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C10-22 - Cooperative Agreement for Recreational Services Oak Valley Golf ClubCOOPERATIVE AGREEMENT FOR RECREATIONAL SERVICES This Agreement is made and effective July 1, 2010, by and between the City of Beaumont, a municipal corporation ( "City ") and Oak Valley Golf Club ( "Oak Valley "). RECITALS A. Oak Valley owns and operates a first class hotel and golf course within the City; B. The City does not own a municipal golf course, but desires to establish a golf club program for City residents and workers who enjoy golf but who may lack the financial resources to join a private golf club; C. The City proposes to establish the "Local Golf Club Access Program" ( "LGCA Program ") pursuant to Resolution No. 2010 -20, which would facilitate the use of Oak Valley's golf course by such residents and workers; and D. The City desires to contract with Oak Valley to obtain access and a special group rate exclusively for LGCA Program members. AGREEMENT 1. LGCA Program. Oak Valley agrees that during the term of this Agreement it shall make its golf course available to LGCA Program members according to the following terms and conditions: a. LGCA Program members shall have access to the golf course and clubhouse during normal business hours, seven days per week, subject to availability. b. Oak Valley shall grant all LGCA Program members a discount to its green fee schedule as follows: Regular — Monday through Friday: $10 discount per round Regular — Weekends and Holidays: $10 discount per round Twilight — Monday through Friday: $10 discount per round Twilight — Weekends and Holidays: $5 discount per round Super - twilight — Monday through Friday: $5 discount per round C. Green fees shall include a golf cart and practice balls to be used on the day of play. 2. Term. This Agreement shall expire on June 30, 2011, unless extended by mutual agreement of the parties. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement on the year and day first above written. CITY OF BEAUMONT Brian De For, Mayor OAK VALLEY GOLF CLUB By: V Vl ) j��VW(V-- Titlel1`�'LC� O 0 " 0 Lf- Minutes Beaumont City Council Beaumont Redevelopment Agency Beaumont Financing Authority Beaumont Utility Authority Beaumont Charitable Foundation Beaumont Conservation Authority 550 E. 6"' Street, Beaumont, California Closed Session (5:00 p.m.) Regular Session (6:00 p.m.) Tuesday, July 6, 2010 CLOSED SESSION No Reportable Action Taken Closed Session to begin at 5:00 p.m. Place: City Manager Conference Room Roll Call: Mayor De Forge, Mayor Pro Tern Berg, Council Member Fox, and Council Member Gall were present. a. Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6, Conference with Labor Negotiator — City Negotiator as Personnel Director Alan Kapanicas Employee Organizations and Staffing b. Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8 Conference with Real Property Negotiator C. Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(a) - Anticipated Litigation — Conference with Legal Counsel — Existing Litigation(Government Code 54956.9) 1. Peters vs. City — Case No. RIC 467388 2. Western Riverside Council of Governments vs City of Beaumont RIC 536164 3. Coronado vs. City RIC 10001628 & RIC 516461 4. Moore vs. City RIC 540267 5. Cashmer vs. RIC 541427 REGULAR SESSION Regular Session to begin at 6:00 p.m. Place: Civic Center, Room 5 Roll Call: Mayor De Forge, Mayor Pro Tern Berg, Council Member Fox, and Council Member Gall were present. Invocation: Pastor Marc Stamper — Pure Rock Church Pledge of Allegiance: Mayor Pro Tem Fox Presentation: Proclamation for Larry Dressel Swearing in of Paul St.Martin Adjustments to Agenda: None ORAL AND WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS: Vanessa Dominguez — Running for Miss Teen California Kay Burton — Would like to know if the Beaumont Cherry Valley Water District is run by the City. 1. COUNCIL REPORTS (This is the portion of the agenda where the city council will present updates on city actions taken, committee assignments, and training and travel) a) Mayor De Forge - Beaumont Coyotes Baseball, July 4t' Celebration, Mega Mixer, Meeting with Homeowners at Stetson. b) Mayor Pro Tern Berg — July 4t' Celebration, RTCT Update, Joint Committee Meeting with Parks and Recreation, School District and City. C) Council Member Fox -July 0' Celebration d) Council Member Gall — Cherry Festival, July 4th Celebration e) Council Member St. Martin — Cherry Festival Parade, Rotery Booth, WRCOG, Good Morning Breakfast, Calimesa Mega Mixer, Chamber of Commerce Market Night, July Ott' Celebration 2. CITY MANAGER REPORTS (City of Beaumont Core Values: Treat everyone right; Keep a customer service focus; Effective communication; Present opportunity; Operate like a great business; Eliminate bureaucratic solutions; Embrace positive change) a. Community Information and Local Project Update 1) Sustainability Update a) 2010 Census Update b) 4th of July & Concerts in the Park Update C) Pass to Class — August 6, 2010 2) Financial Update a) Sale Tax Update b) Budget PowerPoint on the Webpage 3) Project Update a) Beaumont Cares 1) City Signs 2) National Night Out — August 3, 2010 3) Citizens Academy 4) The RIGHT Way to School b) Fourth Street — Sidewalks, Fences, Roads C) Update on Shane Lane walking path d) Stop Signs at 110 and Oak Valley Parkway b. Calendar of Events 1) Concerts in the Park Series (Stewart Park — 9th and Maple.) a) July 4, 2010 - Papa Doo Run Run — 5 p.m. b July 7, 2010 - Dennis De Young - 7p.m. C) July 21, 2010 — LeAnn Rimes — 7p.m. d) July 28, 2010 — Joan Jett and the Black Hearts — 7p.m. e) August 4, 2010 — Michael McDonald — 7p.m. 2) July 12, 2010 — Yucaipa's Transit Center Grand Opening 3) July 16, 2010 — Star Party 4) August 7, 2010 — MDA Rummage Sale — Beaumont Civic Center 8am -1 pm 5) September 6, 2010 — Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon 6) September 11, 2010 — United Way Day of Caring 7) September 15 — 17, 2010 - League of CA Cities Annual Conference 8) Second and Third Wednesday of Each Month — Story Time Cafe C. Rumor Control, and Report on Oral and Written Communications 3. CONSENT CALENDAR (This portion of the Agenda is for items that do not require a public hearing or discussion.) a. Approval of all Ordinances and Resolutions to be read by title only and publish by summary b. Approval of the Minutes of the City Council Meeting June 15, 2010 C. Approval of the Warrant List for July 6, 2010 d. Adoption of Ordinance No. 964 at its second reading by title only — An Un- codified Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Beaumont, California, Adopting a Zone Change to Change the Zoning for a 7.77 Acre Area of Land from R -SF (Residential Single Family) to M (Manufacturing) (09- RZ -01), Location: South of Fourth Street, West of Olive Avenue, East of Elm Avenue, and North of Second Street (418- 110 -007, 008, 013, 014, 015, 015; 417 - 130 -006, 009, 013, 016) e. Denial of Claim — Robert Lovato f. Approval of Retainer Contract Renewal with Economic & Politics, Inc. (Dr. John Husing) g. Exoneration and Acceptance of Improvements for Bond No. 104546454 -M for Tract No. 31519 -2 Street & Sewer Improvements — Meritage Homes in the Seneca Springs Development h. Adoption of Resolution No. 2010 -20 — A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Beaumont, California Establishing a Schedule of Fees to be charged by the Planning, Engineering and Public Works Department for Various Services and Rescinding Resolutions in Conflict Herewith i. Approval of Increase in Waste Management Trash Collection Commercial Rates j. Approval of Task Order #3 for Maximum Benefit Monitoring and Reporting in the Beaumont and San Timoteo Management Zones; Approval of Project Progress Report, and authorize the Mayor to execute. k. Adoption of Resolution No. 2010 -21 — Establishing the Local Golf Club Access Program; Cooperative Agreement between the City of Beaumont and Oak Valley Golf Club and Approval of Cooperative Agreement for Recreational Services 1. Approval of Agreement Consenting to Joint Use of City Easement by Beaumont Cherry Valley Water District. m. Approval of Acoustic Treatment of CRC Gymnasium in the amount of $23,940.25 for materials. n. A Cooperative Agreement between the City of Banning, the City of Beaumont, and the County of Riverside to share the staffing cost of E20 (Fire Station) o. Approval of Agreement to Provide Animal Care Field Services. p. Approval of Letter Opposition- State of California Budget Item: 0250 — Local Parking Citation Surcharge q. Approval of donation to Vanessa Dominguez for entry fees not to exceed $1,130 to the Miss California Teen USA 2011 Pageant. r. Adopt Resolution No. 2010 -22 — A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Beaumont, California, Ordering the Collection of Nuisance and Building Abatement Charges and Directing the County Auditor to Collect such fees on the Tax Rolls. Recommendation: Approval of the Consent Calendar as presented. Request from Mayor DeForge for item 3.d to be pulled from the Consent Calendar. Motion by Council Member Fox, Seconded Council Member Berg to approve the Consent Calendar with the exception of Item 3.d. Vote: 5/0 Mayor De Forge recused himself from item 3.d and left the dais. Motion by Council Fox, Seconded by Council Member St.Martin to approve item 3.d as presented. 3/1 (Council Member Gall voted no) Mayor De Forge returned to the dais. 4. ACTION ITEMS /PUBLIC HEARING /REQUESTS (This portion of the Agenda is for items that require a public hearing, discussion, and /or Council direction.) a. Ordinance No. 971 — An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Beaumont, California, Adding chapter 5.70 to the Beaumont Municipal Code Entitled "Medical Marijuana Regulations" Recommendation: Open Public Hearing, Take Testimony, and Approve the 1St reading of Ordinance No. 971 as presented. Staff Report was given by Frank Coe, Police Chief. Open Public Hearing 7:31 p.m. No Speakers Council Member Fox called for questions on the Ordinance. Council Member Gall seconded. Council Member Berg offered a motion that we continue the item until Mr. Aklufi returns. Council Member Fox seconded. Council Member Gall was opposed to that. The Mayor called for a vote. With a first and a second to continue, Council Member Fox withdrew the call to question. Council Member Gall stated that she did not withdraw her second on the call to question. Council Member Galls call to question became a first. There was no second to Council Members Galls call to question. Motion by Council Member Berg, Seconded by Council Member Fox to Continue to the next regular meeting of August 17, 2010 at approximately 6 p.m. Vote 3/2 (Council Members. Vote 3/2 (Council Members Gall and St.Martin voted no) b. Appointment of one (1) Planning Commissioner to fill un- expired vacancy Recommendation: Hold Interviews, Name and Swear in Planning Commissioner Staff report was given by Alan Kapanicas, City Manager Motion by Council Member Fox, Seconded by Council Member St.Martin to appoint Emanuel Salinas to fill the unexpired vacancy on the Planning Commission. Vote: 5/0 C. Consideration of Contribution to the Banning Chamber of Commerce Scramble (taking place July 31- August 1, August 1415, and August 21 -22) Recommendation: Review and Direct staff Speakers: Jim Smith Motion by Council Member Berg, Seconded by Council Member Berg to contribute $7,500 to the Banning Chamber of Commerce Scramble with Mr. Smith returning to the next meeting for an update on the event. Vote: 5/0 d. Designation of Voting Delegates and Alternates for the League of California Cities Annual Conference — September 15 —17, 2010 Recommendation: Appoint one Council Member as a Delegate and one Council Member as Alternate. Council Member Gall was appointed as the Delegate and Council Member St.Martin was appointed as the Alternate. Adjournment of the City Council Meeting at 7:55 p.m. Res ctf y Submi c -- Alan Kapani s L�.----- -- ---- -- City Manager