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CITY OF BRENTWOOD
CITY COUNCIL AND REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MEETING MINUTES
TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 2006
COUNCIL CHAMBER, 7:00 P.M.

CALL TO ORDER (06:59 PM)

City Manager, Donna Landeros, called the meeting to order and said following roll call, Council would nominate a temporary Chair due to the absence of the Mayor and Vice Mayor.

Roll Call
Present: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

Council Member Taylor and Council Member Brockman nominated Council Member Beckstrand to serve as temporary Chair.

PRESENTATIONS (07:01 PM)

A. Proclamation of the City of Brentwood Declaring July as Parks and Recreation Month. (C. Bronzan/P. Scherff)

Ernie Rodrigues accepted the proclamation and said there were great parks in the City and he thanked Council for their support and the Parks and Recreation Department.

B. Recognizing City of Brentwood Youth Commissioner Belen Sidhu for her dedication and service to the Youth Commission.

A presentation to Brian Bornstein regarding his comittment to the Brentwood Neighborhood Advisory Committee, was added to agenda and presented by Council Member, Bob Taylor.

Brian Bornstein, said he was proud to have served as staff liaison to the Brentwood Advisory Neighborhood Committee (BANC) for almost five years.

AGENDA REVIEW (07:08 PM)

AGENDA REVIEW

Motion: Approve Agenda Review for Items 13 and 25 as recommended.
Moved by Brockman, seconded by Taylor.
Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

CITIZEN COMMENTS - None (07:08 PM)

CONSENT CALENDAR (07:09 PM)

1. Approved minutes of the City Council/Redevelopment Agency meeting held June 13, 2006. (M. Wimberly)

2. Adopted Resolution 2006-143 approving and adopting the 2006-07 Prop. 4 Appropriation Limit. (P. Ehler/D. Alessio)


3. Adopted Resolution 2006-144 to adopt the Amended Mission Statement, Membership Requirements and the 2006/2007 Goals for the Brentwood Advisory Neighborhood Committee. (C. Bronzan/B. Bornstein)

4. Adopted Resolution 2006-145 for the approval of the Heron Park Public Art Element within Heron Park. (C. Bronzan/R. Burr-Siegel)

5. Redevelopment Agency - Authorized the Executive Director to execute a Professional Services Agreement for Legal Services with McDonough Holland & Allen in an amount not to exceed $62,500 for the 2006-2007 fiscal year. (H. Sword/G. Rozenski)

6. Redevelopment Agency - Authorized the Executive Director to execute a Contract for the Professional Redevelopment Consulting Services with Seifel Consultants, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $35,000 for the 2006-2007 fiscal year. (H. Sword/G. Rozenski)

7. Accepted recommendations of Brentwood Youth Commission and appoint Christine Mendez, Luke Barnesmoore, Sarah Simmons and Stephanie James as Youth Commissioners and Julie Truesdell and James Martinez as Adult Advisors. (C. Bronzan/T. Burt)

8. Approved request of Park and Recreation Commissioners to attend the National Recreation & Parks Association (NRPA) annual Congress. (C. Bronzan/T. Homan)

9. Adopted Resolution 2006-146 approving, and authorizing the City Manager to enter into, a Professional Services Agreement with MCE Corporation, for Parks and Recreation Inspection Services for new development and Capital Improvement Projects in the amount of $113,557.80 plus a 10% contingency, for a total not to exceed agreement amount of $124,913.58. (C. Bronzan/K. De Silva)

10. Adopted Resolution 2006-147 approving, and authorizing the City Manager to sign a Professional Services Agreement with Vali Cooper and Associates, Inc. for Parks and Recreation Inspection Services for new development and Capital Improvement Projects, in the amount of $200,376, and authorizing the City Manager to approve change orders up to 10% of the contract amount for a total contract amount not to exceed $220,413.60. (C. Bronzan/K. De Silva)

11. PULLED FOR DISCUSSION - Adopt a Resolution approving classification descriptions and salary ranges for possible Assistant City Attorney and Deputy City Attorney classifications and a salary range for a possible Principal Planner classification. (K.Chew/P.Standley)

12. Adopted Resolution 2006-148 approving and authorizing the City Manager to execute a Professional Services Agreement with Harris & Associates, for as-needed plan check services, in an amount not to exceed $150,000, plus a 10% contingency, for a total amount of $165,000, through June 30, 2007. (B. Grewal/J. Ward)

13. Adopted Resolution 2006-149 approving and authorizing the City Manager to execute Amendment No. 1 to the Agreement with RGM and Associates for construction management services reducing the current contract value from $355,300 to $125,680, including a 10% contingency of $12,568, for a new total amount of $138,248, which reflects construction management services for the project known as the Recreation Facility (Civil), CIP Project No. 522-5228 and the Aquatic Complex / Concession, CIP Project No. 522-5230. (B. Grewal/M. Huber)

14. Adopted Resolution 2006-150 accepting the work performed by Melloni Construction for Bid Package #12 Glazing at the New Police Facility, CIP Project No. 337-3142, and direct the City Clerk to file a Notice of Completion with the County Recorder. (B. Grewal/M. Huber)


15. Adopt Resolution 2006-151 approving and authorizing the City Manager or her designee to execute a Grant of Easement with East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) for the extension of O’Hara Avenue, generally located on the north side of Grant Street and east of the railroad tracks between Grant Street and Lone Tree Way. (B. Grewal/M. Sullivan)

16. Adopted Resolution 2006-152 approving and authorizing the City Manager to execute Amendment No. Four to the Professional Services Agreement with William J. Silva, P.E., for transportation engineering services. (B. Grewal/B. Scott)

17. Adopted Resolution 2006-153 approving and authorizing the City Manager to execute Amendment No. Two to the Professional Services Agreement with Parsons Brinckerhoff Construction Services, Inc. to increase the contract amount $110,000, plus a 10% contingency, for construction inspection and other related services. (B. Grewal/B. Scott)

18. Adopt Resolution 2006-154 approving and authorizing the City Manager or her designee to execute a Professional Services Agreement with Shums Coda Associates to provide plancheck services, in an amount not to exceed $75,000, for the 2006-2007 fiscal year. (H. Sword/R. Kidwell)

19. Waived second reading and adopted Ordinance 828 amending the Brentwood Municipal Code to replace Chapter 10.20 Abandoned Vehicles in its entirety. (H. Sword/B. Arteaga)

CONSENT CALENDAR ACTIONS (07:11 PM)

Motion: Approve Consent Calendar Items 1 - 10 and 12 - 19 as recommended.
The Assistant City Clerk read the Title of Ordinance 828.
Moved by Brockman, seconded by Taylor.
Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

11. Adopt a Resolution approving classification descriptions and salary ranges for possible Assistant City Attorney and Deputy City Attorney classifications and a salary range for a possible Principal Planner classification. (K.Chew/P.Standley)

City Attorney, Damien Brower, stated as the City has grown, so did the number and complexity of legal issues. The Municipal Code set forth a long list of duties the Council had asked the Attorney to undertake, such as review of all legal agreements, staff reports and questions posed by Council and staff. The City Attorney attended Council and Planning Commission meetings. The position requested would assist the City Attorney with duties as previously mentioned and would allow the City Attorney’s Office to take a number of more proactive projects and practice preventive law.

Motion: Adopt Resolution 2006-155 approving classification descriptions and salary ranges for possible Assistant City Attorney and Deputy City Attorney classifications and a salary range for a possible Principal Planner classification.
Moved by Taylor, seconded by Brockman.
Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

PUBLIC HEARINGS (07:13 PM)

20. CONTINUE TO JULY 11, 2006 - Continued Public Hearing - Introduction and first reading of an ordinance relating vehicle and boat repair in residential zone, and adding a new Chapter 10.23 to the Brentwood Municipal Code. (H. Sword/B. Arteaga)


City Attorney, Damien Brower, said the public hearing had been closed at the last meeting and Council could re-open the public hearing if they wished to receive public input.

Motion: Approve opening the public hearing.
Moved by Brockman, seconded by Taylor.
Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

Karen Rogge said she had concerns regarding vehicle and boat repair ordinance. She felt property owners should be given 72 hours to repair their vehicles or boats. She felt people had the right to make their own major repairs or maintenance on their vehicles in their driveways as long as oil, gasoline, anti freeze and gas covered rags were cleaned up daily and disposed of properly. Vehicles should not be left in a dangerous position where they would present a safety risk to neighbors and children. She felt that if someone was to paint a vehicle, it should be done in an enclosed garage. With regard to the noise ordinance, she felt it should coincide with disturbing the peace.

Motion: Approve closing the public hearing.
Moved by Brockman, seconded by Taylor.
Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

The public hearing was continued to July 11, 2006.

21. Consideration of a Resolution amending the adopted 2005/06-2006/07 Operating Budget and approving the recommended budget adjustments for the City of Brentwood. (P. Ehler/K. Breen)

Accounting Manager, Kerry Breen, presented a staff report and said since the operating budget had been approved in June 2005, areas had been identified that required amendments. The proposed budget changes would have a zero dollar impact on the general fund. Approximately $750,000 in additional revenue had been identified and did not exceed the amount in the expenditure requests. Staff believed revenues would exceed expenditures by $1.4 million in the general fund next fiscal year.

Chair Beckstrand opened the public hearing.

Motion: approve closing the public hearing.
Moved by Brockman, seconded by Taylor.
Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

Motion: adopt Resolution 2006-156 amending the adopted 2005/06-2006/07 Operating Budget and approving the recommended budget adjustments for the City of Brentwood. (P. Ehler/K. Breen)
Moved by Taylor, seconded by Brockman.
Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

22. Redevelopment Agency - Consideration of a Resolution amending the adopted 2005/06-2006/07 Operating Budget and approving the recommended budget adjustments for the Brentwood Redevelopment Agency. (H. Sword/G. Rozenski)

Redevelopment Manager, Gina Rozenski, presented a staff report and said the recommended budget adjustments for next year, included approximately $768,000 in increased revenues for land sales. The approximate budget adjustments for expenses were $4.3 million. The Redevelopment Agency was financially sound and staff recommended approval of the proposed budget amendments by Resolution.

Chair Beckstrand opened the public hearing.

Motion: close the public hearing.
Moved by Brockman, seconded by Taylor.
Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

Motion: Adopt Redevelopment Agency Resolution RDA-112 amending the adopted 2005/06-2006/07 Operating Budget and approving the recommended budget adjustments for the Brentwood Redevelopment Agency.
Moved by Taylor, seconded by Brockman.
Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

23. Consideration of a Development Agreement (DA 04-02) to govern the phasing, development and construction of the Bridle Gate project, a 134-acre site to consist of 166 single-family residences, two public parks totaling just over five acres, three open space parcels totaling just over 42 acres, and a 34.58-acre parcel for future mixed-use business park and regional commercial uses. The project site is located both north and south of the Sand Creek Road extension, directly west of the State Route 4 Bypass. (H. Sword/E. Nolthenius)

Senior Planner, Erik Nolthenius, presented a staff report, and said the Planning Commission had reviewed and approved both the Subdivision Map and design review for the project, at their meeting of June 6, 2006, and recommended approval of the Development Agreement.

Chair Beckstrand opened the public hearing.

Dick Cistero, Discovery Builders, said he hoped this was the last step of the project to get it moving. A couple of parks and a mile of trail would be built through the project. He proposed on page 19 of the Development Agreement, under Item 2.14.6. that it called for the road to be completed prior to the first building permit. Discovery Builders felt comfortable completing Sand Creek Road and San Jose and asked that the road only be opened prior to the 40th building permit. The other roads would be opened prior to any building permits.

Karen Rogge said she was concerned when the trails would be completed and wanted to see the two view areas open as soon as possible. She felt the circulation for the project would be extremely beneficial.

Motion: Approve closing the public hearing.
Moved by Taylor, seconded by Brockman.
Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

Chair Beckstrand asked staff about the perspective regarding the timing of the crossover road and building permits and whether the request was appropriate regarding the 40th building permit.

City Engineer, Bailey Grewal, said he did not feel comfortable changing language to the Development Agreement. Staff would work with the developer if there was a delay from other permitting agencies and would return to Council for any amendments.

Motion: Approve Introduced and waived first reading of Ordinance 829 approving a Development Agreement (DA 04-02) to govern the phasing, development and construction of the Bridle Gate project, a 134-acre site to consist of 166 single-family residences, two public parks totaling just over five acres, three open space parcels totaling just over 42 acres, and a 34.58-acre parcel for future mixed-use business park and regional commercial uses. The project site is located both north and south of the Sand Creek Road extension, directly west of the State Route 4 Bypass.
The Assistant City Clerk read the title of Ordinance 829.
Moved by Brockman, seconded by Taylor.
Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

24. Introduce and waive the first reading of an Ordinance for a Rezone (RZ 06-02) to amend the PD-26 Zone to include development standards for Planning Area 16 in order to develop 102 single family dwellings and four affordable housing dwellings or a total of 106 residential units on +38 acres. (H. Sword/J. Zilm)

Senior Planner, Jeff Zilm, presented a staff report regarding a Rezone to amend the PD-26 Zone to include development standards for Planning Area 16.

Chair Beckstrand opened the public hearing.

John Johnson Pulte Homes, said the Planning Commission had worked diligently on the project, which was excellent. Pulte had worked with neighbors to the south and adjusted soundwalls and drainage ditches to accommodate their desires. The project had been approved as submitted and there had been follow up meetings with the neighbors and if there were any concerns, Pulte would work with City staff.

Bailey Neff, Minnesota Rentals, said his property was part of Planning Area 16 and he was in support of the project.

Motion: Approve closing the public hearing.
Moved by Brockman, seconded by Taylor.
Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

Council Member Taylor was concerned about Minnesota and the impact to ingress and egress.

City Engineer, Bailey Grewal, responded the project had been conditioned to make modifications to Minnesota Avenue from Sand Creek and Sand Creek Road. There would be a new signal installed at the north end of the project along with median and landscaping as part of the project.

Council Member Taylor was concerned about children walking to school and in response, City Engineer, Bailey Grewal, said Engineering was working with the developer and there would be two lighted crosswalks at Bristow Middle School.

Motion: Introduce and waive the first reading of Ordinance 830 for a Rezone (RZ 06-02) to amend the PD-26 Zone to include development standards for Planning Area 16 in order to develop 102 single family dwellings and four affordable housing dwellings or a total of 106 residential units on +38 acres.
Moved by Brockman, seconded by Taylor.
Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

25. Introduce and waive the first reading of an ordinance for a Rezone (RZ 05-22) to change the zoning of a 10-acre site from Planned Development 38 Subarea B to Planned Development 38 Subarea E in order to adopt specific uses and development standards and adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration for an approximate 117,368 square foot commercial center (Design Review 05-29 - Lone Tree Town Plaza) generally located north of Lone Tree Way and east of Empire Avenue between the Lone Tree Center and the Acorn Self Storage developments. (H. Sword/D. Hill)

Senior Planner, Erik Nolthenius, presented a staff report and said the Rezone had been unanimously approved by the Planning Commission on May 16, 2006 and the design review for the center was approved on June 6, 2006. Staff recommended introducing and waiving first reading of the Ordinance for the Rezone and to adopt a Resolution certifying the environmental document for the project.

Chair Beckstrand referred to correspondence received regarding the project.

Senior Planner, Erik Nolthenius, said the issue was providing pedestrian access between a high density residential development and another development. He read Condition 25 of the Design Review, which said, "Prior to issuance of any grading permit, the developer shall install a ten-foot soundwall extending along the northern portion of the property, north, from the northern most building, within the Acorn Self Storage project and over the west property line, as identified in the noise assessment". The design of the wall and the pedestrian access gate shall be reviewed and approved by the Community Development Director.

Chair Beckstrand opened the public hearing.

Karen Rogge spoke about walking through the development and having a gate there. She said she felt it should be pedestrian friendly and contain a temporary gate if the Police Department felt it was safe.

Gregg Steele, developer, said the pedestrian access issue had been discussed at length and there had been a representative from the Police Department present. It was his understanding it was approved by the Planning Commission as part of the design review and there was a condition to be provided for pedestrian access. His concern was for vandalism and he felt there was no way it could be watched and protected; however, he agreed to the condition since Planning Commission wanted the condition. He had heard from the Police Department they would work with the Community Development Director to ensure safety and would intervene if there was excessive vandalism.

Michael Orfanos said he was the owner of the property and was concerned about safety. People going back and forth from the apartments would be safer that if it was locked there. There may be over 200 people living there and they would not want to drive around and shop but could walk and shop.

Motion: close the public hearing.
Moved by Brockman, seconded by Taylor.
Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

Council Member Brockman asked if there was or wasn’t access with a gate and if the Police Department wanted or did not want the gate.

Senior Planner, Erik Nolthenius, said he believed the access point with the approval of the project, would be there. In the event issues arose, the Community Development Director and the Chief of Police would get together and work toward a solution.

Chief of Police, Michael Davies, said in looking at the plan, he could see immediately what people had commented about with regard to problems that could occur. Condition 25 meant that if there was not an acceptable way to do this, there would not be a pedestrian access. There could be a nice design feature and it could be done safely. He said he would like to be able to nix any problems.

City Attorney, Damien Brower, said the condition was not before the Council for approval at this time. It had already been approved by the Planning Commission and Council was considering the Rezone.

Council Member Taylor said he was not in support of a gate and that pedestrians needed friendly access.

City Attorney, Damien Brower, said the item would be brought to the Police Department and the Community Development Department for a solution and if there was a situation, the issues of safety as well as access would be weighed.

Motion: adopt Resolution 2006-157 approving a Mitigated Negative Declaration for an approximate 117,368 square foot commercial center (Design Review 05-29 - Lone Tree Town Plaza) generally located north of Lone Tree Way and east of Empire Avenue between the Lone Tree Center and the Acorn Self Storage developments.
Moved by Brockman, seconded by Taylor.
Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

Motion: Introduced and waived the first reading of Ordinance 831 for a Rezone (RZ 05-22) to change the zoning of a 10-acre site from Planned Development 38 Subarea B to Planned Development 38 Subarea E in order to adopt specific uses and development standards for an approximate 117,368 square foot commercial center (Design Review 05-29 - Lone Tree Town Plaza) generally located north of Lone Tree Way and east of Empire Avenue between the Lone Tree Center and the Acorn Self Storage developments.
The Assistant City Clerk read the title of Ordinance 831.
Moved by Brockman, seconded by Taylor.

Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

26. Consideration of a Tentative Subdivision Map request to subdivide approximately 35 acres into 59 single-family residential lots and to make the findings listed in the General Plan’s Density Transition Policy allowing for residential lots less than 20,000 sq. ft. across from or abutting existing residential property one-acre or larger, located south of Lone Tree Way and east of Smith Road. (H. Sword/J. Zilm)

Senior Planner, Jeff Zilm, presented a staff report, and said the Density Transition Policy would be modified to allow a lot that was less than 20,000 square feet abutting a lot that was greater that one acre. The property owner abutting was in support of the project.

Chair Beckstrand opened the public hearing.

Don Babbit, Passport Homes, said the property owner in question was a friend of his and was in support of the project.

Motion: Approve closing the public hearing.
Moved by Brockman, seconded by Taylor.
Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

Motion: Adopt Resolution 2006-158 approving a Tentative Subdivision Map request to subdivide approximately 35 acres into 59 single-family residential lots and to make the findings listed in the General Plan’s Density Transition Policy allowing for residential lots less than 20,000 sq. ft. across from or abutting existing residential property one-acre or larger, located south of Lone Tree Way and east of Smith Road.
Moved by Taylor, seconded by Brockman.
Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

27. Introduce and waive the first reading for the modification of Ordinance No. 772 (RZ 06-10) limited to correct inconsistencies in the City’s zoning ordinance resulting from the expiration of the temporary prohibition on new movie theaters imposed by that action, and restore the City’s 2004 zoning requirements relating to motion picture theaters in the following zoning designations: Movie theaters as a permitted use in 1) Planned Development 6 (PD-6), Planning Areas - Regional Commercial and Office Commercial, and 2) Planned Development 16 (PD-16), Subarea A. (H. Sword/H. Kline)

Planning Manager, Heidi Kline, presented a staff report and said in November 2005, the Council adopted a Downtown Specific Plan and the temporary prohibition for movie theaters throughout the City. Since the prohibition had terminated with the adoption of the Downtown Specific Plan, staff recommended cleaning up the Code and reinstating movie theaters as permitted uses.

Chair Beckstrand opened the public hearing.

Karen Rogge said she was concerned since the last specific plan meetings attended showed the anchor was a movie theater downtown and asked what would be the anchor for downtown.

Barbara Guise was concerned about having a theater downtown as an anchored tenant and people loved the theater downtown and she wanted to preserve it. She said she did not think a movie tri or six-plex downtown would be an asset in looking in all the negatives it created in other cities.

Motion: close the public hearing.
Moved by Brockman, seconded by Taylor.

Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

Redevelopment Manager, Gina Rozenski, said the Downtown Specific Plan allowed for a movie theater as well as other anchors, civic, cultural and retail and the ordinance did not preclude a theater from the downtown, but allowed it in other areas of the City. Staff supported the two screen theater and the operator had indicated interest in continuing, even if there was another theater in town.

Planning Manager, Heidi Kline, said when the Downtown Specific Plan was concluding, the Gruens had looked at the question of having another anchor and focused on an entertainment venue or a large retailer and found that if a movie theatre did not locate downtown, there would still be successful downtown revitalization.

Council Member Taylor said he felt the theater downtown was a key point of the City and an essential part of the community and needed to be saved.

Motion: Introduced and waived the first reading of Ordinance 832 for the modification of Ordinance No. 772 (RZ 06-10) limited to correct inconsistencies in the City’s zoning ordinance resulting from the expiration of the temporary prohibition on new movie theaters imposed by that action, and restore the City’s 2004 zoning requirements relating to motion picture theaters in the following zoning designations: Movie theaters as a permitted use in 1) Planned Development 6 (PD-6), Planning Areas - Regional Commercial and Office Commercial, and 2) Planned Development 16 (PD-16), Subarea A.
The Assistant City Clerk read the title of Ordinance 832.
Moved by Brockman, seconded by Taylor.
Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

INFORMATIONAL REPORTS FROM STAFF - No action required (08:23 PM)

28. Informational Report on Subdivision No. 8488, Deer Ridge Village G-1 located in Deer Ridge, developed by Western Pacific Housing Inc., located south of Balfour Road, west of Concord Avenue; Final Map Approval (M. Wimberly)

INFORMATIONAL REPORTS FROM COUNCIL MEMBERS - None (08:23 PM)

REQUESTS FOR FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS (08:23 PM)

Council Member Taylor requested an informational report on the homeless and the ordinances that may be in place.

Council Member Brockman spoke regarding community support that existed for those in need and felt a report would be helpful in providing information on the situation.

Council Member Taylor further requested additional enforcement related to speeding in various areas.

ADJOURNMENT (08:28 PM)
Motion: Approve adjournment.
Moved by Taylor, seconded by Brockman.
Vote: Motion carried 3-0.
Yes: Beckstrand; Brockman; Taylor
Absent: Gutierrez; Swisher

Respectfully submitted,

Cynthia Garcia, CMC
Assistant City Clerk

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