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Council Meeting Agenda March 15th, 2016

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CITY OF DESERT HOT SPRINGS

 

REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL

AND THE CITY COUNCIL SERVING AS THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE

REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY BOARD

 

AGENDA

 

MARCH 15, 2016

 

3:00 P.M. – STUDY SESSION

4:30 P.M. – CLOSED SESSION

6:00 P.M. – REGULAR SESSION

 

CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS

Carl May Community Center

11711 West Drive, Desert Hot Springs, California

 

 

CALL TO ORDER
ROLL CALL
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
STUDY SESSION – 3:00 P.M.

 

1. Cabot’s Pueblo Museum
  Mayor, Scott Matas  
2. City Council Goal Setting 2016
  City Manager, Martín Magaña  

 

CLOSED SESSION – 4:30 P.M.
3. PUBLIC EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE EVALUATION:

Pursuant to Government Code Section 54954.5(e)

City Manager

RECESS

 

REGULAR SESSION – 6:00 P.M.
CALL TO ORDER
ROLL CALL
INVOCATION

 

Todd Diliberto, Calvary Chapel Desert Hot Springs

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
CITY ATTORNEY REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION
APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA
At this time the City Council may amend the order of the agenda, approve the Consent Calendar, remove items from the Consent Calendar for separate discussion and action, and add Urgency Items.

 

Urgency Items (“Added Starters”): The Brown Act, which governs public meetings, permits the City Council to take action on any item that does not appear on the agenda only if 2/3 of the City Council (if all are present) or all members of the City Council (if fewer than all members are present) determine there is a need to take immediate action on the item, and the need to take immediate action came to the City Council’s attention after the agenda was posted.

PUBLIC COMMENTS
At this time, pursuant to the Brown Act, any person may comment on matters of general interest within the subject matter jurisdiction of the City Council, NOT listed on the agenda. Under the Brown Act, the City Council should not take action on or discuss matters raised during Public Comment portion of the agenda that are not listed on the agenda.

 

Comments are limited to the first ten (10) speakers at three (3) minutes per speaker. Speakers may not yield their time to others without consent of the Mayor. All comments are to be directed to the City Council and shall be devoid of any personal attacks. Members of the public are expected to maintain a professional, courteous decorum during public comments.

 

Please complete and submit a “speaker card” to the City Clerk. You will be asked to STATE YOUR NAME AND CITY OF RESIDENCE FOR THE RECORD.

CITY MANAGER REPORT
MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEMBER REPORTS

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS
1. Annual Review of Development Agreement (DA 01-04) Skyborne Ventures, LLC.
  Community Development Director, Nathan Bouvet                    Packet Page 7
Recommendation: 1)  Staff Report;

2)  Entertain questions of Staff from the City Council;

3)  Open the Public Hearing;

4)  Take Testimony from Applicant;

5)  Take Public Testimony;

6)  Close the Public Hearing;

7)  Opportunity for Rebuttal;

8)  City Council discussion and questions to Staff; and

9)  Consider the Skyborne Development Agreement Review       to determine whether the developer is in substantial       compliance with the terms of the Development Agreement       and whether or not a force majeure event has occurred       that prevents the developer from meeting its obligations       under said Development Agreement.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE CALENDAR
2. Appointment of a Delegate and Alternate for the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) General Assembly
  City Clerk, Jerryl Soriano, CMC Packet Page 193
Recommendation: Appoint a voting delegate and alternate for the annual SCAG General Assembly meeting to be held on May 5-6, 2016 in La Quinta, California.
3. Appointment to the Health and Wellness Foundation Board of Directors – Scott Matas Mayor
  Administrative Services Director, Joseph M. Tanner, Jr. Packet Page 195
Recommendation: Appoint Mayor Scott Matas to the Desert Hot Springs Health and Wellness Foundation Board of Directors, replacing former Board of Director Adam Sanchez.
4. City Council Goal Setting 2016
  City Manager, Martín Magaña Packet Page 205
Recommendation: Finalize the goals and allow the City Manager to prepare business plans for each to bring back to the City Council for adoption.
CONSENT CALENDAR
Matters on the “Consent Calendar” are considered routine and may be acted upon by one motion under “Approval of the Agenda.” Individual items may also be removed by the City Council for separate discussion under “Approval of the Agenda.” The title is deemed to be read and further reading waived on any ordinance listed on the Consent Calendar for second reading and adoption.
5. City Council / Successor Agency Regular Meeting Minutes: February 16, 2016

City Council / Successor Agency Regular Meeting Minutes: March 1, 2016

  City Clerk, Jerryl Soriano, CMC Packet Page 245
Recommendation: Approve Minutes as submitted; or as corrected.
6. Contracts Management Report as of December 31, 2015
  Administrative Services Director, Joseph M. Tanner, Jr. Packet Page 261
Recommendation: Receive and file.
7. Contracts Management Report as of January 31, 2016
  Administrative Services Director, Joseph M. Tanner, Jr. Packet Page 265
Recommendation: Receive and file.
8. Payment Register and City Council Expenditures Report for the Month of December 2015
  Administrative Services Director, Joseph M. Tanner, Jr. Packet Page 269
Recommendation: Receive and file.
9. Payment Register and City Council Expenditures Report for the Month of January 2016
  Administrative Services Director, Joseph M. Tanner, Jr. Packet Page 279
Recommendation: Receive and file.
LEGISLATIVE UPDATES
10. Resolution Urging Reallocation of Judicial Resources for All Californians
  Mayor, Scott Matas Packet Page 289
Recommendation: Consider adoption of a Resolution of the City Council urging the Governor, Legislature and Judicial Council to work together to reallocate judicial resources to ensure equal access to justice for all Californians.
11. Letter of Opposition for Senate Bill 876 (Liu) – Enforcement of Local Ordinances (Homelessness)
  Mayor, Scott Matas Packet Page 293
Recommendation: Authorize the Mayor to sign a letter in opposition to SB 876 (Liu) – Local Enforcement of Ordinances.
12. Letter of Opposition for Assembly Bill 1707 (Linder) – Expansion of the California Public Records Act
  Mayor, Scott Matas Packet Page 307
Recommendation: Authorize the Mayor to sign a letter in opposition to AB 1707 (Linder) – Expansion of the California Public Records Act.
PUBLIC COMMENTS
Opportunity is given to those members of the public who have NOT addressed the City Council on an item which is NOT on the agenda. Comments are limited to three (3) minutes per speaker. PLEASE STATE YOUR NAME AND CITY OF RESIDENCE FOR THE RECORD.
ADJOURN

 

 

UPCOMING DATES

*Please refer to the City website calendar at www.cityofdhs.org for meeting locations and the most up to date information.

March 17 Architecture and Landscaping Review Committee CANCELLED
March 23 Economic Development Committee 6:00 p.m.
April 5 City Council Regular Meeting 6:00 p.m.
April 7 Architecture and Landscaping Review Committee 2:00 p.m.
April 12 Planning Commission 6:00 p.m.
April 13 RDA Oversight Board Meeting 8.00 a.m.
April 13 CCAC 6:00 p.m.
April 14 Public Safety Commission 6:00 p.m.
April 19 City Council Regular Meeting 6:00 p.m.
April 21 Architecture and Landscaping Review Committee 2:00 p.m.
April 27 Economic Development Committee 6:00 p.m.

 

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