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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 2/12/2019 12:30 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: City Hall, Council Chamber 100 Santa Rosa Avenue Santa Rosa, CA 95404
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19-0095 12.1Closed Session - Unit 5CC- Closed SessionCONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS (Government Code Section 54957.6) Agency Designated Representatives: Gloria Hurtado, Deputy City Manager, Jon Holtzman of Renne Public Law Group, Jeremia Mills, Interim Human Resources Director, Anthony Gossner, Fire Chief, Hank Schreeder, Police Chief, and Chuck McBride, Chief Financial Officer. Employee Organizations: Santa Rosa Firefighters Association - Local 1401 (representing City Employee Unit 2); Santa Rosa Police Officers Association (Employee Unit 5); Public Safety Management Association (Employee Unit 9).   Not available Not available
19-0088 13.1HA Board InterviewsCC- AppointmentINTERVIEWS FOR BOARDS, COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES The Council will interview applicants to fill the following vacancies on the Housing Authority: three At-Large positions, each to serve a four-year term expiring on December 31, 2022; and one Tenant-Commissioner position, to serve a two-year term expiring on December 31, 2020.   Not available Not available
19-0093 14.1POTENTIAL USE OF FORMER BENNETT VALLEY SENIOR CENTER FOR HOMELESS SERVICES, PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING, AND/OR AFFORDABLE HOUSING; AND STATE HOMELESS EMERGENCY AID PROGRAM (S-HEAP) FUNDS FOR SAMUEL L. JONES HALL HOMELESS SHELTER AND BENNETT VALLEY SENIOCC- Study SessionPOTENTIAL USE OF FORMER BENNETT VALLEY SENIOR CENTER FOR HOMELESS SERVICES, PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING, AND/OR AFFORDABLE HOUSING; AND STATE HOMELESS EMERGENCY AID PROGRAM (S-HEAP) FUNDS FOR SAMUEL L. JONES HALL HOMELESS SHELTER AND BENNETT VALLEY SENIOR CENTER On December 18, 2018, the Sonoma County Community Development Commission (CDC), as lead agency for the Sonoma County Continuum of Care (CoC), recently rebranded as Home Sonoma County, submitted an application to the State for Homeless Emergency Aid Program (hereinafter “S-HEAP”) funding in the amount of $12.1 million. This application included a set-aside for capital requests from local cities totaling $4.9 million, including a request from Santa Rosa in the amount of $3.6 million for the Samuel L. Jones Hall Homeless Shelter (SJH) and former Bennett Valley Senior Center (BVSC). Staff based its application for $3.6 million in S-HEAP funding on the immediate need to replace the roof at SJH, identified in a May 2018 report to Council, as well as Council’s interest in exploring the use of the BVSC for homeless services (she   Not available Not available
19-0094 14.2COMMUNITY HOMELESS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (CHAP) AND ALTERNATIVE HOUSING OPTIONSCC- Study SessionCOMMUNITY HOMELESS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (CHAP) AND ALTERNATIVE HOUSING OPTIONS In October 2015, Council approved the initial Community Homeless Assistance Pilot Program (CHAPP) to allow property owners to use their properties or facilities, which meet the Zoning Code definition for “Meeting Facility, Public or Private” for safe parking, the placement of portable toilets, and temporary shelter during the winter months (November 1, 2015 to April 2016). In October 2016, under the City’s declaration of homeless emergency, Council approved an expanded year-round Community Homeless Assistance Program (CHAP) to include safe parking, safe camping, the placement and maintenance of portable toilets and access to existing bathroom facilities, provision of temporary overnight shelter, and storage for personal belongings. The definition of eligible property types was also expanded to include commercial properties. In October 2018, Council requested an agenda item regarding the CHAP and alternative housing options for further discussion. Staff is seeking Council direction on the CHAP as well as i   Not available Not available
19-0042 17.1Redwood Empire Chinese AssociationCC- ProclamationPROCLAMATION - REDWOOD EMPIRE CHINESE ASSOCIATION   Not available Not available
19-0097 18.1Fire Recovery RebuildCC- Staff BriefingFIRE RECOVERY AND REBUILD UPDATE This will be a standing item on the agenda. No action will be taken except for possible direction to staff.   Not available Not available
19-0061 19.1CA 4th Quarter 2018 ReportCC- CMO/CAO ReportQUARTERLY REPORT OF SETTLEMENTS AND ACTIVE LITIGATION The City Attorney will report on settlements over $50,000 within the fourth quarter of 2018 (09/01/2018 - 12/31/2018) as well as provide a summary of pending litigation against the City.   Not available Not available
19-0110 111.2.1Matter from Council - ESTABLISH A COMMUNITY WILDFIRE PROTECTION PLANCC- Matters from CouncilREQUEST FOR AGENDA ITEM REGARDING A REPORT TO ESTABLISH A COMMUNITY WILDFIRE PROTECTION PLAN BACKGROUND: At the January 29, 2019, City Council Meeting, Council Member Combs requested a future report item to establish a community wildfire protection plan by April. Vice Mayor Rogers concurred with the request.   Not available Not available
19-0101 112.1Draft Minutes 1/15/19CC- MinutesJanuary 15, 2019, Regular Meeting.   Not available Not available
19-0105 112.2Draft Minutes 1/29/19CC- MinutesJanuary 29, 2019, Regular Meeting.   Not available Not available
19-0090 113.1Authorization of Purchase of Option Agreement for CalCHACC- Consent - ResolutionRESOLUTION - AUTHORIZATION FOR THE CITY OF SANTA ROSA TO BECOME AN ADDITIONAL MEMBER OF THE CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY HOUSING AGENCY (“CALCHA”); AUTHORIZATION OF PURCHASE OPTION AGREEMENTS WITH CALCHA FOR MIDDLE-INCOME AFFORDABLE HOUSING TRANSACTIONS; SUPPORT FOR CALCHA’S ISSUANCE OF TAX-EXEMPT BONDS FOR THE FINANCING AND ACQUISITION OF MIDDLE-INCOME AFFORDABLE HOUSING TRANSACTIONS; AND APPROPRIATION OF ANY SURPLUS CASH RECEIVED FROM CALCHA’S MIDDLE-INCOME AFFORDABLE HOUSING TRANSACTIONS INTO FUND 2282 FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING PURPOSES RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Housing & Community Services Department (HCS) that the Council, by resolutions: 1) authorize the City of Santa Rosa to join CalCHA as an Additional Member to allow the issuance of tax exempt bonds by CalCHA within the City limits; and 2) authorize the Director of HCS to execute a Purchase Option Agreement between the City of Santa Rosa and CalCHA associated with the acquisition of 1020 Jennings Avenue (“Property”); support CalCHA’s issuance of tax-exempt bonds for the acquisition of Property; and appropriate any sur   Not available Not available
19-0091 113.2Extension of Proclamation of Local Homeless EmergencyCC- Consent - ResolutionEXTENSION OF PROCLAMATION OF LOCAL HOMELESS EMERGENCY   Not available Not available
19-0096 113.3Resolution - Extension of Local Emergency (Fire)CC- Consent - ResolutionRESOLUTION - EXTENSION OF PROCLAMATION OF EXISTENCE OF LOCAL EMERGENCY DUE TO FIRES RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the City Attorney's Office that the Council, by resolution, declare that the proclamation of a state of local emergency within the City of Santa Rosa has been and remains in full force and effect without interruption.   Not available Not available
19-0092 116.1Residence Inn AppealCC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - RESIDENCE INN BY MARRIOTT (AJAIB BHADARE) APPEAL OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION ACTION ON THE CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT FOR A PROPOSED RESIDENCE INN BY MARRIOTT HOTEL AT 3558 ROUND BARN CIRCLE, SANTA ROSA, CA 95403; ASSESSOR’S PARCEL NUMBER 173-020-008; FILE NO. PRJ17-045 AND CUP18-162. BACKGROUND: On November 29, 2018, the Planning Commission effectively denied a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) for the proposed Residence Inn by Marriott by voting 3 ayes, 3 noes and 1 abstention on a motion to approve the hotel. The proposed 114-room hotel included 92,100 square feet of floor area in a four-story, 48 foot 8 inch tall building on a 4.6-acre site located at 3558 Round Barn Circle. Residence Inn by Marriott/Ajaib Bhadare, the applicant, filed a timely appeal of the Planning Commission action on December 10, 2018. The grounds for the appeal include that the application meets or exceeds all requirements for approval and staff recommended its approval, that the development meets or exceeds all fire-related requirements, that the project is consistent with the General Plan and    Not available Not available
19-0104 121.1Upcoming Meetings ListCC- Upcoming MeetingsUPCOMING MEETINGS LIST   Not available Not available