; PDF MAKE - Pismo Beach
Documents
Resources
Learning Center
Upload
Plans & pricing Sign in
Sign Out
Your Federal Quarterly Tax Payments are due April 15th Get Help Now >>

PDF MAKE - Pismo Beach

VIEWS: 78 PAGES: 220

  • pg 1
									                                                                                                                            1UA0Ter
                                                                                                                                                           pt
                                                                                                                                                           T
                                                                                                                                                          AJ



                                                  AGENDA
                                            City of Pismo Beach
                                                 REGULAR
                                            Cit    Council Meetin
                  i             iU1fj   j    iffijjt 11 J ot Hfc4iQ i
                                                  760 Mattie Road
                                            Pismo Beach California

                                                  Reiss
CALL TO ORDER                           Mayor


ROLL CALL

                                                  Reiss
          Mayor
                                                  Gonzales Gee
          Mayor Pro Tem                                                                  Natoli
          Councilmembers                          Higginbotham Rabenaldt


INVOCATION                       Dr Paul Jones



PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
                                                                       Next Ordinance No 0 05 08
Next Resolution No R 05 052

                                                          i
                                                              i
                                                                                   i
                                                                                             i
                                                                                                 ijii
                                                                                                        i   i
                                                                                                                i       i   i   i   i   ii i ii i iii i        I
           Pllai8TA1r                                                                  iii                          i
                                                                          Ui j j
L1
 Item 1 A             Proclamation for San Luis Obispo County            Airport Day

                                                                  Debra Garcia
 Item 1 B              Introduction of New        City Employee

     J                iifWl t           fi 1J PII                                      on the agenda
                                                comment on any Item NOT appearing
 At this time members of the public may                                        under this Item cannot
                                           Under State Law matters presented
 exceDt for Consent Calendar Items                                                     on the agenda
                                             Council at this time For Items appearing
 be discussed or acted upon by the City                              the item comes up for Council
                                to make comments at the time
 the public will be Invited
 consideration At all  times please use the microphone
                                   the Mayor or presiding Councllmember may
 In response to your comments
                                                   with you
             Direct staff to assist or coordinate
             A Councllmember may       state a desire to meet with you
                                                                                        future Council
                                                     to place your issue or matter on a
             It may be the desire of the Council

                agenda                                                  the Council
                                            rocedures when addressin
     Please adhere to the followin


     08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
     1
    City   Council Agenda
                                                                                      Tuesday August       16 2005




                 Comments should be limited
                                         to 3 minutes or
                                                         less
                 Your comments should
                                      be directed to the Council
                                                                as a whole and not
              individual Councilmembers                                            directed to
   Slanderous profane or personal
                                   remarks against
   audience shall not be permitted                 any Council member staff or member
                                                                                        of the



   3         CITY COUNCIL COMMENTS AND
                                       REQUESTS



   4        CONSeN1             A   fHDA
  All items on the Consent Calendar are to be
                                              acted upon by a
  by an individual Councilmember for                            single action of the City Council unless
                                      special consideration                                              otherwise requested
  acted                                                        otherwise the recommendation of staff
         upon by roll call vote Per Resolution    R 3 14 any                                             will be accepted and
  Section 10                                                  items Dulled from the Consent Aaenda will
                                                                                                               be heard under



  Item 4 A          Clerk   s    Report   of   Posting    The    agenda      of the
                    Council agenda                                                regular August 16 2005 City
                                            was       posted   on   the   City Council Chamber bulletin board
                    on
                         August     11    2005       Grigsby

                    Recommendation                        Approval by        roll call vote to Consent
                                                                                                       Calendar
  Item 4 8         Waive        readings       All   Readings    of ordinances and
                                                                                   resolutions
                   title   are   waived                                                                      except by
                                               Grigsby

                   Recommendation                         Approval by       roll call vote to Consent Calendar

 Item 4 C          Minutes Of The
                                  August 2 2005                  Regular City Council Meeting
                   Minutes Of The August 2 2005
                                                                 Closed Session City Council
                    Grigsby                                                                             Meeting

                   Recommendation                        Approval by        roll call vote to Consent
                                                                                                      Calendar
 Item 4 0
                  Approval       of Payroll     Register and Register of Demands                 Edes

                  Recommendation                         Approval by       roll call vote to Consent Calendar

 Item 4 E         Notice of Completion for the
                                                               Repair     of the Pier Avenue
                  Access Project                                                                   Stairway      Beach


                  Recommendation                         Approval by       roll call vote to Consent Calendar

Item 4 F          Authorization      for the         City Manager  to Enter into Professional
                  Agreement with          AGP Video                                                          Services
                                                          Inc for Video
                                                                        Production Services

                 Recommendation                         Approval by        roll call vote to Consent
                                                                                                          Calendar

08 16 05   City Councii Meeting Packet
2
                                                                                                                       2
                                                                                     Tuesday August    16 2005
City Council Agenda




                  Consideration to Award the Purchase of                                           Tractor
Item 4 G                                                                    a   Replacement

                  Recommendation                                           roll call vote to Consent Calendar
                                                         Approval by

Item 4 H          Activity Reports       for   July    2005


                  1          City   ClerkAdministration             Grigsby   Rice
                  2          Conference and Visitors Bureau Brasile
                  3                              Department Edes
                             Administrative Services
                  4          Community Development Department Bloom
                             Public Works and                             Delzeit
                  5                                     Engineering
                  6          Fire Turner
                  7          Police   Department         Cortez


                  Recommendation                             Approval by    roll call vote to Consent Calendar
                                                             as   Information   Only

  Item   4
         1        June 30 2005          Quarterly       Investment      Report

                  Recommendation                             Approval by    roll call vote to Consent Calendar
                                                             as   Information   Only

5                    til II
                         A
                   PIIBLI A                      II
         M               ll
                                        INBi
CITY COUNCIL PROCEDURES FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS                               The Mayor will     announce     each Item and
thereafter the hearing will be conducted as follows


                                                                                                   proposal being   heard
    1    City           present the staff report and
                staff will                                          recommendation      on   the
         and    respond  questions from Council
                            to
    2    The Mayor will open the public hearing by first asking the project applicant appellant or
         his her representative to present any points necessary for the Council as well as the
         public to fully understand the proposal
    3    The    Mayor will then ask other interested persons to come to the podium to present
         testimony either in support of or in opposition to the proposal
    4    The Mayor will Invite the applicant appellant or his her representative back to the podium
         to respond to the public testimony If appropriate

    5    The Mayor will then close the public hearing and limit further discussion to the Council
         and staff prior to the Council taking a vote




 Item 5 A             A Resolution of the             City   Council of the City of Pismo Beach Adopting
                      General Plan Amendment                 No 04 0026 to Clarify the Timing and Financial

                      Responsibilities of       future       Road Improvements between Highland Drive
                      and Price Canyon         Road           and Certifying the Environmental Document

                      Prepared      for the Amendment and for a Related Subdivision Tract 2554
                                     for an Area off Highland Drive Pacific Estates Planning Sub
                      Proposed
                      Area N 3       Bloom



 08 16 05 City Council      Meeting   Packet
                                                                                                                        3
 3
 City Council Agenda                                                         Tuesday August     16 2005



                   Recommendation                 1     Mayor    to   Open     Public   Hearing   for anyone
                                                  wishing             to    comment in        favor of or in
                                                  opposition     to this Resolution
                                                  2        Mayor to Close Public Hearing
                                                  3        By motion and roll call vote                   adopt
                                                  Resolution


16         BUSINESS ITEMS

 Item 6 A          Price Street Extension     Project

                   Recommendation                 By motion      endorse      Option    2

 Item 6 B         Selection of Voting      Delegate   to the 2005     League    of California Cities
                  Annual Conference


                  Recommendation                  Council to select one voting              delegate   and   one
                                                  alternate voting delegate


 Item 6 C         Request by Councilmember            Natoli to discuss the Car Show contracts


                  Recommendation                 Discussion and Direction

 Item 6 0          Transient      Occupancy   Tax Ordinance


                   Recommendation                Make     no   revisions to                 Ordinance
                                                                               existing

17     CITY MANAGER S REPORT



IB     CITY ATTORNEY S REPORT



19     COUNCIL SUBCOMMITTEE REPORTS

       1         Area  Agency on Aging Natoli Gonzales Gee
       2          Dinosaur Caves Preservation Society     Gonzales Gee Higginbotham
       3          Economic Vitality Corporation   RabenaldtlNatoli
       4          Pismo Beach Conference      Visitors Bureau  Higginbotham
       5          Friends of Price House   Gonzales Gee   Higginbotham
       6         Integrated Waste Management Authority JPA      Natoli
       7         Mobile Home Rent Stabilization   Gonzales Gee Natoli
       8         SLO Council of Governments     Reiss Gonzales Gee alt
       9         SLO Regional Transit
                                      Authority Reiss
       10        Zone 3 Advisory Committee     RabenaldtlNatoli all
       11        SLO County Water Resources
                                                 Advisory Committee        Rabenaldt
       12        SLO South County Area Transit Gonzaies Gee
       13        SLO Air Pollution Control District  Gonzaies Gee


08 16 05   City Council Meeting   Packet
4                                                                                                             4
       Council                                                                           Tuesday August     16 2005
City              Agenda


                                                            Natoli
           14         Scenic   Highway Committee
                                                                               Natoli   alt
           15         South   County Youth Coalition          Higginbotham
           16         EOC      Higginbotham
           17         Community Improvement Group               Gonzales Gee Rabenaldt
            18        Ventana Fire Station       Gonzales Gee      Higginbotham
            1g        Califomia Joint Powers Insurance          Authority Reiss


110        PULLEDQQNSetfr AG ENDAI U MS


111        ADJOORNMeNT

 The Council       meeting will adjourn by    11 00 p m      unless a four fifths vote of the Council wishes to continue

 past   that time  Ifthe meeting     is   adjourned    at 11 00 p m any remaining agenda items will be continued to
 the next   regular meeting




                                           Affidavit Date            Time of   Posting

 By                    Lori     Grigsby                                          Date Auaust 11 2005
            Lori    Grigsby     CMC


 Title      Citv Clerk                                                           Time             9 00   a m




 General Information                      The     City Council of        Pismo Beach meets on the First and
                                          Third        Tuesdays       of each month at 4 30 p m      unless
                                          otherwise noticed


                                                                                                                   review at
 Council         Agendas                  The    City Council agenda is now available for public
                                           the   City s website at www pismobeach ora and                           the   City
                                           Clerk   s   Office 760 Mattie Road               Pismo Beach California on
                                           the   Thursday       after 5 00 p    m       prior to the scheduled meeting

 Council                                         is         Channel 20 three times            a   day    at 9 00   a m    6 00
                 Meeting Broadcasting                  on

 p     m   and 1 00      a m



                                Notice    Regarding         Americans with Disabilities Act


                                                                             Act if you need special assistance to
  Incompliance with the Americans with Disabilities
                                                                             Clerk s Office at 773 7003 at least 48
  participate in this meeting please contact the City
                                                                                                               be made to
  hours prior to the meeting to ensure that reasonable arrangements can
  provide accessibility to the meeting 28CFR 35 102 35 104 ADA Title II




  08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
                                                                                                                             5
  5
                                  Proclamation
                         San Luis       Obispo County Airport
                             Celebrates      Airport Day
Whereas   during the      last    eighteen   months        ending    June 30    2005 San Luis
Obispo County Airport     Statistics    are as   follows


        A total of 490 341 commercial passengers              were   served
        A total of 19 824 commercial
                                           flights
                                           were             completed
        A total of 9 020 tons of commercial cargo were handled
        A total of 225 000 tax was received for
                                                jet fuel used
        A total of   28 385 tax     received for aviation gas used
                                  was

        A total of   432 292 in    rental commissions received
                                  car

        A total of 149 779 operations were conducted
        The Airport was used for medical
                                           emergency transfers
        The airport supports 1 541 local jobs
        The airport generates 389 000 daily revenues within SLO service area
       The average day total visitor spending adds 54 000 to the local
                                                                       economy
       There was 62 600 000 in annual sales of firms with aircraft based in San
       Luis Obispo


Whereas      Airport Day is designed to bring the values and understanding                     of
general   and commercial aviation to the residents of this
                                                           county and

Now    therefore be it resolved that the                  Council of the
                                                  City                 City of Pismo Beach
declares  Saturday August     20 2005      as     San Luis     Obispo County Airport Day
and   acknowledges that San   Luis Obispo County Airport has a major impact on
the financial and social welfare of San Luis
                                             Obispo County and all towns and
cities in the county



                         Dated this     16th day     of   August   2005




                                  Mayor Mary      Ann Reiss




                                                                              Agenda   Item 1 A

                                                                                        Page   1
                                        PISMO BEACH COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT




SUBJECT TITLE
CLERK S REPORT OF POSTING




RECOMMENDATION
Council to approve          by    roll call vote to Consent Calendar the Clerk   s   date and time of posting



EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Clerk sReport of Posting The agenda for the regular meeting of August 16 2005 City Council
meeting was posted on the City Council Chamber bulletin board on the verified date and time
on   the   City Council agenda

Council approves this item for                  posting requirements   of the Brown Act      Government Code
54954 2



FISCAL IMPACT
Not   Applicable


OPTIONS
Not   Applicable




ATTACHMENTS
None




Prepared by                   Lori   Grigsby City    Clerk         Meeting   Date      August   16 2005




City Manager Approval                                4
                                                     f

                                                                                             Agenda   Item 4 A
                                                                                                          Page   1

      08 16 05   City   Council   Meeting   Packet
      7
                                 PISMO BEACH COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT



SUBJECT TITLE
WAIVE READINGS


RECOMMENDATION
All   readings   of ordinances and resolutions              except by       title   are   waived


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
This isapproved as a Consent Calendar item so that the Mayor reads all Resolutions and
Ordinance by title only and not the whole content of each item that come up for consideration


City   of Pismo Beach      Municipal       Code reads        as   follows


2 04 340 Reading of Ordinances
At the time of adoption of an ordinance               the City Council by unanimous consent of those
Councilmembers        present    can       determine that the ordinance shall be read in title only Such
consent may be expressed             by   a   statement of the       presiding       officer that   if there is   no   objection
this ordinance can be read       by       title   only

2 04 350     Reading    of Resolutions
At the time of  adoption of any resolution the City Council by unanimous consent of those
Councilmembers     present can determine that the resolution shall be read in title only Such
consent may be expressed by a statement that     if there is no objection this resolution can be
read in title only    If any Councilmember so requests the resolution shall be read in full
However when a resolution is placed on the consent agenda the title need not be read unless
requested by any Councilmember Such resolutions may be adopted with the remainder of the
consent agenda


FISCAL IMPACT
Not    Applicable

OPTIONS
Not    Applicable

ATTACHMENTS
None


Prepared by         Lori   Grigsby    CMC          City   Clerk                       Meeting      Date   August   16 2005




City Manager Approval
                                          4                 Cfk

                                                                                                          Agenda       Item 4 B

                                                                                                                         Page   1

      08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
      8
                                PISMO BEACH COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT


SUBJECT TITLE


MINUTES OF THE AUGUST 2 2005 CLOSED SESSION 3 30 p                       m    CITY COUNCIL
MEETING
MINUTES OF THE AUGUST 2 2005 REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING


RECOMMENDATION

Approve by        roll call vote to Consent Calendar


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY




FISCAL IMPACT
Not   Applicable


OPTIONS
      1         Approve      minutes   as   presented
      2         Approve      minutes with edits



ATTACHMENTS
          1         Various Minutes




Prepared by           Lori   Grigsby    CMC     City Clerk   Meeting   Date   August   16 2005




City Manager Approval
                                        4 Cfk




                                                                              Agenda   Item 4 C
08 16 05      City Council Meeting   Packet
9                                                                                        Page    1
                                                     MINUTES
                                               City of Pismo Beach
                                                       REGULAR

                                               Cit    Council Meetin
                               Tuesday August 2 2005                         4 30 p rn

 CALL TO ORDER
 The  City Council of the City of Pismo Beach met this date in a regular session at
 4 30 p m in the City Council Chambers 760 Mattie Road Pismo Beach California
 with Mayor Reiss presiding


 ROLL CALL
 Present
        Mayor                                    Reiss
        MayorPro Tern                            Gonzales Gee
        Councilmembers                           Higginbotham            Rabenaldt Natoli


 INVOCATION                  was    given by     Dr Paul Jones


 PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE                                was   lead   by   Dr Paul Jones


 Next Resolution No R 05 050                                                Next Ordinance No 0 05 08



11      PRESENTATIONS

 None


 2      PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD
 At this time members of the public may comment on any item NOT appearing on the agenda
 except for Consent Calendar items     Under State Law matters presented under this item cannot
 be discussed or acted upon by the  City Council at this time For items appearing on the agenda
 the public will be invited to make comments at the time the item comes
                                                                                 up for Council
 consideration At all times please use the microphone
 In response to your comments the Mayor or presiding Councilmember
                                                                   may
            Direct staff to assist or coordinate with you
             A Council member may state a desire to meet with you
              It may be the desire of the Council to place your issue                or   matter   on a   future Council
              agenda
 Please adhere to the       following procedures       when addressing the Council


             Comments should be limited to 3 minutes or less
             Your comments should be directed to the Council                    as   a    whole and not directed to
             individual Councilmembers
Slanderous        profane    or   personal remarks aaainst         anv   Councilmember       staff   or   member of the


                                                                                                Agenda       Item   4 C
08 16 05   City   Council   Meeting   Packet
10                                                                                                              Page   2
I   audience shall not be   permitted


    Bruce Corsaw SEIU Union Representative spoke                                     on   behalf of the    City employees
                                                                                                        fair and   equitable
    bargaining unit Mr Corsaw stated the union is                                    requesting     a

                                   between the                         and its   employees         He further noted          he
    contract be      signed                                 City
    would like to     see a       increase and Health benefits He stated the CPI has
                                  fair   salary
    increased to 4 2    and health care has risen 10      Mr Corsaw commented that
    the 3   increase for Cost of living that has been offered in negotiations is not
    enough based on the current information         He noted that Pismo Beach city

    employees   are at the bottom level for benefits in the County He stated that he

    strongly feels     that line staff                 employees        are   equal    to the   safety employees and
    should     be treated the             same             Mr        Corsaw    had serious      concerns with equity


    adjustments  in the recent salary study by Johnson and Associates and stated the
    survey is flawed    The union is requesting a fair and equitable solution to the
    contract


    Elsa Perez spoke as Shop Steward for the City Employees She commented that
    members of the Union are unhappy with the salary survey and ask how the
    information was established Ms Perez stated that if you are going to set one
               at 55       above the market then all                         positions     should be set at that         same
    position
    level


            Thomas        SEIU  Shop Steward feels                           the 3  increase offered is not              a   fair
    Craig
    offer   inflation is   currently at 4 2 and the                         increase of medical cost is at 10                He

    is   requesting   a              increase for City employees Mr Thomas quoted
                          fair cost of            living
    John Dunn s statement in  the June 30 2005 Tribune article       the clear problem

    for the future of employment in the county is the price of housing for the working

    class people     Mr Thomas stated the future that Mr Dunn talks about is here

    today

    Nathania Boutet Lab Analyst spoke regarding the cost of living for her and other
    employees of the City    She asked Council to consider area salaries and
                                  that other Cities
    employee benefits                                           are    paying

     Sean    Schuur       President of the                  Pismo           Beach Chamber          spoke regarding           the

     Caltrans meeting being          August    at 8 00 a m at the Chamber office
                                                  held                  9

     regarding the Price Street extension Everyone is invited to attend

     Joe    Leonard       commented   he was                           unhappy        regarding         tree   removal       and
                      of diseased trees in the                                He           given   notice to    remove       and
     replacement                                                 City                was

                                                                              Leonard commented that he feels the
     replace a diseased tree on his                      property Mr
     City services for the tourist are increasing and City services                                       for residents      are

     decreasing He submitted pictures regarding this issue

             Reiss asked staff to                  update       Council                    Mr Leonard      s concerns
     Mayor                                                                  regarding

     3       City C1liW
                 h            I
                                   iil
                                     ll   I   GOMUtllUTS ANn DEQUISTS
                                              i    i             j
                                                                                                                         I
                                                                                                                                    I

                                                                                                          Agenda    Item 4 C
     08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
                                                                                                                      Page      3
     11
 Councilmember              Rabenaldt          praised       the    Council    for                     the
                                                                                      attending               League
 conference   in Monterey                  He       noted    the    sessions     held                               and
                                                                                          were     important
 informational to Council


 Councilmember Natoli attended the
                                      League conference and announced that he
 will serve as the At
                      Large Director of the League of California Cities He also
 mentioned that the League would be
                                      addressing affordable housing issues in the
 state


 Mayor      Pro     Tern
                    Gonzales Gee reported all Council attended the League
 conference    She commented that this was one of the best conferences she has
attended      Mayor Pro Tern Gonzales Gee noted she attended sessions on
Affordable Housing and LAFCO       Mayor Pro Tern Gonzales Gee requested to be
notified prior to Council meetings of any items or issues that
                                                               might be addressed
by citizens at Council meetings

Mayor Reiss reported                  on      the   League conference           and     noted      the    affordable
housing issues will be a                 priority    of the    League    in the next year            Mayor Reiss
mentioned she attended    sessions                       on    Ethics    Mixed use and              neighborhood
groups in local communities




4        CQN ENT AGENDA
All items on the Consent Calendar are to be acted upon
                                                        by a single action of the City Council unless otherwise requested
by an individual Council member for special consideration Otherwise the recommendation of staff will be
                                                                                                            accepted and
acted upon by foil call vote  Per Resolution    R3 14 any items Dulled from the Consent
                                                                                              Aoenda will be heard under
Section 10



Item 4 A          Clerk                 of
                           s   Report         Posting    The    agenda of the regular August 2 2005 City
                  Council       agenda     was                   the City Council Chamber bulletin board
                                                    posted   on
                  on   July     28 2005        Grigsby

                  Action              Approved by        roll call vote to Consent Calendar


Item 4 8          Waive        readings       All                 of ordinances and resolutions
                                                    Readings                                              except by
                  title   are   waived        Grigsby

                  Action              Approved by        roll call vote to Consent Calendar



Item 4 C          Minutes OfThe                  19 2005 Closed Session 3 30 City Council
                                          July                                             Meeting
                  Minutes Of The                 19 2005 Closed Session City Council
                                          July                                       Meeting
                  Minutes Of The         July    19 2005 Regular City Council
                                                                                        Meeting Grigsby
                  Minutes of the        July 14     2005     Special Workstudy Session Meeting
                   Dawson


                  Action              Approved by        roll call vote to Consent Calendar


Item 4 0          Approval      of   Payroll Register and Register of          Demands         Edes

                  Action              Approved by        roll call vote to Consent Calendar

08 16 05 City Council     Meeting    Packet                                                   Agenda      Item 4 C
12
                                                                                                             Page     4
Item 4 E             A   Resolution       Of     The                Council    Of    The   City     Of Pismo      Beach
                                                         City
                                                                                             Car Show October 7 9
                     Authorizing Encroachment For                   Endless Summer
                     On State Highway 1  Grigsby


                     Action                         of Resolution                  R 2005 050      by   roll call vote to
                                        Approval
                     Consent Calendar


Item 4 F             Authorization       to    Enter into       a   contract with      Boyle Engineering          in    the
                     Amount of         73 114 For The Sewer            Pipe Bridge Replacement Engineering
                     Design    Contract        Delzeit


                     Action             Approved by       roll call vote to Consent Calendar


CONSENT MOTION
Motion                Pro  Tern Gonzales Gee                                  seconded        by        Councilmember
              by      Mayor
              to approve the Consent Calendar                                 as   presented       These items      were
Higginbotham
approved by roll call vote Passed 5 0

AYES                  Gonzales Gee            Higginbotham           Natoli    Rabenaldt Reiss
NOES                  None




5   1




CITY COUNCIL PROCEDURES FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS                               The Mayor will      announce     each item and
thereafter the hearing will be conducted as follows


        1           staff will present the staff report and          recommendation     on   the   proposal being      heard
            City
            and    respond to questions from Council
        2   The  Mayor will open the public hearing by first asking the project applicant appellant or
            his her representative to present any points necessary for the Council as well as the
            public to fully understand the proposal Limited to 10 minutes
        3   The Mayor will then ask other interested persons to come to the podium to present
            testimony either In support of or In opposition to the proposal
        4   The Mayor will invite the applicant appellant or his her representative back to the podium
            to respond to the public testimony If appropriate
        5   The Mayor will then close the public hearing and limit further discussion to the Council
            and staff prior to the Council taking a vote




At this time 4 59            D m   Council moved to Item 6 8


Item 5 A              A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Pismo Beach Upholding a
                      Planning Commission Action denying a Coastal Development Permit and
                      Architectural Review Permit for Project 04 0064 at 107 Naomi APN 010
                      214 004      Bloom




                                                                                                    Agenda     Item 4 C
 08 16 05 City Council       Meeting   Packet
                                                                                                                  Page     5
 13
                       Recommendation                 1     Mayor      to    Open     Public       Hearing     for   anyone
                                                            wishing         to comment in favor of      or    in   opposition
                                                           to the Resolution
                                                   2           Mayor to Close       Public   Hearing
                                                   3           By motion and        roll call vote            Resolution
                                                                                                     adopt

 Randy      Bloom       Community Development                     Director      gave the staff       report

 Mayor Reiss opened the public hearing                           for anyone      wishing      to   speak     in favor of   or
 in opposition to this ordinance


 Nell    Langford           Appellant
                         spoke regarding this project she introduced                                                     Mr
 LeonardLenger Land Surveyor he spoke regarding the slope of the lot                                                      He
 commented that he used a different formula than the
                                                     City for this project                            He
 noted his calculations               were    using       the two side contour method and feels this site
can     easily    be   developed

Ms Langford commented that Mr Lenger s information is accurate and this issue
should not be before Council  Ms Langford has entered her Attorney s opinion
into the record She noted this application should have been submitted over the
counter and not                         the
                            through            appeal      process

Council recessed at 6 17 p                  m   and reconvened at 6 26 p               m



The     following citizens spoke
Cerini Bess asked that this                 application         be denied


John     Sorgenfrei Chairman of the Planning Commission                                      clarified comments          on
what transpired at the
                        Planning Commission hearing

Cynthia      Brown had          concerns         with the                      of the
                                                                 handling                application          She asked
Council to approve the application                        as   submitted


Virginia     Martinez asked Council to approve this                          application

Fernie Miranda              Project    General Contractor                                Council to approve this
                                                                        requested
application

Michael Samloff mentioned this                                     looks into his
                                                   property                              backyard      and     requested
thisapplication be denied

Chazahla          Cynclaire           had     questions          regarding        eminent          domain      and      this
application

Marcia Handcastle                             Ms
                              supports             Langford        s   application     and     requested      Council to
vote in her favor


Heidi Paciano          requested Council           to      deny this application           She feels the structure
is too   big   for the   neighborhood


08 16 05          Council                                                                            Agenda        Item 4 C
           City             Meeting   Packet
14
                                                                                                                     Page 6
                            in   opposition          to this   application         Mr   Chapel       has attended two
Jay Chapel spoke
Planning Commission meetings that denied the application and this City Council
meeting regarding the application He feels this item has come before the proper
boards and should stand with the Planning Commission s decision


Bernie Souza noted she              supports           this   application

Don Whittemore          spoke      in   opposition            and asked Council to          deny     the   application

Effie   McDermott           spoke       in    favor of the     application                Ms       McDermott showed
several houses in the             area       that   are   compatible to scale        of   existing    residents


         BeDell mentioned she is                          advocate of  granny units   and has reviewed
Jerry                                               an

the brochure from the City Planning                           department titled Do you want a second
unit  Ms BeDell feels Ms Langford                             has complied and is requesting Council to

approve the      application             Lee BeDell           spoke   in favor of the      application

Tim     Page    asked       Council           to    deny         application and stated the Planning
                                                              this
Commission did          a   good job          with the     application process regarding this property

Mark     Burnes        Planning          Commissioner                clarified     Mr     Sorgenfrei       s   comments

               the                 Commission                meeting    and   agreed      with him
regarding            Planning

Nell    Langford appellant responded                       to the comments from             community residents

There    being   no    further comments                   Mayor   Reiss closed the         public hearing

Councilmember Rabenaldt noted that Council needs to stick with the facts before
them regarding this decision He feels staff has measured the slopes and their

methodology on          this     property           has   more   than   a   20    slope

Councilmember           Higginbotham                had   concerns      with size of      dwelling     and orientation
of structure         She is in    support           of the    Planning      Commission         s   decision


Councilmember Natoli felt the                       interpretation      of the    slope   is in    compliance    and the
Planning      Commission made the correct decision


Mayor     Pro Tem Gonzales Gee felt that Council should go with the facts                                      only

MayorReiss noted she feels that granny units are a good thing and the                                           Planning
Commission has done a great job with processing this application


MOTION
Motion by Councilmember Rabenaldt seconded by Council member Natoli to
adopt Resolution 2005 051 upholding the Planning Commission action denying
    Coastal                                                                      Permit for 107 Naomi           This item
a            Development and Architectural Review
was     approved by roll call vote Passed 5 0

AYES             Rabenaldt Natoli Gonzales Gee                              Higginbotham           Reiss
NOES             None

                                                                                                      Agenda    Item 4 C
08 16 05 City Council Meeling Packel
                                                                                                                  Page   7
15
16       BUSINESS ITEMS

 Item 6 A        Capital Improvement Program              Status   Report        Quarterly Update Ray

                 Recommendation                   Information     only


Greg Ray        Associate     Engineer     gave the staff        report regarding        status of      Capital
Improvement Projects

Mayor Reiss requested staff to come back at the next meeting to report                                on   Street
Slurry project namely the streets that will be repaired with this project

At this time 5 31      p         Council moved to Item 5 A
                             m


Item 6 B         Synthetic   Turf On Ventana Drive         Delzeit


                 Recommendation                         motion    voice vote defer the installation of
                                                  By
                                                  synthetic    turf to the next two year budget cycle
                                                  2007 08 and 2008 09


Dennis Delzeit        City Engineer      Public Works Director gave the staff                report

It   was consensus         of Council to    provide     information                                    turf
                                                                          regarding synthetic                  on
new    future   city projects    for consideration


At this time 5 09p      m    Council moved to Item 6 A



Item 6 C         Authorization For Purchase Of Equipment And Implementation Of
                 Video Audio Production And Broadcasting System For City Council
                 Chambers and         Approve    The     City Manager      To Execute The           Signature
                 Of   Agreement     For Services        Grigsby


                 Recommendation                   By    motion roll call vote         approveOption          2 for
                                                  the     Purchase       and          implementation
                                                                                            of
                                                  Video Audio  equipment  and approve the City
                                                  Manger to execute the signature of Agreement
                                                  for Services


Lori   Grigsby City     Clerk gave the staff      report

Marilee    Hyman      asked several                                      the              staff
                                          questions regarding                  system               replied    to
those     inquiries        She    also   mentioned       she would        like   to           the
                                                                                       see            Planning
Commission       meetings     televised when the                          is
                                                         new   system          completed

Joe Crescione noted this item is           a   long time coming      and is in favor of the           project

08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet                                                    Agenda        Item    4 C
16                                                                                                      Page 8
Effie McDermottwas in favor of this project and would like to see the Planning

Commission meetings televised      She would also like to see the Charter

agreement add a government channel to the City contract when it comes before
Council for renewal


MOTION
Motion by Council member Rabenaldt seconded by Councilmember Natoli to
approve Option 2    for the purchase and implementation of Video Audio
equipment and approve the City Manager to execute the signature of Agreement
for Services This item            was      approved by       roll call vote        Passed 5 0


AYES             Rabenaldt Natoli Gonzales Gee                         Higginbotham          Reiss
NOES             None




17      ptTVMANA                            8iPORT
                                                            the                  items      Staff is    recruiting   for
 Kevin Rice      City Manager reported                 on         following
the vacancy to the Conference and Visitors Bureau                                        please   contact the    City
Clerk s Office at 773 7003 for more information

                                           i
                                           I      P
Is     ow    I      i SRN
                    1
                        u                  A      c
                                                  l pORT

                                                                   TOT   meeting         will be held   Thursday
 Dave Fleishman             City Attorney reported the
 August      4 at 2 30 p      m   in the Council Chambers




19       qQ NC I               Ui BIMNtt                           P    t
         1       Area       Agency   on   Aging    Natoli Gonzales Gee
         2       Dinosaur Caves Preservation            Society    Gonzales Gee     Higginbotham
         3       Economic Vitality Corporation   Rabenaldt Natoli
         4       Pismo Beach Conference      Visitors Bureau Higginbotham
         5       Friends of Price House   Gonzales Gee Higginbotham
         6       Integrated Waste Management Authority JPA Natoli
         7        Mobile Home Rent Stabilization            Gonzales Gee Natoli
         8        SLO Council of Governments              Reiss Gonzales Gee alt
         g        SLO Regional Transit Authority Reiss
         10       Zone 3 Advisory Committee    RabenaldtNatoli alt
         11       SLO       County Water Resources Advisory Committee              Rabenaldt
         12       SLO South       County Area Transit Gonzales Gee
         13       SLO Air Pollution Control District Gonzales Gee
         14       Scenic Highway Committee       Natoli
         15       South      County Youth Coalition       Higginbotham      Natoli alt
         16       EOC         Higginbotham
         17       Community Improvement Group                Gonzales Gee Rabenaldt
         18       Ventana Fire Station            Gonzales Gee    Higginbotham
         19       California Joint Powers Insurance Authority            Reiss




                                                                                                  Agenda     Item 4 C
 08 16 05 City Council      Meeting   Packet
                                                                                                               Page    9
 17
 Councilmember           Higginbotham      attended        the    Conference        and   Visitor    Bureau
 meeting    and   reported        the CVB is                     the
                                               working     on          new
                                                                             marketing concept       for the
 City

 Councilmember Natoli commented that he would like to                           see a     Code of Ethics
 come    before Council for                    in the          future
                                    approval            near




110      PULLED CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS



111      ADJOURNMENT

There    being   no   further business     Mayor        Reiss   adjourned     the   meeting   at 8 20 p   m




Mary    Ann Reiss       Mayor                              Lori   Grigsby     CMC     City   Clerk




08 16 05 City Council                                                                 Agenda     Item 4 C
                        Meeting   Packet
18                                                                                                Page    10
                                                     MINUTES
                                             City    of Pismo Beach
                              Cit     Council Closed Session Meetin

                    Tuesday August           2 2005   Immediately                   Following
                                      Regular City Council Meeting
                                             760 Mattie Road
                                         Pismo Beach California
    CALL TO ORDER
    The City Council of the           City   of Pismo Beach met this date in             a   Closed Session at
    8 12 p m in the City Council Chambers 760 Mattie Road Pismo Beach California
    with Mayor Reiss presiding



    ROLL CALL                Mayor                     Reiss

                             Mayor     Pro Tem         Gonzales Gee
                             Council members           Higginbotham           Natoli Rabenaldt

                                                                          i


I   PU L ICiQQM

    Mayor    asked for   public   comments       specific   to the below listed item         No   one   spoke
    regarding     these items




I   AG       PA     I    I li                                                                                         I
    Item 1         CONFERENCE            WITH        LEGAL       COUNSEL            REGARDING             PENDING
                   LITIGATION 54956 9            a



                             Specialty       Construction    v   City of Pismo   Beach




    Item 2         CONFERENCE             WITH       NEGOTIATORS                 Government        Code     Section
                   54957 6


                   Agency designated representative              s   John Dunn

                   Employee organization                SEIU and POA




    08 16 05 City Council             Packet
                                                                                              Agenda Item 4 C
                            Meeting
    19                                                                                                 Page 11
It is noted that the contents of closed session                                 confidential and
                                                              meetings   are                       exempt
from disclosure




No      reportable     action   was   taken   regarding   the above listed items
ADJOURNMENT


There     being   no   further business       Mayor   Reiss   adjourned   the Closed Session at 9 15
p   m




Mary     Ann Reiss      Mayor                                  Lori   Grigsby    CMC   City Clerk




08 16 05 City Council              Packet                                                Agenda     Item 4 C
                         Meeting
20                                                                                                   Page   12
                                 PISMO BEACH COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT




SUBJECT TITLE
APPROVAL OF PAYROLL REGISTER AND REGISTER OF DEMANDS




RECOMMENDATION
Approval by   roll call vote to Consent Calendar




EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Attached   are   the   Summary   of   Payroll Register for   7 29 05 and   Register   of Demands for
7 29 05    8 5 05


FISCAL IMPACT
As   designated


OPTIONS

Approve summary of Payroll        and    Register of Demands



AIT ACHMENTS
     1                            of 7 29 05
            Payroll Summary
     2      Register    of Demands 7 29 05         8 5 05



                                  Edes                           Meeting    Date   August   16 2005
 Prepared by             George
                         Administrative Services Director




City Manager Approval
                                       4


                                                                                           Agenda Item   4 D

                                                                                                       Page   1


     08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
     21
                      SUMMARY
PAYROLL REGISTER

FOR PERIOD ENDING 07 24 05
CHECKS DATED 07 29 05


                 PAYROLL WARRANTS
                                      44422 44440
                              A01 0620 A01 0728


                                      EARNINGS
                                         REGULAR                                     76
                                                                        203
                                                                        499
                                             HOLIDAY                    2            27
                                                                                     746
                                        OVERTIME                        9           43
                                                                                    178
                                Admin         Finance         0 00
                                                 P D    6      662
                                                               43
                                                 Fire         0 00
                                    Public Services           0 00
                                        Pub Works           148 17
                                               Water        589 22
                                               Sewer    1 778 61
                                         Motor Veh            0 00
                            Special    Events    PD           0 00
                     Special    Events Pub Wk                 0 00
                      SALARY ADJIWC 4850                                     876 70
       TRAINING      UNIFORM ALLOWANCE                                            83 50
                            OTHER EARNINGS                                         0 00

                                                                     216 384 66


       LESS AUTHORIZED PAYROLL
                    DEDUCTIONS
FEDERAL WITHHOLDING TAX
                                                                            21
                                                                            422      29
FICA                                                                   16 020 60
STATE INCOME TAX                                                        5 853 73
STATE DISABILITY INSURANCE                                              2           235
                                                                                    46
ADJUSTMENTS                                                             1 630 94
HEALTH                                                                  5 526 90
PEBT HEALTH INSURANCE                                                   1 572 81
SUPPLEMENTAL DISABILITY                                                 1 032 63


                                                                                  Agenda Item 4 0
                                                                                            Page 2
  08 16 05 City Council   Meeting   Packet
  22
SECTION 125                                        592 33

PERS                                             6 783 20

DEFERRED COMPENSATION                            5 075 52

UNION DUES                                       1 534 34

PISMO ATHLETIC CLUB                                415 00

OTHER                                               21 91


                             NET PAYROLL      146 667 00


          DIRECT DEPOSIT DEDUCTION              128 342 56



         NET PAYROLL AFTER ACH                 18 324 44
                       DEPOSIT




                                                     Agenda   Item 4 D
                                                               Page   3


   08 16 05   City Council Meeting   Packet
   23
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Q
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  t     Ql
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Cl
                       c
                                                          a          OOLt            LU1                                                   a
                       o                            l
                                                    00    01                 E0
                                                                             0                       E                    i                           It
                                                                                                                                                            9            co            I                 U WIO                                    I            en               en              W         lt               00           lt     lt           lt    E
                                                                                                                                           2     LLQz e U5
                   a                      z               t          a
                                                                            zw
                                                                                                     cnZLLa                                                                                                                                                    m                                b                                                                 Q
                   5
                                                    LL

                                                                            tf
                                                                            JJ              5                                              t3               ICSC
                                                                                                                                                                                                         o                                                     U c
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                t                  O
                       00                                                                                        OCi                                        a            D                                                                        c
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               5o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               W                                                                        Ow
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               J            J


                   a             t        a
                                                    Z     t         1
                                                                            8                    Z
                                                                                                                 wVJ      VJ
                                                                                                                          f
                                                                                                                                           0                I
                                                                                                                                                            U
                                                                                                                                                                         lO            i                             i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Li                                                         OO lI OIIIl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                JC
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                OOrou    ouo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                M                                                                 III
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  0
                                 zoO                                        ao
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     s o                          I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               g                  C
                                 ircoO                              ENL1                    N
                                                                                                                          5                      0                       t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                9fu
                                                                                                                                           w                                                                         11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     0

                                    l
                                    5                               Q                tu          w                        C                I     O
                                                                                                                                                                         N                                                                                     8                                                                        OO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               uj                 Ql
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Cl
                                                                                     CD
                                                                                                          lIJ    CI
                                                                                                                                           t     VJ
                                                                                                                                                 a
                                                                                                                                                                           U
                                                                                                                                                                         W L
                                                                                                                                                                         I I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      zZj5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     zo I                                                         O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                W6a                                                            1Il1
                                 UGU                                ONUM iii
                                                                    W
                                                                                                          u      Z
                                                                                                                                           J

                                                                                                                                                                                                         0           w I                                                        I en                                       0                                0
                                                                                            L
                                                                                                                             t3                  LL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       C9         oiiioWI                                                                                                   0
                                  g                                                              I                                                                                                       Olc
                                                                                                                                                                                                         oo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      W
                                 ot                                                                        Uo             iOa             i
                                                                                                                                          CI
                                                                                                                                                 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     NN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     y                 l            coo    W                                                                                                0
                                                                                                          Oa LL
                                                                                                           O
                                                                                                                                                                                       oo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     zo                           g     J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        uj                                                                                    g
                                          z
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       0
                                          o
                                                                                                          LL
                                                                                                                          t               0
                                                                                                                                                 U                                                                   00 i                                                                                                                     S
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Za
                                                                                                           J
                                                                                                             Ci                                                                        za                            t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          80
                                                                                                           uo                             Cio                                                                                                                                                                                           8                   ffi
                                                                                                          zwo
                                                                                                                                          Zt                                                             o                                        Wen
                                                                                                          wo w                                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                       oa                                              c          O                                                       o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          J
                                                                                                           VJa                            LLW
                                                                                                          o
                                                                                                                                                 w                       o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               3                                        i
                                                                                                                          ffi
                                                                                                                                          0                                                              E                             tl1                                                                coO
                                                                                                         III              a
                                                                                                                                                 VJ
                                                                                                                                                 l
                                                                                                                                                                                                         t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       s                                                                                                                    a
                                                                                                                          o                                                                              is                            VJ                                                                                               a
                                                                                                                                                 VJ                                                      W                                                                                                                              VJ
                                                                                                                                                 t                                                                                     t
                                                                                                                          w                                                                              o                             W
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               F
                                                                                                                                                 Z                                                                                                                                             Z
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       W
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               W
                                                                                                                          w
                                                                                                                                                 g                                                                                     0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       t
                                                                                                                                                 0                                                                                     VJ                                                      Cii
                                                                                                                          i                                                                                                                                                                    W
                                                                                                                          z                      s                                                                                                                                             0
                                                                                                                                                 LL
                                                                                                                          LL
                                                                                                                                                 o
                                                                                                                          W
                                                                                                                          0                      l
                                                                                                                                                 Z

                                                                                                                                                 i
                                                                                                                                                 VJ




                                                         OO
                                                         OON
              TI E              Jo
                                It
                                                                                    O
                                                                                    tCOl                 OClO                        N
                                                                                                                                     tO         0
                                                                                                                                                                    g8                                          8                                                             O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              OOOCOOOOCD

                   0                                               tMa
                                                                   M
                                                                                    lC
                                                                                    oVO     lLt          om
                                                                                                                                cO        c     0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             i                                tOOOf
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              o                                                     f        OCO
                                                                                                i
                                                                                                c               cci                             i
                                                                                                                                                c
                   E                     cia                       o                co                   CI
                                                                                                                                o         Ol
                                                                                                                                          NO           C
                                                                                                                                                       ll
                                                                                                                                                                    iciNtO
                                                                                                                                                                    cicc
                                                                                                                                                                    t                               lOl
                                                                                                                                                                                                    MC
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  t                       0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              tc
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ari
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Ml
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ic
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     icti
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     lt                   CDl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ctic
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               OO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            t
                                                                                                                                                                    l
                                                                                                                                                                    C                                                             f
                                                                                                                                o                                                                                                                         0                                f         l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     C             co                        0 o
                                         oj                                                                                                                                                                                                               N
                                                                                                                                                                                                    N                                                                                                                               C
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    l        N

                                1l       lt        lt              LrlI
                                                                   t      Il1IOLt               Il       Lt     1 1
                                                                                                                l l                                    lt           lt            lt                lt          lt                lt
              U                                                                                                                                                                                                                              lt           lt             lt                l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           1 1 1 1 1 1 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             l l l l l l
                  1
              la                a5a5a5a5a5                                          a5          a5aia5                                    QO
                                                                                                                                                0      asasasasasasasas                                                                                                                                            as
                                                                                                                                          t
                                000000000000                                                                                              00
                                                                                                                                                       0000000000000000


                                w                  t                      00                                    JQ
                                                                                                                M
                                                                                           r                                              ZW                        ZZ                              OOI                       I
                                                   LL              J      0         0                                                                                                                                                                                                                OOWuoo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       t o t   W
                                aJ                       0                                      ua                        OOa               O          NOO                                                                                                                                           WZWZIZW
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         z   O LL
                                                   a     0
                                                                   0                       a    w               cno                       VJU                                     VJ                a          W                             w I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             J                                             00        3 Wt VJ
                  a
                                         LLi                              0 E
                                                                          2
                                                                                                         d                u               0 LL                                    O                 I                                        IZ                                            O         Z                               ffiO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    00 z
                                                       iils g g                                                 Ot                          0
                                0
                                         VJ
                                                   l
                                                                                                G                         m               IllVJ        t Uu
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              U
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             8Qo                                                     8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    W
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    z        90
                                                   VJ5 i
                                                   5                                                                                                     OW                                                                                                              I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   zZO
                                t        I         LL
                                                         a z                                                     CZl8co
                                                                                                                 2
                                                                                                                                                r
                                                                                                                                                                                  O                 zO
                                                                                                                                                                                                     I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             OWZ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             c
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Oz
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           w                                                 C3
                                Zt                 z
                                                   zVJo
                                                         t         w                                     fr
                                                                                                         u
                                                                                                                oo

                                                                                                                          g                     o
                                                                                                                                                       t

                                                                                                                                                                    Cngj
                                                                                                                                                                                                    I
                                                                                                                                                                                                    00
                                                                                                                                                                                                               0
                                                                                                                                                                                                               W
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              L
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              LJ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              U
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Z I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  C
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         QU
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Z
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           W
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     0                              g 00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    lVJ      zz
                                                   OW 0
                                8                  D                                                            3g                              0
                                                                                                                                                t      ZW
                                                                                                                                                                    LL
                                                                                                                                                                                                    51                                                                                     J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     9000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Ws JQ
                                                   w                                                     I                w                                                                         u                                                                                                                               0 o                     t
                                                                                                                z                               Z     0
                                                                   VJ                                                     a                                                                                                                                                                                                         z
                                                                                                                Z                                                                                                                                                        ig                                                                                 0
                                z                  i     Zx                                                 WVJ
                                                                                                                                                o                   w                               II
                                                                                                                                                                                                    g
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          U                                                             O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    w
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    w        wo
                                                                   w                                     OLLa                                                       w                                                                                                      0
                                         i5                        0                                            OCO                                                 O                               I
                                                                                                                                                                                                    zO
                                                                                                                                                                                                               VJ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         JOI
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        VJ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            w
                                                                                                                                                Z                   J
                                                                                                                                                                    f                                                                                     1              1 0
                                                                   ffi                                          w                                                   0
                                t
                                z                        0                                                      Z
                                                                                                                                                0
                                                                                                                                                o
                                                                                                                                                      Z
                                                                                                                                                      0             0                                                                                                    tclc2                                          O           VJ                  o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    w                                        a
                                                                                                                01
                                                                                                                                                LL
                                                                                                                                                                    f2
                                                                                                                                                                    f                                          c2                                                        uj                                             ot
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         VJ                             LL

      Q                                                                                                  WW                                           J                                                                                                                  oO                                                                             o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        wO
                                                                                                         t      VJ                                                                                             W                                          wWU                                                                                           t
                                                                                                                                                                    0                                                                                                    t                                              o                                                    a
                                                                                                                VJ                              LL                                                                                                                                                                                                      Z
                                                                                                                                                                    LL                                                                                                                                                  zci
      o
                                                                                                         s
                                                                                                                w
                                                                                                                z
                                                                                                                                                o                                                                                                            j
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             z                                                                  z
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        W
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Cl

                                                                                                                                                W                                                                                                                   W
      1                                                                                                  VJO                                                        C3                                                                                    ffio                                                                  5                       t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Q

                                                                                                                                                S                                                                                                                                                                                                       o
      a
                                                                                                         50                                                                                                                                           LL VJ

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ZZ                                                                1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                w
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Q

      u                                                                                                                                         VJ                                                                                                                                                                                                      a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      00                                                                VJIll                           W
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        0 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             0

      tier                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   o
      Jw          Q5        gm                                     re                                                                           0                             tCOC
                                                                                                                                                                              CO                                                                      l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      lOMI          Il
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             u
              0                                                                                                                                                                                 f
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     O                  b
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        OOlOo
13c E         c
                  E
                            r                            0
                                                         N
                                                                          NN                    u I       C
                                                                                                          lM                                                                                                   gj                                     l                                              co                                      io
                                                                                                         Nv                                                                   t                                                                       t                                   1 t                                                t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             MM         t                    i
1ll   ELL                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    U
          0
 o

 E        z
      o
      Q       0                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              e
a     2lJJ     TI                              t
                                                                                                g                     1                               to                      fRgco                                                                                                   8to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      cgM3                              83                   r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             CD

o             ol                                                          t                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             0i3
                                     t                         t                           t
                                                                                           tv

      5
          c                                                                                          t                t                                         t                           t                             t                           t                               t                        t                t                   t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    J                        aN
      LLIll
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      QItl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      i GI
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           en
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ca
              f
              O D            JmI              C                 i                       cnLOcn                                                                     0                                           UJ         Il
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          lW                    C    LO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                0     E
                                      o                               J
                                                                      O           On
                                                                                  o     W                                  ffi                                0 00                                 z      00                               C
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Oo              J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           GIll
                                              WU                                                                                                                              W               O    W         Z                                                  J

                                      g5                                       c                   w
                                                                                                                                                   g               5                                                                                      UJ


i                            C                n                               tr                            C         t0                 N
                                                                                                                                                                                              I
                                                                                                                                                                                              J           o J
                                                       J        LL             w                          a                              r                                         Ua                                                                     Ill
                             i
                             iD       c                                                 D          3 U5 ZWo                                        2
                                                                                                                                                         z    Z         O          UJ    0                UJ                                                          ca
                    en
                             mZO
                                                                CI    a         C5a   n en                                       QCIl
                                                                                                                                 c
                                                                                                                                         0
                                                                                                                                                         L
                                                                                                                                                         i              I     enoo                        mZ              Cl                    zo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                lt        U
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Z
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      0
              f              mOUJ             c        l
                                                       Cf
                                                                              Jt ffil o fJ                                 Ct            Cl        Cl
                                                                                                                                                   J
                                                                                                                                                                   I    O U t
                                                                                                                                                                        UJ
                                                                                                                                                                                         u
                                                                                                                                                                                              J    LLl
                                                                                                                                                                                                   0      UJO
                                                                                                                                                                                                            UJ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          en                          C

oeQo
      b
      oZa
                             5 i                                      l
                                                                      zOooC       zmLL or                   l
                                                                                                                           2                             C         IlL        ti         w         t
                                                                                                                                                                                                          lLO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          o     wN                    GI
                                      LL
                                      J
                                              Q                 Q             t       f
                                                                                      3                               Wo                 I
                                  QIO                           c
                                                                M t           UX                   J
                                                                                                   W                       2a m                    U     Cl        gUJ 5z                     mffi        00
                                                                                                                                                                                                            J
                                                                                                                                                                                                            lL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          w I             Ic
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     co
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      en

                                                                                                                                                              gg5
                                                                                                                                                                              u
en            zO             a    a e                  t        f                       Wc         a        a              Qi
                                                                                                                           l             2         z     0                        00t
                                                                                                                                                                                                          01              Cl                   J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             UWw
               O                    s
                                    2
                                  ooQ                           af
                                                                 l                                          U                                      W     W                    Wcozw                            m
1                                                      en                         M          OJ    Q                       g             I                                    C                                           J               Wl u
                    UJ8
                      0               m
                                              n        t        WQ                J
                                                                                  C
                                                                                                                a          UJ            en
                                                                                                                                                   n     a
                                                                                                                                                         C    hoo       0
                                                                                                                                                                                   t                           Z                    I        u 11
                      o               l
                                                       I        OOZ               0
                                                                                                   j            o          z
                                                                                                                                                   a
                                                                                                                                                         I    00
                                                                                                                                                                        O          ill        C i              o                    I     O
                                                                                             fiJ                                                                   UJ                                          o
              iq                                       S2                                                             N3                           0
                             lL                                                                                 LL
                                                                                                                                                                                   ti                                               o
fEu             ffi
                             I
                                                       I        W
                                                                2LL
                                                                                             W                         o                           t          OGG                  Z          I
                                                                                                                                                                                                   o                                1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          0




                                                                                                                                                                                                               i                                          l
                             jj       III                             0                                         CI    wI                 C         W                               J          m                                                                 UJ
                                                                00                                              o          iM
                                                                                                                           cr                                                                                                       mill
                                                                                                                                                              i
                             o        m                                                                               a                            a                               lL                                                                           I
      a             0                                                                                                                                                                              0
Z
                    UJ
                             a
                             UJ           J
                                                                ga    m
                                                                                                                fu    u
                                                                                                                      ia                           J
                                                                                                                                                   C                               UJ
                                                                                                                                                                                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                   0
                                                                                                                                                                                                   lL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    UJUJ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                U5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Ill
                    en
lLZ                          o
                                                                      0
                                                                                                                Cl    a O                                                                                                              x
                                                                                                                      ot         o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    OUJ
01                  a
                    J        0                                  1
                                                                                                                n
                                                                                                                w     LLZm                         z               be                                                                                     t
                             UJ
                             a
                                          o
                                          I
                                                                lLa
                                                                UJUJ                                            a     0000                         ii5                  o
                                                                                                                                                                                                   UJ                               g                           0
      I                      o            Z                     I                                               o     D    2z                      2               C                               i
                                                                                                                                                                                                   t                                      o                     is
      UJ
                    UJ
                             J

                             UJ                                 OUJ                                             uj         wir
                                                                                                                           J
                                                                                                                                                   J               I
                                                                                                                                                                        g                                                           JZ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                N

      N                                                                                                                                                                 m                          III
                                                                                                                                 UJ                                                                                                                             o
      Z             I                                                 UJ
                                                                      J                                                                                                 UJ
                             UJ                                                                                 W     0                                                                                                             OlL                         o
      o             0                                                                                                 0 0
                                                                                                                                 00                                     lL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    oUJ                         N
      0             iL                                                                                                  0                                               o                                                           JO
      III           0        o                                                                                                                                          0
                             Z                                                                                        00                                                a
                    UJ
                             J                                                                                  J
                                                                                                                lL

                    5        lL
                             UJ                                                                                 UJ
                             0                                                                                  0




                                                                                                                                         t                                                  O
                                                                                                                                                                                           OL  t                                          NOLOL   NtO
                                                                                                                                                                                        OOOOOOO
gg8                                       8                     g                            g                                           t                                              ll ot
                                                                                                                                                                                            o
                                                                                                                                                                                       oooooen                        a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      i   C
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    N     en 0 LO m 0


Nci                               Moodo                                           ci          ci                                  iwo
                                                                                                                                  a                                                        i
                                                                                                                                                                                           WooLt
                                                                                                                                                                                       ioOOO                          o   0         Lt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    i     i     i i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                a a M           0
                                              o                                                                                                                                               o           en                                    N
m                                 v
                                                                                                                                         rn                   8               aL                                          g                                     8
                     M                                                                                                                                        M                                                           t                                     tD
                                                                                                                RV
                                                                                                                                  L L L L L L L L L L L L L L                                                             L L L LOLOLOLO
LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOIOLOLOLO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    a a5             a
                                                                                                                                  00000000000000                                                                          0000000
000000000000000000



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                0
                                                                 c     u                      m                 I     O                                                                UJen   I
                                                                                                                                                                                                   0L50                                   u
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          i           j
       w
       zUcj                  j                N
                                                                                  N     00
                                                                                        0              oeno
                                                                                                                                         ffiQffiQ                             6        a      S2          I                                           w
                                          Q                                                                                                                                            JI
                                                                              01                                                  g                                                                                           ffi                          a
 it           a      cjw          550C                     o
                                                                       Z
                                                                                  a
                                                                                              UJ                                                              tJ        wu
                                                                                                                                                                                       UJZ          g
                                                                                                                                                                                                    J     I
                                                                                                                                                                                                          ol
                                                                                                                                                                                                               z
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                z
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                z
                                                                                              UJ
                                                                                              J
                                                                                                       f        oo                                                                                  J
                                                                                                                                                                                                    5Wo                                         b
       0
       0
              UJ
              I      Z
                       I
                             Z
                                          I

                                          z
                                              1                  J
                                                                 UJ
                                                                 o            I
                                                                                  UJ          J

                                                                                              0
                                                                                                                z                 g                       9        g                     UJ
                                                                                                                                                                                              J           w                   en    3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ot
 C
                     oZ
                      5                       8            00
                                                                              0
                                                                                  0 0
                                                                                                                o                  en        z                t
                                                                                                                                                              I
                                                                                                                                                                   enw                 ia                 wH
                                                                                                                                                                                                           u                              J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          UJZ
                             n
                                                                                                                      ffit                   zO o                  enuw
                                                                                                                                                                   C
                                                                                                                                                                   z                     5                      J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                OIO                                        d
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           us   o
                                                           tiS                    c     z                                                    Cw
                                                                                                                                             O
                                                                                                                                                                        OaC5C o                                 Juuc
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          c
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           0
              J
              ZQ
                             Cl
                                                           Jen                          J
                                                                                              UJ
                                                                                                       UI                                    U U
                                                                                                                                                                                         UJ
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Qcnl                      gu                      01
                                                           OlL                                                                     C                       uo                                                                                           0

 5t                                           8                                   O zO
                                                                                                                                   Z                       CI                                       OJLu
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              6                       t wW
                                                                                                                                                          uc Ju
                                                                              1                                       UJ
                                                           00                     0                                                                                                      o
 OzCl         W
                              w
                              E           W
                                              l
                                              CI
                                              l            ZZ                 Za        C              Z
                                                                                                                      I            i                zo
                                                                                                                                                                   o
                                                                                                                                                                   OJ
                                                                                                                                                                                         Z
                                                                                                                                                                                                    o
                                                                                                                                                                                                    z
                                                                                                                                                                                                                o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      a    uj
                                                                                        lL                                         W                                                     UJ                                   J
              2               w                                  0                UJ                                                                 JC                                                                                                    I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ol
       uj                                     2                                                                                    W
       w en
                                                           m     UJ           00                       a
                                                                                                                                   z
                                                                                                                                                              JI
                                                                                                                                                              OW
                                                                                                                                                               a
                                                                                                                                                                                                          I     m
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              a                       UJmUJ
                                              Wa                                  m                                                                       oa                             0                      I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                J                                         J
       O l                                                                                                                                                    wz                                                                                           o
                                                  LL             u            0   0                    o                           a                                                     UJ         0                         o                                 U
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Z                                     u
                                                           0                                           o                           z                      o   uo                                                              z
              O
                                                                 0                liJ                  I                           w
                                                                                                                                                    Ot
                                                                                                                                                                                         UJ                     ii            J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      u    U
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  1ii
 JF                                                                           enUJ                     o                            J                                                    in                                                           o
       UJUJ                                                                                                                                         Uzw
                                                                              U                                                                                                          Z
 lLZ                                                             UJ
                                                                                  ii                                                c                 JO
                                                                                                                                                                                         o
                                                                                                                                                                                                          UJ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   o
                                                                                                       I                                            COLL
 Ot            qJ                                                J
                                                                 f                                                                  W
                                                                                                                                                    z  lL                                m                I                                                a                      a
 I mO                                                      UJlL                                                                                                                                           o
 ZUJO                                                            z                J                                                 m               Qz                                   m                1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Cl
       UJ      I
                                                           OI                                                                                             o
                                                                                  J
       JO
        o
                                                           enO                                                                      Cl                    z9                                                                                                                      1ii
                                                           JUJ                    o                                                 0                                                                                                                                              OJ
               o                                                                                                                                    0
                                                                  0                                                                                 UJ                                   o
 a                                                                                0                                                 J               I

       5
                                                           ffiU                   o                                                 J                                                    Z
                                                           lL                     lL                                                                                                     J                                                                                         u
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   c


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   o
                                                                                                                                             OCO
                                                                                                                                             N                CO         CO
                                                                                                                                                                         O             L t t                                        oot
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    co                      mco                   U
                     o                            m                                                                                                                                    NCOt  O
                                                                                                                                    co               t
                                                                                                                                                                                          t                                    Sigj                              gj
                                                                                                                       M                                                 gJN                              gj
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  G
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  o

               L                 Ot eno
                                   o                                                     0 t           CO        en    0                                                                                                                     CO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           LOCOt                                  co
 t      t      t         t       t t t COCO                                        2     0 CO          000                                                l                               8o               a                   0000
                                                                                                                                                                                               LOLOLOLO                        LO LO LO L


                                                                                                                                     J J                                                                                                         t    J J J                        ON   co
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ClO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Ql
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Cl
      J           J
                  1J1   I        LO
                                                                                                                                                          OlJ
             0                                                                                                                        WZO                   lO         U        W                                             E
                                                                                                                                                                                                     g
                                                                                                                                                                                                     5
                        0        0                                                                                     0
                                                                                                                                          so
                                                                                                                                      WOO l n
                                                                                                                                                            0          I W
a
                  aI                                                                                   lLlL ZII                                                   1    5        J                                             QlD
                        CI            J           Q                  fa                7               OW                                                 W       Q    I   lL                  E     5 r5
             WW
             J    i              i                                                                                         c2
                        OW LLg
                                                                                                                                                                                lL    I        CO
      I
                                                                              9NCI
                                                                              6                              I                        Zw                  ZC
                                                                                                                                                          l            2
                                                                                                                                                                            0
J
                  J
             lJ1cnU          o
                                                                     Oll                   C     Z     Wt
                                                                                                         52
                                                                                                                           9
                                                                                                                           uJ         wZ
                                                                                                                                           J
                                                                                                                                           w                               enI        f
                                                                                                                                                                                      2                          I            I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              t
      1J1
                                                  ffi
                                                  ia                 t                           52
                                                                                                 J                     J0             WW
                                                                                                                                                                  LO
                                                                                                                                                                  0        Z              21
                                                                                                                                                                                          0          8     Z
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 lL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              C
Z                                             U                                        n               lLt                                           t t
                  G          i
                             5                                         t
                                                                       z                                                              wO                                   Q              t
                                                                                                                                                                                                     LU    O                  Ql
                                                  J
                                                         w                             a
                                                                                      Ua         w     OW                  Wt         Zt             Q
                                                                                                                                                          W
                                                                                                                                                                       a   t                                    9             Cl
                                                                                                                                                                  J
                             5                z   0
                                                                     0

                                                                     I                Et
                                                                                           CI    u     t    uJ
                                                                                                                                 U    ooW
                                                                                                                                        W                 E                     w     e   5ulj                  w

                                                         I
zU           tl              g                    U                  en                                                                                   0       I
                                                                                                                                                                       J
                                                                                                                                                                                Q f6        c3
             u 0                              I C  SQ
                                                  Qu Z                0 JW
                                                                              1             0
                                                                                           01
                                                                                           W lL
                                                                                                       OI
                                                                                                                           90              go                     zw            0         a
J
      U                      l                U                      Jze                               Ze                       g          w
                                                                                                                                                          I
                                                                                                                                                                           ft                        1     OlL
e
                  LL

                  I
                             C                w          o              O o                                                           o
                                                                                                                                                     O
                                                                                                                                                          O       E    2
                                                                                                                                                                                t     UOOD
                                                                                                                                                                                       Ja
                                                                                                                                                                                       u                        lL
                             LU               u   a Ct9ClCCI                                           9                                                                   t    I                w              W
      1Il
      E                                                    CI                                                                                        1 W a
                                                                                                                                                       J               W                       C a
1                 U          15                   0 9  J W                                                                            W
                                                                                                                                                                                9
                                                                                                                                                                                15
      0                                           E    000                                             lL                                                                                      Ju
                                                                                                                                                                                               frl              W
                  o          Cl               a                                                                                 lL                        00                    J
                                                                                                                                                                                W
                                                                                                                                                          w
 Cio              a                           a   J    j                                                                                                          I    W                       0
                                                                                                                                                                                               90
                                                                                                                                                                                                                lL
Wo                w                                                                                    Z                   5          o                   U

u U               0          W
                                                                              ffi                                                                                      t   U                         9
                                                                                                                                                                                                     w
                             9                                                WLU                      W                   W                                           2
                                                  I
                                                  U                                                                        W          9
                             Q                W                               ll J
                  w
                             0                I
                                                  w
                                                                              U
                                                                                 J                     U                   wLI        Z                           W

xi                a                               J
                                                                                 OJ                                             t     01                                                       OW
                  o                           I                                                                                                      o                                         Z
                                                                                                       W                        W     W
o
z                 uj                          a                                                                                 0     o
                                                                                                                                                     W
                             W                                                                                                  Z                    W
                                                  W                                                                                   o              W
W                            g                    g                                                    W
                                                                                                       t
                                                                                                                                W
                                                                                                                                U o
                                                                                                       W
                             U                                                                                                  o t
                                                                                                                                      W
                                                                                                                                      o
                  W                                                                                                                   U




                                                  g                           CDg                m8                2                  g             8                           ie8           g
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          N

                                                        ccitOC
                                                        i                                         cia McOcOo trieD
                                                                                                 NciNr
t                       iro
                          ON
                                          t
                                          co
                                                  Cl
                                                  l

                                                  q
                                                        CD       I
                                                                          f
                                                                                     0 co
                                                                                     CO
                                                                                                            O
                                                                                                            IJ1I   t     co     co
                                                                                                                                IJ1
                                                                                                                                      lO
                                                                                                                                                                  N
                                                                                                                                                                           0
                                                                                                                                                                           NN
                                                                                                                                                                                g g ro R  o
     6            0          a                                                       N                                          0
                  N          N




a                                                                                                     aa                                                 a
00000000000000000000000000000000000


Z                 J                   Z
     a                                            cj 2           Z                   J
                                                                                                      0                                      U  Cf O UU                                                   ww
ow00                    a    o                                                       J
                                                                                     20                                                    zenlDcjwa                            UU            a      a


a
     2Z00
     oo
            00    J
                                                                                     ij    8          g     t
                                                                                                                   JIl
                                                                                                                   O            Z
                                                                                                                                      t
                                                                                                                                                LUZO
                                                                                                                                                0        01
                                                                                                                                                                  OZ
                                                                                                                                                                  t
                                                                                                                                                                                Z

                                                                                                                                                                                     u
                                                                                                                                                                                          0
                                                                                                                                                                                          0
                                                                                                                                                                                              I                g      0
                                                                                           i                                                                          t         t             OOZ                     t
     I            w                                                       Z                                                                              5
                                                                                                                                                         w                                o

                                                                                                                                                ilLuzwO wlLW                                  ffiwffiffi
            a                                           I        I
            j
                              j
                              UlL
                                      o   Uz a a
                                                                          2eo
                                                                          OO
                                                                                     W     a          ffi   OtiJ         W             t
                                                                                                                                      Qu        5                          LULU
                                                                                                                                                                             W                IIIUU            00
LUO                          u
                                  t   O
                                                                          Q
                                                                                                w oo                            t   O
                                                                                                                                    t               Zu
                                                                                                                                                                                     w
                                                                                                                                                                                     I                         c
                                                                                                                                                                                                               2Ww
                                                        a        a                   U     2u                      u              JOO                                 LU   Z
     0            w
                  5          08 I U                     a        a                   w                      o            J
                                                                                                                                0 a   0
                                                                                                                                                Z        00
                                                                                                                                                                  a
                                                                                                                                                                  a   a    LU t
                                                                                                                                                                                                               a
                    jt g                                                                              C                         a
                                                                                                                                                                                     Uw
                                                                                                                                                                                                          sffi
                                                  w                                  0                      t                                            Z            I    LU
                  Jzeoa                                                                                            u
                                                                                                                   lUI
            0
                                                        00       00                  J
                                                                                     W                                                I         20U                        a            5
                                                  5     OOWeo                              log
                                                                                                en                 C                                                       C Zu       Ow
            W                         U
                                          W
                                                  U              Jt
                                                                 J
                                                                                     00    Ut               000                   ui8i
                                                                                                                                ooZ                OOz
                                                                                                                                                         w

                                                                                                                                                                           0 w                            ff
                                      u                                   i5
                                                                          II
     1
            w                W
                                                  Z
                                                  0                                  J
                                                                                     UOO
                                                                                                JO
                                                                                                z     Z     w
                                                                                                                         t                      owS2 w
                                                                                                                                                   q                       w
                                                                                                                                                                                     w
                                                                                                                                                                                                     wzOlL
                       o                                                                                                              oooo               oa
     lLen                                 3u                              lLZ   0                           00
                                                                                                                                      ON O          a                           ZW                   Oww
                             oa                                           0                                                                                                                          01 c
      O
                                          o             z zl                    t
                                                                          000 lLwen                                      05ZZW                           u        C             W
                                      I           z                                                                                                               t                  0                    t3
     UZ
                                      w                                   OO    i5z                                      gwgj                   t                               OW                        3
                       aJ                                                                                                                                                                            u
                                                                                                                         J                          aJ                                                                                  a
            w
                                      Q   o             UUO                                3          r5                 00
                                                                                                                                      u

                                                                                                                                           w        1                           WO
                                                                                                                                                                                t                    w
                                      0   Z                                                                                           i                                              lL
     w
                       t
                                          o
                                                        OOZ                                zoo                                             u        1 00
                                                                                                                                                                                Zw                   j                                  U
                                                                                                z                                                   Z
                                                                                                                                      u                                              W               W
                                                                                           w
                                                        00                                                                                                                                                                              D
                                          I
            0
                                          U                                                                                           0                                                                                                 Ol
            0                                                                                                                              o
                                          01                                                                                                                                         W
            I
                                                        ZZ
                                                                                                                                                    t                                o
                                                                                                W                                       w
                                                        WW                                                                                                                           W
     UO                                                                                         en                                    t t                                                                                               Q
                                                                                                                                      w                                              t
                                                        Zz                                                                              t                                            Z
                                                                                                                                        en
            lL                                                                                                                                                                                                                          0
     lL                                                 enw

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        o
                                                                                                      m

                                      M
                                                                                                                                R                   re        R            8                                                            J
                                                                                                                                                         m
                                                        oMre                                                                                                               M                  m
                                                                                                                                                                                                          NM
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        U
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        o

                                                        N                                       re          reregM                                  MM
                                                                                                                                                              I                        NM
                                                                                                                                                                                     COmO                                               CD
                             HH                                                                                                                                                 U U           U j              1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ON
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Q
5gc3                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Cl
m        E2                                                                                                                                     J      t                   0
                                                                                                                                                                           1                           IDID OO t
                                                                                                                                                                                                       I                  w     ID

    OO W
                                                 C
                                                 o
                                                           1D   IDIDWIDI O                                            lDo                  IDW
                                                                                                                                                       0                 IDC OOWt a oO                                                       E    a
                                                      oC eOI                                                          EOzw
                                                                                                                      OZWwe
O                                                                                                                                                                               ia   u                                                       Q
E
                                                 a         J                       5
                                                                                tgzE2 M
                                                                                   W
                                                                                                                                           ig
                                                                                                                                           0           O                             Jm
                                                                                                                                                                                      J            o             O
                                                 C                              o
                                                                                J       0                                          I
                                                                                                                                   J 0 0               001
                                                 U         U    r                 J                              r                 o o t                       W                                  Jr O
                                                                                                                                                                                                   o                            uaJ
                                                                                                                                                                           a
    roU                                          o
                                                                                     ZOo                                                               OW
0   00                                                          O
                                                                          W
                                                                              I       oaJW                                          UlW
                                                                                                                                           O
                                                                                                                                           J
                                                                                                                                                        I                t w                                ZZffi                            I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             J
    0
                                                 o                                                       Ul                        CUla                                      cO
                                                                                                                                                                             o                                            I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          OOOW C
                                                           ooCl                 OUlUl a
                                                                                                                 r                         o    Lrl            OJ                                                                            C
Z        Z
                                                           C               O
                                                                          Ula J tZ
                                                                                   C
                                                                                       W
                                                                                       I                                           Z       O           OW
                                                                                                                                                        0
                                                                                                                                                                         C@t                                                    Z
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                i            Q
                                                                                CO
                                                                                                                                                                           o glSoo
C3Biil                                                O   t
                                                        W
                                                        J W                 I
                                                                                       JZ
                                                                                       C1
                                                                                g a ii WI                                          t
                                                                                                                                           I
                                                                                                                                                       Jo                  I t                    Wo
                                                                                                                                                                                                            C                   J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Cl
                                                      OOU                                                                                               z                  ooW                                                  tti          C
     c
                                                                          ooWWWOW W  C                                             0
                                                                                                                                                                                                        W

                                                      C                       tu                    J                                                                                 j                 2        C
    Jm
         00
                                                           ZaJ
                                                           Z O                uZ                                                   t                   ffili                          0

    C                                                                                               OWC                                                        Ji                     aJO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                i
                                                      5                       z
                                                                              J
                                                                              w                                                                                                                                  00
                                                                                                    C1ZCl                                                                                         Z
                                                           ca                     o                                                                    O                              l                                         i
    E                                                                                               ZW
                                                                WW aJ                                                                                                                 Wo
                                                      a    2u                                       Oz                                                         W
                                                                                                                                                                                      0
                                                                                                                                                               l                      1 0
                                                      a         W         a 2                       aJO                                                                                                          00
    c                                                                                                                                                                                   z
    o                                                 W         a             J
                                                                              W                     tii                                                                                                          a
                                                                          0 5                                                                                                         zOJ
    is                                                tu                      0
                                                                                                    zg                                                         u
                                                                                                                                                                                      i           tb
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 J


                                                      E
    C                                                                                               wI   rra                                                   o
    u
                                                                                                         Z
                                                                                                         o                                                     u                                                 z
                                                                                                         o                                                     J


                                                                                                                                                                   Z




                                                            OOr                                                         NNMCO                              MO
                                                                   OID                                                 MMOOID
                                                                                                                            r                               N                 C                   f5                 g
                                             16 5     q r
                                                            OOr
                                                                ID
                                                                                     M
                                                                                            iOONa
                                                                                            IDMa
                                                                                                         cocia
                                                                                                         i
                                                                                                                              i
                                                                                                                                   Ma
                                                                                                                                   icriM                   O
                                             0 0

                                             oE                           OOID                      OID                CO          MOOr                    lD
                                                                                                                                                            N
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Nm         N
                                                            N               ID                      OIDO

                                                      N                                                  N
                                                                          N




                                                                          IDIDIDI                                                  IDIDIDIDIDIDIDIDI 1D1
                                                                                                                                     IC ID      1l   C                                            1C
                                                                                                                                                                                                  01         1 1 1 1l
                                                                                                                                                                                                               C C

                                                      000000000000000                                                                      00
                                                 j
                                                 U1   000000000000000                                                                      00                            888888888
                                             1   0                                                                                         NN

                                             o                            SHi               SHi5                        SHi                                iOiO
                                                      ao05aoao05ao05ao05050505ao05CX5                                                                      iOiO          CX30505CX505ao05aolX5


                                                                                                                                                                                                                     J
                                             o
                                                       W                             ooUW
                                                                                     Joo                                           I
                                                                                                                                   JWooW               J   W             0                a        z         C                           u
                                             0
                                             C
                                                                    o                       w            a                    2a
                                                                                                                               g                           a       ID                              o         z             re
                                                 m          C                               clwW
                                                                                            OOO                        WWz
                                                                                                                       I Wo                                        ii    l
                                                                                                                                                                         C                t                          50 0
                                                 o     O            CZl
                                                                    glS              o                               OWo
                                                                                                                                                 a                            out                       w               C
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Oo
                                                                                                                                                                                                    I Wc
                                                                                                                     w                                     o                                              o
                                                       wC zo                         o               o
                                                                                                            Jb                                                                U
                                                 c                                                   wFomw dO
                                                                                                         I  OWI                                              R                l           l        wOmZUO
                                                                                                                                                                                                         ut
                                                 E
                                                       I            Ou                      aJUZXI I                                        OW
                                                                                                                                                 J
                                                                                                                                                 aJ          O                                        J
                                                                                                                                                                                                   wzoo
                                                                          JO                                                                                                                       aJoo
                                                            U                                   W
                                                                          a                          a OI
                                                                                                                              O                            IDO
                                                                                                                                                             aJ          O
                                                                                                                                                                              W
                                                 z          Z                        Z                                        O                        WZoo                                        00
                                                       a
                                                       I            co
                                                                                            Jffijl                            JI Cwl                    CO


                                                                                               O
                                                       Z
                                                                                     zw
                                                                                     JW              I                        Moo                                  J

                                                                                                                                                                         uo
                                                                                                                                                                                                        J
                                                                                                                                                                                                        OO                 0

                                                       Rffi               OZN                                                 OZ
                                                                                                                              ID            zoo                    CI
                                                                                                                         U                                                    WWCOU                                              woo                   a
                                                                            uor
                                                                              o                          u                                                         z                                                 x
                                                       oo                 z     r
                                                                                     NglS
                                                                                                                         w
                                                                                                                                                 5                        u
                                                                                                                                                                                 co5
                                                                                                                                                                               Owa        u             W
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 W

                                                                          o
                                                                               J
                                                                                                         oo           d
                                                                                                                     00
                                                                                                                                            COO
                                                                                                                                            N
                                                                                                                                            OZ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           WO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  oo
                                                                                                                                                                   Z                                                 r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       a
                                                            Wr
                                                                               g                                         re
                                                                                                                         co
                                                                                                                                    MU8                                                       Z         b            M
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       C
                                                                                             aJ                                                                                                         Z
                                                                                                                                                  IC


                                                                          og                 ID                                                                    ffi                                                            x                    a
                                                                                                                                                                                              0                                   W
                                                                          oo                                                                                                                            0                                              Ql
                                                                                             N                                                                                    0                                               I
                                                                          aw
                                                                                                                                                                   W      WOZ                           W
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  00
                                                       M                       I
                                                                               W
                                                                                                                                                                                  lDffi                 W                                              13
                                                                               u                                                                                   u      W                             M                         0
                                                                               Cii                                                                                 IC
                                                                                                                                                                                                        co
                                                                                                                                                                                                        ID                                             o
                                                                               M                                                                                          U                   r
                                                                               m                                                                                   t                          M
                                                                                                                                                                                                        N                                              U
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  lD
                                                                          M
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     0
                                                                               o

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       3
                                                       r                                                                                                   NM                     I                CPr       COO
                                                                                                                                                                                                             JO                      N

               oO ijEU
               5                                 li                            Ln                       1 t8tglO                                  C                0
               1   5 Q
                            i
                                Q   I
                                             g              1                    C
                                                                     11D1D1D1l 1 1 11 01l
                                                                                    01                                                      C
                                                                                                                                            11                            C
                                                                                                                                                                          1       18181818                               lOlOlO
                                     in
               Q U
                                    Oo           0
              Uo
               m       J1
                        Q               05       U                                                                                                                                                                                                     co I
                       il               0                                                                                                                                                                                                              ON
                       is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 COO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 tGl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Cl
  D             C                   WU
  D
                              J                           UJO                                    lJlOl
                                                                                                  OlOWIO              lO           Ll
                                                                                                                                   l
                                                                                                                                                              OOIO        W
                                                                                                                                                                          JZlO                     f    l
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Lt            l           il il il
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Z                                                                                                l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ll
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       g          th                                       m
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 E
                              9                Q                              c3                                S2                       O
                                                                                                                                         EI                   ZLLOOOl e                                                           0000                                                                                     ee              Ill
                a             Ot O  tl                         J
                                                               5              J
                                                                              E                            J
                                                                                                           Z
                                                                                                                      j
                                                                                                                                                  zw
                                                                                                                                                              i O   WlO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            J

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      9UJ                     J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              w
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           il 1J    0      0          GIll
                              jjl WOO
                                  o                            a Jw
                                                               J                        I
                                                                                                 U
                                                                                                           Jz
                                                                                                           o
                                                                                                                i
                                                                                                                          I

                                                                                                                                   c
                                                                                                                                                  o
                                                                                                                                                       JtiJ
                                                                                                                                                       E
                                                                                                                                                                          2oS    w
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  w
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     0              o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      lJ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ON
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            lzl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Jr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    I
  o             U    f3             CI                c
                                                      J                 t                        rO             U                       u
                                                                                                                                                  I           o
                                                                                                                                                                    U     zQ   ll
                                                                                                                                                                                                        o             0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        0            0                      enenC           o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           00                    l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ll
  o
                a             LL                               LUZOO
                                                               J             f
                                                                             J
                                                                                                                WZ                U               Jll         CI          OXCI aJ
                                                                                                                                                                                                        a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  UJ                 en
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     J              d                                         i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              OOci        Oo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           m
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 C
                LUO                 DUJirZ                                         S             Q                    CU          D                    2
                                                                                                                                                       E            lLP
                                                                                                                                                                    li           WWI                    U             I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        O            UJ                                     1jC                           O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              en
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Ww
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           0     c
                t O           olL c                   e        cc9 I               a                       JwLL                   Zw                                             l
                                                                                                                                                                                 Utr               c                  enZOoo                                        M
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  IJ             enUJ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               zUJ                               GI
                     Ca            U
                                   9                         cn                                               O
                                                                                                             Ia                                                                                                                                                 OlUJ
                                                                                                 f                                Jcc                  oJ                        d
                                                                                                                                                                                 J                 QD                  5 LL                                                                                        J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              OWO JW                       0     Cl
                50                                                     jO                        JOOI
                                                      J1O
                                                      JW                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              cogo
                                    I
                                                                                                                                  0 2                         UoD                                                     o                 o o en
                LUW                      JO
                                                             j               a f
                                                                               lOIOI                                              i w                  o
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Ja
                                                                                                                                                                                                   J

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  oO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   JUJI                         l                     ffiO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      en
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    0
                                                                                                                                                                                 woLUO
                                                                                                                                                                                 7UI                                                                                                                    enOwo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       G30 0                        Illw
                    t
                                         @ZS OZ                                                             uQ
                                                                                                           WZ                     0 2                       Do                   Q        I LL
                                                                                                                                                                                                        J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      LLOenen
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        LL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Oo                                        O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           m
                    i1j                  Za
                                                      s                            al
                                                                                   JO                                 Na          1     1                   U                    j                 i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            JI        I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  oo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       UJ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       JozQ             en
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           w
                S   I                        tW                              3
                                                                             Jm                            t
                                                                                                                      Wo
                                                                                                                      t
                                                                                                                                        o             N                          00                3 9                 ffi                                                  enuw
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Z                          zt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     wLLm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           o
                                             OW                              co                                                                                                                                       Jo
               u
                                         l
                                         J                                                                            w                 z
                                                                                                                                                      S
                                                                                                                                                                          0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      1                              10                          O o Zr                                       W            w
                    00             0         I        a                                                               0                                                                                 i                                   JUJ                             I I     W0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    J                  Z             J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     UJ
               CI                            OU
                                                                                   al w

                                                                                                 lr
                                                                                                 E                                00                                 5
                                                                                                                                                                   CCC           C                      0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      0           9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  J                                         I Ol                  JWO                LL       0            z
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           o
                    Uj                       OS                        J
                                                                                   WI                                 W                 Q             ffi                                               0             500                            3                           wzUJenUJ                                     5            I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           C
                    CI                                o                            0         1                        E           0 1                 I            DU                                   en            c                                                     UJLcl   O   9                                     0
               Jw                                     0                                      t                                      we                                    z                                                                                                 I                     OZ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  J
                C                                                                                                     0           enO                                                                   9                         C9                 w
                                             n                         ru                                             a                               S                   a                             f
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            1i                                             w
                    u                                                  j                     5                        D           z
                                                                                                                                                                   wi                                   J                                                                   00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            UJ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           JO                                              o
                    o                        LULL                      0                                                                E
                                                                                                                                        2                          O t                                  E
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            0        genD
                                                                                                                                  0                                                                                                                                                  OzUJ
                    J                        Xo                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     C


                                                      Z                I                                                                                                                                                                             0
                    moO
                    o                                                                                                                   iO                                                                                                                                                 o
                    z                                                  W                                                                                                                                                                                                                   15
                    o                                 oct              III                                                              iij                                                                                                                                                w
                                                                                                                                        0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 z

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 m
                                                     w




                                   g                                   2j                                       U1                                                                                 OOOOOOlOt
 D
                                                     g                                                                                  O
                                                                                                                                             00
                                                                                                                                        0 00 1                            N
                                                                                                                                                                                         r
                                                                                                                                                                                         lO
                                                                                                                                                                                                    O il C 00 r
                                                                                                                                                                                                       lO
                                                                                                                                                                                                         l

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 f
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            1J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 0   J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     O 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 01J 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  lr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   C
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   l1J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       01J                 D
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           N

                          M                  iari
                                             Lriar                     c           O
                                                                                   cri                     C
                                                                                                           l
                                                                                                                     cD                 CO                         lO                                                         a                                                                     a                      N
                                                                                                                                              Oo
                                                                                                                                              i                                          to                       r           r           lr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       il C                                                uicicici Mo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   rC
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    i
                    N                                tM                      N                                  NO                            O
                                                                                                                                              lN                                              tl                              C
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              l             O    il                               0              M
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 J            N
                          I                  N                               N                                       N                                                                                                                                                           OOl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       lC
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       C         l                      l                  O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           OOl
                                                                                                                                              c       i
                                                                                                                                                      it                                                                               r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       o    cON                                  oN              N




               1J   1J    1J       1J il 1J          1J     1J         1J    1J    1J       1J 1J              1J    1J       U       IJ      U       IJ    IJ     IJ     IJ U           IJ   IJ       IJ         IJ          IJ IJ         IJ   O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 F             01J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            tl 1                     1J    1J
0                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                1J           il 1J 1J 1J
0
               000000000000000                                                                                                00000000000                                                                         00000                                     000000                                            0000                 00
               000000000000000                                                                                                00000000000                                                                         00000                                     000000                                            0000                 00
                  f   ff f f f                                                                                                f               lC
                                                                                                                                              JC            lJC         lC               lC            lJ
               1J   tl IJ          IJ IJ     IJ      OIJ
                                                     F                 il 1J       1J 1J               1J      1J    1J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    f f                          f                        f   f    NN

                                                                                                                                              QQ                        Q Q                            Q          il 1J                1J   1J   1J         1J                   101J 1J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   il            1J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Q                ii
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ii
               05 CO 05 CO 05 CO coco 00lX500 coco coco                                                                       l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  00 0000 co 05                                                                                               Q
                                                                                                                                      l00             00    0000 co       00             co   00       CO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           000000000000                                       coco co         00   00 CO

O     M             o                                         oooen
                                                              COu
                               O                            z I                 ZOLLoog                                                       ooZOOOI Z                                                      O wowO                              o c                             u uen                    co
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          UJ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          zenz3
      WF
      O
      JtO
                          zo
                          r             o
                                                            O                ZZZZoO   r                                                       wenz                                       tr                  JWW
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            JjI                                            OlZZZ O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             o       enweno
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       oO il
                                                                                                                              JtII l
o              l
               C
                                        JU
                                        OO

                                             wO
                                                                   L5                                                                                                   0                0          ool                                90
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       J                   C
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           l                               enz     enUJt OOO
I
           I                   UJ
                                                                   0                         0
                                                                                            JZ                 IJ
                                                                                                                     D        ol
                                                                                                                                      o
                                                                                                                                                                  g
                                                                                                                                                                  JEo
                                                                                                                                                                  l                                          ooo
                                                                                                                                                                                                             9U
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Jten
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       g
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       9O                                                  I J O                                   o
                                                            9OO
                                                            UJW                                                                              0              I           uo                                                                  9o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            o                       OlO                    Zo                     ZWLLU                    0


3                                                                                                                                                                             g                                                                  a                                 i
           5                                                UJg                   6gm                 O
                                                                                                                                      I            ffi            O     u                                                 O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            g                                                    I                o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  r   Q                    g
                          tu                         LL


w
           t
                          zw               W                coLL
                                                                   l

                                                                                  w
                                                                                                               o
                                                                                                                     o
                                                                                                                     en       Jo                            GC
                                                                                                                                                            l                    Jffir
                                                                                                                                                                                     o                                                 o         o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Z         b                              wo     m        M
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              o      I
                                                                                                                                      JI                                      enooo                                       r            z                                           l0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    0                                                0
W          l              w                o                o
                                                            r
                                                                                  e                   UJ
                                                                                                      ozen                    enwo                                o
                                                                                                                                                                  r     o            o
                                                                                                                                                                                     r
                                                                                                                                                                                                    o
                                                                                                                                                                                                    J             6M
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   wClW          W
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  MUI              0 0
                                                                                                                                                                        o              C
                                                                                                                                                                                       lZW
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              0                              1ii
0                         u                          Ol
                                                                                                                                             Jre
                                                                                                                                             I                          LL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    O                            UJO                          w
0                         en                                                                                                    eno                                                           M
                                                                                            w
0                         0    0l          IJ                                               en                                    0                                           M                                                        30 w                w                 en                  t                    Ow
                                                                                                               0 u                                                                                                                                                           ULL JUJ                                  000          00                         III
w                         UJ                                                                J                                 u   o                                     U
                                                                                                                                                                                              wen
                                                                                                                                                                                                UJO
                                                                                                                                                                                                              00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       uoZI                                  UJ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             9
                               C
                               l
                                                                                                                                                                                                              00
                                                                                                                                                                                                              r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   OOO                                        O    0                         a

ffi        W              LL
                                                                                            a
                                                                                                               G                                                                                                                                                                   B                                                                          Cl

                                                                                            Ol                       3                                                  UJ                                                             W                                                         W                            0
                                                                                                               IW                                                                                                                                                                  o
                                                                                                                                                                        J                                                              OOooZ                        @                     o                           M
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   I
en                                                                                                                            en                                        9
J                                                                                                                                                                                             o                                             or                      LLO                          J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 l                                     o
           0                                                                                                         o        0              J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    U              J                                               0
9                                                                                                                    w                       UJ                         w                     U     0                                                                              lC
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   0lC           J
0                                                                                                                             0                                         J                                                                                                                                                              r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    o                                                                                        0
                                                                                                                              I

                                                                                                                                                                        g                                                                                                                                                          C
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    0                                                                                      o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 J                                               co                                                        U
                                                                                                                              l
                                                                                                                              C


           N                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     M
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           U
           1                                              oo                g           2                      O
                                                                                                               1                             OlO                          or
                                                                                                                                                                        JMvil
                                                                                                                                                                           lOl                                  0C lM   v                                 IOCOr                    COOlO                                               D
             1J 1J 1J 1J 1J tl 1J                            01J
                                                          1J 1                    U     IOIJ                   OI
                                                                                                               FO
                                                                                                                              COOlOlO OlOlOlOlOlOlO
                                                                                                                              1J    1
                                                                                                                                    01             01J
                                                                                                                                                     1
                                                                                                                                                     01                 01
                                                                                                                                                                        01J         tl 1 O
                                                                                                                                                                                       01
                                                                                                                                                                                                              00000
                                                                                                                                                                                                              coco coco co                                co
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 00000                                                     52
           r ooooo
                r  r  r  r                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          co       0 coco              co      co           CO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      C       0        D
                vvvvvvvvvv                                                                                                           vvvvvvv
                                                                                                                                     ltv     lt                                                               vvvvv                                       vvvvvv                                         vvvv
           vvvvvvvvvvvvvvv                                                                                                    vvvVvvvvvvv                                                                     vvvvv                                       vvvvvv
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         vvvv

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ON
                                                                                                                                         l
                                                                                                                                         QCl
                                                                                                                                         al
                                                                                                                                         Cl

      cnl Lnl                        Ltl   t I        IO                  ll ll
                                                                          00
                                                                                               Jll
                                                                                               OO     U
                                                                                                     00
                                                                                                                      U             E
      JW
      w
                             2
                             OUOZ
                             O
                             JWI     JI
                                             JUJ
                                               Q
                                                      O
                                                      WI                  Jz           a
                                                                                          0
                                                                                         I C z
                                                                                                                      WO
                                                                                                                          z         alD
ooo                 2
                                           5a                                  J
                                                                                       za z l
                                                                                     owLU
                                                                                           l
                                                                                              7
                                                                                                                      i
              a
              a w O
                    iDCI
                    I                            aJO
                                                 a 0
                                                      O
                                                                                     1
                                                                                     Ja        a uJcn
c                                          i
                                           OO                                  o
                                                                                                   W                      N
                                                                                                                                    1J
      ll
      a           O
                  J
                    a W
                                                 I Q                                 Or
                                                                                     CDZ
                                                                                                                      00
tl                                                                                      CI           cU
                                                                                                     U                D             c
      u
o                   z5
                    l
                      l
                   WOWO
                                           U
                                           Jwa
                                                      OW
                                                      2
                                                                               u     CI        iEt          5             0
                                                                                                                          o
                                                                                                                                    al
                                                                                                                                    Cl
lZ
a             2WZWLL                       o
                                                 C
                                                      O                   NF                   l            ffi           U

20wcnZOOI tJU                                                               ffizoa                   a cn                 I         c
      l
 w
    1   SUID                                                                     tii
   JZ
EI
 a a
        Otl w
                                           U
                                                 t
                                                      tC
                                                                              coo5w       Z
                                                                          U
UQW
                    O  Ja                  W
Za C               2u                w                w                        zi1i                                       z
                                                                                     u                                    W
5                                    g                                         lEo
                                                                                                     cnI
                                                                                                      u
                                     01Il             D
Q             z                                                                U                     Wz
                       I                                                                                                  W
      I
                       ell
                                                                                                            z
                                                                                                            5             a
o                                    l                                                                                    o
              a        2
                       0                                                                                                  u
e
                       III


O
i             f@
              5
jjj           I


              J




l
L                  QCO                           OvClOvll
                                                  CO  l
                                                      NC                                  NCOCOO                       H
r             tI
              O               tNvN
                              Oo                                          qt
                                                                          i               C f               cil           0
              aici ioN
              Cio                             iC
                                             ra i
I                   OO
                   NMI                                1                        fri                   j
                                                                                                     o
                    OCO
                   COr                                tv                       LO         l3   N            0         1
                       t
                       fI                        as                            0                                               on
                                                                                                                               N




                          lt IOI OIlll
                        LOIOLOLOI                                         1 lt U          IJ   IJ    IOll

0000000000                                                                0000000                                     00
    0000000000                                                            0000000                                     00
                                                                          NNNNNNN                                     NN

              SH SniniHiH H                                               Y
                                                                          iY    ii niOitilC5                          iOiO
                                                       sCi5co co Ci3a50
                                                      al                  03 05 05 co co co co                        iXiCii


    Cl             ZO                    O     lJlu a U oua
                                                          ouz
    cnQZZ                                    UOo
                                              ZZUWWZOZWZZZO                                                                    I
                                                                                                                  Q
                                                                                          a                       I
                                                      2                        U
        a
      ZIa
        W      oO                                     O                        O
                                                                                                cn
                                                                                                W
                                                                                                             u            a
    ZOO                                  J
                                                      U
                                                                                                                          O
           OOW
         rU5Um
               Wb                                                         ZW
                                                                               OO
                                                                                                                  O   w
         W              Z
                                             U                                            WIOU
                                         M            W                   OO                                              O
                                                                                                                          U
                   Z            OOU                                                                   OO          O
         UZ                    ONZW Z                                     U               OOZ                     OrX
                                                                                                                    O
          O                                                                                                  0
                                                 00                       0Z
          O        D
                        O
                                                                            O             OOO
                               2                 OZ                                                   o                   W                    Q
    mO
                                                                                                             W        NX                       o
         oo             m                                                                       Z
         ZWOO                                O
                                                 NZ                            0                w            U
          Z                                                                                                                                    a
                        OO                   OOm
                   w5                        Ow                            rM                   o

                                                 ow
               o
         oO             z                               w                                 00                                                   Qi
                                                                                                                                               Q
         ZO
           C
           S2                                              00              0
                        u
                                                                           0              0
         uS2            o
                                                           W
         00                                                                W              z                                                    3
                   O                                       j
                        u                                  00                                                                                  o
                                                                           W              0
                                                                                                                                               U
               MO
                   lBo                                     0               I              M


                         co

                                                                           0                                                                   U
                                                                                                                                               II
         COC                                                                                                                                   o
                     O NM    CO                                             COC O N
                   NNNNNNN                                                 NNNMMMM
    mm             m   co comco                                            mcom m   co                                    H                    CD

                                                                                                                                               com
                                                                                                                                               ON
                                  PISMO BEACH COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT




 SUBJECTITITLE
 NOTICE OF COMPLETION FOR THE REPAIR OF THE PIER AVENUE STAIRWAY
 BEACH ACCESS PROJECT


 RECOMMENDATION
 By   motion    authorize the      City Manager    to approve and record the Notice of
                                                                                                  Completion
for the    repair   of the Pier Avenue      Stairway   Beach Access    project
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The final    repair of the   Pier Avenue      Stairway   Beach Access    Project       has been    completed
in    accordance with        the    plans                     and
                                             specifications         contract   documents
                                                                           It is now
appropriate   to approve and record the Notice of Completion which releases the
contractor s Anderson Burton Construction Inc final 10
                                                         payment retention if no liens
are filed within the required 35
                                 day noticing period and             begins
                                                            a 12 month maintenance

period    for the contractor


FISCAL IMPACT
The total  budget for the project was 134 287 which included a grant of 50 000 from
The    Coastal Conservancy      This total budget included design construction
                                                                               special
inspections    City staff performed standard construction inspections     and materials
testing      Theoriginal Anderson Burton contract amount for construction plus change
orders for additional repairs and hidden
                                         damage on the stairway totaled 113 999 The
costs for
          engineering special inspections and miscellaneous testing totaled 19 364 for
a total project cost of  133 363 within the allocated budget amount City staff will take
over any required maintenance and repair of the
                                                     stairway when the contractor s 12
month maintenance period expires


OPTIONS
Since the Contractor has completed his contractual                               the
                                                                obligations            only   realistic   option
is to approve the Notice of Completion


ATTACHMENTS
Notice of    Completion



Prepared by          Brian Duncan Associate Civil Engineer
                                                                   Meeting Date                   August      16 2005
Approved by          Dennis Delzeit City Engineer Director of Public Works




City Manager Approval                              f
                                                   4
                                                                                        Agenda      Item 4 E

                                                                                                      Page    1

08 16 05   City Council Meeting    Packet
30
RECORDING REQUESTED BY
WHEN RECORDED RETURN TO


CITY CLERK
CITY OF PISMO BEACH
760 MATTIE ROAD
PISMO BEACH CA 93449


                                                                                         NO
TRANSFERORS


                          NOTICE OF COMPLETION AND ACCEPTANCE
                       FOR THE REPAIR OF THE PIER AVENUE STAIRWAY



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN                      by   the   City   of Pismo Beach in the      County   of San Luis

Obispo      State of California       as   follows


1          That   on    the   16th   August 2005 the project hereunder described was
                                      of
           considered     completed and accepted by the City Council of the City of Pismo
           Beach


2          That the description of said            project is the repair       of the Pier Avenue    Stairway
           Beach Access Project for the            City of Pismo Beach

3          That the    name    of the      political   subdivision      controlling said project is the City of
           Pismo Beach    in the           County      of San Luis       Obispo State of California whose
           address is 760 Mattie Road             Pismo Beach CA 93449


4          That the    name   of the contractor         on    said    is Anderson Burton Construction
                                                                     project
           Inc 1131 EI Camino Real            Arroyo     Grande California 93420


5          The    name   of the Surety on the project is International Fidelity Insurance

           Company       1575 Treat Blvd Suite 208 Walnut Creek CA 94596




Date


                                                                     Kevin Rice   City Manager
Attest




    Lori   Grigsby CMC City Clerk




                                                                                            Agenda   Item 4 E
                                                                                                       Page   2


08 16 05 City Council     Meeting    Packet
31
                                                      JURA T

 State of California


 County      of




 Subscribed and           sworn to      or   affirmed before   me on



this                           day    of                                      20


by         Kevin Rice Citv Manager


Personally         known     to me or        proved to me on the basis of satisfactory
Evidence          to   be the person       s   who appeared before me




 seal                                           Signature
                                                             Lori   Grigsby   CMC   City Clerk




                                                                                    Agenda   Item 4 E

                                                                                                 Page   3

08 16 05   City   Council   Meeting   Packet
32
                                        PISMO BEACH COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT




SUBJECT TITLE
AUTHORIZATION FOR THE CITY MANAGER TO ENTER        INTO PROFESSIONAL
SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH AGP VIDEO INC FOR VIDEO PRODUCTION SERVICES


RECOMMENDATION

By   motion      authorize the    City Manager         to enter into   a   contract with AGP Video for Professional
services for video          production

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The current contract with AGP VIDEO                        INC    expired   on   June 30 2005 and AGP Video has
                                                           video services for Council                              continual
been     providing       in house      production of                                          meetings    on   a

basis


City Attorney         David Fleishman AGP Video                  Inc and   City staff   have reviewed the contract          All

parties    are   in   agreement with         the contract   as   written


There     are a       few   changes in the current contract that would reflect the in house                       production
system changes              Those changes are as follows


     1    AGP Video           Inc shall      provide   a   minimum of two        qualified personnel     at each    meeting
          instead of the 3         attending currently

     2    The City will pay AGP Video Inc   460 00 per meeting up to 2 hours in length The City
          Council meetings average approximately 2 hours instead of the 4 hours in the last

          agreement This will cut the cost by 290 per meeting if no overtime occurs

                                      that extend                 the two hours in                     overtime    charge    of
     3    For the        meetings                      beyond                            length   an

            110 per hour will be          paid   billed in 15 minute increments rounded up


     4    The channel         management         cost per month will increase           by   50   from   450 to     500 per
          month



FISCAL IMPACT
The               pays AGP Video Inc approximately      30 000 per year for their services
         City currently
The                  will cost the City approximately 17 000 per year   The average City
          agreement
         new

Council meeting cost is estimated at 11 040 per year and the Channel management cost is
estimated at 6 000 per year


OPTIONS
     1           Approve     the contract with AGP Video Inc
     2           Deny the     approval of contract and direct staff
                                                                                                         Agenda    Item     4 F

                                                                                                                     Page     1


     08 16 05     City   Council   Meeting   Packet
     33
AIT ACHMENTS
   1       Agreement for         Services




Prepared by               Lori   Grigsby City   Clerk   Meeting   Date   August   16 2005




City Manager Approval               kJf           CJk




                                                                         Agenda   Item 4 F

                                                                                   Page   2

  08 16 05 City Council   Meeting   Packet
  34
                           PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT
                    BETWEEN THE CITY OF PISMO BEACH AND AGP VIDEO INC




This         is made upon the date of execution as set forth below by and between the
       Agreement
CITY OF PISMO BEACH a municipal corporation THE       CITY     AND AGP VIDEO INC
 AGP VIDEO INC     a California corporation The parties hereto in consideration of the
mutual covenants contained herein             hereby     agree to the     following   terms and conditions


1 0       GENERAL PROVISIONS


          1 01      TERMS      This                 will become effective on         August     2 2005 and terminate
                                      Agreement
on    June 30 2006


          1 02             CONTRACT COORDINATION


                    a      CITY       The   City Manager shall be the representative of CITY for all
purposes under this Agreement      The City Manager or his her designated                                representative
hereby is designated as the Contract Manager for the CITY     He she shall                                supervise the
progress and execution of this Agreement


                    b      AGP VIDEO          INC     AGP VIDEO               INC shall    assign    a   single   Contract

Manager to have overall responsibility for the progress and execution of this Agreement for
AGP VIDEO INC     Steve Mathieu is hereby designated as the Contract Manager for AGP
VIDEO         INC       Should circumstances        or   conditions      subsequent        to   the execution      of this

Agreement require a substitute Contract Manager for any                            reason       the Contract      Manager
designee shall be subject to the prior written acceptance and                      approval     of the CITY   s   Contract

Manager

          2 0              SCOPE OF SERVICES


         AGP VIDEO INC agrees to             perform     or   provide   the   following   services


          a         Gavel to gavel     video production and cablecast services for all regular City
Council       meetings utilizing a     minimum three camera production system predominantly using
four    cameras



          b         AGP VIDEO INC shall        supply personnel           to   perform    the services set forth in this

Agreement

          c         AGP VIDEO         INC shall     provide     a   minimum of two          qualified personnel      each

meeting




                                                                                                     Agenda       Item   4 F

                                                                                                                   Page 3

       08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
       35
             d          AGP VIDEO INC shall be       responsible for all set up teardown and connection of
equipment         and    wiring   for the video and audio elements of the video production


          e             Each   cablecast   meeting         will open with a title                 that    will   include
                                                                                        segment                             a
character        generated     identification of the       meeting and the date

        f     All reasonable efforts on the part of AGP VIDEO INC shall be made to cablecast
live from the City Hall Chambers on Pismo Beach Channel 20
                                                                Meetings shall be replayed at
times specified by the CITY


      g             AGP VIDEO           INC        shall   provide   a    master tapelDVD of each meeting                for
cablecast                copy for the CITY         records and
                 one                           s                 one     copy to the South County Library

          h    Upon request AGP VIDEO INC shall provide technical assistance to CITY staff
with regard        to
                operation of the channel insertion and playback equipment AGP VIDEO INC
shall provide channel management and operations for Pismo Beach Cable Channel 20 This
shall include the programming of
                                     meeting tapes for replay the scheduling of other tapes
provided by   the CITY providing technical assistance to CITY staff as
                                                                          necessary on the
community calendar and tape insertion process and serving on call 24 hours a day 7 days a
week for problems and emergencies


          i         AGP VIDEO INC shall
                                      serve as the liaison with the cable
                                                                            operator concerning
operation        of the channel
                         including upgrades and maintenance AGP VIDEO INC will facilitate
identifying any equipment that needs to be repaired and the delivery of that equipment to a
certified repair company   Cost of repairs shall be the responsibility of the cable
                                                                                    operator or
CITY


      j     The CITY has the right to request additional services from AGP VIDEO INC
which may include but are not limited to in house
                                                  system design build operation maintenance
and management video production of other
                                                              meetings special
                                                              events and informational videos
Compensation for any additional                services will be      negotiated   and   agreed           by   both
                                                                                                 upon                parties
on a case by case basis




3 0              COMPENSATION

          In consideration for the services to be                            CITY agrees to pay AGP VIDEO INC
                                                               performed
the   following

         a          Four hundred      sixty   dollars      460 00 per     meeting   up to 2 hours in    length
         b          For any meeting that extends beyond                  two hours in length an overtime charge of
                    one hundred and ten dollars    110                   per hour will be paid billed in 15 minute
                    increments rounded up


         c       Five hundred dollars per month for channel
                                                                          management

                                                                                                  Agenda         Item 4 F

                                                                                                                     Page   4

      08 16 05   City   Council Meeting Packet
      36
          d    Forty   five    dollars       per hour for additional technical and engineering
                                           45 00

               consulting services provided by AGP VIDEO INC outside the scope of services set
               forth in this Agreement as requested by CITY


4 0       RESPONSIBILITIES OF AGP VIDEO INC


          4 01    WORKERS              COMPENSATION AND OTHER                    EMPLOYEE        BENEFITS    CITY

and AGP VIDEO INC intend and agree that AGP VIDEO INC is an independent contractor
and that the personnel provided by AGP VIDEO INC have no right to workers compensation
and other employee benefits from the CITY AGP VIDEO INC agrees to have the personnel
agency          workers compensation and other employee benefits for AGP VIDEO INC s
              provide
leased        employees agents as specified below AGP VIDEO INC agrees to provide or
                              and
                                                                                  VIDEO INC s
arrange for worker s compensation and other employee benefits for AGP
workers AGP VIDEO INC agrees to hold harmless and indemnify CITY from any and all

liability cost or damage arising out of any claim for injury disability or death of AGP VIDEO
INC   s   employees      or   agents

          4 02     INDEMNIFICATION                     hereby agrees to and shall hold CITY
                                                  AGP VIDEO INC
its elective and appointive boards officers agents and employees harmless and shall
indemnify and defend the same from any liability for damage or claims for damage or suits or
actions at law or in equity which may allegedly arise from AGP VIDEO INC s or any of AGP
VIDEO      INC s employees or agents operations under this Agreement whether such

operations be by AGP VIDEO INC or by anyone or more persons directly or indirectly
employed by or acting as agent for AGP VIDEO INC provided as follows

                  That CITY does not and shall not waive any rights against AGP VIDEO
                   a

INC which it may have by reason of the aforesaid hold harmless agreement because of the

acceptance by CITY or the deposit with CITY by AGP VIDEO INC of any of the insurance
policies      hereinafter described


                   That the aforesaid hold harmless agreement by AGP VIDEO INC shall
                   b
apply to all damages and claims for damages of every kind suffered or alleged to have been
suffered by reason of any of the aforesaid operations of AGP VIDEO INC or any agent or
employee of AGP VIDEO INC regardless of whether or not such insurance policies shall have
been determined to be               applicable   to any of such   damages   or   claims for   damages

             INSURANCE
          4 03                  AGP VIDEO        INC shall not commence work under this

Agreement   until it has obtained all insurance required under this section and such insurance
shall have been approved by CITY as to form amount and carrier


                   a           Public Liabilitv and Prooertv Damaae Insurance   AGP VIDEO INC shall
take out and maintain             during   the life of this Agreement such public liability and property

damage insurance as shall protect CITY its elective and appointive boards officers agents
and employees and AGP VIDEO INC and any agents and employees performing work
covered by this Agreement from claims for damages for personal injury including death as

                                                                                                  Agenda   Item 4 F

                                                                                                            Page   5


      08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
      37
 well   as   from claims for
                    property damage which may arise under this Agreement whether such
 operations     AGP VIDEO INC or by anyone directly or
                 be   by                                      indirectly employed by AGP
VIDEO INC and the amounts of such insurance shall be as follows


                            1      Public Liabilitv Insurance
                                                     In an amount not less than One Million
 Dollars       1 000 000    for   injuries including
                                          but not limited to death to anyone person and
subject to the same limit for each person in an amount not less than One Million Dollars
  1 000 000 on account of anyone occurrence


                           2       Propertv Damaae Insurance               In an amount of not less than One
Million Dollars        1 000 000     for   damage   to the   property   of each person on account of anyone
occurrence



             b      Comprehensive Automobile Liabilitv   Bodily injury liability coverage of
One Million Dollars  1 000 000 for each person in anyone accident and for
                                                                           injuries sustained
by two or more persons in anyone accident Property damage liability of One Million Dollars
  1 000 000 for each accident


                  c        Workers Compensation Insurance               In the amounts   required by   law

                  dProof of Insurance    AGP VIDEO INC shall furnish CITY
                                                                                           concurrently
with the execution hereof with satisfactory proof of carriage of the insurance
                                                                                         required and
adequate assurance that each carrier will give CITY at least thirty 30 days written prior notice
of the modification or cancellation of any
                                                policy during the effective period of this Agreement
The certificate or policy of liability of insurance shall by endorsement of the
                                                                                   policy name CITY
its elected and appointed officials officers employees and
                                                                    agents as an additional insured
with AGP VIDEO INC


         4 04     LAWS TO BE OBSERVED                AGP VIDEO INC shall


              a      Procure all permits and licenses pay all
                                                              charges and fees and give all
notices which may be necessary and incidental to the due and lawful
                                                                         prosecution of the
services to be performed by AGP VIDEO INC under this
                                                        Agreement
                  b Keep itself fully informed of all existing and proposed federal state and
local laws      ordinances
                       regulations orders and decrees which may affect those engaged or
employed  under this Agreement any materials used in AGP VIDEO INC
                                                                           performance under
this Agreement or the conduct of the services under this
                                                          Agreement

            c     At all times observe and
                                           comply with and cause all of its employees and
agents to observe and comply with all of said laws ordinances
                                                                regulations orders and
decrees mentioned above


                 d        Immediately report to the CITY s               Contract              in
                                                                                     Manager        writing   any
discrepancy      or   inconsistency it discovers in said laws           ordinances    regulations   orders    and



                                                                                            Agenda     Item   4 F

                                                                                                         Page 6
   08 16 05    City Council Meeting Packet
   38
decrees mentioned above in relation to any                   plans drawings specifications            or   provisions   of
this Agreement


                 RELEASE OF REPORTS AND INFORMATION                                                  information data
        4 05                                                                       Any reports
or other material given to or prepared or assembled by AGP VIDEO INC under this

Agreement shall be the property of CITY and except as otherwise specified herein shall not be
made available to any individual or organization                 by   AGP VIDEO INC without the             prior   written

approval of the CITY s Contract Manager

         4 06    COPIES OF VIDEO TAPES                   REPORTS AND INFORMATION    requests          If CITY
additional    copies   of   videotapes        drawings specifications or any other material in
                                              reports
addition to what the AGP VIDEO INC is required to furnish in limited quantities as part of the
services under this Agreement AGP VIDEO INC shall provide such additional copies as are
requested and CITY shall compensate AGP VIDEO INC for the costs of duplicating of such
copies at AGP VIDEO INC s direct expense AGP VIDEO INC may sell copies of tapes to
any individual or organization for a fee not to exceed 25 00


5 00     OBLIGATIONS OF AGENCY CITY

         5 01
           COOPERATION       CITY agrees to comply with all reasonable requests of AGP
VIDEO INC necessary to the performance of AGP VIDEO INC s duties under this Agreement


6 00     TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT


         6 01    TERMINATION    ON NOTICE         Notwithstanding any other provIsion of this
Agreement any party      hereto may terminate this Agreement at any time without cause by

giving at least thirty 30 days prior written notice to the other party to this Agreement

         6 02    TERMINATION ON OCCURRENCE OF STATED EVENTS                                           This   Agreement
shall terminate    automatically        on   the   occurrence   of any of the   following   events


Bankruptcy  or insolvency of any party

Sale of the business of any party
The end of the thirty 30 days as set forth in Section 6 01
             of this Agreement by AGP VIDEO INC without the                           prior   written consent of the
Assignment
CITY


         6 03    TERMINATION BY ANY PARTY FOR DEFAULT                                 Should any       party    default in
the                                                          materially   breach           provisions the
                                                                                     any of its
       performance of          this     Agreement       or

non    breaching party        at its    option      may terminate this     Agreement immediately by giving
written notice of termination to the         breaching party

7 00     SPECIAL PROVISIONS


         7 01    INTEREST OF AGP VIDEO INC AGP VIDEO INC covenants that it presently
has    no   interestand shall not acquire any interest direct or indirect financial or otherwise

                                                                                                     Agenda     Item 4 F
                                                                                                                    Page   7


      08 16 05 City Council   Meeting   Packet
      39
which would conflict in any manner or
                                      degree with the performance of the services hereunder
AGP   VIDEO     INC further covenants that in the performance of this
                                                                             Agreement no
subcontractor or person having such an interest shall be          AGP VIDEO INC certifies
                                                                                 employed
that    no one         will have any financial interest under this
                   who has     or
                                                                   Agreement is an officer or
employee of CITY It is expressly agreed that in the performance of the services hereunder
AGP VIDEO INC shall at all times be deemed an independent contractor and not an
                                                                                   agent or
employee of CITY

           7 02     DISCRIMINATION               No discrimination shall be made in the        employment of persons
under this  Agreement because of the race                        color   national    origin ancestry religion physical
disability mental disability medical condition                   marital status              sexual orientation
                                                                                     age                           or sex   of
such person
              If AGP VIDEO INC is found in violation of the nondiscrimination
                                                                              provisions of the
State of California Fair Employment and Housing Act or similar
                                                                  provisions of federal law or
executive order in the performance of this
                                                          Agreement
                                                    it shall       be found in material breach
                                                                                    thereby
of this  Agreement Thereupon CITY shall have the power to                           cancel    or   suspend    this Agreement
in    whole or in part or to deduct from the amount                                  to AGP VIDEO            INC the sum of
                                                    payable
Twenty      five Dollars      25 for each person for each calendar
                                                                                    day during which such        person was
discriminated      against    as damages for said breach of contract                 or both Only a finding      of the State
of California Fair   Employment and Housing Commission or the equivalent federal agency or
officer shall constitute evidence of a violation of contract under this
                                                                        paragraph
                If AGP VIDEO INC is found in violation of the nondiscrimination
                                                                                  provisions of this
Agreement AGP VIDEO INC shall be found in material breach of the                                   Agreement Thereupon
CITY shall have the power to cancel or suspend this
                                                    Agreement in whole or in part or to deduct
from the amount payable to AGP VIDEO INC the sum of Two Hundred
                                                                       Fifty Dollars 250 for
each calendar day during which AGP VIDEO INC is found to have been in such
                                                                                                              noncompliance
as    damages     for said breach of contract        or   both



8 00      MISCELLANEOUS

          8 01     REMEDIES          The remedies set forth in this Agreement shall not be exclusive but
shall be cumulative with            and in addition to all remedies now or hereafter allowed
                                                                                              by law or
equity

          8 02      NO WAIVER The waiver of any breach
                                                               by any party of any provision of this
Agreement         shall not constitute a continuing waiver or a waiver of
                                                                          any subsequent breach of
this   Agreement

      8 03   ASSIGNMENT                   This  Agreement is specifically not assignable by AGP VIDEO
INC to any person or entity                Any assignment or attempt to assign by AGP VIDEO INC
whether it be voluntary or
                                        involuntary by operation of law or otherwise is void and is a
material breach of this        Agreement giving        rise to    a   right   to terminate   as    set forth in Section 6 03

          8 04     ATTORNEY FEES                 In the event of any controversy claim or
                                                                                          dispute between
the    parties    hereto   arising      out of   or relating to this
                                                                     Agreement  or the breach thereof the


                                                                                                         Agenda    Item 4 F
                                                                                                                     Page   8

      08 16 05 City Council   Meeting   Packet
      40
prevailing party       shall be entitled          in addition to other such relief              as   may be      granted      to a

reasonable      sum as    and for   attorney      fees


         8 05    NOTICES        Except      as    otherwiseexpressly provided by law any and all notices                          or

other communications          required      or   permitted by this Agreement or by law to be served on                            or

given to any party to this Agreement shall be in writing                      and shall be deemed
                                                                            duly                                      served and

given when personally delivered or in lieu of such personal service when deposited in the
United States mail first class postage prepaid to the following address for each respective

party

                                    AGENCY CITY

                                    Kevin Rice
                                    City Manager
                                    CITY OF PISMO BEACH
                                    760 Mattie Road
                                    Pismo Beach CA 93420


                                    AGP VIDEO INC
                                    Steve Mathieu
                                    1600 Preston Lane
                                    Morro    Bay     CA 93442


         8 06    GOVERNING LAW                    This   Agreement         and all matters       relating   to this   Agreement
shall be governed by the laws of the State of California in force at the time any need for the
interpretation of this Agreement or any decision or holding concerning this Agreement arises
Venue for any action        arising   hereunder shall be in San Luis               Obispo County            California


         8 07    BINDING EFFECT                   This   Agreement         shall be    binding   on   and shall inure to the
benefit of the heirs executors              administrators         successors      and    assigns     of the parties hereto
but             in this section shall be construed                as a   consent   by    CITY to any        assignment      of this
      nothing
Agreement       or   any interest in this    Agreement

         8 08    SEVERABILITY               Should any       provision       of this   Agreement      be held     by   a   court of

competent jurisdiction or by     legislative
                                        a          making    or    rule                act to    be either invalid         void   or

unenforceable the remaining provisions of this Agreement shall                             remain in full force and effect
unimpaired by the holding legislation or rule

         8 09    SOLE AND ENTIRE AGREEMENT                                 This   Agreement       constitutes the sole and
entire    agreement       between     the       respect to the subject matter hereof
                                                 parties   with                              This

Agreement correctly         sets forth the
                                  obligations         parties hereto to each other as of the date
                                                                  of the
of this Agreement All agreements or representations respecting the subject matter of this
Agreement not expressly set forth or referred to in this Agreement are null and void

         8 10    TIME       Time is   expressly       declared to be of the           essence     of this   Agreement



                                                                                                             Agenda Item          4 F

                                                                                                                           Page    9


      08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
      41
          8 11     DUE AUTHORITY                The                              that the individuals
                                                      parties hereby represent                          executing
this   Agreement     are   expressly    authorized to do    so on   and in behalf of the   parties

          8 12      AMENDMENTS Amendments to this Agreement shall be in writinq and shall be
made     only    with the mutual written consent of all of the parties to this
                                                                               Agreement
Executed      on   Auqust          2005 at Pismo Beach California


CITY OF PISMO BEACH




By
          Kevin Rice    City Manager

ATTEST




By
          Lori   Grigsby     CMC   City   Clerk



AGP VIDEO INC




By
         Steve Mathieu CEO



APPROVED AS TO FORM




By
      David Fleishman        City Attorney




                                                                                              Agenda    Item 4 F

                                                                                                        Page   10

     08 16 05 City Council   Meeting   Packet
     42
                                    PISMO BEACH COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT




SUBJECTITITLE
CONSIDERATION TO AWARD THE PURCHASE OF A REPLACEMENT TRACTOR


RECOMMENDATION
     motion award the        purchase    of   a   replacement   tractor to Berchtold    Equipment Company      in
By
the amount of      69 674 96


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The 2005 2006 fiscal budget includes the               approval   of    70 000 for the   replacement    two tractors
in Public Works with        onemultipurpose tractor This tractor will be           used for various construction

projects    such   as   repairing water lines and streets landscaping              in   parks loading    trucks and
similar miscellaneous tasks


Proposals     were received from Ahern    Sales Quinn Company and Berchtold Equipment

Company       all located in Santa Maria Each RFP was hand delivered and summaries of the
            results         included in the table below
proposal              are



Berchtold    Equipment Company                requirements with its Kubota tractor and was the
                                           met all bid
lowest cost   proposal at 69 674          96      a great reputation and has many user friendly
                                                  Kubota has
features  In addition the tractor has interchangeable attachments which will allow crews to
use the tractor for different applications for example   raking the beach or grading The City
purchased  its last beach raking tractor from Berchtold Equipment Company 15 years ago and
was    satisfied with the results


It is therefore the recommendation of staff to award               purchase   of the Kubota tractor to Berchtold

Equipment Company

                                       Description    of
     Approved Budget                                                   Companies                 Amounts
                                        Equipment
 70 000                           Replacement       Tractor     Ahern Sales                 73 128 95

                                                                Quinn   Company             70 898 47

                                                                Berchtold   Equipment       69 674 96
                                                                Comoanv




FISCAL IMPACT
Total cost to the     City will   be    69 674 96 which is below        budget


                                                                                               Agenda Item      4 G

                                                                                                             Page   1


      08 16 05 City Councii Meeting Packet
      43
OPTIONS
The   only practical option   is to award the               to Berchtold
                                                 purchase                  Equipment Company


ATTACHMENTS
Proposal   from Berchtold     Equipment Company




Prepared by     Brian Henson Interim Public Works           Superintendent
                                                                      Meeting    Date   Aug    16 2005
Department     Head   Approval                                        Date    July   28 2005
R Dennis Delzeit P E         Public Works Director    City Engineer



City Manager Approval                        f




                                                                                        Agenda   Item    4G
                                                                                                   Page   2

  08 16 05 City Council   Meeting   Packet
  44
                                            PROP08AL IHEET
                                          cny OF 0IlEACH
                              TRACTOR4WO WITH LOAPIlR      MID BOX BLADE
                                                      07
                                       8PEClFlCATION NO 17

        PROP08AL OPI
                 NINO                DATE     FRIDAY July I                         at   2 00     M
                                                                                                  P


        NOTICE TO PROP08lNG             PART1I
                                        8                      The     Ie                       to out            F             do
             eo    be              OIlU8efDr
                                           prap
                                           l    vTlI           NJ        d

        DEVIATIONS          UIIt any and            41 1111 n                III                   Inc     lY            data

        All  elM                be 4MXllll    nd             01                    pllm              allL
                                                                                                     AtIaeh
        n                              lhat                                        In          PROP08AL           of
                    t
            C1FlCATION8
            8P1                need not be Nfl            If

        PROP08ALPRIC               F    s
                                        O


        FOR ONE 1
        WlTHLOAIlIR
                    NI TRACTOR 4WO
                    W
                          ANDBOXBLADE
                                   P tC
                                   9T                                          I
                                                                                        rrA9
                                                                                        1         i2                      Pll
                                                                                                                            l
                                                                                                                                r1
                                                                                                                                      t
        DELIVERY DATE

        PROPOSAL PRICE FIGURES                              leA           b
                                                                          TL            q   b         0   tL
                                                                                                                 rl
        PROP08AL PRlCEW                                        vN
                                                               INW0RD8       O                    1
                                                                                                                       JWO JIJ wry
                    u
        TO
                                  w                                                   pna If                    oondlllDrlll the     GMHT
                                               If                   aDD             wMtdIi thIrtr                       prall
                        1                                                                                          at

                  OPF              h                        at

                  h
                                   L          Z                              nd             of            AgInt

                   7
                   rO       b
                                                                     of FIrm


   l                    Q AJIA                                                          4                 C
                               eA        q    u
                                              c




        TMCTOR      WITH    LOADER     BveUT   AND    BOX      BLADE




                                                                                                                      Agenda         Item 4 G

                                                                                                                                       Page   3


08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
45
                         do           aIY             I                               1       ad     of
                                                                                          I
                       toII                 do             UlImIt          pra   11                         on

                        that 1 wBI                                                                 aft     na
      do aIllMnt4                             compIJ           PI Q pili
             unIeee oIherwIM               notIIdln          to      t                        ehouId
                                                          llptlO                      I




                                                                           7     1 as
                                                                                 I

                      TIlle of Aulhortald Agent




                  t      1
                         f
                         c                                               id                        s
                                                                                                   2qo

            ofF



      41   tl                  MI      Q                  vk        JOStQ                     t1          thJ
                                                                                                            t




       TRACTOR WITA     LOADER BOCKET AND BOX SlADE




                                                                                                            Agenda   Item   4 G
                                                                                                                       Page   4

08 16 05 City Council   Meeting   Packet
46
                  BERCHTOLD EQUIPMENT
                              1410 W BETTERAVlA SANTA MARIA CA 13486


 BID To                                      CITY OF PIS             a BEACH                    DATE 7111105

                       780 MATTIE ROAD P1SMO BEACH CA
                                            PROP08AL            07       os
                                                                         17


 I


     1         L
               IIODI                                 4WD TRACTOR                                        S48     00
                       2006   KUBOTA    1

         ENGINE        5 CVUNOER TURBO               125 ENG         H
                                                                     P

         PTO           103 P T O   HP

         TRANS          WD
                        1l1f     18 REV      AUTO POWER SHIFT

         HYDRA         20 G P M TOTOAL            HYA   UC FLOW


         CAB           AIR RIDE    AT       FULL LIGHTING PACKAGE             SEE SPEC SHEET

         AIR CON       YES

         TIRES          14 9 R24 R1 FRONT          1UR38R1            REAR

                                                   0PTt0H8


     1 LOADER           LA1601B FRONT LOADER WITH QUICK DETACH BUCKET                  BYB                497   00


                                                   STEM FOR TRASH DEBRIS
                                             C
                        WITH 84 GRAPP

         BOX            GEARMORE                 BOX SCRAPER 84 WITH HYDRAULIC

                         IppCDc

                                                                                               PRICE            00


                                                                                                  TAX    4 709 98

                                                                                                              74




     Remarka             FULL   WARRANTY 24 MONTHS OR 1500HRS PWR TRAIN UPTO 36 MONTHS 3000HRS


                        MIKE MCGINLEY                                                  CELL        17
Propoeed by
         Phone          805922 7905                             FAX             349
                                                                                8050147




         I accept
                                                   Slgnlllure                                  Det8



                       VISIT OUR WEBSITE                                  www
                                                                         http     berchtold com
                                                                                                eeco          i
                                                                                                              1
                                                                                                              lOMl




                                                                                                               Agenda Item   4 G
                                                                                                                        Page   5


08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
47
                              PISMO BEACH COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT




 SUBJECTITITLE
 ACTIVITY REPORTS FOR JULY 2005


 RECOMMENDATION
Accept by    Roll Call vote to Consent Calendar



 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The attached     monthly department reports          are   for your information




FISCAL IMPACT
Not Applicable




OPTIONS
Not   Applicable


ATTACHMENTS


        1       City ClerkAdministration Grigsby Rice
        2       Conference and Visitors Bureau Brasile
        3       Administrative Services
                                    Department Edes
        4       Community Development Department Bloom
        5       Public Works and                         Delzeit
                                           Engineering
        6       Fire Turner
        7       Police    Department        Cortez




 Prepared by              Associated       Departments      Meeting   Date   August   16 2005




City Manager Approval
                                           k

                                                                                  Agenda   Item   4 H

08 16 05 City Council             Packet
                                                                                             Page   1
                        Meeting
48
           CITY CLERK ADMINISTRATION ACTIVITY REPORT


                                               July 2005

City Clerk s Office Activities
      City Council support
              Reservation and          Registration     for   League   of California Cities October
              Conference

      Special projects     and activities

              Compiled      edited and sent Clam Chronicle to press

              City   Clerk attended CCAC State Board                 Meeting
                                                                                                        Council
              Finalizing Video Production report to Council for August 2 City
              meeting Met with all Councilmember regarding this item
              Organized     and attended Mobil Home rent control bi annual                          meeting
              Professional       Development Representative               for   City   Clerk   s   Association of
              California

              2 Conference calls            regarding   PDR

                            Events Committee            meetings Upcoming              Events
              3   Special
              Art in the Park at Dinosaur Caves                                    Oct 2005 first         Sunday
                                                                 May through
              of each month

               Esteem Grand Prix Surf Contact                   Sept   10

               St    Anthony   s   Celebration        August     21 2005

               Bid   Opening        No bid    opening    in   July

       Ongoing    administrative records            management       activities

               Handled  agenda and minute preparation review follow up filing
               indexing and scanning of agenda materials for 2 regular city council
                            and several       special   and    workstudy    sessions
               meetings
               Updated     the     City s   web pages

               Updated     the     City s   Cable Government Channel 20

               Scanned documents into Laserfiche Document                         Imaging Program
               Processed                      contracts                     Proclamations ordinances
                               prepared               agreements
               and resolutions        including indexing copying            distribution and         filing
               Processed and followed up              public    records   requests
               Processed       special      event   permits
               Processed claims             depositions   and other Risk        Management           matters



                                                                                           Agenda         Item 4 H
                                                                                                              Page   2
08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
49
                  Updated City records            in accordance with Records Retention
                                                                                                    Policy
 City Manager Office Activities
       Major project activities
                 Recruitment

                           Human Resources Officer

                          Accounting       Technician

                          Temporary Summer Maintenance                  Aide

                 Meet with Hotel       owners on                    TOT Ordinance
                                                       proposed
                 Various    meetings       with            Labor
                                                  City s           Negotiation     Team

                Attended kickoff session run by              CityGate   Associates     on   the Fire Services
                consolidation feasibility study

                SLOCOG        briefing     on   Price Street Extension

                 Price Street Extension           briefing   to Pismo Beach Mobile Home Park
                residents

                Met with     County    Planners       on   PXP   Expansion     and   impact   on   streets
                within the    City
                Met with General Manager of Marie Callender                        Restaurant about
                                                                               s                        City
                Christmas Party planned for 16 December




                                                                                          Agenda     Item 4 H

08 16 05 City Council   Meeting   Packet
                                                                                                        Page 3
50
                            CONFERENCE                                                               VISITORS BUREAU ACTIVITY REPORT


                                                                                                                    July   2005

      iIJ
        i        iIiIIlilIIjlllillliiiiiiB Oliii                 i
                                                                               IIIiIIi      iIlWiiliiillik
       H         il
                 m              ll@                    ii         tr
                                                                r iif             f       liiAB            i




The CVB continues                                                                              work for the            Wine     Waves      promotion   and ad
                                                                      ground
         co op marketing plan with the San Luis Obispo Vintner s                                                                                      Association SLO
campaign
VA to seek mid week business working in conjunction with Pismo Beach hotels

iliIllillW iillililii                                                        lIiiil iIilliiiiIllillWiIJi
           I                    R ilil                          iiirliilrlM r

The CVB ordered and received our newest promotion materials                                                                                      newly designed                   pens
and Frisbees for our 2005 2006 tradeshows and giveaways

                                               iiIII liiiii                           I   i iIilil
TI1
1                Il               iiIIIiliWliliiililiWiiWi llIlmilll Il1Iii
                                       Ii I
                                          lIlI            Il




Pismo Beach                                        was           awarded the                                   Best Heat Wave     Escape    and the    Best   Day Trip
 Destination                                   by           Kern           County Family Magazine
 ii                              iJilllIIiIIlI
                                 lJiiliiiiiliiii                 lIIiIIilllilliliil        lliUii
        UlWiIII I                                  m
                                                   i        II HPI
                                                            Wm                               1m


 Central Coast Tourism Council Co op details                                                                                pending
                                                                                                                i
                            iIiliilil              iilijlllillilll iiililiilIllillWiII IIiIIilil II1l
                                                                                                 ii
        R   I
                 l il ili
                il
                 1Wlil      L                      i ffi          ld M                          mM


 The Pismo Beach CVB                                                                      Solvang              CVB Morro    Bay    and the Steinbeck Center in Salinas
 are        considering                  joint effort to promote the beautiful California Central Coast to
                                                            a

 Northern                       Californians through the Bay Area Travel Trade Show this Fall


                                                                                                                                                                 mlWijOwI lWI
                            Periodicals




                                                                                                                                                        Agenda                  Item   4 H

                                                                                                                                                                                  Page 4
  08 16 05                  City Council Meeting                                            Packet
  51
 Annual Guides


                                              Sbutce                              TOtal               I       YTO
              California State Visitor        s   Guide
             Tourinq California         s   Central Coast


            Internet I Telephone I Mail


                                                                                 Totiill
         ClassicCalifornia        com                                             134
        Tele      hone I Mail                                                      11


                                                                       TOTAL            457


Website Analvtics             Julv

ClassicCalifornia       com   I GoPismo       com     I PismoBeachCarShows                  com

MonarchButterfly        org
                                                         Current        July        Last Month June
                  Total User Sessions                        76 307                      72 465
                  Average Daily      Visitors                    462
                                                                 2                          2
                                                                                            416
                  Pay   Per Click                             3 573                        5 207


GrouoslWriterslTravel Aaents Meetina Planners reauestina oackets                                          assistance

        Perrine Wedding
        Hoffart
               Family Reunion
        Foster City National Automobile Club

        Los Angeles Times Magazine reporter Raquel                      Romero     Where have all the clams
        gone
        Northern California SIS Women             s              Conference September 2005 Cliffs Resort
                                                      Ministry
        Cal Trans Fresno Division October 2005 Conference                        10 rooms         4   nights considering
        Oxford Suites


Promotional Materials provided to


        SLO    County  Economic Vitality Corporation s Central Coast Marketing Team                              10 promo
        packets     Pismo Beach t shirts economic profiles saltwater
                                                                     taffy Vacation                              Meeting
        Planners Guides for the site search consultants

        Chip Fraser walking from Ventura              to Sacramento in         support     of education      prior   to State
        Budget hearings
        Marlowe    Company Washington                  D C




                                                                                                  Agenda        Item     4 H

08 16 05 City Council             Packet
                                                                                                                     Page   5
                        Meeting
52
      ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT ACTIVITY REPORT

                                                 July   2005


Administration       Primary activities during July included Labor negotiations with SEIU
and POA          negotiations to secure housing for firefighters at the Bello St Station after
the lease extension           expires    on   November 30           Analyses   related to    reducing    TOT
                                                                     and                      and    financial
leakage          upgrading computer system security                         performance
planning

Finance and       Accounting           City Council approved the budget on June 21 in
                                    After the

July   Finance staff   updated budget documents to reflect the changes made by Council
at the   Budget     Workshops in June The budget was posted the general ledger at the
end of   July     The   budget   document will be finalized         by August 31st

The   City s     auditor   Terry Krieg         was  here during the week of July 18 to begin
preliminary      year end audit work           Finance staff was busy providing the auditor with
information


Audit confirmation letters        were   mailed out in    July     These letters   are   mailed out to   a

random selection of                           customers     all             vendors that   provide   services
                           Utility Billing                        banking
to the   City   of Pismo Beach       large    revenue sources      from various outside agency s of
the                administrators or fiscal
      City third party                                  agents     of debt service providers and a
random selection of Transient Occupancy                 Taxpayers

Utility Billing   and Business License           Utility billing   and Business License     activity   was

normal


Accounts   Payable and Payroll The new fiscal year FY 06 began on July 1st During
the transition of working in two fiscal years the Accounts Payable Clerk must prepare
separate invoice batches for each year She does this until August 31st This helps to
insure that we keep each year separate in addition to following the appropriate

accounting practices We also follow this procedure for cash receipts

The    payroll clerk completed her 4th fiscal quarter April 1 2005 through June 30 2005

payroll   tax forms to the State and Federal Governments        She also input all the new
rate changes        for the   new   fiscal year      including     PERS     AFLAC Workers       Compo        and
others


Information Services           In addition to normal maintenance and            troubleshooting      activities
was                   installing system upgrades and new computers and monitors
       busier than usual
An updated security          computer systems at Police Department progressed and
                              audit of
a series of meetings revealed opportunities for improved systems coordination with

GIS and Laserfiche software for overall improved access to information and system

performance Finally working with Computerland we applied for and were accepted
in  a Hewlett Packard program that gives us a 5    discount in addition to the normal


                                                                                         Agenda      Item 4 H

                                                                                                       Page 6
08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
53
 government agency discount                on   hardware   purchases from July   25   through   the end of
 January   2006




                                                                                  Agenda        Item   4 H

                                                                                                  Page   7
08 16 05 City Council   Meeting   Packet
54
                               ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT

                    STATISTICAL ACTIVITY REPORT for the MONTH of JULY                              2005


                                                          Julv                  June                            Mav
Accounts Pavable
Invoices entered      Checks Issued                        637                       779                        607

Checks issued                                              379                       483                        384
                                                                                                                    20
New purchase orders issued                                    54                       32
New contract purchase orders issued                               4                        1                            2
                                                                                                                        4
Change Orders Amended PO s Issued                                 6                        3

Total dollar amount of all P O s issued             866 337                      416
                                                                                 206                   300 194
Total Invoices                                     1 852 609              1 598 914                2 332 558
                paid
Total Voids   processed                                                         3 222                   16 673
Total Voids                                                       0                        8                        12


Pavroll
New     employees    Employee    terminations             6           1         14         0                    0       1

Pay   checks issued     Automatic   Deposits        38        220          58          341             29       198

                                                    651 901                888 141                     582 640
Total Payroll Cost Salary and Benefits
Total gross salary                                  450 986                643 099                     410 166
Total net salary                                    306 089                454 080                     280 044
                                                                                        64                          24
Employee file maintenance Changes                                 87
Retro pay calculations                                                1                        3                            1

TOT Revenues
TOT                                                                        394 227                     403 180
        paid this month for rentals last   month    561 578

TOT     Receipts Fiscal Year to Date               4 921 227              4 359 650                3         965
                                                                                                             422

Business Tax Certificates
Tax Certificates issued                                  38           2         82             0        59              13
                              Adjusted
Delinquent    Business Tax Notices

Utility Billina
                                                                                                            1 942
Utility bills Issued Shell Beach Area                     1 957

Utility bills Issued Downtown Area                                                   2
                                                                                     415
Delinquent notices Shell Beach Area                                                    179
                                                              218                                               215
Delinquent notices Downtown Area
Cash receipts                                        347 640                     344
                                                                                 483                   290 193
Customer accts paid Total ACH Direct               2439       264         2549         219         1906         263

Meters New Construction                                       1       1          9         18                   7       1
                                 Replacements
Water Lock outs due to        non payment                             3                    17                       12

           orders                                             163                      117                          92
Change
Tenant                                                   18           5         16             7            9           6
       deposits   Billing Adjustments
              Delinquint Closed Invoices                 56           9         37             4          47            5
Closing bills
Write Off     Uncollectible                                           0                        0                        6




                                                                                     Agenda        Item     4 H
                                                                                                       Page         8
  08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
  55
                        Community Development Department
                      Planning Division July 2005 activity report

                                   IGeneral   Administration   Public   Service
                     Permit    tracking                                          Commission
                                                                    Planning
                     system        Continued       use          resolutions     copying      and   filing
                     of the permit tracking                     for two   meetings
                     system Work on data
                     base updating is                           Coastal Notices
                     underway                                   Prepared    and mailed for 10
                     Contract Planning                          projects
                     services                                   Public               Notices
                                                                          Hearing
                     Administration of                          mailed     8
                     contract     planning                      New     planning permit
                     services is ongoing for                    applications     Received 22 set up
                     the Los Robles Del Mar                     files
                     project the Cypress                        Complaints   2
                     Landing annex project                      Routed 2 new plans for review
                     the tract 2554 Price                       and comment from other
                     Canyon       subdivision                   departments
                     project environmental                      Prepared    and mailed notices
                     and permit processing                      5 staff level   permits
                     for Promenade 4 Ira                        Processed Home            occupation
                     Lease park Cypress                                     6
                                                                permits
                     Landing annex project                                 Staff level    permits
                     one archeology survey                                 issued    7
                     Housing  element update                               Public    inquiries
       Planning       Division web page                                    between 5 staff
       continued      update                                               members        responded    to
                     Right of Way                                          approximately     450
                     dedication      meeting                               600    public inquiries for
                     participation                                         information   by phone
       Public Hearing Notices                                              and   at the public
       Prepared mailed for two Planning                                    counter
       Commission meetings                                     Recreation division assistance
       Agendas and packets                                     by phone and at the counter
       preparation distribution for          two               with Hall Park Rental information
       Planning      Commission       meetings                 receiving payments         and class
                                                               registrations




                                                                                 Agenda     Item 4 H

08 16 05                                                                                       Page 9
           City Council Meeting   Packet
56
                                          special      Projects activities
                                                                  and

             Zoning    Code     update        Planning Commission hearings            should continue
      through     the end of the year with Council review                 commencing       in 2005



                       IParks     Beach Access and            Open Space         Planningl
      Dinosaur Caves Park
             o   Playground       sand and the two         dolphins   funded     by Gary   Grossman   were

                 installed
             o   The State of California Parks             Department representative toured the park
                 for theupcoming          state review of the    City s 200 000 Roberti Z Berg grant
                 application 285          000    project    to construct   a new   restroom at the    park
                 The   City   will be notified in      September     October if the   grant   has been
                 awarded

             o   Council   accepted       a   donation from Pratt Construction and Rancho Pacifica
                 Homeowners for            7 000 to     purchase    one   Dinosaur   Egg sculpture
             o   The Dinosaur Caves Preservation                society wall tile installation continues
             o   The Fire     Fighters    Association has       been watering the trees irrigation to the
                 trees will be installed         by   that group in the   near   future


       Spyglass        Park     The Roberti Z          Berg grant   noted above if funded will facilitate
       the relocation of the          existing   restroom at Dinosaur Caves Park to            Spyglass    Park


       Ira Lease Park  Preparation of the plans and specifications are underway                            by
       FIRMA with Planning division management of contract The project may be                              ready
       to bid in 2005


       Pier Avenue Beach              access      stairs     The stairs   are now   complete

       Price Historic Park              Access to Park is included in the current            application   of the
       Price Canyon subdivision tract 2554 noted in the current projects section of this
       report Much of the environmental documentation needed for future park
       improvements is included in this subdivision application PRBC                          reviewed the

                 plans in relationship to the Price Historic Park
       subdivision


       Promenades 3               4    3 Addie Street Cypress Street              Bridge    link
       Construction has commenced 4                     Pomeroy     to Main Street An        application   for the
       Coastal Commission                        has been submitted and is
                                       permit                                      being evaluated




08 16 05   City Council Meeting   Packet
57


                                                                                             Agenda   Item 4 H

                                                                                                       Page     10
                                             Future annexations
        Cottonwood sphere of                                      Influence amendment future
        Influence amendment and                                   annexation             is
                                                                               request        anticipated
        annexation       application         no

        action at this time       Awaiting                        Los Robles Del Mar annexation
        property owners to respond            to               application The Council review
        City s 2002 letter of project                          and approval of the annexation
        incompleteness                                         application is complete An
        King and ThUle property                                application by the City and the
        sphere    of influence                                 applicant will be the next step in
        amendment      application                             the process
        LAFCO     approved Sphere           of                 The Preserve      Discussions
                                                               with staff have resumed


                                           IDevelopment proposalsl
Plan checks and staff level projects     30
Planning Commission pending applications residential homes             additions
       681 Bay
        303 Indio
        1250   Longview
        990 Fresno
        992 Fresno
        194 Beachcomber
        271   Cypress
        851 Hanford




08 16 05 City Council   Meeting   Packet
58


                                                                                   Agenda      Item 4 H

                                                                                                Page   11
Commercial and other       development
      601 Cypress Benson property mixed               use    commercial residential   project
      147 Stimson 72 unit hotel
      110 Oak Park Road         General Plan amendments and             a   25 lot subdivision
      172 Stimson 33 unit hotel
      555   CypressRetail Commercial Residential mixed use project
      Tract 2554 72 lot subdivision adjacent to the Price Historic Park
      231 Pomeroy mixed use project concept review
       1127 Shell Beach Road mixed           use   project
      1331 Price outdoor dining project
      591 Five Cities Drive  service station
      481 Ocean View        8 unit town home        project
      690 Dolliver     mixed   use     project
      271   Cypress     6 unit PUD
       111 Morro      3 unit condo
       180 Ocean View       8 unit vacation rental
       370 Ocean View       6 unit condo




                                                                                 Agenda    Item    4 H
                                                                                                Page   12


08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
59
                                                    City of Plsmo Beach
                                                  Building Safety Division
                                                  Monthly Report July 2005
              RIIlTlIIlISUED
     BUILDING PI                                                       a
                                                                                                                            y                    Lally
                                                                                           T

                                                                                                             LMtv
     SIl             UnIII                  2          472
                                                       84t    oo          1t1
                                                                          Q7    B87so
                                                                                5                        O   0        22 22                 21

     IuIIFM
     t         lI   I
                    UnII                0                                                                7   7         04       15      10 14


                    lJollo              0                                                                0             0                3


                                                 to lXIOOO                                               9   0                         14    12


                                                 87          161
                                                             00                                        10
                                                                                587 88
                                                                                1                 U4                  91



                                                 40          380
                                                             00        71 1                                           30



      T                          IU    17   2   llO7               8    58
                                                                        312                                  21
                                                                                0                      4             148 37           208 41
                         0



    OTHER PERIIITlIIlISUED
                                                                                                                            y              Lally
                                                                                         ToIiIl                                         Dole
                                                                                                             Lally
                                        0                                                               1                               7


                lJollo                 0                                                                              1i               10 3



                                                                                                  n    110           270    0         38ft 2


                                       0


                                       0                                                                0             0                 0




                                      Total     M7           oo
                                                             Ie3   1 3f258      281 84            4


      T                        430


      v                      2 454




                                                                                                   AddlMO 760     Road
                                                                                                          PIomo      CA93449
                                                                                                   Phone  805 7737040
    07129105         18 45
                        03
                                                                                                                      Page No




                                                                                                              Agenda                 Item         4 H

                                                                                                                                      Page         13

08 16 05      City Council Meeting    Packet
60
                                                            City of Plsmo Beach
                                                          Building Safety Division
                                                         Monthly Report July 2005

                                                         PWmIt   lWta   c
                                                                                                                                        T



                                                                                                                               47
                                                                                                                               02                173   54
     O1J01JD5                     123 FLORIN                                            100 00
                                                                                        4                 70

     arlO7l116                    821CW PARK                                                                                   711
                                                                                                                               22                  2
                                                                                                                                                   4

     arlO7l116                          O
                                        4I01IEU                                        2000 00
           arM                                  R
                                  134 VISTA DEL w        P                                                   0
                                                                                                             00

     arM                              Eft
                                  148 IW                 P                             1 00
                                                                                       600                    00
                                                                                                              0

     arMMl5                       1282 CO BRAYA
                                       TA                E                                                    00
                                                                                                              0                00
                                                                                                                               0

     arMMl5                       1270COSfABftAVA        E                                                    00
                                                                                                              0
                                                                                      00                 51011             11               1      33
                                                                                                                                                   411
     ar                           801         ES
     07                                 SAN LutS         P                                  0
                                                                                            00                                                    5311

                                  43GOCEAN veN           E                                                                                        51
     07
                                        OCENMEW                                             0
                                                                                            00                0
                                                                                                              00                                       n
     0710111I6
          arlll6
          llll        BOeI011         RATFORD
                                      l
                                  111 S                  BE                                                                                      134 1S

     07MMl5                             ElAINE           lEX                           8 000 00                                                        58
                                                                                                                                                       231
                                                                                                                                                 102   71
     0712111I6                    111FRANCU              BX

          07          BCIlI0224   43G OCEAN        veN                                                                           17
                                                                                                                                 131
                                                                                                                  11                               37
                                                                                                                                                   2111
          07                            N
                                        DUOI
     07                           235l1OAAO                  x                                                                                         51
                                                                                                                                                       28
                                                                              A                         2733lIO                             41   QIO t
          011116
          ll1l                    2118 IlAYV1EW          BMEP           01
               07f1
               M
               J5                       DUOI
                                        N                               0     A               07
                                                                                              00         2
                                                                                                         o151G1            2                1un47

          ll1l
          071116                  1210 UlNGVIEW                               E                                                13
                                                                                                                               31

               07M3
               15                       227                                   E                               0                22Jl5             130 14

                                  11QNARLENE             BE                   E                                                                    0
                                                                                                                                                   3
      07
      1S101S
     01NfJIOlS                          ST1MSON                               E            000 00
                                                                                           1                   00

     0112111I6                          2BO WI                                E        12 00
                                                                                       0
                                                                                       51                181      10             2311
                                                                                                                                 22

                                        l
                                        BEI
                                        O                                     E                                00
                                                                                                               0                                  11

                                  11    WHt
                                        TECAP                                 E                               0
                                                                                                              00           200
          ar
                                  311 ENCANT                                  E                                            200                   3ll
                                                                                                                                                 222
     I2llIII6
     Gl
          07                                                                  E       10      00
                                                                                              000                                                  00
                                                                                                                                                   0

     07                                 PiER                                  E
                                  321 WINDWARD           P                    E               0                                 000
     07MMl5
                                                         P                    E              00
                                                                                             0                 CID
                                                                                                               O                  00              ll3 11
     07M              BOB027O     1517BAY
     07MIIII6                     137 VALlEY V1EW                             E        0oo
                                                                                        0                                  20015                       201

     0711W05                      234 VtSTA DEL MAR                           E        1 000 00               0

     07fL1105                      OlD LONGVlEW           BMEP                E                          1 4
                                                                                                           70                   112
                                                                                                                                72               757
                                        320                             421   F       34   seo   OO               05
                                                                                                                  17            0
                                                                                                                                143          1 882
     07M                                           WAY    BMEP
                                                                              F                                   13       277
     07                           21 8HELL se
                                  7        Qot
                                           t                                          16 000 00          1



               TotBIllemo              38                                         1   064 87600       1
                                                                                                      7              8           22
                                                                                                                                 853        46 aaa18




                                                                                                                     760      Rpod
                                                                                                                     PIomo Booch CA 93449
                                                                                                      Phone          BOE 7737040


    07129105                                                                                                                    PBge No




                                                                                                                       Agenda Item                           4 H

                                                                                                                                            Page              14


08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
61
                                                              City of P mo Beach
                                                            Building 8efety Division
                                                        Monthly Report July 2005
           PIlm Checlc        AppIIcatI           SubmlttH




           1lf1
           O1lfl                       U
                                       4II01lt
                                       O                 1
                                                                                                 80
                                                                                                 14
       O71t1JQ6                        801               1                                     510 11
       01                 A            lONGVlEW          IX           000
          MlG
       01 1               A      211100                 IX            000
       01                        2ta         NE         sex           000
       01            llOIlO27I         DUGAN            1             000                       IU7
       0112l1105     iIoBom            2351ofOR1
                                       O                IX            000
      07      OIl
              lI          A      1210008TABRAVA         IlMEP         101                 1      30
                                                                                                 121
      OTI1em5             A      1282 COSTA BRAVA                      0                         1
                                                                                                 117
      0112l1105           A            EL PORTAL
                                 408                    IIMEP                                     241
         21
         07
         O1l              A      OOImoov                IlSMP
      07m1Dli             A            ORJH
                                       Pl               1
         07
         2110I            A             oceAN           IlMEP
                                                                                              0
                                                                                              1
      0112ll1llO          A      21 LA GAvtOTA
                                                                                                  lll
                                                                                                  m
      01                  A            W
                                       B20              IIl
                                                        1EP             7
      07m1Dli             A      B2I ON PARK            1             417
      0711210S                   320 JAMES WAY          IlMEP           7                         05
                                                                                                  17
      0711          llOIll272       L
                                 Zm 8HEI IlEAa1         1               7                       13
                                                                                              1 1

             Tol8Iitamo            18                                                      247
                                                                                           1 10




                                                                                                  780
                                                                                                  Plomo      CA13449
                                                                                       Phone      806 7737040

    07f29105
                                                                                                        PegeNo2




                                                                                                   Agenda    Item      4 H
                                                                                                               Page     15

08 16 05     City Council Meeting             Packet
62
               PUBLIC WORKS AND ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
                                        ACTIVITY REPORT


                                              JULY 2005

LopezZone 3 Technical Issues
Resolution of the Habitat Conservation Plan             HCP issue remains the most critical

topic    With record rain this
                           past          season             only 70 full Four million gallons
                                                   the lake is

per day   being released into the Arroyo Grande Creek to avoid fines from the State
          is
and Federal regulators until the HCP is approved If it were not for the excessive
releases the lake would be 100     full There is finally an action plan to complete this

8year 750 000 plan We      will continue to monitor this closely


Safe Yield Studv Gentlemen s Aareement
The RFP has been sent out and the Public Works Director is taking the lead for the
four             Pismo Grover AG and Oceano      The proposal is due June 1st
      jurisdictions

Los Robles Del Mar Water Issues
The safe yield study is progressing       well as the analysis of the infrastructure and
                                              as

operation maintenance cost for the Meadow Creek Aquifer It is too soon to predict
if this water source is a satisfactory long term source of supply


SLOCOG Technical Issues
The   City applied    for   a     grant for Promenade 4 Upon further analysis
                                 600 000 TE
SLOCOG staff is       recommending that all TE grant considerations be postponed
                       now

until December when additional grants will become available This will not delay the
Prom 4 project since the money could not be used until July 1 2006 anyway




PUBLIC WORKS ACTIVITIES
No violations in July Wastewater            crews   provided         at The Tides
                                                                 sewer   main   cleaning
Motel and along 4th Street and Five Cities Drive The polymer pumps in the belt press
room were replaced    The EQ basin is being cleaned Wastewater Division s monthly

report   was   completed

MVR is           the electrician to wire up the generator at the Police Department
           awaiting
MVR has completed repairs on the wash rack at the Corporate Yard The blue dump
truck was repainted and repairs to the radiator were completed Routine maintenance
on miscellaneous Police and Public Works vehicles      MVR is out to bid on a new
tractor and water truck


Parks continued        working     in Highland Park to bring it up to standards They are doing
repairs   to   irrigation   on   Highland and the slope on James Way Parks has been dealing
weekly    with the sand         build up on the promenade at Addie Street due to winds Graffiti

                                                                                     Agenda   Item   4 H
                                                                                               Page   16


 08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
 63
 was removed at the Addie St restrooms                          Parks assisted with the      4th   of July event
 preparation and breakdown

 The Streets Division continues                pothole patching            Fabrication for two new beach
 volleyball    courts has       begun         Completed removal         and  replacement of the intersection
 at Longview and Stratford The Streets division completed repairs and                                painting   the
 informational signs to the entrance of Pismo The Streets division
                                                                                            provided public
 works   support    for the      4th   of   July event with great success           The striping and red curbs
 at the end of Addie St and
                                            along Hwy 1 was completed

 Government   Building repairs have consisted of repairs at the Addie St Pier and
Pismo Vets Hall restrooms Multiple rooms and doors were
                                                               painted at the Police
Department and City Hall The Government Buildings Tech has also steam cleaned
City Hall sidewalks St Jude s Tunnel and the Pismo Vets Hall entrance St Jude s
Tunnel lights were replaced
                                              Lights
                                     are on order for the              cul de  Oceanview                sac


The Water       crews     have been          working
                                     dead end flushing They continue to run the
                                                        on

City   wells for
             optimum usage of ground water Trihalomethane THM and Haloacetic
Acids    HAAS testing was completed Water Division s
                                                     monthly report was completed

 ENGINEERING CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT ACTIVITIES


         Pismo Grover Promenade     is complete  The second phase on Cypress Street
         Bridge Addie Street has been awarded and construction is scheduled to
                                                                               begin
         on Addie Street in June  The Cypress Street Bridge repairs have been
                                                                              delayed
         because of nesting swallows have been found below the         deck Work        bridge                     on
         the    bridge    is   expected       to be done in the fall when the birds abandon their
         nests
         Shell Beach Fire Stations                 Staff is
                                                         managing the architectural contract Door
         replacement           has been      completed Additional drainage improvements at the
         front driveways         were       completed this month
         Main Street Promenade                            and environmental
                                                Design                             analysis is underway
         Drainage Master Plan                   Final review is    complete     Staff is preparing to bring        this
         item to Council in July
         Beachcomber Beach Access                      Stairway     Bids opened 8 24 04 No valid bids
         received        Additional         funding    is needed for   completion of the project The
         project   will be deferred until 2007               pending   available   funding
         Police Station          Emergency            Generator        Purchased
                                                             through the Government
         surplus   at    a   cost of        100 and
                                           and prep cost to come in at around 3 000
                                                       repair
        Construction has begun Wiring of the generator has been
                                                                  delayed Additional
        time is needed to add the Bello Street Fire Station to the
                                                                                                   generator wiring
         project     A    new    schedule is       pending
         Pismo Oaks Lift Station                  Final plans     have been                    and distributed to
                                                                                completed
        staff The project should                                   in mid
                                                begin bidding               August


                                                                                             Agenda      Item      4 H

                                                                                                           Page       17

08 16 05 City Council     Meeting      Packet
64
       Lighted Crosswalks      Signal Override
                                      and         The lighted crosswalk project is
      complete            The
                      signal override portion has received additional funding from
      SLOCOG and as a result the project is now being completed       Most signals
      preemption devices have been installed Project funding issues have delayed
      the    project slightly         Staff issued     a    second   change order in late July to install
      vehicle identification units in the receivers                  Work is schedule to be complete in
      late August
       Price   Street at Dinosaur Caves                      Project funding has           been      approved by
       SLOCOG       Staff has completed the                  project study reports         A   new    schedule is

       pending
       Pier Avenue      Stairway         The  project is complete and open to the public
       Remodel       and building      addition at Corp Yard    The Remodel project has                    been
       deferred until                        of the Treatment Plant                    The    Building Addition
                           completion                                    project
       project    received      an   additional allocation of funds and            can now     proceed Plans
       are   being   reviewed for       bidding     after substantial progress is achieved at the
       treatment     plant
       Pavement                                            Pavement   Engineering Incorporated             has
                      Management System
       delivered the final draft of the PMS          update for staff review
       Chumash Park Phase II                  Complete Advertising for bids              on   the   parking   lot

       project began        in late   July
       Harbor View Waterline and Street    Repair Project Design is 100 complete
       Staff isreviewing plans      specifications Bidding has been delayed due to
                                         and
       staff workload   Advertising for bids will begin in early August
                     Park Fence                              The   project   is   complete
       Highland                        Replacement
       Ocean Boulevard Storm Drain Improvements        project is complete
                                                                        The
       Pismo Creek Watershed Management Plan    Staff is working with Salmon
       Enhancement to complete the Management Plan as stipulated by the Regional
       Water     Quality    Control Board
       Miscellaneous                   Seals and Shell Beach Road James                  Way        Advertisement
                            Slurry
       for bids   began     in late    July
       Longview              Design proposal being reviewed by staff
                     Waterline
       Dinosaur Caves Park     Staff is working with donors to complete the second and
       third phases of the donor supported projects which include the play areas lawn
       and                  Construction             the                     is 50     complete       Staff is also
             irrigation                         on         Amphitheater
                   with State Parks          on a           funded   project      to construct additional
       working                                      grant
       paths
       LED     Signal     Conversion          Staff has secured SLOCOG               funding    Staff has     begun
       working     on  funding       administration and is       working     on a    change    order to

       complete      the project along         with the     Signal Preemption project
       Sewer Trestle  Bridges             prepared a Council Agenda Report for
                                             Staff has

       approval      of
                   a design contract in August
       PXP Oil Expansion Project     Staff has met with County Water Quality Control
       Board and PXP representatives to discuss project impacts on traffic road
       conditions and groundwater



                                                                                              Agenda      Item      4 H

                                                                                                           Page     18


08 16 05 City Council Meeling Packel
65
          Corporate Yard      Materials   Storage    Staff is   reviewing   and   modifying plans for
          construction of materials       storage   areas



GIS DEVELOPMENT
GIS   now   has thefollowing layers Parcels streets sewer water tracts assessments
districts street functional classification pavement
                                                    management system zoning
coastal   zone     aerial
                      photo assessors parcel information Minor revisions to water and
parcel    data   complete Currently the Planning and Engineering divisions are using
                 are

GIS to provide enhanced services to the public and staff The Police Department is

working on an enhanced 911 system that will use GIS as a platform for geographic
data and display of the City streets and an aerial photo Staff has formed a GIS
committee to help guide GIS planning and to aid in the selection of software and
hardware compatible with future GIS plans The committee is currently
                                                                        considering an
interface with the existing laser fiche system




DEVELOPMENT REVIEW ACTIVITIES
During the month of July project development review staff performed plan checks for
15 single family homes and 2 commercial projects Construction for street and
                                                                              utility
upgrades on Stimson Avenue is continuing as well street and utility improvements at
James Way and Shamrock Lane Grading and wall construction is                 on the   continuing
Rancho Pacifica 2  project right behind City Hall               There    were   73      for
                                                                                     requests
information that were responded to Engineering                  staff issued 7 encroachment        permits
and performed 62 field inspections


TREATMENT PLANT STATUS REPORT
The project is on budget and on schedule       The Oxidation Ditch is near completion
Several electrical vaults have been set and conduits are being run The work on the
lab ops building continues with framing interior and
                                                     roofing structure near completion


Overtime      As of Julv 2005
Engineering                                     0
Gov t Buildings                             0
Park Maintenance                            4
StreetsDepartment                           16
Water Department                            7
Wastewater Department                       10
MV Operations                               0


Public Works and       Engineering   Total Dollar Overtime               Amount
                                                                Budget                          100 200 00
                                                        Amount     Expended                        9
                                                                                                   438   00
                                                        Amount     Remaining                     90 762 00




                                                                                      Agenda    Item     4 H

                                                                                                   Page   19

08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
66
                                       City   of Pismo Beach
Fire    Department
Dan Turner Fire Chief




 July 2005 Actiyity Report
Submitted        by    Battalion Chief Mike Harkness


Significant Emergency                 Incidents
Fire


As   we   mentioned in          our   June   report   we   had all   equipment   staffed   on the 4th of July
                                              in Shell Beach                  the streets    with special
We had two           engine companies                            patrolling
emphasis on Dinosaur Caves Park We had one engine company at the base of the
pier a lifeguard truck under the pier an engine company in Pismo Heights and a
rescue        squad on patrol         We also had     a   Battalion Chief committed to the         city   stationed
at the Command Post at the base of the                    pier working in close partnership          with the
Police Department Additionally both of                     ourengines at our County Fire Avila Valley
Station       were    staffed   in the event    we    called upon them to immediately assist within the

City

Engine companies responded to 17 emergency incidents within the city on the 4th
These included 4    reports of illegal fireworks in Shell Beach 5 reports of illegal
fireworks in Pismo Beach one illegal fire on the beach one vehicle accident one
structure fire assist in Arroyo Grande and two very small vegetation fires        5 by 5


On       21 engine companies from our Shell Beach and Bello Stations responded to
       July                                                                                                           a

structure fire on Bello Street The fire was smoking caused and was the result of

cigarettes dropped into carpet The woman involved suffered burns to her feet when
the    carpet ignited        at her feet when she fell       asleep

 On August        1    our   Shell Beach engine company responded with three other engine
 companies        to   a plane   crash just east of the San Luis Obispo Airport The crash
 consumed the           plane with     fire started   a   wildland fire and caused         one   fatality

 Lifeauards


 Lifeguards responded             to 21 water     rescues     and 27 medical aids     on  the beach in the
 month of July which is            a very busy month for us  Depending              on   weather and crowds
 we    will   again attempt      to extend work within our budget




                                                                                             Agenda Item 4 H
                                                                                                      Page 20

 08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
 67
 Our Junior        Lifeguard Program
                               was again very successful and
                                                                 popular this year with
 145  participants The program ends August 5th Under the administration of
                                                                                Captain
 Bill Grundler our Junior Guards placed 3rd overall in the Santa Barbara
                                                                            competition
 Three of our Junior Guards also took first place in individual events at the
                                                                              Regional s in
 Long Beach

             Special Projects
At the      request of residents         on   Longview Avenue fire staff investigated options for fuel
 reduction     on    the   privately owned lot      in county jurisdiction that encompasses the
drainage       below the homes           on   the north side of the street In mid July Captain Rick
 Howard scheduled             a   CDF fire    crew to clear an old access road that
                                                                                     parallels Longview
Ave below the homes on the north side                     This road will act      as a   both   a   firebreak and
fire equipment access road


            Fire Prevention
Fire Inspector Gil Portillo and Clint Bullard performed State Fire Marshal fire works
inspection on the pier before and during the July 4th public display They reported that
things ran smoothly and the vendor was in compliance

The weed abatement program for 2005 is now
                                                   complete All lots were inspected for
compliance     18 private lots were cleared by the
                                                    City contractor and the parcel will be
assessed the cost on their next property tax bill This
                                                          year Captain Inspector Jane
Schmitz and staff utilized a handheld computer that was connected to GPS This
helped reduce the amount of field inspection time and improved the accuracy of
identifying lots

The    new    construction                         review and field
                                  development                              inspection   programs     are   ongoing
and    on   target

         Statistics

                   Due to technical     dijJiculties no statistics   are   available for this month




                                                                                           Agenda          Item   4 H

                                                                                                            Page 21
08 16 05    City   Council   Meeting   Packet
68
    k

     f                1




             m
    H




                      II
     J


u
              Fr




7


l            v
                 f


             i                     POLICE DEPARTMENT MONTHLY REPORT
             J                                                             2005
                                                               July
    MONTHLY OVERVIEW
         1           Records Clerk Kim       Lang developed a media campaign to help us reduce the number of lost
                     children during   our   July 4th festivities This was an educational campaign aimed at teaching
                     parents   how a few simple steps on their part can greatly reduce the time it takes us to locate
                     lost children and reunite them with their families The campaign was targeted in the Central
                     Valley and was picked up by several newspapers and radio stations Where we would normally
                     have 5 6 reports of lost children this year we only had one report of a lost child
         2           The Police Departments Citizen Volunteers donated 93 hours of time during the month of July
         3           On July 6 8 the Police Department hosted a Children s Police Academy in conjunction with the
                     YMCA This is the second year for this event The year s class was well attended and the kids
                     had a great time learning about crime fighting and even how to march in formation
         4           Julie Castaneda was selected as our Employee of the Quarter for the 2    quarter of 2005 Julie
                     received this recognition for her impeccable work ethic her positive attitude and for her
                     willingness to help out other City departments at the drop of a hat Congratulations Julie
         5           Even with the town being completely full during the July 4th weekend summertime crime

                     statistics have been exceptional Thus far            we   have   enjoyed   a   very peaceful   summer season




    TRAINING SUMMARY
                                               in the month of July
                     No    training occurred


    DAR                   CRIMEPREVENTIONSUMMARY
                     20 juvenile   cases were    investigated by Juvenile       Detective Officer Jim      English   in the month of
                     July Five ofthose       cases   went to Diversion



    STA TIS TICAL INFORMA TION
             See attached report


    OVERTIME
                     Total aT    Budgeted      FY 03 04                   155 000
                     Total aT Spent YTD                                   12 606
                     Percentage OT Spent YTD                          8




                                                                                                               Agenda      Item     4 H

                                                                                                                             Page 22

    08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
    69
            Pismo Beach
            hike           Department

            alY f
            u
                   07101
                   105             07131101
                                              Report


                                                         Cumont p               CIuNd
                                                                                           y
                                                                                                            tit
                                                                                                           CIuNd     ChMae

              T                                                           100              1870      100                   0 06

              ToflIISOIfI               AaIvly
              ToflII Calls fer




              RobbeIy




             A8eaulla




             Burglary


             Theb




                           V        Theft                             0                0        1              1
                               IFreudIEl            4                 8                2        5              2
             V                                                       13                8        5              1
                                enses
                                Ol                                    1                0        3              3
             11 Sell Ol
                      enses                                           3                2        0              0
             0IIen notF                                               3                2        0              0
             D    UI                                                 14            14           1              1     100    00
                           lewal Drun                                21            19          28            27      25     00
             A11               Ol
                               enses                                1 2            81      173               100     1      13

             TotId CrImIIe R1poNd                                   251            1       281              173      12    54

             Totel                                                  128                        4
                                                                                               1                      11 11
             Adult                                                  110                    123                        10 56

             JwenIle                                                 18                        21                    14    28

             rront
             wAr                                                      0                         0




           PBPD     RiIpoIt       531010 PrInIId otI04I2OO




                                                                                                    Agenda    Item       4 H

                                                                                                                   Page 23
08 16 05   City    Council                     Packet
                                   Meeting
70
             Pismo Beach
             Polke
                 DeparbaeDt

                                             COO
             imIIY CASE
             HL                                          Ae
                                                         1
             JULY




                                                                 LV
             VIOLAllON DESCRlPl10N                               TOTAL
             PROHIBITS PERSON tHlER           AlCOHOL 0
                                              21 01              1
             SAFEl
             EEPING                                              1
             ANiMAl BITE                                         1
                         EST1NG CHILD
             ANNOYING OR IIOl                    tHlER 18        1
             ANYVEH IN       ACCIDENT CAUSING                    4

             APPROPRIATION OF LOST PROPERTY BY f1II
                                               ER                1

             AnENPTeD SUICIDE                                    2
             AUTO BURGI
                  ARY                                            2
                   TTERY                                         4
                   TTERY iml     SERlOUll800IlY INJURY           1

             BURGlAAY 1ST DEGREE                                 1
             BURGlAAY 2ND DEGREE                                 2
             CIVIL DISPUTE                                       1

             COURTESY REPORT                                     3

             CURFEW                                              1

             CURFEWV1OlATION                                     1

             OE
             ceASED  PERSON                                      1
             DEFRAlJl1NG AN tNNKEEPER

             DEFRAUDING      PROYlDER INTE TO PAY
                             tNO ll                              1
             DI         CONllUCrIDRUNK IN PUBUC
                            LY                                   20
             DOMESTIC DISPUTE DOCUMENTATION ONLV                 2
             ORMNO OUT OF ClASS                                  1
             DUI ALCOHOlAUI8 PERCENT
                 COHOI
                 JDRUGS
             DUI AL                                              18
             I1liENCE
             E              PROPERTY REPORT                      1
             FIGHTING IN PUBLIC PLACE                            2

             FOUND PROPERTY                                      18
             FRAUDUlENT   IINSUFF1ceNT
                          CHi
                          CI                       FUNDS         1
                        ENT
                        FRAUllUl USE OF CREDIT CARD              1
             ClENERALINCIDENT
             GRAND THEFT                                         1
             GRAND THEFT EXCEEDING 400 DOUNlS

             IMPOUNDED VEHICLE                                   3
             INRJCT CORPORJ L INJURY ON SPOUSEiCOHABfTANT        1

             Lf CONDUCT IN A PUllUC PlACE
             M                                                   1

             LDCN BENCHWAAlWlT FELONY                            1
             LDCN BENCH WARRANT MISDEMEANOR                      1
             LOSTISTOLEN  UCENSE PlATE                           1
             LDSTISTOLEN PROPERTY                                12
             MAKE ANNOYING TELEPHONE CALLS                       1

             MllDICAl ASSIST                                     1
             MISSING PERSON                                      4

             OFFENSIVE WDROSIPROOUCE VIOLENT REACTION            1
             OUTSIDE WARRANT FElONY                              4
             OUTSIDE WMRANT MlSD                                 7
             PAAKED MORE THAN 72 HOURS                           1
             PE1TY THEFT                                         14



                                                      41r111
                                                      OMW2OO61
                         MJS
                         OOSA      PrintId




                                                                         Agenda   Item   4 H

                                                                                   Page   24


08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
71
               PismoBeach
               PoIle    Dopartmoat

               MONTHLY CASE COUNT BY OFFENSE
               JUtY




                                                              uy
               VIOV11ON DESCRIPTION                           TOTAL
               POSSESS lIARJJ1JANA 1 OZ OR LESS               8
               P06SESS NARC011C CONTROUED SUllllTANCe         1
               P06SESSION OF CONTROUED 8UllSTANCE             2
               P06SESSION OF MARIJUANA It VEHICLE             1
               POSSESSION OF PARAPHERNI1 IA                   1
               P06SESSlON oF PRESCllIPT10tl MEDICATION        1
               P06SESSlON oFTOBACCOUNDeR 18                   1
               PROWUNGIPEEKING IN llOORN
                                  NOOW
                                  o                           1
               l
               IC
               PU SSIST                                       1
               RUNAWAY JUVENILE                               1
                       COHOL TO
               lALE oF AI         MlNOR D
                                  UNIlER21YEAR801             1
                      susPENOI ORJVERS LICENSE
                      O
                      llIREVOKl                               8
               SUSPICIOUS       S
                                ClRCUMSTANCl SEE RPT INFO     1
              ATN CRIME WI1H lNT TOTERRORIZE
              TliIlJ               NT                         3
              ATENlNGREStsnNG
              TliIlJ                 CUTlIEOfFICER
                                     EXl                      1
              THROW SUllllTANCE AT VEHlCLE                    1
              TRAFFIC ACciDENT                                18
              TRAFFIC INCIDENT                                2
              TR1JANCY
                                                              1
              UNOER INFLUENCE OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE         3
              UNLAWFUL DISPlAY EVIDENCE OF REGISTRATION       3
              UNUCENSEO ORIYER                                4
              VANDALISM 400 OR MORE DAMAGE                    2
              VANDALISM 400 TO 5 000                          1
                lSM
                VANDAI LESS THAN 400                          2
              V                   S                           8
              VANDALISMIORAFFITI                              2
              IOlAnON OF COURT OROER                          1
              IOlAnON OF PROSATIONITERMS OF PllOeATtO         1
              WIUFUl CRUELTY TO       D
                                      CHI                     1




              P8PD                                                                      2
              Rtiport   ooM
                        MIs    PrlnIMt        OMMtlODs 17 t
                                              l




                                                                      Agenda   Item   4 H
                                                                                Page   25

08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
72
       Pismo Beach
       Pollee      Deperlmeat

       INCIDENT STATISTICAL SUMMARY by Major UCR Categorl
       JULV



                                                               PIIMOUIl   PEIICEIIT    Y1IAIl   I8
                                                                                                PllIMO    PEIICEIIT
                                                                                      TO DAft    YIfAR




                                                          0         0           0          0        0
                                                          0         0                               0




                     RAPEATTI
                                                          l                                I        I          II
                                                                                                                00
                             IIPT                         0

                     OII
                     llOI
                     ING
                     FOHIlI                                                                         0


                                                                                                    J            I
                                                                                                                 ll
                                                                                           0




                             VA      STAIJOHO             0                                         3          33
                                      T                   0         1          00                               00
                     IIIIPU STAIJOHO                                                      14
                             TllNTllllDAl1ON                                                                   31


                                                                                           1                   JIll
                     UNLAWFULBlTRY NO          FORCE                2                     30       2
                      u
                      ATT lcu                             0


                                                          0
                     PURlE SNATCHING                      0                                2

                                                          10                                                     1
                                                                    2                     30       11

                              aPA11T8                     0                   400
                     IIICYCLIO                            0         I
                                                                    I         200         II                     0
                     COINOPERATED DEMCEa                  0         2                      3        2           50
                     wcmtER                                        20          10         50



                                                          0                   1            D        I            III
                               8
                     TRUCKS ANDIMI8I                      0

                     lIO eLEa
                     QRC
                     I                                                                     2        2
                                                          0
                     cmtERVWlICLa                                   0                      0        0




                                                          1                                1        I          iY
                     A8ANDONID                            0                      0         0        0            0
                     A   1    11UI   1NHA8ITID                                                      2

                     ATT                  D
                                          AllANDONI                 0            0                  0            0




           PlIPO
           Rtport IrIC
                  002A                             11
                              PrinIect 0l104I2OO6 14 41




                                                                                          Agenda Item        4 H
                                                                                                        Page   26


08 16 05   City    Council    Meeting      Packet
73
                                         PISMO BEACH COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT


SUBJECT I TITLE
JUNE 3D 2005 QUARTERLY INVESTMENT REPORT


RECOMMENDATION
That the      City Council       receive this      Report    as   information


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


Government Code Section 53646       as amended in 1995 and 1996 requires the Treasurer to

submit to the legislative body a Quarterly Investment Report containing
                                                                          specified information
including the market value of investment securities as of the date of the report

The attached June 30 2005                  Quarterly      Investment              includes the              information
                                                                         Report                  required
and     more



The      Report   shows        healthy   levels of investment funds
                                                                  including over 20 million in Total City
Pooled Funds             and      1 8 million in   General Fund Reserves     Between them these two
amounts include some                   4 7 million in Federal Government
                                                                          Agency investment securities
owned        by City almost 2 9 million in the Pooled Funds plus 1 8 million in
                  the                                                                                                 the
Reserves    At the bottom of the third column from the right the Report also shows that                               the
June 30 2005 Total Market Value of these Agency securities is about 113 010 below                                     the
 4 7 million Book Value   or Value at Maturity                  that some readers
                                                 Considering                     might be
concerned that the reduced Market Values may indicate that these
                                                                     City investments are
losing money the balance of this Summary will be devoted to explaining why such concerns
in this case are essentially 100 unnecessary   simply because these investments are very
secure    Please read on


In short if the         City   holds
                            on to each of the 18 federal
                                                           government agency securities listed in
the   Report until the Maturity Date listed for each security the City will receive all the interest
it is supposed to be earning plus 100      of the Value at Maturitv Or if the security is Called
by   the Agency that issued the security      as has happened several times over recent
                                                                                              years
the City will receive all the interest the City is due to that time plus 100     of the investment
principal or Value at Maturity The only way the City would get back anything less than
100      of the Value at Maturity is if the City decides to sell the security before its
                                                                                           Maturity
Date and the Market Value at the time of sale is less than the Value at
                                                                                               Maturity
On the Investment            Report the Market Value of a security is                an   indicator of the amount for
which the     City      could have sold the security on June 30 2005                  if the
                                                                              City needed to use the
money       and simply  could not wait until the security reaches full value s at the
                                                                                            Maturity
Date s       over the next 18 to 45 months or if the
                                                     City wanted to sell it for some otherreason

But    as long as the City                 the    security   it will continue
                                  owns                                         paying interest to the   City   typically
in    payments every six          months          For   example     earlier this year APS Financial       the company


                                                                                                   Agenda      Item    4
                                                                                                                       1
     08 16 05 City Council     Meeting   Packet                                                                        1
     74
                                                                                                                Page
that handles the                     and       selling     and other transactions related to these securities                        sent
                          buying
the   City   over  140 000 in interest payments that APS had received and accumulated over
the   past   several months on behalf of the City from the government agencies that issued the
securities


Another                   could be         How        secure    are   these   Agency    securities            The    answer        is that
             question
they   are   the most     secure         place    an   investor could put money other than into an FDIC insured
CD    or   bank account        or   into   a   U S     Treasury Bill In short just about as secure an investment
as one     could make


Also attached        as    information          are    the    Quarterly   Investment     Reports       for the       past four      fiscal

quarters      all in the       same      format      as   the June 30 2005           Quarterly    Investment          Report         At   a

similar place       on   these other four          Quarterly      Investment Reports it is noted that a year ago on
June 30       2004 the Market Value of the                        City s government Agency securities was about
 147 126 below the Book Value                             By September         30 2004     the Market Value                was      only
 75 767 below Book Value At the ends of the next two fiscal quarters the Market Value was
   486
   93   below Book at the end of December and dropped further to 165 969 below Book
at March 30 2005    The June 30 2005 Market Value of 113 010 below Book is almost
 53 000 better than the March 30 2005 Market Value


It should also be noted that since interest rates have been edging up in recent months and
are generally expected to go up more        it is reasonable to expect that future Quarterly
Investment Reports may    show Market Values even further below the Book Values than at
June 30 2005              However          regardless         of whether Market Values fall further below the Book
Values       or   rise above them          over   the next 18 to 45 months            if the   City   still   owns   the   security    on

the    security s Maturity          Date the           City   will receive the full     Value of        Maturity         on   that date
Thus while the Market Values may fluctuate up or down in the meantime and be                                               interpreted
as investment losses or gains these losses or gains will only be paper losses                                                 or  paper

gains       because if the         City    holds     on   to the securities until their        Maturity       Date   s    the   City will
then receive 100            of the Value at            Maturity       not 98 or 99      nor    101    or   102


In the meantime each   security continues to earn interest at its listed Current Earnings Rate
 or   interest rate       onprinciple amount shown as its Book Value as it has been doing
                               the full
since the City purchased the security      For example if the City continues to own all 18 of
the Agency securities listed in the June 30 2005 Quarterly Investment Report the City will
receive over 143 000 in interest earnings over the next 12 months as shown at the bottom
of the right hand column on the June 30 2005 Report




FISCAL IMPACT
No fiscal     impact from          the   report   itself      information     only

OPTIONS
No Council Action          proposed         or    requested       other than to receive the information




ATTACHMENTS                    1           June 30 2005          Quarterly Investment Report
                               2           March 30 2005          Quarterly Investment Report
                                                                                                                 Agenda         Item       1
                                                                                                                                           4
  08 16 05    City Council Meeting         Packet                                                                                  Page    2
  75
                         3        December 31 2004    Quarterly Investment Report
                         4        September   30 2004 Quarterly Investment Report
                         5        June 30 2004   Quarterly Investment Report


Prepared by     George       Edes Admin Services Director
                                                              Meeting   Date   August   16 2005




City Manager Approval
                                              4




                                                                                 Agenda    Item   4
                                                                                                  1
08 16 05 City Council   Meeting   Packet
76
                                                                                            Page 3
                                                                                                   car
                                                                                                         QUMlWLV r




                                               mE                                                                            M



     cnv




     looIl                   FIlIId




               IlMn




                                                                                   MOl
                                                                                   tr
                       1lIIIIl
                                                                                                          1MIIHII
                                                                                                   ot
                                                                                                   ac




                                                                                   cnv        Il



             RIND

                    lMa
                     tAiln
               l




     TYA     rH
             1ll                                                     a
                                                                     IllllIll                             II
                                                                                                          tMIIl

              e
              c                                                                                                0    BIB

                                                                  1ftTAI              1ItNt
                                                                                                                    l
                                                                                                                    t
                                                                                                                    dIIIl8


                             FIlIlII




                   u



                                                              RiIIllIJdlll
                                               IDOlA


                       u
                                                                  wnM                     n




       va                        t

                                       1                                 tOllIIl
                                                                                   0Ilp
                                 4



                           lrt                         CllP            tpalclr
                                     podlaIo                      tl




                                                                                                                                 Agenda   Item    1
                                                                                                                                                  4

08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet                                                                                                       Page   4
77
                                                                                          Qlrol
                                                                                                  Y         wn




                                              mil
              cnv         JIt




                                                        a
                                                        MIg
                                                1loId
      I                               PWId
                                                                                                                                             1

                                                                                                                   dl
                                                                                                             l1dIY
                                                                                                             l
                                                                                                             1Ll1IO   lL
                                                                                                                      o
                                1Mt

                      u

                                                                       lINHt        tW11t
                                                                                    16                                             1                      m
                                                              UllOS                 117       Of


                                                                      11                    ot


                                                                                                                                   Ill TIt           7    1
                                                                                  It4HI                                            I
                                                                                                                           lUll
                                                                                                                        l
                                                                                                                        L UlIM
                                                                                                                        I8 JJ
                                                            InII       cnv


                    Ill
                                                                                                             ll
                                                                                                             LlIll
                                                                                                             O Laa O
                      1
                      aM                                      18l5     1f                     t1


                                                              a07                   111
                                tl
                                a




      TV
                                                                                                                        IIll       1B
                                                                                                                                   IJ
                                                                            IlN
                                                                                                           u
                                                                                                           l dI
                                                                                                              OI
                                                                                                           lW L                                  Il
                                                                                                                                                 LJl

      lalII                       IN
                                  iI
                                                                                                                        L
                                                                                                                        YII
                                                                                                                        JI
                    ow


                          us




                                 a
                                u k
                                                              AI R           O
                                                                                                             DiiiliIi   DiiiliIi
                                                            TdMI

                                                                                                                                                 114l 1

                    oe
                     w t                                l
                                         1                                        PDal
                                                               AN
                                                                      o
                                                                      p


      M
                                                  cw          ol       lIIllbI
      n               w                      pcIINo                    to                             Of




                                                                                                                                       Agenda       Item      4 1
08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
                                                                                                                                                          Page   5
78
                                                                                         OIfal
                                                                         M           IlIIl1B r
                                                                                     ClU Y




                                    J
                                    L
                                    I
     a1V




             IiIIIIll
                        lIIf
                        1                                                                                130146IO


                                                                                                        lI L iiiil
                                                                                                        J l
                                                                                                        L  J
                                                                                                        l lI
                                                                                                                                            I




                                                                                               fir



                                                         UlIlJ
                                                         lIo


                                                         attfllo                    1Hl1w4t                                1   1
                                                                                    liIM4
                                                                                    D



                                                                                                        I8IlIIIl
                                                                                                        LLJ      tlIIll                lI
                                                                                                                                       L
                                                                                                                                       I
                                                          twr           CIfY
                                                                                                        IIII
                                                                                                        Lf UWlI O
                                                                                                        IlI JI8f
           m
           u
                                                         1         Il   oll                   MlItCII
                                                                                              ft



                    1liIr




     VA
     1     1fI
           N                                                                                                              dIll
                                                      M
                                                    Ttn                    R
                                                                                                        LJdIllI     1l JJ
                                                                                                                    L LA
                                                                                                                    O                  I
                                                                                                                                       L
                                A



                        lll
                        FIlI                                                                            LL
                                                                                                        8B lB
                                                                                                           Jl

     R      ft              wnM


              U




                    ualIw
                                                    lnTM                       ft             wrnt
                                                                                                        I l
                                                                                                        l iili
                                                                                                        l1Dli E
                                                    TIIIIIlIOIIIII




           vO               1
                            t

                                             iIIIIJOlI                  o


                                         a               fII
             tIIlIlJ
                                    pcddIo




                                                                                                                                   Agenda       Item    1
                                                                                                                                                        4
08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet                                                                                                             Page   6
79
                                                                                                    ClIraf
                                                                                                QUIllIIhIlLy



                                      CoO
                                             mE
           nrrv

                                             Mo
                                             a
                                                        a
                                                        Mo
                                                      1II1mNs


                                                                                                                     lltJlI   l
                                                                                                                              ll
                                                                                                                     Z11
                                                                                                                     Ual      l
                                                                                                                              LlldIl
                                                                                                                              1

             1blIt


                                                                              lllWHI           Ot
                                                                                               IWiIII
                                                                                                                                                         m
                                                                              I                OJ


                                                                     IIIlft
                                                                                                        cJI
                                                                                                        M
                                                                                                                                l1a
                                                                              tWI5

                                                                                               Jt
                                                                                               OHl


                                                                                                                     IIIIIIII
                                                                                                                     L auII   J iI
                                                                                                                                I
                                                                                                                              L LJIl
                                                                      Y
                                                                TnrAl tn               cn


               n
                                                                                                                     tt
                                                                                                                     L iIIlIM
                                                                                                                     I l
                                                                                                                       L LI   dl
                                                                                                                              O
                         laM                                     t    lIno        ft           as
                                                                                               2l        II
                                                                                                                                                     e
                     u

                         II1II
                                                                                                                                       P
            FMIrIi

                                                                                                                                       l   1l11
                                                                 CllllIll
                                                                 4                          os
                                                                                                                              IWl     I
                                                                                                                                      AII
                                                                TnrAl                  A

                                                                                                                     LLJ
                                                                                                                     IllI
                                                                                                                     lAI lU           Y
                                                                                                                                      L1
                                                                                                                                      IlI         L
                                                                                                                                                  AII

      lI   I
           I9fIfrt
                                                                                                                     L
                                                                                                                     I
                                                                                                                     M
      n           nN


                     U    IIIII




                         11
                                                           IlAl
                                                           Tl A                            n




                                                           TIIIW                                              Ill
                                                                                                                                                  40 1

                   0

                                                           rt                               PllGl
                                            1ItlnNj
                                  a
                                                                              p
                                                                              eo
                                  4



      AI                      h
                                                 I
                                                 CIr                 oI
      n                                     lIlIh
                                            CICIl ta                                                            t
                                                                                                                oI




                                                                                                                                           Agenda Item          4
                                                                                                                                                                1
08 16 05 City Council                 Meeting          Packet                                                                                            Page   7
80
                                                                                      ClIIr
                                                                                 QUMllM         rJllJlClllT
                                                                                                v




                                       lI
                                       D
    crrylllVllcnRMl8




      1lIld

       looII               Flnl


                                                                                                                  L
                                                                                                                  m
                                                                                                                  d
                       hi


                                                                                                                                7 10
               l                                                                                                                            om
                                                                   a

                                                                                                                                            m
                                                                                                                                            o
                                                                   UDInIo

               1                                                                                                     HI        C
                                                                   t

                                                                                                                            C
                                                                             04        K
                                                                                       Map

                                                                                                                  lI
                                                                                                                  II
                                                                                                                  LJ
                                                                                                                  IIl
                                                                             TOfALDTY
                                                                                                              JgBIQI
                                                                                                              L      Bl
                                                                                                                     i
                                                                                                                     LL Z5I
                                                                                                                     Il Il
              ANl


               HaMt                                                          1
                                                                             2             2l
                                                                                           ffllltMll

                                                                                                                           C
                       8d                               n


               u

                                                0


                                                                   UIlO7lo
                                                                                                                          YIIf
                                                                                     Mll
                                                                                                        t
                                                                                                        llI L lIIII
                                                                                                        l JA L L
                                                                                                            I
                                                                                                            Il 1 l
                                                                                                               l    IIII               l
                                                                                                                                       L
                               lIlI



       UoII
                                                                                                              lIT L
                                                                                                              L IT
                                                                                                              BI lBI
               n                              rA


                   u




                       u    11I

                                                                  tJfM
                                                                  1 a                 MIUl
                                                                                                              Lla         iiiiL
                                                                  MIla tt
                                                                  1
                                                                                                                                        1111 123


                       WulDIII
                                                        tBlooII                         PaaI
                                       MarINf
                                  a                                          OlIlp



                                      tlIIt                                  P
                                                                             f
                                                CIill
    n                       IIlIIlI
                            fIlII




                                                                                                                                   Agenda   Item          4
                                                                                                                                                          1
08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet                                                                                                               Page   8
81
                             PISMO BEACH COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT



SUBJECTITITLE
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PISMO BEACH
ADOPTING GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO 04 0026 TO CLARIFY THE TIMING
AND FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES  OF FUTURE  ROAD   IMPROVEMENTS
BETWEEN HIGHLAND DRIVE AND PRICE CANYON ROAD AND CERTIFYING THE
ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENT PREPARED FOR THE AMENDMENT AND FOR A
RELATED SUBDIVISION   TRACT 2554   PROPOSED FOR AN AREA OFF
HIGHLAND DRIVE PACIFIC ESTATES PLANNING SUBAREA N 3


RECOMMENDATION
Adopt the     Resolution     approving      the clarification to the General Plan     policy   and   adopting
the Negative Declaration Environmental Determination as                            recommended             the
                                                                                                      by
Planning Commission at their June 28 2005 meeting Exhibit A
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The   applicant PVP Investment Group submitted an application for a subdivision last
year   Review of the subdivision resulted in a need for clarification of a General Plan

policy The applicant therefore submitted a General Plan Amendment request to amend
policy LU N 21 b in June 2004 An Environmental Initial Study was prepared for the
amendment and for the related subdivision request The initial study was circulated to
referral agencies and interested parties twice Revisions were made to the        based         study
on   comments received


On November 9 2004 the               Planning   Commission reviewed the Amendment              request     and
conceptually reviewed the proposed subdivision At                     that    meeting   the Commission
adopted Resolution 04 0026 recommending the City                      Council approve the        proposed
General Plan Amendment


Prior to the             Council s consideration of the Amendment
                  City                                                request scheduled for
January   4   2005 the     Applicant  discussed the item with staff and submitted additional
changes    to the General Plan Amendment language with the goal of further clarifying the
intent of that policy statement   This prompted staff to recirculate the Environmental
Initial Study for additional comments    This Amendment             and Environmental
                                                                            request
Determination      are now     before the              Council for action
                                                City                          Minutes and the        adopted
Planning Commission resolutions from                   the November 9       2004   meeting   and June 28
2005 meetings are attached as Exhibits                 7 8 9   10

The item for   City Council        action includes


1    A Land Use Element amendment that affects future street                             improvements
between Highland Drive and Price
                                 Canyon Road See Attachment B



08 16 05 City Council              Packet                                             Agenda     item 5 A
                         Meeting
82                                                                                                   Page    1
The requested General Plan amendment would amend the Land Use Element Planning
Area standard to clarify the timing and financial responsibilities for improvement of a
road connection between Highland Drive and Price Canyon Road


The General Plan Amendment was initiated because of the                                    policy   s   apparent effect         on a

subdivision proposed by the applicant Vesting Tentative Tract No 2554 This tract is
the subdivision of 58 acres of vacant land into 68 low density residential lots ranging in
size from 5 000 to 11 700 sJ                        large lots that vary in size from 3 1
                                               and four                                                             to 31 3   acres

The subdivision site is                                                                                             of the    City   of
                                   an     undeveloped area at the northern boundary
Pismo Beach          west of       Highland          Drive       east of Pismo Creek and the Southern Pacific
Railroad and north of           Hwy       101


Vesting  Tentative Tract 2554 is consistent with the General Plan except that the
General Plan policy on the connection between Highland Drive and Price Canyon Road

implies that this connection should be made at this time with this subdivision Related
Circulation Element          appear to suggest otherwise Therefore the applicant has
                              policies
requested a clarification of the timing for these road improvements    Because the
subdivision instigated the need for the general plan amendment and  the Council may

be interested in details of that subdivision                        a   discussion and map have been attached
Attachment C and Exhibit 2


Following     Council action              on    the General          Plan    amendment           and     the environmental
determination         note below               the                  Commission            will act      on    the    discretionary
                                                      Planning
permit application          for the subdivision


2   Review of related environmental document                                See Attachment 0


An environmental document has been prepared for both the General Plan amendment
and the proposed subdivision The Planning Commission has recommended adoption
of the     environmental determination                       a    Mitigated Negative          Declaration              If the    City
Council    adopts      the clarification to the General Plan                         Amendment               and    approves the
environmental document                   the environmental determination for the subdivision will have

been made when the             Planning         Commission reviews the subdivision


FISCAL IMPACT
The General Plan Amendment would not affect the                                City financially          since the cost of a
road     connection         from     Highland          Drive       to Price    Canyon Road               has always been
envisioned to be financed      by affected landowners                           If the subdivision is later approved
the    cost   of    improvements would be borne by                             the developer       There would be
incremental increases in the cost of                                        services to the                   residents        which
                                                             providing                               new

would partially be paid by impact fees                        Park maintenance costs will rise                  slightly     with the
dedication of the 3 1          acre      parcel to the Price Historic Park Property taxes                            will continue
to reimburse the        City   for   a   portion of the expense of providing City services

OPTIONS
1         Approve      the General Plan Amendment and                          adopt       theNegative             Declaration       as

          recommended           by   the    Planning         Commission       or   with   changes

                                                                                                             Agenda     item         5 A
08 16 05   City   Council   Meeting      Packet
83                                                                                                                            Page    2
2        Deny  the Amendment and do not certify the Environmental Determination   A
         denial must be based on specific          of inconsistency with
                                          findings                       policies or
                                                                                   City
         regulations
3        Continue the      project  with direction to staff or the applicant on what aspects of the
         project   and   or   environmental determination must be further analyzed


ATTACHMENTS
A       Resolution No 04 0226
B       Proposed  General Plan Amendment
C       Discussion of Proposed Vesting Tentative Tract No 2554
D       Environmental Analysis


EXHIBITS
1       Environmental Initial        Study
2       Subdivision  Map         reduced to fit page
3       LeUer   requesting       General Plan Amendment from       Applicant s agent
4       General Plan Amendments per Municipal Code
5       General Plan and Zoning Code Consistency Charts
6       General Zoning Development Standards
7       Resolution from        Planning Commission meeting on 11 09 04
8       Minutes from        Planning Commission meeting on 11 09 04
9       Resolution       from Planning Commission meeting on 6 28 05
10      Minutes fromPlanning Commission meeting              on   6 28 05
11      Correspondence Received


Prepared by Joseph Boud Consultant Planner
Reviewed by Carolyn Johnson Planning Manager Judy Lautner Planning Specialist
Approved by Randy Bloom Community Development Director
Meeting Date August 16 2005



City Manager Approval                  k




08 16 05 City Council    Meeting   Packet                                       Agenda    item   5 A
84                                                                                          Page   3
                                               Attachment A
                                          RESOLUTION NO 05


       A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PISMO BEACH
             ADOPTING GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT NO 04 0026
      PLANNING AREA                OAK PARK HEIGHTS PACIFIC ESTATES SUBAREA N 3




WHEREAS             P P
                    v       Investment              Group      Applicant           has submitted      an    application   to the

       of Pismo Beach to                            General Plan      policy by requesting                  Amendment to the
City                              clarify   a                                                        an

Pismo Beach General Plan                    Land Use Element for Oak Park                          Heights      Pacific Estates
Subarea N 3 and


WHEREAS            the          Council held            duly noticed public hearing on August                      16 2005 at
                         City                         a

which all interested persons              were       given the opportunity to be heard and

WHEREAS            the    City    Council           has considered            the    draft    Negative       Declaration with

Mitigation    of Environmental               Impacts           in    accordance with              section    15074   a    of the
Government Code CEQA Guidelines                               and


WHEREAS         Planning Commission of the City of Pismo Beach reviewed and
                   the
recommended   approval to the City Council of the clarification to the General Plan policy
language through an Amendment to the General Plan and recommended adoption of
the                               Declaration at          a   public hearing         held    on   June 28 2005
       Mitigated Negative

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED                                    by   the    City   Council of the     City   of Pismo Beach
California    as   follows


A         FINDINGS REQUIRED FOR GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENTS PURSUANT TO
          MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 17 56 070


          1        The    proposed amendment that would eliminate the requirement at this
                   time of   improving a road from Highland Drive to Price Canyon Road is
                    internally consistent with the intent of the General Plan

          2        The   proposed amendment                     would not be detrimental to the                 public   interest
                    health safety convenience                   or   welfare of the     City

          3         The site      physically suitable including access provIsion
                                   is                                                                                of utilities

                    compatibility with adjoining land uses and absence of physical                                 constraints
                    for the     requested       I   anticipated      land   use    development       s    and


          4         The    proposed         amendment is in                 compliance        with the       provisions   of the
                    California Environmental                  Quality   Act CEQA




                                                                                                            Agenda    item    5 A
08 16 05 City Council      Meeting      Packet
85                                                                                                                        Page 4
B           THE  CITY COUNCIL APPROVES THE CLARIFICATION LANGUAGE TO A
            GENERAL PLAN LAND USE PLANNING AREA POLICY AND ADOPTS THE
            MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION
            AS RECOMMENDED BY THE PLANNING COMMISSION AND DESCRIBED IN
            ATTACHMENT B




UPON          MOTION         of   Councilmember                   seconded          Councilmember
                                                                              by
                        the   foregoing    Resolution is   hereby approved   and             the   16th
                                                                                   adopted
day    of   August    2005   by the following   role call vote to wit


AYES
NOES
ABSTAIN
ABSENT




 Mary   Ann Reiss       Mayor


ATTEST




Lori   Grigsby    CMC    City Clerk


Approved      as to   form




David Fleishman         City Attorney




                                                                               Agenda    item      5 A
08 16 05 City Council   Meeting   Packet
86                                                                                           Page 5
                                                        Attachment B
                                       Proposed         General Plan Amendment


Prooosed General Plan Amendment
Description       of General Plan Amendment
Discussion of General Plan Amendment

          Map     1       Pacific Estates General Plan             Designations
          Map    2        Zoning Map Designations
          Map     3       Proposed Tentative Tract Map                 No 2554


Descriotion of General Plan Amendment
Pursuant to the City of Pismo Beach Municipal Code Chapter 17 56 010 attached
Exhibit 4 the General Plan for the City of Pismo Beach is proposed to be amended to
accommodate and enable the                          requested approval of the proposed Vesting Tentative
Tract     Map    2554        The amendment               proposed by the aoolicant follows Note At the
June 28 2005              meeting      the   Planning     Commission recommended additional                   changes      to

clarify   this   policy    as   discussed below


Land Use              Amend the Oak Park               Heights    Pacific Estates Subarea N 3             LU N 21 b
                      Soecific Develooment Criteria standards with the following language
                      amendment in bold italic


                      b    Hiahland Drive Extension
                           Highland        Drive shall be extended to connect with Price                  Canyon        Road
                           This extension shall include            a   grade separated crossing           of the railroad

                           Except      for the two      areas    nearest to James          Way    additional residential

                           development off Highland Drive for areas outside of the Pismo
                           Beach city limits shall not be approved until the Highland Drive
                           extension is completed future development of such properties in
                           the       Highland       Drive   area    shall pay       a      fair share      contribution
                           toward          the      Highland     Drive    extension          as    more      specifically
                           established in the            Specific      Plan   required     for Price    Canyon      Area
                           Planning Area R              See also
                           Circulation Element C 1            Street Classification Plan



Discussion of General Plan Amendments
The   applicant       proposing to improve the Highland Drive extension across the creek
                       is not
and   over the          as suggested by the above policy and is requesting an
                      railroad
amendment to the General Plan to clarify the Highland Drive extension requirement It
is the applicant s belief that a circulation improvement of this magnitude was envisioned
to be improved when the Sphere of Influence properties in the Price Canyon Road
Planning     Area LU R               are   considered for annexation and         development            Staff   concurs

with this assertion             as   this road      segment   would be    integral to the inland        arterial
circulation      improvement           and all General Plan Circulation Element exhibits note                      an

inland arterial                                           outside the    city   limits   The   required Specific        Plan
                       improvement occurring
for the Price         Canyon Planning            area   would be the     appropriate       vehicle to   identify funding

                                                                                                    Agenda         item   5 A
08 16 05 City Council        Meeting       Packet
87                                                                                                                   Page 6
and   responsibility for this improvement As further evidence of the intent of this road
improvement policy the Vesting Tentative Tract No 2554 property is within the City
limits is directly serviced and accessible via existing improved
                                                                  City streets is
designated by the General Plan and Zoning for the development proposed and the
Price Canyon Road Planning Area SOl properties have no connection to the
                                                                                City street
system

The elimination of this road           improvement          from the  proposed subdivision does not create
significant      Level of Service       or    traffic circulation   impacts according to the Traffic Report
prepared for       the   project     If future annexations do not          occur     and the connection to Price
Canyon       Road is     never   built there will be negative impacts to Highland Drive as it is
                                                            no

improved        at this time    Highland Drive is adequate to serve the existing development in
the   area     and traffic   generated from Tract 2554 A modification to the policy would result
in this connection           being   built at   a   different time        in       different
                                                                     or        a               configuration through
annexation of county property adjacent to the City Approval of this subdivision without
the requirement for a connection to Price Canyon Road does not preclude the creation
of such    a   connection in the future


The  Planning Commission suggested additional language changes to the General Plan
policy to more specifically identify which properties encompass the areas outside the
current city limits and the
                             Highland Drive area     Since any property considered for
annexation would also have to be within the Price Canyon Planning Area          Sphere of
Influence as it exists now or if amended in the future it is suggested that the
                                                                                proposed
language accommodate this circumstance The recommended language is as follows

Land Use           Amend the Oak Park        Heights Pacific Estates Subarea N 3 LU N 21 b
                   Specific Development Criteria standards with the following language
                   amendment in      ita
                                     bollidc


                   b     Hiahland Drive Extension

                         Highland  Drive or an alternative circulation connection shall be
                         extended to connect with Price Canyon Road         This extension shall
                         include a grade separated crossing of the railroad   Except for the two
                         areas   nearest to James           Way additional residential development off
                         Highland     Drive for     areas   outside of the Pismo Beach city limits and
                         within the Price  Canyon Planning Area Sphere of Influence shall
                         not   beapproved until such an extension is completed future
                         development of such properties in this Sphere of Influence area
                         shall pay a fair share   contribution toward the Highland Drive
                         extension as more specifically established in the Specific Plan
                         required for Price Canyon Area Planning Area R See also
                         Circulation Element C 1         Street Classification Plan




                                                                                                 Agenda   item 5 A
08 16 05   City Council Meeting      Packet
88                                                                                                          Page   7
                                         MAP 1
                       Pacific Estates General Plan     Designations
                                                LU 20
                                       Figure


         Figure LU 20                                     I   n   Low Density          I


         N 3 Pacific Estates                                      COmmercial


                                                                  Open Specs

                                                                  New Frontage Roadl
                                                                  SlKl Policy C 7




                                                                                Agenda     item   5 A
08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
                                                                                             Page   8
89
                                                   MAP 2
                                           Zoning Map Designations




                                                RSL




08 16 05 City Council   Meeting   Packet                             Agenda   item   5 A
90
                                                                                Page 9
                                                      MAP 3
                               Proposed Vesting     Tentative Tract   Map   No 2554




           II

                 I




                                                                                           c



           G

                             P

            I
            I        m

            I
           III




                         r
           II
            1IIIil
           I             i
           t



                                                                                      Agenda   item 5 A
08 16 05   City      Council     Meeting   Packet
                                                                                               Page   10
91
                                                 Attachment C
                    Discussion of    Proposed Vesting         Tentative Tract               No 2554
                                                                                     Map

Discussion of Proposed Vestina Tentative Tract No 2554
1  Description of Vesting Tentative Tract No 2554
2 Zoning and General Plan Designations
3     Required Applications          and   Agency Approvals
4     Parkland Dedication
5     Pismo Creek Recreation Trail
6     James       Way   to Downtown Trail
7     Street    System
8     Sewer Facilities
9     Storm Water Runoff
10 Affordable         Housing

Planning Commission           review of the tentative tract map will follow the Council s action                on
the   proposed        General Plan amendment if approved
                                                             The Council will          take    only
action       on   the map if the    Planning Commission          s   determination is         appealed

Description of Vestina Tentative Tract Map 2554
The       project    is the subdivision of 58
                                        acres of undeveloped land into 68 low
                                                                                density
residential lots ranging in size from 5 000 to 11 700 s in area and four
                                                      f                  large lots that
vary in size from 3 1 to 31 3 acres The area to be developed with the residential lots
encompasses about 6 acres while the remaining lots vary from 3 1 to 31 3 acres and
total 51 40 acres


Lots 1         68 the 68 residential lots
                                     are each to be developed with one
                                                                          single family
residence  The 3 1 acre Lot 70 is to be dedicated to the City for the expansion of the
Price Historical Park Portions of Lots 71 and 72 may be dedicated in fee or as trail
easements to implement the Pismo Creek trail
                                             system

Zonina and General Plan Desianations
The property to be developed is in two zoning districts Low
                                                            Density Residential RSL
and Open Space OS      The 68 residential lots lot 70 and lot 71 on the west side of
Pismo Creek are all in the RSL zone The 8 5 acre Lot 71 is entirely within the FEMA
100 Year Flood Boundary Zone A and as a result its development potential is
                                                                                                         severely
limited  Lots 69 and 72 are in the OS zone   The property is designated Low Density
Residential and Open Space in the City s General Plan and is within the Pacific Estates
Planning Area


Reauired Applications and Aaency Approvals
The       project   includes the   following applications

      General Plan amendment               Land Use Element          to   clarify   the   requirement   to extend
      a   road from    Highland    to Price            Road
                                              Canyon
    Tentative        Tract Map 2554        subdivision of              into 72 lots
                                                            property

                                                                                             Agenda     item   5 A
08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
92                                                                                                      Page   11
       Environmental Initial           Study    environmental review


                                   whose                 is
Other     public agencies                     approval        required

Permits may be required from the California Department of Fish and Game U S Fish
and Wildlife Service and the U S Army Corps of Engineers for work within riparian
areas Permits are required from the Air Pollution Control District for certain construction

activities and California Division of               Forestry for   fire related matters


Parkland Dedication

Municipal      Code        chapter 16 70 040 specifies              the      City s requirements         for Parks and
Recreation Land             Requirements noting that if             a    new    subdivision of 50        or more    lots is

proposed       within       a    one    half mile distance of       a    site   designated     for   a   future    park or
recreational          the General Plan Parks and Recreation element and the
                    facility by                                                                                   park site
is needed to       the future needs of the residents of the subdivision the subdivider
                     serve

shall dedicate land for a local park sufficient in size and topography to serve the
residents of the subdivision The amount of land to be dedicated for Tract 2554 is
calculated     using the following             section 16 70 040 formula


68      no   of lots     x      2 32    avg    no   of persons unit      x   0 00928     acres     required   person
 1
 464      acres     total    area      required   to be dedicated


Tract 2554 proposes to satisfy this                    parkland     dedication      requirement by creating              and

offering Lot 70 of the tract a 3 1                    acre     parcel    that abuts the southern           and eastern
boundaries of the Price Historical Park                        This parkland      offer exceeds that        required by
the Code


The  City of Pismo Beach Price Historic Park Master Plan area is located adjacent to the
proposed subdivision According to the Master Plan the 3 1 acre area of Lot 70
generally reflects the location of the proposed Chumash Historical Village the Rock
Stone Corral a portion of the proposed Campground areas a Vista Gazebo and

pedestrian pathways      The dedication of this property through this subdivision is

compatible with and completes the acquisition of land area within the City limits
necessary for the envisioned development plan for most of the Price Historic Park This
is a regional park that will be available to both the community and residents of the
proposed Tract 2554

The Parks           Recreation and Beautification Commission reviewed the dedication offer                                on

October 7           2004        and recommended that the dedication be found consistent with the
master              and recommended the                             the                 into the   park system
             plan                                    City accept             property

Pismo Creek Recreation Trail

Proposed public improvements associated with Tract 2554 also include an offer to
dedicate a 25 wide path that generally follows the existing road leading from the
railroad  underpass and along Pismo Creek to the Price Historic Park                                      This 25 wide
offer will be improved by the applicant as a pedestrian and bicycle path                                  in accordance
with the improvement standards in the Pismo Creek Trail Plan


                                                                                                     Agenda       item   5 A
08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
                                                                                                                   Page   12
93
 The   alignment of this trail through the property generally follows the suggested route
 identified in the Pismo Creek Recreational Path
                                                   Study Report commissioned by the City
 in February 2004 This Report was prepared with the intent to               the best route    identify
for   a             Pismo Beach to State Route 227 in Edna
          path linking                                       It also closely follows the
path of the historic De Anza Trail As discussed in the Price Historic Park Master Plan
the dedication and improvement of this trail
                                             through the proposed Tract 2554 property
implements the Portola Anza Mission Trail Pismo Creek Trail Action Items discussed in
the   plan

The Parks               Recreation     and    Beautification   Commission reviewed the Pismo Creek
Recreational Path Study                Report   on     October 7 2004 and recommended that the
                                                                                               City
Council adopt the plan


James Way to Downtown Trail
A second offer to dedicate a                       trail easement through the southern portion of Tract
                                           bicycle
2554 is also          proposed       see   Exhibit C     A portion of this easement is within an                  existing
60    paper road and would lead from the Highland Drive James Way intersection along
the south and westerly portions of the Tract 2554
                                                   property where it abuts the railroad
right of way and connect with the proposed offer of dedication trail in the vicinity of the
railroad underpass as described above     If improved this trail linkage would improve
pedestrian and bicycle access from the easterly portion of the       in the          of theCity           vicinity
Outlet Center to the Price Historic Park                   as   well   as   to downtown Pismo Beach                   The
applicant would              make     the offer   to    dedicate     the    easement to           the
                                                                                                   City         for future
development but             the   applicant   would not be     responsible       for its   improvement
Street System
The residential lots would front                on streets including Street A and the
                                                       seven   new

extension          of     Clydell Way
                             into the tract As part of the circulation improvements
proposed for Tract 2554 Street A will be improved as a two lane fully improved minor
arterial street within a 60 wide right of way to allow for possible future extension into
the  adjacent County properties                      All streets   will     be   improved         to   comply    with     the
provisions of Municipal Code Title                   16 Subdivisions


Street      A      will
                     provide the principal access to the proposed residential tract s minor
streets     as   wellprovide improved access to the Price Historic Park from Highland Drive
Street     A will terminate at the northern property line and
                                                               by doing so may establish a
future     circulation connection into Sphere of Influence
                                                              properties to the north    An
emergency                road continues from the end of Street A north
                    access
                                                                         beyond the Tract
2554       property along an existing road through land located in San Luis Obispo County
and       terminates at Vetter Lane      This secondary emergency access road will be
improved          18 wide all weather surface road constructed to CDF standards and
                 as an

have restricted ingress and egress to the general public
                                                         except for emergency vehicles
and in emergency situations    It is recommended that this road be maintained      the                               by
Homeowners Association for Tract 2554 until such time that it is
                                                                   improved to City
standards and offered for dedication to the City
                                                      Mitigation Measure 6c of the
Environmental Initial Study requires such maintenance



08 16 05    City   Council Meeting Packet                                                          Agenda       item      5 A
94                                                                                                                        13
                                                                                                                Page
Sewer Facilities
The   sewer      system and          associated     pipelines        will be   gravity   fed to the lower     western

portion    of   the property                           proposed to carry sewage into an existing
                                       A lift station is

pipeline     located      on   the   adjacent property and ultimately to the wastewater treatment
facility

Storm Water Runoff
The site is       generally      down     sloping   in   a   westerly     direction toward Pismo Creek             which
flows to the Pacific Ocean                Pismo Creek and two intermittent                  drainage    channels flow

through    the site in     an    east west direction          One small wetland          occurs on    the west bank of
Pismo Creek All three channels contain associated                              riparian vegetation along       most of
the identified watercourse                but the two intermittent channels               essentially disappear      on

the flat alluvial    plan      between the      steeper      canyons and Pismo Creek


The 68 lots        are   to be created       on  the upper slope of the property not within any of the
riparian   areas         but   drainage     pipes and other utilities will be routed through part of the
riparian     area    and       directed     into a new dual purpose Drainage BasinIWetland Area
located      on    Lot 72 that will         provide for sediment removal energy dissipation and
biological      enhancement             Best Management Practices BMPs will be implemented at
the inlets and outlets of              all storm drain facilities and at the discharge point from the
wetland enhancement basin


Affordable Housina
The   City   Council       adopted     an ordinance in May 2000 that establishes a                     requirement for
developers        to create      or   provide fees or land for affordable housing                       as part of any

residential                           that creates five                    lots        homes   The    requirement   is to
                  development                                 or more             or

provide      affordable unit for every ten homes
             one                                                             In this    case   the   requirement   is for
seven affordable units



The                  may meet this          requirement by       one      of the   following   methods
      developer


          Build the affordable units either              on   site   or   within three miles of the site

          Pay an     in lieu fee
          Dedicate     existing Dwelling Units for affordable housing equal to or greater than
          the     equivalent value to the applicable in lieu fee which would otherwise be
          required
          Dedicate        property for affordable housing equal to or greater than the
                          real
          equivalent value to the applicable in lieu fee which would otherwise be required
          Use a combination of the above methods subject to approval of the City Council


The Planning Commission                   will review the       applicant s proposal           to meet the affordable

housing requirement when the tentative tract map application is reviewed    Planning
Commission review of the tentative tract map will follow the Council s action on the

proposed General Plan amendment if approved

                                                                                                     Agenda   item 5 A
08 16 05   City Council Meeting        Packet
95                                                                                                            Page    14
                                                          Attachment D
                                                  Environmental        Analysis

Environmental Analvsis
1    Initial    Study
2    Environmental             Support       Documents


Initial Studv
An   Initial Environmental  Study has been conducted for this project on this site
consistent with the California Environmental Quality Act and is attached as Exhibit 1
This analysis and referral agencies identified a number of environmental factors that
would be potentially affected by the project and also identifies mitigation measures that
will reduce each of the
                            potential impacts to a level below significance      Factors
potentially        affected     by    this             include the
                                             project                 following

         Biological          Resources
         Hazards              Hazardous Materials
         Cultural Resources
         Air Quality

         Geology            I Soils
         Land Use I           Planning
         Transportation           I Traffic


The   Planning            Commission determined that the study adequately addressed the
                                                                                        possible
environmental              effects of this General     Plan  amendment and subdivision and
recommends                approval    of the environmental document to the             City Council

Environmental SUDDort Documents
A number of environmental studies were prepared                            as a   supplement
                                                                                           to the subdivision
application Comments received by affected                           agencies     these documents were then
                                                                                 on

routed to the author of the study                      for additional information and or clarification These
are contained in the attached Environmental Initial                                    The
                                                                            Study            applicable   documents
and follow up correspondence includes the following


a    Traffic and Circulation Study Tentative Tract 2554 City of Pismo Beach California
     Associated Transportation Engineers September 19 2003

b    Soil Engineering Report Tract 2554                     Highland    Drive Pismo Beach California
     GeoSolution Inc October 23 2003

c    Phase I Archaeological Survey of Tract 2554 Price
                                                       Canyon Area Pismo Beach
     California Heritage Discoveries Inc June 21 2003

d    Biological Resources Analysis Letter of Findings for the                         PVP              San Luis
                                                                                            Property
     Obispo County Olberding Environmental Inc June 16                                2003
e              Wildland
               Urban
                  Interface Fire Management Plan Vesting Tentative Tract                                  Map   2554
     Pismo Beach California Oasis Associates Inc June 2004




08 16 05 City Council                                                                           Agenda     item 5 A
                              Meeting    Packet
96                                                                                                         Page   15
                                                     and   Monitoring   Plan   Olberding   Environmental
f       Draft          Wetland
                       Riparian        Mitigation
        Inc     June 2004

g       California Red Legged Frog Avoidance and Preventative Measures Plan                        Olberding
        Environmental Inc June 2004
                                                                 Environmental Inc         June 2004
h       Steelhead    Biological Assessment Olberding
                                                                                      Environmental Inc
i       California Red    Legged Frog Biological Assessment Olberding
        June 2004

j       Storm water Basin Invasive Vegetation Species Maintenance and                      Management    Plan

        Olberding Environmental Inc June 2004
k       Oak Tree Protection Plan Vesting Tentative Tract                 Map   2554 Pismo Beach
        California Oasis Associates Inc June 2004

I                       Simulations        Digital   Visualization   Group     June 2004
        Photographic

m       Mitigation     Monitoring       Plan for the PVP Development Project Tract 2554 Pismo
         Beach California         by   Olberding Environmental Inc June 14 2004

    n          Vegetation Species Maintenance and Management plan for the PVP
        Invasive
        Development Project Tract 2554 by Olberding Environmental Inc May 25                            2004




                                                                                            Agenda     item   5 A
    08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
                                                                                                       Page    16
    97
                                                          EXHIBIT 1

                                                                                          City of PismoBeach
                                                                                             760 Mattie Road
                                                                                      Pismo Beach CA 93449
                                                                                                     805              773
                                                                                                                      4658
                                                  Amended      May 2005
                         in response to comments received on the recirculation
                           and in response to an amended project
                                                                                   description
          Amended October 25 2004 in response to comments received                              on     the initial
                                       circulation
                                                Environmental Initial Stud v
                                                        Tract 2554
                                                   122 Highland Drive
                                                   Citv File no 04 0026

This amended            study
                       reflects a response to comments received on the
                                                                       original distributed study
and       a
      response   to comments received after its recirculation Comments
                                                                        received are
summarized at the end of this document with
                                                responses The original comment documents are
available in the project files


Initial       Study Contents

      1       Proiect information
      2       Determination Mitigated       Negative    Declaration recommended
      3       E nVlronmen tiffec ts analysIs
                          a e          I
                Aesthetics                        Aoriculture Resources        Air Quality

                 Biolooical Resources             Cultural Resources           Geoloov Soils
                 Hazards        Hazardous         Hvdrolooy    Water           Land Use      Plannino
                 Materials                        Qualitv
                Mineral Resources                 Noise                        PODulation    Housino
                Public Services                   Recreation                   T                ansDortation
                                                                                               rTraffic
                Utilities    Service              Mandatorv Findinos of Sionificance
                Systems
     4        Sources
     5        Mitioation measures and monitorino
     6        Comments on original initial study with responses
     7        Comments on recirculated initial study with responses


 1                      title Tract 2554
              Project
 2            Lead agency name and address

              City of Pismo Beach
              760 Mattie Road
              Pismo Beach CA 93449 4684

 3            Contact person and phone number



08 16 05 City Council        Meeting   Packet                                                Agenda            item     5 A
98                                                                                                                           17
                                                                                                               Page
       Judith Lautner        Planning Specialist
        805        4658
                   773

4      Project   location
       Address 122         Highland    Drive
       Assessor s Parcel Number 005 271 021


5      Project   sponsor       s name       and address
       PVP Investment         Group
       760 Mattie Road Suite A 3
       Pismo Beach CA 93449
       Attn   Richard      Loughead
6      General    plan designation Low Density                              7         Zoning      Low    Density
       Residential and  Open Space                                                    Residential RSL        and    Open
                                                                                      Space      OS


8      Description        of project
       The    projectjncludes

       Subdivision
                the subdivision of 58 acres of vacant land into 68 low                   density      residential lots

                 ranging     in size from 5 000 to 11 700 s f in area        large lots on the
                                                                                     and four

                 westerly side of Highland adjacent to the northerly city limits The area to be

                 developed with the residential lots uses about 6 acres while the remaining lots
                 vary from 3 1 to 31 3 acres lot 69            10 6   acres       lot 70      3 1 acres lot 71       85
                 acres and lot 72    31 3 acres


                 Theproperty to be          divided is in two zones     Low       Density     Residential RSL and
                 Open Space OS              The 68 residential lots lot 70 and lot 71              on    the other side of
                 Pismo Creek          are   all in the RSL   zone    Lots 69 and 72        are   in the OS   zone



                 The 68 residential lots are each to be        developed with one                home Lot 70 is to be
                 dedicated to the       City for   park purposes for the expansion               of Price Historical
                 Park Portions of theremaining two lots may be dedicated as easements or in
                 fee for open space purposes Any uses proposed for lot 71 will require approval
                 of a Development Permit and any other permits required by the zoning code
                 and may require additional environmental review as part of that process


                 The      property   is bordered    by Highland     Drive   on   the east and      by   the Southern
                 Pacific railroad tracks       on   the west The lots would front             on seven new     streets

                 including     Street A and the extension of the stub street                  Clydell Way      both of
                 which would intersect with          Highland providing          a   looped   access     A reduced
                 subdivision map is attached to this document for reference                        Exhibit B


                 Street A is    designed to     extend to the     northerly city      limits line where it would
                 connect to an easement that extends to Vetter Lane in                     Arroyo       Grande This
                 extension will      serve as an     emergency route


                 The site is generally down sloping in a westerly direction toward Pismo Creek
                 which flows to the Pacific Ocean Pismo Creek and two intermittent drainage
                 channels flow through the site in an east west direction One small jurisdictional



                                                                                                      Agenda       item 5 A
08 16 05 City Council      Meeting   Packet
99                                                                                                                 Page    18
                 water area             the west bank of Pismo Creek All three channels contain
                                   occurs on

                 associated  riparian vegetation along most of the identified watercourse but the
                 two intermittent channels essentially disappear on the flat alluvial plane between
                 the steeper canyons and Pismo Creek The 68 lots are to be created on the
                 upper  slope of the property not within any of the lowland areas but drainage
                 pipes and other utilities are expected to be routed through part of the drainage
                 channel

        General Plan Amendment
                 The    applicant    is                        general plan    amendment to
                                          requesting       a
                                                                                                  clarify    one   policy   in
                the General Plan Land Use Element


                 Policy   LU N 21 b reads


                              b  Highland Drive Extension
                              Highland Drive shall be extended to connect with Price Canyon Road
                              This extension shall include a grade separated
                                                                             crossing of the railroad
                              Except for the two areas nearest to James Way additional residential

                              development off Highland Drive shall not be approved until the Highland
                              Drive extension is completed See also
                              Circulation Element               C 1    Street Classification Plan


                The     applicant    proposes that the above                             be
                                                                           language           changed   to


                              b   Highland Drive           Extension

                              Highland    Drive shall be extended to connect with Price
                                                                                                         Canyon      Road
                          This extension shall include                a   grade separated crossing           of the railroad
                          Additional development off Highland Drive for areas currently located
                          outside of the Pismo Beach   City limits shall not be approved until the
                          Highland  Drive extension is completed future
                                                                           development of such
                          properties in the Highland Drive area shall pay a fair share contribution
                          toward the Highland Drive extension as more
                                                                           specifically established in
                          the Specific Plan required for Price           Area
                                                               Canyon            Planning Area R See
                          also
                          Circulation     Element    C 1    Street Classification Plan


       The   project    includes the      following applications

        Tentative Tract Map 2554 subdivision of
                                                property into 72 lots
        Environmental Initial        Study    environmental review
        General Plan amendment Land Use Element


       A fuller   description        of thecan be found in the Developer s Statement
                                                    project
        source    18      incorporated    this reference and attached Exhibit A at the
                                               here     by
       end of this document in the subdivision maps Exhibit B and in
                                                                         project files
       and in the letter modifying the General Plan amendment request Exhibit C and
       in   project   files


 9     Surrounding        land uses and                         The   property   is surrounded
                                                setting                                            by   low    density
       residential lots to the east and south                  Pismo Creek and the railroad to the west and


                                                                                                        Agenda       item        5 A
08 16 05 City Council   Meeting     Packet
100                                                                                                                   Page       19
         rolling   open space to the north



 10      Other  public agencies whose approval is required Permits may be required from
         the CaliforniaDepartment of Fish and Game the U S Fish and Wildlife Service the
         U S   Army Corps of Engineers for work within riparian areas Permits are required from
         the Air Pollution Control District for certain construction activities                  California Division of

         Forestry    for fire related matters



ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS POTENTIALLY AFFECTED
The environmental factors checked below would be                       potentially affected by this project
involving    at least    one   impact     that is   a   Potentially Significant Impact as indicated by the
c h ec kl t on
         IS        thfllOWInC
                    e 0             pac es

         Aesthetics                                   Aariculture Resources                      Air Qualitv

         Bioloaical Resources                         Cultural Resources                         Geoloav ISoils
         Hazards         Hazardous                    Hvdroloav I Water                          Land Use I Plannina
         Materials                                    Qualitv
         Mineral Resources                            Noise                                      Population I Housina

         Public Services                              Recreation                                 T ransportation Traffic


         Utilities I Service                          Mandatorv Findinas of Sianificance
         Systems


The environmental factors checked below would be                          potentially affected by   this
                                                                                                project               but each
of the   potential impacts      is reduced to    a    level below     significance through mitigation

         Aesthetics                                   Agriculture     Resources            X     Air   Quality
 X       Biological    Resources            X         Cultural Resources                   X     Geology    ISoils
          Hazards        Hazardous                    Hydrology      I Water               X     Land Use I      Planning
 X
          Materials                                   Quality
          Mineral Resources                           Noise                                      Population      I   Housing
          Public Services                             Recreation                           X     T ransportationlT raffic


          Utilities I Service               X         Mandatory Findings           of   Significance
          Systems

DETERMINATION
On the basis of this initial evaluation

     X     I find that   although   the   proposed project could have a significant effect on the
           environment there will not be        a
                                                  significant effect in this case because revisions                     in the

           project    have been made        by   or   agreed    to   by   the   project proponent      A MITIGATED
           NEGATIVE DECLARATION will be prepared




 Judith Lautner       Planning Specialist                                                       Date



                                                                                                       Agenda         item 5 A
08 16 05   City Council Meeting     Packet
101                                                                                                                    Page    20
Issues                                                                    Potentially         Less Than        Less Than              No
                                                                          Significant      Significant with    Significant          Impact
                                                                            Impact            Mitigation         Impact
                                                                                            Incorporated

I   AESTHETICS                  Would the        project
a   Have     a   substantial adverse effect                   on a                                                 x

scenic vista

b  Substantially damage scenic                                                                                     x

resources  including but not limited to
trees rock outcroppings and historic
buildings     within       a    state scenic       highway

c   Substantially degrade the existing                                                                             x

visual character  or quality of the site and

its surroundings

d   Create       a new source            of substantial                                                            x


light or glare        that would                          affect
                                         adversely
day   or   nighttime views              in the    area

Explanation           The             residences would occupy vacant
                               new
                                                                                   rolling hills that are visible from Price Canyon
Road The residences would be
                                                  developed        on a   gently sloping hillside adjacent to a natural finger
canyon Views of homes would therefore replace views of the attractive natural hillside

Existing development                 in the   vicinity tops   the crest of the hill The      new   residences would be below this
ridge   and would look like an extension of
                                                               existing    residential development The homes would
essentially      fill in   a   gap    leaving    the canyon in its natural state


Thus the development would not introduce                      a new   incompatible      element into the               but would rather fit
                                                                                                           landscape
into the   development already existing

Sources Photo simulations                      source     3

II AGRICULTURE RESOURCES         In determining whether impacts to agricultural resources are
significant environmental effects lead agencies may refer to the California Agricultural Land
Evaluation and Site Assessment Model 1997 prepared by the California Dept of
Conservation as an optional model to use in            impacts on agriculture and farmland
                                                                          assessing
Would the         project

a   Convert Prime Farmland                       Unique                                                                               x

Farmland         or   Farmland of Statewide
Importance Farmland as shown on the
maps   prepared pursuant to the Farmland
Mapping and Monitoring Program of the
California Resources Agency to non
agricultural use

b   Conflict with                                   for
                           existing zoning                                                                                            x




    08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet                                                                       Agenda        item   5 A
    102                                                                                                                      Page    21
                                                                      Potentially          Less Than        Less Than               No
Issues
                                                                      Significant        Significant with   Signifieant         Impact
                                                                        Impact              Mitigation        Impact
                                                                                          Incorporated

agricultural     use     or a    Williamson Act
contract

c   Involve other       changes         in the   existing                                                                            x


environment that due to their location                        or

nature could result in conversion of
Farmland to          non      agricultural     use

Explanation The site has been used                      for cattle    grazing   in the   past   Because of its   slopes   and soil

quality it is not suitable for farming
Sources

III AIR QUALITY                Where available the                significance   criteria established       by   the   applicable    air
quality management               or   air   pollution       control district may be relied upon to make the                following
determinations Would the                    project

a   Conflict with       or    obstruct                                                                                               x


implementation          of the     applicable         air

quality plan

b Violate any air quality standard or                                                                             x


contribute substantially to an existing                      or

projected    air quality violation

c   Result in    a   cumulatively           considerable                                                                             x

net increase of any criteria pollutant                      for
which the  project region is non
attainment under an applicable federal or
state ambient air quality standard
 including releasing emissions that
exceed quantitative thresholds for ozone
precursors

d   Expose     sensitive         receptors       to                                              x

substantial      pollutant       concentrations

e   Create objectionable odors affecting                          a                                                                  x


substantial number of people

Explanation

Construction


The   impacts    on     air   quality   from construction will exceed the            significance    threshold set     by the Air
Pollution Control District APeD                  four   acres



Conclusion        May      be    significant



                                                                                                             Agenda        item 5 A
      08 16 05   City   Council    Meeting     Packet
      103                                                                                                                   Page     22
Issues                                                             Potentially         Less Than          Less Than                No
                                                                   Significant      Significant with     Significant           Impact
                                                                     Impact            Mitigation          Impact
                                                                                     Incorporated
Recommended mitigation


         The contractor shall reduce the                area   that is disturbed to the extent       possible

         Water trucks            sprinkler systems        shall be used to
                            or                                                   prevent airborne dust from leaving the site
         Watering frequency          should be increased whenever wind
                                                                                       speeds exceed 15 mph Reclaimed
          nonpotable       water should be used when               possible

         All dirt stockpile areas shall be                        as needed
                                                      sprayed

         Permanent dust control measures described in the
                                                                             project revegetation and landscape plans
         shall be implemented as soon as possible
                                                                    following completion of any soil disturbing activities

         Exposed ground           areas that are to be reworked at dates               later than   one month    after initial
         grading      shall be sown with a fast                         native grass seed and watered until
                                                         germinating                                                     vegetation      is
         established


         All disturbed soil       areas   not   subject to revegetation          shall be stabilized   using approved       chemical
         soil binders     jute netting     or   other methods        approved      in advance        the Air Pollution Control
                                                                                                by
         District APCD


         All   roadways driveways sidewalks                 etc to be   paved shall be completed as soon               as   possible
         Building pads        should be laid     as     soon as   possible after grading unless seeding or            soil binders
         are   used


         Vehicle      speed     for all construction vehicles shall not exceed 15             mph    on any     unpaved     surface at
         the construction site


         All trucks     hauling   dirt sand      soil    or other loose materials are to be covered or shall maintain at
         least two feet of freeboard
                                  minimum vertical distance between                                  of load and         of trailer in
                                                                                              top                  top
         accordance with CVC Section 23114

         Wheel washers shall be installed where vehicles enter and exit
                                                                                              unpaved     roads onto streets            or
         trucks and equipment shall be washed before          the site  leaving

         Adjacent streets Highland      Drive and any others used shall be swept at the end of each day if
         visible soil material is carried onto these
                                                     paved roads Water sweepers with reclaimed water
         should be used where feasible


         The contractor shall
                                    designate a person or persons to monitor the dust control program and                               to
         order increased         watering as needed to prevent transport of dust off site The monitor or
         monitors will also work on weekends and
                                                            holidays when work may not be in progress The
         names of all     designated       monitors shall be submitted to the APCD prior to start of construction


Diesel emissions


The California Air Resources Board               CARB       has listed diesel exhaust oarticulate matter as              a toxic   air


   08 16105                                                                                              Agenda       item 5 A
               City   Council   Meeting   Packet
   104                                                                                                                   Page    23
Issues                                                             Potentially          Less Than              Less Than              No
                                                                   Significant       Significant with          Significant           Impact
                                                                     Impact              Mitigation              Impact
                                                                                       Incorporated
contaminant with no safe threshold Therefore all diesel                                       matter emissions                considered
                                                                             particulate                                are

significant     Diesel   equipment         may be used in the construction of this subdivision


Conclusion         May   be   significant

Recommended           mitigation

          All   construction       equipment     shall   be properly maintained             and   tuned                       manufacturers
                                                                                                            according    to
          specifications

          All off road and       portable diesel powered equipment including but not limited to bulldozers
          graders     cranes      loaders scrapers backhoes generator sets compressors auxiliary power
          units shall be       fueled exclusively with ARB motor vehicle diesel fuel


          The contractor shall maximize to the extent feasible the                            of diesel construction equipment
                                                                                            use
          that meets the ARB           s   1996 certification standard for off road          heavy duty diesel engines or any
          later certification standard in effect if it is at least as               stringent as the 1996 certification
          standard


Naturallv occurrinQ asbestos


The site is in an    area where        naturally occurring        asbestos may be found Naturally occurring asbestos is
a   toxic air contaminant          according   to the CARB         If such asbestos is unearthed it can have negative
effects on air     quality

Conclusion         May   be   significant

Recommended           mitigation

Prior to any grading activities a geologic evaluation must be conducted to determine if naturally

occurring asbestos is present within the area that will be disturbed If asbestos is not found the
applicant     or   representative          must file     an   exemption request         with      the Air    Pollution Control        District
APCD        If asbestos is found           the contractor must       comply      with all   requirements       outlined in the Asbestos
Air Toxics Control Measures


BurninQ


Burning   of    vegetation    is   prohibited by the      APCD               under    special circumstances
                                                                    except

Conclusion         May   be   significant

Recommended           mitigation           If burning of   vegetation   is to take                it must
                                                                                       place                comply with       APCD
regulations

Operational phase


The 68    new homes          without mitiqation        are    expected to qenerate air qualitv imoacts that exceed the


                                                                                                               Agenda         item    5 A
     08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
     105                                                                                                                       Page    24
Issues                                                               Potentially             Less Than               Less Than             No
                                                                     Significant        Significant with             Significant          Impact
                                                                       Impact             Mitigation                   Impact
                                                                                         Incorporated
APCD minimum threshold of 10                  pounds     per   day

Conclusion       May     be   significant

Recommended          mitigation

    Provide easements for bike and                pedestrian paths          to reduce the      use      of automobiles


    Sidewalks shall be separated from the streets by                       landscaping        and      on   street   parking

    Adequate lighting         shall be   provided      for sidewalks and at intersections for                    pedestrian safety

    Building efficiency ratings          shall be increased          by   10    above what is           required by      Title 24

    The subdivider shall offer           an   easement for possible future bus shelter
                                                                a                                             on   the   Highland    Drive
    frontage    to the   approval      of the   Community Development Director

    Street trees shall be chosen that             provide a wide canopy that shades the sidewalk and possibly part
    of the
         adjacent        street to the        approval of the Public Works Department and Community
    Development Director

    Homes shall include outdoor electrical outlets to encourage the                            use      of electric    appliances     and tools


    Homes shall include internal              wiring   and   cabling      that allows   telecommuting teleconferencing                     and

    telelearning    in at least three locations in the home


    Southern exposures of             buildings   shall be shaded          by   trees   or   other     appropriate       means     to the extent
    possible    to reduce summer cooling needs


    High efficiency      gas   or    solar water heaters        high efficiency         gas   or   electric space        heating    and built in
    energy efficient     appliances       shall be installed in the homes


    All windows shall be double               paned

Overall conclusion            With   mitigation    air   quality impacts        will be reduced to           a   level below    significant

Sources CEQA Air Qualitv Handbook source 41                            letter from APCD             source 15
IV BIOLOGICAL RESOURCES                                Would the      project

a   Have   a   substantial adverse effect                                                          x

either   directlythrough habitat
                    or

modifications on any species identified
as a candidate sensitive    or special

status species in local or regional plans
policies or regulations or by the
California DeDartment of Fish and Game



                                                                                                                     Agenda        item   5 A
    08 16 05 City Councii Meeting Packet
    106                                                                                                                            Page      25
Issues                                                           Potentially     Less Than            Less Than              No
                                                                 Significant   Significant with       Significant          Impact
                                                                   Impact         Mitigation            Impact
                                                                                Incorporated
or   U S Fish and Wildlife Service

b    Have      a   substantial adverse effect on                                      x

any riparian habitat or other sensitive
natural community identified in local or
regional plans policies                and   regulations
or   by
     the California Department of Fish
and Game or US Fish and Wildlife
Service

c    Have      a   substantial adverse effect            on                                       x

federally protected         wetlands      defined
                                             as

by Section 404 of the             Clean Water Act
 including but not limited to marsh
vernal  pool coastal etc through direct
removal        filling hydrological interruption
or   other     means


d    Interfere                         with the
                    substantially                                                    x

movement of any native resident or

migratory fish or wildlife species or with
established native resident or migratory
wildlife corridors        or   impede        the   use   of
native wildlife nursery sites

e  Conflict with any local policies                or                                                                        x

ordinances protecting biological
resources          such   as a   tree   preservation
policy    or   ordinance

f Conflict with the provisions of an                                                                                         x

adopted Habitat Conservation Plan
Natural      Community Conservation                 Plan
or   other   approved      local     regional       or   state
habitat conservation             plan
Explanation

Rare   or    endanaered sDecies


Botanists and biologists surveyed relevant literature and conducted three field
                                                                                 surveys of the site in the
first half of 2003 These scientists identified 24
                                                  special status plant and 12 special status animal
species that occur in the general Pismo Beach and Arroyo Grande area of which 12 plant and six
animals have the potential to occur on the site based on types of habitat            on site The
                                                                                           existing
biological report       based     on    these surveys represents the site as dominated by oak woodland habitat
and the riparian       habitat   on    the propertv generally as a willow dominated riparian corridor with



     08 16 05 City Council                                                                            Agenda        item   5 A
                                 Meeting     Packet
     107
                                                                                                                    Page 26
                                                                        Potentially            Less Than              Less Than               No
Issues
                                                                        Significant        Significant with           Significant            Impact
                                                                          Impact              Mitigation                Impact
                                                                                            Incorporated

associated tree      species           In addition to     mugwort poison             oak and annual grasses the botanist found

thick mats of invasive German                ivy clinging     to the    riparian     trees and in some cases overwhelming the

area


The     special   status         plants    with   potential    to   occur   in the    vicinity   are




           Hoover    s   Bent Grass          Agrostis    hooveri        Federal      Species     of   concern    Not observed          presumed
absent
           San Luis      Mariposa Lily         Calochortus       obispoensis            Not observed         presumed absent
           Obispo    Indian Paintbrush                      densiflor ssp obispoensis
                                                   Castilleja                                             A small population 50              75

plants    found on eastern            edge   of the middle ridge line
           Chorro Creek                Thistle     Cirsium fontinale           var   obispoensis         Federally endangered            State
                                 Bog
endangered        Not observed           unlikely presumed             absent

           Pismo Clarkia Clarkia                                                                                      State   rare    Not
                                             speciosa   sspcima ulat                 Federally endangered
observed     presumed absent
           Leafy Tarplant Deinandra increscens ssp Foliosa Not observed presumed absent
           San Luis Obispo Dudleya Dudleya abramsii ssp Murina   Not observed presumed absent

           Blochman s Dudleya Dudleya blochmaniae ssp Blochmaniae Not observed presumed
absent
           Mesa Harkelia          Horkelia cuneata ssp              puberula         Not observed         presumed       absent

           Blochman       s    Leaf
                                Daisy Erigeron blochmaniae                           Not observed         presumed       absent
           San Luis      Obispo Lupine Lupinus ludovicianus                          Federal     Species     of Concern       Not observed

presumed     absent
           Black Flowered Figwort Scrophularia atrata                           Conservative estimate of 300 400                    plants   on


property

Wildlife


Common animals                 Botta s   pocket gopher Thomomys                   bottae    and meadow voles               Microtus
californicus    tunnel
                   tailings              were                grassland on the property These small
                                                observed in the         non    native
animals make the site a potential foraging area for raptors and other predators like snakes and feral
cats The biologists did not observe lizards or snakes but anticipate that these animals also live on the
site Passerine birds feet adapted to perching observed included house finches Carpodacus
mexicanus morning dove Zenaida macroura black phoebe Sayornis nirgicans              plain titmouse
 Parus inornatus acorn woodpecker Melanerpes formicivorus California towhee Pipilo fuscus

yellow rumped warbler Dendroica coronata chestnut backed chickadee Parus rufescens bushtit
                  minimus         Red tailed hawks                     observed      foraging      in the   grassland      American kestrels
 Psaltriparus                                                 were

were not seen but would find suitable                   nesting     in the wooded habitats on the site


Protected      or   rare wildlife        species that        could     occur   in the   vicinity   include


           Steelhead                                           irideus      Not   high quality        habitat   the   portion of     Pismo Creek
                              Oncorhynchus mykiss
passing through          the   property provides         a   path   for the fish to use to         get   to the West Corral de Piedra
Creek stream beds
           California red        legged frog        Rana     aurora     draytonii       State    Species     of Concern       Federally
threatened     not observed but expected to occur on the site
           Southwestern oond turtle                Clemmvs marmorata oallidal Federal Soecies of Concern state


                                                                                                                       Agenda        item 5 A
       08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
                                                                                                                                      Page     27
       108
                                                                                     Less   Than            Less Than            No
                                                                   Potentially
Issues
                                                                   Significant    Significant with       Significant           Impact
                                                                     Impact          Mitigation            Impact
                                                                                   Incorporated

Special   Concern       Species        not observed but may occur here
           Red tail hawk           Buteo  jamaicensis Observed but no nest tree located
                         Falco                       None observed but should find the site           highly    suitable for   foraging
American kestrel                    sparverius
and nesting
           Cooper s hawk accipiter cooperii                  Not observed but the habitat is suitable


Effect on riparian habitat Approximately 0 27 acres of jurisdictional waters and riparian habitat will be
affected by the development because of outfall and road construction Of this total impacts to the
                                                                                                 to be
jurisdictional waters involves 0 05 acres consisting of 0 02 acres of intermittent drainage area
permanently filled       or    excavated and 0 03 acres of creek channel to be permanently filled                       or   excavated

A total of 0 22 acres of         riparian habitat is expected to be damaged or destroyed

The   project      includes    a   mitigation   and    monitoring    program     enhancement of the           area   along the existing
                                           and the creation of      a new    off channel wetland feature This work will
corridor with       riparian planting
           0 32     acres   of   new   wetland and      riparian   habitat   according   to the   biologist   who    investigated     the
provide
site and    developed       the program see sources


The   applicant            responsible for planning construction agency compliance monitoring reporting
                     will be
maintenance and          management of the mitigation site The applicant will employ a qualified restoration
                professional        horticulturalist to    perform   all necessary work to the satisfaction of the             Army
biologist     or

Corps    of   Engineers

The   plan    includes
          Creation of 0 1 acres of seasonal wetlands on site
          Establishment of a vegetated upland buffer adjacent to the created wetlands
                                                                         the Pismo Creek channel
           Planting of 0 22 acres of native riparian habitat adjacent to
           Implementation of an  invasive species removal and management program on site


                                                                                           creek
The 0 1 acres of wetlands would be created on the adjacent uplands surrounding an existing
channel at the southern end of the property The area would be within an abandoned agricultural field

directly adjacent       to the     existing riparian     habitat   along   Pismo Creek The area         surrounding the created
                                                                   ponding
                                                             to allow seasonal                of runoff waters from the basin
 stormwater treatment basin is to be     graded
 The soils of the existing area of  upland that will be graded to the level of the wetlands may also need to
 be compacted to create a barrier to water permeation through the soil An area of upland scrub or shrub
                                                                                     The new wetlands would
 adjacent to the mitigation site would be included as a vegetated upland buffer
 function similarly to the existing jurisdictional waters provide water retention flood flow alteration
 sediment stabilization sediment                or   toxic material retention    nutrient removal      or   transformation and
                                                                                          local wildlife      All of these functions
 production export The new area should be suitable for foraging by
 are found to be present in the existing jurisdictional waters


 The purpose of the drainage structure is to allow capture of sediment metal hydrocarbons and other
 urban contaminants prior to discharge into Pismo Creek The larger basin is being constructed to allow
 filtration of these materials      a maintained forebay prior to additional treatment in the constructed
                                 through
                                                             wetland the water is to be      discharged        into Pismo Creek         By
 wetland After     passing through the created
 this time    the water will be relatively clean


 In addition to the       new      wetland area       the project involves olantina 0 22 acres of           new   native rioarian


                                                                                                              Agenda      item 5 A
      08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet                                                                                          28
      109
                                                                                                                             Page
 Issues                                                                Potentially           Less Than            Less Than             No
                                                                       Significant        Significant with        Significant         Impact
                                                                         Impact              Mitigation             Impact
                                                                                           Incorporated
 species along      the   existing corridor on the eastern              embankment of Pismo Creek
              will be
                                                                                                                  Initially supplemental
 irrigation             provided during the dry seasons

 These enhancements                                 to be successfui in a short
                                 are   expected                                            period   of time
                                                                                                                Vegetation growth      is
 expected     to be substantial within two to three years


 Monitoring proposed by               the
                                       plan includes monitoring of the percent coverage of wetland plant species
 over   time prohibition of        watering mowing burning grazing or other disturbance except as necessary
to enhance the area              removai of invasive species and
                                                                    monitoring of the success of native species
Plants will be replaced               as                    If the enhancements are not successful
                                            necessary                                              after three years
corrective actions will be taken              with the assistance of     a qualified restoration
                                                                                                                biologist approved by
                                                                                                                 the
Corps    of   Engineers

Hydrology      success will be         obtained if the      mitigation   site is self
                                                                                          sustaining     with no artifical
maintenance for                                                                                                              irrigation     or
                        a   period     of two years


Red                         Avoidance and Preventative Measures
        Legged Frog

The
     project applicant proposes the implementation of a program                             to avoid and prevent
                                                                                                                        damage       to red
legged frogs and their habitat onsite The measures include

         Designation        of   an
                                      ecological     monitor EM           who shall be present during initial site
                                                                                                                   grading and
         vegetation      removal and          on   site twice
                                                                weekly    until all         or earth
                                                                                    grading          moving has been done
         within 300 feet of known California Red
                                                    legged Frog CRLF habitat The EM will educate
         construction crews on how to operate to avoid
                                                          damage to frogs and their habitat written
         verification of such education is part of the
                                                       program The EM will also be on call at other times
         in case
                  frogs turn up when the monitor is not on site

         Development         of buffers to     protect the riparian        corridor and its inhabitants


         Long    term    management          and care of the      riparian     corridor and basin                 Pismo Creek
                                                                                                         along

         Development         of a conservation easement
                                                                       along   Pismo Creek and the adjacent open space in
         the corridor


         Provision for
                   a monitoring period to determine the                         success of the        plan   and to allow    adaptive
         management strategies and plan revisions


         Provision of       community       education       fencing    and   signs   to   discourage the introduction           of
         predators      limit the increase of native
                                                              predators      and increase       public   awareness of      sensitive
         habitats


         Management          that leads to     a   self   sustaining    habitat of benefit to the        frog
The Red    Legged Frog           Avoidance and Preventative Measures                      source 12                  these provisions in
                                                                                                       develops
more detail




   08 16 05    City Council Meeling         Packet                                                              Agenda     item 5 A
   110
                                                                                                                                Page 29
                                                                  Potentially           Less Than            Less Than                  No
Issues
                                                                  Significant        Significant with        Significant           Impact
                                                                    Impact             Mitigation              Impact
                                                                                      Incorporated


Summary

Jurisdictional waters       Drainage         and creek channel habitat flows               through   the site    See    Figure      5 in the

Biological     Assessment for California Red              Legged Frog             source   14    Jurisdictional Delineation             Map
Some disturbance to these features is                expected

Special status plants The habitat on             site doesn t support most            special    status    plants Two special           status

plants are supported and do exist on             site   Obispo     s   owl   s   clover and black flowered       figwort
Special   status wildlife    Steel heads       use   the upstream       portions     of Pismo Creek for       spawning and pass
through   the site to return to the          spawning   habitat   annually        The California red       legged frog and the
Southwestern      pondturtle may occur on site The habitat in the two seasonal channels does not appear
suitable for either to complete their life cycles but the frog may use these channels in the winter The
entire site is suitable for    raptor species

Conclusion       Development   may affect the above plant and animal species adversely

Any   work in the jurisdictional waters area could result in loss of habitatand thus be detrimental for the

species that depend on it Development will                 result in loss of foraging land and             nesting    trees   affecting
bird species that depend on these features                  endangered plants may be affected by grading
                                                           Rare    or

Tree removals      can   result in direct destruction of nests eggs or immature birds Grading can increase
rates of erosion and the runoff can affect              aquatic   life in Pismo Creek        adversely May         be   significant

Recommended        mitigation
          The Mitigation and Monitoring Plan source 10 also summarized above shall be reviewed and
approved by the Corps of Engineers and implemented by the project developer Maintenance
monitoring and compliance reporting will be financed and carried out by the applicant until mitigation
has been determined to be successful by the Corps of Engineers The mitigation site will be maintained
for a five year plant establishment period or longer if plant survivorship is low


          The Invasive      Vegetation Species           Management Plan source 13 shall be
                                                        Maintenance and

implemented The CC Rs shall include reference to this plan and require regular inspections and
vegetation management as recommended in the plan The project conditions shall include a similar
reference


          The avoidance and      preventive measures listed in the biological assessment for steelhead
 source   11    shall be   implemented Project conditions shall incorporate these requirements by reference
or   in summary


          Fill of a small    portion part       of 0 27   acres   of   riparian    habitat and   drainage     area    expected      to be
affected of the jurisdictional waters appears to be necessary for the building of Street A see

jurisdictional map figure 5 in source 14 The jurisdictional delineation prepared as part of the Red
legged frog study source 14 must be submitted to the U S Army Corps                                  of   Engineers    as   part   of   an


application for a Corps permit The permit procedure would establish the                              boundaries of the        jurisdictional
features officiallv   so   that fill   can   be auantified   or   avoided altoaether Even if fill is not reauired the




                                                                                                              Agenda        item        5 A
      08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
      111                                                                                                                     Page      30
Issues                                                                Potentially             Less Than           Less Than             No
                                                                      Significant        Significant with         Significant       Impact
                                                                        Impact              Mitigation              Impact
                                                                                          Incorporated
Corps      of   Engineers shall be contacted to verify the delineation map depicting                         the jurisdictional locations
near    any     potential impact areas prior to start of anyon site activity

         A qualified
                     biologist must conduct a focused survey and mapping exercise of the two special
status plants found on site during the blooming season normally March April Prior to construction
any rare plants found during this survey that are near construction activities must be staked and the
California Department of Fish and Game must be notified at least ten
                                                                       days prior to any grading in the
vicinity

         No sooner than three
                              days prior to the start of construction a biologist must conduct a pre
construction survey to determine the absence or
                                                  presence of California red legged frogs and
steel heads Mitigation measures for           or minimizing effects on
                                    avoiding                                             shall be  riparian species
designed through             consultation with the         Department
                                                                  of Fish and Game and the U S Fish and Wildlife
Service and shall be            implemented as         necessary Any pond turtles identified within the construction
area    should be moved           prior to commencement of construction

            The Avoidance and Preventive Measures outlined in the
                                                                                      biological assessment for California
Red     Legged Frog           source 14     and in the California Red
                                                                               Legged Frog Avoidance and Preventative
Measures         source       12 shall be   incorporated        into the subdivision         approval    conditions    by   reference   or

directly

            If construction is to
                             occur within the creek corridor or within 50 feet of
                                                                                  the channel a biologist
must conduct        a
                  pre construction survey to locate any southwestern
                                                                       pond turtles Any pond turtles
identified within the construction area should be moved
                                                          prior to commencement of construction

            If trees    are   to be removed           if     is to occur within 100 feet from any
                                                 or
                                                           grading                                potential nesting
tree between        January  Julyand         a   biologist
                                                        must survey these trees for nesting raptors prior to
                                                                                                              January
to identify any potential nesting            trees before the birds lay eggs If eggs have been laid buffers must be
established around the                      trees and the site must be
                          nesting                                               protected        until   August    1 or until the young
have    fledged

            If trees must be removed       then such removal must                             outside the
                                                                                    occur
                                                                                                            breeding     season     typically
January         July    or   when otherwise determined
                                                       appropriate                  by   a   qualified biologist

        Erosion control techniques must be implemented to avoid or eliminate erosion and deposition
of eroded material in the creek to avoid harm to
                                                 aquatic life to the satisfaction of the Public Works
Department

Oak woodlands


The City of Pismo Beach orotects native                     species   of oak   Quercus aarifolia Quercus lobata Quercus


    1   Note thisoriginal mitigation measure was taken from the initial biological study source 5 completed in June
   2003 Additional studies    were prepared subsequent to this
                                                               study including the red legged frog reports that resulted
   in development of a jurisdictional delineation
                                                   map figure 5 source 14    Therefore the mitigation measure initially
   identified a need to create a jurisdictional map but this map had already been created No additional
                                                                                                         map needs to
   be prepared


   08 16 05 City Council                    Packet                                                             Agenda           item 5 A
                                  Meeting
   112                                                                                                                          Page    31
                                                                 Potentially           Less Than            Less Than          No
Issues
                                                                 Significant        Significant with        Significant       Impact
                                                                   Impact              Mitigation             Impact
                                                                                     Incorporated

chrysolepis because of their environmental ecological wildlife and economic value The City s general
                                                                                 and preservation of
plan and zoning ordinance 1998 specifically provide direction for the protection
these trees

The             would have      no   direct   impacts    on   the oak woodlands        on   site   or   nearby   but could have
      project
indirect impacts Indirect impacts             include habitat modifications and a reduction in the
                                              in this   case

                               of the replacement of native understory with more competitive plants the
regeneration of oaks because
          of invasive ornamental          and clearing and thinning of native vegetation around homes
                                          species
planting
for fire control


The Oak Tree Protection Plan                  applicant includes a list of management practices to be
                                         provided by       the

implemented during and after construction to protect existing oaks and preserve the opportunities for
                                                                                                     If
new oaks to become established This list of practices is defined as part of the project description
                                                                      less than significant If not the
implemented the plan will reduce the impacts of this development to
development         will accelerate the decline of oak woodland


Conclusion          May be significant

Recommended            mitigation
                                                                                                                                    into
The list of  management practices in the Oak Tree Protection Plan source 9 shall be incorporated
the   project description and in the project conditions to assure that they will be implemented

Use of      private   road to Vetter Lane


            of the                              is the           of   an   existing private roadway          for emergency        access
A    part             project description                 use
                                                                       continues to Vetter Lane beyond
purposes This road currently goes through Price Historic Park and
the city limits line The project applicant has an agreement with the owner of the road to use it for

emergency purposes     only A gate is to be placed across the road at the city limits or before to prohibit
regular use of the road         by    residents Mechanisms will be used that will permit its use by residents or
emergency personnel in case other access roads are blocked                Such mechanisms are expected to
include a Iockbox allowing locking and unlocking by emergency                            personnel only

Because its use will be limited to its       present use as a farm road and otherwise only in an extreme
emergency there will be             fundamentally no change to the impacts on surrounding biological resources

 Sources General Plan Conservation                      Design   and Land Use Elements parts of source 9                   Biological
              source 5     Oak Tree Protection Plan              source 9        Mitigation        Monitoring    Plan   source 10
 analysis
 Steelhead assessment source 11                   Red     legged Frog      Avoidance and Preventative Measures source
       Invasive                                           source      13   Red   legged frog      assessment source 14         email
 12                  species management plan
 corresDondence with bioloaist source 29                    electronic mail      reSDonse from bioloaist          31

 V CULTURAL RESOURCES                             Would the      project

 a    Cause     a   substantial adverse         change                                        x


 in the     significance   of   a   historical   resource

 as   defined in 15064 5




                                                                                                             Agenda       item 5 A
      08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
                                                                                                                           Page     32
      113
    Issues                                                              Potentially      Less Than         Less Than             No
                                                                        Significant   Significant with     Significant          Impact
                                                                          Impact         Mitigation          Impact
                                                                                       Incorporated
    b Cause         a   substantial adverse      change                                      x

    in the   significance        of   an   archaeological
    resource    pursuant          to 15064 5

    c Directly or indirectly destroy a unique                                                x

    paleontological resource or site or unique
    geologic      feature

    d Disturb any human remains                        including                             x

    those interred outside of formal
    cemeteries

    Explanation Several   recorded archaeological sites exist within or near the
                                                                                 project site While most of
    the area to bedeveloped is free of cultural materials some parts of the proposed roads and lots are
    within areas considered
                            archaeologically significant The street areas will require preparation including
    over excavation scarification and compaction
                                                    Utility trenches for sewers will be placed under some of
    the streets Sewer trenches
                                may reach native soils where archaeological materials can be present


    Conclusion          May    be    significant

    Recommended               Mitigation
An                             chosen from the list of
         archaeologist                                       qualified archaeologists maintained by the County of San Luis
Obispo        shall conduct a            phase     2   archaeological  survey of specific areas prior to construction using
    backhoe trenches           as well as    shovel test     pits as outlined in the recommendations in the
                                                                                                             phase 1 report
    source    6     Results of the                     will be used to determine how to
                                           testing                               protect any significant finds and
mitigate potential impacts The Community Development                Director will review recommendations
                                                                                                            by this
archaeologist            and determine what actions will be taken consistent with state law on cultural
                                                                                                        resources


Results of the phase 2 investigation may result in some adjustments to the subdivision
                                                                                                                         improvement
plans or tract map Additional permits may be required if the adjustments are
                                                                             significant
Sources Phase 1 archaeological survey                         source 6

VI GEOLOGY AND SOilS                               Would the       project
a       Expose people           or   structures to      potential   substantial adverse effects                      the risk of
                                                                                                         including
loss       injury            death
                        or           involving
i       Ruptureof a known earthquake fault                                                                    x

as      delineated on the most recent Alquist
Priolo       Earthquake Fault Zoning Map
issued       by the State Geologist for the
area orbased on other substantial
evidence of a known fault Refer to
Division of Mines and                 Geology Special
Publication 42




         08 16 05                                                                                         Agenda      item   5 A
                    City Council Meeting       Packet
         114
                                                                                                                         Page   33
                                                                      Potentially        Less Than             Less Than             No
Issues
                                                                      Significant     Significant with         Significant         Impact
                                                                        Impact           Mitigation              Impact
                                                                                       Incorporated

ii             seismic ground                                                                                       x
      Strong                               shaking
                                                                                                                    x
Iii    Seismic related
                     ground                 failure

including liquefaction
                                                                                                                    x
iv Landslides
                                                                                                                    x
b      Result in substantial soil erosion                or     the
loss of     topsoil
                                                                                                                                      x
c      Be located       on a   geologic      unit   or   soil
that is unstable or that would become
unstable as a result of the project and
                result in                  off site
potentially                    on     or

 landslide lateral         spreading         subsidence

 liquefaction       or   collapse
                                                                                                                                      x
 d Be located on expansive soil as
 defined in Table 18 1 B of the Uniform

 Building      Code       1994       creating
 substantial risks to life           or property

                                                                                                                                      x
 e Have soils incapable of adequately
 supporting the use of septic tanks or
 alternative waste water               disposal systems
 where      sewers are         not available for the
 disposal      of waste water

 Explanation            Shallow weathered bedrock was found in all                  borings   of the   area where the        68 lots will be
 located     at two to two and a half feet below                  ground   surface The soils    engineers anticipate the
 proposed      residences will        use    continuous footings founded at least 12            inches in uniform competent
 weathered bedrock             Deepened footings            may be required in      some   areas   Alternatively graded
 engineered      fill   pads   could be used

 Because of natural seepage at the interface of two materials with different densities sub surface drains

 may be required Such drains should be placed in established drainage courses and potential seepage
 areas      according      to the soils     engineers

 If recommendations in the soils report are followed the site is suitable and safe for development If not
 followed there may be danger from groundwater seepage and differential settlement between
 foundations supported on different soil materials


     Several lots are located at the edge of a canyon lots 54      64 If homes                         are   developed   close to the

     edge   construction could result in additional erosion of the canyon


     Conclusion         May   be   significant


                                                                                                                Agenda        item   5 A
        08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
                                                                                                                               Page   34
        115
 Issues                                                           Potentially      Less Than         Less Than             No
                                                                  Significant   Significant with     Significant         Impact
                                                                    Impact         Mitigation          Impact
                                                                                 Incorporated
Recommended mitigation
     The recommendations in the soils
                                          report must be followed modified as necessary by the                            finding
     of any soil conditions that deviate from those discovered
                                                                during the soii investigation
            Rear setbacks          on   lots 54     64 shall be at least 10 from the
                                                                                       point where   any   slope    30
            begins

Sources Soils enqineerinq report                    source 7

VII HAZARDS AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS Would the
                                                                                       project
                                                                                                                           x
a    Create      a   significant
                            hazard to the
public      or the environment through the

routine        transport     use or      disposal      of
hazardous materials

b Create         a         hazard to the
                     significant                                                                                           x


public      or the environment through

reasonably foreseeable upset and
accident conditions involving the release
of hazardous materials into the
environment

c Emit hazardous emissions or handle                                                                                       x


hazardous or acutely hazardous
materials substances                 or waste       within
one quarter mile           of   an   existing     or

proposed school
                                                                                                                          x
d    Be located        site which is included
                      on a

on a    list of hazardous materials sites
compiled pursuant             to Government Code
Section 65962 5 and                as aresult would it
create      a   significant     hazard to the public
or   the environment

e    For  project located within an airport
           a                                                                                                              x


land use plan or where such a plan has
not been adopted within two miles of a

public airport or public use airport would
the project result in a safety hazard for
people residing or working in the project
area


f For   a      project   within the                 of a                                                                  x
                                         vicinity
private airstrip would the proiect result in


     08 16 05            Council                                                                     Agenda     item     5 A
                  City             Meeting   Packet
     116                                                                                                           Page   35
Issues                                                                   Potentially           Less Than         Less Than              No
                                                                         Significant        Significant with     Significant           Impact
                                                                           Impact              Mitigation          Impact
                                                                                             Incorporated
a   safety     hazard for    people residing                or

working        in the   project area
                                                                                                                                         x
g Impair implementation of or physically
interfere with an adopted emergency
response plan or emergency evacuation
plan
                                                                                                     x
h  Expose people or structures to a
significant risk of loss injury or death
involving wildland fires including where
wildlands       are   adjacent         to urbanized
areas or       where residences                are

intermixed with wildlands

Explanation           The   proposed development                  would extend into an area dominated
                                                                                                       by grassland and
riparian vegetation          Most of the site would not be               developed but would remain essentially in its natural
state    The new homes would therefore be                         surrounded by natural vegetation within a larger area of

canyons and        grazing       lands that      are   expected      to remain       undeveloped      for the foreseeable future


The homes would create                 an   urban     edge adjacent to wildlands Homes in such situations are at risk of
being caught       in wildland fires Without             adequate plans for escape or for protection of the homes the
homes would         present       a hazard to the       occupants        as   well   as   to the   nearby neighborhoods

To meet this need for             planning      the    developer     has submitted a fire          management plan source 8             The

plan is intended to allow for emergency and fire personnel to maintain appropriate                               ingress and     egress
and raise a level of awareness for those living within and around wildland areas                                       Elements of the

plan    include
1   The creation of       specific      fire   protection        zones
2 Standardized fire resistant construction methods
3 Provision of clear             primary    and      secondary      access    and
4   Homeowner education


The proposed fire protection zones are determined on the basis of need for vegetation removal
pruning and replacement These zones include provision for strategic location of fuel breaks and the
installation of fire resistant          planting       as   well

Fire resistant construction standards will limit                         damage        if fires do reach the homes and will assist in

keeping      the fire from       spreading

Adequate entering                and   exiting for     fire and emergency vehicles will              assure that emergency vehicles

can reach the homes when needed


The     plan   involves the possible removal of protected plant species and the overall development plan
includes       some  intrusion into habitat areas for protected animals and plants Therefore the fire
management plan             is   designed       to be consistent with         regulations     of the     Army Corps   of   Engineers    the
U S Fish and Wildlife Service the Regional Water Quality Control Board                                      and the California



                                                                                                                 Agenda        item 5 A
      08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
      117                                                                                                                       Page 36
Issues                                                                 Potentially                Less Than           Less Than               No
                                                                       Significant          Significant with          Significant        Impact
                                                                            Impact             Mitigation               Impact
                                                                                              Incorporated

Department of Fish and Game These agencies                             should be included in the review process to assure that
the plan meets all of their requirements


One area that may be difficult to control is the part of a fire protection zone
                                                                                immediately                                    adjacent to the
city limits but outside it The zone is intended to protect those proposed home sites                                        proposed lots 61
68 that back up to the
                        city limits line This zone area is not part of the subdivision and therefore is not
subject to the control of the homeowners association or the City Designating area as a fire protection
zone      without    having     control   over   that      area   can result in the area not                     cleared        maintained
                                                                                                        being              or                 as

needed


To    assure   compliance        with the      requirements        of the    plan    the   plan    recommends inclusion of several
conditions into the Conditions              Covenants and Restrictions of the                      proposed       homeowners association


If the fire   management plan             is reviewed       by the affected agencies and any other relevant agencies and                           if
the CC      Rs and tract conditions include                 appropriate requirements for implementation of the plan the
hazard will be minimized              If the   plan   is   not reviewed and implemented the hazards may remain


Conclusion          May    be   significant    if not mitigated


Recommended            mitigation
            The UrbanlWildland Interface Fire                     Management         Plan submitted           by the applicant    shall be
reviewed      by affected
                       agencies including     Army Corps     the
                                                            Engineers                 of                      the U S Fish and Wildlife
Service the             Water Quality Control Board and the California Department of Fish and Game
                 Regional
as well as by the California Department of
                                            Forestry and changes shall be made to the document as
required reflecting comments from those agencies The amended final document shall become a part
of the    project   CC    Rs    by   reference and         by implementation           To avoid any difficulties that may arise from
future dissolution of the homeowners association                            essential   implementation measures shall be
incorporated        into the conditions of        approval        for the subdivision                                      for
                                                                                              including        measures
                                                                                                                                 continuing
enforcement


           The   project applicant         must secure control                     access to the
                                                                            over
                                                                                             adjacent county property next to
lots 61       68 that is within       a fire protection                in
                                                              zone
                                                                          perpetuity If such access cannot be guaranteed
then it may be necessary to               redesign these          lots to assure adequate fire protection for the homes


           The homeowners association created for this subdivision                                      its                shall be
                                                                                                   or         equivalent
responsible      for the      maintenance of the emergency access road to Vetter Lane to the
                           regular
satisfaction of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection This requirement shall be
reflected in the Covenants             Conditions and Restrictions CC                       Rs     for the subdivision


Sources UrbanlWildland Interface Fire                       Management         Plan        source 8       e    mail from Rob Lewin      source
201

VIII HYDROLOGY AND WATER QUALITY                                            Would the        project
                                                                                                                                              x
a    Violate any water quality standards                      or

waste     discharge requirements
                                                                                                                                              x




                                                                                                                      Agenda        item 5 A
      08 16 05 City Council       Meeting      Packet
      118                                                                                                                           Page      37
                                                                   Potentially      Less Than       Less Than         No
Issues
                                                                   Significant   Significant with   Significant      Impact
                                                                     Impact         Mitigation        Impact
                                                                                  Incorporated

b   Substantially deplete groundwater
supplies or interfere substantially with
groundwater recharge such that there
would be a net deficit in aquifer volume
or a lowering of the local groundwater

table level e g the production rate of
pre existing nearby wells would drop to                        a

level which would not support existing
land uses or planned uses for which
permits have been granted
                                                                                                         x
c   Substantially          alter the       existing
drainage pattern of the site or area
including through the alteration of the
course    of     a   stream     or   river in      a manner

that would result in substantial erosion                      or

siltation   on       or   off site
                                                                                                         x
d   Substantially          alter the       existing
drainage pattern of the site or area
including through the alteration of the
course      of   a   stream     or   river    or

substantially         increase the rate              or   amount
of surface runoff in            a manner        that would
result in    flooding         on    or    off site
                                                                                                         x
e   Create  contribute runoff water
                 or

which would exceed the capacity of
existing or planned                stormwater        drainage
systems or provide                 substantial additional
sources      of      polluted      runoff
                                                                                                                         x
f Otherwise           substantially degrade                water

quality
                                                                                                                         x
g Place housing within a 100 year flood
hazard area as mapped on a federal
Flood Hazard Boundary or Flood
Insurance Rate             Map       or   other flood
hazard delineation map
                                                                                                                         x
h   Place within   100 year flood hazard
                          a

area structures that would impede or

redirect flood flows



                                                                                                     Agenda       item 5 A
     08 16 05        City Council Meeting       Packet
                                                                                                                  Page   38
     119
Issues                                                        Potentially         Less Than        Less Than            No
                                                              Significant      Significant with   Significant         Impact
                                                                Impact           Mitigation         Impact
                                                                                Incorporated

                                                                                                                        x
i   Expose people         structures to a
                          or

significant    risk of loss injury or death

involving flooding including flooding                  as a

result of the failure of        a   levee   or   dam

                                                                                                                        x
j   Inundation   by   seiche tsunami             or
mudflow

Explanation      The    proposed       subdivision is    designed   to minimize grading Proposed grading will not
substantially   alter the
                     existing natural pattern of the land                Essentially the grading will create stepped
pads on each lot and will lower the average grade of the                 property

Storm water runoff will flow from the streets to catchment basins that will eventually flow into Pismo
Creek The    project includes development of a dual purpose drainage and wetland area providing for
sediment removal energy dissipation and
                                            biological enhancement Biological impacts of this project
are reviewed under
                       biological resources above The final design of the drainage area will be to the
approval  of the Public Works Department


Erosion control will be required for the building of the improvements and for the ultimate development of
each lot The   City grading regulations require such control to be designed for the short and the long
                      s

term before any work
                       begins and require that such control manage both the water and the soil so that
water flow is regulated and that soil does not leave the site These regulations
                                                                                 mitigate potential
impacts from development and from wet weather

Conclusion       Less than      significant Existing regulations      will   adequately   control any   potential impacts

Sources    Grading      ordinance source 16

IX LAND USE AND PLANNING                          Would the    project
                                                                                                                        x
a   Physically divide          an   established
community
                                                                                     x
b Conflict with any  applicable land use
plan policy or regulation of an agency
with jurisdiction over the project
 including but not limited to the general
plan specific plan local coastal program
or zoning ordinance adopted for the

purpose of avoiding or mitigating an
environmental effect

                                                                                                        x
c Conflict with any applicable habitat
conservation plan or natural community
conservation     plan
Explanation



                                                                                                  Agenda       item   5 A
    08 16 05   City Council Meeting      Packet
    120                                                                                                         Page   39
Issues                                                                     Potentially               Less Than            Less Than               No
                                                                           Significant          Significant with          Significant           Impact
                                                                             Impact                Mitigation               Impact
                                                                                                 Incorporated


Conservation and             Open Space              Elements


Policy   CO 13       requires      a   vegetation management plan of                  all   applications         for   development      on   parcels
that contain oaks          meeting       a   certain size    requirement          The
                                                                                plan             must show all oaks            on   the site must
identify   any oaks to be removed and                      must provide protective measures to                     avoid   impacts      on
                                                                                                                                             remaining
oaks A     monitoring program is required to assure that the                                    is                                    Such
                                                                                         plan     implemented correctly                        a plan

has been       developed by            the   applicant     and   was   included       as    part of the application materials                See the
discussion under bioloaical                  resources      above for       more    detail and        a   mitigation     measure     assuring    that
the   plan   is   part   of the   project

Policy   CO 14 calls for           protection       of   riparian   habitat The       policy requires           submittal of a      biotic   resources

management plan              for   projects     on   sites that include          riparian   habitat The          plan   is to include standards for

project development              to avoid habitat disturbance These standards                             are   to be used to determine the
extent of      development          and      are to include      preservation       of   groupings         of trees removal of diseased or
hazardous        plants    and their         replacement       limited  disruption of riparian vegetation                  a   recommended
minimum        riparian     buffer with standards for               development within that buffer

Policy   CO 21       provides specific policy              direction for    development near               Pismo Creek This           policy requires
a   minimum streamside              protection        to protect sensitive creek habitats The
                                                     zone                                                                  zone     boundary     should
be at least 100 from             the edge of riparian vegetation or from the top of the creek                             bank whichever is

greater Specifically              the   policy provides          see comments            interspersed       with text of    policy

                         Streamside Protection Zone                   There shall be         a minimum           streamside
           a
                                                                                                                               protection      zone    to

                         conserve      the   environmentally         sensitive habitats of the creek This buffer                    zone     shall be
                         measured from the outer edge of the                  riparian vegetation
                                                                                     where there is no riparian
                                                                                                            or


                         vegetation      from the top of the creek bank The minimum width of the buffer shall be                                       as

                         follows
                         West Bank             100 feetCypress northward to                  City    limits
                                               25 feetCypress         to   the   ocean

                         East Bank             100        feet S 101 northward to
                                                          U                                           limits
                                                                                             City
                                               50        feet S 101 to Dolliver Street
                                                         U
                                               25 feetIDolliver to the           ocean

           A lesser buffer may be permitted if 1 the minimum widths set forth above would render
           a parcel inaccessible or unusable for the purpose
                                                                designated in the land use plan or 2
           there is a showing by an applicant through the resource assessment study identified in
           item h that a lesser buffer will not result in loss of or adverse effects on streamside

           vegetation or           the biotic quality of the stream Alternative                            mitigations      shall be     required
           where lesser buffers                are   authorized          No
                                                       construction or vegetation removal except
                                                                              new

           for normal maintenance shall be allowed in the buffer zone with the exception of public
           roadways         or    bridges      identified in the Circulation Element                            paths   trails fences flood
           control structures and other similar structures deemed not to                                                            affect the creek
                                                                                                                   adversely
Comments            The
                            majority of the development is located outside a 100 buffer area The exception is the
small cullv       area     that iuts toward nronosed Street A within proposed Lot 70 Street A actuallv extends


                                                                                                                          Agenda        item 5 A
      08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
      121                                                                                                                                Page     40
Issues                                                               Potentially             Less Than           Less Than               No
                                                                     Significant        Significant with        Significant          Impact
                                                                       Impact              Mitigation             Impact
                                                                                         Incorporated

over a small       portion   of this            which may be                           of the              buffer
                                       gully                        seen   as   part            required            area


The   new    wetland to be created          as a     part of this project is     an    enhancement that         improves      the habitat
value of the site Protective measures outlined in the many
                                                            biological studies done on the site further
protect and enhance the habitat for all native species see sources 5 9 10 11 12 13 and 14 Given
these enhancements the             Planning         Commission       can   make    a   finding that the lesser buffer in this
location will not result in loss of            or   adverse effects    on   streamside       vegetation or the biotic quality            of the
stream


Although    required buffer area is provided with the small exception discussed above
             the                                                                                                             it is not so

designated    the plans To be sure that such a buffer is maintained after
               on                                                                                                           it should be
                                                                          development
designated and protected Without this designation alterations might occur to the buffer                                     area   that   are

damaging      to the habitat


Conclusion         May   be   significant

Recommended      mitigation A streamside protection buffer shall be delineated along the length of the
creek within which no  development shall occur other than the public pathway This buffer shall be a
minimum width of 100 from the edge of the existing riparian habitat or the top of creek bank whichever
is greater except where it appears not feasible to maintain this distance where Street A intersects with
the gully In any such areas the lesser setback shall be noted on the plan As part of its review of the
subdivision the       Planning     Commission shall review the lesser setback and determine if the lesser
buffer location will not result in loss of             or   adverse effects      on    streamside    vegetation            the biotic
                                                                                                                     or                  quality
of the stream If the Commission cannot make this finding the                             plan   must be revised to meet the 100
buffer   requirement throughout

         b
              Open Space The sandpit and channel where Pismo Creek enters the ocean and those
              portions of parcels located within the creek channel shall remain as open space and no
              structures or fill shall be permitted thereon



Comments Not           applicable      to this   development

         c    Conservation Dedication     Any new development shall be required to dedicate as a
              condition of any discretionary approval an easement for the protection of the streamside area
              consisting of25 feet or more from the top of the creek bank In addition new development
              shall provide access amenities adjacent to the creek for the city to use as a greenbelt and or
              recreation corridor


Comments           A minimum dedication of 25 is                 provided along        the                 side of the creek The
                                                                                             applicant s
dedication    near    the Price Historic Park is            a   dedication of additional        parkland   to   enlarge    that   park   the

remaining     dedication is for        public   access      and a creekside trail is to be built within it Therefore this
requirement     is met


         d    Structures in the Stream                              No structures shall be located within the stream
                                                                   Corridor
              corridor            excendams structures          necessaryfor flood control Durooses bridles when



                                                                                                                Agenda        item       5 A
   08 16 05    City Council Meeting         Packet
   122                                                                                                                            Page    41
                                                                       Potentially            Less Than           Less Than            No
Issues
                                                                       Significant         Significant with       Significant       Impact
                                                                         Impact               Mitigation            Impact
                                                                                            Incorporated
                                                                                                                                 when
               supports can be located outside of critical habitat                     a   public pathway and pipelines                  no

               alternative route is feasible


Comments A public pathway is to be built within the stream corridor No other construction is                                        planned
for within the stream corridor This requirement is met


          e    Limitations        on                        All development including dredging filling and grading
                                                           Development
               within the stream corridor shall be limited to activities necessary         for flood control                     purposes
                                                                                           of pipelines when             alternative route is
               bridge   construction water            supply projects        or   lying                             no

               feasible When such activities require removal of riparian plant species revegetation with
               local native plants shall be required Minor clearing of vegetation shall be permitted for
                        and      equestrian trails      bike trails view         points     etc
               hiking

Comments          Minor   clearing      of   vegetation     may be       required    for the   development        of the   public pathway
This   requirement      is met


          f    Minimize       Impacts        All permitted construction and          grading within stream corridors shall be
               carried out in such           a manner as     to minimize       impacts from increased runoff sedimentation
               biochemical        degradation        or   thermal      pollution

Comments The                            measures related to work near the                   riparian   habitat    see measures 2 and 3
                        mitigation
are   adequate    to assure this        requirement        is met


                                    No concrete       channeling or other major              creek alteration shall be       permitted
          g    Channeling
               unless   no   viable alternative exists


Comments No concrete                 channeling       or   other   major    creek alteration is        contemplated

          h     Resource Protection Plan A Resource Assessment and Protection Plan shall be                                      required
                and                 concurrent with                action        projects    located         parcels   which have   a
                                                                                                                                      portion
                      approved                              city            on                          on


                within the streamside          protection     zone       The plan shall include         appropriate measures to protect
                the creek    s   biological      and visual aspects


                                                                                     to minimize                 on creek habitat      See
Comments          Several     analyses        and   plans were developed                               impacts
sources 5 9 10 11             12 13 and 14 The             only portion      of the   project     that is within the streamside

               zone is a small         portion   of Street A The          protective    measures        in the   reports   noted above and
protection
in the related     mitigation      measures         constitute     a   resource assessment             and   protection plan    that will
protect   the habitat value          This    requirement      is met


Land    use   element conflict


 Policy   LU N 21 b       ofthe Land Use Element says

 Highland Drive shall be extended to connect with Price Canyon Road This extension shall include a
 grade separated crossing of the railroad Except for the two areas nearest to James Way additional
 residential develooment off Hiahland Drive shall not be approved until the Hiahland Drive extension is


                                                                                                                   Agenda       item   5 A
       08 16 05   City Council Meeting         Packet
                                                                                                                                         42
       123                                                                                                                      Page
 Issues                                                             Potentially      Less Than         Less Than              No
                                                                    Significant   Significant with     Significant          Impact
                                                                      Impact         Mitigation          Impact
                                                                                   Incorporated
 completed See also
 Circulation Element                C 1      Street Classification Plan

The   project is a residential development not near James Way and therefore s assumed to have to
meet the   requirement to develop the extension of Highland to Price Canyon Road The proposal does
not include the extension Therefore the
                                                      project design       appears to conflict with the above        policy
The subdivision
                design provides adequate access with two points of access on Highland one of which
connects to El Viento and therefore an alternative route and an
                                                                emergency access or egress to Vetter
Lane The access to Vetter is intended to be
                                                   improved with an all weather surface suitable for
emergency and everyday vehicles If adequately developed and maintained this route will be a suitable
emergency route for the subdivision

Intent of General Plan              policy

The Land Use Element              policy   stated above may have actually been intended to
                                                                                              apply to property
outside the      city   limits rather than within The
                                                        policy refers to the Circulation Element policy no C 1
which says


           C 1   Street Classification Plan and
                                                                Design Standards
           Streets shall be classified and           designed         asshown in Figure C 3 Functional
           characteristics of each classification              are    described in Table C 3



Figure   C 3 shows        a   new   inland arterial                     from Oak Park Blvd to Price
                                                          extending                                        Canyon      Road        and
shows this       arterial intersection with
                 new                                      a          extension of                Drive outside the
                                                              new                   Highland                       city limits
Figure   C 3 shows no connection from                               Drive to Price
                                                     Highland                        Canyon      Road within the present
                                                                                                                           city
limits


Given that the Land Use Element       policy refers to the Circulation Element and the Circulation Element
policy   includes the inland arterial but no other connection between
                                                                          Highland Drive and Price Canyon
Road      it appears that the intent of the Land Use
                                                        Element policy
                                                                   really     refers to              of this
                                                                                  development
connection outside the present city limits The requirement for a connection between
                                                                                       the two streets
was carried over from the previous
                                        general plan and the minutes of meetings on the general plan
update do not illuminate the intent in this case However the evidence suggests that the extension was
intended to be constructed outside the       limitscity

Conclusion the          design   of the subdivision       because it does not include the extension of Highland Drive
to Price   Canyon       Road appears to conflict with
                                                             Policy LU N 21 b of the General Plan Significant
unless     mitigated

Recommended mitigation

The  project includes an amendment to the above policy that would result in an
                                                                               exemption from the
requirement to build an extension of Highland Drive to Price Canvon Road Such an amendment must



   08 16 05 City Council                                                                              Agenda     item     5 A
                              Meeting     Packet
   124                                                                                                                        43
                                                                                                                     Page
Issues                                                                Potentially         Less Than           Less Than             No
                                                                      Significant       Significant with      Significant        Impact
                                                                        Impact             Mitigation              Impact
                                                                                         Incorporated
be acted upon and the subdivision must be determined to be consistent with the General Plan before
the subdivision can be approved


Price Historical Park Master Plan                  apparent conflict

The Price Historical Park Master Plan                   adopted by      the   City   Council calls for the dedication of additional
land for                       of the
                             planned                Price Historical Park
            use as
                        part                               Accordingly the applicant is offering to
dedicate lot 70 a         3 1
                       acre parcel that borders the new Street A and the portion of lot 69 that forms a

triangle adjacent to the city limits approximately 0 9 acres in area a total of 2 6 acres The master plan
calls for two acres in a configuration that would include a portion of Street A The additional two acres
is intended to be used for campsites for most of the
                                                       proposed circular stone corral and as the
Chumash Historical              Village

The Parks  Recreation and Beautification Commission reviewed the dedication offer on October 7
2004 and recommended that the dedication be found consistent with the master
                                                                             plan and that the                                           City
         the
accept         property into          the   park system

Conclusion Less than significant


Zoning Ordinance

The   zoning     ordinance       essentially repeats      the Conservation and           Open Space        element     requirements

        17 24 120          Riparian          Habitat Protection


        A     Application requirements       Resource Management                                      Plan         A land     use   permit
               application for any site which is traversed by includes                           any portion of or is within
                 100 feet of Pismo Creek Pismo Marsh                            or   any other watercourse shown as a blue
                 line                 USGS                                            map shall include a biotic resources
                         on     a               topographic quadrangle
                 management plan                  The plan shall include               standards for        project development           to
                 avoid habitat disturbance                 The standards              specified   in the     plan will be utilized        to
                 determine the scope of development


        B     General           habitat       protection       standards             The minimum standards                  that may be
                 specified       in   a   biotic   resources   management plan             shall include the         following

                 1   Provisions for the    preservation of groupings of trees in which at least 10 trees
                         with    minimum six inch diameter measured four and one half feet above
                                 a

                         natural grade will be retained


                 2   Provisions for the removal of               plants       from the habitat      areas    which      are   diseased    or

                         present public safety             hazards             These      conditions       shall     be certified   by     a

                         professional horticulturist           or a   licensed       landscape    architect         Plants removed for
                         these reasons  must be                 replaced         with    at   least four minimum               15   gallon
                         soecimens of each soecies


                                                                                                              Agenda        item 5 A
      08 16i05   City Council Meeting          Packet
      125                                                                                                                     Page 44
Issues                                                       Potentially           Less Than          Less Than            No
                                                             Significant        Significant with      Significant       Impact
                                                               Impact             Mitigation            Impact
                                                                                 Incorporated



        C   Riparian setbacks Structures paving and grading other than grading                                       determined
             by the Director to be necessary for slope stabilization shall be set back                               from Pismo
               Creek      and Pismo Marsh            and any other watercourses shown as blue lines                         on a

               U S G S        topographic quadrangle      map by the following minimum distances

               1     Pismo Creek          The following    required      setbacks shall be measured from the outer
                      edge of riparian vegetation          or    from the   top    of the creek bank where there is              no

                      vegetation

                      a    West Bank


                              1    100 feet from    Cypress      Street northward to         City limits

                              2    25 feet from    Cypress   Street to the        ocean



                      b    East Bank


                              1    100 feet from U S       101 northward to         City limits

                              2    50 feet from U S 101 to Dolliver Street


                              3    25 feet from Dolliver to the         ocean



               2     Pismo        Marsh    and     other   watercourses              The
                                                                      required setback shall be
                      measured from the outer edge    riparian vegetation or from the top of the
                                                                   of
                      creek bank where there is no vegetation   The minimum width of the creek
                      setback shall be 100 feet between environmentally sensitive areas and
                      proposed development

        D   Additional    Requirements                 Exceptions       to creek setbacks and additional               required
               riparian habitat protection          measures are         established      by   Policies CO 14 and CO 21

                   Riparian  Habitat and Pismo Creek Protection     of the Conservation                              and   Open
               Space      Element of the General Plan Local Coastal Plan


Comments The discussion above under Conservation and                         Open Space           Elements    also addresses
these   requirements      The recommended           mitigation   measure    also   applies


Sources Conservation and             Open Space      Elements Land Use Element              part of General Plan source
1 Zoning ordinance 2 Biological resources analysis letter 5                        Oak   protection plan 9 Mitigation and
monitoring plan 10 Steelhead plan 11 Red legged frog plan                          12    Invasive plant study 13 Red
lenned from assessment 14              Price Historical Park Master Plan           isource   22




    08 16 05
                                                                                                      Agenda        item 5 A
               City Council Meeting       Packet
    126                                                                                                             Page 45
                                                                 Potentially      Less Than       Less Than             No
Issues
                                                                 Significant   Significant with   Sign ificant      Impact
                                                                   Impact        Mitigation         Impact
                                                                                Incorporated

X MINERAL RESOURCES                         Would the         project
                                                                                                                        x
a   Result in the loss of        availability      of   a

known mineral        resource       that would be of
value to the      region    and the residents of
the state
                                                                                                                        x
b   Result in the loss of        availability      of a

locally important         mineral   resource

recovery site delineated            on a   local
general plan specific plan            or   other land
use plan


Explanation
Sources

XI NOISE Would the              project    result in
                                                                                                                        x
a   Exposure  of persons to or generation
of noise levels in excess of standards
established in the local          general plan          or

noise ordinance           or   applicable   standards
of other       agencies
                                                                                                                        x
b   Exposure of persons to or generation
of excessive ground borne vibration or

groundborne         noise levels
                                                                                                                        x
c   A substantial        permanent     increase in
ambient noise levels in the           project
vicinity   above levels        existing without         the
project
                                                                                                       x
d A substantial          temporary    or   periodic
increase in ambient noise levels in the

project vicinity     above levels      existing
without the       project
                                                                                                                        x
e   For    a   project   located within     an airport
land   useplan or where such a               plan has
not been  adopted within two miles of a
public airport or public use airport would
the   project      expose people residing or
working        in the project area to excessive
noise levels

                                                                                                                        x



                                                                                                  Agenda         item 5 A
      08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
      127                                                                                                        Page   46
Issues                                                           Potentially           Less Than         Less Than              No
                                                                 Significant        Significant with     Significant          Impact
                                                                   Impact              Mitigation          Impact
                                                                                     Incorporated
f  For a project within the vicinity of a
private airstrip would the project expose
people residing or working in the project
area     to excessive noise levels

Explanation         Road and house construction will increase noise levels in the area on a temporary basis
The Noise Element and Noise control       regulations sources 1 and 2 provide direction and limitations on
the   production    of noise These          regulations   will reduce the levels to below
                                                                                                  significant
The location of the homes is within             an area   not                  to          levels of
                                                                susceptible         high            freeway or other noise see
noise contour maps in the Noise Element                   Therefore residents will not be          subjected to objectionable
levels of noise because of the location of the homes

Sources         Noise element part of general plan source 1                 Noise     regulations part of zoning        code
source 2        General Plan Technical Appendix source 19

XII POPULATION AND HOUSING                             Would the      project
                                                                                                             x
a    Induce substantial         population growth
in   an area      either    directly for example
by proposing        new     homes and
businesses         or    indirectly   for   example
through extension of roads               or   other
infrastructure

                                                                                                                                x
b  Displace substantial numbers of
existing housing necessitating the
construction of replacement housing
elsewhere

                                                                                                                                x
c Displace substantial numbers of
people necessitating the construction                  of
replacement housing elsewhere
Explanation        The subdivision       was    anticipated   in the 1992 General Plan           The              to be
                                                                                                       property           developed
is designated      for   single family   residential          with the              defined in the zoning ordinance
                                                       use
                                                                         density

The      new   roads will   provide   access into an area   currently undeveloped thereby providing infrastructure
that could serve additional homes
                                                  Any additional development using this infrastructure however
would be in the
                        adjacent
                        open space                designated areas To develop these areas would require approval
of   a
         general plan       and    zoning     amendment That        amendment process will be                           to additional
                                                                                                           subject
environmental review


Conclusion Not           significant

Sources General Plan Land Use Element oart of source 1

XIII PUBLIC SERVICES



                                                                                                        Agenda         item    5 A
      08 16 05   City   Council   Meetin9   Packet
      128                                                                                                              Page    47
                                                                    Potentially          Less Than          Less Than                 No
Issues
                                                                    Significant        Significant with     Significant            Impact
                                                                      Impact              Mitigation          Impact
                                                                                        Incorporated

a    Would the           project result        in substantial adverse                 physical impacts       associated with the
provision     of    new or   physically       altered   governmental          facilities need for         new or   physically        altered

governmental            facilities      the   construction          of which        could     cause   significant         environmental
impacts in order to maintain acceptable                         service ratios         response times       or   other      performance
objectives for any of the public services
                                                                                                                                      X
            Fire   protection
                                                                                                                                      X
            Police   protection
                                                                                                                 X
            Schools

                                                                                                                                      X
            Parks

                                                                                                                                      X
            Other    public   facilities

Explanation
Schools The 68 homes              are   expected     to house    approximately         136 persons 20 of which are            expected      to
be children        based   on   2000 Census       figures    The General Plan           anticipated development in          this area and
concluded that the school district that would                 serve   this   area     Lucia Mar would be capable            of   accepting
the additional students To            help    the district   keep   up with the demand new                       construction fees
                                                                                                      housing
include a per square foot fee payable to the school district These feels are                                         to
                                                                                                       expected           mitigate   any
significant impacts that may arise from the additional students

Conclusion Less than              significant

Sources U S Census 2000 Isource 21

XIV RECREATION

                                                                                                                                      X
a    Would theproject increase the use of
existing neighborhood and regional parks
or   other recreational facilities such that
substantial        physical     deterioration of the
facility would       occur or     be accelerated

                                                                                                                                      X
b    Does the       project     include recreational
facilities    or   require    the construction        or

expansion          of recreational facilities that

might    have      an   adverse      physical    effect    on

the environment

Explanation          The subdivision includes two recreational dedications Lot 70 which is to be                             incorporated
into the Price Historical Park and the               bicycle pedestrian       trail   along   Pismo Creek which is consistent
with the Land Use and Parks Recreation and Access Elements of the General Plan These
dedications as          finally accepted see discussion of Lot 70 dedication under Land Use above                                    will
enhance the recreational           opportunities in the area serving both the residents of the subdivision                           and
visitors from elsewhere



                                                                                                            Agenda          item 5 A
      08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
      129                                                                                                                    Page     48
Issues                                                       Potentially         Less Than        Less Than             No
                                                             Significant      Significant with    Significant          Impact
                                                               Impact           Mitigation             Impact
                                                                               Incorporated


Sources Land Use and Parks Recreation and Access Elements                           oart of   source   1

XV TRANSPORTATIONITRAFFIC                               Would the   project
                                                                                                           X
a   Cause         an     increase in traffic that is
substantial in relation to the existing
traffic load and capacity of the street

system          Le     result in   a   substantial
increase in either the number of vehicle
trips   the volume to       capacity ratio on
roads      or     congestion at intersections
                                                                                                                         X
b   Exceed either             individually     or


cumulatively a level of service standard
established by the county congestion
management agency for designated
roads      or     highways
                                                                                                                         X
c   Result in        a   change    in air traffic

patterns including either an increase in
             or a change in location that
traffic levels
results in substantial safety risks

                                                                                    X
d    Substantially increase hazards due to
a   design feature e g sharp curves or
dangerous            intersections       or   incompatible
uses      e   g     farm    equipment
                                                                                                           X
e   Result in        inadequate        emergency
access

                                                                                                                        X
f Result in          inadequate parking capacity
                                                                                    X
g   Conflict with
               adopted policies plans
or programs supporting alternative

transportation e g bus turnouts bicycle
racks

Explanation

a   b   Impacts on traffic

The 68 residences         plus 31 multifamily residences that may be developed at a later date are expected
to add 833         trips
                      per day to the streets and intersections in the area The traffic study completed for this
project       source 17 projected the impacts on five intersections




                                                                                                  Agenda        item   5 A
     08 16 05       City Council Meeting Packet
     130                                                                                                        Page    49
Issues                                                                Potentially          Less Than        Less Than             No
                                                                      Significant     Significant with      Significant          Impact
                                                                        Impact           Mitigation           Impact
                                                                                       Incorporated

Highland     Drive James            Way
Fourth Street James             Way
Fourth Street U S           Highway       101 northbound onramp
Fourth Street Five Cities Drive
Five Cities Drive U S
                       Highway 101 southbound ramps

Thestudy included           the     anticipated    traffic to be   generated by approved projects          that have not been
completed

Mission Hotel         130   rooms

Pismo Office Park 55 000                  s
                                          f
Pismo Medical          Campus           79 000   f
                                                 s
McDonald       s    3 300   s   f
General retail        2 200         f
                                    s


Allowances         were made        for additional     projects    in the   area that have not   yet been approved

The    study   concludes that            impacts   on   intersections which         are   the most   significant impacts      will not be

significant        The level of service at all          intersections listed above will remain at level
                                                                                                      C                   or above     and
none will be reduced to a lower                  level than it has at present The primary effect will be                  slightly longer
delays     at these intersections


Conclusion           Less than       significant   No   mitigation    needed


c    Air traffic   patterns

The nearest    airport is the Oceano airport a small private airport The                        nearest   public airport is   in San
Luis    Obispo The project will have no effects on air traffic patterns for                     either of these  airports

d     Incompatible      uses


There is a     rough roadway currently existing                from    Highland     to Price Historical Park    Not   a   dedicated
       way the path was widened
right of                                           afew years ago when the historical Meherin house was moved
from Mattie Road to the historical
                                                 park see City files for information on this project A branch of this
accessway crosses the railroad right of way and connects to the City s Wastewater Treatment Plant
and Corporation Yard These
                             pathways can be seen faded on the subdivision map Occasionally
residents say City workers drive heavy equipment up this dirt road to Highland and use
                                                                                       Highland to
reach their destination Apparently this passage is used when the normal access on
                                                                                   Frady Lane is
inconvenient for        some reason




While this use by City employees is not common it is likely that when Street A is improved this route
will become more
                  tempting to these users Use of a residentially designed street for heavy equipment
is   inappropriate except           when there is      no   other access This       type   street is not designed for     heavy   loads
and the             pose a safety and noise and dust pollution hazard for nearby residents
            equipment       can

However the development of a
                             bicycle path along this route is likely to prevent its use for                               heavy
vehicles in the future



                                                                                                            Agenda        item    5 A
      08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
      131                                                                                                                  Page    50
Issues                                                                Potentially            Less Than             Less Than                No

                                                                      Significant         Significant with         Significant            Impact
                                                                        Impact               Mitigation              Impact
                                                                                           Incorporated
Conclusion         Less than           significant



Connection to Price                Canyon       Road


Policy   LU N 21 b says

          Highland           Drive shall be extended to             connect    with Price          Canyon      Road     This extension shall
          include        a   grade separated crossing           of the railroad     Except         for the     two areas nearest to James

          Way      additional residential      development              off   Highland Drive              shall not be      approved      until the

          Highland           Drive extension is        completed
Because   an undercrossing of the railroad tracks would be likely to be inundated in a storm the

applicant is not proposing the Highland Drive extension apparently required by the above policy A part
of the request is an amendment to the general plan to clarify this requirement As discussed under
Land Use and Planning above the policy is not specific about whether the connection between

Highland and Price Canyon Road is to be within the present city limits or outside The Circulation
Element map suggests that it is to be part of the new arterial to be constructed from Oak Park Road to
Price   Canyon       The       City   Council will be asked to make a determination of the intent of the                                  when it
                                                                                                                                 policy
reviews the General Plan amendment                       request     If the Council determines that the intent is to build the
connection        beyond       the    city   limits it may not   change   the   policy    at all       but allow the subdivision to

proceed

Whether      or   not the      Highland         Price   Canyon     connection is    required           it is advisable for the   project    to
have    anemergency exit beyond the two streets connecting to Highland Drive in the unlikely event that
both of these exits are blocked because they are so close to each other The alternative proposed by
the   applicant    is the extension of Street A to the                northerly city      limits to connect to       existing access
                                                                                                                       an

easement that extends to Vetter Lane in                    Arroyo     Grande This alternative            provides      an
                                                                                                                     acceptable
emergency entrance or exit but does not provide secondary                            access        for residents on a day to day basis
The two streets leading from Highland Drive into the project                         are    the    primary and secondary access
routes If    Highland         is blocked below either of these roads there is still access
                                                                                           through EI Viento
available which the Fire               Department       finds   acceptable

Elimination of the connection to Price
                                       Canyon Road does not have                                   a   significant effect on circulation in
the   area   according         to the traffic report discussed above                The traffic        study considered the subdivision
without the       Highland       Price       Canyon   connection and therefore did consider the                              of the
                                                                                                                  impacts
development        without this connection               It does    however increase         dependence           on   James   Way     and
Highway      101 not just for residents of Tract 2554 but any residents currently using these routes who

might    otherwise choose to use the new connection Traffic on Highway 101 is heavy especially as it
passes    through        Pismo Beach


Some of the traffic           on   James       Way   will be diverted to the    new    Price Street         overcrossing expected to             be
developed in the next several years construction is planned to begin in 2005 06 according to the City s
Capital Improvement Program The Price Street bridge would link Price Street to Five Cities Drive
without the need to use the                              Drivers who wish to              Price                 Road will be able to take
                                             highway                                use
                                                                                                   Canyon
James Wav under the hiohwav to Price StreetFive Cities and turn                                on       Price Canvon Road When traffic



                                                                                                                   Agenda        item      5 A
      08 16 05    City   Council Meeting Packet
      132                                                                                                                         Page      51
                                                                              Potentially              Less Than           Less Than             No
Issues
                                                                             Significant            Significant with      Significant          Impact
                                                                               Impact                  Mitigation            Impact
                                                                                                     Incorporated
on    101 is   especially heavy            residents are      likely to        use this alternative



The connection of           Highland Drive to Price Canyon Road would also have served as an alternative route
for   bicyclists   as     Price Canyon Road is a favored route for cyclists The proposed bicycle path to the
railroad tracks would          provide       a   part of what is needed to get to Price Canyon Road Enterprising
           will find a way from there but more casual or                                                   riders will not    attempt   it
cyclists                                                                             inexperienced

Intent The above            policy was carried           over from a           previous general plan

Conclusion The elimination of this alternative from the subdivision                                        design      does not create     significant
environmental impacts               If the connection to Price          Canyon Road is never built there may be effects on
future traffic     patterns    in the area        and    on   the   percentage of persons in the Highland Drive area who will
                                 for                           However                   modification to the     policy may simply         result in this
choose to       use   bicycles             transportation                            a

connection       being     built at    a   different time     or   in   a    different       configuration Approval of this subdivision
without the      requirement        for a connection to Price                  Canyon         Road does not preclude the creation of such

a   connection in the future


The                 Commission reviewed and recommended                                      approval   of this amendment        on   November 9
       Planning
2004 The issues related to this policy will be discussed when the                                        request for    an   amendment to or

                    of the    policy       is forwarded to the           City   Council Because the             general plan      amendment
interpretation
           has been modified               by   the   applicant     that
                                                                    request                  is   expected   to return to the    Planning
request
Commission for additional discussion                     prior to Council review

No    significant impact

Transit


Policy C       15 of the Circulation Element says                       in   part

           The City shall support the availability oftransit service as a means to reduce automobile
           congestion to provide transportation for those who have no other form of transportation                                               as a

           means to reduce air pollution and as a service to visitors



The residences at this end of                              Drive               not   presently       served   by transit     service The closest
                                                Highland                are

bus    stop    is at the Outlet Center           across    the     freeway           too far to be a feasible       stop for residents in this
area     When bus routes are not            conveniently                located          residents resort to    using their personal vehicles
thereby increasing           traffic   congestion and air pollution

Routes     change         however As the demand increases                               bus may be routed along James Way and then
                                                                                         a

onto some of the           major    collectors in the         vicinity        like   Highland If space is available stops may be
scheduled near this          project        entrance


Conclusion            Cumulatively          may be      significant

 Recommended               mitigation           Same as 1 w             under air quality


 Sources Traffic and Circulation Studv source 17                                     discussions with residents              source   23     Transit


                                                                                                                             Agenda     item     5 A
       08i16 05    City   Council     Meeting     Packet
       133                                                                                                                                 Page 52
 Issues                                                         Potentially         Less Than        Less Than           No
                                                                Significant     Significant with    Significant        Impact
                                                                  Impact           Mitigation         Impact
                                                                                 Incorporated
route maps for South           County Area Transit       and   Regional   Transit   Authority   source 24   Pacific   Heights
EIR source 27

XVI UTILITIES AND SERVICE SYSTEMS Would the
                                                                              project
                                                                                                                         x
a  Exceed wastewater treatment

requirements of the applicable Regional
Water   Quality         Control Board

                                                                                                                         x
b   Require       or   result in the construction of
new   water       orwastewater treatment
facilities   or   expansion of existing
facilities the construction of which could
cause   significant        environmental effects

                                                                                                        x
c   Require   result in the construction of
                  or

      storm water
new
                  drainage facilities or
expansion         of   existing    facilities the
construction of which could              cause

significant environmental              effects

                                                                                                                         x
d   Have sufficient water            supplies
available to       serve     the   project from
existing     entitlements and          resources    or
are new or        expanded         entitlements
needed

                                                                                                                         x
e   Result in     a    determination
                            by the
wastewater treatment provider that
serves or may serve the project that it

has adequate capacity to serve the

project s projected demand in addition               to
the provider s existing commitments

f Be served    by a landfill with sufficient                                                                            x


permitted capacity to accommodate the
project s solid waste disposal needs
                                                                                                                        x
g Comply with federal state and local
statutes and regulations related to solid
waste

Explanation

Theproject site        was   included in calculations of future water and        sewer service needs in     the 1992
General Plan




    08 16 05                                                                                        Agenda       item 5 A
               City Council Meeting       Packet
    134
                                                                                                                  Page 53
Issues                                                            Potentially             Less Than          Less Than           No
                                                                  Significant          Significant with      Significant       Impact
                                                                    Impact                Mitigation           Impact
                                                                                        Incorporated
A   significant upgrade      to the Wastewater Treatment Plant                           with repairs and
                                                                                along                     upgrades of related
facilities   are under way         The
                                   improvements            will result in treatment          capacity adequate to serve the
needs of     the built out city including                  annexations
                                          planned

The    City s   Water Master Plan concludes that the
                                                                  city   has   adequate       water    supplies to serve the build out
of the   existing city    limits The Water Master Plan                         7 2a shows
                                                                   Figure                          a portion of this subdivision in an
area   that has    inadequate      water pressure        However the                   utilities
                                                                            City   s               supervisor and the consultant
who  prepared      the water master               have confirmed that there
                                            plan                was inadequate information at the time

Figure 7 2a was created            to   develop an       of pressure in this location They have since
                                                     accurate     picture
determined that the pressure is similar to that across
                                                       Highland Drive from the project site adequate for
the development


Current regulations and proposed                              facilities will address
                                               drainage                                      drainage     from the new      development
adequately

Conclusion        no    significant impacts

Sources Wastewater facilities master plans 25 and Water Master Plan                                    26   conversations between
Brian Duncan and Tom Hembree and Kari Wacner source 30

XVII MANDATORY FINDINGS OF SIGNIFICANCE

                                                                                               X
a   Does theproject have the potential to
degrade the quality of the environment
substantiallyreduce the habitat of a fish
or wildlife
          species cause a fish or wildlife
population to drop below self sustaining
levels threaten to eliminate a plant or
animal                       reduce the number
          community                                      or

restrict the range of a rare or endangered
plant or animal or eliminate important
examples        of the
                  major periods of
California history or prehistory
Explanation        See                             and Cultural Resources
                          Biological Impacts                                           above

b   Does the                                                                                                                     X
                  project    have       impacts   that   are

individually      limited    but
                              cumulatively
considerable             Cumulatively
considerable  means that the

incremental effects of a project              are

considerable when viewed in connection
with the effects of past projects the
effects of other current projects and the
effects of probable future projects

                                                                                                                                 X
c   Does the oroiect have environmental


     08 16 05    City   Council   Meeting   Packet                                                           Agenda        item 5 A
     135                                                                                                                   Page 54
                                                           Potentially      Less Than        Less Than               No
Issues
                                                           Significant   Significant with    Significant         Impact
                                                             Impact        Mitigation          Impact
                                                                          Incorporated

effects that will    cause    substantial
adverse effects       on   human     beings     either

directly   or   indirectly

    SOURCES


    1     General Plan       City    of Pismo Beach     adopted 1992
    2     Zoning    Ordinance        City    of Pismo Beach  adopted 1998
    3     Photo simulations Visual            analysis provided by applicant        available in   project   files
    4     CEQA Air Quality Handbook Air Pollution Control District County of San Luis
          Obispo April 2003
    5     Biological Resources Analysis Letter of Findings for the PVP Property San Luis
          Obispo County California prepared for BDC Development Corporation Olberding
          Environmental Inc June 2003 Copy available in project files
    6     Phase 1 Archaeological Survey of Tract 2554 Price Canyon Area Pismo Beach
          California prepared for BDC Development by Thor Conway Heritage Discoveries
          Inc    June 21 2003         Copy available     in confidential files in   City of Pismo    Beach
          offices
    7     SoilsEngineering Report Tract 2554 Highland Drive                   Pismo Beach California
          prepared for Mr Rick Loughead by GeoSolutions Inc                    October 23 2003          Copy
          available in     project   files
    8     UrbanIWildland Interface Fire                   Vesting Tentative Map 2554
                                                  Management      Plan
          Pismo Beach California for PYP Investment Group Partnership by Oasis
          Associates Inc June 2004 Copy available in project files
    9     Oak Tree Protection Plan Vesting Tentative Tract Map 2554 Pismo Beach
          California for PYP Investment Group Partnership by Oasis Associates Inc June
          2004 Copy available in project files
    10    Mitigation   Monitoring Plan for the PVP Development Project Tract 2554 Pismo
                                  v
          Beach California for P P Investment Group Partnership by Olberding
          Environmental Inc June 14 2004 Copy available in project files
    11    PVP Development Project Tract 2554 Biological Assessment for Steelhead for
            P P Investment Group Partnership by Olberding Environmental Inc February 6
            v
          2004 Copy available in project files
    12    California Red legged Frog Avoidance and Preventative Measures for the PVP

          Development Project Tract 2554 for P V P Investment Group Partnership by
          Olberding Environmental Inc June 11 2004 Copy available in project files
    13    Invasive Vegetation Species Maintenance and Management plan for the PVP
                                                  v
          Development Project Tract 2554 for P P Investment Group by Olberding
          Environmental Inc May 25 2004 Copy available in project files
    14    PVP Development Project Tract 2554 Biological Assessment for California Red
          Legged Frog for P V P Investment Group Partnership by Olberding Environmental
          Inc February 26 2004 Copy available in project files



                                                                                              Agenda       item 5 A
    08 16 05     City Council Meeting   Packet
    136                                                                                                      Page    55
15 Letter from Air Pollution Control District                     County of San Luis Obispo Melissa Guise
     containing      recommendations for Tract 2554                  mitigation measures dated July 21
     2004     Copy available         in   project   files
16   Grading    Ordinance       City      of Pismo Beach            Municipal    Code Title 15 Section IV
17 Traffic and Circulation            Study     Tentative Tract        Map    2554 Associated             Transportation
     Engineers Sept           19 2003     Copy available             inproject files
18   Developer s Statement P V P Investment                          Group Partnership
                                                                   June 2004 Copy
   available in project files and attached to this document as an exhibit
19 Pismo Beach General Plan technical appendix Zucker Systems 1993 Available in

     Community Development Department
20 Electronic mail message from Robert Lewin to Judy Lautner et ai July 21                                           2004 with
   attached edited Fire Management Plan Copy available in project files
21 Pismo Beach General                Demographic Characteristics 2000 U S Census
22 Price Historical Park Master Plan           City of Pismo Beach prepared by the                             Friends of
     Price House          February    2000      Copy        available in   Planning library
23 Discussions with residents in the               Highland          Drive   neighborhood         at   an   advertised site
     visit   July   21 2004
24 Transit route maps South County Area Transit effective                                January      1   2003       Regional
   Transit Authority Route 10 effective May 1 2003
25 Wastewater Treatment Plant Master Plan and Collection                                 System Master Plan Final
     Reports        Carollo  Engineers        and John Wallace               Associates     prepared for the City of
     Pismo Beach           February 2000            available from        Engineering     Division
26   City    of Pismo Beach Water Master Plan                       John L Wallace         Associates          May     2004
     available from   Engineering              Division
27 Final Environmental     Impact Report PVP Pacific Heights Perspective Planning
     certified by the City Council September 14 1987
28   Final Environmental Impact Report Pi sma Beach General Plan Update Zucker
     Systems 1992
29   Electronic mail messages received from applicant s biologist Sept 20  Oct 11
     2004 forwarded by Carol Florence applicant s representative Copies available in

     project files
30   Telephone conversations between Brian Duncan City Civil Engineer and Tom
     Hembree City utilities supervisor and Kari Wagner principal at John Wallace
     Associates consultants who prepared the Water Master Plan source 26 October
     25 2004
31 Electronic mail dated March 23 2005 from Carol Florence                                                   electronic
                                                                                           containing
     mail from Jeff Olberding              biologist    dated March 22 2005
32 Electronic mail dated March 30 2005 from Jeff                             Olberding responding             to follow up
     questions       on biological impacts            clarification
33 Statement         opposing transplantation                as a   mitigation   for   impacts   to   rare   plants
     California      Native Plant Society July               9   1998 copy available in          project     files




                                                                                                       Agenda         item 5 A
08 16 05 City Council      Meeting    Packet
137                                                                                                                   Page    56
                                                 Exhibit 2
                                             Reduced Subdivision



                                                                                  I




                                                                        111I11
                                                                        Ijl
                                                                        1 r1



                                                                             IS

                                                                             I
                                                                             I
                                                                             I



                                                                   td

                                                                         e
                                                                         N




                              IC   O   000

                                               o

                                   O




                                                                        II

08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet                               Agenda    item     5 A
138                                                                               Page   57
                                                      Exhibit 3
                                            Letter from   Representative
                                Modifying      General Plan Amendment             Request

10   May 2005
Mr   Joseph    Boud   Planning      Consultant
CITY OF PISMO BEACH
760 Mattie Road       Suit A 3
Pismo Beach CA 93448

RE    Proposed Vesting        Tentative Tract    Map   2554     City    of Pismo Beach          Project    No 04 0026
      Amended      Project Description         General Plan Amendment

Dear Joe


With reference to the amendment to the Pacific Estates                    Planning      area   LU N 21 b Soecific Plan
Develooment        Criteria     standards       the  applicant        offers     the     following      revisions                                      to     the
recommended        language      see    your   correspondence      dated         July   9 2004        to further                                    clarify   the

policy   The   original   amended       language      appears    in    italics     while the additional clarification

appears in bold italics Pursuant to the re circulation of the Mitigated Negative Declaration and
discussions with Planning Division staff we respectfully request that the above mentioned
policy   be amended      as   follows


     b   Highland     Drive Extension

         Highland     Drive shall be extended to connect with Price                     Canyon      Road    This extension
         shall include agrade separated crossing of the railroad  Additional development off

         Highland Drive for areas currently located outside of the Pismo Beach City limits
         shall not be approved until the Highland Drive extension is completed        future

         development of such properties               in the   Highland        Drive area shall pay a                                               fair share
         contribution         toward     the  Highland Drive extension                         as     more   specifically
         established in the         Specific Plan required for Price Canyon                    Area     Planning Area R
We    appreciate   the   opportunity to further clarify the policy Please contact us should you have
any   questions    or comments   regarding the revised project description Thank you in advance for
your consideration


Respectfully
OASIS ASSOCIATES              INC




C M Florence       AICP Agent
 v
 P P INVESTMENT GROUP PARTNERSHIP

                                                                                   c    R Bloom         Planning Director
                                                                                   J    Lautner       Planning Specialist
                                                                                                      R Loughead PVP
                                                                                                       T Carmel C                                              N
                                                  04 0029             0                                     Treactv2524GPismPAaooIC resmpondenced             doc




                                                       Exhibit 4



                                                                                                      Agenda                                        item      5 A
08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
139                                                                                                                                                  Page     58
                                   General Plan Amendments per                       Municipal          Code

Pursuant to the
              City of Pismo Municipal Code Chapter 17 56 010 the                              following provisions       and procedures
have been adopted related to General Plan Amendments


17 56 010  Purpose of Chapter
Thefollowing provisions allow for the amendment of the General Plan this Zoning Code the official Zoning
Map or the Local Coastal Program whenever required by public necessity and general welfare

17 56 020         Applicability
A Generai Plan or Local Coastal Program Amendment may include revisions to text goals policies actions
or   land   use   designations        Amendments to this
                                               Zoning Code may modify any standards requirements or
procedures applicable to the subdivision development andlor use of property within the City Zoning Map
amendments have the effect of rezoning property from one zoning district to another



17 56 040         Initiation of Amendments
An amendment to the                General Plan       Local Coastal                        this             Code shall be initiated in
                                                                       Program        or          Zoning
compliance with this Section

A       Who may initiate            an   amendment An amendment may be initiated by


        1         The filing with the Commission of a resolution of intention               by the     Council


        2         The passage of a resolution of intention         by the Commission              or



        3         The             with the Commission of a
                        filing                                    petition   or   application by the record           owners   of   property
                  which is the subject of       a   proposed   amendment or       by their authorized agents

B       Application requirements An application for amendment shall be on the forms and accompanied
        by all information required by the Department and shall also be accompanied by the filing fee
        established by the City s Fee Resolution


17 56 040 Hearings and Notice

Upon receipt of a complete application to amend the General Plan this Zoning Code the Zoning Map or
the Local Coastal Program or upon initiation by the Director Commission or Council and
                                                                                               following
Department review public hearings shall be set before the Commission and Council Notice of the hearings
shall be given in compliance with Chapter 17 58 Public Hearings


17 56 050         Commission Action            on   Amendments
The Commission shall               make   written recommendation to the Council whether to approve approve in
                                          a

modified form           or   disapprove the proposed amendment based upon the findings contained In Section
17 56 070     Findings

17 56 060     Council Action             on   Amendments
Upon receipt of the Commission s recommendation the Council shall approve approve in modified form                                       or

disapprove the proposed amendment based upon the findings in Section 17 56 070 Findings

If the Council proposes to adopt any substantial modification s to the amendment not previously considered
by the Commission during its hearings the proposed modification shall be first referred back to the
Commission for its recommendation Failure of the Commission to report back to the Council within 45
                                                                                                                                       days
after the referral   within any longer time set by the Council
                             or                                                       shall be deemed            a   recommendation for
approval ofthe modification s




                                                                                                                 Agenda        item    5 A
08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
140                                                                                                                            Page     59
17 56 070  Findings
A     Findings for General Plan amendments                       An amendment to the General Plan may be        approved
      only   if all of the   following findings   of fact can be made in     a   positive   manner



      1      The proposed amendment is intemally consistent with the General Plan


      2      The proposed amendment would not be detrimental to the public interest                        health   safety
             convenience or welfare of the City


      3      The site is      physically   suitable   including access provision of utilities compatibility with adjoining
             land    uses      and    absence of       physical constraints for the requested anticipated land use
             development        s    and


      4      The proposed amendment is                in   compliance   with the provisions of the Califomia Environmental
             Quality Act CEQA




                                                                                                     Agenda    item 5 A
08 16 05 City Council         Meeting   Packet
141                                                                                                             Page 60
                                                        Exhibit 5
                        General Plan and         Zoning        Code   Consistency      Charts
                                   Zone      RSl        OS land Use Element
             Planning       Area Oak Park           Heights        Pacific Estates Subarea N 3


A GENERAL PLANILOCAL COASTAL PLAN POLICIES

Number       General Plan     Policy                                         Related      Issue
                                                                             Conditions
C 12          The Circulation Element lists City streets and their                        Map   and text must be
             Street   Classifications on Figure C 3 with a                                amended to reflect the
             location map                                                                 street patterns and
                                                                                          proposed improvements
                                                                                          of the subdivision Add
                                                                                          Street A to the Figure C
                                                                                          3 list of Minor Arterials
                                                                                          and amend the Figure C 3
                                                                                          map
CO 12        Finger Canyon Preservation requires that these                               The   integrity of these
             canyons and their vegetation is protected except                             canyons have been
             trails seating  picnic areas     utilities and or                            retained and shown          as

             aDDroved roads                                                               Ooen Soace
CO 13        Oak Tree Protection This policy discusses                                    An Oak Tree Protection
             preservation of oak trees and the oak forest                                 Plan has been prepared

             community and requires the preparation of a                                  and identifies protection
             vegetation management plan that identifies                                   systems and monitoring
             location of trees protection methods and removal                             methods
             criteria
CO 11        Development Regulations Slopes Under 30                                      None Grading and
             This policy describes the standards that must be                             Drainage plan has been
             met when development is proposed on hillslope
                                                                                          prepared and identifies
             areas                                                                        areas    of cut    fill that   are

                                                                                          consistent with this oolicv
CO 15        Riparian Habitat policy defines the habitat              and                 A Riparian Habitat Pian
             identifies standards that must be adhered to for                             has been prepared that
             any intrusion into such areas                                                identifies the areas
                                                                                          affected by the project
                                                                                          and methods and

                                                                                          mitigations   to maintain the

                                                                                          heaith of such     areas
CO 21        Pismo                    identifies policies that
                        Creek Protection                                                  A Resource Protection
             must be adhered to for any activities adjacent or                            Plan that has been
             within the habitat    zones    of the creek                                  prepared includes       a

                                                                                          number of documents to
                                                                                          maintain protect andlor
                                                                                          mitigate for sensitive
                                                                                          habitat and sensitive
                                                                                          soecies on the site
CO 22        The Price Canyon entrance to the City should                                 A Visual analysis was
             retain an emphasis on open space and scenic                                  prepared demonstrating
             qualities                                                                    consistency with this
                                                                                          oolicv
LU N 2       Pacific Estates sub planning        area   of the Oak Park                   This policy must be
             Heights planning        area    contains      a   policy that                amended or the
             states                                                                       imorovement of this road



                                                                                           Agenda           item 5 A
08 16 05 City Council    Meeting   Packet
142                                                                                                         Page      61
            Highland       Drive shall be extended to connect with                      connection must be
            Price   Canyon       Road    This extension shall include                   made      A General Plan
            a   grade separated       crossing of the railroad Except                   amendment has been
            for    the     two    areas    nearest
                                         to James Way                                   submitted to clarity the
                                 development off Highland
            additional residential                                                      timing and financial
            Drive shall not be approved until the Highland                              responsibilities of this
            Drive extension is comoleted                                                improvement
PR 21       Price Historic Park site        It is recommended that                      Approximately three acres
            theexisting park site be increase in size and                               of land abutting the
            additional park features improved to promote             an                 existing parkland is
            appreciation of the cultural history and early                              proposed to be dedicated
            settlement of the       City                                                to the City to implement
                                                                                        this policv
S 18        Wildland Fire Protection policies identify the                              An UrbanlWildland Fire
            criteria to be considered for development in areas                          Management Plan has
            with   potential high fire potential                                        been prepared and
                                                                                        contains numerous

                                                                                        mitigations and
                                                                                        develooment standards


B ZONING CODE

Number            Zoning District                                         Related      Issue
                                                                          Conditions
17 08 020         Single Family       Low   Density    Residential                     None      The   area

                  This zone is intended for area appropriate                           designated as RSL is
                  for neighborhoods of detached single                                 proposed for low density
                  family homes  with densities ranging from                            single family detached
                  1 0 to 4 0 dwellinn units oer acre                                   residential development

17 16 020         Special Purpose Open Space District                                  None      The   area

                  This   zone    is intended for   areas   with                        designated as OS is not
                  significant natural resources                                        proposed for intense
                  environmentally sensitive habitats andlor                            development Incidental
                  scenic view to be protected                                          development in the OS
                                                                                       areas

Number            Overlay Zoning        District                          Related      Issue
                                                                          Conditions

17 18 050         Noise N                                                              None The residential
                  This district is intended to protect noise                           development is outside
                  sensitive land uses from excessive noise                             of the railroad noise
                  levels                                                               corridor
17 096            View Considerations V                                                None      Proposed
                  This district is applied to      areas   along                       development does not
                  designated scenic highways and other                                 significantly affect major
                  major public view corridors                                          views Existing
                                                                                       development is
                                                                                       silhouetted on bluff top
                                                                                       above the residential
                                                                                       development of this
                                                                                       proiect




                                                                                          Agenda        item   5 A
08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
143                                                                                                       Page   62
                                                         Exhibit 6
                                General        Zoning Development Standards
                          Address           122   Highland Drive Zone OS and RSL
                 Planning    Area        Oak      Park Heights Pacific Estates Subarea                N 4

        Item                    Permitted       Required                 Code             Proposed          Complies
                                                                       Section
Min Lot Size                                                         17 08 040      All   proposed             yes
Lot   area           5 000 sf                                                       lots exceed
Lot width            50ft                                                           5 000 sf in

                                                                                    area     Lot 26
                                                                                    must be
                                                                                    redesianedl

Maximum              1 to 4 units per acre                           17 08 040      1 17 units ac              yes
Densitv
Maximum        no    1 unit per parcel                               17 08 040      1 unit                     yes
of du narcel

Setbacks                                                             17 08 040      unk                 To be
Required                                                                                                reviewed at
Front                20ft                                                                               time of bldg
                     See Section 17 10 040 A for second                                                 permit
                     floor setbacks requirements                                                        application
                     See Section 17 34 070 A for
                                             4

                     garage setback requirements
Sides each           5 ft

Street side          10ft
Rear                 10ft    on   parcels with a depth of70
                     ft   or more   5 ft on parcels with a
                     depth of 70 ft      or   less

Special   Rear       Lots 54 64 10ft from top of slopes
                     greater than 30                                 Condition of
                                                                     mltiaation
Site Coveraoe        55      of lot   area max                       17 08 040      unk                 As abave
Building Floor       0 72 max for       parcels larger   than        17 08 040      unk                 As above
Area Ratio           2 700 sq ft
IFARl
HeTaht Limit         25 ft                                           17 08 040      unk                 As above
Landscaping          20              See Chapter
                             of site area                            17 08 040      unk                 As above
Reouired             17 30lLandscaainal
Parking              2 perdwelling in a garage See                   17 08 040      unk                 As above
                     Chapter 17 34 Parking and
                     Loadinnl for desinn details
Character            Requires design features and                    17 10 040      unk                 As above
                     eiements similar to houses in vicinity
Design               Requirements related      to garages            17 10 040      unk                 As above
Features             building     elevations and roaf planes




                                                                                               Agenda       item     5 A
08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
144                                                                                                          Page     63
                                                Exhibit 7
                  Planning        Commission Resolution 04 0026 November 14 2005


        A Resolution ofthe                   Planning         Commission of the           City    of Pismo Beach
                             Recommending Approval  to the City Council of
                              General Plan Amendment Project No 04 0026
                        Address  122 Highland Drive Zone OS and RSL
                  Planning Area Oak Park Heights Pacific Estates Subarea N 3


WHEREAS      P V P Investment Group  Applicant has submitted an application to the City of Pismo
Beach for an Amendment to the Pismo Beach General Plan Circulation Element Street Classification and

Circulation Map and the Land Use Element for Oak park Heights Pacific Estates Subarea N 3 and


WHEREAS the          Planning     Commission held   a duly noticed public hearing            on   November 14 2004 at which
all interested persons      were    given the opportunity to be heard and


WHEREAS the          Planning     Commission has considered the draft Negative Declaration with                   Mitigation   of
Environmental Impacts         in accordance with section 15074 a of the Government Code                     CEQA
Guidelines and


NOW     THEREFORE            BE IT RESOLVED by the                 Planning    Commission of the City of Pismo Beach
California   as   follows


A       FINDINGS REQUIRED FOR GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENTS PURSUANT TO MUNICIPAL
        CODE CHAPTER 17 56 070


        1            The proposed amendment that would 1 add a proposed street and emergency access
                     road to the Circulation Element and 2 eliminate the requirement at this time of
                     improving     a   road from    Highiand    Drive to Price   Canyon   Road is    internally   consistent with
                     the intent of the General Plan


        2            The proposed amendment would not be detrimental to the public interest health safety
                     convenience or welfare of the City


        3            The site is       physically   suitable   including   access   provision of utilities compatibility with
                     adjoining    land uses and absence of          physical   constraints   for the requested anticipated
                     iand   use   development       s   and


    5   The proposed amendment is in compliance with the provisions of the California Environmental
        Quality Act CEQA

UPON MOTION of Commissioner                 seconded by Commissioner                                                the   foregoing
Resolution is hereby approved and adopted the 9 day of November 2004 by the                            following    role call vote
to  wi


AYES
NOES
ABSTAIN
ABSENT


Chairman                                                               ATTEST




08 16 05 City Council       Meeting      Packet                                                         Agenda item             5 A
145                                                                                                                       Page      64
                                                             Exhibit 8
                                     Planning       Commission Minutes 11 9 04


Commissioners     Waage and Commissioner Vardas excused themselves                                               as   they
reside within 500 of Public Hearing Agenda Item C 1


Public     Hearing Agenda Item C 1 Concept review General Plan and Zoning                                                Code
amendments for      Planning commission review and recommendation to city
council  applications 04 0133 and 04 0134 PVP Investment group applicants
Recommendation Approve Resolutions 04 0133 and 04 0134 recommending City
Council approval of the General Plan and Zoning Code amendments


Public     Hearing Agenda                 Item C 2    Concept          review    Vesting       Tract   Map     2554 at 122
Highland        Drive to         develop    68 residential lots 4          undeveloped lots 3 open space
lots and    one        remainder          parcel    Application         04 0026 PVP Investment Group
applicant
Recommendation                   Review and Comment


Joe Boud        Joseph Boud Associates The City                           has contracted with           us   to assist in the
review and                                         action item before you this
                 processing of the application There                      is   one

evening  which is Item C 1 and one review and comment item which is Item C 2   Item
C 1 is two amendments to the Pismo Beach General Plan and Zoning Code These
amendments          were  prompted by the application                    for the     Vesting   Tract   Map 2554         so

without    an     understanding of the Tract Map and                     the solutions and the         requested
amendments it would be difficult to understand the General Plan amendments                                              so we

will discuss them both and you                  can   make your comments                  specific   to the action item


Chair Sorgenfrei So we are taking                       action     on    item C 1 and item C 2 is still          just
concept review Correct

Joe Boud          That is correct This             project   is   on   the eastern sector of the           City between
Highland     Drive and Pismo Creek the railroad and north of
                                                         Highway     This abuts                        1
              and Price Historic Park Muni Code Chapter 17 discusses General
county property
Plan amendments The review is to be done by the Planning Commission with a
recommendation to the City Council The City Council makes the final decision on the
amendments to the General Plan   This evening we will discuss the subdivision and
make a recommendation on the General Plan The City Council is tentatively set to
review this       on   December 7            If the Council approves the amendment then the actual
subdivision will        come       back to the     Planning Commission sometime in January

The General Plan amendments before you                            tonight      are    1   add Street A to the circulation
element and 2 amend the Pacific Estates                           Planning      area      that would   target   the
improvement            of   a   road to Price      Canyon    Road from         Highland

I feel that it would be best to let the               applicant        answer    your     questions



                                                                                                           Agenda     item 5 A
08 16 05   City   Council       Meeting   Packet
146                                                                                                                     Page    65
Chair                    Thank you        We will hear from the            applicant       then
        Sorgenfrei

                           185 Naomi Shell Beach           CA      My      name       is Richard Lawhead and I
Richard   Loughead
have with    me   several of my staff to address          specific     areas       They      are



Carol Florence

Bill Rebic
Dick Pool
Jeff Olberding

                                                                                           conceptual     view of what
Carol Florence        presented a     PowerPoint      presentation showing             a

the   project   will look like and how it will look in the environment


Commissioner Burnes              Are you    proposing      CC      R   s   whereby the        color scheme will be
maintained


Richard    Loughead        Yes


                                                 the location and          design     of the retention     area   and
Commissioner Halldin             Inquires   as

wetlands     improvement       area



                           You mentioned that there has been                 a   traffic   study   done    Does
Chair    Sorgenfrei
anyone want to discuss that

                                                                                   traffic             Concern is
Dick Pool               Transportation Engineers Explains
                Associated                                                                    study
amount of traffic on Highland Current volume on Highland                           is 80     exiting   and 31

entering This is well within the capacity

Chair    Sorgenfrei        I knew that    was a concern



Dick Pool       There is   probably    100 units     currently   on    Highland

Chair    Sorgenfrei        So it is well within the     capacity

 Dick Pool      Yes


 Chair                     How will the    new   road   help   with    access to       the   park
         Sorgenfrei

 Joe Boud       explains   how this will   help park     traffic


                                                                              is it
 Commissioner Burnes              This is not    a   gated community

 Joe Boud No


 Chair    Sorgenfrei       Does this fit with    zoning



                                                                                                    Agenda      item    5 A
 08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
                                                                                                                 Page   66
 147
 Joe Boud Yes           please         refer to the staff   report

 Public Comments


 Karen  Hyatt Resident of Pacific Estates Expressed concern regarding access Also
 posed the question if this project could proportionately finance the access road and
 bridge to Price Canyon Road when and if future development in the County were to be
 annexed and developed


 Byron Thinger 295 Reef                  Pismo Beach         Expressed concern that there is no affordable
 housing being planned in                this subdivision     as required in Section XV where the SLO
 Council of Governments                  in this   area



 Joe Boud When this          project and subdivision               was   first submitted it did show     a   delineated
 area as    future    multiple family housing

 Dan Aguerra no last name 128 EI Viento Pismo Beach Concerned about park
access  Inquired about the maintenance responsibility of the Highland Drive
landscaping Inquired about the heights of buildings related to the residences along
Highland Drive Also expressed concern that streetlights may shine into his back yard

Joe Boud The building pads shown on the
                                               grading plan indicate that future residences
will be lower than the finish floors of the
                                            existing residences The height from Highland
Drive will probably take care of the
                                      streetlight concern Staff will investigate the
requirement   and design of streetlights for the tract


Chair    Sorgenfrei           I   am sure           can   work with the
                                              you                          planner   on   this issue



Chair    Sorgenfrei               In               to the affordable
                                       regards                           housing     there   are areas    that would
better     serve     this               of
                             type            housing        This    housing   should      have   access      to   public
transportation         He gave         examples      of   areas   that would be better


Annette Smith           120 EI Viento              Pismo Beach        Expressed    her concern regarding the
proposed  road and           being      cut off from Five Cities Drive         Also made comments related to
Price Historic Park          access



Effie McDermott Gave
                         background on Price House Recommended that Street A be
moved further to the east Questioned if
                                            public services water sewer utilities etc
would be extended to the Price Historic Park Recommended that
                                                                  landscape screening
be included with Street A where it abuts the Park


Gene Moss Nmaas 230 EI Viento Pismo Beach and Charmain
Both expressed concerns about additional traffic and the desire
                                                                    Taylor no address
                                                                to have access to Price
Canyon Road



08 16 05   City   Council   Meeting     Packet                                                   Agenda      item   5 A
148
                                                                                                             Page    67
No more     public   comments         Close to    public

Commissioner Burnes               This           very well   presented    I        in favor of                this
                                           was                                am                  approving
resolution


Commissioner Halldin              I   am   pleased   that the CDF feels    they have two ways to get to
theproject I do not        feel that low cost         housing   would    be good there  All in all it is a
good development

Chair   Sorgenfrei       I want to thank Mr          Loughead      He has done                                and
                                                                                       a   very   thorough
excellent   job presenting    this     project




                                                                                           Agenda     item 5 A
08 16 05 City Council   Meeting   Packet
149                                                                                                    Page    68
                                                      Exhibit 9
                         Planning       Commission Resolution June 28 2005


                                         RESOLUTION NO                04 0026
       A Resolution of the     Planning Commission of the City of Pismo                         Beach
                         Recommending Approval to the City Council of
                                General Plan Amendment No 04 0026

              Planning     Area        Oak Park      Heights     Pacific Estates Subarea N 3


WHEREAS            v
                   P P    Investment         Group    Applicant has submitted an application to the
City of Pismo     Beach to   clarify     a   General Plan  policy by requesting an Amendment to the
Pismo Beach General Plan Land Use                     Element for Oak Park Heights Pacific Estates
Subarea N 3 and


WHEREAS     the Planning Commission held a duly noticed public hearing on June 28
2005 at which all interested persons were given the
                                                    opportunity to be heard and

WHEREAS the          Planning      Commission has considered the draft
                                                        Negative Declaration
withMitigation     of Environmental
                          Impacts in accordance with section 15074 a of the
Government Code CEQA Guidelines and


NOW    THEREFORE             BE IT RESOLVED              by     the   Planning   Commission of the        City   of
Pismo Beach        California     as   follows


A      FINDINGS REQUIRED FOR GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENTS PURSUANT TO
       MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 17 56 070


       1         The   proposed amendment that would eliminate the requirement at this
                 time of  improving a road from Highland Drive to Price Canyon Road is
                 internally consistent with the intent of the General Plan

       2         The  proposed amendment               would not be detrimental to the         public    interest
                 health safety convenience              or   welfare of the   City

       3         The site     is    physically    suitable      including     access   provIsion   of utilities
                 compatibility with adjoining land uses and absence of physical                    constraints
                 for the requested anticipated land use development s and


       6         The   proposed         amendment       is in    compliance      with the   provisions    of the
                 California Environmental            Quality   Act CEQA


B      THE       PLANNING              COMMISSIONAPPROVAL OF RECOMMENDS
                                                              THE
       CLARIFICATION LANGUAGE TO A GENERAL PLAN LAND USE PLANNING
       AREA POLICY AND ADOPTION     OF THE   NEGATIVE DECLARATION
       ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION TO THE CITY COUNCIL




08 16 05   City Council Meeting    Packet                                                   Agenda   item    5 A
150                                                                                                     Page     69
UPON       MOTION          of    Commissioner                        seconded    by     Commissioner
                     the    foregoing   Resolution is    hereby approved        and   adopted the 28th
      of June 2005   by    the   following   role call vote to wit
day

AYES
NOES
ABSTAIN
ABSENT


Chairman                                          ATTEST




                                                                                      Agenda   item   5 A
08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
                                                                                               Page   70
151
                                                    Exhibit 10
                                Planning      Commission Minutes 6 28 05
                                                     Excerpt
 1    Public Hearina Aaenda


 Item 1A
General Plan Land Use Element Amendment Conceptual review of subdivision
and associated environmental review
1     Chanae to policv LU N 21b Pacific Estates Plannina Area to clarifv the intent
           of the policv The policv reauires construction of a arade separated
                                                                                 crossina of
           the railroad that connects Hiahland Drive and Price Canyon Road              The
           amendment would clarify where and when the connection would be built and
           provide direction on how it would be funded   Affects property within the Pacific
           Estates Plannina      area and the Price Canyon annexation                area
2          122 Hiahland        Conceptual review of Tract 2554


Chairman        Sorgenfrei stated that this project              was    a  continuance from November 9
2004 when the       Planning Commission reviewed                 the   proposed subdivision

Commissioner Vardas asked                   to be recused        as    he resides within 300 ft      of Public
Hearing Agenda         Item 1A


Commissioner Anderson asked about the letter from James W Andrew of
                                                                            Morgan
Lewis Counselors At Law representing Mr Tim
                                                 Lewy who is a partner in Big Bird
Partnership which owns approximately 250 acres of land adjacent to 122 Highland
Drive  The letter requested a postponement of the Commission s consideration of the
GPA Map and MND because no notice was
                                             provided to Mr Lewy of the June 28
Planning Commission meeting                 The letter stated notice to the owners of the             Big   Bird
Property is required by Section            17 58 020 of the Pismo Beach Municipal Code


Commissioner Anderson expressed concern that the email sent
                                                                  by Judy Lautner on
3 11 05 to Mr Andrews stating that she would
                                              try to remember to send an email when
the next public hearing was scheduled and would add Mr Andrew s name to the
                                                                               public
notification list might be interpreted at a later date to mean the notification was
promised      and   required

Community Development                Director Bloom said that additions to the notification list
lag

Planner       Joseph   Boud confirmed that the notification                              the website and
                                                                            was   posted    on
also in   a   newspaper of                 circulation
                               general                   as   specified by   Government Code


Community Development Director Bloom explained that the Planning Commission
would only be recommending approval of the proposed general plan amendment to the
City Council The City Council would take the final action Notification to all interested




08 16 05                                                                                    Agenda   item   5 A
           City Council Meeting   Packet
152                                                                                                          71
                                                                                                     Page
parties would       be     required     for that   meeting        He said there would be 2               more     public
hearings

Chairman      Sorgenfrei said all interested parties                 would have           an    opportunity     to   give
comment      during these upcoming public hearings

Commissioner Anderson reviewed Section 17 58 020 of the Pismo Beach Municipal
code and said it stated that any person who filed written notice and paid a fee would
receive notification of public hearing meetings


Community Development Director                         Bloom and Senior Planner Graham confirmed
there   was no     fee


Commissioner             Anderson        said    he    was    concerned      that    if   procedures        were      not
followed     the   partners     in the    Big   Bird                 would have
                                                     Partnership                      grounds         in the future to
attack the recommendation of the                                                    made
                                                    Planning Commission                   during         the   July   28
meeting

Community Development                   Director Bloom said that the           Big   Bird      Property     was   within
the Sphere of Influence properties outside the city limits The revised Amendment
request now before the Planning Commission for review and recommendation did not
affect the   Big    Bird                  The
                            Property               noticing was done according            to state      planning law
Once the recommendation from this                   Planning Meeting is passed            on    to   the City Council
there will be 2 more public hearings                   Notification to the                     within the              of
                                                                             properties                     Sphere
Influence will be sent          prior    to those      hearings   and the                               will have the
                                                                             property owners
opportunity   to   present      their comments at that time


Vice Chair Ehring said this was a review of the Amendment to Tract 2554                                              The
Commission would be taking no action


Community Development Director Bloom said the information presented during this
meeting was to help the Planning Commission understand the project in relation to
policy The Planning Commission would provide a recommendation to the City Council
and the proposed Vesting Tentative Tract Map 2554 could come forward for public
hearing   at that time


Chairman      Sorgenfrei        asked the                   how
                                                applicant         they felt about moving         forward


Carol Florence Project Planner said they were prepared to move forward    She said
that there had been a tremendous amount of communication with the owners of the
                                                                                Big
Bird Property She said they had met with the owners several times since       2005                     January
and had discussed certain             aspects     of the   project

Vice Chair                 said the
               Ehring                   applicants had gone to a great          deal of expense to have the
Project   Planner here and he            suggested they move forward            since this was a conceptual
presentation only        for   Planning Commission           review and   no   action would be taken



                                                                                                Agenda      item 5 A
08 16 05 City Council    Meeting   Packet
153                                                                                                            Page 72
Community Development Director Bloom confirmed that the Planning Commission
would be taking action on a recommendation to clarify one policy in the General Plan
Land Use Element but would be taking no action on approval of Vesting Tentative Tract
No 2554


Chairman            Sorgenfrei      said he wanted to        move        forward with the      conceptual        review


Commissioner               Anderson         revisited    his                    that correct
                                                                     procedures regarding
                                                                 concern

notice to owners of  Sphere of Influence properties in the Price Canyon Road Planning
Area LU R regarding public meetings be followed especially when owners make
specific requests in writing to be included on the notification list

Chairman                     they would need to be more cautious at this time if there
                    Sorgenfrei      said
were            public hearings scheduled for this agenda item He said since there
           no more

would be more public hearings it was safe to go forward with the review He cautioned
that staff needed to make sure that the failure to notify owners does not happen again
that the owners who request notification need to be placed on the list with accurate
address information


Richard       Loughead            185 Naomi        Shell Beach           CA     introduced himself         as    the   applicant
and introduced Carol Florence                     Planner and           Terry   Orton      Engineer        He said his staff
was       present    to   provide   technical clarifications         on   the   project

Joseph Boud Joseph Boud                          Associates Contract Planner for the                    City     said that the
proposed amendment was                      reviewed        by     the    Planning     Commission           at the       11 9 04
meeting for recommendation                  to the          Council The Council                       scheduled to review
                                                     City                                     was

it   on   12 7 04         He said the item       was   pulled      from the Council        agenda      before     they   saw   it
As    consequence the applicant decided to request an amendment to the General Plan
      a

to clarify the Highland Drive extension requirement         This amendment would more
clearly pinpoint that the properties in the Sphere of Influence in the Price Canyon Road
Planning       Area        LU R     currently    outside    city    limits would pay a fair share contribution
toward       the     Highland       Drive    extension             He   said staff feels comfortable with this
recommendation to amend the General Plan                                  See Attachment A             b     Hiahland Drive
Extension


Vice Chair   Ehring referred to the aerial map of the Price Canyon                                  area   and asked which
of the streets would be extended first Street A or Highland Drive


Contract Planner Boud said Street A stubs out at the                                city   limits    Since the     use    of the

property beyond Tract 2554 is speculative the                            use   of Street A     as a   loop   road would be
part of the General Plan action at a future date

Vice Chair          Ehring     asked     as a    general policy         would    Highland     Drive be extended first


Contract Planner Boud said                   Highland    Drive      or   Street A   depending         on   the   plan


                                                                                                       Agenda          item   5 A
08 16 05     City   Council   Meeting   Packet
154                                                                                                                     Page 73
Community Development        Director Bloom said Highland Drive cannot go                               anywhere
until Howard Mankins comes in for development in the Sphere of Influence                                 He said

Mankins is an agricultural reserve that goes 10 years out


Vice Chair       Ehring   asked if the street extension             language could be more general
stating   the extension of   a   road to Price      Canyon    Road   through the properties rather than
giving a specific street     name



                             said this                                    It would           the amendment
Chairman        Sorgenfrei               was a      good suggestion                   give
more    flexibility

Contract Planner Boud            suggested      that the     language might      be   changed      to    Highland
Drive    or atributary    extension off       Highland     Drive    shall be extended to connect with
Price   Canyon Road

Vice Chair   Ehring agreed that the language should be changed                         as   Contract Planner
Boud    suggested He asked if the Planning Commission could vote                       on   this   change

Chairman        Sorgenfrei   said he would like to hear the          applicant s presentation        first


Richard      Loughead                Florence Planner Terry Orton Engineer and
                          introduced Carol
Dick Pool                    He said this development was not created in a vacuum
                Traffic Consultant
Before coming before the Planning Commission the project was presented to Parks
and Recreation which unanimously approved it He has also met with neighbors City
Planners and the City Engineer Also 45 50 people in the project area have received
notices and he has had personal conversations with Mr King and Godfrey He said he
agreed     with Vice Chair    Ehring     on   the   Highland    Drive extension issue and there would
be   opportunities    down the road           to address it        He wanted to make clear that this
amendment would affect his             v
                                       P P     property    and he would be     contributing        to the studies

and the expense of the circulation       He is committed to                   working with         the   City   and

neighbors to proceed to a plan that is real

Carol Florence                            accompany her PowerPoint presentation         Her
                passed out booklets to
                                                                             and how it will
presentation showed a conceptual view     of what the project will look like
look in the environment     It included access routes in red for proposed circulation
single family lot map overlayed in relation to Highland Drive photo simulations showing
what homes will look like as they come down the slope using earth tone color palette
                                                                                                             and
photo    simulation   showing     how tract     vegetation     will blend with   existing vegetation               a

view of Tract 2554 in relation to Price Historical House


Chairman        Sorgenfrei    said the    photos      were    very valuable      especially    those     showing
future construction


Carol Florence reviewed the Price Historical Park Master Plan slide        She said the

quiet nature of the park was very important to the historical site To address this Street


                                                                                            Agenda       item 5 A
 08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
                                                                                                         Page      74
 155
A  was moved upslope to allow a substantial buffer between the
                                                                 park and the roadway
She said Street A would provide more
                                       public access to the historical park They have
dedicated 3 1 acres to the park which is above the
                                                   park dedication requirement There
is also a provision for a       easement for a
                                  floating                 link to James
                                                                    pedestrian at some                  Way
future date


Vice Chair  Ehring asked about the part of the trail easement closet to James Way He
said it showed that it was
                            approximately 25 ft wide He asked how it connected with
the other one when it goes right along the boundary He noted it
                                                                 gets very steep around
the corner and asked if it exceeded 30    slope

Contract Planner Boud                   that the trail would be dedicated but not
                                  explained                                       developed
as a 25 trail easement within the 60 wide paper street ROW
                                                                        Development would
occur at a later date after feasibility
                                        analysis and alignment studies

Vice Chair                said he wanted to understand
                Ehring                                                everything    as   the   public   may want to
understand


Vice Chair      Ehring said Lot 71 was within           the 100 years flood          plain     He asked what the
prognosis    was  for development of this lot


Carol Florence said there           were no     plans for development            of Lot 71


Vice Chair      Ehring   asked if the other side of the river              was   dedicated     as   Open Space

Carol Florence said not at this time but                         this process it may well be
                                                      through
Contract Planner Boud said the property is designated as Low
                                                                     Density Residential in
the flood plain area and there is a slim to none chance it will be developed


Vice Chair      Ehring   asked if    they could designate        it   as   Open Space

Contract Planner Boud said to                             it
                                             designate         as     Open Space         now   would    change    the
General Plan


Commissioner Anderson wondered if       looking at the General Plan the staff involved
in the General Plan could have been talking about low density in back as
                                                                         being one of
the areas near James Way      As a result the process at this          was not a use  meeting
change   or a   density change       but   an   interpretation   of what     they were talking        about

Contract Planner Boud said this              was   conceivable


Commissioner Anderson said if it meant to connect it here and connect it now it
would take you down across one of the two areas nearest James
                                                                Way which crosses
the flood plain area and waste treatment He said he could not conceive how it would
connect with Price
                    Canyon


                                                                                               Agenda     item 5 A
08 16 05 City Council   Meeting   Packet
156                                                                                                        Page   75
Contract Planner Boud said the Traffic and Circulation                               Study         Attachment C
                                                                                             on                      Page
13 shows inland arterial and                Highland       Drive    intersecting     with this       He said it   was     his
understanding         that   they   were    trying   to   come     up with language       for     properties   outside the
city   limits      He said Tact 2554                      not   responsible     for that                          He said
                                               was                                           improvement
General Plans         are    set up for future studies


Chairman         Sorgenfrei      said the General Plan             provides    the                amend
                                                                                     ability to

Commissioner Anderson said                 they       are       clarifying   the intent of LU N 21 b           rather than
making      a   shift of the   general plan

Chairman         Sorgenfrei opened           the   public hearing

Art    Anthony        of Coral Court   spoke         He said he        was a    City    Council Member in the          City
of Irvine and          had     experience with        annexation
                                                issues due to his involvement with
annexation in Irvine  He said he recollected when they tried to connect roadways to
Lake Forest around the Marine Corp Base there were things they could or could not do
legally

Kris Vardas asked if Street A                  was    proposed         as a    yellow    line street     a   pretty major
street


Contract Planner Boud said there would be two 20 ft travel lanes and sidewalks The
improvements would be similar to those made to Highland Drive There would be one
landscape         easement       on   the    property       side of     Highland       Drive      2 ft wide at 20 foot
intervals


Kris Vardas asked if            during     the traffic discussion            improvements       such   as    stop signs
and    or   signals   had been mentioned


Richard Pool    Engineer said that the total volume of traffic generated by the 68 lots
would not warrant   a signal The standard practice was to put stop signs on the side

streets to control traffic Most likely a stop sign would be placed on Street A and
Highland Drive would be a through street

Vice Chair         asked about the emergency access road that continues from the
                  Ehring
end of Street A north beyond Tract 2554 property He asked if it went all the way
through  would it be 15 ft wide with an all weather surface and would there be a
 turnaround


Contract Planner Boud confirmed that the road would be 18 ft wide and there
would be a method for people to turn around   The landscape easement and
improvement is along Highland Drive




                                                                                                     Agenda     item    5 A
08 16 05     City Council Meeting     Packet
157                                                                                                               Page    76
Robert Lewin              City   Fire Marshal        said the emergency road would be an access to
future communities                He said      they shy away from calling it an emergency access
Emergency       access           roads   are   not locked     This road provides access to agricultural
lands and cattle           There    are no     citizens in this area There should be some sort of gate
                     public access There also needs to be a point of turn around so
installed to close off
that fire trucks are not trying to back up 100 ft to turn around  The county road
standards are required by CDF Annexation in the future may change the requirements
Vegetation management will be required

Chairman       Sorgenfrei         asked if there      were   any   more   public    comments


Contract Planner Boud said that the subdivision      application is consistent with the
General Plan    density            is within
                                 acceptable        grading is within plan and parkland
                                                               limits
dedication of 3 1 acres exceeds that required by the Code The street system complies
with Municipal Code and Street A within a 60 ft right of way would allow for possible
future extension into the adjacent County properties   Street A also provides important
access to the Price Historical Park The sewer and storm water system will be directed
into a new dual purpose Drainage BasinlWetland Area that will provide sediment
removal    energy dissipation    and biological enhancement         Affordable  housing
compliance as required by ordinance may be    met with a variety of methods either by 7

units on site or an in lieu fee       There has been an extraordinary amount of
environmental study done The City is very comfortable with the data of the application
of the subdivision


Chairman       Sorgenfrei         asked where the affordable                        would be located
                                                                        housing

Community Development              Director Bloom said it was subject to inclusionary housing
provision      The     requirement is to provide one affordable unit for every ten homes    In
this   case   the    requirement is for seven affordable units


Commissioner Anderson said that staff s references to significant expense of the
requirement of LU N 21 b on Page 5 of 67 to extend Highland Drive to connect with
Price Canyon Road was not an excuse to comply with General Plan requirements but
could be used to           interpret some alternative meaning of LU                 N 21 b and   they   should take
a   look and   try   to   interpret the intention of the General Plan

Art    Anthony       said he      was      concerned about the construction vehicle traffic                during   the
construction of Tract 2554                 He said   during       previous   construction   project
                                                              a                                       on   Highland
the street took       a   real   beating    from the   heavy      vehicle traffic    He said the street     was     built
wrong     begin
         to               with     In    an area     between Coral       Court and James         Way    there     were

subterranean water               that would hold rain and then release it onto the street
                                 pockets
when full      The street surface had been patched and he said those patches won t last
long   under the     weight       of the   heavy   vehicles


Contract Planner              Boud said        the construction         bond would       provide   the labor and
materials to    repair      the street



                                                                                             Agenda        item     5 A
08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
158                                                                                                         Page     77
                                      View Drive                 views facing Valley
                                                        said there    were         private
Kris Vardas           327   Valley                                           may
                                                            road would appear from
View Drive and he wanted to know how the 60 ft right of way
these houses He said this should be discussed before the Council


Contract Planner                      comments from the 11 9 04 meeting regarding
                              Boud said          the
                                  of Street A and creating a buffer between Street and
softening the visual appearance
Price Historical Park to mitigate noise can be expanded to include all the houses
                                                                                    on


Street A


Vice Chair       Ehring      asked about the Environmental              Impact Report

                                                                      available in    of last year and
Contract Planner Boud said the                         report   was                   August
circulated at the November meeting                       Additional studies were made after this meeting

and circulated to all referral                           The City Council would make a final certification
                                            agencies
of the report


                                                         needed to look for        endangered species          in the
Vice Chair        Ehring asked why they
project   if   they are not found there

                                                                                federal
Carol Florence explained that endangered species may appear on city state or
      It is a good practice to analyze on an ongoing    basis as a species may not be
lists
                                                                                    For
found at one time of the year but will make an appearance at another time of year
example    certain      only flower in springtime and some plants flower once and then
                            plants
                                          continue to monitor the site          comparing      old   reports   to new
never return          She said       they
                                      well versed when applying for                                       California
reports        and    then    are                      permits from the
                     and Game the U S Fish and Wildlife Service and the U S                                     Army
 Department of Fish
 Corps of Engineers for work within the riparian areas

 Chairman        Sorgenfrei      closed the       public hearing

 Commissioner Anderson asked for                          a   clarification of the amendment          language        as

 there   were now       two different versions for the           language change

                                                                                      to
 Chairman            Sorgenfrei          Planning Commission was not making a motion
                                     said the
                                                                             to the City
 change        the   language at this time but making a motion to recommend
 Council that        LU N 21 b be amended to include the new language

                                                                               N 21 b
 Contract Planner Boud clarified that in addition to the new language for LU
  amendment in bold italic on Page 4 of 67    the additional phrase or an alternative
 circulation extension off Highland Drive should be inserted into the first sentence of
 the amendment further                amending     LU N 21 b


                                                        the                    that   they   would take to the    City
 Chairman        Sorgenfrei          said this   was          new   language
 Council




                                                                                                 Agenda    item 5 A
 08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet                                                                                 78
                                                                                                               Page
 159
  Commissioner Anderson said he thought the word
                                                                            currently in describing          areas
  outside the Pismo Beach                  limits
                                    city            was   vague   He asked if  they could fix a date         as   the
  date of the Amendment


  Contract Planner Boud said the                           of influence
                                                  sphere                  changes   but   they   could   certainly
 be   more   specific                 this
                        on   dating

 Commissioner Anderson said a recommendation from the                                 to
                                                      staff                                pinpoint   this   more
 clearly would avoid confusion in the future

 Chairman      Sorgenfrei said the Planning Commission looked at this issue                              in their
 Resolution    Page 64 of 67 and the City Council would have to give their view

 Community Development Director Bloom          said the motion before the
 Commission to recommend approval of the
                                                                          Planning
                                              proposed General Plan Amendment to
 the City Council would serve to
                                 clarify the General Plan

 Commissioner Anderson      moved to adopt Project No 04 0133 as amended
 clear that the recommendation is to                                           making it
                                     clarify LU N 21 b of the General Plan as discussed
 in the Conceptual Review of
                             Vesting Tentative Tract No 2554

 Chairman     Sorgenfrei       asked if      we   needed to include the Environmental Review


 Commissioner Anderson amended the motion                            to   include   related      Environmental
 Review No 04 0026


Vice Chair     Ehring        seconded the motion            The motion     passed by      voice vote      3 1     1
abstain 1 absent




08 16 05 City Council                                                                     Agenda    item 5 A
                        Meeting   Packet
160
                                                                                                      Page 79
                                          Exhibit 11

                                 Correspondence         Received
                                                t




                                       FAX MEMORANDUM



         TO         Cllrolyn   Johnson

                     CITY OF PISMO BEACH
                       80773 71      gtf
                                     i4

      FROM          John E     ICing

          RE        TRACT 2554
                            0026
                    ProJect 04

                     December 27        004                        TOTAL PAGES   one
      DQTE                                          0




       It has been brought to my attentlon th           the captioned project Is being
       considered ror its final review and that tIlere may be concem by some that tills
       project shouJcl assist wIth the development of a ruture bridge over the railroad
       tracks to Price Canyon that may never be built As an adjoining neighbor Ind
       one who has a penellng IInnexatlon         I would like to render my opinion
       Inasmuch as this project can provide its own Ingress ancl egress and It IS ready
       to proceed It seems unreasonable to stop its progress and consider another
       option that might not even be posSible I would encourlge the aty to approve
       the project as submitted




                                                                          Agenda   item   5 A
08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
                                                                                   Page   80
161
     Morgan Lewis 31 Bocklus LlP
     One Market SpoT Street Tower
     San                                                                                       Morgan                Lewis
           francisco CA 94105
                                                                                                COUNlaLOll1            AT   LAW
     Tel   415   442 1000
     Fax   415   442 1001
     www ll                   com
         IOfg8nlewis




             W Andrvw
    415            4
                   442442
    j8ndrewGmorgllnlewil          CGm




    June 28 2005




    VIA FACSIMILE E MAIL AND U S MAIL


    Honorable Planning Commissioners                                         Judith Lautner

    City of Pismo Beach                                               Plarming Specialist
    160 Mattie Road                                                   Planning Department
    Pismo Beach California 93449                                      City ofPismo Beach
                                                                      160 Mattie Road
    Mr     Randy            Bloom                                     Pismo Beach California 93449

    Community Development                    Director

    City ofPisrno Beach
    160 Mattie Road
    Pismo Beach California 93449


    Re        June 28 Plannin2 Commission MeetiDll                    Rel
                                                                      llrdilllz   122 Hillhland Drive Subdivision


    Dear Honorable                Planning Commissioners       Mr Bloom and Ms Lautner


    This office represents Mr Tim Lewy who is a partner in Big Bird Partnership                           Big   Bird

    Partnership which owns approximately 250 acres of land Big Bird Property                                located
    adjacent to             122   Highland   Drive   Tonight   the Commission is scheduled to consider          a   proposed
    General Plan Amendment 04 0026                        GPA      related    Vesting   Tentative Tract   Map       Map     and

    Mitigated Negative Declaration MND for the proposed 68 lot subdivision of 122 Highland
     the Project    We request that the Commission s consideration of the GPA Map and MND be

    postponed because no notice WlIS provided to the owners ofthe Big Bird Property ofthe June 28
    Commission meeting notice to the owners ofthe Big Bird Property is required by Section
       11 020 of the Pismo Beach Municipal Code City
       58                                                     Code


    Despite the fact that the Project is located within 300 fect ofthe Big Bird Property that the
    Project would negatively impact the Big Bird Property and that the owners ofthe Big Bird
    Property have submitted three letters to the City ofPisrno Beach City this year regarding the
    Project including two letters from this office submitted on behalf ofMr Lewy the owners of
    the Big Bird Property just learned yesterday only by reading the City s website of the




                                                                                                                Agenda         item   5 A
08 16 05 City Council               Meeting   Packet
162                                                                                                                            Page   81
                                                                                                    Morgan Lewis     AT   LA
                                                                                                    COONIKLoa


Honorable        Planning Commissioners
Mr   Randy       Bloom
 Ms Judith Lautner
 JlDle 28 2005
 Page   2




 Commission     scheduled June 28 consideration ofthe Project Additionally as of yesterday
                    s
                                                                      to comments submitted
 evening we were unable to locate on the City s website the responses
                                                      4 and March 10 2005    Previous Lewy
  including those submitted by this office on January
 Letters   on the MND     We contacted the Planning Department yesterday   afternoon by
                                                                                        of the
           to obtain a copy ofthe responses to comments but have not received a copy as
 telephone
 time ofthe       writing        Based on aretorn telephone call we received this morning
                                 ofthis letter
                                        location on the City s website other than on the Agenda
 responses may be located in some other
                                              look for obtain and review these responses
 page however we have not had chance to
                                 a



                                                                                                      IDltil adequate
 The Commission              s   consideration of the GPA    Map and MND must be POstPOned
                                                                notice will as it is intended to do
 required legal notice is provided Providing the required legal
   allow Mr Lewy time to obtain and review the docurneots relevant to the Commission s
 consideration ofthe GPA Map and MND

                   i uate Reauired         Notice
            Tn
 I


 The Big Bird                APN 079
                        Property          014
                                          251    is located within 300 feet to the north ofthe Project
 site boundary       Sections 17 56 040 and 17 58 020 B ofthe City Code require that notice of

 Planning        Commission meetings to consider General Plan amendments be mailed or delivered
  10 days before such             meetings to owners   of property as shown on the latest San Luis Obispo
 CoWlty equalized            assessment     roll within a radius of 300 feet of the exterior boundaries of the
 parcel that is the subject ofthe hearing                 Such notice       was not    provided

                    a list   of adjacent property   owners                 2005 City Council
                                                             to whom notice of a January 4
  Based upon
  meeting regarding the Projeet apparently was sent the City          using an outdated name
                                                                               appears to be
  and address Ronald Uhles 924 Anacapa St     Santa Barbara CA 93101 for the owner of the Big
                                                                              since at least
  Bird Property The San Luis Obispo CoWlty Assessorrrax Colleetor has shown
  October 22 2004 that the owner ofthe Big Bird Property is Big Bird Partnership see enclosed

  printoutfrom the County ofSan Luis Obispo Tax Collector website which purchased the Big
  Bird Property from Mr Uhles many years ago Notice ofthe June 28 Commission meeting
                                                                                   s list of
  regarding the Project therefore likely was sent incorrectly to Mr Uhles The City
  names     and addresses of owners adjacent to the              Project   should be   updated based on the latest
  County     assessment roll and the Commission              s   consideration ofthe     Project rescheduled and
  renoticed


                                                                                                          10
  Besides  required notice to owners of property within 300 feet of the Project mailed      day
                                                                                          the
  notice is also required to any other person whose property might in the judgment of

  planning Director be affected by the proposed project          City Code Section
     17 020 B 2 c
     58               The Previous Lewy Letters clearly stated the substantial impact that approval
                                                                                          in
  ofthe Project would have on the Big Bird Property Moreover the GPA could result
                                                                 dollar infrastructure requirement
  imposition on the Big Bird Property of a shared multi million
                                                                  the current General Plan The
   a
     grade separated railroad crossing that is not required under

                                                                                                        Agenda       item   5 A
08 16 05 City Council Meeting Packet
163                                                                                                                     Page 82
                                                                                                    Morgan Lewis
                                                                                                          Nill10
                                                                                                         COl          AT    L

  Honorable        Planning Commissioners
  Mr    Randy       Bloom
  Ms Judith Lautner
  June 28 2005

  Page 3


  current General Plan calls for this infrastructure as          part of development in the Pacific Estates
  Qike the Project and Los Robles Del Mar Sub Planning Areas the GPA would exempt the
  Project from this obligation and shift it onto properties sucb as the Big Bird Property Notice to
  the current owners of the                Bird Property    which will be
                                     Big                                      substantially   affected   by the GPA
  should have been        given

  Lastly in response to our Marcb 10 2005 letter we were informed that                    we    would be added to
  the list of persons who would receive mailed notice ofthe future
                                                                                  public hearings regarding the
  Project     see   enclosed Marcb II 2005          email   from Ms Lautner         We did not receive such
  mailed notice

  The Commission              consideration ofthe GPA
                         s
                                                            Map and MND must         be postponed until
                                                                                                        adequate
  notice is   provided

  II        Planninu Issues


  The GP A would exempt the Project from the current General Plan requirement that it may not
  proceed until Highland Drive is extended to Price Canyon Road via agrade separated railroad
  crossing     The Previous      Lewy      Letters set forth in detail the   significant planning issues and
  implications related to the GP A Based upon available documents it does                      not appear that the

  City has addressed these issues and implications
  The   exemption solution to the General Plan requirement
                                                            apparently was added just two weeks
  before the  Planning Commission s November 9 2004 meeting regarding the Project The
  rationale then developed for the
                                   exemption was that because an undercrossing ofthe railroad
  tracks would be likely to be inundated in astorm the
                                                         applicant is not proposing the Highland
  Drive extension       We pointed out in oW Marcb 10 letter that such rationale was
                                                                                       disingenuous
  given that the General Plan calls for a grade separated crossing whicb includes an overcrossing
  which obviously would not be affected
                                           by flooding

  The   pW
        ported    rationale for exempting the Project now bas changed The Agenda Repon for the
  June 28 Commission meeting states that the Highland extension was never envisioned to be
                                                                                            part
  of or a restriction on further developinent off          Drive in the Pacific Estates Sub
                                               Highland
  Planning Area but rather was envisioned to be improved when the Spbere of Influence
  properties in the Price Canyon Planning Area LV R are considered for annexation and
  development Nowhere in the entire General Plan discussion ofthe Price Canyon Planning
  Area is any mention made of the Highland extension or the inland arterial between Price
                                                                                          Canyon
  Road and Oak Park Boulevard to whicb arterial the            extension would connect The
                                                                  Highland
 only   other planning    where the arterial is mentioned is the Los Robles Del Mar Sub Planning
                              area

 Area The Highland extension is specifically mentioned only in the General Plan discussion of
 the Pacific Estates Sub
                         Planning Area and is required before further development such as the




08 16 05            Council                                                                              Agenda      item   5 A
            City              Meeting   Packet
164
                                                                                                                      Page 83
                                                                                                  Morgan             Lewis
                                                                                                   COUJIlSaLOal      AT    L


 Honomble Planning Commissioners
 Mr Randy Bloom
 Ms Judith Lautner
 JWle 28 2005
 Page   4




                                                                         Area Even Wlder cwsory scrutiny this
 Project is allowed in the PlKific Estates Sub Planning
 new purported rationale does not hold up



 At a minimum the GPA should               require   that all futwe development        including the Project     in the

 Oak Park Heights Planning Area which includes the Los Robles Del Mar and Pacific Estates
 Sub P1anning Areas contribute a fair share toward the cost ofthe inland arterial and the grade
                                         is already         to benefit from the inland arterial
 separatedrailroad         The
                    crossing      Project          planning
 and   crossing according to page II of the Agenda Report for the                   June 28 Commission
                                                                                       meeting
 by terminating        internal street
                      a new                  Project northerly boWldary to be poised to establish
                                               at   the             s

 afuture circulation connection into   Sphere ofInfluence properties to the north which properties
 consist ofthe properties                                                           4
                           in the Price Canyon Planning Area Additionally Table C ofthe City
 General Plan also contemp1ates    the major northsouth roads through the Oak Park Heights
                                                                                           from
 Planning Area Highland Drive Ventana Drive and Ridge Road to connect to and benefit
 the inland arterial and railroad crossing Accordingly all futwe development including the

 Project     in the Oak Park    Heights Planning           Area should be required to contribute a fair share
 toward the cost ofthe inland arterial and the crossing


 The                        fur the June 28 Commission              meeting   does not address why the Project
        Agenda Report
 cannot or should not be  required          to contribute      afair share to the
                                                                   Highland                   extension inland
 arterial and railroadcrossing Exempting the Project from a fair share contribution when the
 current General Plan requires the Project to actually build the extension and crossing is
                                      other property owners There is no justification for why
 arbitrary and discriminatory against
 afair share contribution from the Project should not be required




 Lastly     the proposed GP A would not be            internally     consistent with the General Plan   as   required
 by    state law and    by City  Code Section             56
                                                          17   070 A I   As the   foregoing demonstrates     it is
  inconsistent to     require in the   General Plan         share contribution for the extension and crossing
                                                           a fair

  from certain property owners I e            those in the Price Canyon Planning Area but not from other

 property  owners whichthe General Plan               provides will also benefit      from the extension and

  crossing
  HI        Previous Comments Not Adrlressed


  The Previous  Lewy Letters raised numerous issues including apparent inconsistencies ofthe
  Project with provisions of the City General Plan and Zoning Code and inadequacies under the
  California Environmental        Quality   Act     EQA of the MND As set forth above as ofthe time
  ofthe     writing   ofthis letter   we have been W1Bble to obtain and review responses to the Previous
                                       and until we can obtain and review the response we reiterate the
  Lewy Letters Accordingly
  items and issues stated in the Lewy L