City Council Packet April 8, 2015

REGULAR MEETING OF
THE GOVERNING BODY
APRIL 8, 2015
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS

AFTERNOON SESSION – 5:00 P.M.
1.    CALL TO ORDER
2.    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
3.    SALUTE TO THE NEW MEXICO FLAG
4.    INVOCATION
5.    ROLL CALL
6.    APPROVAL OF AGENDA
7.    APPROVAL OF CONSENT CALENDAR
8.    APPROVAL OF MINUTES:  Reg. City Council Meeting –  March 25, 2015  Item 8
9.    PRESENTATIONS
       a)    Proclamation – "Sebastian Montano Day" -- April 8, 2015; 2015 New Mexico State Youth of the Year. 
             (Mayor Gonzales) (5 Minutes)
      b)    Muchas Gracias – Kiddos Guide to the Fire Department.  (Chief Litzenberg)  (5 Minutes)
      c)    Proclamation – Fair Housing Month.  (Alexandra Ladd) (5 Minutes)
      d)    Upcoming Keep Santa Fe Beautiful Events.  (Gilda Montano) (5 Minutes)
      e)    “Meeting of the Three Trails” Commemorative Poster – Salida del Sol Chapter, Old Spanish Trail
             Association. (Pat Kulhoff) (5 Minutes)
      f)    League of American Bicyclists.  (Robert Siqueiros and Steve Clark) (5 Minutes)
10.    CONSENT CALENDAR
     a)    Request for Approval of Procurement Under State Price Agreement and Professional Services Agreement
            – Fire Alarm System Design and Construction at Genoveva Chavez Community Center and Salvador
            Perez Pool; ATI Security, Inc.  (Ryan Mortillaro)  Item 10-a
     b)    Request for Approval of Grant Award – State Grants-in-Aid for Public Libraries; New Mexico State Library
           and Approval of Budget Increase in the Amount of $7,780 in Library Fund.  (Patricia Hodapp)  Item 10-b
    c)    Request for Approval of Procurement Under State Price Agreement – Low Voltage Wiring Products and
           Services at DWI Impound Lot at Camino Entrada; ATI Security, Inc.  (LeAnn Valdez)  Item 10-c
    d)    Request for Approval of Professional Services Agreement – Community Stewardship Services at The
           Santa Fe Railyard; The Santa Fe Railyard Park Stewards.  (Robert Siqueiros)  Item 10-d
    e)    Request for Approval of Emergency Procurement and Professional Services Agreement – Testing of
           Critical Interfaces for New Utility Billing System Implementation; Mountain River Consulting. 
           (Caryn Fiorina)  Item 10-e
    f)    Response to Resolution 2014-94 to Analyze the Overall Operation of the One-Stop for Homeless Services
          and Winter Shelter Located at 2801 Cerrillos Road.  (Terrie Rodriguez)  Item 10-f
         1)    Request for Approval of Memorandum of Agreement – Providing Immediate Relief to Neighborhood and
                Businesses and Services to Shelter; Interfaith Community Shelter.  
         2)    Request for Approval of Emergency Funding Sources for Homeless Community in the Amount of $12,990.
   g)   CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 2015-____.  (Mayor Gonzales and Councilor Ives)
         A Resolution Establishing a Green Community Program for the Benefit of the Residents of Santa Fe;
         Directing the City Renewable Energy Planner to Develop and Draft a Comprehensive 25-Year Sustainability
         Plan to Annually Reduce Santa Fe’s Carbon Emissions and Energy Consumption, and Achieve the City’s
         Goal of Becoming Carbon Neutral By 2040. (John Alejandro)  Item 10-g
  h)    CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 2015-____.  (Mayor Gonzales and Councilor Ives)
         A Resolution Authorizing the Transit Division to Establish a No-Cost Transit Program that Would Serve the
         Transportation Needs of Santa Fe’s Veterans.  (Jon Bulthuis)  Item 10-h
   i)    Request to Publish Notice of Public Hearing for May 13, 2015:
        1)    Affordable Housing Draft 2015/2016 Annual Action Plan.  (Margaret Ambrosino)  Item 10-i-1
              a)    Professional Services Agreements – FY 2015/16 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
                    Allocation in the Amount of $430,042.
             b)    Professional Services Agreements FY 2015/16 Affordable Housing Trust Fund (AHTF) Allocation in
                    the Amount of $412,000.
      2)    Bill No. 2015-13:  An Ordinance Relating to the Establishment of a Vehicle Vendor Ordinance; Amending
            Subsection 18-1.2 to Amend the Definitions of “Itinerant Food Vendor” and “Itinerant Vendor”; Amending
            the Title of Section 18-8; Repealing Subsection 18-8.9 “Street Vendors; Permit Requirements” and Creating
            a New Subsection 18-8.9 Entitled “Vehicle Vendors”; Amending Subsection 18-8.10 to Establish Special
            Event Vendor Fees and Vehicle Vendor Fees; Amending Subsection 23-5.2 Related to Special Event
            Sponsor Licenses; and Making Such Other Changes That Are Necessary to Carry Out the Purpose of
            This Ordinance.  (Councilor Lindell, Mayor Gonzales, Councilors Ives, Dominguez and Rivera)
             (Matthew O’Reilly)  Item 10-i-2
            a)    Request for Approval of a Resolution Authorizing Mobile Vehicle Vendors Within the Plaza Periphery
                  Area at Specific Locations and at Limited Times, Pursuant to the Vehicle Vendor Ordinance,
                  18-8.9 SFCC 1987.  (Councilor Lindell, Mayor Gonzales, Councilors Ives, Dominguez and Rivera)
                  (Matthew O’Reilly)
    3)    Bill No. 2015-14:  An Ordinance Amending Subsection 23-6.2 SFCC 1987 to Change the Level of Security
          Required for Professional Baseball Games at Fort Marcy Ball Park.  (Councilor Trujillo) (Roberta Brito)
          Item 10-i-3
11.    Legislative Update.  (Mark Duran)  Item 11
12.    Pursuant to Resolution No. 2015-1, 60 Day Report on the Findings and Recommendations, Including the
         Fiscal Impact for Establishing and Maintaining Community Protection Initiative Program. (Andres Mercado)
         (Postponed to April 29, 2015) Item 12
13.    Presentation and Request for Approval of Health Plan Savings Options.  (Sandra Perez)  Item 13
14.    Update on Community Hospital and Health Care Study Group – Established Pursuant to Resolution
         No. 2014-19.  (Kate Noble)  (Postponed at March 25, 2015 City Council Meeting)  Item 14
15.    CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 2015-____.  (Mayor Gonzales)
         A Resolution Affirming the City of Santa Fe’s Policy of Non-Discrimination, and Joining Other Elected Officials
         Throughout the Country Who Have Implemented Policies of Non-Discrimination Within Their Communities.
         (Kelley Brennan and Marcos Martinez)  Item 15
16.    MATTERS FROM THE CITY MANAGER
17.    MATTERS FROM THE CITY ATTORNEY
        Executive Session
        In Accordance With the New Mexico Open Meetings Act §§10-15-1(H)(7) and (8) NMSA 1978, Discussion
        Regarding Threatened or Pending Litigation in Which the City of Santa Fe is a Participant, Including, Without
        Limitation, Qwest Corporation v. City of Santa Fe, Case No. 14-2008 in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the
        Tenth District; and Discussion of the Purchase, Acquisition or Disposal of Real Property by the City of
        Santa Fe.
18.   Action Regarding Qwest Corporation v. City of Santa Fe, Case No. 14-2008 in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the
       Tenth District.  (Kelley Brennan)
19.    Action Regarding the Purchase, Acquisition or Disposal of Real Property by the City of Santa Fe.
        (Kelley Brennan)
20.    MATTERS FROM THE CITY CLERK
21.    COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE GOVERNING BODY


EVENING SESSION – 7:00 P.M.
A.    CALL TO ORDER
B.    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
C.    SALUTE TO THE NEW MEXICO FLAG
D.    INVOCATION
E.    ROLL CALL
F.    PETITIONS FROM THE FLOOR
G.    APPOINTMENTS  Item G
       •    Mayor’s Committee on Disability
       •    Transit Advisory Board
       •    Planning Commission
H.    PUBLIC HEARINGS:
       1)    Request from Lovefest Productions for a Waiver of the 300 Foot Location Restriction and Approval to Allow
             the Dispensing/Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, 555 Camino de la
             Familia, Which is Within 300 Feet of Tierra Encantada Charter School @ Alvord, 551 Alarid Street.
             This Request is for a Celebration of Life of Kenny “Canuto” Delgado to be Held on Saturday, April 18, 2015
             from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.  (Yolanda Y. Vigil)  Item H-1
      2)    CONSIDERATION OF BILL NO. 2015-10:  ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 2015-___.  (Councilor Lindell)
             An Ordinance Authorizing the Sale of 2,352 Square Feet of Real Property Located Adjacent to 213 West
             Alameda Street and Described as Parcel ‘A’ as Shown and Delineated on a Plat of Survey Entitled, "Boundary
             Survey Plat, Parcel 'A' for Galisteo Street, Inc., Lying and Being Situate Within Projected Section 24, T17N,
             R9E, Within the Santa Fe Grant, NMPM, West Alameda, City and County of Santa Fe, New Mexico,"
             Dated December 12, 2014. (Matthew O’Reilly)  Item H-2
      3)    CONSIDERATION OF BILL NO. 2015-9:  ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 2015-___.  (Councilor Lindell,
             Councilor Dimas, Councilor Dominguez, Councilor Ives and Councilor Bushee)
             An Ordinance Creating a New Section 10-11 SFCC 1987 to Prohibit the Sale of Single Serving Containers of
             Alcoholic Beverages, in Sizes of Eight Ounces or Less, Within the Municipal Boundaries of the City of
             Santa Fe.  (Alfred Walker)   Item H-3
      4)    Case #2014-91 & Case #2014-92 - Consolidated Appeals.  Allen Jahner (Applicant Appellant) and Old
             Santa Fe Association (Organization Appellant) Both Appeal the September 9, 2014 Decision of the Historic
             Districts Review Board (HDRB) in Case #H-11-105 Approving the Application with Conditions at 237 & 239
             East de Vargas Street Located in the Downtown and Eastside Historic District.  (David Rasch and Zachary
             Shandler) (Postponed at March 25, 2015 City Council Meeting)  (Postponed to April 29, 2015 City Council
             Meeting)
I.    ADJOURN

Pursuant to the Governing Body Procedural Rules, in the event any agenda items have not been addressed, the meeting should be reconvened at 7:00 p.m., the following day and shall be adjourned not later than 12:00 a.m.  Agenda items, not considered prior to 11:30 p.m., shall be considered when the meeting is reconvened or tabled for a subsequent meeting.

NOTE:   New Mexico law requires the following administrative procedures be followed when conducting “quasi-judicial” hearings.  In a “quasi-judicial” hearing all witnesses must be sworn in, under oath, prior to testimony and will be subject to reasonable cross-examination.  Witnesses have the right to have an attorney present at the hearing.
Persons with disabilities in need of accommodations, contact the City Clerk’s office at 955-6521, five (5) working days prior to meeting date.


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