MEETING AGENDA

June 20, 2018

OCEANSIDE CITY COUNCIL,
HARBOR DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS (HDB),
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION (CDC), and
OCEANSIDE PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY (OPFA)
REGULAR BUSINESS

 

Mayor                                                Deputy Mayor

HDB President                                  HDB Vice President

CDC Chair                                         CDC Vice Chair

OPFA Chair                                       OPFA Vice Chair

          Peter Weiss                                          Chuck Lowery

                                                         

Councilmembers                               City Clerk

HDB Directors                                   HDB Secretary

CDC Commissioners                         CDC Secretary

OPFA Directors                                 OPFA Secretary

          Jack Feller                                           Zack Beck

          Jerome M. Kern

          Esther Sanchez                           City Treasurer

                                                          HDB/CDC/OPFA Treasurer

                                                                   Rafe Edward Trickey, Jr.

CITY CLERK’S ACTION MINUTES 


      3:30 P.M. – ROLL CALL – All present

CITY COUNCIL, HDB, CDC, OPFA CLOSED SESSION ITEMS

Closed Session to discuss litigation, property acquisition, labor relations and personnel matters

1.             CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR ON STATUS OF NEGOTIATIONS PREVIOUSLY AUTHORIZED IN OPEN SESSION (SECTION 54957.6)

CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR – Negotiator: City Manager; employee organizations:  Oceanside Police Officers’ Association (OPOA),Oceanside Police Officers’ Association – Non-Sworn (OPOA-NS), Oceanside Firefighters’ Association (OFA), Oceanside Police Management Association (OPMA), Management Employees of the City of Oceanside (MECO), Oceanside City Employees’ Association (OCEA), Oceanside Fire Management Association (OFMA), Western Council of Engineers (WCE), and Unrepresented

Item discussed in closed session

2.             CONFERENCE WITH REAL ESTATE NEGOTIATOR (SECTION 54956.8)

A)    CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATOR – Property: Portion of Ivey Ranch Park (APN 158-591-04); Negotiating Parties: City of Oceanside and Ivey Ranch Park Association, Inc.; Negotiator for the City: Douglas Eddow, Real Estate Manager; Under Negotiations: Price and terms for use of real property

Item discussed in closed session

      5:00 P.M.  –  ROLL CALL – All present

INVOCATION – Pastor Hal Seed

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE – OPD Explorer

PROCLAMATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS 

Proclamation – Parks Make Life Better Month

Proclamation – Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month

Proclamations made

CLOSED SESSION REPORT

3.             Closed Session report by City Attorney

Report given

CONSENT CALENDAR ITEMS

All items listed on the Consent Calendar are considered to be routine matters or formal documents covering previous City Council/HDB/CDC/OPFA instructions.  The items listed on the Consent Calendar may be enacted by a single vote.  There will be no separate discussion of any Consent Calendar items unless requested by members of the City Council/HDB/CDC/OPFA or the public through submittal of Request to Speak form prior to the commencement of this agenda item.

4.             City Council/Harbor/CDC/OPFA:  Acceptance of City Clerk’s Action Minutes of the Small Craft Harbor District Board of Directors, Community Development Commission, City Council, and Oceanside Public Financing Authority of the June 6, 2018, 3:30 p.m. Regular Meeting

Motion to Approve Consent Calendar Items 4-11, 13-39: Sanchez

                Second: Kern

Approved: 5-0

5.             City Council/Harbor/CDC/OPFA:  Approval to waive reading of the text of all ordinances and resolutions considered at this meeting and provide that ordinances shall be introduced after a reading only of the title(s)

Approved: 5-0

6.             City Council: Approval of annual purchase orders for equipment, supplies, services, and materials in amounts over $50,000 for FY 2018-19 for the Fire Department for a total of $1,489,235; and authorization for the Financial Services Director, or designee, to execute the purchase orders

Approved: 5-0

7.             City Council: Approval of annual purchase orders for equipment, supplies, services, and materials in amounts over $50,000 for FY 2018-19 for the Water Utilities Department for a total of $5,610,601; and authorization for the Financial Services Director, or designee, to execute the purchase orders

Approved: 5-0

8.             City Council: Approval of annual purchase orders for chemicals in amounts over $50,000 for FY 2018-19 for the Water Utilities Department for a total of $2,628,500; authorization for the Financial Services Director, or designee, to shift funds between the various suppliers for FY 2018-19 without returning to Council, so long as the total of $2,628,500 is not exceeded; and authorization for the Financial Services Director, or designee, to authorize the expenditures

Approved: 5-0

9.             City Council: Approval of a purchase order in the amount of $455,000 to Lone Star Blower of South Houston, Texas for the purchase of a High Speed Turbo Blower and rental of a temporary blower for the San Luis Rey Water Reclamation Facility; approval of the procurement as a sole source; and authorization for the Financial Services Director, or designee, to execute the purchase order

Approved: 5-0

10.          City Council: Approval of annual purchase orders for equipment, supplies, services, and materials in amounts over $50,000 for FY 2018-19 for routine and recurring maintenance, repairs, and operations for the Public Works Department for a total of $5,543,961; and authorization for the Financial Services Director, or designee, to execute the purchase orders

Approved: 5-0

11.          City Council: Approval of increases to two existing purchase orders for additional supplies for the Public Works Maintenance and Operations Division 1) in the amount of $68,000 to the purchase order with McCain Traffic Supply for a revised amount of $119,000, 2) in the amount of $46,000 to the purchase order with California Electric Supply for a revised amount of $132,000; and authorization for the Financial Services Director, or designee, to execute the purchase orders

Approved: 5-0

12.          City Council: Approval of a lease-to-own purchase agreement with Caterpillar Finance of San Diego in an amount not to exceed $75,318 over a three-year term for the purchase of Telehandler Forklift Model TCH255C for the Water Utilities Department; and authorization for the Financial Services Director, or designee, to execute the purchase agreement

Removed from Consent Calendar

13.          City Council: Approval of a budget appropriation in the amount of $130,703 from the Fleet Reserve for purchase of the Fleet Management System software upgrade; approval of a purchase order in an amount not to exceed $109,296 to CCG Systems, Inc. dba FASTER Asset Solutions of Virginia Beach, Virginia for software and support, and $21,40 for hardware implementation; and authorization for the Financial Services Director, or designee, to execute the purchase order

Approved: 5-0

14.          City Council: Approval of a budget appropriation in the amount of $55,406 from the Evidence Trust Fund to the Police Department Machinery and Equipment budget for FY 2018-19 for the purchase of ergonomic workstations and commercial grade shredders

Approved: 5-0

15.          City Council: Approval of Amendment 1 in an amount not to exceed $40,402 to the Professional Services Agreement with Healthcare Systems Management Group, Inc., for a revised contract amount of $85,522 for Annual Citywide Document Imaging System Licensing and Technical Support, extending the term of the agreement from July 1, 2018, to June 30, 2019; and authorize the City Manager to execute the amendment

Approved: 5-0

Document No. 18-D0318-1

16.          City Council: Approval of Amendment 1 in the amount of $92,700 to the Professional Services Agreement with Enterprise Technology Services, LLC, for a revised contract amount of $687,300 for JD Edwards Enterprise One and OneView Reporting Functional Managed Annual Support for the development of a Public Safety Resource Scheduler software application that integrates with the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne time entry system; and authorization for the City Manager to execute the amendment

Approved: 5-0

Document No. 18-D0319-1

17.          City Council: Approval of Amendment 1 to the Encroachment Permit Agreement with Sprint Telephony PCS, LLC, dba sprint PCS Assets, LLC to encroach upon a portion of the rights-of-way located at2080 California Street for a telecommunications facility, extending term of the agreement from July 1, 2018, to June 30, 2028, with minimum revenue to the City in the amount of $239,738 during the ten-year term; and authorization for the City Manager to execute the amendment

Approved: 5-0

Document No. 18-D0320-1

18.          City Council: Approval of Amendment 2 to the Property Exchange Agreement with Ivey Ranch Development Company, LLC to allocate the additional estimated improvement costs for the completion of roadway and other associated improvements; and authorization for the City Manager to execute the amendment

Approved: 5-0

Document No. 18-D0321-1

19.          City Council: Approval of Amendment 1 in an amount not to exceed $72,360 to the Professional Services Agreement with Rockwell Construction Services for a revised contract amount of $660,960 for inspection and construction management services for the Water Utilities Department; and authorization for the City Manager to execute the amendment

Approved: 5-0

Document No. 18-D0322-1

20.          City Council: Approval of Amendment 4 in the amount of $80,000 to the Professional Services Agreement with Geopacifica for a revised contract amount of $316,850, extending the term of the agreement through June 30, 2019, for contract geotechnical engineering services for the Development Services Department; and authorization for the City Manager to execute the amendment

Approved: 5-0

Document No. 18-D0323-1

21.          City Council: Approval of Amendment 6 in the amount of $190,500 to the Professional Services Agreement with Civic Solutions, Inc. for a revised contract amount of $551,260, extending the term of the agreement through June 30, 2019, for contract planning services for the Development Services Department; and authorization for the City Manager to execute the amendment

Approved: 5-0

Document No. 18-D0324-1

22.          City Council: Approval of Amendment 2 in the amount of $80,705 to the Professional Services Agreement with Dudek and Associates for a revised contract amount of $465,450 for additional environmental services for the College Boulevard Environmental Document and General Plan Amendment Project; and authorization for the City Manager to execute the amendment

Approved: 5-0

Document No. 18-D0325-1

23.          City Council: Approval of Amendment 6 in the amount of $71,000 to the Professional Services Agreement with Duncan Solutions Company for a revised contract amount of $941,000 for parking citation processing, extending the term of the agreement for six months to November 1, 2018; and authorization for the City Manager to execute the amendment

Approved: 5-0

Document No. 18-D0326-1

24.          City Council/HDB: Approval of Amendment 6 in the amount of $160,084 for a two-year period ($80,042 annually) to the Professional Services Agreement with The Ferguson Group of Washington, DC, for federal legislative support services, extending the term of the agreement from July 1, 2018, to June 30, 2020; and authorization for the City Manager to execute the amendment

Approved: 5-0

Document No. 18-D0327-1

25.          City Council: Approval of a two-year Professional Services Agreement with Tory Walker Engineering Inc. of Vista in the amount of $240,000 for on-call Stormwater Land Development review services; and authorization for the City Manager to execute the agreement

Approved: 5-0

Document No. 18-D0328-1

26.          City Council: Approval of a two-year Professional Services Agreement with D. Woolley & Associates, Inc. of Tustin in the amount of $190,000 for Map Checking and Miscellaneous Document Review Services for the Development Services Department; and authorization for the City Manager to execute the agreement

Approved: 5-0

Document No. 18-D0329-1

27.          City Council: Approval of a Professional Services Agreement with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. of San Diego in an amount not to exceed $718,700 for the preparation of plans, specifications, and bid phase services for the Downtown Water and Sewer Pipelines Replacement – Phase 2 Project; and authorization for the City Manager to execute the agreement

Approved: 5-0

Document No. 18-D0330-1

28.          City Council: Approval of a Professional Services Agreement with West Coast Civil Engineering Corporation of Oceanside in an amount not to exceed $500,000 for the preparation of plans, specifications, and bid phase services for Small to Medium Size Water and Sewer Projects; and authorization for the City Manager to execute the agreement

Approved: 5-0

Document No. 18-D0331-1

29.          City Council: Approval of a Public Works Agreement with Alta Roofing and Waterproofing of San Diego in an amount not to exceed $83,088 for the installation of a new roof on the Dewatering Building at the San Luis Rey Water Reclamation Facility; and authorization for the City Manager to execute the agreement

Approved: 5-0

Document No. 18-D0332-1

30.          HDB: Approval of a five-year Property Use Agreement with Ecco Wireless Inc., of Marina Del Rey to use a portion of the Oceanside Small Craft Harbor to provide wireless internet services for its permittees, customers, and visitors at no cost to the Oceanside Small Craft Harbor District; and authorization for the Administrative Officer to execute the agreement

Approved: 5-0

Document No. 18-D0333-2

31.          City Council: Approval of revisions to the Residential Rehabilitation Program to include manufactured homes in which the space is rented, not owned, in order to better serve the City’s manufactured home communities and maintain affordable housing stock in manufactured home parks

Approved: 5-0

32.          City Council: Approval of a Reimbursement Agreement in the amount of $148,120 to Tri-City Healthcare for construction of street improvements to provide a second left-turn pocket from northbound College Boulevard to westbound Vista Way; approval of a budget appropriation in the amount of $148,120 from Thorough Fare Fund 561; and authorization for the City Manager to execute the agreement

Approved: 5-0

Document No. 18-D0335-1

33.          City Council: Adoption of a resolution authorizing the City to accept $500,195 in grant funds awarded to the City from the Caltrans Sustainable Transportation Planning grant for a Safe Routes to School Plan; approval to appropriate the funds to the Development Services Department; and authorization for the City Manager to execute all necessary grant documents

Approved: 5-0

Resolution No. 18-R0336-1

34.          CDC: Approval to accept $156,051 in grant funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded to the City to support 15 HUD-Veterans’ Affairs Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) vouchers; approval to accept an estimated $14,018 in fees from HUD awarded to the City to administer the VASH program; approval to appropriate these funds in a total amount of $170,069 to the Neighborhood Services Department; and authorization for the City Manager, or designee, to execute associated grant documents

Approved: 5-0

35.          City Council: Approval to accept $130,917 in grant funds from the 2017 State Homeland Security Program (SHSP) awarded to the City; approval to appropriate these funds to the Police and Fire Departments; and authorization for the City Manager, or designee, to execute all related grant documents

Approved: 5-0

36.          City Council: Approval to modify the budget and position control for FY 2018-19 by eliminating one (1) Assistant Fire Marshal position which is currently vacant and adding one (1) Fire Marshal-Battalion Chief (BC), a new position, to ensure that the City has the proper coverage for the Fire Marshal duties and functions; all costs associated with this change will be accommodated within the Council approved FY 2018-19 budget – no additional monies will be necessary

Approved: 5-0

37.          City Council: Approval of a Professional Services Agreement in the amount of $100,800 with Geopacifica, Inc. for contract Interim City Engineer services; and authorization for the City Manager to execute the agreement

Approved: 5-0

Document No. 18-D0337-1

38.          City Council: Adoption of resolutions of the City Council, acting in its capacity as the legislative body of Community Facilities Districts 2000-1 (Ocean Ranch), 2001-1 (Morro Hills), and 2006-1 (Pacific Coast) authorizing the levies of special taxes for FY 2018-19

Approved: 5-0

Resolution No. 18-R0338-1

Resolution No. 18-R0339-1

Resolution No. 18-R0340-1

39.          City Council: Acceptance of the Treasurer’s Report for the quarter ended March 31, 2018, and adoption of a resolution approving the City of Oceanside Investment Policy

Approved: 5-0

Resolution No. 18-R0341-1

40.          City Council: Adoption of three resolutions related to the Oceanside General Municipal Election: calling and giving notice of the General Municipal Election to be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 for the election of one Council Member to represent District 1, one Council Member to represent District 2, the City Treasurer, and two measures; requesting the San Diego County Board of Supervisors to consolidate the General Municipal Election with the Statewide General Election to be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, pursuant to Section 10403 of the Election Code; and adopting regulations for candidates for elective office pertaining to materials submitted to the electorate and the costs thereof for the General Municipal Election.

Pulled for discussion by the public

Motion: Kern

Second: Sanchez

Approved: 5-0

Resolution No. 18-R0342-1

Resolution No. 18-R0343-1

Resolution No. 18-R0344-1

GENERAL ITEMS

General Items are normally heard after any 6:00 p.m. Public Hearing Items.  However, if time permits, some General Items may be heard prior to any 6:00 p.m. Public Hearing Items, following the Consent Calendar.  Ordinances may be introduced at this time.  The City Council/HDB/CDC/OPFA has adopted a policy that it is sufficient to read the title of ordinances at the time of introduction and adoption, and that full reading of ordinances may be waived.  After the City Attorney has read the titles, the City Council/HDB/CDC/OPFA may introduce the ordinances in a single vote.

41.             City Council: Adoption of a resolution to initiate a jurisdictional basin boundary modification with the California Department of Water Resources for the San Luis Rey Valley Basin in coordination with basin stakeholders

A)    Report by Cari Dale, Water Utilities Director

B)    Discussion

C)    Recommendation – adopt the resolution

Report given

Motion: Sanchez

Second: Feller

Approved: 5-0

Resolution No. 18-R0345-1

42.             City Council: Introduction of an ordinance amending Oceanside City Code Chapter 7, Article XII to require that business establishments with five or more shopping carts enter into an agreement with a shopping cart retrieval service or implement a shopping cart containment plan and provide proof to the City as part of the application to obtain or renew a business license

A)    Report by Kirk Mundt, Code Enforcement Manager

B)    Discussion

C)    Recommendation – introduce the ordinance

Report given

Motion: Sanchez

Second: Kern

Approved: 5-0

Ordinance introduced

6:00 P.M.

PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS

Public hearing items are “time-certain” and are heard beginning at 6:00 p.m.  Due to the time-certain requirement, other items may be taken out of order on the agenda to accommodate the 6:00 p.m. public hearing schedule.

43.          City Council: Adoption of a resolution repealing articles 5 ,7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 14, 14.5, 17, 32, 34, 40, and 41 of the 1986 Zoning Ordinance; modifying Articles 10, 11, 13, 30, and 41 of the 1992 Zoning Ordinance; and establishing the amended text for Articles 10C, 11C, 13C, 30, and 41 of the Zoning Ordinance as part of the implementing document of the Local Coastal Program (This item is being continued to 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 8, 2018)

44.            City Council: City Council: Approval of the franchise provider’s annual request for Consumer Price Index adjustment to contractor compensation under the City’s solid waste service contract with Waste Management of California, Inc.; adoption of a resolution establishing maximum rates for the collection of waste matter within the City of Oceanside by adjusting the current solid waste rates by an amount not to exceed 2.257 percent, resulting in a maximum increase of 38 cents ($.38) for the basic residential solid waste and recycling rate and a maximum increase of 2.257 percent to all other rates for services provided under the solid waste contract

A)    Mayor opens public hearing

B)    Mayor requests disclosure of Councilmember and constituent contacts and correspondence

C)    City Clerk presents correspondence and/or petitions

D)    Testimony, beginning with Cari Dale, Water Utilities Director

E)    Recommendation – adopt the resolution

Testimony given

Motion: Sanchez

Second: Kern

Approved: 5-0

Resolution No. 18-R0346-1

45.             City Council: Adoption of a resolution adopting the Final Mitigated Negative Declaration and associated Mitigation, Monitoring, and Reporting Program (MMRP) for the Grandview Pointe project; and adoption of a resolution granting the appeal of the Planning Commission’s denial of and approving Tentative Map (T15-00006), Development Plan (D15-00014), and Density Bonus (DB17-00001) to allow a 30-lot subdivision and development of twenty-six (26) single-family homes and two (2) accessory dwelling units at a 7.04-acre parcel located at 1902 Grandview Street (APN: 151-310-38) between Crouch Street and Hunsaker Street – Grandview Pointe – Applicant: Grandview Community Homes, LLC; Appellant: Grandview Community Homes, LLC

A)    Mayor opens public hearing

B)    Mayor requests disclosure of Councilmember and constituent contacts and correspondence

C)    City Clerk presents correspondence and/or petitions

D)    Testimony, beginning with Sergio Madera, Senior Planner

E)    Testimony of Appellant, if requested

F)    Recommendation – adopt the resolutions

Testimony given

Motion to affirm the Planning Commission’s decision to deny the project without prejudice on the ground that the two affordable accessory dwelling units are not proportional to the market rate units and therefore are not consistent with the city’s Density Bonus and Inclusionary Housing ordinances: Weiss

Second: Sanchez

Approved: 3-2 (Kern, Feller – No)

46.          City Council: Adoption of a resolution adopting the TransNet Local Street Improvement Program of Projects for the City of Oceanside to include in the FY 2018 Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP)

A)    Mayor opens public hearing

B)    Mayor requests disclosure of Councilmember and constituent contacts and correspondence

C)    City Clerk presents correspondence and/or petitions

D)    Testimony, beginning with Gary Kellison, Senior Civil Engineer

E)    Recommendation – adopt the resolution

Testimony given

Motion: Sanchez

Second: Kern

Approved: 5-0

Resolution No. 18-R0347-1

 

47.             City Council: Councilmember Call for Review – 1) Adoption of a resolution certifying the Final Environmental Impact Report with associated Findings of Fact and the Mitigation, Monitoring, and Reporting Program (MMRP); 2) adoption of a resolution approving General Plan Amendment (GPA13-00003) to change the land use designation of APN 159-090-51 and APN 161-030-19 from Estate-B Residential (EB-R) to Medium Density-A Residential (MDA-R; 6-9.9 du/ac) for PA-2,  Medium Density-B Residential (MDB-R; 10.0-.15.0 du/ac) for PA-3,  and Open Space (OS) for Lots A, B, and C; 3) introduction of an ordinance for Zone Amendment (ZA13-00004) to change the zoning designation of APN 161-030-20 from Neighborhood Commercial (CN) to Commercial Professional (CP) for PA-1; 4) introduction of an ordinance for Zone Amendment (ZA15-00001) to change the zoning designations from Residential Estate B with a Scenic Park Overlay (RE-B-SP)for PA-2, PA-3, and the OS areas to a zoning designation of Planned Development with a Scenic Park Overlay (PD-28-SP), and 5) adoption of a resolution approving Tentative Map (T13-00006), Development Plan (D13-00011), and Conditional Use Permit (CUP15-00003) for a planned development consisting of 33 single family homes, 268 townhome units, a two-story 20,000-square foot commercial building, and creation of 34.11 acres of permanently conserved open space for a 70.65-acre site located at the northeastern and northwestern corners of Melrose Drive and Oceanside Boulevard/West Bobier Drive, and within the Peacock Neighborhood Planning Area – Melrose +Oceanside - Applicant:  CWC Land Investments LLC

A)    Mayor opens public hearing

B)    Mayor requests disclosure of Councilmember and constituent contacts and correspondence

C)    City Clerk presents correspondence and/or petitions

D)    Testimony, beginning with Richard Greenbauer, Principal Planner

E)    Testimony of Applicant, if requested

F)    Recommendation – adopt the resolutions and introduce the ordinances

Testimony given

Motion: Kern

Second: Feller

Approved: 4-1 (Sanchez – No)

Resolution No. 18-R0348-1

Resolution No. 18-R0349-1

Ordinances introduced

PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS ON OFF-AGENDA ITEMS

No action will be taken by the City Council/HDB/CDC/OPFA on matters in this category unless it is determined that an emergency exists or that there is a need to take action that became known subsequent to the posting of the agenda.  The presiding officer may hear non-agenda items at any time after the 5:00 p.m. meeting is called to order.

48.          Advance written request to reserve time to speak by
A)   Ms. Cathy Nykiel regarding Oceanside Independence Parade, the Markets, and Patriotic Trifecta

B)    Mr. Stephen Makoff regarding the Kim Center for Gender Equity, a not for profit organization

49.          Communications from the public regarding items not on this agenda – 2 Speakers

MAYOR AND/OR COUNCILMEMBER ITEMS

 

50.          City Council: Request by Councilmembers Jerry Kern and Jack Feller to present the findings from the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce’s independent Economic Impact Study on SOAR conducted by Lynn Reaser Ph.D., of Point Loma Nazarene University

Report presented

GENERAL COUNCILMEMBER COMMENTS

ADOPTION OF ORDINANCES

The following items are ordinances for adoption by the City Council/HDB/CDC/OPFA. Ordinances are laws of the City of Oceanside and require introduction and adoption at two separate City Council meetings (urgency ordinances are an exception, and may be introduced and adopted at one meeting as an emergency measure).  The City Council/HDB/CDC/OPFA has adopted a policy that it is sufficient to read the title of ordinances at the time of introduction and adoption, and that full reading of ordinances may be waived.  After the City Attorney has read the titles, the City Council/HDB/CDC/OPFA may adopt the ordinances below in a single vote.  There will be no discussion of the items unless requested by members of the City Council/HDB/CDC/OPFA or the public through submittal of a Request to Speak form prior to the commencement of this agenda item.

51.          City Council: Adoption of an ordinance adding Chapter 34, Article II, Section 34.6.1 through 34.6.17 to the Oceanside City Code to establish a temporary one-half cent general transactions and use (sales) tax to be administered by the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration including provisions for citizen’s oversight and accountability (Introduced 6/6/2018, 4-1, Kern-no)

Motion: Sanchez

Second: Weiss

Approved: 4-1 (Kern – No)

Ordinance No. 18-OR334-1

ADJOURNMENT

The next regularly scheduled meeting is at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 8, 2018

 

Adjourned at 9:53 p.m.

 

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