recommendations (ADAMS) [COUNCILlRDA} Recommended Action: Approve recommendations to address the current Redevelopment Agency financial trends and to proceed with implementation of the City's economic development goals. 11.e. Review of Citv Council Parliamentarv Procedures (ADAMS) Recommended Action: Review the Policy/Procedure for Conducting City Council Business and direct staff if any modifications to the parliamentary procedures are desired. 12. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS: This item gives the Mayor and Council Members the opportunity to present reports to the other members regarding committees, commissions, boards, or special projects on which they may be participating. (a) MAYOR MICHAEL A. LADY: (1 ) South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District (SSLOCSD) (2) Other AGENDA SUMMARY - JANUARY 23, 2001 PAGE 5 12. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS (continued): (b) MAYOR PRO TEM TONY M. FERRARA: (1) Integrated Waste Management Authority (IWMA) (2) Air Pollution Control District (APCD) (3) Long-Range Planning Committee (4) Other (c) COUNCIL MEMBER THOMAS A. RUNELS: (1) Zone 3 Water Advisory Board (2) County Water Resources Advisory Committee (WRAC) (3) Other (d) COUNCIL MEMBER JIM DICKENS: (1 ) San Luis Obispo Council of Governments/San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority (SLOCOG/SLORT A) (2) Community Recreation Center Subcommittee (3) Economic Opportunity Commission (EOC) (4) South County Youth Coalition (5) Other (e) COUNCIL MEMBER SANDY LUBIN: (1) South County Area Transit (SCAT) (2) Economic Vitality Corporation (EVC) (3) Other 13. COUNCILlRDA COMMUNICATIONS: Correspondence/Comments as presented by the City Council/RDA. 14. STAFF COMMUNICATIONS: Correspondence/Comments as presented by the City Manager. 15. ADJOURNMENT AGENDA SUMMARY - JANUARY 23, 2001 PAGE 6 * * * * * * * 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.arroyogrande.org CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE -ABBREVIATIONS revised 08/04/00 A Agricultural Preserve AB Assembly Bill LAFCO Local Agency Formation Commission ADA Americans with Disabilities Act LOCC League of California Cities AG General Agriculture LLA Lot Line Adjustment AGMC Arroyo Grande Municipal Code LUE Land Use Element AGPOA Arroyo Grande Police Officers' Association MER Lot Merger APN Assessor's Parcel Number MF Condominiumfr ownhouse APCB Air Pollution Control Board MFA Apartments APCD Air Pollution Control District MHP Mobile Home Parks ARC Architectural Review Committee 0 Office Professional ASCE American Society Civil Engineers OCSD Oceano Community Services District ASD Administrative Services Department OSCE Open Space and Conservation Element AWNA American Water Works Association PC Planning Commission BD Building Division PD Police Department CA City Attorney . PF Public/Quasi Public CC City Council PPR Plot Plan Review CCC California Conservation Corps PRD Parks & Recreation Department CCCSIF Central Coast Cities Self-Insurance Fund PRE-APP Pre-application CD Community Development PSHHC Peoples' Self-Help Housing Corp. CDBG Community Development Block Grant PSP Planned Sign Program CE Circulation Element PUD Planned Unit Development CEC California Energy Commission PN Public Works Department CEQA California Environmental Quality Act RDA Redevelopment Agency CIP Capital Improvement Program RE Residential Estate CIWMP California Integrated Waste Management Plan RFP Request for Proposals CM City Manager's Office RFQ Request for Qualifications CMC California Men's Colony RH Hillside Residential CMP Congestion Management Plan RHNP Regional Housing Needs Plan COC Certificate of Compliance RR Rural Residential CPI Consumer Price Index RS Suburban Residential CUP Conditional Use Permit RTA Reversion to Acreage DARE Drug Abuse Resistance Education RWQCB Regional Water Quality Control Board DC Development Code SAC Staff Advisory Committee CEA Drug Enforcement Administration SB Senate Bill E.C. Election Code SCAT South County Area Transit EDD Economic Development Department SEIU Service Employees International Union EDU Equivalent Dwelling Unit SF Single Family EIR Environmental Impact Report SLO San Luis Obispo EIS Environmental Impact Statement SLOCOG San Luis Obispo Council of Governments EOC Economic Opportunity Commission SLOHA San Luis Obispo Housing Authority EVC Economic Vitality Corporation SLONTF San Luis Obispo Narcotics Task Force FAU Federal Aid Urban SLORT A San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority FD Fire Division SLOWRAC San Luis Obispo County Water Resources Advisory FDAA Federal Disaster Assistance Administration Committee FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency SR Senior Housing FID Financial Services Department SSLOCOWA South San Luis Obispo County Water Association FPPC Fair Political Practices Commission SSLOCSD South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District FTA Federal Transit Administration SRRE Source Reduction & Recycling Element FY Fiscal Year SWRCD State Water Resources Control Board G.C. Government Code TPM Tentative Parcel Map GC General Commercial TT Tentative Tract Map GF General Fund TTAC Transportation Technical Advisory Committee GP General Plan TUP Temporary Use Permit GPA General Plan Amendment UBC Uniform Building Code HCD California Department of Housing and Community UFC Uniform Fire Code Development USA Underground Service Alert HOP Home Occupancy Permit VAR Variance HUD Housing and Urban Development Dept. VC Village Commercial I Industrial and Business Park . VCB SLO County Visitors & Conference Bureau ISTEA Intermodal Surface Transportation VSR View Shed Review JPA Joint Powers Authority ZONE 3 San Luis Obispo County Flood Control and Water Conservation District - Zone 3 (Lopez Project) 5.a. ~~ <U~'~JV ~-~ E.... C,-..:tttelldelr '. I .~ '\ ~ ___..._-: l ./"_. , : , ~,_ ,", I \ \ I :! I , ! '\ -", ,.\ 'j ,WHEREAS, California, . face~ - -unprecedented~ e""ergy, chall~nges and sev~..e el.ic~city supply, shortages; and , \', r. ;-.....,. /_ - r: ~ -... -, \ \ -../ - _/ " " WHEREAS,' the importance of immediate energy conservation ,-, ," , , efforts c~onot beov~rstated; and " . , WHEREAS, Governor Grity Davis h~s asked all Californians to reduce elec~icity use by ~; and \' _ \1; , , WHEREAS, to demonstrate California's commitment to 1: ,\ - '-' conserve electricity, th~ Gover~or ,', has / directed state agencies to 'reduce elec~cjty use in _state', facilities by 5% by JantJary 16th, and has asked-cities to do ,the, same. . ( , / I . i " 1 NOW, THE~EFORE, BE IT RESpLVED, that I, MJchael A. '-ady, Mayor of th~ City of Arrpyo, ,Grande, on behalf of the City Council, acknowledge ~'" num~er of actions the City of _ Arroyo( Grande, has taken \to r immediatety red~ce elec~city, and urges its residentS and businesses to/ also reduce- ongoing electricity :t.se.' i! "- , - \.. \ ~, ""---" - - ' - - ,I IN WITNESS WHEREOF~{I have hereunto set my hand and I - \ ,.,' , I ' \\ caused the Seal o{the City'of Arroyo Grande to be,affixed this 23rd d~y of January, 2001..', \ \ ,>' - '- ;'':'-''--..'\ "I , , , \ ). 'MICHAELA. LADY, MAYOR ,; I' "I- i i , " , ~ 8.a. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: LYNDA K. SNODGRASS, DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICES ~ BY: JANET M. HUWALDT, ACCOUNTING SUPERVISOR 9)1 SUBJECT: CASH DISBURSEMENT RA TIFICA TION DATE: JANUARY 23,2001 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended the City Council ratify the attached listing of cash disbursements for the period January 1 - January 15, 2001. FUNDING: There is a $434,859.11 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 1, 2001 Payroll Uniform Checks and Benefit Checks ATTACHMENT 3 - January 5,2001 Accounts Payable Check Register ATTACHMENT 4 - January 12, 2001 Accounts Payable Check Register ATTACHMENT 5 - January 12, 2001 Payroll Checks and Benefit Checks ATTACHMENT 1 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE CASH DISBURSEMENTS For the Period of January 1 Through January 15, 2001 , " , , , """",, January 23, 2001 Presented are the cash disbursements issued by the Department of Financial Services for the period January 1 to January 15, 2001. Shown are cash disbursements by week of occurrence and type of payment. ~EK TYPEOFPAYNrnNT SCHEDULE AMOUNT January 1, 2001 Payroll Uniform Checks and Benefit Checks 2 17,015.57 January 5, 2001 Accounts Payable Cks 98769-98868 3 66,759.35 January 12, 2001 Accounts Payable Checks 98872-98966 4 109,574.12 Less Payroll Cks included in Attachment 2 (15,308.72) Payroll Checks and Benefit Checks 5 256,818.79 351,084.19 Two Week Total $ 434.859.11 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE INDEX FOR BUDGET DEPARTMENTS EDEN COMPUTER SYSTEM GENERAL FUND (010) SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS City Government (Fund 010) Park Development Fee Fund (Fund 213) 4001 - City Council 4550 - Park Development Fee 4002 - City Oerk 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 Constroction Tax Fund (Fund 230) 4121 - Taxes/ Insurance/ Bonds 4556 - Construction Tax 4130 - Community Development Police Grant Fund (Fund 271) 4131 - Community Building (CDBG) 4202 - State AB3229 Cops Grant 4140 - Management Information System 4203 - Federal COPS Hiring Grant 4145 - Non Departmental 4204 - Federal Local Law Enforcement Public Safety (Fund 010) 4201 - Police ENTERPRISE FUNDS 4211 - Fire Sewer FWtd (Fund 612) 4212 - Building & Safety 4610 - Sewer Maintenance 4213 - Government Buildings Water Fund (Fund 640) Public Works (Fund 010) 4710 - Water Administration 4301 - Public Works-Admin & Engineering 4711 - Water Production 4303 - Street/Bridge Maintenance 4712 - Water Distribution 4304 - Street Lighting Lopez Administration (Fund 641) 4305 - Automotive Shop 4750 - Lopez Administration Parks & Recreation (Fund 010) 4420 - Parks CAPITAL IMPROVEMrnNT PROGRAMS 4421 - Recreation 5501-5599 - Park Projects 4422 - General Recreation 5601-5699 - Streets Projects 4423 - Pre-School Program 5701-5799 - Drainage Projects 4424 - Recreation-Special Programs 5801-5899 - Water/Sewer/Street Projects 4425 - Children in Motion 5901-5999 - Water Projects 4430 - So to Sport Complex 4460 - Parkway Maintenance Dept. Index for Council Attachment 2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE DEPARTMENTAL LABOR DISTRIBUTION UNIFORM CHECKS 01/01/01 Fund 010 17,015.57 Pers Retirement 1,625.53 Fund 220 - Social Security 1,050.72 Fund 612 - Pars Retirement 10.52 Fund 640 - SDI 28.80 Uniform Allowance 14,300.00 17,015.57 Total 17,015.57 Attachment 3 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 1 01/04/01 14:48 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 339 01/02/01 101606 ALLAN HANCOCK COLLEGE ENVIRON.TECH.COURSE-7 PEOPLE 220.4303.5501 154.00 154.00 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER OFFICE SUPPLIES 284.4103.5201 23.58 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER COMPUTER KEYBOARD 010.4120.5201 47.19 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER COMPUTER UPGRADE-ACCESS 010.4130.5201 107.24 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER DIGITAL CAMERA 010.4130.5201 268.10 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER FILM DEV-CODE ENFORCE 010.4130.5201 36.09 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER D.CROCKETT DINNER CLASS 010.4130.'5501 8.57 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER ROOM-TRAINING CLASS 010.4130.5501 65.00 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER OFFICER'S STAFF MTG. 010.4211.5501 48.22 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER PROTECTIVE CLOTHING 010.4211.5272 107.75 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER STATIONARY 010.4211.5201 22.80 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER EPSON 010.4301. 5255 10.77 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER FRANKLIN COVEY 010.4301.5201 41.18 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER GASOLINE 640.4712.5501 20.01 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER FOUR WINDS 640.4712.5501 72.88 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER GASOLINE 010.4421.5608 28.00 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER GASOLINE 010.4421. 5608 33.75 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER GASOLINE 010.4421. 5608 15.51 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER EL DORADO HOTEL-RENO 010.4421. 5501 210.82 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER MEETING-COMPUTER STAFF CNTY 010.4101. 5201 56.80 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER OFFICE MAX-OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4101. 5201 64.93 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER MATRIX BOOKS 010.4101.5201 42.50 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER SHERATON HOTEL-CONCORD 284.4103.5501 242.00 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER ECONOMIC FORECAST PROJECT 010.4001.5501 100.00 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER ECONOMIC FORECAST PROJECT 010.4101.5501 100.00 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER ECONOMIC FORECAST PROJECT 284.4103.5501 95.00 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER ECONOMIC FORECAST PROJECT 010.4120.5501 95.00 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER ECONOMIC FORECAST PROJECT 010.4130.5501 95.00 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER ECONOMIC FORECAST PROJECT 010.4211.5501 95.00 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER PAPER FACTORY 010.4001. 5201 23.71 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER OFFICE MAX 010.4211.5201 13.94 340 01/02/01 009008 BANKCARD CENTER CR:OFFICE MAX 010.4211. 5201 3.22- 2,188.12 341 01/02/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL PHONE 489-2345 010.4145.5403 34.00 341 01/02/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL MIS DATA LINE 473-0379 010.4140.5303 91. 47 341 01/02/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL L/DIST.FAX 473-0386 010.4145.5403 74.51 341 01/02/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL ALARM 473-1935 640.4710.5403 33.17 341 01/02/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL ALARM 473-2041 010.4145.5403 18.37 341 01/02/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL PHONE 489-2174 010.4201.5403 35.41 341 01/02/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL L/DIST.FAX 473-2198 010.4145.5403 35.96 341 01/02/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL PHONE 473-5100 010.4145.5403 720.08 341 01/02/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL PHONE 473-5141 010.4145.5403 230.83 341 01/02/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL PHONE 473-5400 010.4145.5403 1,341.18 341 01/02/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL PHONE 481-6944 010.4201.5403 165.36 2,780.34 98769 01/05/01 000468 A T & T-L/DIST SVC. FAX LINE 223-5168 010.4211.5403 23.35 23.35 98770 01/05/01 100584 AIR LIQUIDE AMERICA COR OXY & ACETGASSES 010.4305.5303 46.73 98770 01/05/01 100584 AIR LIQUIDE AMERICA COR OXY' & ACETGASSES 640.4712.5610 46.72 93.45 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 2 01/04/01 14 :48 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 98771 01/05/01 101606 ALLAN HANCOCK COLLEGE FIRE MGMT CLASS TEXT BOOKS 010.4211.5501 96.54 96.54 98772 01/05/01 003744 AMER.PUBLIC WORKS ASSOC APWA DUES-SPAGNOLA 010.4301.5503 110.00 110.00 98773 01/05/01 003120 AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL SUP IBUPROFEM TABLETS 010.4420.5255 29.92 98773 01/05/01 003120 AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL SUP SURVEYOR VESTS 010.4426.6201 43.44 98773 01/05/01 003120 AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL SUP FIRST AID SUPPLIES 612.4610.5255 7.75 98773 01/05/01 003120 AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL SUP FIRST AID SUPPLIES 640.4712.5255 7.75 98773 01/05/01 003120 AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL SUP FIRST AID KITS RESTOCKED 010.4420.5255 262.17 98773 01/05/01 003120 AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL SUP 2-SUSPENDER BACK 010.4430.5605 42.79 393.82 98774 01/05/01 100897 AMERICAN TEMPS RHINEHART SVCS TO 12/8/00 220.4303.5303 703.20 98774 01/05/01 100897 AMERICAN TEMPS RHINEHART SVCS TO 12/15/00 220.4303.5303 709.79 1,412.99 98775 01/05/01 007332 AUSTIN'S PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTO SITTING-LUBIN 010.4001. 5201 164.10 164.10 98776 01/05/01 102050 AVAYA,INC. MERLIN PHONES SVC AGREE 010.4145.5403 28.16 28.16 98777 01/05/01 102158 TIM BANDUCCI RE. CITATION-T. BANDUCCI 010.0000.4203 20.00 20.00 98778 01/05/01 009438 BARKLOW'S FIRE TRUCK PA KIT RELIEF VALVE 010.4211.5601 45.67 45.67 98779 01/05/01 010296 BEACH FRONT AUTO SERVIC REPL 02 SENSOR/VACUUM LINES 220.4303.5601 312.66 98779 01/05/01 010296 BEACH FRONT AUTO SERVIC SMOG INSPECTION-PW21 220.4303.5601 28.75 98779 01/05/01 010296 BEACH FRONT AUTO SERVIC REPL ANTENNA/HOOD BOLT/BELTS 220.4303.5601 165.16 98779 01/05/01 010296 BEACH FRONT AUTO SERVIC REPL OXY SENSOR/FILTER/CYLIND 220.4303.5601 280.26 98779 01/05/01 010296 BEACH FRONT AUTO SERVIC REPL.SEAT BELTS-PW4 220.4303.5601 66.00 98779 01/05/01 010296 BEACH FRONT AUTO SERVIC SMOG INSPECT-PW2 010.4301.5601 28.75 881.58 98780 01/05/01 010800 BERETTA USA BERETTA CONF REGIST-CLEAVER 010.4201. 5501 200.00 200.00 98781 01/05/01 101117 BRANCH STREET DELI HOLIDAY LUNCHEON 010.4001.5504 811.35 811.35 98782 01/05/01 013026 BRISCO MILL & LUMBER 8' BULBS 220.4303.5255 14.99 14.99 98783 01/05/01 021940 C.COAST TAXI CAB SERVIC TAXI SVCS 12/1-14/00 225.4553.5507 1,786.25 1,786.25 98784 01/05/01 101101 C.T.I./VALUELINE XEROX 2150 PAPER 010.4301. 5255 45.35 45.35 98785 01/05/01 017472 CA. ST. DEPT. CONSERVATION S.M.I.P.2Q 00/01 010.0000.2208 763.00 98785 01/05/01 017472 CA. ST. DEPT. CONSERVATION ADMIN FEE-SMIP 010.0000.4801 38.15- 724 .85 98786 01/05/01 101550 CCCICBO CCCICBO DUES-2001 010.4212.5503 60.00 60.00 98787 01/05/01 100842 CENTRAL & PACIFIC COAST OXYGEN H FILL 010.4211. 5206 24.00 98787 01/05/01 100842 CENTRAL & PACIFIC COAST OXYGEN H FILL 010.4211.5206 12.00 36.00 98788 01/05/01 022632 CHAPARRAL STAPLES FOR COPIER 010.4421. 5602 75.08 75.08 98789 01/05/01 023322 CHRISTIANSON CHEVROLET SMOG TEST-F312 010.4211.5601 73.75 73.75 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 3 01/04/01 14:48 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 98790 01/05/01 023868 RICHARD CLEAVER BERETTA CONF EXP-CLEAVER 010.4201. 5501 309.60 309.60 98791 01/05/01 024180 COAST NUT & BOLT BOLT BIN 220.4303.5613 183.73 183.73 98792 01/05/01 024492 COLD CANYON LAND FILL ELM STR RECR-DISPOSAL FEE 010.4420.5307 12.00 98792 01/05/01 024492 COLD CANYON LAND FILL GREEN WASTE 220.4303.5307 12.00 98792 01/05/01 024492 COLD CANYON LAND FILL GREEN WASTE 220.4303.5307 12.00 98792 01/05/01 024492 COLD CANYON LAND FILL GREEN WASTE 220.4303.5307 12.00 98792 01/05/01 024492 COLD CANYON LAND FILL GREEN WASTE 220.4303.5307 12.00 98792 01/05/01 024492 COLD CANYON LAND FILL GREEN WASTE 220.4303.5307 12.00 72.00 98793 01/05/01 025428 CONSOLIDATED ELECTRICAL XMAS LIGHTS/BULBS 010.4213.5604 112.01 112 . 01 98794 01/05/01 026754 CRYSTAL SPRINGS WATER C BOTTLED WATER-C.C. 010.4001.5201 15.00 98794 01/05/01 026754 CRYSTAL SPRINGS WATER C BOTTLED WATER 010.4301.5201 20.00 35.00 98795 01/05/01 026832 CUESTA EQUIPMENT CO FEMALE INSULATOR-PW213 640.4712.5603 8.04 8.04 98796 01/05/01 027534 D.G.REPAIR R/R DOOR OPENER-P28 010.4420.5601 81. 45 81. 45 98797 01/05/01 099006 RICHARD DEBLAUW REF.L/SCAPE BOND-535 JENNY PLC 010.0000.2210 1,200.00 98797 01/05/01 099006 RICHARD DEBLAUW L/SCAPE BOND-120 ANDRE DR 010.0000.2210 1,200.00 2,400.00 98798 01/05/01 016302 DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIO CMC CREW-11/00 220.4303.5303 1,733.13 98798 01/05/01 016302 DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIO CMC CREW-11/00 010.4420.5605 416.75 2,149.88 98799 01/05/01 029250 J. B. DEWAR, INC. GREASE FOR WELLS/PUMP MOTORS 640.4712.5610 32.05 32.05 98800 01/05/01 029484 DIESELRO INC. SAFETY STICKERS-BACK UP ALARMS 640.4712.5601 17.10 98800 01/05/01 029484 DIESELRO INC. SAFETY STICKERS-BACK UP ALARMS 220.4303.5601 17.11 34.21 98801 01/05/01 100465 EDEN SYSTEMS, INC. FIN.SYST.SOFTWARE SUPPORT 010.4140.5303 10,488.09 10,488.09 98802 01/05/01 032058 NADINE ELLIOTT 9' ARTIF.XMAS TREE-C.B. 010.4424.5252 96.51 96.51 98803 01/05/01 102150 LINDA FELDMAN REF.WTR DEP-226 S ELM ST 640.0000.2302 180.00 98803 01/05/01 102150 LINDA FELDMAN CLOSING BILL-226 S ELM ST 640.0000.4751 32.37- 147.63 98804 01/05/01 101379 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES, IN WIRE WHEELS/CUP BRUSH 640.4712.5610 154.19 154.19 98805 01/05/01 100691 FIVE CITIES-TIMES ORD.521 SUMMARY 010.4002.5301 30.00 98805 01/05/01 100691 FIVE CITIES-TIMES PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE-LONGS 010.4130.5301 60.00 98805 01/05/01 100691 FIVE CITIES-TIMES PUBLIC HEARING NOT-BANNERS 010.4130.5301 48.00 138.00 98806 01/05/01 100523 GEO SOURCE INC. CONSTR. TEST-F. OK/VALLEY/T.HO 350.5631. 7401 180.00 180.00 98807 01/05/01 101881 GREATAMERICAN LEASING C 1/01/01 LEASE PYMT-COPIER 010.4130.5303 319.07 319.07 98808 01/05/01 101088 HANSON AGGREGATES ASPHALT 220.4303.5613 199,71 98808 01/05/01 101088 HANSON AGGREGATES ASPHALT 220.4303.5613 200 . 04 399.75 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 4 01/04/01 14:48 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 98809 01/05/01 04013 0 HANSON CONCRETE PRODUCT 10 GALV.LINER GARBAGE CAN 010.4420.5605 198.41 198.41 98810 01/05/01 100635 HARRY'S RADIATOR SVCS WATER PUMP/CLUTCH/THERMOSTAT 010.4305.5603 358.53 358.53 98811 01/05/01 042840 HOME APPLIANCE CENTER AMANA MICROWAVE 010.4201.5603 458.35 458.35 98 812 01/05/01 039584 HPC/EAGLE ENERGY DTE LIGHT BEARING/MOTOR OIL 640.4712.5610 35.49 35.49 98813 01/05/01 046176 J J'S FOOD COMPANY HOLIDAY LUNCHEON SUPPLIES 010.4001. 5201 56.63 98813 01/05/01 046176 J J'S FOOD COMPANY CR:HOLIDAY LUNCHEON SUPPLIES 010.4001.5201 21. 24- 98813 01/05/01 046176 J J'S FOOD COMPANY BLOOD DRIVE GROCERIES 010.4211.5255 72.90 108.29 98814 01/05/01 101604 BARBIE JONES SNACK SUPPLIES REIMB 010.4425.5259 28.43 98814 01/05/01 101604 BARBIE JONES SUPPLIES REIMB 010.4425.5255 52.50 98814 01/05/01 101604 BARBIE JONES TRAVEL REIMB-B.JONES 010.4425.5303 31. 52 112.45 98815 01/05/01 101652 J.J KELLER & ASSOCIATES CA. WORK PLACE SAFETY UPDATES 220.4303.5501 86.32 98815 01/05/01 101652 J.J KELLER & ASSOCIATES KELLERS OFFICE SAFETY HANDBOOK 220.4303.5501 44.87 131.19 98816 01/05/01 051168 LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA CI LOCC DUES-2001 010.4145.5503 3,279.00 3,279.00 98817 01/05/01 052144 LIEBERT,CASSIDY,WHITMOR C.C.EMPL.RELAT.CONSORT-2001 010.4145.5501 2,350.00 2,350.00 98818 01/05/01 053118 LUCIA MAR UN.SCH.DIST. ELM K TRANSP.HARLOE/OCEAN VIEW 010.4425.5303 900.00 900.00 98819 01/05/01 101999 MAINLINE SEWER MAIN VIDEO INSPECTIONS 612.4610.5303 630.00 630.00 98820 01/05/01 102149 COLE EN MARTIN REIMB HOLIDAY SUPPLIES 010.4421.5255 59.95 59.95 98821 01/05/01 101252 MCI WORLDCOM VOICE SERVICE-CALLING CARD 010.4211.5403 1.15 1.15 98822 01/05/01 056580 MID STATE BANK ACH DISTRIB-12/06/00 010.4145.5319 78.00 78.00 98823 01/05/01 056628 MID STATE BANK-MASTERCA GASOLINE 010.4201.5608 38.68 98823 01/05/01 056628 MID STATE BANK-MASTERCA REPR.BATTERIES/CONNECTORS 010.4201. 5255 77.86 98823 01/05/01 056628 MID STATE BANK-MASTERCA TRAINING VIDEO-LINE OF DUTY 010.4201.5501 95.00 98823 01/05/01 056628 MID STATE BANK-MASTERCA CHRISTMAS CARDS 010.4201.5201 114 .79 98823 01/05/01 056628 MID STATE BANK-MASTERCA CAP VOLUNTEER XMAS PARTY 010.4201.5504 74.98 401.31 98824 01/05/01 056394 MIDAS MUFFLER & BRAKE INSTALL SEAT BELTS-PW29 220.4303.5601 66.32 66.32 98825 01/05/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE LOCKNUTS/BOLTS/WASHERS 010.4430.5605 22.80 98825 01/05/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE HOSE SUPPLIES 010.4420.5605 10.48 98825 01/05/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE PAINT-W.C.GRAFITTI REMOVAL 010.4420.5605 7.49 98825 01/05/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE STATION LOCKER KEYS 010.4211.5255 3.19 98825 01/05/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE CONNECTOR 010.4211.5603 8.56 98825 01/05/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE FLUORES.24" TUBES 010.4213.5604 42.00 98825 01/05/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE LUBE NON-FLAM 220.4303.5603 13.35 98 825 01/05/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE HARDWARE 640.4712.5610 9.46 98825 01/05/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE HARDWARE 010.4420.5605 5.51 98825 01/05/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE BOLTS/BIT BORING/WASHERS 010.4430.5605 25.69 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 5 01/04/01 14 :48 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 98825 01/05/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE BATTERIES 640.4712.5255 12.10 98825 01/05/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE NUT LOCKS 010.4430.5605 1. 61 98825 01/05/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE HARDWARE 010.4430.5605 3.47 98825 01/05/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE UTILITY KNIFE/PAINT ROLLERS 010.4420.5605 14.43 98825 01/05/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE BATTERIES 640.4712.525., 3.10 98825 01/05/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE WATER VAULT MAINT. 640.4712.5610 35.37 98825 01/05/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE ROPE/TAPE 612.4610.5603 8.13 226.74 98826 01/05/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4130.5201 52.13 98826 01/05/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4130.5201 10.29 98826 01/05/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4421.5201 97.76 98826 01/05/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4420.5201 24.98 98826 01/05/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4425.5255 15.55 98826 01/05/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4130.5201 56.62 98826 01/05/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4421.5201 7.68 98826 01/05/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4421. 5201 11.71 98826 01/05/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4213.5604 21. 44 98826 01/05/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 612.4610.5201 41. 23 98826 01/05/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS CALENDARS 010.4305.5201 27.80 98826 01/05/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS CALENDARS 612.4610.5201 13.90 381.09 98827 01/05/01 102153 NOVACOAST COMPUTER SUPPORT 010.4211.5324 150.00 150.00 98828 01/05/01 062712 ORCHARD SUPPLY HARDWARE IRRIGATION REGULATOR-R.G. 640.4712.5604 6.42 6.42 98829 01/05/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL CLETS LINE 234 267-8633 010.4145.5403 1,583.53 98829 01/05/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL CLETS LINE 234 267-8633 010.4145.5403 96.89 98829 01/05/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL PAY PHONE 489-9816 010.4145.5403 51.78 98829 01/05/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL CLETS LINE 065 021-2713 010.4145.5403 491.77 98829 01/05/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL PHONE 271-7480 010.4145.5403 64.03 98829 01/05/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL CLETS LINE 234 267-8633 010.4145.5403 96.89 98829 01/05/01 063960 PACIFIC BELL PHONE 489-9867 010.4201.5403 53.70 2,438.59 98830 01/05/01 102151 BEVERLY PECK REF.WTR DEP-508 CAROL PLC 640.0000.2302 180.00 98830 01/05/01 102151 BEVERLY PECK CLOSING BILL-508 CAROL PLC 640.0000.4751 22.47- 157.53 98831 01/05/01 066320 PIONEER EQUIPMENT CO. CHARGES-SOLENOID/PARTS 010.4420.5603 10.30 10.30 98832 01/05/01 102152 PISMO BEACH KIWANIS/MAT REF C/B DEP-PISMO BEACH KIWANI 010.0000.2206 250.00 250.00 98833 01/05/01 066924 PLAQUE SHAQUE DESK SIGN-LUBIN 010.4001.5201 15.02 15.02 98834 01/05/01 102155 CATHY POLMANTEER REF.CIM CARD-POLMANTEER 010.0000.4602 11.25 11.25 98835 01/05/01 067548 POOR RICHARD'S PRESS BUSINESS CARDS-LUBIN 010.4102.5306 149.45 149.45 98836 01/05/01 063180 MADDY QUAGLINO SUPER SITTER CLASS-QUAGLINO 010.4424.5351 224.00 224.00 98837 01/05/01 102144 RHINO LININGS BLACK QTR UTIL BED-P56 010.4420.5601 486.98 486.98 98838 01/05/01 102147 LESLEY RILEY REF.CIM CARD-RILEY 010.0000.4602 33.75 33.75 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 6 01/04/01 14 :48 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 98839 01/05/01 100938 SAFEWAY, INC. TURKEY TROT SUPPLIES 010.4424.5252 179.65 179.65 98840 01/05/01 100192 SAN LUIS MAILING SVC MAIL BUS.LIC.RENEWALS-12/00 010.4120.5201 482.02 482.02 98841 01/05/01 076830 SANTA MARIA TIRE INC. L-FLEET SVC RTE EXT.BRUSH 010.4211.5601 67.57 67.57 98842 01/05/01 078156 SEBASTIAN OIL DISTRIB. DIESEL FUEL 010.4211.5608 248.70 98842 01/05/01 078156 SEBASTIAN OIL DISTRIB. DIESEL FUEL 010.4211.5608 40.56 98842 01/05/01 078156 SEBASTIAN OIL DISTRIB. DIESEL FUEL 010.4211.5608 97.75 387.01 98843 01/05/01 102148 SHOPSPORTS.COM BASKETBALLS 010.4426.6201 354.57 354.57 98844 01/05/01 102145 KELLY SMITH REIMB COM'L DRIVER LIC-K.SMITH 220.4303.5501 64.00 64.00 98845 01/05/01 101574 SOC.OF AM.MILITARY ENGI SO.AM.MILITARY ENGR-SPAGNOLA 010.4301.5503 57.00 57.00 98846 01/05/01 080886 SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY BRASS AIR FITTINGS 010.4305.5603 23.85 98846 01/05/01 080886 SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY SPLIT LOOMS 010.4211.5601 35.93 98846 01/05/01 080886 SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY BATTERIES 010.4305.5255 10.12 98846 01/05/01 080886 SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY AIR FITTING-PW51 612.4610.5601 4.85 74.75 98847 01/05/01 082040 STAPLES OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4211.5201 83.86 98847 01/05/01 082040 STAPLES OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4211.5201 11.03 94.89 98848 01/05/01 082328 STERLING COMMUNICATIONS MINITOR II BATTERY 010.4211.5603 252.04 252.04 98 84 9 01/05/01 102132 STEVEN ENTERPRISES,INC. 25X50 YDS STD BOND #20 010.4301. 5255 54.02 54.02 98850 01/05/01 101871 SUNRISE COLLECTION,INC. REF.C/B DEP-SUNRISE COLLECTION 010.0000.2206 250.00 250.00 98851 01/05/01 102157 ROB & TRACY TACHOVSKY REF.CUP-TACHOVSKY 010.0000.4162 1,131.00 1,131.00 98852 01/05/01 083850 TANKS UNLIMITED HYDRO TESTED 010.4211.5303 105.00 105.00 98853 01/05/01 084804 TEXAS REFINERY CORP. CONCRETE MAGI-PATCH 220.4303.5613 496.03 496.03 98854 01/05/01 102159 RAY THORN & ASSOCIATES LEADERSHIP RETREAT 12/1/00 010.4101.5501 125.00 98854 01/05/01 102159 RAY THORN & ASSOCIATES LEADERSHIP RETREAT 12/1/00 010.4120.5501 125.00 98854 01/05/01 102159 RAY THORN & ASSOCIATES LEADERSHIP RETREAT 12/1/00 010.4130.5501 125.00 98854 01/05/01 102159 RAY THORN & ASSOCIATES LEADERSHIP RETREAT 12/01 010.4201.5501 375.00 98854 01/05/01 102159 RAY THORN & ASSOCIATES LEADERSHIP RETREAT 12/01 010.4211.5501 350.00 98854 01/05/01 102159 RAY THORN & ASSOCIATES LEADERSHIP RETREAT 12/01 010.4301.5501 325.00 98854 01/05/01 102159 RAY THORN & ASSOCIATES LEADERSHIP RETREAT 12/01 010.4421. 5501 250.00 98854 01/05/01 102159 RAY THORN & ASSOCIATES LEADERSHIP RETREAT 12/01 284.4103.5501 125.00 1,800.00 98855 01/05/01 085644 TOSTE GRADING & PAVING TACK OIL 220.4303.5613 75.00 75.00 98856 01/05/01 086384 TROXELL ENTERPRISES REPR DIAL TONE 473-5442 010.4301.5602 65.00 65.00 98857 01/05/01 088084 UNITED GREEN MARK,INC. GREEN EMITTER-ELM ST 010.4420.5605 1. 20 1. 20 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 7 01/04/01 14 :48 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 98858 01/05/01 087672 UNITED RENTALS SAFETY GLASSES 640.4712.5255 6.84 6.84 98859 01/05/01 087580 US FILTER DISTRIBUTION 1" CUSTOMER BALL VALVES 640.4712.5610 741.04 741.04 98860 01/05/01 102146 R. VALDEZ ELECTRIC DRILL FOR SAFETY POLES 010.4211.5303 350.00 350.00 98861 01/05/01 089426 VAVRINEK,TRINE,DAY & CO PROF.SVCS-ll/00 010.4120.5303 10,200.00 98861 01/05/01 089426 VAVRINEK,TRINE,DAY & CO PROF.SVCS-RDA AUDIT 284.4103.5303 2,000.00 12,200.00 98862 01/05/01 101866 VERIZON WIRELESS MESSAG F.D.PAGERS TO 1/14/01 010.4211.5403 76.74 76.74 98863 01/05/01 100431 WILLARD PAPER CO PAPER 010.4102.5255 250.11 98863 01/05/01 100431 WILLARD PAPER CO PAPER/ENVELOPES 010.4102.5255 252.50 502.61 98864 01/05/01 102156 DOUG & RUSS WORTHINGTON REF. CUP-WORTHINGTON 010.0000.4162 189.40 189.40 98865 01/05/01 102154 KELSI WRIGHT REF.CIM CARD-K.WRIGHT 010.0000.4602 48.50 48.50 98866 01/05/01 102130 XESYSTEMS, INC DRY TONER 010.4301.5255 406.00 406.00 98867 01/05/01 101754 YMCA-SLO CNTY 5C YOUTH BASKETBALL SPONSORSHP 010.0000.4613 2,800.00 2,800.00 98868 01/05/01 094146 ZUMAR INDUSTRIES SREET NAME SIGN CAPS 220.4303.5613 176.96 176.96 TOTAL CHECKS 66,759.35 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 8 01/04/01 14 :48 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 FUND TITLE AMOUNT 010 GENERAL FUND 54,203.39 220 STREETS FUND 5,851.38 225 TRANSPORTATION FUND 1,786.25 284 REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY FUND 2,485.58 350 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND 180.00 612 SEWER FUND 705.86 640 WATER FUND 1,546.89 TOTAL 66,759.35 Attachment 4 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 1 01/09/01 16:49 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 342 01/05/01 005616 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE G.A.REIMB 1-5/01 UNIFORMS CKS 01l.0000.1015 15,308.72 15,308.72 98872 01/12/01 002340 JOHN ALLEN SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT-ALLEN 010.4201.5501 412.68 412.68 98873 01/12/01 003042 AMERICAN EQUIPMENT SVCS DUMP BIN 010.4213.5303 1,250.00 1,250.00 98874 01/12/01 100897 AMERICAN TEMPS RHINEHART SCS T012/23 220.4303.5303 632.88 632.88 98875 01/12/01 005772 ARROYO GRANDE COMM. HOS LUMBAR SPINE-DEBLAUW 010.4201.5315 182.00 182.00 98876 01/12/01 101044 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE MGMT RETREAT SUPPLIES 010.4101.5201 93.73 98876 01/12/01 101044 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PHOTO DEVELOP/CAMERA BAG 010.4130.5201 13.03 98876 01/12/01 101044 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4301.5201 9.98 98876 01/12/01 101044 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PEST CONTR.ADV REGIS 010.4420.5503 20.00 98876 01/12/01 101044 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE ZONE 3 TECH COMM.MTG 010.4001.5201 13.32 98876 01/12/01 101044 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE HAZ MAT TRAINING-VAFB 010.4420.5501 1l.57 98876 01/12/01 101044 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE REIMB.SLO CO F.D.FEE 010.4211.5501 5.00 98876 01/12/01 101044 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE CITY MGR.MEETING 010.4101.5501 6.50 98876 01/12/01 101044 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE MILEAGE-S.ADAMS 010.4101. 5501 29.25 98876 01/12/01 101044 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE HOLIDAY LUNCHEON SUPPLIES 010.4101.5201 92.81 98876 01/12/01 101044 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE SHIPPING CHGS-PW4 & 29 220.4303.5601 12.00 98876 01/12/01 101044 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PHOTO DEVELOP 010.4130.5201 8.49 98876 01/12/01 101044 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE HSCE MTG 010.4301.5503 15.00 98876 01/12/01 101044 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE OFFICE CLOCK 010.4120.5201 19.26 98876 01/12/01 101044 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE LUNCH MTG 010.4301. 5501 17.50 98876 01/12/01 101044 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE HAZ MAT CLASS MATERIALS 220.4303.5501 20.00 98876 01/12/01 101044 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE MILEAGE-R.CRUZ 640.4712.5501 8.32 98876 01/12/01 101044 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE 5C YOUTH B/BALL SUPPLIES 010.4426.5306 13 .12 98876 01/12/01 101044 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE 5C YOUTH B/BALL SUPPLIES 010.4425.5255 10.06 418.94 98877 01/12/01 006552 ARROYO MEDICAL GROUP IN PRE-EMPLOY. PHYS I CAL-DEBLAUW 010.4201. 5315 148.00 148.00 98878 01/12/01 102166 JOHN BANDY REF.O/PAY-1118 FAIR OAKS AVE 640.0000.4751 158.69 98878 01/12/01 102166 JOHN BANDY CLOSING BILL-1118 FAIR OAKS 640.0000.4751 76.23- 82.46 98879 01/12/01 010296 BEACH FRONT AUTO SERVIC SMOG INSPECTION-921 010.4201.5601 28.75 98879 01/12/01 010296 BEACH FRONT AUTO SERVIC SMOG INSPECTION-942 010.4201.5601 28.75 57.50 98880 01/12/01 101987 BERNARD'S H.D. SPECIALT LUBE/OIL/FILTER/TIRE/BALANCE 010.4201.5601 763.78 98880 01/12/01 1019~7 BERNARD'S H.D. SPECIALT LUBE/OIL/FILTER/BRAKES-PD 983 010.4201. 5601 809.44 1,573.22 98881 01/12/01 011426 BLUEPRINT EXPRESS COPIES-CREEKSIDE PROMENADE 350.5607.7301 121. 25 121.25 98882 01/12/01 012754 BREZDEN PEST CONTROL OTLY PEST CONTROL-FIRE DEPT 010.4213.5604 90.00 90.00 98883 01/12/01 013026 BRISCO MILL & LUMBER BLDG. SUPPLIES 010.4213.5604 243.47 98883 01/12/01 013026 BRISCO MILL & LUMBER BATTERY/STUD FINDER 010.4420.5605 31. 07 98883 01/12/01 013026 BRISCO MILL & LUMBER BLDG. SUPPLIES 010.4420.5605 13 6.06 98883 01/12/01 013026 BRISCO MILL & LUMBER CR:METAL BRACKET 010.4213.5604 1l.78- 98883 01/12/01 013026 BRISCO MILL & LUMBER VAULT HINGES 640.4712.5610 3.21 98883 01/12/01 013026 BRISCO MILL & LUMBER VAULT HINGES 640.4712.5610 3.21 405.24 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 2 01/09/01 16:49 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT -AMOUNT 98884 01/12/01 013806 BURKE AND PACE OF AG LUMBER 010.4420.5605 111.12 98884 01/12/01 013806 BURKE AND PACE OF AG HEX BOLTS 010.4430.5605 198.58 98884 01/12/01 013806 BURKE AND PACE OF AG CONCRETE 640.4712.5610 123.04 98884 01/12/01 013806 BURKE AND PACE OF AG LUMBER 010.4430.5605 184.64 617.38 98885 01/12/01 021940 C.COAST TAXI CAB SERVIC TAXI SVCS-DEC 15-31 225.4553.5507 1,818.75 1,818.75 98886 01/12/01 015132 CA.CONF.OF ARSON INVEST REGIS-KEVIN MCBRIDE CCAI 010.4211.5501 190.00 190.00 98887 01/12/01 017202 CA. ST. BOARD OF EQUALIZA U/GROUND FUEL STORAGE FEE 010.4305.5201 300.39 98887 01/12/01 017202 CA.ST.BOARD OF EQUALIZA DIESEL FUEL TAX 2Q-00/Ol 010.0000.1202 196.02 496.41 98888 01/12/01 019498 CAL-COAST MACHINERY INC U-BOLTS/LOCK NUTS/TINE 010.4430.5603 440.58 98888 01/12/01 019498 CAL-COAST MACHINERY INC U-BOLTS 010.4430.5603 29.69 470.27 98889 01/12/01 016692 CALIF. PEACE OFFICER'S A LEGAL SVCS.PREMIUM TO 12/31/01 010.4201.5303 450.00 98889 01/12/01 016692 CALIF. PEACE OFFICER'S A SUBSCRIPT-TRAINING BULLETIN 010.4201. 5501 115.00 565.00 98890 01/12/01 102053 CALIFORNIA CONSERVATION JAMES WAY TRAIL 010.4420.5605 2,500.00 2,500.00 98891 01/12/01 102163 CALIFORNIA JOURNAL SUBSCRIPTION-CA. JOURNAL 010.4201. 5503 39.95 39.95 98892 01/12/01 019266 CALIFORNIA UNIFORM CTR. UNIFORMS-HENDRICKS 010.4201. 5255 335.16 335.16 98893 01/12/01 101582 CCUG CCUG MEMBERSHIP-HOLT 010.4201.5503 50.00 50.00 98894 01/12/01 022230 CENTRAL VALLEY TOXICOLO 1 FLS ABUSE SCREEN/DRUG SCREEN 010.4201.5324 88.40 88.40 98895 01/12/01 023088 CHERRY LANE NURSERY AZALEA/CAMELLIA 010.4420.5605 39.66 39.66 98896 01/12/01 026208 CREDIT BUREAU REPORTS, CREDIT CHECK-DEBLAUW 010.4201.5303 7.00 7.00 98897 01/12/01 100612 CRISTANDO HOUSE,INC. SUPERVISORY DEV-JOHN ALLEN 010.4201. 5501 203.00 203.00 98898 01/12/01 026832 CUESTA EQUIPMENT CO FUNNELS 010.4420.5605 13.60 98898 01/12/01 026832 CUESTA EQUIPMENT CO INSULATION 220.4303.5603 8.58 22.18 98899 01/12/01 027144 L.N CURTIS & SONS CROSSFIRE MONITOR 010.4211. 6201 2,827.11 98899 01/12/01 027144 L.N CURTIS & SONS SHOEFIT BOOTS 010.4211.5272 93.08 2,920.19 98900 01/12/01 028548 DAYSTAR INDUSTRIES STREET SWEEPING 612.4610.5303 4,975.13 4,975.13 98901 01/12/01 101969 DE LAGE LANDEN FINANCIA COPIER LEASE PAYMENT-93791 010.4421. 5303 148.31 148.31 98902 01/12/01 101352 EAGLE INDUSTRIES UNLIMI SRT SUPPLIES-VESTS/BELTS 010.4201. 5272 417.46 417.46 98903 01/12/01 101077 FDSOA STEFFAN FDSOA DUES 010.4211.5503 75.00 75.00 98904 01/12/01 102164 GLORIA FELDT O/PAY-TAXI INSPECT. FELDT 010.0000.4125 25.00 25.00 98905 01/12/01 101379 FERGUSON ENTERPRISES,IN BALL VALVES 640.4712.5610 429.00 429.00 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 3 01/09/01 16:49 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 98906 01/12/01 033702 TERENCE FIBICH REIMB.GASOLINE-FIBICH 010.4211.5501 15.90 15.90 98907 01/12/01 100691 FIVE CITIES-TIMES LEGAL 107189 010.4'130.5301 51.00 98907 01/12/01 100691 FIVE CITIES-TIMES LEGAL 83320 010.4002.5301 31. 50 82.50 98908 01/12/01 101662 FORD QUAILTY FLEET CARE LUBE/OIL/FILTER/SEV.INSPECT 640.4712.5601 36.33 98908 01/12/01 101662 FORD QUAILTY FLEET CARE REPL.WINDOW-931 010.4201. 5601 399.53 98908 01/12/01 101662 FORD QUAILTY FLEET CARE POWER STEERING PUMP-931 010.4201.5601 282.28 98908 01/12/01 101662 FORD QUAILTY FLEET CARE SMOG CHECK-931 010.4201.5601 50.72 98908 01/12/01 101662 FORD QUAILTY FLEET CARE REPL.ENGINE-952 010.4201.5601 4,612.12 98908 01/12/01 101662 FORD QUAILTY FLEET CARE LUBE/OIL/FILTER/TRANS INSPECT 010.4201. 5601 163.03 5,544.01 98909 01/12/01 102143 FOREMOST PROMOTIONS POLICE PENCIL TOPPER ERASERS 278.4207.5504 119.32 119.32 98910 01/12/01 036738 GALL'S INC HLN9428 ADAPTER FOR MOTOROLA 010.4201.5606 33.58 98910 01/12/01 036738 GALL'S INC STREAMLIGHT TRAFFIC WANDS 010.4201. 5272 206.66 240.24 98911 01/12/01 102161 GT DISTRIBUTORS,INC STREAMLIGHT LENS/SWITCHES/PLUG 010.4201. 5255 378.45 98911 01/12/01 102161 GT DISTRIBUTORS,INC EAR PLUG DISPENSER BOX 010.4201. 5255 84.95 463.40 98912 01/12/01 100913 SEAN F HAGERTY REIMB.FIRE MEAL-HAGERTY 010.4211.5501 11. 43 11.43 98913 01/12/01 102169 MEG HAGY REF. CHILDREN IN MOTION CARD-HA 010.0000.4602 17.00 17.00 98914 01/12/01 042840 HOME APPLIANCE CENTER S/CALL MICROWAVE 010.4201.5603 37.00 37.00 98915 01/12/01 100117 IMAGING PRODUCTS INT'L FILM & POLARIOD FILM 010.4201. 5255 358.30 358.30 98916 01/12/01 046098 J C LANDSCAPING LANDSCAPE MAINT. 010.4420.5303 380.00 98916 01/12/01 046098 J C LANDSCAPING LANDSCAPE MAINT. 217.4460.5356 120.00 500.00 98917 01/12/01 046410 J.W.ENTERPRISES TOILET RENTAL 220.4303.5552 91. 73 91.73 98918 01/12/01 046722 JERRY'S SPORT CENTER, I DEF-TEE DEST DEVICE BODY 010.4201. 5272 960.35 960.35 98919 01/12/01 101604 BARBIE JONES REIMB.SNACK SUPPLIES-JONES 010.4425.5259 130.47 130.47 98920 01/12/01 048516 KEYLOCK SECURITY SPECIA KEYS TO SRT STORAGE (4) 010.4201. 5604 19.31 19.31 98921 01/12/01 050894 LAWSON PRODUCTS,INC. HACKSAW BLADES/FUSES/BATTERY 010.4211. 5601 319.79 319.79 98922 01/12/01 052144 LIEBERT,CASSIDY,WHITMOR NOV PROF.SVCS 010.4003.5319 304.50 304.50 98923 01/12/01 053274 LYON & CARMEL PROF. LEGAL SVCS-DEC 010.4003.5304 9,427.00 9,427.00 98924 01/12/01 101252 MCI WORLDCOM NOV.CALLING CARDS 010.4145.5403 1. 73 1. 73 98925 01/12/01 056394 MIDAS MUFFLER & BRAKE LUBE/OIL/FILTER/ALTERNATOR 010.4201. 5601 158.97 98925 01/12/01 056394 MIDAS MUFFLER & BRAKE LUBE/OIL/FILTER/SERVICE 010.4201. 5601 25.71 98925 01/12/01 056394 MIDAS MUFFLER & BRAKE ALIGN/ADJUST BRAKE/OIL. FILTERS 010.4201.5601 94.77 279.45 - VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 4 01/09/01 16:49 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 98926 01/12/01 056940 MIER BROS. CONCRETE 220.4303.5613 101.35 101.35 98927 01/12/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE WATER FILTER/HANDLE 010.4211.5255 29.47 98927 01/12/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE BLDG. MATERIALS/TOOLS 010.4211.5605 79.37 98927 01/12/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE CR:LIGHT BULBS 010.4211. 5255 1.93- 98927 01/12/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE BLDG. MATERIALS 640.4712.5610 17.12 98927 01/12/01 057096 MINER'S ACE HARDWARE REDI MIX/BLDG MATERIALS 010.4211.5605 12.99- 111. 04 98928 01/12/01 057174 MISSION. OFFICE PLUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4120.5201 14.54 98928 01/12/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4120.5201 14.02 98928 01/12/01 057174 MISSION OFFICE PLUS OFFICE SUPPLIES 284.4103.5201 42.24 70.80 98929 01/12/01 100095 NAPA AUTO PARTS BEL CONNECTOR 010.4211.5601 53.52 53.52 98930 01/12/01 061814 NOBLE SAW, INC. SPRING 220.4303.5603 25.53 25.53 98931 01/12/01 101750 OFFICEMAX CREDIT PLAN OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4211.5201 42.09 98931 01/12/01 101750 OFFICEMAX CREDIT PLAN OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4002.5201 48.74 98931 01/12/01 101750 OFFICEMAX CREDIT PLAN OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4120.5201 321.94 98931 01/12/01 101750 OFFICEMAX CREDIT PLAN OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4211. 5201 19.28 432.05 98932 01/12/01 062712 ORCHARD SUPPLY HARDWARE COMBO WRENCH/RAKES 220.4303.5273 104.59 104.59 98933 01/12/01 064194 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC ELECTRIC 010.4304.5402 990.24 98933 01/12/01 064194 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC ELECTRIC 640.4712.5402 171. 42 98933 01/12/01 064194 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC ELECTRIC 640.4711.5402 2,083.54 98933 01/12/01 064194 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC ELECTRIC 612.4610.5402 694.18 98933 01/12/01 064194 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC ELECTRIC 010.4145.5401 4,707.95 98933 01/12/01 064194 PACIFIC GAS & ELECTRIC ELECTRIC 217.4460.5355 7.84 8,655.17 98934 01/12/01 064258 PAGING NETWORK OF LA PAGER SVCS -DEC 010.4421.5602 115.23 115.23 98935 01/12/01 066924 PLAQUE SHAQUE EMP.RECOGNITION AWARDS/PLAQUES 010.4001.5504 102.42 98935 01/12/01 066924 PLAQUE SHAQUE YEAR AWARDS PLAQUES 010.4201. 5504 112.61 215.03 98936 01/12/01 068200 PMX KING STERILE GLOVES 010.4211.5206 413.98 413.98 98937 01/12/01 102160 PORAC LAW ENFORCEMENT N AD FOR POLICE OFFICER 010.4201.5301 524.00 524.00 98938 01/12/01 067890 PRAXAIR DISTRIBUTION,IN OXYGEN 010.4211.5206 18.55 18.55 98939 01/12/01 100707 QUADRANT SYSTEMS,INC ANNUAL SOFTWARE SUPPORT 010.4120.5201 325.00 98939 01/12/01 100707 QUADRANT SYSTEMS,INC ANNUAL SOFTWARE SUPPORT 010.4421.5201 215.00 98939 01/12/01 100707 QUADRANT SYSTEMS,INC ANNUAL SOFTWARE SUPPORT 010.4201.5201 110.00 650.00 98940 01/12/01 069496 RXLASER W2 & 1099 2000 UPGRADE 010.4120.5201 411. 25 98940 01/12/01 069496 RXLASER W2 PAPER/ENVELOPES 010.4120.5201 76.18 487.43 98941 01/12/01 075660 SAN LUIS PAINTS EXTERIOR PRIMER 010.4430.5255 58.96 98941 01/12/01 075660 SAN LUIS PAINTS FIELD MARKING PAINT 010.4430.5255 196.63 98941 01/12/01 075660 SAN LUIS PAINTS WEATHER COAT MASS BASE 010.4430.5255 143.58 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 5 01/09/01 16:49 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 98941 01/12/01 075660 SAN LUIS PAINTS EXT.PRIMER 010.4430.5255 50.75 98941 01/12/01 075660 SAN LUIS PAINTS WEATHER COAT MASS BASE 010.4430.5255 13 9.65 98941 01/12/01 075660 SAN LUIS PAINTS WEATHERCOAT MASS BASE 010.4430.5255 135.27 724 . 84 98942 01/12/01 102165 SANDAG TRIP GENERATION MANUAL 010.4130.5503 3.00 3.00 98943 01/12/01 076848 LENNY DE LOS SANTOS TENNIS CLASSES-DE LOS SANTOS 010.4424.5351 124.95 124.95 98944 01/12/01 078156 SEBASTIAN OIL DISTRIB. GASOLINE 010.4201.5608 1,555.80 1,555.80 98945 01/12/01 101556 DIANE SHEELEY CALEO'S ANNUAL CONF-SHEELEY 284.4103.5501 150.00 150.00 98946 01/12/01 075114 SLO CNTY GENERAL HOSPIT LEGAL TOX SCREEN/DIVERSION 010.4201.5324 28.00 28.00 98947 01/12/01 075192 SLO CNTY PUB. SAFETY CHA SLO CHAPLAIN DUES-BANKER 010.4201. 5503 50.00 50.00 98948 01/12/01 080340 SNAP-ON TOOLS CORP AIR GUN 220.4303.5273 16.75 16.75 98949 01/12/01 080886 SOUTHERN AUTO SUPPLY SEALED BEAM LAMP 010.4211.5601 56.67 56.67 98950 01/12/01 082040 STAPLES OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4201.5201 103.35 98950 01/12/01 082040 STAPLES OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4201.5201 33.56 98950 01/12/01 082040 STAPLES OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4201. 5201 39.67 98950 01/12/01 082040 STAPLES OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4201.5201 36.68 98950 01/12/01 082040 STAPLES OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4201.5201 29.57 98950 01/12/01 082040 STAPLES OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4201.5201 39.13 98950 01/12/01 082040 STAPLES OFFICE SUPPLIES 010.4201.5201 25.74- 256.22 98951 01/12/01 082212 RANDY STEFFAN REIMB.FUEL&BEVERAGES 010.4211.5501 178.01 178.01 98952 01/12/01 082328 STERLING COMMUNICATIONS RADAR & STROBES REPAIR 010.4201.5603 351.78 351.78 98953 01/12/01 101625 TACTICAL & SURVIVAL SRT SUPPLIES-HOLSTER/MAG POUCH 010.4201. 5272 144.50 144.50 98954 01/12/01 084084 TAYLOR'S TUNE-UP SHOP TUNE UP 010.4211.5601 70.48 70.48 98955 01/12/01 087672 UNITED RENTALS RENTAL-SANDBLASTER/SAND 010.4430.5605 348.68 98955 01/12/01 087672 UNITED RENTALS RENTAL-LOG SPLITTER 220.4303.5552 61.60 410.28 98956 01/12/01 088296 UNITED STATES POSTMASTE POSTAGE BY PHONE 010.4145.5201, 2,000.00 2,000.00 98957 01/12/01 088424 URBAN FUTURES INC. PROF.SVCS-RDA 284.4103.5303 1,747.50 1,747.50 98958 01/12/01 088842 VALLEY AUTO SERVICE TIRE BREAK MOUNT 010.4420.5603 8.00 8.00 98959 01/12/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-STREETS 220.4303.5403 63.03 98959 01/12/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-PW INSPECTOR 010.4301. 5403 25.71 98959 01/12/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS ROAMING CELL PHONE 010.4301.5403 26.75 98959 01/12/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONES-PD PATROL CARS 010.4201.5403 257.54 98959 01/12/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-PKS SUPER 010.4421.5602 15.79 98959 01/12/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-PKS DIR 010.4421.5602 23.34 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 6 01/09/01 16:49 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 VOUCHER/ CHECK CHECK VENDOR VENDOR ITEM ACCOUNT ITEM CHECK NUMBER DATE NUMBER NAME DESCRIPTION NUMBER AMOUNT AMOUNT 98959 01/12/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONES-PD 010.4201.5403 98.36 98959 01/12/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-RDA 284.4103.5403 42.41 98959 01/12/01 102007 VERIZON WIRELESS CELL PHONE-CHAVEZ 010.4430.5605 25.07 578.00 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. SEWER CONNECT. FEE STUDY 350.5403.7301 142.50 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. SEWER CONNECT. FEE STUDY 350.5403.7701 2,101.00 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. BIKEWAY PROJECT ONE 350.5606.7301 12.50 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. CREEKSIDE PATH 350.5607.7301 1,436.14 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. BRIDGE ST BRIDGE DECK REHAB 350.5608.7301 30.00 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. OAK PARK BLVD. WIDENING 350.5609.7301 431. 75 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 350.5613.7701 618.75 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. BRISCO/I01 INTERCHANGE ALTS 350.5615.7301 1,712.97 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. EL CAMPO/101 INTERCHANGE ALTS 350.5616.7301 195.00 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. CENTRAL COAST TOWN CENTER 350.5617.7301 46.25 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. ROUTE 227 RELINQUISHMENT STUDY 350.5628.7701 227.50 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. FAIR OAKS RECON/VALLEY TO TRAF 350.5630.7301 2,840.05 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. TALLY HO RECON/227 TO LEPOINT 350.5631.7001 1,614.47 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. TALLY HO RECON/227 TO LEPOINT 350.5631.7301 5,993.80 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. TALLY HO RECON/227 TO LEPOINT 350.5631.7502 120.00 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. FAIR OAKS/VALLEY RD TRAFFIC SI 350.5636.7301 818.16 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. TRAFFIC LIGHT AT HALCYON 350.5637.7501 192.50 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. TRAFFIC WAY BRIDGE RAIL REPL 350.5644.7501 48.75 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. NEWSOM SPRINGS 350.5754.7701 357.05 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. GRAND RECON/PH.3 ELM/OAK PARK 350.5812.7501 2,758.75 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. SEWER MASTER PLAN 350.5814.7701 48.75 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. RESERVOIR NO 1 DESIGN 350.5903.7501 652.04 98961 01/12/01 090246 JOHN WALLACE & ASSOC. GENERAL CONSULTING SVCS 010.4301.5303 6,186.50 28,585.18 98962 01/12/01 090480 WAYNE'S TIRE LUBE/OIL/FILTER 010.4201.5601 22.27 98962 01/12/01 090480 WAYNE'S TIRE LUBE/OIL/FILTER 010.4201. 5601 22.27 44.54 98963 01/12/01 091026 WEST GROUP PAYMENT CTR. CA EVIDENCE CODE-2001 010.4201.5255 18.23 18.23 98964 01/12/01 102085 WILDFIRE SUPPLY LINE/COUPLING SET 010.4211.6201 2,370.64 2,370.64 98965 01/12/01 102162 WOLFING'S BACKGROUND & POLY-EKERT/MCFARLIN/STEARNS 010.4201. 5303 405.00 98965 01/12/01 102162 WOLFING'S BACKGROUND & BACKGROUND INVEST/TRAVEL-STEAR 010.4201. 5303 282.50 98965 01/12/01 102162 WOLFING'S BACKGROUND & BACKGROUND INVEST/REPORT-STEAR 010.4201.5303 450.00 1,137.50 98966 01/12/01 094146 ZUMAR INDUSTRIES STREET NAME SIGN BLANKS 220.4303.5613 484.23 98966 01/12/01 094146 ZUMAR INDUSTRIES STREET NAME SIGN BLANKS 220.4303.5613 461.18 945.41 TOTAL CHECKS 109,574.12 VOUCHRE2 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE PAGE 7 01/09/01 16:49 VOUCHER/CHECK REGISTER FOR PERIOD 20 FUND TITLE AMOUNT 010 GENERAL FUND 56,987.00 011 PAYROLL CLEARING FUND 15,308.72 217 LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE DISTRICT 127.84 220 STREETS FUND 2,083.45 225 TRANSPORTATION FUND 1,818.75 278 99-00 FED LOCAL LAW ENFORCE GT 119.32 284 REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY FUND 1,982.15 350 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND 22,519.93 612 SEWER FUND 5,669.31 640 WATER FUND 2,957.65 TOTAL 109,574.12 Attachment 5 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE DEPARTMENTAL LABOR DISTRIBUTION PAY PERIOD 12/22/00 TO 1/04/01 01/12/01 FUND 010 225,804.10 Salaries Full time 136,842.10 FUND 220 11,315.63 Salaries Part-Time 23,557.86 FUND 284 4,703.76 Salaries Over-Time 5,314.09 FUND 612 4,105.57 Holiday Pay 5,038.18 FUND 640 10,889.73 Sick Pay 3,419.29 256,818.79 Annual Leave Pay - Vacation Buyback - Vacation Pay 14,208.11 Comp Pay 3,220.81 Annual Leave Pay 6,675.32 PERS Retirement 15,467.89 Social Security 14,338.66 PARS Retirement 150.19 State Disability Ins. 652.33 Health Insurance 21,983.96 Dental Insurance 3,729.63 Vision Insurance 797.27 Life Insurance 548.10 Long Term Disability - Uniform Allowance 400.00 Car Allowance 375.00 Council Expense 100.00 Employee Assistance - Uniform Allowance - Motor Pay - Total: 256,818.79 8.b. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: LYNDA K. SNODGRASS, DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICESr;J SUBJECT: CASH FLOW ANAL YSIS/APPROVAL OF INTERFUND ADVANCES FROM THE WATER FACILITY FUND DATE: JANUARY 23,2001 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended the City Council: . Accept the November and December cash reports, . Approve the interfund advances of $787,760 (November) and $650,640 (December) from the Water Facility Fund to cover cash deficits in other funds as of November 30, 2000 and December 31, 2000. FUNDING: No outside funding is required. Attachment A - Cash Salance/lnterfund Advance Report for November 30, 2000. S - Cash Salance/lnterfund Advance Report for December 31,2000. - ATTACHMENT A CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE CASH BALANCE / INTERFUND ADVANCE REPORT At November 30,2000 Balance at Recommended Revised Fund 11/30/00 Advances Balance 010 General Fund 235,780 235,780 210 Fire Protection Impact Fees 19,523 19,523 212 Police Protection Impact Fees 2,938 2,938 213 Park Development 248,044 248,044 214 Park Improvement 10,735 10,735 215 Recreation Community Center 620 620 217 Landscape Maintenance 24,085 24,085 220 Street (Gas Tax) Fund 83,265 83,265 222 Traffic Signalization 481,888 481,888 223 Traffic Circulation 425,549 425,549 224 Transportation Facility Impact 1,641,593 1,641,593 225 Transportation 14,523 14,523 226 Water Neutralization Impact 56,013 56,013 230 Construction Tax 206,835 206,835 231 Drainage Facility 10,611 10,611 232 In-Lieu Affordable Housing 81,225 81,225 241 Lopez Facility Fund 456,596 456,596 271 State COPS Block Grant Fund 113,402 113,402 272 Calif. LawEnf. Technology Grant 111,613 111,613 274 Federal Universal Hiring Grant (7,185) 7,185 0 277 98-99 Fed Local Law Enforcement Grant 102 102 278 99-00 Fed Local Law Enforcement Grant 9,915 9,915 284 Redevelopment Agency (161,241) 161,241 0 285 Redevelopment Set Aside 12,958 12,958 350 Capital Projects (619,334) 619,334 0 612 Sewer Fund 18,597 18,597 634 Sewer Facility 70,707 70,707 640 Water Fund 2,269,946 2,269,946 641 Lopez 793,721 793,721 642 Water Facility 1,516,847 (787,760) 729,087 751 Downtown Parking 28,963 28,963 760 Sanitation District Fund 163,205 163,205 Total City Wide Cash 8,322,039 0 8,322,039 THE ABOVE LISTING ARE THE CASH BALANCES SHOWN IN THE GENERAL LEDGER OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE AS OF NOVEMBER 30, 2000. ~/G2 ...E4L -";1 ~ ~ nda K. Snodgras '1 Director of Financial Services ATTACHMENT B CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE CASH BALANCE / INTERFUND ADVANCE REPORT At December 31, 2000 Balance at Recommended Revised Fund 12/31/00 Advances Balance 010 General Fund 1,073,057 1,073,057 210 Fire Protection Impact Fees 20,909 20,909 212 Police Protection Impact Fees 3,274 3,274 213 Park Development 253,702 253,702 214 Park Improvement 15,322 15,322 215 Recreation Community Center 887 887 217 Landscape Maintenance 26,547 26,547 220 Street (Gas Tax) Fund 85,463 85,463 222 Traffic Signalization 484,208 484,208 223 Traffic Circulation 428,756 428,756 224 Transportation Facility Impact 1,647,886 1,647,886 225 Transportation 14,706 14,706 226 Water Neutralization Impact 66,281 66,281 230 Construction Tax 208,035 208,035 231 Drainage Facility 12,540 12,540 232 In-Lieu Affordable Housing 81,225 81,225 241 Lopez Facility Fund 465,596 465,596 271 State COPS Block Grant Fund 113,402 113,402 272 Calif. Law Enf. Technology Grant 111,613 111,613 274 Federal Universal Hiring Grant (7,185) 7,185 0 277 98-99 Fed Local Law Enforcement Grant 102 102 278 99-00 Fed Local Law Enforcement Grant 9,915 9,915 279 00-01 Fed Local Law Enforcement Grant 12,322 12,322 284 Redevelopment Agency (171,259) 171,259 0 285 Redevelopment Set Aside 12,959 12,959 350 Capital Projects (472,196) 472,196 0 612 Sewer Fund 43,686 43,686 634 Sewer Facility 70,707 70,707 640 Water Fund 2,264,847 2,264,847 641 Lopez 343,149 343,149 642 Water Facility 1,521,947 (650,640) 871,307 751 Downtown Parking 26,434 26,434 760 Sanitation District Fund 67,787 67,787 Total City Wide Cash 8,836,624 0 8,836,624 THE ABOVE LISTING ARE THE CASH BALANCES SHOWN IN THE GENERAL LEDGER OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2000. ~ S.c. MINUTES SPECIAL MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2000 COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 215 EAST BRANCH STREET ARROYO GRANDE, CALIFORNIA SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING Mayor Lady called the meeting to order at 7:00 P.M. Mayor Pro Tern Ferrara, Council Members Runels, Dickens and Lubin, and City Manager Adams were present. 1. PUBLIC COMMENT: None. 2. 'CLOSED SESSION: Mayor Lady announced that the Council was going to meet in closed session to discuss the following matter: (a) CONTRACT PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION pursuant to Government Code Section 54957: Title: City Attorney 3. CLOSED SESSION ANNOUNCEMENTS: Mayor Lady announced that there was no reportable action from the closed session. 4. ADJOURNMENT TO REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING: The meeting was adjourned at 7:35 P.M. to the regular City Council meeting of December 12, 2000. Michael A. Lady, Mayor ATTEST: Kelly Wetmore, Director of Administrative Servicesl Deputy City Clerk S:\Arroyo Grande\Closed Session\MINS\2000\Mins-SM 12-12-00.Corel Word Perfect 8 MINUTES SPECIAL MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 2001 COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 215 EAST BRANCH STREET ARROYO GRANDE, CALIFORNIA SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING Mayor Lady called the meeting to order at 5:45 P.M. Mayor Pro Tem Ferrara, Council Members Runels, Dickens and Lubin, City Manager Adams and City Attorney Carmel were present. 1. PUBLIC COMMENT: None. 2. CLOSED SESSION: Mayor Lady announced that the Council was going to meet in closed session to discuss the following matter: CONTRACT PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION pursuant to Government Code Section 54957: Title: City Attorney 3. CLOSED SESSION ANNOUNCEMENTS: Mayor Lady announced that there was no reportable action from the closed session. 4. ADJOURNMENT TO REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING: The meeting was adjourned at 7:00 P.M. to the regular City Council meeting of January 9, 2001. Michael A. Lady, Mayor ATTEST: Kelly Wetmore, Director of Administrative Servicesl Deputy City Clerk MINUTES REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 2001 COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 215 E. BRANCH STREET ARROYO GRANDE, CALIFORNIA 1. CALL TO ORDER Mayor Lady called the Regular City Council meeting to order at 7:05 p.m. 2. ROLL CALL City Council: Council Members Runels, Dickens, Lubin, Mayor Pro Tem Ferrara, and Mayor Lady were present. City Staff Present: City Manager Adams; City Attorney Carmel; Director of Administrative Services Wetmore; Director of Building and Fire Fibich; Director of Financial Services Snodgrass; Director of Economic Development Sheeley; Director of Parks, Recreation, and Facilities Hernandez; Community Development Director McCants; Director of Public Works Spagnolo; Associate Planner Heffernon; and Chief Building Inspector Schmidt. 3. FLAG SALUTE Jack Gatz, President, Arroyo Grande Lions Club, led the Flag Salute. 4. INVOCATION Pastor Ron Gerking, Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Arroyo Grande delivered the invocation. 5. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS None. 6. AGENDA REVIEW None. 6.a. Resolutions and Ordinances Read in Title Only Council Member Runels moved, Council Member Dickens seconded, and the motion passed unanimously that all resolutions and ordinances presented at the meeting shall be read in title only and all further reading be waived. . 7. CITIZENS' INPUT, COMMENTS, AND SUGGESTIONS None. CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 9, 2001 PAGE 2 a. CONSENT AGENDA Council Member Runels requested Item B.c. be pulled for separate roll-call vote. Council Member Runels moved and Council Member Dickens seconded the motion to approve Consent Agenda Items 8.a. through B.k., with the exception of Item B.c., with the recommended courses of action: a.a Cash Disbursement Ratification. Action: Approved listing of cash disbursements for the period December 1,2000 through December 31,2000. 8.b. Statement of Investment Deposits. Action: Received and filed the report of current investment deposits as of December 31,2000. a.d. Minutes of the City Council Meeting of December 12, 2000. Action: Approved as submitted. a.e. Request for Authorization to Close Certain City Streets and Use City Property for the Annual Strawberry Festival, Annual Easter in the Village, and Annual Fourth of July. Action: Adopted Resolution No. 3493 authorizing the closure of City streets and use of City property. a.f. City Hall Re-Roofing Project, Progress Payment No. 1 and Notice of Completion. Action: 1) Authorized progress payment in the amount of $37,716.15 to Quaglino Roofing; 2) Directed staff to file a Notice of Completion; and 3) Authorized release of the retention of $4,190.68, thirty-five (35) days after the Notice of Completion has been recorded, if no liens have been filed. a.g. Fair Oaks AvenuelTally Ho Road Overlay Project, Project No. PW-2000-3, Progress Payment No.5. Action: Authorized progress payment in the amount of $14,650.88 to R. Burke Corporation for work completed on the Fair Oaks Avenueffally Ho Road Overlay capital improvement project. a.h. Program Supplement Agreement for the Scenic Creekside Walk Through the Historic Village of Arroyo Grande, Phase II. Action: 1) Adopted Resolution No. 3494 authorizing the Mayor to execute the Program Supplement Agreement No. MOOS; and 2) Directed the Director of Administrative Services to submit Program Supplement Agreement No. MOOS and authorizing Resolution to Caltrans. a.i. Program Supplement Agreement for the Traffic Way Bridge Rail Replacement Project. Action: 1) Adopted Resolution No. 3495 authorizing the Mayor to execute the Program Supplement Agreement No. M006; and 2) Directed the Director of Administrative Services to submit Program Supplement Agreement No. M006 and authorizing Resolution to Caltrans. CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 9, 2001 PAGE 3 8.j. Implementation of New State Minimum Wage Rate Action: Adopted Resolution No. 3495 to increase wages for those part-time positions that fall below the new State minimum wage. 8.k. Approval of Park and Ride Lot Lease Agreement. Action: Approved the Park and Ride Lease Agreement with the California State Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and authorized the Mayor to execute the Agreement. AYES: Runels, Dickens, Lubin, Ferrara, Lady NOES: None ABSENT: None There being 5 A YES and 0 NOES, the motion is hereby declared to be passed. 8.c. Adoption of Ordinance Establishing Maximum Building Size for Commercial Uses. . Recommended Action: Adopt Ordinance No. 522 C.S. establishing maximum building size for commercial uses. Council Member Dickens moved to adopt an Ordinance establishing maximum building size for commercial uses. Mayor Pro Tem Ferrara seconded the motion, and on the following roll-call vote, to wit: AYES: Dickens, Ferrara, Lubin, Lady NOES: Runels ABSENT: None There being 4 AYES and 1 NO, the motion is hereby declared to be passed. 9. PUBLIC HEARINGS 9.a. Consideration of Conditional Use Permit 00-015 to Construct an 84-room Assisted Care Facility at 579 Camino Mercado (Horizon Senior Housing). Associate Planner Heffernon gave the staff report. She gave an overview of the project , stating that the proposed project was an 84-room assisted care facility approximately 100,000 square feet in size and would include a total of 50 parking spaces. She explained that the Planning Commission discussed concerns about the project relating to issues of pedestrian accessibility from the facility to the street, landscaping, building height, traffic impacts, and affordable housing. She stated that conditions of approval were added to the project to address pedestrian accessibility, landscaping, and affordable housing. The Planning Commission recommended the City Council adopt a Resolution approving Conditional Use Permit No. 00-15 subject to the conditions of approval. CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 9, 2001 PAGE 4 Council Member Dickens asked questions regarding Condition #43 and Mitigation Measure #17 relating to the Vegetation Management Plan and what it included. Associate Planner Heffernon explained that there was a significant amount of brush located on a portion of the site that would be cleared away for fire prevention. She stated that Condition #43 was added due to the high occupancy of the project and the existing conditions of the topography at the location. Council Member Dickens referred to Mitigation Measure #1 regarding neutralizing the estimated increase in water demand created by the project. He asked how the funds would be used to offset or mitigate the increase in water demand, if the applicant chose to pay the in-lieu fee. Director of Public Works Spagnolo responded that there were two options in utilizing the in-lieu fees. One option was to identify a project, such as a reclaimed water line; or the City could set up a program to conduct retrofits. He said that the City did not have these programs set up yet. There was further discussion relating to the Water Neutralization Program. Council Member Dickens referred to Mitigation Measure #4 regarding drainage. He asked if water run-off could be accommodated by existing facilities since there was not a retention basin on the project site. Associate Planner Heffernon replied that was correct. Council Member Dickens asked about erosion control measures and, specifically, if the City had an erosion control ordinance which should be referenced in the Resolution. Director Spagnolo responded that the City has erosion control measures within the grading ordinance. Mayor Pro Tem Ferrara referred to the Traffic Study provided by Higgins & Associates and clarified that the information was based on the trip generation rates published in the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), Trip Generation, 6th Edition. He said the charts were developed based on information that was gathered in 1981 in Oregon and questioned its relevance and usefulness in evaluating this project. Mayor Lady opened the public hearing. Steven Puglishi, Project Architect and representative for Horizon Senior Housing, spoke in favor of the project. He stated that they had reviewed the staff report and they agreed with the findings and conditions of approval for the project. Chris Skiff, President - Horizon Senior Housing, spoke in support of the project. He referred to Wyndam Residence on Elm Street, a 37 -room senior assisted living facility CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 9, 2001 PAGE 5 that was built in the City several years ago, which has served a vital need in the City. He explained that they had been looking for another site to build another type of senior housing which was more affordable and had larger units. He stated that this project, Arroyo Crest, would be a congregate care facility which would provide meals, maid service, and transportation for its residents. He explained that they can lower their cost to residents because 24-hour care was not provided. He stated that if someone needs additional care, they may contract with a Home Health Agency that is located within the building so that the resident is provided with the services they need. Mr. Skiff stated that he felt the project meets the City's Development Code and General Plan objectives. Council Member Runels asked if there would be someone on-site in case of an emergency. Mr. Skiff replied there would be a resident manager to respond to emergencies on-site. Council Member Dickens asked what the cost range is expected to be. Mr. Skiff responded that Wyndam, which is an assisted living facility, starts at about $2,200 per month. He said units in the proposed facility would start at over $1,000 per month. He said the larger 2-bedroom units would be between $2,000 and $3,000 per month. Council Member Dickens asked if the Wyndam residence was currently full. Mr. Skiff responded that it was close to full; however it fluctuates as people move in and out. Ray Abdener, 955 Via Las Aguilas, stated his residence was about 400 feet from the project and expressed concerns about traffic and on-street parking. He suggested painting the curbs red for no parking on either side of the street and installing a signal at the intersection of W. Branch and Camino Mercado. He expressed further concerns regarding erosion, water run-off, and the height of the project. He commented that his residence was the closest to the project and he did not receive notice from the City regarding the project. He stated he was opposed to the project until these concerns were addressed. Stephanie Painter, 541 Mesa View Drive, spoke in support of the project. She stated there was a need for more of this kind of senior housing in the City. Phil Kolbo, 550 Via Vaquero, spoke in support of the project. He stated he owned the commercial property just below the proposed project and lives in Phase I of Rancho Grande. He said from his home, he would be able to see the entire project. He said the project has merit for the community. He spoke of older people moving to the area, as well as the need to retain the City's residents in the community as they get older and need assistance. He acknowledged the traffic issue and stated that seniors would rely CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 9, 2001 PAGE 6 more on public transportation. He said that the nature of this type of senior development would help mitigate traffic impacts compared to that of a high-end commercial project. Laura Kierney, spoke on behalf of Mid State Bank, which is a commercial neighbor to the project. She stated there was no objection to the project and commented that Mid State was aware of the previous two projects completed by this developer which turned out nicely and were well-conceived. Hearing no further public comments, Mayor Lady closed the public hearing. Council Member Lubin asked for clarification regarding viewshed. He stated he understood that even though the proposed project was a three-story building, the building falls below the terrain and was not three-stories above street level. Associate Planner Heffernon replied that was correct. Council Member Lubin expressed concern about the living costs for the seniors; agreed with Mr. Abdener about the traffic problems on Camino Mercado, and supported any efforts to address truck parking on the street. He stated he did not think the additional trips to this type of facility would add significantly to any traffic issues on Camino Mercado. He said he was in favor of the project. Council Member Runels referred to the 15% slope at the entrance going up to the parking lot and asked if there was any way it could be altered to lessen the grade. Associate Planner Heffernon replied that it would be difficult without removing many oak trees. Council Member Runels referred to the run-off from the project and asked if it would go down to the basin below Wal-Mart. Director Spagnolo responded the deve~oper would be required to connect into an existing catch basin that would lead to the open air basin located on W. Branch near St. Patrick's cemetery. Council Member Runels stated he supported the project. Council Member Dickens stated there was a definite need in the community for senior housing; however, he researched whether the City needed this type of senior housing for individuals who are above the median income. He stated he had asked the Area Agency on Agency how many requests it received for this type of facility and they responded none. He said his research found there was a need for more affordable housing for seniors and this type of project would be unaffordable for most senior citizens who currently live here. He referred to statistics and demographics in the City's CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 9, 2001 PAGE 7 Housing Element regarding seniors. He stated that there were two significant issues that would need to be addressed prior to approval of the project and negative declaration. He referred to Mitigation Measures #1 and 2 and stated there should be an approved Water Neutralization Plan; and he referred to the Initial Study, Section Vl.e. Transportation/Circulation, and said it should be marked as "Potentially Significant Unless Mitigated" as it relates to hazards or barriers for pedestrians or bicyclists. He requested that the language in Condition #19 be strengthened to include benches and handrails. He stated that there should be more effort to address affordable senior housing needs. Council Member Dickens stated the second significant issue is the mass and size of the proposed project. He disagreed with Finding #2 in the resolution, which states that the proposed use will not impair the integrity and character of the district in which it is to be established or located. He addressed building height issues and referred to the Development Code, which states the maximum building height will be two-stories or 30 feet, whichever is less, and he felt that two-stories was less. He said based on his concerns, he could not support the environmental determination or the project. Mayor Pro Tem Ferrara distributed handouts of photos depicting The Manse senior housing facility on Marsh Street in San Luis Obispo. He referred to the 15% grade from the sidewalk to the project and asked for clarification regarding the length of the roadway from the sidewalk up to the project. Associate Planner Heffernon replied it was approximately 300 feet. Mayor Pro Tem Ferrara asked for clarification on how the Affordable Housing Ordinance can be reconciled with the Land Use Element of the General Plan with regard to the number of affordable units to be set aside, and also expressed concerns about the 15% grade of the slope as it relates to Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. He commented that the project may meet ADA standards; however, it does not meet the spirit of ADA. Mayor Pro Tem Ferrara also expressed serious concern about the mass of the structure and referred to Land Use Element Policy 15 which limits the scale of buildings within both the urban and rural portions of Arroyo Grande to low profile, horizontal forms. He displayed photos of The Manse senior living facility which was located on level ground and close to public transportation and pointed out the contrast to this project's steep and potentially dangerous access. He agreed that there was a need for senior housing in Arroyo Grande, however, he was concerned about the size, scale, and location for this proposed project. He suggested that there were other areas in the City more suitable for this type of project. Further, Mayor Pro Tem Ferrara referred to the Level of Service standard for the City, and said he was not prepared to validate the traffic study for this project. Based upon concerns for the safety of seniors, traffic, and adherence with ADA, he stated he did not support the project in this location at the proposed scale. Mayor Lady said there was a need for affordable senior housing in the community; however, he had concerns regarding the proposed project. He stated the street that CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 9, 2001 PAGE 8 services the project would be impacted by significant development in progress on James Way. He spoke of the number of projects that have been approved for that locale, and expressed concern about the density, size, and location for this project. He shared the same concerns regarding the results of the traffic study and the steep grade to the project, and stated he did not support moving forward. Council Member Lubin moved to 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. 00-015, located at 597 Camino Mercado, applied for by Horizon Senior Housing. Council Member Runels seconded the motion, and on the following roll call-vote, to wit: AYES: Lubin, Runels NOES: Dickens, Ferrara, Lady ABSENT: None There being 2 A YES and 3 NOES, the motion failed. Mayor Pro Tem Ferrara moved to tentatively deny the project and directed staff to return to the Council at a future meeting with a supporting resolution for consideration. Council Member Dickens seconded the motion, and on the following roll-call vote, to wit: AYES: Ferrara, Dickens, Lady NOES: Lubin, Runels ABSENT: None There being 3 AYES and 2 NOES, the motion is hereby declared to be passed. 9.b. Proposed Ordinance Amending Portions of Title 9 of the Municipal Code Eliminating Mini-Storage as an Allowable Use in all Commercial Zoning Districts. Associate Planner Heffernon gave the staff report. She explained that the proposed ordinance would eliminate mini-storage as an allowable use in all commercial districts, but would continue to allow this use in Industrial districts. Council Member Dickens asked for clarification regarding nonconforming uses and stated there were quite a few areas in the Village with nonconforming uses. Associate Planner Heffernon clarified that the current mini-storage businesses would be considered legal nonconforming uses. Director McCants stated there was no amortization provision in the Code that would require that the use be phased out over a certain period of time. Mayor Lady opened the public hearing. CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 9, 2001 PAGE 9 A letter was received for the record from Kathleen Kuentzel, Property Manager for Crocker's Locker, opposing the proposed ordinance. Erik Justesen, RRM, spoke in opposition to the proposed ordinance. He requested continuing self-storage as a conditionally permitted use. He said elimination of this use removes the City's flexibility in evaluating projects on a case-by-case basis using the conditional use process. He requested that due to the timing of filing applications for a proposed self-storage business located at Grand Avenue and Courtland that this project be exempt from the new ordinance should it be passed. He gave a brief overview of the project as reviewed and amended as a result of recommendations made by the Architectural Review Committee and Planning Commission. Mr. Justesen further stated he had requested information regarding the fiscal implications of building a self-storage versus an office building as it relates to the City's Redevelopment Agency (RDA). He said development of the site will generate revenue that benefits the City. He urged the Council to not eliminate this use categorically, and stated RRM had proposed amendments to the City's Development Code regarding the regulation of self-storage facilities. Gary White, representing the Zaddie Bunder Trust, spoke in opposition to the proposed ordinance. He said the City did not have enough industrial zoned property to locate self-storage facilities. He referred to his project that was denied and explained that his proposal was to expand an existing business that would double the capacity of the self- storage and have a commercial business at the front of the property. He explained that the commercial building would screen the storage units from Grand Avenue. He reviewed the process used by the City in evaluating his project. He requested that his project be exempt from the provisions of the ordinance if it was approved. Stephanie Painter, 541 Mesa Drive, spoke in opposition to the proposed ordinance. Hearing no further comments, Mayor Lady closed the public hearing. Council Member Dickens commented that the Development Code currently categorically eliminates many uses on commercial properties. He referred to the efforts of the General Plan Update and stated that there would be public workshops coming up to start looking at issues for Grand Avenue. He said he did not agree that the continued use of mini-storage is one that will best utilize land on Grand Avenue. He supported the proposed ordinance. Council Member Runels stated he was concerned about eliminating the use in all commercial zones. Council Member Lubin commented that public workshops are going to be held soon to find out what is more desirable on Grand Avenue. He said he was not in favor of metal- sided storage units on Grand Avenue facing the street; however, he was in favor of CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 9, 2001 PAGE 10 increased restrictions on self-storage uses. He proposed postponing consideration of the ordinance until after the Grand Avenue Corridor Master Plan public workshops. Mayor Pro Tem Ferrara stated there was a certain degree of clarification based on what the previous surveys showed. He said the three things that the community wanted for Grand Avenue was for it to be more pedestrian oriented/friendly; have a common architectural theme; and have more convenient shopping. He agreed that there was need for more clarification and definition and that was why there will be a series of workshops. He addressed comments made by Mr. Justesen regarding tax increment for the Redevelopment Agency. He said there were other ways to optimize the limited land on Grand Avenue. He also commented on the City's approach to build-out and how land is at a premium. He wondered if the City wanted to devote what land it has left to services that are available in adjacent communities. He supported approval of the Ordinance. Mayor Lady said he was in favor of the ordinance; however, he acknowledged Council Member Lubin's comments regarding the upcoming workshops. He said he was in favor of postponing consideration of the ordinance until after the workshops. Council Member Lubin moved to postpone any action on the proposed ordinance until 60 days after the Grand Avenue Corridor Master Plan public workshops. Council Member Runels seconded the motion, and on the following roll-call vote, to wit: AYES: Lubin, Runels, Ferrara, Lady NOES: Dickens ABSENT: None There being 4 AYES and 1 NO, the motion is hereby declared to be passed. 10. CONTINUED BUSINESS None. 11. NEW BUSINESS None. 12. COUNCIL COMMUNICATIONS - Council Member Dickens stated he had noticed deterioration in the use of the Design Guidelines for the Village. He referred specifically to the Prudential Hunter Realty sign at the Village Centre and requested that Council ask staff to bring back the issue of the sign. Following discussion, there was consensus of the Council to direct staff to prepare a report outlining the background of the Prudential Hunter sign; and further directing staff to bring an item forth at a future Council meeting to review the Design Guidelines for the Village. CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 9, 2001 PAGE 11 - Mayor Pro Tem Ferrara referred to a modification Trader Joe's made to its building in order to store pallets and other market related materials. He suggested that there . should be more detail on the screening to make it more visually appealing. He requested staff prepare a simple rendering showing a screen or trellis to close the opening at the top. Following comments, there was consensus of the Council to direct staff to prepare a draft rendering for review. - Council Member Lubin requested direction regarding his authority and responsibility while serving on the regional commissions he has been appointed to. Mayor Lady advised that Council Members who are appointed to serve on regional commissions act as a representative of the City and are given broad voting rights. He explained that Council Members have the opportunity to provide Council reports regarding action of their appointed commissions on a monthly basis. - Council Member Runels gave an update on the Santa Maria water litigation, stating that a ruling is expected within 30 days on whether the northern county cities will be excluded from the lawsuit. - Council Member Runels reported that the bid had not yet been awarded for the Lopez Dam Retrofit project due to some habitat concerns expressed by U.S. Fish and Wildlife. - Mayor Lady stated he had been contacted by the City of Pismo Beach Mayor to request consensus from the Council regarding sharing of Fire Department resources. Following discussion, there was Council consensus to direct staff to schedule a joint meeting with the City Councils of Arroyo Grande, Pismo Beach, Grover Beach, and the Oceano Community Services District Board of Directors to discuss interest in studying potential joint efforts for fire department services. - Mayor Pro Tem Ferrara requested full clarification on the Council's parliamentary procedure. City Manager Adams suggested bringing the issue back as an informational item and requesting direction. 13. STAFF COMMUNICATIONS None. 14. ADJOURNMENT Mayor Lady adjourned the meeting at 9:55 p.m. to the next Regular City Council meeting of January 23, 2001. CITY COUNCIL MINUTES JANUARY 9, 2001 PAGE 12 Michael A. Lady, Mayor ATTEST: Kelly Wetmore, Director of Administrative Services/ Deputy City Clerk B.d. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: LYNDA K. SNODGRASS, DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICES ~ SUBJECT: REPORT ON PROJECT DEVELOPMENT (AB-1600) FEES DATE: JANUARY 23,2001 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended that the City Council accept and file the attached report on the receipt and use of AB-1600 fees during the fiscal year ending June 30,2000. FUNDING: There is no fiscal impact from this action. DISCUSSION: Government Code Section 66000 et seq. requires local agencies to provide an accounting of fees charged for development projects. These requirements were expanded in January 1989 for AB 1600 fees and in January 1997 under SB-1693 legislation. The basic accounting and reporting responsibilities require the City to provide a detailed reporting of the development fees every five years (beginning with FY 1997-98). The City complied with this five year reporting requirements in January 1999. However, in an effort to provide ongoing financial information and disclosures, this report is provided as a yearly supplement. The City must comply with two basic requirements. First, the City must report findings on the amount collected for each fee, the use of the fees, and any unexpended portion at year-end. After the first report on collections and expenditures up to June 30, 1998, the City is required to report every five years thereafter. These findings must: 1. Identify the purpose for the fee; 2. Demonstrate a reasonable relationship between the fee and the purpose for which it was charged; 3. Identify all sources and amounts of funding anticipated to complete financing of incomplete improvements; 4. Designate the approximate dates on which these funding sources are expected to be deposited into the appropriate account or fund. When sufficient funds have been collected to complete financing or public improvements are in progress but not completed, the City has 180 days to identify an REPORT ON PROJECT DEVELOPMENT (AS1600) FEES PAGE 2 approximate date by which the construction of the public improvement will begin or be completed. The second requirement provides that the City shall establish separate capital facility accounts for each improvement funded by project development fees. Interest shall be earned and recorded in each account. The City is required to make available to the public the following information: 1. A brief description of the type of fee in the account. 2. The amount of the fee. 3. The account's beginning and ending balance. 4. The amount of fees collected and the interest earned. 5. A description of the improvements on which the funds were expended and the amount expended on each improvement including the percentage of the improvement funded with development fees. 6. An approximate date by which the construction of a public improvement will begin if the City determines that sufficient funds have been collected to complete financing on the incomplete improvement. 7. A description of each interfund transfer or loan made from the account. 8. The amount of any refunds. Attached to this staff report is the required financial information as of June 30, 2000 (Attachments A-E). The information consists of beginning and ending fund balances for each fee charged by the City, including interest earned, and details of all expenditures made from these sources. The information in the Attachments agrees with the yearly audited financial records. There are five actiive fees identified as subject AS 1600 requirements. Three of the five fees have were reported in January 1999 complying with the five-year reporting requirement. Those three fees are the Traffic Signalization Fees, the Transportation Facility Impact Fees, and the Drainage Facility Fees. The remaining two development fees were established last year and are not required to report financial activity at this time. The remaining two fees are the Fire Protection Fee and the Police Protection Fee. A one-page summary of financial activity for the two fees (Attachment E) is attached for information. The City utilized the following funds to track development related fees: . Traffic Signalization Fund (Fund 222) Ordinance 346 was adopted in May of 1986 as a mechanism for assessing fees on new developments in proportion to the amount of anticipated traffic generated by a given development. The fees were restricted for funding the construction of traffic signal systems, signing, and other traffic control devices. This development fee came under Government Code Section 66000 in January 1989, when AS-1600 fees were recognized. REPORT ON PROJECT DEVELOPMENT (AB1600) FEES PAGE 3 . Transportation Facility Impact (Fund 224) The fund was established in January 1994 to track fees paid by developers for the construction of improvements to streets throughout the City. When a project serves both new and existing development, only the portion related to new development is charged against this fund. . Drainage Facility Fund (Fund 231) This fund was established in January 1986 to track fees collected from developers to acquire and construct drainage facilities with a designated drainage zone attributable to new development. This development fee came under Government Code Section 66000 in January 1989, when AB-1600 fees were recognized. As with the Transportation Facility Impact fees, when a project serves both new and existing development, only the portion related to new development is charged against this fund. . Fire Protection Fund (Fund 210) The Impact Fee study of March 2000 instituted the Fire Protection Fee. This fee is to be used for facilities to house fire fighting personnel and equipment serving future development. This fee was required to following AB-1600 fee regulations upon implementation. . Police Protection Fund (Fund 211) The Police Protection Fund was established in March 2000 to account for monies collected from new development for the expansion of police facilities. This fee was required to following AB-1600 fee regulations upon implementation. The City utilizes fund accounting to segregate development related fees from other City revenues. Although the City pools its cash for investment purposes, interest income is allocated to each of the six funds based on their respective cash balances. Staff examined the accounts to determine if any development fees collected between January 1990 and June 30, 2000 remained unexpended. It was determined that all Transportation Facility Impact fees and Drainage Facility Fees have been expended within the time period. However, sufficient funds have been accumulated in the Traffic Signalization Fund for two traffic signals. The Capital Improvement Program has included $325,000 for the construction of a traffic signal at Fair Oaks and Valley Road and the replacement of a signal at Grand Avenue and Halcyon Road. Therefore, no additional findings are required. The remaining two funds, the Fire Protection fund and Police Protection fund, have been in existence for less than five years and are not required to be expended. Staff Report: AB-1600Status Report 99-00.Rpt.doc REPORT ON PROJECT DEVELOPMENT (AB1600) FEES PAGE 4 The attachments to this report are as follows: . Attachment A - Traffic Signalization Fund history for a ten year period from Fiscal Year 1990-91 through Fiscal Year 1999-00. . Attachment B - Seven year history for Fiscal Year 1993-94 through Fiscal Year 1999-00 for the Transportation Facility Impact Fund. . Attachment C - The Drainage Facility Fund history for a ten year period from Fiscal Year 1990-91 through Fiscal Year 1999-00. . Attachment D - This schedule, which is not required by the Government Code, summarizes the fees received and expended for the three funds since either the inception of the fund or the date AB-1600 became effective, January 1, 1989. This schedule demonstrates that the City is actively using the fees collected for the intended purposes. . Attachment E - The revenues, expenditures, and changes in fund balance for the two development fee funds not required to report findings this fiscal year. AL TERNA TIVES: The following alternatives are provided for City Council consideration: - Approve staff recommendation; - Deny staff recommendation; - Modify staff recommendation and approve; - Provide direction to staff. Staff Report: AB-1600Status Report 99-00.Rpt.doc ~ * ~ I z 00 C") 0) N N...-...- U) " 10 ...-...- ~ ...- ~ N" 0 0 C") "...- ~ U) C")~IO C") ~ ~.a 10.". 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SUBJECT: IN-LIEU FEE FOR OFF-STREET PARKING ADJUSTMENT DATE: JANUARY 23,2001 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended the City Council adopt the attached Resolution approving an adjustment to the in-lieu fees for off-street parking in the Parking and Business Improvement area of the Village. FUNDING: The adoption of the attached Resolution is not expected to materially affect the revenues received in the Downtown Parking Fund. DISCUSSION: Ordinance 489 C.S. established the option of payment of an in-lieu fee for off- street parking spaces in the Parking and Business Improvement Area of the Village. The Ordinance further specified that the in-lieu fee shall be adjusted each December 31st according to the corresponding annual increase or decrease in the Engineering News Record Construction Cost Index (ENR). The calculation has been completed for the December 31, 2000 adjustment. Pursuant to Ordinance No. 489 an adjustment is warranted. The calculation shown below provides documentation that a 2.55% increase in the ENR warrants an increase in the in-lieu fees to $3,758 from $3.665. Overall Index ENR Index ENR at December 2000 6283 ENR at December 1999 6127 Change 156 Percent Increase 156/6127 = 2.55% Warranted Chanae in Fee Current Fee $3.665 2.55% Increase 93 Updated Fee $3.758 Financial Svcs: Finance Issues: Parking In-Lieu RESOLUTION NO. - A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE SETTING FORTH THE AMOUNT OF THE IN-LIEU FEE FOR OFF-STREET PARKING IN THE PARKING AND BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREA OF THE VILLAGE WHEREAS, the City Council adopted Ordinance 489 C.S. establishing the option of payment of an in-lieu fee for off-street parking spaces in the Parking and Business Improvement Area of the Village (hereinafter referred to as. the "Village Improvement Area") and provides for the setting of in-lieu fee amounts by resolution of the City Council; and WHEREAS, the City has conducted a study which estimates the cost of off-street parking improvements in the Village Improvement Area; and WHEREAS, the City Council may, by resolution, establish fees pursuant to the above referenced Ordinance. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande hereby adopts the fee set forth in Exhibit "A" attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference as though set forth in full. This Resolution shall take effect sixty (60) days after its adoption per Government Code Section 66017. On motion of Council Member , seconded by Council Member , and on the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: NOES: ABSENT: the foregoing Resolution was passed and adopted this day of ,2001. RESOLUTION NO. PAGE 2 MICHAEL A. LADY, MAYOR ATTEST: KELLY WETMORE, DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICESI DEPUTY CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO CONTENT: ~~~ STEVEN ADAMS, CITY ftifANAGER APPROVED AS TO FORM: TIMOTHY J. CARMEL, CITY ATTORNEY 8.f. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: LYNDA K. SNODGRASS, DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICE~ SUBJECT: ANNUAL ADJUSTMENT OF IMPACT FEES DATE: JANUARY 23,2001 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended the City Council adopt the attached Resolution approving an adjustment to the City's Impact Fees. FUNDING: The adoption of the attached Resolution will increase the Impact Fees charged for new development projects in 2001. The revenue generated from this increase is dependent on the amount of new development in the community during the coming year. DISCUSSION: In order that Impact Fees remain current with inflation, Section 3-2.604 of the Arroyo Grande Municipal Code states that the fees shall be adopted by resolution and shall be adjusted each January by the Engineering News Record Construction Cost Index. The calculation specified in Section 3-2.604 adjusts the fees as follows: Factor = 1 + (Current Index) -(Index at Date of Adoption of Ordinance) (Index at Date of Adoption of Ordinance) The calculation is as follows: 1.0496 = 1 + 6283 - 5986 5986 The 1.0496 factor is multiplied by the adopted March 2000 Impact Fees shown on the next page. ANNUAL ADJUSTMENT OF IMPACT FEES Page 2 ImDact Fees AdoDted in March 2000 Dev. Fire Police Community Park Traffic Total Development Type Units Protection Facilities Center Improvemt Signals Fees Agricultural Acre $ - $ 89 $ - $ - $ 89 Residential-Estate DU 2,886 24 89 1,529 509 5,036 Resi denti al-HiIIsi de/Rural DU 1,154 24 89 1,529 424 3,220 Residential-Suburban DU 462 24 89 1,529 424 2,527 Resi dential-Singl e-F amilyNillage DU 231 56 89 1,529 424 2,328 Residential-Planned Development DU 381 78 89 1,529 424 2,501 Residential-M ulti-F amily DU 104 127 63 1,092 297 1,684 Commercial-General Acre 1,154 4,155 20,800 26,109 Commercial-Village Acre 1,154 2,434 20,800 24,389 Commercial-Highway Acre 1,154 2,304 13,584 17,042 Office-Professional Acre 1,154 119 9,169 10,442 Indusbial-Ught Manufacturing Acre 1,154 66 5,094 6,314 The attached resolution, which details the amount of each Impact Fee separately, is combined into the following table. UPDATED FEES - JANUARY 2001 Dev. Fire Police Community Park Traffic Total Development Type Units Protection Facilities Center Improvemt Si gnals Fees Agricultural Acre $ - $ - $ 93 $ - $ - $ 93 Resi dential-Estate DU 3,029 25 93 1,605 535 5,287 Resi dential-HiIIside/Rural DU 1,212 25 93 1,605 446 3,380 Residential-Suburban DU 485 25 93 1,605 446 2,653 Resi dential-Single-FamilyNillage DU 242 59 93 1,605 446 2,444 Residential-Planned Developmen DU 400 82 93 1,605 446 2,625 Resi dential-Multi-Family DU 109 134 66 1,146 312 1,767 Commercial-General Acre 1,212 4,361 - 21,832 27,404 Commercial-Village Acre 1,212 2,555 - 21,832 25,599 Commercial-Highway Acre 1,212 2,417 - 14,258 17,887 Office-Professional Acre 1,212 125 - 9,624 10,961 Industrial-Ught Manufacturing Acre 1,212 69 - 5,347 6,627 The increase per fee ranges from $4 for Agricultural Development to $1,295 for General Commercial Development. Based on the above calculations, staff recommends that the Impact Fees, established by Resolution 3438, be adjusted. AL TERNA TIVES: The following alternatives are provided for City Council consideration: - Approve staff recommendation; - Deny staff recommendation; - Modify staff recommendation and approve; - Provide direction to staff. RESOLUTION NO. - A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE ESTABLISHING DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEE AMOUNTS WHEREAS, the City Council adopted Ordinance 515 C.S. establishing Development Impact Fees for Fire Protection, Police Facilities, Community Centers, and Park Improvements; and WHEREAS, the City Council adopted Ordinance 461 C.S. establishing Traffic Mitigation Impact Fees for all new development; and WHEREAS, the City Council adopted Ordinance 346 C.S. establishing Traffic Signalization Development Fees for construction of traffic signals as a result of additional vehicular traffic generated by new and additional residential, commercial, and industrial development within the City; and WHEREAS, the City Council may by resolution establish fees pursuant to the above referenced Ordinances; NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande hereby adopts the fees set forth in Exhibit "A" attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference as though set forth in full. This Resolution shall take effect sixty (60) days after its adoption per Government Code Section 66017. On motion of Council Member , seconded by Council Member , and on the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: NOES: ABSENT: the foregoing Resolution was passed and adopted this day of ,2001. RESOLUTION NO. PAGE 2 MICHAEL A. LADY, MAYOR ATTEST: KELLY WETMORE, DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICESI DEPUTY CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO CONTENT: ,~~) STE EN ADAMS, CITY MANAGER APPROVED AS TO FORM: TIMOTHY J. CARMEL, CITY ATTORNEY EXHIBIT "Au Definitions: Development Tvpes -Residential and commercial development divided into sub- categories. Units of Development - A standard measure of the cost to provide services. The acre is the fundamental unit measure, which is divided into a smaller component, the dwelling unit (DU). Asset Cost Per Acre - The calculated cost to provide additional services/facilities to new development. Calls Per Unit - The number of yearly additional police calls generated by new development. Facility Cost Per Call - The cost per call to expand current police facilities to accommodate new development. Persons Per Unit - The number of persons expected to reside in the unit of development. Costs Per Capita - The cost of new or additions to the current community center, on a per person basis, to maintain the current level of service of recreation facilities. Impact Fee Per Unit - The fee to be levied per unit of development in order to recover future cost of new or expanded facilities. (a) Fire Protection Fees: Impact Fees Der Unit of DeveloDment-Fire Protection Development Units of Acres Asset Cost Impact Fee Type Development Per Unit Per Acre Per Unit Residential-Estate Acre 2.50 $1,211.67 $3,029.17 Residential-Hillside/Rural DU 1.00 1,211.67 1,211.67 Residential-Suburban DU 0.40 1,211.67 484.67 Residential-Single-F amilyNillage DU 0.20 1,211.67 242.33 Residential-Planned Developmen DU 0.33 1,211.67 399.85 Residential-Multi-F amily DU 0.09 1,211.67 109.05 Commercial-General Acre 1.00 1,211.67 1,211.67 Commercial-Village Acre 1.00 1,211.67 1,211.67 Commercial-Highway Acre 1.00 1,211.67 1,211.67 Office-Proffessional Acre 1.00 1,211.67 1,211.67 Industrial-Light Manufacturing Acre 1.00 1,211.67 1,211.67 (b) Police Facility Fees: Impact Fees per Unit of Develo ment-Police Facility Fees Development Units of Calls Facility Cost Impact Fee Type Development Per Unit Per Call Per Unit Residential-Estate DU 0.25 $ 101.15 $ 25.29 Residential-Hillside/Rural DU 0.25 101.15 25.29 Residential-Suburban DU 0.25 101.15 25.29 Residential-Single-F amilyNillage DU 0.58 101.15 58.67 Residential-Planned Developmen DU 0.81 101.15 81.93 Residential-Multi-F amily DU 1.32 101.15 133.52 Commercial-General DU 43.11 101.15 4,360.57 Commercial-Village Acre 25.26 101.15 2,555.05 Commercial-Highway Acre 23.90 101.15 2,417.48 Office-Proffessional Acre 1.24 101.15 125.43 Industrial-Light Manufacturing Acre 0.68 101.15 68.78 (c) Community Center Fees: Impact Fees per Unit of Develo pment-Community Centers Development Units of Persons Costs Per Impact Fee Type Development Per Unit Capita Per Unit Agricultural Acre 2.80 $ 33.21 $ 92.99 Residential-Estate DU 2.80 33.21 92.99 Residential-Hillside/Rural DU 2.80 33.21 92.99 Residential-Suburban DU 2.80 33.21 92.99 Residential-Single-F amilyNillage DU 2.80 33.21 92.99 Residential-Planned Developmen DU 2.80 33.21 92.99 Residential-Multi-F amily DU 2.00 33.21 66.42 (d) Park Improvement Fees: Impact Fees per Unit of Development-Park Improvement Fees Development Units of Persons Cost Per Impact Fee Type Development Per Unit Capita Per Unit Residential-Estate DU 2.80 $ 573.08 $ 1,604.63 Residential-Hillside/Rural DU 2.80 573.08 1,604.63 Residential-Suburban DU 2.80 573.08 1,604.63 Residential-Single-FamilyNillage DU 2.80 573.08 1,604.63 Residential-Planned Developmen DU 2.80 573.08 1,604.63 Residential-Multi-F amily DU 2.00 573.08 1,146.16 (e) Traffic Signalization Fee: Impact Fees per Unit of Development-Traffic Sienals Development Units of Pk Hr. Trips Cost Per Impact Fee Type Development Per Unit Pk Hr. Trip Per Unit Residential-Estate DU 1.20 $ 445.56 $ 534.67 Residential-Hillside/Rural DU 1.00 445.56 445.56 Residential-Suburban DU 1.00 445.56 445.56 Residential-Single-F amilyNillage DU 1.00 445.56 445.56 Residential-Planned Developmen DU 1.00 445.56 445.56 Residential-Multi-Family DU 0.70 445.56 311.89 Commercial-General DU 49.00 445.56 21,832.20 Commercial-Village Acre 49.00 445.56 21,832.20 Commercial-Highway Acre 32.00 445.56 14,257.77 Office-Proffessional Acre 21.60 445.56 9,623.99 Industrial-Light Manufacturing Acre 12.00 445.56 5,346.66 8.g. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: STEVEN ADAMS, CITY MANAGER#- SUBJECT: COUNCIL APPOINTMENTS TO VARIOUS BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS DATE: JANUARY 23, 2001 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended the Council: 1. Approve the appointments to various Boards and Commissions pursuant to the attached lists; and 2. Approve the recommendation of Council Member Jim Dickens to appoint Tim Brown to the Planning Commission, replacing Martin London. FUNDING: There is no fiscal impact. RECOMMENDATION: On January 14, 1997, the City Council adopted Ordinance No. 481 C.S. amending the composition of applicable Commissions and Boards from seven to five members and adopted Resolution No. 3192 establishing Council policy as it relates to the appointment procedure to various Commissions and Boards. The Ordinance states that the Mayor and each respective member of the Council shall appoint a representative to the various Commissions and Boards subject to the approval by a majority of the Council. All Commission and Board members serve at the pleasure of the Council. Council Members have solicited applicants to serve on the various Commissions and Boards. The recommended appointments of each respective Council Member are attached. Although not required under the Ordinance or Resolution, the applicants have submitted Reservoir of Citizens to Serve forms. In addition, Council Member Dickens' current appointment to the Planning Commission, Martin London, has submitted his resignation. Therefore, Council Member Dickens is recommending the Council approve the appointment of Tim Brown to the Planning Commission, replacing Mr. London. MAYOR LADY RECOMMENDED APPOINTMENTS . PLANNING COMMISSION JIM GUTHRIE . TRAFFIC COMMISSION KIRK SCOTT . PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION - PENDING - . SENIOR ADVISORY COMMISSION MARILYNN FAIRBANKS . DOWNTOWN PARKING ADVISORY BOARD MARK CLARK . ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW COMMITTEE CHET KIELAN CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE RESERVOIR OF CITIZENS TO SERVE ,/ Planning Commission RECEIVED ,._ Parks and Recreation Commission Y ,...... ^RROYO r," '!.fl- - C iT li r , .), \...., " Traffic Commission , .. Yea:-> Lived in Arroyo Grande I 'It'" q mo~ _ Senior Advisory Commission 00 OcC - () AI-! 8. 48 RegIstered Voter of Arroyo Grande _ Special Committees (Architectural Review, etc.) Yes-L- No_ NAME -.SA MG 5 R. G u th\'""i~ HOME ADDRESS 51y 5 +Q. r Il',3 h t La YI e.. PHONE ~ 7 ~ - B <-/ 15 PRESENT PRESENT EMPLOYER ..5r'1<1 Ictb5 1 V\ V\ POSITION GenerA I ~(( 'i e,.y- OFFICE BUSINESS ADDRESS .;t '7 0 ~C:; 5p4qla5~ Dr-I've P. 5. TELEPHONE 7'13~LJ855 EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND High sChoOI--L4uJA L T CollegeUtS At-.! T A "BA R B~ ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION ~~+;+I~J Jk~1 Ad vn; t1'15+va.. fion (C./iA) COMMUNITY AND CIVIC INTERESTS E (' nlJOm Ie. De. ve-/Q /J;n e.n t , A P-Po yo d /J h / e. iI-ou~/n1 J..on1 t<an9~ jJ /4I1n/nJ The City Council would like to have the names of three (3) Arroyo Grande References: NAME ADDRESS 1. M ~ l<.e.. LAb,! 730 Oak L e.4 f 6'~G(~ 2. JA~ Sc.o+-t 520 \/,"0.. Vaq,uevo 3. }JAfJe.~ ?ARKe.v- /I;J. 7 Va. Y'd Loomi s ARE YOU WILLING TO SERVE ON THE COMMISSION/COMMITTEE MEETING TIMES SHOWN BELOW: Yes / No - Yes - No - Yes - No - Yes - No - Yes - No - Date /OJ. ~ 0(0 - 00 The Arr Grande ity Council requests information about your interest (and education, if applicable), in serving on a com ssion or committee, specifically your comments and views relative to the role and responsibilities of the Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Commission, Traffic Commission, Senior Advisory Commission, or a Special Committee. Please note such information on the reverse side of this form. Thank you for your interest. THIS FORM IS A MATTER OF PUBLIC RECORD IF APPOINTED. COMPLETION OF A STATE CONFLICT OF INTEREST FORM IS REQUIRED (11/02/98) .. CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE RESERVOIR OF CmZENS TO SERVE . . . R;:CEi'JED - Plannrng CommIssIon " ~." 0= APDO"O G~ ~"O':" -? ~Parks and Recreation Commissiorl I i 1 .\h' { ,\.'\1..... Years Uved in Arroyo Grande ,<., -L Traffic Commission a" JII! ? Q f ~ i C:: t:; I Registered Voter of Arroyo Grande _Senior Advisory Commission )0 (,,1:.. ,"-v ~;:.I -' v Yes...x... No_ _ Special Committees O.e. Teen Advisory, Architectural Advisory, etc.) NAME }//tff' S"'Co7T HOME ADDRESS Scl. () V/J1 VA OVEJ( 0 A. C. PHONE' L/J::> /- 4#.:?S- PRESENT ~ PRESENT EMPLOYER 'L'TI /f,f,.t> POSITION OFFICE BUSINESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND High School "c.4IR/J~lhvr /TIt 11- PI} Y?'l))/ 011/0 CollegeBA. -011/0 ..5T/Jre M/V€tfSJ7 Y ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION LfC~AlJE LJ I6/fL CS'/A'/c g"fa)!lj - 5r~7E tJr C~L/~. COMMUNITY AND CIVIC INTERESTS The City Council would like to have the names of three (3) Arroyo Grande References: NAME ADDRESS 1. VEL .4/1/IJEY /99 t//I/ 3/lA/~()L.~'<O /l.&. 2. 'nNY ~EIf,f/Jt<1J 7S'l VIIJ $1)A/.odLE~lJ 4,C. 3. /tJ11 r/JLGL~T /O/S 1'J~,ffJ()/JI J,//J Y Il,c. ARE YOU WILLING TO SERVE ON THE COMMISSION MEETING TIMES SHOWN BELOW: Planning Commission, Rrst and Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.rn. Yes--.: No_ Parks and Recreation Commission, Third Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. · Yes v No_ Traffic Commission, Monday Previous to third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes_ No_ Senior Advisory Commission, Rm Wednesday of each month, 7:00 p.rn. Yes_ No_ Special Committee (I.e. Teen Advisory, Architectural Advisory, etc.), Various meeting times and dates . Yes_ No_ Sl9naW~ .~ / &- Doi. p;/9? The Arroyo Grande City Council requests information about your interest, (and education, if applicable) in ~erving on a commission. specifically your comments and views relative to the role and responsibilities of the Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Commission, Traffic Commission, Senior Advisory Commission or a Special Committee. Please note such information on the reverse side of this form. Thank you ~or your interest. THIS FORM IS A MATTER OF PUBLIC RECORD IF APPOINTED. COMPLETION OF A STATE CONFLICT OF INTEREST FORM IS REQUIRED (011Z?1i17) , " CITY OF ARROYO GRANDe . RESERVOIR OF CITIZENS TO SERVE _ Planning Commission RECEIVED Years lived in Arroyo Grande 7 ~. Parks and Recreation Commission CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE - Traffic Commission Registered Voter of Arroyo Grande ~ Senior Advisory Commission 97 FE8 21 PH L1: 44 YeS---A- No_ _ Special Committees ~.e. Teen Advisory, Architectural Advisory, etc.) NAME 'pJtU.~~4;ff~ ~AU-~~j . HOME ADDRESS, '6 cf ( ~ / -tJ/1 ' . PHONE Ift?,- .z;;L~~ PRESENT . ____ ~~ PRESENT ._ EMPLOYER POSITION OFFICE BUSINESS ADDRESS TREPHONE EDUCATION.A.L 8.4,CKGROIJND .. H!gh School ~1~ 'U-,~.~ College . ..--.....--........--...--.- ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL INFORMATiON COMMUNITY AND CIVIC INTERESTS ~,/11~ a. f ~ II-'^r' ~~ ' . . ' (1=" ~~__~"~. (a~~'f%~) S~~. ~~~ '. B~:teV ~ i~ ~ c9~ - rr~~"~ The City Council would like to have the names of three (3) Arroyo Grande References: NAME ADDRESS 1. '1(av,' ~ 1~7 G~A'r ~ - tC-tf';, f)-~ rr- ~ . f/ 2. f ",(" :OZ:~~_ a4 3. B ~ ~ .~t( t1~ . ARE YOU WILLING TO SERVE ON THE COMMISSION MEETING TIMES SHOWN BELOW:" . Planning Commission. First and Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.rn. Yes_ No Parks and Recreation Commission. Third Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes No_ Traffic Commission, Monday Previous to Third Tuesday of each month; 7:30 p.rn. Yes_ No_ Senior Advisory Commission, First Wednesday of each month. 7:00 p:rn. Yes~ No_ Special Committee (Le. Teen Advisory, Architectural Advisory, etc.), Various meeting times and ,dates Yes_ No_ S'gna'... ~~~ ~~ Date r20 ~;f- 91 . The Arroyo Grande City Council requests information about your interest. (and education, if applic:able) in serving an a commission, specifically your comments and views relative to the role and responsibilities of the Planning CommiSsion, ?a.rl<:s and Recreation Commission, Traffic Commission. Senior Advisory Commission or a Spedal Committee. ,P!easa note such irtfarmatioo <m the reveese side of this form. Thank you for your interest. , THIS FORM IS A MATTER OF PUBLIC RECORD IF AP~OINTED. COMPLETION OF A ~TATE CONFUCT OF INTEREST FORM IS REQUIRED ~ .- CI T Y '0 F ARROYO G RAN D E RESERVOIR OF CITIZENS TO SERVE _Parks and Recreation Commission Driver's License No.NS/~ 7-Y/K' _Planning Commission Years Lived in Arroyo Grande .3 ~Parking and Traffic Commission Registered Voter of Arroyo Grande YES - NO V- _Special Committee ITHIS FORM IS A MATTER OF PUBLIC RECORD,I 9; Mrs. ; Miss ,/'1;?A"~k C..;t' A A' /(" (Pl~ase circle one) RESIDENCE HOME ADDIlESS3~A'J .s~AN~"""N -LA-vE. /!1A'A'~vo c::;.~.AI'''N?~ ~A PHONE ~r/- YC1 .y.y MARITAL STA1US ~A~~/E,e1 NUMBER OF CHILDREN .:2. PRESENT PRESENT EMPLOYER.r"~~r - ~A;I('K CL~.;t'k C~.K POSITION 6J A-'...v G At' - C ~.,ri? ; OFFICE BUSINESS , ADDRESS 3/2. ~.#.J''7 .-d~NNCH ' -9tf'/- '1-' 9P '7 0 TELEPHONE , ,d~""'art1 6-,,<;P,y,~ CA EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND High Schoo~.oCIr CcL~"_f College C/NofY, o,c- c/'l, -L?.K';I(IK"<!F.4~V CoL~~"".A:1 ADDITIONAL ED. 'L. INFO Are you aware that you may be required to fill out a -L CONFLICT OF INTEREST Form. YES_ NO EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE (If Applicable) Do you represent any special group? YES_ NO V If so, plesse. give name of grou~. COMMUNITY AND CIVIC INTERESTS lhe City Council would like to have the Name of three Arroyo Grande References: NAME ADDRESS 1. . f;.-. .<',Lu~ - /'/..4..:7",.. ( ~o.3 .Lf'". .D'A""",H ,4.. "4Y., e:;A4_4, ~ ,. ;4 2. .t!5'e~'~~ ?o',.nA6- d.t1, "''''JI/.-J /",11{ AI, A-"JI",,"""'" A;lA..~ 6AAA/"'''''' ___.J, 3. :70_ ..q 0 IV"" oS - ?'A..v '1 A..,ra ~AA7J /t? '7 Al'E.lJD_. .,4..,.,('.,1/"" ~"'''-N4'''' ~, WOULD YOU BE WUUNG TO SERVE ON THE COMr-I1SSION MEETING NIGHTS SIJJWN BELOW: PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION MEETINGS, 2nd Wed. of Ea. Month YES - NO - PLANNING COMMISSION MEETINGS, 1st 7 3rd Tues. of Ea. Month YES NO - PARKING & TRAFFIC COMMISSION HEETINGS, Monthly Meetings YES L NO - SPECIAL CO}tMITTEE, Various YES NO SIGNAWRE~~ ~/ DATE 9-..2.3- a''/ The Arroyo Grande Council n~eds some information about your interest", (and education. if applicable) ill serving on a Commission, specifically your cooments and views relative to the role and responsibilities of the Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Commission, the Parking and Traffic Commission or a Special Committee. Please note such information on the r~vers ~ 9 ide 0 f this form. CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE RESERVOIR OF CrnZENS TO SERVE _ Planning Commission f~::CEI\1;::Q - Parks and Recreation Commission CiT\' OF J\RRO'{O G:\t.:!05: Years Uved in Arroyo Grande 12 Traffic Commission C'-' III' ':: f' F1 ? ~ 1 ' Registered Voter of Arroyo Grande _ Senior Advisory Commission "/'0 -..,;,.'L v U I L.,.. V I Yesx-- No_ ~ Special Committees ~.e. Teen Advisory, Architectural Advisory, etc.) NAME Chet Kielan HOME ADDRESS ~74 Pin~ st. Arroyo Grande,CA . PHONE 805-481-5013 PRESENT PRESENT EMPLOYER Self POSITION. Architect/Principal OFFICE BUSINESS ADDRESS Same as nhove TELEPHONE Snme nS nhove EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND Lawrence Institute of Technologr Detroit Mi. High School Hazel-. Park High School CollegeKenyon Co lege, Gambier Hazelgark Mi. Ohio. Univ.Of Mich.Ann ADDITIONAL EDUCATI NAL INFORMATION ~rbor Mi. Calif.State t}ni V! , F1;"~sno, Calif. Bachelor of Arts/Architecture Bachelor of ~cience/Engineering, Gradunte studies in Art and Design COMMUNITY AND CIVIC INTERESTS Rotary Club of Arroyo Grande, YMCA Advisory Board. Architectural Advisory BOnrn for ~lnrk ThPnter for the pprforming ~rt~ ~re~.& Accepted Mn~on~ Of ~nlif ,Shrinpr~ of ('nlif..~mpril"'(;In Tn~titlltl? of Architects., RAMS (Retired Active Men. The City Council would like to have the names of three (3) Arroyo Grande References: NAME ADDRESS 1. 2. 3. None at this time ARE YOU WILLING TO SERVE ON THE COMMISSION MEETING TIMES SHOWN BELOW: . Planning Commission, First and Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p,rn. Yes_ No_ Parks and Recreation Commission, Third Wednesday of each month. 6:00 p.m. : Yes_ No_ Traffic Commission, Monday Previous to Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes_ No_ Senior Advisory Commission, First Wednesday of each month, 7:00 p.rn. Yes_ No_ Special Committee ~.e. Teen Advisory, Architectural Advisory, etc.),Various Yes~ meeting times an es No_ Signature .... Date July 29,1998 The Arroyo Grande C' , Council requests Information about your interest, (and education. If applicable) in serving on a commission, specifically your comments and views relative to the role and responsibilities of the Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Commission, Traffic Commission. Senior Advisory Commission or a Special Committee. Please note such information on the reverse side of this form. Thank you for your interest. THIS FORM IS A MATTER OF PUBLIC RECORD IF APPOINTED. COMPLETION OF A STATE CONFLICT OF INTEREST FORM IS REQUIRED (01!Z?/37) COUNCIL MEMBER RUNELS RECOMMENDED APPOINTMENTS . PLANNING COMMISSION JOHN KEEN . TRAFFIC COMMISSION DERRIL PILKINGTON . PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION ROBERT BROWN . SENIOR ADVISORY COMMISSION HERMAN E. OLA VE . DOWNTOWN PARKING ADVISORY BOARD J. IRA HUGHES . ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW COMMITTEE JAMIE OHLER " CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE . RESERVOIR OF cmZENS TO SERVE ~ Planning Commission RECEIVED _ Parks and Recreation Commission CITY OF ARROYO GR.1JW!rears lived in Arroyo Grande J...J.. _ Traffic Commission Registered Voter 01 Arroyo Grande _ Senior Advisory Commission 97 FEB 25. f~i'i II: 35 YesL No _ Special Committees (Le. Teen Advisory, Architectural Advisory, etc.) - NAME t JOhh C, Ke e f\ . HOME ADDRESS 'A'1g f)OJ-f). E:/;..... PHONE Jjg/- 05'7tJ PRESENT L /. J I< r% +. PRESENT EMPLOYER ef' LVi' ~iih . c: fc. Y/( POSmON OFFiCE tJ' /" ' ~ BUSINESS, /oC' ~ /1// ADDRESS / /5/ l4~ TELEPHONE 7;{ 7 - '7" b EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND .. High School ;r;c'.)/'71~^tf }/5 J(,c.AmonJ /I1J,ij~ College If) '___".'___ ADDITIONAL EDUCATiONAL INFORMATION COMMUNITY AND CiVIC INTERESTS /Zfl~~ ~ ~ r ~ &t4tJitfJ ."dw~ J tf The City Council would like to have the names of three (3) Arroyo Grande References: NAME . ADDRESS 1. 2. 3. ARE YOU WILLING TO SERVE ON THE COMMISSION MEETING TIMES SHOWN BELOW: Planning Commission. First and Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30. p.rn. Yes-X-- No_ Parks and Recreation Commission, Third Wednesday of each month, 6:00. p.rn. Yes_ No_ Traffic Commission, Monday Previous to Third Tuesday of each month; 7:30. p.rn. Yes_ No_ Senior Advisory Commission, First Wednesday of each month, 7:00. p.rn. Yes_ No_ Special Committee (Le. Teen Advisory, Architectural Advisory, etc.). Various meeting times and dates Yes_ No_ S'gnatu'" .:;:/~ ~ o.t. :1. -;((- 'i'1 The Arroyo Grande City Council requests inforIT'.ation about your interest, (and education, if applicable) in serving on a commission, specifically your comments and views relative to the role and responsibilities of the Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Commission. Traffic Commission, Senior Advisory Commission or a Special Committee. Pleasa note such imonr.ation on the reverse side of this form. Thank you for your interest. - THIS FORM IS A MATTER OF PUBUC RECORD IF APPOINTED. COMPLETION OF A STATE CONFUCT OF INTEREST FORM IS REQUIRED CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE RESERVOIR OF CITIZENS TO SERVE _ Planning Commission Years Uved in ArroyoGrande / ~ 77- Parks and Recreation Commission ~affic Commission Registered Voter of Arroyo Grande' _ Senior Advisory Commission Yes.0o_ _ Special Committees (i.e. Teen Advisory, Architectural Advisory, etc.) NAME ])eI'I?J). E 17&/;;0-/6>> / HOME ADDRESS 933 JII-)/j)1J1 tv 0 0.0 !4l/e PHONE Y' Rf"-. 7 J- V 7. PRESENT R-(2-t: PRESENT EMPLOYER POSITION OFFICE BUSINESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND High School '1-@~ College , YD ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION COMMUNITY AND CIVIC INTERESTS {)~/e' !~r>D J,b (r--r (]~I' I( K11'h #1< f) ~(>#t;'/ r:D1? 1) The City Council would like to have the names of three (3) Arroyo Grande References: NAME ADDRESS 1. Dj4-ILr/~ ;%(1) 2, J~rF~tl/ , . 3, /(, (~ tM-1J (I( 1)(>> fa j? !) ARE YOU WILLING TO SERVE ON THE COMMISSION MEETING TIMES SHOWN BELOW: Planning Commission, First and Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes - No Parks and Recreation Commission, Third Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes_ . No_ Traffic Commission, Monday Previous to Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes V No_ Senior Advisory Commission, First Wednesday of each month, 7:00 p.m. Yes - No - Special Committee (i.e. Teen Advisory, Architectural Advisory, etc.), Various meeting times and dates Yes - No - Signature ('~L~ ~/iflA/~ Date /6 ;(dfl/ The Arroyo Grande City Council requests information about your interest, (and education, if applicable) in serving on a commission, specifically your comments and views relative to the role and responsibilities of the Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Commission, Traffic Commission, Senior Advisory Commission or a Special Committee. Please note such information on the reverse side of this farm. Thank you for your interest. THIS FORM IS A MATTER OF PUBLIC RECORD IF APPOINTED. COMPLETION OF A STATE CONFLICT OF INTEREST FORM IS REQUIRED (0112397) CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE RESERVOIR OF CITIZENS TO SERVE _ Planning Commission ....K- Parks and Recreation Commission Years Lived in Arroyo Grande I ,-} Traffic Commission _ Senior Advisory Commission Registered Voter of Arroyo Grande _ Special Committees (Architectural Review, etc.) Yes~ No._ NAME RD b ev I /\ 1~,OL.AJY1 HOME ADDRESS bJ 7 rPTT-O \.Ie 'S7 cL c/! -vc/ y:> PHONE '-f>J9 - <?f:~() PRESENT R i? I I ~ p d, PRESENT EMPLOYER POSITION OFFICE BUSINESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND High School 13/oo'"YY1 \-=, rOd HI?~. l~jdC!?11~'P ( c-\ College r<'..;"9 'f"r 'j U,Yl; Ii i.J~ i.U'?;'I k, IU. ,J ,UtJ"; iC(4':2.. ,~ S ~} ;y'fq ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION " ., .r . 011 i V. v\ 'So. re Ii ~o '-/' ~ .,.C<...., f1z-s i ('..J.1-.:s I f3:.;~; ')1 ~ ~) If.. d '/11/.'YJ r ( cr 5' 1. COMMUNITY AND CIVIC INTERESTS ~ oL'1 fC(,? S- - ") ,Q<(8 'J ' ~j f2 Pc '?'+J~ f/c,'-Y) CO 'Tn-mJ ~s /o'YJ c.r~ F p~ ' y 2.,-{ I::~ (e t' (' <\ ) Prr ,J"l.,V 1<-, "'" J V0c.... 0 >2 f'{ iv\ D I)' Q c f'"iY, J {J ~ ID JJY F ~'I-Y O~ k~ Auf'. 'cd J{ "-'vi... t "tv 1\ I'Ic'(CJ c.~~ L:, C -,,-4..C k The City Council would like to have the names of three (3) Arroyo Grande References: NAME ADDRESS r . . H?-'j f6Lj {,U-,{ '}1ut st, A -rrcyO (,~~Yl 4 1. . , fJ,.. y}ir ..p ) 2. (2c/h "r-/ f J3 ;2 Y'" &-:z -of c, C,V;1sk ,;y,1 tern &2 ( CP y-y-c) UiS ,..4.. li-yd~.1t ,-(t-'fcr 6>~L I 3. D<.Ju<'-f P -I) ")1' (,')'1 f!. c. is.:/'. 5~-o ^ ..."....,.7./ fo C""c Yl d or ARE YOU WILLING TO SERVE ON THE COMMISSION/COMMITTEE MEETING TIMES SHOWN BELOW: Planning Commission, First and Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes - No - Parks and Recreation Commission, Second Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes..i:...- No_ Traffic Commission, Monday Previous to Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes - No - Senior Advisory Commission, First Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes - No - Special Committee (Le. Architectural Review Committee, etc.), Various meeting times and dates Yes~ No_ Signature 44u&,-vJ-- a r I~<-'V-h Date -9..... i'-Y1 . { ~ , 2- co l / The Arroyo Grande City Council requests infonnation about your interest (and education, if applicable), in seNing on a commission or committee, specifically your comments and views relative to the role and responsibilities of the Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Commission, Traffic Commission, Senior Advisory Commission, or a Special Committee. Please note such infonnation on the reverse side of this fonn. Thank you for your interest. THIS FORM IS A MATTER OF PUBLIC RECORD IF APPOINTED. COMPLETION OF A STATE CONFLICT OF INTEREST FORM IS REQUIRED (11/02/98) CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE RESERVOIR OF CITIZENS TO SERVE _ Planning Commission Years Uved in Arroyo Grande /0 ~ - Parks and Recreation Commission - Traffic Commission Registered Voter of Arroyo Gran", _ Senior Advisory Commission Yes No_ _ Special Committees (Le. T~en Advisory, Architectural Advisory, etc.) NAME ;lEI(~11l}lY ~ OL4t/E HOME ADDRESS ;;2..]. 2. w t!..HE R.RY 4//* A-G PHONE '/73 -: 2//5 PRESENT _ ~RESENT eat:6 JDE/'I EMPLOYER (l.ETIREf) .... HARVEST BAG tJDLEH(E~ OSITION OFFICE BUSINESS tJ'89- LfZ23 ADDRESS TELEPHONE EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND High School WATSON VJ LL ~ College OQ c; - IYJ/SSI5 S t'p?/ 5 TATE ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION GQ A ()lJ RTF Q. D ')11 '>>1 t\ oN D A I'i J') GENERAL ..s.TAt:F eo//PG-E 0RMV) f}f EM ~Efl - RDf)J S() /2.\/ (l C) U/'/(!J L rllH.l VD Q H 111- oEfT 0 P AGIIi,~ , COMMUNITY AND CIVIC INTERESTS K.t:(!."/( EA- 1101'1 - .5Erl 10(.). I+D (JC\(l A-TF The City Council would like to have the names of three (3) Arroyo Grande References: NAME ADDRESS 1. W AA J fl ~ Lt:J/' M.. 0 fLo. 11 G- U 2. ~~ 'JY--r J.JLr~ A& 3. ~ _. . ~:{ t>-..L 46- ARE YOU tWILLING TO SERVE ON HE COMMISSION MEETING TIMES SHOWN BELOW: Planning Commission, First and Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes_ No - Parks and Recreation Commission, Third Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes No Traffic Commission, Monday Previous to Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes~ No===== Senior Advisory Commission, First Wednesday of each month, 7:00 p.m. Yes - No - Special Committee (Le. Teen Advisory, Architectural Advisory, etc.), Various meeting times and dates Yes - No - Signature ~ A /f/Il" Q--v F= rOfJeo L J'- 0 Date 2- /1- 97 The Arroyo Grande City Council requests information about your interest, (and education, if applicable) in serving on a commission, specifically your comments and views relative to the role and responsibilities of the Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Commission, Traffic Commission, Senior Advisory Commission or a Special Committee. Please note such information on the reverse side of this form. Thank you for your interest. THIS FORM IS A MATTER OF PUBLIC RECORD IF APPOINTED, COMPLETION OF A STATE CONFLICT OF INTEREST FORM IS REQUIRED (01/23197) CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE RESERVOIR OF CITIZENS TO SERVE _ Planning Commission Years Uved in Arroyo Grande 3S~~~ - Parks and Recreation Commission Traffic Commission Registered Voter of Arroyo Grande _ Senior Advisory Commission Yes-.& No_ ~ Special Committees (Le. Teen Advisory, Architectural Advisory, etc.) b}..f>> ffkj Ai f!xaaj, NAME ~. T.o. Hu; ~ HOME ADDRESS ~~ r A..v'1lMJ t.V~ PHONE ~jq-~o/'f PRESENT ( 1M' S g lki; ~ PRESENT IO"l.iS Q..ld9'<:- .ft- EMPLOYER ~ elf: POSITION OFFICE BUSINESS , ADDRESS ~~ TELEPHONE 4JJ<i,- 2.6 LJ EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND High School Ak f!-S College ~{ fief. JLO. t ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION COMMUNITY AND CIVIC INTERESTS (W-~N- tlfCB rk~ P~ki~ 4duiJc(j- ~o'( S CO cJ'l3 Di ,{~ The City Council would like to have the names of three (3) Arroyo Grande References: NAME ADDRESS 1. ..:}.-t.s.v.-:1 ~5 ?LS '\J~ ~ AG. R<J--.c.J.oJj 2. l"t1m A~~ 3. ~.mc:.e/U~ ce IttU <-tJ A- ( f ARE YOU WILLING TO SERVE ON THE COMMISSION MEETING TIMES SHOWN BELOW: Planning Commission, First and Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes - No - Parks and Recreation Commission, Third Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes - No - Traffic Commission, Monday Previous to Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes - No_ Senior Advisory Commission, First Wednesday of eac nth, 7:00 p.m. Yes - No_ Special Committee (Le. Teen Advisory, Architectura dvisory, etc.), Various meeting times and ates Yes ---2L No_ Date ~U f <(-:> i rmation about your interest, (and education, if applicable) in serving on a commission, spec if al your comments and vie ative to the role and responsibilities of the Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation CommISsion, Traffic Commission, Senior Advisory Commission or a Special Committee. Please note such information on the reverse side of this form. Thank you for your interest. THIS FORM IS A MATTER OF PUBLIC RECORD IF APPOINTED. COMPLETION OF A STATE CONFLICT OF INTEREST FORM IS REQUIRED (01/23197) I CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE RESERVOIR OF CmZENS TO SERVE _ Planning Commission RECEIVED ' CITY OF ARROYO GRAND~ ~ ~ ~ Parks and Recreation Commission ... Years Uved in Arroyo Grande 'E.A1I:.7 Traffic Commission 99 JAN f 2 Registered Voter of Arroyo Gra~ = Senior Advisory Convnission P H ~: 21 Yes_ No_ V-Special Committees Q.e. Teen Advisory,~hitectural Advis~tc.) NAME ~AHIE kJ . OMER... HOME ADDRESS /Z&:7 ALLeA/ Sr. ,)1.b PHONE 473-/75/ ;- PRESENT PRESENT ;I~ EMPLOYER 6aF / ELlfE 7:>E.5/~j-'VJ' U,tf./LfO. POSITION Otu/l/IE"/t 'CHI: DadN"~/lA94;= OFFICE //1 I 6 BUSINESS 48 I / ADDRESS 7 /2AJ./ DAVE .. A . 6f TELEPHONE {- ('{il I' EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND High School Ct.M6 of3 81 AJZKoVo G:r.R.AJ.Jt:::J,q J/.5 College IJ/~ ~~?! AI-.J.<.A/~l:O -:P~i:> Ad ~ ~ "/.51;/. /J.?I'sc::... C?<ts-.s~_ ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION ~~ 1ec:A. ~~ "P"/?LoHA: IN r.6611 I Wo~k.t::o B>Jes /1.5 ~ r l//JIotJ ~NoNV/J/~}J ) lJt:t<kEO ~'is AS J::1?AFtSrtAN !i,2.. ~L M,~E"ZXs~(k. ,. '-<Jd..it:. Fi. R. SeL.F iVAS -HoME DES1CO-".€Jt ~ FRoK Iqe.t:t, - 1'M9 - ( ) E1../1-e- V66'"~$' VNC,:f-O. COMMUNITY AND CI IC INTERESTS =t" ~,,€: '&EJ.I- ,A. H~f3ER 0+ t:X:..fAA.{ c> +: v'i. Ctj/~"5 &.t5" C13~J AN of(~ FDR flv~ Y.eA.~ / .,A..1'-11O At-{ LVl2.RtAlTL.Y ~MLTEO ~LV< -(it.- ~It)e,vt-) , :e.Q.l'-\ ILL END IL ( qqq . ::r hAV!.- 6WgEO. MY 0 ^" 61M - JJ ,b--.~'Yo Gtl<tWOE:' fuR. ':3 ~~A!P~~?pl>l<., /-4e..v 5~~&..Lt.. /:5 ~At The City Council would like to have the names of three (3) Arroyo rande References: 1<Et-. NAME ADDRESS 1..8/tC JR/'5e:-d 96 eA'Erf- ch~el!Y , Ab. I' 2. V,& ?d2!'Vl Gfl 1~~1 A-b. /" ~k 1<U~~L'S. 1BSb VALL.E:Y ~ , A~ . { ARE YOU WILLING TO SERVE ON THE COMMISSION MEETING TIMES SHOWN BELOW: Planning Commission, First and Third Tuesday of each month. 7:30 p.m. Yes_ No Parks and Recreation Commission, Third Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes~ No_ Traffic Commission, Monday Previous to Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes_ No_ Senior Advisory Commission, First Wednesd month, 7:00 p.rn. Yes_ No_ Special Committee (Le. Teen Adviso rchitectural Advisory, c.), Various Yes ~ No_ meeting times and dates Signature 0 . Date ;:/~.~ The Arroyo rande ity Council requests information about your interest. (and education, if applicable) in serving on a commission. specificaJl}\ yo omments and views relative to the role and responsibilities of the Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Commission, Traffic Commission, Senior Advisory Commission or a Special Committee. Please note such information on the reverse side of this form. Thank you for your interest. THIS FORM IS A MATTER OF PUBLIC RECORD IF APPOINTED, COMPLETION OF A STATE CONFLICT OF INTEREST FORM IS REQUIRED (01122197) COUNCIL MEMBER LUBIN RECOMMENDED APPOINTMENTS . PLANNING COMMISSION NAN C. FOWLER . TRAFFIC COMMISSION HEATHER JENSEN . PARKS AND RECREATION HARLAN D. SILVA COMMISSION . SENIOR ADVISORY SCOTT METCALF COMMISSION . DOWNTOWN PARKING ROBERT LUND ADVISORY BOARD . ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW MELANIE HODGES COMMITTEE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE RESERVOIR OF CITIZENS TO SERVE XX Planning Commission _ Parks and Recreation Commission 31 Traffic Commission Years Lived in Arroyo Grande _ Senior Advisory Commission Registered Voter of Arroyo Grande _ Special Committees (Architectural Review, etc.) Yes~ No_ NAME NAN C. FOlolLER HOME ADDRESS 630 CERRa VISTA CIRCLE, AG. PHONE 489-8223 PRESENT PRESENT EMPLOYER NANS PRE-OWNED BOOKS POSITION DVm ER OFFICE BUSINESS ADDRESS 1405 EAST GRAND, ARROYO GRANDE TELEPHONE 489-7510 EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND High School EUGENE HIGH SCEOOL, EUGENE, OR. College NUI{SES TRAINING ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION COMMUNITY AND CIVIC INTERESTS AG CHAMBER OF COMMErCE (PAST PRESIDENT); SLO COUNTY STATUS OF HO!'1AN (TP-EASUREP)= 5 CITIES QUOTA; SO. COUNTY DEMOCRATES (TREASURER); GOLD COAST HOHENS INVESTt1ENT: SANDPIPERS (TREASURER); PAST TRAFFIC CO~lliISSIONER AG POLICE ADVISOPY. . I The City Council would like to have the names of three (3) Arroyo Grande References: ~ ADDRESS 1. NANCY DAVIS 681 WOODLAND. ARFOYO GPANDE 2, REA TRER TF.N~EN ')f)q ""fAY ~T ARROYO r:RANDR , 3. JANET HUWALT 231 LA CREST DR., AFPOYO GRANDE ARE YOU WILLING TO SERVE ON THE COMMISSION/COMMITTEE MEETING TIMES SHOWN BELOW: Planning Commission. First and Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes X No - - Parks and Recreation Commission, Second Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes - No - Traffic Commission, Monday Previous to Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes - No - Senior Advisory Commission, First Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes - No - Special Committee (Le. Architectural Review Committee. etc.), Various meeting limesan~ C' ~ Yes - No - { - 1/ ~ 0 I Signature r ~L- Date The Arroyo Grande City Council requests infonnation about your interest (and education, if applicable), in serving on a commission or committee, specifically your comments and views relative to the role and responsibilities of the Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Commission, Traffic Commission, Senior Advisory Commission, or a Special Committee. Please note such infonnation on the reverse side of this fonn. Thank you for your interest. THIS FORM IS A MATTER OF PUBLIC RECORD IF APPOINTED. COMPLETION OF A STATE CONFLICT OF INTEREST FORM IS REQUIRED (11/02/98) I HAVE A CONTINUING INTEREST IN THE GRO\.JTH, DEVELOP'-1ENT AND BUSTNESS DIRECTION OF ARROYO CRANDE. AS A PAST TRAFFIC C01\f1-lISSIONER, I WILL BRING SOME EXPE1UENCE TO THE PLANNING COMMISSION. NAN C. FmolLER " . CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE RESERVOIR OF CITIZENS TO SERVE _ Planning Commission RECEIVED Parks and Recreation Commission CiTY D; ARROYO GRX :: ---L- Traffic Commission Years Lived in Arroyo Grande c::? j/ ~~ _ Senior Advisory Commission 0 I JMI I ee~$te~~ter qf Arroyo Grande v _ Special ommittees (Architectural Review, etc.) Yes ~ No_ NAME e ~/? HOMEADDRESSS-~1' n1t:leJ br ,Jj.~. PHONE yff-t) ;;23Y PRESENT (! {UJ PRESENT k EMPLOYER..4, C.0t n1 wr o. v7dfJf&J/f---'- POSITION /l2?C;J/'b /11 i36 OFFICE II' BUSINESS / / ff ADDRESS [/00 to. 1JY7;/}r/d' ~/ . (; TELEPHONE 'y/9 - /yf a EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND High School S /"'I /) ~T:/ /J /) hl (): College C a / Po / t; . J ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION ~ 1)--/ rd. E f1/~ /J ()/Yl; ~ ;;2) p {/..(J /~,Q /Ylt:? /V r I/J rO J j/{;? n--;S COMMUNITY AND CIVIC INTERESTS (1;Yy (b(J/Yr/Jflfb1r //f '/l, ~ __ ) ~ tf?1t7 )/1 (./ /(/) JL.y rr C--!1YY? (1) /7 O/C../ The City Council would like to have the names of three (3) Arroyo Grande References: NAME ADDRESS 1. ,I/J ~J !4. ./-J/-Yl/7 (J::r:i,?Jf) tUS' ;/;;, 2. 0a aa ~?-?'.J ~~ ;(j.c, 3. ~C) 1~t:S-8 /' ') r//; /J..t; j; /) {~ 1 7 . /l,:/-' /fl ~ . ARE YOU WILLING TO SERVE ON THE COMMISSION/COMMITTEE MEETING TIMES SHOWN BELOW: Planning Commission, First and Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes _ No_ Parks and Recreation Commission, Second Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes _ No_ Traffic Commission, Monday Previous to Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes~ No_ Senior Advisory Commission, First Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes _ No_ Special Committee (i.e. Architectural Review Committee, etc.), Various meeting times and dates Yes No Signature Wea:eiur) ~~ Date (J/ -/0 . () / - The Arroyo Grande City Council requests infonnation about your interest (and education, if applicable), in serving on a commission or committee, specifically your comments and views relative to the role and responsibilities of the Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Commission, Traffic Commission, Senior Advisory Commission, or a Special Committee. Please note such infonnation on the reverse side of this fonn. Thank you for your interest. THIS FORM IS A MA ITER OF PUBLIC RECORD IF APPOINTED. COMPLETION OF A STATE CONFLICT OF INTEREST FORM IS REQUIRED (11/02/98) CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE RESERVOIR OF CITIZENS TO SERVE _ Planning Commission X Parks and Recreation Commission - Traffic Commission Years Lived in Arroyo Grande 44 _ Senior Advisory Commission Registered Voter of Arroyo Grande _ Special Committees (Architectural Review, etc.) Yes - No - NAME Harlan D. Silva HOME ADDRESS 216 La Paz Circle PHONE (805) 481-4873 PRESENT PRESENT EMPLOYER California Fine Wire Co. POSITION V. President/Gen. Manager OFFICE BUSINESS ADDRESS 338 So. Fourth Street, Grover Beach TELEPHONE (805) 489-5144 EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND High School Arroyo Grande High School (1974) College Cuesta College (Various) ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION COMMUNITY AND CIVIC INTERESTS Member of Pismo Beach-5 Cities Rotary Club - 15 yrs , President - 1999-2000 Volunteer for St. Patricks Outreach Program - Various Years The City Council would like to have the names of three (3) Arroyo Grande References: NAME ADDRESS 1. Michael A. Greene1sh 453 Tanner Lane, Arroyo Grande 2. John Keen 298 No. Elm Street. Arroyo Grande 3. Lucille Perkowski 219 La Paz Circle, Arroyo Grande ARE YOU WILLING TO SERVE ON THE COMMISSION/COMMITTEE MEETING TIMES SHOWN BELOW: Planning Commission, First and Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes No - Parks and Recreation Commission, Second Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes ---x- No - - Traffic Commission, Monday Previous to Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes - No - Senior Advisory Commission, First Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes - No - Special Committee (I.e. Architectural Review cot: Vanous meeting times and dat~ . Yes - No - Signature ?f ~ J:::J, Date 12-20-00 The Arroyo Grande City Council requests information about your interest (and education, if applicable), in selVing on a commission or committee, specifically your comments and views relative to the role and responsibilities of the Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Commission, Traffic Commission, Senior Advisory Commission, or a Special Committee. Please note such information on the reverse side of this form. Thank you for your interest. THIS FORM IS A MATTER OF PUBLIC RECORD' IF APPOINTED. COMPLETION OF A STATE CONFLICT OF INTEREST FORM IS REQUIRED (11/02/98) Fror.1: Hanan D, Silva To: Sandy Lubin Date: 12/26/00 Time: 10:40:38 ANI Page 2 of 2 Harlan D. Silva 216 LaPaz Circle Arroyo Grande, CA 93420-2932 (805) 481-4873 To: Arroyo Grande City Council Re: Parks and Recreation Commission As a native of Arroyo Grande, I have a strong appreciation of the quality of life available to the citizens of our city. As a member of a local service club, I am aware of the necessity and benefits of volunteerism in our community. As our city continues to mature, grow, and evolve, I believe that one way to help maintain our quality of life in Arroyo Grande is through the effective development and utilization of our open spaces, parks, and recreational facilities For these reasons, I wish to serve the City of Arroyo Grande in the capacity of a member of the Parks and Recreation Commission, and respectfully request that you consider my appointment to the commission. Sincerely, Harlan D. Silva CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE RESERVOIR OF CITIZENS TO SERVE _ Planning Commission Parks and Recreation Commission . ~$; = Traffic Commission Years Lived in Arroyo Grande 1 "Z- _ Senior Advisory Commission Registered Voter of Arroyo Gran e _ Special Committees (Architectural Review, etc.) Yes ~ No_ NAME SCL::JTT'METC4LF HOMEADDRE$S deft:!) JdAJRISE 2),e PHONE 4d"~ /9~L- PRESENT .1 k. ~ . PRESENT EMPLOYER /V / 77A!!6J) POSITION OFFICE , BUSINESS ADDRESS . TELEPHONE EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND High School ~ College ~~. ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION COMMUNITY AND CIVIC INTERESTS ;sEE 4rJ~ The City Council would like to have the names of three (3) Arroyo Grande References: NAME ADDRESS 1. 2. 3. ARE YOU WILLING TO SERVE ON THE COMMISSION/COMMITTEE MEETING TIMES SHOWN BELOW: Planning Commission, First and Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes _ No L Parks and Recreation Commission, Second Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes _ No L Traffic Commission, Monday Previous to Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes _ No 1- Senior Advisory Commission, First Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes -t- No_ Special Committee (i.e. Architectural Review Committee, etc.), Various meeting ../ times and dates Yes ~ No Signature . ~jCt'/.#~if Date ..:?(}~o?ciP~ - The Arroyo Grande City Council reql)ffsts information about your interest (and education, if applicable), in seNing on a commission or committee, specijically your comments and views relative to the role and responsibilities of the Planning Commission, Parks ancrRecreation Commission, Traffic Commission, Senior Advisory Commission, or a Special Committee. Please note such information on the reverse side of this form. Thank you for your interest. THIS FORM IS A MATTER OF PUBLIC RECORD IF APPOINTED. COMPLETION OF A STATE CONFLICT OF INTEREST FORM IS REQUIRED (11/02/98) fp/ . ~~~~~;d,~rI-~ ~~~ '0' ~~ ~ .<t ~ ~,.4-~Ju-- ~ ~ ~ ~.o., -d ct:.~ -tk:r tNJ1 ~ r~ ~ 1; ~~I ~~. p;;J<~:~d ).e~f~rth~~~~ ~aM~t4~/ ~ , RESUME Scott Metcalf 380 Sunrise Drive Arroyo Grande, CA 93420 January 2, 2001 At the time of my retirement I was Corporate Manager of Materials with Varian Associates in Palo Alto, California. I retired in 1985 after 38 years as an employee and moved to Grover Beach from San Jose in 1987. Since that move I have spent much of my time as a volunteer in the community. As a community volunteer, while living in Grover Beach: . I served four years as President of the board of directors for the ShagBark Homeowners Association. The association served the owners of 30 homes situated along Margarita A venue in Grover Beach. . Served two years, one year as chainnan, of the Grover Beach Planning Commission. . Served eight years on the Grover Beach Beautification Committee. Three years as chainnan. . Served three years on the Board of Directors of the Grover Beach Chamber of Commerce. Selected as Grover Beach Citizen of the Year for 1998. I feel the experiences stated above qualify me to serve on the Senior Advisory Commission. Those concerns that affect the best interests of our senior citizens need to be discussed with an open mind. Decisions should be made using the facts presented to the commission by staff and by interested citizens. CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE RESERVOIR OF CITIZENS TO SERVE _ Planning Commission _ Parks and Recreation Commission Traffic Commission Years Lived in Arroyo Grande _ Senior Advisory Commission Registered Voter of Arroyo Grande L---Special Committees (Architectural Review, etc.) Yes _ No ~ NAME /&6~E lu"v/ / - 27 ? ~:::L.::7 ~C> HOME ADDRESS P/O k ( ~~ ~? t PHONE 4/ 7 =1 -.//~ PRESENT / / . ~, PRESENT ~ ~ EMPLOYER .c:::..- U-/'/~ ...c . ~ C POSITION /re -S crz--hi~/ e4- OFFICE / /. r J/ BUSINESS ( ADDRESS /3] C Ar-~~ J " 7/ ? TELEPHONE f" 7::r __//r~ / EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND High School / .2 College L/ ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION ~~ COMMUNITY AND CIVIC INTERESTS ~~S-'.~ R~Y/R. CJ)c!~~,~-~J '-J ./?/ ../ / The City Council would like to have the names of three (3) Arroyo Grande References: NAME ADDRESS 1. c;r;;/~ ~dS /?J / U/ Lt-.---J PC : #2C: ~~~=~~ ARE YOU WILLING TO ~ERVE ON THE COMMISSION/COMMITTEE MEETING TIMES SHOWN BELOW: Planning Commission, First and Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes _ No_ Parks and Recreation Commission, Second Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes _ No_ Traffic Commission, Monday Previous to Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes _ No_ Senior Advisory Commission, First Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes _ No_ Special Committee (i.e. Architectural Review Committee, etc.), Various meeting limes and dates ~_____ LJ YeS~N~_ Signature ~ Date I ~ /.2- ~ / The Arroyo Grande City Council requests information about your interest (and education, if applicable), in serving on a commission or committee, specifically your comments and views relative to the role and responsibilities of the Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Commission, Traffic Commission, Senior Advisory Commission, or a Special Committee. Please note such information on the reverse side of this form. Thank you for your interest. THIS FORM IS A MATTER OF PUBLIC RECORD IF APPOINTED. COMPLETION OF A STATE CONFLICT OF INTEREST FORM IS REQUIRED (11/02/98) CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE RESERVOIR OF CITIZENS TO SERVE _ Planning Commission RECEIVED _ Parks and Recreation Commission C l T \' C F /\ R ~ 0 '( 0 G ~1:\ ,r,: . Traffic Commission Years Lived in Arroyo Grande I '3 _ Senior Advisory Commission 01 JAN II PH l:iegl~ered Voter of Arroyo Grande t../ Special Committees (Architectural Review, etc.) Yes~ No_ NAME m e..-I a V);-e -' t1-oA-~e'S HOME ADDRESS "7 ~q V cdl e-; fC,o w PHONE <-rg/- 473 5- PRESENT ~ '€- if J "JtYlf1 P ~~ PRESENT _ . EMPLOYER POSITION InhY'lJ{ /JL~'~i1~,/pd..ra:/~~ OFFICE I BUSINESS _ ADDRESS 7gq VCllh; ~ , AGI TELEPHONE Lf f / - Lf 'J 70 EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND High School A J()r H- ;-f~0#1J4. ~ ~ College UC-LJ4- ~X.:ff,;t~1 (J"h, - . In reV-lOr D~$l5 I'\. C-er!,.(/ c.aJ.e ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION /1g S {l\.S.l.D._ P~~re--(. COMMUNITY AND CIVIC INTERESTS (I/'22,i~ ~nv!-t't. df (JiZh-ttAhfL, hv-e-/!.vCU:V . The City Council would like to have the names of three (3) Arroyo Grande References: NAME ADDRESS 1.-;;/11 or~l!c~ ~ l-t{/~(M;1L- ir.C~. wk 1\2..1) 6V'u..v~tI"(;.J ~ C'1 f3 "? I I I 2. JtJe GlltJ !~a.-- //):36 S 'jQL{1'~ PI'" 3. Jo e- W 5 felLf!J I () S g I~o ~ /Yl C { v-c I ~ ARE YOU WILLING TO SERVE ON THE COMMISSION/COMMITTEE MEETING TIMES SHOWN BELOW: Planning Commission, First and Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes - No - Parks and Recreation Commission, Second Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes - No - Traffic Commission, Monday Previous to Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes - No - Senior Advisory Commission, First Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes - No - Special Committee (i.e. &chitectural Review Committee, etc.), Various meeting Yes v No times and dates f" - Signature ~~ t:/t + Date //9/CJI The Arroyo Grande City Council requests information about your interest (and education, if applicable), in serving on a commission or committee, specifically your comments and views relative to the role and responsibilities of the Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Commission, Traffic Commission, Senior Advisory Commission, or a Special Committee. Please note such information on the reverse side of this form. Thank you for your interest. THIS FORM IS A MATTER OF PUBLIC RECORD IF APPOINTED. COMPLETION OF A STATE CONFLICT OF INTEREST FORM IS REQUIRED (11/02/98) ~ ~0( ~ ~~ ,,-r- 'fkL- ~,-J~~L , ~~ ~~{p/~ Y1fU2-w ' ' . . - - , _ ' ~' J A~~' v>^-- ~~~ . I~ ~ {q'lo. J)(Yf'- ,,-I ~~ ~ A.<;.J9. .~!~ ~~ ~ {/ t. 1--./+. y>v 1t1JA.lV ~~ ~ ~~V! PID~ _~'h J- ~~/J/~Cb ~~ ' ~;5;v~~cJfJ ovfJ CUt/u-A-ro . . COUNCIL MEMBER DICKENS RECOMMENDED APPOINTMENT . PLANNING COMMISSION TIM BROWN --,-c- -.. -\ r..1.:;"" P/Ffl i / }7 ,\? R 0 ;( Cr c-; ".,: :"::_ ... -- . - CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE 00 ~rrlli .. h.J. -9 1, 1 in. 10 RESERVOIR OF CITIZENS TO SERVE iii v' K... Planning Commission _ Parks and Recreation Commission --X- Traffic Commission . Years Lived in Arroyo Grande 5 _ Senior Advisory Commission Registered Voter of Arroyo Grand~ _ Special Committees (Architectural "Review, etc.) Yes--KA, No_ NAME Tim Brown HOME ADDRESS 125 Allen PHONE 481-5110 . PRESENT Dept of Industrial Relations PRESENT Consultant EMPLOYER POSITION OFFICE 1562 grand ave Grover Beach BUSINESS ADDRESS TELEPHONE 481-3296 EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND High School Coast Union Cambria College Cal Poly Business Admin ADDITIONAL EDUCA TIONALINFORMATION I COMMUNITY AND CIVIC INTERESTS . -.;-\. . New Life Community Church Citizen Core Group General Plan update I .; . The City Council would like to have the names of three (3) Arroy~ Grande R~ferences: , NAME ADDRESS 1. Jim Dickens 769 Branch Mill 2. Nanci Parker 1127 Yard Loomis In 3. ShRrlorr Wilc::on RO? RRmhi r,Ol1rr ARE YOU WILLING TO SERVE ON THE COMMISSION/COMMITTEE MEETING TIMES SHOWN BELOW: Planning Commission, First and Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes-~ N~_ Parks and Recreation COmmission, Second Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes_ No_ Traffic Commission, Monday Previous to Third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m. Yes -J:- No_ Senior Advisory Commission, First Wednesday of each month, 6:00 p.m. Yes_ No_ Special Committee O.e. Architectural Review Committee, etc.), Various meeting times and dates Yes - No - - - . r \l.) ~^{' ) ) .-~~ Signature Date ~ ""'- The Arroyo Grande City Council requests infonnation about your interest (and education, itapplicabfe), in serving on a commission or committee, specifically your comments and views relative to the role and responsibilities of the Planning Commission, Parks and Recreation Commission, Traffic Commission, Senior Advisory Commission, or a - ..- ~ 8.h. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL P FROM: RICK TerBORCH, CHIEF OF POLICE KAREN SISKO, HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER SUBJECT: DETERMINATION OF INDUSTRIAL DISABILITY DATE: JANUARY 23, 2001 RECOMMENDA TION: It is recommended that the City Council adopt the attached Resolution determining that Police Officer Jason Pole suffers from an industrial disability. FUNDING: No fiscal impact. DISCUSSION: On February 19, 2000, Police Officer Jason Pole suffered an injury to his left shoulder while conducting defense tactics training for the Police Department. This injury occurred during a supervised training activity and Officer Pole was a certified defense tactics instructor. Since the injury, Officer Pole has received treatment for the condition. However, on October 2, 2000, the treating physician determined that Officer Pole's injury was Jlpermanent and stationaryJl and that there were restrictions on his physical activity. On November 6, 2000, Ms. Tammy Maashoff, Claims Supervisor for the Central Coast Cities Self Insurance Fund (the City's Workers Compensation carrier) informed staff that Officer Pole is Jlpermanent and stationary" and that the restrictions placed upon him would interfere with the normal job duties of an Arroyo Grande Police Officer (see Attachment JlA"). Given this, Officer Pole is no longer able to perform the necessary physical skills or functions of a Police Officer. Additionally, there are no comparable duties within the City to which he can be assigned which will allow for his physical limitations. Given this situation, Officer Pole has indicated he wishes to proceed with a disability retirement. Upon application for disability retirement by a public safety employee, the Public Employees' Retirement Law (Government Code Section 2000, et seq.) requires that the contracting agency determine whether the employee of such agency is disabled for purposes of the Public Employees' Retirement Law and whether such disability is JlindustrialJl, within the meaning of the law. Government Code Section 20046 states ~ that "industrial", in reference to disability of a member, means a disability which is the result of an injury or disease arising out of and in the course and scope of his/her employment. In the case of Officer Pole, his injury occurred while he was properly engaged in a Police Department training exercise and therefore, did arise from and occur within the scope of his employment. Additionally, information provided by the City's Workers Compensation Insurance carrier confirms that the injury is disabling, has no prognosis for improvement, and is such that Officer Pole is no longer able to perform the essential functions of an Arroyo Grande Police Officer. It is, therefore, recommended that the City Council adopt the attached Resolution which, if adopted, will be forwarded to the Benefit Services Division of the California Public Employees Retirement System (CAL PERS). AL TERNA TIVES: The following alternatives are provided for the Council's consideration: - Adopt staff's recommendation; or - Provide further direction to staff. Attachment (1) AITACHMENT "A" C\"attral Coast Cities Se~_ Insurance Fund Claims Administered by Gregory B. Bragg & Associates, Inc. . November 6, 2000 Rick Terbouch, Police Chief City of Arroyo Grande PO Box 550 Arroyo Grande, CA 93420 RE: Employee: Jason Pole Employer. City of Arroyo Grande Date of Injury: 2/19/00 Claim Number. 5107454 Dear Chief Terbouch, As we discussed on November 1, 2000, Officer Pole's condition has been deemed Permanent and Stationary effective October 2, .2000. He has permanent restrictions of no performing activities at or above the horizontal other than once per hour spread evenly over an eight hour shift and no lifting more than twenty-five pounds above shoulder level. You confirmed that t~ese restrictions would interfere with the normal job duties of an Arroyo Grande Police Officer, therefore, Officer Pole is considered a Qualified Injured Worker and is entitled to Vocational Rehabilitation benefits (excluding Vocational Rehabilitation Maintenance Allowance). It is my understanding that Officer Pole is in agreement to proceed with a PERS disability retirement at this time, prior to receiving the entire fifty-two weeks of 4850 pay that he is entitled. I also understand that Officer Pole is currently working in a light duty position and will remain so until his retirement becomes effective. Please let me know if there is a change in either of these agreements. I will also need to know the date his retirement becomes effective. Once Officer Pole is receiving a PERS disability retirement, he will not be entitled to 4850 pay, temporary disability or vocational rehabilitation maintenance allowance. Thank you for your help and cooperation in this matter. Please contact meif I can be of further assistance. Very truly yours, ~~Yho.~ot5D Tammy Maa off Claims Supervisor cc: Bruce Sutherland '. - Arroyo Grande' Atascadero . Grover Beach' Morro Bay' Paso Robles' Pismo Beach' San Luis Obispo' Santa Maria' Santa Paula RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE DETERMINING THAT POLICE OFFICER JASON POLE SUFFERS FROM AN INDUSTRIAL DISABILITY PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 21156 WHEREAS, the City of Arroyo Grande (hereinafter referred to as Agency) is a contracting agency of the Public Employees' Retirement System; WHEREAS, the Public Employees' Retirement Law requires that a contracting agency determine whether an employee of such agency in employment in which he is classified as a local safety member is disabled for purposes of the Public Employees' Retirement Law and whether such disability is "industrial" within the meaning of such Law; and WHEREAS, an application for disability retirement of Jason Pole, employed by the Agency in the position of Police Officer, has been filed with the Public Employees' Retirement System; and WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande has reviewed the medical and other evidence relevant to such alleged disability. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande as follows: 1. The City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande does hereby find and determine that Jason Pole is incapacitated within the meaning of the Public Employees' Retirement Law for performance of his duties in the position of Police Officer; and 2. A petition will be filed with the Worker's Compensation Appeals Board for a determination pursuant to Government Code Section 21166, and a copy of such determination will be provided when rendered; and 3. That the member will be separated from his employment in the position of Police Officer after expiration of his leave rights under Government Code Section 21164, effective January 23, 2001 and that no dispute as to the expiration of such leave rights is pending; and 4. There is not a possibility of third party liability; and 5. Advanced disability payments will be made bi-weekly in the amount of $840.93 beginning February 9, 2001 (for pay commencing January 24, 2001); and 6. The primary disabling condition is orthopedic; and RESOLUTION NO. PAGE 2 7. The member's disabling condition is not a direct consequence of a violent act perpetrated upon the member's person and did not occur during the performance of those portions of the member's duties which are particularly hazardous and dangerous. On motion of Council Member , seconded by Council Member , and on the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: NOES: ABSENT: the foregoing Resolution was passed and adopted this day of ,2001. RESOLUTION NO. PAGE 3 MICHAEL LADY, MAYOR ATTEST: KELLY WETMORE, DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICESI DEPUTY CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO CONTENT: ~~~ STEVEN ADAMS, CITY MANAGER APPROVED TO AS FORM: TIMOTHY J. CARMEL, CITY ATTORNEY 8.i. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL FROM: DON SPAGNOLO, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS/CITY ENGINEE~ SUBJECT: ACCEPTANCE OF EASEMENTS IN THE RANCHO GRANDE AREA DATE: JANUARY 23, 2001 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended the Council: 1. Adopt the attached resolution rejecting the following offers of dedication offered in 2920 OR 980: Parcel 1 (Strip B), in fee. Parcel 2 (Strip C), a waterline and public utility easement. and accepting the following offers of dedication offered in 2920 OR 980. Parcel 3 (Lot C), in fee. Parcel 4 (Lot D), in fee title. Parcels SA, 58, 5C, 5D and 5E, drainage easements. 2. Adopt the attached resolution accepting the following offers of dedication as shown on the Final Map for Tract 1834 Phase 1: Right of ways for La Canada, and Asilo Streets. Street tree easements. 3. Adopt the attached resolution accepting the following offers of dedication as shown on the Final Map for Tract 1834 Phase 2: Right of ways for La Canada, Vista, and Asilo Streets. Street tree easements. Open Space over Lot 222. FUNDING: There is no fiscal impact. DISCUSSION: Offers of dedication of public easements or fee title in which improvements will be constructed, are initially rejected without prejudice as to future acceptance. These offers are then accepted after the improvements have been constructed. Offers that do not require improvements or that have an immediate public benefit such as open space easements are typically accepted without delay. On December 4, 1986, several offers of dedication to the City for parcels and easements in the Rancho Grande area were made by Ottse, Inc. The offers were combined in one document entitled "Irrevocable and Perpetual Offer to Dedicate", recorded at 2920 OR 980. The offers were intended to facilitate the future development of the Rancho Grande project area by allowing for water, drainage and utility infrastructure constructed by the developers to be accepted and operated by the City. The location of the parcels and easements offered are shown in Attachment 1. Since the dedications were offered, the infrastructure has been constructed and has been maintained and operated by the City for several years. However, the facilities and dedications have never been formally accepted. Staff recommends that the offers be accepted at this time, with the exception of those offers that have been superseded by subsequent tract maps. The offers and the related recommendations are summarized below: PARCEL 1 (STRIP B) This is an offer in fee title for public roadway and related purposes. The alignment in this offer coincides with the public right of way for Vista Drive and La Canada. Offers to dedicate public right of way for these streets have been provided on the maps for Tract 1834 Phases 1-4. It is recommended that the road right of way be accepted by the offers shown on the tract maps as opposed to the fee title description contained in the document recorded at 2920 OR 980. This will ensure compatibility between the actual alignment of the offer and the recorded lots, and perfects the City's interests in the streets in the form of a right of way, which is preferred to fee title. Therefore it is recommended that the fee title offer for Parcel 1 (Strip B) be rejected. PARCEL 2 (STRIP C) This is an offer for an easement for waterline and public utility purposes. The alignment of this offer has been superseded by public street right of ways shown on Tract 1834 Phases 1-4. Therefore it is recommended that this easement offer be rejected. PARCEL 3 (Lot C) This is an offer in fee title for a water reservoir. The offer includes a 1.13 acre site currently being used for the Rancho Grande water tank (City reservoir number 4). It is recommended that the water tank improvements be accepted for maintenance and that the fee title offer be accepted. PARCEL 4 (Lot D) This is an offer in fee title for a water booster site. The offer includes a 0.125 acre site currently being used as a water booster site. This pump station is located adjacent to the Festival Cinemas Theatre. It is recommended the water booster station improvements be accepted for maintenance and that the fee title offer be accepted. PARCEL SA, 58, 5C, 5D, 5E (Drainaqe easements) These offers for drainage easements are located within Tracts 1994 and 1997. It is recommended that the drainage system improvements be accepted for maintenance and that the easement offers be accepted. TRACT 1834 PHASE 1 AND 2 OFFERS: The final map for Tract 1834 Phase 1 was approved by the City Council and subsequently recorded on September 5, 1996. The final map for Tract 1834 Phase 2 was approved by the City Council and subsequently recorded on October 7, 1996. Several offers of dedication made on the maps were rejected without prejudice as to future acceptance. The improvements within these easements have been constructed and are being maintained by the City. Staff therefore recommends that the Council accept the following offers of dedication and the related facilities for maintenance. Right of ways for La Canada, Vista, and Asilo Street Public street tree easement Open Space over Lot 222 of Phase 2 Staff recommends adoption of the attached resolutions to accept or reject the offers of dedication as discussed above. ALTERNATIVES: The following alternatives are provided for the Council's consideration: . Approve staff's recommendations; . Do not approve staff's recommendations; . Provide direction to staff. Attachments: Attachment 1 - Location Maps Attachment 2 - Resolution accepting and rejecting offers to dedicate (2920 OR 980) Attachment 3 - Resolution accepting offers to dedicate (Tract 1834 Phase 1) Attachment 4 - Resolution accepting offers to dedicate (Tract 1834 Phase 2) Attachment 5 - Offer to dedicate (2920 OR 980) UJ ~. ~EB 6' 0 :I! 'V ~ () I'll (:)~ .G\ :;). !J \!, .<'i' ~8('j~ '" o ,co G'- to.. {~ I' ~~~~ r,. " " Q\~ '~ \ t "'0 1.<..' .... ......... 11::"'0 " " ~ ~ O~50 h.. ~ ~~ r~\ ~~~~ o ~ u!.i2 ~ ~~ "'- ).. "-iiiJ " ~~ ~ ~'i-. r;;;\ ~i ~:;J ,,-m.; ~ 0. a... " 10 ... ~ ~ a:: / 10)" I I l:: \ \\ ~ ;:) ,. \ \ 10) \ 10 \ -6:-. ... \(('1 f:'"?\ G \ \ \ \ "-~ ~ \ \ \ \ \ \~\\ \ \ \ \ \ (10\ , \. ~, / ~..J ,%, / "'''), :; '0- , t\ / / "~ II~ , , f:,. ~'} ~ . " ~~I. ,,~ ~r}~/' " /' ~ ') / >' 2j...J ...ts / / S!3 / / ~!9 / / (b& ~ 0:::> Q.Q. /~/ (III- -z I / ~~ ::E~ / / (II!jj / / ;!:~ r-// .. ~ r~\ ~* ~/ "-~ !! '" "'~ =: ::~ I '~ tsi!! Y y, Vi :; II! 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(:< :~n.o 0" ~ &>0) . ; , '. 35 ~ '-J a ...- ~ ~'5 0) "8 ~ C)~ CO~ ~ 05~- \ .' )-0 '" ~ o .'0 '" - 0:: 'fi-ow ~ "-e> ~ \11< 0 ......... m"- \1>0 0 ~ 'O~\11g \1>::> ~ ~\a..J><: u~~g ~ \ ~ ~ .......... \...: (~ \!::) o;)~ ,,0;) c.c. Q..Q.. . . ,," ~~ :Jt.:Jt. ,r en en :i:i cici "':N \::\:: ZZ ::;)::;) .q..q. 1'11'1 0;)0;) ~ ~ \-\- !~ ..i6>T' ~ (,~ ~ >' (.0'\ ~ \....~ ~% ~) ~~ ~ ~'fi. ~ o:=' ...... ~~ "" \~ , ~~ )- 'F<<: a ~~ ~ ~ ~ ........ v. \-.. ~...~ '" .... ~ ~i ~\~ 11\ ::-!! ""- ~ ~~d' EB \9L-LOO ;: A TT ACHMENT 2 RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE ACCEPTING AND REJECTING CERTAIN OFFERS TO DEDICATE EASEMENTS AND FEE TITLE PARCELS IN THE RANCHO GRANDE PROJECT AREA WHEREAS, offers to dedicate easements and fee title parcels to the City of Arroyo Grande have been provided to facilitate dev~lopment of the Rancho Grande project area; and, WHEREAS, said offers of dedication are described in a document recorded December 4, 1986 in Volume 2920 at page 980 of the official records of the County Recorder's office of the County of San Luis Obispo (2920 OR 980); and, WHEREAS, the offer described as Parcel 1 (Strip B) is an offer in fee title for roadway purposes and lies within public right of ways for Vista Drive and La Canada, as offered on the final map for Tract 1834 Phases 1, 2, 3, and 4, and the acceptance of the right of ways is preferred to accepting the fee title offer; and, WHEREAS, the offer described as Parcel 2 (Strip C) is a waterline and public utility easement which has been superseded by the public right of way offered on the final map for Tract 1834 Phases 1-4, and the acceptance of the right of way is preferred to accepting the Parcel 2 (Strip C) offer; and, WHEREAS, within the area described in the offer as Parcel 3 (Lot C), water tank and waterline improvements have been constructed and the City desires to accept such improvements and the offer of fee title; and, WHEREAS, within the area described in the offer as Parcel 4 (Lot D), water booster station improvements have been constructed and the City desires to accept such improvements and the offer of fee title; and, WHEREAS, within the area described in the offer as Parcels SA, 5B, 5C, 5D, and 5E, public drainage improvements have been constructed and the City desires to accept such improvements and the offer of drainage easements; and, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande does hereby take the following actions regarding said improvements and offers to dedicate: Parcel 1 (Strip B) an offer of fee title for roadway purposes as described in the document recorded at 2920 OR 980 is hereby rejected. Resolution No. Page 2 Parcel 2 (Strip C) an offer of a waterline and public utility easement as described in the document recorded at 2920 OR 980, is hereby rejected. Parcel 3 (Lot C) an offer in fee title for water reservoir purposes as described in the document recorded at 2920 OR 980, along with the water tank, water booster station, waterline and related improvements on the site is hereby accepted. Parcel 4 (Lot D) an offer in fee title for a water booster station as described in the document recorded at 2920 OR 980, along with the water booster station, and related improvements on the site is hereby accepted. Parcels SA, 58, 5C, 5D, and 5E , offers of drainage easements as described in the document recorded at 2920 OR 980, along with the public drainage improvements within the parcels are hereby accepted. On motion of Council Member , seconded by Council Member ,and on the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: NOES: ABSENT: the foregoing Resolution was passed and adopted this _ day of 2001. Resolution No. Page 3 MICHAEL A. LADY, MAYOR ATTEST: KELLY WETMORE, DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES! DEPUTY CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO CONTENT: 'sf~Ni~~,TY MANAGER APPROVED AS TO FORM: TIMOTHY J. CARMEL, CITY ATTORNEY ATTACHMENT 3 RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE ACCEPTING EASEMENTS AND DEDICATIONS FOR TRACT 1834 PHASE 1 WHEREAS, offers to dedicate right of way and easements to the public have been provided as required to satisfy the conditions of approval for Tract 1834 Phase 1; and, WHEREAS, the improvements associated with such offers have been constructed, and are ready for acceptance for maintenance by the City. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande does hereby accept the following improvements and offers to dedicate public rights of way and easements, as shown on the final map for Tract 1834 Phase 1, recorded September 5, 1996 in book 17 of maps on page 78 in the office of the Recorder of the County of San Luis Obispo, State of California: Right of way for La Canada and Vista Streets. Street tree easements. On motion of Council Member , seconded by Council Member ,and on the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: NOES: ABSENT: the foregoing Resolution was passed and adopted this _ day of 2001. Resolution No. Page 2 MICHAEL A. LADY, MAYOR ATTEST: KELLY WETMORE, DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICESI DEPUTY CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO CONTENT: ~- ~~) s'rEv N ADAMS, CITY MANAGER APPROVED AS TO FORM: TIMOTHY J. CARMEL, CITY ATTORNEY ATTACHMENT 4 RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE ACCEPTING EASEMENTS AND DEDICATIONS FOR TRACT 1834 PHASE 2 WHEREAS, offers to dedicate right of way and easements to the public have been provided as required to satisfy the conditions of approval for Tract 1834 Phase 2; and, WHEREAS, the improvements associated with such offers have been constructed, and are ready for acceptance for maintenance by the City. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Council of the City of Arroyo Grande does hereby accept the following improvements and offers to dedicate public rights of way and easements, as shown on the final map for Tract 1834 Phase 2, recorded October 7, 1996 in book 17 of maps on page 81 in the office of the Recorder of the County of San Luis Obispo, State of California: Right of way La Canada and Asilo Streets. Street tree easements. Open Space over Lot 222. On motion of Council Member , seconded by Council Member ,and on the following ron can vote, to wit: AYES: NOES: ABSENT: the foregoing Resolution was passed and adopted this _ day of 2001. Resolution No. Page 2 MICHAEL A. LADY, MAYOR ATTEST: KELLY WETMORE, DIRECTOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICESI DEPUTY CITY CLERK APPROVED AS TO CONTENT: ~~~ St?VEN ADAMS, CITY MANAGER APPROVED AS TO FORM: TIMOTHY J. CARMEL, CITY ATTORNEY . DOC. NO. 782.09 ~ y-'- OFFICIAlRECORos flE - RECORDING REQUESTED BY: SAN LUIS OBISPO CO.. City of Arroyo Grande NOV 24 J9I6 OF~~~P$gDS WHEN RECORDED MAIL TO: FRANcIS Y. COONEY WIS OBISPO CO., CAL City Clerk City of Arroyo Grande County CIerI! . DEC 4 191& 214 East Branch Street TrME ;, :2rr Arroyo Grande, CA 93420 FRANCIS M. COONEY County crerk-Reeorder TIM~ Jr lQ JIll IRREVOCABLE & PERPETUAL \ OFFER TO DEDICATE * THIS IRREVOCABLE AND PERPETUAL OFFER TO DEDICATE is made effective the ~~ day of November, 1986 by the undersigned, hereinafter termed "Offeror": WHEREAS, said Offeror desires to make an offer to dedicate, irrevocably, to the public, the interests hereinafter described, which offer may be accepted at any time by the City of Arroyo Grande or its deeignpe, NOW, THEREFORE, said Offeror covenants and promises as follows: 1. That said Offeror is the owner of the following described real property located within the City of Arroyo Grande, County of San Luis Obispo, State of California: PARCEL A: Parcels 1 to 11, inclusive, of Parcel Map No. 77-103, in the City of Arroyo Grande, County of San Luis Obispo, State of California, according to map recorded November 30, 1979 in Book 28, Page 85 of Parcel Maps in the Office of the County Recorder of said County. PARCEL B: Those portions of Lots 2 and 3 of the La Belle Tract, in the City of Arroyo Grande, County of San Luis Obispo, State of California, according to the Map filed for record December 15, 1888 in Book A, Page 42 of Maps, in the Office of the County Recorder of said County, described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the Easterly line of Lot 1 of said La Belle Tract, with the northerly right of way line of the California State Freeway No. 101, Thence along the northerly right of way of said freeway, the following courses and distances: North 590 04' 10" West, 234.15 feet, North 740 19' 47" West, 155.31 feet, North 690 32' 52" West, 232.08 feet, and South 270 56' 59" West, 67.90 feet, Thence leaving said northerly right of way line, North 420 26' 13" West, 140.62 fdet to the true point of beginning, Thence from said true point of beginning, North 630 17' 17" West, parallel with the northerly right of way line of saie freeway, 247.14 feet, Thence North 310 20' East, 171.62 feet, Thence South 580 40' East, 71. 32 feet, Thence North 310 20' East, 180.00 feet, Thence South 5S0 40' East, 175.00 feet, Thence South 310 20' West, 331.70 feet to the true point of beginrl'l.ng. YO~ 2920PAGE 9RO .YOL29171'AGE 143 2. That said Offeror does hereby irrevocably and in perpetuity offer to such governmental entity a dedication of the interests described as follows: PARCEL 1 (STRIP B) In fee, for public roadway and related purposes, a strip of land over, on and under a 60.00 foot width within Parcel 9 of Parcel Map No. 77-103, in the City of Arroyo Grande, County of San Luis Obispo, State of California, according to Map recorded November 30, 1979, in Book 28, Page 85 of Parcel Maps, in the Office of the County Recorder of said County. The centerline of the 60.00 foot strip is described as follows: Beginning at a point on a curve concave to the West and having a radius of 600 feet, radial to said point bears North 82030'00" West and said point bears North 82030'00" West 228.00 feet from the most southerly corner of said Parcel 9, thence northerly along said curve through a central angle of 2045'00. an arc distance of 28.80 feet: thence tangent to said curve, North 4045'00" East, 375.38 feet; thence northeasterly along a tangent curve, concave easterly, having a radius of 900.00 feet, through a central angle of 25015'00", an arc distance of 396.63 feet, thence tangent to said curve, North 30000'00" East, 128.10 feet; J thence North 60000'00" West, 305.00 feet; thence northwesterly along a tangent curve, concave northeasterly, having a radius of 650.00 feet, through a central angle of 18030'00", an arc ,1 distance of 209.88 feet to a point of reversing curve, thence northwesterly along a tangent curve, concave southwesterly with a tangent bearing of North 41030'00" West, having a radius of i 350.00 feet, through a central angle of 38030'00", an arc dis- tance of 235.18 feet to a point of compound curve; thence south- westerly along a tangent curve, concave southeasterly with a tangent bearing of North 80000'00" West, having a radius of 407.20 feet, through a central angle of 65003'13", an arc dis- tance of 462.33 feet; thence tangent to said curve, South 34056'47" West 746.85 feet to a point on the Southwesterly line ~ of said Parcel 9. Said 60.00 foot strip will include (i) ~i,kt j of-way l!'a".~l'Ie. (1) right of WlIf)! return with a radius of 20.00xeet at the saltb.iest 90000' 00. intersection of the centerline beari.n3sf (see page SA at f for ccntinuationof sent:ejl!nce) Also a strip of land over, on and under a 60.00 foot width within said Parcel 9. The centerline of the 60.00 foot strip is described as follows: Beginning at a point along the northerly right of way line of Strip B, said right of way line is a curve concave southerly, having a radius of 380 feet, radial to said point bears North 10000'00" East, thence Northerly along said radial line North 10000'00" East 120.00 feet; thence northwesterly along a tangent . curve concave southwesterly, having a radius of 125.00 feet, through a central angle of 55019'11", an arc distance of 120.69 feet to the northerly terminus of said 60.00 foot strip. The westerly and easterly line to said strip to be lengthened or shortened to intersect a radial bearing that bears South 44044'49" West and this strip also includes a 20 foot radius return on the northwesterly and northeasterly intersection of Strip "B" right of w.ay. PARCEL 2 (STRIP C) A waterline and public utility easement over that portion of Parcel 9 of Parcel Map No. 77-103, in the City of Arroyo Grande, County of San Luis Obispo, State of California, according to Map recorded November 30, 1979, in Book 28, Page 85 of Parcel Maps, in the office of the County Recorder of said County, described as follows: 2 VOL 2920PAGE9~1 Beginning at the most easterly corner of said Parcel 9; thence along the southeasterly line of said Parcel 9, South 25008'36" West (Record South 25008'30. West), 20.26 feet; thence leaving the southeasterly line of said Parcel 9, North 55038"30" West, 128.05 feet; thence North 55037'38" West, 1272 68 feet; thence North 41027"17" East, 20.15 feet to a corner on the northeasterly line of said Parcel 9; thence along the northeasterly line of said Parcel 9, South 55037'38" East, 1270.19 feet (Record South 55037'39" East, 1270.16 feet;, <:auth 55038'30" East, 124.81 feet (Record South 55036'30" East, 124.77 feet) to the point of beginning. PARCEL 3 (LOT C) In fee for a water reservoir site, that portion of Parcel 9 of Parcel Map No. 77-103, in the City of Arroyo Grande, County of San Luis Obispo, State of California, according to Map recorded November 30, 1979, in Book 28, Page 85 of Parcel Maps, in the office of the County Recorder of said County, described as follows: Beginning at the most northerly corner of said Parcel 9; thence along the northeasterly line of said Parcel 9, South 30038'19" West (Record South 30U38'13" West), 221.01 feet, thence leaving the northeasterly line of said Parcel 9, South 41027'17" west, 277.60 feet; to a point along a non tangent curve concave to the west, having a radius of 155.00 feet, radial to said point bearing North 55055'16"East, thence northwesterly along said curve through a central angle of 11014'28", an arc distance of 30.41 feet, thence leaving said curve, North 41027"17" East, 150.10 feet, thence North 48032'43. West, 192.90 feet to a point on the northwesterly line of said Parcel 9; thence along the northwesterly line of said Parcel 9, thence northeasterly along the northwesterly line of said Parcel 9, North 60000"00" East, 134.30 feet; North 74034"42" East, 253.84 feet (Record North 74033'56" East, 253.81 feet) to the Point of Beginning, containing 1.131 acres. PARCEL 4 (LOT D) In fee for a water booster station site, that portion of Parcel 1 of Parcel Map No. 77-103, in the City of Arroyo Grande, County of San Luis Obispo, State of California, according to Map recorded November 30, 1979, in Book 28, Page 85, of Parcel Maps, in the office of the County Recorder of said County, described as follows: Beginning at a point along the Northerly line of West Branch Street, said point bears North 55051'31" West, 294.56 feet from the centerline intersection of West Branch Street and Rancho Parkway as shown on said Parcell; thence North 26046"30" East, 160.00 feet; thence South 63013'30. East, 40.00 feet; thence South 26046'30. West, 96.00 feet; thence North 63013'30. West, , 15.00 feet; thence South 26046'30" West, 64.41 feet, thence North 62017'28" West, 25.00 feet to the Point of Beginning, containing 0.125 Acres. PARCEL 5 (DRAINAGE EASEMENTS) For drainage eas~ants, those portions of Parcels 4, 7 and 8 of parcel Map No. 77-103, in the City of Arroyo Grande, County of San Luis Obispo, State of California, according to Map recorded November 30, 1979, in Book 28, Page 85 of Parcel Maps, in the office of the County Recorder of said COWlty, described as follows: 3 VOL 29201WoE982 PARCEL SA - DRAINAGE EASEMENT Beginning at the centerline intersection of James Way and Strip "A" as shown on said Parcel MaPJ thence southwesterly along the centerline of said James Way, along a tangent curve, concave southerly with a tangent bearing of North 87000"00" West, having a radius of 1050.00 feet, through a central angle of 34030'00", an arc distance of 632.25 feetJ thence to a point along the tangent to said curve, South 58030'00" West, 754.33 feetJ thence leaving said centerline, South 31030"00" East, 32.00 feet to a point on the southerly right of way of said James Way, said point being the true point of beginning, thence southwesterly along the southerly right of way of said James Way, South 58030'00" West, 37.19 feetJ thence southwesterly to a point along a tangent curve, concave northwesterly, having a radius of 2032.00 feetJ through a central angle of 0037'12", an arc distance of 21.98 feet, radial to said point bears North 30052"48" westJ thence leaving said right of way, South 0057'10" west, 76.33 feetJ thence South 89002'50. East, 50.00 feetJ thence North 0057'lO"East, 107.98 feet to the true point of beginning. PARCEL 5B - DRAINAGE EASEMENT Beginning at a point on a curve concave southerly, and having a radius of 1018.00 feet, and said curve is the southerly right of way of James Way and said point bears South 77046'19" West, 176.36 feet from the centerline intersection of James Way and Strip "A" as shown on said Parcel MaP7 radial to said point bears South 6037"22" EastJ thence southwesterly along said curve to a point through a central angle of 8006"57", an arc distance of 144.20 feetJ radial to said point bearing South 14044'18" East, thence leaving said right of way, South 45035"25" West, 82.11 feet 7 thence South 61005'24- West, 123.21 feetJ thence South 16051'19" West, 125.30 feet7 thence South 46005'33" west, 113.40 feetJ thence South 43054"21" East, 80.00 feetJ thence North 46005'33- East, 91.39 fdetJ thence North 76051'19" East, 114.37 feetJ thence North 61005"24- East, 145.17 feet, thence North 45035"25- East, 212.82 feet to the point of beginning. PARCEL SC - DRAINAGE EASEMENT Beginning at a point on the Easterly right of way of Strip "A" said point bears North 15006"28- East, 152.56 feet from the centerline intersection of James Way and Strip "A" as shown on said Parcel MapJ thence northeasterly along the easterly right of way of said Strip "A", North 3000'00" East, 0.83 feetJ thence . Northeasterly to a point along a tangent curve, concave southeasterly, having a radius of 318.00 feet, through a central I angle of 24012'50", an arc distance of 134.39 feetJ radial to said point bears South 62047'10" East, thence leaving said right of way, North 51031'22" East, 9.60 feet7 thence South 38022"38" East, 80.00 feetJ thence South 51031'22" West, 111.36 feet to the point of beginning. PARCEL 5D - DRAINAGE EASEMENT J Beginning at a point on the westerly right of way of Strip "A" said point bears North 16001"41" west, 98.15 feet from the centerline interse~tion of James Way and Strip -Aft as shown on said Parcel Map; thence northeasterly along the westerly riqht ~f way of said Strip "A", North 3000"00- East, 57.21 feet7 thence northeasterly to a point along a tangent curve, concave southeasterly, having a radius of 382.00 feet, thr~ugh a central angle of 7054'57., an arc distance of 52.78 feetJ radial to said point bears South 79005'03" East7 thence leaving said right of way, South 51037'22" West, 151.64 feet, thence South 45035'25" West, 129.02 feet to a point on the northerly right of way of said James WaY7 said point is on a curve cencave southerly having a radius of l082.0a feet, radial to said point bearing South 9014"37" East7 thence northeasterly along said curve to a point 4 . VOL 292Q PAGE 983 . through a central angle of 6047'58n, an arc distance of 128.40 feet: thence leaving said right of way, North 45035"25n East, 24.46 feet, thence North 51037'22. East, 72.10 feet to the point of beginning. PARCEL 5E - DRAINAGE EASEMENT Beginning at the centerline intersection of James Way and Strip nAn as shown on said Parcel Map: thence southwesterly along the centerline of said James Way, along a tangent curve, concave southerly with a tangent bearing of North 87000'00. West, having a radius of 1050.00 feet, through a central angle of 34030'00., an arc distance of 632.25 feet: thence to a point along the tangent to said curvA, South 58030'00. West, 713.63 feet: thence leaving said centerline, North 31030'00. West, 32.00 feet to a point on the Northerly right of way of said James Way, said point being the True Point of Beginning: thence southwesterly to a point along the Northerly right of way of said James Way, South 58030'00. West, 59.25 feet: thence leaving said right of way, North 0057'10. East, 97.98 feet: thence South 89002'50. East, 50.00 feet: thence South 0057'10. West, 66.~8 feet to the True Point of Beginning. 3. That said Offeror agrees that said offer of dedication shall be irrevocable and that such a governmental entity may, at any time in the future, accept said offer of dedication of the parcels individually or collectively. 4. That said Offeror agrees that this irrevocable and perpetual Offer to Dedicate is and shall be binding on its heirs, legatees, successors and assigns. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this Irrevocable and Perpetual Offer to Dedicate is hereby executed by the said Offeror effective on the day and year first written above. OTTSE INC., a California corporation By: ~th..'fA~~' J,~ onna ee Salzgebe , Secretary STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) )SS COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO ) On J/t;V~f!:/ 2f, Jqrb, before me, the undersigned, a Notary Public in an or sa A County and State, personally appeared DONNALEE SALZGEBER, known to me to be the Secretary of the corporation that executed the within instrument, known to me or proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person who executed the within instrument on behalf of the corporation therein named, and acknowledged to me that such corporation executed the within instrument pursuant to its by-laws or :t;esolutio of iZ ~ ~ directors. Signature fit -~- 144/H .... JENNIFEIIl. BECKER .. IIGIItr ~-c.NIInM 1M LUIS "SI'O coum .., eo. lip .... " '. 5 ~..l YOl2920I'AGE984 fOL 294.'7I'AGE u:zr # of North 30000' 00" East and North 60000' 00" west. ~ r, / * 'Ibis d.ocunent is being re-reoorded to correct the legal description of .--J l... Parcel 1 (Strip B) . 0l'l'SE me., a California Corporation By: ~~""A (I_~ oJ: ~u.-/ oonnalee Salzgeber, tary STA'lE CF CAI..IFOJNIA ) )SS COtNlY CF 8m WIS CBISPO ) en ~~ f 4 ~~f4, before me, the undersigned, a Notary Public in or d Cam~ tate, personally appeared I:01NAIEE S1lLZGEBER, Jcnom to me to be the Secretary of the corporatia1 that executed the wi thin instrument, knam to me or prcwed to me on the basis of satisfactory widenoe to be the person WOO executed me wi thin instunent on behalf of the corporation therein nanad, and ac:knc:Mledged to me that sudl corporation executed the wi thin ~7?m ZZ/L~clrn@af 1m 00ar0 =.::-" ~gna e ~ l.- . .... . JENNIFER L. BECKER Notary p-~bllC-Calo1ornli .~:. SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNtv .'. 101, CC"I!'I EiCII Ja" 16 1990 END OF DOQLlME..'t 5 A -. 8.j. MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL/REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY BOARD OF DIRECTORS FROM: LYNDA K. SNODGRASS, DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICES ~ SUBJECT: ACCEPTANCE OF AUDITED ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORTS DATE: JANUARY 23, 2001 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended that the City Council/Redevelopment Agency Board of Directors receive and file the respective Audited Annual Financial Reports for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2000. FUNDING: There is no fiscal impact from this action. DISCUSSION: The firm of Vavrinek, Trine, Day & Co., LLP was hired to audit the City of Arroyo Grande's/Redevelopment Agency's financial records for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2000. 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 early July 2000. 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. This year the auditors did not issue a Management Letter, as it was determined that the internal control procedures established by the City meet established standards. In November of 2000 an audit was conducted on the 1999-00 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 revenues of approximately $150,400 more than budgeted, expenditures of approximately $197,700 less than budgeted, which resulted in an unbudgeted increase to the fund balance of the General Fund of approximately $348,100. The revenue increase was primarily the result of engineering inspection fees ACCEPTANCE OF AUDITED ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORTS Page 2 ($94,400) for two housing developments. Expenditure containment by City departments accounted for approximately $109,700 while the delay of CIP projects funded by the General Fund reduced the capital transfers by $87,900. The fund balance for the General Fund is $456,382 as of June 30, 2000. 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, i.e. the financial impact of a Y2K failure on January 1, 2000. An Adverse Opinion indicates that the agency has major accounting and/or internal control issues. F or the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 2000, the City of Arroyo Grande and the Redevelopment Agency received Unqualified Opinions. 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: APPLICANT: City of Arroyo Grande LOCATION: Citywide PROPOSAL: The City Council is requested to review and approve proposed projects to be funded with the City's allocation of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds for Fiscal Year 2000-01. 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: Kerry McCants, Community Development Director In compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), it has been determined pursuant to Section 15061 (b)( 1) of the CEQA Guidelines that the activity is not a project as determined in Section 15378. Any person affected or concerned by this issue 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 Commynity 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, January 23,2001 at 7:00 P.M. Place of Hearing: Arroyo Grande City Council Chambers 215 E. Branch Street Arroyo Grande, California 93420 ~/1Ji)PJ-- e, Director of Administrative Servicesl Deputy City Clerk Publish 1T, Friday, January 12, 2001 MEMORANDUM TO: CITY COUNCIL \ ; FROM: KERRY L. MCCANTS, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR' BY: TERESA MCCLISH, ASSISTANT PLANNER SUBJECT: PRELIMINARY APPROVAL OF FISCAL YEAR 2000-2001 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROJECTS (CDBG) DATE: JANUARY 23, 2001 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended the City Council provide preliminary approval on the proposed funding of Fiscal Year 2000-2001 CDBG projects. FISCAL IMPACT: The County has estimated that approximately $151,999 in CDGB funds will be available to the City on August 8, 2001. The total amount requested from the applications received is $219,000 ($249,399 including project administration). DISCUSSION: 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. The objectives are: 1. Benefit primarily to families with incomes below 80 percent of the median for the county. 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. CDBG regulations stipulate that at least 70% of all funds be spent on activities that benefit low income persons, no more than 30% may be spent on activities that eliminate blight. Staff Report: CDGB Applications January 23, 2001 Page 2 City departments and several private and public non-profit agencies were notified that the City would accept applications for funding until January 8, 2001. Applications have been received from: . Economic Opportunity Commission of San Luis Obispo County, Inc. (3) . Community Development Department, City of Arroyo Grande . Building and Fire Department, City of Arroyo Grande . Public Works Department, City of Arroyo Grande . Food Bank Coalition of the Central Coast . Camp Fire Council of the Central Coast Refer to Attachment 2 (CDBG applications) for specifics. The City Council is requested to review the applications, which have been submitted, and determine which projects should be recommended to the County for funding. The cooperative agreements between the County and the cities give the cities great discretion regarding their allocations of funds. Unless a City's recommendation to the County for funding is clearly in conflict with CDBG regulations the County will approve the recommendation. The final decision for funding priority is scheduled for the City Council's March 13, 2001 public hearing. ALTERNATIVES: Staff has prepared three (3)-funding alternatives for the Council's consideration. Alternative Number 1 emphasizes the funding of City projects. Alternative Number 2 reflects a greater emphasis on contribution to regional programs while providing funding for most of the City projects. Alternative Number 3 places emphasis on regional programs with reduced funding of City projects. In all the alternatives, funding for EOC projects and the Food Bank are based on the proportion of the population expected to be served in the City. Program Administration consists of staffs time (City Manager, Community Development Director, Financial Services Director, Assistant Planner, Accounting Supervisor, and Secretarial/Clerical staff) to ensure compliance with all the requirements of the program. CDBG programs are noted for the significant amount of paperwork to administer. Staff is recommending the Council approve the maximum amount of program administration authorized by HUD. Since there were funding delays for the 1999-2000 program year, last year's projects are just being funded now and actual costs for program administration cannot yet be calculated. However, any unused administration funds from this year or last year can be rolled over to next year's allocation and applied to proposed projects. It should be noted that the City's proposal to upgrade the Woman's Club/Community Center includes an emergency generator for $45,000. The County has determined that the equipment is not considered eligible according to CDBG regulations and therefore staff removed the cost from the recommended proposed allocation alternatives. Staff Report: CDGB Applications January 23,2001 Page 3 Alternative #1 (Recommended Alternative) PROJECT AMOUNT PROPOSED REQUESTED ALLOCATION 1. Program Administration $ 30,399 (allowed $ 30,399 amount) 2. Economic Opportunity Commission of San Luis $ 2,000 $0 Obispo - Health Services 3. Economic Opportunity Commission of San Luis $ 2,000 $0 Obispo - Senior Health Screening Program 4. Economic Opportunity Commission of San Luis $ 25,000 $0 Obispo - Home Repair 5. City of Arroyo Grande Public Works - Cedar Street $86,000 $86,000 Sidewalk 6. City of Arroyo Grande Building and Fire - ADA $71,000 $26,000 Upgrade Woman's Club! Community Center 7. Community Development Department - Code $15,000 $9,600 Enforcement Officer 8. Food Bank Coalition of the Central Coast. - $16,000 $0 Property Acquisition 9. Camp Fire Boys and Girls of the Central Coast $2,000 $0 TOTAL $249,399 $151,999 Alternative #2: PROJECT AMOUNT PROPOSED REQUESTED ALLOCATION 1. Program Administration $ 30,399 (allowed $ 30,399 amount) 2. Economic Opportunity Commission of San Luis $ 2,000 $ 2000 Obispo - Health Services 3. Economic Opportunity Commission of San Luis $ 2,000 $ 2,000 Obispo - Senior Health Screening Program 4. Economic Opportunity Commission of San Luis $ 25,000 $ 12,000 Obispo - Home Repair 5. City of Arroyo Grande Public Works - Cedar Street $86,000 $70,000 Sidewalk 6. City of Arroyo Grande Building and Fire - ADA $71,000 $26,000 Upgrade Woman's Club! Community Center 7. Community Development Department - Code $15,000 $9,600 Enforcement Officer 8. Food Bank Coalition of the Central Coast - $16,000 $0 Property Acquisition 9. Camp Fire Boys and Girls of the Central Coast $2,000 $0 TOTAL $249,399 $151,999 Staff Report: CDGB Applications January 23, 2001 Page 4 Alternative #3: PROJECT AMOUNT PROPOSED REQUESTED ALLOCATION 1. Program Administration $ 30,399 $ 30,399 (allowed amount) 2. Economic Opportunity Commission of San $ 2,000 $ 2,000 Luis Obispo - Health Services 3. Economic Opportunity Commission of San $ 2,000 $ 2,000 Luis Obispo - Senior Health Screening Program 4. Economic Opportunity Commission of San $ 25,000 $ 25,000 Luis Obispo - Home Repair 5. City of Arroyo Grande Public Works - Cedar $86,000 $41,640 Street Sidewalk 6. City of Arroyo Grande Building and Fire- $71,000 $26,000 ADA Upgrade Woman's Club/ Community Center 7. Community Development Department - Code $15,000 $6,960 Enforcement Officer 8. Food Bank Coalition of the Central Coast - $16,000 $16,000 Property Acquisition 9. Camp Fire Boys and Girls of the Central Coast $2,000 $2,000 TOTAL $249,399 $151,999 Attachments: 1) CDGB applications (8) 2) RFP for County of San Luis Obispo 3) Map of LowNery Low Income Area 4) Map of the Arroyo Grande Redevelopment Project Area - (This area is available for funding of projects related to the elimination of blight) ...\._ _ _ ~ . ___ l'vl _ \j I,.VVV A TT ACHMENT 1 RECEIVED COUNTY OF SAN LUIS OBISPO COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) PROG~ 0 8 2001 APPLICATION FOR FUNDING DURING 2001 PROGRAM Y~F f\RROYO GRANDE (Attach additional sheets if necessary) COMMUNITY\)EVELOPMENT DEPT. NOTE: Please review the CDBG regulations before completing this proposal. A copy of a HUD-prepared CDBG eligiblity 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. 1. Name and mailing address of applicant organization, with contact person and phone number: Economic Opportunity Commission of San Luis Obispo County. Inc. 1030 Southwood Drive San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 Jim McNamara, Project Manager (805) 544-4355 2. Title/name of proposed project or activity: Home Repair Program 3. Does the proposed project or activity meet one of the three national objectives of the CDSG program? Please check one of the objectives below that applies to the proposal, and explain on the following page how the project or activity meets the 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 benefrt 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 attached current income limit schedule. 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 thee 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. -1- Eccno;n;c O;fJOrH..:r.::-./ CCmijt':':~::;; ;:.. J:.--: _.~ cw.~~~, ~wt-.. 2001 CDSG Application Organization: 4. Check any of the following eligible activity categories that apply to the proposed project or activity: (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 x 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 - Public services _ Planning studies . -2- Econorn~c O~po:tun:~,' Ccmm:~S1,m c~ San WJ~ O~,spo ~.. . 2001 CDBG Application Organization: 5. Loccstion of proposed project or activity: (Check one or more the following areas) -X- City of Arroyo Grande ---L- City of Grover Beach --X- City of Atascadero _ County-wide _ City of Paso Robles --1L- Unincorporated community of: _ City of San Luis Obispo all unincorporated areas of County 6. What is the total amount of COBG funds requested? $ 120,000.00 7. Proposed COBG budget: (List proposed expenditures by item or cost category) Proposed Distribution of 2000 CDBG Funds Proposed Expenditures City of Atascadero $25,000 Program Salaries $80,023 City of Grover Beach 25,000 Construction Material 21,684 City of Arroyo Grande 25,000 Vehicles, Equipment 3,348 County Unincorporated Areas 45,000 Rent, Utilities 2,696 Total CDBG Funds $120,000 Program Supplies 3,360 Administration 8,889 120,000 8. Identify source and amount of any non-CDBG funding committed to the project: Leveraged funds from programs available to low-income households for the installation of energy conservation. measures, insulation, weatherization, furnace repair and replacement, and related minor home repairs. All homes receiving home repair services will also receive weatherization services, furnace repair & replacement (if needed) and utility payment assistance. Funds listed below are available countywide: Southern California Gas Co. $ 64,000 Pacific Gas.& Electric Co. 74,700 California Dept. of Community Services and Development 330,000 U.S. Department of Energy 29,000 Area Agency on Aging 12,000 $525,000 -3- EX:10m;c O~po;:ur:.::, Com;nl~:;:cn c. San LuiS O~IS?J (~j,;; . 2001 CDBG Application Organization: 9. Describe, and if possible, document severity of community development need/s that result in the a need for the proposed project or activity, including possible consequences of not funding the project now. 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 individuals. Needed repairs include the removal of architectural barriers that restrict disabled and elderly 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. -4- I:comYT!k: O:Jportun:>: CommiSSion c; San i..U~ OJI~ i:.;wnrj 2001 COBG Application Organization: 10. . Description of proposed project or activity, including schedule of milestones and description of how project will benefit the target population: Provide home repair services for very 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 barriers (installation of wheelchair ramps, 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, ovens, ranges and furnaces). The program will have an overall goal of assisting 68 very low income households. Refer to page six of this proposal for specific City and unincorporated area goals. The target population will be reached through EOC's existing outreach network and by the promotion of the service through other social service agencies, non-profit 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 as requested, the program will be able to remain in continuous operation for the year, allowing EOC to address emergency needs of clients as they arise while maintaining a small crew of home repair technicians year around to handle 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. Quarterly benchmark goals can be established with each contracting City and the County for expenditures and the number of clients to be assisted. In addition to completing needed home repairs, clients will be advised of a wide range of services available to the lower income population through EOC and other social service organizations. If eligible for one of EOC's weatherization programs, clients will also receive attic insulation, weatherstripping, water heater blankets, replacement of doors and windows, water saving devices, compact fluorescent lights and energy conservation education. -5- Eccnom:C uppomJ:'1.:\' U1mmISS!Qn cr ::ian LuiS Ui:>Jspo (.;our), 2001 CDBG Application Organization: 11. . Persons the proposed activity is targeted to serve: (If the project serves persons in an geographic area, instead of on a limited-clientele basis, please attach a map of the area of benefit and list the census block groups) a. Total number of families (or persons) to benefit? 68 total households 26 in unincorporated areas of County, 14 each in Atascadero, Arroyo Grande and b. How many of them will be low-income? Grover Beach c. How many of them will be very low-income? 68 All 68 households will be very low income 12. Description of specific group/s proposed to implement project or activity: (Single or multiple groups, with roles; public, non-profit or for-profit; experience; etc.) EOC has over 35 years of experience serving the low-income community in San Luis Obispo as a non-profit community-based organization. The home repair project will benefit from EOC's extensive contacts with other non-profit and public social service agencies including the Department of Social Services, Area Agency on Aging, Tri- County Regional Center, Lifesteps, SLO Transitions and the Social Security Administration. There is also strong support from the private sector through existing contracts with PG&E and Southern California Gas Company. I certify that the information in this application is true and accurate to the best of my ability and knowledge. / {-' "r'~ /-1-tJj' i ~ttit__ ~~- . Sign ure Date Elizabeth Steinberg Executive Director Printed or typed name Title -6- RECEIVED . JAN 0 8 2001 CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE CITY OF ARROYO GRANDE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (C~UNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPT.