City Council Minutes 04/04/2000 RPV, City, Council, Minutes, 2000, Meeting RPV City Council Minutes for the 04/04/2000 Meeting APRIL 4, 2000

M I N U T E S

RANCHO PALOS VERDES CITY COUNCIL

REGULAR MEETING

APRIL 4, 2000

 

The meeting was called to order at 6:00 P.M. by Mayor Byrd at Fred Hesse Community Park, 29301 Hawthorne Boulevard, and was immediately recessed to a closed session per the Brown Act Checklist. Council then recessed to interview a committee applicant.

At 7:13 P.M., the meeting was reconvened to conduct the regular meeting. After the Pledge of Allegiance, roll call was answered as follows:

PRESENT:Ferraro, Lyon, McTaggart, Stern, and Mayor Byrd

ABSENT:None

Also present were City Manager Les Evans, Assistant City Manager Carolynn Petru; City Attorney Carol Lynch; Director of Planning, Building & Code Enforcement Joel Rojas; Director of Public Works Dean Allison; Director of Finance Dennis McLean; City Clerk/Administrative Services Director Jo Purcell; and, Recording Secretary Jackie Drasco.

CEREMONIAL MATTERS:

Mayor Byrd presented a City tile to Debra Buxton, Crossing Guard at Silver Spur Elementary School from 1988 to 1999, and expressed the City’s appreciation for her dedicated service.

Dennis Zane, a consultant for the City of El Segundo, presented an update regarding El Segundo’s lawsuit against the City of Los Angeles and Los Angeles World Airports for alleged violation of the California Environmental Quality Act, discussed participation in the lawsuit by other cities and by SCAG, and, asked that Rancho Palos Verdes support their cause.

Mayor Byrd stated that the subject would be placed on a future agenda.

RECYCLING DRAWING:

There was no winner from the last drawing since the name drawn was found to be not participating in the recycling program. Another card was selected.

Mayor Byrd announced that there was a free composting workshop being held on April 29, 2000 from 10:00 A.M. to noon at Hesse Park. He encouraged residents to participate in the compost program and explained that that there was a City rebate to reimburse residents for the purchase of composting bins when they were purchased at specific locations. He provided the Public Works Department phone number if residents wanted further information.

APPROVAL OF AGENDA:

Mayor Byrd suggested that the Committee and Commission Appointments be made before the public hearing.

Mayor Pro Tem so moved, seconded by Councilwoman Ferraro, to approve the agenda as amended. Motion carried.

APPROVAL OF CONSENT CALENDAR:

Councilman Stern moved, seconded by Councilman McTaggart, to remove the 19 Marguerite Drive Private Drainage Agreement and the Letter of Support for AB 1939 items from the Consent Calendar and to discuss them later in the meeting.

Lois Larue, 3136 Barkentine Road, Rancho Palos Verdes, spoke in opposition to every day of April being named Arbor Day; questioned the hourly rates the City pays Crossing Guards; and, questioned the billing from the Sheriff’s Department.

Councilwoman Ferraro moved, seconded by Councilman Stern, to approve the Consent Calendar as follows:

Minutes

Approved the minutes of February 28, February 29, March 8, and March 21, 2000.

Resol. No. 2000-11 - Declaration of Arbor Day

ADOPTED RESOL. NO. 2000-11, A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES DECLARING EACH DAY DURING THE MONTH OF APRIL 2000 AS ARBOR DAY.

Resol. No. 2000-12 - Budget Adjustment – Friends of Friendship Park

ADOPTED RESOL. NO. 2000-12, A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES, AMENDING RESOL. NO. 99-41, THE BUDGET APPROPRIATION FOR FY 1999-2000, TO INCREASE BUDGETED APPROPRIATIONS IN THE COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAM OF THE GENERAL FUND.

Resol. No. 2000-13 - Budget Adjustment for Contract Services

ADOPTED RESOL. NO. 2000-13, A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES AMENDING RESOL. NO. 99-41, THE BUDGET APPROPRIATION FOR FISCAL YEAR 1999-2000, FOR A BUDGET ADJUSTMENT TO THE CITY’S GENERAL FUND AND GAS TAX FUND.

Crossing Guard Services for 1999-2000 School Year – Amendment No. 8 – All City Management Services, Inc.

Authorized the Mayor and the City Clerk to execute Amendment No. 8 to the agreement with All City Management Services, Inc. (All City), for an amount not to exceed $7,500 to provide crossing guard services at Miraleste Intermediate School for the 2000-2001 school year.

Resol. No. 2000-14 - Salary Resolution – Maintenance Superintendent Position in the Public Works Department

ADOPTED RESOL. NO. 2000-14, A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES, AMENDING RESOL. NO. 99-71, AND CREATING A SALARY RANGE FOR THE POSITION OF MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT.

Notice of Completion for City Hall Carpet Replacement (Carpet Manor)

(1) Accepted the work as complete. (2) Authorized the City Clerk to record a Notice of Completion with the County Recorder; and if no claims are filed 35 days after recordation, and upon the Contractor posting an acceptable warranty bond, notify the surety company to exonerate the Payment and Performance Bonds. (3) Authorized the Director of Public Works to release the 10% retention payment to Carpet Manor 35 days after recordation of the Notice of Completion by the County Recorder contingent on no claims being filed on the project and the Contractor posting an acceptable warranty bond.

Professional Services Contract for FY 2000-2001 Residential Street Overlay and Slurry Seal Programs

(1) Awarded a Professional Services Contract to Willdan in an amount not to exceed $65,300 for professional design services and project management during bidding for the FY 2000-2001 Street Overlay and Slurry Seal Programs, and authorized the expenditure of an additional $4,700 for possible extra services for a total expenditure authorization of $70,000. (2) Authorized the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a Professional Services Agreement with Willdan.

February 2000 Treasurer’s Report

Received and filed the February 2000 Treasurer’s Report for the City of Rancho Palos Verdes.

Resol. No. 2000-15 - Register of Demands

ADOPTED RESOL. NO. 2000-15, A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF RANCHO PALOS VERDES ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AND SPECIFYING FUNDS FROM WHICH THE SAME ARE TO BE PAID.

The motion carried on the following roll call vote:

AYES:Ferraro, Lyon, McTaggart, Stern, and Mayor Byrd

NOES:None

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REGULAR BUSINESS:

Committee and Commission Appointments

City Clerk Purcell presented the staff report of April 4, 2000 and the recommendation to

make appointments to the following advisory boards for a two-year term of office until April 2002. (1) Seven members to the Planning Commission; (2) Seven members to the Traffic Committee; (3) Seven members to the Recreation & Parks Committee; (4) Five Members to the Finance Advisory Committee; (5) As many as nine members to the Equestrian Committee; and, (7) Appoint a chairperson to each of these advisory boards to serve in such capacity until April 3, 2001.

The City Clerk read the ballots submitted by the City Council and recorded the votes as indicated on the tally sheets attached and made a part of these minutes.

Planning Commission: Cartwright, Larry Clark, Long, Lyon, Mueller, Paulson, and Don Vannorsdall. Councilman McTaggart moved to name Don Vannorsdall as Chair of the Planning Commission. Mayor Byrd moved to name Frank Lyon. Councilman McTaggart withdrew his motion and Councilman Stern seconded Mayor Byrd’s motion. Motion carried.

Recreation and Parks Committee: Bothamley, DeLong, Ford, Hildreth, Inamdar, Longacre, and Lois Vannorsdall. Councilwoman Ferraro moved, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Lyon, to select Maureen Ford as Chair of the Recreation and Parks Committee. Motion carried.

Traffic Committee: Covey, Hildebrand, Jones, Jordan-Shepherd, Reuben, Schurmer, and Wall. Councilwoman Ferraro moved, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Lyon, to name James Jones as Chair of the Traffic Committee. Motion Carried.

Finance Advisory Committee: Au, Butler, Becky Clark, Smith, Wallace, Wolowicz, Van Wagner. Mayor Pro Tem Lyon moved to select Stefan Wolowicz as Chair of the Finance Advisory Committee. Councilwoman Ferraro moved to select either Earl Butler or Derrick Au. Mayor Pro Tem Lyon withdrew her motion and seconded the selection of Earl Butler as Chair of the Finance Advisory Committee. Motion carried.

Equestrian Committee: Bara, Bowler, Clarke, Fairchild, Greenwood, O’Neil Ryan, Simpson, and Smolley. Councilwoman Ferraro moved, seconded by Mayor Pro Tem Lyon, to name Charlene O’Neil as Chair of the Equestrian Committee. Motion carried.

All terms of office are until April 2002, and the term of each chair is until April, 2001.

Mayor Byrd stated that appointments would soon be made to the View Restoration Commission and suggested that interested volunteers contact the City Clerk’s Office at City Hall.

PUBLIC COMMENTS

Lois Larue, 3136 Barkentine Road, objected to the procedure for removing items from the Consent Calendar and to loss of views and trails because of the Ocean Trails project.

Sheila Hoff, 28203 Ambergate Drive, Rancho Palos Verdes, described the noise and destruction that peacocks are causing on her street and in other parts of the City. She asked that the Council consider a policy to remedy the situation.

Mayor Pro Tem Lyon suggested that this subject be placed on a future agenda.

Teng Li-Ann Lee, 55 Oceanaire Drive, spoke in opposition to a residential remodeling project at 59 Oceanaire.

RECESS & RECONVENE:

Recess and Reconvene: At 8:25 P.M., Mayor Byrd declared a recess. The meeting reconvened at 8:40 P.M.

PUBLIC HEARING:

Appeal of Planning Commission Approval of CUP 182 Revision "A", et al. (Applicant William Myers; Appellant: Benjamin Peterson)

Mayor Byrd opened the public hearing on this request to appeal the Planning Commission’s approval of modifications to an existing Mobil service station, including a hand car wash. City Clerk Purcell announced that notice had been duly published and that all correspondence supporting and opposing the project was included in the agenda packet.

Associate Planner Louie presented the staff report of April 4, 2000 and the recommendation to adopt the proposed resolution denying the appeal, thereby upholding the Planning Commission’s approval of a Mitigated Negative Declaration, Conditional Use Permit No. 182 Revision "B", and Sign Permit No. 720 Revision "A" to allow a hand car wash/detailing operation at the existing Mobil service station, subject to conditions. She discussed the issues of noise, traffic, and water, and corrected information in the staff report to indicate that 40-50% of the water used would be recycled.

Councilman Stern stated that he had met with the applicant Mr. Myers on one occasion, and had spoken to him on the phone on one occasion, and met with several of the neighbors.

Council discussion focused on locations of current and proposed equipment, current and anticipated noise levels, the areas from which sound levels would be measured, and insulation material to be used. It was suggested that a six-month review of sound impact might be appropriate and it was noted that a resident could complain prior to the six-month review, whenever noise becomes a problem to them.

B. G. Peterson, 28067 Santona Drive (appellant), explained that he had appealed the Planning Commission decision on behalf of other neighbors as well. He described three photographs of surrounding areas that he circulated to the Council and said that he was concerned about increased traffic; the noise from the vacuum, slamming of car doors, and other disturbing sounds would be carried down the hill and heard by residents. He was also concerned about the possibility of a car slipping down the hill onto the residences below; and, the possible diminished value of nearby homes because of the proximity of the car wash.

Speaking in opposition to the staff recommendation was Christian Faulk, a construction management consultant, who submitted a booklet covering the various phases of the project: Landscaping, Environmental, Parking, General Conditions; Seating/Dining Area and Uniform Building Code. Generally, Mr. Faulk requested that the Council consider making certain amendments to the conditions of the CUP which he felt were less stringent than those applied to the Unocal gas station located at the corner of Hawthorne Boulevard and Palos Verdes Drive South. (Mr. Faulk’s booklet is on file with the City Clerk’s Office.)

Christopher Jean, representing Gordon, Bricken & Associates, stated that he had prepared noise impact studies for the appellant and other residents over the years and that the existing Conditional Use Permit said that noise should not be audible at the adjacent residences. He was concerned that the description of equipment to be installed was vague and he mentioned that a typical hand car wash usually generates certain noises such as engines starting, radios, car alarms, car doors slamming, customer and employee conversations, etc.

Gene Fisher, representing the Committee to Save our Neighborhoods and a past member of the South Coast Air Quality Board for 30 years, stated that he was from Los Angeles and was speaking on behalf of the residents near the proposed car wash. He stated that he had represented the Air Quality Board in Washington DC, Sacramento and local cities and has witnessed that urban blight is created one project at a time. He said that people who are affected by the City’s decisions have to be considered and he urged the Council to uphold the appeal and deny the car wash.

Speaking in opposition to the staff report which recommended denial of the appeal were Shiraz N. Govani, 6945 Alta Vista Drive, owner of the Highridge Car Wash on Hawthorne Boulevard; Al Scafati from Fred Sand Palos Verdes Realty, 600 Deep Valley Drive, Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274; Sandra Sanders from Palos Verdes Remax Realty, 63 Malaga Cove Plaza, Palos Verdes Estates, CA 90274; Marvin Lubofsky, 28925 Golden Meadow Drive; Jim Beggans, 28038 Acana Road; William E. Haynes, 28208 Ridgefern Court; Phyllis Glantz, 28070 Santona Drive; Bill Glantz, 28070 Santona Drive; Valerie Goodman, 28060 Santona Drive; Jeff Goodman, 28060 Santona Drive; Yongsun Paik, 28057 Santona Drive; Angie Paik, 28057 Santona Drive; Mary Ann Zwieback, 28042 Santona Drive; Toni Lubofsky, 28925 Golden Meadow Drive; Edith Mayerson, 28825 Trailriders Drive; Christie Beggans, 28038 Acana Road; Mike Buttitta, 6542 Monero Drive; and Ed Antablin, 6568 Eddinghill.

 

RECESS & RECONVENE:

Recess and Reconvene: At 10:35 P.M., Mayor Byrd declared a recess. The meeting reconvened at 10:45 P.M.

Council resumed listening to testimony by Rahim Govani, 6945 Alta Vista Drive; Bob Kaminski, 28201 Ridgefern Court, President of the Miraverde Homeowners Association; Mel Steinberg, 28003 Lomo Drive; Lois Larue, 3136 Barkentine Road; Jennifer Miceli, 29242 Beachside; Sheila Hoff, 28203 Ambergate Drive; Taheri Rangwah, 1125 Granvia Altamira, Palos Verdes Estates, CA 90274;Teresa Scott, 6418 Rio Linda Drive; Polly Goodman, 30901 Cartier Drive; Jerry Garner, 29127 Golden Meadow Drive; Rick Ikemoto, 28110 Lomo Drive; William Parker, 28018 Santona Drive; Lannon Tanchum, 6231 Monero Drive; Harriet S. Kaplan, 30235 Avenida Selecta; and, William Semos, 6512 Monero Drive.

The concerns and opinions of the residents centered on the following: (1) another car wash in the immediate area was unnecessary; (2) there would be a lot of noise resulting from the various air compressor equipment; (3) car alarms and the sounding of horns would be intolerable; (4) there would be a significant increase in traffic in the intersection and this additional traffic would result in more air pollution in the neighborhood; (5) the car wash would be at a higher elevation than the homes adjacent to the rear of the lot, resulting in a possibility that a car could crash through the fence and that a wall was needed; (6) whether the site had adequate parking for both customers and employees; (7) how much of the water should be treated; and (8) how to prevent the runoff water from entering into the storm drain system.

Additional concerns were focused on the impact this project would have on the property value of the adjacent neighborhood; if a traffic study and Environmental Impact Report should be conducted; if adequate space was available for handicapped parking; and, the impact that additional traffic would have on disembarking bus passengers who currently use that site.

Mayor Byrd asked Planning Commissioners in attendance to comment on the rationale for their decision to approve the car wash.

Jon Cartwright, immediate past chair of the Planning Commission, indicated that the Commissioners felt that this project would be a low activity operation with little increase to traffic, noise, and negative visual impact. He clarified that in the past, installation of a car wash had not been prohibited by the City Council, but that the applicant had been advised that he would need to apply for a revision of the Conditional Use Permit to allow this use. He discussed the City’s traffic engineer’s report, which analyzed the possible traffic impact on the intersection and onsite vehicle circulation and parking. He said that there was considerable discussion regarding noise, aesthetics, and environmental issues and the Commission felt that the existing use was in compliance with City standards, but added three new conditions to the project to address the neighbors’ concerns regarding (1) noise; (2) water; and, (3) visual impacts. He added that a six-month review was established along with the requirement that allowed residents to submit a noise complaint and a request to have sound measured from their property.

Don Vannorsdall, Planning Commissioner, elaborated on the Planning Commission’s analysis of the noise issues and the requirement for a maximum of 65 dBA at the property line. He described how the terrain and the presence of structures affects how sound is carried and that some of the locations farther from the gas station actually experienced higher sound levels.

The applicant in this matter, Bill Myers, 28103 Hawthorne Boulevard, described his reasons for installing a car wash and the benefits to the public. He said that noise would be minimal since this was a hand car wash, the vacuum would not be a commercial model, and the vacuum would be running only while working on the cars. Moreover, the vacuum machine has a filter that would minimize dust. He explained that because there would be only hand waxing in the detail area, he would using a low-noise orbital buffer for buffing out scratches or alkali from sprinklers only. He requested that the Council remove the unreasonable requirement for chaining off the rear driveway of the lot because he felt it created a hazardous condition for the public.

Mr. Myers estimated that if the car wash was approved, there would be about eight to ten employees for the entire facility during the peak periods and that, including customers’ cars, there would be a total of about ten to twelve cars parked on the property because most of his employees car pool. He confirmed that the new equipment to be installed for the car wash would be a vacuum, washer, dryer, a recirculating pump for water clarifying, and relocation of the air compressor.

Council suggested that the canopied detail area should be located farther from the property line. Mr. Myers had no objection to this option. He said that the vacuum sound measured 67.1 dBA and that a muffler would be added to lower the dBA without harming the vacuum.

Councilwoman Ferraro reported that she had spent time with the neighbors and Mr. Myers and she asked for clarification of the location of outlets for air hoses that Mr. Myers had described to her during the site visit.

Mr. Myers drew in the location on the proposed plan and indicated that the air hoses could be regulated to 150 psi (pounds per square inch) of pressure and usually the pressure would be about 60-70 psi.

Mr. Myers described the trellis and the detail area canopy and said that he wished to replace the plastic tables and chairs to recover inside space where these were normally stored after the station is closed. He was hoping to install picnic tables and benches which would be bolted down. He said that he currently has four employees, demonstrated the orbital buffer to show the noise volume, and indicated that he had no objection to a restriction on the use of air tools in the detail area.

Mrs. Charlotte Myers, 28103 Hawthorne Boulevard, stated that they intended to maintain the attractive appearance of the facility and that they had been responsible business owners and neighbors for 22 years, not only complying with City regulations, but also often exceeding them. She said that they had always been concerned about the well being of the nearby residents.

Speaking in support of the staff recommendation to deny the appeal were Robert Nelson, 6612 Channelview Court, Gene Pledger, 6517 Cerita Drive, Nick Mowlds, 6832 Verde Ridge Road, Marsha Gold, 9 Flying Mane Road, Rolling Hills, CA 90274.

The comments of the speakers centered on the following: (1) more car washes are needed in the area; (2) the facility is more attractive than it was 22 years ago; (3) they have been good neighbors; (4) the sound level of 65 dBA is that of normal conversation; (5) the servicing, repairing, and washing of customers’ cars at one location would be very convenient; and (6) adequate mitigation measures are proposed to lessen the impact to neighbors.

Speaking in rebuttal was William Glantz, who stated that even though there had been much talk about mitigation and being a responsible neighbor, some of the promised mitigation measures had taken four years to accomplish, specifically sound-deadening material which was installed just prior to the hearing. He urged the Council to uphold the appeal and deny the car wash or to make sure the details of the project were right before approving it.

Speaking in rebuttal was Bill Myers, who said that the delays related to the sound deadening material were caused by both sides because of the neighbors’ vacations and waiting for the neighbors’ sound engineer.

Council discussion focused on: (1) the process for measuring noise complaints that might received during the first few months of operation, should the project be approved; (2) the fact that new information was presented to the Council which was not heard at the Planning Commission hearing; (3) the need for additional time and staff input before the Council could make a decision; (4) a suggestion to hold a demonstration project to measure sounds and analyze traffic impact; (5) whether an Environmental Impact Report was required; (6) the water reclamation system; (7) how collection and disposal of the hazardous waste would be handled; (8) parking and traffic circulation on the property; (9) aesthetics of the canopy and trellis; (10) location of the detail area; and, (11) the use of a different type of tables and chairs.

Mayor Pro Tem Lyon moved, Councilman Stern seconded, to do a demonstration project and to continue the hearing to April 18 when details of the demonstration project could be discussed. Motion carried.

Appraisals of Two Specific Privately Owned Properties Associated with the City’s NCCP Program

City Manager Evans presented the staff report of April 4, 2000 and the recommendation to authorize the City Manager to obtain appraisals, at a cost not to exceed $15,000, for: (1) the approximately 228-acre property known as "Upper Filiorum" which is owned by York Long Point Associates; and (2) the approximately 422-acre property in the Portuguese Bend area which is owned by Palos Verdes Land Holdings Company (Hon). He suggested that two other properties be included: Properties known as Parcel 4 and Agua Marga.

Councilman Stern moved, seconded by Councilman McTaggart to adopt the staff recommendation and include an appraisal of the Hon property known as Parcel 4 if the total cost of the appraisal does not exceed the original estimate of $15,000.

The motion carried on the following roll call vote:

AYES:Ferraro, Lyon, McTaggart, Stern, and Mayor Byrd

NOES:None

Response to Mitre Study Results – Aircraft Noise

After discussion, Council consensus was to direct the subcommittee to continue to pursue this issue with the FAA and report back to the Council.

AB 1794 (Calderon). Reformation of Water Replenishment District

Councilman McTaggart moved to support the bill.

The motion died for lack of a second. Council consensus was to study the bill more thoroughly and obtain more information about it before making a decision to support it.

Peninsula Bikeway Project

Director Allison presented the staff report of April 4, 2000 and the recommendation to Authorize the Director of Public Works to notify the South Bay Cities Council of Governments (COG) and the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) that the City of Rancho Palos Verdes wishes to withdraw as the lead agency for the Peninsula Bikeway Project.

Lois Larue, 3136 Barkentine Road, spoke in opposition to the withdrawal of the City as lead agency for this project.

Councilman McTaggart moved, seconded by Councilman Stern, to continue this item to pursue funding from grants or other sources. Motion carried.

19 Marguerite Drive Private Drainage Agreement

Councilman Stern moved, seconded by Councilman McTaggart, to approve a covenant agreement for the property at 19 Marguerite Drive and accept payment of approximately $500 from the applicant John Beal for the cost of this covenant. Motion carried.

 

Letter of Support for AB1939 (Pacheco and Washington). Solid Waste Diversion Requirements & Compliance Measurement

After Council discussion, Councilman McTaggart moved, seconded by Councilwoman Ferraro to support AB1939 (Pacheco and Washington), Solid Waste Diversion Requirements & Compliance Measurement and have the Mayor sign a letter of support. Motion carried.

CLOSED SESSION REPORT:

City Attorney Lynch reported that the Council conducted an annual performance evaluation of the City Manager and unanimously directed that his contract be amended. She said that no action was taken on the Ocean Trails item.

ADJOURNMENT:

The meeting was adjourned at 1:25 A.M. on the motion of Mayor Byrd.

 

 

 

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MAYOR

ATTEST:

 

 

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CITY CLERK

 

 

 

 

 

PLANNING COMMISSION – 7 MEMBERS

FIRST ROUND

 

Councilmembers

Applicants BYRD LYON FERRARO McTAGGART STERN Total

Alberio, Gil*

X

X

2

Cartwright, Jon*

X

X

X

X

X

5

Clark, Larry*

X

X

X

X

4

Covey, Barbara (1)

Franklin, Bruce (1)

X

X

2

Kaye, Arlene (1)

Inamdar, Kamal (2)

Iseda, Charlotte (1)

X

X

2

Long, Thomas (1)

X

X

X

3

Lyon, Frank*

X

X

X

X

4

Mueller, Craig (1)

X

X

X

3

Ortolano, Ralph (1)

Parnell, Toni (2)

Paris, Eric*

X

1

Paulson, Theodore (1)

X

X

X

3

Slayden, James*

Sung, June (3)

Sunshine (1)

VanWagner,Sam (2)

Vannorsdall, Don*

X

X

X

3

Weber, Paul M.D. (3)

Whitney, Gordon (1)

X

1

Woodruff, W.Daniel (1)

X

X

2

Zamzow, Charles (2)

Zhang, William (1)

*Incumbent

( ) Commission/Committee preference

 

RECREATION & PARKS COMMITTEE – 7 MEMBERS

FIRST ROUND

Councilmembers

Applicants BYRD LYON FERRARO McTAGGART STERN Total

* Bothamley,Christina

X

X

X

X

X

5

DeLong, Ken (1)

X

X

X

3

Edgerton, Al (2)

* Ford, Maureen

X

X

X

X

X

5

Ginise, Russell (2)

* Hildreth, Carol

X

X

X

X

X

5

Inamdar, Kamal (3)

X

X

X

3

Landsfield, Mary (1)

* Longacre, Jean

X

X

X

X

4

Soderberg, Alan (1)

Schnerk, Judy (1)

X

X

2

Sunshine (2)

Tong, Geoffrey (1)

Vannorsdall, Lois (1)

X

X

X

X

X

5

Wall, Thomas (2)

Weaver, Bryan (1)

X

1

Weber, Laura (2)

Weber, Paul, M.D. (1)

X

X

2

Zamzow, Charles (3)

*Incumbent

( ) Commission/Committee preference

 

TRAFFIC COMMITTEE – 7 MEMBERS

FIRST ROUND

Councilmembers

Applicants BYRD LYON FERRARO McTAGGART STERN Total

Covey, Barbara (2)

X

X

X

3

Edgerton, Al (3)

X

1

DeLong, Ken (2)

Garcia, Ramiro (3)

Ginise, Russell (1)

X

X

X

3

Hildebrand, Barry*

X

X

X

X

4

Iseda, Charlotte *(2)

X

X

2

Jones, James*

X

X

X

X

4

Jordan-Shepherd,Ava*

X

X

X

X

X

5

Longacre, Jean (2)

Ortolano, Ralph (3)

X

1

Parnell, Toni (3)

X

1

Reuben, Paula (1)

X

X

X

3

Schurmer, William*

X

X

X

X

X

5

Sung, June (2)

Tong, Geoffrey (2)

Wall, Thomas (1)

X

X

X

3

Weber, Laura (3)

*Incumbent

( ) Commission/Committee preference

 

TRAFFIC COMMITTEE – 7 MEMBERS

SECOND ROUND

Councilmembers

Applicants BYRD LYON FERRARO McTAGGART STERN Total

Covey, Barbara (2)

X

X

X

X

4

Edgerton, Al (3)

DeLong, Ken (2)

Garcia, Ramiro (3)

Ginise, Russell (1)

X

X

2

Hildebrand, Barry*

Iseda, Charlotte *(2)

X

X

2

Jones, James*

Jordan-Shepherd,Ava*

Longacre, Jean (2)

Ortolano, Ralph (3)

Parnell, Toni (3)

Reuben, Paula (1)

X

X

X

3

Schurmer, William*

Sung, June (2)

Tong, Geoffrey (2)

Wall, Thomas (1)

X

X

X

X

4

Weber, Laura (3)

*Incumbent

( ) Commission/Committee preference

 

FINANCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE – 7 MEMBERS

FIRST ROUND

Councilmembers

Applicants BYRD LYON FERRARO McTAGGART STERN Total

Au, Derrick*

X

X

X

X

X

5

Butler, Earl*

X

X

X

X

X

5

Clark, Becky (1)

X

X

X

X

X

5

Fantore, Michael*

X

1

Garcia, Ramiro (2)

Inamdar, Kamal (1)

Long, Thomas (2)

Orenstein, Marvin (1)

Parnell, Toni (1)

X

1

Smith, William (1)

X

X

X

3

Sung, June (1)

X

1

Sunshine (3)

Van Wagner, Samuel (1)

X

X

2

Wallace, Richard (1)

X

X

X

3

Weber, Paul, M.D. (2)

X

1

Wolowicz, Stefan (1)

X

X

X

X

X

5

Zamzow, Charles*

X

X

*Incumbent

( ) Commission/Committee preference

 

FINANCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE – 7 MEMBERS

SECOND ROUND

Councilmembers

Applicants BYRD LYON FERRARO McTAGGART STERN Total

Au, Derrick*

Butler, Earl*

Clark, Becky (1)

Fantore, Michael*

Garcia, Ramiro (2)

Inamdar, Kamal (1)

Long, Thomas (2)

Orenstein, Marvin (1)

Parnell, Toni (1)

Smith, William (1)

Sung, June (1)

Sunshine (3)

Van Wagner, Samuel (1)

X

X

X

X

4

Wallace, Richard (1)

Weber, Paul, M.D. (2)

Wolowicz, Stefan (1)

Zamzow, Charles*

X

1

*Incumbent

( ) Commission/Committee preference

 

EQUESTRIAN COMMITTEE – 9 MEMBERS

FIRST ROUND

Councilmembers

Applicants BYRD LYON FERRARO McTAGGART STERN Total

Bara, Richard*

X

X

X

X

4

Bowler, Michael*

X

X

X

X

X

5

Clarke, Daphne (1)

X

X

X

X

4

Fairchild, Kitty (1)

X

X

X

X

X

5

Ginise, Russell (3)

X

X

2

Greenwood,Sherree*

X

X

X

X

X

5

O'Neil, Charlene*

X

X

X

X

X

5

Ryan, Madeline*

X

X

X

X

X

5

Simpson, William*

X

X

X

X

X

5

Smolley, Jeanne*

X

X

X

X

X

5

*Incumbent

( ) Commission/Committee preference