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					MURRIETA CITY COUNCIL MINUTES                                             OCTOBER 18, 2005
26442 BECKMAN COURT                                                       6:00 PM CLOSED SESSION
MURRIETA, CA                                                              7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF CITY MANAGER (G.C. 54957)
At 6:00 p.m. Mayor Enochs recessed the meeting to closed session for the purpose stated above
with all Council Members present. Closed session adjourned at 6:58 pm.

CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Warnie Enochs called the Regular Meeting to order at 7:04 p.m., and
indicated there was no action to report from Closed Session.

ROLL CALL:               Present:       Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, Seyarto, and Enochs
                         Absent:        None

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:

INVOCATION:              Dion Rasmussen, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

PRESENTATIONS:
          PROCLAMATION - KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
          Mayor Enochs presented a proclamation to Steve Lindsley of the Knights of Columbus and
          proclaimed October 21-23, 2005 as “Caring is our Business” weekend. Mr. Lindsley thanked
          Mayor Enochs and discussed the local chapter of the Knights of Columbus, via the
          Columbian Foundation for People with Mental Retardation, commenting they have provided
          funds annually for the last nine years to local organizations that provide services and material
          to support people with mental disabilities. Through the community’s support, local chapters
          receive funds that go towards the Murrieta/Temecula Special Olympics and the Murrieta
          Special Day Program.

          RECOGNITION OF CITY EMPLOYEES ASSISTING WITH GULF COAST DISASTERS

          Chief Armentrout recognized his Search and Rescue team deployed on August 31, 2005 to
          assist with disaster relief in the gulf coast. The team consisted of Barry Robertson, Steve
          Combre, Phong Dang, John Thomas, David Perez, Paul Wright, Steve Kean, Eric Ballard,
          and Rescue Dog Mocha. The Chief commented on how proud he was of the team.
          Chief Wright discussed Officer Combre’s expertise as a disaster trained coroner. He stated
          he was proud of his skill and wished to thank him for his participation.
          Chief Armentrout discussed the role the team played in relief efforts and John Thomas
          provided a presentation on their participation in Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

APPROVAL OF AGENDA
Action:          The agenda was unanimously approved on a motion by Seyarto and seconded by
                 McAllister, as amended, to continue Item 4 to City Council meeting of November 1,
                 2005, and remove Item #21 due to the applicant’s withdrawal of his appeal.

COMMUNITY REPORT

Tiffany Sanders of Vista Murrieta High School provided an update on activities at the high school.
She discussed the red ribbon rally, unity football dinner, fall festival, elementary school teacher
recognition, and the fall sports teams.

PUBLIC COMMENTS
John Schoppe, Murrieta, expressed concerned about the removal of temporary stop signs at
      Shoshone Drive, commenting on a near accident he had because he was unaware that
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       oncoming traffic did not have a stop when the temporary signs were removed. He urged
       Council to reconsider placing stop signs at this location in preparation for the lights.
Rex Oliver, President of Murrieta Chamber of Commerce, urged the community to attend the School
       District’s forum on the candidates on October 27, from 7:00 to 9:00 pm, at City Hall.
Greg Berge, Murrieta, wished to reiterate Mr. Schoppe’s comments concerning the removal of the
       temporary stop signs on Shoshone. He suggested that in the future the community be
       notified when temporary stop signs have been removed.

DEPARTMENT/COMMISSION ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Community Steering - Chair Clifford Alls provided an update of the October 10, 2005 meeting. He
commented that the Committee discussed eminent domain, commercial vehicle code enforcement,
and Universal Design Elements. He invited the community to attend the next meeting on November
7, 2005.
Community Services - Community Services Manager Debbie Tharpe provided an update on the Fall
Spooktacular Carnival which will be held Saturday, October 29, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Cal Oaks
Park. Ms. Tharpe stated that a $3 wristband can be purchased which will provide unlimited use of
games and the haunted maze. She advised everyone not to miss this evening of thrills and chills.
City Clerk - Kay Vinson reminded the community that they could still register to vote until Monday,
October 24. Ms. Vinson advised that November 1 would be the last day to apply for an absentee
ballot and polling locations could be obtained by calling the City Clerk.
Engineering – Bob Moehling, Engineering Manager, provided an update on road improvements,
traffic signals and special projects.
Council members asked questions of staff concerning the CIP update and requested the stop sign
issue on Shoshone be immediately addressed.
City Manager - Lori Moss provided the administrative update advising that this month was Breast
Cancer Awareness Month. Ms. Moss commented on staff’s participation in the local Race for the
Cure and the efforts to raise money for the event by donating $5.00 per day to wear jeans to work.
Mayor Enochs stated that Council had “dressed down,” wearing jeans to the meeting in order to be a
part of the City event.

GOVERNING BODY ANNOUNCEMENTS:
McAllister:                Acknowledged receipt of the “Every 15 Minutes” plaque.
                           Encouraged the community to attend the Murrieta Unified School District’s
                               Candidate Forum on October 27 at City Hall.
                           Discussed his attendance at Steering Committee meeting of October 10
                               where he volunteered Council member Gibbs to the Universal Design
                               Standards subcommittee.
                           Commented on Verizon’s plan to work with businesses in the community.
                           Talked about his attendance at the League of Cities conference, attending
                               sessions on Disaster Preparedness.
                           Provided information on the Safety Fair, which will be held November 11,
                               following the Veteran’s Day Parade.
                           Said he was encouraged by meeting with Sacramento lobbyists where they
                               discussed interchanges.
                           Attended first Economic Development Task Force breakfast which was very
                               productive and provided a look at what needs to be accomplished.
                           Thanked the community for its attendance and participation in the Race for the
                               Cure in Temecula.

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Seyarto:                   Commented on his attendance at the League of Cities Meeting in San
                              Francisco and discussed propositions 76 and 172, seminars and classes
                              attended, Public Safety Committee, and meeting with Waste Management
                              representatives.
                           Expressed appreciation to Al Vollbrecht, Administrative Services Manager, for
                              writing a contract that made it possible for Waste Management to lower
                              rate for services.

Gibbs:                     Discussed attendance at Economic Development Task Force breakfast with
                               Council member McAllister where items of concern were traffic and
                               lengthy commute to place of employment.
                           Attended an open house at Fire Station #2 and discussed children being in
                               awe of the firefighters.
                           Commented on Economic Development Summit at Pechanga stating that
                               Communities along the 215 corridor need to work together to resolve
                               common traffic issues.
                           Encouraged community to see presentations provided by Cities of Temecula
                               and Lake Elsinore concerning gang problems and is pleased Murrieta
                               has gang enforcement officers on staff.

APPROVAL OF CITY COUNCIL CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 1-18
Action:          It was moved by McAllister and seconded by Seyarto to approve City Council consent
                 calendar items 1-18. On roll call, the vote was:
                 AYES:         Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, Seyarto and Enochs
                 NOES:         None
1.        WAIVED READING OF ALL ORDINANCE INTRODUCTIONS ON THIS AGENDA AND
          READ BY TITLE ONLY
2.        MINUTES
Action:          Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Joint City Council and Planning Commission
                 Meeting on September 27, 2005; and 6:00 p.m. Closed Session and 7:00 p.m.
                 Regular Meeting on October 4, 2005.
3.        REGISTER OF DEMANDS
Action:          Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $1,791,290.84 through October
                 4, 2005.
4.        RESOLUTION DESIGNATING AN AMENDED REDEVELOPMENT SURVEY AREA
Action:          Continued to November 1, 2005.
5.        FINAL PARCEL MAP 31959, A 1 PARCEL COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT MAP AND
          ASSOCIATED AGREEMENT LOCATED NORTH OF LOS ALAMOS ROAD, BORDERED
          ON THE WEST BY LAS BRISAS ROAD AND EAST BY INTERSTATE 215
Action:          Adopted Resolution 05-1526 approving Final Parcel Map 31959 and associated
                 agreement.
6.        COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR THE INTERCHANGE IMPROVEMENTS AT
          INTERSTATE 15 AND CALIFORNIA OAKS ROAD



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Action:          Adopted Resolution 05-1527 authorizing the Mayor to enter into a Cooperative
                 Agreement with State of California for improvement of interchange at Interstate 15
                 and California Oaks Road.
7.        LINE E, CONTRACT FOR PROPERTY ACQUISITION SERVICES
Action:          Authorized the Mayor to approve a contract with Epic Land Solutions in an amount
                 not to exceed $20,300 for the negotiation and acquisition of sewer maintenance
                 easement affecting 10 properties on Ivy Street between Washington Avenue and
                 Jefferson Street.
8.        I-15 AT CALIFORNIA OAKS ROAD - RAMP WIDENING
Action:          Authorized the Mayor to approve a contract with GeoSoils Inc. in an amount not to
                 exceed $25,145 for observation and testing of earthwork and asphalt concrete
                 placement for I-15 and California Oaks Ramp Widening Project.
9.        COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR THE STREET IMPROVEMENTS AT SCOTT AND
          ANTELOPE ROADS
Action:          Approved a Cooperative Agreement with Heritage Marketplace Murrieta, L.P. in the
                 amount of $430,897.00 for the installation of street improvements at Scott and
                 Antelope Roads and authorized the Mayor to execute agreement.
10.       CONTRACT AMENDMENT FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL RE-EVALUATION AND
          REVISION OF THE PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS, AND ESTIMATE FOR THE WIDENING OF
          THE I-215/LOS ALAMOS ROAD INTERCHANGE
Action:          Authorized budget increase of $625,000 and approved $776,050.00 Amendment 1 to
                 existing contract with URS Corporation for environmental re-evaluation and revisions
                 to existing plans, specifications and estimate.
11.       AWARD OF CONSULTANT CONTRACT FOR DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEE UPDATE
Action:          Awarded contract to Revenue & Cost Specialists, LLC for the update of Development
                 Impact Fees in the amount of $41,475.00 and authorized the City Manager to execute
                 contract.
12.       SEWER EASEMENT ACROSS CITY PROPERTY ON MADISON AVENUE
Action:          Approved dedication of sewer easement across Parcel 3 of Parcel Map 11019, APN
                 910-140-044 and authorized the City Manager to execute the deed documents.
13.       UPDATED LEASE AGREEMENT WITH AMERICAN TOWER FOR POLICE
          COMMUNICATIONS
Action:          Authorized the City Manager to execute two separate License Agreements with
                 American Tower for police communication equipment installed on towers at two
                 locations in the City.
14.       AGREEMENTS WITH RIVERSIDE COUNTY OFFICE ON AGING OFFERING THE SENIOR
          COMMUNITY SERVICE EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM (SCSEP) AT THE SENIOR CENTER
Action:          Approved two agreements with Riverside County Office on Aging offering the Senior
                 Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) at the Senior Center and
                 authorized the City Manager to execute the agreements.
15.       ELECTRONIC MAIL AND INTERNET POLICY, PROCEDURES AND MANAGEMENT


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Action:          Adopted the Standard Operating Procedure for electronic mail (e-mail) and the
                 internet.
16.       FINANCE POSITIONS AND BUDGET ADJUSTMENT
Action:          Authorized two new positions for the Finance Department and approved budget
                 adjustment.
17.       BUDGET ADJUSTMENT FOR CODE ENFORCEMENT USING SALARY SAVINGS FUNDS
Action:          Approved a budget adjustment for the FY 2005/2006 Code Enforcement operating
                 budget using the existing Code Enforcement salary savings in account number 001-
                 6101-05011.000.
18.       USE OF GRANT FUNDS FOR EXPANSION OF C.A.D. SOFTWARE FOR M.D.B.
          PROGRAM
Action:          Authorized the City Manager to execute agreement with Sungard HTE, Inc. in the
                 amount of $138,655.00 and approved the use of grant funds for the purchase of
                 Mobile Data Browser (M.D.B.) software that will facilitate the eventual placement of
                 computers in police vehicles.
20.       PUBLIC HEARING - COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT NO. 2005-5 (GOLDEN CITY)
                 City Attorney John Harper conveyed that the property owner requested the hearing
                 be continued until December 6, 2005.
Action:          It was moved by Seyarto and second by McAllister to continue the Public Hearing for
                 CFD 2005-5, Golden City, to 7:00 p.m. on December 6, 2005. Motion carried
                 unanimously.
21.       PUBLIC HEARING - APPEAL OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION’S DENIAL OF DEVELOPMENT
          CODE AMENDMENT APPLICATION DCA-004-058 FOR THE LAW OFFICES OF SOLOMON,
          SALTZMAN & JAMIESON

Action:          Applicant withdrew appeal.
22.       PUBLIC HEARING - 2005 DEVELOPMENT CODE UPDATE #2
Jack McGee, Planning Director, provided the staff report. He commented that proposed
amendments include items suggested by the Planning Commission, as well as clean-up changes
identified by staff.
Council member McAllister asked questions of staff.
Mayor Enochs opened the Public Hearing but there were no public comments so it was closed.
Action:          It was moved by Seyarto and seconded by Gibbs to accept the environmental
                 determination and introduce the Ordinance, adopting Development Code
                 Amendments related to residential accessory structures, loading dock screening,
                 compact car parking and the City marketing logo. On roll call, the vote was:
                 AYES:         Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, Seyarto and Enochs
                 NOES:         None

23.    PUBLIC HEARING - MURRIETA FINANCING AUTHORITY, REFUNDING REVENUE BONDS,
       ISSUE OF 2005 (“2005 BONDS”) FOR AD 95-1 (MURRIETA OAKS) AND AD 98-1 (GRIZZLY
       RIDGE)

John Harper, City Attorney, provided the staff report. He advised that staff has been working to
prepare the necessary legal and financing documents to refund two outstanding assessment district
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bond issues, Murrieta Oaks and Grizzly Ridge, which will result in greater annual savings to
homeowners.
Mayor Enochs opened the Public Hearing but there were no public comments so it was closed.
Action:          It was moved by McAllister and seconded by Ostling to adopt the following
                 resolutions:
          Resolution No. 05-1528, Making Preliminary Determinations and Declaring its Intention to
          Issue Refunding Bonds for Assessment District No. 95-1 (Murrieta Oaks);
          Resolution No. 05-1529, Making Preliminary Determinations and Declaring its Intention to
          Issue Refunding Bonds for Assessment District No. 98-1 (Grizzly Ridge);
          Resolution No. 05-1530, Confirming the Assessment, Ordering the Acquisition of
          Improvements, Together with Appurtenances, and Approving the Engineer’s Report, all
          Related to Assessment District No. 95-1 (Murrieta Oaks);
          Resolution No. 05-1531, Confirming the Assessment, Ordering the Acquisition of
          Improvements, Together with Appurtenances, and Approving the Engineer’s Report, all
          Related to Assessment District No. 98-1 (Grizzly Ridge);
          Resolution No. 05-1532, Authorizing and Providing for the Issuance Of Refunding Bonds
          Pursuant to the Refunding Act of 1984 for 1915 Improvement Bond Act Bonds For
          Assessment District No. 95-1 (Murrieta Oaks), and Approving Certain Actions in Connection
          Therewith; and
          Resolution No. 05-1533, Authorizing and Providing for the Issuance of Refunding Bonds
          Pursuant to the Refunding Act of 1984 for 1915 Improvement Bond Act Bonds for
          Assessment District No. 98-1 (Grizzly Ridge), and Approving Certain Actions in Connection
          therewith.
                 On roll call, the vote was:
                 AYES:            Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, Seyarto and Enochs
                 NOES:            None
24.       PUBLIC HEARING - CONTRACT FOR INSTALLATION OF AUTOMATED VIDEO RED-
          LIGHT CAMERA SYSTEM
Chief Wright provided the staff report. He commented that over the last six months, they had been
researching the feasibility of these cameras. Officer Frobese provided a presentation on his
research. He indicated red light complaints and traffic accidents are on the rise and the cameras will
serve as an invaluable enforcement tool.
Council members asked questions of staff concerning measures that would make the public aware
of the cameras, yellow light collaboration settings, tracking vs. recording, ability to move cameras to
another intersection and costs associated with moving cameras, and cost neutrality. Mayor Enochs
opened the public hearing.
Speaking in favor were:
Alan Long, Murrieta, endorsed the program. He thanked Officer Frobese for his diligent research.
       He commented on the Public Safety Commission’s concerns about costs associated with the
       program, which were addressed through the cost neutrality program. He feels this is a good
       program that will serve the community well.
Cathy Bearse, Murrieta, commented on her investigation of this system in the Cities of Lakewood
       and Long Beach. She said she admires the City for considering the red light cameras,
       saying we need them.
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Speaking neutral was:
Donald Lambert, Murrieta, discussed the installation of the cameras in Union City and problems they
      experienced resulting in $500,000 in refunds.
Mayor Enochs closed the public hearing.
Council members discussed their views on the installation of red light cameras.
Action:          It was moved by McAllister and seconded by Gibbs to authorize the City Manager to
                 enter into a 5-year contract with Nestor Traffic Systems for installation, maintenance,
                 and operation of a video based automatic red light camera system at specified
                 intersections within the City. On roll call, the vote was:
                 AYES:           Gibbs, McAllister, Seyarto and Enochs
                 NOES:           Ostling

Action:          By consensus, council recessed briefly from 9:21 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
25.       PLACEMENT OF MAJOR CONTRACTS ON REPORTS SECTION OF AGENDA
City Manager Lori Moss provided the staff report. Ms. Moss stated that at the request of Council
member Gibbs, Council reached consensus to agendize the placement of major contracts on the
reports section of the agenda so they will automatically be open items.
Council members asked question of staff concerning contract process, the bid process, and their
ability to question costs on contracts, and commented on their positions in adding major contracts to
the reports section of the agenda.
Action:          No action was taken, so the item was considered tabled.

PULLED CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS:
19.       PUBLIC HEARING - REJECT ALL BIDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PUBLIC LIBRARY
          AND RE-BID IMMEDIATELY
John Harper, City Attorney, provided the staff report. Mr. Harper advised that that the City received
bids from pre-qualified bidders on August 26, 2005 for the Public Library. A protest was filed by
Edge Development, Inc., and no resolution can be reached which will not subject the city to the
potential of litigation. He advised that the safest course to the City is to reject all bids and re-bid the
project immediately. Mayor Enochs opened the public hearing.
Robert Newhard, Murrieta, discussed his concerns about cutting items from the budget which could
       affect the Library grant. He commented that if there is a need to cut back a thorough and
       detailed statement of what is being cut and written authorization to make those cuts should
       be provided to the public. He discussed having the infrastructure in place for the stack
       lighting with the lighting to come at a later date and is concerned that proper lighting fixtures
       would not be available at the time the City is ready to purchase them. He wants to know why
       there is a budget shortfall for library construction when there is funding to build a new city hall
       and feels that beginning construction on a new project, when the library has not been
       completed and is experiencing funding issues, is wrong.
Mayor Enochs closed the public hearing.
Action:          Motion by Seyarto seconded by McAllister to reject all bids received on August 26,
                 2005 for the Public Library and request new bids from pre-qualified contractors
                 immediately. On roll call, the vote was:
                 AYES:         Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, Seyarto and Enochs
                 NOES:         None
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GOVERNING BODY ACTIONS/COMMENTS
Gibbs:                     Suggested that every couple of years Council should take a look at the
                                 skill set required to be the City Attorney. He received consensus to
                                 place an item on a future agenda to discuss the possibility of
                                 requesting proposals for City Attorney services.

McAllister:                Commented that he sits on a Murrieta/Temecula subcommittee with Council
                                  Member Gibbs and he would like to discuss a procedure whereby
                                  items that are having difficulty moving forward can do so allowing the
                                  meeting to be more productive.
                           Obtained consensus to place an item on a future agenda regarding the appeal
                                  process.

Enochs:                    Commented that the City has been receiving generous donations for the
                                Heritage Room and he would like to thank everyone contributing and
                                would welcome more contributions.

ADJOURNMENT
Action:          On a motion by Ostling and seconded by McAllister at 10:20 p.m. the meeting was
                 unanimously adjourned.




                                                                       A. Kay Vinson, MMC
                                                                       City Clerk




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MURRIETA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MINUTES                              OCTOBER 18, 2005
26442 BECKMAN COURT, MURRIETA, CA                                  7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

CALL TO ORDER: Chair Warnie Enochs called the Regular Meeting to order at 7:04 p.m.
Present were: Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, Seyarto and Enochs. Absent: None.

APPROVAL OF REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 26 & 27
Action:        It was moved by McAllister and seconded by Seyarto to approve Redevelopment Agency
               consent calendar items 26 and 27. On roll call, the vote was:
               AYES:         Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, Seyarto and Enochs
               NOES:         None
26.       MINUTES
Action:        Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on October 4, 2005.
27.       REGISTER OF DEMANDS
Action:        Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $230,857.52 through October 4, 2005.

ADJOURNMENT
Action:        On a motion by Ostling and seconded by McAllister at 10:20 p.m. the meeting was
               unanimously adjourned.




                                                                A. Kay Vinson, MMC
                                                                City Clerk
MURRIETA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MINUTES                         OCTOBER 18, 2005
26442 BECKMAN COURT, MURRIETA, CA                                    7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

CALL TO ORDER: President Warnie Enochs called the Regular Meeting to order at 7:04 p.m.
Present were: Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, Seyarto and Enochs. Absent: None.

APPROVAL OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 28-32
Action:        It was moved by McAllister and seconded by Seyarto to approve Community Services
               District consent calendar items 28-32. On roll call, the vote was:
               AYES:          Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, Seyarto and Enochs
               NOES:          None
28.       MINUTES
Action:        Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on October 4, 2005.
29.       REGISTER OF DEMANDS
Action:        Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $554,265.78 through October 4, 2005.
30.       ACCEPTANCE OF OPEN SPACE PARCEL 2 OF LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT 01-010 FOR
          LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE
Action:        Accepted the Open Space Parcel 2 of Lot Line Adjustment 01-010, Murrieta Creek at
               Sycamore Ranch and directed the Murrieta Community Services District to commence
               maintenance of the landscape associated with this parcel and recordation of appropriate
               documents.
31.       ACCEPTANCE OF PORTIONS OF LOTS 1-4 IN TRACT 25362-2 AND LOTS 72-74 IN TRACT
          25362-1 FOR LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE
Action:        Accepted the landscape improvements for portions of Lots 1-4 in Tract 25362-2 and Lots
               72-74 in Tract 25362-1, Pacific Oaks, and directed the Murrieta Community Services
               District to commence maintenance of the landscape associated with these parcels and
               recordation of appropriate documents.
32.       SERVICES AGREEMENT FOR ALARM AND FIRE MONITORING AT THE SENIOR CENTER
          FACILITY
Action:        Approved the Services Agreement with Hidden Eye Security and authorized the City
               Manager to execute the agreement in the amount of $3,240 for alarm and fire monitoring at
               the Senior Center Facility.

ADJOURNMENT
Action:        On a motion by Ostling and seconded by McAllister at 10:20 p.m. the meeting was
               unanimously adjourned.



                                                                  A. Kay Vinson, MMC
                                                                  City Clerk
MURRIETA FIRE DISTRICT MINUTES                                      OCTOBER 18, 2005
26442 BECKMAN COURT, MURRIETA, CA                                   7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

CALL TO ORDER: President Warnie Enochs called the Regular Meeting to order at 7:04 p.m.
Present were: Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, Seyarto and Enochs. Absent: None.

APPROVAL OF FIRE DISTRICT CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 33 & 34
Action:        It was moved by McAllister and seconded by Seyarto to approve Fire District consent
               calendar items 33 and 34. On roll call, the vote was:
               AYES:         Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, Seyarto and Enochs
               NOES:         None
33.       MINUTES
Action:        Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on October 4, 2005.
34.       REGISTER OF DEMANDS
Action:        Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $302,857.66 through October 4, 2005.

ADJOURNMENT
Action:        On a motion by Ostling and seconded by McAllister at 10:20 p.m. the meeting was
               unanimously adjourned.




                                                                 A. Kay Vinson, MMC
                                                                 City Clerk
MURRIETA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY MINUTES                              OCTOBER 18, 2005
26442 BECKMAN COURT, MURRIETA, CA                                        7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

CALL TO ORDER: Chair Warnie Enochs called the Regular Meeting to order at 7:04 p.m.
Present were: Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, Seyarto and Enochs. Absent: None.

APPROVAL OF PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY CONSENT CALENDAR ITEM 35
Action:          It was moved by McAllister and seconded by Seyarto to approve Community Services
                 District consent calendar item 35. On roll call, the vote was:
                 AYES:          Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, Seyarto and Enochs
                 NOES:          None
35.       MINUTES
Action:          Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on March 15, 2005.
36.       PUBLIC HEARING - MURRIETA FINANCING AUTHORITY, REFUNDING REVENUE BONDS,
          ISSUE 2005 BONDS FOR AD 95-1 (MURRIETA OAKS) AND AD 98-1 (GRIZZLY RIDGE)
          City Attorney John Harper indicated this item relates to item 23.
          Chair Enochs opened the public hearing. There were no comments so the hearing was closed.
Action:          It was moved by Ostling and seconded by McAllister to adopt Resolution MFA 05-14
                 approving the forms of and authorizing the execution of and Indenture of Trust, a Purchase
                 Agreement, and an Official Statement relating to the issuance of the Authority’s Refunding
                 Revenue Bonds and approving certain actions in connection therewith. On roll call, the vote
                 was:
                 AYES:          Gibbs, McAllister, Ostling, Seyarto and Enochs
                 NOES:          None

ADJOURNMENT
Action:          On a motion by Ostling and seconded by McAllister at 10:20 p.m. the meeting was
                 unanimously adjourned.




                                                                      A. Kay Vinson, MMC
                                                                      City Clerk

				
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