AGENDA
         CITY COUNCIL & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION
                          APRIL 12, 1999
                     Public Meeting 6:30 P.M.
                Public Hearings begin at 8:00 P.M.
                         Council Chamber
                   Pasadena City Hall, Room 247
5:30 P.M.  DINNER RECESS
6:30 P.M.  PUBLIC MEETING
1. ROLL CALL AND CEREMONIAL MATTERS
2. PUBLIC COMMENT ON MATTERS NOT ON THE AGENDA
   A.  DR. VERA VIGNES, SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS AND/OR MS. LISA
       FLOWER, PRESIDENT, REGARDING PROCESS FOR FILLING
       PASADENA BOARD OF EDUCATION SEAT 1
3. OLD BUSINESS   -   No Items
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) RELEASE OF FUNDS FROM THE JUVENILE ACCOUNTABILITY
           INCENTIVE BLOCK GRANTS (JAIBG) PROGRAM TO THE COUNTY
           OF LOS ANGELES
           Recommendation of City Manager:   Approve a resolution authorizing
           the transfer of grant entitlements totaling $65,736 available to the
           Pasadena Police Department, to the District Attorney's Office of the
           County of Los Angeles.  The money will be used in conjunction with
           similar grant fund money from the cities of Glendale and Burbank to hire
           a deputy district attorney for vertical prosecution of juvenile offenders in
           the Pasadena Juvenile Court.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED

       (2) APPROVAL OF AMENDMENT TO FY 1999 AND FY 2000
           CHILDHOOD LEAD POISONING PREVENTION BRANCH (CLPPB)
           CONTRACT NO. 16,569 BETWEEN THE CITY OF PASADENA
           PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT AND THE STATE DEPARTMENT
           OF HEALTH SERVICES IN THE TOTAL AMOUNTS OF $181,282 FOR
           FY 1998-1999 AND $201,440 FOR FY 1999-2000
           Recommendation of City Manager:   
           (a) Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute an
           amendment to the FY 1999 and FY 2000 Childhood Lead Poisoning
           Prevention Branch (CLPPB) contract with the State Department of
           Health Services in the amounts of $181,282 for the period July 1, 1998 -
           June 30, 1999, and $201,440 for the period July 1, 1999 - June 30,
           2000; and
           (b) Approve a journal voucher increasing estimated FY 1999
           appropriations and revenues in Account No. 563500 by $39,694, from
           $141,588 to $181,282 (increasing estimated revenues in Account
           No. 6454 by $9,805, and in Account No. 6274 by $29,889).
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
       (3) TIEBACK AGREEMENTS BETWEEN THE CITY OF PASADENA AND
           BUCHANAN-SYMONDS LIMITED PARTNERSHIP AND TELACU
           HOUSING-PASADENA, INC., REQUIRED FOR THE SHORING OF
           THE PASADENA COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT PUBLIC PARKING
           STRUCTURE
           Recommendation of City Manager:   
           (a) Adopt a resolution approving Tieback Agreements with Buchanan-
           Symonds Limited Partnership and with TELACU Housing-Pasadena,
           Inc., with the terms and conditions as set forth in the background section
           of the agenda report; and authorize the City Manager to execute and the
           City Clerk to attest said License Agreement on behalf of the City of
           Pasadena.
           (b) Approve a journal voucher appropriating $130,249 to Budget
           Account No. 407-763222 - Marriott Public Parking Structure.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
   B.  City Clerk
       (1) Receive and file claims against the City of Pasadena
           Claim No. 8231          Darcy Smith     $      		609.20
           Claim No. 8232          Guardian Medical Trans. Inc.		4,150.00
           Claim No. 8233          John J. Bucklin        		477.25
           Claim No. 8234          Darlene R. Jordan   			5,033.74
	ACTION:	RECEIVED AND FILED
   
       (2) Public Hearings Set:
           April 26, 1999, 8:00 p.m. - FY 2000-2004 Capital Improvement 
               Program
           May 10, 1999, 8:00 p.m. - Oswego Zone Change
           May 17, 1999, 8:00 p.m. - FY 2000 Recommended Operating Budget
	ACTION:	HEARINGS SET

5. REPORTS AND COMMENTS FROM COUNCIL COMMITTEES
   A.  Business Enterprise Committee
   B.  Deregulation Committee
   C.  Finance Committee
   D.  Legislative Policy Committee
   E.  Public Safety Committee
   F.  Reports from Representatives
6. PUBLIC HEARINGS - 8:00 P.M.

   A.  PUBLIC HEARING:   NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT A NEGATIVE
       DECLARATION FOR A GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT FOR THE "a5
       LAKE AVENUE OFFICE AREA - DEL MAR/CORDOVA TO THE
       FREEWAY"
       Recommendation of City Manager:    Continue the public hearing to
       April 26, 1999, at 8:00 p.m.
	ACTION:	PUBLIC HEARING CONTINUED TO 4/26/99, 8:00 P.M.
   B.  CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING:   ADOPTION OF THE AMENDED
       MEMORIAL PARK MASTER PLAN AND NEGATIVE DECLARATION
       Recommendation of City Manager:
       (1) Approve the Initial Study and adopt the Negative Declaration prepared
       for the Amended Memorial Park Master Plan;
       (2) Adopt the De Minimis Finding of no impact on fish and wildlife;
       (3) Adopt the Amended Memorial Park Master Plan;
       (4) Direct the City Clerk to certify the Notice of Determination, Negative
       Declaration, and Certificate of Exemption from Fish and Game fees;
       (5) Direct the Parks and Natural Resources Division to file the Notice of
       Determination, Negative Declaration, and Certificate of Exemption from Fish
       and Game fees with the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County
       Clerk.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
   C.  PUBLIC HEARING:   GENERAL PLAN AND ZONE CHANGE FOR
       PROPERTY LOCATED AT 3053  EAST DEL MAR BOULEVARD FOR
       THE CRIPPLED CHILDREN'S SOCIETY
       Recommendation of City Manager:
       (1) Approve the Initial Environmental Study and Mitigated Negative
       Declaration (Attachment 1 of the agenda report);
       (2) Adopt the Environmental Mitigation Measures and the Mitigation
       Monitoring Program (Attachment 2 of the agenda report);
       (3) Approve the De Minimis Impact Finding on the State Fish and Wildlife
       Habitat (Attachment 3 of the agenda report);
       (4) Approve the General Plan Amendment from Open Space to Low
       Density Residential (0-6 dwelling units/net acre) (Exhibit 1 of the agenda
       report);
       (5) Approve the Zone Change from OS (Open Space) to RS-6 (Single-
       family Residential District, 6 dwelling units/net acre) (Exhibit 2 of the agenda
       report);
       (6) Adopt a resolution (Attachment 4 of the agenda report) approving a
       General Plan Amendment from Open Space to Low Density Residential (0-6
       dwelling units/net acre) as shown in the attached map (Exhibit 1 of the
       agenda report);
       (7) Direct the City Clerk to file a Notice of Determination and a Certificate of
       Fee Exemption for the California Department of Fish and Game with the Los
       Angeles County Recorder (Attachment 5 of the agenda report); and
       (8) Hold 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 (3053  EAST DEL MAR BOULEVARD ZONE CHANGE)"
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
   D.  PUBLIC HEARING:   PROPOSED BASIS AND METHOD OF LEVYING
       ASSESSMENTS AND THE LEVY OF THE ANNUAL ASSESSMENT FOR
       FISCAL YEAR 1999 FOR THE SOUTH LAKE BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT
       DISTRICT
       Recommendation of City Manager:  
       (1) Hold a public hearing to consider the proposed basis and method of
       levying assessments and the levy of the annual assessment for Fiscal Year
       1999 for the South Lake Business Improvement District ("District").
       (2) At the conclusion of the public hearing, adopt a resolution confirming the
       Annual Report of the South Lake Business Association ("Association") for the
       District for Fiscal Year 1999, and establishing the basis and method of
       levying assessments and levying assessments within the South Lake
       Business Improvement District for Fiscal Year 1999.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
7. RECOMMENDATIONS FROM OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS
   A.  City Council
       (1) DISCUSSION AND ACTION TO SUPPORT THE EFFORT TO BRING 
           A NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE FRANCHISE TEAM TO LOS
           ANGELES   (Councilmember Little)
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	ACTION:	COUNCIL WILL SUPPORT EFFORT
       (2) APPOINTMENT OF 1999 NOBLE AWARD COMMITTEE MEMBERS
           (Mayor Holden)
	ACTION:	ITEM HELD TO COUNCIL MEETING OF 4/26/99
       (3) APPOINTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
           MEMBERS JOEL BRYANT AS MEMBER, AND BRIAN WILLIAMS AS
           ALTERNATE, TO THE CITY CENTER IMPLEMENTATION TASK
           FORCE 
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
   B.  City Manager
       (1) PROCESS FOR DESIGNATION OF A COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY
           FOR THE FOOTHILL AREA OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY
           Recommendation of City Manager:   
           (a) Approve the release of a "Notice of Intent to Designate a
           Community Action Agency" for the Foothill area (Pasadena, South
           Pasadena, Sierra Madre, Arcadia, Monrovia, Duarte and Altadena);
           (b) Authorize staff to conduct, in cooperation with the other Foothill
           region cities and L.A. County, at least one Public Hearing to receive
           written and oral input on the designation of a Community Action Agency
           for the Foothill region;
           (c) Schedule a Public Hearing on May 24, 1999, at 8:00 p.m., to
           review the public input, findings, and recommendations, and take action
           to recommend to the State designation of a new Community Action
           Agency for the Foothill area.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
       (2) SENATE BILL 1221 (SCHIFF) SUPPORT FOR HISTORIC PROPERTY
           MAINTENANCE FUND
           Recommendation of City Manager:   Adopt a resolution and authorize
           the Mayor to send a letter to the appropriate officials supporting Senate
           Bill 1221 (Schiff) to establish the Historic Property Maintenance Fund.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
       (3) CONTROLLING VEHICULAR CRUISING
           Recommendation of City Manager:   Direct the City Attorney to
           prepare an ordinance of the City of Pasadena adding Chapter 10.38 to
           the Pasadena Municipal Code controlling vehicular cruising.
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	ACTION:	STAFF TO RETURN TO COUNCIL WITH MORE INFORMATION REGARDING 
	ENFORCEMENT AND IMPACT ON CITIES WHERE SIMILAR ORDINANCE WAS ADOPTED.

       (4) OPPOSITION TO ASSEMBLY BILL 1626 (MIGDEN/TORLARKS0N) -
           AN ACT TO AMEND SECTIONS 17922, 18916, 18931, AND 18938 OF
           THE HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE, RELATING TO BUILDING
           STANDARDS
           Recommendation of City Manager:   Adopt a resolution and authorize
           the Mayor to send a letter to the appropriate officials opposing Assembly
           Bill 1626 (Migden/Torlakson) to be presented to the Housing and
           Community Development Committee on April 14, 1999.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
   C.  Advisory Bodies
       (1) PRELIMINARY DRAFT OF PASADENA COMMUNITY ACCESS
           CORPORATION'S BUSINESS PLAN
	ACTION:	ITEM HELD TO COUNCIL MEETING OF 4/26/99

8. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION MEETING
   A.  APPROVAL OF A GRANT IN THE AMOUNT OF $15,000 TO CHRISTMAS
       IN APRIL * PASADENA FROM THE LOW AND MODERATE INCOME
       HOUSING TRUST FUND, OF THE PASADENA COMMUNITY
       DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION, FOR THE PROVISION OF MINOR
       HOUSING REHABILITATION ACTIVITY IN THE FANNIE MAE
       REVITALIZATION AREA  
       Recommendation of Chief Executive Officer:   It is recommended that the
       Pasadena Community Development Commission ("Commission") adopt a
       resolution:
       (a) Finding and determining that the proposed expenditure of $15,000 from
       the Commission's Low and Moderate Income Housing Trust Funds ("Housing
       Trust Funds"), is necessary to assist in the rehabilitation efforts of homes
       located in the FANNIE MAE Revitalization Area.
       (b) Approving a $15,000 grant from the Low and Moderate Income Housing
       Trust Fund General Account to "Christmas in April * Pasadena" to fund the
       annual housing rehabilitation program in the city of Pasadena for low income
       families, elderly and disabled individuals.
       (c) Amend the budget to approve a journal voucher in the amount of
       $15,000 to be taken from the unallocated fund balance of the Low/Moderate
       Income Housing Trust Fund.
       (d) Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute, and the Secretary to
       attest, the contract with Christmas in April * Pasadena for said services.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
9. ORDINANCES
   A.  First Reading:
       (1) Hold 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 (3053  EAST DEL MAR
           BOULEVARD ZONE CHANGE)"   (See related Item 6.C., 8:00 p.m.)
	ACTION:	OFFERED FOR FIRST READING BY VICE MAYOR STREATOR
   B. Second Reading:   None
           
10.    INFORMATION ITEMS  -   None 
11.    COMMUNICATIONS  -   None
12.    CLOSED SESSIONS  -  None
13.    ADJOURNMENT