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Location:
Council Chambers, 276 Fourth Avenue, Chula Vista, CA

REGULAR CITY COUNCIL AND SPECIAL SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY AND HOUSING AUTHORITY MEETING

Notice is hereby given that the Mayor has called and will convene special meetings
of the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency
and Housing Authority meeting jointly
with the City Council at the time and location stated on this agenda.


Watch live in English and Spanish:
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Free Spanish interpretation is available on-site.

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Accessibility: In compliance with the American Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the City Clerk’s Office at [email protected] or (619) 691-5041. Providing at least 48 hours' notice will help ensure that reasonable arrangements can be made.

 

Gov. Code § 84308: Parties to any proceeding involving a license, permit, or other entitlement for use pending before the City Council must disclose any campaign contribution over $250 (aggregated) within the preceding 12 months made by the party, their agent, and those required to be aggregated with their contributions under Gov. Code § 82015.5. The disclosure must include the amount contributed and the name(s) of the contributor(s). "G.C. § 84308: Yes" on this agenda indicates that the item is subject to these regulations.

                                                                 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

 

Complete Agenda Packet: The complete agenda packet, including staff reports, draft resolutions and ordinances, and other backup materials, is available at chulavistaca.gov/councilmeetings or the City Clerk's Office.

 

Time Allotted for Speaking (subject to change by the presiding officer)
    - Consent Calendar (any or all items):             3 minutes
    - Agenda Items (not on Consent):                    3 minutes
    - General Public Comment (not on agenda):   3 minutes

Individuals who use a translator will be allotted twice the time.

 

General Public Comments: Twenty-one (21) minutes are scheduled near the beginning of the meeting. The first seven (7) speakers will be heard during the first Public Comment period. If there are additional speakers registered, they will be heard during the continued Public Comment period. If all registered speakers present at the time address the City Council during the first Public Comment period, there will be no continued Public Comment period.

 

Submitting Request to Speak: A request to speak must be submitted to the City Clerk before the close of the public comment period on an item or before the close of the general Public Comment period for non-agenda items. 

 

                                                         GETTING TO KNOW YOUR AGENDA


AGENDA SECTIONS

Consent Calendar items are routine items that are not expected to prompt discussion. All items are considered for approval at the same time with one vote. Before the vote, there is no separate discussion of these items unless a member of the City Council or staff removes the item from the Consent Calendar.

Public Comment provides an opportunity to address the City Council on any matter not listed on the agenda that is within the jurisdiction of the City Council. Under the Brown Act, the City Council cannot take action on matters not listed on the agenda.

Public Hearings are held on matters specifically required by law.

Action Items are items expected to cause discussion and/or action by the City Council but do not legally require a public hearing.

Closed Session may only be attended by members of the City Council, support staff, legal counsel, and others as specified on the agenda. Closed session may be held only in very limited circumstances as authorized by law.


CITY COUNCIL ACTIONS:

Resolutions are formal expressions of opinion or intention of the City Council and are usually effective immediately.

Ordinances are laws adopted by the City Council. Ordinances usually amend, repeal, or supplement the Municipal Code; provide zoning specifications; or appropriate money for specific purposes. Most ordinances require two hearings and go into effect 30 days after the final approval.

Proclamations are issued by the City to honor significant achievements by community members, highlight an event, promote awareness of community issues, and recognize City employees.


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Consent calendar items are considered together and acted upon by one motion. There is no separate discussion of these items unless a member of the City Council or staff removes the item from the Consent Calendar.

  • RECOMMENDED ACTION:

    City Council approve the recommended action on the below consent calendar items. 

  • RECOMMENDED ACTION:

    Approve a motion to read only the title and waive the reading of the text of all resolutions and ordinances at this meeting.

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This item has attachments.  

Report Number: 24-0101

Location: Generally, south of the eastern extension of Main Street, east of Otay Ranch Village Eight West, west of State Route 125, and north of the Otay River Valley (APN: 644-070-21) (“Project Site”)


Department: Development Services


G.C. § 84308: Yes

Environmental Notice: The Project is adequately covered in the Final Environmental Impact Report (“FEIR”) and Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program for the Otay Ranch University Villages (FEIR 13-01; SCH #2013071077; adopted by City Council Resolution No. 2014-232 on December 2, 2014), only minor technical changes or additions to FEIR 13-01 are necessary, and that none of the conditions described in Section 15162 of the CEQA Guidelines calling for the preparation of a subsequent document exist; therefore, the Director of Development Services has called for the preparation of a Third Addendum to FEIR 13-01 for consideration.

  • RECOMMENDED ACTION:

    Adopt ordinances A) Approving modifications to the Otay Ranch Village Eight East Planned Community District Regulations in accordance with the required findings and subject to the conditions contained therein (Second Reading and Adoption); and B) Approving a change in zoning from single-family residential to multi-family residential (Second Reading and Adoption)

Report Number: 24-0138

Location: No specific geographic location

Department: Economic Development

G.C. § 84308: No

Environmental Notice: The activity is not a “Project” as defined under Section 15378 of the California Environmental Quality Act State Guidelines. Therefore, pursuant to State Guidelines Section 15060(c)(3) no environmental review is required.

  • RECOMMENDED ACTION:

    Adopt a resolution authorizing the submittal of all CalRecycle grant applications for a period of five years and authorizing the City Manager or designee to execute grant documents.

Report Number: 24-0165


Location: No specific geographic location


Department: Housing and Homeless Services


G.C. § 84308: Yes

Environmental Notice: The activity is not a “Project” as defined under Section 15378 of the California Environmental Quality Act State Guidelines. Therefore, pursuant to State Guidelines Section 15060(c)(3) no environmental review is required. Under NEPA, the activity is exempt pursuant to Title 24, Part 58.34(a)(2)&(3) of the Code of Federal Regulations and pursuant to the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development Environmental Guidelines.

  • RECOMMENDED ACTION:

    Adopt a resolution (1) amending the American Rescue Plan Act Spending Plan, (2) approving a Second Amendment to 2-party agreement No. 2023-136 with Alpha Project, and (3) reallocating funds for that purpose. (4/5 Vote Required)

Report Number: 24-0151


Location: No specific geographic location


Department: Housing and Homeless Services


G.C. § 84308: Yes

Environmental Notice: The activity is not a “Project” as defined under Section 15378 of the California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) State Guidelines and Title 24 of the Federal Code of Regulations. Therefore, pursuant to State Guidelines Section 15060(c)(3) and Federal Guidelines Part 58.34(a)(2) & (3) no environmental review is required. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the activity qualifies for an Exemption pursuant to Section 15061(b)(3) of CEQA State Guidelines and Part 58.34 (a)(2) & (3) of the National Environmental Policy Act (“NEPA”).

  • RECOMMENDED ACTION:

    Adopt resolutions: A) Approving the Fiscal Year 2024/25 U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”) annual spending plan for the Community Development Block Grant and HOME Investment Partnerships Program within the 2024/25 Annual Action Plan, authorizing the City Manager or designee to execute subrecipient agreements and all HUD documents related to the grants, and appropriating funds for that purpose (4/5 Vote Required); and B) Approving the Fiscal Year 2024/25 U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”) annual spending plan for the Emergency Solutions Grant within the 2024/25 Annual Action Plan, authorizing the City Manager or designee to execute subrecipient agreements and all HUD documents related to the grant, and appropriating funds for that purpose. (4/5 Vote Required)

Report Number: 24-0171


Location: No specific geographic location


Department: Human Resources


G.C. § 84308: No

Environmental Notice: The activity is not a “Project” as defined under Section 15378 of the California Environmental Quality Act State Guidelines; therefore, pursuant to State Guidelines Section 15060(c)(3) no environmental review is required

  • RECOMMENDED ACTION:

    Adopt resolutions: A) Approving a Third Amendment to the Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) between the City of Chula Vista and Chula Vista Police Officer’s Association (“POA”) Covering the Period of May 4, 2021, to June 30, 2024, Extending Labor Contract Through Fiscal Year 2026-2027; B) Approving the revised Fiscal Year 2023-24 Compensation Schedule effective May 17, 2024, as required by California Code of Regulations., Title 2, Section 570.5; and C) Amending the Fiscal Year 2023-24 budget to appropriate funds, accordingly. (4/5 Vote Required)

Twenty-one minutes are scheduled for the public to address the City Council for three minutes each on any matter within the jurisdiction of the City Council that is not on the agenda. The remaining speakers, if any, will be heard during the continued Public Comment period.

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This item has attachments.  

Report Number: 24-0087


Location: No specific geographic location


Department: Finance


G.C. § 84308: No.

Environmental Notice: The activity is not a "Project" as defined under Section 15378 of the California Environmental Quality Act State Guidelines. Therefore, pursuant to State Guidelines Section 15060(c)(3) no environmental review is required.

  • RECOMMENDED ACTION:

    Conduct the public hearing and take the following actions:

    A) Adopt a resolution adopting the operating and capital improvement budgets for the City of Chula Vista for fiscal year 2024-25 and appropriating funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2025 excluding Open Space Districts: #01, #02, #20 Zone 5, #20 Zone 7; Community Facilities Districts: 07-M, 13-M, 97-2; and Capital Improvement Project STM0407

    B) Adopt a resolution adopting the operating budget for Open Space District #01 and Capital Improvement Project STM0407 for fiscal year 2024-25 and appropriating funds for the fiscal year Ending June 30, 2025

    C) Adopt a resolution adopting the operating budget for Open Space District #02 for fiscal year 2024-25 and appropriating funds for the fiscal year Ending June 30, 2025

    D) Adopt a resolution adopting the operating budget for Open Space District #20 Zone 5 for fiscal year 2024-25 and appropriating funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2025

    E) Adopt a resolution adopting the operating budget for Open Space District #20 Zone 7 and Community Facilities District 07-M for fiscal year 2024-25 and appropriating funds for the fiscal year Ending June 30, 2025

    F) Adopt a resolution adopting the operating budget for Community Facilities District 13-M and 97-2 for fiscal year 2024-25 and appropriating funds for the Fiscal year Ending June 30, 2025

    G) (Housing Authority) Adopt a resolution adopting the operating budget for the Housing Authority for Fiscal year 2024-25 and Appropriating Funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2025

    H) (Successor Agency) Adopt a resolution adopting the operating budgets for the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency for fiscal year 2024-25 and appropriating funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2025

    I) Adopt a resolution amending the Compensation Schedule and Classification Plan to reflect the addition of various position titles and changes in salary as reflected in the fiscal year 2024-25 operating budget

    J) Adopt a resolution approving the Amended Compensation Summary for All Unrepresented Employees and Elected Officials, including authorization for the Mayor to execute any necessary contract amendments to implement said Amended Compensation Summary

    K) Adopt a resolution approving the revised fiscal year 2023-24 Compensation Schedule effective June 14, 2024, as required by California Code of Regulations, Title 2, Section 570.5

    L) Adopt a resolution approving the fiscal year 2024-25 Compensation Schedule effective July 12, 2024, as required by California Code of Regulations, Title 2, Section 570.5

    M) Place an ordinance on first reading amending Chula Vista Municipal Code Section 2.05.010 to delete certain unclassified position titles that are specifically delineated in the City Charter and to delete certain position titles that are no longer active (First Reading) (4/5 Vote Required)

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Report Number: 24-0021


Location: No specific geographic location


Department: Housing and Homeless Services


G.C. § 84308: No


Environmental Notice: The activity is not a “Project” as defined under Section 15378 of the California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) State Guidelines; therefore, pursuant to State Guidelines Section 15060(c)(3) no environmental review is required.

  • RECOMMENDED ACTION:

    Place the following ordinances on first reading and adopt the resolutions:

    A) Ordinance amending various sections and adding sections to Chula Vista Municipal Code Title 19 related to density bonuses, inclusionary housing, multi-family and mixed-use objective design standards, residential for-sale affordable unit requirements, and marketing, application, lottery, and waitlist requirements for affordable rental housing projects (First Reading)

    B) Resolution amending Master Fee Schedule Chapter 16-100 to add a section for Inclusionary Housing In-Lieu Fee and Chapter 19-100 to add a section for Compliance Fees (Non-Bond)

    C) Resolution repealing Council Policy No. 453-02, “Development of Affordable Housing for Low- and Moderate-Income Buyers”

    D) Ordinance amending Chula Vista Municipal Code Chapter 17.10 to exempt 100% affordable projects from such fees (First Reading)

    E) Resolution of the Chula Vista Housing Authority amending the Multifamily Bond Policy to change requirements for non-Housing Authority issued bonds

    F) Resolution appropriating $500,000 in funding from the Housing Inclusionary Fund to the Local Housing Trust Fund project (4/5 Vote Required)

    G) Resolution authorizing the submittal of a Prohousing Designation Program application to the California Department of Housing & Community Development

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There will be no continued Public Comment period if all speakers present at the first Public Comment period are heard.

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to the regular City Council meeting on May 28, 2024, at 5:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers.

 

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or (619) 691-5041.

 

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