May 26, 2015
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UPCOMING PUBLIC HEARINGS, WORK SESSIONS AND FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS:
State Revenue Sharing ~ Monday, June 8
FY 2015-2016 Budget (City and Urban Renewal Agency) ~ Monday, June 8
Parking for Persons with Disabilities; Amending SRC 102.085 ~ Monday, June 8
Setting Land Use Fees and Charges for the Planning Division and the Public Works Department for Fiscal Year 2015-2016 ~ Monday, June 22
Proposed Amendments to SRC Chapter 7 Related to the Downtown Parking District~ Monday, June 22
WORK SESSIONS – Held in the Council Chambers unless otherwise noted
Economic Opportunities Analysis ~ Monday, June 22 at 5:30 p.m.
Council Goal Setting – Held in the Anderson Room ~ Monday, June 29 at 5:30 p.m.
West Salem Business District Action Plan Recommendations ~ Monday, July 13 at 5:30 p.m.
SCHEDULE OF NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING
SALEM CITY COUNCIL
CITY OF SALEM, OREGON
May 26, 2015
1. OPENING EXERCISES: (Includes call to order, roll call, pledge of allegiance, announcements, proclamations, ceremonial presentations, and Council comment)
Call to Order
Pledge of Allegiance
1.1 APPROVAL OF ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS TO THE AGENDA
1.2 COUNCIL AND CITY MANAGER COMMENT
(a) Big Toy Presentation – Marion County Commissioner Janet Carlson
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)
(a) May 11, 2015
(b) May 13, 2015
3.3 ACTION ITEMS:
*(a) Request for Exception to the Cultural and Tourism Fund's Required 60/30/10 Split Funding under City Council Policy C-1 for Major Tourist Attractions and Cultural Facilities (CD)
Recommended Action: Approve an exception to City Council Policy C-1 for the FY 2015-16 budget revising the funding allocation percentages in the Major Tourist Attractions and Cultural Facilities Division of the fund to 66.90 percent for facilities operating expenses, 29.89 percent for special events/projects operating expenses, and 3.21 percent for capital asset/improvement projects.
*(b) Position on Legislative Priority Bills (CM)
Recommended Action: Ratify the legislative positions and priorities approved by the Legislative Committee.
*(c) Renewal of Inmate Work Program Intergovernmental Agreement and Work Orders (PW)
Recommended Action: Authorize the City Manager to sign an amendment to the Intergovernmental Agreement and associated annual work orders with the Oregon Department of corrections for the Park Operations Inmate Work Program for an additional two years.
4. PUBLIC HEARINGS: (Includes deliberations, and deliberations from hearings held over from previous meetings)
(a) Petition for the Vacation of a Portion of First Street NW and Lincoln Avenue NW located west of Wallace Road NW – Ward 1 – Councilor Bennett (PW)
Recommended Action: Approve the vacation of a portion of First Street NW and Lincoln Avenue NW right of way located west of Wallace Road NW subject to the following conditions: 1) Provide easements for the construction, maintenance, repair, and replacement of existing municipal and public utilities within the current right-of-way; 2) Provide a temporary fire access easement for the property located at 695 First Street NW until the City determines it is no longer needed; 3) Provide improved street access to all lots by constructing Second Street NW from Wallace Road NW to Melinda Avenue NW or provide a performance guarantee as described in Salem Revised Code (SRC) 110.100; AND either 4) Pay the Assessment of Special Benefit in the amount of $172,289; OR 5) Construct street improvements on Second Street NW from Melinda Avenue NW to Murlark Avenue NW or provide a performance guarantee as described in SRC 110.100, and dedicate right-of-way consistent with the Salem Transportation System Plan (TSP) along Wallace Road NW, Edgewater Street NW, and Melinda Avenue NW.
(b) Petition for the Vacation of a Portion of Rainier Drive SE Public right-of-way Located Approximately One-quarter Mile East of Liberty Road S – Ward 4 – Councilor McCoid – South Gateway (PW)
Recommended Action: Approve the vacation of a portion of Rainier Drive SE right-of-way located approximately one quarter mile east of Liberty Road S subject to the following conditions: 1) Petitioner, Rainier Estates, LLC, to pay an Assessment of Special Benefit in the amount of $19,598, and 2) Petitioner to provide an easement for the construction, maintenance, repair, and replacement of municipal and utility facilities.
(c) Prohibiting Smoking on City-Owned Property (PW)
Ordinance Bill No. 10-15 Relating to Prohibiting Smoking on City Owned Property; Amending SRC Chapter 45, Smoking
Recommended Action: Advance Ordinance Bill No. 10-15, which prohibits smoking on all City-owned property, to second reading for enactment.
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)
(a) Police Facility Task Force Recommendations (CM)
Recommended Action: Receive the Blue Ribbon Task Force on the Police Facility recommendations and direct staff to issue an informal RFP for an experienced essential facility architect to assist in: (a) defining the Police Department’s space needs, (b) determining feasibility of a to-be-determined site and (c) developing a conceptual design for the selected site.
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)
7. INFORMATION REPORTS: (Items that require no Council action)
(a) Cultural and Tourism Promotion Advisory Board Annual Report (CD)
(b) Hearings Officer Decision - Historic Adaptive Reuse/Adjustment/Class 3 Site Plan Review Case No. HIS-ADJ-SPR15-01 - Lord & Schryver Conservancy - Bobbie Dolp - 545 Mission Street SE - Historic Adaptive Reuse proposal to use an existing single family dwelling as a museum and garden. The proposal includes a consolidation with a Class 2 Adjustment to allow off-site parking more than 200 feet from the property and a Class 3 Site Plan Review – Ward 2 – Councilor Andersen – SCAN (CD)
(c) Planning Administrator Decision - Class 2 Wireless Communications Facility Siting Permit / Wireless Communications Facilities Adjustment Case No. WS2-WA15-01 - Verizon Wireless - Sharon Gretch/Lexcom Corp - 942 Lancaster Drive NE - A proposal to replace an existing light pole with a taller light pole that will support antennas mounted on a 12-foot-wide platform – Ward 6 – Councilor Benjamin - ELNA (CD)
(d) Planning Administrator Decision - Subdivision Extension Case No. SUB07-03EXT - Dorchester Properties - Douglas Nelson - 4200 Block of Croisan Creek Road S - A Class 2 Extension to extend the tentative subdivision approval granted in SUB07-03, the Croisan Ridge Subdivision, until May 22, 2017 – Ward 7 – Councilor Bednarz - SWAN (CD)
(e) Update on Implementation of Medical Marijuana Licensing Program (Ordinance 17-14) (CD and PD)
8.1 FIRST READING:
(a) Ordinance Bill No. 8-15, Amending Salem Revised Code (SRC) Chapter 37 Related to Transient Occupancy Taxes (AS)
Ordinance Bill No. 8-15 Relating to Transient Occupancy Taxes; Amending SRC 37.060
Recommended Action: Advance Ordinance Bill No. 8-15, amending SRC Chapter 37, to second reading for enactment.
(b) Ordinance Bill No. 11-15 Amending Salem Revised Code Chapter 102.085(a) To Remove Exemptions to Time Limits and Metered Parking for Disabled Individuals (UD)
Ordinance Bill No. 11-15 Relating to Parking for Persons with Disabilities; Amending SRC 102.085
Recommended Action: Conduct a public hearing on the ordinance on June 8, 2015, and proceed to second reading for enactment.
8.2 SECOND READING:
(a) Ordinance Bill No. 7-15 Amendments to Salem Revised Code Chapter 900 to Allow for the Reconstruction of Historic Signs (CA15-01) (CD)
(b) Supplemental Report – Revisions to SRC 102.135 Related to Parking Fines
Ordinance Bill No. 9-15 Relating to Parking; Amending SRC 102.135 (UD)
9. PUBLIC COMMENT: (Other than agenda items)
10. NEW BUSINESS:
10.1 MAYOR’S ITEMS:
10.2 COUNCILOR’S ITEMS:
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