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REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING

CITY OF SAN DIEGO COUNCIL AGENDA

Myrtle Cole Fourth District

COUNCIL PRESIDENT PRO TEM Barbara Bry First District

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COUNCILMEMBERS Lorie Zapf Second District

Christopher Ward Third District Mark Kersey Fifth District

Chris Cate Sixth District Scott Sherman Seventh District David Alvarez Eighth District

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Georgette G mez Ninth District

Andrea Tevlin Mara W. Elliott Independent City Attorney Budget Analyst

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Elizabeth Maland City Clerk

AGENDA FOR THE

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING OF TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2018, AT 10:00 AM

CITY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING COUNCIL CHAMBERS 12TH FLOOR

202 C STREET SAN DIEGO, CA 92101

ALTERNATE FORMATS This information will be made available in alternative formats upon request, as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), by contacting the City Clerk at (619) 533-4000 or mailto:cityclerk@sandiego.gov. Requests for disability-related modifications or accommodations required to facilitate meeting participation, including requests for auxiliary aids, services or interpreters, require different lead times. Please keep this in mind and provide as much advance notice as possible in order to ensure availability. Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs) are available in Council Chambers upon request. SENATE BILL 343 (LATE-ARRIVING MATERIALS) Pursuant to California Senate Bill 343 (Section 54957.5(b) of the Brown Act), late-arriving documents related to City Council meeting agenda items which are distributed to the legislative body prior to and during the Council meeting are available for public review in the Office of the City Clerk on the second floor of the City Administration Building, 202 C Street, San Diego, CA 92101. This relates to those documents received after the agenda is publicly noticed and during the 72 hours prior to the start of the meeting. Please note: Approximately one hour prior to the start of the Council Meeting, the documents will be available just outside Council Chambers in the lobby of the 12th floor of the City Administration Building in a binder labeled SB 343. Late-arriving materials received during the City Council meeting are available for review by making a verbal request of City Clerk staff located in Council Chambers. Tuesday, April 17, 2018 Page 3
Tagged Passions:disability, streets, services, and materials

NOTE: The City Council will meet in Closed Session this morning at 11:00 a.m. Public comment on Closed Session items will occur toward the end of the 10:00 a.m. session before Council adjourns into Closed Session. Copies of the Closed Session agenda are available in the Office of the City Clerk.

OTHER LEGISLATIVE MEETINGS A Special PUBLIC FACILITIES FINANCING AUTHORITY is scheduled to meet today in the Council Chambers. A separate agenda is published for it, and is available in the Office of the City Clerk. For more information please contact Brant Will at (619) 236-6220. Internet access to the agenda is available at: http://www.sandiego.gov/city-clerk/officialdocs/legisdocs/pffa.shtml ROLL CALL
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PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

APPROVAL OF COUNCIL MINUTES The Council Minutes of the following meetings will be approved by Unanimous Consent unless pulled for discussion:

02/19/2018 - Adjourned 02/20/2018 - Adjourned 02/26/2018

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ADOPTION AGENDA, CONSENT ITEMS

The Consent items listed are considered to be routine, and the environmental documents have been considered. Because these items may be handled quickly, if you wish to be heard submit your Request to Speak form prior to the start of the meeting. Tuesday, April 17, 2018 Page 4
Tagged Passions:environment

ADOPTION AGENDA

Item 100: Authorization to enter into an Agreement with Nixon Peabody LLP, to provide ongoing legal services to the City in connection with application for a loan to the Water System for Pure Water Phase I Projects.

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Tagged Passions:legal, services, Utility, utility, and water

Total Estimated Cost of Proposed Action and Funding Source:

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not-to-exceed amount of 157,500 for a term of up to five years.

Proposed Actions: (R-2018-447) Resolution authorizing the City Attorney to retain Nixon Peabody LLP, to provide ongoing legal services to the Water Utility in connection with an application for a U.S. EPA Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act loan to the Water System for Pure Water Phase I Projects.

Tagged Passions:legal, services, Utility, finance, utility, and water

Committee Actions Taken: N/A

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Office of the City Attorney: Bret A. Bartolotta, (619) 533-5894

Item 101: Adoption of the Amended Flexible Benefit Plan for Eligible Employees for Fiscal Year 2019.
Tagged Passions:legal

Total Estimated Cost of Proposed Action and Funding Source: N/A

Proposed Actions: (R-2018-462 Cor. Copy) (Rev. 4/16/18) Resolution adopting the Amended and Restated Flexible Benefits Plan for Fiscal Year 2019 and establishing Flexible Benefit Allotments.

Tagged Passions:funding

Committee Actions Taken: N/A

Risk Management: Julio Canizal, (619) 236-6651 City Attorney Contact: Thomas H. Brady CONSENT, RESOLUTIONS TO BE ADOPTED: Tuesday, April 17, 2018 Page 5

Tagged Passions:legal and risk

Item 102: California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) Used Oil Payment Program Application for Fiscal Year 2017/2018 through and including Fiscal Year 2023/2024.

Tagged Passions:recycling, Fossil Fuels - Oil, and program

Total Estimated Cost of Proposed Action and Funding Source:

No matching City funds are required for this non-competitive Grant Payment Program. Environmental Services Department is eligible to apply for the CalRecycle Grant Used Oil Payment Program once per year pursuant to the Public Resource Code Section 48690 and 48691. The City anticipates the annual CalRecycle Used Oil Payment Program awards for Fiscal Year 2017/2018 through and including Fiscal Year 2023/2024 will be in the range of 200,000 - 385,000 per fiscal year. Proposed Actions:

Tagged Passions:services, Fossil Fuels - Oil, grant, funding, environment, and program

Subitem-A: (R-2018-463) Resolution authorizing the Mayor, or his designee, to apply for CalRecycle Used Oil Payment Program Grant Funds and to take all necessary actions to secure the Grant Funding for Fiscal Year 2017/2018 through and including Fiscal Year 2023/2024, for the City's used oil and used oil filter collection and recycling program.

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Tagged Passions:recycling, Fossil Fuels - Oil, grant, funding, and program

Subitem-B: (R-2018-464) Resolution determining that the application for, and acceptance of, CalRecycle Used Oil Payment Program Grant Funds is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Section 15308 of the CEQA Guidelines.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Fossil Fuels - Oil, grant, funding, environment, and program

Committee Actions Taken: N/A

Environmental Services: Alex Garcia, (858) 573-1275 City Attorney Contact: Amanda Guy Item 103: FY 2018 Community Projects, Programs, and Services Funding Allocation to Elementary Institute of Science for Science for Tots.

Tagged Passions:legal, education, services, funding, environment, and program

Total Estimated Cost of Proposed Action and Funding Source:

Authorize the Mayor, and his designee, to enter into an Agreement with Elementary Institute of Science for an amount not-to-exceed 1,500, for Science for Tots; and Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to expend an amount not-to-exceed 1,500 from Council District 1: Fund No. 100000/Cost Center No. 1101110001 GL 512059 to provide funds for the above referenced Agreement. Tuesday, April 17, 2018 Page 6 Proposed Actions: (R-2018 404) Resolution allocating 1,500 to Elementary Institute of Science (EIS) for the Science for Tots program pursuant to Council Policy 100-06, City Council Funding of Community Projects, Programs, and Services.

Tagged Passions:education, policy, services, council, funding, program, and finance

Committee Actions Taken: N/A

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Total Estimated Cost of Proposed Action and Funding Source:

Authorize the Mayor, and his designee, to enter into an Agreement with STAR/PAL for an amount not-to-exceed 4,500, for the Youth Safety and Empowerment Project; and Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to expend an amount not-to-exceed 4,500 from Council District 1: Fund No. 100000/Cost Center No. 1101110001 GL 512059 to provide funds for the above referenced Agreement. Proposed Actions: (R-2018 400) Resolution allocating 4,500 to STAR/PAL for the Youth Safety and Empowerment Project pursuant to Council Policy 100-06, City Council Funding of Community Projects, Programs, and Services.

Tagged Passions:policy, services, council, youth, funding, program, and finance

Committee Actions Taken: N/A

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Total Estimated Cost of Proposed Action and Funding Source:

Authorize the Mayor, and his designee, to enter into an Agreement with United Way of San Diego County for an amount not-to-exceed 2,500, for Readers in the Heights; and Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to expend an amount not-to-exceed 2,500 from Council District 1: Fund No. 100000/Cost Center No. 1101110001 GL 512059 to provide funds for the above referenced Agreement. Proposed Actions: (R-2018 445) Resolution allocating 2,500 to United Way of San Diego County for the Readers in the Heights (RITH) program pursuant to Council Policy 100-06, City Council Funding of Community Projects, Programs, and Services.

Tagged Passions:policy, services, council, funding, program, and finance

Committee Actions Taken: N/A

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Total Estimated Cost of Proposed Action and Funding Source:

Authorize the Mayor, and his designee, to enter into an Agreement with Voices for Children for an amount not-to-exceed 17,500, for Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program; and Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to expend an amount not-to-exceed 17,500; 5,000 from Council District 2, 10,000 from Council District 5, and 2,500 from Council District 6 to provide funds for the above referenced Agreement. Proposed Actions: (R-2018 439) Resolution allocating 17,500 to Voices for Children for the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program pursuant to Council Policy 100-06, City Council Funding of Community Projects, Programs, and Services.

Tagged Passions:legal, policy, services, appointments, council, funding, program, finance, and court

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Total Estimated Cost of Proposed Action and Funding Source:

Authorize the Mayor, and his designee, to enter into an Agreement with San Diego State University Research Foundation for an amount not-to-exceed 20,000, for Increasing Preparedness in the San Diego River Watershed; and Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to expend an amount not-to-exceed 20,000; 5,000 from Council District 2 and 15,000 from Council District 7 to provide funds for the above referenced Agreement. Proposed Actions: (R-2018 457) Resolution allocating 20,000 to San Diego State University Research Foundation for Increasing Preparedness in San Diego River Watershed pursuant to Council Policy 100-06, City Council Funding of Community Projects, Programs, and Services.

Tagged Passions:university, policy, services, council, watershed, funding, program, and finance

Committee Actions Taken: N/A

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Total Estimated Cost of Proposed Action and Funding Source:

Authorize the Mayor, and his designee, to enter into an Agreement with Pe asquitos Little League for an amount not-to-exceed 11,115, for Youth Baseball Program Field and Equipment Improvements; and Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to expend an amount not-to-exceed 11,115 from Council District 5: Fund No. 100000/Cost Center No. 1105110005 GL 512059 to provide funds for the above referenced Agreement. Proposed Actions: (R-2018 443) Resolution allocating 11,115 to the Pe asquitos Little League for the Youth Baseball Program pursuant to Council Policy 100-06, City Council Funding of Community Projects, Programs, and Services.

Tagged Passions:policy, services, council, youth, equipment, funding, program, and finance

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Total Estimated Cost of Proposed Action and Funding Source:

Authorize the Mayor, and his designee, to enter into an Agreement with The Tariq Khamisa Foundation for an amount not-to-exceed 1,500, for the Safe School Model Program; and Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to expend an amount not-to-exceed 1,500 from Council District 5: Fund No. 100000/Cost Center No. 1105110005 GL 512059 to provide funds for the above referenced Agreement. Proposed Actions: (R-2018 441) Resolution allocating 1,500 to Tariq Khamisa Foundation, Inc., for the Safe School Model Program pursuant to Council Policy 100-06, City Council Funding of Community Projects, Programs, and Services.

Tagged Passions:education, policy, services, council, funding, program, and finance

Committee Actions Taken: N/A

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Total Estimated Cost of Proposed Action and Funding Source:

Authorize the Mayor, and his designee, to enter into an Agreement with The California Lookouts Foundation for an amount not-to-exceed 5,000, for Baseball Facilities Replacement and Supplies; and Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to expend an amount not-to-exceed 5,000; 2,500 from Council District 5 and 2,500 from Council District 6 to provide funds for the above referenced Agreement. Proposed Actions: (R-2018 440) Resolution allocating 5,000 to the California Lookouts Foundation for Baseball Facilities Replacement, and Supplies pursuant to Council Policy 100-06, City Council Funding of Community Projects, Programs, and Services.

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Committee Actions Taken: N/A

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Total Estimated Cost of Proposed Action and Funding Source:

Authorize the Mayor, and his designee, to enter into an Agreement with City Heights Community Development Corporation for an amount not-to-exceed 10,000, for FaceLift Project and East African Gathering Space; and Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to expend an amount not-to-exceed 10,000 from Council District 9: Fund No. 100000/Cost Center No. 1109110009 GL 512059 to provide funds for the above referenced Agreement. Proposed Actions: (R-2018 444) Resolution allocating 10,000 to the City Heights Community Development Corporation (CHCDC) for the Facelift project and the East African Gathering Space Project pursuant to Council Policy 100-06, City Council Funding of Community Projects, Programs, and Services.

Tagged Passions:policy, services, council, development, funding, Development, program, finance, and community development

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Authorize the Mayor, and his designee, to enter into an Agreement with El Cajon Boulevard Business Improvement Association for an amount not-to- exceed 5,000, for Public Art in Little Saigon District; and Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to expend an amount not-to-exceed 5,000 from Council District 9: Fund No. 100000/Cost Center No. 1109110009 GL 512059 to provide funds for the above referenced Agreement. Proposed Actions: Tuesday, April 17, 2018 Page 12 (R-2018-442) Resolution allocating 5,000 to El Cajon Boulevard Business Improvement Association for public art in the Little Saigon District pursuant to Council Policy 100-06, City Council Funding of Community Projects, Programs, and Services.

Tagged Passions:streets, arts, policy, services, council, funding, program, finance, and business

Committee Actions Taken: N/A

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Total Estimated Cost of Proposed Action and Funding Source:

Authorize the Mayor, and his designee, to enter into an Agreement with Somali Bantu Association of America for an amount not-to-exceed 15,000, for Youth Program Director; and Authorize the Chief Financial Officer to expend an amount not-to-exceed 15,000 from Council District 9: Fund No. 100000/Cost Center No. 1109110009 GL 512059 to provide funds for the above referenced Agreement. Proposed Actions: (R-2018 429) Resolution allocating 15,000 to Somali Bantu Association of America for the Youth Program Director pursuant to Council Policy 100-06, City Council Funding of Community Projects, Programs, and Services.

Tagged Passions:policy, services, council, youth, funding, program, and finance

Committee Actions Taken: N/A

Proposed Actions: (R-2018-302) Declaring a Continued State of Emergency Regarding the Discharge of Raw Sewage from Tijuana, Mexico. City Attorney Contact: Thomas C. Zeleny Item 115: Amendments to the 2018 Legislative Calendar.

Tagged Passions:legal, Immigration, and emergency

Total Estimated Cost of Proposed Action and Funding Source: N/A

Proposed Actions: (R-2018-476) Resolution Amending the 2018 Legislative Calendar This item is not subject to the Mayor's veto.

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Committee Actions Taken: N/A

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PROCLAMATIONS/CEREMONIAL ITEMS (PRESENTED IN CHAMBERS)

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NOTE: The following Proclamations will be presented in Council Chambers and approved by Unanimous Consent unless pulled for discussion.

Item 30: Geena the Latina Day. PRESENTED BY COUNCIL PRESIDENT COLE: Proclaiming April 17, 2018, to be Geena the Latina Day in the City of San Diego. Item 31: Summer Reading Awareness Month. PRESENTED BY COUNCILMEMBER ZAPF: Proclaiming May 2018, to be Summer Reading Awareness Month in the City of San Diego.
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PROCLAMATIONS/CEREMONIAL ITEMS (NOT PRESENTED IN CHAMBERS)

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NOTE: The following Proclamations will NOT be presented in Council Chambers. They will be approved by Unanimous Consent unless pulled for discussion.

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Item 32: Earth Day 2018.

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COUNCILMEMBER WARD, COUNCILMEMBER ALVAREZ, AND COUNCILMEMBER G MEZ S RECOMMENDATION:

Proclaiming April 22, 2018, to be Earth Day 2018 in the City of San Diego. Item 33: Jesse Navarro Day. COUNCIL PRESIDENT COLE'S RECOMMENDATION: Proclaiming April 6, 2018, to be Jesse Navarro Day in the City of San Diego. Tuesday, April 17, 2018 Page 15 SPECIAL ORDERS OF BUSINESS None. ITEMS PULLED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA NON-AGENDA PUBLIC COMMENT This portion of the agenda provides an opportunity for members of the public to address the Council on items of interest within the jurisdiction of the Council. (Comments relating to items on today's docket are to be taken at the time the item is heard.) Per Section 22.0101, Rule 2.6.2, of the San Diego Municipal Code, comments are limited to two (2) minutes per speaker. Speakers may not allocate their time to other speakers. If there are eight (8) or more speakers on a single issue, the maximum time allotted for that issue will be sixteen (16) minutes. Non-Agenda Public Comment is limited to 30 minutes during the Tuesday morning Council session. Any remaining speakers will be given an opportunity to speak after Council concludes the remaining agenda items for that day. Speaker order will generally be decided on a first-come, first-served basis. However, in the event that there are more than fifteen (15) Non-Agenda Public Comment speakers on a particular Tuesday, priority may be given to those speakers who did not speak during Non- Agenda Public Comment at the most recent prior Council meeting.

Tagged Passions:Conservation, events, and business

MAYOR, COUNCIL, CITY ATTORNEY, INDEPENDENT BUDGET ANALYST, CITY CLERK COMMENT

Tagged Passions:budget, legal, and council

UPDATES ON PENDING LEGISLATION (MAYOR'S OFFICE)

REQUESTS FOR CONTINUANCE BY COUNCILMEMBERS

ADOPTION AGENDA, DISCUSSION ITEMS

Tuesday, April 17, 2018 Page 16

ADOPTION AGENDA

Item 330: FY2019 Business Improvement District Budgets Annual Appropriation Process.

This item will be considered in the afternoon session which is scheduled to begin at 2:00 p.m.
Tagged Passions:budget, funding, and business

Total Estimated Cost of Proposed Action and Funding Source:

Approximately 1.6 million in new BID assessments will be collected from assessed businesses over the course of the fiscal year and provided to the respective nonprofit business associations (BID associations) for program implementation. Most of the BID funds have balances from the prior year revenue and when those balances are included with the projected assessments then there will be approximately 1.7 million available to the BID associations for FY2019. Proposed Actions:

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, funding, program, and business

Subitem-A: (R-2018-461) Resolution appointing the Fiscal Year 2019 advisory boards for specified parking and business improvement areas in the City.

Tagged Passions:appointments, parking, and business

Subitem-B: (R-2018-458) Resolution approving the Fiscal Year 2019 budget reports for specified parking and business improvement areas.

Tagged Passions:budget, parking, and business

Subitem-C: (R-2018-459) Resolution declaring the Council's intention to levy and collect annual assessments from businesses located in specified parking and business improvement areas for Fiscal Year 2019 and fixing the time and place for a related public hearing.

Directing the City Clerk to give notice of the Public Hearing by causing publication of this Resolution once in a newspaper of general circulation in the City of San Diego not less than seven days before the Public Hearing, in accordance with California Streets and Highways Code Section 36534(b). DISCUSSION, RESOLUTIONS TO BE ADOPTED: Tuesday, April 17, 2018 Page 17 Committee Actions Taken: This item was heard at the Economic Development and Intergovernmental Relations Committee meeting on March 22, 2018. ACTION: Motion by Councilmember Bry second by Chair Ward, to recommend Council adopt the Resolutions. VOTE: 3-0; Ward-yea, Kersey-yea, Bry-yea, Alvarez-not present.
Tagged Passions:hearing, streets, council, development, intergovernmental, parking, Development, economic development, and business

Economic Development: Elizabeth Studebaker, (619) 533-4561 City Attorney Contact: Delmar G. Williams

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Tagged Passions:legal, development, Development, and economic development

ADOPTION AGENDA

Item 331: 10715 Sorrento Valley MMCC (Marijuana Outlet) - Project No. 527802. This item will be considered in the afternoon session which is scheduled to begin at 2:00 p.m.
Tagged Passions:marijuana and drugs

Total Estimated Cost of Proposed Action and Funding Source:

None with this action. All costs associated with the processing of this project are paid from a deposit account maintained by the applicant. Proposed Actions:

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Conditional Use Permit (CUP) for a Marijuana Outlet to operate in a 3,697- square-foot tenant space within an existing one-story 5,451-square-foot commercial building located at 10715 Sorrento Valley Road in the IL-3-1 Zone and the Coastal (Non-Appealable) Overlay Zone within the Torrey Pines Community Plan Area. On September 12, 2017, City Council approved Resolution No. R-311318 granting an appeal of the Environmental Determination of Exemption from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). Pursuant to San Diego Municipal Code Section 112.0520(e), the City Council retains jurisdiction to act on the environmental determination and associated project. Addendum No. 527802 to Negative Declaration No. 82- 0331 has been prepared for the project in accordance with the CEQA Guidelines. No changes in circumstances have occurred, and no new information of substantial importance has been manifested, which would result in new significant, or substantially increased adverse impacts as a result of the current project for the purposes of CEQA.

DISCUSSION, NOTICED HEARINGS: Tuesday, April 17, 2018 Page 18 Subitem-A: (R-2018-449) Resolution approving an Addendum to Negative Declaration No. 82-0331 (Addendum No. 527802) for 10715 Sorrento Valley. Directing the City Clerk to file a Notice of Determination with the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors for the County of San Diego regarding the Project. Subitem A is not subject to the Mayor's veto. Subitem-B: (R-2018-450) Resolution approving Conditional Use Permit No. 1865509 for a Marijuana Outlet located at 10715 Sorrento Valley. Subitem B is not subject to the Mayor's veto.
Tagged Passions:hearing, streets, commercial, council, rental, marijuana, grant, drugs, and environment

Committee Actions Taken: N/A

Development Services: Firouzeh Tirandazi, (619) 446-5325 City Attorney Contact: Corrine Neuffer Item 332: AT T Mesa College - Project No. 566494. This item will be considered in the afternoon session which is scheduled to begin at 2:00 p.m.

Tagged Passions:university, legal, services, development, and Development

Total Estimated Cost of Proposed Action and Funding Source:

All costs associated with processing this project are paid by the applicant. Proposed Actions:

Tagged Passions:funding

Approval of all actions necessary for the approval of a Wireless Communications Facility installed on the Mathematics and Natural Science Building on Mesa College, located at 7250 Mesa College Drive in the Clairemont Mesa Community Plan Area.

Tagged Passions:university, wireless, Communications, Wireless, communications, curriculum, and facility

(R-2018-453) Resolution granting Planned Development Permit No. 2091137, Site Development Permit No. 2091138, and Neighborhood Use Permit No. 2091139 for the AT T Mesa College Project.

This item is not subject to the Mayor's veto.
Tagged Passions:university, development, grant, Development, and neighborhood

Committee Actions Taken: N/A

Development Services: Simon Tse, (619) 687-5984 City Attorney Contact: Casey Shaw Tuesday, April 17, 2018 Page 19

Tagged Passions:legal, services, development, and Development

Item 333: Street Vacation for Jamacha Road and Cardiff Street - PTS No. 577902.

This item will be considered in the afternoon session which is scheduled to begin at 2:00 p.m.
Tagged Passions:streets

Total Estimated Cost of Proposed Action and Funding Source:

The cost of this project is paid for by Internal Order No. 21004377 - Fund No. 100000 (Real Estate Assets Department). However, approval of the project will accomodate the sale of surplus City-owned land with proceeds from the sale and the net costs related to the sale will be deposited in the Capital Outlay-Misc Fund 400002. Proposed Actions: (R-2018-454) Resolution approving Public Right of Way Vacation No. 2104041 vacating a portion of public right-of-way located at the southwest corner of Jamacha Road and Cardiff Street. Directing Development Services to record a certified copy of this Resolution with attached exhibits, attested by the City Clerk under seal, in the Office of the County Recorder. This item is not subject to the Mayor's veto.

Tagged Passions:streets, services, development, surplus, funding, Development, and sale

Committee Actions Taken: N/A

Development Services: Peter Kann, (619) 446-5443 City Attorney Contact: Casey Shaw Item 334: Amendments to the Land Development Code Related to Placemaking. This item will be considered in the afternoon session which is scheduled to begin at 2:00 p.m.

Tagged Passions:legal, services, development, and Development

Total Estimated Cost of Proposed Action and Funding Source:

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding

In December 2016 City Council adopted the Reinvestment Initiative authorizing use of former Enterprise Zone funds for Placemaking Loans and Activation Grants to encourage new community based projects. These funds are eligible for placemaking projects. Development Services Department costs associated with placemaking projects will be paid for by the applicant.

Proposed Actions: (O-2018-16 Cor. Copy 3) (Rev. 4/16/18) Introduction of an Ordinance amending the San Diego Municipal Code to define a new use category for placemaking, which is a planning concept that refers to creating spaces that serve the needs of neighborhoods by enhancing streetscapes and allowing creative uses of public right-of-way or private property, particularly of land that is unused or underused, in order to create more vibrant and livable communities. This Ordinance allows placemaking projects as a limited use in designated zones and describes the applicable regulations for placemaking projects proposed in the public right-of-way or on private property. This Ordinance also makes non- substantive changes to conform the formatting to current, standard San Diego Municipal Code conventions and to make the subsections more consistent with one another. Committee Actions Taken: The Safe Growth and Land Use Committee voted 4-0 to recommend approval of the ordinance.
Tagged Passions:streets, property, services, ordinance, council, development, conventions, grant, funding, Development, planning, regulation, neighborhood, growth, and streetscape

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