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City of San Diego
PUBLISHED: Friday June 13, 2008

CITY OF SAN DIEGO
DATE OF NOTICE: JUNE 13, 2008
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 2008
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO WILL CONSIDER AN ORDINANCE PURSUANT TO SECTION 99 OF THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO, AMENDING THE 1st AVENUE BRIDGE OVER MAPLE CANYON CONSULTANT AGREEMENT.
CONSIDERATION OF THE ORDINANCE WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING OF TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 2008 IN THE CITY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 12TH FLOOR, 202 C STREET, SAN DIEGO, CA 92101 AT 10:00 A.M. OR AS SOON THEREAFTER AS BUSINESS ALLOWS.
COMPLETE COPIES OF ORDINANCE 0-2008-156 DATED JUNE 10, 2008 IS AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION IN THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK OF THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO, 2ND FLOOR, CITY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, 202 C STREET, SAN DIEGO, CA 92101
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).
LIZ MALAND
SAN DIEGO CITY CLERK
Pub. June 13-00042804

CITY OF SAN DIEGO
ENGINEERING AND CAPITAL PROJECTS
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REQUEST FOR STATEMENT OF QUALIFICATIONS
FOR
DESIGN-BUILD SERVICES
FOR
Fire Station 33
4367DB

                                                                             
The City of San Diego (City) is requesting Statements of Qualifications (SOQ’s) from highly qualified Design/Build Firms or Teams licensed to perform work in California to provide for the design and construction of Fire Station 33.
  Design/Build Teams are to be composed of Engineering Design and Construction Firms experienced in design-build projects of similar size and complexity in the recent past.
  DESCRIPTION OF WORK:  The proposed scope of this project includes the design and construction services for the addition of dorm rooms and an office, redesign and upgrade of existing dorm areas, training room, kitchen, ready room, bathroom, new concrete drive, resurface parking area, new roll-up doors, modification of existing (apparatus bay) to allow drive through circulation, repaint exterior and interior, mechanical and electrical upgrades and temporary facilities.
  LICENSE CLASSIFICATION:   In accordance with the provisions of California Law, the successful construction entity must possess a valid Class “A” license at the time that a proposal is ultimately submitted for this project. In addition, all contractors, including subcontractors will be required to secure a City of San Diego license for the work contemplated.
  SELECTION PROCESS: Selection of the successful Design-Build Teams (D/B) will be a two-step process:
(1) Selection of the most qualified D/B Teams based on the criteria outlined in the RFQ.
(2) Selected most qualified firms will be requested to submit a Proposal and a Firm Fixed Price Proposal for the design and construction of the proposed Fire Station 33.
STATEMENTS OF QUALIFICATIONS:
The SOQ must be received no later than 4:00 P.M., local time, July 14, 2008 at the office of:
City of San Diego
Purchasing & Contracting Department
1200 Third Avenue, Suite 200, MS 56P
San Diego, CA 92101
Attn: Rosemary Stefanatz, Senior Contract Specialist
  PRE-SUBMITTAL MEETING.  A Pre-submittal meeting will be held on June 26, 2008 from 10:00A.M. to 11:00A.M., at the project site, 16966 Bernardo Center Dr., San Diego, CA. All potential responders are strongly encouraged to attend. A site tour will immediately follow. Any materials distributed at the meeting and site tour will be issued to all RFQ recipients in the form of an addendum to this RFQ.
  For more information, contact Engineering & Capital Projects Department
ATTN: Yousef Ibrahim
600 B St, Suite 800, MS908 A
San Diego, CA 92101
E-mail Address: yibrahim@sandiego.gov
Telephone No. (619) 235-1965
Fax No. (619)533-5476
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY:  It is the policy of the City not to discriminate with regard to race, sex, national origin or disability in the award of contracts. The City will ensure that full access to programs, services, meetings, and activities comply with section 504 Title V of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 1990, Public Law 101-336. Participation by Minority Business Enterprises (MBE), Women Business Enterprises (WBE), Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) or Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises (DVBE) are strongly encouraged. Prime consultants are encouraged to subcontract or joint venture with these firms.
  The City of San Diego will ensure that full access to programs, services, meetings and activities comply with Section 504, Title V, of the Rehabilitation Act and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 1990, Public Law 101-336.
  This RFQ does not commit the City to award a contract or to defray any costs incurred in the preparation of an SOQ pursuant to this RFQ. The City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all SOQs received as a result of this RFQ. If the City revises the RFQ, all RFQ holders of record will be notified in writing by the City.
Hildred Pepper
June 13, 2008
Pub. June 13-00042810

CITY OF SAN DIEGO
ENGINEERING AND CAPITAL PROJECTS DEPARTMENT
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
FOR
ROSECRANS CORRIDOR STUDY (H084429)
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The City of San Diego (City) is requesting proposals from highly qualified Traffic and Civil Engineering firms for consultant services for Rosecrans Corridor Study, (H084429).
It is the policy of the City to provide equal opportunity in its Traffic and Civil Engineering professional services contracts. Toward this end, proposals from small businesses, disabled owned businesses, women owned businesses, firms owned by African-Americans, American Indians, Asian-Americans, Filipinos, and Latinos, and local firms are strongly encouraged. Prime consultants are encouraged to subconsult or joint venture with these firms. The City endeavors to do business with firms sharing the City's commitment to equal opportunity and will not do business with any firm that discriminates on the basis of race, religion, color, ancestry, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, medical condition or place of birth. This project has a voluntary Subcontracting Participation Level (SPL) goal of 15%. SPL goals are achieved by contracting with any combination of Minority Business Enterprises (MBE), Women Business Enterprises (WBE), Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE), Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises (DVBE) or Other Business Enterprises (OBE) at the prime or subcontractor level. Definitions of MBE, WBE, DBE, DVBE and OBE are contained in the Request for Proposals (RFP). Attainment of the SPL goal is strongly encouraged, but strictly voluntary.
The City of San Diego will ensure that full access to programs, services, meetings and activities comply with Section 504, Title V, of the Rehabilitation Act and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 1990, Public Law 101-336.
In-depth knowledge and a strong understanding of the local environment, and a local presence for interfacing with the City's project management staff are essential to the successful completion of this project. The proposal must address the consultant's knowledge and understanding of: the City and other local agencies regulations and policies; local environment; and local building codes and other design criteria. The proposal must also address how the consultant plans to interface with the City's project management staff and the consultant's workforce in San Diego County.
All proposals submitted must be in full accord with the Request for Proposal (RFP) which can be obtained by requesting it by email from John Mendivil, Consultant Services Coordinator, at jmendivil@sandiego.gov :
City of San Diego, Purchasing & Contracting Department
Attn: John Mendivil, Contracting Division
1200 Third Avenue, Suite 200
San Diego, CA 92101.
For questions about the RFP please call John Mendivil at (619) 235-5855. When requesting the RFP, please refer to the specific project title listed above.
A pre-proposal meeting will be held on Thursday, June 26, 2008 at 10:00:00 AM at 1010 2nd Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101, 8th Floor Conference Room. It is strongly recommended that all interested parties attend. For more information, assistance, to request an agenda in alternative format, or to request a sign language or oral interpreter for the meeting, please contact Julio Fuentes, at 619-533-3092 at least five working days prior to the meeting to ensure availability.
Proposals are due no later than 5:00 p.m. Friday, July 18, 2008, at the location stated in the RFP. This RFP does not commit the City to award a contract or to defray any costs incurred in the preparation of a proposal pursuant to this RFP. The City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals received as a result of this RFP. The City also reserves the right to revise this RFP, including but not limited to the preproposal conference date and the proposal due date. If the City revises the RFP, all RFP holders of record will be notified in writing by the City.
Summary Scope of Services
The project objective is to achieve community consensus on the design of traffic flow and circulation projects, traffic calming measures, transit, bicycle, and pedestrian improvements, and additional parking along Rosecrans Street from Kellogg Street to Pacific Highway and Camino Del Rio West to the I-5/I-8 connector ramps. The project also includes the Old Town Transit Center. The project will also coordinate efforts with the Midway Community Plan Update currently underway. The remainder of the Scope of Services is contained in the Request for Proposal for Rosecrans Corridor Study, (H084429) as Exhibit A to the Draft Agreement.
Pub. June 13-00042805

CITY OF SAN DIEGO
ORDINANCE NUMBER O-19748 (NEW SERIES)
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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 2, ARTICLE 6, DIVISION 19, OF THE SAN DIEGO MUNICIPAL CODE BY AMENDING SECTIONS 26.1902 AND 26.1903, ALL RELATED TO THE COMMISSION ON GANG PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION.

WHEREAS, the Commission on Gang Prevention and Intervention [Commission] was established by the San Diego City Council in 2006; and
WHEREAS, one of the purposes of the Commission is to develop a strategic, collaborative effort between the various agencies who work with gang-related issues, and WHEREAS, the composition of the Commission itself should reflect those agencies; and WHEREAS, the City and County of San Diego would benefit from the inclusion of certain public officials on the Commission; and
WHEREAS, it is the intent of the Council that the public official, and not his or her designee, participate on the Commission; and
WHEREAS, the public official will remain on the Commission so long as that person holds that office; and
WHEREAS, changes need to be made to meeting requirements; and
WHEREAS, the ordinance governing the Commission needs to be amended to reflect these changes, NOW THEREFORE,
BE IT ORDAINED, by the Council of the City of San Diego, as follows:
Section 1. That Chapter 2, Article 6, Division 19 of the San Diego Municipal Code is amended by amending sections 26.1902, and 26.1903 to read as follows:
§ 26.1902 Commission on Gang Prevention and Intervention Established
(a) There is hereby created a Commission on Gang Prevention and Intervention to consist of twenty-one members, who shall serve without compensation. The members shall be appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. Commission members shall be residents of the City of San Diego unless a conscious exception is determined per Council Policy 000-13.
(b) In making the appointments, the Mayor shall appoint eight members, one each from a list of at least two nominations submitted by each Councilmember to represent his or her district. Additionally, the Mayor shall appoint one member from a community organization working on gang issues; one member from the field of public health; one member from the field of social services; one member from the San Diego Association of Governments; one member from the San Diego Workforce Partnership; and one member who shall be a reformed ex-gang member. Vacancies shall be filled in the same manner.
(c) The following officeholders shall be members of the Commission and no appointment is required:
(1) The Chief of Police for the City of San Diego
(2) San Diego Unified School District, Superintendent
(3) The San Diego County Sheriff
(4) The San Diego County District Attorney
(5) The San Diego County Chief of Probation
(6) The Superintendent of the County Office of Education
(7) The State of California Chief District Administrator, Department of Corrections, Division of Adult Parole Operations
(d) Except for officeholders, members shall serve two year terms, and each member shall serve until a successor is duly appointed and confirmed. No member shall serve more than two consecutive terms. Initial members shall be appointed such that the terms of not more than a majority of the members shall expire in any year so as to allow the Board to be staggered. Initial appointments which are less than the full term of two years will be allowed to serve two full terms. The expiration date of all terms shall be July 1. Any vacancy shall be filled for the remainder of the unexpired term. Vacancy appointment recommendations will come from the original recommending body. Any vacancy replacements will be eligible to serve the remaining term of the vacant position and two full terms.
(e) The officeholder, not his or her designee, is expected to attend the Commission meetings, except for emergencies. In cases of emergency, the officeholder is expected to send a representative. The representative shall not deliberate or vote on any matter before the Commission, and the representative does not count in determining whether a quorum is present.
(f) During July of each year, the Mayor may designate one member as Chairperson; however, in the absence of such designation, the Board shall on or after August 15, select a Chairperson from among its members.
(g) The Board may adopt rules consistent with the law for the governing of its business and procedures.
(h) The position of Executive Director of the Commission is hereby established and shall be appointed by the City Manager. The Director shall be a management assistant to the City Manager. The City Manager shall provide appropriate staff support from departments directly involved in gang-related matters.
§ 26.1903 Duties and Functions
The Commission shall:
(a) Meet no less than six times a year.
(b) Make policy recommendations to the Mayor, City Council, and City Manager on issues of gang prevention, intervention, diversion, and suppression methods; identify local, state and federal funding sources; and identify national best practice efforts.
(c) Form any ad hoc or standing subcommittees, as needed, to analyze critical issues of gang involvement and to monitor and implement any part of any strategic plan. The chair of any ad hoc or standing subcommittee shall be a Commission member.
(d) Network with other boards, agencies, and community residents on gang related issues.
(e) Promote a strong sense of community through gang solutions.
(f) Act as a general information resource on gang issues within the City.
(g) Advocate, formulate, and recommend for adoption proactive gang policies, ordinances, and guidelines.
(h) Present no less than quarterly reports to the Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee of the City Council.
(i) Provide a written report annually on the status of the Commission and its activities to the Mayor and City Council.
(j) Perform such further duties as may hereafter be delegated to the Commission by resolution of the City Council.
Section 2. That a full reading of this ordinance is dispensed with prior to its passage, a written or printed copy having been available to the City Council and the public prior to the day of its passage.
Section 3. That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force on the thirtieth day from and after its final passage.
Introduced on April 28, 2008.
Passed by the Council of the City of San Diego on May 13, 2008.
Date of Final Passage is May 14, 2008.
AUTHENTICATED BY:
JERRY SANDERS
Mayor of The City of San Diego, California
ELIZABETH S. MALAND
City Clerk of The City of San Diego, California
By: Gil Sanchez, Deputy
Pub. June 13-00042807

CITY OF SAN DIEGO
ORDINANCE NUMBER O-19756 (NEW SERIES)
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AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A SCHEDULE OF COMPENSATION FOR
OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2009.

This ordinance establishes a schedule of compensation for the Fiscal Year 2009 and also provides employees with the option of participating in a voluntary work furlough program. The ordinance also provides for salary increases as follows: all classifications represented by Police Officers' Association [POA] and Police Captains and International Association of Firefighters [Local 145] - three percent (3%) effective July 1, 2008; International Association of Firefighters [Local 145] - two percent (2%) effective September 1, 2008; and Police Officers' Association [POA] and Police Captains - three percent (3%) effective December 27, 2008.
The ordinance also provides for no general salary increase for all classifications represented by [Local 127 ] AFSCME, AFL-CIO, the Municipal Employees Association [MEA] and the Deputy City Attorney Association of San Diego [DCAA]; classified unrepresented; and all employees in the executive, managerial, miscellaneous executive and managerial, and professional legal categories. The ordinance includes a table of the employee retirement contribution offset rates for Fiscal Year 2009.
The ordinance also provides for a continuance of the Supplemental Pension Savings Plan under provisions previously established on January 4, 1982, July 1, 1986, and July 1, 1991, and the continuation of the Deferred Retirement Option Plan [DROP] established effective April 1, 1997, for eligible employees. The ordinance continues a retirement system contribution by the City on behalf of officers and employees.
In addition, pursuant to sections 12.1 and 24.1 of the City Charter, pay levels for the Mayor and City Councilmembers for Fiscal Year 2009 are to remain at $100,464 and $75,386 per annum; and the Mayor and Councilmembers may receive a reduced amount of compensation by participating in a voluntary work furlough program by so informing the City Auditor.
The ordinance provides monthly compensation ranges for senior executive positions to be established by processing of payroll change notices by the appropriate appointing authority.
The ordinance also includes special salary adjustments for certain classifications, and delineates new classifications, title changes and classifications deletions.
The ordinance also exempts, pursuant to section 117(a) 17 of the City Charter, certain positions from the classified service and declares them to be in the unclassified service.
The ordinance further establishes base work periods; establishes salary ranges for those officers and employees in the unclassified service; and provides for overtime and extra compensation based on unusual work period; educational, incentive, bilingual pay; sick leave reimbursement; call back pay; exceptional performance pay; and additional benefits.
This ordinance contains a notice that a full reading of this ordinance is dispensed with prior to its final passage, since a written or printed copy will be available to the City Council and the public a day prior to its final passage.
This ordinance shall take effect and be in force on the thirtieth day from and after its passage.
A complete copy of the Ordinance is available for inspection in the Office of the City Clerk of the City of San Diego, 2nd Floor, City Administration Building, 202 C Street, San Diego, CA 92101.
Passed by the Council of The City of San Diego on May 27, 2008, by the following vote.
YEAS: PETERS, FAULCONER, ATKINS, MAIENSCHEIN, MADAFFER, & HUESO.
NAYS: YOUNG, & FRYE.
NOT PRESENT: NONE.
RECUSED: NONE.
DATE OF FINAL PASSAGE: MAY 27, 2008
AUTHENTICATED BY:
JERRY SANDERS
Mayor of The City of San Diego, California.
ELIZABETH S. MALAND
City Clerk of The City of San Diego, California.
By: Gil Sanchez, Deputy
Pub. June 13-00042828

CITY OF SAN DIEGO WATER
DEPARTMENT
NOTICE OF CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING
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DATE OF MEETING:
TUESDAY, June 24, 2008
TIME OF MEETING:
10 a.m.
PLACE OF MEETING:
COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 12TH FLOOR, CITY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, 202 "C" STREET
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA
PROJECT NAME:
FIFTH AMENDMENTS TO PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENTS WITH INTERA, INC., AND OPPER &
VARCO, LLP, FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING SERVICES AND ENVIRONMENTAL LEGAL SERVICES RESPECTIVELY RELATED TO THE CLEAN-UP OF CONTAMINATION AT QUALCOMM STADIUM.
APPLICANT:
Greg Cross
COMMUNITY
PLAN AREA:
Mission Valley
COUNCIL DISTRICT:
Council District 6, Donna Frye
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT
CITY PROJECT MANAGER/PHONE: Greg Cross at (619) 533-4235
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:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the City of San Diego will consider whether to adopt two ordinances pursuant to Section 99 of the Charter of the City of San Diego authorizing fifth amendments to the professional services agreements with INTERA, Inc., and Opper & Varco, LLP, for environmental consulting services and environmental legal services respectively related to clean-up of the contamination at Qualcomm Stadium, and authorizing funding. The Qualcomm Stadium contaminated soil and groundwater area is located at 9449 Friars Road in the Mission Valley Community in Council District 6. A complete copy of the Ordinances (O-2008-153 and O-2008-154) are available for inspection in the Office of the City Clerk (location set forth below).
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 Mayor and 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: 061308LIZ MALAND
SAN DIEGO CITY CLERK
Pub. June 13-00042814


City of San Diego
RESOLUTION NUMBER R-303778
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A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO DECLARING ITS INTENT TO AMEND ORDINANCE NUMBER O-16841 TO MODIFY THE NORTH PARK BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT BY CHANGING THE BASIS OF ASSESSMENT AND EXPANDING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE DISTRICT; TO LEVY ASSESSMENTS; TO MODIFY THE NORTH PARK BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT FY2009 BUDGET REPORT; AND TO SET PUBLIC HEARINGS THEREFORE.

WHEREAS, on July 29, 1985, the Council of the City of San Diego adopted Ordinance O-16841 which formed a parking and business improvement area known as “North Park Business Improvement District” [District] pursuant to the Parking and Business Improvement Area Law of 1979 (Streets and Highways Code Section 36500, et seq.); and
WHEREAS, in January 2008, pursuant to Council Policy 900-17, City staff received notice that the District advisory board was in support of modifying the basis of assessment; and
WHEREAS, in February 2008, pursuant to Council Policy 900-17, City staff received petitions and verified that at least 20% of eligible businesses were in support of expanding the District with the modified basis of assessment; and
WHEREAS, City staff conducted mailed ballot procedures and determined that a majority of those responding businesses, when measured both numerically and when weighted by the amount of the proposed assessment, support the modifications to the District pursuant to Council Policy 900-17; and
WHEREAS, on May 6, 2008, Council adopted Resolution R-303660 which approved the District's budget report for FY2009; and
WHEREAS, on May 27, 2008, Council adopted Resolution R-303778 which confirmed the District's budget report for FY2009; NOW, THEREFORE,
BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of San Diego, that it hereby declares its intent to modify the basis of assessment and expand the boundaries of the parking and business improvement area known as “North Park Business Improvement District” [District] pursuant to the Parking and Business Improvement Area Law of 1979 (Streets and Highways Code section 36500, et seq.).
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the area to be included in the District includes the North Park community area within the following address ranges:
BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT
Street Name Address Range
University Avenue 2004 - 3299
30th Street 3300 - 4199
Utah Street 3800 - 3999
Granada Street 3800 - 3899
Kansas Street 3900 - 3999
29th Street 3800 - 3899
Ray Street 3800 - 3899
Ohio Street 3900 - 3999
Grim Street 3800 - 3899
Illinois Street 3900 - 3999
31st Street 3800 - 3899
Iowa Street 3900 - 3999
Herman Street 3800 - 3899
32nd Street 3800 - 3999
Bancroft Street 3800 - 3999
Boundary Street 3800 - 3999
North Park Way 2850 - 3299
Lincoln Avenue 2750 - 3299
Upas Street 2900 - 3049
Dwight Street 2900 - 3099
Polk Avenue 2900 - 3099

A map depicting the District including the proposed expanded area is on file in the office of the City Clerk as Exhibit A.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the proposed assessments to all businesses in the District will be based on the number of employees per business, and zones will no longer exist in the District; that the categories of benefit are:
CATEGORY A includes those businesses with 0 to 2 employees.
CATEGORY B includes those businesses with 3 to 12 employees.
CATEGORY C includes those businesses with 13 to 25 employees.
CATEGORY D includes those businesses with 26 or more employees.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the assessments to be imposed for those District businesses by category of benefit are as follows:
CATEGORY A $125.00
CATEGORY B $150.00
CATEGORY C $250.00
CATEGORY D $500.00
The above-described charge is an annual charge and shall be levied, collected and enforced in the same manner, at the same time, and with the same penalties and interest as in the case of the general business tax (license). For those businesses registered (licensed) for other than an annual period, the City Treasurer shall determine the charge to be levied upon issuance of the City business tax certificate (license). The total charge collected from any business under the provisions of the ordinance shall not exceed $500 per annum.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the proposed businesses exempt from the assessment will be: 1) Home Based Businesses; 2) Salon Booth Rentals; 3) Hotels and Motels; and 4) Apartment Buildings.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that new businesses in the proposed District will not be exempted from the assessment, unless otherwise expressly exempted herein.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the general types of improvements and activities to be funded by the annual levy of assessments which benefit businesses in the District are: 1) the acquisition, construction, installation or maintenance of any tangible property, including but not limited to parking facilities, benches, trash receptacles, street lighting, decorations, parks, fountains; 2) promotion of public events which benefit businesses in the area and which take place on or in public places within the area; 3) furnishing of music in any public place in the area; 4) promotion of tourism in the area; and 5) and the general promotion of business activities in the area. Specific services and programs are listed in the North Park Business Improvement District Revised FY09 Budget Report is on file in the office of the City Clerk as Exhibit B, in addition to any programs as approved by City Council from time to time.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that notice is hereby given that June 24, 2008, at the hour of 10:00 a.m., in the Council Chambers of the City Administration Building, 202 C Street, San Diego, California, is fixed as the time and place when and where any and all persons having any desire to be heard may appear and state their views for or against the levying of assessments on businesses; the modification of the method and basis of assessments; the expansion of the District, and the modification of the District's FY2009 budget report.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that notice is hereby given that July 28, 2008, at the hour of 2:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers of the City Administration Building, 202 C Street, San Diego, California, is fixed as the time and place when and where any and all persons having any desire to be heard may appear and state their views for or against the levying of assessments on businesses; the modification of the method and basis of assessments; the expansion of the District, and the modification of the District's FY2009 budget report.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED the City Clerk is hereby directed to give notice of the hearings by both publication and mail pursuant to Sections 36523 and 36523.5 of the Streets and Highways Code.
Passed by the Council of The City of San Diego on May 27, 2008, by the following vote.
YEAS: PETERS, FAULCONER, ATKINS, YOUNG, MAIENSCHEIN, FRYE, MADAFFER, & HUESO.
NAYS: NONE.
NOT PRESENT: NONE.
RECUSED: NONE.
DATE OF FINAL PASSAGE: MAY 30, 2008
AUTHENTICATED BY:
JERRY SANDERS
Mayor of The City of San Diego, California.
ELIZABETH S. MALAND
City Clerk of The City of San Diego, California.
By: Gil Sanchez, Deputy
Pub. June 6, 13, 20-00042490



CITY OF SAN DIEGO
NOTICE OF CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING
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DATE OF MEETING: Tuesday, June 24, 2008

TIME OF MEETING: 10:00 a.m.

PLACE OF MEETING: COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 12TH FLOOR,
CITY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING,
202 “C” STREET, SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

PROJECT NAME: Second Amendment to the Agreement with Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.
and Third Amendment to the Agreement with CH2mHill for
Various Water projects at the Alvarado Water Treatment Plant.
APPLICANT: Julie Ballesteros

COMMUNITY: Navajo, Mission Trails Regional Park, Mid-City, College Area

COUNCIL DISTRICT: District 7, Jim Madaffer and District 3, Toni Atkins


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of The City of San Diego
will consider whether to adopt an ordinance pursuant to Section 99 of the Charter of the City of San Diego authorizing a Second amendment to a consultant agreement with Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.; Third Amendment to a consultant agreement with CH2mHill, Inc. and authorizing additional funding for the agreement. The Alvarado Water Treatment Plant is located at 5540 Kiowa Drive in the Navajo Community in Council District 7. A complete copy of the Ordinance (No. O-2008-125) is available for inspection in the Office of the City Clerk (location set forth below).

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT
CITY PROJECT MANAGER/PHONE: Julie Ballesteros at (619) 235-1953

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 Mayor and 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:061308 LIZ MALAND
cr SAN DIEGO CITY CLERK
Pub. June 13-00042806



City of San Diego
PUBLISHED: Friday June 13, 2008


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