City Council Meeting Actions 3/4/2014

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Date of Record: 2014-03-06

City Council Actions March 4, 2014

 

5.         CONSENT CALENDAR: 

 

a.         Approval of Reading by Title and Waiver of Reading In Full of Ordinances on this Agenda.  Approved.

 

*b.         Review and Approve that the Warrants, as Certified by the City/Agency Treasurer, are all Correct, Just, and Conform to the Approved Budgets for FY 2013-2014.  Approved.

 

c.         Second Reading for Adoption of “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Amending Section 48.04.120 of Chapter 48.04 of Title 48 of the Coronado Municipal Code Regarding Waste, Refuse and Fires on Public Beaches.”  The City Council adopted “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Amending Section 48.04.120 of Chapter 48.04 of Title 48 of the Coronado Municipal Code Regarding Waste, Refuse and Fires on Public Beaches,” and directed the City Clerk to read the title of the ordinance and to publish the ordinance in accordance with the law.

 

d.         Second Reading for Adoption of “An Ordinance Amending the Municipal Code to Address Required Implementation Programs for the City's Certified 2013-2021 Housing Element to Include (1) Emergency Shelters in the Commercial Zone; (2) Transitional and Supportive Housing in all Residential Zones; (3) Large Residential Care Facilities and Single-Room Occupancy Units with a Major Special Use Permit in the R-4 (Multiple Family) Residential Zone; and (4) Definitions for Large Residential Care Facilities, Single-Room Occupancy Units, Supportive Housing, and Modifications to Transitional Housing Definition.  The Following Chapters will be Amended to Achieve the Changes Summarized Above: 86.04, 86.08, 86.09, 86.10, 86.14, 86.18, and 86.55, of Title 86; and Amending Chapters IV and V of the Orange Avenue Corridor Specific Plan.”  The City Council adopted “An Ordinance amending the Municipal Code to address required implementation programs for the City's certified 2013-2021 Housing Element to include (1) Emergency shelters in the Commercial Zone; (2) Transitional and Supportive Housing in all Residential Zones; (3) Large Residential Care Facilities and Single-Room Occupancy Units with a Major Special Use Permit in the R-4 (Multiple Family) Residential Zone; and (4) Definitions for Large Residential Care Facilities, Single-Room Occupancy Units, Supportive Housing, and Modifications to Transitional Housing Definition.  The following chapters will be Amended to Achieve the Changes summarized above: 86.04, 86.08, 86.09, 86.10, 86.14, 86.18, and 86.55, of Title 86; and amending Chapters IV and V of the Orange Avenue Corridor Specific Plan” and directed the City Clerk to read the title of the ordinance and publish the ordinance in accordance with the law.

 

e.         Second Reading for Adoption of “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California Amending Section 1.12.010 of Chapter 1.12 of Title 1 of the Municipal Code Regarding the Scope of Appeals to the City Council.”  The City Council adopted “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California Amending Chapter 1.12 of Title 1 of the Municipal Code regarding the Scope of Appeals to the City Council” and directed the City Clerk to read the title of the ordinance and publish the ordinance in accordance with the law. 

 

f.          Acceptance of Grant Funds in the Amount of $4,180 from the H.N. and Frances Berger Foundation and Appropriation of those Funds for Replacement Police Department Gymnasium Equipment.  The City Council authorized the Police Department to accept the grant funds and purchase replacement gymnasium equipment as requested by the grantor.

 

g.         Authorization for the City Manager to Enter into an Agreement with The Planning Center DC&E for As-Needed Environmental Consulting Services.  The City Council authorized the City Manager to enter into an agreement with Placeworks, formerly The Planning Center/DC&E, for as-needed environmental consulting services.

 

h.         Authorization for the Director of Engineering and Project Development to Issue Encroachment Permit No. E1309-018 to Allow Construction of Improvements at 1017 Park Place to Encroach Along the Front of the Property into the City Right-of-Way.  The City Council authorized the Director of Engineering and Project Development to issue Encroachment Permit No. E1309-018 to the owners of the property located at 1017 Park Place.

 

i.          Approve the August 2, 2014, Celebrate Oz! Event in Spreckels Park and Authorize Revisions to Used City-owned Street Banners in Support of Celebrate Oz!The City Council approved the Celebrate Oz! community event in Spreckels Park on August 2, 2014, from 10 a.m.–5 p.m., and authorized alterations to used City-owned USS Coronado street pole banners to be re-purposed and repainted by local artists (youth and adults) and directed Public Services to hang them so they are on display from July 18-August 11.

 

j.          Adoption of a Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado to Establish Prequalification Procedures for the Golf Course Irrigation Controller Project.   The City Council (1) adopted “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado to Establish Prequalification Procedures for the Golf Course Irrigation Controller Project; Approved the Form of a Prequalification Questionnaire; Adopted a Uniform System of Rating Bidders; Created an Appeal Procedure; and Approved such other Documents as necessary to Comply with State Law”; and approved (2) Soliciting contractor qualifications for the Golf Course Irrigation Controller Project.

 

 8.        PUBLIC HEARINGS:

 

a.           Public Hearing:  Appeal of the Decision of the Historic Resource Commission that the Residence Located at 706 Glorietta Boulevard Meets the Criteria to be Designated as a Historic Resource in Accordance with Chapter 84.20 of the Municipal Code (NOI 2013-27 J.S. Abbott Trust).  The City Council found that the single-family residence addressed as 706 Glorietta Boulevard meets the Historic Resource Commission criteria to be designated a Historic Resource under the following designation criteria:

  • Criterion C -- “It possesses distinctive characteristics of the Spanish Bungalow architectural style, and is valuable for the study of a type, period, or method of construction and has not been substantially altered;” and

 

  • Criterion D -- “It is representative of the notable work of the builder, the Hakes Investment Company, because it is a strong example of the work they did throughout Coronado.”

 

b.          Public Hearing:  Appeal of the Decision of the Historic Resource Commission that the Residence Located at 770 F Avenue Meets the Criteria to be Designated as a Historic Resource in Accordance with Chapter 84.20 of the Municipal Code (NOI 2013-28 Foster Family Trust).  The City Council found that the single-family residence addressed as 770 F Avenue meets the Historic Resource Commission criteria to be designated a Historic Resource under the following designation criteria:

  • Criterion C – “It possesses distinctive characteristics of the Spanish Bungalow architectural style, and is valuable for the study of a type, period, or method of construction and has not been substantially altered;” and

 

  • Criterion D – “It is representative of the notable work of the builder, Walter Vestal.”

 

Note: Items denoted by an asterisk (*) are related to the Successor Agency to the Community Development Agency of the City of Coronado.

 

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