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Location: City Hall, Council Chambers, Room 240
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January 26, 2015

 

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UPCOMING PUBLIC HEARINGS, WORK SESSIONS AND FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS:

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS

 

Solid Waste Franchise Amendments ~ Monday, February 9

 

Appeal of Planning Administrator Decision - Class 3 Site Plan Review / Urban Growth Preliminary Declaration / Class 2 Driveway Approach Permit Case No. SPR/UGA/DAP14-15 - 3500 Block of Trelstad Avenue ~ Monday, February 9

 

Street Light Utility Fee Proposal ~ Monday, February 23

 

 

WORK SESSIONS – Held in the Council Chambers unless otherwise noted

 

Council Goal Setting Framework and Guiding Principles - Held in the Anderson Room ~ Monday, February 2, 5:30 p.m.

 

Council Goal Setting - Held in the Anderson Room ~ Wednesday, February 18, 5:30 p.m.

 

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

            

 

Budget Committee Meeting  - 5 Year Forecast and Economic Outlook ~ Wednesday, April 15, 6:00 p.m.

 

Budget Committee Review of FY 2015-16 Budget ~ Wednesday, April 22, 6:00 p.m.

 

Budget Committee Review of FY 2015-16 ~ Wednesday, April 29, 6:00 p.m.

 

Budget Committee Review of FY 2015-16 Budget ~ Wednesday, May 6, 6:00 p.m.

 

Budget Committee Recommends FY 2015-16 Budget to City Council ~ Wednesday, May 13, 6:00 p.m.

 

 

FUTURE REPORTS                         

Establish Salem Revised Code Chapter 70A Charging a Streetlight Fee on the City’s Utility Bill to Fund the Operations, Maintenance, Upgrade and Expansion of the City’s Streetlight System (PW) ~ Monday, February 9

 

Amendment to Salem Revised Code Chapter 30.655 Updating the Penalty for Illegal Habitation in Recreational Vehicles (CD) ~ Monday, February 9

 

SCHEDULE OF NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING

 

Neighborhood

Annual Meeting Date

Northgate

March 10

SEMCA

April 14

CANDO

April 21

Lansing

April 28

Grant

May 7

Morningside

May 20

Faye Wright

June 1

ELNA

June 4

SCAN

June 10

Sunnyslope

June 18

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

                                                 
WORK SESSION

5:30 p.m. - Council Chambers

Joint Work Session with the Urban

Renewal Agency and West Salem

Redevelopment Advisory Board

 

 

 

 

AGENDA

 

SPECIAL MEETING

                                                                                                                                                           

URBAN RENEWAL AGENCY

 

OF THE CITY OF SALEM, OREGON

 

January 26, 2015

 

6:30 p.m.

 

 

1.  OPENING EXERCISES:  (Includes call to order, roll call, pledge of allegiance, announcements)

 

Call to Order

 

Roll Call

 

Pledge of Allegiance

 

2.  REPORTS OF BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, AND COMMITTEES

 

3.  PUBLIC COMMENT:  (Comment on specific agenda items other than public hearings and deliberations.  Each person’s comments will be limited to three minutes)

 

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

 

4.1  MINUTES:

 

None.

 

4.2  RESOLUTIONS:

 

None. 

 

4.3  ACTION ITEMS:

 

(a)  Appointments to the West Salem Redevelopment Advisory Board (CM)

 

Recommended Action:  Appoint the candidates listed in the Facts and Findings section to the West Salem Redevelopment Advisory Board.

 

(b)  Funding To Design Second Street Improvements Within The West Salem Urban Renewal Area - Ward 1 - Board Member Bennett - West Salem (UD)

 

Recommended Action:  Authorize the use of up to $10,000 of West Salem Urban Renewal Area funds to fund concept design, outreach, and research, needed to finalize West Salem Business District Action Plan (Action Plan) recommendations, including proposed east-west improvements, under Wallace Road.       

 

(c)  South Waterfront Urban Renewal Area Project Grant Program – Ward1, 2, and 7 – Board Members Bennett, Andersen and Bednarz – CANDO and SCAN (UD)

Recommended Action: Create a South Waterfront Urban Renewal Area (SWURA) Project Grant Program (Grant Program) as an innovative financial incentive to encourage development and the overall appearance and condition of the SWURA.

 

5.  INFORMATION REPORTS: (Items that require no Board action)

 

(a)  Urban Renewal-Urban Renewal Agency Finance Committee Meeting Minutes (AS)

 

(b) Fiscal Year 2014-15 Economic Development Update: Urban Renewal Area Grants, Mill Creek Corporate Center Activities, “Make It In Willamette Valley” Project, Economic Opportunities Analysis, And Business Retention And Expansion Efforts (UD)

 

(c)  North Downtown Housing Investment Strategy Update – Ward 1 – Board Member Bennett - CANDO (UD)

 

(d)  Update Regarding the Strategic Action Plan for the Portland Road Corridor, Located in the North Gateway Urban Renewal Area North Gateway Action Plan Quarterly Report – Ward 5 - Board Member Dickey - Northgate (UD)

 

6.  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 Board, and management reports)

 

None.

 

7.  UNFINISHED BUSINESS:  (Any business held over from a previous meeting)

 

None.

 

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

 

None.

 

9.  NEW BUSINESS

 

None.

 

10.  ADJOURNMENT

 


AGENDA

 

SALEM CITY COUNCIL

 

CITY OF SALEM, OREGON

 

January 26, 2015

 

Immediately following the Urban Renewal Agency Special Meeting

 

 

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

 

Call to Order

 

Roll Call

 

1.1  APPROVAL OF ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS TO THE AGENDA

 

1.2  COUNCIL AND CITY MANAGER COMMENT

 

1.3       PRESENTATIONS

                       

(a)  2015 Grant Neighborhood Calendar Presentation to Mayor and City Council by Sam Skillern (CD)

                       

(b)  EarthWise Certification Presentation by Alan Pennington    (CM)

 

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)  January 12, 2015  

 

3.2  RESOLUTIONS:

 

(a)  Dedicating a Public Right-of-Way Located at Hyacinth Street NE and Hawthorne Ave NE from Portland Road to Silverton Road – Ward 5 – Councilor Dickey -Northgate (PW)

Resolution No. 2014-66 Dedicating a Public Right-of-Way Located at Hyacinth Street NE and Hawthorne Ave NE from Portland Road to Silverton Road 

 

Recommended Action: Staff Recommends that the City Council Adopt Resolution 2014-66 Dedicating a Public Right-of-Way.

 

(b)   Revisions to the City of Salem Floodplain Management Plan (PW)

Resolution 2015-4 Adopting Revisions to the Floodplain Management Plan, Dated January 2014

 

Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution 2015-4 adopting revisions to the City of Salem Floodplain Management Plan.

 

(c)  Use of Streets and Bridges General Obligation Bond Proceeds for the Liberty Street NE and Salem Parkway Signal Interconnect Project - Wards 1 and 5 - Councilors Bennett and Dickey – Northgate, Highland, Grant, and CANDO (PW)        

                       

Resolution No. 2015-5 A Resolution Authorizing the use of Proceeds of the General Obligation Bond, Series 2013, to Fund Improvements on Liberty Street NE and Salem Parkway

 

Recommended Action: Council adopt Resolution No. 2015-5 authorizing the use of $320,000 of Streets and Bridges Bond proceeds to fund traffic signal interconnect improvements along Liberty Street NE and Salem Parkway.

 

3.3  ACTION ITEMS:

 

*(a)  2015 Legislative Policy Statements

 

Recommended Action: The Council Legislative Committee recommends that the City Council approve the attached legislative policy statements as policy direction for the 2015 legislative session and direct staff to assign priority to legislative bills using the letter and numbering system adopted in the facts and finding session.

 

(b)  Amendments to Salem Revised Code Chapter 6 to Amend Certain Planning Commission Membership Requirements (CA-14-06) (CD)

 

Recommended Action: Direct staff to prepare an ordinance for first reading to: (a)  Allow up to two planning commission members to be engaged principally in the buying, selling, or developing of real estate for profit, and up to two planning commission members to be engaged in the same kind of business, trade, or profession, and;  (b) Increase the number of planning commissioners from seven to nine.

 

(c)  First Amendment to the Ground Lease with H2 Golf LLC (PW)

 

Recommended Action: Authorize the City Manager to execute the amendment to the ground lease, attached to the staff report, with H2 Golf, LLC.

 

*(d)  Extension of Downtown Parking Time Limits, Enforcement Hours and Part-Time Employee Daily Permit Fees – Ward 1 – Councilor Bennett - CANDO (UD)

 

Recommended Action: (1) Authorize the City Manager to extend the three-hour on-street time limit and enforcement hours (8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m., Monday – Saturday) and the $3 daily permit for part-time employees through February 3, 2016; and (2) Adopt Resolution 2015-6, transferring $32,300 of appropriation authority from the General Fund contingencies category to the General Fund personal services category for the purpose of funding costs associated with the continuation of extended enforcement hours.

 

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

 

(a)  Adoption of the NEN-SESNA Neighborhood Plan (CA14-07) - Wards 1 and 2 - Councilors Bennett and Tesler - NEN and SESNA (CD)

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

 

Recommended Action: Hold a public hearing regarding Ordinance Bill No. 23-14, adopting the goals, policies, generalized land use map and support documents of the NEN-SESNA Neighborhood Plan and amending SRC Chapter 64 (Comprehensive Planning), and after such hearing, advance Ordinance Bill No, 23-14 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)  City Council - City Council Finance Committee Meeting Minutes (AS)

(b)  Investment portfolio report for the period of September 30, 2014 through December 31, 2014 (AS)

 

(c)  Planning Commission Decision - Class 3 Design Review / Class 3 Site Plan Review Case No. DR/SPR14-02 - South Block Mixed Use LLC (Mountain West Investment Corporation - Larry Tokarski and Jason Tokarski) 315 Commercial Street SE - An application to develop the second phase of the Pringle Square Apartments – Ward 1 - Councilor Bennett - CANDO (CD)

 

(d)  Planning Commission Decision - Comprehensive Plan Change/Zone Change Case No. CPC/ZC14-07 - Jordan Sparks – 3311 Marietta Street SE – Changes Residential Agriculture and General Industrial zoning to Industrial Commercial - Ward 3 - Councilor Nanke - SEMCA (CD)

 

(e)  Uber Enforcement Action (CD)

 

(f)  Planning Administrator Decision - Partition Case No. PAR14-10 - 5265 Seeger Lane SE - MRB Enterprises, Inc. - A partition proposal to divide a lot into three parcels for residential development - Ward 4 - Councilor McCoid - South Gateway (CD)

(g)  City Sponsorship of Earth 411, the 2015 Salem Earth Day Festival (PW)

(h)  Develop an Ordinance to Prohibit Smoking on All City-Owned Properties (PW)

 

(i)  Salem's 2015 Independence Day Event (PW)

(j)  Fiscal Year 2014-15 Economic Development Update: Urban Renewal Area Grants, Mill Creek Corporate Center Activities, Make It In Willamette Valley Project, Economic Opportunities Analysis, and Business Retention And Expansion Efforts (UD)

 

8.  ORDINANCES:

 

8.1  FIRST READING:

 

(a)  Annexation of Territory Located at 4911 and 4922 Swegle Road NE (Annexation Case No. C-714) Ward 6 - Councilor Benjamin - ELNA (CD)

Ordinance Bill No. 2-15 Declaring and Proclaiming Certain Territory Located at 4911 and 4922 Swegle Road NE, Annexed to the City of Salem, Prescribing Salem Area Comprehensive Plan Map Designation, Prescribing East Lancaster Neighborhood Plan Map Designation, Prescribing Zoning, and Withdrawing the Territory From the Marion County Fire District #1

 

Recommended Action:  Advance Ordinance Bill No. 2-15 Declaring and Proclaiming Certain Territory Located at 4911 and 4922 Swegle Road NE, Annexed to the City of Salem, Prescribing Salem Area Comprehensive Plan Map Designation, Prescribing East Lancaster Neighborhood Plan Map Designation, Prescribing Zoning, and Withdrawing the Territory from the Marion County Fire District #1, to second reading for enactment

 

(b)  Annexation of Territory Located at 1910 and 1930 Wallace Road NW (Annexation Case No. C-715) Ward 8 - Councilor Lewis - West Salem (CD)

 

Ordinance Bill No. 3-15 Declaring and Proclaiming Certain Territory Located at 1910 and 1930 Wallace Road NW, Annexed to the City of Salem, Prescribing Zoning, and Withdrawing the Territory from the Salem Suburban Rural Fire Protection District

 

Recommended Action: Advance Ordinance Bill No. 3-15    Declaring and Proclaiming Certain Territory Located at 1910 and 1930 Wallace Road NW, Annexed to the City of Salem, Prescribing Zoning, and Withdrawing the Territory from the Salem Suburban Rural Fire Protection District, to second reading for enactment.

 

(c)  Proposed Amendment to Salem Revised Code Chapter 20G.010 to Change the Composition of the Housing and Urban Development Advisory Commission (UD)

 

Ordinance Bill No. 4-15 Relating to the changing the composition of the Housing and Urban Development Advisory Commission; amending SRC 20G.010.

 

Recommended Action: Advance Ordinance Bill No. 4-15 amending Salem Revise Code (SRC) 20G.010 to change the composition of the Housing and Urban Development Advisory Commission, to second reading for enactment.

 

8.2  SECOND READING:

 

None.

 

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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