City of Carpinteria

 City Council Regular Meeting Agenda

May 14, 2012 – 5:30 p.m.

Council Chamber, 5775 Carpinteria Avenue

Carpinteria, CA 93013


4:30 p.m. Closed Session – 5:30 p.m. Regular Agenda


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Mayor Al Clark will be participating in the Closed Session and Regular Meeting via teleconference.


Teleconference location: 34-14 33rd Street, Number 1F, Astoria, New York.


Note:  The public will be allowed to attend at the teleconference location and provide public comment at that location.




  • The time at which an item on the agenda is scheduled to be heard is an estimate only.  The City Council may consider and act on an agenda item in any order it deems appropriate.  In addition, an item may be considered earlier or later than the Estimated Time, depending on the length of time which is devoted to other agenda items.  All persons interested in an item listed on the agenda are advised to be present throughout the meeting to ensure that they are present when the item is called.


  • The regular meeting will be broadcast live over Government Access Television Channel 21.  The City Council meetings will be rebroadcast on Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. and Saturdays at 5:00 p.m.


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  • If you wish to speak on a matter scheduled for consideration in a closed session, you will have an opportunity to address the City Council before the Council retires to its closed session deliberations.





4:30 p.m.           CALL TO ORDER


                        ROLL CALL






                        The City Council will temporarily adjourn to a closed session for the purpose of discussion of the following:


1.         Conference with Legal Counsel – Anticipated Litigation – Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(b)


                                    One potential case


5:30 p.m.           RECONVENE IN OPEN SESSION


5:30 p.m.           CALL TO ORDER


5:31 p.m.           ROLL CALL






1.            Presentation of Resolution No. 5381 Commending and Recognizing the Friends of the Library for 45 Years of Dedicated Service.


2.            Presentation by Carpinteria Beautiful – A painting by John Wullbrandt , titled “Close to Home”  will be presented to the City of Carpinteria in honor of John Wullbrandt’s gift to the City of his “World’s Safest Beach” mural.




6:53 p.m.               CITY MANAGER’S REPORT


                        The City Manager will report to the City Council regarding various City and/or community events and/or matters of interest.  There will be no City Council discussion except to ask questions or refer matters to staff; and no action will be taken unless listed on a subsequent agenda.




This is a time for public comments on matters not otherwise on the agenda but within the subject matter jurisdiction of the City Council.  The Public Comment period is limited to 15 minutes and divided among those persons desiring to speak. No person shall speak longer than three minutes; however, the Mayor may establish shorter periods based on the time available and/or the number of persons waiting to speak.  Persons wishing to speak on a specific item will be recognized at the time the agenda item is considered.


Please be aware that items on the consent calendar are considered to be routine and are normally enacted by one unanimous vote of the Council.  If you wish to speak on a consent calendar item, or on a matter scheduled for consideration in a closed session at the end of the agenda, please do so during the Presentations by Citizens/Public Comment portion of the meeting.


The City and the City Council are not responsible for the content of statements made during the public comment period, or the factual accuracy of any such statements.


AGENDA MODIFICATIONS:  The City Council may modify the regular agenda by tabling items, adding urgency items to the agenda or changing the order in which items are considered.  Changes to the Consent Calendar are considered at the time the Consent Calendar is considered.


7:10 p.m.           CONSENT CALENDAR (to be approved by roll call vote on one motion with all resolutions and ordinances as read by title only).  Individual items may be removed and considered separately at the request of a Councilmember.  Any item, which is removed from the Consent Calendar, will be added to the end of the agenda under Other Business.


3.            Minutes of the regular meeting held April 23, 2012.


4.            Expenditures for the period ending May 9, 2012.


5.            Approval of Proposition 1B Program of Projects for Funding for Transportation Capital Projects.  


6.            Approval of El Carro Lane Sidewalk In-fill Project Engineering Design Consultant Contract.








7:12  p.m.              7.         Law Enforcement Contract Amendment


Recommendation: Adopt Resolution No. 5383, as read by title only, authorizing to Provide Law Enforcement Services


Staff presenter: Dave Durflinger, City Manager


a.  Staff Report

b.  Public Comment

c.  City Council Determination


7:27p.m             8.         Community Survey and Hotel Bed Tax (Transient Occupancy Tax) Polling Results           


Recommendation:  Receive the Community Survey Report and direct staff to prepare for City Council consideration at its next regular meeting all necessary actions related to requesting voter consideration of an increase in the City’s Transient Occupancy Tax as a part of the November 2012 General Election.


Staff presenter:  Dave Durflinger, City Manager


a.  Staff Report

b.  Public Comment

c.  City Council Determination


8:00 p.m.           9.         Extension of a Temporary Reduction of the Highway Interchanges and Bridges Development Impact Fee


Recommendation:   Adopt Resolution No. 5382, as ready by title only, approving an extension of a temporary reduction of the Highway Interchanges and Bridges Development Fee.


Staff presenter: Charles Ebeling, Public Works Director/City Engineer/Traffic Engineer


a.  Staff Report

b.  Public Comment

c.  City Council Determination


8:20 p.m.            10.       Informational Report on Natural Gas Transmission Pipeline Safety


Recommendation:   Receive and file report.


Staff presenter:  Julie Jeakle, Volunteer & Emergency Services Coordinator


a.  Staff Report

b.  Public Comment

c.  City Council Determination


8:45 p.m.           11.       Approve an Amendment to the Agreement with County of Santa Barbara Alcohol, Drug & Mental Health Services for an Additional Three Years (Fiscal Years 2012-12 through 2014-15) for Supplemental Funding for Mental Health Mobil Crisis Services


Recommendation:   Approve first amendment to agreement with County of Santa Barbara Alcohol, Drug & Mental Health Services extending agreement for an additional three years not to exceed $6,089 and authorize the mayor to sign agreement.


Staff presenter: Dave Durflinger, City Manager


a.  Staff Report

b.  Public Comment

c.  City Council Determination



                        PRESENTED BY COUNCILMEMBERS


                                Informational reports from Councilmember representatives on the committees, commissions and organizations listed below. This is also an opportunity for Councilmembers to request information from staff or seek support from fellow Councilmembers for future agenda items.


1.       Representatives to Regional Agencies and Committees


a.         Santa Barbara Association of Governments (SBCAG)

(Clark/Alt. Reddington)

b.         Channel Counties Division, League of California Cities

            (Reddington/Alt. Stein)

c.         Beach Erosion Authority for Clean Oceans and Nourishment

(BEACON) (Reddington/Alt Carty)

d.         California Joint Powers Insurance Authority (CJPIA)

(Clark/Alt. Reddington)

e.         Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District (APCD)

(Reddington/Alt. Clark)

f.          Santa Barbara Regional Task Group on Solid Waste

(Clark/Alt. Stein)

                                    g.         Santa Barbara Joint Housing Task Group (Carty & Reddington)

                                    h.         South Coast Homeless Advisory Committee (Reddington)

i.              South Coast Task Force on Youth Gangs Leadership and Executive Council (Carty & Clark)


                        2.         Joint and Special Committees


j.          City Council/School Board Committee (Stein & Carty)

k.         City Council/Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

Committee (Carty & Reddington)

l.          City Council/Fire District Board Committee (Clark & Stein)


3.         Ad Hoc Committees


                                                m.        Transportation Committee (Stein)

                                    n.         Public Facility Site Acquisition/Development Committee

                                                (Carty & Stein)

                                    o.         Budget Committee (Stein & Clark)

                                    p.         Water District Committee (Reddington & Stein)


                                                                       4. City Representatives on other Committees


q.         Community Media Access Center (Gary Dobbins)

r.          Santa Barbara Coastal Vector Control District (Ronald Hurd)

s.         Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District (Chuck McQuary)


9:05 p.m.           ADJOURNMENT


The next regular meeting to be held on Tuesday, May 29, 2012, at 5:30 P.M., in the Council Chamber, City Hall, 5775 Carpinteria Avenue, Carpinteria, California.


In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the City Clerk's Office at 684-5405, extension 403 or the California Relay Service at (866) 735-2929. Notification 72 hours prior to the meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements for accessibility to this meeting.


This agenda was posted on Thursday, May 10, 2012 in the City Clerk's Office, on the City Hall Public Notices Board, and on the Internet.