Riverside City Meetings 6/6-6/12/2022
City Council holds hearing on HUD cash expenditures, Housing & Homelessness reviews Five-Year Plan, Ethics hearings for Conder and Perry.
Council Considers Mills Act Program Changes, HUD Grant Expenditures
Tuesday's City Council duties begin at 11:30AM when the Council resumes a closed session to consider candidates for the City Manager position.
Later, Councilmember Clarissa Cervantes will recommend a temporary change to the Mills Act Program to allow acceptance of all applications submitted through July 2022. She will also request a resolution to modify the program to allow for more applications to be accepted each year through a longer submission period.
The Mills Act, enacted by the State of California in 1976, grants local governments the ability to provide property tax abatements to the owners of qualified historical properties.
The Council will hold a Public Hearing on the 2022-2023 Annual Action Plan for the expenditure of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA), and HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) funds in the total amount of $8,467,783.
The Community & Economic Development Department will then ask the Council to adopt the Action Plan
TUESDAY JUNE 07 11:30AM: City Council Special Meeting | Art Pick Council Chamber, 3900 Main St
TUESDAY JUNE 07 1:00PM: City Council | Art Pick Council Chamber, 3900 Main St
Presentation - Mills Act Program Temporary Change for 2022
Water Committee Presentation Details Water Contaminant Levels, Measurement Definitions
State law requires public water systems serving over 10,000 service connections that exceed one or more Public Health Goals (PHGs) to prepare and present a report every three years. The Water Committee will receive this report at their Wednesday meeting.
Public Health Goals are non-enforceable contaminant levels that are “theoretical” and “zero risk” in contrast to Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs) that are enforceable and “balance cost vs. risk”.
For the reporting period 2019-2021 six contaminants exceeded PHGs while none exceeded MCLs. The linked presentation lists these and the estimated Cost per Customer per Year to reach PHG compliance. The presentation states that “No large public water system is expected to meet all PHGs and MCLGs”.
WEDNESDAY JUNE 08 9:00AM: Water Committee | Art Pick Council Chamber, 3900 Main St
Presentation - 2022 Public Water System Report on Public Health Goals
Housing & Homelessness Committee Receives Five-Year Plan Draft
Lorissa Villarreal, a Homeless Solutions Officer for The Office of Homeless Solutions will present a draft of the Five-Year Plan to Reduce Homelessness to the Housing and Homelessness Committee on Wednesday afternoon.
The Plan includes the Homeless Housing, Assistance and Prevention Round 3 and Home Investment Partnerships Program regional outcome goals and funding priorities.
The Committee will be asked to approve the draft for consideration by the City Council.
WEDNESDAY JUNE 08 3:00PM: Housing and Homelessness Committee | Art Pick Council Chamber, 3900 Main St
Presentation - Five-Year Plan to Reduce Homelessness
Wednesday Hearing Panels Set for Complaints Against Councilmembers Perry and Conder
The Board of Ethics will conduct two Hearing Panels Wednesday evening.
In an April 7th pre-hearing conference, the Board found that Dustin Keen's Code of Ethics and Conduct Complaints regarding City Councilmembers Jim Perry and Chuck Conder “showed that the evidence, if taken as true, more likely than not shows that there may be a potential violation of the prohibited conduct.”
The complaints allege that Perry and Conder each violated the same two sections of the Code.
WEDNESDAY JUNE 08 6:00PM: Board of Ethics - Hearing Panel | Art Pick Council Chamber, 3900 Main St
Report - Hearing on The Code of Ethics and Conduct Complaint Filed by Dustin Keen Regarding City Councilmember Jim Perry
WEDNESDAY JUNE 08 7:00PM: Board of Ethics - Hearing Panel | Art Pick Council Chamber, 3900 Main St
Report - Hearing on The Code of Ethics and Conduct Complaint Filed by Dustin Keen Regarding City Councilmember Chuck Conder
Planning Commission Considers Permanent Location Status for Charter School
The Planning Commission will hold a Hearing on a proposal by Dr. Virgie Rentie of Reach Leadership STEAM Academy to delete a previous condition of their Conditional Use Permit that prevents the operation of the Academy to be permanent.
Applicant Costanzo Investments, LLC will ask the Commission for a continuance to June 23, 2022 of a Hearing on their proposal for a Panera Bread restaurant in Orangecrest that was originally planned for Thursday's meeting
THURSDAY JUNE 09 9:00AM: Planning Commission | Art Pick Council Chamber, 3900 Main St
Absences, Excused and Unexcused, Vex Airport Commission
Commissioner absences, some multiple, have become Discussion Calendar items in Thursday's meeting of the Airport Commission.
The following item is an annual review of the Code of Ethics and Conduct for elected officials and members of appointed boards, commissions, and committees.
The Commission will hear an update on the Airport Leasing Program and will review proposed modifications to Airport and Aircraft Regulations in the Municipal Code.
Lastly, the Airport Manager will present their regular report to the Commission.
THURSDAY JUNE 09 3:00PM: Airport Commission | Art Pick Council Chamber, 3900 Main St
Presentation - Airport Leasing Program Update
Presentation - Review Proposed Modifications to Riverside Municipal Code Title 12 – Airport and Aircraft Regulations
Presentation - Airport Manager Report
Budget Engagement Commission to Receive Q3 Update, Biennial Budget for Input
The Finance Department will first present the Fiscal Year 2021/22 Third Quarter Financial Update to the Budget Engagement Commission on Thursday afternoon.
Next, Finance will present the Proposed FY 2022-2024 Biennial Budget.
The Commission will be requested to provide input on both documents.
THURSDAY JUNE 09 5:00PM: Budget Engagement Commission | Art Pick Council Chamber, 3900 Main St
Presentation - FY 2021/22 Third Quarter Financial Update
Presentation - Proposed FY 2022-2024 Biennial Budget
CalPers, Q3 Reports on Deck for Financial Performance and Budget Committee
Friday afternoon, Edward Enriquez, Chief Financial Officer will bring several presentations to the Financial Performance and Budget Committee.
The first is the 2020 update on the Pension Obligation Bond and California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS).
This will be followed by the FY 2021/22 Third Quarter Financial Update and the Cash and Investments Debt Administration Report FY 2021/22 Third Quarter Update.
Finance will request input from the Committee on the new information.