ATTACHMENTS TO THE STAFF REPORTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING
AT THE PASADENA PUBLIC LIBRARIES AND CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.

                                                AGENDA 
         CITY COUNCIL, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION,
             &  457 DEFERRED COMPENSATION TRUSTEE MEETING
                                             JUNE 25, 2001
                                    Closed Sessions 5:30 P.M.
                                     Public Meeting 6:30 P.M.
                              Public Hearings begin at 8:00 P.M.
                            Council Chamber, Pasadena City Hall
                              100 N. Garfield Avenue, Room 247
5:30 P.M.  CLOSED SESSIONS
(To be heard at 5:30 p.m., and/or at the conclusion of the meeting)
A. CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR pursuant to
    Government Code Section 54957.6
    Negotiator: Karyn Ezell
    Employee Organization: Pasadena Police Sergeants Association
B. CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - ANTICIPATED
    LITIGATION
    Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to Government Code Section
    54956.9(b): Two potential cases
C. CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE REGARDING PUBLIC EMPLOYEE        
    PERFORMANCE EVALUATION pursuant to Government Code 54957
    Title: City Manager
6:30 P.M.  PUBLIC MEETING
1. ROLL CALL, PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE AND CEREMONIAL MATTERS
2. PUBLIC COMMENT ON MATTERS NOT ON THE AGENDA - Public comment
    will be limited to a total of 20 minutes at the beginning of the meeting and will
    continue under Item 12 (below) "Public Comment (continued)". Please limit
    comments to 3 minutes each.
3. OLD BUSINESS
  A.  PROCESS FOR CITY'S DISTRIBUTION OF  N SYNC CONCERT TICKETS
       (Councilmember Holden)
	
  B.  PREDEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW FOR A PROPOSED "HIGH VOLUME
       RETAIL" PROJECT LOCATED AT 3202 EAST FOOTHILL BOULEVARD 
       Recommendation of City Manager: This report is being provided for
       information purposes only at this time.
	
4. CONSENT CALENDAR
    (The Consent Calendar consists of routine items which will be approved by one
    motion and one vote unless removed for separate discussion) 
   A.  City Manager
      (1) AUTHORIZATION TO CONTRACT WITH ERISS CORPORATION FOR
           A COMPREHENSIVE LOCAL EMPLOYER SURVEY
           Recommendation of City Manager: Authorize the City Manager to
           enter into a contract not to exceed $92,217 with ERISS Corporation to
           conduct a new and updated employer survey of the Foothill Workforce
           Investment Area jurisdiction. Competitive bidding is not required
           pursuant to City Charter Section 1002(F), contracts for professional or
           unique services.
               It is further recommended that the City Council grant this contract
           an exemption from the competitive selection process of the Affirmative
           Action in Contracting Ordinance, pursuant to Section 4.09.060(C),
           contracts from which the City's best interests are served.
	
      (2) EXTENSION OF CONTRACT WITH NATURAL BUILDING
           MAINTENANCE (NBM) CORPORATION FOR CITYWIDE
           HOUSEKEEPING SERVICES
           Recommendation of City Manager:  Authorize the City Manager to
           extend Contract No. 16,544 with Natural Building Maintenance (NBM)
           Corporation on a month-to-month basis with inclusion of the Living
           Wage Ordinance, pending negotiations between the contractor and their
           employee labor union. 
	
      (3) JEFFERSON PARK PLAYGROUND IMPROVEMENTS:
           CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT AWARD TO THOMSEN LANDSCAPE
           FOR $120,000 AND APPROPRIATION OF $35,220 IN SAFE
           NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS PROPOSITION OF 1996 FUNDS AND
           $20,000 IN RESIDENTIAL IMPACT FEES TO SAID PROJECT
           Recommendation of City Manager:
           (a) Accept the bid dated June 5, 2001, submitted by Thomsen
           Landscape in response to the specifications for the Jefferson Park
           Playground Improvements, reject all other bids received, and authorize
           the City Manager to enter into such contract as is required.  The amount
           of the proposed contract is $120,000.
           (b) Approve a journal voucher recognizing $35,220 from the Per
           Parcel Discretionary Grant Program of the Safe Neighborhood Parks
           Proposition of 1996 and appropriating it to Budget Account 78024
           (Jefferson Park - Reconstruct and Fence Tot Lot).
           (c) Approve a journal voucher recognizing $20,000 in Residential
           Import Fees (Fee No. R0013621) and appropriating it to Budget Account
           No. 78024.
	
      (4) TRANSFER OF SURPLUS PERSONAL PROPERTY TO THE LOS
           ANGELES URBAN LEAGUE/PASADENA FOOTHILL BRANCH
           Recommendation of City Manager:  Authorize the transfer of surplus
           used computers to the Los Angeles Urban League/Pasadena Foothill
           Branch.  It is further recommended that the City Council, based upon 
           the information contained in the agenda report, find that a public
           purpose is served by exempting the proposed transfer from the
           provisions of the Surplus Equipment and Goods Ordinance, Pasadena
           Municipal Code Chapter 4.04, pursuant to Section 4.04.080.
	
      (5) AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO CONTRACTS WITH G & W
           ELECTRIC COMPANY AND CANADA POWER PRODUCTS
           CORPORATION FOR FURNISHING AND DELIVERING 15 KV SF-6
           GAS INSULATED SWITCH AND RESETTABLE FAULT
           INTERRUPTER FOR THE WATER AND POWER DEPARTMENT
           Recommendation of City Manager:
           (a) Accept the bid dated May 1, 2001, submitted by G & W Electric
           Company, in response to Item I, 4-Way and 5-Way 15kV 600A, SF-6
           Gas Insulated Load Break Switch;
           (b) Accept the bid dated April 26, 2001, submitted by Canada Power
           Products Corporation, in response to Item II, 15kV 200A SF-6 Gas
           Insulated Resettable Fault Interrupter;
           (c) Reject all other bids; and
           (d) Authorize the Purchasing Administrator to issue a purchase order
           contract not to exceed $110,239.08 and $83,106.00 with three optional
           one-year extensions each not to exceed $115,000.00 and $86,000.00
           respectively per year.
	       
      (6) AUTHORIZATION TO EXTEND CONTRACT NO. 16,935 WITH
           TIDEMARK FOR PLANNING AND PERMITTING DEPARTMENT
           SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE SERVICES
           Recommendation of City Manager:
           (a) Authorize the City Manager to extend Contract No. 16,935 with
           Tidemark in an amount not to exceed $33,742 for software maintenance
           and support services for fiscal year 2002.  Competitive bidding is not
           required pursuant to City Charter Section 1002(F), professional or
           unique services.
           (b) Authorize the City Manager to approve subsequent annual
           extensions of Contract No. 16,935 in amounts specified by Tidemark for
           annual software maintenance and support services.
           (c) Grant the proposed contract extensions an exemption from the
           Affirmative Action in Contracting Ordinance pursuant to Pasadena
           Municipal Code Chapter 4.09, Section 4.90.060(B)(1), contracts for
           labor, materials, supplies or services available from a sole source.   
	
      (7) AUTHORIZATION TO AMEND CONTRACT NO. 17,178 WITH
           COTTON BRIDGES AND ASSOCIATES TO PREPARE AN
           ADDENDUM TO THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT FOR THE
           RAYMOND THEATER
           Recommendation of City Manager:  Authorize the City Manager to
           increase Contract No. 17,178 from $86,663 to an amount not to exceed
           $152,588 with Cotton Bridges and Associates Inc. to prepare an
           addendum to the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Raymond
           Theater.
	       
      (8) SALARY RESOLUTION AMENDMENT TO ESTABLISH PARKS
           SAFETY SPECIALIST
           Recommendation of City Manager: Adopt a Salary Resolution
           Amendment to establish a new classification entitled Parks Safety
           Specialist in the Technical/Administrative Section of the Salary
           Resolution effective June 25, 2001.
	
      (9) ADOPTION OF RATIFIED MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
           BETWEEN CITY OF PASADENA AND PASADENA POLICE
           SERGEANTS ASSOCIATION (PPSA) FOR THE TERM APRIL 27,
           2001 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 5, 2004
           Recommendation of City Manager: Adopt the Successor
           Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the City and PPSA for
           the period April 27, 2001 through September 5, 2004; and direct the
           Director of Finance to prepare a journal voucher allocating funds from
           the Personnel Services Reserves.           
	
 (10)    RESOLUTION APPROVING A GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT FOR
           THE PROPERTIES LOCATED AT 1705-1735 OUTPOST LANE (See
           related Item 10.A.1.)
           Recommendation of City Manager:  Adopt a resolution (Attachment 1
           of the agenda report) approving a General Plan Amendment from Open
           Space to Low Density Residential (6-0 dwelling units/net acre) for the
           properties located at 1705-1735 Outpost Lane.
	
 (11)    RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING REVISIONS TO THE JOINT EXERCISE
          OF POWERS AGREEMENT CREATING AN INTERIM WEST SAN
          GABRIEL VALLEY TRANSPORTATION ZONE
          Recommendation of City Manager: Adopt a resolution authorizing the
          City Manager to sign the agreement titled "Joint Exercise of Powers
          Agreement Creating an Interim West San Gabriel Valley Transportation
          Zone."  This Agreement contains administrative amendments to the City
          Council authorized agreement entered into in April 2001.
	
   B.  City Clerk
      (1) CONTRACT AMENDMENT WITH MARTIN AND CHAPMAN TO
           INCREASE THE AUTHORIZED CONTRACT AMOUNT AN
           ADDITIONAL $37,948.18 FOR PROFESSIONAL ELECTION
           SERVICES AND SUPPLIES RENDERED IN FISCAL YEAR 2001
           Recommendation of City Clerk: Authorize the City Clerk to enter into
           a contract amendment with Martin & Chapman Company to increase the
           total contract amount an additional $37,948.18 (from $315,838.00 to 
           $353,786.18) for professional election services and supplies rendered
           for the November 7, 2000 special municipal election, the March 6, 2001,
           primary consolidated municipal election, and the April 17, 2001,
           Pasadena Unified School District general election.
	
      (2) Receive and file claims against the City of Pasadena
           Claim No. 8804          Nelson Ramsey                         $4,300.00
           Claim No. 8805          Andrea Bellman                              411.53
           Claim No. 8806          Julius W. MacDonald                   1,874.66
           Claim No. 8807          Michael and Cyndia Wheeler,       2,422.43
                                           by State Farm Insurance
5. REPORTS AND COMMENTS FROM COUNCIL COMMITTEES
   A.  Business Enterprise Committee
   B.  Deregulation Committee
      (1) SUMMER 2001 ENERGY CONSERVATION PROGRAM AND ENERGY
           EFFICIENCY RETROFITS FOR CITY FACILITIES
           Recommendation of City Manager:
           (a) Adopt the proposed Summer 2001 Energy Conservation Program
           to reduce energy consumption by 10% in all City facilities; and
           (b) Approve a journal voucher appropriating a total of $586,323 to the
           following unfunded Capital projects for the following City facilities:
                  Community Health Center - To purchase and install an automatic
                  building control system.  Sources of funds: Health Fund -
                  $133,500, Public Benefits Charge Fund - $44,500;
                  Police Building - To purchase and install an energy management
                  system (EMS).  Source of funds: Charter Capital Fund - $135,242,
                  Public Benefits Charge Fund - $45,081; and
                  Villa Parke Center - To purchase and install an energy
                  management system, heating, ventilating, and air conditioning
                  system (VAC), and swimming pool boiler.  Source of funds: Charter
                  Capital Fund - $171,000, Public Benefits Charge Fund - $57,000.
	
      (2) OPPOSE STATE SENATE BILL 350 (ALPERT) - METROPOLITAN
           WATER DISTRICTS
           Recommendation of City Manager: Support Metropolitan Water
           District's (MWD) opposition to State Senate Bill 350 as introduced by
           Senator Dede Alpert and amended by the Senate Local Government
           Committee.
	
   C.  Finance Committee
      (1) QUARTERLY INVESTMENT REPORT - QUARTER ENDING 3/31/01
           Recommendation of City Manager: This item is for information only.
	
   D.  Legislative Policy Committee
      (1) OPPOSE SENATE BILL 974 (TORLAKSON) - PUBLIC CONTRACTS
           CODE AND SENATE BILL 1119 (MARGETT)
           Recommendation of City Manager:
           (a) Join with the League of California Cities to oppose Senate Bill 974
           (Torlakson) and Senate Bill 1119 (Margett), Public Contracts Code.
           (b) Authorize the Mayor to send letters to the appropriate authorities
           stating Pasadena's position.
	
      (2) SUPPORT FOR SENATE BILL 599 (CHESBRO) - HEALTH CARE
           SERVICE PLANS: SUBSTANCE-USE DISORDERS
           Recommendation of City Manager:
           (a) Support Senate Bill 599 (Chesbro) - Health Care Service Plans:
           Substance-Use Disorders; and
           (b) Authorize the Mayor to send letters to the appropriate authorities
           stating Pasadena's position.
	
      (3) SUPPORT FOR ASSEMBLY BILL 1021 (GOLDBERG) - PARKING
           AND BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT AREAS
           Recommendation of City Manager:
           (a) Support Assembly Bill 1021 (Goldberg) Parking and Business
           Improvement Areas.
           (b) Authorize the Mayor to send letters to the appropriate authorities
           stating Pasadena's position.
	
      (4) SUPPORT FOR SENATE BILL 211 (TORLAKSON) -
           REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT AREA TIME LIMITS
           Recommendation of City Manager:
           (a) Support Senate Bill 211 (Torlakson) Redevelopment Project Area
           Time Limits.
           (b) Authorize the Mayor to send letters to the appropriate authorities
           stating Pasadena's position of support.
	
      (5) OPPOSE SENATE BILL 424 (BURTON) - WORKERS'
           COMPENSATION
           Recommendation of City Manager:
           (a) Oppose Senate Bill 424 (Burton), an act to add Section 3213.2 to
           the Labor Code, relating to Workers' Compensation.
           (b) Authorize the Mayor to send letters to the appropriate authorities
           stating Pasadena's position.
	
      (6) OPPOSE SENATE BILL 1018 (PERATA FLOREZ) - LOCAL SAFETY
           MEMBERS - LOCAL PROSECUTORS, PUBLIC DEFENDERS, AND
           PUBLIC DEFENDER
           Recommendation of City Manager: Oppose Senate Bill 1018 - Local
           Safety Members - Local Prosecutors, Public Defenders, and Public
           Defender.
	

      (7) SUPPORT FOR SENATE BILL 27 (BRULTE) - LAW ENFORCEMENT
           TECHNOLOGY GRANTS
           Recommendation of City Manager:
           (a) Support Senate Bill 27 (Brulte) - Law Enforcement Technology
           Grants.
           (b) Authorize the Mayor to send letters to the appropriate authorities
           stating Pasadena's position.
	
      (8) SUPPORT FOR SENATE BILL 823 (POOCHIGIAN AND BURTON) -
           LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT FUNDING
           Recommendation of City Manager:
           (a) Support Senate Bill 823 (Poochigian and Burton) - Local Law
           Enforcement Funding.
           (b) Authorize the Mayor to send letters to the appropriate authorities
           stating Pasadena's position.
	
   E.  Public Safety Committee
   F.  Reports from Representatives
6. PUBLIC HEARING - 8:00 P.M.   
  A.  CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING: RECOMMENDED FY 2002 TO 2006
       CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM BUDGET
       Recommendation of City Manager: Hear public comment and continue the
       public hearing to July 9, 2001 at 8:00 p.m., at which time the City Council will
       be asked to close the public hearing and formally adopt the FY 2002-2006
       Capital Improvement Program Budget.   
7. RECOMMENDATIONS FROM OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS
   A.  City Council
      (1) PROPOSED MODIFICATION TO COUNCIL STANDING COMMITTEES
           (Mayor Bogaard)
	
      (2) BUNGALOW HEAVEN NEIGHBORHOOD TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
           PLAN (Vice Mayor Little)
      (3) REAPPOINTMENT OF RICHARD QUIRK TO THE
           TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COMMISSION, EFFECTIVE JULY 1,
           2001 (District 5 Appointment)
      (4) REAPPOINTMENT OF MICHAEL ZINZUN TO THE PASADENA
           COMMUNITY ACCESS CORPORATION BOARD, EFFECTIVE JULY 1,
           2001 (District 3 Appointment)
      (5) REAPPOINTMENT OF DAVID GOODRICH TO THE 457 TRUST
           ADMINISTRATOR COMMITTEE, EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2001 (Mayoral
           Appointment)
      (6) REAPPOINTMENT OF MARK NAY TO THE DESIGN COMMISSION,
           EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2001 (At-large/Mayoral recommendation)
      (7) REAPPOINTMENT OF JAN PYLKO TO THE COMMISSION ON THE
           STATUS OF WOMEN, EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2001 (At-large/Mayoral
           recommendation)
      (8) RESIGNATION OF JENNIFER SY YU FROM THE COMMUNITY
           HEALTH ALLIANCE OF PASADENA (Council Appointment)
   B.  City Manager
      (1) AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH THE
           PASADENA HUMANE SOCIETY FOR A MUNICIPAL ANIMAL
           CONTROL SHELTER SYSTEM AND RABIES CONTROL PROGRAM
           Recommendation of City Manager:
           (a) Authorize the City Manager to enter into a contract with the
           Pasadena Humane Society and SPCA for a period of three years, for
           operation of a municipal animal control program, animal shelter system
           and rabies control program.  The amount of the first year shall be
           $837,000 which shall be adjusted annually based upon the change in
           the Consumer Price Index for the Los Angeles-Anaheim-Riverside area
           for the latest available preceding 12-month period.
           (b) Grant this contract an exemption from the vendor selection process
           of the Affirmative Action in Contracting Ordinance, Pasadena Municipal
           Code Chapter 4.09, pursuant to Section 4.09.060(C), contracts for
           which the City's best interests are served.
	
8. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION MEETING (To be canceled)
9. THE 457 DEFERRED COMPENSATION TRUSTEE MEETING   
  A.  APPROVAL OF MINUTES   -   DECEMBER 11, 2000
  B.  PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF SELECTED DEFERRED
       COMPENSATION INVESTMENT OPTIONS
	
10.    ORDINANCES
   A.  First Reading:
      (1) Conduct first reading of "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
           PASADENA AMENDING THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE CITY
           OF PASADENA ESTABLISHED BY SECTION 17.08.040 OF THE
           PASADENA MUNICIPAL CODE FROM  OS (OPEN SPACE) TO RS-
           2HD (SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL, 2 DWELLING UNITS/NET
           ACRE), HILLSIDE DISTRICT OVERLAY) FOR THE PROPERTIES
           LOCATED AT 1703-1735 OUTPOST LANE
	
      (2) Conduct first reading of "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
           PASADENA AMENDING TITLE 17 (REVISED ZONING ORDINANCE)
           OF THE PASADENA MUNICIPAL CODE TO REQUIRE
           INCLUSIONARY HOUSING" (See related Item 11.A.) (To be heard at
           9:00 p.m. or thereafter)
	
      (3) Conduct first reading of "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
           PASADENA AMENDING TITLE 17 (THE ZONING CODE) TO
           CHANGE THE DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS OF THE PD-21
           (PLANNED DEVELOPMENT-21, MONTGOMERY ENGINEERING)
           ZONING DISTRICT"
	
   B.  Second Reading:       
      (1) Adopt "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PASADENA ADDING A
           NEW CHAPTER 6.40 TO THE PASADENA MUNICIPAL CODE
           RESTRICTING THE DISPLAY OF ANIMALS FOR ENTERTAINMENT
           AMUSEMENT PURPOSES" (Introduced by Vice Mayor Little)
	
11.    INFORMATION ITEMS
  A.  INCLUSIONARY HOUSING CODE AMENDMENT REGULATIONS, IN-LIEU
       FEE SCHEDULE AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING COST CHARTS (See
       related Item 10.A.2.) (To be heard at 9:00 p.m. or thereafter)
       Recommendation of City Manager: This report is for information only.
	
  B.  COMPARISON OF 1990 AND 2000 CENSUS DATA FOR THE PURPOSE
       OF REDISTRICTING (To be heard at 7:30 p.m. or thereafter)
       Recommendation of City Manager: This report is for information only.
	     
  C.  UPDATE ON ELECTRIC POWER ISSUES AND THE IMPACT ON
       PASADENA CUSTOMERS (Oral report) (To be heard after Items 5.B.1 and
       5.B.2)       
12.    COMMUNICATIONS  -   None
13.    PUBLIC COMMENT (Continued)
14.    CLOSED SESSIONS (Continued, if necessary)
15.    ADJOURNMENT

                                          SCHEDULE

                    COUNCIL STANDING COMMITTEES

 

BUSINESS ENTERPRISE COMMITTEE

 

Meets the first and third Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in Council
Conference Room 240

 

July 4, 2001 (To be canceled)

July 18, 2001

August 1, 2001

 

DEREGULATION COMMITTEE

 

Meets the first and third Wednesday of each month at 5:00 p.m. in Council
Conference Room 240

 

July 4, 2001 (To be canceled)

July 18, 2001

August 1, 2001

 

FINANCE COMMITTEE

 

Meets the second and fourth Monday of each month at 4:00 p.m. in Finance
Department Conference
Room 345

 

June 25, 2001 (Special joint meeting with City Council, 3:00 p.m., Council Chamber)

July 9, 2001 (Special joint meeting with City Council, 3:00 p.m., Council Chamber)

July 23, 2001

 

LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE

 

Meets the third Tuesday of each month at 4:00 p.m. in the Council Conference
Room 240

 

July 17, 2001

August 21, 2001

September 18, 2001

 

PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE

 

Meets the first and third Monday of each month at 4:15 p.m. in the Management
Conference Room 323

 

July 2, 2001 (To be canceled)

July 16, 2001

August 6, 2001



                   
FUTURE COUNCIL MEETING DATES

 

July 2, 2001 (To be canceled)

 

July 9, 2001

 

July 16, 2001

 

July 23, 2001

 

July 30, 2001

 

August 6, 2001

 

August 13, 2001

 

August 20, 2001

 

August 27, 2001 (To be canceled)

 

September 3, 2001 (To be canceled)

 

September 10, 2001

 

September 17, 2001

 

September 24, 2001

 

FUTURE PUBLIC HEARINGS/APPEALS:

 

July 9, 2001, 8:00 p.m. - Appeal of Design Commissionís Approval of Consolidated

Design Review of the Boston Court Theater located at 70 North Mentor Avenue

 

July 16, 2001, 8:00 p.m. - Call for Review of Board of Zoning Appealís Decision regarding
Small Collection Facility/Recycling Center located at 452 North Los Robles Avenue

 

July 23, 2001, 8:00 p.m. - Public Hearing: Zone Change from RM-32 (Multi-family Resdential,
0-32 units/acre) to RM-32 PK (Multi-family Residential, 0-32 units/acre - Parking District Overlay)
for a portion of the property located at 236 North Chester Avenue.

 

August 6, 2001, 8:00 p.m. - Public Hearing: General Fee Schedule re Various Penalty Fees
(Neighborhood Blight, Code Enforcement, Nuisances)