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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 8/15/2017 3:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Hall 100 Santa Rosa Ave Santa Rosa, CA 95404
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17-0739 12.1Closed Session - Unit 2CC- Closed SessionCONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS (Government Code Section 54957.6) Agency Designated Representatives: golbou ghassemieh, Human Resources Director, Anthony Gossner, Fire Chief, Art Hartinger of Renne Sloan Holtzman Sakai LLP, and Deborah Lauchner, Chief Financial Officer. Employee Organizations: Santa Rosa Firefighters Association - Local 1401 (representing City Employee Unit 2).received and filedPass Action details Not available
17-0774 12.2CVSR Closed SessionCC- Closed SessionCONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION (Paragraph (1) of subdivision (d) of Government Code Section 54956.9) Name of Case: CVSR Holdings, LLC v. City of Santa Rosa, et al. Sonoma County Superior Court Case No. SCV-2563504received and filedPass Action details Not available
17-0766 18.1CA Second Quarter 2017 ReportCC- CMO/CAO ReportQUARTERLY REPORT OF SETTLEMENTS AND ACTIVE LITIGATION The City Attorney will report on settlements over $50,000 within the second quarter of 2017 (04/01/2017 - 06/30/2017) as well as provide a summary of pending litigation against the City.received and filed  Action details Video Video
17-0769 110.2.1Matter from CouncilCC- Matters from CouncilREQUEST FOR AGENDA ITEM REGARDING MAKING A CONTRIBUTION TO THE SONOMA COUNTY SECURE FAMILIES FUND BACKGROUND: At the August 8, 2017, City Council meeting, Vice Mayor Tibbetts requested a future agenda item to discuss making a contribution to the Sonoma County Secure Families Fund. Mayor Coursey concurred with the request.directed staff toPass Action details Video Video
17-0597 111.1Draft Minutes 7/18/17CC- MinutesJuly 18, 2017, Regular Meeting.Approved as submitted.Pass Action details Video Video
17-0732 112.1Contract Award - Type 1 Fire ApparatusCC- Consent - ResolutionRESOLUTION - CONTRACT AWARD - TYPE 1 FIRE APPARATUS RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Finance and Fire Departments that the Council, by resolution, approve contract award for the purchase of two (2) Type 1 Fire Apparatus, construction progress meetings, training, warranty services, and a ten-year purchase plan option for future apparatus purchases to Hi-Tech Emergency Vehicle Service, Inc., of Oakdale, California, in the total amount not to exceed $1,247,412.50.adoptedPass Action details Not available
17-0734 112.2LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH ZIPCAR, INCCC- Consent - ResolutionRESOLUTION - REVOCABLE NON-EXCLUSIVE LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH ZIPCAR, INC RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Finance Department that the Council, by resolution, approve a Revocable Non-Exclusive License Agreement with Zipcar, Inc., San Francisco, California, to park two car share vehicles in City owned parking lots.adoptedPass Action details Not available
17-0740 112.3Approval of Third Amendment with Renne SloanCC- Consent - ResolutionRESOLUTION - APPROVAL OF A THIRD AMENDMENT TO PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH RENNE SLOAN HOLTZMAN SAKAI LLP RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Human Resources Department that the Council, by resolution, approve a Third Amendment to Professional Services Agreement with Renne Sloan Holtzman Sakai LLP, Public Law Group, to increase the compensation for labor-related legal advice and assistance by an amount not to exceed $350,000, for a total not to exceed amount of $750,000.adoptedPass Action details Not available
17-0733 112.4Extension of Proclamation of Local Homeless EmergencyCC- Consent - ResolutionRESOLUTION - EXTENSION OF PROCLAMATION OF LOCAL HOMELESS EMERGENCY RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Housing and Community Services Department that the Council, by resolution, approve an extension of Resolution No. 28839 which formally proclaimed a local homeless emergency within Santa Rosa.to waive reading of the text and adopt Consent ItemsPass Action details Video Video
17-0741 114.1ADOPTION OF EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN AND CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS PLAN ADOPTION OF EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN AND CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS PLAN ADOPTION OF EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN AND CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS PLANCC- ReportREPORT - ADOPTION OF EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN AND CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS PLAN BACKGROUND: The Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) outlines how the City of Santa Rosa-its government, stakeholder agencies, community-based organizations, business community and residents-coordinate their response to major emergencies and disasters. This EOP is the ultimate authority for coordinating response and recovery operations in the City of Santa Rosa. Its primary intent is to govern such operations following incidents that require the involvement of multiple City departments, external organizations/jurisdictions, community stakeholders, other levels of government, or mutual aid. The purpose of a Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP) is to provide the framework for City departments and divisions to restore mission essential functions and City operations if an emergency disrupts City services. RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Fire Department that the Council, by resolution, adopt the City of Santa Rosa Emergency Operations Plan - Part I (Base Plan) and City of Santa Rosa Continuity to waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
17-0754 114.2HOUSING BILL PACKAGECC- ReportREPORT - CONFIRMATION OF THE CITY’S POSITION ON UPCOMING STATE HOUSING BILL LEGISLATION BACKGROUND: This is an opportunity for the Council to provide staff direction regarding the City’s position related to the upcoming Housing Bill Package. While the list of bills to be included in the package have not been finalized, they are anticipated to include these twelve bills: Possible funding proposals: · SB 2 (Atkins): Building Homes and Jobs Act. · SB 3 (Beall): Affordable Housing Bond Act of 2018. · AB 71 (Chiu): Income taxes: credits: low-income housing: farmworker housing. · ACA 11 (Caballero): California Middle Class Affordable Housing and Homeless Shelter: funding. Possible streamlining/regulatory reform proposals: · SB 35 (Weiner): Planning and zoning: affordable housing: streamlined approval process. · SB 167 (Skinner)/AB 678: (Bocanegra): Housing Accountability Act. · SB 540 (Roth): Workforce Housing Opportunity Zone. · AB 72 (Santiago): Housing. · AB 73 (Chiu): Planning and zoning: housing sustainability districts. · AB 879 (Grayson): Planning and zoning: housing element. · received and filedPass Action details Video Video
17-0735 114.2.1Conservation as a Way of LifeCC- ReportREPORT - LEGISLATION - “MAKING CONSERVATION A CALIFORNIA WAY OF LIFE” BACKGROUND: In May 2016, Governor Brown issued Executive Order B-37-16 requiring the development of a water conservation framework for California. In April 2017, the Governor released the final framework. AB 968 and AB 1654 (Rubio) were introduced to implement the water conservation framework while preserving local control of water resources. In April 2017, the Mayor signed a letter of support for both AB 1654 and AB 968. AB 968 was held in the Assembly; AB 1654 was passed to the Senate. On July 11, 2017, the Senate Natural Resources and Water Committee, chaired by Senator Hertzberg, passed stripped down versions of the bills with the intent to amend the bills with input from the Senate, Assembly, Brown Administration and stakeholder groups. At the Committee hearing, Senator Hertzberg requested stakeholders to submit comments on the Committee’s intent to develop legislation to implement the framework. RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Water Department that the Council, by motion, submit a letter approvedPass Action details Video Video
17-0728 115.1Courtside Village Policy Statement - RezoningCC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - PARK LANE II APARTMENTS - REZONING REQUEST TO AMEND THE COURTSIDE VILLAGE POLICY STATEMENT TO ALLOW THE DEVELOPMENT OF A THREE-STORY, 24-UNIT APARTMENT COMPLEX LOCATED AT 1001 DOUBLES DRIVE, ASSESSOR’S PARCEL NO. 035-690-103, FILE NO. MJP14-010 BACKGROUND: This project proposes to construct a 24-unit, three story apartment building, accessory structures, and associated site improvements. The project requires a Rezoning to modify the Courtside Village Policy Statement to allow a density increase from 18 to 24 units per acre, a Conditional Use Permit for a multi-family residential use, and Design Review. On June 22, 2017, the Planning Commission approved three resolutions adopting a Mitigated Negative Declaration for the project; a recommendation that Council approve an amendment to the Courtside Village Policy Statement, and a Conditional Use Permit for a density transfer and multi-family for the Development of the Park Lane II Apartments. RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Planning Commission and the Planning and Economic Development Department that tto waive reading of the text and introducePass Action details Video Video
17-0719 116.1Attendance ReportCC- CommunicationQUARTERLY BOARDS, COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES ATTENDANCE REPORT - Provided for information.received and filed  Action details Video Video