RECOMMENDATION: It is recommended that the Council, by
resolution, place a measure on the November 8, 2022 ballot to amend
the City Charter to increase Council compensation, tying Mayor and
Council compensation to a percentage of the County’s Area Median
Income, setting the Mayor’s salary at 100% of Area Median Income for a
three person household (currently $101,500 annually) and the Council
members’ salary at two-thirds of that Area Median Income (currently
approximately $67,660 annually), all with an effective date of January 1,
13. PUBLIC COMMENT ON NON-AGENDA MATTERS
This is the time when any person may address the Council on matters not
listed on this agenda, but which are within the subject matter jurisdiction of
the Council. This public comment period will begin no earlier than 5:00 p.m.
and will be limited to twelve speakers selected randomly by the Mayor. Each
speaker will be allowed three minutes. Speakers who do not have an
opportunity to speak during this time will be allowed to make public comment
under Agenda Item 17.
Voice message public comments received for non-agenda items may be
played under Agenda Item 13 or at Item 17. Recorded public comments are
limited to 3 minutes to mirror in-person meeting protocols.
14. REPORT ITEMS
REPORT - MAHONIA GLEN - REQUEST FOR SUMMARY VACATION
OF ONE STORM DRAIN EASEMENT
BACKGROUND: Mahonia Glen is an approved project that involves the
redevelopment of the former Prickett’s Nursery site at 5173 Hwy 12.
This affordable housing project was approved in June 2020 pursuant to
Senate Bill 35, which mandates a streamlined, ministerial review
process for projects which would typically require discretionary design
review. The multi-structure housing complex will include 99 residential
units, 98 of which will be deed-restricted as affordable housing and one
of which will be reserved for an onsite manager. The campus will also
have a community building, outdoor common areas, trash and storage