City Council Packet July 29, 2015

REGULAR MEETING OF
THE GOVERNING BODY
JULY 29, 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 –  July 8, 2015  Item 8
9.    PRESENTATIONS
      a)    July Employee of the Month – V. Esperanza Trujillo, Utility Billing Administration – Public Utilities Department.
            (Mayor Gonzales) (5 Minutes)
10. CONSENT CALENDAR
      a)    Request for Approval of Cooperative Project Agreement  – St. Francis Crossing from Acequia Trail to Railyard
             Project – Construction of Multi-Path Grade Crossing Underpass (US 84/285); New Mexico Department of
             Transportation.  (Melissa McDonald)  Item 10a
      b)    Request for Approval of Budget Adjustment in the Amount of $62,700, from Fire Project Fund to Project
             Business Unit 32215 for Fire Station 1 Parking Lot Resurfacing Project; On-Call Roadways & Trails
             Construction Fund for (Bid No. 14/10/B).  (Jan Snyder)  Item 10b
      c)    Request for Approval of Memorandum of Understanding – Parking Permits for On-Street Parking Spaces and
             for Use of City Parking Facilities for County Employees; Santa Fe County.  (Noel Correia)  Item 10c
      d)    Request for Approval of Change Order No. 8 – Santa Fe Reservoirs Infrastructure Improvements Project;
             RMCI, Inc.  (Robert Jorgensen)  Item 10d
      e)    Request for Approval of Water Rights Purchase Agreement – Up to 18.417 Acre-Feet of 1907 Middle Rio
             Grande Water Rights; Luis J. Luna and Martha Luna.  (Andrew Erdmann)  Item 10e
      f)     Request for Approval of Professional Services Agreement and Approval of Budget Increase in the Amount of
            $250,500 – Engineering Services for Feasibility Study to Optimize the Use of Regional Reclaimed Wastewater
            for Water Division (RFP #15/34/P); Carollo Engineers, Inc.  (Bill Schneider)  Item 10f
     g)    Request for Approval of Budget Increase in the Amount of $45,808 in Order to Fulfill an Agreement Obligation
            the City of Santa Fe has With Sam and Josie Montoya.  (Kelley Brennan and Bryan Romero)  Item 10g
     h)    Request for Approval of Grant Award and Agreement and Budget Increase in the Amount of $125,000 –
            Education and Technical Assistance Services for Environmental Services Division; The Recycling Partnership,
            Inc.  (Cindy Padilla and Lawrence Garcia)  Item 10h
      i)    Request for Approval of Amendment No. 1 to Professional Services Agreement – KSFR Broadcasting Services
            for City Council and Special Meetings; Northern New Mexico Radio Foundation, Inc.  (Joe Abeyta)  Item 10i
      j)    CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 2015-____. (Finance Committee)
            A Resolution Relating to a Request for Approval of Third and Fourth Quarter (Year-End) Budget Adjustments
            for Fiscal Year 2014/2015.  (Cal Probasco)  Item 10j
     k)    CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 2015-____. (Councilor Maestas, Councilor Dominguez, Councilor
            Bushee and Councilor Trujillo)
            A Resolution Directing Staff to Seek Solutions to Santa Fe’s Housing Affordability Crisis, Specifically as it
            Relates to Gentrification, Inequity, and the Widening Gap Between Rich and Poor in Santa Fe; Providing a
            Framework for Housing and Urban Planning Policy.  (Alexandra Ladd)  Item 10k
      l)    CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 2015-____. (Councilor Maestas)
            A Resolution Recommending the Governing Body Oppose Any Legislation that Would Alter the Method by
            which Municipal Gross Receipts Taxes are Distributed to Municipalities. (Oscar Rodriguez)  Item 10l
     m)   CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 2015-____. (Councilor Trujillo)  A Resolution in Support of Defouri
            and Guadalupe Street Bridge Improvements Funded Through a Municipal Arterial Program Cooperative
            Agreement with the New Mexico Department of Transportation.  (Desirae Lujan)  Item 10m
           1)    Request for Approval of Municipal Arterial Program Cooperative Agreement with the New Mexico
                 Department of Transportation for Bridge Improvements to the Defouri and Guadalupe Street Bridges.
           2)    Request for Approval of Budget Adjust Request in the Amount of $80,000.
     n)   CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 2015-____. (Mayor Gonzales and Councilor Ives)
           A Resolution Directing the City of Santa Fe Arts Commission to Develop a Long-Term Cultural Plan, the
           Purpose of Which is to Inventory Cultural Assets, Assess Needs, Draft Specific Recommendations to Support
           the Current and Long-Term Health of Our Cultural Community, and Identify Ways the City of Santa Fe can
           Support and Develop its Unique Cultural Brand; Directing the Arts Commission to Work With Other Appropriate
           Groups; and Directing the Arts Commission to Provide a Six (6) Month Update, and Present a Final Report
           One Year from Adoption of this Resolution.  (Debra Garcia)  Item n
    o)    CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 2015-____. (Councilor Trujillo)
           A Resolution Requesting the Governing Body Consider and Approve a Grant Agreement from the State
           Tourism Department, Litter Control Beautification Section, for Keep Santa Fe Beautiful. (Gilda Montano)
           Item o
    p)    Update on Tournament and Adult League Fee Changes per Ordinance 2014-18.  (Jennifer Romero)
           (Informational Only) Item 10p  
11.    CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 2015-____.  (Councilor Rivera and Councilor Bushee)
        A Resolution Directing the City of Santa Fe Fire Department to Waive EMT Standby Fees for the Santa Fe
        Summer Series Equestrian Event at the Equicenter de Santa Fe; and Authorizing the Payment of Said Fees
        from a Portion of the Lodgers Tax Dedicated for Public Safety Overtime Costs.  (Fire Chief Litzenberg and
        Randy Randall)  Item 11
12.    Pursuant to Resolution No. 2015-40, Presentation of Findings Related to the GRT Dedication Provision in
        18-10.4 SFCC 1987 – Public Bus System, the General Fund  and Quality of Life Purposes.
        (Oscar Rodriguez)   Item 12
13.   Case No. 2015-76.  Request for Approval of the Recommendation of the City Attorney to Remand Back to the
        Historic Districts Review Board, Pursuant to the Stipulation Between the Parties, the Appeal of the First
        National Bank of Santa Fe, N.A., as Trustee of the Martha Field Trust from the May 12, 2015 Decision of the
        Historic Districts Review Board to Deny Applicant’s Request to Demolish a Structure at 355 East Palace
        Avenue.  (Zachary Shandler)  Item 13
14.   Case No. 2015-51. Appeal of the May 7, 2015 Decision of the Planning Commission Approving the Requests of
        the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks Lodge No. 460 to Divide its Property at 1615 Old Pecos Trail
        into Two Lots; and of MVG Development/Morningstar Senior Living’s Requests for a Special Use Permit to
        Operate a Continuing Care Facility on One of Said Lots and for Development Plan Approval for the Construction
        of an Approximately 73,550 Square Foot Building on Said Lot to House Said Facility.  Item 14
        a)    Motion to Reconsider the July 8, 2015 Decision of the Governing Body Denying the Appeal in Case No.
               2015-51 for the Purpose of Remanding the Matter to the Planning Commission for Further Consideration with
               Respect to Whether Modifications to the Design of the Proposed Continuing Care Facility May Render it
               More Compatible with and Adaptable to Neighboring Properties, Specifically with Respect to Adjacent
               Residential Properties, Including, without Limitation, Modifications to Height, Massing, Floor Stepbacks,
              Color and Fenestration and the Use of Screening to Provide Visual Buffering. (Mayor Gonzales)
             1)    Motion to Reconsider.
             2)    Motion to Remand.
      b)    Request for Approval of Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law in Case No. 2015-51. (Zachary Shandler)
            1)    Motion to Approve.
15.    MATTERS FROM THE CITY MANAGER
16.    MATTERS FROM THE CITY ATTORNEY
         Executive Session
         In Accordance with the New Mexico Open Meetings Act §§10-15-1(H)(2) and (8) NMSA 1978, Discussion
         Regarding Limited Personnel Matters, Including, Without Limitation, the Organization of City Government;
         and Discussion of the Purchase, Acquisition or Disposal of Real Property or Water Rights by the City of Santa
         Fe, Including, Without Limitation, the Disposition for Economic Development Purposes of 5± Acres of Land on
         Siler Road; the Disposition by Lease of 4,200± SF of Building Space; and the Short-Term Lease of 4,000± SF
         of Building Space. (Kelley Brennan)
17.    Action Regarding the Disposition for Economic Development Purposes of 5± Acres of Land on Siler Road. (Kelley
        Brennan)
18.    Action Regarding the Disposition by Lease of 4,200± SF of Building Space.  (Kelley Brennan)
19.    Action Regarding the Short-Term Lease of 4,000± SF of Building Space. (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
       •    Community Health Care and Hospital Study Group
       •    Veterans’ Advisory Board
       •    Board of Adjustment
H.    PUBLIC HEARINGS:
       1)    CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 2015-___:  
             Case #2015-30. Tune-Up Café General Plan Amendment.  Liaison Planning Services, Inc., Agent for JC
             Rivera, LLC, Requests Approval of a General Plan Future Land Use Map Amendment to Change the
             Designation of 0.13+  Acre of Land from Low Density Residential (3-7 Dwelling Units Per Acre) to Community
             Commercial. The Property is Located at 536 Cortez St.  (Donna Wynant)  Item H1 and H2
       2)   CONSIDERATION OF BILL NO. 2015-29:  ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 2015-___.  
             Case #2015-31.  Tune-Up Café Rezoning.  Liaison Planning Services, Inc., Agent for JC Rivera, LLC,
             Requests Rezoning Approval of  0.13+  Acre of Land from R-5 (Residential, 5 Dwelling Units per Acre) to
             C-2 (General Commercial).  The Property is Located at 536 Cortez St.   (Donna Wynant)  Item H1 and H2
      3)    CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 2015-___:  
             Case #2015-20.  600 Galisteo Street General Plan Amendment.  Eva Parker, Trustee for the Lucy C. Ortiz
             Estate, Requests Approval of a General Plan Future Land Use Designation for a 5,581 Square Foot Lot from
             Moderate Density Residential to Community Commercial.  The Property is Located at 600 Galisteo Street. 
             (Zachary Thomas)  Item H3 and Item H4
      4)    CONSIDERATION OF BILL NO. 2015-30:  ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 2015-___. 
             Case #2015-21.  600 Galisteo Street Rezone.  Eva Parker, Trustee for the Lucy C. Ortiz Estate, Requests
             Rezoning of a 5,581 Square Foot Lot from R-21 (Residential, 21 Dwelling Units per Acre) to BCD (Business-
             Capitol District).  The Property is Located at 600 Galisteo Street.  (Zachary Thomas)  Item H3 and Item H4
      5)    CONSIDERATION OF BILL NO. 2015-26:  ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 2015-____.  (Councilor Ives)
             An Ordinance Amending the Campaign Code, Section 9.2 SFCC 1987 to Modify the Definitions of
             “Contribution” and “Expenditure” and Create a Definition for “Coordinated Expenditure”;  to Modify Provisions
             Related to Independently Sponsored Campaign Communications and Reporting; to Modify Provisions Related
             to the Contents of Campaign Finance Statements; and to Make Such Other Changes as are Necessary to
             Clarify the Provisions of the Campaign Code.  (Zachary Shandler)  Item H5 and Item H6
      6)    CONSIDERATION OF BILL NO. 2015-27:  ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 2015-____.  (Councilor Ives)
             An Ordinance Amending The Public Campaign Finance Code, Section 9-3 SFCC 1987 to Modify the
             Definitions of “Contribution” and “Expenditure”,  Delete the Definition of “Qualifying Contribution” and Create a
             Definition for “Coordinated Expenditure” and “Qualified Small Contribution”; to Modify the Requirements to
             Qualify as a Participating Candidate; to Delete Provisions Related to “Seed Money Contributions” and
            “Qualifying Contributions”; to Establish Provisions for Qualified Small Contributions; to Modify Provisions
             Related to “Reports of Expenditure” To Expand Reporting Requirements;  to Add Provisions for  “Additional
             Reporting of Qualified Small Contributions and Additional Matching Payments from Fund”; and to Make Such
             Other Changes as are Necessary to Clarify the Provisions of the Public Campaign Finance Code.
             (Zachary Shandler)  Item H5 and Item H6
    7)    CONSIDERATION OF BILL NO. 2015-19:  ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 2015-___.  (Finance Committee)
           An Ordinance Amending Subsection 11-9.1 SFCC 1987 and Section 18-9 SFCC 1987 to Require that Prior to
           Authorizing a Reallocation of Proceeds from a Voter-Approved General Obligation Bond or Tax that Deviates
           Materially from the Information Provided to the Electorate that the Governing Body Authorize Such Reallocation
           through the Adoption of an Ordinance.  (Oscar Rodriguez) (Postponed at July 8, 2015 City Council Meeting)
           Item H7
    8)    CONSIDERATION OF BILL NO. 2015-20:  ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 2015-___.  (Councilor Bushee)
           An Ordinance Amending Section 14-2.3(D) SFCC 1987; Establishing Membership Requirements for the
           Planning Commission.  (Lisa Martinez)  (Postponed at July 8, 2015 City Council Meeting)  Item H8
    9)    CONSIDERATION OF BILL NO. 2015-24:  ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 2015-____.  (Councilor Bushee)
           An Ordinance Amending Subsection 12-6-6.1 of the City of Santa Fe Uniform Traffic Ordinance to Prohibit
           the Parking of a Motor Vehicle in a Marked Bicycle Lane; Making Minor Grammatical Changes.  (Keith Wilson)
           Item H9
  10)    CONSIDERATION OF BILL NO. 2015-25:  ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 2015-____.  (Mayor Gonzales)
          An Ordinance Authorizing the Sale of 2,263 Square Feet of Real Property Located Adjacent to 830 El Caminito
          Street and Described as “Area of Gain” as Shown and Delineated on a Plat of Survey Entitled, "Lot Line
          Adjustment Workmap of Property Located at 830 El Caminito” Prepared by Paul A. Armijo, N.M.P.S. No.
          13604, Dated October 2, 2014, Lying and being Situate Within the Santa Fe Grant, Projected Section 30, T17N,
          R9E, N.M.P.M., in the City and County of Santa Fe, New Mexico. (Matthew O’Reilly)  Item H10

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.

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