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CITY COUNCIL
AND
REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
AGENDA
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2011

ART PICK COUNCIL CHAMBER, CITY HALL
3900 MAIN STREET, RIVERSIDE, CA 92522
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE 951-826-5557

MISSION STATEMENT

The City of Riverside is committed to providing high quality municipal services to ensure a safe, inclusive, and livable community

PLEASE NOTE--The numerical order of items on this agenda is for convenience of reference. Items may be taken out of order upon request of the Mayor or Members of the City Council/Redevelopment Agency/Housing Authority.

Pursuant to the City Council Meeting Rules adopted by Resolution No. 22131, the Members of the City Council and the public are reminded that they must preserve order and decorum throughout the Meeting. In that regard, Members of the City Council and the public are advised that any delay or disruption in the proceedings or a refusal to obey the orders of the City Council or the presiding officer constitutes a violation of these rules.

3 P.M.

MAYOR CALLS MEETING TO ORDER

PUBLIC HEARINGS/PLANNING REFERRALS AND APPEALS --Audience participation is encouraged.

1. Mobile home parks rent stabilization annual review (All Wards)

WORKSHOP

2. Riverside Police Department and Riverside County Probation report on public safety realignment regarding mandatory inmate reduction pursuant to Assembly Bill 109 and its impact to the community (All Wards)

3. Public Comment Period - This is the portion of the meeting specifically set aside to invite your comments regarding any matters within the jurisdiction of the City Council/Redevelopment Agency - Individual audience participation is limited to 3 minutes and you will be asked to state your name and city of residence. Please complete and submit a speaker card to the City Clerk.

CLOSED SESSIONS - Time listed is approximate. The City Council/Redevelopment Agency may adjourn to the below listed Closed Sessions at their convenience during this City Council/Redevelopment Agency meeting.

4. Redevelopment Agency - Pursuant to Government Code §54956.8 to instruct Agency’s Negotiator, Scott C. Barber, regarding price and terms of payment for the purchase, sale, exchange or lease of 3737 Main Street, Suite 104, APN: 213-262-006, by Mansour Meschi, Negotiator

5. City Council - Pursuant to Government Code §54956.8 to instruct City’s Negotiator, Scott C. Barber, regarding price and terms of payment for the purchase, sale, exchange or lease of 3615 Main Street, APN: 213-222-007, by Dan Bear; John Paullin/Dan Bear, Negotiators

6. City Council - Pursuant to Government Code §54956.9(c) to confer with and/or receive advice from legal counsel concerning one case of anticipated litigation

6a. City Council - Pursuant to Government Code §54956.9(a) to confer with and/or receive advice from legal counsel concerning City of Riverside v. Mark Johnson and Doreen Johnson, etc., et al., Riverside Superior Court Case No. RIC 513720

7. City Council - Pursuant to Government Code §54957.6 to review the City Council's position and instruct designated representatives regarding salaries, salary schedules, or compensation paid in the form of fringe benefits of all Executive Management employees, all Management and Confidential employees as defined by PERS, Fire Management Unit, Riverside City Firefighters Association, Riverside Police Officers Association (Police and Police Supervisory Units), Service Employees International Union #721, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers #47, and Riverside Police Administrators Association

6:15 P.M.

8. Planning Commission report from Chair Patricia A. Lock-Dawson (All Wards)

6:30 P.M.

INVOCATION

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG

9. Mayor Loveridge to call upon International Relations Officer Lalit Acharya to introduce Sendai Japan guests

10. Mayor Loveridge to call upon American Diabetes Association Manager Kim Sorin to announce the Walk to Stop Diabetes

11. Mayor Loveridge to call upon Turn N Burn Diving Representative Marcy Musselman to give an AAU National Diving Competition update

12. Mayor Loveridge to present a Proclamation to Sherman Indian High School Museum Curator Lorene Sisquoc and University of California Riverside Native American Student Programs Director Joshua Gonzales honoring Native American Month

13. Neighborhood success report by Riverside Neighborhood Partnership (All Wards)

DISCUSSION CALENDAR--This portion of the City Council/Redevelopment Agency Agenda is for all matters where staff and public participation is anticipated. Audience participation is encouraged.

PLEASE NOTE--Individual audience participation is limited to 3 minutes.

14. Seizing Our Destiny - Utility Services/Land Use/Energy Development Committee recommends issuance of Request for Proposals for development of photovoltaic renewable energy Tequesquite Solar Project (All Wards)

15. Seizing Our Destiny - Name “The Center for Arts and Philanthropy” co-location space for arts and cultural organizations - 3615 Main Street (Ward 1)

16. Seizing Our Destiny - Mayor Loveridge and Councilmember Gardner recommend support of Riverside Community College District Renaissance Block and Memorandum of Understanding for Center for Social Justice and Civil Liberties for $25,000 annually for ten years from Development Department Budget - Signalization of Fairmount Boulevard and University Avenue intersection for $200,000 from Public Works Department Budget (Ward 1)

17. Public Comment Period - This is the portion of the meeting specifically set aside to invite your comments regarding any matters within the jurisdiction of the City Council/Redevelopment Agency - Individual audience participation is limited to 3 minutes and you will be asked to state your name and city of residence. Please complete and submit a speaker card to the City Clerk.

MAYOR/COUNCILMEMBER COMMUNICATIONS

18. Reports on conferences, seminars, and regional meetings attended by Mayor and City Council

19. City Attorney report on Closed Session discussions

CONSENT CALENDAR--All matters listed under the CONSENT CALENDAR are considered routine by the City Council/Redevelopment Agency and may be enacted by one motion in the form listed below. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless, before the City Council/Redevelopment Agency votes on the motion to adopt, Members of the City Council/Redevelopment Agency or staff request specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action.

Removed consent items will be discussed immediately after adoption of the balance of the Consent Calendar.

City Clerk

20. Joint item with Redevelopment Agency - Minutes of September 20, 2011

City Council

21. Utility Services/Land Use/Energy Development Committee recommends electric and water rules and tariff changes with no rate increases - A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Riverside, California (1) adopting Revised Electric General Service Rate (Schedule A), Domestic Service Rate (Schedule D), Electric Time of Use Rate-Large General and Industrial Service (Schedule TOU), Electric Net Energy Metering Rate for Solar or Wind Turbine Electric Generating Facilities (Schedule NEM), Water Residential Metered Service (Schedule WA-1), Water General Metered Service (Schedule WA 6), Fire Protection Services and Fire Hydrants (Schedule WA-5), and Electric and Water Rules 1, 6, 7 and 12; (2) making Findings of Fact; and (3) directing staff to file Notice of Exemption under California Environmental Quality Act - Waive further reading (All Wards)

22. Utility Services/Land Use/Energy Development Committee recommends Agreement with Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority and participating agencies formalizing Santa Ana Sucker Fish Conservation Team (All Wards)

23. Seizing Our Destiny - Councilmember Gardner recommends plan for improvements on Market Street between Mission Inn Avenue and Third Street for enhanced walkability, bicycling, and additional on street parking (Ward 1)

24. Finance Committee recommends transfer of $50,000 designated for Ward 4 Council Assistant position from City Council Budget to City Manager Department Budget for sponsorship of community activities and events (All Wards)

25. Announcement of committee meeting

a. Utility Services/Land Use/Energy Development Committee at 3 p.m. on Thursday, September 29, 2011, Art Pick Council Chamber

City Manager

26. A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Riverside, California, declaring its intention to levy an annual assessment in the Arlington Parking and Business Improvement Area for the Fiscal Year 2011/2012 pursuant to Section 36534 of the California Streets and Highways Code, and generally describing the improvements and activities to be undertaken and fixing the time and place for a public hearing before the City Council of the City of Riverside on the levy of the proposed assessment - Waive further reading - Schedule public hearing for October 11, 2011, at 3 p.m. (Wards 5 and 6)

27. Monthly investment summary and financial reports - August 31, 2011

Development

28. Seizing Our Destiny - Appropriate $30,000 from General Fund for Riverside Community College District TriTech Small Business Development Center (All Wards)

29. Agreements with Riverside Housing Development Corporation for $500,000 each from 2010 CalHome Program and Citywide Housing Rehabilitation Accounts for Citywide housing rehabilitation loans (All Wards)

30. Seizing Our Destiny - Amendment to 2011-12 Housing and Urban Development Annual Action Plan and Agreement with YMCA for Community Development Block Grant funding of $5,000 from Unprogrammed Funds for Mixed Martial Arts Program - 4020 Jefferson Street - Funds transfer (Ward 3)

31. Initial Recognized Obligation Payment Schedule preliminary draft for Agency obligations due from January 1 through June 30, 2012 (All Wards)

Fire

32. A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Riverside, California, authorizing the submission of application and acceptance of grant award of $3,071,386 from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security through the California Emergency Management Agency for the Fiscal Year 2011 Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI) Grant Program and authorizing the execution of all required documents by the City Manager or Assistant City Manager; and amending the budget for Fiscal Year 2011-2012 accordingly for half-time Emergency Operations Manager, Administrative Analyst, Training Coordinator, Account Clerk II, and programming - Waive further reading - Supplemental appropriation (All Wards)

Parks, Recreation, and Community Services

33. A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Riverside, California, approving the application for grant funds of $158,280 from the Habitat Conservation Fund Program for Sycamore Canyon Nature Center educational outreach and programming - Waive further reading - Supplemental appropriation (Ward 2)

34. Appropriate $6,219.54 vending machine revenue to Park Advisory Teams for community centers and programs (All Wards)

35. Land donations from Georg and Patricia C. Decker and John D. and Julie A. Oppen for portions of 4649 and 4705 Ninth Street, respectively, for Mt. Rubidoux Ninth Street Trail (Ward 1)

Police

36. Purchase twenty unmarked police vehicles and radios for approximately $500,000 from State Asset Forfeiture Account - Funds transfer - Supplemental appropriation (All Wards)

37. Riverside Auto Theft Interdiction Detail Task Force grant of $127,515.32 for one Police Field Operations Detective position through June 30, 2012 - Supplemental appropriation (All Wards)

Public Works

38. Adopt an Ordinance of the City of Riverside, California amending Section 10.76.010 of the Riverside Municipal Code designating the prima facie speed limits for streets and portions thereof in accordance with the provisions of Sections 10.20.020 and 10.20.030 on Washington Street from Indiana to Lincoln Avenues - Waive further reading (Intro. on 9-20-11, Ward 4)

39. Award Bid 6968 to Sancon Engineering, Inc., Huntington Beach, for $152,748.25 from Public Works Department Budget for rehabilitation of three sewer mains and one storm drain with cured in place pipe liners - Eastside, La Sierra South, Sycamore Canyon/Canyon Springs, and Downtown neighborhoods (Wards 1, 2, and 6)

40. Award Bid 6991 to TSR Construction and Inspections, Rancho Cucamonga, for $104,455 from SB821 Grant funds for sidewalk improvements - Supplemental appropriation - Nly. side of Randolph Street and Lake Street between Rutland Avenue and Via Notre Drive (Ward 7)

41. Agreement with Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Company for reimbursement of $172,463 from Public Works Department Budget for Quiet Zone concrete crossing surface improvements and establishment of construction and maintenance responsibilities - Adams Street rail crossing (Wards 4 and 5)

MAYOR/COUNCILMEMBER COMMUNICATIONS

42. Legislative reports

a. League of California Cities - City Advocate Weekly dated September 16, 2011

b. State Budget update

c. Redevelopment update

43. Items for future City Council consideration as requested by Mayor or Members of the City Council - City Manager Reports

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