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CITY COUNCIL,

HOUSING AUTHORITY,

AND

SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO

REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

AGENDA

 

TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 2012

 

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

 

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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/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to Redevelopment Agency.

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.

SPEAKER CARDS--If you wish to address the City Council please complete and submit a speaker card to the City Clerk before the scheduled meeting time. Speaker cards can be found at the east entrance to the City Council Chamber and City Hall lobby. Speaker cards will be accepted until the agenda item is called.  In accordance with the Public Records Act, any information you provide on this form is available to the public.

2 P.M.

MAYOR CALLS MEETING TO ORDER

PRESENTATION

1. President/CEO Cindy Roth to present and discuss Greater Riverside Chambers of Commerce and its relationship to the City of Riverside

3 P.M.

PUBLIC HEARING --Audience participation is encouraged.

2. Resolution of the City Council of the City of Riverside approving a tax-exempt bond financing to be issued by the California Statewide Communities Development Authority in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $40,000,000 for the purpose of financing and/or refinancing the costs of acquisition of a student housing development and construction of certain educational facilities and related matters, for the benefit of California Baptist University, Lancer Educational Housing Corporation and certain affiliates - Waive further reading (Ward 5)

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/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to 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/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to Redevelopment Agency may adjourn to the below listed Closed Sessions at their convenience during this City Council meeting.

4. Joint item with Housing Authority - Pursuant to Government Code §54956.8 to instruct City/Housing Authority’s Negotiator, Scott C. Barber, regarding price and terms of payment for the purchase, sale, exchange or lease of 4620 High Street, APN: 221-191-018, by Veterans Realty Group; Gretchen McCroskey, Negotiator

5. Successor Agency to Redevelopment Agency - 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 3651 Main Street, APN: 213-222-007, by Magnolia’s; Melissa Schouten, Negotiator

6. Successor Agency to 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 3653 Main Street, APN: 213-222-007, by Delights and Invites; David St. Pierre and Peggy Roa, Negotiators

7. City Council - Pursuant to Government Code §54956.9(a) to confer with and/or receive advice from legal counsel concerning Val Graham v. City of Riverside, RCSC Case No.: RIC 1112056

8. 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

9. City Council - Pursuant to Government Code §54957 for performance evaluation of City Manager, City Attorney, and City Clerk

6:15 P.M.

10. Community Police Review Commission report from Chair Dale Roberts (All Wards)

6:30 P.M.

INVOCATION

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG

11. Mayor Loveridge to call upon Police Chief Diaz to introduce the Public Safety Officer of the Month Officer David Lim

12. Mayor Loveridge to call upon Police Chief Diaz to recognize Riverside resident Steve Ramirez for his assistance to the police

13. Mayor Loveridge to call upon American Heart Association Riverside Heart Walk Chair Bob Kain to recognize the City’s Wellness Program with the American Heart Association Fit-Friendly Award - Gold level

14. Mayor Loveridge to call upon Kathy Allavie to announce the Riverside Art Museum Associates Orange fundraising project

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

DISCUSSION CALENDAR--This portion of the City Council 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.

16. Seizing Our Destiny - Graffiti Program Enhancement Plan status update - Award cash prizes totaling $2,625 from Public Works Department Budget for 2012 Anti-Graffiti Public Service Announcement video and Poster Contest winners (All Wards)

17. Transportation Committee recommends issuance of 20-year-bond for approximately $32 million funded by City’s Gas Tax and Measure A revenue for pavement rehabilitation of arterial and local streets (All Wards)

18. 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/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to 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

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

20. City Attorney report on Closed Session discussions

CONSENT CALENDAR--All matters listed under the CONSENT CALENDAR are considered routine by the City Council/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to 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/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to Redevelopment Agency votes on the motion to adopt, Members of the City Council/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to 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

21. Minutes of April 17, 2012

City Manager

22. Monthly investment summary and financial reports - February 29, 2012

Development

23. Housing Authority - Second Amendment to Agreement with National Community Renaissance of California for management of 72 apartment units through June 30, 2012 - 1705, 1725, 1733, and 1833 1837 Seventh Street and 1740 Loma Vista Street (Ward 2)

Police

24. Purchase four Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor vehicles from Wondries Chevrolet/Ford for $99,035.70 from Police Asset Forfeiture Account (All Wards)

25. Purchase nineteen portable encrypted radios from Hi Desert Communications for $105,396.12 from Police Asset Forfeiture Account and State COPS grant (All Wards)

Public Works

26. Award Bid 7044 to Asplundh Construction Corporation, Cypress, for $165,490 funded by South Coast Air Quality Management District and City of Moreno Valley to establish traffic signal communications for optimal traffic progression - Alessandro Boulevard between Old Highway 395 and Frederick Street (Ward 2)

27. A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Riverside, California, amending Resolution No. 21878 known as the Master Parking Schedule Resolution to establish a Two-Hour Parking Zone at all times on the south side of Beatty Drive from 20 feet east of Magnolia Avenue to 45 feet easterly thereof - Waive further reading (Ward 3)

28. A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Riverside, California, amending Resolution No. 22103 and the Bail Schedule pursuant to Section 10.08.040 of the Riverside Municipal Code for violations of municipal parking regulations for recreational vehicle parking in City parks - Waive further reading (All Wards)

29. Adopt an Ordinance of the City of Riverside, California, amending Chapter 13.20 of the Riverside Municipal Code updating definitions of permits and Pedestrian Mall Manager - Waive further reading (Intro. 4-17-12, All Wards)

MAYOR/COUNCILMEMBER COMMUNICATIONS

30. Legislative reports

a. League of California Cities - CA Cities Advocate dated April 13, 2012

b. State Budget update

c. Redevelopment update

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

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