MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2015, 4:00 P.M.
CITY HALL, COUNCIL CHAMBER
735 ANACAPA STREET, SANTA BARBARA, CA
SPECIAL JOINT MEETING AGENDA
Order of Business:
1. Call to Order and Roll Call: 4:00 P.M.
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Public Comments
During this time, the Mayor and Board of Trustees President will acknowledge requests to speak on a topic not on the agenda, but within the subject matter jurisdiction of the City Council and the Santa Barbara City College Board of Trustees. Persons wishing to address the Council and Board are requested to complete a “Speaker Card” prior to this agenda item. Comments on regular agenda items are taken at the time the item is considered.
4. Statement of Purpose for Joint Meeting
Presenters: Helene Schneider, Mayor
Dr. Marianne Kugler, Board of Trustees President
Agenda Items 5 and 6 are based on written reports. Please note that the Board of Trustees and City Council may give staff direction on any of these items, but will not be taking final action.
See the written report prepared by Rich Hanna, City Recreation Manager, and Joe Sullivan, SBCC Vice President, Business Services.
See the written report prepared by George Buell, City Community Development Director, Sgt. Riley Harwood, Santa Barbara Police Department, Benjamin Partee, SBCC Dean of Student Affairs and Joe Sullivan, SBCC Vice President, Business Services.
7. Status Report on SBCC Program Location and Land Use Master Plan (PLLUMP)
The SBCC Program Location and Land Use Master Plan (PLLUMP) process began in Spring 2014 with the ultimate goal of developing a Facilities Master Plan over the course of 2-3 years. The college hired Anderson Brule Architects to work closely with college constituencies to identify current facility and land-use challenges and opportunities, and to develop a program that responds and provides a framework for development over the next 15 years. To effectively execute this large scale and comprehensive planning effort the PLLUMP process has been divided into three steps. Step 1 (Discovery) and Step 2 (Program) focused on defining and improving current campus program locations and are close to completion. Step 3 will focus on development of the Facilities Master Plan and will commence later this month. Additionally, Aesthetic Design Standards (ADS) for the exterior of the three campuses have been developed as a part of Step 2. The ADS will help the college better articulate a unified vision for the three campuses and will provide direction and a consistent design vocabulary for future development and renovations. Further information on PLLUMP is available on the college's website:
8. Additional Matters for Placement on a Future Agenda
This is an opportunity for Board and Council Members, and the Superintendent and City Administrator, to consider other matters of mutual interest for placement on an agenda for a future meeting.
9. Adjournment of Joint Meeting