AGENDA
         CITY COUNCIL & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION
                          APRIL 26, 1999
                     Closed Session 5:30 P.M.
                     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.  CLOSED SESSION
A. CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING
   LITIGATION pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9:
   Name of Cases:   Southern California Edison Co. v. United States of America;
   United States of America v. City of Los Angeles, City of Pasadena, et al.  U.S.
   Court of Federal Claims, Case Nos. 96-104C, 96-103C
	ACTION:	NO ACTION REPORTED
6:30 P.M.  PUBLIC MEETING
1. ROLL CALL AND CEREMONIAL MATTERS
2. PUBLIC COMMENT ON MATTERS NOT ON THE AGENDA
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) APPROVAL AND ACCEPTANCE OF PROPOSED EASEMENT FOR
           SANITARY SEWER AND PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES AT 1092
           NORTH GARFIELD AVENUE
           Recommendation of City Manager:   Adopt a resolution approving and
           accepting the proposed easement for sanitary sewer and public utility
           purposes for 1094 North Garfield Avenue at 1092 North Garfield
           Avenue.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED

       (2) RATIFIED AGREEMENT BETWEEN CITY OF PASADENA AND
           PASADENA POLICE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION (PPOA) FOR THE
           TERM APRIL 27, 1998 THROUGH APRIL 24, 2000
           Recommendation of City Manager:   Adopt the Successor
           Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the City and PPOA for
           the period April 27, 1998 through April 24, 2000; and direct the Director
           of Finance to prepare a journal voucher allocating funds from the
           Personnel Services Reserves.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
       (3) APPROVAL OF FINAL TRACT MAP NO. 52630 TO SUBDIVIDE
           EXISTING LOTS AT 180 SOUTH SAN GABRIEL BOULEVARD
           Recommendation of City Manager:    Adopt a resolution to:
           (a) Approve the Final Tract Map No. 52630.
           (b) Authorize the City Manager to execute a Subdivision Improvement
           Contract with Homestar Corporation, a California Corporation.
           (c) Accept the offer of dedication of a new street, San Marcos Drive,
           and the easements for sidewalk and public utility purposes as shown on
           Tract Map No. 52630.
           (d) Authorize the City Clerk to execute the Certificate on the map
           showing the City's approval of said map and acceptance of said
           dedication and easements.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
       (4) AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH HENWOOD
           ENERGY SERVICES, INC. FOR ENERGY SCHEDULING,
           ACCOUNTING, PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT AND LOAD
           FORECASTING SOFTWARE, INCLUDING IMPLEMENTATION
           SERVICES
           Recommendation of City Manager:   Authorize the General Manager
           to enter into a contract without competitive bidding pursuant to City
           Charter Subsection 1002(F), professional or unique services, with
           Henwood Energy Services, Inc. ("HESI"), a California corporation, for
           energy scheduling, accounting, portfolio management and load
           forecasting software, including implementation services, for an amount
           not to exceed $347,000.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
   B.  City Clerk
       (1) Receive and file claims against the City of Pasadena
           Claim No. 8235          Gaucho Grill in Pasadena, Inc.$      Unknown
           Claim No. 8236          Alfonso Baez           		Unknown
           Claim No. 8237          Jess C. Angotti         		212.20
           Claim No. 8238          Ron Williams           		Unknown
           Claim No. 8239          Worldwide Church of God		4,278.63
           Claim No. 8240          George M. Loaiza, III  		Unknown
           Claim No. 8241          Denise Marie Longpre    		500.00
           Claim No. 8242          Emmanuel F. A. Addai 		3,007.86
           Claim No. 8243          Ernest Brito            		613.28
	ACTION:	RECEIVED AND FILED
 
       (2) Set Public Hearing:
           May 17, 1999, 8:00 p.m. - Schedule of Taxes, Fees and Charges 
           May 24, 1999, 8:00 p.m. - Appeal Hearing: Reconsideration of 
	   Approval for Major Modifications to Final Design Approval at 
	   2767 E. Colorado Blvd. Boulevard (Public Storage)
	ACTION:	HEARING SET
5. REPORTS AND COMMENTS FROM COUNCIL COMMITTEES
   A.  Business Enterprise Committee
   B.  Deregulation Committee
       (1) PUBLIC HEARING:   1)   APPROVAL OF A DIRECT ACCESS PHASE-
           IN SCHEDULE COMMENCING ON JANUARY 1, 2000, FOR ALL
           CUSTOMER CLASSES AND TO BE COMPLETED BY JULY 1, 2002;
           2)   APPROVAL OF NONBYPASSABLE GENERATION-RELATED
           TRANSITION CHARGES, WHICH ARE ALLOWED UNDER PUBLIC
           UTILITIES CODE SECTION 9603; 3)   APPROVAL OF DIRECT
           ACCESS REGULATION NO.22; 4)   DIRECT THE CITY ATTORNEY
           TO PREPARE AN AMENDMENT TO THE LIGHT AND POWER RATE
           ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A "DIRECT ACCESS ENERGY
           CREDIT," A "DIRECT ACCESS METER" CHARGE, AND "VIRTUAL
           DIRECT ACCESS ENERGY" RATES   (See Item 6.D., 8:00 p.m.)
	
       (2) AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO CONTRACT WITH R. W. BECK
           FOR DIRECT ACCESS IMPLEMENTATION PLAN SERVICES
           Recommendation of City Manager:   
           (a) Authorize the General Manager of Water and Power Department to
           enter into an agreement with R. W. Beck for consulting services to assist
           Pasadena Water and Power in its implementation of Direct Access in an
           amount not to exceed $120,000 without competitive bidding, pursuant to
           City Charter Section 1002(F) (professional services).
           (b) Grant the contract an exemption from the competitive selection
           process of the Affirmative Action in Contracting Ordinance pursuant to
           Pasadena Municipal Code, Section 4.09.060(C), contracts for which the
           City's best interests are served. 
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
       (3) DECLARATION OF CERTAIN CITY-OWNED REAL PROPERTY
           LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF STATE STREET, BETWEEN
           THE PASADENA FREEWAY, AND FAIR OAKS AVENUE, SOUTH
           PASADENA AS SURPLUS AND APPROVAL OF THE SALE
           THEREOF
           Recommendation of City Manager:   It is recommended that the City
           Council adopt a resolution:  
           (a) Finding and determining that certain City-owned land located on
           the south side of State Street, between the Pasadena Freeway and Fair
           Oaks Avenue at Mockingbird Lane, just south of Glenarm Street, South
           Pasadena (subject property) falls under Class 12 of Categorically
           Exempt Projects, and thus, exempt from the requirements of the
           California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), and direct the City Clerk to
           file a Notice of Exemption with the Los Angeles County Recorder;
           (b) Declaring that the subject property is not needed for the purpose
           for which it was acquired or for any other public purpose and is,
           therefore, surplus real property; and
           (c) Directing the subject property be sold through a publicly noticed
           competitive bid process, pursuant to Pasadena Municipal Code
           Section 4.02.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
       (4) DECLARATION OF CERTAIN CITY-OWNED LAND (FORMER
           MILLARD RESERVOIR SITE) AS SURPLUS AND APPROVAL OF
           THE SALE THEREOF
           Recommendation of City Manager:   It is recommended that the City
           Council adopt a resolution:  
           (a) Finding and determining that certain City-owned land located on
           the west side of Canyon Ridge Drive (a private street), just west of
           Lincoln Avenue, Altadena (subject property) falls under Class 12 of
           Categorically Exempt Projects, and thus, exempt from the requirements
           of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), and direct the City
           Clerk to file a Notice of Exemption with the Los Angeles County
           Recorder;
           (b) Declaring that the subject property is not needed for the purpose
           for which it was acquired or for any other public purpose and is,
           therefore, surplus real property; and
           (c) Directing the subject property be sold through a publicly noticed
           competitive bid process, pursuant to Pasadena Municipal Code
           Section 4.02.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
   C.  Finance Committee
       (1) RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF ONE OR MORE
           CITY OF PASADENA PENSION OBLIGATION BONDS, APPROVING
           THE FORM OF AND AUTHORIZING THE EXECUTION AND
           DELIVERY OF A TRUST AGREEMENT, A REIMBURSEMENT
           AGREEMENT, AN INTERNATIONAL SWAP DELIVERY MASTER
           AGREEMENT MASTER AGREEMENT AND A VALIDATION ACTION
           AND AUTHORIZING OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO
           Recommendation of City Manager:   Adopt a resolution authorizing
           the issuance of one or more City of Pasadena Pension Obligation
           Bonds, approving the form of an authorizing the execution and delivery
           of a Trust Agreement, a Reimbursement Agreement, an International
           Swap Delivery Master Agreement (ISDA), and a Validation Action and
           other related matters.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
       (2) FY 1998 AUDITED ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORTS
           Recommendation of City Manager:   It is recommended that the
           following audited reports for the year ending June 30, 1998 be received
           by the City Council:
           (a) Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
           (b) Single Audit Reports
           (c) Pasadena Community Development Commission Annual Financial
               Report
           (d) Management Letter
           (e) Finance Committee Letter
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
   D.  Legislative Policy Committee
   E.  Public Safety Committee
   F.  Reports from Representatives
6. PUBLIC HEARINGS - 8:00 P.M.
   A.  CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING:   "a5 LAKE AVENUE OFFICE
       CORRIDOR - DEL MAR/CORDOVA TO THE FREEWAY" GENERAL PLAN
       AMENDMENT
       Recommendation of City Manager:  
       (1) Approve the Initial Environmental Study (Attachment 1 of the agenda
       report) and Negative Declaration;
       (2) Approve the De Minimis Impact on the State Fish and Wildlife Habitat
       (Attachment 2 of the agenda report)
       (3) Approve the General Plan Amendment to allow residential uses in the
       "a5 Lake Avenue Office Area - Del Mar/Cordova to the Freeway" for the
       parcels north of Union Street which do not front on to Lake Avenue
       (Attachment 3 of the agenda report), and adopt a resolution permitting this
       change (Attachment 9 of the agenda report); and
       (4) 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 4 of the agenda report).
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
   B.  PUBLIC HEARING:   RECOMMENDED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
       PROGRAM FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000-2004
       Recommendation of City Manager:  
       (1) Open the public hearing on the City Manager's Recommended FY 2000-
       2004 Capital Improvement Program Budget; and
       (2) Continue the public hearing to each subsequent meeting of the Council
       at 8:00 p.m., until May 17, 1999, or such other later date as the Council may
       determine, and at which time the City Council will be asked to close the public
       hearing and formally adopt the FY 2000-2004 Capital Improvement Program
       Budget.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
   C.  PUBLIC HEARING:   CONSIDER GRANTING NON-EXCLUSIVE SOLID
       WASTE FRANCHISES
       Recommendation of City Manager:   
       (1) The City Council hold a public hearing to consider granting non-
       exclusive solid waste franchises.
       (2) After the public hearing is held, the City Council make a decision on
       whether or not to grant the franchises.
       (3) The City Council direct the City Attorney and staff to prepare the
       necessary ordinances for the approved applications and authorize the City
       Manager to enter into the franchise agreements on or after the effective date
       of the ordinance approving such franchise.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED

   D.  PUBLIC HEARING:   1)  APPROVAL OF A DIRECT ACCESS PHASE-IN
       SCHEDULE COMMENCING ON JANUARY 1, 2000, FOR ALL CUSTOMER
       CLASSES AND TO BE COMPLETED BY JULY 1, 2002;  2)  APPROVAL
       OF NONBYPASSABLE GENERATION-RELATED TRANSITION CHARGES,
       WHICH ARE ALLOWED UNDER PUBLIC UTILITIES CODE SECTION
       9603;  3)  APPROVAL OF DIRECT ACCESS REGULATION NO. 22;  4) 
       DIRECT THE CITY ATTORNEY TO PREPARE AN AMENDMENT TO THE
       LIGHT AND POWER RATE ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A "DIRECT
       ACCESS ENERGY CREDIT", A "DIRECT ACCESS METER" CHARGE,
       AND "VIRTUAL DIRECT ACCESS ENERGY" RATES
       Recommendation of City Manager:   
       (1) Approve a Direct Access phase-in schedule commencing on January 1,
       2000, for all customer classes and to be completed by July 1, 2002;
       (2) Deem the Stranded Investment Surcharge and the uneconomic portion
       of the Energy Cost Adjustment Charge to be nonbypassable generation-
       related transition charges, which are allowed under Public Utilities Code
       Section 9603(b);
       (3) Approve the Direct Access Service Regulation No. 22, attached in
       substantially final form, to govern the implementation of Direct Access in
       Pasadena; and
       (4) Direct the City Attorney to prepare an amendment to the Light and
       Power Rate Ordinance establishing a "Direct Access Energy Credit" and a
       "Direct Access Meter Charge", for Direct Access customers that choose an
       alternate energy service provider, and "Virtual Direct Access" rates for
       Pasadena energy customers that choose market based rate options.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
7. RECOMMENDATIONS FROM OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS 
   A.  City Council
       (1) APPOINTMENT OF 1999 NOBLE AWARD COMMITTEE MEMBERS
           (Mayor Holden)
	ACTION:	APPOINTMENTS MADE EXCEPT FOR DISTRICT 2, 4, AND MAYOR
       (2) DISCUSSION REGARDING REQUEST TO GOVERNOR DAVIS TO
           DROP THE APPEAL OF COURT DECISION REGARDING
           PROPOSITION 187 (Councilmember Crowfoot)
	ACTION:	NO ACTION
   B.  City Manager
       (1) REQUEST FOR DECLARATION OF CERTAIN CITY-OWNED REAL
           PROPERTY LOCATED AT 541 SOUTH OAK KNOLL AVENUE AS
           SURPLUS PROPERTY AND APPROVAL OF SALE THEREOF
           Recommendation of City Manager:   
           (a) Finding and determining that certain City-owned land at 541 South
           Oak Knoll Avenue ("subject property") falls under Class 12 of
           Categorically Exempt Projects, and is exempt from the requirements of
           the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), and direct the City
           Clerk to file a Notice of Exemption with the Los Angeles County
           Recorder;
           (b) Declaring that the subject property is not needed for the purpose
           for which it was acquired or for any other public purpose and is,
           therefore, surplus real property; and
           (c) Directing the subject property be sold through a publicly noticed
           competitive bid process, pursuant to Section 4.02 of the Pasadena
           Municipal Code.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED   
       (2) SUPPORT FOR SENATE BILL 315 (BURTON) - TRANSPORTATION
           INFRASTRUCTURE BONDS
           Recommendation of City Manager:   
           (a) Adopt a resolution supporting Senate Bill 315 (Burton) -
           Transportation Infrastructure Bonds, with amendments that would be
           beneficial to Pasadena.
           (b) Authorize the Mayor to send letters to the appropriate authorities
           stating Pasadena's position.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
       (3) JOURNAL VOUCHER APPROPRIATION OF 70,304.52 FROM THE
           CITY'S SECTION 108 GUARANTEED LOAN INTEREST RESERVE
           FOR CITY OF PASADENA DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND POWER
           (DWP) HOOKUP CHARGES
           Recommendation of City Manager:   Approve a journal voucher
           appropriating funds in the amount of $70,304.52 from the City's Section
           108 Guaranted Loan Interest Reserves for payment of the City's
           Department of Water and Power (DWP) hookup charges associated
           with the Renaisssance Plaza Shopping Center.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
	   
       (4) SUPPORT OF ASSEMBLY BILL 24, LOCAL FISCAL RELIEF,
           PROPERTY TAX REVENUE ALLOCATION; ASSEMBLY BILL 304,
           LOCAL GOVERNMENT FINANCE, PROPERTY TAX REVENUE
           ALLOCATION, LOCAL AGENCY RELIEF; ASSEMBLY BILL 1194,
           LOCAL GOVERNMENT FINANCE, PROPERTY TAX, RELIEF; AND
           ASSEMBLY BILL 1195, LOCAL GOVERNMENT FINANCE,
           PROPERTY TAX, RELIEF
           Recommendation of City Manager:   Adopt a resolution and authorize
           the Mayor to send letters to the appropriate officials supporting the
           following legislation:
           (1) Assembly Bill 24, Local Fiscal Relief, Property Tax Revenue
           Allocation;
           (2) Assembly Bill 304, Local Government Finance, Property Tax
           Revenue Allocation, Local Agency Relief; 
           (3) Assembly Bill 1194, Local Government Finance, Property Tax,
           Relief; and
           (4) Assembly Bill 1195, Local Government Finance, Property Tax, Relief
               In addition, it is recommended that the City Council authorize the
           Mayor to send letters of support for any other legislation or State budget
           proposals that protect from future shifts or restore property tax revenues
           to local governments.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
       (5) JOINT ACTION:   APPROVAL OF THE FOURTH AMENDMENT TO
           THE HOME LOAN AGREEMENT WITH MOUNTAIN COURT PNHS,
           LLC, A CALIFORNIA LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY ("NEW
           PARTICIPANT") FOR THE LINCOLN/IDAHO TOWNHOME
           DEVELOPMENT
           Recommendation of City Manager:   It is recommended that the City
           Council adopt a resolution finding and determining that the use of
           $100,000 from the Lincoln Avenue Redevelopment Project Low and
           Moderate Income Housing Trust Fund for the Lincoln/Idaho Townhome
           Development located outside the Lincoln Avenue Redevelopment
           Project Area will be of benefit to the Lincoln Avenue Redevelopment
           Project;
           Recommendation of Chief Executive Officer:   It is recommended
           that the Community Development Commission adopt a resolution:
           (a) Approving an additional $100,000 from the Lincoln Avenue
           Redevelopment Project Low and Moderate Income Housing Trust Fund
           to the Lincoln/Idaho Townhome Development;
           (b) Finding and determining that the use of the $100,000 in funds from
           the Lincoln Avenue Redevelopment Project Low and Moderate Income
           Housing Trust Fund for the Lincoln/Idaho Townhome Development
           located outside the Lincoln Avenue Redevelopment Project Area will be
           of benefit to the Lincoln Avenue Redevelopment Project; and
           (c) Approving the terms and provisions of the Fourth Amendment to
           the HOME Loan Agreement between the Commission and Mountain
           Court PNHS, LLC, and authorizing the Chief Executive Officer to
           execute and the Secretary to attest the Amendment.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
   C.  City Prosecutor  
       (1) RESPONSE TO CODE VIOLATION COMPLAINT REGARDING 943 N.
           MARENGO AVENUE
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	ACTION:	ITEM CONTINUED TO COUNCIL MEETING OF 5/10/99
   D.  Advisory Bodies          
       (1) LILITH FAIR 1999 CONCERT - JULY 17, 1999
           Recommendation of Rose Bowl Operating Company:  
           (a) Authorize the Rose Bowl General Manager to enter into a license
           agreement with Universal Concerts for the "Lilith Fair" concert on
           July 17, 1999, according to the business points set forth in the agenda
           report.
           (b) Direct the City Attorney to prepare an ordinance suspending
           Pasadena Municipal Code Section 9.36.220 (amplified sound) and
           9.36.230 (general noise sources) to allow the event to proceed.
           (c) Review the facts and material presented, including the 1998 Initial
           Study and Mitigated Negative Declaration for Rose Bowl: Four
           Additional Displacement Events per Year, 1998 and 1999 presented
           herewith, and then find that the Lilith Fair meets the requirements of the
           Arroyo Seco Ordinance, Pasadena Municipal Code Section 3.32.370, to
           proceed as an additional permitted event.
           (d) Acknowledge that the environmental impacts of the "Lilith Fair"
           concert were analyzed as an additional displacement event in the Initial
           Study and Mitigated Negative Declaration for  Rose Bowl: Four
           Additional Displacement Events per Year, 1998 and 1999 approved and
           adopted by the City Council on May 11, 1998.  The impacts of
           suspending Pasadena Municipal Code Sections 9.36.220 and 9.36.230
           are categorically exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act
           (CEQA) under CEQA Guidelines Section 15323 Normal Operations of
           Facilities for Public Gatherings. 
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
8. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION MEETING
   A.  JOINT ACTION:   APPROVAL OF THE FOURTH AMENDMENT TO THE
       HOME LOAN AGREEMENT WITH MOUNTAIN COURT PNHS, LLC, A
       CALIFORNIA LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY ("PARTICIPANT") FOR THE
       LINCOLN/IDAHO TOWNHOME DEVELOPMENT   [See Item 7.B.(5)]
	ACTION:	APPROVED
   B.  AMENDMENT TO SALES TAX REIMBURSEMENT AGREEMENT WITH
       SYMES CADILLAC INC.
       Recommendation of Chief Executive Officer:   
       (1) Approve the First Amendment to the Sales Tax Reimbursement
       Agreement No. CDC 149, by revising the commencement and termination
       date; and
       (2) Authorize the Chief Executive Officer to execute and the City Clerk to
       attest to the First Amendment to the Agreement on behalf of the Commission.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
   C.  SUBMISSION OF THE WELFARE TO WORK SECTION 8 TENANT-BASED
       ASSISTANCE PROGRAM APPLICATION TO THE U. S. DEPARTMENT OF
       HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
       Recommendation of Chief Executive Officer:     Authorize the filing with
       the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development ("HUD") of the
       Welfare to Work (WtW) Section 8 Tenant-Based Assistance Program
       application for a request of 250 rental vouchers valued at $1.25 million
       (average $5,000 per household per annum) and authorize the Chief
       Executive Officer to execute, and the City Clerk to attest, the Welfare to Work
       Section 8 Tenant-Based Assistance Program application.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED   
9. ORDINANCES
   A.  First Reading:   None
   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 (3053  EAST DEL MAR BOULEVARD ZONE
           CHANGE)"   (Introduced by Vice Mayor Streator)   
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	ACTION:	ADOPTED
10.    INFORMATION ITEMS
   A.  PLAYHOUSE DISTRICT STREETSCAPES PROJECT STREET TREE
       IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM UPDATE
       Recommendation of City Manager:   This report is provided for information
       purposes only.  No City Council action is required.
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	ACTION: INFORMATION RECEIVED
11.    COMMUNICATIONS   -   No Items
12.    CLOSED SESSION
   A.  CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING
       LITIGATION pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9:
       Name of Cases:   Southern California Edison Co. v. United States of
       America; United States of America v. City of Los Angeles, City of
       Pasadena, et al.  U.S. Court of Federal Claims, Case Nos. 96-104C,
       96-103C
13.    ADJOURNMENT