CMCBD 2015 HOLIDAY PARTY

Posted December 3rd, 2015 by ReLISTO

DATE: 2015-12-03
TIME: 19:00
LOCATION: Hotel Whitcomb Ghirardelli Room 1231 Market Street, San Francisco, CA info@central-market.org

Small Property Owners Association Meeting

Posted June 10th, 2014 by ReLISTO

DATE: 2014-06-10
TIME: 19:00
LOCATION: St. Mary's Cathedral, Parish Hall 1111 Gough Street (at Geary Blvd) Plenty of free parking

SPOSFI: – Meeting

7:00 PM (Legal Panel 6:30)

Guest speakers:

Supervisors Mark Farrell (D2) and Scott Wiener (D8) will update us on current legislation, and will discuss their re-election campaigns. Both have been endorsed by SPOSFI.

Andrew Zacks will give us a summary of the current status of our lawsuit against the Avalos Ordinance. As we reported in our March issue, the lawsuit challenges the law’s enactment on several grounds, including violation of the Ellis Act, CEQA, the San Francisco Charter, and the Planning Code.

Get your legal questions answered by the experts!

OUR POPULAR LEGAL PANEL
This month’s Legal Panel will be conducted by attorney Andrew M. Zacks of Zacks & Freedman, P.C.

San Francisco Apartment Association Trophy Awards

Posted November 14th, 2013 by ReLISTO

DATE: 2013-11-14
TIME: 17:00
LOCATION: 125 3rd Street San Francisco Ca 94103

ReLISTO is proud to be a sponsor of one of San Francisco’s most important landlord organizations The San Francisco Apartment Association.  Thank you SFAA!

SF Victorian Home Tradeshow

Posted September 27th, 2013 by ReLISTO

DATE: 2013-09-29
TIME: 12:00
LOCATION: Fort Mason Center- 10am -6pm

The first annual Victorian Home Trade Show at the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco brings together over 1,000 home owners, antiques enthusiasts and affiliated artisans, artists, trandsmen, craftspeople and contractors to nework as well educate about and speculate onthe future of San Franciso’s famous historic properties. This is the premier formum for learning, discussing all things Victorian.

ReLISTO executive furnished rental program has many Victorian properties in its portfolio. Come visit us at our booth to discuss rental opportunities with your Victorian property.

Visit SFVictorian Home Tradeshow online: http://www.victorianhometradeshow.com/

SAUSALITO CITY COUNCIL – Short Term Rental Law

Posted June 12th, 2012 by ReLISTO

DATE: 2012-06-12
TIME: 19:00
LOCATION: 420 Litho Street Sausalito California (415) 289-4106

City Council will as part of their meeting consider the following:

A. On the Introduction and Reading, by title only, “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Sausalito Establishing Regulations for the Temporary Use of Residential Properties as Vacation Rentals during the 2012-2013 America’s Cup Events”, and continue to the Second Reading and Adoption to June 26; Adopt a Resolution which Amends the Master Fee Schedule to Establish a Vacation Rental Permit Fee (Associate Planner Heidi Burns) – 7:45 PM
1) Introduce and read by title only “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Sausalito Establishing Regulations for the Temporary Use of Residential Properties as continue the second reading to June 26 2) Adopt a resolution which amends the Master Fee Schedule to establish a Vacation Rental Permit Fee

Full Agenda

SAUSALITO CITY COUNCIL
REGULAR MEETING
in the COUNCIL CHAMBERS at 420 LITHO STREET, SAUSALITO, CA
Tuesday, June 12, 2012

THE STARTING TIMES LISTED FOR EACH AGENDA ITEM SHOULD BE CONSIDERED A GUIDELINE ONLY. THE CITY COUNCIL RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ALTER THE ORDER OF DISCUSSION IN ORDER TO RUN AN EFFECTIVE MEETING. IF YOU WISH TO ASSURE YOURSELF OF HEARING A PARTICULAR DISCUSSION, PLEASE ATTEND THE ENTIRE MEETING. THE CITY VALUES AND INVITES WRITTEN COMMENTS FROM RESIDENTS ON MATTERS SET FOR COUNCIL CONSIDERATION. IN ORDER TO PROVIDE COUNCILMEMBERS AMPLE TIME TO REVIEW ALL CORRESPONDENCE, PLEASE SUBMIT ANY LETTERS OR EMAILS TO THE CITY CLERK’S OFFICE BEFORE 1:00 P.M. ON THE THURSDAY PRIOR TO THE MEETING.

To give everyone an opportunity to be heard and to ensure the presentation of different points of view, Council requests that members of the audience who wish to speak, complete a Speakers’ Card and when called on: 1) Always address the Chair; 2) State your name; 3) State views succinctly; and 4) Limit presentations to three (3) minutes. However, if there is a large group present to speak on the same issue, Council has the discretion to limit speakers to less than three minutes.

I. CALL TO ORDER IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS AT CITY HALL, 420 LITHO STREET – 5:45 PM

A. Mayor Kelly calls the meeting to order and requests that Roll Call be taken

B. Mayor Kelly announces Closed Session Items

C. PUBLIC COMMENT on Closed Session items

D. City Council adjourns to CLOSED SESSION to consider the following:

1) CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – Existing Litigation pursuant to CGC § 54956.9(a) Name of Case: Bruce v City of Sausalito; MCSC Case No. CIV1003704

2) CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – Existing Litigation pursuant to CGC § 54956.9(a) Name of Case: Zacks v. Sausalito; MCSC Case No. CIV050995

3) CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS pursuant to CGC § 54957.6 Agency Negotiator: City Manager Employee Organizations: SEIU; Police Association

II. CALL TO ORDER IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS AT CITY HALL, 420 LITHO STREET – 7:05 PM

A. Roll Call

B. Pledge of Allegiance

C. Closed Session Announcements (if any)

D. PUBLIC COMMENT on Closed Session Items

E. Approval of Agenda

1. SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS / MAYOR’S ANNOUNCEMENTS

A. Update from Superintendent of the Sausalito Marin City School District Valerie Pitts – 7:10 PM

2. COMMUNICATIONS (Estimated Time: 10 minutes) – 7:25 PM

PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS: This is the time for the City Council to hear from citizens regarding matters that are not on the agenda. Except in very limited situations, state law precludes the Council from taking action on or engaging in discussions concerning items of business that are not on the agenda. However, the Council may refer matters not on the agenda to City staff or direct that the subject be agendized for a future meeting. Please make sure you have completed a Speakers’ Card and turned it in to the City Clerk.

3. ACTION MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETING – 7:35 PM

A. Approval of the minutes of the Regular City Council meeting of May 15, 2012
Approve minutes of the regular City Council meeting of May 15, 2012

3a Draft Minutes of May 15, 2012

B. Approval of the minutes of the Special City Council meeting of May 22, 2012
Approve minutes of the Special Meeting of May 22, 2012

3b

4. CONSENT CALENDAR – 7:40 PM

REMOVAL OF ITEMS FROM THE CONSENT CALENDAR: Matters listed under the Consent Calendar are considered routine and non-controversial, require no discussion, are expected to have unanimous Council support, and may be enacted by the Council in one motion in the form listed below. There will be no separate discussion of Consent Calendar items. However, before the Council votes on a motion to adopt the Consent Calendar items, Councilmembers, City staff, or members of the public may request that specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. In order to request an item be pulled, you must have completed a Speakers’ Card and turned it in to the City Clerk. Items will only be removed from the Consent Calendar by a vote of the Council. Items removed from the Consent Calendar will be discussed later on the agenda, when public comment will be heard on any item that was removed from the Consent Calendar.

a. Adopt a resolution approving an encroachment agreement to allow the construction of a portion of the garage with roof deck, driveway apron, access stairs, and associated improvements to encroach into the Filbert Street public right-of-way at 33 Filbert Street
Adopt resolution approving encroachment agreement to allow the construction of a portion of the garage with roof deck, driveway apron, access stairs and associated improvements to encroach into the Filbert Street public right-of-way at 33 Filbert Street

4a Staff Report

4a – attachment 1

b. Adopt a resolution granting an easement over City owned property and accepting an easement on private property for reconstruction of the existing fence and retaining wall at Harrison Park
Adopt a resolution granting an easement over City owned property and accepting an easement on private property for reconstruction of the existing fence and retaining wall at Harrison Park

4b Staff Report

4b attachment 1

4b attachment 2

c. Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Manager to submit applications for zero waste grants and execute documents for the purpose of such grants
Adopt resolution authorizing the City Manager to submit applications for zero waste grants and execute documents for the purpose of such grants

4c Staff Report

4c attachment 1

4c attachment 2

4c attachment 3

d. Adopt a resolution authorizing budget augmentation for design services for the 2011 Street Improvement Project
Adopt a resolution authorizing budget augmentation for Design Services for 2011 Street Improvements Project

4d Staff Report

4d attachment 1

4d attachment 2

e. Adopt a resolution accepting the Storm Drain Replacement Project as complete, authorizing the City Engineer to issue a Notice of Completion and appropriating additional funds
Adopt resolution accepting the Strom Drain Replacement Project as complete, authorizing the City Engineer to issue a Notice of Completion and appropriating additional funds

4e Staff Report

4e attachment 1

4e attachment 2

4e attachment 3

4e attachment 4

4e attachment 5

f. Adopt a resolution amending the revised and restated Master Fee Schedule for Municipal Parking Lot 4 Hours of Operation
Adopt resolution amending the revised and restated Master Fee Schedule adopted in FY2008-09 for Municipal Parking Lot 4 Hours of Operation

4f Staff Report

4f attachment 1

g. Adopt a resolution expanding the boundaries and amending parking regulations in Municipal Parking Lot 5
Adopt a resolution expanding the boundaries and amending parking regulations in Municipal Parking Lot 5

4g Staff Report

4g attachment 1

5. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. On the Introduction and Reading, by title only, “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Sausalito Establishing Regulations for the Temporary Use of Residential Properties as Vacation Rentals during the 2012-2013 America’s Cup Events”, and continue to the Second Reading and Adoption to June 26; Adopt a Resolution which Amends the Master Fee Schedule to Establish a Vacation Rental Permit Fee (Associate Planner Heidi Burns) – 7:45 PM
1) Introduce and read by title only “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Sausalito Establishing Regulations for the Temporary Use of Residential Properties as continue the second reading to June 26 2) Adopt a resolution which amends the Master Fee Schedule to establish a Vacation Rental Permit Fee

5a Staff Report

5a attachment 1

5a attachment 2

5a attachment 3

5a attachment 4

6. BUSINESS ITEMS

A. Request for Nominations to Fill an Opening on the Southern Marin Fire Protection District Board of Directors (President of the SMFD Board Cathryn Hilliard) – 8:30 PM
encourage Sausalito residents to apply

6a Letter from SMFPD Board

B. Housing Element Update – Second Submittal for HCD Review – con’t from 5/22/12 (Associate Planner Lilly Schinsing) – 8:50 PM
1) provide direction on any modifications 2) direct staff to send the Housing Element to HCD for an expedited second review, with appropriate modifications

6B Staff Report

6B attachment 1

6B – attachment 2

6B – attachment 3

6B attachment 4 – part 1

6B attachment 4 – part 2

BREAK – 9:50 PM

C. FY 2012 – 2014 Budget – Initial City Council Review/Presentation (Administrative Services Director/Treasurer Charlie Francis) – 9:55 PM
Move to schedule FY2012-14 Budget for adoption at regularly scheduled City Council meeting on June 26, 2012

6C Staff Report

6c – PowerPoint Presentation

7. CITY MANAGER REPORTS, COUNCILMEMBER REPORTS, CITY COUNCIL APPOINTMENTS, OTHER COUNCIL BUSINESS

A. City Manager Information for Council – 10:55 PM

B. Future Agenda Items – 11:00 PM

C. Councilmember Committee Reports – 11:05 PM

D. Other reports of significance – 11:10 PM

8. ADJOURNMENT – 11:15 PM

Special Needs
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (28 C.F.R. 35.102-35.104, ADA Title 11), if you need special assistance to participate in a City Council meeting, please call 289-4165 or 289-4199. Notification 48 hours prior to the meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to this meeting.

How to obtain City Council Agendas
Posted Agendas: Agendas are posted prior to the City Council meeting at the entrance to the City Hall.
Agendas on the web: www.ci.sausalito.ca.us and click on the calendar link for that meeting.
Clerk’s Office: Agendas are available at the Clerk’s Office, City Hall at 420 Litho Street, Sausalito.
Council Meetings: Agendas are also available for the public at every City Council meeting.

How to obtain City Council Agenda Packet Materials
City Clerk’s Office and Library: A copy of the complete agenda packet is available for review on the Friday prior to the City Council meeting at the Administration Office and the Library. Materials related to an item on this agenda which are submitted to the Council after distribution of the packet are available for review in the City Clerk’s Office during normal business hours. Such documents are also available on the City’s website, subject to Staff’s ability to post the documents before the meeting.
Staff Reports on the web: www.ci.sausalito.ca.us and click on the calendar link for that meeting.
Council Meetings: A complete agenda packet is available for review at each City Council meeting.

How to Stay “In The Loop”! To subscribe to the City’s e-mail distribution service for announcements about upcoming City events including Council and Planning Commission meetings, forums and a variety of special events, please sign up for Sausalito Currents at www.ci.sausalito.ca.us.

CITY COUNCIL

Mike Kelly, Mayor
Jonathan Leone,Vice Mayor
Herb Weiner, Councilmember
Linda Pfeifer, Councilmember
Carolyn Ford, Councilmember MANAGEMENT TEAM
Adam Politzer, City Manager
Mary Wagner, City Attorney
Charlie Francis, Admin Services Dir / Treasurer
Debbie Pagliaro, Asst to the City Manager/City Clerk
Rhett Redelings-MacDermott, Technology Manager
Jeremy Graves, Community Development Director
Todd Teachout, City Engineer
Michael Langford, Parks & Recreation Director
Abbot Chambers, City Librarian
Jonathon Goldman, Public Works Director
Jennifer Tejada, Chief of Police
Jim Irving, Fire Chief

Council Liaison Positions:
Ford: Hospitality Business Development Plan Advisory Committee (alt), MERA, Marin Telecommunications Agency, MERA, Trees and Views Committee Liaison
Kelly: ABAG Delegate, Board of Library Trustees Liaison, Community Development Block Grant Advisory Committee (alt), Finance Committee, Fire Consolidation Committee, Hospitality Business Development Plan Advisory Committee, Housing Element Task Force, Marin Energy Authority (alt), OMIT, SMEMPS, Transportation Authority of Marin
Leone: Citizen’s Advisoory Review Board (alt), Legislative Review Committee, Disaster Preparedness Committee Liaison, Finance Committee, Fire Consolidation Committee, Historic Landmarks Board Liaison, League of California Cities, Joint Powers Authority Oversight Committee, Marin Energy Authority, Marin Telecommunications Agency (alt), MCCMC Legislative Committee, North Bay Division-League of CA Cities, Prks and Recreation Commission Liaison (alt), RBRA, School district Liaison, Sewer Ad Hoc Committee, Sustainability Committee Liaison (alt)
Pfeifer: Arts Commission Liaison, Board of Library Trustees Liaison (alt), Community Development Block Grant Advisory Committee
Weiner: Arts Commission Liaison (alt), Business Advisory Committee, Citizen’s Advisory Review Board, Disaster Preparedness Committee Liaison, League of CA Cities (alt), Legislative Review Committee, Marin County Transit District, North Bay Division-League of CA Cities (alt), OMIT, Parklands (GGNRA) Transportation Task Force, Parks and Recreation Commission Liaison, RBRA (alt), School District Liaison (alt), Transportation Authority of Marin (alt.), Trees and Views Committee Liaison (alt), Underground Committee Liaison