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02252020 Joint TVUSD/City Council Committee Action MinutesACTION MINUTES JOINT CITY COUNCILRVUSD SUBCOMMITTEE TEMECULA CITY HALL — GREAT OAK MEETING ROOM 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2020 4:00 PM CALL TO ORDER: The meeting was called to order at 4:05 p.m. by City of Temecula Council Member Matt Rahn ROLL CALL: City of Temecula: Matt Rahn, Council Member Zak Schwank, Council Member Aaron Adams, City Manager Greg Butler, Assistant City Manager Zach Hall, Temecula Sheriff's Captain Deputy Jose, Sheriff's Resource Officer Sergeant Danny Hernandez Lieutenant James Rayles Bill Weiser, Temecula Fire Chief Elsa Wigle, Temecula Fire Marshal Betsy Lowrey, Assistant to the City Manager Erica Russo, Community Services Superintendent Robert Cardenas, Administrative Services Manager James Wilcox, Community Services Manager Gwen Wilcox, Community Services Manager Stacey Fox, Parks and Landscape Supervisor Crystal Menzimer, Office Specialist Temecula Valley Unified School District: Sandy Hinkson, TVUSD President Barbara Brosch Board Member Tim Ritter, Superintendent Jodi McClay, Deputy Superintendent Laura Boss, PIO Jason Osbourne Public: Matt Capelouto Jeremy Lee Rodney Gray Adams and Finley Stuart PUBLIC COMMENTS None COMMITTEE BUSINESS 1. Vaping Epidemic (joint resolution/legislation), young adult opioid/over dosage trends discussion. Open Discussion. City and school officials agreed to contact state legislative representatives to assess pending or needed state legislation regarding the illegal manufacture and distribution of opioids and the counterfeit pills laced with fentanyl circulated within the region. Discussion ensued about Narcan on school campuses and applicability. Fire Chief Weiser offered to assist with coordinated training. City will follow up with Mr. Capelouto, father of Alex Capelouto, on his concerns and ideas. Additionally, synthetic vaping substances and counterfeit cartridges being illegally sold to young adults under 21 are another cause of significant concern for the health and well- being of students. City will work with TVUSD for a joint resolution related to vaping. Parties will track SB 793 related to vaping, and share any updates on relevant Federal and State activity on these topics of concern. 2. False Alarm ordinance (school properties, fines and data). TVUSD is currently re- evaluating alarm systems and staff access protocols at all school sites and facilities to reduce non -emergency police and fire response calls. District Office/Facilities to meet with Police/Fire on specifics related to false alarm on school properties in efforts to curtail. 3. Joint Use Agreements. Joint use agreements between the City and TVUSD for amenities at school and city parks are being reviewed and updated to address current needs, costs, and improvements. Joint uses for 3-4 extensions will go to the City Council in March (already approved by TVUSD Board), and ultimately work toward an overall Master Agreement. 4. Closing remarks. This is the first joint City Council/TVUSD Subcommittee meeting of several planned in the future to keep open communications in support of Temecula students and residents. Next meeting will be set in April or May. ADJOURNMENT The meeting was officially adjourned at 5:50PM Date ms, City Manager