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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
REGULAR MEETING – WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 2016
CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS
100 CIVIC CENTER WAY, CALABASAS
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OPENING MATTERS – 7:00 P.M.

  • Call to Order/Roll Call of Councilmembers

  • Pledge of Allegiance by Girl Scouts Troop 642

  • Approval of Agenda

ANNOUNCEMENTS/INTRODUCTIONS – 7:15 P.M.

PRESENTATIONS – 7:30 P.M.

  • From other jurisdictions to the City in commemoration of its 25th Anniversary

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS - PUBLIC COMMENT – 8:00 P.M.

CONSENT ITEMS – 8:10 P.M.

1. Approval of meeting minutes from May 31 and June 8, 2016

Minutes from May 31 and June 8, 2016

2. Adoption of Resolution Nos. 2016-1504, certifying the results of the assessment ballot proceeding with respect to the proposed annexation of the Mont Calabasas Zone into Landscape Light Act District 27; and adoption of Resolution No. 2015-1511, approving a final Engineer’s Report in connection with Landscape Lighting Act District Nos. 22, 24, 27 and 32 and confirming diagrams and assessments for such districts for Fiscal Year 2016-17

Item 2 - Staff Report
Attachment 1 - Resolution No. 2016-1504 – Certifying the Results of the Balloting Proceedings
Attachment 2 - Resolution No. 2016-1511 Approving the Final Engineer’s Report for the Landscape Lighting Act Districts for Fiscal Year 2016-17
Attachment 3 - Final Engineer’s Report

3. Consideration of Resolution No. 2016-1515, approving the Quimby Act fee associated with Tract Map #060488 approved for a 78 unit townhome development project at 4240 Las Virgenes Road. A Mitigated Negative Declaration was prepared and adopted for this project. Approval of the associated Quimby Fee requires no additional CEQA review

Item 3 - Staff Report
Attachment A - Resolution No. 2016-1515
Attachment B - Developer’s Quimby Exhibit

4. Recommendation to approve the recordation of the final map for tract 60488 for condominium purposes located at 4240 Las Virgenes Road

Item 4 - Staff Report
Attachment A - Final Map 60488

5. Adoption of Resolution No. 2016-1509, levying special taxes within the City of Calabasas Community Facilities District No. 2006-1; and adoption of Resolution No. 2016-1510, levying special taxes within the City of Calabasas Community Facilities District No 98-1

Item 5 - Staff Report
Attachment A - Resolution No. 2016-1509; Attachment
Attachment B - Resolution No. 2016-1510; Attachment

6. Recommendation to approve a professional services agreement with CleanStreet to provide street sweeping services for a three-year term in an amount not to exceed $286,000

Item 6 - Staff Report
Exhibit A - Professional Services Agreement

7. Adoption of Ordinance No. 2016-333, approving a Zoning Map Amendment associated with File No. 140000011 to change existing planned development – Residential Multifamily (20) – Open Space Development Restricted – Scenic Corridor (PD-RM20-OSDR-SC) Zoning Designation to Commercial Retail – Residential Multifamily (20) – Open Space Development Restricted – Scenic Corridor – Development Plan (CR-RM20-OSDR-SC-DP) to accommodate the proposed development project, which includes: (1) A residential component consisting of 67 single-family detached homes and four affordable units within two duplex structures occupying approximately 13.03 acres; (2) A commercial component consisting of a 72,872 square-foot, three-story hotel occupying approximately 2.91 acres; and (3) preservation of approximately 61.0 acres as permanent Open Space on a 77-acre property located at 4790 Las Virgenes Road at the Eastern terminus of Agoura Road (APN Nos. 2069-078-009 AND 2069-078-011)

Item 7 - Staff Report
Attachment A - Ordinance No. 2016-333

Public Correspondence Received

8. Recommendation to award construction contract for the 2016 Street Resurfacing Project, Specification No. 15-16-01 to All American Asphalt for the total amount of $441,125

Item 8 - Staff Report
Exhibit A - Bid Results
Exhibit B - Construction Contract with All American Asphalt

9. Recommendation to approve professional services agreement with Siemens Industry, Inc. to provide City-wide traffic signal maintenance services for a three-year term in an amount not to exceed $270,000

Item 9 - Staff Report
Exhibit A - Professional Services Agreement with Siemens

10. Approval of the Art in Public Places submission for the Cheesecake Factory, as recommended by the Art in Public Places Advisory Committee

Item 10 - Staff Report
Attachment A - Art in Public Places Application
Attachment B - Sculpture Proposal
Attachment C - Artist Information
Attachment D - Criterial for Art in Public Places forms completed by the Committee

11. Adoption of Resolution No. 2016-1497, approving the addition of a Facility Maintenance Technician position in the Administrative Services Department

Item 11 - Staff Report
Attachment - Resolution No. 2016-1497

12. Approval of amendment to professional services agreement with Haynes Building Service, LLC in the amount of $10,066 to provide janitorial services for the Senior Center

Item 12 - Staff Report
Attachment 1 - Amendment to Professional Services Agreement with Haynes Building Service, LLC
Attachment 2 - Current Professional Services Agreement

13. Request for consent of an amendment to the current professional services agreement between the City of Calabasas and MV Transportation, Inc. to extend the current contract for the duration of two months with an option of a one month extension if needed 

Item 13 - Staff Report
Exhibit A - Amendment to the Professional Service Agreement
Exhibit B - Current Professional Service Agreement

14. Recommendation to approve a professional services agreement with Ideal General Services for the City’s Dial-a-Ride services in an amount not to exceed $190,000 to expire on June 30, 2018

Item 14 - Staff Report
Exhibit A - Professional Services Agreement

PUBLIC HEARING – 8:25 P.M.

15. Consideration of Resolution Nos. 2016-1513 and 2016-1514 to allow for alcoholic beverage sales for on-site consumption at the Edwards Theater located at 4767 Commons Way (APN: 2068-003-021) within the Commercial Mixed-Use (CMU) zoning district; said resolutions will amend the Master Conditional Use Permit (CUP #94-01) for the Calabasas Park Centre project, amend the implementing CUP (Resolution No. 95-317) for the Calabasas Park Centre project, and establish the new conditional use for the Theater, as described

Item 15 - Staff Report
Attachment A - Council Resolution No. 2016-1513
Attachment B - Council Resolution No. 2016-1514
Attachment C - Implementing Conditional Use Permit No. 95-317
Attachment D - Planning Commission Minutes
Attachment E - General Operations Statement & Plans

REOPENED PUBLIC HEARING CONTINUED FROM JUNE 8, 2016 – 9:00 P.M.

16. Consideration of Resolution No. 2016-1496; 1) approving file No. 140001318m an application, inclusive of a Conditional Use Permit, Site Plan Review, Scenic Corridor Permit, Development Plan, and Oak Tree Permit for the construction of a new three-story hotel with a maximum of 67,000 square feet of building area, which includes up to 127 rooms, pool and 151 surface level parking spaces, including a public parking lot on Rondell Street. The proposed project includes a Development Plan Permit in order to construct the proposed hotel building and retaining walls in excess of 6-feet in height. An Oak Tree Permit is required to allow for the encroachment into the protected zone of three oak trees. The subject site is located at 26300 Rondell Street (APN 2069-031-014 and 2069-031-015), within the Commercial Retail Zoning District and Scenic Corridor Overlay Zone. The Planning Commission recommended that the City Council approve the project at its February 4, 2016 meeting

Item 16 - Staff Report
Attachment A - City Council Resolution No. 2016-1496
Attachment B - Draft Shared Parking Agreement
Attachment C - Memo to the Final MND

Public Correspondence Received

Correspondence Received at Meeting

INFORMATIONAL REPORTS – 10:40 P.M.

17. Check Register for the period of June 1-8, 2016

Item 17 - Check Register Report

TASK FORCE REPORTS – 10:45 P.M.

CITY MANAGER’S REPORT – 10:50 P.M.

FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS – 10:55 P.M.

Future Agenda Items

ADJOURN  - 11:00 P.M.

The City Council will adjourn to their next regular meeting scheduled on Wednesday, August 10, 2016, at 7:00 p.m.

A copy of the City Council agenda packet is available for review at City Hall and the Calabasas Library. Materials related to items on this agenda submitted to the Council after distribution of the agenda packet are available for public inspection in the City Clerk’s Office, 100 Civic Center Way, Calabasas, CA 91302, during normal business hours. Such documents are also available on the City of Calabasas website at www.cityofcalabasas.com  subject to the City staff’s ability to post the documents before the meeting. The City of Calabasas, in complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), requests individuals who require special accommodations to access, attend and/or participate in the City meeting due to disability, to please contact the City Clerk’s Office, (818) 224-1600, at least one business day prior to the scheduled meeting to ensure assistance is provided.

 

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