City Council Meeting - 9/11/2013

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  • Moment of Silence and Reflection

  • Pledge of Allegiance / Roll Call

  • Palomar Health

  • 2013 Pollution Prevention Week

  • Constitution Week

  • Oral Communications

  • Council Comments

  • Consent Calendar

  • LONG-FORM RENT REVIEW BOARD HEARING FOR SUNDANCE MOBILEHOME PARK (CASE #: 0697-20-9917)

    Consent Calendar Item 10

  • AUTHORIZATION TO PURCHASE ONE (1) 100-FOOT AERIAL PLATFORM FIRE TRUCK - Request Council approve the purchase of one (1) 100-foot Aerial Platform Fire Truck from the Sutphen Corporation utilizing a joint purchase "tag-on" to an existing contract with the Orange County Fire Authority; and authorize entering into a seven (7) year lease purchase agreement with Leasing 2, Incorporated

    Consent Calendar Item 5

  • CONSTRUCTION COOPERATION AGREEMENT: SAN DIEGO COUNTY’S BEAR VALLEY PARKWAY NORTH ROAD WIDENING PROJECT AND BUDGET ADJUSTMENT - Request Council authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a Construction Cooperation Agreement with the County of San Diego for the Bear Valley Parkway (San Pasqual to Boyle) project; and approve a budget adjustment.

    Consent Calendar Item 6

  • ADOPT RESOLUTION APPROVING SAFE HARBORS UNDER THE PATIENT PROTECTION AND AFFORDABLE CARE ACT - Request Council approve designating look-back measurement periods and other safe harbors per the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

    Consent Calendar Item 8

  • SONOMA COURT RESYNDICATION AND REHABILITATION – 508 E. MISSION AVENUE (FILE NO.: 0873-05) - Request Council authorize Escondido Gardens LP, consisting of Affirmed Housing Group and San Diego County SER/jobs for Progress, Inc., to resyndicate and allow the new syndicate to assume current affordable housing loans in order to apply for financing for the rehabilitation of the buildings and grounds of Sonoma Court, located at 508 East Mission Avenue; and authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a development agreement and all necessary loan and supporting agreements with Escondido Family Housing Partners, LP in a form acceptable to the City Attorney.

    Consent Calendar Item 9

  • ZONING CODE AMENDMENT TO ALLOW STATE-MANDATED COTTAGE FOOD OPERATIONS IN RESIDENTIAL UNITS, HOME OCCUPATION PERMITS FOR EXISTING NONCONFORMING RESIDENTIAL UNITS AND GENERAL CLEANUP OF THE NONCONFORMING CODE (CASE AZ 13-0004) - Request Council determine that the CEQA Notice of Exemption is complete and adequate for the project; and approve amendments to the Escondido Zoning Code Chapter 33, Article 16: Commercial Zones; Articles 26: Industrial Zones; Article 44: Home Occupations; Article 56: Miscellaneous Development Standards; Article 57: Miscellaneous Use Restrictions; and Article 61, Division 3: Nonconforming Uses and Structures

    Public Hearing Item 11

  • BID AWARD FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF OPERATIONS BUILDING AT HALE AVENUE RESOURCE RECOVERY FACILITY (HARRF) AND BUDGET ADJUSTMENT - Request Council authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a Public Improvement Agreement with Keeton Construction Co., Inc. in the amount of $5,489,000 for the construction of the Operations Building at the Hale Avenue Resource Recovery Facility (HARRF); and approve a budget adjustment in the amount of $1,318,143.

    Current Business Item 12

  • INITIATION OF AN ANNEXATION AND PREZONE FOR AN 11.3 ACRE PARCEL LOCATED AT THE NORTHERLY TERMINUS OF AMANDA LANE, NORTH OF GAMBLE LANE, ADDRESSED AS 2115 AMANDA LANE (AMANDA LANE ANNEXATION INITIATION) - Request Council consider the request from New Urban West, Inc. to initiate an Annexation and Prezone to facilitate a proposal for a planned residential development on approximately 11.3 acres of land.

    Current Business Item 13

  • GRAFFITI PREVENTION AND REMOVAL WORKSHOP - Request Council provide direction to staff on the proposed content of a Graffiti Management Plan and Policy to address graffiti.

    Workshop 14

  • PRELIMINARY CITY COUNCIL ACTION PLAN – PUBLIC SAFETY - Request Council provide direction to staff on the proposed content of the Public Safety element of the 2013-2014 City Council Action Plan.

    Workshop 15

  • Oral Communications