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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 7/9/2019 2:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Hall, Council Chamber 100 Santa Rosa Avenue Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
Agenda packet: Not available
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19-0524 12.1Friedell - Settlement AuthorityCC- Closed SessionCONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION (Paragraph (1) of subdivision (d) of Government Code Section 54956.9) Name of Case: Friedell v. City of Santa Rosa, et al. Court Case No. Sonoma County Superior Court, Case No. SCV 262164No action was taken by the City Council  Action details Not available
19-0525 12.2Closed Session - Vannucci (Homeless)CC- Closed SessionCONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION (Paragraph (1) of subdivision (d) of Government Code Section 54956.9) Name of Case: Nicholle Vannucci, et al. v. County of Sonoma, et al. Court Case No. USDC Northern District of California Case No. 3:18-cv-01955-VCNo action was taken by the City Council  Action details Not available
19-0408 13.1PB InterviewsCC- AppointmentThe Council will interview applicants for the Personnel Board’s three At-Large vacancies and two Labor Representative vacancies.nominated  Action details Not available
19-0505 13.2BPAB InterviewCC- AppointmentThe Council will interview an applicant for the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board’s Disabled Community Representative vacancy.nominated  Action details Not available
19-0513 13.3BOBRA AppointmentsCC- AppointmentThe City Council will interview one applicant and consider re-appointment of one incumbent for the Board of Building Regulations Appeals’ two vacancies.nominated  Action details Not available
19-0487 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.received and filed  Action details Video Video
19-0553 1  CC- AppointmentBicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board Disabled Community RepresentativenominatedPass Action details Not available
19-0553 1  CC- AppointmentBicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board Disabled Community RepresentativenominatedPass Action details Not available
19-0490 111.3.12019 LOCC Annual Conference Voting DelegateCC- Mayor/Council Member ReportIn order to vote at the Annual Business Meeting at the League of California Cities 2019 Annual Conference, each member City must designate a voting delegate and up to two alternate delegates. This year’s conference will be held in Long Beach from Wednesday, October 16 through Friday, October 18. The delegates must be designated by the City Council, and the voting delegate and alternates must be registered to attend the conference.appointedPass Action details Not available
19-0554 1  CC- AppointmentIn order to vote at the Annual Business Meeting at the League of California Cities 2019 Annual Conference, each member City must designate a voting delegate and up to two alternate delegates. This year's conference will be held in Long Beach from Wednesday, October 16 through Friday, October 18. The delegates must be designated by the City Council, and the voting delegate and alternates must be registered to attend the conference.nominatedPass Action details Not available
19-0554 1  CC- AppointmentIn order to vote at the Annual Business Meeting at the League of California Cities 2019 Annual Conference, each member City must designate a voting delegate and up to two alternate delegates. This year's conference will be held in Long Beach from Wednesday, October 16 through Friday, October 18. The delegates must be designated by the City Council, and the voting delegate and alternates must be registered to attend the conference.nominatedPass Action details Not available
19-0510 111.4.1Matter from Council - HOMELESS SERVICES ATTORNEY CONSIDERATIONCC- Matters from CouncilREQUEST FOR AGENDA ITEM TO CONSIDER CONTRACTING WITH A LEGAL SERVICES PROVIDER FOR HOMELESS INDIVIDUALS BACKGROUND: At the June 25, 2019 City Council Meeting, Council Member Tibbetts requested a future agenda item to consider contracting with a legal services provider for homeless individuals. Council Member Fleming concurred with the request.tableFail Action details Video Video
19-0426 112.15/28/19 Draft MinutesCC- MinutesMay 28, 2019, Regular Meeting Minutes.approve as submitted  Action details Video Video
19-0445 112.26/4/19 Draft MinutesCC- MinutesJune 4, 2019, Regular Meeting Minutes.approve as submitted  Action details Video Video
19-0483 112.36/11 Special Meeting Draft MinutesCC- MinutesJune 11, 2019, Special Meeting Minutes.approve as submitted  Action details Video Video
19-0164 112.46/18/19 Draft MinutesCC- MinutesJune 18, 2019, Regular Meeting Minutes.approve as submitted  Action details Video Video
19-0489 113.1Adoption of MOU Unit 9CC- Consent - MotionRESOLUTION - ADOPTION OF MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING, UNIT 9 - POLICE SAFETY MANAGEMENT, REPRESENTED BY THE SANTA ROSA POLICE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2019 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2020 RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Human Resources Department and the City Manager’s Office that the Council, by resolution, adopt the Memorandum of Understanding for an agreement for, and on behalf of, the employees in the City’s Bargaining Unit 9 - Police Safety Management, represented by the Santa Rosa Police Management Association, and effective July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020.approvedPass Action details Not available
19-0494 113.2Roseland Fire StationCC- Consent - MotionRESOLUTION - ACCEPTANCE OF THE ROSELAND FIRE STATION LOCATED AT 830 BURBANK AVENUE AND AUTHORIZATION FOR THE MAYOR TO ACCEPT A DEED FOR THE CONVEYENCE RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the City’s Right of Way Agent that Council, by resolution, accept the Roseland Fire Station located at 830 Burbank Avenue and authorize the Mayor, on behalf of the City, to sign acceptance of the grant deed, which will complete the transfer of title of the Roseland Fire Station and the real property on which it sits, to the City of Santa Rosa.approvedPass Action details Not available
19-0478 113.3PSA GreinesCC- Consent - ResolutionRESOLUTION - APPROVAL OF SECOND AMENDMENT TO PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH GREINES, MARTIN, STEIN & RICHLAND LLP FOR LEGAL SERVICES RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the City Attorney’s Office that the Council, by resolution, approve the Second Amendment to Professional Services Agreement Number F001382 with Greines, Martin, Stein & Richland LLP in the amount of $50,000 for a total compensation amount of $150,000, related to the Appeal in the matter of Rafael Mateos-Sandoval and Simeon Avendano Ruiz v. County of Sonoma, City of Santa Rosa, et al.adoptedPass Action details Not available
19-0479 113.4General Services Agreement for office suppliesCC- Consent - ResolutionRESOLUTION - APPROVAL - GENERAL SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH STAPLES CONTRACT & COMMERCIAL LLC FOR OFFICE SUPPLIES RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Finance Department, that the Council, by resolution, approve the General Services Agreement with Staples Contract & Commercial LLC, Newark, California, for office supplies under the terms of the National Joint Powers Alliance in an amount not to exceed $530,000.adopted  Action details Not available
19-0509 113.5Guerneville Road Ordinance 2nd ReadingCC- Consent - OrdinanceORDINANCE ADOPTION SECOND READING - ORDINANCE OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ROSA AMENDING TITLE 20 OF THE SANTA ROSA CITY CODE - RECLASSIFICATION OF PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1665 GUERNEVILLE ROAD, APN 036-101-010, FROM THE RR-20 (RURAL RESIDENTIAL) ZONING DISTRICT TO THE R-3-18 (MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL) ZONING DISTRICT - FILE NUMBER: PRJ18-089 RECOMMENDATION: This ordinance, introduced at the June 25, 2019, Regular Meeting by a (6-0-1) vote (Vice Mayor Rogers absent), amends Title 20 of the Santa Rosa City Code - reclassification of property located at 1665 Guerneville Road, APN 036-101-010, from the RR-20 (rural residential) zoning district to the R-3-18 (multi-family residential) zoning district - FILE NUMBER: PRJ18-089adoptedPass Action details Not available
19-0481 113.6CITY/COUNTY FUNDING AGREEMENT FOR SAMUEL L. JONES HALL HOMELESS SHELTERCC- Consent - ResolutionRESOLUTION - CITY/COUNTY FUNDING AGREEMENT FOR SAMUEL L. JONES HALL HOMELESS SHELTER RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Housing and Community Services Department that the Council, by resolution, approve an Agreement between the City of Santa Rosa and the County of Sonoma for the Funding of Operations at the Samuel L. Jones Hall Homeless Shelter for 2019/2020 (Funding Agreement) in the amount of $255,000.adoptedPass Action details Not available
19-0512 115.1REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR OPERATOR OF SAMUEL L. JONES HALL HOMELESS SHELTER FOR HOUSING FIRST OPERATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2020/2021CC- ReportREPORT - REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR OPERATION OF SAMUEL L. JONES HALL HOMELESS SHELTER FOR HOUSING FIRST OPERATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2020/2021 BACKGROUND: On June 18, 2019, as part of the Fiscal Year 2019/2020 budget hearing, staff proposed reprogramming $1.6 million remaining from a Fiscal Year 2016/2017 Affordable Housing Pilot Program Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for capital and programming improvements at the Samuel L. Jones Hall Homeless Shelter (Shelter). In response to this proposal, Council Member Combs requested an agenda item regarding a Request for Proposals (RFP) for operation of the Shelter. The Shelter is a City-owned facility which has been operated by Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa since it opened in November 2005. The City currently has an agreement with Catholic Charities for the operations of the Shelter for Fiscal Year 2019/2020 in the amount of $1,349,331, which is funded by the City, County of Sonoma, and Community Foundation Sonoma County. Staff has prepared the following report on the Shelter and is seeking Council direction on irecommended for disapprovalPass Action details Video Video
19-0467 116.1Animal ServicesCC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - ADOPTION OF REVISED ANIMAL SERVICES FEES BACKGROUND: Sonoma County Animal Services (Animal Services/SCAS) provides sheltering and field services to areas within their jurisdiction, including unincorporated areas of the County, the City of Santa Rosa, and the Town of Windsor. Animal Services is also responsible for rabies control for the entire County. The SCAS service area is comprised of approximately 1,575 square miles with nearly 500,000 residents and includes an animal shelter that serves nearly 3,300 animals annually. SCAS is proposing fee revisions for animal impounds, vaccinations, licenses, and boarding fees. The proposed SCAS fees recover increased costs associated with services delivery, including costs charged to SCAS by general government and those associated with salary and benefits. Revised fees are requested to recover the reasonable cost to provide animals services which is generally 4.5 percent since fees were last revised effective July 1, 2018. The SCAS is proposing 3.7 to 5.0 percent increases to the Animal Services fees. Percentage incto waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
19-0491 116.2Southeast GreenwayCC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - SOUTHEAST GREENWAY BACKGROUND: The Southeast Greenway Community Partnership, including the City of Santa Rosa, Sonoma County Water Agency, Sonoma County Regional Parks, Sonoma Land Trust, LandPaths, and the Southeast Greenway Campaign, have come together to plan for the acquisition of 57 acres of land owned by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and originally planned for an extension of Highway 12. The City Council initiated a General Plan Amendment and Rezoning in fall 2015 to designate land uses for the area. As part of the planning process, two community workshops were held to understand residents’ land use and circulation preferences for the site. The Planning Commission and City Council held two joint study sessions, on November 1, 2016 and March 28, 2017, to consider information from the workshops, along with draft guiding principles and land use and circulation alternatives. With selection of the Preferred Alternative, proposed General Plan land use designations and Zoning districts were developed, and an Environmental Impact Report to waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Not available
19-0491 116.2Southeast GreenwayCC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - SOUTHEAST GREENWAY BACKGROUND: The Southeast Greenway Community Partnership, including the City of Santa Rosa, Sonoma County Water Agency, Sonoma County Regional Parks, Sonoma Land Trust, LandPaths, and the Southeast Greenway Campaign, have come together to plan for the acquisition of 57 acres of land owned by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and originally planned for an extension of Highway 12. The City Council initiated a General Plan Amendment and Rezoning in fall 2015 to designate land uses for the area. As part of the planning process, two community workshops were held to understand residents’ land use and circulation preferences for the site. The Planning Commission and City Council held two joint study sessions, on November 1, 2016 and March 28, 2017, to consider information from the workshops, along with draft guiding principles and land use and circulation alternatives. With selection of the Preferred Alternative, proposed General Plan land use designations and Zoning districts were developed, and an Environmental Impact Report to waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
19-0491 116.2Southeast GreenwayCC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - SOUTHEAST GREENWAY BACKGROUND: The Southeast Greenway Community Partnership, including the City of Santa Rosa, Sonoma County Water Agency, Sonoma County Regional Parks, Sonoma Land Trust, LandPaths, and the Southeast Greenway Campaign, have come together to plan for the acquisition of 57 acres of land owned by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and originally planned for an extension of Highway 12. The City Council initiated a General Plan Amendment and Rezoning in fall 2015 to designate land uses for the area. As part of the planning process, two community workshops were held to understand residents’ land use and circulation preferences for the site. The Planning Commission and City Council held two joint study sessions, on November 1, 2016 and March 28, 2017, to consider information from the workshops, along with draft guiding principles and land use and circulation alternatives. With selection of the Preferred Alternative, proposed General Plan land use designations and Zoning districts were developed, and an Environmental Impact Report to waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
19-0491 116.2Southeast GreenwayCC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - SOUTHEAST GREENWAY BACKGROUND: The Southeast Greenway Community Partnership, including the City of Santa Rosa, Sonoma County Water Agency, Sonoma County Regional Parks, Sonoma Land Trust, LandPaths, and the Southeast Greenway Campaign, have come together to plan for the acquisition of 57 acres of land owned by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and originally planned for an extension of Highway 12. The City Council initiated a General Plan Amendment and Rezoning in fall 2015 to designate land uses for the area. As part of the planning process, two community workshops were held to understand residents’ land use and circulation preferences for the site. The Planning Commission and City Council held two joint study sessions, on November 1, 2016 and March 28, 2017, to consider information from the workshops, along with draft guiding principles and land use and circulation alternatives. With selection of the Preferred Alternative, proposed General Plan land use designations and Zoning districts were developed, and an Environmental Impact Report to waive reading of the text and introducePass Action details Video Video
19-0491 116.2Southeast GreenwayCC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - SOUTHEAST GREENWAY BACKGROUND: The Southeast Greenway Community Partnership, including the City of Santa Rosa, Sonoma County Water Agency, Sonoma County Regional Parks, Sonoma Land Trust, LandPaths, and the Southeast Greenway Campaign, have come together to plan for the acquisition of 57 acres of land owned by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and originally planned for an extension of Highway 12. The City Council initiated a General Plan Amendment and Rezoning in fall 2015 to designate land uses for the area. As part of the planning process, two community workshops were held to understand residents’ land use and circulation preferences for the site. The Planning Commission and City Council held two joint study sessions, on November 1, 2016 and March 28, 2017, to consider information from the workshops, along with draft guiding principles and land use and circulation alternatives. With selection of the Preferred Alternative, proposed General Plan land use designations and Zoning districts were developed, and an Environmental Impact Report to waive reading of the text and introducePass Action details Video Video
19-0461 116.3Dutton Meadows Subdivision AppealCC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - APPEAL OF DENIAL OF GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT, AND TENTATIVE MAP FOR THE PROPOSED DUTTON MEADOWS SUBDIVISION LOCATED AT 2650, 2666, 2684 DUTTON MEADOW,1112 AND 1200 HEARN AVENUE, SANTA ROSA; ASSESSOR’S PARCEL NUMBERS 043-071-007, -022, -023 & 043-191-016, -024; FILE NO. PRJ18-039 (CUP18-101, GPAM18-003, MAJ18-006) BACKGROUND: On February 28, 2019, the Planning Commission denied a General Plan Amendment, Conditional Use Permit and Tentative Map for Dutton Meadows Subdivision, a 211-unit subdivision comprised of 130 detached single-family units and 81 accessory dwelling units, proposed on an 18.4-acre site located at 2650, 2666, 2684 Dutton Meadow,1112 and 1200 Hearn Avenue, which requires the reconfiguration of two planned area serving roads. On March 8, 2019, an appeal of the Planning Commission’s action was filed by Trumark Homes. The grounds for appeal question the Planning Commission’s denial of the project: prior to environmental review and conditions of approval, that addresses an urgent housing need, and that demonstrates modified roadwcontinued the public hearingPass Action details Video Video
19-0496 117.1Support AB 784CC- CommunicationSUPPORT AB 784: SALES AND USE TAXES: EXEMPTION: CALIFORNIA HYBRID AND ZERO-EMISSION TRUCK AND BUS VOUCHER INCENTIVE PROJECT: TRANSIT BUS VEHICLES - Provided for information.received and filed  Action details Video Video
19-0526 121.1Upcoming Meetings ListCC- Upcoming MeetingsUPCOMING MEETINGS LISTreceived and filed  Action details Not available