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City of San Diego
PUBLISHED: Friday May 03, 2013

CITY OF SAN DIEGO
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the City of San Diego will receive bids for commodities and services. Bid packages can be downloaded from the City of San Diego's Bid & Contract Opportunities web page, found at http://www.sandiego.gov under the Business section.
If you are unable to utilize the online option, bid packages can be requested by calling the Purchasing & Contracting Department at (619) 236-6000.
š Furnish the City of San Diego with Service Awards as may be required for a period of
one (1) year from Notice to Proceed, with options to renew for four (4) additional one (1) year periods.
Quotation No. 10035700-14-V. Bid Closing Date: June 12, 2013 @ 3:00 p.m.
Dennis Gakunga
Director of Purchasing & Contracting
Pub May 3 -00110350

CITY OF SAN DIEGO
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the City of San Diego will receive bids for commodities and services. Bid packages can be downloaded from the City of San Diego's Bid & Contract Opportunities web page, found at http://www.sandiego.gov under the Business section.
If you are unable to utilize the online option, bid packages can be requested by calling the Purchasing & Contracting Department at (619) 236-6000.
€ Furnish the City of San Diego with Audit Management Software for Office of the City Auditor as may be required for a period of one (1) year from Notice to Proceed, with options to renew for four (4) additional one (1) year periods.
Proposal No. 10035868-13-M. Proposal Closing Date: May 15, 2013 @ 4:00 p.m.
Dennis Gakunga
Director of Purchasing & Contracting
Pub May 3 -00110343

CITY OF SAN DIEGO
RESOLUTION NUMBER R-308119
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A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF
SAN DIEGO DECLARING THE COUNCIL'S INTENTION TO LEVY AND COLLECT ANNUAL ASSESSMENTS FROM BUSINESSES WITHIN EACH OF THE
SPECIFIED BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2014 AND NOTICING THE PUBLIC HEARING.


WHEREAS, in accordance with the Parking and Business Improvement Area Law of 1989 (California Streets and Highways Code sections 36500, et seq.), the eighteen Business Improvement Districts identified below (“Districts”) were formed in the City of San Diego to levy assessments annually to pay for certain improvements and activities within the Business Improvement Districts; and

WHEREAS, the City Council, in accordance with the Parking and Business Improvement Area Law of 1989 (California Streets and Highways Code sections 36500, et seq.) and City Council Policy 900-07, wishes to continue the improvements and activities of the Districts;

WHEREAS, on April 8, 2013, the City Council adopted a resolution of intention, pursuant to California Streets and Highways Code section 36534, declaring the intention of the City Council to continue to levy and collect an assessment from businesses within each of the Districts in the City of San Diego for FY 2014 and fixing May 7, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. as the date and time for the public hearing required by California Streets and Highways Code section 36535; and

WHEREAS, pursuant to California Streets and Highways Code section 36534(b), the City Clerk gave notice of the public hearing by publishing the resolution of intention on April 15, 2013 in a newspaper of general circulation; and

WHEREAS, the date and time for the public hearing is now being moved to May 13, 2013 at 2:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as it may be heard on May 13, and therefore, the City Council must adopt another resolution of intention pursuant to California Streets and Highways Code section 36534; NOW, THEREFORE,

BE IT RESOLVED, by the Council of the City of San Diego, as follows:

1. The intention of the City Council to continue to levy and collect an assessment from businesses within each of the specified Business Improvement Districts in the City of San Diego for FY 2014 is hereby declared.
2. The Districts to be assessed and their respective locations are as follows:
Adams Avenue - generally from the 2400 to the 4248 block of Adams Avenue; and all adjacent side-streets from the 4600 to the 4799 block of those side-streets.
City Heights - generally from the 3300 to the 4799 block of University Avenue; and all adjacent side-streets from the 3800 to the 4099 block of those side-streets.
College Area - generally from the 5400 to the 7400 block of El Cajon Boulevard; all adjacent streets from the 5400 to the 7400 block of El Cajon Boulevard; and certain other streets in the vicinity of San Diego State University.
Diamond - generally that area within the diamond formed by the following four points: the 1900 block of Euclid Avenue to the north; the 1000 block of Euclid Avenue South to the south; the 6900 block of Imperial Avenue to the east; and the 3900 block of Market Street to the west.
Downtown - generally that area within the following boundaries: Ash Street to the north; E Street to the south; Tenth Avenue to the east; and First Avenue to the west.
East Village - generally that area within the following boundaries: Interstate 5 to the north and to the east; Newton Avenue to the south; and Seventh Avenue to the west.
El Cajon Boulevard Central - generally from the 3300 to the 5399 block of El Cajon Boulevard; all adjacent side-streets from 33rd Street to 47th Street between the 4200 to the 4399 block of those side-streets; and all adjacent side-streets from Euclid Avenue to Dayton Street between the 4300 and the 4499 block of those side-streets.
El Cajon Boulevard Gateway - generally from the 1800 to the 3299 block of El Cajon Boulevard; and all adjacent side-streets from the 4200 to the 4399 block of those side-streets.
Gaslamp - generally that area within the following boundaries: Broadway to the north; the San Diego and Arizona East Railway right-of-way to the south; Sixth Avenue to the east; and Fourth Avenue to the west.
Hillcrest - generally that area within the following boundaries: Montecito Street to the north; Upas Street to the south; Park Boulevard to the east; and Front Street to the west.
La Jolla - generally from 200 to 1445 Prospect Street; Ivanhoe Avenue, Herschel Avenue, Girard Avenue, and Fay Avenue between Torrey Pines Road and Pearl Street; and from the 1100 block of Torrey Pines Road to the 400 block of Pearl Street toward La Jolla Boulevard, including 7345 to 7607 La Jolla Boulevard.
Little Italy - generally that area within the following boundaries: Laurel Street to the north; “A” Street to the south; Interstate 5 and Front Street to the east; and North Harbor Drive to the west.
Mission Hills - generally from 818 to 1112 Fort Stockton Drive, including all adjacent side-streets from Stephens Street to Albatross Street; 228 to 1794 Washington Street; the 300 to the 1025 block of University Avenue; 328 to 1753 West Lewis Street; and 3033 to 3753 India Street.
North Park - generally from 2750 to 3299 University Avenue, including all adjacent side-streets between the 3800 and the 3999 block of those side-streets; 2750 to 3299 Lincoln Avenue; and 2850 to 3299 North Park Way.
Ocean Beach - generally from the 4800 to the 5099 block of Newport Avenue; portions of the 4700 to the 5099 block of Narragansett Avenue, Niagara Avenue, and Santa Monica Avenue; and portions of Sunset Cliffs Boulevard, Cable Street, Bacon Street, and Abbot Street between 1769 and 1976 of those streets.
Old Town - generally that area within the following boundaries: Interstate 5 to the north; Pacific Highway to the south; Washington Boulevard to the east; and Rosecrans Street to the west.
Pacific Beach - generally that area within the following boundaries: Garnet Avenue and Balboa Avenue to the north; the 700 to the 1099 block of Turquoise Street to the northwest; Grand Avenue to the south, including Ingraham Street and all adjacent side-streets from the 3400 block to Grand Avenue; Interstate 5 to the east; and the 4100 to 5199 block of Mission Boulevard and all adjacent side-streets to the west.
San Ysidro - generally that area within the following boundaries: the 930 block of West San Ysidro Boulevard to the northwest; the U.S.-Mexico border to the southeast; East Beyer Boulevard to the east; and Willow Road to the southwest.
3. The proposed improvements and activities authorized by the ordinance establishing each District (including any amendment to such ordinance) are as follows:
District Improvements and Activities Authorized by Ordinance
Adams Avenue Acquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; administration/operations; advertising/promotion; special events; newsletter/brochure; business development; maintenance of landscaping; and public improvements.

City Heights Acquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; administration/operations; advertising/promotion; special events; newsletter/brochure; business development; and street decorations.

College Acquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; administration/operation; and advertising/promotion.

Diamond Acquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; decoration of public areas; promotion of public events; and furnishing of music.

Downtown Street decoration/music; promotion of public events; and promotion of retail trade.

East Village Acquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; administration/operation; and advertising/promotion.

El Cajon Blvd. Central Acquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; administration/operation; advertising/promotion; newsletter; and new business development.

El Cajon Blvd Gateway Acquisition, construction or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; and promotion of business activities.

Gaslamp Acquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; and administration/operations.

Hillcrest Acquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; and administration/operations.

La Jolla Acquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; and administration/operations.

Little Italy Acquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; special events; and marketing administration.

Mission Hills Acquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities.

North Park Acquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; administration/operations; promotion/advertising; newsletter; business directory; and special events.

Ocean Beach Acquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; administration/operations; advertising/promotion; Cleanup and landscaping in public right of way; newsletter; holiday decorations; and business development.

Old Town Acquisition, construction or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; and promotion of business activities.

Pacific Beach Acquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; administration/operations; security publications; advertising; decorations; and streetscape.

San Ysidro Acquisition, construction, or maintenance of parking facilities; street decoration; promotion of public events; furnishing of music; promotion of business activities; marketing/promotion; administration/operations; design/planning; and general projects.

4. There are no substantial changes proposed to be made to the improvements and activities authorized within the Districts.
5. The full and detailed FY 2014 Budget Reports describing each specified District, including a full and detailed description of the improvements and activities to be provided in FY 2014, the boundaries of the District and any benefit zones within each District, and the proposed assessments to be levied upon the businesses within each District for FY 2014 are on file and available for review at the Office of the City Clerk under the following document numbers:

Business Improvement District Document No.
Adams Avenue RR-308119-1____
City Heights RR-308119-2____
College Area RR-308119-3____
Diamond RR-308119-4____
Downtown RR-308119-5____
East Village RR-308119-6____
El Cajon Boulevard Central RR-308119-7____
El Cajon Boulevard Gateway RR-308119-8____
Gaslamp RR-308119-9____
Hillcrest RR-308119-10___
La Jolla RR-308119-11___
Little Italy RR-308119-12___
Mission Hills RR-308119-13___
North Park RR-308119-14___
Ocean Beach RR-308119-15___
OldTown RR-308119-16___
Pacific Beach RR-308119-17___
San Ysidro RR-308119-18___

6. Notice is hereby given that May 13, 2013 at 2:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as it may be heard on May 13, in the Council Chambers of the City Administration Building, located at 202 “C” Street, 12th Floor, San Diego, California, is fixed as the time and place for a public hearing (“Public Hearing”) when and where any and all interested persons having a desire to be heard may appear and state their views for or against the levy of the proposed assessment with respect to each District.
7. At the Public hearing, written or oral protests may be made against the continuation of each District, the extent of each District, the furnishing of specified types of improvements or activities within each District, or the levying of the proposed assessments within each District. Such protests shall comply with California Streets and Highways Code sections 36524 and 36525.
6. The City Clerk is hereby directed to give notice of the Public Hearing by publication, pursuant to California Streets and Highways Code section 36534(b).

Passed by the Council of The City of San Diego on April 23, 2013, by the following vote:
YEAS: LIGHTNER, FAULCONER, GLORIA, KERSEY,
ZAPF, SHERMAN, ALVAREZ, EMERALD.

NAYS: NONE.

NOT PRESENT: NONE.

VACANT: DISTRICT 4.

DATE OF FINAL PASSAGE IS APRIL 24, 2013.
AUTHENTICATED BY:

BOB FILNER
Mayor of The City of San Diego, California.

ELIZABETH S. MALAND
City Clerk of The City of San Diego, California.

By: Jeannette I. Santos, Deputy
Pub May 3 -00110116

CITY OF SAN DIEGO
NOTICE OF CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING
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DATE OF MEETING: MONDAY, MAY 20, 2013*
TIME OF MEETING: 2:00 P.M.
PLACE OF MEETING: COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 12TH FLOOR, CITY ADMINISTRATION
BUILDING, 202 "C" STREET SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

PROJECT TYPE: Adoption of Master Plan, Community Plan and Land Development Code Amendments, Program EIR, Process 5
PROJECT NO: PTS 121886
PROJECT NAME: SAN DIEGO RIVER PARK MASTER PLAN, COMMUNITY PLAN
APPLICANT: City of San Diego

COMMUNITY
PLAN AREA: Mission Bay, Mission Valley, Navajo, Tierrasanta, East Elliott
COUNCIL DISTRICTS: 2 and 7

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT CITY PROJECT
MANAGER/PHONE: Robin Shifflet, Project Manager, at (619) 533-4524

PLEASE ACCEPT THIS AS A NOTICE TO INFORM YOU, as a property owner, tenant or interested citizen, that the Council of The City of San Diego, California will conduct a public hearing, as part of a scheduled City Council meeting, on the following project:

To approve, conditionally approve, modify or deny the “San Diego River Park Master Plan' and related amendments to the Mission Valley, Navajo, Tierrasanta and East Elliott community plans, amendments to the Mission Valley Planned District Ordinance (Chapter 15, Article 14, Division 1), the Community Plan Implementation Overlay Zones (Chapter 13, Article 2, Division 14), and Mission Trails Design District (Chapter 13, Article 2, Division 12) of the Land Development Code and an amendment to the Mission Trails Design District Design Manual of the Land Development Manual.

The San Diego River Park Master Plan is a new policy document to guide development along the 17.5 miles of the San Diego River in the City's jurisdiction. The Master Plan is closely aligned with the City's General Plan goals for land use, mobility, urban design, economic prosperity, public facilities, recreation, conservation and historic preservation. The San Diego River Park vision, principles, recommendations, and implementation strategy included in the Master Plan provide the City with a strong policy document for the future development along the river.

The proposed amendments to the community plans provides for consistency in land use planning between the community plans and the San Diego River Park Master Plan. The proposed amendments to the Land Development Code and the Land Development Manual will provide a method to implement the Master Plan through public and private development.

An Environmental Impact Report (EIR) No. 121886 has been prepared for the project in accordance with State of California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines. Implementation of the Mitigation Framework contained in Chapter 12 of the EIR (Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program) would reduce the environmental effects of the project; however, because of the difficulty of predicting the future impacts and ability to mitigate for those impacts, not all impacts can be mitigated to below a level of significance. Draft Findings and Statement of Overriding Consideration have been provided to the decision-maker for impacts that are considered significant and unavoidable.

On April 18, 2013, the Planning Commission unanimously recommended (5-0 vote) that the City Council adopt the Master Plan and the associated amendments.

ZONE DESCRIPTION:
Full and complete information should be obtained by referring the appropriate Municipal Code Sections.

*Unless otherwise noticed or stated on the record at the hearing, if an ordinance is approved and introduced by the City Council, it will automatically be scheduled for a hearing by the City Council for final passage at 10:00 a.m. on the Tuesday two weeks after the subject hearing.

The decision of the City Council is final.

COMMUNICATIONS
This item may begin at any time after the time specified. Any interested person may address the City Council to express support or opposition to this issue. Time allotted to each speaker is determined by the Chair and, in general, is limited to three (3) minutes; moreover, collective testimony by those in support or opposition shall be limited to no more than fifteen (15) minutes total per side.

Those unable to attend the hearing may write a letter to the City Council, Attention: City Clerk, City Administration Building, 202 "C" Street, San Diego, CA 92101 3862, Mail Station 2A; OR you can reach us by E-mail at: Hearings1@sandiego.gov or FAX: (619) 533-4045. All communications will be forwarded to the Mayor and Council.
If you wish to challenge the Council's actions on the above proceedings in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence to the City Council at or prior to the public hearing. All correspondence should be delivered to the City Clerk (at the above address) to be included in the record of the proceedings.

This material is available in alternative formats upon request. To order information in an alternative format, or to arrange for a sign language or oral interpreter for the meeting, please call the Clerk's office at least 5 working days prior to the meeting at 533-4000 (voice) or 236-7012 (TT).
Notice Date: 05/03/2013 ELIZABETH MALAND
lm SAN DIEGO CITY CLERK
Pub May 3 -00110328


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