SANTA ROSA CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES

(APPROVED BY COUNCIL OCTOBER 10, 2000)

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2000

CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER, CITY HALL, 100 SANTA ROSA AVENUE

REGULAR MEETING

4:00 P.M. (CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER)

1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER

Mayor Condron called the meeting to order at 4:02 p.m. in the City Council Chamber.

2. CITY COUNCIL ROLL CALL

Present at roll call were Councilmember Evans, Rabinowitsh, Runyan and Mayor Condron. Councilmember Vas Dupre was seated at 4:04 p.m , and Councilmember Wright was seated at 4:08 p.m. Vice Mayor Martini was absent.

Mayor Condron introduced Teen Councilmember Mike Kobler, noting that the Teen Council program has resumed with the school year, and that a team of Teen Councilmembers will be rotating attendance at City Council Meetings.

3. PROCLAMATIONS/PRESENTATIONS

3.1 PRESENTATION - DARE PROGRAM

Richard Sharke, Executive Director of the McDowell Drug Program, presented the basics of the DARE organization and requested the support of the Council in getting this excellent alternative to drug and alcohol use into Santa Rosa's elementary schools. Mr.Sharke distributed student workbooks used in the program prior to introducing Rohnert Park DARE Office Mike Bates. Officer Bates explained that DARE is a non-profit organization, funded primarily through donations, and summarized the DARE training programs.

Mayor Condron expressed surprised to hear that Santa Rosa does not have a DARE program and confirmed with Mr. Sharke that if more information is needed he could be reached by telephone at 762-7702.

4. CITIZEN PUBLIC APPEARANCES

Jack Osbourne of 5636 Del Monte Court, referred to a memorandum written to the City Council by Chuck Rust. In the letter (listed as item 11.6 on the September 12, 2000 City Council Agenda), Mr. Rust indicated that in the closed session of August 15 he was directed by Council to take action to move the Church of One Tree. Mr. Osbourne stated that the closed session was listed on the agenda as a negotiation for the exchange of the Church of One Tree property for 90 Brown Street, and that the City Attorney announced after the closed session that no action had been taken. Mr. Osbourne said that he requested an investigation by the District Attorney of Council's direction to staff to determine whether such direction in a closed session was a civil or crimin al violation, and if so, that appropriate action be taken. Mr. Osbourne stated that Mr. Rust should not have attended the closed session, and that any action taken by the City Council with regards to the Church of One Tree should be done publically.

Ken Harte stated that he is happy and that everything he has dreamed has come true. The wars he wrote about 20 years ago have stopped and the economy is good.

Bill Pisenti of the Redwood Empire Trim Committee, referred to Mr. Osbourne's comments about the Church of One Tree, noting that at one time the Church of One Tree was on the corner of B and Ross Streets. He supports leaving the church where it is because it would be too costly to move. He distributed a letter dated August 29, 2000 which he then summarized, pointing out that money not paid in taxes is money in consumers' pockets. Mr. Pisenti asked to address item number 7.1 (Appointment to Luther Burbank Home and Garden's Board) when that item comes before the Council later during this meeting.

Linda Picton spoke regarding the Gay and Lesbian Pride celebration this June 10 at the Junior College, during which time thousands of gay and lesbian dollars are brought into Santa Rosa. She inquired about putting banners up around the city at that time to advertise the celebration.

Jane Bender of 720 Lombard Avenue stated that She is a candidate for City Council, and said that when speaking to citizens during her campaign they often ask about the City's water situation. She asked for a report addressing this issue.

Terry Hilton of 2630 Stony Point Road, representing Southwest Area Business Association, indicated his support for the DARE program. He next reported that attendance at Saturday's Patrick Scott dedication ceremony at Southwest Community Park was low due unavoidable circumstances, including the death of a board member and illness in the Scott Family. Another dedication event will be planned for the near future. He distributed copies of the plaque noting that the picture of a flower in the left hand corner will be replaced by a picture of Patrick Scott, and that the donors names will be listed as shown. He indicated that there is a lack of communication between the Parks and Recreation Department and special interest groups such as the Southwest Area Business Association, and wondered whether mediation would be necessary to improve the situation.

There being no one else wishing to speak, Mayor Condron closed the public appearances portion of the meeting and asked City Attorney Rene Chouteau to respond to Mr. Osbourne's concerns.

Mr. Chouteau stated that he has discussed this issue with Mr. Osbourne and that Mr. Osbourne has subsequently chosen to correspond with the District Attorney on this matter. Mr. Chouteau explained that Mr. Rust stated in the memo that, based on Council's direction to its negotiators in the closed session, he was now proceeding with the public process of relocating the Church of One Tree. This process is open and public and is in its beginning stages. The next step will be to conduct neighborhood meetings to discuss an appropriate location for the church and the matter will ultimately come back to Council in an open session.

Mayor Condron informed Ms. Picton that the policy regarding banners would be researched and She (Ms. Picton) would be informed of the appropriate process for this type of request.

Miles Ferris, Director of Utilities. reported on the City's status of water availability. He said that the water is secure and that the water demand during peak periods has been less than anticipated. He noted that a detailed memorandum with attachments will be sent to Council this week. Amendment 11 is in active as far as the Sonoma County Water Agency is concerned, and the Agency is now negotiating with individual members. It is not known what effect the status of Amendment 11 will have on Amendment 12. The Water Advisory Committee will be meeting on September 25 to discuss these concerns.

With regards to water supply, Mr. Ferris explained that there is plenty of water, but during peak periods additional production capacity is needed. Collector number 6 is scheduled to commence construction shortly and will provide the needed increased delivery capacity. The construction is already funded, and is estimated to be completed in approximately 2 years. Long range plans to keep the water supply ample are still in the discussion stage between the various agencies. Water is available at Warm Springs Dam, and if the City were be required to contribute its share (approximately 40%) to build a water treatment plant at Warm Springs Dam, the worst-case scenario would be a rate increase of 60% to 70%. It is extremely unlikely that a water treatment plant at Warm Springs Dam will need to be built. More likely, the eventual rate increase would be approximately 5% to 10%. Past rate increases, while unpopular, have made possible reclamation programs which are helping the water supply now. As will be noted in the coming memorandum, Santa Rosa is allowed 50 million gallons per day, and is using approximately 32 million gallons.

Mr. Ferris concluded his report by stating that the Sonoma County contractors (cities) are working as a team to solve each member's water problems. Some members are over their allotments, some are right at their allotments, and some cannot receive what has been allotted to them. He commended the citizens of Santa Rosa for their water conservation efforts, which helped the City get through this year's fin al peak period without going over its allotment, and the City Council and Board of Public Utilities Department for their support.

Councilmember Rabinowitsh said he is looking forward to discussing water conservation and confirmed with City Manager Jeff Kolin that the study session to discuss Amendment 11 and the water supply is scheduled for October 3.

Mayor Condron responded to Mr. Hilton, noting that She regretted that the Patrick Scott dedication ceremony did not go as planned, and that every effort would be made to keep communication open between the Southwest Area Business Association regarding the Youth Center and Southwest Community Park.

5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES - Regular City Council meeting of September 5, 2000

MOVED by Councilmember Wright, seconded by Councilmember Vas Dupre, CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY (WITH VICE MAYOR MARTINI ABSENT) TO APPROVE THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES OF September 5, 2000 as presented.

6. STATEMENTS OF ABSTENTION BY COUNCILMEMBERS

None.

7. CONSENT ITEMS

Bill Pisenti spoke regarding item 7.1 (Confirming Appointment to the Luther Burbank Home and Gardens Board), inquiring as to whether City residence is required to serve on the Luther Burbank Home and Garden's Board. He said that he was once asked to consider serving on the Board, but was then told he couldn't because he did not live within the City limits.

Mayor Condron confirmed that it is City Policy to require that members of the City's Boards, Commissions and Council be Santa Rosa residents.

Regarding Item 7.3 (Harvest Subdivision), Councilmember Evans asked where the project's multi-family housing will be located, and when will it be built.

Tony Cabrera, Deputy Director Community Development - Engineering, stated that the multi-family component to Harvest Subdivision is located on Summer Creek Street, which is on the west side of the development, and that it will be built concurrently with the single-family component.

MOVED by Councilmember Runyan seconded by Councilmember Evans, CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY (WITH VICE MAYOR MARTINI ABSENT) TO ADOPT AND WAIVE THE READING OF THE TEXT OF THE RESOLUTIONS IDENTIFIED IN ITEMS 7.1AND 7.2.

7.1 RESOLUTION - CONFIRMING APPOINTMENT TO THE LUTHER BURBANK HOME AND GARDENS BOARD

RESOLUTION NO. 24558 ENTITLED: RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ROSA MAKING ANAPPOINTMENT TO THE LUTHER BURBANK HOME AND GARDENS BOARD (Dee Blackman, for a term expiring December 31,2002).

72. RESOLUTION - CONFIRMING APPOINTMENTS TO THE COMMUNITY ACTION TEAM

RESOLUTION NO. 24559 ENTITLED: RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ROSA MAKINGAPPOINTMENTS TO THE COMMUNITY ACTION TEAM. (Jeff Berk, Phillip Grazida, Merle Lawrence and Jean Reed, for terms expiring December 31, 2002).

7.3 RESOLUTION - HARVEST SUBDIVISION, FIN AL MAP APPROVAL (3361 PETALUMA HILL ROAD)

RESOLUTION NO. 24560 ENTITLED: RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ROSA APPROVING THEHARVES SUBDIVISION MAP AND ACCEPTING ALL OFFERS OF DEDICATION CONTAINED THEREON AND REJECT THEPUBLIC STORM DRAIN EASEMENT ACROSS LOT 3

Mayor Condron announced that Items 9 (Announcement of Closed Session Topics), 10 (Mayor's/Councilmembers' Reports) and 11(Written Communication) would be heard at this time because it was not yet 5:00 p.m., the noticed time of public hearings.

9. ANNOUNCEMENT OF CLOSED SESSION TOPICS

City Attorney Rene Chouteau announced that no closed session was held.

9.1 CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION

(Subdivision (a) of Government Code Section 54956.9)

Name of Case: Alexander Valley Association vs. City of Santa Rosa

Three Lawsuits

As noted above, the closed session was not held; therefore this item was not discussed.

9.2 CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION

(Subdivision (a) of Government Code Section 54956.9)

Name of Case: Sanford, Hall, and Olivet Roads Community vs. City of Santa Rosa, et al.

As noted above, the closed session was not held; therefore this item was not discussed.

10. MAYOR'S/COUNCILMEMBERS' REPORTS

Councilmember Vas Dupre reported on her recent trip to Europe, noting that graffiti is prevalent in Germany and Sweden. The experience furthered her appreciation of Larry Tanner's and Mike Schoen's efforts to remove graffiti in Santa Rosa. She also reported that She and Councilmember Rabinowitsh recently met to discuss the City's contract with Cable One, and that there will be a public meeting to discuss the media contract. The meeting will include Cable One and AT&T and will take place in the City Council Chamber on Thursday, October 1 at 7:00 p.m. The Bicycle and Pedestrian's Advisory Committee met yesterday and will host a public meeting on Wednesday, October 11, 7:00 p.m. at Finley Center. Councilmember Vas Dupre concluded her report by saying that She visited several City Halls while in Europe, including the City Hall for Stockholm, Sweden, where the Nobel Prizes (with the except of the Peace prize) are given. All the Cities She visited have many issues in common with Santa Rosa and other U.S. Cities, including preserving their resources while trying to deal with the pressures of growth. She thanked the Council for allowing her to participate in the September 12 City Council Meeting by telephone from Sweden.

Councilmember Mike Runyan reported that, while he did not attend the Lion's Club breakfast which preceded Saturday's Southwest Community Park Dedication, he was given to understand that about 85 people attended the event. There were fewer attendees at the dedication ceremony, which he did attend, with more people arriving at the park later in the afternoon.

Councilmember Noreen Evans stated that She attended neighborhood meeting concerning the Hoen Avenue traffic calming proposal brought forward by Eugene Benton, Deputy Director Public Works - Traffic. The meeting took place last Wednesday and was attended by a standing-room-only crowd. The traffic calming plan will come before Council in October. The attendees concurred that steps need to be taken to alleviate the traffic on Hoen Avenue. The Hoen Avenue residents are in favor of Mr. Benton's proposal, while residents of Summerfield Road as well as those drivers who use Hoen Avenue to commute are more apprehensive about it. Overall, Mr. Benton's plan was well received. Councilmember Evans distributed a collage depicting some of the 150accidents that have occurred on Hoen Avenue over the past few years.

Mayor Condron reported that She attended a meeting concerning homeless Shelter solutions at which four potential homeless Shelter sites were introduced and discussed. There were several hundred attendees who looked at the issues, discussed the pluses and minuses of each site and expressed a desire to move forward with solutions to the homeless situation in Santa Rosa. The meeting was productive and several Committee members contacted Mayor Condron to let her know they were pleased with the attendance and discussion.

Councilmember Vas Dupre said that She appreciates the Mayor's taking leadership on the homeless Shelter issue. She commended the community for its involvement, particularly the Press Democrat for its full page insert on Shelter solutions in Sunday's paper.

11. WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS (AND POSSIBLE COUNCIL ACTION)

11.1 Memorandum from Katie Sanchez, Chair, Santa Rosa City Child Care Advisory Committee, requesting two appointments to the Committee.

Mr. Kolin informed the Council that Appointments to the Child Care Committee are scheduled for the September 26, 2000 City Council meeting.

11.2 Letter from Angela Armbrust, President, Santa Rosa Senior Center Association, re: Santa Rosa General Plan

Mr. Kolin stated that a reply will be sent to Ms. Armbrust thanking her for her suggestions and that copies her letter will be forwarded to the General Plan Program Management Team and the Parks and Recreation Department for inclusion in their facilities planning process.

11.3 Letter from Marie De Santis, Women's Justice Center, re: business meeting

In a reply to a previous letter from Ms. De Santis on this same subject (Women's Justice Center), it was suggested that a committee be formed that would include representatives from the City Council, the Police Department, the YMCA and other women's justice organizations in the community. Unless otherwise directed by Council, formation of the Committee to review the cases identified by Ms. De Santis will proceed.

Mayor Condron said that She has asked Councilmember Vas Dupre to join her in meeting with representatives of the Women'sJustice Center to pursue the complaints.

It not yet being 5:00 p.m., Mayor Condron opened the floor to additional public appearances.

Pia Jensen of the Cotati City Council spoke regarding Mr. Ferris' report on the City's water situation (summarized earlier in these minutes). She expressed concern that Supervisor Tim Smith has declared that the 12th Amendment does not exist. She clarified that Amendment 12 does exist; albeit only in working papers and not in draft form. She asked whether the City of Santa Rosa tallies the projected water consumption of its approved residential and commercial developments and compares the approved developments with its current and future allotments. Ms. Jensen requested that the City Manager draft a reply to this question and send it to the Cotati City Council.

Mayor Condron called a recess at 4:58 p.m., reconvening at 5:08 p.m.

8. SCHEDULED ITEMS

8.1 PUBLIC APPEAL HEARING - DE BAUN MINI STORAGE - CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT (HOPPER AVENUE)

Mayor Condron announced that this item has been withdrawn by the applicant.

8.2 PUBLIC APPEAL HEARING - COURTSIDE VILLAGE - CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL (3950 SEBASTOPOL ROAD)

Tony Cabrera, Deputy Director, Community Development - Engineering made the staff presentation. This item was before City Council on September 12, 2000. Council requested that the minutes of the meetings where the Design Review Board and Planning Commission heard this item be provided and the item was continued to September 19.

On September 12, Council heard the Staff presentation on the project. There are two issues of the appeal. The first is the dimensions of the parking areas not conforming to City Council approved standards. The second is public versus private ownership of the parking lot/square. The project itself, the type or number of units, or the configuration of the units is not being appealed.

The Design Review Board agreed that the project was well conceived and that the parking reduction was warranted due to bus transportation being so close by. The Board also agreed that the angled parking was located appropriately and would encourage slower traffic.

The Planning Commission voiced a strong support of the project as a whole and agreed to the following:

1. The parking lot/square design would bring cohesiveness to the neighborhood.

2. The parking reduction was warranted.

3. The Planning Commission has no authority to change Council Standards and would approve the project as conditioned.

Throughout the review of this project, the dimensions of the parking areas have been an issue. It was determined early on in the process that any changes to Council approved standards would be made by the Council. Subsequent to the presentations by both staff and the applicant, discussion of the project was held and voted upon by the Commission. No questions were raised during the discussion so the Commission did not see the exhibits shown to the Council on September 12, 2000.

The following alternatives are for Council consideration: deny the entire appeal and have the project designed to approved Council Standards; grant the appeal for the angled parking, which in effect would grant a variance to approved Council Standards for this specific location and project; deny the appeal to accept the parking lot as public right-of-way; or grant the appeal to accept the parking lot as public right-of-way.

It is recommended by the Department of Community Development that the City Council deny, by resolution, the appeal of Conditions of Approval submitted by Courtside Village for the use of angled parking along Campoy and Billie Jean Streets and Martin a Avenue which do not conform to Council Standards and designate Doubles Drive as a private street and not accept it as public right-of way.

The appeal is specifically for the 45-degree parking along Billie Jean and Campoy Streets, the 60-degree parking along Martin a Avenue, and public versus private ownership of Doubles Drive.

Mr. Cabrera reviewed the portion of the appeal regarding 45-degree parking along Billie Jean and Campoy streets and Doubles Drive as noted below:

Billie Jean and Campoy Street parking:

Doubles Drive:

Supervising Engineer Steve Allen addressed the proposed 60-degree parking along Martin a Avenue:

Mr. Allen responded to questions from Council as follows:

Mayor Condron opened the public hearing.

Alan Cohen, the project architect, touched on comments in the staff report and summarized the project as listed below:

Curt Nichols of Carlile-Macy reviewed the proposed street widths and parking spaces as follows:

Alan Strachan, the project developer, stated that the project has been designed with a pedestrian oriented atmosphere rather than towards vehicular activity, which will require less paved area. The existing standards do not support this type of pedestrian oriented development. It is appropriate that this appeal be heard by the City Council because the City Council sets the standards. He pointed out that the less paved area turned over to the City will result in less maintenance cost. The parking spaces would be privately maintained; only the street would be public. Narrower streets are safer because cars travel more slowly on them.

Mr. Strachan responded to questions from Councilmembers:

Jane Bender of 620 Lombard Avenue, said that in her work with City Vision She has reviewed many revitalized downtowns and that Courtside Village is an example of one way to come to terms in the struggle to accommodate vehicles and pedestrians. Wide sidewalks and fewer, narrower spaces are necessary in this type of development. Drivers can still maneuver within the smaller spaces.

Jack Osbourne of 5636 Del Monte Court said that 9 foot spaces hardly accommodates a Ford F150 or a Ford Crown Victoria (his is71/2 feet wide). Narrow streets and spaces are contrary to good design and benefit only pedestrians and bicyclists. If too many spaces are lost another bus line would have to be added, and if standards are changed for this project they'll have to be changed for all of them. He voiced his objection to the Planning Commission approving a project that doesn't meet City Standards. He asked whether bus service was going to be guaranteed to the Courtside Village residents.

There being no one else wishing to speak, Mayor Condron closed the public hearing.

At Mayor Condron's request, Mr. Strachan responded to Mr. Osbourne's concern about bus service, explaining that City bus service just started in the neighborhood, and that the Homeowner's Association van runs 18 hours per day

Councilmember Vas Dupre inquired as to the procedure for revising the City's parking requirement to reduce the number of overall spaces by approximately 5% while increasing the stall width.

Mr. Cabrera responded, stating that staff would calculate the spaces and come back with a resolution for Council's consideration.

Council discussed the proposal and concurred in its support of the appeal. Councilmember's commented as follows:

MOVED by Councilmember Evans, seconded by Councilmember Runyan, CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY (WITH VICE MAYOR MARTINI ABSENT) TO UPHOLD THE APPEAL AND BRING BACK A RESOLUTION ON THE CONSENT CALENDAR OF THESEPTEMBER 26, 2000 CITY COUNCIL MEETING.

8.3 PUBLIC HEARING - REZONING - RED OAK SUBDIVISION (2263 PINER ROAD)

City Planner Clare Hartman gave the staff presentation. On August 24, 2000, the Planning Commission voted 6-0 to recommend to the City Council adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration and introduction of an ordinance reclassifying a 4.58-acre site to the R-1-2/6 District, and further to approve a Tentative Map and Development Plan for the Red Oak Subdivision.

The project site is located at 2263 Piner Road on the north side of Piner Road, at the easterly terminus of Red Oak Drive, and at the westerly terminus of Goldfield Lane. Pioneer Park aligns the northerly property boundary of the project site.

The proposal includes a request to reclassify the site from R-1-6 to R-1-2/6, subdivide 4.58 acres into 29 lots, and to construct a total of 35 residential units. The project involves 27 detached single-family residences, four second dwelling units, and two duplexes. The overall density of the project is 7.64 units per acre, consistent with the General Plan land use designation for the site of Residential, Low Density (2 - 8 units per acre).

The Planning Commission and the Design Review Board both supported the proposal, finding it compatible with the surrounding neighborhood and designed to promote neighborhood interaction and convenient access to the park.

It is recommended by the Planning Commission that the City Council, by resolution, adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration and introduce an ordinance reclassifying the 4.58-acre site to the R-1-2/6 District.

Mayor Condron opened the public hearing.

Bruce Aspin all of 703 2nd Street (the applicant's representative) introduced the applicant, Bill Schellinger, the project architect, Mike Kurty, and the project engineer, Ken Cavin. Mr. Aspin all encouraged the City Council to take the Planning Commission's recommendation to approve the project, noting that the only speakers at the Planning Commission meeting were representatives of the adjacent Pioneer Way apartments, who were concerned about traffic on their private road. The applicant has indicated that he is willing to work with the apartment owners to install speed bumps or to take similar traffic calming measures.

There being no one else wishing to speak, Mayor Condron closed the public hearing.

Mrs. Hartman responded to Councilmember Vas Dupre:

Councilmember Vas Dupre asked that staff keep in mind that recycling and trash collection procedures for multi-family units is undergoing a revision.

Councilmember Rabinowitsh commended the Planning Commission for requiring planter strips and 2nd units. This project demonstrates that subdivisions can be designed with a mix of housing types.

MOVED by Councilmember Rabinowitsh, seconded by Councilmember Councilmember Evans , CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY (WITHVICE MAYOR MARTINI ABSENT) TO ADOPT AND WAIVE THE READING OF THE TEXT OF:

RESOLUTION NO. 24561 ENTITLED: RESOLUTION OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ROSA APPROVING ANDADOPTING A MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION FOR THE PROPOSED REZONING OF PROPERTY LOCATED AT 2263PINER ROAD (RED OAK SUBDIVISION) - FILE NUMBER MJP98-040

MOVED by Councilmember Rabinowitsh, seconded by Councilmember Evans , CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY (WITH VICE MAYOR MARTINI ABSENT) TO INTRODUCE AND WAIVE THE READING OF THE TEXT OF:

AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED: ORDINANCE OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA ROSA AMENDING CHAPTER 20 OF THE SANTA ROSA CITY CODE - RECLASSIFICATION OF PROPERTY LOCATED AT 2263 PINER ROAD (RED OAKSUBDIVISION) TO THE R-1-2/6 DISTRICT - FILE NUMBER MJP98-040

9. ANNOUNCEMENT OF CLOSED SESSION TOPICS

This item was moved up on the agenda and was discussed after item 7.3 as noted earlier in these minutes.

10. MAYOR'S/COUNCILMEMBERS' REPORTS

This item was moved up on the agenda as noted earlier in these minutes.

11. WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS (AND POSSIBLE COUNCIL ACTION)

This item was moved up on the agenda along with as noted earlier in these minutes.

ADJOURNMENT

Hearing no further business, Mayor Condron adjourned the meeting to a City Council study session to be held in the Mayor's Conference Room at Santa Rosa City Hall on Tuesday, September 26, 2000, at 3:00 p.m. and then to the City Council Meeting to beheld in the City Council Chamber at Santa Rosa City Hall on Tuesday, September 26, 2000, at 4:00 p.m.

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