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December 1, 2014

 

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UPCOMING PUBLIC HEARINGS, WORK SESSIONS AND FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS:

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS

 

Naming an Unnamed Street in West Salem as Oakview Lane NW ~ Monday, December 8

 

Relating to Adoption of the New NEN-SESNA Neighborhood Plan ~ Monday, January 26

 

Street Light Utility Fee Proposal ~ Monday, February 23

 

 

WORK SESSIONS – Held in the Council Chambers unless otherwise noted

 

West Salem Business Plan – Joint Work Session with the Urban Renewal Agency and West Salem Redevelopment Advisory Board ~ Monday, January 26, 5:30 p.m.

 

Council Goal Setting ~ Monday, February 2 (Library Anderson Rooms)

 

Tree Code Revisions for City-Owned Trees ~ Monday, March 9

            

 

PLANNING COMMISSION INTERVIEWS ~ Monday, December 8, 5:30 p.m.

 

 

FUTURE REPORT – To appear on the Monday, December 8 agenda

 

Ordinance Bill No. 23-14 Relating to Adoption of the New NEN-SESNA Neighborhood Plan; A Component of the Salem Area Comprehensive Plan; And Amending SRC 64.005

 

 

 

 

EXECUTIVE SESSIONS:

5:30 p.m.  -  City Manager's Office Conference Room

Labor Negotiations ORS 192.660(2)(d)

 

6:00 p.m. – City Manager's Office Conference Room

Real Property ORS 192.660(2)(e)

 

 


AGENDA

 

SALEM CITY COUNCIL

 

CITY OF SALEM, OREGON

 

December 1, 2014

 

6:30 p.m.

 

 

1.  OPENING EXERCISES:  (Includes call to order, roll call, pledge of allegiance, announcements, proclamations, ceremonial presentations, and Council comment)

 

Call to Order

 

Roll Call

 

Pledge of Allegiance

 

1.1  APPROVAL OF ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS TO THE AGENDA

 

1.2  COUNCIL AND CITY MANAGER COMMENT

 

1.3  PRESENTATIONS

 

(a)  Willow Lake Water Pollution Control Facility     (PW)

 

(b) Award of Energy Incentive from Energy Trust of Oregon    (PW)

 

2.  PUBLIC COMMENT:  (Comment on agenda items other than public hearings and deliberations)

All agenda items marked by * require action by Council at this meeting

3.  CONSENT CALENDAR:  (Includes approval of minutes, adoption of routine resolutions, and items of business requiring Council action)

 

3.1  MINUTES:

 

(a)  November 17, 2014

           

3.2  RESOLUTIONS:

 

*(a) Approval to Seek U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant for a Rehabilitation Project at Grant School Park - Ward 1 - Councilor Bennett - Grant (PW)

 

Resolution No. 2014-74 Approval to seek U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant for a Rehabilitation Project at Grant School Park.

 

Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution No. 2014-74 authorizing the City Manager to apply for and accept a U.S. Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant for a rehabilitation project at Grant School Park.

 

3.3  ACTION ITEMS:

 

*(a)  Reappointment of Municipal Judge Pro Tempore Robert Williamson to serve in the absence of the elected Municipal Court Judge as needed (AS)

Recommended Action: At the recommendation of the Municipal Court Judge, reappoint Robert Williamson for a two-year team as Pro Tempore Judge for the Salem Municipal Court.

 

(b)  Review of Vehicle for Hire Regulations to Address Transportation Network Companies (CD)

 

Recommended Action: Direct staff to review the City's vehicle for hire regulations within Salem Revised Code (SRC) Chapter 30 for possible amendment to address newly emerging transportation network companies who utilize smart phone applications and the internet to link drivers with passengers in need of transportation, and prepare recommendations for amendments to the SRC to address issues raised by this new business model.

 

*(c)  Cable Television Franchise Extension (CM)

 

Recommended Action: Authorize the City Manager to execute the cable television franchise extension agreement with Comcast of Oregon I, Inc. (Attachment A of the staff report) and direct staff to continue working jointly with Marion County to negotiate a franchise renewal during the extension period.

(d)  Federal Safety Belt Enforcement Grant for Enforcement of Safety Belt, Child Safety Seat, Cell Phone Usage and Other Traffic Safety Laws (PD)

Recommended Action: Authorize the City Manager to apply for; accept, if awarded; and execute all documents associated with a Federal Safety Belt Enforcement grant in the amount of 18,320. 

 

4.  PUBLIC HEARINGS:  (Includes deliberations, and deliberations from hearings held over from previous meetings)

 

(a)  Final Order for: Partition Case No. PAR14-09 - For Property Located at the 1500 Block of Cordon Road SE - Ward 3 - Councilor Nanke - SEMCA (CD)

Recommended Action: Staff recommends that City Council adopt Order No. 2014-08 PAR approving and amending the decision of the Planning Commission for Partition Case No. 14-09.

 

Note:  The hearing was held and closed on November 17, 2014.  No further testimony will be taken.

 

(b)  Amending the Salem Revised Code to Allow Goats for Targeted Grazing (CA14-08) (CD

 

Ordinance Bill No. 26-14 Relating to Goats for Clearing Vegetation; Amending SRC 400.120

 

Recommended Action: Advance Ordinance Bill No. 26-14 to second reading for enactment, in order to amend Salem Revised Code Chapter 400 (Use Classifications) to allow goats for targeted grazing.

(c)  Prohibit Smoking on Sidewalks and Landscape Strips Within the Public Street Right-of-Way Adjacent to Properties Where Smoking is Prohibited (PW)

Ordinance Bill No. 27-14 Relating To Creating A New Chapter, SRC Chapter 45, Smoking; And Declaring An Effective Date

 

Recommended Action: Adopt Ordinance Bill No. 27-14 that would prohibit smoking on sidewalks and landscape strips within the public right-of-way adjacent to properties where smoking is prohibited, and advance Ordinance Bill No. 27-14 to second reading.

 

5.  SPECIAL ORDERS OF BUSINESS:  (Includes consideration of items deferred from the Consent Calendar and any action item which requires a selection among options, consideration of matters of special importance to the Council, and management reports; formal presentations by city boards, city commissions, city committees and by outside agencies providing services or engaged in other activities with the City)

 

6.  UNFINISHED BUSINESS:  (Any business held over from a previous meeting, other than public hearings and ordinances, which are placed under public hearings and ordinances)

 

None.

 

7.  INFORMATION REPORTS:  (Items that require no Council action)

 

(a)  Mobile Food Unit Regulations Four Month Update (CD)

 

(b)  Planning Commission Decision - Fairview Refinement Plan/Partition/Phased Subdivision Case No. FRP/PAR/SUB14-01 - 4000-4200 Blocks of Pringle Road SE and the 4300 Block of Battle Creek Road SE - Eric Olsen, Olsen Design & Development - SFA2, LLC (Rick Gustafson, Brian Hardin, Sally Miller, Russ Beaton) - An application to develop approximately 65 acres of the former Fairview Training Center site into 3 parcels; together with a Fairview Refinement Plan and Phased Subdivision for two of the proposed parcels, totaling approximately 50.8 acres in size, setting forth the requirement for future development of the parcels consistent with the requirements of the Fairview Mixed-Use (FMU) Zone and further dividing the parcels into 216 lots - Ward 3 - Councilor Nanke - Morningside (CD)

 

(c)  Planning Commission Interviews (CM)

 

(d)  Award of Energy Incentive from Energy Trust of Oregon (PW)

 

(e)  Proposal to Locate A.C. Gilbert Discovery Village Bubble Room Structure at Riverfront Park - Ward 1 - Councilor Bennett - CANDO (PW)

 

8.  ORDINANCES:

 

8.1  FIRST READING:

 

(a)  Naming an Unnamed Street in West Salem as Oakview Lane NW - Ward 8 - Councilor Clem (PW)

Ordinance Bill No. 28-14 Relating to Naming an Unnamed Street in West Salem as Oakview Lane NW

 

Recommended Action: Conduct first reading of Ordinance Bill No. 28-14, naming an unnamed street in west Salem as Oakview Lane NW, and hold a public hearing on December 8, 2014.

 

8.2  SECOND READING:

 

(a) Engrossed Ordinance Bill No. 12-14 Relating to Property Maintenance, Amending SRC 50.025, 50.035, 50.255, 50.260, 50.510, 50.520, 50.525, 50.545, 50.550, 50.605, 50.610, 50.620, 50.630, 50.640, 50.645, 50.710, 50.800, 50.805, 50.810, 50.880, 50.900; Creating New Provisions; and Repealing SRC 50.635, 50.860, 50.865, 50.870, 50.875, and 50.905

 

9.  PUBLIC COMMENT:  (Other than agenda items)

 

10.  NEW BUSINESS: 

 

10.1  MAYOR’S ITEMS:

 

None.

 

10.2  COUNCILOR’S ITEMS:

 

None.

 

11.  ADJOURNMENT

 

Individuals needing special accommodations such as sign language, foreign language interpreters or equipment for the hearing impaired must request such services at least 48 hours prior to the City Council meeting.  To make your request, please contact the City Recorder at 503-588-6097 (voice) or 503-588-6009 (TDD), or by e-mail at:  amathiesen@cityofsalem.net.

 

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