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MURRIETA CITY COUNCIL MINUTES MAY 6, 2003

    26442 BECKMAN COURT 6:00 PM CLOSED SESSION

    MURRIETA, CA 7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

    CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL, EXISTING LITIGATION, URGE AND CITIZENS TO

    ENFORCE CEQA V. CITY OF MURRIETA, CASE #RIC 385133 (G.C. 54956.9A)

    CONFERENCE WITH CHRIS PAXTON, LABOR NEGOTIATOR, MURRIETA FIREFIGHTERS

    ASSOCIATION (G.C. 54957.6)

    CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATOR, ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER LORI

    MOSS, REGARDING PROPERTY LOCATED NORTH OF CHERRY STREET AND EAST OF

    JEFFERSON AVENUE FOR FRENCH VALLEY PARKWAY (G.C. 54956.8)

    By consensus at 6:00 p.m. Council recessed to closed session for the purposes stated above.

    Present were: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling. Absent: None. Upon reconvening

    at 6:40 p.m. there was no reportable action.

    CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Richard Ostling called the regular meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

    ROLL CALL: Present: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling

     Absent: None

    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:

    INVOCATION: Teri Ferro, Finance Director PRESENTATIONS:

    PROCLAMATION RECOGNIZING MAY AS MENTAL HEALTH MONTH

    Mayor Ostling presented Linda Brooks, Riverside County Department of Mental Health, with

    the proclamation. Ms. Brooks thanked the City, and she shared information about services

    provided by Riverside County Department of Mental Health. She also invited everyone to

    their open house on May 15 from 12-2 p.m. and at their administrative office on May 13th

    from 5:00 7:30 p.m.

    PROCLAMATION DECLARING MAY 6-12, 2003 AS NATIONAL VISITING NURSE

    ASSOCIATION WEEK, ACCEPTED BY JOHN HEBBELN

    Council Member Brian Youens presented John Hebbeln, Visiting Nurse Association of the

    Inland Counties, with the proclamation. Mr. Hebbeln thanked the City Council for issuing the

    proclamation; and he conveyed the services provided by the Visiting Nurse Association office

    in Murrieta.

    PROCLAMATION RECOGNIZING MAY AS WATER AWARENESS MONTH, ACCEPTED

    BY EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT, ALONG WITH RECOGNITION TO

    WINNERS OF THE EMWD WATER WISE POSTER CONTEST

    Mayor Ostling presented Melanie Nieman from EMWD with the proclamation. Ms. Nieman

    thanked the City for supporting awareness of water issues.

    Ms. Gibbel announced the following poster contest winners:

    Kindergarten through Second:

    st st1 Place Garbrielle Constante 1 grade Alta Murrieta Elementary Mrs. Norris ndnd2 Place Rebecca Ochoa 2 grade Alta Murrieta Elementary Ms. Macedo

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     rdnd3 Place Holly Freiberg 2 grade Avaxat Elementary Mrs. Cartas

    Third & Fourth Grades: strd1 Place Corey Loftus 3 grade Alta Murrieta Elementary Mrs. Ochoa ndrd2 Place Eric Macedo 3 grade Alta Murrieta Elementary Ms. Martinez rdth 3 Place Victoria Velez 4grade Cole Canyon Elementary Ms. Youens rdrd3 Place Alex Scata 3 grade Murrieta Elementary Mrs. Gunrud

    Fifth & Sixth Grades: stth1 Place Brady Nash 6 grade Thompson Middle School Mrs. McClintock ndth2 Place Allison Brown 6 grade Thompson Middle School Mrs. McClintock rdth3 Place Brian Choi 6 grade Thompson Middle School Mrs. McClintock rdth3 Place Justice Flores 6 grade Thompson Middle School Mrs. McClintock

    PROCLAMATION RECOGNIZING MAY 19-23, 2003 AS PUBLIC WORKS WEEK

     James Kinley, Director of Public Works/City Engineer, received the proclamation presented

    by Council Member Youens.

    PROCLAMATION RECOGNIZING MURRIETA'S COMMITMENT TO THE RELAY FOR

    LIFE AND SUPPORT OF THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY

    Council Member Youens presented the proclamation to Linda Mejia, Keke Murray, and Gayle

    Porter. Ms. Mejia encouraged participation in the Relay for Life event on May 31 - June 1,

    2003.

    APPROVAL OF AGENDA

    Action: The agenda was unanimously approved on a motion by Enochs and second by van

    Haaster.

    COMMUNITY REPORT - ADRIANA WILLIAMS, MURRIETA VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

    Ms. Williams reported on the junior class fashion show, the prom, dance team competition May 7-10,

    academic students of the month, star and AP testing, Nighthawk awards, senior trip to Knotts Berry

    Farm, and other senior activities.

    PUBLIC COMMENTS

    Ron Goggia, Murrieta, reported progress is continuing toward opening of a senior citizens center.

    Nancy Banda, Wildomar, gave an update on the community of Wildomar; and she thanked the City

    for co-sponsoring the feasibility study.

    Richard Mannex, American Service Group, Murrieta, addressed newspaper articles about problems

    from growth, saying residents support slow growth.

    DEPARTMENT/COMMISSION ANNOUNCEMENTS:

    Community Services Director Holston reported on the Easter Eggstravaganza, second trip to J. Paul Getty Museum; and he announced a Senior Spring Luncheon on May 10 from 11:00 a.m. to

    2:00 p.m.

    City Clerk A. Kay Vinson, announced applications are being received through May 30th for eight 2 Commission vacancies.

    GOVERNING BODY ANNOUNCEMENTS:

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van Haaster: Affirmed a feasibility study for the Wildomar sphere of influence will be considered in

     the future.

    Youens: Acknowledged all the positive activities in the community, and he thanked the Mayor

    for a good job conducting meetings.

    Enochs: Inquired if a date has been set for the ground breaking of the senior citizen center.

     Announced three high school hockey teams are playing in the championship games.

    Seyarto: Commented on newspaper articles, saying that smog is worse in the LA basin, and

    the air is improving in our area from ten years ago. He also clarified that the

    State is encouraging high-density growth in lieu of urban sprawl. APPROVAL OF CITY COUNCIL CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 1-21

    Action: It was moved by van Haaster and seconded by Youens to approve City Council

    consent calendar items 1-21 with items 8 and 9 removed from consideration at the

    request of the developer. On roll call the vote was:

     AYES: *Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and *Ostling

    NOES: *Enochs with respect to payment to Rick Engineering on item #3,

    register of demands

    *Enochs and Ostling with respect to item 4, ordinance approving

    development code amendment 03-065 1. WAIVED READING OF ALL ORDINANCE INTRODUCTIONS ON THIS AGENDA AND

    READ BY TITLE ONLY 2. MINUTES

    Action: Approved the Minutes of the 6:00 p.m. Workshop, 6:30 p.m. Closed Session, and

    7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on April 15, 2003.

    3. REGISTER OF DEMANDS Action: Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $1,779,092.17 through April 22,

    2003. (Noes: Enochs with respect to payment to Rick Engineering)

    4. ORDINANCE AMENDING THE DEVELOPMENT CODE REGARDING THE RESIDENTIAL

    TARGET DENSITY; RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT AND DENSITY IN THE MU-3 ZONE;

    AND INCLUSIONARY HOUSING IN THE REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT AREA

    Action: Adopted Ordinance 280-03 approving Development Code Amendment #03-065

    removing the target density, revising the MU-3 zone and adding an affordable

    housing requirement in the Redevelopment Project Area. (Noes: Enochs & Ostling)

    5. ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONTRACT BETWEEN THE

    CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MURRIETA AND THE BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION

    OF THE CALIFORNIA PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM

    Action: Adopted Ordinance 281-03 amending the PERS Contract Adding Section 21362.2

    (3% @ 50 Full Formula for Local Safety Members).

    6. RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE RIGHT-OF-WAY OF A PORTION OF LOT “B” OF

    PARCEL MAP 7937 FOR PUBLIC ROAD AND PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES AND AS A

    PART OF THE CITY MAINTAINED ROAD SYSTEM, SUBJECT TO IMPROVEMENTS IN

    ACCORDANCE WITH THE CITY STANDARDS

    Action: Adopted Resolution 03-1180.

    3 7. RESOLUTION APPROVING FINAL TRACT MAP 23187-4, A 40 LOT RESIDENTIAL

    SUBDIVISION LOCATED AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF WASHINGTON AVENUE

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    AND CALLE DEL OSO ORO, AND ASSOCIATED AGREEMENTS (J.P. RHOADES

    DEVELOPMENT)

    Action: Adopted Resolution 03-1181 approving Final Tract Map 23187-4, and associated

    agreements.

    8. RESOLUTION APPROVING FINAL TRACT MAP 29640-5, A 48 LOT RESIDENTIAL

    SUBDIVISION LOCATED NORTH OF CLINTON KEITH ROAD, WEST OF MCELWAIN

    DRIVE AND EAST OF LA ESTRELLA ROAD, AND ASSOCIATED AGREEMENTS

    (GREER RANCH) Action: Removed from consideration at the request of the developer.

    9. RESOLUTION APPROVING FINAL TRACT MAP 29640-6, A 47 LOT RESIDENTIAL

    SUBDIVISION LOCATED NORTH OF CLINTON KEITH ROAD, WEST OF MCELWAIN

    DRIVE, EAST OF GREER ROAD AND SOUTH OF EVANDEL ROAD, AND ASSOCIATED

    AGREEMENTS (GREER RANCH)

    Action: Removed from consideration at the request of the developer.

    10. RESOLUTION APPROVING THE GRANT DEED OF A PARCEL OF LAND OWNED BY

    THE CITY LYING WITHIN TPM 30488 TO THE YODER FAMILY TO BE REPLACED BY

    ROADWAY DEDICATION ON THE REALIGNMENT OF JACKSON AVENUE, LOCATED

    SOUTH OF MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS ROAD AND EAST OF I-215

    Action: Adopted Resolution 03-1182.

    11. NPDES STORMWATER DISCHARGE PERMIT - IMPLEMENTATION AGREEMENT

    BETWEEN RIVERSIDE COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION

    DISTRICT, THE COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, AND THE CITIES OF BEAUMONT, CALIMESA,

    CANYON LAKE, CORONA, HEMET, LAKE ELSINORE, MORENO VALLEY, MURRIETA,

    NORCO, PERRIS, RIVERSIDE AND SAN JACINTO

    Action: Approved the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System, Stormwater

    Discharge Permit, Implementation Agreement, Santa Ana Region and authorized the

    Mayor to execute the agreement on behalf of the City. 12. ACCEPTANCE OF PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS IN TRACT 24592 AND TRACT 24592-1,

    LOCATED AT NUTMEG STREET, GINGERBREAD DRIVE, AND LAFAYETTE DRIVE

    Action: Accepted the public improvements in Tract 24592 and Tract 24592-1 and directed the

    Public Works Department to commence maintenance of the street and drainage

    improvements associated with these tracts.

    13. ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE PREPARATION OF PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS

    AND ESTIMATES FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF JEFFERSON AVENUE BETWEEN

    MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS ROAD AND JUNIPER STREET, CIP 96-136-3

    Action: Authorized the Engineering Contract with Jack P. Norris, RCE, Consulting Engineer,

    be increased from $75,090 to $88,490.

    14. APPRAISAL SERVICES TO PREPARE APPRAISALS NECESSARY TO OBTAIN RIGHT

    OF WAY FOR THE LINE "E" STORM DRAIN PROJECT - AWARD CONTRACT TO

    ROBERT SHEA PERDUE REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL

    Action: Approved the Agreement with Robert Shea Perdue Real Estate Appraisal in the

    amount of $34,500 and authorized the Mayor to execute the Agreement on behalf of 4

    the City.

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15. DECLARE DONATED BUS SURPLUS AND AUTHORIZE RETURN TO DONOR

    Action: Declared the bus donated by Dave and Carol Carson to be surplus and authorized

    return.

    16. REIMBURSE OBED PROPERTIES, INC. FOR THE PARK PORTION OF THE

    DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEES PAID IN EXCHANGE FOR THE APPROXIMATE TWO

    ACRES OF LAND LOCATED IN THE MIRA MOSA PROJECT, TRACT 23486, TO BE

    ADDED TO THE EXISTING PARK CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION

    Action: Authorized staff to reimburse OBED Properties, Inc. in the amount of $193,772, for

    the park portion of the Development Impact Fees associated with Tract 23486.

    17. CANCEL MAY 20, 2003 CITY COUNCIL & LEGISLATIVE MEETINGS

    Recommended Action: Cancelled the meeting scheduled for May 20, 2003. 18. PROPOSED OFF-ROAD PROGRAM Action: Authorized an increase to the Police Operations budget to provide specialized

    training to officers and to purchase equipment, including two off-road motorcycles for

    a comprehensive off-road enforcement program.

    19. ENHANCEMENT OF WIDE AREA NETWORK DATA AND TELEPHONE SYSTEMS

    Action: a) Approved a contract with AeroSurf in the amount of $13,600 for the installation

    and one year of usage for Wireless Internet services; and

    b) Approved a contract with Verizon in the amount of $6,400 for the installation

    and one year of usage for DSL Internet services; and

    c) Authorized the purchase of the necessary equipment needed to connect these

    services to City facilities in the amount of $8,500 from CDW-G.

    20. RECLASSIFICATION OF PLANS EXAMINER POSITION

    Action: Approved the reclassification of the current budgeted position of Plans Examiner to

    Senior Plan Examiner.

    21. VOTING DELEGATE TO LEAGUE OF CALIFORNIA CITIES SPECIAL MEETING

    Action: Designated Finance Director Teri Ferro as Voting Delegate and Fire Chief Phil

    Armentrout as Voting Alternate at the League of California Cities Special Meeting on

    May 15, 2003 in Sacramento.

    22. PUBLIC HEARING - RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY BECOME A MEMBER

    AGENCY OF THE CALIFORNIA STATEWIDE COMMUNITIES DEVELOPMENT

    AUTHORITY (CSCDA) AND RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CITY TO JOIN THE

    STATEWIDE COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM (SCIP) AND AUTHORIZE

    THE CSCDA TO ACCEPT APPLICATIONS, CONDUCT SPECIAL ASSESSMENT

    PROCEEDINGS AND LEVY ASSESSMENTS

    Mayor Ostling opened the public hearing. Lori Moss, Assistant City Manager, gave the staff report.

    There were no comments, so the public hearing was closed.

    Action: Council Member van Haaster moved and Seyarto seconded to adopt Resolution 03-

    1183 for the City to become a member agency of the California Statewide

    Communities Development Authority (CSCDA); and adopt Resolution 03-1184 to join

    the Statewide Community Infrastructure Program (SCIP) and authorize the CSCDA to 5 accept applications, conduct special assessment proceedings and levy assessments.

    On roll call the vote was:

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     AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling

    NOES: None 23. CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING - APPEAL CASE 03-077, TENTATIVE TRACT MAP

    28148, AMENDMENT #2, SUBDIVIDING 2.19 ACRES INTO SEVEN SINGLE-FAMILY

    RESIDENTIAL LOTS, LOCATED NORTHERLY AND ADJACENT TO MURRIETA CREEK

    AND SOUTHERLY OF VINEYARD PARKWAY AND HAYES AVENUE

    Mayor Ostling opened the public hearing. Jim Mackenzie, Planning Manager, presented the staff

    report.

    Ray Johnson, on behalf of the appellant, indicated that responses from the developer’s

    representative were not provided to the appellant. He also pointed out alleged technical

    deficiencies in the notice and findings. He also discussed mitigation of wetlands and

    inconsistencies with the General Plan.

    Steve Gorchoff, Murrieta, distributed six points for requests/information; and he stressed information

    on the environmental assessment was not made available. Larry Markham, representing Covenant Homes, addressed the project and responded to questions.

    Ray Johnson emphasized the set back requirement from the wetlands, and the lack of

    documentation.

    The public hearing was closed.

    Planning Manager Jim Mackenzie confirmed the environmental documents were and are available in

    the City.

    Action: A motion was made by van Haaster and seconded by Seyarto to authorize the filing

    of a Notice of Exemption and deny the appeal and uphold the Planning Commission's

    approval of Amendment #2 of Tentative Tract Map 28148, based on the Findings and

    subject to the Conditions of Approval. On roll call the vote was:

     AYES: Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling

    NOES: Enochs

    Action: By unanimous consensus Council recessed briefly at 9:00 p.m. and reconvened at

    9:15 p.m. 24. PUBLIC HEARING - APPEAL OF CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 02-403, A REQUEST BY

    ADAMS LANDSCAPE TO UTILIZE PROPERTY LOCATED ON THE EASTSIDE OF

    HOOVER AVENUE, SOUTH OF FIG STREET AS A CONTRACTOR/LANDSCAPE

    STORAGE YARD, WITH STORAGE/CARETAKER/OFFICE BUILDINGS

    Mayor Ostling opened the public hearing. Jim Mackenzie, Planning Manager, presented the staff

    report.

    Mark Adams, Adams Landscaping, introduced himself.

    Phil Oberhansley, representing Mark Adams, explained the process for their project to date; and he

    displayed pictures of a similar facility.

    Dale Sears, Temecula, objected to the conditional use permit; and he opined development will occur

    quickly.

    Phil Oberhansley responded the project is consistent with all City plans, and the developer has

    agreed to additional conditions.

    The public hearing was closed.

    Action: Moved by van Haaster and seconded by Seyarto to grant the appeal by Adam’s 6 Landscape, approving Conditional Use Permit 02-403 (overruling the Planning

    Commission’s denial) based on the Findings for Approval and subject to conditions of

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    approval with changes to conditions #5, #29 and #28 relative to h and I to be

    consistent with development code, to allow for bonding in lieu of street improvements,

    to incorporate additional conditions from the appellant’s letter dated April 7, 2003 for

    maintenance of Fig Street with property owners agreement for the purpose of limiting

    liability, and with expiration of the CUP in 20 years subject to a revocation hearing but

    without additional fees. On roll call the vote was:

     AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling

    NOES: None

    25. PUBLIC HEARING - PARCEL MAP 31018 AND MASTER DEVELOPMENT PLAN 03-081,

    A REQUEST TO SUBDIVIDE 10.13 ACRES INTO 4 SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL LOTS

    ON PROPERTY GENERALLY LOCATED SOUTH OF KALMIA STREET, AND EAST OF

    THE SANTA ROSA ECOLOGICAL PRESERVE

    Action: Consideration of the item was continued at the request of the applicant

    to 7:00 p.m., May 27, 2003 on a motion by van Haaster and second by Enochs.

    Motion carried unanimously.

26. PUBLIC HEARING - CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT 02-448, GENERAL PLAN

    AMENDMENT 02-451, ZONE CHANGE 02-450, DEVELOPMENT PLAN 03-059, VESTING

    TENTATIVE PARCEL MAP 31211 AND VARIANCE 03-061, BY PENINSULA RETAIL TO

    CONSTRUCT A COMMERCIAL CENTER, INCLUDING A DAY CARE FACILITY AND

    DRUG STORE WITH THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ON PROPERTY

    LOCATED AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF WASHINGTON AVENUE AND NUTMEG

    STREET

    Correspondence in opposition to the zone change was received from:

    Douglas J. and Barbara E. Ankele, Murrieta

    Scott F. and Krystal Finger, Murrieta

    Kevin and Tanya Smith, Murrieta

    Action: As moved by van Haaster and seconded by Seyarto, the public hearing was

    unanimously continued to 7:00 p.m., May 13, 2003 in the Council Chambers at City

    Hall due to an error in the legal publication. 27. CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING - FORMATION OF THE LANDSCAPING AND STREET

    LIGHTING DISTRICT NO. 18 FOR VINEYARDS, AND THE LEVY OF THE SPECIAL

    ASSESSMENTS FOR THE 2003-2004 FISCAL YEAR

    Mayor Ostling opened the public hearing. John Harper, City Attorney, gave the staff report. The

    public hearing was closed.

    Action: City Clerk A. Kay Vinson announced the results of the mailed ballot election:

     One yes ballot totaling $648,203.22.

    Resolution 03-1185 was adopted on a motion by van Haaster and second by Seyarto

    for the formation of the Landscaping and Street Lighting District No. 18 for Vineyards,

    confirming the diagram and assessments, and approving the annual levy of the

    assessments for Fiscal Year 2003-2004 for the District. On roll call the vote was:

     AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling

    NOES: None

    CLOSED SESSION: PUBLIC EMPLOYEES PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF CITY MANAGER

    AND CITY ATTORNEY (G.C. 54957)

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    Action: By unanimous consensus at 10:26 p.m. the meeting recessed to closed session for

    the purpose stated above.

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ADJOURNMENT

    Action: Upon reconvening at 11:03 p.m. it was reported the City Council reached consensus

    (Noes: Enochs) to direct the City Manager to secure the services of Dr. Wayne

    McAfee, The Organizational Network, to develop and assist with the evaluation

    process of the City Manager and City Attorney. Whereupon the meeting was

    unanimously adjourned to Tuesday, May 13, 2003 at 7:00 p.m. in the Council

    Chambers at Murrieta City Hall.

     ______________________________________

    A. Kay Vinson, MMC

    City Clerk

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MURRIETA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MINUTES MAY 6, 2003

    26442 BECKMAN COURT, MURRIETA, CA 7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

    Chair Ostling called the regular meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Seyarto, van

    Haaster, Youens and Ostling. Absent: None.

    APPROVAL OF REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS 28 & 29

    Action: It was moved by van Haaster and seconded by Youens to approve Redevelopment

    Agency consent calendar items 28 and 29. On roll call the vote was:

     AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling

    NOES: None

    28. MINUTES

    Action: Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on April 15, 2003.

    29. REGISTER OF DEMANDS

    Action: Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $42,311.80 through April 22,

    2003.

    30. RECONSIDER APPROVAL OF A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH CAMEO

    HOMES FOR THE PROVISION OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING AS REQUIRED BY STATE

    LAW

    Action: van Haaster moved and Seyarto seconded to reconsider approval of a Memorandum

    of Understanding with Cameo Homes for the provision of Affordable Housing as

    required by State law and schedule consideration on June 17, 2003 in conjunction

    with the project. Motion carried unanimously. ADJOURNMENT

    Action: At 11:03 p.m. the meeting was unanimously adjourned to Tuesday, May 13, 2003 at

    7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Murrieta City Hall.

     ______________________________________

    A. Kay Vinson, MMC

    City Clerk

MURRIETA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MINUTES MAY 6, 2003

    26442 BECKMAN COURT, MURRIETA, CA 7:00 PM REGULAR MEETING

    President Ostling called the regular meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. Present were: Enochs, Seyarto,

    van Haaster, Youens and Ostling. Absent: None.

    APPROVAL OF MURRIETA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS

    31-33

    Action: It was moved by van Haaster and seconded by Youens to approve Murrieta

    Community Services District consent calendar items 31-33. On roll call the vote was:

     AYES: Enochs, Seyarto, van Haaster, Youens and Ostling

    NOES: None

    31. MINUTES

    Action: Approved the Minutes of the 7:00 p.m. Regular Meeting on April 15, 2003.

    32. REGISTER OF DEMANDS Action: Approved the Register of Demands in the amount of $687,091.38 through April 22,

    2003.

    33. ACCEPTANCE OF PORTIONS OF LOT 1 OF TRACT 28677-13, AND LOTS 19 AND 28

    OF TRACT 28677-14 FOR LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE

    Action: Accepted the landscape improvements for the portions of Lot 1 of Tract 28677-13 and

    Lots 19 and 28 of Tract 28677-14, Copper Canyon, and directed the Murrieta

    Community Services District to commence maintenance of the landscape associated

    with these parcels and recordation of appropriate documents.

    ADJOURNMENT

    Action: At 11:03 p.m. the meeting was unanimously adjourned to Tuesday, May 13, 2003 at

    7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Murrieta City Hall.

     ______________________________________

    A. Kay Vinson, MMC

    City Clerk

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