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					MURRIETA CITY COUNCIL MINUTES                              JUNE 2, 2009
24601 JEFFERSON AVE.                                       4:00 PM CLOSED SESSION
ONE TOWN SQUARE                                            5:00 PM WORKSHOP
MURRIETA, CA                                               6:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

                                     CLOSED SESSION

CS1. Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation, Pacific Horizon Financial, Inc.,
     et. al. (Warm Springs Townhomes) vs. City of Murrieta, Case No. RIC 503225 (G.C.
     54956.9a)

CS2. Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation, Haas vs. City of Murrieta re.
     APN 910-031-006 (G.C. 54956.9a)

CS3. Conference with Real Property Negotiators, Public Works Director Pat Thomas and
     John and Gary Gwinn, re. APN 909-090-001, relative to price and terms of payment
     (G.C. 54956.8)

CS4. Conference with Real Property Negotiators, Public Works Director Pat Thomas and
     Ines T. and Linda Ho, relative to right-of-way for Los Alamos Road Improvements,
     APN 949-200-006 (G.C. 54956.8)

CS5. Conference with Real Property Negotiators, Public Works Director Pat Thomas and
     Robert Gonzales and Kattie Phoong, relative to right-of-way for Monroe Avenue
     Improvements, APN 949-590-019 (G.C. 54956.8)

CS6. Conference with Real Property Negotiators, Public Works Director Pat Thomas and
     Victor T. Agnifili, relative to a Notice of Resolution of Necessity (Agnifili Parce) for
     the Ivy Street Bridge at Murrieta Creek Project, APN 906-200-012 (G.C. 54956.8)

CS7. Conference with Real Property Negotiators, Assistant City Manager Jim Holston
     and Pasha Investments, re. southwest corner of Juniper and Hayes a/k/a Murrieta
     Stud Ranch, 42670 Juniper Street, APN 906-670-001 (G.C. 54956.8)

CS8. Conference with Real Property Negotiators, Assistant City Manager Jim Holston
     and OBED Property, Inc., re. Warm Springs Creek/open space south of Hunter
     Road, 38391 Via LaColina, APN 912-370-002 (G.C. 54956.8)

CS9. Conference with Real Property Negotiators, Assistant City Manager Jim Holston
     and The Nature Conservancy, re. 100 acres at the far west end of Kalmia Street,
     outside the City Limits of Murrieta (G.C. 54956.8)

CS10.Conference with Labor Negotiator City Manager Rick Dudley, Murrieta General
     Employees Assn., Supervisors Assn., Fire Fighters Assn., Fire Management Assn.,
     and Police Executive Management (G.C. 54957.6)

CS11.Public Employee Performance Evaluation for City Attorney (G.C. 54956.95)

Action:       By consensus at 4:03 p.m., City Council recessed the meeting to closed
              session for the purposes above. Present: K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D.
              McAllister and G. Thomasian. Absent: None.
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                                          WORKSHOP

W1.         Discuss Proposed Fiscal Years 2009/10 through 2013/14 Capital Improvement
            Plan (CIP) and Provide Direction

Suzanne Wellcome, Finance Director, introduced Jim Holston, Assistant City Manager; Pat
Thomas, Public Works Director; and Teri Cardoza, Budget Analyst. Ms. Wellcome gave an
overview of the five year CIP budget, with emphasis on the first year, discussed priorities and
provided a summary of expenditures by funding source and type. Mr. Thomas covered the
continuing projects for 2009-10, which included: I-215/Clinton Keith Road Interchange; Ivy
Street Bridge over Murrieta Creek; Pavement Resurfacing Asphalt Overlay; Traffic Light
Synchronization Program; Murrieta Hot Springs Road Median; I-15/Cal Oaks Interchange; I-
15/Los Alamos Rd. overcrossing; I-215/Los Alamos Road landscaping; Guava Street Bridge
over Murrieta Creek; Guava Street: Jefferson Ave. to Murrieta Creek; Meadowlark Road: Clinton
Keith Road to Keller Road; Jefferson widening at Ballesteros; Jefferson Widening at Magnolia;
Washington Avenue: Lemon to Magnolia; Town Square Improvements and Veterans Memorial
at Town Square Park.

Continuing projects funded in Fiscal Year 2009/10 are: Police Station Phase 2 design;
Temporary Fire Station No. 5 at Vineyard Parkway; Teen Center at Cal Oaks Sports Park;
Community Center Parking Lot; Senior Center Veneer; Torrey Pines Park, Calle Estancia Park,
Phase 2; Grizzly Ridge Park; Glen Arbor Park Improvements; and Play Equipment at California
Oaks and Firefighters Parks.

Mr. Thomas also spoke about significant new projects including: I-215/Keller Road New
Interchange; synthetic turf at Los Alamos Hills Sports Park; and the General Plan update. Mr.
Holston shared it was determined that the unallocated Redevelopment Agency (RDA) funding
exists in the amount of $6.5 million and is pending funding determinations on several CIP
projects.

Mr. Thomas covered some changes from the prior CIP budget including: Storm Drain Line
D/D1; I-215/Los Alamos Road overcrossing; Date Street: Margarita to Murrieta to Murrieta Hot
Springs Road/Winchester Road; I-15 MHSR ramp modifications; Jackson Ave./Warm Springs
Creek Bridge; and New Antelope Road: Clinton Keith Road to Keller Road.

City Council agreed to defer questions until later in the meeting due to time constraints.

                                      REGULAR MEETING

CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Gary Thomasian called the meeting to order at 6:01 p.m.

ANNOUNCEMENT OF CLOSED SESSION ACTION

City Attorney Leslie Devaney announced there were no reportable actions from closed session.

ROLL CALL: Present: K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian.
Absent: None.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

INVOCATION: Bishop Raoul Sanders, Murrieta Ward, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day

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Saints.

PRESENTATIONS:

P1.     Proclamation - Michael Jennings, Murrieta Fire Department Operations Division
        Chief, 35 Years of Service

Mayor Thomasian presented Fire Captain Mike Jennings with a proclamation recognizing his 35
years of service in Murrieta. Chief Christman shared that Mr. Jennings is networked throughout
the State for his training abilities and will continue to consult for the City. Council Member Gibbs
commented on Mr. Jennings experience as a U.S. Air Force Crash Rescue Fire Fighter.

APPROVAL OF AGENDA

Action:      It was moved by R. Gibbs and seconded by D. McAllister to approve the agenda.
             AYES:      K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian
             NOES:      None

COMMUNITY REPORT: Vista Murrieta High School representative, Kyla Gisis, gave an update
on upcoming end of the school year events including an Associated Student Body (ASB)
election and graduation on June 12.

DEPARTMENT/COMMISSION ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Community Services: Manager Debbie Tharp invited the public to attend the Father’s Day Car
Show at Cal Oaks Sports Park on June 21.

Library: Director Loretta McKinney announced that 13 digitally recorded, historical stories will
be presented in the Library’s Community Room on Saturday, June 6 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The Summer Reading Program was introduced, “Be Creative and Express Yourself,” by Library
staff, which will be June 13 through August 1.

City Manager: Rick Dudley reported the FBI crime rates came out for the last calendar year
and that Murrieta placed very high as one of the safest cities.

GOVERNING BODY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Lane:          Attended the Murrieta Community Prayer Breakfast on May 9.
               Participated in the Chili Cookoff at Town Square Park on May 11.
               Reported on the League of California Cities meeting in La Quinta on May 15.
               On May 16, attended the Every 15-Minutes Program.
               Spoke about the Denim and Diamonds event on May 18.
               On May 21, attended the International Conference of Shopping Centers
                       Conference (ICSC) in Las Vegas.
               Spoke about the Law Enforcement Appreciation Dinner on May 28, where
                       a large number of Murrieta Police Officers were recognized.
               Attended the DARE graduation on May 30.
               Spoke about the Biggest Loser Event for Temecula Valley.

Gibbs:         Responded to a letter that Carol Carson wrote to the local newspaper.

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               Attended the Community Prayer Breakfast and commented on the speech that
                      Council Member Bennett made.
               Spoke about the Murrieta Valley High School Band and Choir concert at Town
                      Square Park.
               Attended the Public Safety and Traffic Commission meeting.
               Spoke at Laurel Cemetery on Memorial Day.

Bennett:       Spoke and attended the Community Prayer Breakfast on May 7.
               Attended the Western Riverside Council of Governments Executive and
                       Administrative/Finance Committee meetings.
               Participated in a press conference and opening night of the new
                       Murrieta/Temecula Youth Court on May 16.
               She, along with Council Members Gibbs and Lane, attended the Denim for
                       Diamonds Event.
               Attended the ICSC conference in Las Vegas.
               Congratulated the Police Department for being recognized at the Law
                       Enforcement Appreciation Dinner.

McAllister:    Commented on the Community Prayer Breakfast and gave kudos on Council
                      Member Bennett’s speech.
               Attended the League of California Cities meeting in La Quinta on May 15.
               Commented on the Every 15-minutes Program.
               Attended the ICSC Conference.
               Spoke about the Animal Shelter meeting.
               Commented on the safest city information that City Manager Rick Dudley spoke
                      about earlier.
               Attended the DARE graduation.

Thomasian: Spoke about the Law Enforcement Appreciation Dinner.
           Attended the Economic Development Agency Appreciation Dinner.
           Relayed he was invited to the Indonesian Council opening ceremony of the
                  Indonesian Batek textiles.

CONSENT CALENDAR - APPROVAL OF ITEMS C1-C23

Council Member McAllister commented on Item C21, Levy of Annual Assessments for the
Services within the Murrieta Consolidated Landscaping and Lighting District and C22, Levy of
Annual Assessments for the Services within the Murrieta Community Services District, asking
that staff limit the report size. City Manager Dudley replied that a copy could be provided at the
City Clerk’s office for review.

Action:        On a motion by R. Lane and seconded by K. Bennett, Consent Calendar Items
               C1 through C23 were approved.
               AYES:         K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian
               NOES:         None

C1.        Waived Reading of All Ordinance Introductions on this Agenda and Read by
           Title Only

C2.        Minutes


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Action:   Approved the City Council Minutes of the 4:00 p.m. Closed Session, 4:30 p.m.
          Workshop, and 6:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on May 5, 2009.

C3.       Check Register - April, 2009

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 06-2268, to ratify and approve the Check Register in the
          amount of $2,662,154.10 (check numbers 80605-81193) for the month of April,
          2009.

C4.       Fiscal Year 2008/09 Third Quarter Financial Report

Action:   Received the Fiscal Year 2008/09 Third Quarter Financial Report and adopted
          Resolution No. 09-2269, approving the revenue and expenditure adjustments.

C5.       Resolution Adopting the Appropriations Limit for Fiscal Year 2009/10

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2270, approving the Appropriations Limit for Fiscal
          Year 2009/10 in the amount of $119,980,771.

C6.       Award of Contract to Temeka Advertising to Continue an Off-Site
          Subdivision Direction Sign Program

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2271, awarding a contract to Temeka Advertising to
          provide public service institutional directional panels.

C7.       CalPERS Agreement to Prefund Retiree Health Benefits

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2272, approving the CalPERS Agreement and
          Election to Prefund Other Post Employment Benefits and the Delegation of
          Authority.

C8.       Pre-tax Payroll Deduction Plan for Service Credit Purchases

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2273, approving the pre-tax payroll deduction plan for
          service credit purchases.

C9.       CalPERS Employer Paid Member Contributions

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2274, approving the CalPERS Employer Paid Member
          Contribution benefit, effective July 1, 2009

C10.      Improvement Credit/Reimbursement Agreement Transportation Uniform
          Mitigation Fee Program for Murrieta Marketplace

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2275, approving the Improvement
          Credit/Reimbursement Agreement Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee Program
          for Murrieta Marketplace and authorized the Mayor to execute the Agreement on
          behalf of the City.

C11.      Award of Agreement to SB&O, Inc. for Jefferson Avenue Improvements at
          Magnolia Street and Ballestros Road

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Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2276, awarding the Agreement for engineering design
          and environmental services for the Jefferson Avenue Widening at Magnolia Street
          and Jefferson Avenue Widening at Ballestros Road to SB&O, Inc. for $147,661.

C12.      Parcel Map Waiver and Certificate of Compliance - Orchard

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2277, waiving the Parcel Map requirement and
          approving the Certificate of Compliance, dividing Parcel 5 of Parcel Map 32893, a
          retail center located on the east side of McElwain Road, north of Clinton Keith
          Road.

C13.      Amendment to Consulting Agreement with PSOMAS

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2278, approving an amendment to the consultant
          agreement with PSOMAS for project/construction management, not to exceed
          $242,000.

C14.      Amendment to Consulting Agreement with Roger S. Cunliffe-Owen, P.E.

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2279, approving an amendment to extend the
          consultant agreement with Roger S. Cunliffe-Owen, P.E. for project/construction
          management, not to exceed $149,800.

C15.      Approval of Final Parcel Map 35975 – Palmilla

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 2280, approving Final Parcel Map 35975, a seven-parcel
          commercial/retail subdivision project located north of Nutmeg Street and west of
          Jackson Avenue.

C16.      Notice of Completion for Ivy Street Improvements and Plum Avenue and
          Juniper Street Reconstruction

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2281, accepting the Ivy Street Improvements and
          Plum Avenue and Juniper Street Reconstruction as complete, and directed the
          City Clerk to record a Notice of Completion and release bonds.

C20.      Acceptance of a Portion of Lots 5-15 of Tract 29707-6

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2282, accepting the landscape improvements and
          directing the Murrieta Community Services District to commence maintenance of
          the landscape associated with these parcels and recordation of appropriate
          documents.

C21.      Levy of Annual Assessments for the Services within the Murrieta
          Consolidated Landscaping and Lighting District

Action:   1) Adopted Resolution No. 09-2283, ordering the preparation of the Engineer's
                 Report; and
           2) Adopted Resolution No. 09-2284, approving the Engineer's Report declaring
                 the City's intention to provide for the annual levy and collection of

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                 assessments.

C23       Memoranda of Understanding with the Murrieta Fire Fighters and Police
          Executive Associations

Action:    1) Adopted Resolution No. 09-2285, approving the Memorandum of
                 Understanding with the Murrieta Fire Fighters Association; and
          2) Adopted Resolution No. 2286, approving the Memorandum of Understanding
                 with the Murrieta Police Executive Association.

DISCUSSION

D1.   Construction Management Services Agreement

Public Works Director Pat Thomas spoke about the construction management services for the
Ivy Street Bridge Project at Murrieta Creek project, saying the cost is $745,760.00

Council Member McAllister asked about the change order process. Mr. Thomas stated if a
change order is needed it would need to come through the City for approval. Council Member
Lane asked when the change order approvals come through City Council. Mr. Thomas replied
once it is over 10% of the proposed project.

           It was moved by D. McAllister and seconded by K. Bennett to adopt Resolution No.
           09-2287, awarding the Agreement for construction management services for the Ivy
Action:
           Street Bridge at Murrieta Creek project to Post, Buckley, Schuh and Jernigan, Inc.
           for $745,730.03.
           AYES:         K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian
           NOES:         None

D2.        Commission Revisions

City Clerk Kay Vinson gave an overview of the revisions made to the commissions. Council
Member Lane asked about the wording of “electors” as describing those who are applying for a
seat on a Commission. City Attorney Devaney stated by using the term “electors” it would create
a more solid ordinance.

1)        Amending Chapter 2.32 to require that Commissioners be electors in the City
          of Murrieta.

Action:   It was moved by R. Gibbs and seconded by R. Lane to introduce an ordinance to
          amend Chapter 2.32 to require that Commissioners be electors in the City of
          Murrieta.
           AYES:        K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian
           NOES:        None

2)        Repealing Chapter 2.34 to dissolve the Community Steering Committee.

Mayor Thomasian asked how members of the proposed ad hoc committee will be appointed.



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City Manager Dudley responded discussion on this will come back to the City Council later in
the summer.

          It was moved by R. Lane and seconded by R. Gibbs to introduce an ordinance to
Action:
          repeal Chapter 2.34 to dissolve the Community Steering Committee.
          AYES:         K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian
          NOES:         None

3)        Amending Chapter 2.36 to include a purpose and changing meetings to an as-
          needed basis for the Historic Preservation Advisory Commission

Council Member Bennett addressed the professional experience of the appointed members of
the Commission.

          It was moved by R. Gibbs and seconded by D. McAllister to introduce an ordinance to
          amend Chapter 2.36 to include a purpose and changing meetings to an as-needed
Action:   basis for the Historic Preservation Advisory Commission with clarification to the
          purpose relative to resources and to require experience in one or more of the areas
          listed.
          AYES:           K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian
          NOES:           None

4)        Amending Chapter 2.39 to add a purpose to the Library Advisory Commission

Council Member McAllister suggested to remove the wording “for approval” under the purpose
section of Chapter 2.39.

           It was moved by R. Gibbs and seconded by K. Bennett to introduce the ordinance to
Action:    amend Chapter 2.39 to add a purpose to the Library Advisory Commission with the
           revision suggested above.
           AYES:         K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian
           NOES:         None

5)    Amending Chapter 2.40 to include a purpose and to add a youth member to the
      Community Services Commission

Mayor Thomasian asked about the non-voting youth member and suggested changing it to a
voting member. City Manager Dudley stated the primary discussion was on the term of the
youth representative since they would only be a part of the Commission for a short time. It was
suggested that it would be appropriate for the youth member to be a non-voting member. In
addition, if another voting member was created, it would cause an uneven balance for voting.
Assistant City Manager Holston said the main reason to add this position is to get the students
involved. Council Member Bennett asked that staff come back in December on the possibility of
making the youth member a voting member in relation to the tie vote.

           It was moved by R. Gibbs and seconded by D. McAllister to introduce an ordinance
Action:    to amend Chapter 2.40 to include a purpose and to add a youth member to the
           Community Services Commission.

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           AYES:        K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian
           NOES:        None

6)    Amending Chapter 2.44 to include a purpose for the Planning Commission.

Council Member Lane opposed the residency requirement of three years. Council Member
Bennett confirmed removal of the residency requirement. Council Member McAllister asked
about the need to create a subcommittee for Planning Commission interviews, and because the
item was not on the agenda, Council Member McAllister and Mayor Thomasian volunteered to
continue as the interview subcommittee.

Mayor Thomasian talked about the application process and the additional supplemental
questionnaire. He suggested it be included in the ordinance. City Clerk Vinson replied that it
was discussed at the April 21, 2009 City Council meeting and it is recorded in the minutes. In
addition, mention of the supplemental questionnaire will be included in the SOP.

          It was moved by R. Gibbs and seconded by D. McAllister to introduce and ordinance to
Action:   amend Chapter 2.44 to include a purpose for the Planning Commission and establish
          Commission qualification guidelines.
          AYES:         K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane and D. McAllister
          NOES:         G. Thomasian

D3.       Fiscal Year 2009/10 and Fiscal Year 2010/11 Operating Budgets

Finance Director Suzanne Wellcome presented on the Operating Budgets for 09/10 and 10/11.
She said staff will be coming back with mid-year budget adjustments if needed. She stated this
is the City’s first two-year budget. The general fund revenues for 09/10 are $36,359,812 and for
10/11 are $37,288,315. The expenditures for 09/10 are $37,309,125 and 10/11 are
$38,387,860. In addition a use of reserves of $949,313 in 09/10 and $1,099,545 in 10/11 were
included. Ms. Wellcome also spoke about the budgets for the Community Service District, Fire
District, Library, Redevelopment Agency, Development impact fees and the gas tax. In addition
there have been changes made to the classification and compensation index.

Council Member Gibbs asked about the gas tax consequences. Ms. Wellcome replied that the
City has not received gas tax money for several months and will not be receiving it until
September. Council Member McAllister suggested the Council be briefed on a monthly or bi-
monthly basis. Council Member Bennett expressed concern about funding for projects for which
the City does not currently have funding.

           It was moved by R. Gibbs and seconded by R. Lane to:
           1) Adopt Resolution No. 09-2288, approving Fiscal Year 2009/10 and Fiscal Year
                  2010/11 Operating Budgets and Approving the Classification and
                  Compensation Index;
Action:
           2) Adopt Resolution No. 09-2289, delegating Planning Director responsibilities to the
                  Community Development Director;
           3) Adopt Resolution No. 09-2290, approving Fiscal Year 2009/10 and Fiscal Year
                  2010/11 Murrieta Public Library Operating Budgets.
           AYES:        K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian
           NOES:        None

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Action:       Council recessed briefly at 8:49 p.m. and resumed at 9:05 p.m.

WORKSHOP CONTINUED

W1.        Discuss Proposed Fiscal Years 2009/10 through 2013/14 Capital Improvement
           Plan and Provide Direction

Council Member Gibbs had several comments about the budget and staff responded. Assistant
City Manager Holston relayed that the Veterans’ Memorial Wall ground breaking will be taking
place on Veterans’ Day his year. Council Members Lane and McAllister asked several
questions of staff.

ADJOURNMENT IN MEMORY OF CRAIG KNUDSON

Action:       The meeting was unanimously adjourned at 9:50 p.m. in memory of Craig
              Knudson, husband of Records Coordinator Pam Knudson.



                                                         _____________________________
                                                         A. Kay Vinson, MMC
                                                         City Clerk




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CALL TO ORDER: President Gary Thomasian called the Regular Meeting to order at 6:01
p.m. Present were: K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian. Absent:
None.

APPROVAL OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS C2, C18,
C19 & C22.

Action:       It was moved by R. Lane and seconded by K. Bennett to approve Community
              Services District Consent Calendar Items: C2, C18, C19 & C22. On roll call, the
              vote was:
              AYES:          K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian
              NOES:          None

C2.           Minutes

Action:       Approved the Community Services District Minutes of the 6:00 p.m. Regular
              Meeting on March 3, 2009.

C18.          Memorandum of Understanding with Elsinore Murrieta Anza Resource
              Conservation District

Action:       Adopted Resolution No. CSD 09-141, approving the Memorandum of
              Understanding with Elsinore Murrieta Anza Resource Conservation District and
              the City of Murrieta and authorized the General Manager to execute the
              document.

C19.          Acoustical Sound Proofing at the Community

Action:       Adopted Resolution No. CSD 09-142, appropriating $23,971.78 from Recreation
              Reserves for the installation of fiberglass acoustic panels and ceiling baffles at
              the Murrieta Community Center.

C22.          Levy of Annual Assessments for the Services within the Murrieta
              Community Services District

Action:       1) Adopted Resolution No. CSD 09-143, initiating proceedings to establish
                     annual rates and charges for the services within the Community Services
                     District; and
              2) Adopted Resolution No. CSD 09-144, providing preliminary approval of the
                     engineer's annual levy report; and
              3) Adopted Resolution No. CSD 09-145, declaring the City's intent to levy annual
                     rates and charges for the services within the District.

D3.       Fiscal Year 2009/10 and Fiscal Year 2010/11 Operating Budgets

Finance Director Suzanne Wellcome presented on the Operating Budgets for 09/10 and 10/11.
She said staff will be coming back with mid-year budget adjustments if needed. She stated this
is the City’s first two-year budget. The general fund revenues for 09/10 are $36,359,812 and for
10/11 are $37,288,315. The expenditures for 09/10 are $37,309,125 and 10/11 are
$38,387,860. In addition a use of reserves of $949,313 in 09/10 and $1,099,545 in 10/11 were
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included. Ms. Wellcome also spoke about the budgets for the Community Service District, Fire
District, Library, Redevelopment Agency, Development impact fees and the gas tax. In addition
there have been changes made to the classification and compensation index.

Board Member Gibbs asked about the gas tax consequences. Ms. Wellcome replied that the
City has not received gas tax money for several months and will not be receiving it until
September. Board Member McAllister suggested the Council be briefed on a monthly or bi-
monthly basis. Board Member Bennett expressed concern about funding for projects for which
the City does not currently have funding.

          It was moved by R. Gibbs and seconded by R. Lane to adopt Resolution No. CSD
Action:   09-146, approving the Community Services District Fiscal Year 2009/10 and Fiscal
          Year 2010/11 Operating Budgets.
          AYES:        K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian
          NOES:        None

ADJOURNMENT IN MEMORY OF CRAIG KNUDSON

Action:       The meeting was unanimously adjourned at 9:50 p.m. in memory of Craig
              Knudson, husband of Records Coordinator Pam Knudson.



                                                          _____________________________
                                                          A. Kay Vinson, MMC
                                                          Secretary




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24601 JEFFERSON AVENUE, ONE TOWN SQUARE                               6:00 PM REGULAR MEETING
MURRIETA, CA

CALL TO ORDER: President Gary Thomasian called the Regular Meeting to order at 6:01
p.m. Present were: K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian. Absent:
None.

APPROVAL OF FIRE DISTRICT CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS C2 & C8.

Action:       It was moved by R. Lane and seconded by K. Bennett to approve Fire
              District Consent Calendar Items C2 & C8. On roll call, the vote was:
              AYES:          K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian
              NOES:          None

C2.           Minutes

Action:       Approved the Fire District Minutes of the 6:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on May 5,
              2009.

C8.           Pre-tax Payroll Deduction Plan for Service Credit Purchases

Action:       Adopted Resolution No. MFD 09-111, approving the pre-tax payroll deduction
              plan for service credit purchases.

D3.       Fiscal Year 2009/10 and Fiscal Year 2010/11 Operating Budgets

Finance Director Suzanne Wellcome presented on the Operating Budgets for 09/10 and 10/11.
She said staff will be coming back with mid-year budget adjustments if needed. She stated this
is the City’s first two-year budget. The general fund revenues for 09/10 are $36,359,812 and for
10/11 are $37,288,315. The expenditures for 09/10 are $37,309,125 and 10/11 are
$38,387,860. In addition a use of reserves of $949,313 in 09/10 and $1,099,545 in 10/11 were
included. Ms. Wellcome also spoke about the budgets for the Community Service District, Fire
District, Library, Redevelopment Agency, Development impact fees and the gas tax. In addition
there have been changes made to the classification and compensation index.

Board Member Gibbs asked about the gas tax consequences. Ms. Wellcome replied that the
City has not received gas tax money for several months and will not be receiving it until
September. Board Member McAllister suggested the Council be briefed on a monthly or bi-
monthly basis. Board Member Bennett expressed concern about funding for projects for which
the City does not currently have funding.

          It was moved by R. Gibbs and seconded by R. Lane to adopt Resolution No. MFD
Action:   09-112, approving the Fire District Fiscal Year 2009/10 and Fiscal Year 2010/11
          Operating Budgets.
          AYES:        K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian
          NOES:        None
Fire District Minutes                                                          June 2, 2009
ADJOURNMENT IN MEMORY OF CRAIG KNUDSON

Action:        The meeting was unanimously adjourned at 9:50 p.m. in memory of Craig
               Knudson, husband of Records Coordinator Pam Knudson.


                                                        _____________________________
                                                        A. Kay Vinson, MMC
                                                        Secretary




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MURRIETA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MINUTES                                 JUNE 2, 2009
24601 JEFFERSON AVENUE, ONE TOWN SQUARE                               6:00 PM REGULAR MEETING
MURRIETA, CA

CALL TO ORDER: Chair Gary Thomasian called the Regular Meeting to order at 6:01 p.m.
Present were: K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian. Absent: None.

APPROVAL OF REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS C2 & C17.

Action:       It was moved by R. Lane and seconded by K. Bennett to approve
              Redevelopment Agency Consent Calendar Items C2 & C17. On roll call, the vote
              was:
              AYES:         K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian
              NOES:         None

C2.           Minutes

Action:       Approved the Redevelopment Agency Minutes of the 6:00 p.m. Regular Meeting
              on April 21, 2009.

C17.          Amended and Restated Agreement for Purchase and Sale of 24960 Adams
              Avenue

Action:       Adopted Resolution No. RDA 09-84, authorizing the:
              1) Amended and Restated Agreement for Purchase and Sale of Real Property
                     and Joint Escrow Instructions by and between the Murrieta
                     Redevelopment Agency and Adam Port, Thaylea Port, Calvin W. Sykes
                     and Dudley A. Sykes; and
              2) Executive Director to execute the Amended and Restated Agreement; and
              3) Executive Director to execute all related Escrow and Title documents.

D3.       Fiscal Year 2009/10 and Fiscal Year 2010/11 Operating Budgets

Finance Director Suzanne Wellcome presented on the Operating Budgets for 09/10 and 10/11.
She said staff will be coming back with mid-year budget adjustments if needed. She stated this
is the City’s first two-year budget. The general fund revenues for 09/10 are $36,359,812 and for
10/11 are $37,288,315. The expenditures for 09/10 are $37,309,125 and 10/11 are
$38,387,860. In addition a use of reserves of $949,313 in 09/10 and $1,099,545 in 10/11 were
included. Ms. Wellcome also spoke about the budgets for the Community Service District, Fire
District, Library, Redevelopment Agency, Development impact fees and the gas tax. In addition
there have been changes made to the classification and compensation index.

Agency Member Gibbs asked about the gas tax consequences. Ms. Wellcome replied that the
City has not received gas tax money for several months and will not be receiving it until
September. Agency Member McAllister suggested the Council be briefed on a monthly or bi-
monthly basis. Agency Member Bennett expressed concern about funding for projects for which
theCity does not currently have funding.

          It was moved by R. Gibbs and seconded by R. Lane to adopt Resolution No. RDA
Action:   09-85, approving the Redevelopment Agency Fiscal Year 2009/10 and Fiscal Year
          2010/11 Operating Budgets.
          AYES:        K. Bennett, R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian
          NOES:        None
Redevelopment Agency Minutes                                                June 2, 2009
ADJOURNMENT IN MEMORY OF CRAIG KNUDSON

Action:     The meeting was unanimously adjourned at 9:50 p.m. in memory of Craig
            Knudson, husband of Records Coordinator Pam Knudson.



                                                     _____________________________
                                                     A. Kay Vinson, MMC
                                                     Secretary




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