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                        AGENDA
         CITY COUNCIL & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION
                                          February 11, 2002
                         
                                     Closed Sessions 5:30 P.M.
                                       Public Meeting 6:30 P.M.
                                      Public Hearings 7:45 P.M.
              Joint Meeting with Rose Bowl Operating Company 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 REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS
    pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8
    Property: 300 West Green Street, Pasadena
    Agency Negotiator: Richard Bruckner
    Negotiating parties: Legacy Partners
B. CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS
    pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8
    Property: 300 East Green Street, Pasadena
    Negotiators: Cynthia Kurtz, Richard Bruckner; Pasadena Ice Skating Center,
    Inc. 
C. CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - PENDING
    LITIGATION pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(a)
    Name of Case: Sean McMorris v. City of Pasadena
    Case No. GC026402
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.
  A.  MS. BETSY RICHMAN REQUESTING CITY COUNCIL TAKE ACTION TO
       SUPPORT MEASURE P, PASADENA CITY COLLEGE FACILITIES BOND
       MEASURE, ON THE MARCH 5, 2002 BALLOT

	118k
  B.  MR. ROBERT WITTRY, PASADENA RESIDENT, REGARDING PASADENA
       THEATERS

	99k
  C.  MR. ALAN BAIR, PASADENA RESIDENT, REGARDING REMOVAL OF A
       MATURE COAST LIVE OAK ON HURLBUT STREET

	111k
3. OLD BUSINESS:  None
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) ADOPTION OF A RESOLUTION AMENDING THE SALARY
           RESOLUTION RELATING TO SALARIES AND BENEFITS FOR
           VARIOUS UNREPRESENTED CLASSIFICATIONS
           Recommendation of City Manager: Adopt a resolution amending the
           Salary Resolution to accomplish the following:
           (a)    Provide adjustments effective December 31, 2001, based on
           market surveys or internal equity to the salary control rates or ranges for
           various unrepresented classifications in the Management Top, Middle,
           and Professional; Technical and Administrative; Confidential-Clerical;
           Non-Represented; and Hourly groups, and effective March 11, 2002 for
           classifications in the Executive group; and
           (b)    Provide benefit adjustments effective December 31, 2001, for the
           classes of Police Commander, Police Commander (Non-Sworn), Police
           Lieutenant, Senior Heating and Refrigeration Technician, and Heating
           and Refrigeration Technician; and
           (c)    Establish nine new classification titles and salaries and delete five
           obsolete classifications.
               It is further recommended that the City Council authorize a journal
           voucher allocating funds from the Personnel Services Reserve to the
           affected General Fund budgets and from the unappropriated fund
           balances to the various non-General Fund budgets.

	285k
   B.  City Clerk
       (1) Receive and file claims against the City of Pasadena
           Claim No. 8944     Harry Brener              $ Unknown
           Claim No. 8945     Juanita Alvarez             Unknown
           Claim No. 8946     Billy Loc Pham             Unknown
5. REPORTS AND COMMENTS FROM COUNCIL COMMITTEES
   A.  Economic Development and Technology Committee
      (1) APPROVAL OF ROSE BOWL OPERATING COMPANY BUSINESS
           PLAN 2002 - 2004 (See Item 12.A.)
      (2) LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH ANSCHUTZ ENTERTAINMENT
           GROUP (AEG) FOR THE PRESENTATION OF A SOCCER MATCH
           FEATURING THE NATIONAL TEAMS OF MEXICO ON SATURDAY,
           MAY 18, OR SUNDAY, MAY 19, 2002 (See Item 12.B.)
      (3) STATUS REPORT ON USE OF MITIGATION FUNDS (See Item 12.C.)
      (4) SUBMITTAL OF ROSE BOWL OPERATING COMPANY ANNUAL
           REPORT FY 2002 (See Item 12.D.)
   B.  Finance Committee
      (1) METROPOLITAN WATER DISTRICT "MWD" OPEN SPACE PARCEL:
           APPROPRIATION OF FUNDS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW OF
           UNDEVELOPED SITE PROPOSED FOR PASSIVE RECREATIONAL
           USE
           Recommendation of City Manager:  
           (a)    Amend the adopted 2002 -2006 Capital Improvement Program by
           adding a new project, MWD Open Space Parcel, for the potential use of
           a 2.03 acre site on the east side of Linda Vista Avenue at its
           intersection with Glen Oaks Boulevard/Linda Glen Drive for passive
           open space uses.
           (b)    Approve a journal voucher appropriating $35,000 from
           unappropriated General Fund reserves to Budget Account No. 78035
           (MWD Open Space Parcel) for carrying out the environmental review
           process, including preliminary engineering, for this project.
           Recreation and Parks Commission Action: On January 4, 2002, the
           Recreation and Parks Commission voted unanimously to endorse the
           proposed use of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California
           land as described in Exhibit A and shown on Exhibit B attached to the
           agenda report for passive open space uses.

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   C.  Legislative Policy Committee
   D.  Municipal Services Committee
      (1) AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO CONTRACT WITH CH2MHILL
           FOR OWNER'S ENGINEERING SERVICES TO SUPPORT THE
           LOCAL REPOWERING PROJECT
           Recommendation of City Manager: 
           (a) Authorize the City Manager to enter into a contract with CH2MHill
           to perform owner's engineering and consulting services associated with
           the purchase and installation of new Gas Turbines and related
           equipment at the Glenarm power plant site for an amount not to exceed
           $640,000.  Competitive bidding is not required pursuant to City Charter
           Section 1002(F), contracts for professional or unique services;
           (b) Grant this contract an exemption from the competitive selection
           process of the Affirmative Action in Contracting Ordinance, pursuant to
           Pasadena Municipal Code Section 4.09.060, contracts for which the
           City's best interests are served; and
           (c) Appropriate an additional $640,000 to the Light and Power Fund
           Capital Improvement Project (CIP) No. 3166 budget project entitled
           "Installation of GT 3 and GT 4" to fund expenses for this contract.

	518k
      (2) AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO CONTRACT WITH GE
           PACKAGED POWER INC. TO SUPPLY EQUIPMENT AND
           ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE LOCAL REPOWERING
           PROJECT
           Recommendation of City Manager:
           (a) Authorize the City Manager to enter into a contract with GE
           Packaged Power Inc. (GE) to perform engineering services and supply
           necessary equipment for the installation of new gas turbines and related
           equipment at the Glenarm power plant site for an amount not to exceed
           $58,000,000.  As to the services, competitive bidding is not required
           pursuant to City Charter Section 1002(F), contracts for professional or
           unique services.  For the equipment, competitive bidding is not required
           pursuant to City Charter Section 1002(H), contracts with other
           governmental entities or their contractors; City Charter Section 1002(C),
           contracts for labor, materials, supplies or services available from only
           one vendor; and should be exempted from competitive bidding under
           the doctrine of impracticality as set forth in the background section of
           the agenda report;
           (b) Grant this contract an exemption from the competitive selection
           process of the Affirmative Action in Contracting Ordinance, pursuant to
           Pasadena Municipal Code Section 4.09.060, contracts for which the
           City's best interests are served; and
           (c) Appropriate an additional $73,360,000 to the Light and Power
           Fund Capital Improvement Project (CIP) No. 3166 budget project
           entitled "Installation of GT 3 and GT 4" to fund anticipated expenses for
           this contract.

	1129k
   E.  Public Safety Committee
      (1) CLOSURE OF ST. LUKE MEDICAL CENTER: ISSUES, IMPACTS
           AND RESPONSES

	1217k
   F.  Reports from Representatives
6. PUBLIC HEARINGS - 7:45 P.M.   
  A.  PUBLIC HEARING: RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ISSUANCE OF
       MULTIFAMILY HOUSING REVENUE BONDS BY THE CALIFORNIA
       STATEWIDE COMMUNITIES DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FOR A
       MULTIFAMILY RENTAL HOUSING FACILITY KNOWN AS PILGRIM
       TOWER NORTH
       Recommendation of City Manager: Adopt a resolution approving the
       issuance of Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds by the California Statewide
       Communities Development Authority for a multifamily rental housing facility
       know as Pilgrim Tower North in order for Retirement Housing Foundation
       (RHF) to acquire the property.

	307k

  B.  PUBLIC HEARING: RESOLUTION APPROVING THE ISSUANCE OF
       MULTIFAMILY HOUSING REVENUE BONDS BY THE CALIFORNIA
       STATEWIDE COMMUNITIES DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FOR A
       MULTIFAMILY RENTAL HOUSING FACILITY KNOWN AS COMMUNITY
       ARMS
       Recommendation of City Manager: Adopt a resolution approving the
       issuance of Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds by the California Statewide
       Communities Development Authority for a multifamily rental housing facility
       known as Community Arms in order for Barker Management (BMI) to acquire
       the property.

	205k
7. RECOMMENDATIONS FROM OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS
   A.  City Council
      (1) CONSIDERATION OF BURBANK-GLENDALE-PASADENA AIRPORT
           PRINCIPLES (Mayor Bogaard)
      (2) APPOINTMENT OF KATHRYN NACK TO THE CITY CENTER
           IMPLEMENTATION TASK FORCE (Community Representative)
      (3) APPOINTMENT OF SUE MOSSMAN TO THE CITY CENTER
           IMPLEMENTATION TASK FORCE (Community Representative)
      (4) APPOINTMENT OF DAVID JASON HAUSER TO THE HUMAN
           RELATIONS COMMISSION (District 5 Nomination)
   B.  City Manager (No items)
8. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION MEETING (To be cancelled)
9. ORDINANCES
   A.  First Reading:
      (1) Conduct first reading of "AN UNCODIFIED ORDINANCE OF THE
           CITY OF PASADENA SUSPENDING SECTIONS 9.36.220 AND
           9.36.230 OF THE PASADENA MUNICIPAL CODE RELATING TO
           LIMITATIONS ON HOURS OF OPERATION OF AMPLIFIED SOUND
           AND NOISE SOURCES FOR SPECIFIED HOURS AT THE ROSE
           BOWL ON JUNE 14 AND 15, 2002" (WANGO TANGO CONCERT)

	189k
      (2) Conduct first reading of "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
           PASADENA SUSPENDING SECTIONS 9.36.220 AND 9.36.230 OF
           THE PASADENA MUNICIPAL CODE RELATING TO LIMITATIONS ON
           HOURS OF OPERATION OF AMPLIFIED SOUND AND NOISE
           SOURCES FOR A PERMITTED EVENT AT VICTORY PARK FOR
           SPECIFIED HOURS ON SUNDAY, MARCH, 31, 2002" (EASTER
           SUNRISE SERVICE)

	168k
   B.  Second Reading:   
      (1) Adopt "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 TO CHANGE THE DESIGNATION FOR THE
           PROPERTY LOCATED AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF
           LINCOLN AVENUE AND MONTANA STREET (455 W. MONTANA
           STREET) (Introduced by Councilmember Holden) 

	203k
10.    INFORMATION ITEMS:   
  A.  UPDATE BY MR. DON CAMPH OF ALDARON, INC., TRANSPORTATION
       CONSULTANT, REGARDING TRANSPORTATION STRATEGIC PLAN

	 508k
11.    COMMUNICATIONS:   None
12.    JOINT MEETING WITH ROSE BOWL OPERATING COMPANY - 8:00 P.M.
  A.  APPROVAL OF ROSE BOWL OPERATING COMPANY BUSINESS PLAN
       2002 - 2004
       Recommendation of the Rose Bowl Operating Company: Approve the
       2002 - 2004 Business Plan.

	101k
  B.  LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH ANSCHUTZ ENTERTAINMENT GROUP
       (AEG) FOR THE PRESENTATION OF A SOCCER MATCH FEATURING
       THE NATIONAL TEAMS OF MEXICO ON SATURDAY, MAY 18, OR
       SUNDAY, MAY 19, 2002
       Recommendation of the Rose Bowl Operating Company:  It is 
       recommended that the City Council approve:
       (1) The authorization of a license agreement with Anschutz Entertainment
       Group for the presentation of an international soccer match featuring the
       Mexican national team with an option for a second date in 2002.
       (2) Make the required finding, pursuant to Arroyo Seco Ordinance Section
       3.32.270, to authorize the presentation of a large soccer match to be held at
       the Rose Bowl as a displacement event(s).

	459k
  C.  STATUS REPORT ON USE OF MITIGATION FUNDS
       Recommendation of Rose Bowl Operating Company:  The agenda report
       is an informational item only.

	296k
  D.  SUBMITTAL OF ROSE BOWL OPERATING COMPANY ANNUAL REPORT
       FY 2002
       Recommendation of Rose Bowl Operating Company: The FY 2002
       Annual Report and collateral materials for the Rose Bowl Operating
       Company are hereby submitted for review and approval.

	267k
  E.  DISCUSSION OF TRASH IN THE ARROYO SECO GENERATED BY ROSE
       BOWL ACTIVITIES (Councilmember Tyler)
13.    PUBLIC COMMENT (Continued)
14.    CLOSED SESSIONS (Continued, if necessary)
15.    ADJOURNMENT

 
                                               SCHEDULED
                         COUNCIL STANDING COMMITTEES

 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE (Chair Steve Madison)

 

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

 

February 20, 2002

March 6, 2002

March 20, 2002

 

FINANCE COMMITTEE (Chair Paul Little)

 

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

Room 345

 

February 11, 2002

February 25, 2002

March 11, 2002

March 25, 2002

 

LEGISLATIVE POLICY COMMITTEE (Chair Bill Bogaard)

 

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

 

February 19, 2002

March 19, 2002

April 16, 2002

 

MUNICIPAL SERVICES COMMITTEE (Chair Sidney F. Tyler)

 

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

Room 240  

 

February 20, 2002

March 6, 2002

March 20, 2002

 

PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE (Chair Steve Haderlein)

 

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

 

February 18, 2002 (To be cancelled)

March 4, 2002

March 18, 2002

                         FUTURE COUNCIL MEETING DATES

 

 

February 18, 2002   (To be cancelled - Holiday)

 

February 25, 2002

 

March 4, 2002

 

March 11, 2002

 

March 18, 2002

 

March 25, 2002

 

April 1, 2002

 

April 8, 2002

 

April 15, 2002

 

April 22, 2002

 

April 29, 2002

  

FUTURE PUBLIC HEARINGS:  

 

March 4, 2002, 8:00 p.m.  -  Revenue Rate Increases - Grandstand Permit Application,

Rose Bowl Admission Tax, New Yearís Day Related Business

 

March 11, 2002, 8:00 p.m. - Call for Review of Conditional Use Permit No. 3890 to the City Council (162-180 N. Hill Avenue, Tommyís Take-Out Restaurant)