AGENDA
         CITY COUNCIL & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION
                          MARCH 29, 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 Case:   Pasadena Heritage, et al. v. City of Pasadena, Case
   No. BS 051151, and South Lake Residents Association v. City of Pasadena,Case No. BS 051154
	ACTION: APPROVED THE SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT SUBJECT TO ACTION FOLLOWING TONIGHT'S 
		PUBLIC HEARING	
6:30 P.M.  PUBLIC MEETING
1. ROLL CALL AND CEREMONIAL MATTERS
2. PUBLIC COMMENT ON MATTERS NOT ON THE AGENDA
   A.  MR. JOHN KNIGHT, PASADENA RESIDENT, REGARDING LIBRARY TAX
       ISSUES
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	ACTION:	INFORMATION RECEIVED
   B.  MR. JORGE HILARIO, PRESIDENT, ORGANIZACION VENDEDORES
       AMBULANTES, REGARDING CHANGING THE LAW FOR PUSH CARTS
	ACTION:	REFERRED TO THE APRIL 7, 1999 BUSINESS ENTERPRISE
		COMMITTEE FOR DISCUSSION
3. OLD BUSINESS
   A.  ADDENDUM TO MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN CITY
       OF PASADENA AND UNITED PUBLIC EMPLOYEES OF CALIFORNIA,
       LOCAL 777, REGARDING AGENCY SHOP PROVISIONS
       Recommendation of City Manager:   Amend the Memorandum of
       Understanding between the City and United Public Employees of California,
       Local 777, by adopting the tentative agreement on an Agency Shop
       provision, and direct the Director of Finance to begin the appropriate payroll
       deductions, consistent with the Agency Shop agreement.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED    
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) REHABILITATION OR REPLACEMENT OF THE LA LOMA ROAD
           BRIDGE: CONSULTANT CONTRACT FOR INITIAL PLANNING
           STUDY
           Recommendation of City Manager:   Authorize the City Manager to
           enter into a contract with De Leuw, Cather & Company for the provision
           of structural engineering and historical consulting services in connection
           with the Capital Improvement Program project that calls for either the
           rehabilitation or replacement of the La Loma Road Bridge over the
           Arroyo Seco.   Formal bidding was not required pursuant to Section
           1002(F) of the City Charter, professional or unique services.  A partial
           exemption from the competitive selection process required by the City's
           Affirmative Action in Contracting Ordinance is requested pursuant to
           Pasadena Municipal Code Section 4.09.060(C)(1), best interest (cost),
           and Section 4.09.060(C)(2), best interest (other City policy).   The
           amount of the proposed contract is $99,329.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
       (2) APPROVAL OF FINAL TRACT MAP NO. 52532, BEING A 6-UNIT
           CONDOMINIUM PROJECT AT 493 SOUTH EUCLID AVENUE
           Recommendation of City Manager:   Adopt a resolution approving final
           Tract Map No. 52532 and authorize the City Clerk to execute the
           Certificate on the map showing the City's approval of said map.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
       (3) REQUEST TO AWARD CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES
           CONTRACT TO DANIEL, MANN, JOHNSON & MENDENHALL FOR
           THE CITY HALL SEISMIC UPGRADE PROJECT IN AN AMOUNT NOT
           TO EXCEED $100,000
           Recommendation of City Manager:   Authorize the City Manager to
           enter into a contract with Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendenhall for
           construction management services for the City Hall Seismic Upgrade
           Project, in an amount not to exceed $100,000.
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	ACTION:	ITEM PULLED AT THE REQUEST OF THE CITY MANAGER
       (4) EXCHANGE OF FIRE VEHICLES WITH CITY OF GLENDALE
           Recommendation of City Manager:   Authorize the City Manager to
           enter into an agreement to transfer to the City of Glendale, two 1990
           surplus ambulances in exchange for a 1976 aerial ladder truck from the
           City of Glendale.
               It is further recommended that to the extent this transaction may be
           considered to be subject to the Salvage and Scrap Property Ordinance,
           Pasadena Municipal Code, Chapter 4.04, the City Council find that
           based upon the information contained herein that a valid public purpose
           is served by exempting the proposed exchange from the provisions of
           that Ordinance.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED; FURTHER DISCUSSION ON FIRE DEPARTMENT FLEET
			TO BE AGENDIZED FOR THE PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE
       
       (5) LEASE/PURCHASE OF FIVE USED BUSES
           Recommendation of City Manager:   Authorize the City Manager to:
           (a) Authorize Laidlaw Transit to purchase five used buses from A-Z
           Bus Sales in an amount not to exceed $425,000; and
           (b) Enter into a lease/purchase relationship with Laidlaw Transit for
           purchase of the five used transit buses in three payments, one in
           FY 1999 ($145,000), one in FY 2000 ($140,000), and one in
           FY 2001($140,000); and 
           (c) Appropriate $145,000 for FY 1999 payment from the
           unencumbered Proposition C balance to Budget Account
           No. 8107 209763314.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED			
  B.  City Clerk
       (1) Receive and file claims against the City of Pasadena
           Claim No. 8224          Lolita & Manuel Leon    $   	3,176.22
           Claim No. 8225          Anthony Woods          	Unknown
	ACTION:	RECEIVED & FILED
       (2) Public Hearings Set
           April 12, 1999, 8:00 p.m. - General Plan Amendment/Zone Change,
           3053  Del Mar Blvd., Pasadena Crippled Childrens' Society
           April 26, 1999, 8:00 p.m. - Approval of Direct Access Service
           Regulation, Non-bypassable Generation-related Charges, Direct
           Access phase-in schedule; and amend the Light & Power Rate
           Ordinance establishing a Direct Access Energy Credit and a Direct
           Access Meter Charge 
           May 17, 1999, 8:00 p.m. - Joint Public Hearing: Approval and
           Submittal of the Consolidated Plan (1999-2000) for CDBG, ESG,
           HOME, and Recipients from the City's Human Service Endowment
           Fund
	ACTION:	HEARINGS SET 
   
5. REPORTS AND COMMENTS FROM COUNCIL COMMITTEES
   A.  Business Enterprise Committee
       (1) AGREEMENT WITH DANBURY MINT TO PRODUCE STADIUM
           REPLICAS
           Recommendation of Rose Bowl Operating Company:   Approve the
           agreement between the Rose Bowl Operating Company (RBOC) and
           The Danbury Mint to produce ceramic replicas of the Rose Bowl
           Stadium and the 8% royalty rate that the RBOC will receive from the
           sale of the ceramic replicas.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
       (2) R. G. CANNING ENTERPRISES CONTRACT RENEWAL
           Recommendation of Rose Bowl Operating Company:   Approve and
           authorize a ten-year license agreement (with an option to renew six
           additional years) with R. G. Canning Enterprises for the presentation of
           a monthly flea market at the Rose Bowl.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED

   B.  Deregulation Committee
   C.  Finance Committee
       (1) TRANSFER OF CERTAIN DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE DUTIES TO
           THE ROSE BOWL OPERATING COMPANY 
           Recommendation of City Manager:   For information only.  The
           recommendations for the transfer of certain responsibilities from the
           Department of Finance to the Rose Bowl Operating Company are
           outlined in the Memorandum of Understanding dated February 3, 1999,
           attached to the agenda report.
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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:   SOUTH LAKE AVENUE RETAIL
       DEVELOPMENT PROJECT ZONE CHANGE FROM CD-5 (CENTRAL
       DISTRICT) TO PD-24 (PLANNED DEVELOPMENT) AND SALES TAX
       INCREMENT REIMBURSEMENT AGREEMENT
       Recommendation of City Manager:   It is recommended that the City
       Council, following a public hearing, rescind previous approvals and re-
       approve the South Lake Avenue Retail Development Project by taking the
       following actions:
       (1) Adopt the Resolution of the City Council of the City of Pasadena
       Rescinding Previous Findings of Fact, Mitigation Measures and Conditions of
       Approval, and Making New Findings Required by Public Resources Code
       Section 21081 and Pasadena Municipal Code Section 17.100.070, including
       a Statement of Overriding Considerations as Required by Title 14 California
       Code of Regulations Section 15071, and Adopting a Mitigation Monitoring
       Program and Conditions of Approval for the South Lake Avenue Retail
       Development Project.
       (2) Hold first reading of "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PASADENA
       RESCINDING ORDINANCE NO. 6747, AND AMENDING THE OFFICIAL
       ZONING MAP OF THE CITY OF PASADENA ESTABLISHED BY SECTION
       17.08.040 OF THE PASADENA MUNICIPAL CODE TO RECLASSIFY
       CERTAIN PROPERTY IN THE CD-5, AREA 2, SUBAREAS A, B, E & F TO
       PD-24 SOUTH LAKE AVENUE RETAIL DEVELOPMENT, AND TO AMEND
       APPENDIX B (PD DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS) OF TITLE 17
       OF THE PASADENA MUNICIPAL CODE, THE REVISED ZONING CODE,
       TO ESTABLISH THE DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS AND LAND USE
       REGULATIONS FOR PD-24".
       (3) Rescind the prior City Council approval on March 2, 1998 and re-
       approve the terms and provisions of a Sales Tax Increment Reimbursement
       Agreement (the "Agreement") by and between the City of Pasadena and
       Forest City Development, Inc., subject to execution by Forest City
       Development California, Inc., and authorize the City Manager to execute and
       the City Clerk to attest the Agreement on behalf of the City.  The Agreement
       will incorporate a revised development schedule (to reflect litigation delays)
       and will include the following additional provision formulated and approved by
       the City Council on March 2, 1998: "Macy's shall invest sufficient funds in
       rehabilitating the Macy's Store in order to upgrade it consistent with an
       upscale retail standard and submit a plan reflecting same to the City."
       (4) Adopt a finding that the South Lake Retail Development Project as
       approved by the foregoing actions is consistent with the General Plan and
       with the Pasadena Zoning Code (as amended), for the reasons described in
       the Final Environmental Impact Report.
       (5) Direct staff to include in the FY 2000 Capital Improvement Program
       Budget all traffic mitigation projects and funding plans referenced in this
       agenda report, which include $200,000 from the developer and $200,000
       from the City's General Fund.
       (6) 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.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
   B.  PUBLIC HEARING:    ADOPTION OF THE AMENDED MEMORIAL PARK
       MASTER PLAN AND NEGATIVE DECLARATION
       Recommendation of City Manager:    Continue the public hearing to April 5,
       1999, 8:00 p.m.
	ACTION:	CONTINUED TO APRIL 5, 1999, 8:00 P.M.
       
7. RECOMMENDATIONS FROM OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS
   A.  City Council
       (1) DISCUSSION ON PARKING MANAGEMENT IN THE CIVIC CENTER
           AREA AS IT RELATES TO THE FORMER YWCA BUILDING, 179 N.
           MARENGO AVENUE  (Mayor Holden)
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	ACTION: STAFF DIRECTED TO MEET WITH TROVE INVESTMENT AND RETURN
		TO COUNCIL WITH A RECOMMENDATION WITHIN 90 DAYS
       (2) RESIGNATION OF DAVID J. JACOBS FROM PASADENA
           COMMUNITY ACCESS CORPORATION   (District 3 Appointment)
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	ACTION:	ACCEPTED
   B.  City Manager
       (1) NORTHWEST COMMUNITY PLAN EVALUATION REPORT
           Recommendation of City Manager:   It is recommended that the City
           Council accept this report and file it with the City Clerk.
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	ACTION:	REPORT RECEIVED AS A "DRAFT" DOCUMENT
       (2) AMENDMENTS TO THE FY 1999 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
           PROGRAM BUDGET
           Recommendation of City Manager:
           (a) Amend the FY 1999 Capital Improvement Program to include two
           new projects and modify five existing projects.
           (b) Approve a journal voucher amending the FY 1999 - 2004 Capital
           Improvement Program Budget as detailed in Attachment A of the
           agenda report.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED

       (3) FIRST AMENDMENT TO THE AMENDED AND RESTATED
           AGREEMENT FOR MANAGEMENT, RENTAL, OPERATION, AND
           MAINTENANCE OF PARKING FACILITY: PLAZA LAS FUENTES
           PROJECT
           Recommendation of City Manager:   Approve the First Amendment to
           the Amended and Restated Agreement for the Management, Rental,
           Operation and Maintenance of the parking facility ("First Amendment")
           for the management and operation of the Plaza Las Fuentes Parking
           Facility.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
8. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION MEETING
   A.  APPROVAL OF COMMISSION LOAN AGREEMENT ("CLA") BY AND
       BETWEEN THE PASADENA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION
       ("COMMISSION") AND HERITAGE HOMEOWNERSHIP PARTNERS
       ("DEVELOPER") FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THREE AFFORDABLE
       OWNERSHIP HOUSING UNITS
       Recommendation of Chief Executive Officer:   It is recommended that the
       Pasadena Community Development Commission ("Commission") take the
       following actions:
       (1) Find and determine that under the California Environmental Quality Act
       ("CEQA"), the three properties to be purchased by the Developer and all
       other actions and proceedings and documents described therein are
       categorically exempt under Classes 1, 3, and 5 of CEQA and specifically,
       Sections 15305 of the State CEQA Guidelines and authorize and direct the
       Secretary of the Commission to prepare and file with the County Clerk
       Notices of Exemption.
       (2) Approve the terms and provisions of the Commission Loan Agreement
       ("CLA") between the Commission and the Developer in the amount of
       $141,180 from Housing Trust Funds (Account No. 810 68412051208).
       (c) Authorize and direct the Chief Executive Officer to execute, and the
       Secretary to attest, the Owner Participation and Loan Agreement (OPLA) and
       such subordination agreements as may be reasonably required by the first
       mortgage lender.
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	ACTION:	APPROVED
9. ORDINANCES
   A.  First Reading:
       (1) Hold first reading of "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PASADENA
           RESCINDING ORDINANCE NO. 6747, AND AMENDING THE
           OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE CITY OF PASADENA
           ESTABLISHED BY SECTION 17.08.040 OF THE PASADENA
           MUNICIPAL CODE TO RECLASSIFY CERTAIN PROPERTY IN THE
           CD-5, AREA 2, SUBAREAS A, B, E & F TO PD-24 SOUTH LAKE
           AVENUE RETAIL DEVELOPMENT, AND TO AMEND APPENDIX B
           (PD DISTRICT DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS) OF TITLE 17 OF THE
           PASADENA MUNICIPAL CODE, THE REVISED ZONING CODE, TO
           ESTABLISH THE DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS AND LAND USE
           REGULATIONS FOR PD-24" (See related item 6.A., 8:00 p.m.)
	ACTION:	ORDINANCE OFFERED FOR FIRST READING BY VICE MAYOR STREATOR
       (2) 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 (GARFIELD HEIGHTS LANDMARK
           OVERLAY DISTRICT)
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	ACTION:	ORDINANCE OFFERED FOR FIRST READING BY COUNCILMEMBER VILLICANA
   B.  Second Reading:
       (1) Adopt "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PASADENA AMENDING
           TITLE 17 OF THE PASADENA MUNICIPAL CODE, PROHIBITING
           AUTO DISMANTLING UNDER THE SP-2 SOUTH FAIR OAKS
           SPECIFIC PLAN OVERLAY DISTRICT"   (Introduced by
           Councilmember Tyler)
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	ACTION:	ORDINANCE ADOPTED
       (2) Adopt "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PASADENA AMENDING
           SECTIONS 10.48.010 AND 10.48.030 OF THE PASADENA
           MUNICIPAL CODE REGARDING SPEED LIMITS IN THE CITY OF
           PASADENA (MARENGO AVENUE)"   (Introduced by
           Councilmember Tyler)
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	ACTION:	ORDINANCE ADOPTED
       (3) Adopt "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PASADENA ADDING
           SECTION 2.05.210 TO THE PASADENA MUNICIPAL CODE
           ESTABLISHING THE STIPEND FOR THE MAYOR AND MEMBERS
           OF THE CITY COUNCIL AND REPEALING SECTION 2.10.050 OF
           THE PASADENA MUNICIPAL CODE RELATING TO COMPENSATION
           FROM THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION"  
           (Introduced by Councilmember Paparian)
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	ACTION:	ORDINANCE ADOPTED
       (4) Adopt "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PASADENA ADDING
           SECTION 2.05.220 TO THE PASADENA MUNICIPAL CODE
           ESTABLISHING HEALTH AND WELFARE BENEFITS AND EXPENSE
           ALLOWANCES FOR THE MAYOR AND MEMBERS OF THE CITY
           COUNCIL"   (Introduced by Councilmember Paparian)
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	ACTION:	ORDINANCE ADOPTED
10.    INFORMATION ITEMS   -   None
11.    COMMUNICATIONS
   A.  LETTER FROM RANDY POLK, PRESIDENT, PASADENA COMMUNITY
       ACCESS CORPORATION (PCAC) REGARDING SUBMITTAL OF PCAC'S
       BUSINESS PLAN
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	ACTION:	RECEIVED & FILED
12.    CLOSED SESSION
   A.  CITY COUNCIL CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING
       LITIGATION pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9:
       Name of Case:   Pasadena Heritage, et al. v. City of Pasadena, Case
       No. BS 051151, and South Lake Residents Association v. City of
       Pasadena, Case No. BS 051154
13.    ADJOURNMENT