Thursday, June 30, 2011

MONTEREY COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION: Motion of Intent to Deny LCP Amendment for Villas de Carmelo Project Passes 5-4

ABSTRACT: At the Monterey County Planning Commission meeting on 29 June 2011, Planning Commissioners were scheduled to consider an LCP Amendment to change the existing zoning of the 3.68 acre Carmel Convalescent Hospital property (Villas de Carmelo proposed project site) from Medium Density Residential (MDR; 2 units/acre) to High Density Residential (HDR; 12.5 units/acre) to allow a maximum of 46 units to be approved and the Project, including the Environmental Impact Reports and Subdivision/Permits. The Planning Staff gave the Villas de Carmelo project presentation, including the Process involving the Planning Commission’s recommendation to the Board of Supervisors, which will consider the LCP Amendment only, then onto the California Coastal Commission to consider the LCP Amendment, then only if the LCP Amendment is approved by the Coastal Commission to the Board of Supervisors for consideration of the Villas de Carmelo project.  The Coastal Commission has appeal authority. Kevin Kane, Development Manager, Widewaters, then presented their Villas de Carmelo project; he emphasized the rehabilitation and restoration of the historic landmark hospital, smart growth principles, TAMC regional traffic improvements and the $2.5 million affordable housing in-lieu fee. Members of the public then addressed the project. During the pubic comment period, twenty –seven members addressed the Planning Commissioners, including, but not limited to, Myrna Hampton (SOCNC), David Armanasco, Barbara Livingston (President, Carmel Residents Association), Michael LePage, Liz Logan Rondelle, Mark Bayne (SOCNC), Mark McDonald, Nelson French (SOCNC), Bonnie Gillooly, Jack Meheen, Beverly Borgman, Lois Roberts, Mike Patton, Carol Stollorz, Wayne Iverson, Yoko Whitaker (Former Planning Commission Chair, Carmel-by-the-Sea), Barbara Rainer, Christine Jensen, Leslie Cooley, Richard Warren, Barbara Warren, Amy White (Executive Director, Land Watch) and Molly Erickson (attorney representing Save Our Carmel Neighborhoods Coalition SOCNC); twenty-five members of the public spoke against the project and two members of the public spoke in support of the project. Public speakers advocating for the denial of the project voiced concerns about the proposed zoning change from MDR (2 units/acre) to HDR (12.5 units/acre), the dangerous precedent set for future HDR projects, a “domino effect” of other HDR projects in the future; the mass and bulk of the three story, 30' high buildings and project buildings “out-of-scale” with the surrounding neighborhood residences; the project’s incompatibility with the character of the neighborhood; and safety issues related to increased traffic on Valley Way, et cetera. After over five hours of presentations, public comment and Planning Commission deliberation on the proposed Villas de Carmelo project, the Planning Commission voted 5-4 on a motion of intent by Commissioner Martha Diehl to deny the LCP Amendment for the Villas de Carmelo project (AYES Commissioners Diehl, Hert, Padilla, Roberts, Vandevere and NOES Commissioners Brown, Mendez, Salazar, Getzelman). Another motion to continue hearing on the combined development permit until the California Coastal Commission makes a determination on the proposed LCP Amendment passed unanimously. A final motion was unanimously approved to consider a Resolution to deny the LCP Amendment at the Planning Commission’s 27 July 2011 meeting.

ANALYSIS:
During Planning Commission deliberation, the issue of whether or not HDR (High Density Residential) zoning, which currently in not a zone in the Carmel Area Land Use Plan, should be discussed as a separate issue or in the context of the proposed project was discussed. Additionally, the Commission was divided on on-site inclusionary housing versus in lieu fee for the affordable housing requirement. One of the most compelling arguments against the project was made by SOCNC attorney Molly Erickson; Erickson presented a part of Appendix A, Monterey County Growth Management Policy, Low and Moderate Income Housing, MONTEREY COUNTY GENERAL PLAN (1982) (the controlling General Plan for this project) and quoted the relevant section, as follows: The General Plan (the “Constitution”) policy allows increases in residential density “only where such increase is determined to provide for low and moderate income housing needs.” In other words, the General Plan contains the requirement for on-site affordable housing, but the project has no on-site inclusionary housing and that violation of the General Plan mandates that the Planning Commission deny the project as proposed. (Note: For this project, 9.2 inclusionary units require nine units on-site and .2 in lieu fee.)  Whereas, one of the strongest arguments in support of the proposed project was made by Commissioner Brown; Brown stated that the existing MDR zoning did not fit with the surrounding area and MDR zoning was imposed on the County by the Coastal Commission.  And Kevin Kane presented a visual outlay of densities (residences on lots in the vicinity) and stated that HDR (12.5 units/acre) was compatible with the surrounding county area and Carmel-by-the-Sea community which allows for densities of up to 11 units/acre.  Other significant issues deliberated included whether the baseline is the amount of water used at the time of the Notice of Preparation (2008) or the historical record of water use by the hospital in 2005 and perceived traffic impacts versus real traffic impacts and traffic impacts compared to the time of hospital operation versus traffic impacts compared to the recent past and present.

REFERENCE:
MONTEREY COUNTY GENERAL PLAN (1982)
APPENDIX A
MONTEREY COUNTY
GROWTH MANAGEMENT POLICY

Low and Moderate Income Housing

A managed growth program must consider, and provide for, the housing needs of all economic segments of the community. Toward this goal, it is the County’s intent to increase residential densities in designated growth areas over those indicated as land use designations of the County General Plan. Residential densities may be increased only where such increase is determined to provide for low and moderate income housing needs and is in accord with environmental, health, and safety provisions, and where such increase in density is not unduly excessive and does not violate policies of the elements of the General Plan.

APPENDIX B
GLOSSARY

AFFORDABILITY: The ability of low and moderate income households to accommodate housing costs without having to pay a disproportionate share of their income. Those households occupying housing units whose housing costs are greater than 25% to 30% of their gross income are considered to be "overpaying."

ADDENDUM:
Archived Video & MP3 Audio
Monterey County Regular Planning Commission
Wednesday, July 29, 2011 9:00 A.M.

News Articles
Zoning change rejected for hospital condos, CHRIS COUNTS, The Carmel Pine Cone, July 1, 2011

Carmel condominium rezoning opposed by planners
Planning Commission recommends denial, JIM JOHNSON Herald Staff Writer 06/30/2011

News Blog
Neighbors Balk as Villas de Carmelo Heads to Planning Commission By Kera.Abraham June 22, 2011

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Save Our Carmel Neighborhoods Coalition: ‘More Congestion on Highway One???? You better believe it!!’ Postcard

Save Our Carmel Neighborhoods Coalition: "More Congestion on Highway One???? You better believe it!!" Postcard

ABSTRACT: A Save Our Carmel Neighborhoods Coalition postcard entitled “More Congestion on Highway One???? You better believe it!!” encourages members of the public to attend the Monterey County Planning Commission Hearing on 29 June 2011 @ 9:00 A.M and “Speak your mind!” The postcard visual appears above and the text is reproduced below.

More Congestion on Highway One???
You better believe it!!
New York Developers want to change our Local Coastal Zoning to High Density in a single family residential neighborhood!

Come: Speak your mind!
About: Proposed Villas de Carmelo: a high density, 46 two and three story condo project on Valley Way and Scenic Highway One, Carmel.
When: June 29, 2011 at 9 AM
Where: Planning Commission Hearing
Board of Supervisors Chambers
168 West Alisal, Salinas

Email us: SOCNCWatch@aol.com
Join us: Save Our Carmel Neighborhoods Coalition
Car Pool??? Questions??
Contact Myrna Hampton 624-6707
Mark Bayne 625-0603
Nelson French 626-4551

We support our Present Local and Coastal Plans
We support our Current Zoning

Villas de Carmelo: ‘Learn the Truth about Villas de Carmelo!' Postcard


  Villas de Carmelo Postcard

ABSTRACT: A Villas de Carmelo postcard entitled “Learn the Truth about Villas de Carmelo!” encourages support of Villas de Carmelo by attending the Monterey County Planning Commission Hearing on 29 June 2011 @ 9:00 A.M. The postcard visual appears above and the text is reproduced below.

Learn the Truth about Villas de Carmelo!

Villas de Carmelo is a proposed community development project planned for approximately 3.68 acres of unincorporated Monterey County. The property is home to the former Carmel Convalescent Hospital, which will be reconstructed to preserve the historic elements of the building.

Below are some significant benefits to the surrounding community and the proposed development:
  • Density analysis shows Villas de Carmelo lot coverage density to be 32.4% which is less than the surrounding neighborhood of 32.7%.
  • Villas de Carmel will use significantly less water than when the site was a functioning hospital.
  • Traffic analysis shows that Villas de Carmelo’s impact will be less than when the site was a functioning hospital.
  • Villas de Carmelo will have a beneficial impact on nearby residential property values.
  • Villas de Carmelo will be built with the Environmental Protection Agency Smart Growth Principals to enhance the local community and conserve resources.
PLEASE JOIN US IN SUPPORT OF VILLAS DE CARMELO ON JUNE 29TH 9AM AT THE PLANNING COMMISSION HEARING – BOARD OF SUPERVISORS CHAMBERS – 168 W. ALISAL, SALINAS

For the true facts and an informative video, please visit:
http://www.villasdecarmelo.com/

Note: Video Duration 5:50

Friday, June 24, 2011

Monterey County Planning Commission: Rigoulette LLC (PLN070497)(Villas De Carmelo; Formerly Carmel Convalescent Hospital) Planning Commission Staff Report and Exhibits for the Hearing of (June 29, 2011)

ABSTRACT: On Wednesday, 29 June 2011 @ 9:00 A.M., the Monterey County Planning Commission is scheduled to consider RIGOULETTE LLC (VILLAS DE CARMELO; FORMERLY CARMEL CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL) - PLN070497. There are four Scheduled Items on the Agenda; Villas de Carmelo is the second item on the agenda scheduled for 9:00 A.M. The Agenda, minus Scheduled Items 1, 3 and 4, is reproduced.  The Planning Staff recommends, as follows:
RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Planning Commission:
1) Adopt a Resolution recommending that the Board of Supervisors consider proposed LCP Amendments to the Carmel Area Land Use Plan and Coastal Implementation Plan, Chapter 20.146.120 (Land Use and Development Standards), and recommend certification by the California Coastal Commission (Exhibit C); and
2) Adopt a Resolution recommending that the Board of Supervisors consider the proposed condominium project (Exhibit D) and :
a. Certify the Environmental Impact Report (Exhibit M); and
b. Conditionally approve (PLN070497) design and improvements for the Modified Design Alternative (identified as Alternative 4 in the EIR), based on the findings and evidence and subject to the conditions of approval and Mitigation Monitoring Reporting Program.
RIGOULETTE LLC (VILLAS DE CARMELO; FORMERLY CARMEL CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL) - PLN070497 information, as follows:
Planning Commission Staff Report;
Exhibit C - Draft Resolution (LCP Amendment);
Exhibit D - Draft Resolution (EIR/Project);
Attachment 1 - Conditions of Approval and Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program;
Attachment 2 - Conceptual Highway 1/Valley Way Intersection Improvement;
Attachment 3 - Vesting Tentative Map;
Exhibit E - Vicinity Map;
Exhibit F - Preliminary Site Improvement Plan & Original Project Plans;
Exhibit G - Applicant's Modified Design Alternative & Applicant submitted recommended changes 4A & 4B;
Exhibit H - Carmel Highlands/Unincorporated LUAC Minutes;
Exhibit I - Housing Advisory Committee Minutes;
Exhibit J - Historic Resources Review Board Minutes;
Exhibit K - 30% Slope Waiver Justification;
Exhibit L - Standard Subdivision Committee Minutes, dated February 24, 2011
Exhibit M - Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) for Villas de Carmelo;
Exhibit N - 2010 Maximum Sales Price and Maximum Household Annual Income Limits

Monterey County Planning Commission
AGENDA
Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Monterey County Government Center – Board of Supervisors Chambers
168 W. Alisal Street
Salinas, CA 93901
9:00 a.m.

Chair: Paul Getzelman
Vice-Chair: Amy Roberts
Secretary: Mike Novo
Commissioners:
Paul C. Getzelman Cosme Padilla
Jay Brown Aurelio Salazar, Jr
Amy Roberts Jose Mendez
Luther Hert Martha Diehl
Don Rochester Keith Vandevere

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

A. ROLL CALL

B. PUBLIC COMMENTS

C. AGENDA ADDITIONS, DELETIONS AND CORRECTIONS

D. APPROVAL OF MINUTES: March 9, May 11, 2011

E. COMMISSIONER COMMENTS, REQUESTS AND REFERRALS

F. SCHEDULED ITEMS

2. 9:00AM - RIGOULETTE LLC (VILLAS DE CARMELO; FORMERLY CARMEL CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL) - PLN070497
Project Planner: Elizabeth Gonzales. Environmental Status: Draft Environmental Impact Report prepared. Project Description: Consider a Combined Development Permit to redevelop the existing Carmel Convalescent Hospital site, generally located at the northwest corner of Highway One and Valley Way, with a 46 unit condominium project. Required entitlements include: 1) Standard Subdivision for a Vesting Tentative Map to subdivide 3.68 acres in to 46 condominium parcels and common open space; 2) Coastal Development Permit to convert the former convalescent hospital into nine condominium units with underground parking, recreation room, storage, and a gym; 3) Coastal Administrative Permit to demolish one existing structure and construct 12 buildings for a total of 46 condominium units; 4) Coastal Development Permit to allow development on slopes of 30% or greater; 5) Coastal Development permit to allow the removal of 97 trees (21 coast live oak and 76 Monterey pines); and 6) Design Approval. The project also includes proposed amendments to the Carmel Area Land Use Plan to change the land use designation on the subject property from Medium Density Residential, two units per acre (MDR/2) to High Density Residential, 12.5 units per acre (HDR/12.5) and a proposed amendment to the Coastal Implementation Plan to add standards for high density development. The address is 24945 Valley Way, Carmel (Assessor's Parcel Numbers 009 061 002 000, 009 061 003 000, 009 061 005 000), Coastal Zone. Recommended Action: Make a recommendation to the Board of Supervisors regarding certification of the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) and action on the project.

G. OTHER MATTERS: Appointments and Reappointments – See attached Memo

H. DEPARTMENT REPORT

I. ADJOURNMENT

The Recommended Action indicates the staff recommendation at the time the agenda was prepared. That recommendation does not limit the Planning Commission’s alternative actions on any matter before it.

BREAKS will be taken approximately at 10:15 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.

DOCUMENT DISTRIBUTION: Documents relating to agenda items that are distributed to the Planning Commission less than 72 hours prior to the meeting are available for public inspection at the front counter of the Resource Management Agency – Planning and Building Services Departments, Monterey County Government Center , 168 W. Alisal Street, 2nd Floor, Salinas, CA. Documents distributed by County staff at the meeting of the Planning Commission will be available at the meeting.

If requested, the agenda shall be made available in appropriate alternative formats to persons with a disability, as required by Section 202 of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 USC Sec. 12132) and the federal rules and regulations adopted in implementation thereof. For information regarding how, to whom and when a person with a disability who requires a modification or accommodation in order to participate in the public meeting may make a request for disability-related modification or accommodation including auxiliary aids or services or if you have any questions about any of the items listed on this agenda, please call the Monterey County Resource Management Agency - Planning Department at (831) 755-5025.

Rigoulette LLC (PLN070497)(Villas De Carmelo; Formerly Carmel Convalescent Hospital) Planning Commission Staff Report and Exhibits for the Hearing of (June 29, 2011)

Villas de Carmelo Staff Report June 2011

Planning Commission Staff Report (Which Includes):
Exhibit A - Project Data Sheet
Exhibit B - Project Discussion

Villas de Carmelo Draft Resolution LCP Amendment

Exhibit C - Draft Resolution (LCP Amendment)

Villas de Carmelo Draft Resolution EIR Project


Exhibit D - Draft Resolution (EIR/Project)

Villas de Carmelo Conditions of Approval and Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program

Attachment 1 - Conditions of Approval and Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program

Villas de Carmelo Conceptual Highway 1 Valley Way Intersection Improvement

Attachment 2 - Conceptual Highway 1/Valley Way Intersection Improvement

Villas de Carmelo Vesting Tentative Map

Attachment 3 - Vesting Tentative Map

Villas de Carmelo Vicinity Map

Exhibit E - Vicinity Map

Villas de Carmelo Preliminary Site Improvement Plan _ Original Project Plans

Exhibit F - Preliminary Site Improvement Plan & Original Project Plans

Villas de Carmelo Applicant's Modified Design Alternative _ Applicant submitted recommended changes 4A and 4B

Exhibit G - Applicant's Modified Design Alternative & Applicant submitted recommended changes 4A & 4B

Villas de Carmelo Carmel Highlands Unincorporated LUAC Minutes pdf

Exhibit H - Carmel Highlands/Unincorporated LUAC Minutes

Villas de Carmelo Housing Advisory Committee Minutes pdf

Exhibit I - Housing Advisory Committee Minutes

Villas de Carmelo Historic Resources Review Board Minutes

Exhibit J - Historic Resources Review Board Minutes

Villas de Carmelo 30_ Slope Waiver Justification

Exhibit K - 30% Slope Waiver Justification

Villas de Carmelo Standard Subdivision Committee Minutes

Exhibit L - Standard Subdivision Committee Minutes, dated February 24, 2011

Exhibit M - Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) for Villas de Carmelo

Villas de Carmelo 2010 Maximum Sales Price and Maximum Household Annual Income Limits pdf

Exhibit N - 2010 Maximum Sales Price and Maximum Household Annual Income Limits

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT FOR THE VILLAS DE CARMELO PROJECT (June 2011): Title Pages & Table of Contents and Introduction (1.0)

ABSTRACT: FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (FEIR) FOR THE VILLAS DE CARMELO PROJECT (June 2011) is organized into sections, including Title Pages and Table of Contents and Introduction (1.0) , List of Comments (2.0), Master Responses to Comments (3.0), Comments and Responses on the Draft EIR: Part I and Part II (4.0), Comments and Response on the Recirculated Draft EIR (5.0), Revisions to the Draft and Recirculated Draft EIR (6.0), References and Report Preparation (7.0) and FEIR Appendices. Title Pages, including Cover Page and Preface, and Table of Contents and Introduction (1.0), including 1.1 – Background, 1.2 - Project Overview, 1.3 - Public Participation and1.4 - Report Organization, are embedded.
Villas de Carmelo FEIR Title Pages

Title Pages
• Cover Page
• Preface

Villas de Carmelo FEIR Table of Contents and Introduction

Table of Contents and Introduction
• Table of Contents
• 1.0 - Introduction
• 1.1 - Background
• 1.2 - Project Overview
• 1.3 - Public Participation
• 1.4 - Report Organization
• 1.5 - Master Response to Comments

FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT FOR THE VILLAS DE CARMELO PROJECT (June 2011): List of Comments (2.0)

ABSTRACT: FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (FEIR) FOR THE VILLAS DE CARMELO PROJECT (June 2011) is organized into eight sections, including Title Pages and Table of Contents and Introduction (1.0), List of Comments (2.0), Master Responses to Comments (3.0), Comments and Responses on the Draft EIR: Part I and Part II (4.0), Comments and Response on the Recirculated Draft EIR (5.0), Revisions to the Draft and Recirculated Draft EIR (6.0), References and Report Preparation (7.0) and FEIR Appendices. List of Comments (2.0), including 2.1 – Introduction, 2.2 - List of Draft EIR Comment Letters and 2.3 - List of Recirculated Draft EIR Comment Letters, is embedded.
Villas de Carmelo FEIR List of Comments

List of Comments
• 2.0 - List of Comments
• 2.1 - Introduction
• 2.2 - List of Draft EIR Comment Letters
• 2.3 - List of Recirculated Draft EIR Comment Letters

FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT FOR THE VILLAS DE CARMELO PROJECT (June 2011): Master Responses to Comments (3.0)

ABSTRACT: FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (FEIR) FOR THE VILLAS DE CARMELO PROJECT (June 2011) is organized into eight sections, including Title Pages and Table of Contents and Introduction (1.0), List of Comments (2.0), Master Responses to Comments (3.0), Comments and Responses on the Draft EIR: Part I and Part II (4.0), Comments and Response on the Recirculated Draft EIR (5.0), Revisions to the Draft and Recirculated Draft EIR (6.0), References and Report Preparation (7.0) and FEIR Appendices. Master Responses to Comments (3.0), including 3.1 – Introduction, 3.2 - Organization of Master Responses to Comments and 3.3 - Master Responses to Comments, is embedded.
Villas de Carmelo FEIR Master Responses to Comments

Master Responses to Comments
• 3.0 - Master Responses to Comments
• 3.1 - Introduction
• 3.2 - Organization of Master Responses to Comments
• 3.3 - Master Responses to Comments

FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT FOR THE VILLAS DE CARMELO PROJECT (June 2011): Comments and Responses on the Draft EIR Part I & Part II

ABSTRACT: FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (FEIR) FOR THE VILLAS DE CARMELO PROJECT (June 2011) is organized into eight sections, including Title Pages and Table of Contents and Introduction , List of Comments, Master Responses to Comments, Comments and Responses on the Draft EIR: Part I and Part II, Comments and Response on the Recirculated Draft EIR, Revisions to the Draft and Recirculated Draft EIR, References and Report Preparation and FEIR Appendices. Comments and Responses on the Draft EIR (4.0) Part I and Part II, including 4.1 - Introduction and 4.2 - Comment Letters and Responses to Comments is embedded.
Villas de Carmelo FEIR Comments and Responses to DEIR Part I

Comments and Responses on the Draft EIR Part I
• 4.0 - Comments and Response on the Draft EIR
• 4.1 - Introduction
• 4.2 - Comment Letters and Responses to Comments

Villas de Carmelo FEIR Comments and Responses to DEIR Part II

Comments and Responses on the Draft EIR Part II

FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT FOR THE VILLAS DE CARMELO PROJECT (June 2011): Comments and Responses on the Recirculated Draft EIR (5.0)

ABSTRACT: FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (FEIR) FOR THE VILLAS DE CARMELO PROJECT (June 2011) is organized into eight sections, including Title Pages and Table of Contents and Introduction (1.0) , List of Comments (2.0), Master Responses to Comments (3.0), Comments and Responses on the Draft EIR: Part I and Part II (4.0), Comments and Response on the Recirculated Draft EIR (5.0), Revisions to the Draft and Recirculated Draft EIR (6.0), References and Report Preparation (7.0)and FEIR Appendices. Comments and Responses on the Recirculated Draft EIR (5.0), including 5.1 - Introduction and 5.2 - Comment Letters and Responses to Comments, is embedded.
Villas de Carmelo FEIR Comments and Responses on RDEIR

Comments and Responses on the Recirculated Draft EIR
5.0 - Comments and Response on the Recirculated Draft EIR
• 5.1 - Introduction
• 5.2 - Comment Letters and Responses to Comments

FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT FOR THE VILLAS DE CARMELO PROJECT (June 2011): Revisions to the Draft and Recirculated Draft EIR (6.0)

ABSTRACT: FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (FEIR) FOR THE VILLAS DE CARMELO PROJECT (June 2011) is organized into eight sections, including Title Pages and Table of Contents and Introduction (1.0), List of Comments (2.0), Master Responses to Comments (3.0), Comments and Responses on the Draft EIR: Part I and Part II (4.0), Comments and Response on the Recirculated Draft EIR (5.0), Revisions to the Draft and Recirculated Draft EIR (6.0), References and Report Preparation (7.0) and FEIR Appendices. Revisions to the Draft and Recirculated Draft EIR (6.0), including Revisions to the Text; Revised Sections from the Draft and Recirculated Draft EIR; and Revised Graphics/Figures, is embedded.
Villas de Carmelo FEIR Revisions to DEIR and RDEIR

Revisions to the Draft and Recirculated Draft EIR
• 6.0 - Revisions to the Draft and Recirculated Draft EIR
• Revisions to the Text
• Revised Sections from the Draft and Recirculated Draft EIR
DEIR 4.9 Revised DEIR Land Use and Planning Section
RDEIR 4.13 Revised RDEIR Traffic Section
• Revised Graphics/Figures

FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT FOR THE VILLAS DE CARMELO PROJECT (June 2011): References and Report Preparation

ABSTRACT: FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (FEIR) FOR THE VILLAS DE CARMELO PROJECT (June 2011) is organized into eight sections, including Title Pages and Table of Contents and Introduction (1.0), List of Comments (2.0), Master Responses to Comments (3.0), Comments and Responses on the Draft EIR: Part I and Part II (4.0), Comments and Response on the Recirculated Draft EIR (5.0), Revisions to the Draft and Recirculated Draft EIR (6.0), References and Report Preparation (7.0) and FEIR Appendices. References and Report Preparation (7.0), including 7.1 - Report Preparation, 7.2 - Peer Review Consultants, 7.3 - Persons and Agencies Contacted and 7.4 - EIR Documents/Literature Cited, is embedded.
Villas de Carmelo FEIR References and Report Preparation

References and Report Preparation
• 7.0 - References and Report Preparation
• 7.1 - Report Preparation
• 7.2 - Peer Review Consultants
• 7.3 - Persons and Agencies Contacted
• 7.4 - EIR Documents/Literature Cited

FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT FOR THE VILLAS DE CARMELO PROJECT (June 2011): FEIR Appendices

ABSTRACT: FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT (FEIR) FOR THE VILLAS DE CARMELO PROJECT (June 2011) is organized into eight sections, including Title Pages and Table of Contents and Introduction (1.0), List of Comments (2.0), Master Responses to Comments (3.0), Comments and Responses on the Draft EIR: Part I and Part II (4.0), Comments and Response on the Recirculated Draft EIR (5.0), Revisions to the Draft and Recirculated Draft EIR (6.0), References and Report Preparation (7.0)and FEIR Appendices. FEIR Appendices, including FEIR Appendix A - Revised Summary (Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Plan); FEIR Appendix B - Air Quality Risk Assessment; FEIR Appendix C - Staff Recommended Modified Design Alternative Documentation Excerpts from Monterey County Staff Report Planning Commission; FEIR Appendix D - Additional Water Documentation County Communication Regarding Ordinance 3310 Earthform Communications Regarding Water Usage; and FEIR Appendix E - Alternative 4 Noise Findings Letter, is embedded. Note: An outdated version of FEIR Appendix A - Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program, was published in the Villas De Carmelo Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) on 6/17/2007. This erratum replaces FEIR Appendix A - Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program with the most current version.

Villas de Carmelo FEIR Appendix A MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM

FEIR Appendix A MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM

Villas de Carmelo FEIR Appendices

FEIR Appendices
• FEIR Appendix A - Revised Summary (Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Plan)
• FEIR Appendix B - Air Quality Risk Assessment
• FEIR Appendix C - Staff Recommended Modified Design Alternative Documentation Excerpts from Monterey County Staff Report Planning Commission
Exhibit B - Discussion
Exhibit C - Attachment 3 - LCP Amendment
• FEIR Appendix D - Additional Water Documentation County Communication Regarding Ordinance 3310 Earthform Communications Regarding Water Usage
• FEIR Appendix E - Alternative 4 Noise Findings Letter

Monday, June 20, 2011

CITY COUNCIL: Special Meeting & 2011/12 Supplemental Budget Memos #8 and #9

UPDATE:  At the Special City Council Meeting, 21 June 2011, COUNCIL MEMBERS BURNETT, HAZDOVAC, SHARP, TALMAGE & McCLOUD unanimously voted to approve the Resolution to adopt the Fiscal Years 2011/12– 2013/14 Triennial Budget.


ABSTRACT: A Special Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, June 21, 2011 at 4:30 P.M. in Council Chambers at City Hall.  The Agenda is reproduced. In addition to SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET MEMOS #1 - #7, Interim City Administrator John Goss and Staff have prepared SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET MEMO #8 BALANCING THE OPERATING BUDGET and SUPPLEMENTAL BUDGET MEMO #9 REVISED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET; the packet is embedded.
Supplemental Budget Memos 8 and 9

Special City Council Packet June 21, 2011

CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA CITY COUNCIL
Special Meeting
Tuesday, June 21, 2011 -- 4:30 p.m.
Council Chambers
East side of Monte Verde Street between
Ocean and Seventh Avenues

Live video streaming available at:
http://carmel.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=2

Broadcast date--Sunday, June 26, 2011
8:00 a.m., MCAET Channel 26

I. Call to Order

II. Roll Call

III. Pledge of Allegiance

IV. Consent Agenda

A. Consideration of a Resolution approving the pledge of between $1,000 and $2,500 from the Council Discretionary Account for the California Central Coast Veterans Cemetery at Fort Ord.

V. Orders of Council

A. Study session and public hearing to review/adopt Fiscal Years 2011/12 – 2013/14 Triennial Budget.

B. Consideration of a Resolution approving the Memorandum of Understanding regarding the Maintenance of Effort requirements related to Proposition 172 funding.

C. Consideration of a Resolution adopting the Fiscal Years 2011/12– 2013/14 Triennial Budget.

VI. Adjournment

The City of Carmel-by-the-Sea does not discriminate against persons with disabilities. Carmel-by-the-Sea City Hall is an accessible facility. The City of Carmel-by-the-Sea telecommunications device for the Deaf/Speech Impaired (T.D.D.) number is 1-800-735-2929.

Any writings or documents provided to a majority of the City Council regarding any item on this agenda will be made available for public inspection at Carmel-by-the-Sea City Hall, on the east side of Monte Verde Street, between Ocean and 7th Avenues, during normal business hours.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC): Overview of IRS Form 990s & Annual Registration Renewal Fee Reports

ABSTRACT: An Overview of IRS Form 990s and Annual Registration Renewal Fee Reports (2003-2010) for Sunset Cultural Center (SCC) are presented. Highlights are presented, including principal activities, mission and Number of Trustees and Terms of Office, executive director compensation, city subsidy, LIST OF TRUSTEES, gross annual revenue and total assets. Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report 2009, IRS Form 990 2011 (2010) and Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report 2010 are pending.  Note: Between 6 October 2003 and 30 June 2010, the city subsidy to Sunset Cultural Center amounted to $4,588,655.

State of California Department of Justice
Office of the Attorney General
Kamala D. Harris, Attorney General

Full Name: SUNSET CULTURAL CENTER
Type: Public Benefit
FEIN: 522404864
Corporate or Organization Number: 2554779

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CHARITY REGISTRATION FORM

Statement of Principal Activities
The Sunset Cultural Center, a California non-profit public benefit corporation, ("SCC") was formed to operate and manage the Sunset Center, owned by the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, ("City") for the benefit of the city, its residents and visitors, and the users of the center.

Among the important provisions of the management agreement are the following:
1. Responsibility for the entire Sunset Center is transferred to SCC on July 1, 2004, for an initial term of 3 years with additional options for future 3 year terms.

2. The city will continue to make up the shortfall between the full cost of operating the facility and the revenue generated from both the Performance Carmel series and rental to independent presenters.

ACTIVITIES OF THE SCC
The principal activities of the SCC include the following:
1. Recruiting and hiring an executive director and other staff to operate the theater.
2. Managing and overseeing the operation of the physical facilities of the Sunset Cultural Center, including maintenance and repairs.
3. Expanding the paid use of the center through aggressive marketing and advertising.
4. Scheduling and booking users of the 718 seat theater, including establishing rental rates, priorities for historical users, and providing technical support to the users.
5. Producing the Performance Carmel series, including hiring the talent and advertising and otherwise promoting the performances.
6. Providing the theater, for up to 10 days a year, for use at no charge by the Carmel Unified School District, and for up to 5 days by the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea.
7. Providing meeting rooms to the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea at no charge, and to other community and cultural groups for a fee based on the SCC's out-of-pocket costs.
8. Managing the leasing of office space to the Bach Festival and Monterey Symphony and others.
9. Developing a central box office for all user groups.
10.Developing a website for the center.

Statement of Funds Received
At the formation of Sunset Cultural Center, Inc. in October of 2003, each of the then nine incumbent trustees contributed $100 to the SCC to finance the incorporation.

ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF SUNSET CULTURAL CENTER
A California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation

1. NAME
The name of the corporation is SUNSET CULTURAL CENTER.

2. PURPOSE
2.1 This corporation is a nonprofit public benefit corporation and is not organized for the private gain of any person. It is organized under the Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation Law for public and charitable purposes.

2.2 The mission of the Sunset Cultural Center is to operate and manage the Sunset Center, owned by the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, for the benefit of the city and the region, their residents and visitors, and the users of the Center.

BYLAWS OF THE SUNSET CULTURAL CENTER
A California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation

1. INTRODUCTION
1.01 Name
The name of this corporation is Sunset Cultural Center.

1.02 Purpose
The purpose of this corporation is to operate and manage the Sunset Cultural Center, owned by the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, for the benefit of the city and the region, their residents and visitors, and the users of the Center.

3. BOARD OF TRUSTEES
3.02 Number of Trustees and Terms of Office
The authorized number of trustees shall be nine unless changed by amendment to these bylaws. The terms of office for elected trustees shall be three years or until their successors are elected. Trustees shall be allocated to three groups, designated A, B and C, and each group shall consist of four trustees. One group shall be elected at each annual meeting of the Board of Trustees. Trustees shall not serve more than two full terms consecutively, without an intervening period of one year. One third of the trustees serving on the board shall be residents of the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, and an additional one third shall be residents of Monterey County.

3.19 Compensation And Reimbursement
Trustees shall serve without compensation, except that they shall be allowed reasonable advancement or reimbursement of expenses incurred in performance of their regular duties. Trustees may not be compensated for rendering services to the corporation in any capacity other than trustee unless such other compensation is reasonable and is allowable under the provisions of section 3.03.

2003/2004:
The corporation was formed on October 6, 2003.

City subsidy $105,000.

LIST OF TRUSTEES
James Price Chair
Sarah Brown Treasurer
Karen Kadushin Secretary
Demi Briscoe Trustee
Michael McMahan Trustee
Fred O'Such Trustee
James Sanders Trustee
Perry Walker Trustee
Gross receipts $105,901 between 10/6/2003 – 6/30/2004

Total assets $223,646 between 10/6/2003 – 6/30/2004

Each of the initial nine trustees contributed $100 to the organization.

2004/2005:
JACK GLOBENFELT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
40+ AVERAGE HOURS PER WEEK
COMPENSATION $57,692.

City subsidy $855,655.

LIST OF TRUSTEES
PERRY WALKER CHAIRMAN
SARAH BROWN TREASURER
KAREN KADUSHIN SECRETARY
DEMI BRISCOE TRUSTEE
MICHAEL MCMAHAN TRUSTEE
FRED O’SUCH TRUSTEE
JAMES PRICE TRUSTEE

• Gross annual revenue $1,686,314 between 7/01/2004 – 6/30/2005

Total assets $511,251 between 7/01/2004 – 6/30/2005

City subsidy $855,655.

2005/2006:
JACK GLOBENFELT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
40 AVERAGE HOURS PER WEEK
COMPENSATION $121,800.

City subsidy $772,000.

LIST OF TRUSTEES
PERRY WALKER CHAIRMAN
SARAH BROWN TREASURER
KAREN KADUSHIN SECRETARY
DEMI BRISCOE TRUSTEE
KATHERINE BUCQUET TRUSTEE
STEVEN HILLYARD TRUSTEE
MICHAEL MCMAHAN TRUSTEE
FRED O'SUCH TRUSTEE
JAMES PRICE TRUSTEE

Gross annual revenue $2,148,008 between 7/01/2005 – 6/30/2006

• Total assets $612,644 between 7/01/2005 – 6/30/2006

City subsidy $772,000

2006/2007:
JACK GLOBENFELT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
40 AVERAGE HOURS PER WEEK
COMPENSATION $126,454.

City subsidy $713,000.

LIST OF TRUSTEES
PERRY WALKER CHAIRMAN
MICHAEL MCMAHAN TREASURER
KAREN KADUSHIN SECRETARY
DEANNA R. ADOLPH TRUSTEE
SARAH BROWN TRUSTEE
KATHERINE BUCQUET TRUSTEE
STEVEN HILLYARD TRUSTEE
DAVID PARKER TRUSTEE
JAMES PRICE TRUSTEE

Gross annual revenue $2,434,621 between 7/01/2006 – 6/30/2007

Total assets $659,186 between 7/01/2006 – 6/30/2007

City subsidy $713,000

2007/2008:
• PETER LESNIK EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
40 AVERAGE HOURS PER WEEK
COMPENSATION $69,577.

JACK GLOBENFELT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
40 AVERAGE HOURS PER WEEK
COMPENSATION $61,536.
TOTAL COMPENSATION (2004/2005 – 2007/2008) $367,482.

City subsidy $750,000.

LIST OF TRUSTEES
JAMES PRICE CHAIRMAN
DAVID PARKER TREASURER
DEANNA R. ADOLPH SECRETARY
JOAN E. DEMERS TRUSTEE
ROBERT OPPENHEIM TRUSTEE

Gross annual revenue $2,076,737 between 7/01/2007 – 6/30/2008

Total assets $634,402 between 7/01/2007 – 6/30/2008

2008/2009:
PETER LESNIK EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
40 AVERAGE HOURS PER WEEK
COMPENSATION $149,126.

 City subsidy $713,000.

LIST OF TRUSTEES
JAMES PRICE CHAIRMAN
DAVID PARKER TREASURER
DEANNA R. ADOLPH SECRETARY
JOAN E. DEMERS TRUSTEE
MARA KERR TRUSTEE
ROBERT OPPENHEIM TRUSTEE
JUDY PROFETA TRUSTEE
RON WORMSER TRUSTEE

• Gross annual revenue $2,105,008 between 7/01/2008 – 6/30/2009

Total assets $830,698 between 7/01/2008 – 6/30/2009

2009/2010:
PETER LESNIK EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
40 AVERAGE HOURS PER WEEK
COMPENSATION $134,850

City subsidy $680,000.

LIST OF TRUSTEES
JAMES PRICE CHAIRMAN
DAVID PARKER TREASURER
DEANNA R. ADOLPH SECRETARY
KEN BENDER TRUSTEE
KURT GRASING TRUSTEE
MARA KERR TRUSTEE
ROBERT OPPENHEIM TRUSTEE
JUDY PROFETA TRUSTEE
SALLY REED TRUSTEE
GERARD ROSE TRUSTEE
RON WORMSER TRUSTEE

NOTE: Between 6 October 2003 and 30 June 2010, the city subsidy to Sunset Cultural Center has amounted to $4,588,655.

PENDING:  Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report 2009, IRS Form 990 2011 (2010) and Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report 2010.

Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC): IRS Form 990 (2009) & Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2009)

ABSTRACT: Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC) IRS Form 990 (2009) and Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2009) are embedded. Highlights are presented, including executive director compensation, city subsidy, LIST OF TRUSTEES, gross annual revenue and total assets.

Scc Irs Form 990 2009 by L. A. Paterson on Scribd

SCC IRS Form 990 (2009)

HIGHLIGHTS:
PETER LESNIK EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
40 AVERAGE HOURS PER WEEK
COMPENSATION $149,126.

City subsidy $713,000.

LIST OF TRUSTEES
JAMES PRICE CHAIRMAN
DAVID PARKER TREASURER
DEANNA R. ADOLPH SECRETARY
JOAN E. DEMERS TRUSTEE
MARA KERR TRUSTEE
ROBERT OPPENHEIM TRUSTEE
JUDY PROFETA TRUSTEE
RON WORMSER TRUSTEE

Scc Rrf 2009 by L. A. Paterson on Scribd

SCC Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2009)

HIGHLIGHTS:
Gross annual revenue $2,105,008 between 7/01/2008 – 6/30/2009

Total assets $830,698 between 7/01/2008 – 6/30/2009

SOURCE: State of California Department of Justice
Office of the Attorney General
Kamala D. Harris, Attorney General

Full Name: SUNSET CULTURAL CENTER
Type: Public Benefit
FEIN: 522404864
Corporate or Organization Number: 2554779
Related Documents

Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC): IRS Form 990 (2008) & Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2008)

ABSTRACT: Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC) IRS Form 990 (2008) and Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2008) are embedded. Highlights are presented, including executive director compensation, city subsidy, LIST OF TRUSTEES, gross annual revenue and total assets.

Scc Irs Form 990 2008 by L. A. Paterson on Scribd

SCC IRS Form 990 (2008)

HIGHLIGHTS:
PETER LESNIK EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
40 AVERAGE HOURS PER WEEK
COMPENSATION $69,577.

JACK GLOBENFELT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
40 AVERAGE HOURS PER WEEK
COMPENSATION $61,536.

City subsidy $750,000.

LIST OF TRUSTEES
JAMES PRICE CHAIRMAN
DAVID PARKER TREASURER
DEANNA R. ADOLPH SECRETARY
JOAN E. DEMERS TRUSTEE
ROBERT OPPENHEIM TRUSTEE

Scc Rrf 2008 by L. A. Paterson on Scribd

SCC Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2008)

HIGHLIGHTS:
Gross annual revenue $2,076,737 between 7/01/2007 – 6/30/2008

Total assets $634,402 between 7/01/2007 – 6/30/2008

SOURCE: State of California Department of Justice
Office of the Attorney General
Kamala D. Harris, Attorney General

Full Name: SUNSET CULTURAL CENTER
Type: Public Benefit
FEIN: 522404864
Corporate or Organization Number: 2554779
Related Documents

Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC): IRS Form 990 (2007) & Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2007)


ABSTRACT: Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC) IRS Form 990 (2007) and Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2007) are embedded. Highlights are presented, including executive director compensation, city subsidy, LIST OF TRUSTEES, gross annual revenue and total assets.


SCC IRS Form 990 (2007)

HIGHLIGHTS:
JACK GLOBENFELT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
40 AVERAGE HOURS PER WEEK
COMPENSATION $126,454.

City subsidy $713,000.

LIST OF TRUSTEES
PERRY WALKER CHAIRMAN
MICHAEL MCMAHAN TREASURER
KAREN KADUSHIN SECRETARY
DEANNA R. ADOLPH TRUSTEE
SARAH BROWN TRUSTEE
KATHERINE BUCQUET TRUSTEE
STEVEN HILLYARD TRUSTEE
DAVID PARKER TRUSTEE
JAMES PRICE TRUSTEE

  Scc Rrf 2007 by L. A. Paterson on Scribd

SCC Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2007)

HIGHLIGHTS:
Gross annual revenue $2,434,621.

Total assets $659,186 between 7/01/2006 – 6/30/2007

City subsidy $713,000

SOURCE: State of California Department of Justice
Office of the Attorney General
Kamala D. Harris, Attorney General

Full Name: SUNSET CULTURAL CENTER
Type: Public Benefit
FEIN: 522404864
Corporate or Organization Number: 2554779
Related Documents

Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC): IRS Form 990 (2006) & Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2006)

ABSTRACT: Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC) IRS Form 990 (2005) and Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2006) are embedded. Highlights are presented, including executive director compensation, city subsidy, LIST OF TRUSTEES, gross annual revenue and total assets.


SCC IRS Form 990 (2006)

HIGHLIGHTS:
JACK GLOBENFELT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
40 AVERAGE HOURS PER WEEK
COMPENSATION $121,800.

City subsidy $772,000.

LIST OF TRUSTEES
PERRY WALKER CHAIRMAN
SARAH BROWN TREASURER
KAREN KADUSHIN SECRETARY
DEMI BRISCOE TRUSTEE
KATHERINE BUCQUET TRUSTEE
STEVEN HILLYARD TRUSTEE
MICHAEL MCMAHAN TRUSTEE
FRED O'SUCH TRUSTEE
JAMES PRICE TRUSTEE

  Scc Rrf 2006 by L. A. Paterson on Scribd

SCC Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2006)

HIGHLIGHTS:
Gross annual revenue $2,148,008 between 7/01/2005 – 6/30/2006

Total assets $612,644 between 7/01/2005 – 6/30/2006

City subsidy $772,000

SOURCE: State of California Department of Justice
Office of the Attorney General
Kamala D. Harris, Attorney General

Full Name: SUNSET CULTURAL CENTER
Type: Public Benefit
FEIN: 522404864
Corporate or Organization Number: 2554779
Related Documents

Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC): IRS Form 990 (2005) & Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2005)

ABSTRACT: Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC) IRS Form 990 (2005) and Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2005) are embedded. Highlights are presented, including executive director compensation, city subsidy, LIST OF TRUSTEES, gross annual revenue and total assets.


SCC IRS Form 990 (2005)

HIGHLIGHTS:
JACK GLOBENFELT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
40+ AVERAGE HOURS PER WEEK
COMPENSATION $57,692.

City subsidy $855,655.

LIST OF TRUSTEES
PERRY WALKER CHAIRMAN
SARAH BROWN TREASURER
KAREN KADUSHIN SECRETARY
DEMI BRISCOE TRUSTEE
MICHAEL MCMAHAN TRUSTEE
FRED O’SUCH TRUSTEE
JAMES PRICE TRUSTEE

  Scc Rrf 2005 by L. A. Paterson on Scribd

SCC Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2005)

HIGHLIGHTS:
Gross annual revenue $1,686,314 between 7/01/2004 – 6/30/2005

Total assets $511,251 between 7/01/2004 – 6/30/2005

City subsidy $855,655.

SOURCE: State of California Department of Justice
Office of the Attorney General
Kamala D. Harris, Attorney General

Full Name: SUNSET CULTURAL CENTER
Type: Public Benefit
FEIN: 522404864
Corporate or Organization Number: 2554779
Related Documents

Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC): IRS Form 990 (2004) & Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2004)

ABSTRACT: Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC) IRS Form 990 (2004) and Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2004) are embedded. Highlights are presented, including city subsidy, LIST OF TRUSTEES, gross receipts and total assets.

SCC IRS Form 990 (2004)

HIGHLIGHTS:
The corporation was formed on October 6, 2003.

City subsidy $105,000.

LIST OF TRUSTEES
James Price Chair
Sarah Brown Treasurer
Karen Kadushin Secretary
Demi Briscoe Trustee
Michael McMahan Trustee
Fred O'Such Trustee
James Sanders Trustee
Perry Walker Trustee

  Scc Rrf 2004 by L. A. Paterson on Scribd

SCC Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2004)

HIGHLIGHTS:
Gross receipts $105,901 between 10/6/2003 – 6/30/2004

Total assets $223,646 between 10/6/2003 – 6/30/2004

Each of the initial nine trustees contributed $100 to the organization.

SOURCE: State of California Department of Justice
Office of the Attorney General
Kamala D. Harris, Attorney General

Full Name: SUNSET CULTURAL CENTER
Type: Public Benefit
FEIN: 522404864
Corporate or Organization Number: 2554779

Related Documents

Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC): CHARITY REGISTRATION FORM (2004)

ABSTRACT: Sunset Cultural Center Inc. CHARITY REGISTRATION FORM (2004) is embedded. Highlights are presented, including principal activities, mission and Number of Trustees and Terms of Office.
State of California Department of Justice
Office of the Attorney General
Kamala D. Harris, Attorney General

Full Name: SUNSET CULTURAL CENTER
Type: Public Benefit
FEIN: 522404864
Corporate or Organization Number: 2554779

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Sunset Cultural Center Inc Charity Registration Form 2004

SCC CHARITY REGISTRATION FORM (2004)

STATE OF CALIFORNIA
OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
REGISTRY OF CHARITABLE TRUSTS

CHARITY REGISTRATION FORM HIGHLIGHTS:
Statement of Principal Activities
The Sunset Cultural Center, a California non-profit public benefit corporation, ("SCC") was formed to operate and manage the Sunset Center, owned by the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, ("City") for the benefit of the city, its residents and visitors, and the users of the center.

Among the important provisions of the management agreement are the following:
1. Responsibility for the entire Sunset Center is transferred to SCC on July 1, 2004, for an initial term of 3 years with additional options for future 3 year terms.

2. The city will continue to make up the shortfall between the full cost of operating the facility and the revenue generated from both the Performance Carmel series and rental to independent presenters.

ACTIVITIES OF THE SCC
The principle activities of the SCC include the following:
1. Recruiting and hiring an executive director and other staff to operate the theater.
2. Managing and overseeing the operation of the physical facilities of the Sunset Cultural Center, including maintenance and repairs.
3. Expanding the paid use of the center through aggressive marketing and advertising.
4. Scheduling and booking users of the 718 seat theater, including establishing rental rates, priorities for historical users, and providing technical support to the users.
5. Producing the Performance Carmel series, including hiring the talent and advertising and otherwise promoting the performances.
6. Providing the theater, for up to 10 days a year, for use at no charge by the Carmel Unified School District, and for up to 5 days by the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea.
7. Providing meeting rooms to the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea at no charge, and to other community and cultural groups for a fee based on the SCC's out-of-pocket costs.
8. Managing the leasing of office space to the Bach Festival and Monterey Symphony and others.
9. Developing a central box office for all user groups.
10.Developing a website for the center.

Statement of Funds Received
At the formation of Sunset Cultural Center, Inc. in October of 2003, each of the then nine incumbent trustees contributed $100 to the SCC to finance the incorporation.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF SUNSET CULTURAL CENTER
A California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation

1. NAME
The name of the corporation is SUNSET CULTURAL CENTER.

2. PURPOSE
2.1 This corporation is a nonprofit public benefit corporation and is not organized for the private gain of any person. It is organized under the Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation Law for public and charitable purposes.

2.2 The mission of the Sunset Cultural Center is to operate and manage the Sunset Center, owned by the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, for the benefit of the city and the region, their residents and visitors, and the users of the Center.
BYLAWS OF THE SUNSET CULTURAL CENTER
A California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation

1. INTRODUCTION
1.01 Name
The name of this corporation is Sunset Cultural Center.

1.02 Purpose
The purpose of this corporation is to operate and manage the Sunset Cultural Center, owned by . the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, for the benefit of the city and the region, their residents and visitors, and the users of the Center.

3. BOARD OF TRUSTEES

3.02 Number of Trustees and Terms of Office
The authorized number of trustees shall be nine unless changed by amendment to these bylaws. The terms of office for elected trustees shall be three years or until their successors are elected. Trustees shall be allocated to three groups, designated A, B and C, and each group shall consist of four trustees. One group shall be elected at each annual meeting of the Board of Trustees. Trustees shall not serve more than two full terms consecutively, without an intervening period of one year. One third of the trustees serving on the board shall be residents of the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, and an additional one third shall be residents of Monterey County.

3.19 Compensation And Reimbursement
Trustees shall serve without compensation, except that they shall be allowed reasonable advancement or reimbursement of expenses incurred in performance of their regular duties. Trustees may not be compensated for rendering services to the corporation in any capacity other than trustee unless such other compensation is reasonable and is allowable under the provisions of section 3.03.

SOURCE: State of California Department of Justice
Ofice of the Attorney General
Kamala D. Harris, Attorney General

Full Name: SUNSET CULTURAL CENTER
Type: Public Benefit
FEIN: 522404864
Corporate or Organization Number: 2554779

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