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City Council Meeting Agenda and Staff Reports

April 6, 2016

CITY COUNCIL
AND AS SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE PALM SPRINGS COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
CITY OF PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA
Council Chamber, 3200 East Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, California 92262
www.palmspringsca.gov

AGENDA



Robert Moon, Mayor
Chris Mills, Mayor Pro Tem
Ginny Foat, Councilmember
Geoff Kors, Councilmember
J.R. Roberts, Councilmember

 City of Palm Springs Mission Statement: Palm Springs is an inclusive world-class city dedicated to providing excellent and responsive public services to enhance the quality of life for current and future generations.

David H. Ready, Esq., Ph.D., City Manager
James Thompson, Chief of Staff/City Clerk
Marcus Fuller, Assistant City Manager/City Engineer
Douglas C. Holland, City Attorney
Geoffrey S. Kiehl, Director of Finance and Treasurer

Any person who wishes to speak regarding an item on the agenda or on a subject within the City’s jurisdiction during the “Public Comments” portion of the agenda must file a “Speaker Card” with the City Clerk BEFORE that portion of the agenda is called.  Although the City Council values your comments, pursuant to the Brown Act, it generally cannot take any action on items not listed on the posted agenda.

Testimony for Public Hearings will only be taken at the time of the hearing.  Any person who wishes to speak at a Public Hearing must file a “Speaker Card” with the City Clerk BEFORE the Public Hearing is called.

Pursuant to G.C. Section 54957.5(b)(2) the designated office for inspection of records in connection with the meeting is the Office of the City Clerk, City Hall, 3200 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way.  Complete Agenda Packets are available for public inspection at: City Hall Office of the City Clerk.  Agenda and staff reports are available on the City’s website www.palmspringsca.gov.  If you would like additional information on any item appearing on this agenda, please contact the Office of the City Clerk at (760) 323-8204.

Please note, any agenda item which has not been initiated by 10:00 P.M. may be continued to a subsequent meeting.

City Council meetings are webcast live on the City’s website www.palmspringsca.gov and cablecast live on PSCTV Channel 17 and 26.103.  Meetings are re-broadcast (following the meeting) on Thursday at 8:00 P.M., Saturday at 1:30 P.M. and Tuesday at 7:00 P.M.

It is the intention of the City of Palm Springs to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in all respects.  If, as an attendee or a participant at this meeting, or in meetings on a regular basis, you will need special assistance beyond what is normally provided, the City will attempt to accommodate you in every reasonable manner.  Please contact the Office of the City Clerk, 323-8204, at least 48 hours prior to the meeting to inform us of your particular needs and to determine if accommodation is feasible.

5:00 P.M. CLOSED SESSION

CALL TO ORDER (Council Chamber):

PUBLIC COMMENT (Council Chamber):  This time has been set aside for members of the public to address the City Council on items contained only on the Closed Session Agenda.

RECESS TO CLOSED SESSION (Small Conference Room):  See Closed Session Agenda.

6:00 P.M. REGULAR MEETING

 CALL TO ORDER:

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:  Girl Scout Troop 1744.

INVOCATION:  Dr. Sharon Stroud, Inner Faith Spiritual Center. 

ROLL CALL:

PRESENTATIONS:

REPORT OF CLOSED SESSION:

ACCEPTANCE OF THE AGENDA:  The City Council will discuss the order of the agenda, may amend the order, add urgency items, note abstentions or “no” votes on Consent Calendar items, and request Consent Calendar items be removed from the Consent Calendar for discussion.  The City Council may also remove items from the Consent Calendar prior to that portion of the Agenda.

1.    PUBLIC HEARINGS:

1.A.    ROBERT HERSCU OF SOUTH PALM CANYON, LLC, APPEALING THE DECEMBER 9, 2015, DECISION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION TO DENY A REQUEST FOR A ONE-YEAR EXTENSION OF TIME FOR A PREVIOUSLY APPROVED MIXED-USE PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT CONSISTING OF 125 CONDOMINIUM UNITS AND APPROXIMATELY 39,000-SQUARE FEET OF COMMERCIAL RETAIL SPACE ON A 2.67-ACRE SITE LOCATED AT 440-490 SOUTH PALM CANYON DRIVE (PDD 311):  
RECOMMENDATION: 1) Public Testimony was closed on
February 3, 2016; and 2) Adopt Resolution No. ____, “A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA, UPHOLDING THE PLANNING COMMISSION DECISION TO DENY A REQUEST FOR A ONE-YEAR EXTENSION OF TIME FOR A PREVIOUSLY APPROVED MIXED-USE PLANNED DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT CONSISTING OF 125 CONDOMINIUM UNITS AND APPROXIMATELY 39,000-SQUARE FEET OF COMMERCIAL RETAIL SPACE ON A 2.67-ACRE SITE LOCATED AT 440-490 SOUTH PALM CANYON DRIVE, ZONE CBD (PDD 311).”

1.B.    42nd PROGRAM YEAR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) 2016-17 ANNUAL ACTION PLAN AND CDBG BUDGET APPROVAL, AUTHORIZATION TO SUBMIT TO THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT GRANT NO. B-16-MC-06-05610 IN THE AMOUNT OF $387,462, AND APPROVING SUBRECIPIENT AGREEMENTS
RECOMMENDATION: 1) Open the public hearing and receive public testimony; and 2) Adopt Resolution No._____, "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA, APPROVING THE 2015-2019 CONSOLIDATED PLAN STRATEGIC GOALS AND THE 2016-2017 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) ANNUAL ACTION PLAN, APPROVING THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2016-2017, AUTHORIZING THE SUBMITTAL OF THE PLANS AND BUDGET TO THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING & URBAN DEVELOPMENT (HUD), AND AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE THE APPROVAL/AGREEMENT (GRANT NO. B-16-MC-06-05610) WITH HUD IN THE AMOUNT OF $387,462 AND TO EXECUTE ALL SUBRECIPIENT AGREEMENTS."  A5814. 

Boys & Girls Club of Palm Springs                 A6508
    Gymnasium Interior Renovation            $47,650

Mizell Senior Center                         A6392
    Energy-Saving Patio Enclosure            $47,650

Refuge Community Development Corporation        A____
    Refuge House                          $80,000

Desert AIDS Project                         A6507
    Emergency Preparedness Generator              $47,651

Jewish Family Services of San Diego             A6255-1
    Nightengale Manor Expansion            $58,900

Fair Housing Council of Riverside, Inc.             A6510
    Fair Housing Services                    $30,000

DIGICOM Film Festival                     A____
    Help for Your Family                      $21,000

Catholic Charities San Bernardino & Riverside Counties     A____
    In-Home Casework                    $15,000

Jewish Family Services of the Desert             A6512
    Senior Care Emergency Assistance              $15,000

1.C.    APPEAL BY DAN DORADO OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION DECISION TO DENY A LAND USE PERMIT FOR TEMPORARY AUTOMOBILE SALES IN AN EXISTING RETAIL PARKING LOT (WALMART) AT 5601 EAST RAMON ROAD (CASE LUP 16-016)
RECOMMENDATION:  1) Open the public hearing and receive public testimony; and 2) Adopt Resolution No. ____, “A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA, UPHOLDING THE PLANNING COMMISSION’S DECISION TO DENY A REQUEST FOR A LAND USE PERMIT TO ALLOW TEMPORARY AUTOMOBILE SALES IN AN EXISTING RETAIL PARKING LOT AT 5601 EAST RAMON ROAD, ZONE M-1.”

PUBLIC COMMENT:  This time has been set aside for members of the public to address the City Council on Consent Calendar and other agenda items; and items of general interest within the subject matter jurisdiction of the City.  Although the City Council values your comments, pursuant to the Brown Act, it generally cannot take any action on items not listed on the posted agenda.  Three (3) minutes assigned for each speaker.  Testimony for Public Hearings will only be taken at the time of the hearing.

CITY COUNCIL SUB-COMMITTEE REPORTS AND UPDATES:  This time is set aside for City Council sub-committees to provide brief reports and updates. 

COUNCILMEMBER COMMENTS: This portion of the meeting is set aside for brief general comments, and/or other issues of concern from members of the City Council. 

CITY MANAGER’S REPORT:  This time is set aside for the City Manager to update the City Council on important items initiated by staff or previously requested by the City Council.

2.    CONSENT CALENDAR:
The following routine matters may be acted upon by one motion.  Individual items may be removed by the Council for separate discussion at this time or under Approval of the Agenda.  The title is deemed to be read and further reading waived on any ordinance listed on the Consent Calendar for introduction or adoption.

2.A.    REPORT ON THE POSTING OF THE AGENDA:
RECOMMENDATION:  Receive and file Report on the Posting of the April 6, 2016, City Council Agenda.

2.B.    APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
RECOMMENDATION: Approve the City Council Minutes of February 3, 2016, and March 16, 2016. 

2.C.    ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 8.60 OF THE PALM SPRINGS MUNICIPAL CODE (PSMC) RELATING TO WATER EFFICIENT LANDSCAPE REGULATIONS
RECOMMENDATION:  Waive the reading of the ordinance text in its entirety and adopt Ordinance No. 1890, “AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA, AMENDING CHAPTER 8.60 OF THE PALM SPRINGS MUNICIPAL CODE (PSMC) RELATING TO WATER EFFICIENT LANDSCAPE REGULATIONS.”

2.D.    ACCEPT THE RESIGNATION OF DEE DEE WILSON BARTON FROM THE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION
RECOMMENDATION:  1) Accept with regret the resignation of Dee Dee Wilson Barton from the Human Rights Commission; and 2) Direct the City Clerk to post a Notice of Vacancy for the term ending June 30, 2018. 

2.E.    REALLOCATE JUDICIAL RESOURCES TO ENSURE EQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE FOR ALL CALIFORNIANS
RECOMMENDATION:  Adopt Resolution No. _____, “A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA, URGING THE GOVERNOR, LEGISLATURE, AND JUDICIAL COUNCIL TO WORK TOGETHER TO REALLOCATE JUDICIAL RESOURCES TO ENSURE EQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE FOR ALL CALIFORNIANS.”   

2.F.    ACCEPT THE RESIGNATION OF MARK POLISCHAK FROM THE SUSTAINABILITY COMMISSION
RECOMMENDATION:  1) Accept with regret the resignation of Mark Polischak from the Sustainability Commission; and 2) Direct the City Clerk to post a Notice of Vacancy for the term ending June 30, 2017. 

2.G.    TREASURER’S INVESTMENT REPORT AS OF FEBRUARY 29, 2016:
RECOMMENDATION: Receive and File the Treasurer’s Investment Report as of February 29, 2016. 

2.H.    APPROVAL OF CLAIMS AND DEMANDS:
RECOMMENDATION:  Adopt Resolution No. _____, “A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA, APPROVING PAYMENT OF CLAIMS AND DEMANDS BY WARRANTS NUMBERED 1083971, 1084169, AND 1084170 IN THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF $6,092.38, DRAWN ON BANK OF AMERICA.” 

2.I.    APPROVAL OF PAYROLL WARRANTS, CLAIMS AND DEMANDS:
RECOMMENDATION:  1) Adopt Resolution No. _____, “A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA, APPROVING PAYMENT OF PAYROLL WARRANTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 02-27-2016 BY WARRANTS NUMBERED 419465 THROUGH 419477 TOTALING $21,502.71 LIABILITY CHECKS NUMBERED 1084193 THROUGH 1084211 TOTALING $90,923.31, FIVE WIRE TRANSFERS FOR $57,225.01, AND THREE ELECTRONIC ACH DEBITS OF $1,236,771.92 IN THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF $1,406,422.95, DRAWN ON BANK OF AMERICA;” 2) Adopt Resolution No. _____, “A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA, APPROVING PAYMENT OF CLAIMS AND DEMANDS BY WARRANTS NUMBERED 1084212 THROUGH 1084377 IN THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF $2,600,171.13, DRAWN ON BANK OF AMERICA;” 3) Adopt Resolution No. _____, “A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA, APPROVING PAYMENT OF CLAIM AND DEMAND BY WARRANT NUMBERED 1084378 IN THE AMOUNT OF $2,260.25, DRAWN ON BANK OF AMERICA;” 4) Adopt Resolution No. _____, “A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA, APPROVING PAYMENT OF CLAIMS AND DEMANDS BY WARRANTS NUMBERED 1084379 THROUGH 1084491 IN THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF $1,515,055.36, DRAWN ON BANK OF AMERICA;” and 5) Adopt Resolution No. _____, “A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA, APPROVING PAYMENT OF PAYROLL WARRANTS FOR THE PERIOD ENDED 03-12-2016 BY WARRANTS NUMBERED 419478 THROUGH 419487 TOTALING $17,310.16 LIABILITY CHECKS NUMBERED 1084492 THROUGH 1084510 TOTALING $91,236.73, FIVE WIRE TRANSFERS FOR $57,675.01, AND THREE ELECTRONIC ACH DEBITS OF $1,211,879.89 IN THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF $1,378,101.79, DRAWN ON BANK OF AMERICA.”

2.J.    ACCEPTANCE OF AIRPORT TSA SECURITY DOOR PROJECT (CP 15-24):   
RECOMMENDATION:  1) Accept the public works improvement identified as Airport TSA Security Door Project (CP 15-24) as completed in accordance with the plans and specifications; and 2) Authorize the City Engineer to execute and file for recordation with the Riverside County Recorder a Notice of Completion for the Airport TSA Security Door Project (CP 15-24).  A6801. 

2.K.    APPROVAL OF RIGHT OF WAY ACQUISITION AGREEMENTS FOR THE SOUTH PALM CANYON DRIVE LOW WATER CROSSING BRIDGE REPLACEMENT AT ARENAS CANYON SOUTH (CP 06-18) FEDERAL AID PROJECT NO. BR-NBIL (502)
RECOMMENDATION:  1) Approve a Right-of-Way Agreement for Acquisition of Flood Control and Drainage Easement in the amount of Zero Dollars ($0) with 4348 Lockwood Avenue, LLC as to an undivided twenty-six percent interest (26%) interest, Michael L. Cole and Janet K. Cole, husband and wife as joint tenants, as to an undivided four percent (4%) interest, and Jogesh Kumar Vashisht and Sunita Kumar Vashisht, Trustees for the Vashisht Family Revocable Trust dated May 2, 2001, and Restated May 4, 2010, as to an undivided seventy percent (70%) interest, all as tenants in common; 2) Approve a Temporary Construction Easement Agreement in the amount of $29,000 with 4348 Lockwood Avenue, LLC as to an undivided twenty-six percent interest (26%) interest, Michael L. Cole and Janet K. Cole, husband and wife as joint tenants, as to an undivided four percent (4%) interest, and Jogesh Kumar Vashisht and Sunita Kumar Vashisht, Trustees for the Vashisht Family Revocable Trust dated May 2, 2001, and Restated May 4, 2010, as to an undivided seventy percent (70%) interest, all as tenants in common; 3) Approve an Assignment of Easement Agreement in the amount of Zero Dollars ($0) with 4348 Lockwood Avenue, LLC as to an undivided twenty-six percent interest (26%) interest, Michael L. Cole and Janet K. Cole, husband and wife as joint tenants, as to an undivided four percent (4%) interest, and Jogesh Kumar Vashisht and Sunita Kumar Vashisht, Trustees for the Vashisht Family Revocable Trust Dated May 2, 2001, and Restated May 4, 2010, as to an undivided seventy percent (70%) interest, all as tenants in common; and 4) Authorize the Assistant City Manager to execute all necessary documents, open escrow, and pay for associated escrow and title costs associated with the right-of-way acquisitions.  A____.  A____.  A____. 
   
2.L.    REASSIGNMENT TO THE HISTORIC PLAZA THEATER CITY COUNCIL AD HOC SUBCOMMITTEE
RECOMMENDATION: Appoint Mayor Moon to Mayor Pro Tem Mills’ position on the Historic Plaza Theater City Council Ad Hoc Subcommittee. 

2.M.    AUTHORIZE THE PURCHASE OF 20 NEW REPLACEMENT VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $1,000,000:
RECOMMENDATION:  1) Authorize the purchase of 1 new Ford or Chevrolet 15 passenger van (CNG) for the Parks & Recreation Department to replace Unit 070602; 2) Authorize the purchase of 1 new Chevrolet Volt (Hybrid) vehicle for the Building & Safety Department to replace Unit 090702; 3) Authorize the purchase of 3 new Ford F-150 trucks, or equivalent sport utility vehicle model, (conventional gasoline [non-CNG] vehicles), including required outfitting, for the Fire Department to replace Units 1P5101, 1P5206, and 1P5306; 4) Authorize the purchase of 2 new Chevrolet CNG trucks for the Public Works & Engineering Department (Engineering Division) to replace Units 320103 and 320605; 5) Authorize the purchase of 2 new battery powered arrow boards for the Public Works & Engineering Department (Street Maintenance Division) to replace Units 3T1691 and 3T1791; 6) Authorize the purchase of 2 new Chevrolet CNG trucks for the Public Works & Engineering Department (Street Maintenance Division) to replace Units 301099 and 306501;
7) Authorize the purchase of 1 new Ford F-550 CNG dump truck for the Public Works & Engineering Department (Street Maintenance Division) to replace Unit 306601; 8) Authorize the purchase of 1 new Chevrolet CNG truck for the Facilities & Maintenance Department to replace Unit 500196; 9) Authorize the purchase of 2 new pressure washers (conventional gasoline/diesel powered) for the Facilities & Maintenance Department to replace Units 504005 and 504110; 10) Authorize the purchase of 2 new Kawasaki Mule all-purpose utility vehicles (conventional gasoline/diesel powered) for the Airport to replace Units 800908 and 801308; 11) Authorize the purchase of 1 new paint striping machine (conventional gasoline/diesel powered) for the Airport to replace Unit 803207; 12) Authorize the purchase of 1 new Ford or Chevrolet 15 passenger van (CNG) for the Public Works & Engineering Department (Fleet Maintenance Division) to replace existing van, Unit 990103; 13) Authorize the purchase of 1 new Chevrolet CNG truck for the Public Works & Engineering Department (Fleet Maintenance Division) to replace Unit 990103; 14) Authorize staff to conduct the appropriate bid processes, or utilize cooperative purchase contracts if available, in accordance with Procurement procedures; and Authorize the City Manager to execute all necessary documents, including Purchase Orders for the new replacement vehicles and equipment, in a total cumulative amount not to exceed $1,000,000.

2.N.    MILLS ACT HISTORIC SITE CONTRACT FOR THE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 1197 ABRIGO ROAD (THE THEODORE AND CLAIR MORSE RESIDENCE) CLASS 1 HISTORIC SITE (HSPB 94):  
RECOMMENDATION:  1) Approve a Mills Act Historic Property Agreement with Joan and Gary Gand, owners of “The Theodore and Clair Morse Residence” located at 1197 Abrigo Road, a Class 1 Historic Site (HSPB 94); 2) Authorize the City Manager to execute the Agreement; and 3) Direct the City Clerk to record the Agreement.  A____. 

2.O.    MILLS ACT HISTORIC SITE CONTRACT FOR THE PROPERTY LOCATED AT 175 SOUTH CAHUILLA ROAD (CASA CODY INN) CLASS 1 HISTORIC SITE (HSPB 59):  
RECOMMENDATION:  1) Approve a Mills Act Historic Property Agreement with Frank Tysen and Therese Hayes, owners of “Casa Cody Inn” located at 175 South Cahuilla Road, a Class 1 Historic Site (HSPB 59); 2) Authorize the City Manager to execute the Agreement; and 3) Direct the City Clerk to record the Agreement.  A____. 

2.P.    APPOINT THE MAYOR TO THE CITY’S INVESTMENT COMMITTEE
RECOMMENDATION:  Appoint the Mayor to the City’s Investment Committee in accordance with Section 17.0 of the City of Palm Springs Investment Policy adopted by Resolution No. 23539. 

EXCLUDED CONSENT CALENDAR:  Items removed from the Consent Calendar for separate discussion are considered at this time.

3.    LEGISLATIVE:  None. 

4.    UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

4.A.    CONTINUED CITY COUNCIL DISCUSSION ON CITY ATTORNEY SERVICES:
RECOMMENDATION:  Direct Staff as appropriate.

4.B.    CONSIDERATION OF AN AMENDMENT TO THE MUSEUM MARKET PLAZA SPECIFIC PLAN:
    Staff Report Part 2                                              Staff Report Part 3 
RECOMMENDATION:  1) Waive the reading of the ordinance text in its entirety and adopt Ordinance No. 1889, “AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA, AMENDING THE MUSEUM MARKET PLAZA SPECIFIC PLAN, AND REDESIGNATING IT AS THE DOWNTOWN PALM SPRINGS SPECIFIC PLAN.”
OR
2) Consider and approve the following changes to the Amendment to the Museum Market Plaza Specific Plan:
a)    Increase building setbacks for the “annex” building located on Block C with a setback of 70 feet diagonal from the southwest corner of North Palm Canyon Drive and Main Street;
b)    Reduce building height of the “annex” building to a maximum height of 28 feet; and
c)    Establish a building setback of 12 feet on the north side of Main Street along Blocks B and B1 in accordance with the originally approved Museum Market Plaza Specific Plan.
3) Waive the reading of the ordinance text in its entirety and reintroduce for first reading Ordinance No. 1889, “AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA, AMENDING THE MUSEUM MARKET PLAZA SPECIFIC PLAN, AND REDESIGNATING IT AS THE DOWNTOWN PALM SPRINGS SPECIFIC PLAN;” and
4) Reaffirm Resolution No. 23977, as the modifications to the Amendment to the Museum Market Plaza Specific Plan will not result in a new significant impact not previously analyzed in Addendum No. 2 to the previously-certified Environmental Impact Report.

FOLLOWING ARE PREVIOUSLY APPROVED BY CITY COUNCIL AND ARE PROVIDED HERE FOR REFERENCE:

     2009 EIR - Tech Appendices                                  Append D. Pt 2 Asbestos
                        Append A. NOPIS & Comments         Append E. WSA
                        Append B. AQ                                       Append F. Noise
                        Append C. Cultural                              Append G. Traffic
                        Append D. Pt 1 Phase 1                      Append H. Fiscal

        01. MMPSP EIR Cover TOC & Summary
        02. MMPSP EIR Section I.10.21.08
        03. MMPSP EIR Section II.10.21.08
        04. MMPSP EIR Section III.9.08 Part 1 (pages 1-112)
               04. MMPSP EIR Section III.9.08 Part 2 (pages 113-224)
        05. MMPSP EIR Section IV
        06. MMPSP EIR Section V
        07. MMPSP EIR Section VI
        08. MMPSP EIR Section VII
        09. MMPSP EIR Section VIII
        10. MMPSP EIR Section IX

     2009 Specific Plan
               Museum Market Plaza Specific Plan

     2012 EIR Addendum
               5.1204 Final EIR Addendum - 10-17-2012 Complete

5.    NEW BUSINESS:

5.A.    APPOINT TWO MEMBERS OF THE CITY COUNCIL TO THE CITY COUNCIL MEDICAL CANNABIS AD HOC SUBCOMMITTEE
RECOMMENDATION:  Appoint two-members of the City Council to the City Council Medical Cannabis Ad Hoc Subcommittee. 

5.B.    APPOINT TWO MEMBERS OF THE CITY COUNCIL TO THE CITY COUNCIL TRAILS AD HOC SUBCOMMITTEE
RECOMMENDATION:  Appoint two-members of the City Council to the City Council Trails Ad Hoc Subcommittee. 

5.C.    APPROVAL OF A CONFORMITY REPORT FOR A PROPOSED PARKING STRUCTURE ON TRIBAL TRUST LAND CONSISTING OF A FOUR-LEVEL 850-SPACE PARKING STRUCTURE ON A 2.8 ACRE PARCEL LOCATED AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF CALLE ENCILIA AND AMADO ROAD, (CASE 5.1390)
RECOMMENDATION:  Adopt Resolution No. ____, “A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA, APPROVING A CONFORMITY REPORT FOR A PROPOSED PARKING STRUCTURE ON TRIBAL TRUST LAND AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF CALLE ENCILIA AND AMADO ROAD, DIRECTING STAFF TO TRANSMIT SAID REPORT TO THE TRIBAL COUNCIL OF THE AGUA CALIENTE BAND OF CAHUILLA INDIANS, AND WAIVING THE JOINT MEETING BETWEEN THE CITY COUNCIL AND TRIBAL COUNCIL, ZONE RA (RESORT ATTRACTION), SECTION 14 SPECIFIC PLAN (CASE 5.1390).”

5.D.    DISCUSSION ON REQUIREMENTS FOR GENDER NEUTRAL RESTROOMS:
RECOMMENDATION:  Direct Staff as appropriate.

5.E.    SELECTION OF PROPOSER WITH WHOM TO NEGOTIATE A PURCHASE AND SALE AGREEMENT FOR THE SALE OF THE PROPERTY TO REDEVELOP THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY-OWNED PROPERTY AT 342-344 NORTH PALM CANYON DRIVE (APN 513-081-017):
RECOMMENDATION:  1) Review evaluation and ranking of proposals received in response to a Request for Proposals (RFP) to purchase the Successor Agency-owned property at 342-344 North Palm Canyon Drive (Cork n Bottle) and approve selection of top-ranked respondent; and
2) Direct staff to negotiate a purchase and sale agreement with top-ranked respondent for disposition of the Successor Agency-owned property at 342-344 North Palm Canyon Drive.  A____. 

5.F.    APPROVE TRAFFIC STRIPING TO IMPLEMENT A “ROAD DIET” CONVERSION ON MURRAY CANYON DRIVE AS PART OF THE 2015 CITYWIDE ANNUAL SLURRY SEAL (CP 15-02):
RECOMMENDATION:  Approve the implementation of a “road diet” on Murray Canyon Drive between S. Palm Canyon Drive and Toledo Avenue, to convert the existing 4-lane roadway to a 2-lane divided roadway with parking and buffered bicycle lanes, as part of the 2015 Citywide Annual Slurry Seal (CP 15-02). 

COUNCILMEMBER COMMENTS, REQUESTS, AND REPORTS: Additional general comments, reports, announcements, requests of staff and/or issues of concern to Councilmembers are briefly presented at this time.

ADJOURNMENT:  The City Council will adjourn to the next regular meeting Wednesday, April 20, 2016, at 6:00 P.M. Council Chamber, City Hall, preceded by Closed Session, Small Conference Room, City Hall, 3200 East Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs.

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