Sunday, July 31, 2016

SUNSET CULTURAL CENTER INC., State of California Department of Justice Office of the Attorney General

SUNSET CULTURAL CENTER INC.

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

Registration Number: 123812
Record Type: Charity
Issue Date: 6/30/2006
Renewal Due Date: 11/15/2016
Registration Status: Current
Date of Last Renewal: 4/1/2016


Address Information
P O BOX 1950
CARMEL BY THE SEA CA 93921

Annual Renewal Information
FiscalBegin:
01-JUL-03
Fiscal End:
30-JUN-04
Total Assets:
$223,646.00
GrossAnnualRevenue:
$105,901.00
RRF Received:
15-NOV-04
Returned Date:
990 Attached:
Y
Status:
Accepted

FiscalBegin:
01-JUL-04
Fiscal End:
30-JUN-05
Total Assets:
$511,251.00
GrossAnnualRevenue:
$1,686,314.00
RRF Received:
18-NOV-05
Returned Date:
990 Attached:
Y
Status:
Accepted


FiscalBegin:
01-JUL-05
Fiscal End:
30-JUN-06
Total Assets:
$612,644.00
GrossAnnualRevenue:
$2,148,008.00
RRF Received:
17-NOV-06
Returned Date:
990 Attached:
Y
Status:
Accepted

FiscalBegin:
01-JUL-06
Fiscal End:
30-JUN-07
Total Assets:
$659,186.00
GrossAnnualRevenue:
$2,434,621.00
RRF Received:
30-NOV-07
Returned Date:
990 Attached:
Status:
Accepted

FiscalBegin:
01-JUL-07
Fiscal End:
30-JUN-08
Total Assets:
$634,402.00
GrossAnnualRevenue:
$2,076,737.00
RRF Received:
17-NOV-08
Returned Date:
990 Attached:
Y
Status:
Accepted

FiscalBegin:
01-JUL-08
Fiscal End:
30-JUN-09
Total Assets:
$830,698.00
GrossAnnualRevenue:
$2,105,008.00
RRF Received:
17-FEB-10
Returned Date:
990 Attached:
Y
Status:
Accepted

FiscalBegin:
01-JUL-09
Fiscal End:
30-JUN-10
Total Assets:
$796,687.00
GrossAnnualRevenue:
$1,931,154.00
RRF Received:
17-FEB-11
Returned Date:
990 Attached:
Y
Status:
Accepted

FiscalBegin:
01-JUL-10
Fiscal End:
30-JUN-11
Total Assets:
$814,797.00
GrossAnnualRevenue:
$2,034,421.00
RRF Received:
24-JAN-12
Returned Date:
990 Attached:
Y
Status:
Accepted

FiscalBegin:
01-JUL-11
Fiscal End:
30-JUN-12
Total Assets:
$1,235,225.00
GrossAnnualRevenue:
$2,524,247.00
RRF Received:
19-FEB-13
Returned Date:
990 Attached:
Y
Status:
Accepted

FiscalBegin:
01-JUL-12
Fiscal End:
30-JUN-13
Total Assets:
$1,135,960.00
GrossAnnualRevenue:
$2,231,049.00
RRF Received:
19-FEB-14
Returned Date:
990 Attached:
Y
Status:
Accepted

FiscalBegin:
01-JUL-13
Fiscal End:
30-JUN-14
Total Assets:
$1,188,959.00
GrossAnnualRevenue:
$2,431,483.00
RRF Received:
13-APR-15
Returned Date:
990 Attached:
Y
Status:
Accepted

FiscalBegin:
01-JUL-14
Fiscal End:
30-JUN-15
Total Assets:
$898,725.00
GrossAnnualRevenue:
$2,534,302.00
RRF Received:
19-FEB-16
Returned Date:
990 Attached:
Y
Status:
Accepted

Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC) IRS Form 990 (2015) & Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2015)

ABSTRACT: Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC) IRS Form 990 (2015) and Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2015) document copies are embedded. HIGHLIGHTS, including executive director and compensation, total revenue, total expenses, total assets, total liabilities, city government subsidy and Officers and Trustees, are presented.
SCC IRS Form 990 (2015)

HIGHLIGHTS:

CHRISTINE FLETCHER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Reportable compensation from the organization $123,844.
Estimated amount of other compensation from the organization and related organizations $24,644.
Total revenue $2,534,302.
Total expenses $2,624,289.
Total assets: $898,725.
Total liabilities $276,119.
Government grants (contributions) $650,000.

MARY GIFFORD TRUSTEE
STAN MERESMAN SECRETARY
DAVID PARKER TRUSTEE
ROBERT OPPENHEIM TRUSTEE
KURT GRASING TRUSTEE
NANCY DOOLITTLE TRUSTEE
STEVE PEARSON TRUSTEE
LESLIE SNORF TRUSTEE
ELECE OTTEN LEVERONE CHAIR
SUE MCCLOUD TRUSTEE
RICHARD FINEBERG TRUSTEE
KEN WHITE TRUSTEE
KATHLEEN BANG VICE CHAIR
SCC Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2015)

HIGHLIGHTS:

(7/01/14 ending 6/30/15)
Gross annual revenue $2,534,302. Total assets $898,725.

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

Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC) IRS Form 990 (2014) & Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2014)

ABSTRACT: Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC) IRS Form 990 (2014) and Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2014) document copies are embedded. HIGHLIGHTS, including executive director and compensation, total revenue, total expenses, total assets, total liabilities, city government subsidy and Officers and Trustees, are presented.
Scc Irs Form 990 2014
SCC IRS Form 990 (2014)

HIGHLIGHTS:
CHRISTINE FLETCHER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Reportable compensation from the organization $123,844.
Estimated amount of other compensation from the organization and related organizations $24,644.
Total revenue $2,431,483.
Total expenses $2,561,196.
Total assets: $1,188,959.
Total liabilities $476,366.
Government grants (contributions) $650,000.

NOTE: JOSEPH E. FLETCHER
FAMILY MEMBER
Amount of Transaction $54,479
Description of transaction COMMISSION ON SALES

MARY GIFFORD TRUSTEE
STAN MERESMAN SECRETARY
DAVID GRYSKA TRUSTEE
ROBERT OPPENHEIM TRUSTEE
KURT GRASING TRUSTEE
JUDY PROFETA TRUSTEE
SALLY REED TRUSTEE
DAVID PARKER TRUSTEE
ELECE OTTEN LEVERONE CHAIR
SUE MCCLOUD TRUSTEE
LISA KOHRS TREASURER
KEN WHITE TRUSTEE
KATHLEEN BANG VICE CHAIR
SCC Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2014)

HIGHLIGHTS:
(7/01/13 ending 6/30/14)
Gross annual revenue $2,431,483. Total assets $1,188,959.

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

Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC) IRS Form 990 (2013) & Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2013)

ABSTRACT: Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC) IRS Form 990 (2013) and Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2013) document copies are embedded. HIGHLIGHTS, including executive director and compensation, total revenue, total expenses, total assets, total liabilities, city government subsidy and Officers and Trustees, are presented.
SCC IRS Form 990 (2013)

HIGHLIGHTS:
CHRISTINE FLETCHER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Reportable compensation from the organization $119,522.
Estimated amount of other compensation from the organization and related organizations $500.
Total revenue $2,231,049.
Total expenses $2,313,429.
Total assets: $1,135,960.
Total liabilities $293 654.
Government grants (contributions) $600,000.

MARY GIFFORD TRUSTEE
STAN MERESMAN TRUSTEE
DAVID GRYSKA TRUSTEE
DEANNA R. ADOLPH SECRETARY
ROBERT OPPENHEIM TRUSTEE
KURT GRASING TRUSTEE
JUDY PROFETA TRUSTEE
SALLY REED TRUSTEE
DAVID PARKER CHAIRMAN
ELECE LEVERONE VICE CHAIRMAN
SUE MCCLOUD TRUSTEE
LISA BOARDMAN KOHRS TREASURER
KEN WHITE TRUSTEE
KATHLEEN BANG TRUSTEE
SCC Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2013)

HIGHLIGHTS:
(7/01/12 ending 6/30/13)
Gross annual revenue $2,231,049. Total assets $1,135,960.

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

Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC) IRS Form 990 (2012) & Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2012)

ABSTRACT: Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC) IRS Form 990 (2012) and Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2012) document copies are embedded. HIGHLIGHTS, including executive director and compensation, total revenue, total expenses, total assets, total liabilities, city government subsidy and Officers and Trustees, are presented.
SCC IRS Form 990 (2012)

HIGHLIGHTS:

CHRISTINE FLETCHER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Reportable compensation from the organization $91,385.
Estimated amount of other compensation from the organization and related organizations $6,500.
Total revenue $2,524,247.
Total expenses $2,134,795.
Total assets: $1,235,225.
Total liabilities $310,539.
Government grants (contributions) $750,000.

MARY GIFFORD TRUSTEE
GERALD ROSE TRUSTEE
DEANNA R. ADOLPH SECRETARY
ROBERT OPPENHEIM TRUSTEE
KURT GRASING TRUSTEE
JUDY PROFETA TRUSTEE
SALLY REED TREASURER
DAVID PARKER CHAIRMAN
ELECE LEVERONE VICE CHAIRMAN
LISA BOARDMAN KOHRS TRUSTEE
KATHLEEN BANG TRUSTEE
SCC Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2012)

HIGHLIGHTS:
(7/01/11 ending 6/30/12)
Gross annual revenue $2,524,247. Total assets $1,235,225.

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

Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC) IRS Form 990 (2011) & Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2011)

ABSTRACT: Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC) IRS Form 990 (2011) and Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2011) document copies are embedded. HIGHLIGHTS, including executive director and compensation, total revenue, total expenses, total assets, total liabilities, city government subsidy and Officers and Trustees, are presented.
SCC IRS Form 990 (2011)

HIGHLIGHTS:
PETER LESNIK, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Reportable compensation from the organization $135,000.
Estimated amount of other compensation from the organization and related organizations $10,000.
CHRISTINE SANDIN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Reportable compensation from the organization $0
Estimated amount of other compensation from the organization and related organizations $0.
Total revenue $2,034,421.
Total expenses $2,166,268.
Total assets: $814,797.
Total liabilities $279,563.
Government grants (contributions) $650,000.

JAMES PRICE CHAIRMAN
GERALD ROSE TRUSTEE
DEANNA R. ADOLPH SECRETARY
ROBERT OPPENHEIM TRUSTEE
KURT GRASING TRUSTEE
JUDY PROFETA TRUSTEE
SALLY REED VICE CHAIR
DAVID PARKER TREASURER
ELECE LEVERONE TRUSTEE
MARY GIFFORD TRUSTEE
LISA BOARDMAN KOHRS TRUSTEE
MATTHEW A. LITTLE TRUSTEE
NICHOLAS M. PASCULLI TRUSTEE
MARA KERR TRUSTEE
SCC Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2011)

HIGHLIGHTS:
(beginning 7/01/10 ending 6/30/11)
Gross annual revenue $2,034,421. Total assets $814,797.

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

Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC) IRS Form 990 (2010) & Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2010)

ABSTRACT: Sunset Cultural Center Inc. (SCC) IRS Form 990 (2010) and Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2010) document copies are embedded. HIGHLIGHTS, including executive director and compensation, total revenue, total expenses, total assets, total liabilities, city government subsidy and Officers and Trustees, are presented.
SCC IRS Form 990 (2010)

HIGHLIGHTS:PETER LESNIK, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Reportable compensation from the organization $134,850.
Estimated amount of other compensation from the organization and related organizations $10,000.
Total revenue $1,931,154.
Total expenses $1,943,350.
Total assets: $796,687.
Total liabilities $129,606
Government grants (contributions) $680,000

JAMES PRICE CHAIRMAN
GERALD ROSE TRUSTEE
DEANNA R. ADOLPH SECRETARY
ROBERT OPPENHEIM TRUSTEE
KURT GRASING TRUSTEE
JUDY PROFETA TRUSTEE
SALLY REED TRUSTEE
DAVID PARKER TREASURER
RON WORMSER TRUSTEE
KEN BENDER TRUSTEE
MARA KERR TRUSTEE
SCC Annual Registration Renewal Fee Report (2010)

HIGHLIGHTS:
7/01/09 ending 6/30/10
Gross annual revenue $1,931,154. Total assets $796,687.

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

Sunset Cultural Center Ins. (SCC) Founding Documents

ABSTRACT: Sunset Cultural Center Ins. (SCC) Founding Documents document copy is embedded. HIGHLIGHTS, including List of Trustees, Statement of Principal Activities and Statement of Funds Received, are presented.
Sunset Cultural Center Ins. (SCC) Founding Documents

HIGHLIGHTS:
Attachment 1 - List of Trustees
James Price, Chair- PO Box 958, Carmel CA 93921
Sarah Brown, Treasurer- PO Box 3194, Carmel CA 93921
Karen Kadushin, Secretary- 2924 Sloat Road, Pebble Beach CA 93953
Demi Briscoe - 324 Country Club Drive, Carmel Valley CA 93924
Michael McMahan- PO Box 221580, Carmel CA 93922
Fred O'Such- PO Box 1826, Carmel CA 93921
James Sanders - 26410 Carmela Street, Carmel CA 93923
Perry Walker- PO Box 1118, Carmel CA 93921

Attachment 2 - 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.

MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT
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.
3. Effective July 1 the current interim director of the center and selected members of the current staff will become employees of SCC.
4. sec is required to prepare and submit to the city quarterly and annual statements, and the annual statements are to be audited by an independent CPA.
5. Each year the sec is required to prepare and submit to the city a detailed budget for the next 3 fiscal years.
6. The agreement sets detailed performance criteria and provides remedies in the event SCC fails to meet such criteria, including early termination of the agreement.
7. The agreement provides an annual enabling grant, payable quarterly, in amounts set forth in the contract. In addition the city is to provide an advance of working capital and certain startup funds to cover the expenses of the formation of the SCC and other expenses incurred in the transition.

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.

Attachment 4(a) - 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 sec to finance the incorporation.

The first significant assets received were a $105,000 start up grant and a $120,000 working capital loan provided by the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea on June 15, 2004.

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

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Friday, July 29, 2016

California State Historical Resources Commission Agenda, July 29, 2016: CONSENT CALENDAR National Register of Historic Places, New Nominations, Mrs. Clinton Walker House Carmel-by-the-Sea, Monterey County

ABSTRACT: On Friday, July 29, 2016, the California State Historical Resources Commission is scheduled to consider 10 nominations for federal historic designation and one nomination for state historic designation, including the Clinton Walker House, Carmel-by-the-Sea, Monterey County. The National Register of Historic Places Registration Form (Historic name: Walker, Mrs. Clinton, House), News Release  California State Historical Resources Commission To Consider Eleven Properties for Action and  REGULAR QUARTERLY MEETING OF THE STATE HISTORICAL RESOURCES COMMISSION AGENDA, Friday, July 29, 2016, document copies are embedded. 

SHRC Meeting Minutes
2016 Minutes
Name of Property
Historic name: Walker, Mrs. Clinton, House
News Release
California State Historical Resources Commission To Consider Eleven Properties for Action

SACRAMENTO, Calif.—The California State Historical Resources Commission is scheduled to consider 10 nominations for federal historic designation and one nomination for state historic designation. Nominations and photographs of properties under consideration are available at www.ohp.parks.ca.gov/pending.
The Commission will meet Friday, July 29, 2016, at 9:00 a.m. at the Woodland Opera House, 340 2nd Street, Woodland, California.
National Register of Historic Places nominations scheduled for action include:
 Walker House, Carmel-by-the-Sea, Monterey County
On a rocky promontory overlooking Carmel Bay, the only Usonian design house completed by Frank Lloyd Wright in a coastal environment. Usonian design elements include the use of natural and local materials, the construction of the building based on a modular unit, and the prioritization of nature by the integration of interior and exterior spaces opening out to views of the surrounding landscape.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA – THE NATURAL RESOURCES AGENCY
OFFICE OF HISTORIC PRESERVATION DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION
REGULAR QUARTERLY MEETING OF THE STATE HISTORICAL RESOURCES COMMISSION AGENDA
DATE: Friday, July 29, 2016

X. CONSENT CALENDAR*

A. National Register of Historic Places, New Nominations

3. Mrs. Clinton Walker House
Carmel-by-the-Sea, Monterey County
Local Level of Significance; Criterion C

REFERENCE:
U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service
Criteria for Evaluation
The quality of significance in American history, architecture, archeology, engineering, and culture is present in districts, sites, buildings, structures, and objects that possess integrity of location, design, setting, materials, workmanship, feeling, and association, and:
A. That are associated with events that have made a significant contribution to the broad patterns of our history; or
B. That are associated with the lives of significant persons in our past; or
C. That embody the distinctive characteristics of a type, period, or method of construction, or that represent the work of a master, or that possess high artistic values, or that represent a significant and distinguishable entity whose components may lack individual distinction; or
D. That have yielded or may be likely to yield, information important in history or prehistory.

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Three Noteworthy 1 August 2016 Work Study Session Agenda Items

ABSTRACT: Three Noteworthy 1 August 2016 Work Study Session Agenda Items, namely CLOSED SESSION, PUBLIC APPEARANCES and Provide Direction on the Cost of Services Study and Adjustments to Existing Fees, are featured. Agenda and Agenda Bill document copies are embedded.
CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA
CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
WORK STUDY SESSION
MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 2016
CLOSED SESSION 3:00PM
OPEN SESSION 4:30PM


CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL

CLOSED SESSION (Beginning at 3:00PM)

A. CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.8
Agency Designated Representatives: Zutler
Employee Organization: General Employees, Police, Ambulance

B. LITIGATION ONE MATTER
BEFORE THE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
Pursuant to subdivision (b) of Government Code Section 54956.9: 1 cases Order Instituting Investigation and Order to Show Cause on the Commission's Own Motion into the Operations and Practices of Pacific Gas and Electric Company with respect to Facilities Records for its Natural Gas Distribution System Pipelines.
Investigation 14-11-008 (Filed November 20, 2014)

C. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL- EXISTING LITIGATION
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(0)(1)
Name of Case: Jennifer Da Silva, Plaintiff v. City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, Monterey County Superior Court Case No. M132929

D. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL- EXISTING LITIGATION
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(0)(1)
Name of Case: City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, Plaintiff v. Pacific Harvest Seafoods, Inc. - Monterey County Superior Court Case No. 15CV000014

E. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION
Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(0)(1)
Name of Case: Simonelli v. City of Carmel-by-the-Sea, United States District Court Case No. C13-1250 LB

F. CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-ANTICIPATED LITIGATION
Significant exposure to litigation pursuant to subdivision (b) of Government Code Section 54956.9: 3 cases

PUBLIC APPEARANCES Members of the public are entitled to speak on matters of municipal concern not on the agenda during Public Appearances. Each person's comments shall be limited to 3 minutes, or as otherwise established by the City Council. Matters not appearing on the City Council's agenda will not receive action at this meeting but may be referred to staff for a future meeting. Persons are not required to give their names, but it is helpful for speakers to state their names in order that the City Clerk may identify them in the minutes of the meeting.

ORDERS OF BUSINESS Orders of Business are agenda items that require City Council discussion, debate, direction to staff, and/or action.

1. AB 1158 Provide Direction on the Cost of Services Study and Adjustments to Existing Fees.
Provide Direction on the Cost of Services Study and Adjustments to Existing Fees.

Eight Noteworthy 2 August 2016 Regular Meeting Agenda Items

ABSTRACT: Seven Noteworthy 2 August 2016 Regular Meeting Agenda Items, including Centennial Committee Update, PUBLIC APPEARANCES, ANNOUNCEMENTS, Monthly Reports for June., Receive a detailed report from the Centennial Committee regarding the logistics of the Centennial parade, birthday luncheon and street dance; discuss City Council and City Board and Commission participation in the parade; and provide direction, Provide direction to the Planning Commission to study Municipal Code Title 17.14 (Commercial Zoning Districts) in order to evaluate if amendments should be made to require a Conditional Use Permit for certain land uses, Adoption of an Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea amending chapters 17.08.040, 17.14.030, 17.64.190, 17.64.220, 17.68.040, of the Municipal Code in accordance with state housing law and Consideration of the adoption of an ordinance amending Sub-Section A. of Section 1.16.01 dealing with citing violations of the City's Municipal Code, are featured. Agenda Bills document copies are embedded.
CITY OF CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA
CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
REGULAR MEETING
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 2016


CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL

EXTRAORDINARY BUSINESS

A. Centennial Committee Update

PUBLIC APPEARANCES Members of the public are entitled to speak on matters of municipal concern not on the agenda during Public Appearances. Each person's comments shall be limited to 3 minutes, or as otherwise established by the City Council. Matters not appearing on the City Council's agenda will not receive action at this meeting but may be referred to staff for a future meeting. Persons are not required to give their names, but it is helpful for speakers to state their names in order that the City Clerk may identify them in the minutes of the meeting.

ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcements from City Council Members (Council Members may ask a question for clarification, make an announcement or report on his or her activities), City Administrator, and/or the City Attorney.
A. Announcements from Closed Session
B. Announcements from City Council Members
C. Announcements from City Administrator
D. Announcements from City Attorney

CONSENT CALENDAR Items on the consent agenda are routine in nature and do not require discussion or independent action. Members of the Council or the public may ask that any items be considered individually for purposes of Council discussion and/ or for public comment. Unless that is done, one motion may be used to adopt all recommended actions.

3. Monthly Reports for June.
Monthly Reports 08-02-16 by L. A. Paterson on Scribd

Monthly Reports: Contracts with the City Administrator, Community Planning and Building Department Reports, Police, Fire, Ambulance, Beach Reports, Public Records Act Requests, Forester Report, and City Treasurer's Investment Report

ORDERS OF BUSINESS Orders of Business are agenda items that require City Council discussion, debate, direction to staff, and/or action.

8. AB 1163 Receive a detailed report from the Centennial Committee regarding the logistics of the Centennial parade, birthday luncheon and street dance; discuss City Council and City Board and Commission participation in the parade; and provide direction.
Centennial Committee 08-02-16


9. AB 1164 Provide direction to the Planning Commission to study Municipal Code Title 17.14 (Commercial Zoning Districts) in order to evaluate if amendments should be made to require a Conditional Use Permit for certain land uses.
Commercial Zoning Districts 08-02-16


PUBLIC HEARINGS
10.
AB 1165 Adoption of an Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Carmel-by-the-Sea amending chapters 17.08.040, 17.14.030, 17.64.190, 17.64.220, 17.68.040, of the Municipal Code in accordance with state housing law.
State Housing Law 08-02-16


11. AB 1166 Consideration of the adoption of an ordinance amending Sub-Section A. of Section 1.16.01 dealing with citing violations of the City's Municipal Code.
Citing Violations of City's Municipal Code 08-02-16
Consideration of the adoption of an ordinance amending Sub-Section A. of Section 1.16.01 dealing with citing violations of the City's Municipal Code.

CITY COUNCIL: Draft Minutes of the Regular Meeting held June 7, 2016, Draft Minutes of the Special Meeting held July 11, 2016 & Draft Minutes of the Regular Meeting held July 12, 2016

Draft Minutes of the Regular Meeting held June 7, 2016
Draft Minutes of the Special Meeting held July 11, 2016
Draft Minutes of the Regular Meeting held July 12, 2016

CALIFORNIA COASTAL COMMISSION, Mike Watson, Coastal Planner, Central Coast District Office, Correspondence dated July 27, 2016, to Richard Flower Subject: Your Appeal of the City of Carmel's Action on the Beach Fire Management Program: ‘The purpose of this letter is to inform you that you do not have standing to appeal in this case, and thus we cannot file your appeal. As a result, the City's CDP action on this project is now final.’

ABSTRACT: In response to Richard M. Flower’s appeal of the City of Carmel's approval of a coastal development permit (CDP) for the Beach Fire Management Program (City CDP application MP 15-100 RV01), Mike Watson, Coastal Planner, Central Coast District Office, sent a letter, dated July 27, 2016, to Richard Flower, stating, in part, “The purpose of this letter is to inform you that you do not have standing to appeal in this case, and thus we cannot file your appeal. As a result, the City's CDP action on this project is now final.”
“In order to appeal the City's decision, you must qualify as an "aggrieved person" under the Coastal Act (see Coastal Act Section 30801, attached). To qualify as an aggrieved person, you must have participated or made your views known as an individual in some manner during the City's local process (e.g., testify at a public hearing, submit a letter or email to the local government staff detailing your comments and concerns, etc.). In this case, although you edited an informational news brief on Carmel beach fires for the Carmel Residence Association newsletter, you did not participate in the City's local process (i.e., you did not make your concerns regarding the Beach Fire Management Program known to the local government) and you did not participate as an individual (i.e., the newsletter was drafted under the signature of the Carmel Residence Association not your individual signature), and thus, as an individual you do not qualify as an aggrieved person with standing to submit an appeal
.” The letter document copy is embedded.

CCC Letter to Flowers Re Appeal Standing 7-27-16
CALIFORNIA COASTAL COMMISSION
Mike Watson, Coastal Planner, Central Coast District Office
July 27, 2016
Richard Flower
Subject: Your Appeal of the City of Carmel's Action on the Beach Fire Management Program