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CITY OF MURRIETA MURRIETA CITY COUNCIL MINUTES APRIL

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									MURRIETA CITY COUNCIL MINUTES                                         APRIL 18, 2000
26442 BECKMAN COURT                                                   5:00 PM CLOSED SESSION
MURRIETA, CA                                                          5:30 PM WORKSHOP
                                                                      7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

Conference with Legal Counsel – Anticipated Litigation of One Potential Case, significant
exposure to litigation (G.C. Section 54956.9(b))

Personnel (G.C. Section 54957)

Public Employee Performance Evaluation of City Attorney (G.C. Section 54957)

Mayor Seyarto called the closed session to order at 5:05 p.m. for the purposes stated above. Present
were: Enochs, Ostling, van Haaster, and Seyarto. Absent: Youens*. Council Member *Youens joined
the closed session at 5:25 p.m. Upon reconvening at 5:50 p.m., there was no reportable action.

PRESENTATION ON MURRIETA CREEK BY JIM ADAMS, ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS

Mayor Seyarto called the workshop to order at 5:50 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Ostling, van Haaster,
Youens and Seyarto. Absent: None. Jim Adams, Army Corps of Engineers, reviewed the Murrieta
Creek feasibility study including the purpose, study process, justification for Federal contribution, plan
formulation, and project status. Mr. Adams indicated the recommended plan from Elm Street to
U.S.G.S. Stream Gage includes a two-creek on-line detention basin, channel widening, environmental
restoration, and recreational features with a regional park, bicycle trails and equestrian trails, primarily
in the City of Temecula. He summarized estimated costs of $47 million with $25.8 million of Federal
funds for the downstream portion.

Upstream alternatives in the City of Murrieta, with no justification for federal funding, were also
discussed. One option included purchase of 800 acres on the west side of Murrieta at a cost of $57
million and removal of 100 structures. A second option is a modification to include a levee. The option
being recommended is for a multi-purpose channel with levees on both sides of the creek, estimated at
$20-25 million.

Council Member Enochs said he would like to proceed with plan although he was disappointed with the
lack of Federal funding in Murrieta. However, he anticipates partial funding through Congressman
Calvert.

Council Member van Haaster asked about the possibility of funding both the upstream and downstream
portions as an integrated plan and about the disparity of benefits received such as the recreational
facilities to those receiving Federal assistance in contrast to Murrieta residents bearing the full cost
without amenities. Brian Moore, Army Corps of Engineers, responded.

Rita Gentry, Murrieta, inquired about a separate maintenance plan and mitigation.

Robert Wheeler asked about the width of the channel and wildlife. Mr. Adams replied the channel width
is proposed as 300 feet with 200 feet maintained.

Action:        By unanimous consensus, Council recessed the workshop at 6:50 p.m., and Mayor
               Seyarto announced the next meeting of the Murrieta Creek Committee is scheduled for
               1:00 p.m. on April 27 in the Murrieta Council Chambers.

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CALL TO ORDER:                    Mayor Seyarto called the regular meeting to order at 7:10 p.m.

ROLL CALL:                 Present:      Enochs, Ostling, van Haaster, Youens and Seyarto
                           Absent:       None

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

INVOCATION – Randy Ponder, Lambs Fellowship, Murrieta

APPROVAL OF AGENDA

Action:          Council Member van Haaster moved and Ostling seconded to approve the agenda,
                 motion carried unanimously.

PUBLIC COMMENTS:
Bob Muth, Murrieta, asked for the City Council to place on a future agenda the establishment of an
       historic preservation commission.
Linda Heyer, Murrieta, complained about newspaper coverage of the 53rd annual Fire Fighters
       barbecue.
Richard Mannex, American Service Group, Murrieta, pleaded with the City Council to respect and
       respond to residents.
Ayleen Gibbo, Citizens for Historic Murrieta, pointed out parts of the General Plan have not been
       implemented such as including adoption of an historic preservation ordinance and
       establishment of an historic preservation commission
Robert Newhard, Murrieta, asked for the City to change the focus on the website from business to
       citizen participation.
Ron Goggia, commented about being penny wise and pound foolish, saying Council Member Enochs
       campaigned in a restored truck lettered with the Fire Department but he voted against the raise
       for fire fighters.
Dana Martin, Murrieta, inquired about plans for the Madison corridor, specifically south of Guava to
       Elm St.

DEPARTMENT/COMMISSION ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Finance Department – Third Quarter Budget Update - Teri Ferro, Finance Director, provided
information on the budget for the third quarter of 1999-2000, commenting revenues are on target due to
mid-year budget adjustments.

Parks & Recreation Department – Easter Eggstravaganza Announcement – Patti Schultz, Parks &
Recreation Department, invited everyone to the Easter activities beginning at 9:00 a.m. on April 22 at
California Oaks Sports Park. The Easter bunny delivered baskets to the Council Members.

Fire Department – Report on Annual Barbecue – Chief Jerry Allen reported the 53rd Fire Fighters
barbecue was held on April 16 with approximately 2500 people in attendance and 1400 meals served.
Chief Allen offered that other City activities could be coordinated with the annual barbecue.

Police Department - Chief Dan Higginbotham reported the Murrieta team participated in the Baker to
Vegas relay run and placed second in their category.

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COMMUNITY STEERING COMMITTEE REPORT

Ron Holliday, Community Steering Committee Chair, reported the Committee examined the website
and made recommendations for a suggestion box for comments and a chat room. Mr. Holliday also
indicated the Committee reviewed equestrian trails and proposed maintaining existing trails, planning
feeder trails to the trails along the creek and investigating the possibility of a loop around the City in
conjunction with the County.

GOVERNING BODY ANNOUNCEMENTS:
Ostling: Thanked the Fire Department and volunteers who served at the annual barbecue.
         Congratulated the police officers for placing in the Baker to Vegas run.
Enochs:  Agreed it is appropriate to respond to inquiries from the public.
         Stated his number is incorrect on the website.
         Commented Council Members have availability of a City car and a gas card.
Youens:  Thanked Supervisor Buster’s office and Bob Wheeler for their answers related to
                 removal of Oak trees outside the City boundary at Clinton Keith.
         Announced the “Every 15 Minutes” program will be held at Murrieta Valley High
                 School on May 7 and 8, and he said the Police Department is accepting
                 contributions.
         Thank the equestrian residents for attending the Community Steering Committee.
         Related that people do watch the Council meetings on television.
         Congratulated 45 students from Murrieta Elementary and Murrieta Valley High School
                 that traveled to Santa Rosa for Odyssey of the Mind competition and those
                 proceeding to national/world championships in Tennessee.
         Acknowledged the Boy Scouts in attendance.
         Apologized for criticizing Mrs. Eckel, and he said his pittance is to refrain from
                 making comments under Governing Body announcements for the next two
                 meetings.
Seyarto: Thanked the Board of Supervisors for the traffic signals and increased lanes on Clinton
                 Keith.
         Reported on attendance at the CALCOG conference, and he said many cities are facing
                 similar issues.

APPROVAL OF CITY COUNCIL CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 1, 3, 4, 8 and 9

Item #6, Destruction of Referendum Petitions, was pulled from the consent calendar because of a
request to speak on the item. Council Member Enochs asked to pull items 2, 5 and 7 from the consent
calendar.

Action:          It was moved by van Haaster and seconded by Enochs to approve City Council consent
                 calendar items 1, 3, 4, 8 and 9. On roll call the vote was:
                 AYES:          Enochs, Ostling, van Haaster, Youens and Seyarto
                 NOES:          None

1.        WAIVED READING OF ALL ORDINANCE INTRODUCTIONS ON THIS AGENDA
          AND READ BY TITLE ONLY

3.        REGISTER OF DEMANDS

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Action:Approved the register of demands in the amount of $416,450.15 through April 4, 2000.

4.        TREASURER’S REPORT

Action:          Received and filed the summary of investment transactions through the month of March,
                 2000.

8.        AGREEMENT WITH THE CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY PATROL TO PROVIDE
          TRAFFIC CONTROL SERVICES IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE CONSTRUCTION
          OF THE I-15 AND I-215 INTERCHANGES AT MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS ROAD

Action:          Authorized the execution of an Agreement between the City of Murrieta and the
                 California Highway Patrol to reimburse the State of California for the costs of providing
                 traffic control services by the California Highway Patrol in conjunction with the
                 construction of the I-15 and I-215 interchanges at Murrieta Hot Springs Road at an
                 estimated cost of $62,830.

9.        OFFICE OF TRAFFIC SAFETY GRANT, “COMPREHENSIVE TRAFFIC SAFETY
          PROGRAM”

Action:Approved an Office of Traffic Safety grant by approving the following:
             a) Implementation of the Murrieta Police Department Traffic Safety Unit, which
                 consists of two sworn motorcycle officers and a civilian Police Service Technician;
             b) Enact a resolution by June 1, 2000 to dedicate administrative tow fees ($100 per
                 vehicle) into a separate account known as The Traffic Offender Fund;
             c) Authorize the City Manager to execute any needed documents.

10.       PUBLIC HEARING: COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT NO. 2000-1, LENNAR
          GREER RANCH

City Attorney John Harper gave a verbal staff report.

Mayor Seyarto opened the public hearing. Since there were no comments, the public hearing was closed.
City Clerk A. Kay Vinson received and opened the land owner election ballot. She announced the results
of a “Yes” vote by Lennar Homes of California, Inc.

Action:It was moved by van Haaster and seconded by Youens to:
              a) Receive the Engineer’s Report on the facilities and rate and method of apportionment
                 of special tax for Community Facilities District No. 2000-1;
              b) Adopt Ordinance 218-00 of Formation of the City of Murrieta Community Facilities
                 District 2000-1 (Greer Ranch), and Authorizing the City to Levy Special Taxes
                 within the District and Establishing an Appropriations Limit for the District with the
                 title read by the City Clerk;
              c) Approve Joint Community Facilities Agreement with Elsinore Valley Municipal
                 Water District and Lennar Greer Ranch Venture, LLC; and
              d) Approve Joint Community Facilities Agreement with Eastern Municipal Water
                 District and Lennar Greer Ranch Venture, LLC.
              On roll call the vote was:
              AYES: Enochs, Ostling, van Haaster, Youens and Seyarto
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                 NOES: None

11.       PUBLIC HEARING: LOS ALAMOS HILLS MASTER PLAN, GENERAL PLAN
          AMENDMENT 00-033, LOCATED SOUTH OF CLINTON KEITH ROAD AND EAST
          OF I-215

Kent Norton, Keith Companies, presented the staff report. Mayor Seyarto opened the public hearing.

Laura Miranda, Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians, asked that Mitigation Measure 14.2 be changed to
              contact the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians instead of the California Indian Legal
              Service. She also commented that the Pechanga Band did not receive notice of the Draft
              EIR. Ms. Mirana asked for an additional Mitigation Measure to provide for a pre-
              excavation agreement prior to grading.
William Julian, Murrieta, expressed concern about watershed from the property.
Rita Gentry, Los Alamos Neighborhood Association, urged approval of the master plan. She stated she
              is pleased with the six conditions regarding Los Alamos Rd. along with the new
              condition that there is no linkage between the new section of Whitewood Road with the
              old Los Alamos Road, south of Clinton Keith.
Clara M. Holden, Murrieta, submitted comments in writing.
The public hearing was closed.

Action:          It was moved by Enochs and seconded by van Haaster to adopt Resolution 00-731
                 Certifying the Final Environmental Impact Report prepared for the Project, Adopting
                 Environmental Findings pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act, Statement
                 of Overriding Considerations and a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program as
                 amended and Approval of General Plan Amendment No. 00-33 revising the General Plan
                 Land Use Element Map from Parks and Recreation (PR) and Single-Family 1 Residential
                 (SF-1) to Master Development Plan (MDP) -Los Alamos Hills; and Adopt Master
                 Development Plan (MDP 99-078) for Los Alamos Hills (Alternative No. 2 – No Middle
                 School). The three amendments to the Mitigation Measures to the EIR are: a) That there
                 shall be no access through the project site from properties to the east of the project site
                 from Clinton Keith Road southerly to Street “A”; b) Revise 14.2 to change the contact to
                 the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians; and c) Add 14.3 to provide for a pre-excavation
                 agreement prior to grading. On roll call the vote was:
                 AYES: Enochs, Ostling, van Haaster, Youens and Seyarto
                 NOES: None

12.       PUBLIC HEARING: GENERAL PLAN/ZONING MAP AMENDMENT 99-094, 40109
          BELVEDERE COURT, TO CHANGE 9,033 SQUARE FEET OF OPEN SPACE TO
          SINGLE FAMILY 2, RESIDENTIAL, MARCUCCI

Chris Borchert, Assistant Planner, gave the staff report. Mayor Seyarto opened the public hearing.

Ken Marcucci, Murrieta, presented his proposal for enlarging his backyard.
Brett Walker, Murrieta, asked the Council not to allow the request.
Shawn Reilly, Murrieta, objected to obstruction of his backyard view.
Mr. Marcucci replied that he would agree with a deed restriction to prohibit building.
The public hearing was closed.

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Action:          Council Member van Haaster moved and Seyarto seconded to uphold the Planning
                 Commission’s decision to deny the proposed General Plan Amendment based on the
                 findings and conclusions made by the Planning Commission, and to refund the fees paid
                 to the City by Mr. Marcucci. On roll call the vote was:
                 AYES: Enochs, Ostling, van Haaster, Youens and Seyarto
                 NOES: None

Action:By unanimous consensus Council recessed at 8:55 p.m. and reconvened at 9:05 p.m.

13.       INTRODUCE AN ORDINANCE REVISING CHAPTER 12.08 TO TITLE 2 OF THE
          CITY OF MURRIETA MUNICIPAL CODE RELATED TO PARKS AND
          RECREATION AREAS

Jim Holston, Director of Community Services, summarized the proposed modifications to Chapter 12.08
regarding regulations for parks and recreation areas.

Action:          On a motion by Enochs and second by Youens an Ordinance was introduced Amending
                 Ordinance No. 3-91 and 60-92 Revising Chapter 12.08 to Title 2 of the City of Murrieta
                 Municipal Code Related to Parks and Recreation Areas. City Clerk A. Kay Vinson read
                 the title. On roll call the vote was:
                 AYES: Enochs, Ostling, van Haaster, Youens and Seyarto
                 NOES: None

14.       UNDERGROUND PROCEDURAL ORDINANCE FOR CONVERSION OF EXISTING
          OVERHEAD UTILITY LINES

Development Services Director Jim Miller explained the purpose for the ordinance for conversion of
existing overhead utility lines.

Action:          An Ordinance Establishing Regulations and Procedures for the Removal of Overhead
                 Utility Facilities and the Installation of Underground Facilities in Underground Utility
                 Districts was introduced on a motion by van Haaster and second by Youens. On roll call
                 the vote was:
                 AYES: Enochs, Ostling, van Haaster, Youens and Seyarto
                 NOES: None

15.       RESOLUTION REVISING SECTION 2.8 OF RESOLUTION 97-527, RULES AND
          PROCEDURES FOR COUNCIL MEETINGS, REGARDING COUNCIL MEMBER
          INITIATED AGENDA ITEMS

City Manager Stephen Mandoki presented the staff report.

Michelle Lusin said she is happy the resolution is being revised but she discussed possible confusion.
City Attorney John Harper responded to questions.

Council Member Enochs questioned some provisions of the Council’s rules of conduct for meetings,
such as requiring speakers to provide their name and address and requiring three votes to place an item
on the agenda, as being more restrictive than the Brown Act and decreasing public access. Mr. Enochs
also asked about the consequences of violating the resolution.
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Action:          Council Member van Haaster moved and Youens seconded to adopt Resolution 00-732
                 revising Section 2.8 of Resolution 97-527, Presentations by Members of the Council. On
                 roll call the vote was:
                 AYES: Ostling, van Haaster, Youens and Seyarto
                 NOES: Enochs

16.       CHARTER SCHOOL UPDATE

Jim Miller, Development Services Director, gave on update on the proposed Temecula charter school.
Jeff Horton, Temecula Charter School, indicated a charter school is not subject to the field act.

Action:          It was moved by van Haaster and seconded by Ostling, based on limited information
                 currently available, to direct staff to oppose the Charter school.

Action:          Council Member Youens made a substitute motion to direct staff to continue fact finding
                 on the proposed Charter school while neither advocating or opposing the project. The
                 motion died for lack of a second.

                 Whereupon the vote on the original motion was:
                 AYES:        Ostling, van Haaster and Seyarto
                 NOES:        Enochs and Youens

Action:          Following Council discussion, by consensus it was agreed that Resolution 00-732 should
                 be modified to reflect the Council’s intent that Presentations by Members of the Council
                 occur under the Governing Body Actions and Comments portion of the agenda.

PULLED CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS:

2.        MINUTES

Council Member Enochs asked for clarification of the April 4, 2000 minutes regarding no reportable
action from closed session. After discussion, it was determined that a unanimous vote was taken on
April 4 to add a conference with legal counsel regarding anticipated litigation (charter school) to the
closed session.

Action:          The minutes of the 6:00 p.m. Closed Session and 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on April 4,
                 2000 were approved on a motion by Enochs and second by van Haaster with the notation
                 above. On roll call the vote was:
                 AYES: Enochs, Ostling, van Haaster, Youens and Seyarto
                 NOES: None

5.        SUPPORT & AUTHORIZATION FOR “SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL” FEDERAL
          FUNDING APPLICATION

Council Member Enochs inquired about cost sharing for the project. Jim Miller, Development Services
Director supplied the answers.



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Action:          Enochs moved and van Haaster seconded to adopt Resolution 00-733 in Support and
                 Authorizing Application for Federal “Safe Routes to School” Funds Jointly with the
                 Murrieta Valley Unified School District. On roll call the vote was:
                 AYES: Enochs, Ostling, van Haaster, Youens and Seyarto
                 NOES: None

6.        DESTRUCTION OF FOUR REFERENDUM PETITIONS

City Clerk A. Kay Vinson gave the staff report.

Robert Newhard, Murrieta, stated he appreciated the explanation that some petitions are retained longer
than others because of litigation, but he objected to the rush to destroy the RogersDale petitions as well
as placing the item on the consent calendar.

Action:     Resolution 00-734 was adopted on a motion by Enochs and second by van Haaster,
            Authorizing Destruction of Certain Records Maintained by the City Clerk’s Department:
            a) Referendum Petitions against Resolution 96-410, Copper Canyon Specific Plan;
            b) Referendum Petitions against Resolution 99-658, RogersDale U.S.A.;
            c) Referendum Petitions against RogersDale Authority Resolution 99-1;
            d) Referendum Petitions against Murrieta Financing Authority Resolution 99-5, RogersDale
               U.S.A.
            The vote was:
            AYES:      Enochs, Ostling, van Haaster, Youens and Seyarto
            NOES:      None

7.        AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION
          MANAGEMENT SERVICES TO MARKHAM AND ASSOCIATES FOR THE CIVIC
          CENTER ROUGH GRADING IMPROVEMENTS, PROJECT NUMBER 00-193

Council Member Enochs asked if three bids needed to be received instead of two, and City Attorney
John Harper responded that three bids are not required.

Action:          On a motion by van Haaster and second by Enochs, the Mayor was authorized to execute
                 a contract with Markham and Associates for engineering and construction management
                 services for the civic center rough grading in the amount of $148,614.
                 On roll call the vote was:
                 AYES: Enochs, Ostling, van Haaster, Youens and Seyarto
                 NOES: None

GOVERNING BODY ACTIONS/COMMENTS:

Enochs:          Asked to place an item on the next agenda to rescind the vote on the RogersDale bonds.
                 Following discussion about rescinding actions, Council Member Enochs asked the City
                 Attorney to provide an opinion in writing.

ADJOURNMENT

Action:          At 10:40 p.m. the meeting was unanimously adjourned on a motion by van Haaster and
                 second by Youens.
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                            __________________________________
                            A. Kay Vinson, CMC/AAE
                            City Clerk




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COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MINUTES                                APRIL 18, 2000
26442 BECKMAN CT., MURRIETA, CA                                    7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

President Seyarto called the regular meeting to order at 7:10 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Ostling, van
Haaster, Youens and Seyarto. Absent: None.

APPROVAL OF COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 17 - 19

Action:        It was moved by van Haaster and seconded by Enochs to approve Community Services
               District consent calendar items 17, 18 and 19. On roll call the vote was:
               AYES: Enochs, Ostling, van Haaster, Youens and Seyarto
               NOES: None

17.       MINUTES

Action:        Approved the minutes of the Regular Meeting at 7:00 p.m. on April 4, 2000.

18.       REGISTER OF DEMANDS

Action:Approved the register of demands in the amount of $57,547.96 through April 4, 2000.

19.       RENEWAL OF EXCEL LANDSCAPE’S CONTRACT

Action:        Authorized the renewal of the contract with Excel Landscape to perform landscape
               maintenance for an additional five years.

ADJOURNMENT

Action:        At 10:40 p.m. the meeting was unanimously adjourned on a motion by van Haaster and
               second by Youens.



                                                    __________________________________
                                                    A. Kay Vinson, CMC/AAE
                                                    City Clerk
MURRIETA FIRE DISTRICT MINUTES                                      APRIL 18, 2000
26442 BECKMAN CT., MURRIETA, CA                                     7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

President Seyarto called the regular meeting to order at 7:10 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Ostling, van
Haaster, Youens and Seyarto. Absent: None.

APPROVAL OF FIRE DISTRICT CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 20 – 24

Action:        It was moved by van Haaster and seconded by Enochs to approve Fire District consent
               calendar items 20-24. On roll call the vote was:
               AYES: Enochs, Ostling, van Haaster, Youens and Seyarto
               NOES: None

20.       MINUTES

Action:        Approved the minutes of the Regular Meeting at 7:00 p.m. on April 4 2000.

21.       REGISTER OF DEMANDS

Action:Approved the register of demands in the amount of $87,335.29 through April 4, 2000.

22.       DECLARE DEBT NOT COLLECTIBLE

Action:        Declared a debt by Timothy Gates, resulting from a negligently started fire, as not
               collectible.

23.       PURCHASE FIRE ENGINE

Action:        Approved the use of Fire Department DIF monies to purchase a replacement pumper in a
               sum not to exceed $341,000.

24.       ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT (ALS) PROVIDER AGREEMENT

Action:        Approved the Advanced Life Support Provider Agreement between the City of Murrieta
               and Riverside County and authorized the City Manager to execute necessary documents.

ADJOURNMENT

Action:        At 10:40 p.m. the meeting was unanimously adjourned on a motion by van Haaster and
               second by Youens.



                                                    __________________________________
                                                    A. Kay Vinson, CMC/AAE
                                                    City Clerk
MURRIETA LIBRARY BOARD MINUTES                                     APRIL 18, 2000
26442 BECKMAN CT., MURRIETA, CA                                    7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

President Seyarto called the regular meeting to order at 7:10 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Ostling, van
Haaster, Youens and Seyarto. Absent: None.

APPROVAL OF MURRIETA LIBRARY BOARD CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 25 – 26

Action:        It was moved by van Haaster and seconded by Enochs to approve Library Board consent
               calendar items 25 and 26. On roll call the vote was:
               AYES: Enochs, Ostling, van Haaster, Youens and Seyarto
               NOES: None

25.       MINUTES

Action:        Approved the minutes of the Regular Meeting at 7:00 p.m. on March 21, 2000.

26.       MONTHLY REPORT

Action:Received and filed the Report for March 2000.

ADJOURNMENT

Action:        At 10:40 p.m. the meeting was unanimously adjourned on a motion by van Haaster and
               second by Youens.



                                                    __________________________________
                                                    A. Kay Vinson, CMC/AAE
                                                    City Clerk
FIRE DISTRICT PUBLIC FACILITIES CORPORATION                           APRIL 18, 2000
26442 BECKMAN CT., MURRIETA, CA                                       7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

President Seyarto called the regular meeting to order at 7:10 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Ostling, van
Haaster, Youens and Seyarto. Absent: None.

APPROVAL OF FIRE DISTRICT PUBLIC FACIITIES CORP. CONSENT CALENDAR ITEM
27

Action:          It was moved by van Haaster and seconded by Enochs to approve Fire District Public
                 Facilities Corporation consent calendar item 27. On roll call the vote was:
                 AYES: Enochs, Ostling, van Haaster, Youens and Seyarto
                 NOES: None

27.       DISSOLUTION OF THE PUBLIC FACILITIES CORPORATION OF THE FIRE
          PROTECTION DISTRICT

          a) Elected to dissolve the Murrieta Fire Protection District Public Facilities Corporation; and
          b) Approved the execution and filing of a Certificate of Dissolution and Request for Tax
             Clearance Certificate.

ADJOURNMENT

Action:          At 10:40 p.m. the meeting was unanimously adjourned on a motion by van Haaster and
                 second by Youens.



                                                       __________________________________
                                                       A. Kay Vinson, CMC/AAE
                                                       City Clerk

								
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