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					MURRIETA CITY COUNCIL MINUTES                                          NOVEMBER 6, 2007
26442 BECKMAN COURT                                                    4:00 PM CLOSED SESSION
MURRIETA, CA                                                           5:00 PM WORKSHOP
                                                                       6:00 PM REGULAR MEETING
CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION, MURRIETANS FOR SMART
GROWTH (REGENCY CENTERS, INC., MARQUIS PROPERTY, LLC) VS. CITY OF MURRIETA,
CASE NO. RIC 463320 (G.C. 54956.9A)
CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION, CITY OF MURRIETA VS. SUN
WORLDWIDE CORPORATION, DBA DREAMBOX, CASE NO. 447251 (G.C. 54956.9A)
CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - INITIATION OF LITIGATION, ONE POTENTIAL CASE
(G.C. 54956.9)
By consensus at 4:04 p.m., Council recessed the meeting to closed session for the purposes above.
Present: Enochs, Gibbs, Thomasian, and McAllister. Absent: *Bennett
*Bennett joined closed session at 4:10 p.m.
Closed session adjourned to workshop at 5:07 p.m.
NEW AUDIT STANDARDS (FERRO)
Deputy City Manager Teri Ferro gave a presentation on new auditing standards that have been
adopted with the Statements of Auditing Standards (SAS) which requires auditors to put in writing, to
any management government boards, items that they have identified that pertain to internal control.
These new standards will provide a huge shift in the audit to focus on “what could go wrong” as well
as “what did go wrong”. Ms. Ferro also reported FY 07/08 objectives and focused on GASB 34
which will need to be addressed by June 2008.
AUDIO VISUAL UPDATE ON NEW COUNCIL CHAMBERS (ESCALONA)

Public Works Inspection Supervisor Dan Escalona, gave a brief introduction on the audio visual that
will be installed at the new City Hall council chambers. Western Audio Visual subcontractor Eric
Wilson gave a brief description of the equipment which will be installed including a projection screen,
monitors at each council seat on the dias, control panel at the City Clerk station, mounted video
cameras, voting system and computers for each of the council seats. He stated they have done work
with the City of Victorville, Glendora, and Chino with positive results.

The workshop was adjourned at 5:46 p.m.

CALL TO ORDER:        Mayor Douglas McAllister called the Regular Meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.

Action:        City Attorney Leslie Devaney reported that Council voted unanimously to approve a
               stipulation on the writ of mandate from the Murrietans for Smart Growth VS. City of
               Murrieta. There were no reportable actions from the other items discussed in closed
               session.

ROLL CALL:            Present:       Bennett, Enochs, Gibbs, Thomasian, and McAllister
                      Absent:        None

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
INVOCATION: Pastor Chris Yelley, Calvary Chapel Murrieta
PRESENTATION:
PROCLAMATION - EIGHTH ANNUAL COMMUNITY CANDLELIGHT TRIBUTE
Mayor McAllister presented a proclamation to Chaplain Chris Detinel. Mr. Detinel spoke about the
event and urged the public to attend in remembrance of loved ones that they have lost.
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Mayor McAllister presented a proclamation to Deputy City Manager Teri Ferro for her 16 years of
service to the City. Mayor Pro Tem Gibbs gave a speech about Ms. Ferro and thanked her.
SANTA ANA WATERSHED PROJECT AUTHORITY, CELESTE CANTU
Celeste Cantu gave a presentation on the Santa Ana Watershed Project which addressed four
issues: climate change, Colorado River draught, danger on the delta which caused a judicial
draught, and population increase and explosive land development. She spoke about their vision for
the year 2030 which is to be draught proof, self reliant and salt balanced. Ms. Cantu gave a brief
description of all the member of the One Water One Watershed Program “OWOW” steering
committee and spoke about their commitment to the project. She spoke about the OWOW program
which includes water use efficiency, climate change, environmental justice, and land use. Ms. Cantu
recommended residents cut their water use by half to help with the water availability issue.
Councilmember Bennett asked how Murrieta was doing with water consumption. Ms. Cantu
responded Murrieta is doing a great job with their outreach to residents and conducting water audits
at their parks. She said Murrieta is one of the communities that will survive and last.
EMPLOYEE RECOGNITIONS: JOHN MARTIN - DELINQUENCY CONTROL INSTITUTE, GARTH
BALTHAZOR AND LAURA FROBOESE - GOLDEN BEAR AWARDS FROM RIVERSIDE CAL-ID

Police Chief Wright presented Garth Balthazor and Laura Froboese with the Golden Bear Award,
which the Cal ID Fingerprint Identification System bestows on individuals that successfully identify at
least five criminal suspects in a calendar year from fingerprints found at a crime scene. Mr.
Balthazor had eight successful hits and Ms. Froboese had fifteen.

School Resource Officer John Martin received the Rick Crocker award from Police Chief Wright.
This award is given to a participant in the Delinquency Control Institute who was the most
inspirational and motivated individual in this program.

APPROVAL OF AGENDA
Action:          The agenda was unanimously approved on a motion by Gibbs and seconded by
                 Thomasian.

PUBLIC COMMENTS

Barbara Nugent, Murrieta, spoke about Deputy City Manager Teri Ferro and her accomplishments in
      her 16 years with the City.
Pamela Pullen, Murrieta, spoke about the abandoned condos in her neighborhood by Lindo Drive.
        She expressed her concern with children safety and gang activity and urged the council to
        demolish the condos.
Rodney Brown, Murrieta, expressed his concerns for safety by the condos and asked the Council to
        demolish the condos.
Charles Burleson, Murrieta, expressed his concern with vandalism and safety with the abandoned
        condos and asked Council to expedite the demolition of the condos.
Silvia Provenzano, Murrieta, asked the Council to take an aggressive approach to demolish the
        condos.

Brenda Dennstedt, Metropolitan Water District, invited the public and Council to an Agriculture
      outlook event which has ranchers and nurseries participating.

Charles Washington, Rico Barber Shop, expressed his concerns with Murrieta Police Department
       actions they have taken with his business and customers.

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DEPARTMENT/COMMISSION ANNOUNCEMENTS:
City Clerk – City Clerk Kay Vinson reminded the public that there was one hour left to vote.
Community Services – Recreation Services Manager Debbie Tharp reported the Veteran’s Day
Parade will be on Sunday, November 11 at 1:00 p.m. The parade route will begin at the corner of
Washington and Ivy and will end at Town Square Park.
Library – Principal Librarian Julia Steadman gave a PowerPoint presentation on a new device
coming in December called play-aways. These are audio books that are 3 inches small and have the
capability to be played anywhere. The library will be starting with 140 titles. Director of Library
Services Loretta McKinney said the money to purchase these devices came from the Town Hall
Association and the Murrieta Friends of the Library.
City Manager – Interim City Manager Jim Holston reminded the public that there are only 34 days
until Christmas.

GOVERNING BODY ANNOUNCEMENTS:
It was unanimously agreed that the governing body announcements would be moved to the end of
the meeting due to time constraints.
Mayor McAllister spoke about the great response the City took with the wild fires a few weeks ago.
He commended the first responders and thanked the Police and Fire Chief for their quick decision
making and efforts.

APPROVAL OF CITY COUNCIL CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 1-24.
Council Member Bennett asked to pull Item 8, authorization to declare accounts receivables as
uncollectible.

Action:          It was moved by Gibbs and seconded by Thomasian to approve City Council consent
                 calendar items 1-7 and 9-24. On roll call, the vote was:
                 AYES:         Bennett, *Enochs, Gibbs, Thomasian, and McAllister.
                 NOES:         *Enochs on item 24, budget adjustment for the extension of a
                               consultant agreement with Jack McGee for preparation of an update to
                               the Historic Downtown Specific Plan and In-Lieu Parking Study.
1.        WAIVED READING OF ALL ORDINANCE INTRODUCTIONS ON THIS AGENDA AND
          READ BY TITLE ONLY
2.        MINUTES
Action:          Approved the minutes of the 4:30 p.m. Closed Session, 5:30 p.m. Workshop and 6:00
                 p.m. Regular Meeting on October 16, 2007.
3.        TREASURER'S REPORT - SEPTEMBER 2007
Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1850 receiving and filing the monthly treasurer's report for
                 the month of September 2007.
4.        FINANCE DEPARTMENT BUDGET ADJUSTMENT
Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1851 to transfer $9,500 Finance salary savings to the
                 audit account for the purpose of conducting a special audit on the GovPartner
                 software program.
5.        SURPLUS EQUIPMENT

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Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1852 declaring scanner equipment as surplus.
6.        BANK OF AMERICA SIGNATURE AUTHORIZATION FOR CITY FUNDS
Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1853 changing the authorized signature list for Bank of
                 America accounts.
7.        LOCAL AGENCY INVESTMENT FUND (LAIF) FOR CITY AND RDA FUNDS
Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1854 changing the authorized signature list for LAIF
                 accounts.
9.        EASEMENTS FOR LINNEL LANE EXTENSION PROJECT (APN 392-310-004)

Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1856 authorizing the City Manager to accept the deeds
                 for a temporary construction easement for APN 392-310-004 from Mohamad Ali
                 Mahdavi and Nahid Roody Mahdavi for right-of-way purposes in connection to the
                 Linnel Lane Extension Project totaling $8,500 and authorizing expenditure of funds
                 for the construction easement.

10.       EASEMENTS FOR LINNEL LANE EXTENSION PROJECT (APN 392-290-014)
Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1857 authorizing the City Manager to execute the
                 Agreement for Conveyance of Easement and accept the deeds for a slope and
                 drainage easement and for a temporary construction easement for APN 392-290-014
                 from JBH Investment, LLC totaling $130,000 for right-of-way purposes in connection
                 to the Linnel Lane Extension Project and authorizing expenditure of funds for the
                 easement acquisition.

11.       EASEMENTS FOR LINNEL LANE EXTENSION PROJECT (APN 392-320-001)
Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1858 authorizing the City Manager to accept the following
                 two easement deeds: 1) a permanent slope and drainage easement; and 2) a
                 temporary construction easement, each for APN 392-320-001, from the owners,
                 Golden City Land Company, Inc. and Lansing Industries, Inc. Profit Sharing Plan and
                 Trust, for right-of-way purposes in connection to the Linnel Lane Extension Project
                 and authorize the expenditure of funds for the easement acquisition.

12.       EASEMENTS FOR LINNEL LANE EXTENSION PROJECT (APN 392-290-013)

Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1859 authorizing the City Manager to execute the
                 Agreement for Conveyance of Easement and accept the deeds for a slope and
                 drainage easement and for a temporary construction easement for APN 392-290-013
                 from Jeffery B. and Doris E. Hale totaling $131,000 for right-of-way purposes in
                 connection to the Linnel Lane Extension Project and authorize expenditure of funds
                 for the easement acquisition.

13.       RECLASSIFICATION OF THE BUILDING AND SAFETY MANAGER TO DIRECTOR OF
          BUILDING AND SAFETY
Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1860 authorizing the City Manager to reclassify the
                 position of Building and Safety Services Manager to Director of Building and Safety
                 and eliminate the Building and Safety Manager position.
14.       EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT FOR THE POSITION OF CITY MANAGER


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Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1861 authorizing execution of an Employment Agreement
                 with Rick Dudley for the position of City Manager.
15.       AGREEMENT FOR TEMPORARY PERSONNEL SERVICES
Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1862 authorizing execution of an Agreement with
                 Moreland and Associates, Inc. in the amount of $38,000 for temporary personnel
                 services related to the position of Interim Finance Director.
16.       BUDGET ADJUSTMENT FOR FINANCE DIRECTOR RECRUITMENT SERVICES
Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1863 authorizing a budget transfer in the amount of
                 $22,000 from fund number 001-3200-05011.000 to fund number 001-2101-06410.000
                 for Finance Director recruiting services
17.       PURCHASE OF RECYCLING CLUSTERS FOR CITY PARKS
Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1864 authorizing the purchase of recycling clusters for
                 City parks from Kettle Creek Corporation in an amount not to exceed $16,300.
18.       FINAL TRACT MAP 29981-1, A 25-LOT RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISON MAP LOCATED
          WEST OF HAYES AVENUE, SOUTH OF KALMIA STREET
Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1865 approving Final Tract Map 29981-1, a 25-lot
                 residential subdivision map located west of Hayes Avenue, south of Kalmia Street.
19.       SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL GRANT PROGRAM
Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1866 in support and authorizing the application for the
                 State Safe Routes to School (SR2S) grant program.
20.       ALLOCATION OF AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT FUNDS
Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1867 authorizing the transfer of $31,000 from Air Quality
                 Management District reserves to account 080-0000-07112.000 for the purchase and
                 installation of diesel emissions equipment for two dump trucks.
21.       REPORT ON MEETING ATTENDANCE
Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1868 receiving and filing the report on meeting
                 attendance.
22.       ACCEPTANCE OF A PORTION OF LOT A OF PM 32893 FOR LANDSCAPE
          MAINTENANCE
Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1869 accepting the landscape improvements; and direct
                 the Murrieta Community Services District to commence maintenance of the
                 landscape associated with these parcels and recordation of appropriate documents.
23.       REPLACEMENT OF A PLOTTER IN THE GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS
          (G.I.S.) DEPARTMENT
Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1870 to expend funds for the purchase of a replacement
                 plotter for the G.I.S. Department and declare the replaced equipment as surplus.
24.       BUDGET ADJUSTMENT FOR THE EXTENSION OF A CONSULTANT AGREEMENT
          WITH JACK MCGEE FOR PREPARATION OF AN UPDATE TO THE HISTORIC
          DOWNTOWN SPECIFIC PLAN AND IN-LIEU PARKING STUDY



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Action:          Adopted Resolution No. 07-1871 approving a budget adjustment of $15,000 from
                 Planning Department salary savings and authorizing the City Manager to extend the
                 existing consultant services agreement with Jack McGee for 90 days. (Noes: Enochs)
PULLED CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS
8.        AUTHORIZATION TO DECLARE ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLES AS UNCOLLECTIBLE
Deputy City Manager Teri Ferro gave the staff report on this item and answered questions from the
Council. City Attorney Leslie Devaney answered Council questions.
Action:          A motion was made by Enochs and seconded by Gibbs to adopt Resolution No. 07-
                 1855 declaring certain account receivables totaling $36,410 as uncollectible.
                 AYES:         Bennett, Enochs, Gibbs, Thomasian, and McAllister.
                 NOES:         None
25.       PUBLIC HEARING-CONSIDERATION OF APPEAL OF CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL
          ADOPTED BY THE PLANNING COMMISSION FOR DEVELOPMENT PLAN 005-1788
          AND TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP 34265, LOCATED ON THE SOUTHEASTERLY CORNER
          OF JEFFERSON AVENUE AND KALMIA STREET
Planning Director Mary Lanier gave the staff report on this item and answered Council questions.

Glen Daigle, Oak Grove Equities Inc., addressed the Council and verified he has complied with all of
the changes that Council had requested at the previous meeting.

Action:          A motion was made by Gibbs and seconded by Thomasian to adopt Resolution No.
                 07-1872 approving the applicants appeal request and upholding the Planning
                 Commission’s decision to approve Development Plan (DP0-005-1788) and Tentative
                 Parcel Map 34265 (TPM-007-2314) and modify conditions of approval as follows:
                        # 22: The addition of the following wording: “The permitee shall designate an
                               enclosure to enclose recyclable containers for the site. The permitee
                               shall provide a recycling plan to the City of Murrieta for review. The
                               locations and number of containers shall be approved and coordinated
                               with Waste Management”;
                        # 25: The addition of the following wording: “The building on Parcel 1 shall
                               provide the additional architectural treatments on the north elevation
                               (elevation facing Kohl’s) as per revised elevations dated October 24,
                               2007”;
                        #115: Uphold the Planning Commission’s approval of this condition.
                 AYES:         Bennett, Enochs, Gibbs, Thomasian, and McAllister
                 NOES:         None
26.       STEPP ROAD IMPROVEMENTS, CIP NO. 8431
Public Works Director Pat Thomas gave the staff report on this item and answered Council
questions.

Action:          A motion was made by Gibbs and seconded by Thomasian to adopt Resolution No.
                 07-1873 to award the Contract and authorize the City Manager to execute the
                 Contract for the construction of Stepp Road Improvements, CIP No. 8431, and
                 additional street improvements from the I-215 Overcrossing at Lionel Lane, CIP No.
                 8228 to the lowest responsible bidder, R.J. Noble, Inc. for $1,298,906.95.
                 AYES:           Bennett, Enochs, Gibbs, Thomasian, and McAllister
                 NOES:           one


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27.       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PLAN (CIP) AMENDMENT

Public Works Director Pat Thomas gave the staff report on this item and answered Council
questions.

Action:          A motion was made by Gibbs and seconded by Bennett to adopt Resolution No. 07-
                 1874 amending the CIP to increase the project budget for the preliminary engineering
                 and environmental clearance for the bridge on Jackson Avenue at Warm Springs
                 Creek (CIP #8335), and appropriate $148,200 from Measure A and $251,800 from
                 developer deposits for cash-in-lieu.
                 AYES:        Bennett, Enochs, Gibbs, Thomasian, and McAllister
                 NOES:        None

28.       CONTINUANCE OF WATER EFFICIENT LANDSCAPE ORDINANCE

Interim City Manager Jim Holston asked Council to move this item to the next meeting.

Action:          A motion was made by Gibbs and seconded by Thomasian to continue the first
                 reading of the Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance to November 20, 2007.
                 AYES:          Bennett, Enochs, Gibbs, Thomasian, and McAllister
                 NOES:          None

29.       MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING FOR PHYSICIANS HOSPITAL OF MURRIETA

Public Works Director Patrick Thomas gave the staff report on this item and answered Council
questions.

Phil Oberhansley, Parks and Oberhansley, gave a brief overview of the project.

Dr. Piconi, Physicians Hospital, addressed the Council about the project and announced that Loma
Linda had agreed to be a partner. He also stated the hospital will have any medical service available
except transplant surgery.

Mel Sauder, Loma Linda, spoke about the partnership and answered Council questions.

Action:          A motion was made by Gibbs and seconded by Bennett to adopt Resolution No. 07-
                 1875, approving the Memorandum of Understanding with Physicians Hospital of
                 Murrieta setting forth the procedures for review and consideration of proposed
                 development of the hospital facility.
                 AYES:          Bennett, Enochs, Gibbs, Thomasian, and McAllister
                 NOES:          None

30.       LOS ALAMOS ROAD MEDIANS

Public Works Director Pat Thomas gave the staff report on this item.

Chuck Moulin, City Bagel and Bakery, addressed the Council about his concerns with the median
      project and how it has affected his business, as well as many other businesses in his section
      of the Las Brisas shopping center.
Alex Mestas, McDonalds, Murrieta, spoke about the public safety hazard that the medians have
      produced.
Timothy Hieter, TJ’s Pizza Co, addressed the council about the fiscal impact the medians have
      produced at his business.

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Jeremy Schembri, Murrieta, spoke about the safety and economic issues that the medians have
       caused his businesses as well as the other businesses in the shopping center.
Joe Gisis, Murrieta, spoke about the safety issue in the shopping center.

Interim City Manager Jim Holston and Traffic Engineer Susan Vombaur answered Council
questions.

Mayor Pro Tem Gibbs suggested City staff and business owners form a committee to take a look at
the Los Alamos Road median issues.

GOVERNING BODY ANNOUNCMENTS/ACTIONS/COMMENTS
Bennett:         Attended the Safe Alternatives for Everyone annual meeting which focuses on
                        preventing domestic violence and provides intervention for victims.
                 Attended the Chamber of Commerce mixer at Country Wide Mortgage in Murrieta.
                 Attended Murrieta Temecula Group RCTC meeting when the Executive Director
                        spoke about the freeway projects and particularly on the RCTC toll program.
                 Commented on the great job the Fire and Police Departments did during the fires a
                        few weeks ago. She also spoke about the reverse 9-1-1 system.
                 Council Member Bennett obtained consensus to place a policy on writing off bad debt
                        on a future agenda.

Enochs:          Commented on the presentation given by Celest Cantu and said there are water
                       districts that will give a rebate if you purchase a smart water sprinkler system.
                 Requested a green arrow or some type of indicator installed just south of Adams and
                       west of Kalmia.
                 Requested the curb that makes a sharp turn by the Adams street improvement be
                       painted or have some type of signage posted to prevent people from driving
                       into it.
                 Thanked Deputy City Manager Teri Ferro for her work with the City.

Gibbs:           Attended the Brown Act training presented by the District Attorney.
                 Congratulated the Fire and Police departments on a job well done during the wind
                        fires a few weeks ago.
                 Thanked the Fire Department for a fast response to the fire that was at the Colony’s
                        snack bar.
                 Inquired if Murrieta has a fiduciary section in the municipal code and suggested
                        looking into this.
                 Requested to have the City Attorney look into the condo issue that was presented in
                        public comments.
                 Suggested having a presentation on how the reverse 9-1-1 system works.

Thomasian: Participated in the Komen Race for the Cure.
           Attended the Library Volunteer Appreciation breakfast.
           Commented on the communication between the City Manager, School District
                   Superintendent, and the Fire and Police Chiefs on putting together the very
                   successful evacuation center in Murrieta at Vista Murrieta High School.
           Attended the WRCOG meeting with Attorney General Jerry Brown, who made a
                   presentation on global warming.
           Commented on Deputy City Manager Teri Ferro and thanked her for the work she did
                   for Murrieta and wished her luck.

McAllister:      Attended the Race for the Cure event.
                 Attended the mixer with Council Member Bennett.
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                 Thanked staff for a tour of the new City Hall.
                 Attended the City’s surprise going away party for Ron Bradley.
                 Attended the Safe Alternatives for Everyone (SAFE) meeting where the City was
                         presented with a plaque for being a sponsor.
                 Participated in the Walk a Mile in their Shoes event which was sponsored by the
                         District Attorney’s office.
                 Mentioned the Emergency Operating Procedure Manual needs updating.
                 Requested that staff take care of the arrows on Village Walk Place going onto Kalmia.
                 Announced the recipients of the Student of the Month award from local area schools.

ADJOURNMENT

Action:          On a motion by Gibbs and seconded by Thomasian the meeting was adjourned at
                 9:26 p.m.




                                                                    A. Kay Vinson, MMC
                                                                    City Clerk




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CALL TO ORDER: President Douglas McAllister called the Regular Meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.
Present were: Bennett, Enochs, Gibbs, Thomasian, and McAllister. Absent: None.
Council Member Enochs asked to pull Item 32, Award of contract for purchase of replacement engine 1.

APPROVAL OF FIRE DISTRICT CONSENT CALENDAR ITEM 31.
Action:        It was moved by Gibbs and seconded by Thomasian to approve Murrieta Fire District
               consent calendar item 31. On roll call, the vote was:
               AYES:         Bennett, Enochs, Gibbs, Thomasian, and McAllister
               NOES:         None
31.       MINUTES
Action:        Approved the minutes of the 6:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on September 18, 2007.
32.       AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR PURCHASE OF REPLACEMENT ENGINE 1
Fire Chief Christman gave the staff report and answered Council questions.

Action:        A motion was made by Gibbs and seconded by Bennett to adopt Resolution No. 07-92
               authorizing the purchase of Replacement Engine 1 in the amount of $413,688 from Pierce
               Manufacturing, Inc.
               AYES:          Bennett, Enochs, Gibbs, Thomasian, and McAllister
               NOES:          None

ADJOURNMENT

Action:        On a motion by Gibbs and seconded by Thomasian the meeting was adjourned at 9:26
               p.m.




                                                                 A. Kay Vinson, MMC
                                                                 Secretary