CITY OF FOLSOM

CITY COUNCIL AGENDA

SPECIAL MEETING

FOLSOM CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS

50 NATOMA STREET, FOLSOM, CA

TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2005

5:30 PM

 

1.         Call to Order:

2.         Roll Call:         Council Members:     Howell, King, Morin, Starsky, Miklos         

3.         Adjournment to Closed Session for the Following Purposes:

a.                   Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation - Pursuant to Government Code section 54956.9(a):

City of Folsom v. State of California Department of Corrections

Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 04AS03177

            b.         Conference with Real Property Negotiator - Pursuant to Government Code section 54956.8:

i.    Property:                             Lot Y within the Natoma Station subdivision, in the vicinity of Folsom Boulevard and US Highway 50, APN: 072-0840-027

      Negotiating Parties:             City Manager Martha Clark Lofgren on behalf of the City of Folsom Nick Alexander on behalf of Alleghany Properties

                              Under Negotiation:              Price and Terms of Sale 

ii.    Property:                             Acquisition of Water Rights from Natomas Central Mutual Water Company 

      Negotiating Parties:             Ken Payne, Utilities Director on behalf of the City of Folsom

                                                Scott Slater on behalf of Natomas Central Water Company

      Under Negotiation:              Price and Terms of Acquisition of Water Rights

4.  Reconvene: Announcement of Final Action, If Any

5.   Adjournment:

 

                                                                    


CITY OF FOLSOM

CITY COUNCIL AGENDA

REGULAR MEETING

FOLSOM CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS

50 NATOMA STREET, FOLSOM, CA

TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2005

6:30 PM

 

1.                  Call to Order:

2.                  Pledge of Allegiance/National Anthem:

3.                  Roll Call:         Council Members:     Howell, King, Morin, Starsky, Miklos                     

 

The City Council has adopted a policy that no new item will begin after 10:30 p.m.  Therefore, if you are here for an item that has not been heard by 10:30 p.m., you may leave, as the item will be put over to a future Council Meeting.

 

4.                  Approval of Minutes:

May 10, 2005 (Special/Regular Meetings)

5.                  Business from the Floor:

6.                  Agenda Update:          Assistant City Manager

7.                  Scheduled Presentations:

a.                   Resolution of Commendation Honoring Folsom Cordova Unified School District Superintendent Norm Siefkin Upon His Retirement

b.                   City Manager's Fiscal Year 2004-05 Third Quarter Financial Report and Strategic Plan Update

8.                  Consent Calendar:

a.                   Resolution No. 7572 - A Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Execute an Agreement with C & C Construction, Inc. for the Construction of the Reading Street/Plaza Project

b.                   Resolution No. 7573 - A Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Execute an Agreement with Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency to Reprogram and Expend $200,000 of 2004 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Funds for the Remodeling of the Winter Relief Assistance Program (WRAP) Building

c.                   Resolution No. 7574 - A Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Proceed with the Sale of Surplus Vehicles and Equipment

d.                   Resolution No. 7575 - A Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Execute an Agreement with Westin Engineering for the GIS Wastewater Management Plan and Appropriation of Funds

e.                   Resolution No. 7576 - A Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Execute an Agreement with Syblon Reid Construction for the Stafford Street Lateral Pipeline Replacement Project

f.                    Resolution No. 7577 - A Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Execute the Second Notice to Proceed with Pacific Mechanical Corporation for the Water Treatment Plant Treatment Facilities Upgrade Project and Appropriation of Funds

g.                   Resolution No. 7578 - A Resolution Enacting the 2002, 2003 and 2004 Inflation Adjustment to the Park Construction Capital Impact Fee and the Humbug-Willow Creek Impact Fee

h.                   Resolution No. 7580 - A Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to Execute Amendment No. 1 to the Agreement with URS Corporation for Construction Management Services for Phase Two of the Folsom Public Library Project and Appropriation of Funds

i.                     Resolution No. 7581 - A Resolution Opposing Assembly Bill 1715 and Senate Bill 901

9.                  New Business:

a.                   Folsom Arts and Cultural Commission's Annual Update

b.                   Resolution No.  7582 - A Resolution Accepting the City Manager's Preliminary Budget of the City of Folsom, the Folsom Redevelopment Agency and the Folsom Public Financing Authority for the Fiscal Year 2005-06 and Setting a Special City Council Meeting for June 1, 2005, to Conduct a Budget Workshop

c.                   Presentation of Report on Pavement Management Plan

d.                   Receive Report on Way Finding Program and Provide Direction to Staff

e.                   Ordinance No. 1037 - An Ordinance of the City of Folsom Repealing and Re-Enacting Chapter 3.23, Utility Advisory Committee, of the Folsom Municipal Code Establishing the Utility Commission (First Reading)

10.              Old Business:

a.                   Leidesdorff Townhouses General Plan Amendment, Conditional Use Permit/Design Review, Tentative Subdivision Map, Right-of-Way Abandonment, and Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program (Continued from May 10, 2005)

i.          A Request to Amend the General Plan Land Use Designation for the Property Located at 1108 Sutter Street From Specialty Commercial (CA) to Multifamily Medium Density (MMD)

ii.          A Conditional Use Permit/Design Review for a 45-Unit Townhouse Development

iii.         A Tentative Subdivision Map to Subdivide a 3.9-Acre Property into 45 Residential Lots, a Remainder Parcel for Common Areas, and to Abandon a Portion of the Burnett Street Right-Of-Way and Alleyways Within the Project Site

iv.         Mitigated Negative Declaration and Mitigation Monitoring Program

11.              Public Hearing:

a.                   Oaks at Willow Springs General Plan Amendment, Specific Plan Amendment, Rezone, Vesting Tentative Subdivision Map, and Planned Development Permit at N/E Quadrant of U.S. HWY 50/Prairie City Interchange, Adjacent to Willow Hill Reservoir (Continued from  May 10, 2005)

i.                     Resolution No. 7567 - A Resolution to Amend the General Plan Land Use Designation for a 2.09-Acre  Portion of a 22.28-Acre Parcel (APN 072-010-085) of the Existing Willow Hill Reservoir Property Located South of Iron Point Road and East of Prairie City Road From Open Space/Park (OS/P) to Multi-Family High Density (MHD) for the Oaks at Willow Springs

ii.                   Ordinance No. 1038 - An Uncodified Ordinance to Amend the Zoning Designation for a 2.09-Acre Portion of a 22.28-Acre Parcel (APN 072-0010-085) of the Existing Willow Hill Reservoir Property Located South of Iron Point Road and East of Prairie City Road (APN 072-0010-085) from Open Space Conservation District (OSC) to General Apartment, Planned Development District (R-4 PD) for the Oaks at Willow Springs (Second Reading)

iii.                  Resolution No. 7568 - A Resolution to Amend the General Plan Land Use Designation for a .04-Acre Portion of a 22.28-Acre Parcel (APN 072-0010-085) of the Existing Willow Hill Reservoir Property Located South of Iron Point Road and East of Prairie City Road From Open Space/Park (OS/P) to Multi-Family High Density (MHD) for the Oaks at Willow Springs

iv.                 Ordinance No. 1039 - An Uncodified Ordinance to Amend the Zoning Designation for a .04-Acre Portion of a 22.28-Acre Parcel (APN 072-0010-085) of the Existing Willow Hill Reservoir Property Located South of Iron Point Road and East of Prairie City Road (APN 072-0010-085) From Open Space Conservation District (OSC) to General Apartment, Planned Development District (R-4 PD) for the Oaks at Willow Springs (Second Reading)

v.                   Resolution No. 7569 - A Resolution to Amend the General Plan Land Use Designation for an 11.81-Acre Parcel (APN 072-0010-106) Located South of Iron Point Road and East of Prairie City Road from Regional Commercial (RCC) to Multi-Family High Density (MHD) for the Oaks at Willow Springs

vi.                 Ordinance No. 1040 - An Uncodified Ordinance to Amend the Zoning Designation for an 11.81-Acre Parcel (APN 072-0010-106) Located South of Iron Point Road and East of Prairie City Road From General Commercial, Planned Development District (C-3 PD) to General Apartment, Planned Development District (R-4 PD) for the Oaks at Willow Springs (Second Reading)

vii.                Resolution No. 7570 - A Resolution to Amend the General Plan Land Use Designation for a 1.0-Acre Portion of a Larger 7.2-Acre Parcel Located South of Iron Point Road and East of Prairie City Road From Multi-Family High Density (MHD) to General Commercial (GC) for the Oaks at Willow Springs

viii.              Resolution No. 7571 - A Resolution to Amend the Willow Springs Specific Plan (SP92-1) to Change the Specific Plan Zoning Designation for a 1.0-Acre Portion of a Larger 7.2-Acre Parcel Located South of Iron Point Road and East of Prairie City Road From General Apartment, Planned Development  District (R-4 PD) to Central Business District, Planned Development District (C-2 PD) for the Oaks at Willow Springs

ix.                 Approval of a Vesting Tentative Subdivision Map to Subdivide Five Parcels Totaling 41.24-Acres into 118 Residential Lots, 17 Condominium  Lots, 24 Duet Lots, One Commercial Lot, One Parking Lot, One Reservoir Lot, 10 Open Space/Park Lots, and 29 Private Lots for the Oaks at Willow Springs

x.                   Approval of a Planned Development Permit for the Development of 118 Single-Family Residential Units, 204 Condominium Units, 24 Duet Units, a Neighborhood Commercial Center

b.                   Resolution No. 7579 - A Resolution Accepting the AB 1600 Development Fees Annual Reports for Fiscal Years Ended June 30, 2001, June 30, 2002, June 30, 2003, and June 30, 2004 (Continued to June 28, 2005 meeting)

 

12.              Convene Redevelopment Agency Meeting

a.                   Roll Call: Board Members: Howell, King, Morin, Starsky, Miklos

b.                   Approval of  Minutes:

April 26, 2005 (Redevelopment Agency Meeting)

c.                   Consent Calendar:

i.                     Resolution No. 216-R - A Resolution Adopting the Facade Improvement Program

ii.                   Resolution No. 217-R - A Resolution Authorizing the Executive Director to Execute Amendment No. 2 to the Lease Agreement with the Chamber of Commerce for the Southern Pacific Depot Property

d.                   Adjournment:

13.              Reconvene City Council Meeting:

14.              City Manager Reports:

15.              Council Comments:

16.              Adjournment:

 

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