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									MURRIETA CITY COUNCIL MINUTES 26442 BECKMAN COURT MURRIETA, CA

JUNE 21, 2005 6:00 PM WORKSHOP 7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

COMMISSION APPLICANT INTERVIEWS Mayor Enochs called the workshop to order at 6:00 p.m. Present were: Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, Seyarto and Enochs. Absent: None. Council Members heard from the Commission applicants that were present. The workshop adjourned at 7:15 p.m. CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Warnie Enochs called the meeting to order at 7:21 p.m. Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, Seyarto, and Enochs None Temecula Valley Young Marines Color Guard

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

Jason Robertson, Murrieta Valley Church

PROCLAMATION RECOGNIZING AND COMMENDING THE TEMECULA VALLEY YOUNG MARINES: Mayor Warnie Enochs presented the proclamation commending the Temecula Valley Young Marines. TEMECULA VALLEY WOMAN'S CLUB DONATION TO THE MURRIETA PUBLIC LIBRARY: Diane Satchwell, Director of Library Services, introduced Jean Wooden, Temecula Valley Woman’s Club, who presented a check to the Library in the amount of $2,750. COLONY SINGLES DONATION TO THE MURRIETA PUBLIC LIBRARY: Diane Satchwell, introduced Judy Buford, President of the Colony Singles, who presented a check for $1,500 to the Library. WESTERN RIVERSIDE COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS (WRCOG) BY RICK BISHOP: Rick Bishop, Executive Director of WRCOG, gave a presentation on the potential growth of Western Riverside County, and how the County will accommodate that growth, improve quality of life, and leave a legacy. He reported on the bus tours that are provided for city officials and staff to various cities’ urban projects. Council member Seyarto thanked Mr. Bishop for his superb contributions to WRCOG. APPROVAL OF AGENDA: Action: The agenda was unanimously approved on a motion made by McAllister and seconded by Gibbs.

DEPARTMENT/COMMISSION ANNOUNCEMENTS: Community Services – Deputy City Manager Jim Holston shared the City is affiliated with CIMS (California Irrigation Management Systems), which is a state-of-the-art computer system that provides information to solve the problems for irrigations, including evaporation, and water leaks. He also indicated development conditions include water conservation.

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Debbie Tharp, Community Services Manager, reported on the Park ‘n Play program, a successful Father’s Day Car Show on June 19th with 300 entries, and announced the upcoming 14th Birthday Bash on July 2nd. Gifts of appreciation were given to the Council members for their support of the Recreation Department. Engineering - James Kinley, Director of Public Works/City Engineer, introduced Russ Napier who gave a presentation on the various road improvements, traffic signals, and special projects. Library - Diane Satchwell, Director of Library Services, reported on the Library groundbreaking this Friday, June 24th. Michael Tansley, Library Outreach Coordinator, announced the summer reading program which began June 15th. He presented Council members with the incentive gifts that are presented to the children. City Manager - Lori Moss reported on the July 16th re-opening of historic downtown Murrieta. She also invited the public to the Council goal-setting session on July 15. GOVERNING BODY ANNOUNCEMENTS: Ostling: McAllister: Commented that the Father’s Day car show was a huge success. Reiterated that the car show was great and thanked the Murrieta Valley Foundation for their assistance. He also reported on the Chamber of Commerce installation event. Thanked the Temecula Valley Woman’s Club and Colony Singles Club for their contributions for the new public library. Credited Diane Satchwell, Director of Library Services; Teri Ferro, Deputy City Manager; and Lori Moss, City Manager with the ability to break ground on the new library and urged the ladies be included in photos.

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APPROVAL OF CITY COUNCIL CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 1-19 Action: It was moved by Seyarto and seconded by Gibbs to approve consent calendar items 1-19. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Gibbs, Seyarto, Enochs, McAllister, Ostling NOES: None WAIVED READING OF ALL ORDINANCE INTRODUCTIONS ON THIS AGENDA AND READ BY TITLE ONLY MINUTES Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on June 7, 2005. REGISTER OF DEMANDS Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $1,779,889.01 through June 7, 2005. TREASURER'S REPORT Received the Summary of Investment Transactions for the month ending May 31, 2005. CITY-WIDE SPEED LIMITS, UPDATED FOR 14 STREET SEGMENTS Adopted Ordinance 331-05 Amending Murrieta Municipal Code Section 10.16.020E Regarding Speed Limit Changes. DEVELOPMENT CODE AMENDMENTS FOR GATED COMMUNITIES ACCESS AND CARD ROOMS

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Adopted Ordinance 332-05 Adding Section 16.44.085 to the Murrieta Municipal Code to Regulate Public Safety Access to Gated Communities; and Adopted Ordinance 333-05 Adding Chapter 9.15 to Title 9 and Amending Title 16 of the Municipal Code to Prohibit Gaming Clubs.

REVISION TO THE CITY-WIDE RECORDS RETENTION/DISPOSITION SCHEDULE Adopted Resolution 05-1489 Amending the City's Retention/Disposition Schedule for Records. AGREEMENT FOR LEGAL ADVERTISING Approved an Agreement with The Californian to provide publication of legal advertising for the 2005-2006 fiscal year for the City at a cost of .60 per line per column. AGREEMENT WITH MUNIFINANCIAL FOR SPECIAL DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION SERVICES Approved an agreement with MuniFinancial for five years of special district administration services and authorized the City Manager to execute it. AGREEMENT WITH RIVERSIDE COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM FOR AUTOMATED LIBRARY SERVICES (SIRSI) FOR FISCAL YEAR 2005-2006 Approved the agreement with Riverside County for automated library services (SIRSI) in an amount not to exceed $20,000 for fiscal year 2005-2006 and authorized the City Manager to execute it. CONTRACT FOR ADDRESSING SERVICES Authorized the City Manager to sign a contract with Catherine Matthews to provide contract addressing services to the Planning Department. CONTRACT FOR PLANNING SERVICES Authorized the City Manager to sign a contract with Stevenson, Porto & Pierce, Inc. (SP2) to provide contract planning services to the Planning Department. CONSULTANT ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR TRAFFIC STUDY PREPARATION Approved a consulting engineering services contract with Katz, Okitsu & Associates in the amount of $21,000 for preparation of one traffic impact study for a mixed-use retail project along Clinton Keith Road between I-215 and Antelope Road. AGREEMENT WITH MURRIETA ROTARY FOUNDATION Approved the agreement with Murrieta Rotary Foundation for donation of a permanent, historical exhibit called "Murrieta Through Time" at the Town Square Park project and authorized the City Manager to sign the agreement. REIMBURSEMENT AGREEMENT FOR PREPARATION OF AN ALIGNMENT STUDY Approved the reimbursement agreement with Pacific Century Commercial, LLC for preparation of an alignment study of Murrieta Hot Springs Road and French Valley Parkway at a cost of $87,720. SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER AGREEMENT WITH MURRIETA VALLEY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

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Approved the revised agreement with MVUSD to add a fourth School Resource Officer for the 2005-2006 fiscal year and authorized the City Manager to sign the agreement. EXTENSION OF STREET SWEEPING CONTRACT WITH INTERSTATE SWEEPING SERVICES, INC. Approved a five-year extension to the existing contract for street sweeping services by Interstate Sweeping Services, Inc. SUBSTITUTION OF BONDS AND AGREEMENTS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF ROAD AND DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS FOR TRACT 28148, A 41-LOT RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION MAP BORDERED ON THE NORTHWEST BY VINEYARD PARKWAY, NORTHEAST BY TRACT 23095-3 AND SOUTHWEST BY MURRIETA CREEK Approved the substitution of bonds and agreements for Tract 28148 by Pulte Home Corporation and authorized the City Clerk to release Covenant Development, Inc. bonds. SELECTION OF COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES TO AGENCIES AND COMMITTEES Confirmed modifications of representatives and/or alternates to various agencies and committees. PUBLIC HEARING - ADOPTION OF DELINQUENT TRASH CHARGES ROLL

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Al Vollbrecht, Administrative Services Manager, reported that the adoption of the delinquent trash charges roll is done annually. Mayor Enochs opened the public hearing, there were no public comments, so the hearing was closed. Action: A motion was made by Seyarto and seconded by McAllister to adopt Resolution 051490, approving the roll of 2004 delinquent trash service charges and certifying it for collection with property taxes. AYES: Gibbs, Seyarto, Enochs, McAllister, Ostling NOES: None APPEAL OF PLANNING COMMISSION'S DENIAL OF VESTING TENTATIVE TRACT MAP AND DEVELOPMENT PLAN APPLICATIONS LOCATED ON THE EASTERLY SIDE OF WASHINGTON AVENUE AND NORTH OF THE EASTERLY EXTENSION OF FULLERTON AVENUE A motion was made by Seyarto and seconded by McAllister to refer the revised Vesting Tentative Tract Map 30953 and Development Plan 02-492 to the Planning Commission for a new public hearing. Motion carried unanimously. APPEAL OF PLANNING COMMISSION'S DENIAL OF VESTING TENTATIVE TRACT MAP AND DEVELOPMENT PLAN LOCATED ON THE EASTERLY SIDE OF WASHINGTON AVENUE AND SOUTHERLY OF FULLERTON ROAD APPEAL OF PLANNING COMMISSION'S DENIAL OF VESTING TENTATIVE TRACT MAP AND DEVELOPMENT PLAN APPLICATIONS LOCATED ON THE SOUTHEASTERLY CORNER OF WASHINGTON AVENUE AND LEMON STREET

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In light of the mass volume of documents received yesterday, John Harper, City Attorney, reviewed the Council’s options to: 1) proceed; 2) continue for 30 days, or 3) refer both appeals to the Planning Commission. Applicant: Jim McMenamim, Alexander Communities, reported that he will abide by the Council’s request to continue the item.

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Action:

A motion was made by Seyarto and seconded by Gibbs to continue Item #22 and #23 to 7:00 p.m., July 19, 2005 in the Council Chambers at City Hall. AYES: Gibbs, Seyarto, Enochs, McAllister, Ostling NOES: None By consensus at 8:32 p.m., Council recessed briefly and reconvened at 8:43 p.m.

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REPORTS, REQUESTS AND COMMUNICATIONS 24. COMMISSION APPOINTMENTS

Robert Newhard, Murrieta, expressed concerns with two Library Advisory Commission applicants. Council Member McAllister thanked all the applicants. Action: Based upon ballot selections, a motion was made by Seyarto and seconded by Ostling to appoint the following Commissioners: Gary Thomasian Planning Commission 6-30-2008 Michael Fitzpatrick Planning Commission 6-30-2008 Robert DeCubellis Public Safety & Traffic 6-30-2008 Peter Herrera Public Safety & Traffic 6-30-2008 Pat Lallou (Sr. Rep) Community Services 6-30-2008 Thomas Courbat Community Services 6-30-2008 Wayne Kelly Historic Preservation 6-30-2008 Juanita Blankenship Library Advisory TBD Geraldine Skeen Library Advisory TBD Jolene Vert Library Advisory TBD Kathleen Head Community Steering TBD Eva Johnson Community Steering TBD Thomas Butler Community Steering TBD (one Sr.Rep, two at-large with one term 6-30-2007) Nancy Stephenson, CoC rep Community Steering Warnie Enochs Library Board Rick Gibbs Library Board Motion carried unanimously.

City Clerk A. Kay Vinson, administered Oaths of Office to the present appointees. Mayor Enochs welcomed the new appointees and thanked all the applicants. 25. RULES OF PROCEDURE FOR COUNCIL MEETINGS AND RELATED FUNCTIONS AND ACTIVITIES

Lori Moss, City Manager, reported that this item was continued from the June 17, 2005 Council meeting. She asked Council to provide direction to staff if amendments are desired. Council Member Gibbs read sections regarding the Mayor presiding and rules of decorum. Mr. Gibbs suggested instituting a voluntary $5 fine for infractions. Although no action was taken, Council agreed to show respect for each other. 26. PUBLIC RELATIONS PLANNING ASSISTANCE

Al Vollbrecht, Administrative Services Manager, discussed being more aggressive on public relations. He explained the first phase is a research survey that will cost approximately $30,000 (already budgeted), followed by a plan at an additional cost of $5,000-$15,000; and the final implementation phase of the marketing, which could be very expensive and possibly involve hiring a public relations person/firm.

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Mark Calkins, Murrieta expressed concerns with the context of the proposal as an effort to mold public opinion after the recall election. However, he supported a genuine request to get information from the public to be used in a positive way. Council Member Gibbs said he supports improved public relations with limited dollars and to utilize area representatives on the Steering Committee, holding town hall meetings, and distributing handouts at other locations such as grocery stores. Council Members Seyarto, McAllister and Ostling favored completion of the survey and plan. Action: A motion was made by McAllister and seconded by Gibbs to proceed with the completion of the survey ($30,000 previously approved) plus the plan at an additional cost not to exceed $15,000, with the implementation phase to be considered at the goal-setting session scheduled for July 15th. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Gibbs, Seyarto, Enochs, McAllister, Ostling NOES: None

GOVERNING BODY ACTIONS/COMMENTS: Gibbs: Obtained consensus to include discussions on multiple use zoning and concentration of multiple family zoning at the upcoming goal-setting session.

ADJOURNMENT: Action: At 10:25 p.m., the meeting was unanimously adjourned on a motion by McAllister and seconded by Ostling. _____________________ A. Kay Vinson, MMC City Clerk

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MURRIETA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MINUTES 26442 BECKMAN COURT, MURRIETA, CA CALL TO ORDER:

JUNE 21, 2005 7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

Chair Warnie Enochs called the meeting to order at 7:21 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, and Seyarto.

APPROVAL OF REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 27-28 Action: It was moved by Seyarto and seconded by Gibbs to approve Redevelopment Agency consent calendar items 27-28. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, Seyarto and Enochs NOES: None MINUTES Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on June 7, 2005. REGISTER OF DEMANDS Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $186,253.39 through June 7, 2005.

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ADJOURNMENT: Action: At 10:25 p.m., the meeting was unanimously adjourned on a motion by McAllister and seconded by Ostling. _____________________ A. Kay Vinson, MMC City Clerk

MURRIETA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MINUTES 26442 BECKMAN COURT, MURRIETA, CA CALL TO ORDER:

JUNE 21, 2005 7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

President Warnie Enochs called the meeting to order at 7:21 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, and Seyarto.

APPROVAL OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 29-31 Action: It was moved by Seyarto and seconded by Gibbs to approve Community Services District consent calendar items 29-31. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, Seyarto and Enochs NOES: None MINUTES Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on June 7, 2005. REGISTER OF DEMANDS Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $1,060,743.74 through June 7, 2005. ACCEPTANCE OF LOTS 54 & 55 OF TRACT 25273 FOR LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE Accepted the landscape improvements for Lots 54 & 55 of Tract 25273, Murrieta Heights, and directed the Murrieta Community Services District to commence maintenance of the landscape associated with these parcels and recordation of appropriate documents.

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ADJOURNMENT: Action: On a motion by McAllister and seconded by Ostling at 10:25 p.m., the meeting was unanimously adjourned.

_____________________ A. Kay Vinson, MMC City Clerk

MURRIETA FIRE DISTRICT MINUTES 26442 BECKMAN COURT, MURRIETA, CA CALL TO ORDER:

JUNE 21, 2005 7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

President Warnie Enochs called the meeting to order at 7:21 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, and Seyarto.

APPROVAL OF MURRIETA FIRE DISTRICT CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 32-34 Action: It was moved by Seyarto and seconded by Gibbs to approve Fire District consent calendar items 32-34. On roll call the vote was: AYES: Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, Seyarto and Enochs NOES: None MINUTES Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on June 7, 2005. REGISTER OF DEMANDS Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $251,987.44 through June 7, 2005. AMENDMENT TO PERS CONTRACT Adopted Resolution FD 05-72 amending the contract between the Murrieta Fire Protection District and the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS).

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ADJOURNMENT: Action: On a motion by McAllister and seconded by Ostling at 10:25 p.m., the meeting was unanimously adjourned.

_____________________ A. Kay Vinson, MMC City Clerk


								
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