An Ordinance Amending Section 2-1.4 SFCC 1987 to Clarify when Committee Appointments Shall be Made and to Clarify which Committees are Composed Entirely of Members of the Governing Body; Amending Section 2-1.13 SFCC 1987 to Establish the Purpose of the Finance Committee, Consolidate the Public Works Committee and the Public Utilities Committee, and Create the Quality Of Life Committee; Repealing Section 2-1.16 SFCC 1987; Amending References to the Public Utilities Committee and Replacing them with the Public Works and Utilities Committee; and Amending the Reference to the Public Works Committee and Replacing it with the Public Works and Utilities Committee.
An Ordinance Amending Exhibit A of Section 13-1.5 to Increase the Stormwater Utility Service Charge.
An Ordinance Amending Various Sections of the Santa Fe Homes Program, Section 26-1 SFCC 1987, to Revise the Requirements for Multifamily Rental Housing Development so that Developers can Choose from a Menu of Compliance Options; Removing the Sunset Provision and Increasing the Fee-in-Lieu as Determined by an “Affordability Gap Calculation”; Determining the Requirements for “Low-Priced Dwelling Units” as they Apply to Multifamily Rental Housing Units; Determining the Requirements for Subsidized Rental Units Included On-Site in Market-Rate Rental Housing; Clarifying Developer Incentives and Terms of Compliance so they Correlate with Degree of Affordability; Prohibiting Market Rate Properties that Receive Incentives from Discriminating on the Basis of Income Source when Qualifying Tenants; Amending Section 26-2 SFCC 1987 to Clarify the Requirements for Rental Low-Priced Dwelling Units that Comply with the Santa Fe Homes Program; Amending Section 26-3 SFCC 1978 to Permit Alternative Funding Cycles for Administration of the Affordable Housing Trust Fund; and Other Such Changes to the Santa Fe Homes Program as Needed.
An Ordinance Amending Exhibit A of Chapter 22 SFCC 1987 to Add a Provision to Allow for a More Accurate Reading of Wastewater Discharge; and Amending Various Tables to Remove Provisions that Are No Longer Applicable.
An Ordinance Repealing Section 24-9 SFCC 1987 Regarding the Vehicle Forfeiture Ordinance; and Limiting the use of Funds Remaining in the Program Account from Forfeitures that Occurred Prior to the Espinoza Case.
An Ordinance Amending Various Sections of Chapter 14, The Land Development Code. To Repeal the Summary Committee, A Subcommittee of the Planning Commission, Repeal Obsolete References to the Business Capitol District Development Review Committee, Clarify Expiration Provisions, and Make Such Other Changes as Are Necessary to Provide Consistency.
An Ordinance Repealing Ordinance 2003-33 and Granting a New Non-Exclusive Franchise to Comcast of Eastern Shore and Comcast of New Mexico/Pennsylvania (“Comcast”) to Construct, Operate, and Maintain a Cable System in the Public Rights-of-Way and to Provide Cable Service Within a Franchise Area With the City of Santa Fe (Appendix “H” Cable Television Franchises).
An Ordinance Authorizing the Issuance and Sale of City of Santa Fe, New Mexico, General Obligation Refunding Bonds, Series 2019, in a Maximum Principal Amount Not to Exceed $6,400,000 (The “Refunding Bonds”), Payable From Ad Valorem Taxes Levied on All Taxable Property Within the City, Without Limit as to Rate or Amount, for the Purpose of Refunding, Refinancing, Redeeming and Paying the Outstanding Principal of and Accrued Interest on the City’s General Obligation Bonds, Series 2010 Maturing on and After August 1, 2020 (The “Refunded Bonds”) and Paying Costs of Issuance Of The Refunding Bonds; Providing For The Form, Terms And Conditions Of The Refunding Bonds, the Minimum Net Present Value Savings to be Obtained by Refunding the Refunded Bonds; Specifying the Maximum Term, Interest Rate, Underwriting Discount and Other Parameters for the Refunding Bonds, Appointing a Paying Agent And Registrar For The Refunding Bonds And Approving A Form of Registrar/Paying Agent Agreement in Connection Therewith; Delegating Authority to the Mayor and Other Authorized Officers of the City to Determine the Final Terms of the Refunding Bonds Within the Parameters Specificed Herein, and to Execute a Bond Purchase Agreement Providing for the Sale of the Refunding Bonds to the Purchaser; Approving the Distribution of a Preliminary Official Statement and Final Official Statement In Connection with the Offer and Sale of the Refunding Bonds; and Providing for Other Details Concerning the Refunding Bonds.
An Ordinance Amending Sections 10-6.5 and 12-2.4 SFCC 1987 to Consistently Identify the Airport as the Santa Fe Regional Airport.
An Ordinances Amending the Official Zoning Map of the City of Santa Fe and Changing the Classification from R-1 (Residential, 1 Dwelling Unit Per Acre) to R-6 (Residential, 6 Dwelling Units Per Acre) With Respect to a Certain Parcel of Land Comprising 10.30± Acres Withing Sections 6 & 7, T.16N.,R.9E., N.M.P.M. Santa Fe County, New Mexico, Located at 4323 Airport Road, (Case No. 2019-55, 4323 Airport Road Rezoning).
An Ordinance Amending Section 23-6.2 SFCC 1987 Exempting Certain Land and Buildings Owned by the City from the Requirements of Section 23-6.3 SFCC 1987; Changing the Requirement for when a Resolution Approving the Sale and Consumption of Alcohol on City Property Must be Adopted From Sixty Days Before the Event to Thirty Days Before the Event; and Amending Section 23-6.3 SFCC 1987 to Amend Restriction on Alcohol by Volume Serving Sizes, Change the Security Guard Requirements From Level Two to Level One and Require an Alcohol Servers Permit; Amending the Requirements for Mandatory Buffers; and Making Other Such Changes to Provide Consistency.
An Ordinance Amending Section 2-16 SFCC 1987, Office of Emergency Management, to Establish Definitions and to Provide fro Expanded Planning Periods for the Office of Emergency Management; Amending Section 20-1 SFCC 1987, Powers of Mayor During an Emergency, to Include Declaration of an Emergency and Other Powers of the Mayor in an Emergency; and Establishing Orders of Succession for Elected Officials and City Management.
An Ordinance of the City of Santa Fe, New Mexico Authorizing and Providing for the Issuance and Sale of its Industrial Revenue Bonds for the Benefit of El Castillo Retirement Residences in an Aggregate Principal Amount Not to Exceed $80,000,000 for the Purpose of Financing Acquisition, Construction and Equipping of a New Adult Residential Retirement Facility to be Located at 401 Old Taos Highway in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Authorizing the Execution and Delivery of a Lease and Purchase Agreement Between the City and El Castillo Retirement Residences, and Indenture of Trust Securing Said Bonds, A Mortgage, a Bond Purchase Agreement, Closing Documents and Such Bonds in Connection Therewith; Providing for the Terms of the Series 2019 Bonds and Making Determinations a to the Sufficiency of the Lease Payments and other matters Related to the Project; Authorizing the Sale of Said Bonds and Any Ancillary Agreements in Connection Therewith; and Authorizing Other Matters Pertaining to the Issuance of Said Bonds.
An Ordinance Amending Section 14-5.5(D) Regarding the Midtown Local Innovation Corridor Overlay District to Specify that the provisions of the Midtown Local Innovation Corridor Shall Supersede the Provisions of Any Other Overlay District(s), Including, but not Limited tom, the South Central Highway Corridor Protection District as Set Forth in Subsection 14-5.5(A); and Amending Table 14-5.5-4 to Remove References to Structures that Fall within the South Central Highway Corridor Protection District that Also Fall within the Midtown Local Innovation Corridor Overlay District.