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					MURRIETA CITY COUNCIL MINUTES                                      APRIL 15, 2003
26442 BECKMAN COURT                                                6:00 PM WORKSHOP
MURRIETA, CA                                                       6:30 PM CLOSED SESSION
                                                                   7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

UPDATE ON SERVICES PROVIDED BY ANIMAL FRIENDS OF THE VALLEY
Mayor Ostling called the workshop to order at 6:05 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Seyarto and Ostling.
Absent: van Haaster and Youens.

Chris Paxton, Human Resources Manager, introduced Ann Washington, Animal Friends of the
Valley. Ms. Washington conveyed that only 11.6% of building will be needed for Murrieta, which is
reflected in Murrieta’s cost. Kris Anderson, President, distributed information regarding increased
costs due to a new facility and legislation lengthening the holding period for animals.

The workshop adjourned at 6:22 p.m.

CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR CHRIS PAXTON, MURRIETA FIREFIGHTERS
ASSOCIATION (G.C. 54957.6)

By consensus at 6:30 p.m. the Council recessed to closed session for the purpose stated above.
Present were: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster and Ostling. Absent: Youens. Closed session
adjourned at 7:05 p.m.

CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Richard Ostling called the regular meeting to order at 7:10 p.m. He
indicated there was no reportable action from closed session.
ROLL CALL: Present:           Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster and Ostling
           Absent:            Youens due to being out of town

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:

INVOCATION:           Pastor J.T. Greenleaf, Murrieta United Methodist Church

PRESENTATIONS:

       STEVEN MILLER, COMMANDING OFFICER, NAVSEA, CORONA/NORCO
Captain Miller gave a visual presentation on the Surface Warfare Center in Norco, displaying
pictures prior to the base 60 years ago and currently. He described their duties, both with warfare
and otherwise. He displayed their assets, including the warfare laboratory and measurement science
& technology facility. He conveyed they employ 900 personnel plus 800 contract employees, and
they operate as a business. He stressed their community relations composed of adopt-a-school
programs, computer donations, tutorial programs, and partnering with University of California at
Riverside.

       PROCLAMATION TO THIRD DISTRICT SUPERVISOR JAMES VENABLE IN
       RECOGNITION OF CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH

Mayor Ostling presented the proclamation to Opal Hellweg and Bob Brunson, representing
Supervisor Jim Venable’s office. Bob Brunson discussed efforts to prevent child abuse.

       PRESENTATION TO POLICE CHIEF DAN HIGGINBOTHAM

The entire City Council presented Chief Higginbotham with a plaque in recognition of his service to
the Department and community.
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APPROVAL OF AGENDA
Action:          The agenda was unanimously approved on a motion by Enochs and second by van
                 Haaster.

PUBLIC COMMENTS:
Cecilia Anderson and Lisa DiRezze, both of Murrieta, complained about code enforcement lack of
        enforcement of a neighbor’s trash pile, saying 20 days is too long without a citation.
Ingrid McCarthy, Murrieta, stated opposition to closure of Murrieta Creek Drive; and she addressed
        the inexact cost for the permanent closure.
Tony Maietta, Murrieta, clarified he did not allege the City Council took money over closure of
        Murrieta Creek Drive. However, he did point out conflicts of interest due to relationships. Mr.
        Maietta also indicated options were suggested.
Beverly Stuart-Borok, Temecula, invited the community to a genealogy open house on April 28th at
        the Temecula Library.

DEPARTMENT/COMMISSION ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Community Services – Director Jim Holston introduced James Stookins, Recreation Supervisor. Mr.
Stookins announced the Easter Eggstravaganza on Saturday, April 19th beginning at 9:00 a.m. at
California Oaks Sports Park. He also reported they are working on senior field trips and youth day
camps. The Easter bunny presented Easter baskets to the City Council.
 Fire Department – Chief Armentrout shared that approximately 1,000 people turned out for the 56th
annual barbecue. He also conveyed Murrieta will have expanded ambulance service since an
ambulance will be housed at Fire Station 2 in addition to the ambulance currently housed at Fire
Station 3.
Engineering Department – Jim Kinley, Public Works Director, provided updates on capital
improvement projects including traffic signals on Kalmia at Jefferson and Adams, traffic signals on
Whitewood, B Street improvements, median landscaping on Murrieta Hot Springs Road, interim
improvements for the I-215 interchange ramps and signals, reclaimed water line installation by
Rancho California Water District on Clinton Keith Road, and he indicated there is no change in the
contingency report. Mr. Kinley responded to the progress of the Washington Street improvements.

GOVERNING BODY ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Seyarto:     Congratulated the Odyssey of the Mind high school team for placing first at State
                   finals on April 5th.
Enochs:      Wished a safe return home for all the troops.
van Haaster: Commended the Fire Department on the Firefighter’s annual barbecue.
Ostling:     Shared that the Police Department competed last weekend in the Baker to Las Vegas
                   run, finishing fourth overall, only 12 minutes behind the winner.

APPROVAL OF CITY COUNCIL CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 1-13 AND 14 AS MODIFIED
Council Member Enochs asked to pull items #15, agreement with MuniFinancial for administration of
the CSD assessment, and #16, agreement with MuniFinancial for administration of landscaping and
lighting districts.

Action:          It was moved by Seyarto and seconded by van Haaster to approve City Council
                 consent calendar items 1-13 and item #14 with modification to authorize advertising
                 for the Commissions with the exception of Transportation & Traffic Commission and
                 Public Safety Commission. On roll call the vote was:
                 AYES:          *Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster and Ostling
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                 NOES:         *Enochs with respect to payment to Rick Engineering on the register of
                               demands
                 ABSENT:       Youens
1.        WAIVED READING OF ALL ORDINANCE INTRODUCTIONS ON THIS AGENDA AND
          READ BY TITLE ONLY
2.        MINUTES
Action:          Approved the Minutes of the 6:00 p.m. Workshop, 6:30 p.m. Closed Session and 7:00
                 p.m. Regular Meeting held April 1, 2003.
3.        REGISTER OF DEMANDS
Action:          Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $795,322.14 through April 1,
                 2003.
4.        TREASURER'S REPORT
Action:          Received and filed the summary of investment transactions for the month ending
                 March 31, 2003.
5.        RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE DESTRUCTION OF RECORDS MAINTAINED BY THE
          HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT (RECRUITMENT RECORDS)
Action:          Adopted Resolution 03-1169 Authorizing the Destruction of Certain Human
                 Resources Department Records, Documents and Papers, Pursuant to Sections
                 34090 and 34090.6 of the Government Code of the State of California.
6.        RESOLUTION APPROVING FINAL PARCEL MAP 31062, A TWO-PARCEL
          COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT MAP LOCATED ON HANCOCK AVENUE NORTH OF
          MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS ROAD, SOUTH OF LOS ALAMOS ROAD AND WEST OF
          INTERSTATE 215, AND ASSOCIATED AGREEMENT
Action:          Adopted Resolution 03-1170 Approving Final Parcel Map 31062 and associated
                 Agreement.
7.        RESOLUTION APPROVING FINAL TRACT MAP 29381, A 35-LOT RESIDENTIAL
          SUBDIVISION LOCATED NORTH OF MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS ROAD, SOUTH OF
          HUNTER ROAD AND WEST OF WINCHESTER ROAD, AND ASSOCIATED AGREEMENT
Action:          Adopted Resolution 03-1171 Approving Final Tract Map 29381 and associated
                 Agreement.
8.        RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SUMMARY VACATION OF A PORTION OF HAYES
          AVENUE AND ELM STREET, BOTH LYING WITHIN TRACT MAP 30172, LOCATED
          NORTHERLY OF ELM STREET, SOUTHERLY OF FIG STREET, WESTERLY OF
          DOUGLAS AVENUE AND EASTERLY OF THE CITY LIMITS
Action:          Adopted Resolution 03-1172 approving the summary vacation of a portion of both
                 Hayes Avenue and Elm Street.
9.        RESOLUTION APPROVING THE GRANT DEED OF EASEMENT OF PORTIONS OF
          RIGHT-OF-WAY LYING ALONG MAGNOLIA STREET ADJACENT TO TRACT 30273,
          LOCATED EAST OF WASHINGTON AVENUE, WEST OF ADAMS AVENUE, AND NORTH
          OF MAGNOLIA STREET, TO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON FOR UNDER
          GROUNDING OF UTILITIES
Action:          Adopted Resolution 03-1173 approving the Grant Deed of easement to Southern
                 California Edison.
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10.       RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS/CITY ENGINEER TO
          SIGN AGREEMENTS WITH THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR FEDERAL AID
          PROJECTS
Action:          Adopted Resolution 03-1174.
11.       ELM STREET AT JEFFERSON AVENUE INTERSECTION AND SIGNAL PROJECT
          ADDITION TO THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
Action:          Authorized the Elm Street at Jefferson Avenue Intersection and Signal Project to be
                 included in the Capital Improvement Program with the total budget of $155,000 to be
                 funded completely by private development.
12.       DEDICATION OF RIVERSIDE COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER
          CONSERVATION DISTRICT EASEMENT FOR SANTA GERTRUDIS VALLEY -
          WINCHESTER ROAD STORM DRAIN, STAGE 2
Action:          Authorized the Mayor to execute the Quit Claim Deed in favor of the Riverside County
                 Flood Control and Water Conservation District for Santa Gertrudis Valley -
                 Winchester Road Storm Drain, Stage 2.
13.       JOINT AGREEMENT FOR ADELPHIA AUDIT
Action:          Approved an Agreement among 12 cities for a joint audit of Adelphia franchise fee
                 and utility tax payments at a cost of $1,004 and authorized the Mayor to execute the
                 Agreement.
14.       COMMISSION APPOINTMENTS

Action:          Authorized the City Clerk to advertise for applications to fill Commission vacancies
                 expiring June 30, 2003, with the exception of the Transportation & Traffic
                 Commission and Public Safety Commission due to a potential merger of those
                 Commissions.
17.       CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING ON DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND VESTING TENTATIVE
          PARCEL MAP 31102 FOR A 492 UNIT APARTMENT COMPLEX AND AMENDMENT TO
          GOLDEN TRIANGLE DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK PLAN REMOVING TARGET
          DENSITY, LOCATED SOUTH OF LOS ALAMOS ROAD AND EAST OF I-15 (CAMEO
          HOMES)
Paul Swancott, Assistant Planner, and Ken Seumalo, Associate Civil Engineer, gave the staff report.
Mayor Ostling opened the public hearing.
Tien Gu, Murrieta, pointed out the property floods.
Action:          By consensus Council recessed at 8:25 p.m. and reconvened at 8:35 p.m.
Public Works Director Jim Kinley distributed three revisions for conditions #81, #82 and #83.
Vic Mahony, Orange, discussed the history of Cameo Homes; and he presented their proposed
      project.
Ingrid Vernon, Murrieta, requested construction of a block-wall between the project and her property,
        and she asked for paving up to parcel 4.
Speaking in opposition to the project were:
Sonia O’Leary, Murrieta, expressed concern about increased traffic on Lincoln.
David Fetchen, Murrieta, also objected to the project because of additional traffic and appearance of
       the community.

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Michael Gorso, Murrieta, objected to the impacts from the project to his neighborhood.
The public hearing was closed.
Action:          Council Member van Haaster moved and Seyarto seconded to close the public
                 hearing and continue consideration of approval of the project to June 17, 2003 with
                 more information on traffic impacts, line of site distance, flooding issues and block
                 wall. Further direction was given to advertise the public hearing again. Motion carried
                 unanimously (Absent: Youens).
18.       PUBLIC HEARING - FORMATION OF THE LANDSCAPING AND STREET LIGHTING
          DISTRICTS AND THE LEVY OF THE SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS FOR THE 2003-2004
          FISCAL YEAR FOR NO. 9 - TAPESTRY, NO. 14 - SYCAMORE RANCH, NO. 15 - GREER
          RANCH, NO. 16 - MAPLETON
City Attorney John Harper provided the staff report. Mayor Ostling opened the public hearing.
City Clerk A. Kay Vinson announced the following results of the mailed ballot elections.
No. 9 Tapestry               62 Yes ballots totaling $24,052.34 12 No ballots totaling $3,653.52
No. 14 Sycamore Ranch       108 Yes ballots totaling $24,477.36 3 No ballots totaling $ 309.84:
No. 15 Greer Ranch           19 Yes ballots totaling $ 69,462.44 0 No ballots totaling $ -0-
No. 16 Mapleton               7 Yes ballots totaling $160,124.16 14 No ballots totaling $5,718.72

The public hearing was closed.

Action:          It was moved by van Haaster and seconded by Enochs to adopt the following:
                 a) Resolution 03-1175 Ordering the Formation of a Landscaping and Street Lighting
                     Maintenance District and Confirming a Diagram and Assessment and Providing
                     for Annual Assessment Levy for Landscaping and Street Lighting District No. 9,
                     Tapestry, and approving the annual levies of the assessments for the Fiscal Year
                     2003-2004 for the District.
                 b) Resolution 03-1176 Ordering the Formation of a Landscaping and Street Lighting
                     Maintenance District and Confirming a Diagram and Assessment and Providing
                     for Annual Assessment Levy for Landscaping and Street Lighting District No. 14,
                     Sycamore Ranch, and approving the annual levies of the assessments for the
                     Fiscal Year 2003-2004 for the District.
                 c) Resolution 03-1177 Ordering the Formation of a Landscaping and Street Lighting
                     Maintenance District and Confirming a Diagram and Assessment and Providing
                     for Annual Assessment Levy for Landscaping and Street Lighting District No. 15,
                     Greer Ranch, and approving the annual levies of the assessments for the Fiscal
                     Year 2003-2004 for the District.
                 d) Resolution 03-1178 Ordering the Formation of a Landscaping and Street Lighting
                     Maintenance District and Confirming a Diagram and Assessment and Providing
                     for Annual Assessment Levy for Landscaping and Street Lighting District No. 16,
                     Mapleton, and approving the annual levies of the assessments for the Fiscal Year
                     2003-2004 for the District.
                 On roll call the vote was:
                 AYES:            Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster and Ostling
                 NOES:            None
                 ABSENT:          Youens

Action:          By consensus Council recessed at 9:55 p.m. and reconvened at 10:02 p.m.
19.       PUBLIC HEARING - FORMATION OF THE LANDSCAPING AND STREET LIGHTING
          DISTRICT NO. 18 FOR THE VINEYARDS

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Action:          A motion was made by Seyarto and seconded by van Haaster to continue the public
                 hearing to May 6, 2003 at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers, regarding the formation
                 of Landscaping and Street Lighting District No. 18 for the Vineyards. Motion carried
                 unanimously (Absent: Youens).
20.       RESOLUTION OF INTENTION TO AMEND PERS CONTRACT ADDING SECTION 21362.2
          (3% AT 50 FULL FORMULA FOR LOCAL SAFETY MEMBERS) AND INTRODUCTION OF
          AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE CHANGE
City Manager Stephen Mandoki reviewed the staff report.
Action:     On a motion by Seyarto and second by van Haaster, Resolution of Intention 03-1179 was
            adopted to approve an Amendment to Contract between the Board of Administration,
            California Public Employees’ Retirement System and the Murrieta City Council to provide
            Section 21362.2 (3% @ 50 full formula) for local safety members. In addition an
            ordinance was introduced, with the title read by the City Clerk, authorizing an amendment
            to the contract between the City Council of the City of Murrieta and the Board of
            Administration of the California Public Employees’ Retirement System for a 3% at 50
            benefit for sworn police officers.
            On roll call the vote was:
            AYES:               Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster and Ostling
            NOES:               None
            ABSENT:             Youens

PULLED CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS:
15.       AGREEMENT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITH MUNIFINANCIAL FOR THE
          COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT AND PARK TAX ADMINISTRATION FOR THE
          ANNUAL LEVY OF ASSESSMENT
Action:     Enochs moved and van Haaster seconded to approve an Agreement for Professional
            Services with MuniFinancial for the Community Service District and Park Tax
            Administration for the Levy of Assessments, at a base cost of $25,350. On roll call the
            vote was:
            AYES:              Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster and Ostling
            NOES:              None
            ABSENT:            Youens
16.       AGREEMENT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITH MUNIFINANCIAL FOR THE
          LANDSCAPING AND LIGHTING DISTRICTS ADMINISTRATION FOR THE ANNUAL
          LEVY OF ASSESSMENTS
Action:     A motion was made by Enochs and seconded by Seyarto to approve an Agreement for
            Professional Services with MuniFinancial for the Landscaping and Lighting Districts
            Administration for the annual levy of assessments at a cost of $26,278 plus future
            districts at $1,400 for base administration fee, $100 per zone administration fee and $150
            per parcel administration fee. On roll call the vote was:
            AYES:               Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster and Ostling
            NOES:               None
            ABSENT:             Youens




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CLOSED SESSION: CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATOR, COMMUNITY
SERVICES DIRECTOR JIM HOLSTON, REGARDING ACQUISITION OF REAL PROPERTY AT
37525 LOS ALAMOS ROAD (G.C. 54956.8)

Action:          By consensus at 10:11 p.m. Council recessed to closed session for the purpose
                 stated above. Upon reconvening at 10:26 p.m., there was no reportable action.
ADJOURNMENT
Action:          At 10:27 p.m. the meeting was unanimously adjourned on a motion by van Haaster
                 and seconded by Enochs.

                                                      _____________________________
                                                      A. Kay Vinson, MMC
                                                      City Clerk




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MURRIETA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MINUTES                             APRIL 15, 2003
26442 BECKMAN COURT, MURRIETA, CA                                 7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

Chair Ostling called the regular meeting to order at 7:10 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Seyarto, van
Haaster and Ostling. Absent: Youens due to being out of town.

APPROVAL OF REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 21-23
Action:     It was moved by Seyarto and seconded by van Haaster to approve Redevelopment
            Agency consent calendar items 21-23. On roll call the vote was:
            AYES:            Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster and Ostling
            NOES:            None
            ABSENT:          Youens
21.       MINUTES
Action:        Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting held April 1, 2003.
22.       REGISTER OF DEMANDS
Action:        Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $1,957.86 through April 1, 2003.
23.       APPROVAL OF MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH CAMEO HOMES FOR THE
          PROVISION OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING AS REQUIRED BY STATE LAW
Action:        Approved 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.
ADJOURNMENT
Action:        At 10:27 p.m. the meeting was unanimously adjourned on a motion by van Haaster
               and seconded by Enochs.

                                                   _______________________________
                                                   A. Kay Vinson, MMC
                                                   City Clerk
MURRIETA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MINUTES                      APRIL 15, 2003
26442 BECKMAN COURT, MURRIETA, CA                                 7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

President Ostling called the regular meeting to order at 7:10 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Seyarto,
van Haaster and Ostling. Absent: Youens due to being out of town.

APPROVAL OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 24-30
Action:        It was moved by Seyarto and seconded by van Haaster to approve Murrieta
               Community Services District consent calendar items 24-30. On roll call the vote was:
               AYES:         Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster and Ostling
               NOES:         None
               ABSENT:       Youens
24.       MINUTES
Action:        Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on April 1, 2003.
25.       REGISTER OF DEMANDS
Action:        Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $88,468.24 through April 1,
               2003.
26.       ACCEPTANCE OF LOTS 45 & 46 AND A PORTION OF LOTS 1, 32-43 IN TRACT 29120
          FOR LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE
Action:        Accepted the landscape improvements for Lots 45 & 46 and a portion of Lots 1, 32-43
               in Tract 29120, Arborwalk V, and directed the Community Services District to
               commence maintenance of the landscape associated with these parcels and
               recordation of appropriate documents.
27.       AGREEMENT WITH VIEJO CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. FOR THE DESIGN PLAN
          COORDINATION, BID DOCUMENT/BIDDING COORDINATION AND PROJECT
          MANAGEMENT DURING CONSTRUCTION FOR FIREFIGHTERS PARK RESTROOM
          AND COPPER CANYON PARK PHASE II
Action:        Authorized staff to enter into an agreement with Viejo Construction, in the amount of
               $42,410 with a 10% contingency ($4,240), available from CIP 8329-P500 (Firefighters
               Park) and CIP 8316-P500 (Copper Canyon Park Phase II).
28.       AGREEMENT WITH FENCE BUILDERS FOR THE REPAIR OF WROUGHT IRON
          FENCING AT SPECIFIED LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT THE CITY
Action:        Authorized staff to enter into an agreement with Fence Builders in the amount of
               $27,640 plus a 10% contingency ($2,760), for the repair of wrought iron fencing at
               specified locations throughout the City.
29.       AGREEMENT WITH BLUE RIBBON PAINTING FOR THE PAINTING OF WROUGHT IRON
          FENCING AT SPECIFIED LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT THE CITY
Action:        Authorized staff to enter into an agreement with Blue Ribbon Painting in the amount
               of $45,090 plus a 10% contingency ($4,510) for the painting of wrought iron fencing
               at specified locations throughout the City.
30.       AGREEMENT WITH ALHAMBRA GROUP FOR THE LANDSCAPE DEVELOPMENT OF
          WARM SPRINGS PARK
Action:        Authorized staff to enter into an agreement with Alhambra Group for providing the
               construction documents and professional services for the landscape development of
               Warm Springs Park, with an appropriation of $2,500 with a 15% contingency ($375)
               added for reproduction and shipping costs.
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ADJOURNMENT
Action:          At 10:27 p.m. the meeting was unanimously adjourned on a motion by van Haaster
                 and seconded by Enochs.

                                                   _____________________________
                                                   A. Kay Vinson, MMC
                                                   City Clerk
MURRIETA FIRE DISTRICT MINUTES                                    APRIL 15, 2003
26442 BECKMAN COURT, MURRIETA, CA                                 7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

President Ostling called the regular meeting to order at 7:10 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Seyarto,
van Haaster and Ostling. Absent: Youens due to being out of town.

APPROVAL OF FIRE DISTRICT CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 31-35
Action:        It was moved by Seyarto and seconded by van Haaster to approve Fire District
               consent calendar items 31-35. On roll call the vote was:
               AYES:         Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster and Ostling
               NOES:         None
               ABSENT:       Youens
31.       MINUTES
Action:        Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on April 1, 2003.
32.       REGISTER OF DEMANDS
Action:        Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $110,339.84 through April 1,
               2003.
33.       RESOLUTION EXTENDING WORKER'S COMPENSATION BENEFITS TO FIRE
          EXPLORERS
Action:        Adopted Resolution FD 03-60 deeming Fire Explorers as employees for the purposes
               of worker's compensation benefits.
34.       DEDICATION OF 20 FEET FOR "B" STREET TO THE CITY OF MURRIETA
Action:        a)     Approved the dedication of land to the City of Murrieta for public street
                      purposes, known as "B" Street, consisting of approximately 5,180 square feet;
                      and
               b)     Approve execution of the Easement Deed and consent to the recording of the
                      Certificate of Acceptance by the City Manager.
35.       AGREEMENT WITH AMERICAN MEDICAL RESPONSE (AMR) AMBULANCE FOR
          QUARTERING OF AMBULANCES
Action:        Approved the contract with AMR to station ambulances at Fire Stations #2 and #3.
ADJOURNMENT
Action:        At 10:27 p.m. the meeting was unanimously adjourned on a motion by van Haaster
               and seconded by Enochs.

                                                   _____________________________
                                                   A. Kay Vinson, MMC
                                                   City Clerk

				
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