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Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 02/02/2009 07:53 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 02/03/2009 01:12 AM
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Lode Hotel, Water Element, Unmet Transit Needs and More Being Discussed at City of Angels Camp City Council Meeting This Tuesday February 3rd, 2009

Angels Camp, CA....The Angels Camp City Council is back in action Tuesday at 5pm. They will start off the evening with a Closed Session, then reconvene at at 5:30pm with Consideration of Issuing an Order of Abatement of Public Nuisance on the Cashero property, a continuation from January 20th, 2009; They will then move to their regular meeting at 6pm. Title 22 water issues arising from the second amended agreement for golf course irrigation water at Greenhorn Creek; Eminent Domain for Murphys Grade Road Pipeline project will be discussed; Tyler Summerset of the CCOG will be present to discuss unmet transit needs; Website design and review by Kris Jack and Derrik Tribble; Closure of Alleyway off of Pacific Street is back on the agenda; Lode Hotel discussion. 2020 General Plan Update discussed and Inclusion of Water Element into the General Plan is back. Full agenda enclosed.....

Work has begun on the Lode Hotel


CITY OF ANGELS CAMP
CITY COUNCIL
AGENDA
Tuesday, February 3, 2009
__________________________________________________
Mayor Jack Lynch ANGELS FIRE HOUSE
Vice Mayor Jack Boeding 1404 E. Highway 4
Council Members Paul Raggio Angels Camp, CA 95222
Elaine Morris (209) 736-2181
Craig Turco

City Administrator Tim Shearer City Attorney Richard Matranga
___________________________________________________________________________
City Council appreciates your interest and encourages your participation. Regularly scheduled meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. The Agenda is divided into two sections:
CONSENT AGENDA: These matters include routine financial and administration actions
and are usually approved by a single majority vote.
REGULAR AGENDA: These items include significant financial and administration action of special interest, hearings and work sessions.
__________________________________________________________________________

5:00 p.m. CALL TO ORDER

ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION (Subdivision (a) of Government Code Section 54956.9) (Case No. 1:08-cv-00858_LJO-SMS) Wilmshurst v. City of Angels, et al.

CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL REGARDING CONTRACT: CITY ADMINISTRATOR

5:30 p.m. RECONVENE

1. CONSIDERATION OF ISSUING ORDER OF ABATEMENT OF PUBLIC NUISANCE (continued from 1/20/09) – Olen Murphy, Code Enforcement Officer
Update abatement progress of Cashero property on Dogtown Road as requested at 1/20/09 Council Meeting.
Council Action: DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION
_______________________________________________________________________________


ADJOURN

6:00 p.m. RECONVENE TO REGULAR MEETING

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE (Please remain standing for invocation)

INVOCATION

APPROVAL OF AGENDA



ACTION TAKEN IN CLOSED SESSION

January 20, 2009: CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION (Subdivision (a) of Government Code Section 54956.9) Ziehlke v. City of Angels, et al.
Council Action: NO LEGISLATIVE ACTION WAS TAKEN

January 20, 2009: CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – ANTICIPATED LITIGATION
RE: Title 22 water issues arising out of the second amended agreement for golf course irrigation water at Greenhorn Creek.
Council Action: THE CITY ATTORNEY WAS AUTHORIZED TO ARRANGE A MEETING WITH GREENHORN CREEK REPRESENTATIVE TO DISCUSS A RESOLUTION OF TITLE 22 WATER ISSUES. Vote – Lynch: Aye, Boeding: Aye, Raggio: Aye, Morris: Aye, Turco: Aye

January 20, 2009: CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – ANTICIPATED LITIGATION
RE: Eminent Domain/Murphys Grade Road Pipeline Project.
Council Action: THE CITY ATTORNEY WAS GIVEN AUTHORITY TO MAKE AN OFFER REGARDING ACQUISITION OF AN EASEMENT FROM ROBERT DIEBOLD. Vote: Lynch: Aye, Boeding: Aye, Raggio: Aye, Morris: Aye, Turco: Aye

January 20, 2009: CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL
Council Action: THE CITY ATTORNEY WAS GIVEN AUTHORITY TO CONVEY AN OFFER TO COMPROMISE AND SETTLE THE CLAIM THROUGH THE CITY’S RISK MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY IN THE SUM OF $2,472.85. Vote: Lynch: Aye, Boeding: Aye, Raggio: Aye, Morris: Aye, Turco: Aye

February 3, 2009: CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION (Subdivision (a) of Government Code Section 54956.9) (Case No. 1:08-cv-00858_LJO-SMS) Wilmshurst v. City of Angels, et al.
Council Action:

February 3, 2009: CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL REGARDING CONTRACT: CITY ADMINISTRATOR
Council Action:

CONSENT AGENDA
The following Consent Agenda items are expected to be routine. They will be acted upon by the Council at one time without discussion. Any Council Member, staff member or interested person may request that any Consent items be removed to the Regular Agenda for discussion.

a. Minutes of Regular meeting – January 20, 2009
b. Acceptance of water heater donation to Police Department from anonymous donor.
c. Approval of Cooperative Agreement – Sidewalk TE Project
d. MOTION to pay bills

STAFF REPORTS
Informational item only – No action will be taken.

COUNCIL REPORTS
Informational item only – No action will be taken.

PUBLIC COMMENT
PUBLIC COMMENT: Comments from the public on items not on the Agenda. Limit 3 minutes per person.




REGULAR AGENDA
_______________________________________________________________________________
2. PUBLIC HEARING: UNMET TRANSIT NEEDS – Tyler Summersett, CCOG
Council Action: DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION
_______________________________________________________________________________
3. WEBSITE PRESENTATION AND REVIEW – Kris Jack/Derrik Tribble
Council Action: DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION
_______________________________________________________________________________
4. CLOSURE OF ALLEYWAY OFF OF PACIFIC STREET (continued from 1/20/08) – Richard Matranga, City Attorney/Ken Airola, Attorney
Council Action: DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION
_______________________________________________________________________________
5. CONSIDERATION OF ABATEMENT/DEMOLITION OF THE LODE HOTEL (continued from 1/20/09) – Bruce Silva/Steve Flaigg, City Building Department
Council Action:
a. INSPECTION AND APPROVAL UPDATE REGARDING SAFETY ISSUES AND STRUCTURAL DEFICIENCIES THROUGHOUT THE LODE HOTEL AS SPECIFIED IN THE ORDER TO ABATE DATED 12/16/08 AND 15 DAY EXTENSION APPROVED 1/20/09 FOR ABATEMENT OF FAÇADE – ALLOWING MR. ASHLOCK TO IMMEDIATELY OBTAIN A DEMOLITION PERMIT AND REMOVE FAÇADE WITHIN 15 DAYS.

b. DIRECT CITY ADMINISTRATOR TO COMPLY WITH ABATEMENT ORDER DATED 12/16/08 AND/OR AUTHORIZE CITY ATTORNEY TO FILE AN ACTION IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF CALAVERAS COUNTY REQUESTING THE COURT TO GRANT RELIEF TO ABATE THE NUISANCE.
_______________________________________________________________________________
6. PUBLIC HEARING: 2020 GENERAL PLAN UPDATE – David Hanham, Planning Director
Council Action: DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION
_______________________________________________________________________________
7. INCLUSION OF WATER ELEMENT INTO COUNTY GENERAL PLAN – David Hanham, Planning Director
Council Action: APPROVE BASELINE INFORMATION FOR WATER/WASTEWATER TO BE INCLUDED IN THE CALAVERAS COUNTY GENERAL PLAN WATER ELEMENT.
_______________________________________________________________________________

CALENDAR

ADJOURN



Anyone wishing to receive City Council agendas may submit self addressed stamped envelopes or your email address to City Hall and agendas will be mailed or emailed to you. This request must be renewed at the beginning of each calendar year. For further information, please contact the City Clerk at City Hall 736-2181, or email marykelly@angelscamp.gov

Availability of Public Records. All public records relating to an open session item on this agenda, which are not exempt from disclosure pursuant to the California Public Records Act, that are distributed to a majority of the legislative body will be available for public inspection at the City Clerk’s Office, 584 S. Main St., Angels Camp at the same time that the public records are distributed or made available to the legislative body.

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