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CITY OF SANTA BARBARA

CITY COUNCIL

 

JANUARY 12, 2016

AGENDA

 

REGULAR MEETING – 2:00 P.M.

 

AFTERNOON SESSION

CALL TO ORDER

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL

CEREMONIAL ITEMS

1.            Subject:  Comments By Outgoing Councilmember Francisco

2.            Subject:  Recognition Of Outgoing Councilmember Francisco

3.            Subject:  Comments By The Public

4.            Subject:  Affirmation Of Allegiance By Councilmembers Cathy Murillo And Randy Rowse, And Councilmember-Elect Jason Dominguez

5.            Subject:  Presentation Of Certificates Of Election

6.            Subject:  Seating Of Newly-Installed Councilmembers

7.            Subject:  Comments By Councilmembers Dominguez, Murillo, And Rowse

8.            Subject:  Presentation Of Poem By City Of Santa Barbara Poet Laureate

9.            Subject:  Comments By The Public

RECESS

ROLL CALL OF NEW COUNCIL

CEREMONIAL ITEMS (CONT’D)

10.         Subject:  Employee Recognition - Service Award Pins (410.01)

Recommendation:  That Council authorize the City Administrator to express the City's appreciation to employees who are eligible to receive service award pins for their years of service through January 31, 2016.

 

CHANGES TO THE AGENDA

PUBLIC COMMENT

CONSENT CALENDAR

CITY COUNCIL

11.         Subject:  Minutes

Recommendation:  That Council waive further reading and approve the minutes of the regular meeting of December 15, 2015, and the cancelled regular meetings of December 22 and 29, 2015, and January 5, 2016.

 

12.         Subject:  A Resolution Denying The Appeal And Upholding The Decision Of The Architectural Board of Review To Grant Project Design Approval For A Proposed Accessory Dwelling Unit And Two New Garages at 806 Alberta Avenue (640.07)

Recommendation:  That Council adopt, by reading of title only, A Resolution of the Council of the City of Santa Barbara Denying the Appeal and Upholding the Decision of the Architectural Board of Review to Grant Project Design Approval for a Proposed Accessory Dwelling Unit and Two New Garages at 806 Alberta Avenue, pursuant to Council's direction of November 17, 2015.

 

13.         Subject:  Introduction Of Ordinance To Prohibit Parking Over 72 Hours In City-Owned Parking Lots (550.01)

Recommendation:  That Council introduce and subsequently adopt, by reading of title only, An Ordinance of the Council of the City of Santa Barbara Amending the Municipal Code by Adding Section 10.44.153 Regarding Penalties for Vehicle Parking Over 72 Hours Upon Municipally-Owned Parking Lots, and Amending Section 10.44.152 Pertaining to Regulation of Parking Upon Municipally-Owned and/or -Operated Parking Lots.

 

14.         Subject:  Downtown Santa Barbara Annual Assessment Report For 2016 And Intention To Levy (290.00)

Recommendation:  That Council:

A.        Approve the Downtown and Old Town Business Improvement District Annual Assessment Report for 2016; and

B.        Adopt, by reading of title only, A Resolution of the Council of the City of Santa Barbara Declaring Council's Intention to Levy Downtown Business Improvement District and Old Town Business Improvement District Assessment Rates for 2016, at a Public Hearing to be Held on February 23, 2016, at 2:00 p.m.

 

15.         Subject:  Sole Source Purchase Of Public Trash And Recycling Containers (630.01)

Recommendation:  That Council approve, on a sole source basis, the purchase of two styles of public trash and recycling containers for the Environmental Services Division for the next five-year period, in accordance with Section 4.52.070(K) of the Municipal Code.

 

16.         Subject:  Adoption Of Ordinance For A Lease Agreement With Breakwater Restaurant (330.04)

Recommendation:  That Council adopt, by reading of title only, An Ordinance of the Council of the City of Santa Barbara Approving a Five-Year Lease Agreement with Two Five-Year Options Dated as of December 8, 2015, with Stephen and Sharon DeDecker, Doing Business As Breakwater Restaurant, at an Average Initial Base Rent of $8,794.36 per Month, Allocated Seasonally, for the 4,053 Square-Foot Restaurant Located at 107 Harbor Way, Effective February 11, 2016.

 

17.         Subject:  Adoption Of Ordinance For Zoning Information Reports Process Improvements - Minor Zoning Exceptions (640.09)

Recommendation:  That Council adopt, by reading of title only, An Ordinance of the Council of the City of Santa Barbara Amending Chapter 28.92 to Add Section 28.92.130 to the Municipal Code Regarding Minor Zoning Exceptions For Errors in Zoning Information Reports.

 

18.         Subject:  Adoption Of Ordinances For Successor Agency Transfer Of Property To The City And City Acceptance Of Property And Assumption Of Obligations (620.03)

Recommendation:  That Council:

A.        Adopt, by reading of title only, An Ordinance of the Council of the City of Santa Barbara Accepting All Right, Title and Interest to the Real Property Described Herein, Subject to Certain Existing Leasehold Interests, Agreements, and Other Encumbrances on the Multiple Parcels of Real Property, Which Are Together Most Commonly Known As "Paseo Nuevo Retail Center," Owned By the Successor Agency to the Former Redevelopment Agency of the City of Santa Barbara, and Authorizing the City Administrator to Execute Such Agreements and Related Documents as Necessary to Effectuate the Transfer of Real Property Interests to the City of Santa Barbara; and

B.        Adopt, by reading of title only, An Ordinance of the Council of the City of Santa Barbara Accepting and Assuming For Public Transportation, Public Parking, and All Related Purposes All Right, Title and Interest to the "Governmental Purpose" Real Property Described Herein, Which Are Together Most Commonly Known As "Santa Barbara Railroad Depot," Owned by the Successor Agency to the Former Redevelopment Agency of the City of Santa Barbara, and Authorizing the City Administrator to Execute Such Agreements and Related Documents as Necessary to Effectuate Such Transfer of Real Property Interests to the City of Santa Barbara.

 

19.         Subject:  Reject Bid Protest For Secondary Process Improvements Project At The Wastewater Treatment Plant (540.13)

Recommendation:  That Council reject Shimmick Construction Company, Inc.'s bid protest of Stanek Constructors, Inc. apparent lowest bid for the Secondary Process Improvements Project, Bid No. 3737.

 

20.         Subject: Central Library Renovation And Furniture Sole Source Agreements (570.04)

Recommendation:  That Council:

A.        Approve, and authorize the Acting Library Director to execute, a sole source award of a purchase order in the amount of $107,096 and $10,710 for extra services to Yamada Enterprises for a custom furniture purchase for the main floor at 40 E. Anapamu Street;

B.        Approve, and authorize the Acting Library Director to execute, a purchase order for a sole source award in the amount of $15,605 and $1,560 for extra services to Architectural Millwork for custom millwork for the main floor at 40 E. Anapamu Street;

C.        Approve, and authorize the Acting Library Director to execute, a sole source award of a purchase order in the amount of $9,866 and $987 for extra services to Tri County Office Furniture for custom furniture purchase for the main floor at 40 E. Anapamu Street; and

D.        Increase appropriations and estimated revenues by $250,214 in the Library's Capital Outlay Fund funded with $97,000 from the Library Department's General Fund Professional Services budget for north wing renovation work; and $153,214 from the Fenton Davis Trust for main floor furniture and extra services that may result from necessary changes.

 

21.         Subject:  Short-Term Residential Rental Subpoenas (640.09)

Recommendation:  That Council receive certified copies of subpoenaed records related to unlawful vacation rentals that are subject to the City's Ordinance prohibiting their operation.

 

22.         Subject:  Designation Of Proposed Development At 402 South Hope Avenue As A Community Benefit Project (640.09)

Recommendation:  That Council designate the proposed project at 402 South Hope Avenue as a Community Benefit Project pursuant to Santa Barbara Municipal Code Subsection 28.85.020.A.3, and allocate 4,447 square feet of nonresidential floor area to the project from the Nonresidential Growth Management Program's Community Benefit Category.

 

SUCCESSOR AGENCY

23.         Subject:  Contract Amendment For The Cabrillo Pavilion And Bathhouse Renovation Project (570.07)

Recommendation:  That the Successor Agency:

A.        Authorize the Executive Director to execute a contract amendment between the Successor Agency and Kruger Bensen Ziemer Architects, Inc., to amend the scope of services for the Cabrillo Pavilion and Bathhouse Renovation Project to increase Phase A of the contract amount by $68,300; and

B.        Authorize the Executive Director to approve extra services as necessary, in an amount not to exceed $6,830.

 

24.         Subject:  Transfer Of Calle Cesar Chavez Property To Successor Agency (620.03)

Recommendation:  

A.        That Council introduce and subsequently adopt, by reading of title only, An Ordinance of the Council of the City of Santa Barbara Approving the Transfer of All Right, Title and Interest to the Real Property Commonly Known As the "Calle Cesar Chavez Properties," Owned by the City of Santa Barbara, a Municipal Corporation, and the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Santa Barbara, and Authorizing the City Administrator to Execute Such Documents as Necessary to Effectuate Such Transfer of Real Property Interests to the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Santa Barbara; and

B.        That the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Santa Barbara adopt, by reading of title only, A Resolution of the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Santa Barbara Accepting and Assuming All Right, Title and Interest to the Real Property Commonly Known As the "Calle Cesar Chavez Properties," Owned by the City of Santa Barbara, a Municipal Corporation, and the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Santa Barbara, and Authorizing the Executive Director to Execute Such Documents as Necessary to Effectuate Such Transfer of Real Property Interests to the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Santa Barbara.

 

NOTICES

25.         The City Clerk has on Thursday, January 7, 2016, posted this agenda in the Office of the City Clerk, on the City Hall Public Notice Board on the outside balcony of City Hall, and on the Internet.

26.         Cancellation of the regular City Council meeting of January 19, 2016.

 

This concludes the Consent Calendar.

CITY COUNCIL ADMINISTRATIVE AND ATTORNEY REPORTS

CITY ATTORNEY

27.         Subject:  Introduction Of Ordinance Regulating Cultivation Of Marijuana (640.09)

Recommendation:  That Council:

A.        Receive a report from the City Attorney's Office outlining the Planning Commission's list of concerns regarding the proposed marijuana cultivation ordinance; and

B.        Introduce and subsequently adopt, by reading of title only, An Ordinance of the Council of the City of Santa Barbara Adding Section 28.87.300 to the Santa Barbara Municipal Code to Regulate Cannabis Cultivation.

 

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

28.         Subject:  Introduction Of Ordinance To Allow Taxicab Loading And Unloading In Green, Yellow, And White Zones (530.05)

Recommendation:  That Council introduce and subsequently adopt, by reading of title only, An Ordinance of the Council of the City of Santa Barbara Amending Chapter 10.48 of the Municipal Code by Amending Sections 10.48.110, Taxicab Stands - Curb Markings, and 10.48.130, Taxicab Parking.

 

29.         Subject:  Drought Update And Annual Water Supply Management Report (540.05)

Recommendation:  That Council:

A.        Receive an update on the status of the current drought, drought-response capital projects, and continuing conservation efforts; and

B.        Approve and adopt the City of Santa Barbara Water Supply Management Report for the 2015 water year, finding that groundwater resources are in long-term balance in accordance with the conjunctive management element of the City's Long-Term Water Supply Plan.

 

30.         Subject:  Increase In Construction Change Order Authority For The Charles E. Meyer Desalination Facility (540.10)

Recommendation:  That Council:

A.        Authorize an increase in the Public Works Director's Change Order Authority to approve expenditures for extra work for the contract for the Charles E. Meyer Desalination Facility with IDE Americas, Inc., Contract No. 25,221, in the amount of $2,300,000, for a total Project expenditure authority of $47,601,654;

B.        Authorize an increase in the Public Works Director's Change Order Authority to approve expenditures for extra services for the contract for Owner Support Services for the Charles E. Meyer Desalination Facility with Carollo Engineers, Inc., Contract No. 25,222, in the amount of $62,898, for a total Project expenditure authority of $2,298,782; and

C.        Authorize the Public Works Director to amend and increase a City Professional Services Contract, subject to approval as to form by the City Attorney, with Patrick Tumamait, Contract No. 21600039, in an amount of $35,100, for a total Project expenditure authority of $70,000.

 

MAYOR AND COUNCIL REPORTS

31.         Subject:  Appointment Of Mayor Pro Tempore, Ordinance Committee, and Finance Committee (130.01)

Recommendation:  That Council consider the appointment of a Mayor Pro Tempore, and Chairs and Members of the Ordinance and Finance Committees.

 

COUNCIL AND STAFF COMMUNICATIONS

COUNCILMEMBER COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENT REPORTS

PUBLIC COMMENT (IF NECESSARY)

ADJOURNMENT