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CITY OF ATASCADERO
CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
 
Tuesday, March 11, 2008, 7:00 P.M.
 
 
City Hall 
Council Chambers
6907 El Camino Real, Atascadero, California
 
 
 
REGULAR SESSION: 7:00 P.M.
 
 
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:   Mayor Pro Tem Beraud
 
 
ROLL CALL: Mayor Brennler
Mayor Pro Tem Beraud
Council Member Clay   
Council Member Luna
Council Member O’Malley
 
 
APPROVAL OF AGENDA:  Roll Call
 
 
A.
CONSENT CALENDAR:  (All items on the consent calendar are considered to be routine and non-controversial by City staff and will be approved by one motion if no member of the Council or public wishes to comment or ask questions.  If comment or discussion is desired by anyone, the item will be removed from the consent calendar and will be considered in the listed sequence with an opportunity for any member of the public to address the Council concerning the item before action is taken.)
 
Motion and Vote
 
1. Temporary Road Closure – Calvary Chapel of Atascadero

 Fiscal Impact:  $190.00 for the installation of Road Closed signs by Public Works Staff. The road closure costs will be paid by the applicant.
 
 Recommendation:  Council approve a request by Calvary Chapel of
Atascadero for the closure of Palma Avenue from East Mall to West Mall for events in the Sunken Gardens on March 23, 2008.  [Public Works]
 
2. Temporary Road Closure – Sunken Gardens Yard Sale
 
 Fiscal Impact:  $190.00 per event for the installation of Road Closed signs by Public Works Staff.
 
 Recommendation:  Council approve a request by the Community Services Department for a road closure on Palma Avenue from East to West Mall for the annual Sunken Gardens Yard Sale to be held April 19th, 2008. 
[Public Works]
 
3. Santa Cruz Road Slope Repair (City Bid No. 2007-0006)
 
 Fiscal Impact:  None.
 
 Recommendations:  Council:
1. Accept the work of Raminha Construction, Inc., as complete; and,
2. Authorize the Public Works Director to sign and file the Notice of
Completion; and,
3. Authorize the Administrative Services Director to release the
Retention to the Contractor. [Public Works]
 
4. Route 101/41 Sewer/Water Line Relocation Change Order – Bid No.
2007-005
 
 Fiscal Impact:  No net fiscal impact.
 
 Recommendation:  Council authorize the City Manager to approve change orders in excess of 20% totaling $6,153.64 for additional construction work on the SR 101/41 Sewer/Water Line Relocation Project. [Public Works]
 
5. Final Map 2007-0155 (Parcel Map AT 05-0316) 7255 Navajoa (TPM 2005- 0081) Ferris/Seaberg
 
 Description:  Final map creates two airspace units on one common lot.
 
 Fiscal Impact:  None.
 
 Recommendations:  Council:
1. Accept and approve Final Parcel Map 2007-0155 (Parcel Map AT 05-
0316); and,
2. Reject, without prejudice to future acceptance, the offer of dedication
for Public Pedestrian Access Easement on behalf of the public; and,
3. Authorize and direct the City Clerk to endorse the City Council’s
approval on the map.  [Public Works]
 
 
6.
Code Enforcement Complaint Ordinance
Motion and Vote
X
 Fiscal Impact:  None.
X
 Recommendation: Council adopt on second reading by title only the Draft Ordinance, amending the Atascadero Municipal Code by adopting section 2-15.06, requiring City Council members and Planning Commissioners to divulge certain conflicts of interest relating to code enforcement and planning and zoning code matters.  [City Attorney]
 
7.
Second Reading of Draft Ordinances for: PLN 2007-1243 / PLN 2007- 1197 / PLN 2007-1251 General Plan Amendment & Planned Development 7 – Atascadero Avenue Triangle / 6905 Navajoa Avenue (City of Atascdero / MLW Holdings, LLC / Atascadero Homeowners, LLC)
Motion and Vote

X
 Description:  General Plan Amendment to remove the park requirement from Master Plan of Development #12; a 9-unit Planned Development; and a 2-unit Planned Development with a private landscape feature. 
X
Fiscal Impact:  Based on findings from the Taussig Study, revenue from new residential development including property tax revenues, vehicle licensing fees, sales taxes, and other revenues are insufficient to cover the maintenance and emergency services costs of new development. Based on the revenue projections from the Taussig Study, the City has developed standard conditions of approval for new development projects that require the cost of maintenance and emergency services to be funded by the project through a combination of road assessment districts, landscape and lighting districts and community facilities districts (Conditions 8 and 9.)   Since there are no common facilities proposed with
these Planned Developments, and the private landscape feature will be maintained by the sole property owner, a Homeowners Association is not required.
X
 Recommendations:  Council: 
1. Adopt on second reading, by title only, Draft Ordinance A approving Zoning Map Amendment 2007-0140, changing the Atascadero Municipal Code Zoning Designation on Lot 1 of APN 030-283-005 from Recreation (L) to Residential Multi-family, with 16 units per acre RMF-16); and,
2. Adopt on second reading, by title only, Draft Ordinance B approving Zone Change 2007-0145 to allow a 9-unit PD-7 and Zone Change 2007-0146 to allow a 2-unit PD-7 based on findings. [Community Development]
 
 
B. MANAGEMENT REPORTS:
 
1.
Staff Authorization to Process General Plan Amendment
Applications for: Wal-Mart Supercenter PLN 2007-1245 / GPA 2007-
0020 (Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. / EDA) and The Annex Shopping Center 
PLN 2007-1246 / GPA 2007-0021 (Rottman Group / EDA)
Public Comment
Council discussion
Motion and Vote
X
 Disclosure of Ex Parte Communications
X
 Fiscal Impact:  Typically, commercial projects have a positive fiscal
impact on City revenues.  However, at this time, staff is unable to
speculate on the significance of this impact.  Part of the project’s EIR
  review will include a fiscal impact analysis.  The purpose of the
analysis will be to analyze all of the project’s costs and revenues and
provide the Council with a complete picture of the project’s fiscal
impacts on both the City of Atascadero and the local business
community.  
X
 Recommendations:
1. The City Council may direct staff to process one or both of the
project applications by adopting Draft Resolutions A and/or B.  This
action would include directing staff to return to the City Council for a
Specific Plan project boundary approval; 
 
   OR
 
2. The City Council may withhold authorization for staff to process one
or both of the project applications by adopting Draft Resolution C
and/or D.  Withholding authorization for staff to process the
applications does not deny the applications; 
 
   OR
 
3. The City Council may refer one or both of the applications back to
staff for additional analysis or clarification of specific issues.  The
Council should provide clear direction on issues that require
additional analysis.  [Community Development]
 
 
COMMUNITY FORUM:  (This portion of the meeting is reserved for persons wanting to address the Council on any matter not on this agenda and over which the Council has jurisdiction.  Speakers are limited to five minutes.  Please state your name for the record
before making your presentation.  The Council may take action to direct the staff to place a matter of business on a future agenda.  A maximum of 30 minutes will be allowed for Community Forum, unless changed by the Council.)
 
 
COUNCIL ANNOUNCEMENTS AND REPORTS:  (On their own initiative, Council Members may make a brief announcement or a brief report on their own activities.  Council Members may ask a question for clarification, make a referral to staff or take
action to have staff place a matter of business on a future agenda. The Council may take action on items listed on the Agenda.)
 
 
C. COMMITTEE REPORTS:  (The following represent standing committees.  Informative status reports will be given, as felt necessary):
 
Mayor Brennler
1. County Mayor’s Round Table
2. Air Pollution Control District (APCD)
3. Finance Committee
 
Mayor Pro Tem Beraud
1. Integrated Waste Management Authority (IWMA)
2. City / Schools Committee
 
Council Member Clay
1. City / Schools Committee
2. Atascadero Youth Task Force
 
Council Member Luna
1. Finance Committee
2. S.L.O. County Flood Control & Water Conservation District Water Resources
Advisory Committee
3. Nacimiento Water Purveyors’ Contract Technical Advisory Group
4. North County Water Purveyors Group
 
Council Member O’Malley
1. S.L.O. Council of Governments (SLOCOG) 
2. S.L.O. Regional Transit Authority (SLORTA)
3. Economic Vitality Corporation, Board of Directors (EVC)
4. League of California Cities – Council Liaison and CITIPAC Board Member 
 
 
D. INDIVIDUAL DETERMINATION AND/OR ACTION: 
 
1. City Council
2. City Clerk 
3. City Treasurer
4. City Attorney
5. City Manager
 
 
E. ADJOURNMENT:  


Staff Reports

Staff Reports / Attachments
A-1 Road Closure Calvary Chapel.pdf   107.68 kb.Download
  A-1 Road Closure Calvary Chapel.pdf
A-2 Road Closure - Sunken Garden.pdf   128.82 kb.Download
  A-2 Road Closure - Sunken Garden.pdf
A-3 Accept Santa Cruz Slope Repair.pdf   48.3 kb.Download
  A-3 Accept Santa Cruz Slope Repair.pdf
A-4 101-41 CCAI Change Order.pdf   80.38 kb.Download
  A-4 101-41 CCAI Change Order.pdf
A-5 FMP 2007-0155 Ferris Seaberg.pdf   308.69 kb.Download
  A-5 FMP 2007-0155 Ferris Seaberg.pdf
A-6 Code Enf. Disclosure Ord-2nd Rdg.pdf   48.69 kb.Download
  A-6 Code Enf. Disclosure Ord-2nd Rdg.pdf
A-6A Code Enf. Disclosure Ordinance.pdf   53.07 kb.Download
  A-6A Code Enf. Disclosure Ordinance.pdf
A-7 2nd rdng-Atas Triangle.pdf   483.24 kb.Download
  A-7 2nd rdng-Atas Triangle.pdf
B-1 GPA Walmart-Annex.pdf   3.33 mb.Download
  B-1 GPA Walmart-Annex.pdf

 

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