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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA

A Regular Meeting of the La Mesa City Council

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

6:00 p.m.

City Council Chambers
La Mesa City Hall
8130 Allison Avenue
La Mesa, California



Mark Arapostathis, Mayor
Guy McWhirter, Vice Mayor
Kristine Alessio, Councilmember
Bill Baber, Councilmember
  Colin Parent, Councilmember

 

Materials related to an item on this agenda submitted to the Council after distribution of the agenda packet are available for public inspection in the City Clerk’s Office, 8130 Allison Avenue, during normal business hours.

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6:00 P.M.


 

ROLL CALL


 

INVOCATION - COUNCILMEMBER BABER


 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

CITY MANAGER COMMENTS

 

COMMUNITY BULLETIN REPORTS

 

PRESENTATION

                 


 

PROCLAIMING MARCH 7 – 14, 2017 AS ARBOR WEEK


 

ADDITIONS AND/OR DELETIONS TO THE AGENDA

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS - (TOTAL TIME - 15 MINUTES)

NOTE: In accordance with state law, an item not scheduled on the agenda may be brought forward by the general public for comment; however, the City Council will not be able to discuss or take any action on the item at this meeting. If appropriate, the item will be referred to Staff or placed on a future agenda.
 

CONSENT CALENDAR

(Items 1 through 3)
The Consent Calendar includes items considered to be routine. Unless discussion is requested by members of the Council or audience, all Consent Calendar items may be approved by one motion.
 

1. APPROVAL OF MOTION TO WAIVE THE READING OF THE TEXT OF ALL ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS AT THIS MEETING


 

2. RESOLUTION TO INCREASE THE BUILDING DIVISION BUDGET AND AMEND THE CONTRACT WITH BUREAU VERITAS NORTH AMERICA, INC. TO HANDLE INCREASED PRIVATE DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITY

Staff Reference: Ms. Dick
Documents:
  1. Item 2.pdf
 

3. RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LA MESA, CALIFORNIA, AUTHORIZING TRANSFER AND APPROPRIATION OF FUNDS FROM THE RISK LIABILITY FUND RESERVES ACCOUNT TO THE CITY ATTORNEY’S PROFESSIONAL AND SPECIALIZED SERVICES ACCOUNT FOR UNEXPECTED LEGAL FEES

Staff Reference: Ms. Garrett
Documents:
  1. Item 3.pdf
 

STAFF REPORTS

            

           


 

4. MACARTHUR PARK SUBCOMMITTEE STATUS REPORT ON THE SUN VALLEY GOLF, LLC LEASE AGREEMENT

Staff Reference: Mr. Humora
Documents:
  1. Item 4.pdf
 

5. PROPOSITION 64 – THE CONTROL, REGULATE, AND TAX ADULT USE OF MARIJUANA ACT (AUMA); THE MEDICAL MARIJUANA REGULATION AND SAFETY ACT (AB 266, AB 243 AND SB 643) (MMRSA); THE CONSIDERATION OF LOCAL REGULATION AND TAXATION OPTIONS RELATED TO THE SAME; AND, POSSIBLE DIRECTION TO STAFF

Staff recommends the Council receive the report and provide direction as appropriate.

Staff Reference: City Attorney Sabine
Documents:
  1. Item 5.pdf
 

COUNCIL COMMITTEE REPORTS (3 MINUTE LIMIT)

 

AB 1234 REPORTS (GC 53232.3(d))


 

COUNCIL INITIATED


 

6. MISSION, DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF VARIOUS CITY BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS – COUNCILMEMBER ALESSIO AND COUNCILMEMBER BABER


Documents:
  1. Item 6.pdf
 

7:00 P.M.


 

HEARING


 

7. CONSIDERATION OF HPC 16-13 (CRAIG) – A REQUEST TO DESIGNATE THE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 8459 LEMON AVENUE IN THE R2 (MEDIUM LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL) ZONE AS A HISTORIC LANDMARK AND TO ESTABLISH A PROPERTY PRESERVATION (MILLS ACT) AGREEMENT FOR THE SITE

Staff recommends the Council adopt two (2) resolutions to designate the property as a historic landmark and to enter into a Mills Act Preservation Agreement.

Staff Reference: Ms. Dick
Documents:
  1. Item 7.pdf
 

CITY ATTORNEY REMARKS

 

ADJOURNMENT