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Location: City Hall, Council Chambers, Room 240
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October 27, 2014

 

City of Salem Internet Home Page:  www.cityofsalem.net

 

UPCOMING PUBLIC HEARINGS, WORK SESSIONS AND FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS:

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS

 

Land Use Code Amendment Regarding Goats for Vegetation Removal ~ Monday, November 10

 

Consideration of Authorization to Expend Remaining 2006 Fire General Obligation Bond Proceeds on Various Fire Station Facility Upgrades and the Purchase of an Emergency Response Vehicle and Equipment ~ Monday, November 10

 

Non-Smoking Ordinance on Sidewalks Abutting Non-Smoking Facilities ~ Monday, November 17

 

Street Light Fee Proposal ~ TBD

 

 

WORK SESSIONS – Held in the Council Chambers unless otherwise noted

 

Discussion of Oversight Committee’s Third River Crossing ~ Monday, November 3, 5:30 p.m.

 

City Council Budget Policy Direction Work Session ~ Thursday, November 12, 6:00 p.m.

 

Emergency Management Status Update Work Session ~ Monday, November 17, 5:30 p.m.

 

Tree Code Revisions for City-Owned Trees ~ TBD after January 1

 

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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SCHEDULE OF NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING

 

Neighborhood

Annual Meeting Date

SWAN

November 6

South Gateway

November 13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AGENDA

 

SPECIAL MEETING

 

URBAN RENEWAL AGENCY

 

OF THE CITY OF SALEM, OREGON

 

October 27, 2014

 

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.  APPROVAL OF SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA

 

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.  ACTION ITEMS:

 

None.

 

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

 

(a)  Fiscal Year 2014-15 Economic Development Update: Urban Renewal Area Grants, Make It In Willamette Valley Project, Salem Airport Economic Impact, Economic Opportunities Analysis, and Business Retention and Expansion Efforts – Ward 2 – Board Member Tesler – SEMCA (UD)

(b)  North Downtown Housing Investment Strategy Update – Ward 1 – Board Member Bennett – CANDO and Grant (UD)

6.  ADJOURNMENT

 


WORK SESSION:

5:30 p.m. – Council Chambers

Joint Work Session with

Salem Keizer Transit

 

AGENDA

 

SALEM CITY COUNCIL

 

CITY OF SALEM, OREGON

 

October 27, 2014

 

Immediately Following Urban Renewal Agency 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

 

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)  October 13, 2014

           

3.2  RESOLUTIONS:

 

*(a)  Medical Marijuana Facility License Fees for FY 2014-15 (PD)

 

Resolution No. 2014-59 Setting Fees for Medical Marijuana Facility Licenses 

 

Recommended Action:  Adopt Resolution No. 2014-59 setting fees for Medical Marijuana Facility licenses.

 

3.3  ACTION ITEMS:

 

*(a)  Oregon Heritage Commission Grant for a Cultural Heritage Resource Inventory (CD)

                       

Recommended Action:  Authorize staff to apply for and accept an Oregon Heritage Commission All-Star Community 2014 Grant, in the amount of $5,000, from the Oregon Heritage Commission in order to fund a Cultural Heritage Resource Inventory.

 

*(b) Approval to Apply for Environmental Protection Agency Community-Wide Brownfields Assessment Grant for Sites Contaminated with Petroleum (UD)

Recommended Action:  Authorize the City Manager to apply for and accept up to $200,000 in U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Brownfields Assessment grant funding to support the sale, reuse, and redevelopment of privately and publically owned sites contaminated with petroleum.

 

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

 

(a)  Consideration of Engrossed Ordinance Bill No. 25-14, establishing a tax on the sale of marijuana and marijuana-infused products in the City of Salem and proceed to second reading for enactment (AS)

Engrossed Ordinance Bill No. 25-14 Establishing a Tax on the Sale of Marijuana and Marijuana-Infused Products in the City of Salem; And Creating New Provisions in the Salem Revised Code

 

Recommended Action:  Further engross Engrossed Ordinance Bill No. 25-14, which adds Chapter 32 to the Salem Revised Code to establish a tax on the sale of marijuana and marijuana-infused products in the City of Salem to establish a rate of taxation, and; (2) Proceed to second reading for enactment.

 

Note:  A supplemental staff report is included in the packet.

 

(b)  Proposed Fees and Charges for Utility Services Rates (Water, Wastewater, and Stormwater) (PW)

Resolution No. 2014-58 Setting Fees and Charges for Utility Service Rates

 

Recommended Action:  Adopt Resolution No. 2014-58, with exhibit, establishing fees and charges for utility service rates (water, wastewater, and stormwater) effective January 1, 2015, and January 1, 2016.

 

Note:  A supplemental staff report is included in the packet.

 

Written testimony from:  Kenneth Pingel; Wally West; Derik Milton; Philip  Ratcliff; Robert Johnson; Jennie O’Brien;  Anna Haskell; JoAnn Seibert; Dan Reid; Tom Eckstrom; Jay Jamieson; Wayne Klug; Kathy Reid; Carol O’Neill; Ray and Beebee Fisher; Don and Janet Haller; Mary Smith; Dennis Clack; Donna Firestone; Ross Kittrell; Linda Sozzi; Helen Howard; Eriks Gabliks, Director of Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training.

 

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)  Investment Portfolio Report for the Period of July 1, 2014 through September 30, 2014 (AS)

(b)  Council Goals Update (CM)

 

(c)  Planning Administrator Decision – Subdivision/Class II Time Extension Case No. SUB08-04EXT (formerly Case No. EXT14-03) – Mark Shipman, Saalfeld Griggs – Garret and Alice Berndt – 6617 Devon Avenue SE - An application requesting a 2-year extension of the approval for the Oak Ridge Estates subdivision – Ward 4 – Councilor Clausen – South Gateway (CD)

(d)  Planning Commission Decision – Comprehensive Plan Change/Zone Change Case No. CPC/ZC14-05 – Boulder Creek, LLC (Tim Hensley) – 1130 McGilchrist Street SE – A consolidated comprehensive plan map amendment and zone change for portions of a property located near the intersection of 12th Street SE and McGilchrist Street SE – Ward 2 – Councilor Tesler – SCAN (CD)

(e)   Planning Commission Decision – Partition Case No. PAR14-09 – Reserve at Hawk’s Ridge, LLC (Kenneth O Harrison), and J.B. & B. Investment Group LLC (Eugene A Jones, Debra Berman, Bob Blewett, and Carol Blewett) – 1500 Block of Cordon Road SE – A proposed land partitioning to divide 23.5 Acres into 3 parcels and extend Gaffin Road through the site – Ward 3 – Councilor Nanke – SEMCA (CD)

(f)  Planning Administrator Decision – Subdivision/Class 2 Adjustment Case No. SUB-ADJ14-04 – 775 Boxwood Lane SE – Affirm Discovery, LLC, Michael Bean – A subdivision to divide 1.25 acres into 5 lots, with an adjustment to allow the number of flag lots to exceed 15 percent – Ward 3 – Councilor Nanke – Faye Wright (CD)

(g)   Planning Administrator Decision – Class 2 Time Extension Case No. DR-ZC-VAR-SPR12-04EXT (formerly Case No. EXT14-04) – Jeff Harmon, Harmon Com LLC – 910 Front Street NE – A time extension request related to a proposed wellness clinic, Case No. DR/ZC/VAR/SPR12-04 – Ward 1 – Councilor Bennett – CANDO (CD)
      

(h)  Update on the Sidewalk Rehabilitation Program (PW)

(i)  Fiscal Year 2014-15 Economic Development Update: Urban Renewal Area Grants, Make It In Willamette Valley Project, Salem Airport Economic Impact, Economic Opportunities Analysis, and Business Retention and Expansion Efforts – Ward 2 – Councilor Tesler – SEMCA (UD)

8.  ORDINANCES:

 

8.1   FIRST READING:

 

(a)  Ordinance Bill No. 24-14 Amending Salem Revised Code (SRC) 47.097 to Increase the Solid Waste Management Franchise Fee from 5 Percent to 7 Percent of the Gross Receipts Collected Each Year by the Franchisees (CM)

           

Ordinance Bill No. 24-14 Relating to Solid Waste Franchise Fees; Amending SRC 47.097(a)

 

Recommended Action:  Advance Ordinance Bill No. 24-14 to second reading for enactment.

 

Note:  A supplemental staff report is included in the packet.

 

8.2  SECOND READING:

 

(a)  Ordinance Bill No. 21-14 Vacating Public Rights-of-Way Located between Mission Street SE, Church Street SE, Winter Street SE, and Pringle Parkway – Wards 1 and 2 – Councilors Bennett and Tesler – CANDO and SCAN (PW)

 

(b)  Engrossed Ordinance Bill No. 25-14 Establishing a Tax on the Sale of Marijuana and Marijuana-Infused Products in the City of Salem; And Creating New Provisions in the Salem Revised Code (AS)

9.  PUBLIC COMMENT:  (Other than agenda items)

 

10.  NEW BUSINESS: 

 

10.1  MAYOR’S ITEMS:

 

(a)  Welcome Meeting for Consul General of Mexico

 

(b)  Letter of Greeting and Gifts for Salem, India Trip

 

10.2  COUNCILOR’S ITEMS:

 

(a)  Develop Plan to Finance the Expansion and Renovation of Wallace Marine Park Softball Complex – Councilor Clem

 (b) 
Creation of a Salem Sustainability Commission – Councilor Tesler

 

 

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:  khall@cityofsalem.net.

 

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