CITY OF SANTA CRUZ

809 Center Street

Santa Cruz, California  95060

 

 

CITY COUNCIL AGENDA

Regular Meeting

 

February 14, 2017

1:30 p.m.

Closed Litigation Session, Courtyard Conference Room

2:00 p.m.

Consent, General Business and Public Hearings, Council Chambers

 

 

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Council meetings are cablecast on Comcast Channel 25 or Channel 26. 

 

Written material for every item listed in the open sessions is available for review at the Downtown Branch Library Reference Desk.

 

Time limits set by Council Policy are guidelines.  Unless otherwise specified, procedures for all items, except those approved in one motion on the Consent Agenda, are:

 

·         Staff Presentation

·         Public comment - 2 minutes each; maximum total time may be established by the Presiding Officer at the beginning of the item

·         Council deliberation and action

 

The City of Santa Cruz does not discriminate against persons with disabilities.  Out of consideration for people with chemical sensitivities we ask that you attend fragrance free.  Upon request, the agenda can be provided in a format to accommodate special needs.  Additionally, if you wish to attend this public meeting and will require assistance such as an interpreter for American Sign Language, Spanish, or other special equipment, please call the City Clerk’s Department at 420-5030 at least five days in advance so that we can arrange for such special assistance, or email CityClerk@cityofsantacruz.com. The Cal-Relay system number: 1-800-735-2922.

 


 

Closed Litigation Session

 

1:30 PM

 

Closed Session

 

A.

Conference With Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation (Government Code §54956.9(d)(1)).

 

 

Gloucester County School Board v. G.G. (SCOTUS Docket No. 16-273)

 


 

City Council

 

2:00 PM

 

Call to Order

 

Roll Call

 

Pledge of Allegiance

 

Introduction of New Employees

 

Presentations

 

1.

Silicon Valley Leadership Group Red Tape to Red Carpet Award - Green Wharf

 

 

2.

Parking for Hope Check Presentation

 

 

3.

Recognition of Santa Cruz Police Chief Kevin Vogel for 30 Years of Service to the City

 

Presiding Officer's Announcements

 

Statements of Disqualifications

 

Additions and Deletions

 

City Attorney Report on Closed Session

 

City Manager Report - The City Manager will report on events since the last council meeting.

 

Consent Agenda

 

4.

Minutes of the January 24, 2017 City Council Meeting (CC)

 

 

Motion to approve as submitted.

 

 

5.

Minutes of the January 24, 2017 Successor Agency Meeting (CC)

 

 

Motion to approve as submitted.

 

Consent Agenda (continued)

 

6.

AMENDED Minutes of the January 10, 2017 City Council Meeting (CC)

 

 

Motion to approve as submitted.

 

 

7.

Appointment of Councilmembers Terrazas (regular) and Mathews (alternate) to the Library Finance Authority Board (LFAB) (CC)

 

 

Motion to appoint Councilmember David Terrazas as a regular member and Councilmember Cynthia Mathews as an alternate member to the Library Finance Authority Board.

 

 

8.

Amended and Restated Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement and a Joint Community Facilities Agreement for the Library Facilities Financing Authority (CM)

 

 

Motion to approve:  1) an Amended and Restated Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement and 2) a Joint Community Facilities Agreement for the Library Facilities Financing Authority.

 

 

9.

Affordable Housing Working Group Update (CM)

 

 

Motion to accept the update and authorize the Mayor to appoint two Councilmembers to join an informal community-led working group to explore revenue development for affordable housing.

 

 

10.

Homelessness Governance Ad-Hoc Committee Appointments (CN)

 

 

Motion to approve the appointment of Mayor Chase as the City of Santa Cruz’s City Council representative to the County-led Homelessness Governance Ad-Hoc Committee and the appointment of the Assistant City Manager as the City Manager’s Office staff appointment to the Committee.

 

 

11.

First Alarm Services for Downtown Garages - Budget Adjustment (PW)

 

 

Resolution appropriating funds and amending the FY 2017 budget in the amount of $90,000 to fund the security patrols in Downtown Parking Facilities.

 

Consent Agenda (continued)

 

12.

Corporation Yard Solid Waste Division Locker Room Remodel Project (c401512) – Notice of Completion (PW)

 

 

Motion to accept the work of Innovation Construction (San Leandro, CA) as completed per the plans and specifications and authorize the filing of the Notice of Completion for the Solid Waste Division Locker Room Remodel Project (c401512).

 

 

13.

Encroachment Permit for Installation and Maintenance of Fiberoptic Network for Crown Castle  (PW)

 

 

Resolution granting an encroachment permit to Crown Castle for the installation and maintenance of underground and aerial fiberoptic line at various locations within the City’s right-of-way.

 

 

14.

Neary Lagoon Tule and Sediment Removal Project (m409668) – Authorization to Advertise.  (PW)

 

 

Motion to approve the plans and specifications for the Neary Lagoon Tule and Sediment Removal Project (m409668) and authorize staff to advertise for bids.  The City Manager is hereby authorized and directed to execute the contract as authorized by Resolution NS-27,563.

 

 

15.

Tait Wells Replacement Project – Design and Construction Support Services – Contract Amendment No. 2 (WT)

 

 

Motion to ratify Contract Amendment No. 2 with Luhdorff and Scalmanini Consulting Engineers (Woodland, CA) for design and construction support services for the Tait Wells Replacement Project in a form approved by the City Attorney.

 

 

End Consent Agenda

 


 

General Business

 

16.

Motion to Issue a Request for Proposals for a Santa Cruz Bike Share System (ED/PL/PW)

 

 

Motion to authorize the issuance of a Request for Proposals (RFP) for a no-cost bike share system and direct the City Manager to execute a Service Agreement for a bicycle sharing system for the City of Santa Cruz in a form acceptable to the City Attorney.

 

 

17.

Resolution to Maintain Trust and Safety for Local Immigrants Outreach and Review: Deferral to February 28, 2017 (CM)

 

 

Motion to accept the update on the status of the Resolution to Maintain Trust and Safety for Local Immigrants outreach and review process.

 

 

18.

Affordable Housing – Community Outreach and Engagement Plan (CN)

 

 

Motion to implement and authorize staff support of a 2017 outreach strategy to engage the Santa Cruz community on the history, drivers and potential solutions to the local housing crisis with an expected launch in March 2017, and include $10,000 in the FY 2017 mid-year budget update for expenses related to this effort.

 

 

19.

Corridor Rezoning Process Update (PL)

 

 

Receive update on the General Plan 2030 Land Use Changes on Major Corridors (Corridor Rezoning) process.

 

Public Hearings

 

20.

FY 2016 Traffic Impact Fee Annual Report (FN)

 

 

Motion to accept and approve the attached FY 2016 Traffic Impact Fee Annual Report.

 


 

Public Hearings (continued)

 

21.

Ordinance Amending Zoning Code Chapter 24.12 of the City of Santa Cruz Municipal Code and the City’s Local Coastal Program to Add Requirements for Electric Vehicle Charging Station Installation and Modifying Bicycle Parking Requirements (PL)

 

 

Introduce for publication an ordinance amending the Zoning Code, Title 24, applicable to electric vehicle charging infrastructure and bicycle parking requirements of the City of Santa Cruz Municipal Code and the City’s Local Coastal Program.

 

 

22.

Interim Urgency Ordinance of the City of Santa Cruz – Extending Interim Urgency Ordinance Amending on an Interim Basis Section 24.08.1380 of Title 24, Chapter 24.08, Part 14 “Residential Demolition/Conversion Authorization Permits” of the City of Santa Cruz Municipal Code (PL)

 

 

Adoption of an Interim Urgency Ordinance of the City of Santa Cruz extending for an additional period of up to three months or until the permanent ordinance become effective, whichever comes first, Urgency Ordinance No. 2017-01 which amended on an interim basis Section 24.08.1380 concerning maintenance and/or replacement of affordable housing in the City of Santa Cruz and declaring the urgency thereof.

 

Oral Communications

 

Council Meeting Calendar

 

23.

The City Council will review the meeting calendar attached to the agenda and revise it as necessary.

 

Council Memberships in City Groups and Outside Agencies

 

24.

The Presiding Officer will provide councilmembers with the opportunity to update Council and the public regarding city groups and outside agencies.

 

Adjournment


 

Advisory Body Appointments

 

The following positions are vacant.  Council will make appointments at a future meeting.

 

Area Agency on Aging (AAA) Advisory Council

One (1) opening, for a citizen alternate

Commission for the Prevention of Violence Against Women

One (1) opening

Downtown Library Advisory Committee

Seven (7) openings

Measure K Oversight Committee

Three (3) openings, Councilmembers Brown, Watkins, and Krohn’s direct appointments

 

Public Hearing

 

If, in the future, you wish to challenge in court any of the matters on this agenda for which a public hearing is to be conducted, you may be limited to raising only those issues which you (or someone else) raised orally at the public hearing or in written correspondence received by the City at or before the hearing.

 

Any person seeking to challenge a City Council decision made as a result of a proceeding in which, by law, a hearing is required to be given, evidence is required to be taken, and the discretion in the determination of facts is vested in the City Council, shall be required to commence that action either 60 days or 90 days following the date on which the decision becomes final as provided in Code of Civil Procedure Section 1094.6  Please refer to code of Civil Procedure 1094.6 to determine how to calculate when a decision becomes “final.” The 60-day rule applies to all public hearings conducted pursuant to the City’s Zoning Ordinance, Title 24, Santa Cruz Municipal Code. The 90-day rule applies to all other public hearings.

 

City Council Agenda Legislative History Addendum

 

No information was submitted.

 

City staff is responsible for providing the City Clerk with such documentation and information for the Legislative History Addendum. The information will be on file in the City Clerk’s Department.

 

The Addendum is a listing of information specific to City Council business, but which does not appear on a Council meeting agenda.  Such entities would include, but not be limited to: Court decisions, Coastal Commission Appeals of City Council actions, Closed Session Agreements/Settlements, which are public record, Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments, Local Agency Formation Commission.

ADDENDUM TO CITY COUNCIL AGENDA – FEBRUARY 14, 2017

INFORMATION ITEMS PREVIOUSLY DISTRIBUTED TO CITY COUNCILMEMBERS

(Copies available in the Central Branch Library at the Reference Desk)

 

City Manager                                        Monthly Grant Report – December 2016

                                                          1/17/16 (CM FYI 220)

 

City Manager (Special Events)                 Downtown Association Sidewalk Sales MARCH-NOVEMBER 2017 (typically last weekend starting Friday and ending Sunday of each month)

                                                          2/2/17 (CM FYI 221)

 

Finance Department                              Portfolio Management Report – Pooled Cash and Investments as of December 31, 2016

                                                          1/24/17 (FN FYI 278)

 

                                                          Portfolio Management Report – Unpooled Cash and Investments as of December 31, 2016

                                                          2/6/17 (FN FYI 279)

 

ADDENDUM TO CITY COUNCIL AGENDA – FEBRUARY 14, 2017

MAYOR’S PROCLAMATIONS

 

1.    Proclaiming February 5, 2017 as “Jan Harwood Day” and encouraging all citizens to join in a celebratory tribute to an unconventional activist for peace and justice.

 

2.    Proclaiming February 19, 2017 as “Brian Murtha Day” and encouraging all citizens to join in a celebratory tribute to an activist for peace, justice, and equality.