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									MURRIETA CITY COUNCIL MINUTES                              MAY 5, 2009
24601 JEFFERSON AVENUE, ONE TOWN SQUARE                    4:00 PM CLOSED SESSION
MURRIETA, CA                                               4:30 PM WORKSHOP
                                                           6:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

                                    CLOSED SESSION

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

CS2. Conference with Legal Counsel - Anticipated Litigation (1 Potential Case) (G.C.
     54956.9)

CS3. Public Employee Performance Evaluation for City Attorney (G.C. 54957)

CS4. Conference with Labor Negotiator City Manager Rick Dudley, Murrieta General
     Employees Association, Murrieta Fire Fighters Association, Murrieta Fire
     Management Association, and Murrieta Police Executive Management (G.C.
     54957.6)

Action:       By consensus at 4:02 p.m., City Council recessed the meeting to closed
              session for the purposes above. Present: R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and
              G. Thomasian. Absent: K. Bennett.

                                        WORKSHOP

W1. Proposed Fiscal Year 2009/10 and 2010/11 Operating Budget

Finance Director Suzanne Wellcome gave a report on the two-year budget for fiscal years 2009-
2010 and 2010-2011. Items she spoke about included fiscal climate, general fund revenue,
property tax, revenues, general fund expenditures and the reserve general fund. Ms. Wellcome
said there were several changes to the budget such as the creation of a two-year operating
budget, two new internal service funds (Risk Management and Information Systems) and
implementation of cost allocation. Projected revenues in the general fund for 2009/10 are
$37,309,125 and in 2010/11 are $38,386,181. In FY 2009/10, sales tax is projected to be down
1% and property tax will also be down 8%. In FY 2010/11, sales tax is projected to be up 8%
and property tax will be up 2%. Ms. Wellcome said there will be some use of reserves of
$949,313 in FY 2009/10 and $1,097,866 in 2010/11. She introduced Budget Analyst, Teri
Cardoza, and thanked her for all the work she put into the budgets.

Council Member Gibbs had several comments about the budget and asked for some
clarification in the future on several items. Council Member Lane asked about GASB 45 and
expressed concern about the State takeaway of the City’s reserves. Council Member Gibbs said
there is a need for a contingency plan. Council Member McAllister gave kudos to the Finance
Department. Mayor Thomasian thanked City Manager Dudley for his leadership as well as the
collaborative efforts made within the City.

                                   REGULAR MEETING

CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Gary Thomasian called the meeting to order at 6:12 p.m.
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ANNOUNCEMENT OF CLOSED SESSION ACTION

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

ROLL CALL: Present: R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian. Absent: K.
Bennett.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

INVOCATION: Major Darren Trimmer, Salvation Army

PRESENTATIONS:

P1.   Proclamation - May as Mental Health Month

Mayor Gary Thomasian presented Harold Adams, Riverside County Mental Health Board
Member, with a proclamation recognizing May as Mental Health Month.

P2.   Certificates of Recognition for Miss Murrietas

Mayor Gary Thomasian presented the 2008 Miss Murrietas with certificates of recognition. They
were: Miss Murrieta, Kelsey Hutchison; Teen Miss Murrieta, Rikayah Crawford; Young Miss
Murrieta, Madeline Hansen; Pre-Teen Miss Murrieta, Lauren Bowman; Junior Miss Murrieta,
Nakela Smith; Pixie Miss Murrieta, Ella Ortega; Toddler Miss Murrieta, Karissa See; and
Baby Miss Murrieta, Katie Kramer.

Anne Bowman, Coordinator for Miss Murrietas, spoke about the services provided by the Miss
Murrietas the last year, including attending Chamber of Commerce functions and charitable
events.

APPROVAL OF AGENDA

Public Works Director Pat Thomas requested adding item C20, Intent to Hear Future
Resolutions of Necessity for the Interchange Improvements at Interstate 215 and Clinton Keith
Road.

            It was moved by D. McAllister and seconded by R. Gibbs to add item C20, Intent to
            Hear Future Resolutions of Necessity for the Interchange Improvements at
Action:     Interstate 215 and Clinton Keith Road, to the agenda, finding the need to take
            action arose after the agenda was posted and that action is necessary for
            timeliness.
            AYES:        R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian
            NOES:        None
            ABSENT: K. Bennett

            It was moved by R. Gibbs and seconded by R. Lane to approve the agenda as
Action:
            amended.
            AYES:      R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian

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              NOES:       None
              ABSENT:     K. Bennett

Community Report:

Vista Murrieta High School student Kyla Gisis, gave an update on upcoming events, including a
blood drive, rock the test program, prom on May 16 and the Every 15 Minutes Anti-Drunk
Driving Program.

DEPARTMENT/COMMISSION ANNOUNCEMENTS:

City Clerk: Kay Vinson reported that Municipal Clerks week is May 3 through May 9. She gave
an overview of City Clerk department’s responsibilities including elections official, legislative
administrator and records manager.

Engineering: Public Works Director Pat Thomas relayed that Public Works week will be May 17
through May 23. He invited the City Council to participate in a lunch barbeque on Tuesday, May
19 at the public works yard.

City Manager: Rick Dudley introduced the city’s new Human Resources Director, Jeff Price. He
gave an overview of his background and experience.

GOVERNING BODY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Gibbs:                  He, along with Mayor Thomasian and city staff, met with representatives
                                from Loma Linda Medical Center.
                        Attended the Relay for Life event, along with Mayor Thomasian.
                        Congratulated his grandson on his performance in a Murrieta Valley High
                                School musical.
                        Participated in a fundraiser for Jacob’s House.
                        He, along with Council Member Bennett, attended a luncheon for the
                                Guardians of Justice in Riverside County. He recognized Murrieta
                                Police Department Detective Phil Gomez for his work on a specific
                                case.
                        Attended the Murrieta Repertoire Theater play “Tartuffe” last weekend.
                        Gave kudos to the Fire Department strike teams who assisted in the
                                Yorba Linda and Brea fires last year.

Lane:                   Thanked the City Council for signing a letter of condolences for his father,
                              Ralph K. Lane, and closing the April 21, 2009 City Council
                              meeting in remembrance of his father. He spoke about the service
                              in South Carolina for this father.

McAllister:             Attended the Chamber of Commerce business showcase.
                        On April 24, he participated in the official re-naming of the border patrol
                               station to the Newton-Azrake station.
                        Congratulated the student of the month recipients.
                        Commented on Economic Development Director Bruce Coleman and
                               Business Manager Kim Davidson on their participation in the
                               regional business summit on April 29.

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                       Attended the Relay for Life event.
                       Spoke about the events at Town Square Park.
                       Gave kudos to Police Department Volunteer Hal Olcott.
                       Talked about the City of Moreno Valley joining the California
                              Redevelopment Agency in suing the State over borrowing $350
                              million in redevelopment money from cities within the state.
                       Thanked staff who were involved in the Antelope Road closure process.

Thomasian:             Participated in the Domenigoni Trail Ride.
                       He, along with City Manager Dudley, Economic Development Director
                               Bruce Coleman and Public Works Director Pat Thomas, attended
                               a meeting with Loma Linda regarding Meadowlark Road.

CONSENT CALENDAR - APPROVAL OF ITEMS C1-C20

          It was moved by D. McAllister and seconded by R. Gibbs to approve Consent
Action:
          Calendar Items C1-C20. On roll call, the vote was:
          AYES:       R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian
          NOES:       None
          ABSENT: K. Bennett

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

C2.       Minutes

Action:   Approved the City Council Minutes of the 5:30 p.m. Joint Special Meeting on April 14,
          2009; the 5:30 p.m. Closed Session and 6:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on April 21, 2009;
          and the 5:00 p.m. Adjourned Regular Meeting on April 22, 2009.

C3.       Treasurer’s Report - March 2009

Action:   Received the March 2009 Treasurer's Report.

C4.       Amendment to URS Corporation for I-15/Murrieta Hot Springs Road Interchange
          Project

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2251, authorizing Contract Amendment No. 1 to URS
          Corporation totaling $136,000 to address changes to the project Scope of Services.

C5.       Contract Amendment for AECOM USA

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2252, authorizing the approval of Contract Amendment
          No. 14 to AECOM USA, Inc., (formerly DMJM+Harris) to address changes to the
          project Scope of Services.

C6.       Contract for the Construction of Adams Avenue Improvements

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2253, awarding the contract for the construction of Adams
          Avenue Street Improvements, Capital Improvements Plan No. 8427, to Elite Bobcat

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          Service, Inc., in the amount of $148,841.

C7.       Award of Construction Contract for Clinton Keith Road - Interim

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2254, awarding the contract for the construction of the
          Clinton Keith Road - Interim Sidewalk Project to ASAP General Engineering in the
          amount of $50,780.50.

C8.       Contract for Rehabilitation of the Community Center Parking Lot

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2255, awarding a contract to Pacific Asphalt Services,
          Inc., totaling $374,893.34 for the rehabilitation of the Community Center parking lot.

C9.       Police Facility Expansion Consulting Agreement

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2256, approving the Agreement with KMA Architecture
          and Engineering for conceptual design of the Police Facility Expansion project for an
          amount not to exceed $60,000.

C10.      Jackson Avenue Bridge at Warm Springs Creek Agreement Amendment

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2257, approving an Amendment to the Jackson Avenue
          Bridge Design Agreement with RBF Consulting for additional engineering design
          services in the amount of $79,400.

C11.      Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program Implementation Agreement

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2258, approving the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise
          Program Implementation Agreement.

C12.      PSOMAS and WILLDAN Agreements

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2259, approving Agreements with PSOMAS and
          WILLDAN for Public Works inspections.

C13.      Final Parcel Map - The Ridge at Cal Oaks

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2260, approving the Final Parcel Map 33621, a one-
          parcel residential condominium subdivision map located at the southeast side of
          Monroe Avenue between Colmar Lane and Troyes Lane.

C14.      Santa Rosa Plateau Cowboy Jubilee Music Festival - Signature Event

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2261, creating the Santa Rosa Plateau Cowboy Jubilee
          Music Festival as an annual signature event, and directing staff to provide the
          necessary in-kind, cooperative services for those activities taking place within the city
          limits as well as to waive City permit fees.

C15.      Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Formula Program

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2262, authorizing the submission of an application for the

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          Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Formula Program: Local
          Solicitation, and authorized the City Manager to sign all related documents if the City
          receives the grant.

C16.      City Council Goals and Accomplishments for 2008/09

Action:   Received and filed the City Council Goals and Accomplishments for Fiscal Year
          2008/09.

C17.      2009 Legislative Platform

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2263, approving the 2009 Legislative Platform.

C18.      City-Wide Records Retention/Disposition Schedule Amendment

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2264, amending the City-Wide Records
          Retention/Disposition Schedule.

C19.      Destruction of City Records

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2265, authorizing the destruction of certain records
          maintained by the City Clerk, Finance and Human Resources Departments.

C20.      Intent to Hear Future Resolutions of Necessity for the Interchange
          Improvements at Interstate 215 and Clinton Keith Road

Action:   Adopted Resolution No. 09-2266, electing to hear future resolutions of necessity for
          the Interchange Improvements at Interstate 215 and Clinton Keith Road, CIP 8303.

PUBLIC HEARINGS:

PH1.      Warm Springs Townhomes Fire Watch - Update on Expenses to Date

Assistant City Manager Jim Holston gave the staff report and said the updated statements of
costs for the fire watch for the months of December 2008 through March 2009 are $40,571.54.

Mayor Thomasian opened the public hearing.

Stephen Miles, Pacific Horizon Financial, spoke in opposition to the costs and gave an overview
of the timeline for this project.

City Attorney Devaney stated the action before the City Council is valid and that the City Council
can approve the new total or an incremental total.

Council Member Gibbs commented on the project and how many times the issues have been
brought forward.

Mayor Thomasian closed the public hearing.

Action:     It was moved by D. McAllister and seconded by R. Gibbs to adopt Resolution No.


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            09-2267, approving the Statement of Costs, totaling $40,571.54, to provide fire
            watch services for the structural nuisance located at 39565 Torrey Pines Road,
            Murrieta, California from December 19, 2008 through March 19, 2009, and directed
            the City Clerk to record the document.
            AYES:         R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian
            NOES:         None
            ABSENT:       K. Bennett

PH2.        Telecommunication Facility - Date Street and Margarita Road

Council Member McAllister recused himself from this item due to his current employment with
Verizon. Council Member Lane stated the City Attorney is researching whether or not he needs
to recuse himself from this item since he has received income from Verizon in the last 12
months, so he opted to recuse himself until he receives a definitive answer.

City Attorney Devaney said the City Council could make a motion to continue the item or the
City Manager could table this item until the next scheduled City Council meeting. She said the
public could address the City Council but only on the continuance of the item. City Manager
Dudley requested to table this item to the June 2 City Council meeting.

The following Murrieta residents expressed no objections to continuing this item to the June 2,
2009 City Council meeting: Terri Grisenti, Tim Miller, Donald Lambert, Rey Marquez, Sean
Scott, Konstantine Marutsos, Tim Stavrakis, Brian Cooper and Daniel Castiglione.

ADJOURNMENT

Action:       On a motion by R. Gibbs and seconded by R. Lane, the meeting was
              unanimously adjourned at 7:22 p.m.




                                                           A. Kay Vinson, MMC
                                                           City Clerk




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MURRIETA FIRE DISTRICT MINUTES                                       MAY 5, 2009
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 6:12
p.m. Present were: R. Gibbs, R. Lane, D. McAllister and G. Thomasian. Absent: K. Bennett.

APPROVAL OF FIRE DISTRICT CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS C2 & C18.

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

C2.           Minutes

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

C18.          City-Wide Records Retention/Disposition Schedule Amendment

              Adopted Resolution No. MFD 09-110, amending the Fire District Records
Action:       Retention/Disposition Schedule.

ADJOURNMENT

Action:       On a motion by R. Gibbs and seconded by R. Lane, the meeting was
              unanimously adjourned at 7:22 p.m.




                                                          A. Kay Vinson, MMC
                                                          Secretary

								
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