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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 12/8/2020 1:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Hall, Council Chamber 100 Santa Rosa Avenue Santa Rosa, CA 95404
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20-0946 12.1Closed Session - 4301 Llano & 1595 Meadow LnCC- Closed SessionCONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATOR (Government Code Section 54956.8) Property: 4301 Llano Rd and 1595 Meadow Ln, Santa Rosa. A portion of APNs 134-231-024 and 063-180-025 Agency Negotiator: Jill Scott, Real Property Negotiator Negotiating Parties: Renewable Sonoma LLC Under Negotiations: Price and terms of Lease paymentreceived and filed  Action details Not available
20-0977 12.2Closed Session - VannucciCC- 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-VCreceived and filed  Action details Not available
20-0958 13.1Housing Investment OpportunitiesCC- Study SessionHOUSING INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR PG&E SETTLEMENT FUNDS Study session to review policy options regarding the potential investment of one-time PG&E settlement funds into housing production. Investment into housing was one of the recurring topics of consideration received through the community outreach process to date. Investment opportunities to be discussed include potential investment into the Renewal Enterprise District (RED), a regional joint powers authority, as well as potential investment into the City of Santa Rosa’s local Housing Authority.received and filed  Action details Video Video
20-0957 115.1Fall 2020 General Plan Amendment PackageCC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - FALL 2020 GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT PACKAGE: 1) 3575 MENDOCINO AVENUE SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT, GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, REZONING, AND TENTATIVE MAP; 2) YOLANDA INDUSTRIAL PROJECT MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION, GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, AND REZONING; AND 3) T&L MICRO CANNABIS FACILITY GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND REZONING BACKGROUND: General Plan Amendments are considered three times per year in accordance with General Plan policy. This General Plan Amendment package includes two CEQA resolutions, three amendments to the General Plan Land Use Diagram, three Rezoning ordinances, and a Tentative Map resolution. 1. 3575 Mendocino Avenue. This project includes (1) a request to adopt a Sustainable Communities Environmental Assessment; (2) a request for a General Plan amendment to change the General Plan land use designation from Mobile Home Park to Transit Village Medium; (3) a request for Rezoning from RR (Rural Residential) to TV-R-RC (Transit Village Residential-Resilient City) and TV-R-SH-RC (Transit Village Residential-Senior Housing-Resiliento waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
20-0957 115.1Fall 2020 General Plan Amendment PackageCC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - FALL 2020 GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT PACKAGE: 1) 3575 MENDOCINO AVENUE SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT, GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, REZONING, AND TENTATIVE MAP; 2) YOLANDA INDUSTRIAL PROJECT MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION, GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, AND REZONING; AND 3) T&L MICRO CANNABIS FACILITY GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND REZONING BACKGROUND: General Plan Amendments are considered three times per year in accordance with General Plan policy. This General Plan Amendment package includes two CEQA resolutions, three amendments to the General Plan Land Use Diagram, three Rezoning ordinances, and a Tentative Map resolution. 1. 3575 Mendocino Avenue. This project includes (1) a request to adopt a Sustainable Communities Environmental Assessment; (2) a request for a General Plan amendment to change the General Plan land use designation from Mobile Home Park to Transit Village Medium; (3) a request for Rezoning from RR (Rural Residential) to TV-R-RC (Transit Village Residential-Resilient City) and TV-R-SH-RC (Transit Village Residential-Senior Housing-Resiliento waive reading of the text and introducePass Action details Video Video
20-0957 115.1Fall 2020 General Plan Amendment PackageCC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - FALL 2020 GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT PACKAGE: 1) 3575 MENDOCINO AVENUE SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT, GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, REZONING, AND TENTATIVE MAP; 2) YOLANDA INDUSTRIAL PROJECT MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION, GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, AND REZONING; AND 3) T&L MICRO CANNABIS FACILITY GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND REZONING BACKGROUND: General Plan Amendments are considered three times per year in accordance with General Plan policy. This General Plan Amendment package includes two CEQA resolutions, three amendments to the General Plan Land Use Diagram, three Rezoning ordinances, and a Tentative Map resolution. 1. 3575 Mendocino Avenue. This project includes (1) a request to adopt a Sustainable Communities Environmental Assessment; (2) a request for a General Plan amendment to change the General Plan land use designation from Mobile Home Park to Transit Village Medium; (3) a request for Rezoning from RR (Rural Residential) to TV-R-RC (Transit Village Residential-Resilient City) and TV-R-SH-RC (Transit Village Residential-Senior Housing-Resiliento waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
20-0957 115.1Fall 2020 General Plan Amendment PackageCC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - FALL 2020 GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT PACKAGE: 1) 3575 MENDOCINO AVENUE SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT, GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, REZONING, AND TENTATIVE MAP; 2) YOLANDA INDUSTRIAL PROJECT MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION, GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, AND REZONING; AND 3) T&L MICRO CANNABIS FACILITY GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND REZONING BACKGROUND: General Plan Amendments are considered three times per year in accordance with General Plan policy. This General Plan Amendment package includes two CEQA resolutions, three amendments to the General Plan Land Use Diagram, three Rezoning ordinances, and a Tentative Map resolution. 1. 3575 Mendocino Avenue. This project includes (1) a request to adopt a Sustainable Communities Environmental Assessment; (2) a request for a General Plan amendment to change the General Plan land use designation from Mobile Home Park to Transit Village Medium; (3) a request for Rezoning from RR (Rural Residential) to TV-R-RC (Transit Village Residential-Resilient City) and TV-R-SH-RC (Transit Village Residential-Senior Housing-Resiliento waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
20-0957 115.1Fall 2020 General Plan Amendment PackageCC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - FALL 2020 GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT PACKAGE: 1) 3575 MENDOCINO AVENUE SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT, GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, REZONING, AND TENTATIVE MAP; 2) YOLANDA INDUSTRIAL PROJECT MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION, GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, AND REZONING; AND 3) T&L MICRO CANNABIS FACILITY GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND REZONING BACKGROUND: General Plan Amendments are considered three times per year in accordance with General Plan policy. This General Plan Amendment package includes two CEQA resolutions, three amendments to the General Plan Land Use Diagram, three Rezoning ordinances, and a Tentative Map resolution. 1. 3575 Mendocino Avenue. This project includes (1) a request to adopt a Sustainable Communities Environmental Assessment; (2) a request for a General Plan amendment to change the General Plan land use designation from Mobile Home Park to Transit Village Medium; (3) a request for Rezoning from RR (Rural Residential) to TV-R-RC (Transit Village Residential-Resilient City) and TV-R-SH-RC (Transit Village Residential-Senior Housing-Resiliento waive reading of the text and introducePass Action details Video Video
20-0957 115.1Fall 2020 General Plan Amendment PackageCC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - FALL 2020 GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT PACKAGE: 1) 3575 MENDOCINO AVENUE SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT, GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, REZONING, AND TENTATIVE MAP; 2) YOLANDA INDUSTRIAL PROJECT MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION, GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, AND REZONING; AND 3) T&L MICRO CANNABIS FACILITY GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND REZONING BACKGROUND: General Plan Amendments are considered three times per year in accordance with General Plan policy. This General Plan Amendment package includes two CEQA resolutions, three amendments to the General Plan Land Use Diagram, three Rezoning ordinances, and a Tentative Map resolution. 1. 3575 Mendocino Avenue. This project includes (1) a request to adopt a Sustainable Communities Environmental Assessment; (2) a request for a General Plan amendment to change the General Plan land use designation from Mobile Home Park to Transit Village Medium; (3) a request for Rezoning from RR (Rural Residential) to TV-R-RC (Transit Village Residential-Resilient City) and TV-R-SH-RC (Transit Village Residential-Senior Housing-Resiliento waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
20-0957 115.1Fall 2020 General Plan Amendment PackageCC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - FALL 2020 GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT PACKAGE: 1) 3575 MENDOCINO AVENUE SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT, GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, REZONING, AND TENTATIVE MAP; 2) YOLANDA INDUSTRIAL PROJECT MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION, GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, AND REZONING; AND 3) T&L MICRO CANNABIS FACILITY GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND REZONING BACKGROUND: General Plan Amendments are considered three times per year in accordance with General Plan policy. This General Plan Amendment package includes two CEQA resolutions, three amendments to the General Plan Land Use Diagram, three Rezoning ordinances, and a Tentative Map resolution. 1. 3575 Mendocino Avenue. This project includes (1) a request to adopt a Sustainable Communities Environmental Assessment; (2) a request for a General Plan amendment to change the General Plan land use designation from Mobile Home Park to Transit Village Medium; (3) a request for Rezoning from RR (Rural Residential) to TV-R-RC (Transit Village Residential-Resilient City) and TV-R-SH-RC (Transit Village Residential-Senior Housing-Resiliento waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
20-0957 115.1Fall 2020 General Plan Amendment PackageCC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - FALL 2020 GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT PACKAGE: 1) 3575 MENDOCINO AVENUE SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT, GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, REZONING, AND TENTATIVE MAP; 2) YOLANDA INDUSTRIAL PROJECT MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION, GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, AND REZONING; AND 3) T&L MICRO CANNABIS FACILITY GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND REZONING BACKGROUND: General Plan Amendments are considered three times per year in accordance with General Plan policy. This General Plan Amendment package includes two CEQA resolutions, three amendments to the General Plan Land Use Diagram, three Rezoning ordinances, and a Tentative Map resolution. 1. 3575 Mendocino Avenue. This project includes (1) a request to adopt a Sustainable Communities Environmental Assessment; (2) a request for a General Plan amendment to change the General Plan land use designation from Mobile Home Park to Transit Village Medium; (3) a request for Rezoning from RR (Rural Residential) to TV-R-RC (Transit Village Residential-Resilient City) and TV-R-SH-RC (Transit Village Residential-Senior Housing-Resiliento waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
20-0957 115.1Fall 2020 General Plan Amendment PackageCC- Public HearingPUBLIC HEARING - FALL 2020 GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT PACKAGE: 1) 3575 MENDOCINO AVENUE SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT, GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, REZONING, AND TENTATIVE MAP; 2) YOLANDA INDUSTRIAL PROJECT MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION, GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT, AND REZONING; AND 3) T&L MICRO CANNABIS FACILITY GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT AND REZONING BACKGROUND: General Plan Amendments are considered three times per year in accordance with General Plan policy. This General Plan Amendment package includes two CEQA resolutions, three amendments to the General Plan Land Use Diagram, three Rezoning ordinances, and a Tentative Map resolution. 1. 3575 Mendocino Avenue. This project includes (1) a request to adopt a Sustainable Communities Environmental Assessment; (2) a request for a General Plan amendment to change the General Plan land use designation from Mobile Home Park to Transit Village Medium; (3) a request for Rezoning from RR (Rural Residential) to TV-R-RC (Transit Village Residential-Resilient City) and TV-R-SH-RC (Transit Village Residential-Senior Housing-Resiliento waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
20-0953 17.1COVID-19 RESPONSE UPDATECC- Staff BriefingCOVID-19 RESPONSE UPDATE This will be a standing item on the agenda. No action will be taken except for possible direction to staff.No action was taken by the City Council  Action details Not available
20-0955 17.2COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT UPDATECC- Staff BriefingCOMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT PLAN UPDATE This will be a standing item on the agenda. No action will be taken except for possible direction to staff.No action was taken by the City Council  Action details Not available
20-0951 17.3GLASS FIRE RECOVERY UPDATECC- Staff BriefingGLASS FIRE RECOVERY UPDATE Staff will provide an update on the Glass Fire Recovery. No action will be taken except for possible direction to staff.received and filed  Action details Video Video
20-0811 18.1CA 3rd Qtr 2020 ReportCC- CMO/CAO ReportQUARTERLY REPORT OF SETTLEMENTS AND ACTIVE LITIGATION The City Attorney will report on settlements over $50,000 within the third quarter of 2020 (07/01/2020 - 09/30/2020) as well as provide a summary of pending litigation against the City.received and filed  Action details Video Video
21-0016 111.16/23/2020 Draft MinutesCC- MinutesJune 23, 2020, Regular Meeting.Approved as submitted.  Action details Not available
20-0888 111.26/24/2020 Draft MinutesCC- MinutesJune 24, 2020, Continued Regular Meeting.Approved as submitted.  Action details Not available
20-0950 112.1Approval of an Early Lease Termination AgreementCC- Consent - ResolutionRESOLUTION - EARLY LEASE TERMINATION WITH SPORTS RESTAURANT OF BENNETT VALLEY INC. LOCATED AT 3330 YULUPA AVENUE, SANTA ROSA RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by Real Estate Services that the Council, by resolution, approve the Termination Agreement for Bennett Valley Golf Course Clubhouse Lease Agreement between the City and Sports Restaurant of Bennett Valley Inc. and authorize the City Manager to execute the Termination Agreement and all necessary and related documents.adoptedPass Action details Not available
20-0948 112.2Transfer of Real Property Interest along Yolanda Ave and Relinquishment of Abutters RightsCC- Consent - ResolutionRESOLUTION - TRANSFER OF REAL PROPERTY INTEREST ALONG YOLANDA AVENUE AND RELINQUISHMENT OF ABUTTERS’ RIGHTS TO THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AS PART OF THE HEARN AVENUE INTERCHANGE AT HIGHWAY 101 PROJECT RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by Real Estate Services and the Department of Transportation and Public Works that the Council, by resolution, approve the transfer of a real property interest along Yolanda Avenue releasing and relinquishing any and all abutter’s rights, including access rights, appurtenant to City’s remaining property (except as otherwise stated) to the State of California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and authorize the Director of Transportation and Public Works to execute all necessary and appropriate documents, including a grant deed of conveyance, to complete the transfer.adoptedPass Action details Not available
20-0915 112.3H-GAC Coop Crack Sealer AwardCC- Consent - ResolutionRESOLUTION - AUTHORIZATION TO UTILIZE THE H-GAC BUY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR TWO CIMLINE M2DH CRACK SEALERS TO CIMLINE RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Transportation and Public Works and Finance Department that the Council, by resolution, 1) authorize use of the Houston-Galveston Area Council Cooperative Agreement with Cimline, Plymouth, MN (No. 20-00885) to purchase two Cimline M2DH Crack Sealers to be used by Field Services to seal cracks in roadway surfaces, and 2) authorize the City Manager to negotiate and execute any necessary agreement(s) with Cimline to complete the purchase, in an amount not-to-exceed $131,936.50.adoptedPass Action details Not available
20-0918 112.4Colgan Creek Mitigation Credit PurchaseCC- Consent - ResolutionRESOLUTION - LOWER COLGAN CREEK RESTORATION PHASE 2 MITIGATION CREDIT PURCHASE AUTHORIZATION RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Water Department that the Council, by resolution: 1) authorize the purchase of mitigation credits for the Lower Colgan Creek Restoration Phase 2 Project; 2) approve the California Tiger Salamander Mitigation Credits Purchase Agreement Number F002203 with Davis Preserve, LLC in an amount not to exceed $339,360 to purchase required mitigation credits for California tiger salamander; 3) approve the Wetland Creation Credits Purchase Agreement Number F002213 with Hazel Mitigation Preserve, LLC in an amount not to exceed $7,250 to purchase required mitigation credits for wetlands; and 4) authorize the Director of Water to execute both agreements and any related documents or applications, subject to approval as to form by the City Attorney.adoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0003 112.5Ordinance Adoption - Open GovernmentCC- Consent - OrdinanceORDINANCE ADOPTION SECOND READING - ORDINANCE OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ROSA ADDING CHAPTER 1 -10 TO THE SANTA ROSA CITY CODE ENTITLED “OPEN GOVERNMENT” RECOMMENDATION: This ordinance, introduced at the December 1, 2020, Regular Meeting by a (7-0-0) vote, adds Chapter 1-10 to the Santa Rosa City Code entitled “Open Government”.adoptedPass Action details Not available
21-0026 1 Late Correspondence Uploaded 12-8-2020CC- CommunicationLate Correspondence (Uploaded 12-8-2020)No action was taken by the City Council  Action details Not available
20-0942 114.1General Plan - Community Advisory CommitteeCC- ReportREPORT - 2050 SANTA ROSA GENERAL PLAN COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBER SELECTION PROCESS AND ORGANIZATIONAL FRAMEWORK BACKGROUND: On November 12, 2020 the Director of Planning and Economic Development selected 18 of the 25-member Community Advisory Committee (CAC) of the 2050 General Plan Update. The CAC Member Selection Process describes selection process including remaining seven CAC members that will be appointed by the Council to help ensure the full CAC reflects the gender, age groups, ethnicity and interest or stakeholders within the City. Staff requests the Council complete its CAC appointments by January 12, 2021. RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the Planning and Economic Development Department that the Council receive the report regarding the Community Advisory Committee Membership Selection Process and the Organizational Framework.received and filedPass Action details Video Video
20-0908 114.22019-20 Measure O Annual ReportCC- ReportREPORT - FISCAL YEAR 2019-20 MEASURE O ANNUAL REPORT BACKGROUND: Ordinance 3680 added Chapter 3-26 to the Santa Rosa City Code establishing a special transactions and use tax. The special tax measure, known as Measure O, increased sales tax by a quarter percent to fund specific Police, Fire, and Gang Prevention/Intervention programs, as set forth in the Ordinance. The Ordinance also established a seven-member Citizen Oversight Committee, with members appointed by the City Council, to annually review expenditures and appropriations of the tax revenues to ensure that all such revenues are spent or appropriated for the purposes and uses set forth in the Ordinance. Each year, an Annual Report is prepared by City staff, reviewed by the Citizen Oversight Committee and presented to the City Council reporting on expenditures and activities during the past fiscal year. The tax revenues generated by Measure O are split between Fire (40%), Police (40%) and Gang Prevention/Intervention Programs (20%), with these revenues spent in accordance with an Implementation Plan which was adoptereceived and filedPass Action details Video Video
20-0887 117.1Declaring 2020 Election ResultsCC- ReportREPORT - DECLARATION OF RESULTS FOR THE GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION HELD ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2020, FOR (1) THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING MEMBERS FOR FOUR DISTRICT-BASED OFFICES OF THE CITY COUNCIL FOR DISTRICTS 1, 3, 5 AND 7, EACH FOR A FULL TERM OF FOUR YEARS; AND (2) SUBMITTING TO THE VOTERS MEASURE Q RELATING TO THE SALES TAX BACKGROUND: Pursuant to City Charter Section 30 and the California Elections Code, the City Council called a General Municipal Election for Tuesday, November 3, 2020, for (1) the purpose of electing one candidate for each City Council office for Districts 1, 3, 5 and 7, each for a full term of four years; and (2) submitting to the voters Measure O relating to the Sales Tax. RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the City Clerk that the Council: 1) by resolution, recite the fact and declare the results of the Consolidated General Municipal Election held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, for the election to the City Council of Eddie Alvarez for District 1, Harrison “Jack” Tibbetts for District 3, Chris Rogers for District 5, and Natalie Rogers for District 7, eachto waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
20-0887 117.1Declaring 2020 Election ResultsCC- ReportREPORT - DECLARATION OF RESULTS FOR THE GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION HELD ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2020, FOR (1) THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING MEMBERS FOR FOUR DISTRICT-BASED OFFICES OF THE CITY COUNCIL FOR DISTRICTS 1, 3, 5 AND 7, EACH FOR A FULL TERM OF FOUR YEARS; AND (2) SUBMITTING TO THE VOTERS MEASURE Q RELATING TO THE SALES TAX BACKGROUND: Pursuant to City Charter Section 30 and the California Elections Code, the City Council called a General Municipal Election for Tuesday, November 3, 2020, for (1) the purpose of electing one candidate for each City Council office for Districts 1, 3, 5 and 7, each for a full term of four years; and (2) submitting to the voters Measure O relating to the Sales Tax. RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended by the City Clerk that the Council: 1) by resolution, recite the fact and declare the results of the Consolidated General Municipal Election held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, for the election to the City Council of Eddie Alvarez for District 1, Harrison “Jack” Tibbetts for District 3, Chris Rogers for District 5, and Natalie Rogers for District 7, eachto waive reading of the text and adoptPass Action details Video Video
20-0889 117.2Administration of Oath of OfficeCC- Upcoming MeetingsADMINISTRATION OF OATH OF OFFICE TO NEWLY ELECTED COUNCIL MEMBERS, PRESENTATION OF CERTIFICATES OF ELECTION, AND SEATING OF THE NEWLY ELECTED COUNCIL MEMBERSreceived and filed  Action details Video Video
20-0891 117.3Election of MayorCC- Staff BriefingELECTION OF MAYOR It is recommended by the City Attorney that, following induction of the newly elected Council members, the Council elect a Mayor in accordance with Sections 6 and 15 of the Santa Rosa City Charter and Section XII of the City Council Manual of Procedures and Protocols. The Mayor will serve for a term of two years.appointed  Action details Video Video
20-0892 117.4Election of Vice MayorCC- Staff BriefingELECTION OF VICE MAYOR It is recommended by the City Attorney that, following the induction of new Council members and the election of a Mayor, the Council elect a Vice Mayor in accordance with Section 15 of the Santa Rosa City Charter and Section XII of the City Council Manual of Procedures and Protocols. The Vice Mayor will serve for a term of one year.appointed  Action details Video Video
20-0898 121.1Upcoming Meetings ListCC- Upcoming MeetingsUPCOMING MEETINGS LISTreceived and filed  Action details Not available