City Council Packet May 13, 2015

REGULAR MEETING OF
THE GOVERNING BODY
MAY 13, 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 –  April 29, 2015  Item 8
9.    PRESENTATIONS
       a)    Introduction and Welcome – Aubrey Dunn, Commissioner of Public Lands.  (5 Minutes)
       b)    Proclamation – Chris Chavez Day – May 14, 2015; KIVA Program Graduate.  (Councilor Maestas)
             (5 Minutes)
       c)   St. Michael’s High School Pony Express – Class 4A State Spirit Champions.  (Councilor Rivera) (5 Minutes)
       d)   Proclamation – Coach Sid Monroe Day; May 16, 2015 – Lacrosse Coach at Santa Fe Preparatory School.
             (Mayor Gonzales) (5 Minutes)
       e)   Proclamation – Pediatric Stroke Awareness Month – May 2015.  (Mayor Gonzales) (5 Minutes)
       f)    Santa Fe Prevention Alliance; Recognizing Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
             National Prevention Week – May 17 through May 23, 2015. (Councilor Dominguez)   (5 Minutes)
       g)   Proclamation – Bike to Work Week – May 11 through May 15, 2015. (Councilor Bushee)  (5 Minutes)
10.    CONSENT CALENDAR
        a)    Request for Approval of Professional Services Agreement – Funding of Railyard’s Events and Marketing
               for Fiscal Year 2015/16; Santa Fe Railyard Community Corporation.  (Robert Siqueiros) Item 10-a
        b)    Request for Approval of Grant Award – Fiscal Year 2014/15 Ridefinders Program; U.S. Department of
              Transportation, Federal Transit Administration and Request for Approval of Budget Increase in the Total
              Amount of $84,004.  (Ken Smithson)  Item 10-b
       c)    Request for Approval of Budget Increase in 2012 CIP Bond Funds Allocated to Transit from Fund 5400
              Into Fund 5409 in the Amount of $50,000.  (Ken Smithson)  Item 10-c
       d)    Request for Approval of Procurement Under State Price Agreement – Two (2) ADA-Accessible
              Replacement Vehicles for Santa Fe Pick-Up Services; Creative Bus Sales, Inc. and Approval of Budget
              Increase in the Amount of $100,000 in 2014 CIP Bond Fund.  (Ken Smithson)  Item 10-d
       e)    Request for Approval of Procurement Under State Price Agreement – Five (5) Hurst eDraulic Auto
              Extrication Rescue Tools for Fire Department; L.N. Curtis & Sons.  (Jan Snyder)  Item 10-e
        f)     Request for Approval of 2014 General Obligation Bond Award and Approval of Budget Increase in the
               Amount of $162,773; Department of Cultural Affairs, New Mexico State Library Division.
               (Patricia Hodapp)  Item 10-f
       g)    Request for Approval of Amendment No. 4 to Professional Services Agreement – City Video Surveillance
              Project - Final Park Sites; Chavez Security, Inc.  (Renee Martinez) Item 10-g
       h)    Request for Approval of Budget Increase for Lodgers’ Tax Budget Estimate to the Amount Projected in
              February 2015 for the Total FY 2014/15 which Adjusts Allocations to the Lodgers’ Tax Recipient Funds
              in the Amount of $1,189,729.  (Randy Randall) Item 10-h
        i)    CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 2015-____. (Mayor Gonzales)
              A Resolution Relating to Child Hunger; Proclaiming Support for Community Efforts to Ensure That
             All Children Ages 0-18 are able to Access at Least One Healthy Meal per Day. (Chris Sanchez)  Item 10-i
       j)    CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 2015-____. (Councilor Maestas)
             A Resolution Relating to the Municipal Gross Receipts Tax Ordinance, Section 18-10 SFCC 1987;
             Directing Staff to Evaluate the Allocation and Expenditure of Gross Receipts Tax Dedicated for the Public
             Bus System and Quality of Life Purposes for FY 2012/2013, FY 2013/2014 and FY 2014/2015 so That
             the Governing Body May Determine Whether to Amend the Dedication Provision of Section 18-10 SFCC
            1987.  (Oscar Rodriguez)   Item 10-j
      k)    Request to Publish Notice of Public Hearing for June 10, 2015:
            1)   Bill No. 2015-15:   An Ordinance Relating to the Land Development Code, Chapter 14 SFCC 1987;
                  Amending Subsection 14-6.1(C), Table 14-6.1-1, Table Of Allowed Uses To Correct Typographic Errors
                  in the Designations of Districts Within Which Sheltered Care Facilities are Permitted, and Making Such
                  Other Stylistic or Grammatical Changes That Are Necessary. (Councilor Lindell) (Greg Smith)
                  Item 10-k-1
           2)    Bill No. 2015-16:   An Ordinance Amending the City of Santa Fe Alarm System Ordinance, Section
                  20-5 SFCC 1987 to Clarify Certain Provisions; Amend the Fines for False Alarms; and Amend Late
                  Reporting Fees That are Assessed Against Alarm Installation Companies and Alarm Monitoring
                  Companies. (Councilor Rivera) (Deputy Chief Mario Salbidrez)  Item 10-k-2
           3)    Bill No. 2015-17:   An Ordinance Creating a New Section 7-16 SFCC 1987 to Require That
                  Single-Occupant Public or Employee Restrooms in Any Commercial Facility be Gender Neutral and
                  Identified as Such by Appropriate Signage. (Mayor Gonzales) (Lisa Martinez)  Item 10-k-3
           4)    Bill No. 2015-18:   An Ordinance Amending Section 12-6-1.3 of the City of Santa Fe Uniform Traffic
                 Ordinance to Authorize the Governing Body to Make Speed Limit Alterations in the City of Santa Fe
                 through the Adoption of a Resolution. (Councilor Trujillo) (John Romero)  Item 10-k-4
      l)    Annual Report, Santa Fe River Target Flows: Annual Report for "Target Year" Activity from April 15, 2014
            through April 14, 2015; and Anticipated Activity for the Target Flow Year of April 15, 2015 through April 14,
            2016. (Melissa McDonald)  (Informational Only)  Item 10-l
     m)    Request for Approval of the 2013 Annual Water Report Pursuant to Section 25-9.6 SFCC 1987;
            Summarizing the State of the City of Santa Fe’s Water Division.  (Alan Hook)  Item 10-m
     n)     Request for Approval of the 2015 Annual Water Budget Report Pursuant to Section 25-9.6 SFCC 1987.
            (Andrew Erdmann) Item 10-n
11.    MATTERS FROM THE CITY MANAGER
12.    MATTERS FROM THE CITY ATTORNEY
        Executive Session
        In Accordance With the New Mexico Open Meetings Act NMSA 1978, §10-15-1(H)(7-8), Discussion Regarding
        Threatened or Pending Litigation in Which the City of Santa Fe Is or May Become a Participant, Including,
        Without Limitation: 1) Consideration of the Request of Montgomery & Andrews that the City Waive a Conflict
        of Interest for the Limited Purpose of Challenging Ordinance 2015-11; 2) Datamatic, Ltd., Case 13-42337;
        and  3) Discussion and Update on the Dispute Resolution Provision of the Water Resources Agreement Between
        the City of Santa Fe and Santa Fe County.
13.   Action Regarding the Request of Montgomery & Andrews that the City Waive a Conflict of Interest for the
       Limited Purpose of Challenging Ordinance 2015-11. (Kelley Brennan)
14.   Action Regarding Datamatic, Ltd., Case 13-42337.  (Kelley Brennan)
13.   MATTERS FROM THE CITY CLERK
14.   COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE GOVERNING BODY

EVENING SESSION – 7:00 P.M.
A.    CALL TO ORDER
B.    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
C.    SAALUTE TO THE NEW MEXICO FLAG
D.    INVOCATION
E.    ROLL CALL
F.    PETITIONS FROM THE FLOOR
G.    APPOINTMENTS  Item G

  • Audit Committee
  • Santa Fe City and County Advisory Council on Food Policy
  • Veterans’ Advisory Board
  • Community Hospital and Health Care Study Group

H.    PUBLIC HEARINGS:
      1)    Request from Parallel Studios for a Waiver of the 300 Foot Location Restriction and Approval to Allow the
             Dispensing/Consumption of Beer and Wine 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 “Currents 2015: Santa Fe International New Media Festival” to be Held on June 12, 2015 from 6:00 p.m.
             to 12:00 a.m.  (Yolanda Y. Vigil)  Item H-1
      2)    Request for Approval of Affordable Housing Draft 2015/2016 Annual Action Plan.  (Margaret Ambrosino)
             Item H-2
             a)    Request for Approval of Professional Services Agreements – FY 2015/16 Community Development
                    Block Grant (CDBG) Allocation in the Amount of $430,042.
             b)    Request for Approval of FY 2015/16 CDBG Grant Administration in the Amount of $100,000.
             c)    Request for Approval of Professional Services Agreements FY 2015/16 Affordable Housing Trust
                    Fund (AHTF) Allocation in the Amount of $412,000.
    3)    CONSIDERATION OF BILL NO. 2015-13:  ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 2015-___. (Councilor Lindell,
           Mayor Gonzales, Councilor Ives, Councilor Dominguez and Councilor Rivera)  
           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.
          (Matthew O’Reilly) 
          a)    CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 2015-____. (Councilor Lindell, Mayor Gonzales, Councilor Ives,
                 Councilor Dominguez and Councilor Rivera)
                 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. 
                 (Matthew O’Reilly)  Item H-3
   4)    CONSIDERATION OF BILL NO. 2015-14:  ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 2015-___. (Councilor Trujillo)
          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. (Kelley Brennan)  (Withdrawn)
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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