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					MURRIETA CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 26442 BECKMAN COURT MURRIETA, CA

JUNE 17, 2003 6:45 PM CLOSED SESSION 7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATOR, ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER LORI MOSS, REGARDING DISPOSITION/SALE OF PROPERTY TO DARLENE CAIN AND ALCAR PROPERTIES, LOCATED AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS ROAD AND I-15, APN 910-041-015 (G.C. 54956.8) By consensus at 6:47 p.m. Council recessed to closed session for the purpose stated above. Present were: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling. Absent: None. Closed session adjourned at 6:55 p.m. CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Richard Ostling called the regular meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling None

ROLL CALL: Present: Absent: PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: INVOCATION: PRESENTATIONS:

Pastor Randy Leisey, United Church of the Valley

PRESENTATION BY YOUTH ACCOUNTABILITY BOARD Greg Gardner presented Mayor Pro Tem Youens with a plaque in recognition of his service on the Youth Accountability Board. PROCLAMATION RECOGNIZING JUNE 23-29, 2003 AS AMATEUR RADIO WEEK, PRESENTED TO DAVE ROTBARD OF THE GOLDEN TRIANGLE AMATEUR RADIO CLUB Mayor Ostling presented the proclamation to Dave Rotbard. Mr. Rotbard conveyed that their 400 members appreciate the opportunity to serve the community. RECOGNITION OF THE CITY AS A CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE MEMBER BY THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Rex Oliver introduced Gene Wunderlich, Board Chair of the Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Wunderlich presented a trophy to the City as a Chairman’s Circle Member. PRESENTATION OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION GOLF TROPHY TO THE CITY OF MURRIETA Dennis Frank and Diane Sessions, Economic Development Corporation of Southwest Riverside County, presented the perpetual trophy to the City of Murrieta team composed of Ken Seumalo, Jim Mackenzie, Roger Scherer and Dennis Blundell. It was the third year in a row that the City of Murrieta team won the golf tournament. APPROVAL OF AGENDA Action: The agenda was unanimously approved on a motion by Seyarto and second by van Haaster.

PUBLIC COMMENTS: Margaret Jones, Murrieta Valley Foundation, thanked the City of Murrieta for co-chairing the annual Father’s Day car show. She thanked Mayor Ostling and Mayor Pro Tem Youens for their

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participation. She also thanked the sponsors, the Lions Club, and several individuals that contributed greatly to the success of the event, along with the Fire and Police Departments. Frederick Tingler, Murrieta, stated opposition to the extension of Lincoln Avenue to Los Alamos. Lorraine Strong, Murrieta, introduced the new Southwest Soccer Association to the City Council. Rob Hawkes, Murrieta, Murrieta Youth Soccer League, said the new SW Soccer Association originally indicated they did not need additional fields but have now requested them. Stormy Medley, California Youth Soccer Association, South, District 5, communicated they were told field use was not an issue with the new League. Jean Wilson, Murrieta, objected to road widening on Jefferson for Village Walk III, and she submitted a petition with 19 signatures, representing 90% of the residents. She asked that the road not be widened more than two lanes. DEPARTMENT/COMMISSION ANNOUNCEMENTS: Community Steering - Chair Gene Wunderlich reported the Committee had the opportunity to meet new Police Chief Wright, and they recognized retiring member Barbara McLean. He also stated the Commission received a presentation of the City’s new marketing program, and he thanked Lori Moss, Assistant City Manager, for her contributions. Library – City Librarian Diane Satchwell conveyed that the Temecula Valley Woman's Club is holding a book sale on June 21st from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Murrieta Friends Library Bookstore on Los Alamos, with proceeds going to the Murrieta Public Library. Ms. Satchwell shared that 67 applications were received for the second cycle of the library grants with Murrieta being among the 58 rated as first priority and one of the joint use projects. Hearings are expected in the fall. She also announced the Summer Reading Program will begin June 25 and end on August 6 for all ages. She noted that local merchants have donated over $23,000 in gifts and prizes, and prize bags were presented to the City Council. Engineering – Jim Kinley, Public Works Director, indicated that the signal projects on Whitewood will be finished in early August, paving of Murrieta Creek Dr. closure will be finished next week with completion in 3 ½ weeks, preconstruction meeting held on Washington and B Street improvements with 10 months for completion beginning June 23 and completion in April 2004, realignment of Lincoln Ave. to Los Alamos Road and widening project in process, completion of Clinton Keith between Nutmeg and Greer Road by the end of July. Council Members inquired about recapping Clinton Keith due to trenching, involving residents impacted by Line E improvements, final cap on road at Madison and Murrieta Hot Springs Road, status of signal at Hunter, interim improvements at I-215 and Clinton Keith and appraisal work for Jefferson Ave. widening from Murrieta Hot Springs Road to Juniper. Community Services – Director Jim Holston provided information on the City's 12th birthday bash on June 28th in California Oaks Sports Park; and he thanked the sponsors. Fire – Chief Armentrout said the Department has a new ladder truck, which will be utilized at the City’s birthday celebration. GOVERNING BODY ANNOUNCEMENTS: Enochs: Recently represented the City at the Public Utilities Commission hearing on the high-power transmission lines, and he communicated that the vote was against the overhead utility. He also thanked the members of Save Southwest Riverside County for their efforts. Commented on staffs’ golf ability based on winning the Southwest Riverside County Economic Development tournament.

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Seyarto:

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Thanked members of the Youth Accountability Board during his six years of service on the Board; and he suggested others volunteer. Thanked everyone involved with the Father’s Day car show. Remarked on the youth soccer controversy, saying he expects the adults to act appropriately. Emphasized that the City and the residents are one and the same. Communicated that the Board of Supervisors approved the Multi-Species Habitat Conservation Plan today, so it will be coming to the cities for consideration. Expressed pleasure that Mitsubishi and the Murrieta Auto Mall is now located in Murrieta; and he complimented Assistant City Manager Lori Moss for her efforts in development of the project. Thanked everyone involved with the Father’s Day car show.

APPROVAL OF CITY COUNCIL CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 1-13 Action: It was moved by Seyarto and seconded by van Haaster to approve City Council consent calendar items 1-13. On roll call the vote was: AYES: *Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling NOES: *Enochs with respect to item #3, register of demands, specifically payment to Rick Engineering WAIVED READING OF ALL ORDINANCE INTRODUCTIONS ON THIS AGENDA AND READ BY TITLE ONLY MINUTES Approved the Minutes of the 6:00 p.m. Workshop, 6:30 p.m. Closed Session and 7:00 p.m. Adjourned Regular Meeting on May 27, 2003 and 6:00 p.m. Workshop, 6:30 p.m. Closed Session and 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on June 3, 2003. REGISTER OF DEMANDS Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $988,720.47 through June 3, 2003. (Noes: Enochs on payment to Rick Engineering.) TREASURER'S REPORT Received the Summary of Investment Transactions for the month ending May 31, 2003. ORDINANCE MERGING THE PUBLIC SAFETY COMMISSION AND TRANSPORTATION AND TRAFFIC COMMISSION TO ESTABLISH A NEW PUBLIC SAFETY AND TRAFFIC COMMISSION Adopted Ordinance 282-03 Amending Chapter 2.48, Public Safety Commission, and Deleting Chapter 2.52, Transportation and Traffic Commission, for the Purpose of Merging the Two Bodies to Form a Public Safety and Traffic Commission. NOVEMBER 4, 2003 GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION Adopted the following: a) Resolution 03-1201 Calling and Giving Notice of the Holding of a General Municipal Election to be Held in the City of Murrieta on Tuesday, November 4, 2003 for the Election of Certain Officers as Required by the Provisions of the Laws of the State of California Relating to General Law Cities; and for the Submission to the Voters a Question Relating to the Historic Murrieta Specific Plan Amendment and Town Hall Acquisition; and Requesting the Registrar of Voters to Conduct the Election.

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b) Resolution 03-1202 Setting Forth Regulations for Candidate for Elective Office, Pertaining to Materials Submitted to the Electorate and the Costs Thereof, and Requiring Candidates for City Offices to Pay the Cost of Candidates Statements, for the General Municipal Election to be Held in Murrieta on Tuesday, November 4, 2003. 7. RESOLUTION APPROVING FINAL PARCEL MAP 30355, A SIX-PARCEL COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT MAP AND ASSOCIATED AGREEMENT, BORDERED ON THE SOUTH BY HUNTER ROAD, WEST BY SHADY MAPLE ROAD, AND EAST BY HIGHWAY 79 (WINCHESTER ROAD)(MESA PLAZA, LLC) Adopted Resolution 03-1203 Approving Final Parcel Map 30355, a Six-Parcel Commercial Development Map and associated Agreement. RESOLUTIONS OF INTENT TO INITIATE PROCEEDINGS FOR THE LEVY OF ANNUAL ASSESSMENTS FOR THE MURRIETA CONSOLIDATED LANDSCAPING AND LIGHTING DISTRICT Adopted the following: a) Resolution 03-1204 Ordering the Preparation of Plans, Specifications, Cost Estimate, Diagram, Assessment and Report, Pursuant to the Provisions of Division 15, Part 2 of the Streets and Highways Code of the State of California, for Proceedings for the Consolidation and Annual Levy of Assessment for a Landscaping and Lighting District; b) Resolution 03-1205 Approving the Engineer's “Report” for the Consolidation of Existing Landscaping and Lighting Districts and for the Annual Levy of Assessments for the Fiscal Year 2003-2004 in said Consolidated District; and c) Resolution 03-1206 Declaring Its Intention to Provide for the Consolidation and for an Annual Levy and Collection of Assessments for Certain Maintenance in Existing Landscaping and Lighting Districts, Pursuant to the Provisions of Division 15, Part 2 of the Streets and Highways Code of the State of California, and Setting a Time and Place for the Public Hearing thereon for July 1, 2003 at 7:00 p.m. AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR CITY PROJECT NO. 00-200; I-215 AT CLINTON KEITH ROAD INTERCHANGE; INTERIM IMPROVEMENTS Awarded the contract to Vance Corporation in the amount of $594,950 for the interim improvements to the I-215 at Clinton Keith Road Interchange. AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR THE WASHINGTON AVENUE AND B STREET IMPROVEMENTS Approved the Construction Management Services Contract for Street and Landscape Improvements for Washington Avenue from Ivy Street to Kalmia Street and B Street easterly of Washington Avenue, Project No. 02-223 (CIP No. 8280) to SA Associates in the amount of $174,000. AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR APPRAISAL SERVICES NECESSARY TO OBTAIN RIGHTOF-WAY FOR JEFFERSON AVENUE, PHASE 3, BETWEEN MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS ROAD AND 283 FEET NORTHERLY OF JUNIPER STREET Awarded the contract for appraisal services to Smothers Appraisal in the amount of $20,975. BUDGET ADJUSTMENT FOR STREET LIGHTING

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Approved the transfer of funds in the amount of $60,000 from account 5204-05011, transportation/environmental planner position, to account 5300-06611, street lighting/traffic signal expenditures, to cover street lighting expenditures for the remaining fiscal year. AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF MURRIETA AND THE MURRIETA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Approved the service contract between the City and the Murrieta Chamber of Commerce in the amount of $60,000. PUBLIC HEARING - APPEAL 03-129 OF PLANNING COMMISSION APPROVAL OF A DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR A LARGE FAMILY DAYCARE LOCATED AT 23375 BLACK BEAR COURT

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Jim Mackenzie, Planning Manager, presented the staff report. Mayor Ostling opened the public hearing. Speaking in favor of the appeal and in opposition to the project were: Shawn Stickles, Murrieta, said that renovations were made to the garage for the daycare facility. He objected to expanded service from small daycare facility to a large daycare facility because of increased traffic, limited parking and decrease in safety. He ascertained the facility had not been licensed and the operator is not a licensed preschool teacher. Mr. Stickles addressed the requirement for two enclosed and two off-street parking spaces. He countered statistics do not support the contention that there is a lack of childcare availability. He shared he bought on a cul-de-sac anticipating reduced traffic and improved safety, so he asked that the City Attorney address the legalities of not approving the project, sending it back to the Planning Commission and denying the application. Carol Stickles, Murrieta, said she is not opposed to the small daycare facility, up to 8 children, but is opposed to the larger facility, allowing up to 14 children. She displayed a picture of cul-desac showing parking in front of the fire hydrant. She mentioned the project approval requires two enclosed and two off-street parking spaces, which allegedly cannot be met because of the garage conversion and requiring approval for use of the garage. Ms. Stickles indicated there are 26 cars from residents and 29 children on the cul-de-sac. Earl Thigpen, Murrieta, said he lives at the beginning and exit of cul-de-sac, and the facility has created animosity in the neighborhood. Dave Bohorquez, Murrieta, opposed expansion to a large family daycare facility. He said the operator is not a licensed preschool teacher, which can be verified by Leah Johnson. Debbie Bohorquez, Murrieta, objected to the large family daycare facility. She said members of the Planning Commission criticized her for calling about the licensing. Speaking in opposition to the appeal and in favor of the project were: Feloria Christakis, Murrieta, said their facility has been approved by many entities; it is in compliance, and they are not using the garage. She submitted a letter, said there is a need for quality childcare in a home environment, denied there is a traffic problem and asked that the approval be upheld. Sharon Mena, Wildomar, supported the large family daycare license. She said the garage is the entry and cubbies are in the garage. She asked that the permit be upheld. Stephanie Koppel, Murrieta, said she chose in-home daycare, that the driveway holds six vehicles, it is a public road, and there are no safety issues. Sydney Fisher, Murrieta, said they never noticed traffic and the operator is an awesome caretaker. Debra Fisher, Murrieta, favored the daycare; and she said kids are in the street in the afternoon.

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In rebuttal Shawn Stickles affirmed he does not want to close the daycare but he opposes the enlargement. He said it is unfortunate what has happened in the neighborhood and that he is looking for balance; so he asked that it be sent back to legal counsel and to consider traffic and safety. Written objection was received from: Deserie Thigpen, Murrieta and Carol Stickles, Murrieta The public hearing was closed. Council Member Seyarto stated the facility complies with all regulations and that the Council has little discretion. He pointed out there is approximately an 18% increase in traffic between a small vs. large facility with under 200 cars a day in comparison to 1500 on a through street. Leah Johnson, indicated there are no education requirements for family childcare, and the operator is not a licensed preschool teacher. Council Member Youens commented it is not the City’s role to do market analysis, that the facility meets City guidelines, and the City Council cannot solve neighborhood disagreements. Council Member Enochs said the issue is if six more kids really make a difference. Action: Council Member Seyarto moved and Youens seconded to deny the appeal and uphold the approval of the Planning Commission for a Large Family Daycare at 23375 Black Bear Court subject to the Findings and Conditions of Approval. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling NOES: None By consensus Council recessed at 9:00 p.m. and reconvened at 9:12 p.m. CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING - ESTABLISHMENT OF COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT NO. 2003-2 (BLACKMORE RANCH), 102 ACRES AT NUTMEG STREET AND CLINTON KEITH ROAD

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City Attorney John Harper gave the staff report. Mayor Ostling opened the public hearing. There were no public comments. A. Kay Vinson City Clerk announced the results of the election, reporting there was one ballot, representing 102 acres (100% of the property owners) and voting “Yes” for establishment of Community Facilities District No. 2003-2. The public hearing was closed. Action: A motion was made by Enochs and seconded by Seyarto to adopt Ordinance 283-03 of Formation of the City of Murrieta Community Facilities District No. 2003-2 (Blackmore Ranch), with the title read by the City Clerk, and Authorizing the City to Levy Special Taxes within the District; Establishing an Appropriations Limit for the District and Authorizing the Incurrence of Bonded Indebtedness. It was further moved to approve Joint Community Facilities Agreements with the Murrieta Valley Unified School District and Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling NOES: None CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING - GOLDEN TRIANGLE DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK PLAN AMENDMENT (02-417), VESTING TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP NO. 31102 (02-495), AND DEVELOPMENT PLAN NO. 02-152 (CAMEO HOMES)

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Planning Manager Jim Mackenzie reviewed the staff report. Mayor Ostling opened the public hearing.

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Council Member Youens stated for the record that although he was absent from the previous meeting on the project, he listened to the tapes of the meeting and attended two resident meetings. Mr. Mahoney, applicant, reviewed the project, chronology, outreach efforts, site plan, traffic direction, infrastructure contributions, comparable projects, landscape and memorandum of understanding. Speaking in favor of the project were: Joe Haehn, Murrieta, said he supports the project due to the improvements. Renee Robinette, Murrieta, said she favors the project since a two-story is planned behind her and will not impact her view with the added condition to lower the elevation to 1181 feet. She commended Mr. Mahoney and Assistant Planner Paul Swancott. Ingrid Vernon, Murrieta, shared that Mr. Mahoney assured construction of a block wall fence and lot line adjustment. She commented that Cameo Homes is improving Murrieta with widening of Los Alamos Road to four lanes and additional traffic signals. She said she has not experienced flooding in the past and does not want any in the future. Tien Gu, Murrieta, expressed concern about flooding in front of his driveway. He conveyed that Mr. Mahoney assured him the project will not create flooding and will alleviate it. He said if that is so he favors the project since it is creating a good image for the neighborhood. Diane Sessions, Murrieta, favored the project, saying it addresses traffic concerns with improved circulation and beautifies the area. Ben Scott, Murrieta, said he was originally concerned about the project but in meetings with Mr. Mahoney he was assured his view will be maintained and a wall installed and that traffic will be improved. Speaking in opposition was: Peter Lloyd, Murrieta, said he is concerned about traffic along Lincoln, particularly during peak times, population density and increased crime. Written inquiry was received from Michael J. Torley, Murrieta. Written objection was received from Terry Lewis, Murrieta. Mr. Mahoney responded they intend to transfer or buy out the low -income housing requirement; and he pointed out the General Plan reflects 13,700 cars a day on Lincoln. Council Member Youens inquired about zoning, and buffers by street and landscaping. Council Member Enochs asked about traffic. The public hearing was closed. Action: On a motion by van Haaster and seconded by Seyarto, the City Council: a) Adopted a Mitigated Negative Declaration; b) Adopted Resolution 03-1207 Adopting an Amendment to the Golden Triangle Development Framework Plan to Amend Table 2.3, Development Standards Category GT-R Target Density, removing the target density from the Golden Triangle Development Framework Plan; and c) Approved Vesting Tentative Parcel Map 31102 and Development Plan No. 02152 based on the Findings and subject to the Conditions of Approval and incorporating additional conditions agreed to in public testimony including: - block wall fence at two locations, Vernon property and eastern property line with lot line adjustments and extending fences accordingly; - lowering two buildings, with sections JK and LM, to two stories - lowering grade elevation of building 25 to 1181 feet - improvements to the south side of Los Alamos Road with reimbursement agreement

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- fund ½ of future traffic signal on Los Alamos and Monroe On roll call the vote was: AYES: Seyarto, van Haaster and Youens NOES: Enochs ABSTAIN: Ostling Action: 17. By consensus Council recessed at 10:45 p.m. and reconvened at 10:55 p.m. PUBLIC HEARING - ADOPTION OF DELINQUENT TRASH CHARGES ROLL

Al Vollbrecht, Sr. Management Analyst, presented the staff report. Mayor Ostling opened the public hearing. Heidi Crawford, Murrieta, said she is a traveling nurse and absent, so she obtained a self-haul permit. The hearing was closed. Action: Resolution 03-1208 was adopted on a motion by Enochs and seconded by van Haaster, Affirming the Report of Delinquent Refuse Charges and Directing their Collection with Property Taxes with removal of the charge at this time for Heidi Crawford to allow for further research. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling NOES: None INTRODUCTION OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE 221, SECTION 2.39.030 OF CHAPTER 2.39 OF TITLE 2 OF THE CITY OF MURRIETA MUNICIPAL CODE RELATED TO MEETINGS OF THE LIBRARY ADVISORY COMMISSION

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Diane Satchwell, City Librarian, gave the staff report. Action: It was moved by van Haaster and seconded by Enochs to introduce an Ordinance amending Chapter 2.39 of the Municipal Code to reflect bi-monthly meetings of the Library Advisory Commission. City Clerk A. Kay Vinson read the ordinance title. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling NOES: None COMMISSION/BOARDS/COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS

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City Clerk A. Kay Vinson reviewed the staff report. Appearing for consideration to appointment on the Planning Commission were: Richard Castellano, Randon Lane, Alan Long, Barbara Lupro, James McCallum Jr., Peter McCrohan and Steven Rawlings. Also considered but not present were: Jorge Biagioni, Christopher Collopy and Dana Matlock. Anthony Ellerd withdrew his application for the Planning Commission. On open ballot Randon Lane and Steven Rawlings were selected. Appearing for consideration to appointment on the Community Services Commission were: Clifford Alls, Richard Castellano, Anthony Ellerd, Eric Lahti and Edmund Wadell. Edmund Wadell was selected by ballot. Appearing for consideration to appointment on the Historic Preservation Advisory Commission was Kerri King Hann. Also considered but not present were: Gary Allen and Donna Lent. Anthony Ellerd withdrew his application for the Historic Preservation Commission. Selected were Donna Lent and Kerri King Hann.

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Appearing for consideration to appointment on the Library Advisory Commission were: Lisa Dedrick, Anthony Ellerd and Ralph Ferro. Lisa Dedrick and Anthony Ellerd were selected on open ballot. Appearing for consideration to appointment on the Community Steering Committee were: Clifford Alls, Richard Castellano, Anthony Ellerd and Rick Gibbs. Also considered but not present was: Edward Stuckenschneider. Since Steven Rawlings resigned due to appointment to the Planning Commission, two were selected, Rick Gibbs and Clifford Alls (youth representative). Action: Council Member van Haaster moved and Seyarto seconded to: a) Accept the resignations of Joseph Grammatico from the Public Safety Commission and Steven Rawlings (youth representative) from the Community Steering Committee. b) Appoint Randon Lane and Steven Rawlings to the Planning Commission with terms expiring 6-30-2006. c) Appoint Edmund Wadell to the Community Services Commissioner with a term expiring 6-30-2006. d) Appoint Donna Lent and Kerri Hann to the Historic Preservation Advisory Commission with terms expiring 6-30-2006. e) Appoint Lisa Dedrick and Anthony Ellerd to the Library Advisory Commission with terms expiring 6-30-2006. f) Appoint Rick Gibbs and Clifford Alls, youth representative, to the Community Steering Committee with terms expiring 6-30-2006. g) Approve Mayor's reappointment of Council Members Kelly Seyarto and Richard Ostling to the Library Board, terms expiring 6-30-2006. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling NOES: None City Clerk A. Kay Vinson administered the Oath of Office to the appointed individuals. GOVERNING BODY ACTIONS/COMMENTS van Haaster: Communicated that he has the agenda packet on disk and is not playing solitaire. ADJOURNMENT Action: At 11:58 p.m. the meeting was unanimously adjourned.

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A. Kay Vinson, MMC City Clerk

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MURRIETA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MINUTES 26442 BECKMAN COURT, MURRIETA, CA

JUNE 17, 2003 7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

Chair Ostling called the regular meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling. Absent: None. APPROVAL OF REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 20 & 21 Action: It was moved by Seyarto and seconded by van Haaster to approve Redevelopment Agency consent calendar items 20 and 21. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling NOES: None MINUTES Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Adjourned Regular Meeting on May 27, 2003 and the 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on June 3, 2003. REGISTER OF DEMANDS Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $872.83 through June 3, 2003. APPROVAL OF MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING (MOU) WITH CAMEO HOMES FOR THE PROVISION OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING AS REQUIRED BY STATE LAW

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Lori Moss, Assistant City Manager, presented the staff report. Victor Mahoney, Cameo Homes, stated they are not building low-income housing in this project and will defer those units to another site and buy out the requirement. Action: Agency Member van Haaster moved and Seyarto seconded to approve the Memorandum of Understanding with Cameo Homes outlining the developer's obligation to provide affordable housing in conjunction with Cameo's 492-unit development south of Los Alamos Road. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling NOES: Enochs

ADJOURNMENT Action: At 11:58 p.m. the meeting was unanimously adjourned.

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A. Kay Vinson, MMC City Clerk

MURRIETA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MINUTES 26442 BECKMAN COURT, MURRIETA, CA

JUNE 17, 2003 7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

President Ostling called the regular meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling. Absent: None. APPROVAL OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 23-26 Action: It was moved by Seyarto and seconded by van Haaster to approve Community Services District consent calendar items 23-26. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling NOES: None MINUTES Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Adjourned Regular Meeting on May 27, 2003 and the 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on June 3, 2003. REGISTER OF DEMANDS Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $234,360.34 through June 3, 2003. ACCEPTANCE OF LANDSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS FOR A PORTION OF LOTS 16-21, 3045 AND 60 IN TRACT 29218, MASTERS II, LOCATED IN ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY EAST OF I-15 AND SOUTH OF SUGARBERRY (VAN DAELE) Accepted the landscape improvements for a portion of Lots 16-21, 30-45, and 60 in Tract 29218, Masters II, located in road right-of-way and directed the Community Services District to commence maintenance of the landscape associated with these parcels. AUTHORIZATION FOR PURCHASE OF THE 8.81 ACRE SITE KNOWN AS THE SECOND AVENUE PROPERTY BETWEEN KALMIA AND B STREETS, FOR THE PURPOSE OF FUTURE PARK DEVELOPMENT Authorized staff to enter into open escrow for the purchase of the 8.81-acre site known as the Second Avenue property for the purpose of future park development, at a total purchase appropriation of $460,000.

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ADJOURNMENT Action: At 11:58 p.m. the meeting was unanimously adjourned.

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A. Kay Vinson, MMC City Clerk

MURRIETA FIRE DISTRICT MINUTES 26442 BECKMAN COURT, MURRIETA, CA

JUNE 17, 2003 7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

President Ostling called the regular meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling. Absent: None. APPROVAL OF FIRE DISTRICT CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 27-30 Action: It was moved by Seyarto and seconded by van Haaster to approve Fire District consent calendar items 27-30. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling NOES: None MINUTES Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Adjourned Regular Meeting on May 27, 2003 and the 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on June 3, 2003. REGISTER OF DEMANDS Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $155,768.05 through June 3, 2003. APPROVAL OF THE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH THE MURRIETA FIREFIGHTER'S ASSOCIATION Approved the Memorandum of Understanding between the Murrieta Fire Protection District and the Murrieta Firefighter's Association relating to employment terms and conditions. PRELIMINARY 2003-2004 BUDGET Reviewed and adopted the preliminary 2003-2004 budget, reflecting revenues of $5,720,192 and expenditures of $5,324,571 with a surplus of $395,621.

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ADJOURNMENT Action: At 11:58 p.m. the meeting was unanimously adjourned.

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A. Kay Vinson, MMC City Clerk


				
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