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HomeMy WebLinkAbout09132022 CC AgendaIn compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the office of the City Clerk (951) 694-6444. Notification 48 hours prior to a meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to that meeting [28 CFR 35.102.35.104 ADA Title II]. SUPPLEMENTAL AGENDA TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA SEPTEMBER 13, 2022 - 6:00 PM CLOSED SESSION - 5:00 PM CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL — POTENTIAL LITIGATION. The City Council will meet in closed session with the City Attorney pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(4) with respect to two matters of potential litigation. A point has been reached where, in the opinion of the City Attorney, based on existing facts and circumstances, there is a significant exposure to litigation involving the City. Based on existing facts and circumstances, the City Council will decide whether to initiate litigation. Page 1 In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact the office of the City Clerk (951) 694-6444. Notification 48 hours prior to a meeting will enable the City to make reasonable arrangements to ensure accessibility to that meeting [28 CFR 35.102.35.104 ADA Title II]. AGENDA TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA SEPTEMBER 13, 2022 - 6:00 PM CLOSED SESSION - 5:00 PM CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL — POTENTIAL LITIGATION. The City Council will meet in closed session with the City Attorney pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(4) with respect to one matter of potential litigation. A point has been reached where, in the opinion of the City Attorney, based on existing facts and circumstances, there is a significant exposure to litigation involving the City. Based on existing facts and circumstances, the City Council will decide whether to initiate litigation. CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Matt Rahn INVOCATION: Marti Treckman of Grace Presbyterian Church FLAG SALUTE: Mayor Matt Rahn ROLL CALL: Alexander, Edwards, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart PRESENTATIONS Proclamation for Fire Prevention Week Proclamation for National Preparedness Month Proclamation for National Hispanic Heritage Month BOARD / COMMISSION REPORTS Community Services Commission and Public/Traffic Safety Commission PUBLIC SAFETY REPORT California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection PUBLIC COMMENTS - NON -AGENDA ITEMS A total of 30 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the City Council on matters not listed on the agenda. Each speaker is limited to 3 minutes. Public comments may be made in person at the meeting by submitting a speaker card to the City Clerk or by submitting an email to be read aloud Page 1 City Council Agenda September 13, 2022 into the record at the meeting. Email comments must be submitted to CouncilComments@temeculaca.gov. Speaker cards for in -person comments will be called in the order received by the City Clerk and then, if time remains, email comments will be read. Email comments on all matters must be received prior to the time the item is called for public comments. All public participation is governed by the Council Policy regarding Public Participation at Meetings adopted by Resolution No. 2021-54. CITY COUNCIL REPORTS Reports by the members of the City Council on matters not on the agenda will be made at this time. A total, not to exceed, ten minutes will be devoted to these reports. CONSENT CALENDAR All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless members of the City Council request specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. A total of 30 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the City Council on items that appear on the Consent Calendar. Each speaker is limited to 3 minutes. Public comments may be made in person at the meeting by submitting a speaker card to the City Clerk or by submitting an email to be read aloud into the record at the meeting. Email comments must be submitted to CouncilComments@temeculaca.gov. Speaker cards for in -person comments will be called in the order received by the City Clerk and then, if time remains, email comments will be read. Email comments on all matters must be received prior to the time the item is called for public comments. All public participation is governed by the Council Policy regarding Public Participation at Meetings adopted by Resolution No. 2021-54. 1. Waive Reading of Standard Ordinances and Resolutions Recommendation: That the City Council waive the reading of the text of all standard ordinances and resolutions included in the agenda except as specifically required by the Government Code. Attachments: Agenda Report 2. Approve Action Minutes of August 23, 2022 Recommendation: That the City Council approve the action minutes of August 23, 2022. Attachments Action Minutes 3. Approve List of Demands Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A Page 2 City Council Agenda September 13, 2022 Attachments: Agenda Report Resolution List of Demands 4. Accellt the Notice of Draft Amendments for the 2022 Conflict of Interest Code Recommendation: That the City Council accept the notice of draft amendments to the Conflict of Interest Code for the 2022 calendar year pursuant to Government Code 87306.5 and direct the City Clerk to publish the Notice of Intent. Attachments: Agenda Report Notice of Intent Biennial Notice Draft Resolution Draft Exhibit A 5. Approve Service Agreement with the County of Riverside for Murrieta Hot Springs Road Slurry Seal Improvements Recommendation: That the City Council approve a service agreement with the County of Riverside for Murrieta Hot Springs Road Slurry Seal Improvements and authorize the City Manager to sign the agreement. Attachments: Agenda Report Service Agreement 6. Approve Cooperative Agreement Between Riverside County Transportation Commission and City of Temecula Regarding French Valley Parkway Project Incorporation of I-15 Smart Freeway Project Elements Recommendation: That the City Council approve a cooperative agreement between the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) and City of Temecula regarding incorporation of I-15 Smart Freeway Project elements into the City's I-15/French Valley Parkway, Phase H Project; and funding for the projects. Attachments: Agenda Report Cooperative Agreement 7. Approve First Amendment to the Agreement with Moore Fence Companv. Inc.. for Fencin Maintenance Services Recommendation: That the City Council approve the first amendment to the minor maintenance agreement with Moore Fence Company, Inc., in the amount of $320,000, and extend the term through June 30, 2025, for a total agreement amount of $500,000. Page 3 City Council Agenda September 13, 2022 Attachments: Agenda Report First Amendment 8. Award Construction Contract to LC Paving & Sealing, Inc. for the Citywide Concrete Repairs - Fiscal Year 2021-22, PW22-01 9. Recommendation That the City Council: 1. Award construction contract to LC Paving & Sealing, Inc. in the amount of $272,369.97 for the Citywide Concrete Repairs - Fiscal Year 2021-22, PW22-01; and 2. Authorize the City Manager to approve construction contract change orders not to exceed the contingency amount of $27,237, which is equal to 10% of the Contract amount; and 3. Make a finding that the Citywide Concrete Repairs - Fiscal Year 2021-22, PW22-01 is exempt from Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) fees. Attachments: Agenda Report Contract Concrete Repairs - List of School Ramps and Striping Locations School Ramps and Striping Locations Maps Award Construction Contract to International Line Builders, Inc. for the Traffic Signal Promenade Mall Ring Road, PW21-15 Recommendation Attachments That the City Council: 1. Award construction contract to International Line Builders, Inc. in the amount of $412,206, for the Traffic Signal - Promenade Mall Ring Road, PW21-15; and 2. Approve construction contract change orders not to exceed the contingency amount of $41,220.60, which is equal to 10% of the Contract amount; and 3. Make a finding that the Traffic Signal - Promenade Mall Ring Road, PW21-15 is exempt from Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) fees. Agenda Report Contract Project Description Project Location Map Page 4 City Council Agenda September 13, 2022 10. 11. Increase the Design -Build Contingency Authorization for the Margarita Recreation Center, Project No. PW17-21 Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Approve an increase to the contingency for design -build of the Margarita Recreation Center Project, PW 17-21 by $895,000; and 2. Increase the City Manager Authority to approve change orders to the design -build contract by $895,000. Attachments: Agenda Report Project Description Increase the Professional Services Contingency Authorization for the Margarita Recreation Center, Project No. PW17-21 Recommendation Attachments That the City Council: 1. Approve an increase to the contingency for professional services for the Margarita Recreation Center Project, PW 17-21 by $80,000; and 2. Increase the City Manager Authority to approve change orders to the project services contract by $80,000. Agenda Report Project Description 12. Reject All Bids for Mary Phillips Senior Center Enhancement and Renovation, PW20-13, and Authorize the Project to be Rebid Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Reject all Construction Bids for Mary Phillips Senior Center Enhancement and Renovation, PW20-13; and 2. Authorize the Department of Public Works to re -advertise Mary Phillips Senior Center Enhancement and Renovation, PW20-13 for Construction Bids. Attachments: Agenda Report Project Description Project Location RECESS CITY COUNCIL MEETING TO SCHEDULED MEETINGS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT, THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, THE TEMECULA HOUSING AUTHORITY, AND/OR THE TEMECULA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY Page 5 City Council Agenda September 13, 2022 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MEETING CALL TO ORDER: President James Stewart ROLL CALL: Alexander, Edwards, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart CSD PUBLIC COMMENTS - NON -AGENDA ITEMS A total of 30 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the Board of Directors on matters not listed on the agenda. Each speaker is limited to 3 minutes. Public comments may be made in person at the meeting by submitting a speaker card to the City Clerk or by submitting an email to be read aloud into the record at the meeting. Email comments must be submitted to CouncilComments@temeculaca.gov. Speaker cards for in -person comments will be called in the order received by the City Clerk and then, if time remains, email comments will be read. Email comments on all matters must be received prior to the time the item is called for public comments. All public participation is governed by the Council Policy regarding Public Participation at Meetings adopted by Resolution No. 2021-54. CSD CONSENT CALENDAR All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless members of the Community Services District request specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. A total of 30 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the Board of Directors on items that appear on the Consent Calendar. Each speaker is limited to 3 minutes. Public comments may be made in person at the meeting by submitting a speaker card to the City Clerk or by submitting an email to be read aloud into the record at the meeting. Email comments must be submitted to CouncilComments@temeculaca.gov. Speaker cards for in -person comments will be called in the order received by the City Clerk and then, if time remains, email comments will be read. Email comments on all matters must be received prior to the time the item is called for public comments. All public participation is governed by the Council Policy regarding Public Participation at Meetings adopted by Resolution No. 2021-54. 13. Approve Action Minutes of August 23, 2022 Recommendation: That the Board of Directors approve the action minutes of August 23, 2022. Attachments: Action Minutes CSD DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES REPORT CSD GENERAL MANAGER REPORT CSD BOARD OF DIRECTOR REPORTS CSD ADJOURNMENT Page 6 City Council Agenda September 13, 2022 The next regular meeting of the Temecula Community Services District will be held on Tuesday, September 27, 2022, at 4:30 p.m., for a Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 6:00 p.m., at the Council Chambers located at 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Page 7 City Council Agenda September 13, 2022 SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY - NO MEETING TEMECULA HOUSING AUTHORITY - NO MEETING TEMECULA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY CALL TO ORDER: Chair Matt Rahn ROLL CALL: Alexander, Edwards, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart TPFA PUBLIC COMMENT A total of 30 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the Board of Directors on matters not listed on the agenda. Each speaker is limited to 3 minutes. Public comments may be made in person at the meeting by submitting a speaker card to the City Clerk or by submitting an email to be read aloud into the record at the meeting. Email comments must be submitted to CouncilComments@temeculaca.gov. Speaker cards for in -person comments will be called in the order received by the City Clerk and then, if time remains, email comments will be read. Email comments on all matters must be received prior to the time the item is called for public comments. All public participation is governed by the Council Policy regarding Public Participation at Meetings adopted by Resolution No. 2021-54. TPFA CONSENT CALENDAR All matters listed under Consent Calendar are considered to be routine and all will be enacted by one roll call vote. There will be no discussion of these items unless members of the Temecula Public Financing Authority request specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. A total of 30 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the Board of Directors on items that appear on the Consent Calendar. Each speaker is limited to 3 minutes. Public comments may be made in person at the meeting by submitting a speaker card to the City Clerk or by submitting an email to be read aloud into the record at the meeting. Email comments must be submitted to CouncilComments@temeculaca.gov. Speaker cards for in -person comments will be called in the order received by the City Clerk and then, if time remains, email comments will be read. Email comments on all matters must be received prior to the time the item is called for public comments. All public participation is governed by the Council Policy regarding Public Participation at Meetings adopted by Resolution No. 2021-54. 14. Approve Action Minutes of August 23, 2022 Recommendation: That the Board of Directors approve the action minutes of August 23, 2022. Attachments: Action Minutes TPFA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT TPFA BOARD OF DIRECTOR REPORTS Page 8 City Council Agenda September 13, 2022 TPFA ADJOURNMENT The next regular meeting of the Temecula Public Financing Authority will be held on Tuesday, September 27, 2022, at 4:30 p.m., for a Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 6:00 p.m., at the Council Chambers located at 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Page 9 City Council Agenda September 13, 2022 RECONVENE TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING Any person may submit written comments to the City Council before a public hearing or may appear and be heard in support of or in opposition to the approval of a project at the time of the hearing. If you challenge a project in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing or in written correspondence delivered to the City Clerk at or prior to the public hearing. For public hearings each speaker is limited to 5 minutes. Public comments may be made in person at the meeting by submitting a speaker card to the City Clerk or by submitting an email to be read aloud into the record at the meeting. Email comments must be submitted to CouncilComments@temeculaca.gov. Email comments on all matters, including those not on the agenda, must be received prior to the time the item is called for public comments. At public hearings involving land use matters, the property owner and/or applicant has the burden of proof and, therefore, shall be allowed 15 minutes for an initial presentation, and an additional 10 minutes for rebuttal by its development team following other comments on the matter. An appellant, other than the property owner and/or applicant, and the spokesperson for an organized group of residents residing within the noticed area of the property, which is the subject of the public hearing, shall be allowed 15 minutes to present the appellant's position to the Council. The Mayor may allow more time if required to provide due process for the property owner, applicant or appellant. All other members of the public may speak during the public hearing for a maximum period of 5 minutes each. Deferral of one speaker's time to another is not permitted. In the event of a large number of speakers, the Mayor may reduce the maximum time limit for members of the public to speak. All public participation is governed by the Council Policy regarding Public Participation at Meetings adopted by Resolution No. 2021-54. 15. Approve Fiscal Year 2021-22 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING THE 2021-22 CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE EVALUATION REPORT (CAPER) WITH THE ADDITION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS, AND AUTHORIZING STAFF TO SUBMIT THE REPORT TO THE US DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT (HUD) Attachments: Agenda Report Resolution Fxhihit A Notice of Public Hearing 16. Approve the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Substantial Amendment to the 2020-21 CDBG Annual Action Plan Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: Page 10 City Council Agenda September 13, 2022 RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING THE SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT TO THE 2020-21 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT ANNUAL ACTION PLAN Attachments: Agenda Report Resolution Fxhihit A Notice of Public Hearing 17. Consider a Negative Declaration, General Plan Amendment, Planned Development Overlay Amendment, Development Plan, and Tentative Tract Map (Planning Application Nos. PA20-1323. PA20-1324. PA20-1325. and PA20-1326)(Continued from August 23. 2022) Recommendation: That the City Council conduct a public hearing and approve the project including a General Plan Amendment, Planned Development Overlay Amendment, Development Plan, and Tentative Tract Map (Planning Application Nos. PA20-1323, PA20-1324, PA20-1325, and PA20-1326) and adopt related resolutions and introduce ordinance: RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING THE FINAL NEGATIVE DECLARATION FOR THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT CONSISTING OF A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT APPLICATION TO REVISE THE GENERAL PLAN LAND USE DESIGNATION FOR THE PARCELS OF THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT FROM PROFESSIONAL OFFICE TO A MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL LAND USE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1323) ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A PLANNED DEVELOPMENT Page 11 City Council Agenda September 13, 2022 OVERLAY AMENDMENT TO THE TEMECULA VILLAGE PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY (PDO-5) GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 008, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1324) RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1325) RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING TENTATIVE TRACT MAP 38043 TO COMBINE EIGHT (8) EXISTING CONTIGUOUS PARCELS INTO A SINGLE PARCEL ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 008, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1326) Page 12 City Council Agenda September 13, 2022 Attachments: Agenda Report Aerial Map Resolution - Adopting Negative Declaration Exhibit A - Final Negative Declaration with Appendices Resolution - General Plan Amendment Exhibit A — Amended General Plan Land Use Map Ordinance — Planned Development Overlay Amendment Exhibit A — Planned Development Overlay Amendment Resolution — Development Plan Exhibit A — Conditions of Approval Resolution — Tentative Tract Map Exhibit A — Conditions of Approval PC Resolution No. 2022-19 - Negative Declaration PC Resolution No. 2022-20 - General Plan Amendment PC Resolution No. 2022-21 - Overlav Amendment PC Resolution No. 2022-22 - Development Plan PC Resolution No. 2022-23 - Tentative Tract Man Plan Reductions - Development Plan Plan Reductions - Tentative Tract Ma Fiscal Impact Analysis Public Correspondence Notice of Determination Continuation Notice ITEMS FOR FUTURE CITY COUNCIL AGENDAS Any Council Member, including the Mayor, may request an item be placed on a future agenda. Any such request will be discussed under this section. In making the request, a Council Member may briefly describe the topic of the proposed agenda item and any timing associated with the placement of the item on the agenda. This description shall not exceed 3 minutes unless extended by a majority vote of the City Council. No substantive discussion on the subject of the motion may occur. General discussion amongst the City Council on items listed under this section of the agenda shall be limited to 15 minutes. Items may only be placed on the agenda by Council Members pursuant to policy or by the City Manager based on administrative or operational needs of the City. Public comments on the placement of these agenda items shall be limited to a maximum of 30 minutes. Individual comments shall not exceed 3 minutes. All public participation is governed by the Council Policy regarding Public Participation at Meetings and Agenda Placements by Council Members adopted by Resolution No. 2021-54. CITY MANAGER REPORT CITY ATTORNEY REPORT ADJOURNMENT The next regular meeting of the City Council will be held on Tuesday, September 27, 2022, at 4:30 p.m., for a Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 6:00 p.m., at the Council Chambers Page 13 City Council Agenda September 13, 2022 located at 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. 101111lei Do111110,1Doa".11014 The full agenda packet (including staff reports, public closed session information, and any supplemental material available after the original posting of the agenda), distributed to a majority of the City Council regarding any item on the agenda, will be available for public viewing in the main reception area of the Temecula Civic Center during normal business hours at least 72 hours prior to the meeting. The material will also be available on the City's website at TemeculaCa.gov. and available for review at the respective meeting. If you have questions regarding any item on the agenda, please contact the City Clerk's Department at (951) 694-6444. Page 14 Item No. 1 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk DATE: September 13, 2022 SUBJECT: Waive Reading of Standard Ordinances and Resolutions PREPARED BY: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council waive the reading of the text of all standard ordinances and resolutions included in the agenda except as specifically required by the Government Code. BACKGROUND: The City of Temecula is a general law city formed under the laws of the State of California. With respect to adoption of ordinances and resolutions, the City adheres to the requirements set forth in the Government Code. Unless otherwise required, the full reading of the text of standard ordinances and resolutions is waived. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: None Item No. 2 ACTION MINUTES TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA AUGUST 23, 2022 - 6:00 PM CLOSED SESSION - 5:00 PM CONFERENCE WITH REAL PROPERTY NEGOTIATORS. The City Council convened in closed session pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8 regarding the acquisition of certain property interests, including certain permanent maintenance and access easements, temporary construction easements with a term of twelve months, covenants for construction of certain permanent improvements, and a conservation easement on four properties described below in connection with the proposed extension of Nicolas Road from its current termination at Calle Girasol easterly to Butterfield Stage Road, Project Number LD20-1114 ("Project"). Negotiators for the City are Patrick Thomas and Ron Moreno. The negotiators for the respective real property interests are set forth below. (i) The acquisition of certain property interests from the real property located at 31249 Indian Summer Drive in the City of Temecula (APN 957-090-022). Specifically, the City seeks to acquire an approximate 83,324 square foot temporary construction easement with a term of 12 months, covenant authorizing the construction of certain permanent improvements in portions of that 83,324 square foot area, and an approximate 51,003 square foot conservation easement. The negotiating parties are the City of Temecula and the property owners Lam Ngo and Huyen Lam Tran. Under negotiations are price and terms of the acquisition of these property interests. (ii) The acquisition of certain property interests from the real property located at 39622 Leifer Road in the City of Temecula (APN 957-090-023). Specifically, the City seeks to acquire an approximate 31,168 square foot temporary construction easement with a term of 12 months, covenant authorizing the construction of certain permanent improvements in portions of that 31,168 square foot area. The negotiating parties are the City of Temecula and the property owners Isaac G. Navejar and Isabel L. Navejar, as Co -Trustees of the Navejar Living Trust, U/A dated July 18, 2019. Under negotiations are price and terms of the acquisition of these property interests. (iii) The acquisition of certain property interests from the real property located at 31270 Tommy Lane in the City of Temecula (APN 957-150-005). Specifically, the City seeks to acquire an approximate 31,520 square foot temporary construction easement with a term of 12 months and an approximate 26,957 square foot permanent maintenance and access easement. The negotiating parties are the City of Temecula and the property owners Jose Leonardo Garcia and Mayerling Alida Monteros-Garcia. Under negotiations are price and terms of the acquisition of these property interests. (iv) The acquisition of certain property interests from the real property located at 39280 Deputy Road in the City of Temecula (APN 957-090-019). Specifically, the City seeks to acquire an approximate 29,630 square foot temporary construction easement with a term of 12 months, covenant authorizing the construction of certain permanent improvements in portions of that 29,630 square foot area, an approximate 16,956 square foot permanent maintenance and access easement, and a public utility easement. The negotiating parties are the City of Temecula and the property owners Sohan Singh and Kuldip Kaur Singh. Under negotiations are price and terms of the acquisition of these property interests. CALL TO ORDER at 6:00 PM: Mayor Matt Rahn INVOCATION: Pastor Rick Malec of Temecula Methodist Church FLAG SALUTE: Council Member Maryann Edwards ROLL CALL: Alexander (absent), Edwards, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart PRESENTATIONS - NONE BOARD / COMMISSION REPORTS Planning Commission and Race, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Commission PUBLIC SAFETY REPORT Riverside County Sheriffs Department PUBLIC COMMENTS - NON -AGENDA ITEMS The following individual(s) addressed the City Council: • Eric Scheafer CITY COUNCIL REPORTS CONSENT CALENDAR Unless otherwise indicated below, the following pertains to all items on the Consent Calendar. Approved the Staff Recommendation (4-0, Alexander absent): Motion by Edwards, Second by Stewart. The vote reflected unanimous approval with Alexander absent. 1. Approve Action Minutes of August 9, 2022 Recommendation: That the City Council approve the action minutes of August 9, 2022. 2. Waive Readine of Standard Ordinances and Resolutions Recommendation: That the City Council waive the reading of the text of all standard ordinances and resolutions included in the agenda except as specifically required by the Government Code. 3. Approve List of Demands Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2022-63 4. 5. 6. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A Approve City Treasurer's Report as of April 30, 2022 and May 31, 2022 Recommendation: That the City Council approve and file the City Treasurer's Report as of April 30, 2022 and May 31, 2022. Amend the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) for Fiscal Years 2023-27 for Various Projects Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2022-64 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA TO AMEND THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CIP) BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEARS 2023-27 FOR VARIOUS PROJECTS 2. Approve an appropriation and corresponding fund transfer of $251,940 from Measure S for the projects noted below, including the cancellation of the Utility Undergrounding project; and 3. Approve an appropriation and corresponding reimbursement revenue of $53,500 from Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District for Project 735 - Murrieta Creek Improvements; and 4. Approve an appropriation and corresponding reimbursement revenue of $282,000 from Municipal Water District for Project 130 - Parks Improvement Program; and 5. Approve an appropriation and corresponding fund transfer of $630,894 from CDBG-CV2 to establish a new project for the Mary Phillips Senior Center Outdoor Recreational Area. Adopt Resolution Acknowledging Receipt of the Annual Inspection Report Pursuant to SB 1205 Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2022-65 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ACKNOWLEDGING RECEIPT OF A REPORT MADE BY THE FIRE MARSHAL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA FIRE 3 DEPARTMENT REGARDING THE SB 1205 STATE MANDATED ANNUAL INSPECTION OF CERTAIN OCCUPANCIES PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 13145, 13146 AND 17921 OF THE CALIFORNIA HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE 7. Approve Resolution Related to the Annexation of Territory to the Temecula Public Financing Authority Community Facilities District No. 16-01 (Roripaugh Ranch Phase 2) and Prospective Issuance of Special Tax Bonds Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO.2022-66 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A DEPOSIT/REIMBURSEMENT AGREEMENT - TEMECULA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT NO. 16-01 (RORIPAUGH RANCH PHASE 2) 8. Approve Applications for Highwayy Improvement Program (HSIP)Cycle 11 Funding Through the Caltrans Division of Local Assistance for Various Citywide Traffic Safety Improvement Projects Recommendation: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2022-67 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, APPROVING THE APPLICATIONS FOR HIGHWAY SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (HSIP) CYCLE 11 FUNDS THROUGH THE CALTRANS, LOCAL ASSISTANCE FOR VARIOUS CITYWIDE TRAFFIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS AND ACCEPTING THE TERMS OF THE GRANT AGREEMENT 9. Approve Agreement for Consultant Services with T.Y. Lin International for the I-15/French Valley Parkway provements - Phase II, PW 16-01 Recommendation: That the City Council approve an agreement for consultant services with T.Y. Lin International, in an amount not to exceed $350,000, to provide engineering and construction support during construction of the I-15/French Valley Parkway Improvements - Phase II, PW16-01 Project. 10. Approve Amendment to the Agreement with MDG Associates, Inc., for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Administration Services Recommendation: That the City Council approve the first amendment to the agreement with MDG Associates, Inc., in the amount of $161,200, for a total 4 11. 12. 13. 14. agreement amount of $403,000, for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Administration Services. Approve Second Amendment to the Agreement with STC Traffic, Inc. for On -Call Traffic Engineering Services Recommendation: That the City Council approve the second amendment to the agreement with STC Traffic, Inc., in the amount of $100,000, for additional on -call traffic engineering services. Approve Plans and Specifications, and Authorize the Solicitation of Construction Bids for Recycled Water Accelerated Retrofit Program Project, PW21-04 Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Approve the Plans and Specifications and authorize the Department of Public Works to solicit construction bids for Recycled Water Accelerated Retrofit Program Project, PW21-04; and 2. Make a finding that this project is exempt from CEQA per Article 19, Categorical Exemption, Section 15301, Existing Facilities, of the CEQA Guidelines. Accept Improvements and File the Notice of Completion for the Flood Control Reconstruction and Repair Project, PWI I-10 Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Accept the construction of the Flood Control Reconstruction and Repair Project, PW 11-10, as complete; and 2. Direct the City Clerk to file and record the Notice of Completion, release the Performance Bond, and accept a one-year Maintenance Bond in the amount of 10% of the final contract amount; and 3. Release the Labor and Materials Bond seven months after filing the Notice of Completion, if no liens have been filed. Accept Improvements and File the Notice of Completion for the Mary Phillips Senior Center Emergency Generator, PW21-08 Recommendation: That the City Council: Accept the Improvements for the Mary Phillips Senior Center Emergency Generator, PW21-08, as complete; and 2. Direct the City Clerk to file and record the Notice of Completion, release the Performance Bond; and 3. Release the Labor and Materials Bond seven months after filing the Notice of Completion if no liens have been filed. 15. Accept Improvements and File the Notice of Completion for the Infill Mini Pump Track at Wolf Creek Park, PW21-05 Recommendation: 16. Receive and File T Recommendation: RECESS: That the City Council: 1. Accept the Improvements for the Infill Mini Pump Track at Wolf Creek Park, PW21-05, as complete; and 2. Direct the City Clerk to file and record the Notice of Completion, release the Performance Bond; and 3. Release the Labor and Materials Bond seven months after filing the Notice of Completion if no liens have been filed. Street Closures for 2022 Autumnfest Events That the City Council receive and file the temporary closure of certain streets for the following 2022 Autumnfest events: EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS FAIR ART & STREET PAINTING FESTIVAL HEALTH & COMMUNITY RESOURCE FAIR/OPEN STREETS GREEK FESTIVAL HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL VETERAN'S DAY At 6:29 PM, the City Council recessed and convened as the Temecula Community Services District Meeting and the Temecula Public Financing Authority Meeting. At 6:31 PM the City Council resumed with the remainder of the City Council Agenda. RECONVENE TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING 19. Conduct Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act (TEFRA.) Hearing, Adopt a Resolution Approving the Issuance of Not to Exceed $27,000,000 of California Enterprise Development Authority Revenue Obligations for the Benefit of Linfield Christian School Recommendation: That the City Council: 1. Conduct a public hearing as required by Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to receive comments relating to the issuance by the California Enterprise Development Authority (the "Authority") of not to exceed $27,000,000 of the Authority's Revenue Obligations (the "Obligations") for the benefit of Linfield Christian School, a California nonprofit religious corporation (the "Borrower"); and 2. Adopt a resolution approving the issuance of the Obligations by the Authority to finance, refinance and/or reimburse the cost of educational facilities for the benefit of the Borrower. RESOLUTION NO. 2022-68 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING THE ISSUANCE BY THE CALIFORNIA ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF NOT TO EXCEED $27,000,000 AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF THE CALIFORNIA ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY REVENUE OBLIGATIONS FOR THE PURPOSE OF FINANCING, REFINANCING AND/OR REIMBURSING THE COST OF ACQUISITION, CONSTRUCTION, INSTALLATION, EQUIPPING AND FURNISHING EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES FOR THE BENEFIT OF LINFIELD CHRISTIAN SCHOOL AND OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO HEREIN SPECIFIED Approved the Staff Recommendation (3-0, Alexander absent and Edwards abstained): Motion by Stewart, Second by Schwank. The vote reflected unanimous approval with Alexander absent and Edwards abstaining. 20. Consider a Neizative Declaration, General Plan Amendment, Planned Development Overlay Amendment, Development Plan, and Tentative Tract Map (Planning Application Nos. PA20-1323, PA20-1324, PA20-1325, and PA20-1326) Recommendation: That the City Council conduct a public hearing and approve the project including a General Plan Amendment, Planned Development Overlay Amendment, Development Plan, and Tentative Tract Map (Planning Application Nos. PA20-1323, PA20-1324, PA20-1325, and PA20-1326) and adopt related resolutions and introduce ordinance: RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING THE FINAL NEGATIVE DECLARATION FOR THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT CONSISTING OF A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT APPLICATION TO REVISE THE GENERAL PLAN LAND USE DESIGNATION FOR THE PARCELS OF THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT FROM PROFESSIONAL OFFICE TO A MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL LAND USE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1323) 6 I\.\ \•. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY AMENDMENT TO THE TEMECULA VILLAGE PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY (PDO-5) GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 008, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1324) RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1325) RESOLUTION NO. A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING TENTATIVE TRACT MAP 38043 TO COMBINE EIGHT (8) EXISTING CONTIGUOUS PARCELS INTO A SINGLE PARCEL ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 008, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1326) Approved to continue public hearing to next City Council meeting of September 13, 2022 (4-0, Alexander absent): Motion by Edwards, Second by Stewart. The vote reflected unanimous approval with Alexander absent. DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS (Receive and File) 21. Community Development Department Monthly Report 22. Fire Department Monthly Report 23. Public Works Department Monthly Report 8 ITEMS FOR FUTURE CITY COUNCIL AGENDAS CITY MANAGER REPORT CITY ATTORNEY REPORT City Attorney reported that in closed session for items listed on the agenda Council set the fair market value of the property and also provided direction to staff for negotiating an acquisition of those property interests. ADJOURNMENT At 6:38 PM, the City Council meeting was formally adjourned to Tuesday, September 13, 2022, at 4:30 PM for Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 6:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Adjourned in Memory of Rick Shaffer Matt Rahn, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] Item No. 3 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Jennifer Hennessy, Director of Finance DATE: September 13, 2022 SUBJECT: Approve List of Demands PREPARED BY: Pam Espinoza, Accounting Technician II RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2022- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A BACKGROUND: All claims and demands are reported and summarized for review and approval by the City Council on a routine basis at each City Council meeting. The attached claims represent the paid claims and demands since the last City Council meeting. FISCAL IMPACT: All claims and demands were paid from appropriated funds or authorized resources of the City and have been recorded in accordance with the City's policies and procedures. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Resolution 2. List of Demands RESOLUTION NO.2022- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. That the following claims and demands as set forth in Exhibit A, on file in the office of the City Clerk, has been reviewed by the City Manager's Office and that the same are hereby allowed in the amount of $5,190,283.12. Section 2. The City Clerk shall certify the adoption of this resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 13th day of September, 2022. Matt Rahn, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 2022- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 13th day of September, 2022, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk CITY OF TEMECULA LIST OF DEMANDS 08/09/2022 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 08/11/2022 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 08/16/2022 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 08/18/2022 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 08/23/2022 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 08/25/2022 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 08/18/2022 TOTAL PAYROLL RUN: $ 91.707.07 $ 189,752.04 $ 271,697.63 $ 2,215,949.35 $ 257,707.19 $ 1,440,047.08 723,422.76 TOTAL LIST OF DEMANDS FOR 9/13/2022 COUNCIL MEETING: � 5,190 ?S3 12 DISBURSEMENTS BY FUND: CHECKS: CITY OF TEMECULA LIST OF DEMANDS 001 GENERAL FUND 1,410,274.41 110 COVID-19 PANDEMIC COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT 117.97 125 PEG PUBLIC EDUCATION & GOVERNMENT 3,542.68 140 COMMUNITY DEV BLOCK GRANT 14,481.01 165 RDA DEV- LOW/MOD SET ASIDE 9,505.98 170 MEASURE A FUND 1,112.48 190 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT 476,085.75 192 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL B STREET LIGHTS 23,414.00 194 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "D" REFUSE/RECYCLING 490.29 196 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "L" LAKE PARK MAINT. 22,173.60 197 TEMECULA LIBRARY FUND 23,217.51 210 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FUND 89,747.28 300 INSURANCE FUND 1,308,060.68 305 WORKER'S COMPENSATION 169,674.31 320 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 206,577.28 330 SUPPORT SERVICES 1,845.00 340 FACILITIES 78,638.45 395 2011 FINANCING LEASE 2001 & 2008 COPS 400,133.95 396 2018 FINANCING LEASE MRC 138,860.84 501 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE I SADDLEWOOD 2,170.83 502 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 2 WINCHESTER CREEK 1,505.01 503 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 3 RANCHO HIGHLAND 3,319.65 504 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 4 THE VINEYARDS 304.31 505 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 5 SIGNET SERIES 1,560.34 506 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 6 WOODCREST COUNTRY 776.31 507 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 7 RIDGEVIEW 522.78 508 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 8 VILLAGE GROVE 5,802.27 509 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 9 RANCHO SOLANA 80.97 510 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 10 MARTINIQUE 261.22 511 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE I I MEADOWVIEW 68.27 512 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 12 VINTAGE HILLS 3,636.10 513 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 13 PRESLEY DEVELOP. 2,766.59 514 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 14 MORRISON HOMES 475.14 515 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 15 BARCLAY ESTATES 415.81 516 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 16 TRADEWINDS 986.53 517 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 17 MONTE VISTA 76.84 518 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 18 TEMEKU HILLS 3,937.71 519 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 19 CHANTEMAR 4,592.96 520 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 20 CROWNE HILL 5,715.17 521 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 21 VAIL RANCH 16,726.38 522 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 22 SUTTON PLACE 171.27 523 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 23 PHEASENT RUN 403.78 524 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 24 HARVESTON 10,502.99 525 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 25 SERENA HILLS 1,802.50 526 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 26 GALLERYTRADITION 68.25 527 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 27 AVONDALE 261.44 528 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 28 WOLF CREEK 19,873.49 529 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 29 GALLERY PORTRAIT 121.98 $ 4,466,860.36 CITY OF TEMECULA LIST OF DEMANDS 001 GENERAL FUND 110 COVID-19 PANDEMIC COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT 140 COMMUNITY DEV BLOCK GRANT 165 AFFORDABLE HOUSING 190 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT 194 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL D REFUSE RECYCLING 196 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "L" LAKE PARK MAINT. 197 TEMECULA LIBRARY FUND 300 INSURANCE FUND 305 WORKERS' COMPENSATION 320 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 330 SUPPORT SERVICES 340 FACILITIES TOTAL BY FUND: 374,092.90 960.39 643.24 4,131.21 277,329.45 1,505.06 211.02 3,950.09 3,107.64 3,107.71 40,464.29 5,162.57 8,757.19 723,422.76 $ 5,190,283.12 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 1 08/09/2022 3:13:52PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor Description 502873 8/11/2022 020724 79 FIELD HOCKEY INC TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 502874 8/11/2022 022518 BRIGHTON HILL ACADEMY SLC TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS DBA, THE FIRST TEE OF THE I.E. 502875 8/11/2022 022670 BROWN, JAMAL DEON, DBA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS JDB TRAINING TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 502876 8/11/2022 021502 BUCHER, BRET PHILLIP TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 502877 8/11/2022 004412 COMPLETE TENNIS CAMP, TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS CTC TENNIS AKA KERRY LE 502878 8/11/2022 017542 COX, KRISTI LYN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 502879 8/11/2022 010650 CRAFTSMEN PLUMBING & REPAIRS: SWIMMING POOL LIGHT: HVAC INC CRC 502880 8/11/2022 004382 DEKRA LITE INC OT LIGHTING/DECOR: SPEC EVENTS: TCSD 502881 8/11/2022 003945 DIAMOND ENVIRONMENTAL PORTABLE RESTROOM: VAIL RANCH SRVCS PARK PORTABLE RESTROOM: VAIL RANCH PK PORTABLE RESTROOM: LONG CANYON PORTABLE RESTROOM: LONG CANYON PORTABLE RESTROOM: RIVERTON PAR PORTABLE RESTROOM: LA SERENA WA PORTABLE RESTROOM: LA SERENA WA PORTABLE RESTROOM: RIVERTON PAR 502882 8/11/2022 004192 DOWNS ENERGY FUEL FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TCSD FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: BLDG & SAFI FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: BLDG & SAFI FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TRAFFIC: PN FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: FIRE DEPT FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TCSD FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: CODE ENFOI FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: CODE ENF 502883 8/11/2022 004068 ECALDRE MANALILI-DE VILLA, TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS AILEEN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TVM ACTIVITIES: CULTURE QUEST CAMI Amount Paid Check Total 1,627.50 1,870.31 4,765.25 2,170.00 1,617.00 1,234.10 1,128.75 1,232.00 1,302.00 950.00 5,051.80 165.88 165.88 160.88 110.88 110.88 110.88 110.88 110.88 598.80 508.96 376.18 354.61 190.74 190.65 127.29 106.99 1,983.10 273.00 150.00 1,627.50 1,870.31 6,935.25 3,979.85 1,232.00 1,302.00 950.00 5,051.80 1,047.04 2,454.22 2,406.10 Page:1 apChkLst 08/09/2022 3:13:52PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 2 Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 502884 8/11/2022 011202 EMH SPORTS USA INC TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 3,152.10 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 2,061.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 3,497.90 8,711.50 502885 8/11/2022 022526 EMPLOYEE #00594 REIMB: STAFF TRANING/EDUCATION 64.50 64.50 502886 8/11/2022 022726 FORENSIC NURSING OF SART EXAM: TEM SHERIFF 800.00 800.00 SOCAL INC 502887 8/11/2022 013076 GAUDETYVONNE M, DBA YES TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 2,439.50 2,439.50 YOU CAN DRAW 502888 8/11/2022 000177 GLENNIES OFFICE PRODUCTS MISC OFC SUPPLIES: FIRE DEPT 95.65 95.65 INC 502889 8/11/2022 003792 GRAINGER MISC STAGE SUPPLIES: THEATER 145.71 145.71 502890 8/11/2022 012264 MIRANDA, JULIO C TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 1,797.60 1,797.60 502891 8/11/2022 004043 MISSION ELECTRIC SUPPLY MISC ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: CRC 468.68 INC MISC ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: TCC 153.30 MISC ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTF 1,152.75 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 495.36 2,270.09 502892 8/11/2022 001868 MIYAMOTO JURKOSKY SUSAN, TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 500.50 DBA MIYAMOTO MUSIC STUDIO TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 409.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 302.40 1,212.40 502893 8/11/2022 004040 MORAMARCO ANTHONY J, TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 2,646.70 DBA BIGFOOT GRAPHICS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 2,387.00 TVM ACTIVITIES: CULTURE QUEST CAMI 2,000.00 7,033.70 502894 8/11/2022 019019 MUSIC CONNECTION LLC STTLMNT: SPEAKEASY AT THE MERC 282.80 282.80 07/09 502895 8/11/2022 021998 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE VEHICLE REPAIRS: PARKS: PW 273.98 INC VEHICLE REPAIRS: PARKS & FACILITIES 160.14 434.12 502896 8/11/2022 008871 ORIGINAL WATERMEN INC LIFEGUARD UNIFORMS: AQUATICS: 1,071.64 1,071.64 TCSD 502897 8/11/2022 012904 PRO ACTIVE FIRE DESIGN JUL PLAN REVIEW SVCS: FIRE PREV 10,749.40 10,749.40 AND, CONSULTING 502898 8/11/2022 005075 PRUDENTIAL OVERALL FLOOR MATS/TOWEL RENTALS: CIVIC 95.70 SUPPLY CTR FLOOR MATS/TOWEL RENTALS: CIVIC C 95.70 191.40 Paget apChkLst 08/09/2022 3:13:52PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 3 Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 502899 8/11/2022 020922 EMPLOYEE #00529 REIMB: PTSC COMMISSION: TRAFFIC 71.50 71.50 502900 8/11/2022 009213 SHERRY BERRY MUSIC STAND-UP COMEDY @ THE MERC 1,466.25 JAZZ @ THE MERC 7/21 885.00 JAZZ @ THE MERC 7/28 805.00 3,156.25 502901 8/11/2022 013482 SILVERMAN ENTERPRISES 7/18-8/2 SECURITY: ROTATING PARKS 2,672.00 2,672.00 INC, DBA BAS SECURITY & REC 502902 8/11/2022 000645 SMART AND FINAL INC SUPPLIES: SUMMER FOOD PRGM: 362.08 HUMAN SVCS MISC SUPPLIES: MPSC TCSD 283.75 SUPPLIES: SUMMER FOOD PRGM: TCSC 205.82 MISC SUPPLIES: HUMAN SVCS: TCSD 130.18 MISC SUPPLIES: HUMAN SVCS: TCSD 110.37 1,092.20 502903 8/11/2022 009452 EMPOLYEE #00427 REIMB: SUPPLIES FOR COMMUNITY 76.11 THEATER REIMB: SUPPLIES FOR COMMUNITY THI 250.10 REIMB: SUPPLIES FOR COMMUNITY THI 108.13 434.34 502904 8/11/2022 007698 SWANK MOTIONS PICTURES MOVIES IN THE PK: TCSD: SPECIAL 715.00 715.00 INC EVTS 502905 8/11/2022 000668 TIMMY D PRODUCTIONS INC DJ/SOUND: SPECIAL EVENTS: TCSD 1,600.00 1,600.00 502906 8/11/2022 019100 TNT ENTERTAINMENT GROUP DJ/MC SOUND SVCS: SUMMER 3,500.00 LLC CONCERT 7/21 DJ/MC SOUND SVCS: SUMMER CONCEF 3,500.00 7,000.00 502907 8/11/2022 021580 TOWNSEND PUBLIC AFFAIRS JUL CONSULTING SVCS: CITY CLERK 6,000.00 6,000.00 INC 502908 8/11/2022 018147 WADDLETON, JEFFREY L. TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 1,500.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 784.70 DJ/MC SVCS: SPECIAL EVENTS: TCSD 525.00 2,809.70 Grand total for EFT UNION BANK: 91,707.07 Page:3 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 4 08/09/2022 3:13:52PM CITY OF TEMECULA 36 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 91,707.07 Page:4 apChkLst 08/11/2022 4:01:17PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor Description 13802 7/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 012550 MARRIOTT, COURTYARD BY LODGING: TYLER CONF: LAND DEV: MARRIOTT PW 13804 7/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 RFRSHMNTS: CITY CNCL MEETINGS 13810 7/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 022952 THE HABIT BURGER GRILL RFRSHMNTS: QUARTERLY EOQ: HR 022952 THE HABIT BURGER GRILL RFRSHMNTS: QUARTERLY EOQ: HR 023000 CAFE AMERICANO RFRSHMNTS: ICSC CONF: ECO DEV 009486 SHELL OIL FUEL: ICSC CONF: ECO DEV 000198 INTL COUNCIL OF SHOPPING, VISITOR'S PASS: ICSC CONF: ECO CENTERSINC DEV 013338 APPLE STORE ADD'L PHONE STORAGE: ECO DEV 013812 DFIT SUBS LLC, DBA JERSEY RFRSHMNTS: ICSC CONF: ECO DEV MIKES 005115 ENTERPRISE RENT ACAR INC CAR RENTAL: ICSC CONF: ECO DEV 019953 CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT LODGING: ICSC CONF: ECON DEV CORP, DBA PARIS HOTEL 019953 CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT LODGING: ICSC CONF: ECON DEV CORP, DBA PARIS HOTEL 019953 CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT LODGING: ICSC CONF: ECON DEV CORP, DBA PARIS HOTEL 017860 MURRIETA PARTNERSHIP DBA, REGIST: ICSC CONF: ECO DEV IMPACT SW RIVERSIDE CNTY 009486 SHELL OIL FUEL: ICSC CONF: ECO DEV 022999 DELUXE TAXI SERVICE, DBA: TRANSP: ICSC CONF: ECO DEV DELUXE QUEENS 019070 BECKY'S BAKESHOP PROMOTIONAL ITEMS: ICSC CONF CONVENTION 019953 CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT LODGING: ICSC CONF: ECON DEV CORP, DBA PARIS HOTEL 13878 8/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 PRINTING SVCS: FRENCH VALLEY PKWY 13880 8/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 023010 INLAND EMPIRE BLUE BELLES REGIST: BLUE RIBBON EVENT: POLICE Amount Paid 873.99 69.82 2,463.52 592.63 116.82 73.05 10.00 2.99 16.10 185.08 190.07 190.07 190.07 500.00 55.85 18.35 260.00 190.07 71.23 90.00 Page: 1 Check Total 873.99 69.82 5,054.67 71.23 90.00 Page:1 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 2 08/11/2022 4:01:17PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 13881 8/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 010775 DIGI-KEY CORPORATION 003272 DAISYECO INC 015346 WOOBOX, AKA: DECARLO III, GEORGE 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 021856 GISCLORG 022941 IDVILLE INC 023011 PRETTY PAINTS 13882 8/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 023014 HEALTHCARE SOLUTION CENTER 007987 WALMART 023012 T-SHIRT MART 023013 SALLY BEAUTY SALON 13883 8/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 021482 GIFTCARDS.COM 004905 LIEBERT, CASSIDYAND WHITMORE 019244 HOBBY LOBBY STORES, INC. 008668 WES FLOWERS 018099 NATIONAL SAFETY COMPLIANCE INC 004604 CALPELRA 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 008668 WES FLOWERS 007282 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES INC 019159 CALPERS EDUCATION FORUM 2016 (Continued) Description CABLES: INFO TECH INK CARTRIDGE: PLOTTER: INFO TECH SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL: INFO TECH GENERATOR: INFO TECH MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL: INFO TECH VISITOR LOGIN BOOKS: FRONT RECEPTION DEPOSIT: EVENT: INFO TECH TEST SVC: CLIENT: TCSD SUPPLIES: HELP CTR OVER THE CREDIT LIMIT FEE: TCSD SUPPLIES: HELP CTR SUPPLIES: HELP CTR EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION: RISK MGMT ONLINE TRAINING: HR PLANTERS:HR SUNSHINE FUND REGISTRATION: CONFERENCE: RISK MGMT REGIST: DISABILITY ACCOMODATIONS: HR RFRSHMNTS: INTERVIEW PANEL: HR SUNSHINE FUND PHONE ACCESSORIES: HR REGISTRATION: EDUCATION FORUM: HR Amount Paid Check Total 42.68 149.08 290.00 3,806.24 285.00 329.63 25.00 100.00 321.05 35.00 151.87 118.54 608.75 75.00 65.12 101.99 705.00 325.00 47.19 107.43 32.60 449.00 4,927.63 726.46 2,517.08 Paget apChkLst Final Check List Page: 3 08/11/2022 4:01:17PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 13884 8/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 023015 GREATMATS.COM MATS & ROLLER: EOC 000924 CALIF ASSOC PUBLIC MEMBERSHIP FEE: FINANCE PROCUREMENT, OFFICIALS (CAPPO) 006952 PAYPAL VERISIGN PAYFLOW PRO TRANSACTION: FIN 13900 8/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 020035 MOBILE MONEY INC ATM RENTALS: 4TH OF JULY EVENT: TCSD 000152 CALIF PARKS AND MEMBERSHIP DUES: TCSD RECREATION SOC, C P R S 022936 OSCARS BREWING COMPANY, RFRSHMNTS: SUMMER DAY CAMP: DBA OBC INC TCSD 012085 ISTOCK INT'L INC. SUBSCRIPTION: PROMO IMAGES: TCSD 020249 LAUND3R.COM LLC LAUNDRY SVC: TABLE CLOTHS: TCSD 004329 COSTCO TEMECULA491 MISC SUPPLIES: CRC: TCSD 023023 EASYCANVASPRINTS.COM CANVAS PICTURES: CITY HALL 023016 MOBILE MINI GENERATOR: 4TH OF JULY EVENT: TCSD 020886 NETFLIX.COM MONTHLY SVC CHARGE: TEEN ROOM CRC 007949 WESTERN ARTS ALLIANCE MEMBERSHIP DUES: THEATER: TCSD 13901 8/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 005531 FRONT STREET BAR & GRILL RFRSHMNTS: CITY CNCL MTG 06/14 DBA, BAILY WINE COUNTRY CAFE 000254 PRESS ENTERPRISE ONLINE SUBSCRIPTION: CITY CLERK COMPANY INC 009194 VILLAGE NEWS, INC SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL: CITY CLERK 13902 8/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 013338 APPLE STORE ADD'L PHONE STORAGE: FIRE DEPT 023020 SAFETYSIGNS.COM, BRIMAR SIGN: NFPA: DIESEL FUEL TANK: FIRE INDUSTRIES LLC 023021 RTIC OUTDOORS COOLER: FIRE ENGINE 95: FIRE 023022 SUPERBRIGHTLEDS.COM LED LIGHTS: FLAG POLES: FIRE ENGINES 023019 WILLIAMS KEY EQUIPMENT: FIRE DEPT Amount Paid Check Total VOID VOID VOID VOID 1,850.00 145.00 205.54 120.00 98.25 163.12 1,159.27 1,092.17 9.99 450.00 5,293.34 271.88 14.00 59.95 345.83 0.99 37.54 147.80 460.36 232.15 878.84 Page:3 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 4 08/11/2022 4:01:17PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 13903 8/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 004604 CALPELRA TRAINING: DISABILITY ACCOMODATIONS: HR 022586 BOTTEGA ITALIA RFRSHMNTS: IE FILMS FAM TOUR: ECO DEV 021284 LEWIS CLEANERS CLEANING SVC: TABLECLOTH: ECO DEV 013338 APPLE STORE ADD'L STORAGE: SOCIAL MEDIA: ECO DEV 13904 8/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 017736 FEAST CALIFORNIA CAFE LLC, RFRSHMNTS: ELECTED LEADER DBA CORNER BAKERY CAFE OFFICIALS MTG 209764 8/11/2022 019291 TLK ICE, INC., DBA:KONA ICE RFRSHMNTS: TEAM PACE EVENT TEMECULA VAL 209765 8/11/2022 001517 AETNA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH JUL EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PRGM: LLC, DBAAETNA RESOURCES HR AUG EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PRGM: HF 209766 8/11/2022 021305 ANALYTICAL DESIGN KIOSK SOFTWARE RENEWAL: CRC SOLUTIONS, DBA KIOWARE 209767 8/11/2022 021510 ARCTIC CIRCLE ENTERPRISES WHOLESALE CLOTHING: TVM: TCSD LLC, DBAACE USA 209768 8/11/2022 017149 B G P RECREATION INC TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 209769 8/11/2022 006254 BALLET FOLKLORICO, AKA TVM ACTIVITIES: CULTURE QUEST LORENA HANCOCK CAMP 209770 8/11/2022 022996 BLAKE, KELLIE REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT - 42452476 209771 8/11/2022 001323 BLUETRITON BRANDS INC, 6/23-7/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: SKATE DBA READYREFRESH PARK 6/23-7/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: TES POOL 6/23-7/22 WTR DLVRY SVCS:HARVESTOI 209772 8/11/2022 001323 BLUETRITON BRANDS INC, 6115-7/14 WTR DLVRY SVC: ECO DEV DBA READYREFRESH 209773 8/11/2022 011348 BONCOR WATER SYSTEMS 06/23-07/20 WTR FILTER: FIRE STA 73 LLC, DBA SUNSHINE WATER SOFT 209774 8/11/2022 000152 CALIF PARKS AND MAGAZINE RENEWAL: THEATER RECREATION SOC, C P R S Amount Paid Check Total 325.00 70.69 82.50 2.99 481.18 340.78 340.78 600.00 600.00 1,548.80 1,535.60 3,084.40 126.00 126.00 1,850.93 1,850.93 2,709.00 5,548.20 8,257.20 150.00 150.00 200.00 200.00 11.30 17.39 21.54 50.23 200.70 200.70 297.50 297.50 145.00 145.00 Page:4 apChkLst 08/11/2022 4:01:17PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 5 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 209775 8/11/2022 021054 CANTRELL, TINA J TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 210.00 210.00 209776 8/11/2022 004462 CDW LLC, DBA CDW MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP: INFO 229.47 GOVERNMENT LLC TECH MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP: INFO TECI 1,241.60 MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP: INFO TECI 459.82 1,930.89 209777 8/11/2022 016446 CHRISTIAN STITCHERY INC, SPORTS UNIFORMS: SPORTS: TCSD 1,283.25 1,283.25 DBA SO CAL IMPRESSIONS 209778 8/11/2022 010865 CONSTANT CONTACT INC SFTWR RENEWAL: INFO TECH 9,460.40 9,460.40 209779 8/11/2022 013379 COSSOU, CELINE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 2,625.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 4,938.50 7,563.50 209780 8/11/2022 004329 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 SUPPLIES: FOOD SVC PRGM: TCSD 446.99 SUPPLIES: MPSC & HUMAN SVCS: TCSC 197.45 MISC SUPPLIES: TVM/ACE 114.63 MISC SUPPLIES: HUMAN SVCS: TCSD 109.83 868.90 209781 8/11/2022 023003 DAVID, LEE REFUND: LIBRARY SMARTPAY 7.99 7.99 209782 8/11/2022 000165 FEDERAL EXPRESS INC EXPRESS MAIL SVCS: FINANCE 9.64 EXPRESS MAIL SVCS: TCSD 137.69 EXPRESS MAIL SVCS: TCSD 339.79 EXPRESS MAILING SVCS: FIRE 13.35 EXPRESS MAILING SVCS: TCSD 29.58 EXP MAIL SVCS: FIRE DEPT 19.03 549.08 209783 8/11/2022 003747 FINE ARTS NETWORK AKA STTLMNT: DISNEY'SALADDIN: 07/17 785.29 THEATRE, CO AND BALLET THEATER STTLMNT: JOSEPH & TECHNICOLOR 19,413.87 20,199.16 209784 8/11/2022 013937 FIRSTAMERICAN TITLE TITLE REPORTS: BIKE & TRAIL 3,500.00 3,500.00 INSURANCE PROGRAM 209785 8/11/2022 000380 FIRST STUDENT CHARTER, TRANSP: SUMMER DAY CAMP: TCSD 662.31 662.31 DBA FIRST STUDENT INC 209786 8/11/2022 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC JUL INTERNET SVCS: CITY HALL 274.89 274.89 Pages apChkLst 08/11/2022 4:01:17PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 6 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 209787 8/11/2022 009097 FULL COMPASS SYSTEMS SOUND & MISC SUPPLIES: THEATER 1,720.55 SOUND & MISC SUPPLIES: THEATER 1,038.78 Sound/Lighting & Misc Supplies: Theater 209.89 Sound/Lighting & Misc Supplies: Theater 889.18 SOUND & MISC SUPPLIES: THEATER 2,077.55 SOUND/LIGHTING SUPPLIES: THEATER 1,038.78 SOUND/LIGHTING & MISC SUPPLIES: TH 254.30 7,229.03 209788 8/11/2022 022934 GILLMORE, LAUREN BROOKE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 621.60 621.60 209789 8/11/2022 009608 GOLDEN VALLEY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT: THEATER 7,600.00 SOCIETY, DBA CA CHAMBER ORCHESTRA STTLMNT: CLASSICS AT THE MERC: JUL 469.00 8,069.00 209790 8/11/2022 003198 HOME DEPOT MISC STAGE SUPPLIES: THEATER: 302.99 302.99 TCSD 209791 8/11/2022 022841 INTERNATIONAL DANCE PERFORMANCE: FOLK DANCERS: TVM 250.00 250.00 ASSOC OF, SAN DIEGO COUNTY 209792 8/11/2022 003296 INTL CODE COUNCIL 2022 CODE BOOKS: PREVENTION: 1,091.85 FIRE 2022 CODE BOOKS: PREVENTION: FIRE 143.55 CODE BOOKS: PREVENTION: FIRE 6,060.62 7,296.02 209793 8/11/2022 023007 KLEINSCHMIDT, CHRISTEN REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT: TCC 200.00 REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT: TCC 200.00 400.00 209794 8/11/2022 013982 M C I COMM SERVICE JULY 7DK89878 XXX-0714 GEN USAGE 39.49 MALL PD JULY 7DK90589 XXX-0346 GEN USAGE 37.63 77.12 209795 8/11/2022 022829 MAROTTA, LOUIS CDBG RENTAL ASSISTANCE: 2,400.00 2,400.00 WHITTIER 209796 8/11/2022 017427 MATCHETT, VIVIAN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 800.80 800.80 209797 8/11/2022 011956 EMPLOYEE #00438 REIMB: TEAM PACE 89.02 89.02 209798 8/11/2022 018925 MEMORABLE BITES LLC, DBA RFRSHMNTS: SUMMER DAY CAMP: 1,153.63 1,153.63 FIREHOUSE SUBS TCSD 209799 8/11/2022 004522 MULLIGANS FAMILY FUN EXCURSION: TEEN CAMP: CRC: TCSD 666.16 666.16 CENTER, DBA MULLIGAN GROUP INC 209800 8/11/2022 010167 ODYSSEY POWER UPS REPAIRS: DATA CTR: INFO TECH 1,629.35 1,629.35 CORPORATION Page.-6 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 7 08/11/2022 4:01:17PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 209801 8/11/2022 020127 QUINN COMPANY (Continued) Description GENERATOR MAINT: STA 73: FIRE GENERATOR MAINT: STA 95: FIRE GENERATOR MAINT: STA 92: FIRE GENERATOR MAINT: STA 84: FIRE 209802 8/11/2022 021334 RENDON CPR INC CPR CLASS/CERTIFICATION: TCSD 209803 8/11/2022 000353 RIVERSIDE CO AUDITOR, FY22/23 LAFCO FEES: PLANNING CONTROLLER 209804 8/11/2022 009980 SANBORN GWYNETH A, CO COUNTRY LIVE! @ THE MERC 7/16 TEMECULA MUSIC ACADEMY COUNTRY LIVE! @ THE MERC 8/6 COUNTRY LIVE! @ THE MERC 7/2 209805 8/11/2022 017699 SARNOWSKI SHAWNA M PHOTOGRAPHY SVCS: FRANCE: TVM PRESTON PHOTOGRAPHY SVCS: SENIOR BUS PHOTOGRAPHY SVCS: HUMAN SVCS: T1 PHOTOGRAPHY SVCS: DAISEN: TCSD PHOTOGRAPHY SVCS: NATIONAL NIGH] PHOTOGRAPHY SVCS SPEC EVENTS: T, PHOTOGRAPHY SVCS: CHNG OF FLAG: PHOTOGRAPHY SVCS:MEALS PROG: TC PHOTOGRAPHY SVCS: LEADERSHIP AO PHOTOGRAPHY SVCS: FUTURE PHYSIC 209806 8/11/2022 016939 SPERO VINEYARDS, INC EXCURSION: VITICULTURE PRGM: TCSD 209807 8/11/2022 000293 STADIUM PIZZA INC RFRSHMNTS: AQUATICS: TCSD RFRSHMNTS: AQUATICS: TCSD RFRSHMNTS: CRC: TCSD RFRSHMNTS: AQUATICS: TCSD 209808 8/11/2022 008337 STAPLES BUSINESS CREDIT MISC OFC SUPPLIES: TCSD MISC OFC SUPPLIES: TCSD MISC OFC SUPPLIES: TCSD OFFICE SUPPLIES: THEATER: TCSD MISC OFC SUPPLIES: TCSD MISC OFC SUPPLIES: TCSD MISC OFC SUPPLIES: TCSD OFFICE SUPPLIES: THEATER: TCSD OFFICE SUPPLIES: THEATER: TCSD 209809 8/11/2022 013828 STAR WAY SYSTEMS CORP AUDIO RENTALS: 4TH OF JULY: TCSD 209810 8/11/2022 015648 STEIN ANDREW, DBA PARKINK MISC MERCH: SPECIAL EVENTS: TCSD Amount Paid Check Total 377.50 377.50 377.50 377.50 620.00 14,812.93 410.00 755.00 507.50 175.00 175.00 175.00 225.00 250.00 275.00 175.00 175.00 175.00 175.00 1,000.00 260.77 43.50 273.09 79.65 53.29 -28.58 58.71 80.75 326.21 29.35 46.21 88.08 163.11 1,860.00 4,151.66 1,510.00 620.00 14, 812.93 1,672.50 1,975.00 1,000.00 657.01 817.13 1,860.00 4,151.66 Page:? apChkLst 08/11/2022 4:01:17PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 8 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 209811 8/11/2022 009061 STURDIVANT, ANGELA P TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 4,536.00 4,536.00 209812 8/11/2022 008373 SUNBELT RENTALS INC TOWER/POWER RENTALS: SPEC 1,983.79 EVENTS:TCSD TOWER/POWER RENTALS: SPEC EVENT 5,883.81 TOWER/POWER RENTALS: SPEC EVENT -380.33 7,487.27 209813 8/11/2022 011275 TEM. VLY GIRLS SOFTBALL REFUND: SECURITY DEPOSIT -SNACK 200.00 200.00 ASSOC. BAR 209814 8/11/2022 019100 TNT ENTERTAINMENT GROUP MC SOUND SVCS: SPECIAL EVENTS: 3,500.00 LLC TCSD MC SOUND SVCS: SPECIAL EVENTS: TC 3,500.00 7,000.00 209815 8/11/2022 021957 US AIR CONDITIONING, HVAC SUPPLIES: TVE2 206.63 206.63 DISTRIBUTORS LLC 209816 8/11/2022 014850 VALLEY PRINTING SERVICES, PRINTING SVCS: OLD TOWN 3,345.15 3,345.15 INC. BROCHURE 209817 8/11/2022 018995 VILLANUEVA, CHRISTOPHER TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 2,929.50 2,929.50 209818 8/11/2022 007987 WALMART MISC SUPPLIES: CRC: TCSD 36.16 MISC SUPPLIES: TCSD 369.77 MISC SUPPLIES: CRC: TCSD 996.58 MISC SUPPLIES: CRC: TCSD 44.31 1,446.82 209819 8/11/2022 011213 WAVE WATERPARK, THE EXCURSION: TEEN SUMMER DAY 697.85 697.85 CAMP 209820 8/11/2022 018871 WONDER SCIENCE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 8,571.50 8,571.50 Grand total for UNION BANK: 189,752.04 Page:8 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 9 08/11/2022 4:01:17PM CITY OF TEMECULA checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 189,752.04 Page9 apChkLst 08/16/2022 3:30:44PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 1 Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 502909 8/18/2022 000936 AMERICAN RED CROSS, CERTIFICATIONS: AQUATICS: TCSD 320.00 320.00 HEALTH AND SAFETY SVCS 502910 8/18/2022 012951 APPLIED DEVELOPMENT QUALITY OF LIFE MASTER PLAN: 9,036.35 9,036.35 ECONOMICS PLANNING 502911 8/18/2022 021400 AYERS ELECTRIC INC ELECTRICAL LABOR SVCS: DATA CTR: 500.00 500.00 INFO TE 502912 8/18/2022 018408 BOB CALLAHAN'S POOL AUG POOL MAINT: CRC & TES 1,227.00 SERVICE JUL POOL MAINT: CRC & TES 1,100.00 AUG POOL MAINT: CIVIC CTR 950.00 JUL POOL MAINT: CIVIC CTR 950.00 4,227.00 502913 8/18/2022 022670 BROWN, JAMAL DEON, DBA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 1,700.00 1,700.00 JDB TRAINING 502914 8/18/2022 010650 CRAFTSMEN PLUMBING & PLUMBING SVCS: STA84: FIRE 390.75 390.75 HVAC INC 502915 8/18/2022 020648 DG INVESTMENT HOLDINGS 2 MAINT & REPAIR OF SECURITY 735.00 735.00 INC, CONVERGINT SYSTEM: IT TECHNOLOGIES 502916 8/18/2022 003945 DIAMOND ENVIRONMENTAL TEMP RESTROOM SVCS: TES POOL 325.76 SRVCS RENOVATION TEMPORARY FENCING: JRC 95.00 420.76 502917 8/18/2022 019720 DIVERSIFIED WATERSCAPES JUL WTR QUALITY MAINT: DUCK 7,213.00 7,213.00 INC POND/HARV 502918 8/18/2022 004192 DOWNS ENERGY FUEL FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PARKS: PW 1,607.34 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: STREET MAI 1,053.10 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TRAFFIC: PVC 416.55 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PARKS: PW 272.21 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: CIP: PW 193.99 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: ECO DEV 33.57 3,576.76 502919 8/18/2022 015966 ERGO SOLUTION INC ERGO EVAL & REPORT: TCSD 500.00 ERGO EVAL & REPORT: TCSD 500.00 1,000.00 502920 8/18/2022 022726 FORENSIC NURSING OF SART EXAM: TEM SHERIFF 1,200.00 SOCAL INC SART EXAMS: TEM SHERIFF 1,200.00 SART EXAM: TEM SHERIFF 800.00 3,200.00 502921 8/18/2022 019651 EMPLOYEE #00518 REIMB: STAFF TRAINING/EDUCATION 570.94 570.94 Page:1 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 2 08/16/2022 3:30:44PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 502922 8/18/2022 014865 FREIZE UHLER KIMBERLY DBA, STAFF UNIFORMS: PW CLEAR BLUE PROMOTIONS 502923 8/18/2022 016436 EMPLOYEE #00494 REIMB: REFRESHMENTS: 2ND SATURDAY 502924 8/18/2022 000177 GLENNIES OFFICE PRODUCTS MISC OFC SUPPLIES: BLDG & SAFETY INC MISC OFC SUPPLIES: BLDG & SUPPLIES MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PLANNING MISC OFC SUPPLIES: BLDG & SAFETY 502925 8/18/2022 004890 GOLDEN STATE FIRE REPAIRS: FIRE ALARM: TCC: PW PROTECTION 502926 8/18/2022 003792 GRAINGER MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: STEET MAINT: PW MISC STAGE SUPPLIES: THEATER 502927 8/18/2022 022056 IDETAIL SUPPLY CO ENGINE MAINT SUPPLIES: FIRE STA 92 ENGINE MAINT SUPPLIES: FIRE STA 92 502928 8/18/2022 005579 INLAND EMPIRE PROPERTY, WEED ABATEMENT SVCS: CODE ENF SERVICES, INC 502929 8/18/2022 000482 LEIGHTON CONSULTING INC GEOTECH & MATERIALS TESTING SVS: PW18-11 GEOTECHNICAL SVCS: PA22-0035 502930 8/18/2022 022664 MARIPOSATREE TREE TRIMMING: OLD TOWN MANAGEMENT INC 502931 8/18/2022 021370 MARK THOMAS AND COMPANY DSGN & ENVIRO SVC: CONG RELIEF: INC PW19-02 502932 8/18/2022 004043 MISSION ELECTRIC SUPPLY MISC ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: FIRE INC DEPT MISC ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: FIRE DEP 502933 8/18/2022 020946 MUSSON THEATRICAL INC SOUND/LIGHTING SUPPLIES: THEATER 502934 8/18/2022 002925 NAPAAUTO PARTS AUTO PARTS: STREET MAINT: PW 502935 8/18/2022 022599 NIEVES LANDSCAPE INC JUL LDSCP MAINT: PARKS JUL LDSCP MAINT SVCS: SLOPES: PW P JUL LDSCP MAINT SVCS: PW FACS LANDSCAPE CLEAN-UP: VETERANS PAF 502936 8/18/2022 014173 NPG INC DBA, GOLDSTAR ASPHALT SUPPLIES: STREET MAINT: ASPHALT PRODUCTS PW Amount Paid Check Total 391.19 391.19 569.05 569.05 217.23 130.34 39.04 17.84 404.45 744.00 744.00 554.65 169.21 723.86 230.40 134.26 364.66 23,031.00 23,031.00 2,613.00 2,200.00 4,813.00 950.00 950.00 21,219.25 21,219.25 410.83 70.42 481.25 3,891.69 3,891.69 315.00 315.00 78,180.30 60,309.58 10,454.50 370.00 149,314.38 3,340.80 3,340.80 Paget apChkLst Final Check List Page: 3 08/16/2022 3:30:44PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 502937 8/18/2022 021998 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE INC 502938 8/18/2022 022537 REFRIGERATION SUPPLIES, DISTRIBUTOR 502939 8/18/2022 021981 EMPLOYEE #00606 502940 8/18/2022 004274 SAFE AND SECURE LOCKSMITH SRVC 502941 8/18/2022 009213 SHERRY BERRY MUSIC 502942 8/18/2022 021620 SIEMENS MOBILITY INC, YUNEX LLC (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total VEHICLE REPAIR/MAINT: TCSD 2,200.00 VEHICLE MAINT: HOMELESS: TCSD 794.27 VEHICLE REPAIR: HOMELESS OUTREACH 771.83 VEHICLE MAINT: TRAFFIC: PW 632.81 VEHICLE REPAIR/MAINT: TCSD 453.75 VEHICLE MAINT: PARKS: PW 322.16 CITY VEHICLE MAIN: PREVENTION: FIRE DEPT 190.94 VEHICLE MAINT & REPAIR: PW LAND DEV 153.14 VEHICLE REPAIR/MAINT: TCSD 150.81 VEHICLE MAINT: TRAFFIC MAINT 145.77 VEHICLE MAINT: BLDG & SAFETY DEPT 107.26 VEHICLE MAINT: PARKS: PW 70.24 VEHICLE MAINT: FIRE DEPT 63.12 VEHICLE REPAIRS: STREETS: PW 43.81 VEHICLE REPAIR: STREETS: PW 41.32 CITY VEHICLE MAIN: PREVENTION: FIRE DEPT 40.00 6,181.23 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 898.73 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: TVE2 816.19 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: CRC 288.44 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: CRC 275.70 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: TVE2 253.87 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: TVE2 148.95 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: THEATER 105.63 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: MPSC 101.64 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: CHILDRENS MUSEUM 86.71 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: MPSC 79.47 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: TVE2 64.08 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: TVE2 38.52 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: CRC 36.47 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 27.71 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: TVE2 4.18 3,226.29 COMPUTER LOAN PRGM: EMPLOYEE# 00606 1,554.78 1,554.78 LOCKSMITH SVCS: CIVIC CENTER 171.88 LOCKSMITH SVCS: JRC 1,330.00 LOCKSMITH SVCS: LIBRARY 600.93 LOCKSMITH SVCS: AQUATICS 365.31 2,468.12 JAZZ @ THE MERC 08/04 444.00 444.00 STREETLIGHT POLE REPLACEMENT: 7,282.63 7,282.63 Page:3 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 4 08/16/2022 3:30:44PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 502943 8/18/2022 014783 SOFTRESOURCES, LLC Consulting:financial sys upgrade Munis 502944 8/18/2022 007698 SWANK MOTIONS PICTURES MOVIES IN THE PK: SPECIAL EVENTS: INC TCSD 502945 8/18/2022 003849 TERRYBERRY COMPANY EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION: HR EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION: HR 502946 8/18/2022 021580 TOWNSEND PUBLIC AFFAIRS AUG CONSULTING SVCS: CITY CLERK INC Amount Paid Check Total 185.00 465.00 358.26 88.18 6,000.00 Grand total for EFT UNION BANK: 185.00 465.00 446.44 6,000.00 271,697.63 Page:4 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 5 08/16/2022 3:30:44PM CITY OF TEMECULA 38 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 271,697.63 Page:5 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 1 08/18/2022 3:00:04PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor Description 13695 6/1/2022 014685 COMPASS BANK 2018 MRC DEBT SVC 13696 6/1/2022 014685 COMPASS BANK '18 CIVIC CTR DEBT SERVICE 13799 7/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 000210 LEAGUE OF CALIF CITIES REGISTRATION: CONFERENCE: CITY COUNCIL 13800 7/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 000210 LEAGUE OF CALIF CITIES REGISTRATION: CONFERENCE: CITY COUNCIL 13894 8/4/2022 000389 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT OBRA- PROJECT RETIREMENT SOLUTION PAYMENT 13921 8/12/2022 000262 RANCHO CALIF WATER VAR JUL WATER 3015553 DEER DISTRICT HOLLOW WAY 13954 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700474429468 41000 MAIN ST 13994 8/11/2022 020062 MEDLINE INDUSTRIES INC QE MAR 2022 SALES TAX PHS 13995 8/9/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 000912 CITY CLERKS ASSN OF CALIF MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL: CITY CLERK 005531 FRONT STREET BAR & GRILL RFRSHMNTS: CITY CNCL MTG 06/14 DBA, BAILY WINE COUNTRY CAFE 009194 VILLAGE NEWS, INC SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL: CITY CLERK 000254 PRESS ENTERPRISE ONLINE SUBSCRIPTION: CITY CLERK COMPANY INC 017443 OPERATING CO.LLC RFRSHMNTS: CITY CNCL MTG 07/12 MED.CUISINE, DBA: DAPHNE'S CALIFORNIA Amount Paid Check Total 138,860.84 138,860.84 400,133.95 400,133.95 600.00 600.00 600.00 600.00 11,960.68 11,960.68 87,268.53 87,268.53 41,933.38 41,933.38 289,187.00 289,187.00 200.00 271.88 59.95 14.00 334.41 880.24 Page:1 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 2 08/18/2022 3:00:04PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 13996 8/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 023016 MOBILE MINI 017295 TEMECULA PIZZA FACTORY, DBA PF INDUSTRIES LLC 006952 PAYPAL 000254 PRESS ENTERPRISE COMPANY INC 021049 LE COFFEE SHOP TEMECULA 023029 OC FAIR 020792 CANVA.COM 014214 NEWEGG.COM 021049 LE COFFEE SHOP TEMECULA 020249 LAUND3R.COM LLC 012085 ISTOCK INT'L INC. 007949 WESTERN ARTS ALLIANCE 022936 OSCARS BREWING COMPANY DBA OBC INC 004329 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 000152 CALIF PARKS AND RECREATION SOC, C P R S 020249 LAUND31R.COM LLC 020886 NETFLIX.COM 023016 MOBILE MINI 020035 MOBILE MONEY INC 023023 EASYCANVASPRINTS.COM 023016 MOBILE MINI (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total GENERATOR: 4TH OF JULY EVENT: 1,359.38 TCSD RFRSHMNTS: 4TH OF JULY EVENT: 650.74 TCSD VERISIGN PAYFLOW PRO 547.20 TRANSACTION ONLINE SUBSCRIPTION: TCSD 18.00 RFRSHMNTS: TVM EVENT: TCSD 488.20 SENIOR EXCURSION: MPSC: TCSD 231.00 MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION: TCSD 12.99 VIDEO STORAGE: THEATER: TCSD 2,098.82 RFRSHMNTS: TVM EVENT: TCSD -59.18 LAUNDRY SVCS: TABLE CLOTHS: 61.50 TCSD SUBSCRIPTION: PROMO IMAGES: 120.00 TCSD MEMBERSHIP DUES: THEATER: TCSD 450.00 RFRSHMNTS: SUMMER DAY CAMP: 205.54 TCSD MISC SUPPLIES: CRC: TCSD 163.12 MEMBERSHIP DUES: TCSD 145.00 LAUNDRY SVC: TABLE CLOTHS: TCSD 98.25 MONTHLY SVC CHARGE: TEEN ROOM: 9.99 CRC TRAILER SET UP & RENTAL: TCSD 2,368.35 ATM RENTALS: 4TH OF JULY EVENT: 1,850.00 TCSD CANVAS PICTURES: CITY HALL 1,159.27 GENERATOR: 4TH OF JULY EVENT: 1,092.17 TCSD 13,070.34 Paget apChkLst Final Check List Page: 3 08/18/2022 3:00:04PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 13997 8/9/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 004604 CALPELRA 021284 LEWIS CLEANERS 022586 BOTTEGA ITALIA 013338 APPLE STORE 013338 APPLE STORE 000198 INTL COUNCIL OF SHOPPING, CENTERSINC 000198 INTL COUNCIL OF SHOPPING, CENTERSINC 013338 APPLE STORE (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total TRAINING: DISABILITY 325.00 ACCOMODATIONS: HR CLEANING SVC: TABLECLOTH: ECO 82.50 DEV RFRSHMNTS: IE FILMS FAM TOUR: 70.69 ECO DEV ADD'L STORAGE: SOCIAL MEDIA: ECO 2.99 DEV ADD'L PHONE STORAGE: SOCIAL 2.99 MEDIA MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL: ECO DEV 125.00 ��i1���1:3� �9:11� 7�►1:►�iV_11II�:[K�IeI�� f��.XiI� ADD'L PHONE STORAGE: SOCIAL 2.99 MEDIA 737.16 Page:3 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 4 08/18/2022 3:00:04PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 13998 7/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 019953 CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT CORP, DBA PARIS HOTEL 022952 THE HABIT BURGER GRILL 022952 THE HABIT BURGER GRILL 017860 MURRIETA PARTNERSHIP DBA, IMPACT SW RIVERSIDE CNTY 019070 BECKY'S BAKESHOP 019953 CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT CORP, DBA PARIS HOTEL 005115 ENTERPRISE RENT ACAR INC 023000 CAFEAMERICANO 009486 SHELL OIL 009486 SHELL OIL 022999 DELUXE TAXI SERVICE, DBA: DELUXE QUEENS 013812 DFIT SUBS LLC, DBA JERSEY MIKES 000198 INTL COUNCIL OF SHOPPING, CENTERS INC 013338 APPLE STORE 000210 LEAGUE OF CALIF CITIES 019953 CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT CORP, DBA PARIS HOTEL 019953 CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT CORP, DBA PARIS HOTEL 13999 7/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 000210 LEAGUE OF CALIF CITIES 000210 LEAGUE OF CALIF CITIES 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total LODGING: ICSC CONF: ECON DEV 190.07 RFRSHMNTS: QUARTERLY EOQ: HR 2,463.52 RFRSHMNTS: QUARTERLY EOQ: HR 592.63 REGIST: ICSC CONF: ECO DEV 500.00 PROMOTIONAL ITEMS: ICSC CONF 260.00 CONVENTION LODGING: ICSC CONF: ECON DEV 190.07 CAR RENTAL: ICSC CONF: ECO DEV 185.08 RFRSHMNTS: ICSC CONF: ECO DEV 116.82 FUEL: ICSC CONF: ECO DEV 73.05 FUEL: ICSC CONF: ECO DEV 55.85 TRANSP: ICSC CONF: ECO DEV 18.35 RFRSHMNTS: ICSC CONF: ECO DEV 16.10 VISITOR'S PASS: ICSC CONF: ECO 10.00 DEV ADD'L PHONE STORAGE: ECO DEV 2.99 REGISTRATION: CONFERENCE: CITY 600.00 MGR LODGING: ICSC CONF: ECON DEV 190.07 LODGING: ICSC CONF: ECON DEV 190.07 REGISTRATION: CONFERENCE: CITY 600.00 MGR REGISTRATION: CONFERENCE: 600.00 PLANNING RFRSHMNTS: CITY CNCL MEETINGS 69.82 5,654.67 1,269.82 Page:4 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 5 08/18/2022 3:00:04PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 14000 8/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 023028 SEARSPARTSDIRECT.COM 023022 SUPERBRIGHTLEDS.COM 023019 WILLIAMS KEY 023021 RTIC OUTDOORS 023020 SAFETYSIGNS.COM, BRIMAR INDUSTRIES LLC 013338 APPLE STORE 14001 8/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA 491 017736 FEAST CALIFORNIA CAFE LLC, DBA CORNER BAKERY CAFE 000193 I C M A, PRODUCT FULFILLMENT CTR 14002 8/11/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 021346 HOOKSOUNDS, DBA PADDLE.NET 023016 MOBILE MINI 023015 GREATMATS.COM 000924 CALIF ASSOC PUBLIC PROCUREMENT, OFFICIALS (CAPPO) 006952 PAYPAL 14003 8/9/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 020416 DICK'S SPORTING GOODS INC DBA AD STARR 023012 T-SHIRT MART 023013 SALLY BEAUTY SALON 023014 HEALTHCARE SOLUTION CENTER 007987 WALMART 14004 8/11/2022 018098 ELITE CLAIMS MANAGEMENT INC 14007 8/18/2022 010349 CALIF DEPT OF CHILD SUPPORT (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total SYMPATHY FLOWERS: FIRE DEPT 50.63 PARTS: ICE MACHINE: FIRE DEPT 164.88 LED LIGHTS: FLAG POLES: FIRE 460.36 ENGINES EQUIPMENT: FIRE DEPT 232.15 COOLER: FIRE ENGINE 95: FIRE 147.80 SIGN: NFPA: DIESEL FUEL TANK: FIRE 37.54 ADD'L PHONE STORAGE: FIRE DEPT 0.99 1,094.35 RFRSHMNTS: CITY CNCL MTGS 91.31 RFRSHMNTS: ELECTED LEADER 340.78 OFFICIALS MTG MEMBERSHIP DUES: CITY MGR 1,400.00 1,832.09 SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL: 348.00 MARKETING: TCSD FUEL FEE: GENERATOR: 4TH OF JULY 641.63 MATS & ROLLER: EOC 9,972.19 MEMBERSHIP FEE: FINANCE 130.00 VERISIGN PAYFLOW PRO 25.00 11,116.82 TRANSACTION: FIN SUPPLIES: HELP CTR 205.20 SUPPLIES: HELP CTR 151.87 SUPPLIES: HELP CTR 118.54 TEST SVC: CLIENT: TCSD 100.00 OVER THE CREDIT LIMIT FEE: TCSD 35.00 SUPPLIES: HELP CTR 321.05 931.66 FUNDS FOR WORKERS COMP CLAIMS 20,000.00 20,000.00 SUPPORT PAYMENT 169.27 169.27 Page:5 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 6 08/18/2022 3:00:04PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 14008 8/18/2022 021301 1 C M A RETIREMENT -PLAN ICMA- 401(A) RETIREMENT PLAN 106474 PAYMENT 14009 8/18/2022 000194 1 C M A RETIREMENT -PLAN ICMA-RC RETIREMENT TRUST 457 303355 PAYMENT 14010 8/18/2022 000444 INSTATAX (EDD) STATE TAX PAYMENT 14011 8/18/2022 000283 INSTATAX (IRS) FEDERAL TAX PAYMENT 14012 8/18/2022 001065 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT PAYMENT SOLUTION 14013 8/18/2022 019088 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT NATIONWIDE LOAN REPAYMENT SOLUTION PAYMENT 14014 8/18/2022 000389 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT OBRA- PROJECT RETIREMENT SOLUTION PAYMENT 209533 7/15/2022 006140 NORTH JEFFERSON BUSINESS JUL-SEP'22ASSN DUES 3561 #17: FV PARK 209534 7/15/2022 006140 NORTH JEFFERSON BUSINESS JUL-SEP'22ASSN DUES 3561 #20: FV PARK 209535 7/15/2022 006140 NORTH JEFFERSON BUSINESS JUL-SEP'22ASSN DUES 3561 #16: FV PARK 209536 7/15/2022 006140 NORTH JEFFERSON BUSINESS JUL-SEP'22ASSN DUES 3561 #19: FV PARK 209821 8/18/2022 003552 AFLAC PREMIUM HOLDING, AFLAC ACCIDENT INDEMNITY C/O BNB BANK LOCKBOX PAYMENT Amount Paid Check Total 384.62 384.62 16,436.87 16,436.87 44,115.46 44,115.46 130, 586.98 130, 586.98 13,916.85 13,916.85 520.22 520.22 10,775.90 10,775.90 521.05 521.05 707.93 707.93 560.64 560.64 681.01 681.01 3,325.34 3,325.34 Page.-6 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 7 08/18/2022 3:00:04PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 209822 8/18/2022 007282 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES INC 209823 8/18/2022 021510 ARCTIC CIRCLE ENTERPRISES LLC. DBAACE USA 209824 8/18/2022 022025 ARTHUR J GALLAGHER, RISK MANAGMENT SRVCS INC 209825 8/18/2022 011954 BAKER AND TAYLOR INC 209826 8/18/2022 015592 BAMM PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS INC 209827 8/18/2022 001323 BLUETRITON BRANDS INC, DBA READYREFRESH 209828 8/18/2022 011348 BONCOR WATER SYSTEMS LLC, DBA SUNSHINE WATER SOFT (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total MISC EQUIPMENT: FIRE DEPT 91.33 SUPPLIES: HUMAN SVCS: TCSD 641.76 MISC SUPPLIES: CRC: TCSD 9.45 POWER SUPPLY: INFO TECH 465.90 MISC SUPPLIES: SPECIAL EVENTS: TCS 1,481.83 STATION EQUIPMENT: FIRE DEPT 75.04 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: INFO TECH 13.04 MISC SUPPLIES: CRC: TCSD 1,508.84 MISC SUPPLIES: AQUATICS: TCSD 106.46 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: THEATER: TCSD 1,111.25 MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIPMENT: RISH 60.89 SUPPLIES: RECREATION: CRC 192.26 MISC EQUIPMENT: FIRE DEPT 65.14 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: THEATER 932.84 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: THEATER 445.08 MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP: INFO TECI 32.61 MISC SUPPLIES: TVM: TCSD 1,323.38 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PLANNING 25.74 MISC SUPPLIES: ACE PRGM: TCSD 156.56 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PLANNING 139.74 MISC STATION SUPPLIES: FIRE DEPT 85.91 STATION EQUIPMENT: FIRE DEPT 257.73 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: RISK MGMT 21.74 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: PREVENTION: FIR 66.21 9,310.73 WHOLESALE CLOTHING: TVM: TCSD 530.81 530.81 FY22/23 LIABILITY/PROP INSURANCE 539,142.59 FY22/23 TERRORISM POLICY: RISK 8,099.96 FY22/23 DRONE LIABILITY POLICY: RISK 1,622.00 FY22/23 CRIME POLICY: RISK 2,584.00 551,448.55 BOOK COLLECTIONS: RHRTPL: TCSD 37.09 BOOK COLLECTIONS: RHRTPL: TCSD 31.07 68.16 WORKFORCE DEV: PRGM UNIFORMS: 489.38 TCSD STAFF UNIFORMS: MAINT & STREETS 1,277.44 1,766.82 6/23-7/22 WTR DLVRY SVC: PBSP 64.50 Ready Refresh: Homeless Outreach: TCSD 77.94 142.44 7/21-8/17 WTR FILTER: FIRE STA 73 297.50 297.50 Page:? apChkLst Final Check List Page: 8 08/18/2022 3:00:04PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 209829 8/18/2022 003455 BROADCAST MUSIC INC, DBA OLD TOWN MUSIC LICENSE BMI COPYRIGHT: TCSD 209830 8/18/2022 003138 CAL MAT, DBAVULCAN ASPHALT SUPPLIES: STREET MAINT: MATERIALS CO PW ASPHALT SUPPLIES: STREET MAINT: PV1 ASPHALT SUPPLIES: STREET MAINT: PV1 209831 8/18/2022 001054 CALIF BUILDING OFFICIALS, JOB ADVERTISING: COMM DEV TECH: (CALBO) HR 209832 8/18/2022 021851 CALIF NEWSPAPERS BID ADVERTISING: MPSC PW20-13: CIP PARTNERSHIP, DBA SO CALIF NEWS GROUP BID ADVERTISING: FIRE STA RENO PW1 LEGAL PUBLICATIONS: CITY CLERK 209833 8/18/2022 016384 CALIFORNIA INLAND, EMPIRE REGISRATION: FIRE DEPT COUNCIL 209834 8/18/2022 004462 CDW LLC, DBA CDW MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP: INFO GOVERNMENT LLC TECH MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP: INFO TECI MISC SMALL TOOLS AND EQUIP: IT MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP: INFO TECI 209835 8/18/2022 019814 CODE 5 GROUP LLC ANNUAL TRACKING SVC: TEM SHERIFF 209836 8/18/2022 011922 CORELOGIC INC, DBA JUL SOFTWARE SUBSCR: CODE ENF CORELOGIC SOLUTIONS 209837 8/18/2022 014521 COSTAR REALTY AUG'22 WEB SUBSCRIPTION: ECO INFORMATION INC DEV 209838 8/18/2022 001233 DANS FEED AND SEED INC MISC SUPPLIES: STREET MAINT: PW 209839 8/18/2022 010461 DEMCO INC MISC SUPPLIES: RHRTPL: TCSD 209840 8/18/2022 008943 DEPT OF GENERAL SERVICES CASE FILINGS: MASSAGE & THE BANK (DGS) ADMIN HEARING: THE BANK: CITY CLER 209841 8/18/2022 004566 DEPT OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES EPA FEE: HAZ WASTE MGMT CNTRL 209842 8/18/2022 004799 E C S IMAGING INC LASERFICHE ANNUAL MAINT: CITY CLERK Amount Paid Check Total 936.00 936.00 294.58 199.70 295.53 789.81 255.00 255.00 3,189.20 1,389.50 3,195.42 7,774.12 1,415.50 1,415.50 500.82 109.70 552.75 829.13 1,992.40 4,800.00 4,800.00 312.00 312.00 1,200.00 1,200.00 104.05 104.05 284.87 284.87 375.50 257.25 632.75 30.00 30.00 21,645.00 21,645.00 Page.-8 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 9 08/18/2022 3:00:04PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor (Continued) Description 209843 8/18/2022 000380 FIRST STUDENT CHARTER, TRANSP: SUMMER DAY CAMP: TCSD DBA FIRST STUDENT INC TRANSP: SUMMER DAY CAMP: TCSD TRANSP: DAY CAMP: TCSD 209844 8/18/2022 002982 FRANCHISE TAX BOARD SUPPORT PAYMENT 209845 8/18/2022 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC AUG INTERNET SVCS: CITY HALL 209846 8/18/2022 009097 FULL COMPASS SYSTEMS Sound/Lighting & Misc Supplies: Theater SOUND/LIGHTING SUPPLIES: THEATER: SOUND/LIGHTING SUPPLIES: THEATER SOUND/LIGHTING SUPPLIES: THEATER Sound/Lighting & Misc Supplies: Theater SOUND/LIGHTING SUPPLIES: THEATER 209847 8/18/2022 021145 GEYSER EQUIPMENT LLC PRESSURE WASHER PARTS: STREETS:PW PRESSURE WASHER SERVICE: PARKS PRESSURE WASHER PARTS: STREET M. 209848 8/18/2022 001500 GOVERNMENT TRAINING EMPLOYMENT CONSORTIUM FEES: FY AGENCY, REGIONAL TRAINING 22-23 CENTER 209849 8/18/2022 000186 HANKS HARDWARE INC MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: PARKS 209850 8/18/2022 013749 HELIXSTORM INC 209851 8/18/2022 003198 HOME DEPOT 209852 8/18/2022 022897 INDUSTRIAL HEARING &, PULMONARY MGT 209853 8/18/2022 009693 INLAND VALLEY CLASSICAL BALLET 209854 8/18/2022 003296 INTL CODE COUNCIL MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: FOC MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: CRC MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: TCC MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP: CIP MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: THEATER MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: AQUATICS MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: OLD TOWN MISC HRDWR SUPPLIES: FIRE DEPT MAINT SUPPLIES: FACILITIES: PW 1�I�1�:7_F�I:i�L�lrq:7�Yq�li]:i1111 MISC HARDWARE SUPPLIES: CRC HEARING/TRAINING: HR TIX: BEAUTY & THE BEAST 8/13-14 2022 CODE BOOKS: PREVENTION: FIRE 2022 CODE BOOKS: PREVENTION: FIRE Amount Paid Check Total 617.31 663.92 757.16 50.00 274.89 272.74 1,165.80 -1,165.80 1,353.36 193.76 336.61 89.18 139.97 486.12 1,764.00 908.41 32.32 183.37 200.00 27.89 61.26 90.99 68.35 652.38 2,131.79 987.50 2,223.05 1.120.00 13,526.45 143.55 493.73 2,038.39 50.00 274.89 2,156.47 715.27 1,764.00 4,356.76 987.50 2,223.05 1.120.00 13, 526.45 637.28 Page9 apChkLst 08/18/2022 3:00:04PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 10 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 209855 8/18/2022 023018 JEVNE, MATTHEW REFUND: VICR FEES: POLICE 151.00 151.00 209856 8/18/2022 021896 JP HANDMADE CORP, DBA BUSINESS CARDS: ECO DEV 60.17 MINUTEMAN PRESS BUSINESS CARDS: CIP & LAND DEV 465.14 PRINTING SVCS: PW 452.25 977.56 209857 8/18/2022 001091 KEYSER MARSTON ON CALL CONSULTANT SVCS: 2,935.00 2,935.00 ASSOCIATES INC PLANNING 209858 8/18/2022 017118 KRACH BREE B, DBA WORKFORCE PRGMS: PLAQUES: 54.38 TEMECULA TROPHY & DES TCSD NAME PLATE: INFO TECH 41.33 95.71 209859 8/18/2022 004813 M AND J PAUL ENTERPRISES MISC JUMPER RENTALS: SPEC 1,150.00 1,150.00 INC, DBA JOLLY JUMPS EVENTS 209860 8/18/2022 021434 MATRIX TELECOM LLC DBA JULY 800 SERVICES: CIVIC CENTER 70.50 70.50 LINGO 209861 8/18/2022 020300 NCBOA, INC BASKETBALL OFFICIATING: SPORTS: 1,714.50 1,714.50 TCSD 209862 8/18/2022 000209 NUTRIEN AG SOLUTIONS INC EQUIPMENT REPAIR: STREET MAINT: 14.49 14.49 PW 209863 8/18/2022 003964 OFFICE DEPOT BUSINESS SVS MISC. OFFICE SUPPLIES: PW LID 13.69 DIV MISC OFC SUPPLIES: HR 42.17 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: HR 13.69 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: LAND DEV: PW 42.85 112.40 209864 8/18/2022 007959 ONEIL SOFTWARE INC LICENSE RENEWAL: INFO TECH 1,576.19 1,576.19 209865 8/18/2022 018462 PERDUE ROBERT S DBA, APPRAISAL REPORT: PLANNING 7,500.00 7,500.00 PERDUE RUSSELL & MATTHIES 209866 8/18/2022 000249 PETTY CASH PETTY CASH REIMBURSEMENT 236.38 PETTY CASH REIMBURSEMENT 622.65 859.03 209867 8/18/2022 010338 POOLAND ELECTRICAL, VARIOUS SUPPLIES: SPLASH PAD: PW 632.71 PRODUCTS INC VARIOUS SUPPLIES: SPLASH PAD: PW 237.80 VARIOUS SUPPLIES: SPLASH PAD: PW 613.77 VARIOUS SUPPLIES: SPLASH PAD: PW 387.60 1,871.88 209868 8/18/2022 009623 PUBLIC AGENCY RISK MGMT MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL: RISK MGMT 150.00 150.00 ASSN, (PARMA) 209869 8/18/2022 021850 PURCOLOUR INC COLORED POWDER: COLOR RUN: 1,620.00 1,620.00 CRC:TCSD Page:10 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 11 08/18/2022 3:00:04PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 209870 8/18/2022 022837 QUADIENT FINANCE USA INC Postage for meter: Tern Sheriff 209871 8/18/2022 010652 QUALITY CODE PUBLISHING MUNICIPAL CODE SVCS: CITY CLERK 209872 8/18/2022 001416 QUICK CRETE PRODUCTS INC REPLACEMENT PLANTERS: MEDIANS 209873 8/18/2022 000418 RIVERSIDE CO CLERK AND, CEQA FILINGS: CIP: PW21-06 RECORDER CEQA FILINGS: CIP: PW12-22 209874 8/18/2022 022715 RIVERSIDE CO PUBLIC JUL EMERG RADIO RENTALS: POLICE SAFETY, ENTERPRISE COMMUNICATION JUL EMERG RADIO RENTALS: CODE ENI 209875 8/18/2022 000406 RIVERSIDE CO SHERIFFS FY22/23 CAL -ID ASSESSMENT DEPT 209876 8/18/2022 021964 RUSSELL SIGLER INC, DBA HVAC MAINT: STATION 92: FIRE SIGLER WHOLESALE DIST 209877 8/18/2022 000278 SAN DIEGO UNION -TRIBUNE JULY PUBLIC NTCADS: CITY CLERK 209878 8/18/2022 017699 SARNOWSKI SHAWNA M PHOTO SVCS: CRC DAY CAMP: TCSD PRESTON PHOTO SVCS: HEADSHOTS: ECON DEV PHOTO SVCS: MSJC BLDG: ECON DEV PHOTOGRPAHY SVCS: ECO DEV 209879 8/18/2022 021309 SB&O INC ENG SURVEY SVCS: PAUBA VLY ELEM 209880 8/18/2022 022929 SCP DISTRIBUTORS LLC, DBA POOL EQUIPMENT: AQUATICS LINCOLN AQUATICS POOL EQUIPMENT: AQUATICS 209881 8/18/2022 022929 SCP DISTRIBUTORS LLC, DBA POOL EQUIPMENT: AQUATICS: TCSD LINCOLN AQUATICS 209882 8/18/2022 000697 SISTER CITIES FY22/23 AGENCY MEMBERSHIP DUES INTERNATIONAL 209883 8/18/2022 014818 SKYFIT TECH, INC. FITNESS CENTER MAINT SVCS: RISK 209884 8/18/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700116137841 41000 MAIN ST JULY 700039423268JULY JULY 700276704365 41000 MAIN ST Amount Paid Check Total 250.00 250.00 1,617.00 1,617.00 3,828.02 3,828.02 50.00 50.00 100.00 1,893.31 271.84 2,165.15 112, 771.00 112, 771.00 93.44 93.44 425.24 425.24 225.00 250.00 225.00 300.00 1,000.00 459.00 459.00 1,112.06 70.69 1,182.75 407.52 407.52 1,030.00 1,030.00 195.00 195.00 33,068.40 1,030.32 479.52 34,578.24 Page:11 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 12 08/18/2022 3:00:04PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 209885 8/18/2022 020545 SOCIAL WORK ACTION GROUP HOMELESS/STREET OUTREACH SVCS:TCSD 209886 8/18/2022 002503 SOUTH COAST AIR QUALITY, FY22/23 FLAT FEE: LAST FY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT EMISSIONS: LIB FY 22/23 1 C E ELEC GEN DIESEL: LIBRP 209887 8/18/2022 000519 SOUTH COUNTY PEST PEST CONTROL SVCS: FIRE STA 84 CONTROL INC 209888 8/18/2022 012652 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, AUGUST GEN USAGE: TELEPHONE COMPANY 0141,0839,0978,0979 209889 8/18/2022 008337 STAPLES BUSINESS CREDIT MISC OFC SUPPLIES: TCSD MISC OFC SUPPLIES: TCSD OFFICE SUPPLIES: TCSD OFFICE SUPPLIES: PW LAND DEV MISC OFC SUPPLIES: LAND DEV: PW OFFICE SUPPLIES: HUMAN SVCS: TCSD 209890 8/18/2022 015648 STEIN ANDREW, DBA PARKINK MISC MERCHANDISE: COLOR RUN: TCSD 209891 8/18/2022 012789 STUART, JENNIFER SARAH STTLMNT: SEUSSICAL& FOOTLOOSE 209892 8/18/2022 003677 TEMECULA MOTORSPORTS VEHICLE MAINT: MEDIC CARTS 84: LLC FIRE VEHICLE MAINT: TEM SHERIFF VEHICLE MAINT: MEDIC CARTS 95: FIRE 209893 8/18/2022 000515 TEMECULA VALLEY CHAMBER TVCC SPONSORSHIP FUNDS OF, COMMERCE REGIST: WOMEN IN BUSINESS: ECON DI 209894 8/18/2022 000919 TEMECULAVALLEY UNIFIED STTLMNT: SEUSSICAL& FOOTLOOSE SCHOOL, DISTRICT 209895 8/18/2022 022939 TRANSPORTATION CHARTER TRANSPORTATION: DAY CAMP: TCSD SRVS TRANSPORTATION: DAY CAMP: TCSD 209896 8/18/2022 023033 TUDELA, KRISTINA REFUND: BALANCE ADJ FOR VIOLATION REFUND: BALANCE ADJ FOR VIOLATION 209897 8/18/2022 000161 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC MUNIS MIGRATION SVCS: FINANCE 209898 8/18/2022 005460 U S BANK ACCOUNT ANALYSIS: FINANCE Amount Paid Check Total 26,132.50 26,132.50 151.85 468.76 620.61 80.00 80.00 960.78 960.78 23.91 130.85 28.59 59.64 42.78 157.68 443.45 4,648.65 4,648.65 8,513.17 8,513.17 1,189.37 1,299.43 1,189.37 3,678.17 50,000.00 225.00 50,225.00 2,720.46 2,720.46 4,602.81 4,772.64 9,375.45 70.00 70.00 140.00 17,170.00 17,170.00 875.00 875.00 Page:12 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 13 08/18/2022 3:00:04PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 209899 8/18/2022 007766 UNDERGROUND SERVICE ALERT, OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 209900 8/18/2022 023032 VIGIL, NICOLE FISH 209901 8/18/2022 007987 WALMART 209902 8/18/2022 000339 WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION, DBA:THOMSON REUTERS 209903 8/18/2022 013556 WESTERN AV 209904 8/18/2022 021148 WEX BANK 209905 8/18/2022 020193 WHITE CAP LP 209906 8/18/2022 021918 ZOOM VIDEO COMMUNICATIONS INC (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total JUL DIG SAFE BRD BILLABLE TIX: PW 319.75 JUL UNDERGRND UTILITY LOCATOR ALE 70.85 390.60 REFUND: BALANCE ADJ FOR 305.00 305.00 OVERPAYMENT SUPPLIES: AQUATICS: TCSD 438.16 MISC SUPPLIES: CRC: TCSD 830.93 SUPPLIES: AQUATICS: TCSD 80.33 MISC SUPPLIES: CRC: TCSD 145.89 MISC SUPPLIES: CRC: TCSD 80.95 MISC SUPPLIES: CRC: TCSD 358.77 MISC SUPPLIES: CRC: TCSD 196.75 MISC SUPPLIES: CRC: TCSD 317.60 MISC SUPPLIES: CRC: TCSD 187.00 SUPPLIES: HOMESLESS OUTREACH 436.13 MISC SUPPLIES: CRC: TCSD 333.03 SUPPLIES: AQUATICS: TCSD 63.73 3,469.27 JUL CLEAR SUBSCRIPTION: TEM 1,053.45 1,053.45 SHERIFF MISC SUPPLIES/EQUIP: PEG: INFO 3,500.00 3,500.00 TECH 07/07-08/06 FUEL USAGE: POLICE 2,128.01 2,128.01 MISC. SUPPLIES: PARKS: PW 119.73 CONCRETE PARKING STOPS: MIKE NAG 2,279.19 2,398.92 7/29/22-7/28/23 VIDEO COMM: INFO 10,800.00 10,800.00 TECH Grand total for UNION BANK: 2,215,949.35 Page:13 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 14 08/18/2022 3:00:04PM CITY OF TEMECULA 116 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 2,215,949.35 Page:14 apChkLst 08/23/2022 1:19:24PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 1 Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 502947 8/25/2022 010851 EMPLOYEE #00426 REIMB: TVUSD SCHOOL SUPPLIES: 195.42 195.42 TCSD 502948 8/25/2022 004240 AMERICAN FORENSIC NURSES DRUG/ALCOHOL ANALYSIS: TEM 60.20 AFN SHERIFF DRUG/ALCOHOL ANALYSIS: TEM SHERIF 1,499.78 DRUG/ALCOHOL ANALYSIS: TEM SHERIF 963.20 DRUG/ALCOHOL ANALYSIS: TEM SHERIF 558.09 DRUG/ALCOHOL ANALYSIS: TEM SHERIF 372.06 3,453.33 502949 8/25/2022 000936 AMERICAN RED CROSS, STAFF/LIFEGUARDS CERTS: 200.00 200.00 HEALTH AND SAFETY SVCS AQUATICS 502950 8/25/2022 013950 AQUA CHILL OF SAN DIEGO AUG DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: 62.53 AULD: POLICE AUG DRINKING WTR SYS MAINT: STORE 61.96 AUG DRINKING WATER SVCS: INFO TEC 28.28 152.77 502951 8/25/2022 021400 AYERS ELECTRIC INC ELECTRICAL LABOR: LIGHTING 1,050.00 REPAIR: CRC ELECTRICAL LABOR: SERVER ROOM: A( 650.00 ELECTRICAL REPAIRS: STAMPEDE PARF 200.00 ELECTRICAL REPAIRS: SERVER ROOM ( 200.00 2,100.00 502952 8/25/2022 021588 BRAUN PETER, DBA JUL PLANTSCAPE SVC: CIVIC CTR 500.00 TEMECULA PLANTSCAPE AUG PLANTSCAPE SVC: CIVIC CTR 500.00 JUL PLANTSCAPE SVC: LIBRARY 200.00 AUG PLANTSCAPE SVC: LIBRARY 200.00 1,400.00 502953 8/25/2022 021502 BUCHER, BRET PHILLIP TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 1,178.10 1,178.10 502954 8/25/2022 017542 COX, KRISTI LYN DAY CAMP INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 500.00 500.00 502955 8/25/2022 010650 CRAFTSMEN PLUMBING & REPLACE TILE: THEATER UPPER 11,700.00 HVAC INC DECK PLUMBING SERVICES: PARKS: PW 463.86 PLUMBING SERVICES: PARKS: PW 355.00 PLUMBING SERVICES: PARKS: PW 355.00 PLUMBING SERVICES: PARKS: PW 125.00 12,998.86 502956 8/25/2022 003945 DIAMOND ENVIRONMENTAL PORTABLE RESTROOM SVCS: TEM 133.21 133.21 SRVCS SHERIFF Page:1 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 2 08/23/2022 1:19:24PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 502957 8/25/2022 004192 DOWNS ENERGY FUEL FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PARKS: PW 2,192.24 FUEL SVC: EMERGENCY GENERATOR: MPSC 1,962.44 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: STREET MAIN 1,218.98 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TRAFFIC: PW 596.66 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: BLDG & SAFETY 358.26 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TCSD 311.22 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: POLICE 63.44 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: CIP: PW 55.59 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: FIRE 214.73 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PARK RANGERS 191.02 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: POLICE DEPT 181.75 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: LAND DEV: PW 129.00 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: EOC 110.57 FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: CODE ENF 94.32 7,680.22 502958 8/25/2022 015966 ERGO SOLUTION INC ERGONOMIC EVALUATION: EMPLOYEE # 500.00 500.00 00363 502959 8/25/2022 014865 FREIZE UHLER KIMBERLY DBA, PROMOTIONAL ITEMS: ECO DEV 665.94 CLEAR BLUE PROMOTIONS CITY APPAREL: CITY MGR 163.50 CITY APPAREL: HR 159.33 988.77 502960 8/25/2022 021365 GEORGE HILLS COMPANY INC ANNUAL ADMINISTRATIVE FEE: RISK 3,000.00 3,000.00 MGMT 502961 8/25/2022 003792 GRAINGER SMALL TOOLS & EQUIPMENT: PARKS 419.49 419.49 502962 8/25/2022 020628 HASA INC POOL SANITIZING CHEMICALS: VARI 789.84 POOLS POOL SANITIZING CHEMICALS: VARI POOLS 775.46 POOL SANITIZING CHEMICALS: VARI 710.86 POOLS POOL SANITIZING CHEMICALS: 592.38 2,868.54 VARI POOLS 502963 8/25/2022 019085 INTERPRETERS UNLIMITED 10.50 10.50 INC PHONE INTERPRETER SERVICE: TEM SHERIFF 502964 8/25/2022 001282 KNORR SYSTEMS INC MISC PARTS/SUPPLIES: AQUATICS 4,274.95 MISC PARTS/SUPPLIES: AQUATICS 326.44 MISC PARTS/SUPPLIES: AQUATICS 74.39 4,675.78 502965 8/25/2022 018675 MDG ASSOCIATES INC JUL CDBG PRGM ADMIN: PLANNING 6,470.51 6,470.51 Paget apChkLst 08/23/2022 1:19:24PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 3 Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 502966 8/25/2022 004043 MISSION ELECTRIC SUPPLY ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: CIVIC 388.39 INC CENTER MISC ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: STA 73: FI 308.67 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: LIBRARY 209.63 MISC ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: TCC 153.30 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: FOC 65.25 CREDIT: ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES: THEAT -113.64 1,011.60 502967 8/25/2022 004040 MORAMARCO ANTHONY J, DAY CAMP INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 6,000.00 DBA BIGFOOT GRAPHICS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 868.00 6,868.00 502968 8/25/2022 019019 MUSIC CONNECTION LLC STTLMNT: SPEAKEASY AT THE MERC 648.20 648.20 8/13 502969 8/25/2022 022599 NIEVES LANDSCAPE INC IRRIGATION REPAIRS: VARIOUS 642.27 PARKS JUL LDSCP MAINT: PARKS/TRAILS/STRE 57,628.50 INSTALLATION OF MULCH: PW PARKS 7,500.00 IRRIGATION REPAIRS: VARIOUS PARKS 2,854.55 LANDSCAPE IMPROVEMENTS: PW PARN 1,050.00 IRRIGATION REPAIRS: REDHAWK PARK 778.59 IRRIGATION REPAIRS: SLOPES 227.44 IRRIGATION REPAIRS: SLOPES 219.90 IRRIGATION REPAIR: REDHAWK MED: P/ 163.09 IRRIGATION REPAIRS: NAKAYAMA PK: Pi 99.98 IRRIGATION REPAIRS: VARIOUS PARKS 544.26 IRRIGATION REPAIR: JEFF. AVE MEDIAN: 528.64 IRRIGATION REPAIRS: VARIOUS PARKS 515.88 IRRIGATION REPAIRS: VARIOUS PARKS 474.57 IRRIGATION REPAIRS: MURRIETATRAIL: 388.97 IRIGATION REPARIS: PRESLEY SLOPE 248.36 73,865.00 502970 8/25/2022 021998 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE VEHICLE MAINT: LAND DEV: PW 476.33 INC VEHICLE REPAIRS: TCSD: PW 44.83 521.16 Page:3 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 4 08/23/2022 1:19:24PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 502971 8/25/2022 005075 PRUDENTIAL OVERALL SUPPLY 502972 8/25/2022 022537 REFRIGERATION SUPPLIES, DISTRIBUTOR 502973 8/25/2022 020429 REMOTE SATELLITE SYSTEMS INTL (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total UNIFORM SVCS: STREET MAINT 48.59 UNIFORM SVCS: STREETS MAINT: PW 48.59 UNIFORM SVCS: STREETS MAINT: PW 48.59 UNIFORM SVCS: STREET MAINT 48.37 UNIFORM SVCS: STREET MAINT 48.37 UNIFORM SVCS: STREET MAINT 48.37 FLOOR MATS/TOWEL RENTALS: SENIOR 23.15 FLOOR MATS/TOWEL RENTALS: FOC 9.70 FLOOR MATS/TOWEL RENTALS: FOC 9.70 FLOOR MATS/TOWEL RENTALS: FOC 9.70 FLOOR MATS/TOWEL RENTALS: FOC 9.70 FLOOR MATS/TOWEL RENTALS: FOC 9.70 FLOOR MATS/TOWEL RENTALS: CRC 29.51 FLOOR MATS/TOWEL RENTALS: CRC 29.51 FLOOR MATS/TOWEL RENTALS: CRC 29.51 FLOOR MATS/TOWEL RENTALS: CRC 29.51 FLOOR MATS/TOWEL RENTALS: CRC 29.51 FLOOR MATS/TOWEL RENTALS: SENIOR 23.15 533.23 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: PARKING 224.58 GARAGE MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: FIRE STA 95 188.77 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: TPL 173.84 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: PARKING GARAC 137.01 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: PARKING GARAC 38.02 MISC HVAC SUPPLIES: CRC 22.32 784.54 JULY'22 SAT PH AIRTIME/SEPT FEE: 295.00 295.00 EOC Page:4 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 5 08/23/2022 1:19:24PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: eunion EFT UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 502974 8/25/2022 002412 RICHARDS WATSON AND GERSHON 502975 8/25/2022 004274 SAFEANDSECURE LOCKSMITH SRVC 502976 8/25/2022 009213 SHERRY BERRY MUSIC 502977 8/25/2022 013482 SILVERMAN ENTERPRISES INC, DBA BAS SECURITY 502978 8/25/2022 022051 SINGH GROUP INC 502979 8/25/2022 000645 SMARTAND FINAL INC 502980 8/25/2022 006145 STENO SOLUTIONS TRANSCRIPTION, SRVCS INC 502981 8/25/2022 016311 TIERCE, NICHOLAS 502982 8/25/2022 021603 TITAN RENTALS GROUP INC, TITAN TENT & EVENT RENTAL 502983 8/25/2022 018147 WADDLETON, JEFFREY L. 502984 8/25/2022 008402 WESTERN RIVERSIDE CO REG, CONSERVATION AUTHORITY (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total JUL 2022 LEGAL SERVICES 16,254.90 JUL 2022 LEGAL SERVICES 8,958.00 JUL 2022 LEGAL SERVICES 8,438.15 JUL 2022 LEGAL SERVICES 7,486.22 JUL 2022 LEGAL SERVICES 6,528.50 JUL 2022 LEGAL SERVICES 3,491.75 JUL 2022 LEGAL SERVICES 150.00 JUL 2022 LEGAL SERVICES 142.50 JUL 2022 LEGAL SERVICES 138.00 JUL 2022 LEGAL SERVICES 85.00 JUL 2022 LEGAL SERVICES 29.50 JUL 2022 LEGAL SERVICES 28.25 JUL 2022 LEGAL SERVICES 2,928.00 JUL 2022 LEGAL SERVICES 860.70 JUL 2022 LEGAL SERVICES 639.07 JUL 2022 LEGAL SERVICES 378.00 JUL 2022 LEGAL SERVICES 265.50 JUL 2022 LEGAL SERVICES 199.50 57,001.54 LOCKSMITH SVCS: LIBRARY 175.00 LOCKSMITH SVCS: LIBRARY 26.92 201.92 JAZZ @ THE MERC 08/11 385.00 385.00 OVERNIGHT SECURITY: TCSD 3,173.00 3,173.00 FACILITIES HOMELESS ENCAMPMENT CLEAN UP 3,676.00 3,676.00 MISC SUPPLIES: MPSC EVENTS: TCSD 298.05 MISC SUPPLIES: HUMAN SVCS: TCSD 152.25 450.30 Transcription services: Tern Sheriff 81.09 TRANSCRIPTION SERVICES: TEM SHERIFF 68.40 149.49 GRAPHIC DESIGN SVCS: THEATER 2,760.00 2,760.00 RENTALS: SPECIAL EVENTS: TCSD 1,313.24 1,313.24 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 949.90 DJ/MC Sound Services at Special Events 525.00 1,474.90 JUN '22 MSHCP PAYMENT 53,669.57 53,669.57 Page:S apChkLst Final Check List Page: 6 08/23/2022 1:19:24PM CITY OF TEMECULA Grand total for EFT UNION BANK: 257,707.19 Page6 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 7 08/23/2022 1:19:24PM CITY OF TEMECULA 38 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 257,707.19 Page:? apChkLst Final Check List Page: 1 08/25/2022 3:18:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 13823 7/18/2022 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 13827 7/19/2022 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 13828 7/20/2022 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 13829 7/20/2022 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 13885 7/21/2022 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC Description JUL INTERNET SVCS: CIVIC CENTER JULY INTERNET SVC 32131 S LOOP RD JUL INTERNET SVCS: LIBRARY JUL INTERNET SVCS: LIBRARY JUL INTERNET SVCS: CHILDRENS MUSEUM 13897 8/2/2022 022942 MOOD MEDIA NORTH AUG DISH NETWORK 41952 6TH ST AMERICA, HOLDINGS LLC 13898 8/2/2022 022942 MOOD MEDIA NORTH AUG DISH NETWORK 32131 AMERICA, HOLDINGS LLC BUTTERFIELD STG 13905 8/9/2022 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 000515 TEMECULA VALLEY CHAMBER REGISTRATION: STATE OF THE CITY: OF, COMMERCE PLANNIN 000515 TEMECULA VALLEY CHAMBER REGISTRATION: STATE OF THE CITY: OF, COMMERCE PLANNIN 020419 CHIPOTLE - CORP OFC RFRSHMNTS: PLANNING COMMISSION MTG 020536 WALL STREET JOURNAL DIGITAL SBSCPTN: COMMUNITY DEV 020370 BEENVERIFIED.COM DIGITAL SBSCPTN: CODE ENFORCEMENT 13908 7/29/2022 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE JULY INTERNET SVCS 28922 PUJOL ST 13909 7/29/2022 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE JULY INTERNET SVCS 41845 6TH ST 13910 8/1/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 7000066386743 41000 MAIN ST 13911 8/1/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 600000000717 41000 MAIN ST 13912 8/2/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700187069897 44173 BUTTERFIELD 13913 8/2/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700295838526 44747 REDHAWK PKWY Amount Paid Check Total 81.90 282.73 5.31 5.31 130.98 62.09 175.38 -70.00 -70.00 180.09 190.99 52.45 600.91 600.91 104.11 358.28 17.19 42.80 81.90 282.73 5.31 5.31 130.98 62.09 175.38 283.53 600.91 600.91 104.11 358.28 17.19 42.80 Page:1 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 2 08/25/2022 3:18:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 13914 8/2/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700376130476 29429 TEMECULA PKWY 13915 8/2/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700316536912 32131 S LOOP RD 13916 8/2/2022 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE JULY INTERNET SVCS 29119 MARGARITA RD 13917 8/1/2022 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC JUL INTERNET SVCS: COMMUNITY CTR 13918 8/1/2022 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC JUL INTERNET SVCS: SENIOR CTR 13919 8/1/2022 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC JUL INTERNET SVCS: CITY HALL 13920 8/1/2022 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC JUL INTERNET SVCS: CITY HALL 13922 8/3/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700034047650 44270 MEADOWS PKWY 13923 8/3/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700034500823 32932 LEENA WAY 13924 8/3/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700035621070 42335 MEADOWS PKWY 13925 8/3/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700035691903 43487 BUTTERFIELD 13926 8/3/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700079543781 30153 TEMECULA PKWY 13927 8/3/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700374361541 29429 TEMECULA PKWY 13928 8/3/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700278695390 41000 MAIN ST 13929 8/3/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700619156906 41000 MAIN ST 13930 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700025366655 41955 4TH ST 13931 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700230816695 28077 DIAZ RD Amount Paid Check Total 77.07 77.07 3,687.28 3,687.28 1,664.52 1,664.52 130.99 130.99 150.98 150.98 3,475.35 3,475.35 5,823.77 5,823.77 17.91 17.91 19.35 19.35 19.35 19.35 21.40 21.40 21.79 21.79 53.72 53.72 124.93 124.93 3,971.88 3,971.88 12.37 12.37 17.20 17.20 Paget apChkLst 08/25/2022 3:18:46PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 3 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 13932 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700451136031 41702 MAIN ST 18.00 18.00 13933 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700404123666 41638 18.81 18.81 WINCHESTER RD 13934 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700230666549 28079 DIAZ RD 20.73 20.73 13935 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700390915502 27991 DIAZ RD 21.53 21.53 13936 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700369097471 27407 DIAZ RD 21.96 21.96 13937 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700170354373 28402 MERCEDES 33.34 33.34 ST 13938 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700541167387 30027 FRONT ST 44.74 44.74 13939 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700169846034 41902 MAIN ST 163.26 163.26 13940 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700021560619 28300 MERCEDES 438.80 438.80 ST 13941 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700047442340 30498 TEMECULA 469.62 469.62 PKWY 13942 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700338442744 43210 BUSINESS 861.93 861.93 PARK DR 13943 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700618295727 41000 MAIN ST 1,130.43 1,130.43 13944 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 400395478239 41000 MAIN ST 1,386.23 1,386.23 13945 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700014812146 41951 MORAGA RD 1,407.82 1,407.82 13946 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700295805887 41375 MCCABE CT 1,602.39 1,602.39 13947 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700395923227 28314 MERCEDES 1,656.24 1,656.24 ST 13948 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700169903325 41904 MAIN ST 1,785.75 1,785.75 Page3 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 4 08/25/2022 3:18:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 13949 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 13950 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 13951 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 13952 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 13953 8/8/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 13955 8/9/2022 014486 VERIZON WIRELESS 13956 8/4/2022 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 13957 8/4/2022 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 13958 8/5/2022 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 13959 8/8/2022 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 13960 8/8/2022 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 13961 8/8/2022 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 13962 8/4/2022 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 13963 8/4/2022 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 13964 8/5/2022 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 13965 8/5/2022 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 13966 8/9/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total JULY 700024603688 41845 6TH ST 2,570.05 2,570.05 JULY 700168560580 28690 MERCEDES 2,624.93 2,624.93 ST JULY 700169717813 41000 MAIN ST 3,523.23 3,523.23 JULY 700350108713 43230 BUSINESS 4,295.37 4,295.37 PARK DR JULY 700000050665 43200 BUSINESS 5,156.28 5,156.28 PARK DR 6/15-7/15 12,614.68 12,614.68 CELLULAR/BROADBAND:CITYWIDE JULY INTERNET SVCS 32364 119.99 119.99 OVERLAND TRL JULY INTERNET SVCS 40820 600.91 600.91 WINCHESTER RD JULY INTERNET SVCS 28300 600.91 600.91 MERCEDES ST AUGUST INTERNET SVCS 30755 AULD 758.75 758.75 RD AUGUST INTERNET SVCS 41973 6TH 758.75 758.75 ST AUGUST INTERNET SVCS 41000 MAIN 3,163.19 3,163.19 ST JUL INTERNET SVCS: STATION 73 171.84 171.84 JUL INTERNET SVCS: LIBRARY 249.99 249.99 JUL INTERNET SVCS: CITY HALL 156.75 156.75 JUL INTERNET SVCS: CITY HALL 159.75 159.75 JULY 700240713022 41997 MARGARITA 16.98 16.98 RD Page:4 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 5 08/25/2022 3:18:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 13967 8/9/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 13968 8/9/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 13969 8/9/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 13970 8/9/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 13971 8/9/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 13972 8/9/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 13973 8/9/2022 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 13974 8/9/2022 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 13975 8/9/2022 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 13976 8/9/2022 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 13977 8/9/2022 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 13978 8/9/2022 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 13979 8/9/2022 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 13980 8/9/2022 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 13981 8/9/2022 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 13982 8/9/2022 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 13983 8/9/2022 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total JULY 700593845259 31523 WOLF 37.78 37.78 VALLEY RD JULY 7005933904368 46497 WOLF 51.78 51.78 CREEK DR JULY 700271963590 42061 MAIN ST 52.46 52.46 J U LY 700492769845 41000 MAIN ST 1,416.28 1,416.28 JULY 700562810212 41000 MAIN ST 2,165.44 2,165.44 JULY 700138949110 32211 WOLF 2,774.78 2,774.78 VALLEY RD JUL 196-025-0344-3: 42081 MAIN ST 4.04 4.04 JUL 026-671-2909-8: 42051 MAIN ST 14.79 14.79 JUL 060-293-3315-7: 28922 PUJOL 16.81 16.81 JUL 133-040-7373-0: 43210 BUS PARK 22.87 22.87 DR JUL 181-383-8881-6: 28314 MERCEDES 22.87 22.87 JUL 028-025-1468-3: 41375 MCCABE 24.89 24.89 JUL 101-525-0950-0: 28816 PUJOL 35.00 35.00 JUL 125-244-2108-3: 30600 PAUBA RD 37.13 37.13 JUL 129-582-9784-3: 43230 BUS PARK 49.15 49.15 DR JUL 021-725-0775-4: 41845 6TH ST 107.77 107.77 JUL 095-167-7907-2: 30650 PAUBA RD 154.89 154.89 Page:5 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 6 08/25/2022 3:18:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 13984 8/9/2022 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 13985 8/9/2022 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 13986 8/10/2022 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 13987 8/10/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 13988 8/10/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 13989 8/10/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 13990 8/10/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 13991 8/10/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 13992 8/10/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 13993 8/10/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 14016 8/11/2022 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 14017 8/12/2022 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY 14018 8/15/2022 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 14019 8/16/2022 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE 14020 8/16/2022 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 14021 8/17/2022 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC 14022 8/15/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total JUL 091-024-9300-5: 30875 RANCHO 485.75 485.75 VISTA JUL 129-535-4236-7: 41000 MAIN ST 2,173.48 2,173.48 AUG INTERNET SVCS: THEATER 150.98 150.98 JULY 700171448958 33451 S 0.69 0.69 HIGHWAY-79 JULY 700593944784 31738 WOLF 18.42 18.42 VALLEY RD JULY 700402997759 45538 REDWOOD 19.78 19.78 RD JULY 700505220908 41000 MAIN ST 44.86 44.86 JULY 700404043945 41000 MAIN ST 153.96 153.96 JULY 700335018442 45850 N WOLF 568.20 568.20 CREEK DR JULY 700385358210 30600 PAUBA RD 18,375.92 18,375.92 JUL 101-525-1560-6: 27415 121.43 121.43 ENTERPRISE CIR JUL 117-188-6393-6: 32131 S LOOP RD 133.72 133.72 AUGUST INTERNET SVCS 40820 5.34 5.34 WINCHESTER RD AUGUST INTERNET SVCS 41000 MAIN 1,383.51 1,383.51 ST AUG INTERNET SVCS: EOC 162.84 162.84 AUG INTERNET SVCS: CITY HALL 102.89 102.89 JULY 700581895061 29028 OLD TOWN 14.20 14.20 FRONT Pagefi apChkLst 08/25/2022 3:18:46PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 7 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 14023 8/15/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700390905802 28301 RANCHO 23.08 23.08 14024 8/15/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 7004544673905 41000 MAIN ST 126.09 126.09 14025 8/15/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700116582930 44205 MAIN ST 163.32 163.32 14026 8/15/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 600001509166 41000 MAIN ST 211.06 211.06 14027 8/15/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700037888042 32005 MURRIETA 219.87 219.87 HOT 14028 8/15/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700039456210 46146 WOLF 286.90 286.90 CREEK DR 14029 8/15/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700213755712 28816 PUJOL ST 1,364.30 1,364.30 14030 8/15/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700052349631 42081 MAIN ST 3,202.32 3,202.32 14031 8/15/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700173434428 42051 MAIN ST 9,838.10 9,838.10 14032 8/15/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700709687915 32103 SOMMERS 10,097.64 10,097.64 BEND 14033 8/16/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700418750458 31777 DE 18.76 18.76 PORTOLA RD 14034 8/16/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700251991189 45602 REDHAWK 22.94 22.94 PKWY 14035 8/16/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700306036256 41000 MAIN ST 93.40 93.40 14036 8/16/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700572390172 41000 MAIN ST 143.93 143.93 14037 8/17/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700619554097 30051 RANCHO 18.98 18.98 VISTA 14038 8/17/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700503663349 28916 PUJOL ST 55.34 55.34 14039 8/17/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700503770150 41000 MAIN ST 243.23 243.23 Page:? apChkLst 08/25/2022 3:18:46PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 8 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 14040 8/17/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JULY 700025717269 30875 RANCHO 14,202.42 14,202.42 VISTA RD 102125 8/12/2022 023027 MS -MOUNTAIN VIEW LLC REFUND: FEES: LD22-4338 10,713.00 10,713.00 102126 8/12/2022 023027 MS -MOUNTAIN VIEW LLC REFUND: FEES: LD22-4341 10,750.00 10,750.00 102127 8/12/2022 023027 MS -MOUNTAIN VIEW LLC REFUND: FEES: LD22-4340 9,270.00 9,270.00 102128 8/22/2022 023039 LOPEZ, PRISCILLA REFUND FOR DUPLICATE PAYMENT 184.20 184.20 102129 8/22/2022 023040 HENSON, VANESSA REFUND FOR DUPLICATE PAYMENT 167.40 167.40 102130 8/22/2022 023039 LOPEZ, PRISCILLA REFUND FOR DUPLICATE PAYMENT 292.80 292.80 209907 8/25/2022 013387 ADAME LANDSCAPE INC, DBA JUL SWEEPING SVCS: PRKG 540.00 SWEEPING UNLIMITED STRUCTURE AUG SWEEPING SRVCS: PRKG STRUCT 540.00 1,080.00 209908 8/25/2022 007282 AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES MISC SUPPLIES: CHIEF/BC: FIRE DEPT 172.98 INC MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP: RISK 71.76 MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP: INFO TECI 15.21 259.95 209909 8/25/2022 021952 AMCAL PUJOL FUND LP, DBA CDBG RENTAL ASSISTANCE: HINES 1,225.00 1,225.00 PORTOLATERRACE 209910 8/25/2022 022025 ARTHUR J GALLAGHER, RISK LIABILITY/PROP INS. 7/1/2022-7/1/2023 816,269.71 MANAGMENT SRVCS INC 22-23 BROKERAGE FEE 52,000.00 868,269.71 209911 8/25/2022 017149 B G P RECREATION INC TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 3,895.50 3,895.50 209912 8/25/2022 023035 BIKE TEMECULA VALLEY CORP CC DISCRETIONARY FUNDS: 2,500.00 2,500.00 SCHWANK 209913 8/25/2022 004262 BIO TOX LABORATORIES PHLEBOTOMY SVCS: TEM SHERIFF 1,190.97 PHLEBOTOMY SVCS: TEM SHERIFF 4,760.57 PHLEBOTOMY SVCS: TEM SHERIFF 51.55 6,003.09 209914 8/25/2022 005716 BIRTH CHOICE OF TEMECULA FY 22/23 DISCRETIONARY GRANDT 1,000.00 1,000.00 INC FUNDS 209915 8/25/2022 001323 BLUETRITON BRANDS INC, 6/23-7/22 WATER DELIV SVCS: TES 168.46 DBA READYREFRESH POOL 7/11-8/10 WATER DELIVERY SVCS: FOC 120.85 7/9-8/8 WATER DELIVERY SVCS: FOC 11.39 300.70 Page:8 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 9 08/25/2022 3:18:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 209916 8/25/2022 006614 CALIF CITY MANAGEMENT MEMEBERSHIP RENEWAL: EMPLOYEE #00218. 209917 8/25/2022 021851 CALIF NEWSPAPERS BID ADVERTISING: CITYWIDE CONC PARTNERSHIP, DBA SO CALIF RPR PW22- NEWS GROUP 209918 8/25/2022 022896 CAREERS IN GOVERNMENT SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING SVCS: HR INC 209919 8/25/2022 019878 CERTIFIED ACCESS WEBINAR REGISTRATION: BLDG & SPECIALIST, INSTITUTE SAFETY 209920 8/25/2022 009640 CERTIFION CORP DBA JUL ONLINE DATABASE SUBSCR: ENTERSECT POLICE 209921 8/25/2022 023017 CONDREN, BETTY REFUND: CLASSES: FIT, FUN, & FAB 209922 8/25/2022 012600 DAVID EVANS AND JUL ENG SVCS: BIDDING & CONST: ASSOCIATES INC PW18-03 209923 8/25/2022 000165 FEDERAL EXPRESS INC EXPRESS MAIL SVCS: SPEC EVENTS: TCSD 209924 8/25/2022 000380 FIRST STUDENT CHARTER, DAY CAMP TRANSPORTATION: TCSD DBA FIRST STUDENT INC 209925 8/25/2022 023043 GLOVER, DANIKA REFUND: PUBLIC SWIM 209926 8/25/2022 014100 GODS FAN CLUB, DBA CDBG: RENTAL ASSISTANCE: HANKI PROJECT TOUCH 209927 8/25/2022 019177 GOSCH FORD TEMECULA VEH REPAIR/MAINT: POLICE DEPT 209928 8/25/2022 013749 HELIXSTORM INC SURVEILLANCE SWITCHES SUPPORT: INFO TECH HPE FOUNDATION CARE: INFO TECH HPE TECH CARE DL360S & MSA: TPL NIMBLE HPE MAINT & SUPPORT: INFO TECH 209929 8/25/2022 003198 HOME DEPOT HARDWARE SUPPLIES: CITY FACILITIES 209930 8/25/2022 023034 HOT SOLUTIONS LLC CDBG: RENTAL ASSISTANCE: GIGLIO 209931 8/25/2022 003296 INTL CODE COUNCIL CODE BOOKS: PREVENTION: FIRE Amount Paid Check Total 400.00 400.00 1,112.48 1,112.48 750.00 750.00 1,075.00 1,075.00 200.00 200.00 16.25 16.25 147.00 147.00 13.35 13.35 848.77 848.77 30.00 30.00 1,075.00 1,075.00 1,924.66 1,924.66 12,228.00 3,456.00 7,177.50 70,212.60 93,074.10 189.19 189.19 3,000.00 3,000.00 3,977.97 3,977.97 Page9 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 10 08/25/2022 3:18:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description 209932 8/25/2022 003296 INTL CODE COUNCIL MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL: BLDG & SAFETY 209933 8/25/2022 022767 JAMBAJUICE TEAM PACE REFRESHMENTS 209934 8/25/2022 023038 KHALED, MOHAMMAD REFUND: SEC DEPOSIT. CRC 209935 8/25/2022 014432 LANAIR GROUP LLC MITEL CLOUD BACKUP: IT 209936 8/25/2022 004905 LIEBERT, CASSIDYAND APR LEGAL SVCS FOR TE060-00011 WHITMORE 209937 8/25/2022 023036 MATICS, DAVID REFUND: CANDIDATE STATEMENT FEE 209938 8/25/2022 011956 EMPLOYEE #00438 REIMB: TEAM PACE 209939 8/25/2022 017956 MONOPRICE INC MISC CABLES AND COMPUTER SUPPLIES: IT 209940 8/25/2022 010338 POOLAND ELECTRICAL, SSPLASH PAD CHEMICALS & PARTS: PRODUCTS INC PARKS 209941 8/25/2022 014354 PROQUEST, LLC ANCESTRY STWR RENEWAL: LIBRARY 209942 8/25/2022 023044 RUBY, KRISTEN DIANE REFUND: LIBRARY SMARTPAY 209943 8/25/2022 009980 SANBORN GWYNETH A, CO COUNTRY LIVE! @ THE MERC 8/20 TEMECULA MUSIC ACADEMY 209944 8/25/2022 017699 SARNOWSKI SHAWNA M PHOTOGRAPHY SVCS: TVM: TCSD PRESTON 209945 8/25/2022 021309 SB&O INC DESIGN, ENVIRO & SURVEY SVS: RRSP TRAILS 209946 8/25/2022 022542 SHIPPING CONTAINER DEPOT SHIPPING CONTAINER: EOC INC 209947 8/25/2022 000537 SO CALIF EDISON ELECTRIC SVC UTILITY UNDERGROUNDING: PW Amount Paid Check Total 265.00 265.00 420.00 420.00 200.00 200.00 1,800.00 1,800.00 2,290.50 2,290.50 600.00 600.00 353.44 353.44 550.24 550.24 753.93 753.93 1,219.88 1,219.88 5.99 5.99 674.75 674.75 175.00 175.00 13,433.75 13,433.75 4,080.00 4,080.00 298.84 298.84 Page:10 apChkLst 08/25/2022 3:18:46PM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 11 Bank: union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 209948 8/25/2022 000519 SOUTH COUNTY PEST PEST CONTROL SVCS: THEATER 94.00 CONTROL INC PEST CONTROL SVCS: CHILDRENS MUf 94.00 EMERG PEST CONTROL SVC: RRSP 124.00 PEST CONTROL SVCS: WEST WING 40.00 PEST CONTROL SVCS: STA 95 80.00 PEST CONTROL SVCS: STA 92 42.00 PEST CONTROL SVCS: PHBSP 70.00 PEST CONTROL SVCS: DUCK POND 49.00 PEST CONTROL SVCS: SPLASH PAD 49.00 PEST CONTROL SVCS: WOLF CREEK Pk 49.00 PEST CONTROL SVCS: OATC 48.00 PEST CONTROL SVCS: STA 12 74.00 PEST CONTROL SVCS: TVE2 56.00 PEST CONTROL SVCS: FIRE STA 12 74.00 PEST CONTROL SVC: PBSP 94.00 PEST CONTROL SVCS: FIRE STA 73 68.00 PEST CONTROL SVCS: FIRE STA 84 80.00 PEST CONTROL SVCS: FIRE STA 95 80.00 1,265.00 209949 8/25/2022 000293 STADIUM PIZZA INC RFRSHMNTS: HUMAN SVCS: 100.79 WORKFORCE RFRSHMNTS: HUMAN SVCS: WORKFOR 171.84 RFRSHMNTS: HUMAN SVCS: WORKFOR 317.29 RFRSHMNTS: HUMAN SVCS: WORKFOR 222.48 RFRSHMNTS: HUMAN SVCS: WORKFOR 153.50 RFRSHMNTS: HUMAN SVCS: WORKFOR 165.03 1,130.93 209950 8/25/2022 008337 STAPLES BUSINESS CREDIT MISC OFC SUPPLIES: TCSD 42.43 MISC OFC SUPPLIES: MALL STOREFROI 500.63 543.06 209951 8/25/2022 019910 TEMPEL, SKYLAR REFUND: CANDIDATE STATEMENT FEE 600.00 600.00 209952 8/25/2022 019291 TLK ICE, INC., DBA:KONA ICE RFRSHMNTS: COLORRUN 1,950.00 1,950.00 TEMECULA VAL PARTICIPANTS: TCSD 209953 8/25/2022 010046 TV CONVENTION &VISITORS JUN '22 BUS. IMPRV DISTRICT 238,361.91 238,361.91 BUREAU, DBA VISIT TEMECULA ASMNTS VALLEY 209954 8/25/2022 011114 VERBANIC, CARL, DBA CARL'S RFRSHMNTS: PUMP TRACK EVENT 1,770.00 1,770.00 HAWAIIAN SHAVE 209955 8/25/2022 014486 VERIZON WIRELESS 7/11-8/10 TASK FORCE TABLETS 586.14 586.14 POLICE 209956 8/25/2022 022692 VERSA PRODUCTS INC Stand Up Desk Egonomic Items 1,072.00 1,072.00 Page:11 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 12 08/25/2022 3:18:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Grand total for UNION BANK: 1,440,047.08 Page:12 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 13 08/25/2022 3:18:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA 173 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 1,440,047.08 Page:13 tem No. 4 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk DATE: September 13, 2022 SUBJECT: Accept the Notice of Draft Amendments for the 2022 Conflict of Interest Code PREPARED BY: Randi Johl, Director of Legislative Affairs/City Clerk RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council accept the notice of draft amendments to the Conflict of Interest Code for the 2022 calendar year pursuant to Government Code 87306.5 and direct the City Clerk to publish the Notice of Intent. BACKGROUND: As the Code reviewing body under the Political Reform Act, the City Council is required to review the City's Conflict of Interest Code biennially to determine whether or not an amendment to the Code is necessary. The attached draft Exhibit A makes proposed changes to the Code based on conditions occurring since the last update in 2020. The attached resolution is in draft form and the Notice of Intent must be posted to begin the 45-day public comment period on the proposed changes. A final version will be brought back to the Council for approval on November 8, 2022. The proposed changes reflect title changes of positions that already exist in the code, reclassifications, vacancies, and/or the addition and deletion of positions based on an examination of their involvement in the decision making process. The changes are reflected in underline/strikeout format in the draft Exhibit A. The City Attorney, City Clerk and Executive Management staff have reviewed the proposed changes and concur with the recommendation. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: 1. Notice of Intent 2. Biennial Notice 3. Draft Resolution 4. Draft Exhibit A NOTICE OF INTENT TO AMEND THE CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Temecula intends to amend its existing conflict of interest code. Revisions to the existing conflict of interest code and list of designated employees who are required to file Statement of Economic Interests may include position title changes, reclassifications, vacancies, and/or the addition and deletion of positions based on an examination of their involvement in the decision making process. A full copy of the proposed amended conflict of interest code is available in the Office of the City Clerk for review and inspection. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the City of Temecula has established a written comment period for interested persons to submit comments pertaining to the proposed amended conflict of interest code. Comments must be submitted in writing to the Office of the City Clerk no later than November 1, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. to be considered by the City Council when it takes action on the proposed amended conflict of interest code. The City Council is scheduled to take action on the proposed conflict of interest code on November 8, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. Inquiries concerning the proposed amended conflict of interest code may be directed to the Office of the City Clerk at (951) 694-6444 or by email to rand i.iohl(a�temeculaca.gov. 2022 Local Agency Biennial Notice Name of Agency: City Of Temecula Mailing Address: Contact Person 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590 Randi Johl, City Clerk Email: randi.johI@temeculaca.gov Phone No Alternate Email: 951-694-6444 N/A Accurate disclosure is essential to monitor whether officials have conflicts of interest and to help ensure public trust in government. The biennial review examines current programs to ensure that the agency's code includes disclosure by those agency officials who make or participate in making governmental decisions. This agency has reviewed its conflict of interest code and has determined that (check one BOX): ❑ An amendment is required. The following amendments are necessary: (Check all that apply.) 0 Include new positions ❑ Revise disclosure categories ❑ Revise the titles of existing positions 0 Delete titles of positions that have been abolished and/or positions that no longer make or participate in making governmental decisions ❑ Other (describe) ❑ The code is currently under review by the code reviewing body. ❑ No amendment is required. (If your code is over five years old, amendments may be necessary.) Verification (to be completed if no amendment is required) This agency's code accurately designates all positions that make or participate in the making of governmental decisions. The disclosure assigned to those positions accurately requires that all investments, business positions, interests in real property, and sources of income that may foreseeably be affected materially by the decisions made by those holding designated positions are reported. The code includes all other provisions required by Government Code Section 87302. Signature of Chief Executive Officer Date All agencies must complete and return this notice regardless of how recently your code was approved or amended. Please return this notice no later than October 3, 2022, or by the date specified by your agency, if earlier, to: (PLACE RETURN ADDRESS OF CODE REVIEWING BODY HERE) PLEASE DO NOT RETURN THIS FORM TO THE FPPC. www.fppc.ca.gov FPPC Advice: adviceC@fppc.ca.gov (866.275.3772) Page 1 of 1 RESOLUTION NO. 2022- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING THE CITY'S 2022 CONFLICT OF INTEREST CODE THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The City Council of the City of Temecula has previously adopted a Conflict of Interest Code to apply to certain officers and employees of the City with an Exhibit A designating certain positions within the City that require the filing of economic disclosure forms. Section 2. The City Council of the City of Temecula does hereby amend the Conflict of Interest Code for the City of Temecula by deleting Exhibit A and substituting in its place a new Exhibit A, which is attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference. Section 3. The City Clerk shall certify the adoption of this resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this day of , Matt Rahn, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, Resolution No. 2022- was duly and regularly adopted Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the day of AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: do hereby certify that the foregoing by the City Council of the City of , by the following vote: Randi Johl, City Clerk SECTION 2. EXHIBIT A DESIGNATED CITY OF TEMECULA EMPLOYEES AND DISCLOSURE CATEGORIES The following positions entail the making or participating in the making of decisions which could have a material effect on financial interests. Designated Position Disclosure Categories Assistant City Manager 1 Assistant Director of Community Development 1 Assistant Director of Community Services 1 Assistant Director of Finance 1 Assistant Director of Information Technology and Support Services 1 Assistant to the City Manager 1 Building Official 1 Chief of Police 1 Community Services Superintendent 1 Deputy City Manager 1 Designated Consultant* 1 Director of Community Development 1 Director of Community Services 1 Director of Finance 1 Director of Human Resources and Risk Management 1 Director of Information Technology and Support Services 1 Director of Legislative Affairs / City Clerk 1 Director of Public Works/City Engineer 1 Economic Development Manager 1 Engineering Manager 1 Exempt Officials 0 Fire Chief Finance Manager Fiscal Services Manager Information Technology Manager Maintenance Manager Planning Manager Principal Civil Engineer Principal Management Analyst Principal Planner P-urnhasiniv AA�n�ivor Senior Civil Engineer Senior Management Analyst Senior Planner Members of all City Commissions, Boards, and Committees (Other than Government 87200 Filers) DESIGNATED CONSULTANTS: Consultants who fit into one or more of the following categories shall be included in the list of designated employees as "Designated Consultants": 1. Consultants who make (not just recommend) governmental decisions, such as whether to approve a rate, rule, or regulation, whether to issue, deny, suspend, or revoke any permit, license, application, certificate or similar authorization, adopt or grant City approval to a plan, design, report, study, or adopt or grant City approval of policies, standards, or guidelines for the City or any subdivision thereof. 2. Consultants who serve in a staff capacity with the City, and in that capacity participate in making a governmental decision by providing information, an opinion, or a recommendation for the purpose of affecting the decision without significant intervening substantive review. 3. Consultants who perform the same or substantially all the same duties for the City that would otherwise be performed by an individual holding a designated position in the City's Conflict of Interest Code. When the consultant is a corporation, partnership, or limited liability company, only individuals who fit into one of the three categories of "Designated Consultants" described above must file disclosure statements. Designated Consultant shall report all reportable interests in real property in the jurisdiction; reportable income and business positions; reportable investments; and reportable gifts within the disclosure category applicable to Designated Consultants unless the City Manager determines in writing that a particular consultant is hired to perform a range of duties that is limited in scope and thus is not required to fully comply with the disclosure requirements described in the section. If the City Manager determines in writing that a particular consultant is not required to fully comply with the requisite disclosure requirements, then such written determination shall include a description of the consultant's duties and based upon that description, a statement of the extent of disclosure requirements. The City Manager's determination is a public record and shall be retained for public inspection in the same manner and location as this Conflict of Interest Code. ** The Mayor, City Council, Members of the Planning Commission, City Manager, City Attorney, and City Treasurer are all required to file disclosure statements pursuant to (Government Code 87200) and are thus not included herein. Item No. 5 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: September 13, 2022 SUBJECT: Approve Service Agreement with the County of Riverside for Murrieta Hot Springs Road Slurry Seal Improvements PREPARED BY: Amer Attar, Engineering Manager RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approve a service agreement with the County of Riverside for Murrieta Hot Springs Road Slurry Seal Improvements and authorize the City Manager to sign the agreement. BACKGROUND: The County of Riverside is undertaking a road resurfacing project within their jurisdiction in the Temecula area. One of the streets they are resurfacing is Murrieta Hot Springs Road. Portions of this street falls within City of Temecula jurisdiction. The County inquired from the City if there was an interest from the City to have the County include the portion of the street in Temecula in the County project. Staff affirmed to the County the City's interest in including the improvements within the City's jurisdiction in the County's project. The project consists of slurry sealing two segments of Murrieta Hot Springs Road within the City of Temecula. The first segment is from approximately 2,165 feet east of Calistoga Drive to 2,815 feet east of Calistoga Drive, approximately 650 linear feet by 60 feet wide (39,000 square feet). The second segment is from Red Post Circle to Butterfield Stage Road, approximately 3,580 linear feet by 66 feet wide (236,280 square feet). The work involve removal of striping and pavement markings, cleaning and filling of cracks, applying slurry, and restoring striping and pavement markings. The County of Riverside has asked that the City execute an agreement with the County for this work. The County of Riverside estimate for the work within the City of Temecula jurisdiction is $139,576. This includes $110,576 for construction, a $12,000 contingency, and $17,000 for administration, inspection and testing (about 15%). In accordance with Section 1, Item #10 of the agreement, the County will furnish the City a final reconciliation of expenses for the City's portion of the project within ninety (90) days following the completion and acceptance of the project. FISCAL IMPACT: The Pavement Rehabilitation Program — Citywide is included in the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Budget, Fiscal Years 2023-27. The amount of the agreement with the County of Riverside, $139,576, will be paid using funds from this project. Adequate funds are available in the project accounts. ATTACHMENTS: Service Agreement with the County of Riverside Murrieta Hot Springs Road Slurry Seal Improvements 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 SERVICE AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE AND CITY OF TEMECULA FOR MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS ROAD SLURRY SEAL IMPROVEMENTS This Agreement is entered into this day of , 2022, by and between the County of Riverside, a political subdivision of the State of California, on behalf of its Transportation Department (hereinafter "COUNTY") and the City of Temecula, a municipal corporation, (hereinafter "CITY") for slurry seal improvements located within the jurisdictional boundaries of CITY. The COUNTY and CITY are sometimes hereinafter referred to individually as a "PARTY" and collectively as the "PARTIES". RECITALS A. WHEREAS, CITY has determined to seal the existing asphalt surface on Murrieta Hot Springs Road which consists of two segments: segment 1 from approximately 2,165' E of Calistoga Drive to 2,815' E of Calistoga Drive (approximately 650 linear feet by 60 feet wide) and segment 2 from Red Post Circle to Butterfield Stage Road (approximately 3,580 linear feet by 66 feet wide) in the Temecula area of Riverside County ("CITY PROJECT"); and B. WHEREAS, CITY has determined that it requires construction services to place the Slurry Seal on Murrieta Hot Springs Road as shown in Exhibit A and that a Slurry Seal will be applied that consists of the application of a mixture of water, asphalt emulsion, aggregate, and chemical additives to an existing asphalt concrete pavement surface; and C. WHEREAS, COUNTY is fully qualified to administer the work that includes traffic control, rout and seal random cracks, replacement of any pavement markings, including cross walks, striping and raised pavement markers; and D. WHEREAS, COUNTY has Slurry Seal improvement projects within the jurisdictional boundaries of 0 County of Riverside & City of Lake Elsinore Service Agreement Murrieta Hot Springs Road Slurry Seal Improvements 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 COUNTY, which Slurry Seal improvement projects are sometimes hereinafter referred to collectively as "COUNTY PROJECT". E. WHEREAS, CITY will benefit from the cost savings associated with a larger improvement project, and CITY desires to work with the COUNTY to construct the CITY PROJECT, together with the COUNTY PROJECT since COUNTY has extensive experience in the development and implementation of similar type projects. F. WHEREAS, COUNTY will therefore provide the administrative, technical, managerial, and support services necessary for the implementation of the CITY PROJECT as part of the COUNTY PROJECT. G. WHEREAS, COUNTY and CITY desire to define herein the terms and conditions under which said CITY PROJECT is to be administered, engineered, coordinated, and constructed. AGREEMENT NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises contained herein, the PARTIES hereto agree as follows: SECTION 1 • COUNTY AGREES to: 1. Act as the lead agency on behalf of the CITY for the overall implementation of the CITY PROJECT. The COUNTY is providing services on a reimbursable basis and has no obligation to fund any portion of the CITY PROJECT. Nothing in this Agreement is intended to commit the COUNTY to provide replacement funding for or to continue with the CITY PROJECT, if funds are not available. 2. Furnish CITY with detailed Plans, Specifications & Estimate (PS&E) documents for the CITY PROJECT. Final plans for improvements are prepared to COUNTY standards, and signed by a Civil Engineer registered in the State of California. Deviations from standards shall be coordinated with and approved by CITY. COUNTY shall not begin construction within CITY until CITY has approved the CITY PROJECT portion of the PS&E documents, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. 3. Direct COUNTY's contractor to identify any existing surface utility facilities within the limits of the CITY PROJECT and to protect the facilities as detailed in the Special Provisions of the PS&E. 4. Direct COUNTY's contractor to make written application to CITY for an encroachment permit authorizing entry into CITY right of way for the purposes of constructing COUNTY PROJECT and CITY PROJECT. 5. Advertise, award, and administer a public works contract for the construction of the COUNTY PROJECT County of Riverside & City of Lake Elsinore Service Agreement Murrieta Hot Springs Road Slurry Seal Improvements 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 and the CITY PROJECT in accordance with all applicable federal, state or local statutes, ordinances, orders, governmental requirements, laws or regulations, including but not limited to the local agency public construction codes, California Labor Code, and California Public Contract Code, and in accordance with the encroachment permits issued by CITY. 6. Furnish a representative to perform the function of Resident Engineer during construction of CITY PROJECT. 7. Furnish qualified support staff to assist the Resident Engineer in, but not limited to, construction surveys, soils and compaction tests, measurement and computation of quantities, testing of construction materials, checking submittals, preparation of estimates and reports, preparation of as -built drawings, and other inspection and staff services necessary to assure that the construction is performed in accordance with the PS&E documents. 8. Construct the CITY PROJECT in accordance with approved PS&E documents. 9. Submit any contract change order that causes the construction contract to exceed 10% of the contract bid amount for CITY PROJECT improvements to CITY for review and approval prior to final authorization by COUNTY. If any contract change order causes the construction contract to change by less than 10% of the bid amount for CITY PROJECT, COUNTY is authorized by CITY approval of this Agreement to move forward with such change. 10. Furnish CITY a final reconciliation of CITY PROJECT expenses within ninety (90) days following the completion and acceptance of the COUNTY PROJECT and CITY PROJECT construction contract. If final costs associated with the CITY PROJECT are in excess of the Deposit provided in Section 2, COUNTY shall include a final bill with the financial reconciliation. If final costs associated with the CITY PROJECT are less than the Deposit provided in Section 2, COUNTY shall include a reimbursement for the difference with the financial reconciliation. 11. Provide CITY one complete set of reproducible as -built plans and all contract documents including calculations, estimates, and other documents produced as part of this contract within ninety (90) days after completion and acceptance of the CITY PROJECT. SECTION 2 • CITY AGREES to: County of Riverside & City of Lake Elsinore Service Agreement Murrieta Hot Springs Road Slurry Seal Improvements 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 1. Fund one hundred percent (100%) of the cost of the CITY PROJECT, as shown in Exhibit "B". CITY agrees that should unforeseen circumstances arise which result in an increase of any costs over those shown in Exhibit "B", CITY will pay such costs pursuant to Subsection 10 and Subsection 11 of Section 1. 2. Deposit with COUNTY, prior to COUNTY start of work and upon written request by COUNTY, One Hundred Thirty Nine Thousand Five Hundred Seventy Six Dollars and No Cents ($139,576.00) (the "Deposit'), which represents one hundred percent (100%) of the costs to complete construction including construction administration, inspection and materials testing and contingency for CITY PROJECT, as provided in Exhibit M 3. Prepare and approve CEQA clearance for the CITY PROJECT. 4. Issue, at no cost to COUNTY or its contractor, upon proper application by COUNTY or COUNTY`s contractor, an encroachment permit authorizing entry onto CITY right-of-way to complete construction, including traffic control, construction survey, inspection and materials testing for the COUNTY PROJECT and CITY PROJECT. 5. Provide at no cost to the COUNTY, oversight of the CITY PROJECT, to provide prompt reviews and approvals, as appropriate, of submittals by COUNTY, and to cooperate in timely processing of the CITY PROJECT. 6. Provide at no cost to COUNTY, a representative to coordinate and assist the COUNTY Resident Engineer during the construction of the CITY PROJECT and to verify facilities are constructed as required by this Agreement. 7. Pay COUNTY for any final costs associated with the CITY PROJECT that are in excess of the Deposit as determined pursuant to Subsection 11 of Section 1. SECTION 3 • IT IS MUTUALLY AGREED AS FOLLOWS: 1. If upon opening of bids for construction of the CITY PROJECT the bids indicate a cost overrun of no more than ten percent (10%) of the construction cost estimate will occur, as described in Exhibit "B", COUNTY may award the contract. 2. If upon opening of bids it is found that a cost overrun exceeding ten percent (10%) of the construction cost estimate will occur, COUNTY and CITY shall endeavor to agree upon an alternative course of action. If, County of Riverside & City of Lake Elsinore Service Agreement Murrieta Hot Springs Road Slurry Seal Improvements 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 after fourteen (14) calendar days from the date of bid opening, an alternative course of action is not agreed upon, this Agreement shall be deemed to be terminated by mutual consent. COUNTY shall reimburse CITY within forty-five (45) days of termination. 3. COUNTY and CITY acknowledge and agree that any funding shortfall for the completion of the CITY PROJECT will be the sole responsibility of CITY. Nothing in this Agreement is intended to commit the COUNTY to funding any portion of CITY PROJECT, or shall be construed as obligating the COUNTY to provide replacement funding for any anticipated funding or to continue with the CITY PROJECT, if funds are no longer available. In the event that adequate funds are not available to move forward or to complete CITY PROJECT, PARTIES agree to meet and confer and collectively work to identify adequate funding for CITY PROJECT. 4. The total cost to CITY to complete construction, including construction administration, inspection and materials testing and a ten percent (10%) contingency for CITY PROJECT is estimated to be One Hundred Thirty Nine Thousand Five Hundred Seventy Six Dollars and No Cents ($139,576.00) as detailed in Exhibit M 5. COUNTY shall not be obligated to commence the CITY PROJECT until after receipt of CITY's Deposit as required in Section 2. 6. Construction by COUNTY of improvements for CITY PROJECT shall not be commenced until an Encroachment Permit to COUNTY, or COUNTY's contractor, authorizing such work has been issued by CITY. 7. COUNTY shall cause COUNTY's contractor to maintain in force, until completion and acceptance of the Slurry Seal Improvements, a policy of Commercial Liability Insurance, including coverage of Bodily Injury Liability and Property Damage Liability, in the amount of $2,000,000 minimum single limit coverage, and a policy of Automobile Liability Insurance in the amount of $1,000,000 minimum. Endorsements to each policy shall be required which name CITY, its officers, agents and employees, as additionally insured. COUNTY shall also require COUNTY's contractor to maintain Worker's Compensation Insurance. COUNTY shall cause COUNTY's contractor to provide Certificates of Insurance and Additional Insured Endorsements which meet the requirements of this section to CITY prior to the start of construction. County of Riverside & City of Lake Elsinore Service Agreement Murrieta Hot Springs Road Slurry Seal Improvements 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 8. Ownership and title to all materials, equipment, and appurtenances installed as part of this Agreement will be automatically vested with the jurisdiction in which the improvements reside and no further agreement will be necessary to transfer ownership. 9. CITY shall be responsible for the maintenance of the improvements provided by CITY PROJECT within CITY right of way except as specified in this Agreement or future agreements. 10. No alteration or variation of the terms of this Agreement shall be valid unless made in writing and signed by all PARTIES and no oral understanding or agreement not incorporated herein shall be binding on each PARTY hereto. 11. Neither COUNTY nor any officer or employee thereof shall be responsible for any damage or liability occurring by reason of any act or omission of CITY under or in connection with any work, authority or jurisdiction delegated to CITY under this Agreement. It is further agreed that pursuant to Government Code Section 895.4, CITY shall fully indemnify and hold COUNTY harmless from any liability imposed for injury (as defined by Government Code Section 810.8) occurring by reason of any act or omission of CITY under or in connection with any work, authority or jurisdiction delegated to CITY under this Agreement. 12. Neither CITY nor any officer or employee thereof shall be responsible for any damage or liability occurring by reason of any act or omission of COUNTY under or in connection with any work, authority or jurisdiction delegated to COUNTY under this Agreement. It is further agreed that pursuant to Government Code Section 895.4, COUNTY shall fully indemnify and hold CITY harmless from any liability imposed for injury (as defined by Government Code Section 810.8) occurring by reason of any act or omission of COUNTY under or in connection with any work, authority orjurisdiction delegated to COUNTY under this Agreement. 13. In the event that CITY defaults in the performance of any of its obligations under this Agreement or materially breaches any of the provisions of this Agreement, the COUNTY shall have the option to terminate this Agreement upon ninety (90) days written notice to CITY. 14. CITY and COUNTY shall retain or cause to be retained for audit, all records and accounts relating to the CITY PROJECT for a period of minimum three (3) years from the date of Notice of Completion of the CITY PROJECT. 15. All notices, demands, invoices, and other communications required or permitted hereunder shall be in Q County of Riverside & City of Lake Elsinore Service Agreement Murrieta Hot Springs Road Slurry Seal Improvements writing and delivered to the following addresses or such other address as the PARTIES may designate: COUNTY: CITY: Riverside County Transportation Department City of Temecula Attn: Mark Lancaster Attn: Patrick Thomas Director of Transportation Director of Public Work 4080 Lemon Street, 8th Floor 11000 Main Street Riverside, CA 92501 Temecula, CA 92590 Phone: (951) 955-6740 Phone: (951) 506-5163 [Signature Page Follows] County of Riverside & City of Lake Elsinore Service Agreement Q Murrieta Hot Springs Road Slurry Seal Improvements APPROVALS COUNTY Approvals RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVAL: MARK LANCASTER Director of Transportation APPROVED AS TO FORM: GREGORY P. PRIAMOS, COUNTY COUNSEL By DANIELLE MALAND Deputy County Counsel APPROVAL BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS KAREN SPIEGEL PRINTED NAME Chair, Riverside County Board of Supervisors ATTEST: KECIA R. HARPER Clerk of the Board (SEAL) CITY OF TEMECULA Approvals APPROVED BY: PRINTED NAME City Manager APPROVED AS TO FORM: PRINTED NAME City Attorney ATTEST: PRINTED NAME City Clerk County of Riverside & City of Lake Elsinore Service Agreement Q Murrieta Hot Springs Road Slurry Seal Improvements EXHIBIT A VICINITY/ CITY PROJECT MAP �p�� 61 Bl89A LfEA CIR ? o ♦ 5 Qil 124C, 'i�� i�N�rooaa 125B OR \\ r 1 3 „ II VII wHISFLING AIWES pR P DID IN EEl1DR POEG 11RN'Gq o iry fA MRNRff yr3AR m R0 51472A q A oll x�—I =11 �� r Ill — ,s.__ mil I III sll 5 .,Ell3£ _ W IfRgp If III =11 MNNNI[TA HNT SPRINGS RN -lf III --- �1�1! 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V I d �r SFOG[W4Y_=M— eR� fRSf MPfA \ �I 4 ��„ III l� II 7fY4[fNiX WAY�'�li 1l SS\t%t ein Ir� — County of Riverside & City of Lake Elsinore Service Agreement Q Murrieta Hot Springs Road Slurry Seal Improvements EXHIBIT B CITY PROJECT BUDGET ESTIMATED COSTS: TASK COSTS Construction $110,576.00 Contingency (10%) $12,000.00 Administration, Inspection & Testing (15%) $17,000.00 TOTAL COST $139,576.00 County of Riverside & City of Lake Elsinore Service Agreement Item No. 6 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: September 13, 2022 SUBJECT: Approve Cooperative Agreement Between Riverside County Transportation Commission and City of Temecula Regarding French Valley Parkway Project Incorporation of I-15 Smart Freeway Project Elements PREPARED BY: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approve a cooperative agreement between the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) and City of Temecula regarding incorporation of I-15 Smart Freeway Project elements into the City's I-15/French Valley Parkway, Phase II Project; and funding for the projects. BACKGROUND: RCTC, in partnership with Caltrans, is preparing plans for the I-15 Smart Freeway pilot project on northbound Interstate 15 from the San Diego/Riverside County Line to the I-151-215 Interchange in Murrieta. The Smart Freeway Project is intended to help improve safety and maintain a steady flow of traffic for this eight -mile section of roadway that has frequent congestion. Sensors and other technology will track traffic on northbound I-15 while adjusting ramp metering at I-15 and Temecula Parkway, Rancho California Road, and Winchester Road. The metering at the three interchanges will work as a system for the corridor and provide real-time traffic flow information to motorists. Once funding and environmental approvals are secured, construction could begin in early 2023. The City is preparing plans for the I-15/French Valley Parkway, Phase II project and intends to solicit construction bids in September and start construction in December, 2022. Some elements of the Smart Freeway Project will need to be incorporated into the I-15/French Valley Parkway, Phase II project, such as shifting the sensors placed on the Winchester Road on -ramp to the northbound I-15 collector -distributor road. According to the proposed Cooperative Agreement, the Smart Freeway Project elements will be added to the I-15/French Valley Parkway, Phase II project by issuance of a Contract Change Order following contract award. The cost of the change order will be added to the total cost of the project. If the I-15/French Valley Parkway, Phase II project bids come in higher than the City's allocated funding amounts identified in the current FTIP for the project, it is anticipated that the City will seek assistance from RCTC to fund the shortfall, including the cost of the change order for the Smart Freeway Project elements. FISCAL IMPACT: Funding for incorporation of the Smart Freeway Project elements us expected to be available in the CIP budget for the I-I5/French Valley Parkway, Phase II project. Depending on construction bids for this project, it may be necessary to seek funding assistance from RCTC for any funding shortfall, including cost of the Smart Freeway Project elements. ATTACHMENTS: Cooperative Agreement 8-9-22 COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT BETWEEN RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AND CITY OF TEMECULA RE FRENCH VALLEY PARKWAY PROJECT INCORPORATION OF I-15 SMART FREEWAY PROJECT ELEMENTS THIS COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT is made and entered into as of , 2022 by and between the City of Temecula, a municipal corporation ("City"), and the Riverside County Transportation Commission, a county transportation commission created and existing pursuant to Public Utilities Code Sections 130053 and 130053.5. In consideration of the mutual covenants, conditions and undertakings set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: 1. The purpose of this agreement is to document agreements reached between the City and RCTC, and the agreed upon roles and responsibilities for incorporation of I-15 SMART freeway elements into the French Valley Parkway Project ("Project"). 2. The City shall be responsible for the Project Approval / Environmental Document ("PA/ED"); Plans, Specifications, and Estimates ("PS&E"); and Award, Advertisement and Administration ("AAA") of the French Valley Parkway Project ("FVPW") EA 08-432724. RCTC shall be responsible for development of the PANED; PS&E; and AAA for the I-15 SMART freeway project EA- 1L900. 3. Some elements and features of RCTC's I-15 SMART freeway project ("Elements") will need to be incorporated into the Project to ensure that the Coordinated Adaptive Ramp Metering ("CARM") system continues to function after the Project is constructed. A. The Elements include, but are not limited to, shifting the sensors placed on the Winchester Road on -ramp to the northbound I-15 collector -distributor road. RCTC's design consultant has prepared a separate PS&E package for incorporation of the Elements into the Project. B. The City shall incorporate the Elements into the Project construction contract pursuant to a Contract Change Order ("CCO") to be issued by the City to its Project construction contractor following contract award. C. The PS&E package for the Elements will be reviewed and approved by Caltrans prior to its submission by RCTC to the City for incorporation into the Project. D. RCTC has coordinated with Caltrans to develop and finalize the environmental revalidation for the Elements to allow for their incorporation into the Project. The revalidation was finalized and approved by Caltrans on February 9, 2022. E. The PS&E for the Elements includes work that is of a similar nature to the Project work. Standard submittals, shop drawings, materials, and requests for information ("RFI") for work related to the Elements which is similar to the Project work will be reviewed by the City's design engineer. -1- 8-9-22 F. For work related to the Elements that is non-standard and unique, the submittals, shop drawings, materials, and RFIs will be reviewed by RCTC's design consultant for the 1-15 SMART freeway project, WSP USA Inc. ("WSP"). WSP's response to these documents will be provided to the City for issuance to its construction contractor. G. If field meetings are required for the CCO work, the City shall notify ROTC, and the meetings will be attended by RCTC and WSP. H. As -built drawings for the CCO work for the Elements shall be developed by WSP with field mark-ups provided by the City. The As-builts will be provided to the City for incorporation into the final as-builts for the Project. 4. The City shall provide construction management services for construction of the Elements, and shall ensure that the Elements are constructed in accordance with the PS&E for the Elements. 5. The City shall fund the cost of the CCO for the Elements. A. If the Project bids come in higher than the City's allocated funding amount identified in the current FTIP for the Project, it is anticipated that the City will seek assistance from RCTC to fund the shortfall, including the CCO costs for the Elements. This Agreement does not commit RCTC to provide such assistance. Also, it is understood by the parties that this Agreement does not violate terms of any of the funding sources for the City's FVP project. B. RCTC shall promptly and diligently review the CCO for the City prior to its execution. 6. Provisions of CCO A. The CCO shall require that: 1) RCTC, its directors, officials, officers, employees, be included as an additional insured under the construction contractor's insurance policies; 2) RCTC, its directors, officials, officers, employees, be included as an indemnified parties under the indemnification provision in the construction contract; and 3) The work for the Elements will be warranted and completed in accordance with the standard terms and conditions of the City's construction contract. B. The parties agree that the City will enforce any warranty claims on behalf of RCTC. C. If claims arise from the CCO work for the Elements, the City shall notify RCTC and coordinate the response with RCTC and WSP. Any additional costs associated with the resolution of such claims shall be paid for by the City from funds allocated by the City for the Project. If additional funding is required beyond the Project budget for resolution of such claims, -2- 8-9-22 the City and RCTC shall meet in good faith to determine an equitable resolution based on the nature of the claims and related considerations. 7. General A. Each party to this Agreement shall indemnify, defend and hold the other party, its directors, officials, officers, employees, agents, consultants and contractors free and harmless from any and all claims, demands, causes of action, costs, expenses, liabilities, losses, damages or injuries, in law or in equity, to property or persons, including wrongful death, in any manner arising out of or incident to any negligent acts, omissions, breach of law, or willful misconduct of the other party, its directors, elected officials, officers, employees, agents, consultants or contractors in the performance of such party's obligations under this letter agreement, including the payment of all reasonable attorney's fees. B. The person or persons executing this Agreement on behalf of their respective party warrants and represents that he or she has the authority to execute this Agreement on behalf of the party and has the authority to bind the party to the performance of its obligations under this Agreement. C. Each party agrees that this Agreement is legal, valid and binding against the party. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have entered into this Agreement as of the date first set forth above. CITY OF TEMECULA Matt Rahn Mayor RIVERSIDE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION Anne Mayer Executive Director -3- Item No. 7 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: September 13, 2022 SUBJECT: Approve First Amendment to the Agreement with Moore Fence Company, Inc., for Fencing Maintenance Services PREPARED BY: Julie Tarrant, Principal Management Analyst Stacey Biddle, Management Assistant RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approve the first amendment to the minor maintenance agreement with Moore Fence Company, Inc., in the amount of $320,000, and extend the term through June 30, 2025, for a total agreement amount of $500,000. BACKGROUND: On May 13, 2020, the Maintenance Division of the Public Works Department posted on the City of Temecula's online bidding service, Planet Bids, a Request for Proposal (RFP) No. 250, for Fencing Services. The Public Works Department received two proposals. Moore Fence Company was one of the proponents and was selected to provide on -call and minor maintenance services for $60,000 each fiscal year, for a total agreement amount of $180,000 effective through June 30, 2023; however, due to the substantial increase in on -going and new projects throughout the city, we have nearly exhausted the full amount of the original agreement. Additional fencing services are needed to support all divisions of the Public Works Department, including the Capital Improvement Program division. Moore Fence Company has proven to be one of our most reliable contractors, who provide exceptional service at a competitive price. Staff recommends the approval of the First Amendment to the agreement with Moore Fence Company, Inc., for continued fencing maintenance services. FISCAL IMPACT: Adequate funds are available in the Annual Operating Budget (AOB), in the Department of Public Works, Maintenance Division for FY 2022-23, and in the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Fiscal Years 2023-2027. ATTACHMENTS: First Amendment FIRST AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT BETWEEN CITY OF TEMECULA AND MOORE FENCE COMPANY, INC. FENCING MAINTENANCE SERVICES THIS FIRST AMENDMENT is made and entered into as of September 13, 2022 by and between the City of Temecula , a municipal corporation (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and Moore Fence Company, Inc., a Corporation, (hereinafter referred to as "Contractor"). In consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: This Amendment is made with the respect to the following facts and purposes: a. On July 8, 2020, the City and Contractor entered into that certain Agreement entitled "Agreement for Fencing Maintenance Services," in the amount of $180,000. b. The parties now desire to extend the term of the agreement to June 30, 2025, and increase the payment in the amount of $320,000, and to amend the Agreement as set forth in this Amendment. 2. Section 1 of the Agreement entitled "TERM" is hereby amended to read as follows: This Agreement shall remain and continue in effect until tasks herein are completed, but in no event later than June 30, 2025 unless sooner terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement. 3. Section 3 of the Agreement entitled "PAYMENT" at paragraph "a" is hereby amended to read as follows: The City agrees to pay Contractor monthly, in accordance with the payment rates and schedules and terms set forth in Exhibit B, Payment Rates and Schedule, attached hereto and incorporated herein by this reference as though set forth in full, based upon actual time spent on the above tasks. Any terms in Exhibit B, other than the payment rates and schedule of payment, are null and void. The FIRST Amendment amount shall not exceed Three Hundred Twenty Thousand Dollars ($320,000), for additional fencing maintenance services for a total Agreement amount of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars ($500,000). 4. Except for the changes specifically set forth herein, all other terms and conditions of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect. 08/09/2021 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. CITY OF TEMECULA MOORE FENCE COMPANY, INC. (Two Signatures of corporate officers required unless corporate documents authorize only one person to sign the agreement on behalf of the corporation.) By: By: It -- Matt Rahn, Mayor Scott Moore, President ATTEST: By: Rand! Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney CONTRACTOR Moore Fence Company, Inc. Contact Person: Scott Moore 280 E. First St. Perris, CA 92570 Phone Number: (951) 718-9777 scott@moorefence.net City Purchasing Mgr. Initials and Date: 441�— B/90121,- 08/09/2021 tem No. 8 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: July 26, 2022 SUBJECT: Award Construction Contract to LC Paving & Sealing, Inc. for the Citywide Concrete Repairs — Fiscal Year 2021-22, PW22-01 PREPARED BY: Amer Attar, Engineering Manager Ryan Castillo, Supervising Public Works Inspector RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council: 1. Award construction contract to LC Paving & Sealing, Inc. in the amount of $272,369.97 for the Citywide Concrete Repairs — Fiscal Year 2021-22, PW22-01; and 2. Authorize the City Manager to approve construction contract change orders not to exceed the contingency amount of $27,237, which is equal to 10% of the Contract amount; and 3. Make a finding that the Citywide Concrete Repairs — Fiscal Year 2021-22, PW22- 01 is exempt from Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) fees. BACKGROUND: On May 24, 2022, the City Council approved the project plans and specifications and authorized the Department of Public Works to solicit construction bids for the Citywide Concrete Repairs — Fiscal Year 2021-22, PW22-01. The Citywide Concrete Repairs is an annual maintenance project to repair various concrete facilities within the City's public right-of-way. The Department of Public Works, Maintenance Division surveys the City and compiles a list of the improvements that are in need of repair. This year's project will remove and replace curb & gutter, sidewalk, access ramps, driveways, and under sidewalk drains at more than seventy (70) locations identified on the attached List of Concrete Repair Areas. In addition, concrete access ramps will replace curbs at several school sites as shown on the attached School Ramps and Striping Locations List and Maps. The work will include the required striping. The construction contract was publicly advertised between July 26, 2022, and August 18, 2022. On Thursday, August 18, 2022, five bids were electronically received, opened, and the results were publicly posted on the City's online bidding service, PlanetBids. The results were as follows: Contractor Bid Amount 1. LC Paving & Sealing, Inc. $ 272,369.97 2. All Cities Engineering, Inc. $ 278,563.00 3. CT&T Concrete Paving, Inc. $ 332,888.00 4. IE General Engineering, Inc. $ 347,040.00 5. Onyx Paving Company, Inc. $ 555,000.00 Staff has reviewed the bid proposals and found LC Paving & Sealing, Inc. of Escondido, California to be the lowest responsive bidder. LC Paving & Sealing, Inc. has successfully completed similar projects for various public agencies including the City of Temecula. The Engineer's Construction Cost Estimate is $220,000. Construction duration is estimated to be sixty (60) working days, which is approximately three (3) months. The Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) is an element of the Riverside County Integrated Project (RCIP) to conserve open space, nature preserves and wildlife to be set aside in some areas. It is designed to protect over 150 species and conserve over 500,000 acres in Western Riverside County. The City of Temecula is a permittee to the MSHCP and as such is required to abide by the Regional Conservation Authority's (RCA) Fee Remittance and Collection Policy adopted by Resolution 07-04 on September 10, 2007. The RCA is a joint regional authority formed by the County and the Cities to provide primary policy direction for implementation of the MSHCP. Beginning July 1, 2008, the RCA started requiring that locally funded Capital Improvement Projects contribute applicable MSHCP fees within 90-days of construction contract award. Fees outside the public right of way are calculated on a cost per acre of disturbed area basis, while fees for typical right of way improvements projects are five percent of construction costs. Maintenance only projects, such as this project, are exempt from MHSCP fees. FISCAL IMPACT: The Citywide Concrete Repairs is included in the Fiscal Year 2022- 23 Operating Budget and is funded with Measure A. Adequate funds are available for the contract amount of $272,369.97, plus the 10% contingency amount of $27,237 for a total encumbrance of $299,606.97. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Contract 2. Concrete Repairs — List of School Ramps and Striping Locations 3. School Ramps and Striping Locations Maps CITY OF TEMECULA, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT for CITYWIDE CONCRETE REPAIRS FY2021-22 PROJECT NO. PW22-01 THIS CONTRACT, made and entered into the 13th day of September, 2022 by and between the City of Temecula, a municipal corporation, hereinafter referred to as "City", and LC Paving & Sealing, Inc., hereinafter referred to as "Contractor." WITNESSETH: That City and Contractor, for the consideration hereinafter named, mutually agree as follows - CONTRACT DOCUMENTS The complete Contract includes all of the Contract Documents, to wit: Notice Inviting Bids, Instructions to Bidders, Proposal, Performance Bond, Labor and Materials Bond, Plans and Specifications entitled CITYWIDE CONCRETE REPAIRS FY2021-22, PROJECT NO. PW22-01, Insurance Forms, this Contract, and all modifications and amendments thereto, the State of California Standard Plans and Specifications, (latest edition), issued by the California Department of Transportation, where specifically referenced in the Plans, Special Provisions, and Technical Specifications, and the latest version of the Standard Specifications for Public Works Construction, including all supplements as written and promulgated by Public Works Standards, Inc. (hereinafter, "Standard Specifications") as amended by the General Specifications, Special Provisions, and Technical Specifications for CITYWIDE CONCRETE REPAIRS FY2021-22, PROJECT NO. PW22-01. Copies of these Standard Specifications are available from the publisher: BNi Building News Division of BNi Publications, Inc. 990 Park Center Drive, Suite E Vista, CA 92081 (760) 734-1113 The Standard Specifications will control the general provisions, construction materials, and construction methods for this Contract except as amended by the General Specifications, Special Provisions, and Technical Specifications for CITYWIDE CONCRETE REPAIRS FY2021-22 PROJECT NO. PW22-01. In case of conflict between the Standard Specifications and the other Contract Documents, the other Contract Documents shall take precedence over, and be used in lieu of, such conflicting portions. Where the Contract Documents describe portions of the work in general terms, but not in complete detail, it is understood that the item is to be furnished and installed completed and in place and that only the best general practice is to be used. Unless otherwise specified, the Contractor shall furnish all labor, materials, tools, equipment, and incidentals, and do all the work involved in executing the Contract. The Contract Documents are complementary, and what is called for by anyone shall be as binding as if called for by all. Any conflict between this Contract and any other Contract Document shall be resolved in favor of this Contract. 2. SCOPE OF WORK Contractor shall perform everything required to be performed, shall provide and furnish all the labor, materials, necessary tools, expendable equipment, and all utility and transportation services required for the following: CITYWIDE CONCRETE REPAIRS FY2021-22, PROJECT NO. PW22-01 All of said work to be performed and materials to be furnished shall be in strict accordance with the Drawings and Specifications and the provisions of the Contract Documents hereinabove enumerated and adopted by City. 3. CITY APPROVAL All labor, materials, tools, equipment, and services shall be furnished and work performed and completed under the direction and supervision, and subject to the approval of City or its authorized representatives. 4. CONTRACT AMOUNT AND SCHEDULE The City agrees to pay, and Contractor agrees to accept, in full payment for, the work agreed to be done, the sum of: TWO HUNDRED SEVENTY-TWO THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED SIXTY-NINE DOLLARS AND NINETY-SEVEN CENTS ($272,369.97), the total amount of the base bid. Contractor agrees to complete the work in a period not to exceed sixty (60) working days, commencing with delivery of a Notice to Proceed by City. Construction shall not commence until bonds and insurance are approved by City. 5. CHANGE ORDERS All change orders shall be approved by the City Council, except that the City Manager is hereby authorized by the City Council to make, by written order, changes or additions to the work in an amount not to exceed the contingency as established by the City Council. 6. PAYMENTS a. Lump Sum Bid Schedule: Before submittal of the first payment request, the Contractor shall submit to the Director of Public Works a schedule of values allocated to the various portions of the work, prepared in such form and supported by such data to substantiate its accuracy as the Director of Public Works may require. This schedule, as approved by the Director of Public Works, shall be used as the basis for reviewing the Contractor's payment requests. b. Unit Price Bid Schedule: Pursuant to Section 20104.50 of the Public Contract Code, within 30 days after submission of a payment request to the City, the Contractor shall be paid a sum equal to 95% of the value of the work* completed according to the bid schedule. Payment request forms shall be submitted on or about the 30th day of each successive month as the work progresses. The final payment, if unencumbered, or any part thereof unencumbered, shall be made 60 days after acceptance of final payment and the Contractor filing a one-year C. Payment for Work Performed: Payments shall be made on demands drawn in the manner required by law, accompanied by a certificate signed by the City Manager, stating that the work for which payment is demanded has been performed in accordance with the terms of the Contract, and that the amount stated in the certificate is due under the terms of the Contract. Partial payments on the Contract price shall not be considered as an acceptance of any part of the work. d. _Payment of Interest: Interest shall be paid on all undisputed payment requests not paid within 30 days pursuant to Public Contract Code Section 20104.50. Public Contract Code Section 7107 is hereby incorporated by reference. 7. LIQUIDATED DAMAGES / EXTENSION OF TIME a. Liquidated Damages: In accordance with Government Code Section 53069.85, Contractor agrees to forfeit and pay to City the sum of $1,000 per day for each calendar day completion is delayed beyond the time allowed pursuant to Paragraph 4 of this Contract. Such sum shall be deducted from any payments due to or to become due to Contractor. b. Extension of Time: Contractor will be granted an extension of time and will not be assessed liquidated damages for unforeseeable delays beyond the control of, and without the fault or negligence of the Contractor, including delays caused by City. Within ten calendar days of the occurrence of such delay, Contractor shall give written notice to City. Within 30 calendar days of the occurrence of the delay, Contractor shall provide written documentation sufficient to support its delay claim to City. Contractor's failure to provide such notice and documentation shall constitute Contractor's waiver, discharge, and release of such delay claims against City. 8. WAIVER OF CLAIMS On or before making each request for payment under Paragraph 6 above, Contractor shall submit to City, in writing, all claims for compensation as to work related to the payment. Unless the Contractor has disputed the amount of the payment, the acceptance by Contractor of each payment shall constitute a release of all claims against the City related to the payment. Contractor shall be required to execute an affidavit, release, and indemnity agreement with each claim for payment. 9. PREVAILING WAGES Pursuant to the provisions of Section 1773 of the Labor Code of the State of California, the City Council has obtained the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and the general rate for holiday and overtime work in this locality for each craft, classification, or type of workman needed to execute this Contract from the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations. Copies may be obtained from the California Department of Industrial Relations Internet website at http://www.dir.ca.gov. Contractor shall provide a copy of prevailing wage rates to any staff or subcontractor hired, and shall pay the adopted prevailing wage rates as a minimum. Contractor shall comply with the provisions of Sections 1720, 1720.9, 1725.5, 1771.1(a), 1773.8, 1775, 1776, 1777.5, 1777.6, and 1813 of the Labor Code. Pursuant to the provisions of 1775 of the Labor Code, Contractor shall forfeit to the City, as a penalty, the sum of $200.00 for each calendar day, or portion thereof, for each laborer, worker, or mechanic employed, paid less than the stipulated prevailing rates for any work done under this Contract, by him or by any subcontractor under him, in violation of the provisions of the Contract. This project, work, or service will be subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) pursuant to Labor Code Section 1771.4. 10. TIME OF THE ESSENCE Time is of the essence in this contract 11. INDEMNIFICATION All work covered by this Contract done at the site of construction or in preparing or delivering materials to the site shall be at the risk of Contractor alone. Contractor agrees to save, indemnify, hold harmless and defend the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, employees, and agents, against any and all liability, injuries, or death of persons (Contractor's employees included), and damage to property, arising directly or indirectly out of the obligations herein undertaken or out of the operations conducted by Contractor, save and except claims or litigations arising through the sole active negligence or sole willful misconduct of the City. The Contractor shall indemnify and be responsible for reimbursing the City for any and all costs incurred by the City as a result of Stop Notices filed against the project. The City shall deduct such costs from progress payments or final payments due to the Contractor. 12. GRATUITIES Contractor warrants that neither it nor any of its employees, agents, or representatives has offered or given any gratuities or promises to City's employees, agents, or representatives with a view toward securing this Contract or securing favorable treatment with respect thereto. 13. CONFLICT OF INTEREST Contractor warrants that none of its partners, members or shareholders are related by blood or marriage to any employee of the City who has participated in the development of the specifications or approval of this project or who will administer this project nor are they in any way financially associated with any City officer or employee, or any architect, engineer, or other preparers of the Drawings and Specifications for this project. Contractor further warrants that no person in its employ nor any person with an ownership interest in the Contractor has been employed by the City within one year of the date of the Notice Inviting Bids. 14. CONTRACTOR'S AFFIDAVIT After the completion of the work contemplated by this Contract, Contractor shall file with the City Manager, its affidavit stating that all workmen and persons employed, all firms supplying materials, and all subcontractors upon the Project have been paid in full, and that there are no claims outstanding against the Project for either labor or materials, except certain items, if any, to be set forth in an affidavit covering disputed claims or items in connection with a Stop Notice which has been filed under the provisions of the laws of the State of California. 15. NOTICE TO CITY OF LABOR DISPUTES Whenever the Contractor has knowledge that any actual or potential labor dispute is delaying or threatens to delay the timely performance of the Contract, Contractor shall immediately give notice thereof, including all relevant information with respect thereto, to City. 16. BOOKS AND RECORDS Contractor's books, records, and plans or such part thereof as may be engaged in the performance of this Contract, shall at all reasonable times be subject to inspection and audit by any authorized representative of the City. 17. INSPECTION The work shall be subject to inspection and testing by City and its authorized representatives during manufacture and construction and all other times and places, including without limitation, the plants of Contractor and any of its suppliers. Contractor shall provide all reasonable facilities and assistance for the safety and convenience of inspectors. All inspections and tests shall be performed in such manner as to not unduly delay the work. The work shall be subject to final inspection and acceptance notwithstanding any payments or other prior inspections. Such final inspection shall be made within a reasonable time after completion of the work. II& DISCRIMINATION Contractor represents that it has not, and agrees that it will not, discriminate in its employment practices on the basis of race, creed, religion, national origin, color, sex, age, or handicap. 19. GOVERNING LAW The City and Contractor understand and agree that the laws of the State of California shall govern the rights, obligations, duties and liabilities of the parties to this Contract and also govern the interpretation of this Contract. 20. PROHIBITED INTEREST No member, officer, or employee of the City of Temecula or of a local public body who has participated in the development of the specifications or approval of this project or will administer this project shall have any interest, direct or indirect, in the Contract or the proceeds thereof during his/her tenure or for one year thereafter. Furthermore, the Contractor covenants and agrees to their knowledge that no board member, officer or employee of the City of Temecula has any interest, whether contractual, non -contractual, financial or otherwise, in this transaction, or in the business of the contracting party other than the City of Temecula, and that if any such interest comes to the knowledge of either party at any time, a full and complete disclosure of all such information will be made, in writing, to the other party or parties, even if such interest would not be considered a conflict of interest under Article 4 (commencing with Section 1090) or Article 4.6 (commencing with Section 1220) of Division 4 of Title I of the Government Code of the State of California. 21. ADA REQUIREMENTS By signing this Contract, Contractor certifies that the Contractor is in total compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Public Law 101-336, as amended. 22. WRITTEN NOTICE Any written notice required to be given in any part of the Contract Documents shall be performed by depositing the same in the U.S. Mail, postage prepaid, directed to the address of the Contractor as set forth in the Contract Documents, and to the City addressed as follows: Mailing and Delivery Address: Patrick A. Thomas, PE Director of Public Works / City Engineer City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 23. INSURANCE. The Contractor shall procure and maintain, for the duration of the Contract, insurance against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the work by the Contractor, its agents, representatives, employees or subcontractors. Minimum Scope of Insurance: Coverage shall be at least as broad as: 1. Insurance Services Office Commercial General Liability Form No. CG 00 01 11 85 or 88. 2. Insurance Services Office Business Auto Coverage form CA 00 01 06 92 covering Automobile Liability, code 1 (any auto). If the Contractor owns no automobiles, a non -owned auto endorsement to the General Liability policy described above is acceptable. 3. Worker's' Compensation insurance as required by the State of California and Employer's Liability Insurance. If the Contractor has no employees while performing under this Contract, worker's compensation insurance is not required, but Contractor shall execute a declaration that it has no employees. Minimum Limits of Insurance: The Contractor shall maintain limits no less than: General Liability: Two Million Dollars $2,000,000 per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury, and property damage. If Commercial General Liability Insurance or other form with a general aggregate limit is used, either the general aggregate limit shall apply separately to this project/location or the general aggregate limit shall be twice the required occurrence limit. 2. Automobile Liability: One Million Dollars $1,000,000 per accident for bodily injury and property damage. 3. Worker's Compensation as required by the State of California; Employer's Liability: One Million Dollars $1,000,000 per accident for bodily injury or disease. Deductibles and Self -Insured Retentions: Any deductibles or self-insurance retentions shall not exceed Twenty -Five Thousand Dollars $25,000. Other Insurance Provisions: The general liability and automobile liability policies are to contain, or be endorsed to contain, the following provisions: The City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees, and volunteers are to be covered as insureds as respects to liability arising out of activities performed by or on behalf of the Contractor; products and completed operations of the Contractor; premises owned, occupied or used by the Contractor; or automobiles owned, leased, hired or borrowed by the Contractor. The coverage shall contain no special limitations on the scope of protection afforded to the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees, agents or volunteers. 2. For any claims related to this project, the Contractor's insurance coverage shall be primary insurance as respects the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees, agents and volunteers. Any insurance or self-insurance maintained by the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees, agents and volunteers shall be excess of the Contractor's insurance and shall not contribute with it. 3. Any failure to comply with reporting or other provisions of the policies including breaches of warranties shall not affect coverage provided to the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees, agents and volunteers. 4. The Contractor's insurance shall apply separately to each insured against whom claim is made or suit is brought, except with respect to the limits of the insurer's liability. 5. Each insurance policy required by this Contract shall be endorsed to state in substantial conformance to the following: If the policy will be cancelled before the expiration date the insurer will notify in writing to the City of such cancellation not less than 30 days prior to the cancellation effective date. 6. If insurance coverage is cancelled or reduced in coverage or in limits, the Contractor shall within two business days of notice from the insurer, phone, fax, and/or notify the City via certified mail, return receipt requested of the changes to or cancellation of the policy. Acceptability of Insurers: Insurance is to be placed with insurers with a current A.M. Best's rating of no less than A-, VII or better, unless otherwise acceptable to the City. Self- insurance shall not be considered to comply with these insurance requirements. Verification of Coverage: Contractor shall furnish the City with original endorsements effecting coverage required by this clause. The endorsements are to be signed by a person authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its behalf. The endorsements are to be on forms provided by the City. All endorsements are to be received and approved by the City before work commences. As an alternative to the City's forms, the Contractor's insurer may provide complete, certified copies of all required insurance policies, including endorsements affecting the coverage required by these specifications. Subcontractors: Contractor shall include all subcontractors as insureds under its policies or shall furnish separate certificates and endorsements for each subcontractor. All coverages for subcontractors shall be subject to all of the requirements stated herein. 24. RECOVERED MATERIALS AND SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL ACT Contractor agrees to comply with all requirements of Section 6002 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), as amended (42 U.S.C. 6962), including but not limited to the regulatory provisions of 40 CFR Part 247, and Executive Order 12873, as they apply to the procurement of the items designated in Subpart B of 40 CFR Part 247. 25. TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SERVICES OR EQUIPMENT Contractor shall not procure or obtain, extend or renew a contract to procure or obtain, or enter into a contract to procure or obtain equipment, services, or systems that use covered telecommunications equipment or services as a substantial or essential component of any system, or as critical technology as part of any system. As described in Public Law 115- 232, section 889, covered telecommunications equipment is telecommunications equipment produced by Huawei Technologies Company or ZTE Corporation, or any subsidiary or affiliate of such entities. Covered equipment also includes video surveillance and telecommunications equipment or services provided by Hytera Communications Corporation, Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Company, Dahua Technology Company, any subsidiary or affiliate of such entities, and any entity that the Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the Director of the National Intelligence or the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, reasonably believes to be an entity owned or controlled by, or otherwise connected to, the government of a covered foreign country. 26. COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS The Contractor shall comply with all applicable federal, State and local laws, ordinances, codes and regulations in force at the time the Contractor performs pursuant to the Contract Documents, and shall comply with all grant or funding terms and conditions applicable to the Contract and/or the work. 27. CLAIM DISPUTE RESOLUTION In the event of any dispute or controversy with the City over any matter whatsoever, the Contractor shall not cause any delay or cessation in or of work, but shall proceed with the performance of the work in dispute. The Contractor shall retain any and all rights provided that pertain to the resolution of disputes and protests between the parties. The disputed work will be categorized as an "unresolved dispute" and payment, if any, shall be as later determined by mutual agreement or a court of law. The Contractor shall keep accurate, detailed records of all disputed work, claims and other disputed matters. All claims arising out of or related to the Contract or this project, and the consideration and payment of such claims, are subject to the Government Claims Act (Government Code Section 810 et seq.) with regard to filing claims. All such claims are also subject to Public Contract Code Section 9204 and Public Contract Code Section 20104 et seq. (Article 1.5), where applicable. This Contract hereby incorporates those provisions as though fully set forth herein. Thus, the Contractor or any Subcontractor must present a claim in accordance with the Government Claims Act as a prerequisite to prosecuting any claim against the City. The filing or prosecution of a claim in compliance with Section 9204 and/or Article 1.5 (if applicable) does not in any way obviate the need to timely present a claim under the Government Claims Act, or in any toll the expiration of any limitations period for the timely presentation of a claim under the Government Claims Act. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties here to have caused this Contract to be executed on the date first above written. 77� DATED: U - CONTRACTOR: LC Paving & Sealing, Inc. 620 Alpine Way Escondido, CA 92029 (760) 752.1743 jose@lcpaving.com „ By: nt or type NAME Pres., Sec.. Treas. & Mar. Print or type TITLE* as Print or type NAME Print or type TITLE* (*Signatures of two corporate officers required for Corporations) CITY OF TEMECULA DATED: ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney 'R wok-Lr , k4- '� �G�22— Matt Rahn, Mayor California Secretary of State Electronic Certified Copy I, ALEX PADILLA, Secretary of State of the State of California, hereby certify that the attached transcript of 2 pages is a full, true and correct copy of the original record in the custody of the California Secretary of State's office. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I execute this certificate and affix the Great Seal of the State of California on this day of October 29, 2020 ALEX PADILLA Secretary of State Verification Number: KWW2AWK Entity (File) Number.- C3286410 To verify the issuance of this Certificate, use the Verification Number above with the Secretary of State Electronic Verification Search available at bizfile. sos. ca. gov California Secretary of State Electronic Filing Corporation - Statement of Information 7j Secretary of State State of California Entity Name: L.C. PAVING & SEALING, INC. Entity (File) Number: C3286410 File Date: 10/27/2020 Entity Type: Corporation Jurisdiction: CALIFORNIA Document ID: GK49303 Detailed Filing Information 1. Entity Name: 2. Business Addresses: a. Street Address of Principal Office in California: b. Mailing Address. c. Street Address of Principal Executive Office: 3. Officers: a. Chief Executive Officer: b. Secretary: L.C. 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M 0 M 0) Y C7 0 C N E U O raw City of Temecula Citywide Concrete Repairs - FY 2021-22 Project No.PW22-01 Department of Public Works List of School Ramps and Striping Locations STREET OR PARK LOCATION SCOPE OF WORK Quantity LF SF BEAVER CREEK LANE 32163 BEAVER CREEK LN LIFTED PANELS (ROOTS) 15'X6' 90 SENNA COURT 27463 SENNA COURT 3 PANELS 90 PECHANGA PARKWAY 130' W OF DEER HOLLOW ON PECHANGA PKWY 9 PANELS; ROOT PRONE 4.5'X6' 270' PECHANGA PARKWAY 30' W OF DEER HOLLOW ON PECHANGA PKWY 4 PANELS; ROOTS/SINKING 20'X6' 120' FELIX VALDEZ S/W CORNER OF FELIX VALDEZ AVE AND BALDARAY CIR 2 PANELS @ SAME LOCATION 31/2'X6 10'X12' 141' EUCALYPTUS COURT 31459 EUCALYPTUS COURT 2 PANELS 12'X6' YNEZ ROAD N/B YNEZ RD N OF PORTRAITS LN 2 PANELS (ROOT PRONE) 10'X6' 60 REDHAWK PARKWAY E/B REDHAWK PKWY @ VANOWEN LN 5 PANELS LIFTED (ROOT PRONE) 25'X6' 150 N CST. 2 LOCATIONS / UNDER SIDEWALK 1-36 PANELS LIFTED 2-5 PANELS LIFTED UNDER SIDEWALK 1080 180 12 DE PORTOLA N/E CORNER OF DE PORTOLA AND MARGARITA RD 3 PANELS BUCKLED (RAISED) 100 DODARO DODARO DR 20' S/O ROSADO CT 4 PANELS ROOT PRONE 25'X6' 150 HARVESTON DRIVE 50' N/O HARVESTON DR ON EAST SIDE OF SHERBOURNE PL 1 PANEL ROOTS 5'X5' 25 SHERBOURNE PLACE WEST SIDE OF SHERBOURNE PL 50' N/O HARVESTON DR 2 PANELS ROOTS 5'X10' 50 HARVESTON DRIVE N/E CORNER OF HARVESTON DR AND SHERBOURNE PL 1 PANEL ROOTS 8'X5' 40 1 of 6 City of Temecula Citywide Concrete Repairs - FY 2021-22 Project No.PW22-01 Department of Public Works List of School Ramps and Striping Locations STREET OR PARK LOCATION SCOPE OF WORK Quantity LF SF DATE STREET DATE ST 188 LF E/O LAKEVIEW RD S/S 2 LIFTED PANELS 50 DATE STREET DATE ST 257 LF E/O LAKEVIEW RD S/S LIFTED PANEL 25 DATE STREET DATE ST 298 LF E/O LAKEVIEW RD S/S 2 LIFTED PANELS 50 DATE STREET DATE ST 337 LF E/O LAKEVIEW RD S/S 2 LIFTED PANELS 50 DATE STREET DATE ST 398 LF E/O LAKEVIEW RD S/S LIFTED PANEL 25 DATE STREET DATE ST 428 LF E/O LAKEVIEW RD S/S 6 LIFTED PANELS 150 DATE STREET DATE ST 488 LF E/O LAKEVIEW RD S/S 2 LIFTED PANELS 50 DATE STREET DATE ST 521 LF E/O LAKEVIEW RD S/S LIFTED PANEL 25 DATE STREET DATE ST 560 LF E/O LAKEVIEW RD S/S 2 LIFTED PANELS 50 DATE STREET DATE ST 576 LF E/O LAKEVIEW RD S/S LIFTED PANEL 25 DATE STREET DATE ST 666 LF E/O LAKEVIEW RD S/S LIFTED PANEL 25 DATE STREET DATE ST 681 LF E/O LAKEVIEW RD S/S LIFTED PANEL 25 DATE STREET DATE ST 22 LF E/O KINGWOOD S/S LIFTED PANEL 25 DATE STREET DATE ST 47 LF E/O KINGWOOD S/S LIFTED PANEL 25 2 of 6 City of Temecula Citywide Concrete Repairs - FY 2021-22 Project No.PW22-01 Department of Public Works List of School Ramps and Striping Locations STREET OR PARK LOCATION SCOPE OF WORK Quantity LF SF DATE STREET DATE ST 83 LF E/O KINGWOOD S/S 2 LIFTED PANELS 50 DATE STREET DATE ST 102 LF E/O KINGWOOD S/S 2 LIFTED PANELS 50 DATE STREET DATE ST 204 LF E/O KINGWOOD S/S LIFTED PANEL 5X5 25 DATE STREET DATE ST 216 LF E/O KINGWOOD S/S LIFTED PANEL 5X5 25 DATE STREET DATE ST 235FT E/O KINGWOOD S/S 2 LIFTED PANELS 50 DATE STREET DATE ST 380FT E/O KINGWOOD S/S 1 PANEL 25 DATE STREET 40OFT E/O KINGWOOD S/S 1 PANEL LIFTED 25 DATE STREET DATE ST 470FT E/O KINGWOOD S/S 4 PANELS LIFTED 100 DATE STREET DATE ST 595' E/O KINGWOOD S/S 1 PANEL LIFTED 25 DATE STREET DATE ST 645' E/O KINGWOOD S/S 1 PANEL LIFTED 25 DATE STREET DATE ST 795' E/O KINGWOOD S/S 1 PANEL LIFTED 25 DATE STREET DATE ST 945' E/O KINGWOOD S/S 2 PANELS LIFTED 50 DATE STREET DATE ST 1000' E/O KINGWOOD S/S 2 PANELS LIFTED 50 DATE STREET DATE ST 1030' E/O KINGWOOD S/S 1 PANEL LIFTED 25 3 of 6 City of Temecula Citywide Concrete Repairs - FY 2021-22 Project No.PW22-01 Department of Public Works List of School Ramps and Striping Locations STREET OR PARK LOCATION SCOPE OF WORK Quantity LF SF PAUBA ROAD PAUBA RD W/B 150' W/O MEADOWS PKWY 21' OF CURB & GUTTER 21' DATE STREET DATE ST E/B 300' W/O MARGARITA RD 2 PANELS (ROOTS) 60 DATE STREET DATE ST E/B 200' W/O MARGARITA RD 1 PANEL (ROOTS) 30 DATE STREET DATE ST E/B 75' W/O MARGARITA RD 1 PANEL (ROOTS) 30 AVENIDA CIMA DEL SOL 29779 AVENIDA CIMA DEL SOL @ BESO 6 PANELS (ROOTS) 180 SUNNY MEADOWS PARKWAY SUNNY MEADOWS PKWY @ FERMO CT 2 PANELS (ROOTS) 60 TEMECULA PARKWAY W/B TEMECULA PKWY 40OFT E/O MEADOWS PKWY 2 PANELS (ROOTS) 60 BUTTERFIELD STAGE ROAD N/B BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD @ ROYAL CREST 2 PANELS 60 LA SERENA WAY LA SERENA WAY 30OFT E/O MARGARITA RD 2 PANELS (ROOTS) 60 VIA POQUITO VIA POQUITO @ CORTE VERANOS 2 PANELS 10'X10' 6'X6' 136 BUTTERFIELD STAGE ROAD BUTTERFIELD STAGE RD 30OFT S/O WOLF STORE RD 2 PANELS 5'X5' 3'X5' 40 WOLF CREEK DRIVE SOUTH WOLF CREEK DR S. N/O ROCKY BAR DR 3 PANELS (ROOTS) 340 CERVANTES WAY CERVANTES WAT @ CAMINO CAMPOS VERDES 2 PANELS 5'X5' 5'X5' 50 RANCHO VISTA ROAD RANCHO VISTA RD & VIA EL GRECO 2 PANELS " CROSS GUTTER 285 4 of 6 City of Temecula Citywide Concrete Repairs - FY 2021-22 Project No.PW22.01 Department of Public Works List of School Ramps and Striping Locations STREET OR PARK LOCATION SCOPE OF WORK Quantity LF SF TEMECULA PARKWAY TEMECULA PKWY E/B FROM KEVIN PL TO AVENIDA DE MISSIONES 10 PANELS 5'X5' 250 BLACK DEER LOOP N SIDE OF BLACK DEER LOOP 5 PANELS (5X5) 1 PANEL (8X8) 4 PANELS (5X5) 289 DIAZ ROAD W/B DIAZ RD N/O BLACK DEER LOOP 50FT 2 PANELS (5X5) RAMP 50 SOLANA WAY E/B SOLANA WAY 50FT E/O CALLE FUEGO 2 PANELS (5X5) 50 BRISTOL ROAD 28848 BRISTOL RD 2 PANELS (5X5) RAMP 50 VANDAMERE COURT 42096 VANDAMERE CT 2 PANELS (5X5) ROOTS 50 CERCLE CHAMBERTIN 31875 CERCLE CHAMBERTIN 2 PANELS (6X5) 60 SAINT MITCHEL LANE 32310 SAINT MITCHEL LN 1 PANEL (6X5) 30 CORTE MISLANCA 45674 CORTE MISLANCA 1 PANEL (6X5) 30 DAHLIA WAY 42076 DAHLIA WAY 4 PANELS (5X5) 100 EUCALYPTUS COURT ACROSS FROM 31459 EUCALYPTUS CT 3 PANELS (6X6 EACH) 110 COMMERCE CENTER DRIVE COMMERCE CENTER DR @ OVERLAND DR 12X14 R &R PROJECT 2 1/2 CONCRETE PANELS ALONG PROJECT 168 MIRA LOMA DRIVE MIRA LOMA DR @ VERONDA PL 1 PANEL (11X16) 1 PANEL (9X6) 120 CALLE SANTA ANA EAST SIDE OF CALLE SANTA ANA NEAR 31643 CPRTE ROSARIO 2 PANELS (6X6) 72 5 of 6 City of Temecula Citywide Concrete Repairs - FY 2021-22 Project No.PW22-01 Department of Public Works List of School Ramps and Striping Locations Quantity STREET OR PARK LOCATION SCOPE OF WORK LF SF JEFFERSON AV 28046 DEL RIO RD DRIVE APPROACH/2 PANELS SEASTAR PLACE 31680 SEASTAR PL (RI )E APPROACH/2 PANELS 168 6 of 6 City of Temecula Citywide Concrete Repairs - FY 2021-22 Project No.PW22.01 Department of Public Works List of School Ramps and Striping Locations STREET OR PARK LOCATION SCOPE OF WORK Quantity LS EA CAM SAN JOSE INTERSECTION OF PSO DURANGO @ CAM SAN JOSE Modify Striping and Pavement Marking as Show in Exhibit `D' 1 CAM SAN JOSE INTERSECTION OF PSO DURANGO @ E/S OF CAM SAN JOSE Remove Existing Curb and Gutter and Replace with Curb Ramp 1 per Caltrans A88A, Case C. PSO DURANGO INTERSECTION OF CAM SAN JOSE @ PSO DURANGO Modify Striping and Pavement Marking as Show in Exhibit `D' 1 PSO DURANGO INTERSECTION OF CAM SAN JOSE @ PSO DURANGO Remove Existing Curb Ramp and Install Curb Ramp per City of 2 Temecula STD.NO 402 VIA SALTIO INTERSECTION OF CAM SAN JOSE @ VIA SALTIO SW CORNER Modify Striping and Pavement Marking as Show in Exhibit `D' 1 REGINA DR INTERSECTION OF TEHACHAPI PASS @ REGINA DR Modify Striping and Pavement Marking as Show in Exhibit `D' 1 REGINA DR INTERSECTION OF TEHACHAPI PASS @ REGINA DR Remove Existing Curb Ramp and Install Curb Ramp per City of 2 Temecula STD.NO 402 TEHACHAPI PASS INTERSECTION OF REGINA DR @ TEHACHAPI PASS Remove Existing Curb and Gutter and Replace with Curb Ramp 2 per Caltrans A88A, Case C. TEHACHAPI PASS INTERSECTION OF REGINA DR @ TEHACHAPI PASS Modify Striping and Pavement Marking as Show in Exhibit `D' 1 MIRA LOMA DR INTERSECTION OF SANTA CECILIA DR @ MIRA LOMA DR Remove Existing Curb and Gutter and Replace with Curb Ramp 1 per Caltrans A88A Case C. MIRA LOMA DR INTERSECTION OF SANTA CECILIA DR @ MIRA LOMA DR Modify Striping and Pavement Marking as Show in Exhibit `D' 1 MIRA LOMA DR INTERSECTION OF SANTA CECILIA DR @ MIRA LOMA DR NE Remove Existing Curb Ramp and Install Curb Ramp per City of 1 CORNER Temecula STD.NO 402 SANTA CECILIA DR INTERSECTION OF MIRA LOMA DR @ SANTA CECILIA DR Modify Striping and Pavement Marking as Show in Exhibit `D' 2 CAMINO SAN DIMAS INTERSECTION OF PASEO GALLANTE @ CAMINO SAN DIMAS Remove Existing Curb Ramp and Install Curb Ramp per City of 2 Temecula STD.NO 402 CAMINO SAN DIMAS INTERSECTION OF PASEO GALLANTE @ CAMINO SAN DIMAS Modify Striping and Pavement Marking as Show in Exhibit `D' 1 PASEO GALLANTE INTERSECTION OF CAMINO SAN DIMAS @ PASEO GALLANTE Modify Striping and Pavement Marking as Show in Exhibit `D' 1 PASEO GALLANTE INTERSECTION OF CAMINO SAN DIMAS @ PASEO GALLANTE NE Remove Existing Curb and Gutter and Replace with Curb Ramp 1 CORNER per Caltrans A88A Case C. 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' e � • .1 Aso ' . � � • � � fr � � � S pso D law y T ogle Earth Item No. 9 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: September 13, 2022 SUBJECT: Award Construction Contract to International Line Builders, Inc. for the Traffic Signal — Promenade Mall Ring Road, PW21-15 PREPARED BY: Nick Minicilli — Senior Civil Engineer Erick Escobedo, Associate Engineer II RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council: 1. Award construction contract to International Line Builders, Inc. in the amount of $412,206, for the Traffic Signal — Promenade Mall Ring Road, PW21-15; and 2. Approve construction contract change orders not to exceed the contingency amount of $41,220.60, which is equal to 10% of the Contract amount; and 3. Make a finding that the Traffic Signal — Promenade Mall Ring Road, PW21-15 is exempt from Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) fees. BACKGROUND: As part of the Capital Improvement Program and Budget for Fiscal Year 2023-27, the City Council approved appropriations to support a Traffic Signal Infrastructure Project that would improve traffic safety and circulation throughout the City. A priority list of traffic signals has been developed. The traffic signals scheduled for installation will be designed and constructed in the scheduled fiscal year when funding becomes available. Promenade Mall East and Ring Road was selected from the list to be constructed and installed. The Promenade Mall East and Ring Road traffic signal is an improvement required as part of the August 27, 2013 Joint Funding Agreement between the City and Temecula Town Center Associates L.P. ("Developer"). According to the Agreement, the City, at its sole cost and expense, shall design and construct the fourth traffic signal on the Ring Road at the Promenade Mall East entrance from Winchester Road just west of Margarita Road. The traffic signal shall include full vehicular and pedestrian controlled movements, interconnection to the Winchester Road/ Promenade Mall East intersection and infrastructure to support future closed circuit video monitoring equipment. The Agreement states that the Developer shall pay the sum of Forty -Four Thousand Four Hundred Forty -Six Dollars ($44,446) toward the cost of the traffic signal. The work generally consists of furnishing and installing the proposed traffic signal system at the intersection of Promenade Mall East and Ring Road complete and in place, including street name signs, safety lighting, emergency vehicles pre-emption, fiber optic cable connection, traffic signal loop detectors, signing, striping, new curb ramp, modification to existing ramps, and all incidental work and materials. On July 26, 2022, City Council approved the plans and specifications, and authorized the Department of Public Works to solicit construction bids for the Traffic Signal — Promenade Mall Ring Road, PW21-15. The construction contract was publicly advertised for bids between July 28, 2022 and August 16, 2022 on the City's online bidding service, PlanetBids. Six (6) bids were received and publicly opened on August 16, 2022. The results are as follows: Rank Bidder Amount 1. International Line Builders, Inc. $412,206 2. Elecnor Belco Electric, Inc. $447,237 3. DBX, Inc. $450,416 4. Lekos Electric, Inc. $452,947.69 5. California Professional Engineering, Inc. $465,000 6. Crosstown Electrical & Data, Inc. $468,239 Staff has completed its analysis of the submitted bids and found that International Line Builders, Inc. of Corona, California to be the lowest responsive and responsible bidder. International Line Builders, Inc. has public contracting experience and has successfully completed similar projects for various public agencies. The Engineer's Estimate for the project was $394,711. The project specifications allow for 40 working days (approximately 2 months) to complete the work. The Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan (MSHCP) is an element of the Riverside County Integrated Project (RCIP) to conserve open space, nature preserves and wildlife to be set aside in some areas. It is designed to protect over 150 species and conserve over 500,000 acres in Western Riverside County. The City of Temecula is a permittee to the MSHCP and as such is required to abide by the Regional Conservation Authority's (RCA) MSHCP Mitigation Fee Implementation Manual adopted by Resolution 2020-013 on December 7, 2020. The RCA is a joint regional authority formed by the County and the Cities to provide primary policy direction for implementation of the MSHCP. Since July 1, 2008, the RCA has required that locally funded Capital Improvement Projects contribute applicable MSHCP fees within 90-days of construction contract award. Fees outside the public right of way are calculated on a cost per acre of disturbed area basis, while fees for typical right-of-way improvements projects are 5% of construction costs. Maintenance only projects, such as this project, are exempt from MSHCP fees. FISCAL IMPACT: The Traffic Signal — Promenade Mall Ring Road, PW21-15 is identified in the City's Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budget for Fiscal Years 2023-27, and is funded with Developer Contribution and Measure S. Adequate funds are available in the project accounts to cover the construction contract amount of $412,206, plus the 10% contingency of $41,220.60, for a total encumbrance of $453,426.60. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Contract 2. Project Description 3. Project Location Map CITY OF TEMECULA, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT for TRAFFIC SIGNAL PROMENADE MALL RING ROAD PROJECT NO. PW21-15 THIS CONTRACT, made and entered into the 13th day of September, 2022 by and between the City of Temecula, a municipal corporation, hereinafter referred to as "City", and International Line Builders, Inc. dba ILB Electric, hereinafter referred to as "Contractor." WITNESSETH: That City and Contractor, for the consideration hereinafter named, mutually agree as follows: CONTRACT DOCUMENTS The complete Contract includes all of the Contract Documents, to wit: Notice Inviting Bids, Instructions to Bidders, Proposal, Performance Bond, Labor and Materials Bond, Plans and Specifications entitled TRAFFIC SIGNAL - PROMENADE MALL RING ROAD, PROJECT NO. PW21-15, Insurance Forms, this Contract, and all modifications and amendments thereto, the State of California Standard Plans and Specifications, (latest edition), issued by the California Department of Transportation, where specifically referenced in the Plans, Special Provisions, and Technical Specifications, and the latest version of the Standard Specifications for Public Works Construction, including all supplements as written and promulgated by Public Works Standards, Inc. (hereinafter, "Standard Specifications") as amended by the General Specifications, Special Provisions, and Technical Specifications for TRAFFIC SIGNAL - PROMENADE MALL RING ROAD, PROJECT NO. PW21-15. Copies of these Standard Specifications are available from the publisher: BNi Building News Division of BNi Publications, Inc. 990 Park Center Drive, Suite E Vista, CA 92081 (760) 734-1113 The Standard Specifications will control the general provisions, construction materials, and construction methods for this Contract except as amended by the General Specifications, Special Provisions, and Technical Specifications for TRAFFIC SIGNAL - PROMENADE MALL RING ROAD, PROJECT NO. PW21-15. In case of conflict between the Standard Specifications and the other Contract Documents, the other Contract Documents shall take precedence over, and be used in lieu of, such conflicting portions. Where the Contract Documents describe portions of the work in general terms, but not in complete detail, it is understood that the item is to be furnished and installed completed and in place and that only the best general practice is to be used. Unless otherwise specified, the Contractor shall furnish all labor, materials, tools, equipment, and incidentals, and do all the work involved in executing the Contract. The Contract Documents are complementary, and what is called for by anyone shall be as binding as if called for by all. Any conflict between this Contract and any other Contract Document shall be resolved in favor of this Contract. 2. SCOPE OF WORK Contractor shall perform everything required to be performed, shall provide and furnish all the labor, materials, necessary tools, expendable equipment, and all utility and transportation services required for the following: TRAFFIC SIGNAL - PROMENADE MALL RING ROAD, PROJECT NO. PW21-15 All of said work to be performed and materials to be furnished shall be in strict accordance with the Drawings and Specifications and the provisions of the Contract Documents hereinabove enumerated and adopted by City. 3. CITY APPROVAL All labor, materials, tools, equipment, and services shall be furnished and work performed and completed under the direction and supervision, and subject to the approval of City or its authorized representatives. 4. CONTRACT AMOUNT AND SCHEDULE The City agrees to pay, and Contractor agrees to accept, in full payment for, the work agreed to be done, the sum of: FOUR HUNDRED TWELVE THOUSAND, TWO HUNDRED SIX DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ($412,206.00), the total amount of the base bid. Contractor agrees to complete the work in a period not to exceed 40 working days, commencing with delivery of a Notice to Proceed by City. Construction shall not commence until bonds and insurance are approved by City. 5. CHANGE ORDERS All change orders shall be approved by the City Council, except that the City Manager is hereby authorized by the City Council to make, by written order, changes or additions to the work in an amount not to exceed the contingency as established by the City Council. 6. PAYMENTS a. Lump Sum Bid Schedule: Before submittal of the first payment request, the Contractor shall submit to the Director of Public Works a schedule of values allocated to the various portions of the work, prepared in such form and supported by such data to substantiate its accuracy as the Director of Public Works may require. This schedule, as approved by the Director of Public Works, shall be used as the basis for reviewing the Contractor's payment requests. b. Unit Price Bid Schedule: Pursuant to Section 20104.50 of the Public Contract Code, within 30 days after submission of a payment request to the City, the Contractor shall be paid a sum equal to 95% of the value of the work completed according to the bid schedule. Payment request forms shall be submitted on or about the 30th day of each successive month as the work progresses. The final payment, if unencumbered, or any part thereof unencumbered, shall be made 60 days after acceptance of final payment and the Contractor filing a one-year Warranty and an Affidavit of Final Release with the City on forms provided by the City. C. Payment for Work Performed: Payments shall be made on demands drawn in the manner required by law, accompanied by a certificate signed by the City Manager, stating that the work for which payment is demanded has been performed in accordance with the terms of the Contract, and that the amount stated in the certificate is due under the terms of the Contract. Partial payments on the Contract price shall not be considered as an acceptance of any part of the work. d. Payment of Interest: Interest shall be paid on all undisputed payment requests not paid within 30 days pursuant to Public Contract Code Section 20104.50. Public Contract Code Section 7107 is hereby incorporated by reference. 7. LIQUIDATED DAMAGES / EXTENSION OF TIME a. Liquidated Damages: In accordance with Government Code Section 53069.85, Contractor agrees to forfeit and pay to City the sum of $1,000 per day for each calendar day completion is delayed beyond the time allowed pursuant to Paragraph 4 of this Contract. Such sum shall be deducted from any payments due to or to become due to Contractor. b. Extension of Time: Contractor will be granted an extension of time and will not be assessed liquidated damages for unforeseeable delays beyond the control of, and without the fault or negligence of the Contractor, including delays caused by City. Within ten calendar days of the occurrence of such delay, Contractor shall give written notice to City. Within 30 calendar days of the occurrence of the delay, Contractor shall provide written documentation sufficient to support its delay claim to City. Contractor's failure to provide such notice and documentation shall constitute Contractor's waiver, discharge, and release of such delay claims against City. 8, WAIVER OF CLAIMS On or before making each request for payment under Paragraph 6 above, Contractor shall submit to City, in writing, all claims for compensation as to work related to the payment. Unless the Contractor has disputed the amount of the payment, the acceptance by Contractor of each payment shall constitute a release of all claims against the City related to the payment. Contractor shall be required to execute an affidavit, release, and indemnity agreement with each claim for payment. 9. PREVAILING WAGES Pursuant to the provisions of Section 1773 of the Labor Code of the State of California, the City Council has obtained the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and the general rate for holiday and overtime work in this locality for each craft, classification, or type of workman needed to execute this Contract from the Director of the Department of Industrial Relations. Copies may be obtained from the California Department of Industrial Relations Internet website at http://www.dir.ca.gov. Contractor shall provide a copy of prevailing wage rates to any staff or subcontractor hired, and shall pay the adopted prevailing wage rates as a minimum. Contractor shall comply with the provisions of Sections 1720, 1720.9, 1725.5, 1771.1(a), 1773.8, 1775, 1776, 1777.5, 1777.6, and 1813 of the Labor Code. Pursuant to the provisions of 1775 of the Labor Code, Contractor shall forfeit to the City, as a penalty, the sum of $200.00 for each calendar day, or portion thereof, for each laborer, worker, or mechanic employed, paid less than the stipulated prevailing rates for any work done under this Contract, by him or by any subcontractor under him, in violation of the provisions of the Contract. This project, work, or service will be subject to compliance monitoring and enforcement by the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) pursuant to Labor Code Section 1771.4. 10. TIME OF THE ESSENCE Time is of the essence in this contract. 11. INDEMNIFICATION All work covered by this Contract done at the site of construction or in preparing or delivering materials to the site shall be at the risk of Contractor alone. Contractor agrees to save, indemnify, hold harmless and defend the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, employees, and agents, against any and all liability, injuries, or death of persons (Contractor's employees included), and damage to property, arising directly or indirectly out of the obligations herein undertaken or out of the operations conducted by Contractor, save and except claims or litigations arising through the sole active negligence or sole willful misconduct of the City. The Contractor shall indemnify and be responsible for reimbursing the City for any and all costs incurred by the City as a result of Stop Notices filed against the project. The City shall deduct such costs from progress payments or final payments due to the Contractor. 12, GRATUITIES Contractor warrants that neither it nor any of its employees, agents, or representatives has offered or given any gratuities or promises to City's employees, agents, or representatives with a view toward securing this Contract or securing favorable treatment with respect thereto. 13. CONFLICT OF INTEREST Contractor warrants that none of its partners, members or shareholders are related by blood or marriage to any employee of the City who has participated in the development of the specifications or approval of this project or who will administer this project nor are they in any way financially associated with any City officer or employee, or any architect, engineer, or other preparers of the Drawings and Specifications for this project. Contractor further warrants that no person in its employ nor any person with an ownership interest in the Contractor has been employed by the City within one year of the date of the Notice Inviting Bids. 14. CONTRACTOR'S AFFIDAVIT After the completion of the work contemplated by this Contract, Contractor shall file with the City Manager, its affidavit stating that all workmen and persons employed, all firms supplying materials, and all subcontractors upon the Project have been paid in full, and that there are no claims outstanding against the Project for either labor or materials, except certain items, if any, to be set forth in an affidavit covering disputed claims or items in connection with a Stop Notice which has been filed under the provisions of the laws of the State of California. 15. NOTICE TO CITY OF LABOR DISPUTES Whenever the Contractor has knowledge that any actual or potential labor dispute is delaying or threatens to delay the timely performance of the Contract, Contractor shall immediately give notice thereof, including all relevant information with respect thereto, to City. 16. BOOKS AND RECORDS Contractor's books, records, and plans or such part thereof as may be engaged in the performance of this Contract, shall at all reasonable times be subject to inspection and audit by any authorized representative of the City. 17. INSPECTION The work shall be subject to inspection and testing by City and its authorized representatives during manufacture and construction and all other times and places, including without limitation, the plants of Contractor and any of its suppliers. Contractor shall provide all reasonable facilities and assistance for the safety and convenience of inspectors. All inspections and tests shall be performed in such manner as to not unduly delay the work. The work shall be subject to final inspection and acceptance notwithstanding any payments or other prior inspections. Such final inspection shall be made within a reasonable time after completion of the work. 18. DISCRIMINATION Contractor represents that it has not, and agrees that it will not, discriminate in its employment practices on the basis of race, creed, religion, national origin, color, sex, age, or handicap. 19. GOVERNING LAW The City and Contractor understand and agree that the laws of the State of California shall govern the rights, obligations, duties and liabilities of the parties to this Contract and also govern the interpretation of this Contract. 20. PROHIBITED INTEREST No member, officer, or employee of the City of Temecula or of a local public body who has participated in the development of the specifications or approval of this project or will administer this project shall have any interest, direct or indirect, in the Contract or the proceeds thereof during his/her tenure or for one year thereafter. Furthermore, the Contractor covenants and agrees to their knowledge that no board member, officer or employee of the City of Temecula has any interest, whether contractual, non -contractual, financial or otherwise, in this transaction, or in the business of the contracting party other than the City of Temecula, and that if any such interest comes to the knowledge of either party at any time, a full and complete disclosure of all such information will be made, in writing, to the other party or parties, even if such interest would not be considered a conflict of interest under Article 4 (commencing with Section 1090) or Article 4.6 (commencing with Section 1220) of Division 4 of Title I of the Government Code of the State of California. 21 22 23. ADA REQUIREMENTS By signing this Contract, Contractor certifies that the Contractor is in total compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Public Law 101-336, as amended. WRITTEN NOTICE Any written notice required to be given in any part of the Contract Documents shall be performed by depositing the same in the U.S. Mail, postage prepaid, directed to the address of the Contractor as set forth in the Contract Documents, and to the City addressed as follows: Mailing and Delivery Address: Patrick A. Thomas, PE Director of Public Works / City Engineer City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 INSURANC;F The Contractor shall procure and maintain, for the duration of the Contract, insurance against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the work by the Contractor, its agents, representatives, employees or subcontractors. Minimum Scope of Insurance: Coverage shall be at least as broad as: Insurance Services Office Commercial General Liability Form No. CG 00 01 11 85 or 88. 2. Insurance Services Office Business Auto Coverage form CA 00 01 06 92 covering Automobile Liability, code 1 (any auto). If the Contractor owns no automobiles, a non -owned auto endorsement to the General Liability policy described above is acceptable. 3. Worker's' Compensation insurance as required by the State of California and Employer's Liability Insurance. If the Contractor has no employees while performing under this Contract, worker's compensation insurance is not required, but Contractor shall execute a declaration that it has no employees. Minimum Limits of Insurance: The Contractor shall maintain limits no less than: General Liability: Two Million Dollars $2,000,000 per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury, and property damage. If Commercial General Liability Insurance or other form with a general aggregate limit is used, either the general aggregate limit shall apply separately to this project/location or the general aggregate limit shall be twice the required occurrence limit. 2. Automobile Liability: One Million Dollars $1,000,000 per accident for bodily injury and property damage. 3. Worker's Compensation as required by the State of California; Employer's Liability: One Million Dollars $1,000,000 per accident for bodily injury or disease. Deductibles and Self -Insured Retentions: Any deductibles or self-insurance retentions shall not exceed Twenty -Five Thousand Dollars $25,000. Other Insurance Provisions: The general liability and automobile liability policies are to contain, or be endorsed to contain, the following provisions: 1. The City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees, and volunteers are to be covered as insureds as respects to liability arising out of activities performed by or on behalf of the Contractor; products and completed operations of the Contractor; premises owned, occupied or used by the Contractor, - or automobiles owned, leased, hired or borrowed by the Contractor. The coverage shall contain no special limitations on the scope of protection afforded to the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees, agents or volunteers. 2. For any claims related to this project, the Contractor's insurance coverage shall be primary insurance as respects the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees, agents and volunteers. Any insurance or self- insurance maintained by the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees, agents and volunteers shall be excess of the Contractor's insurance and shall not contribute with it. 3. Any failure to comply with reporting or other provisions of the policies including breaches of warranties shall not affect coverage provided to the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees, agents and volunteers. 4. The Contractor's insurance shall apply separately to each insured against whom claim is made or suit is brought, except with respect to the limits of the insurer's liability. 5. Each insurance policy required by this Contract shall be endorsed to state in substantial conformance to the following: If the policy will be cancelled before the expiration date the insurer will notify in writing to the City of such cancellation not less than 30 days prior to the cancellation effective date. 6. If insurance coverage is cancelled or reduced in coverage or in limits, the Contractor shall within two business days of notice from the insurer, phone, fax, and/or notify the City via certified mail, return receipt requested of the changes to or cancellation of the policy. Acceptability of Insurers: Insurance is to be placed with insurers with a current A.M. Best's rating of no less than A-, VII or better, unless otherwise acceptable to the City. Self- insurance shall not be considered to comply with these insurance requirements. Verification of Coverage: Contractor shall furnish the City with original endorsements effecting coverage required by this clause. The endorsements are to be signed by a person authorized by that insurer to bind coverage on its behalf. The endorsements are to be on forms provided by the City. All endorsements are to be received and approved by the City before work commences. As an alternative to the City's forms, the Contractor's insurer may provide complete, certified copies of all required insurance policies, including endorsements affecting the coverage required by these specifications. Subcontractors: Contractor shall include all subcontractors as insureds under its policies or shall furnish separate certificates and endorsements for each subcontractor. All coverages for subcontractors shall be subject to all of the requirements stated herein. 24. RECOVERED MATERIALS AND SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL ACT Contractor agrees to comply with all requirements of Section 6002 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), as amended (42 U.S.C. 6962), including but not limited to the regulatory provisions of 40 CFR Part 247, and Executive Order 12873, as they apply to the procurement of the items designated in Subpart B of 40 CFR Part 247. 25. TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SERVICES OR EQUIPMENT Contractor shall not procure or obtain, extend or renew a contract to procure or obtain, or enter into a contract to procure or obtain equipment, services, or systems that use covered telecommunications equipment or services as a substantial or essential component of any system, or as critical technology as part of any system. As described in Public Law 115- 232, section 889, covered telecommunications equipment is telecommunications equipment produced by Huawei Technologies Company or ZTE Corporation, or any subsidiary or affiliate of such entities. Covered equipment also includes video surveillance and telecommunications equipment or services provided by Hytera Communications Corporation, Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Company, Dahua Technology Company, any subsidiary or affiliate of such entities, and any entity that the Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the Director of the National Intelligence or the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, reasonably believes to be an entity owned or controlled by, or otherwise connected to, the government of a covered foreign country. 26. COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS The Contractor shall comply with all applicable federal, State and local laws, ordinances, codes and regulations in force at the time the Contractor performs pursuant to the Contract Documents and shall comply with all grant or funding terms and conditions applicable to the Contract and/or the work. 27. CLAIM DISPUTE RESOLUTION In the event of any dispute or controversy with the City over any matter whatsoever, the Contractor shall not cause any delay or cessation in or of work but shall proceed with the performance of the work in dispute. The Contractor shall retain any and all rights provided that pertain to the resolution of disputes and protests between the parties. The disputed work will be categorized as an "unresolved dispute" and payment, if any, shall be as later determined by mutual agreement or a court of law. The Contractor shall keep accurate, detailed records of all disputed work, claims and other disputed matters. All claims arising out of or related to the Contract or this project, and the consideration and payment of such claims, are subject to the Government Claims Act (Government Code Section 810 et seq.) with regard to filing claims. All such claims are also subject to Public Contract Code Section 9204 and Public Contract Code Section 20104 et seq. (Article 1.5), where applicable. This Contract hereby incorporates those provisions as though fully set forth herein. Thus, the Contractor or any Subcontractor must present a claim in accordance with the Government Claims Act as a prerequisite to prosecuting any claim against the City. The filing or prosecution of a claim in compliance with Section 9204 and/or Article 1.5 (if applicable) does not in any way obviate the need to timely present a claim under the Government Claims Act, or in any toll the expiration of any limitations period for the timely presentation of a claim under the Government Claims Act. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Contract to be executed on the date first above written. DATED: F r- 20 Z2 CONTRACTOR: International Line Builders, Inc. dba ILB Electric 3955 Temescal Canyon Road Corona, CA 92883 (951) 682-2982 Nick.Harman@ilbinc.com By: Matthew Edwards Print or type NAME Vice President of Operations Print or type TITLE* By:yr-~- Raul Carlos Print or type NAME Vice President of Business Develo Print or type TITLE* (*Signatures of two corporate officers required for Corporations) DATED: ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney t�pwLe: \sL— gl3/lav CITY OF TEMECULA m Matt Rahn, Mayor f Alk Tf�r � •=:�r! ni $authern Cali{arnia Wine Country TRAFFIC SIGNAL - PROMENADE MALL RING ROAD Infrastructure Project Project Description: This project will design and construct a fourth traffic signal on the Promenade Mall Ring Road. The new signal will be constructed at the intersection of the Promenade Mall East and the Ring Road. This is the most easterly entrance to the mall on Winchester Road, just west of Margarita Road. The project include full vehicular and pedestrian controlled movements, interconnection to the Winchester Road/ Promenade Mall East intersection and infrastructure to support future closed circuit video monitoring equipment. Benefit: This project improves vehicular and pedestrian traffic safety and circulation in the Promenade Mall and surrounding areas. Core Value: Healthy and Livable City Project Status: This project will be completed in Fiscal Year 2022-23. 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BACKGROUND: The Margarita Recreation Center (MRC), PW 17-21 is a Capital Improvement Program (CIP) project to design -build a new MRC building and pool to replace the old facility. Currently, the design phase is complete, the old MRC facility has been demolished, and the new MRC building and pool are under construction. The new MRC will be approximately 8,600 square feet of indoor space including a classroom, multipurpose room with operable partition, dance/fitness room, kitchen, administrative/reception offices, lifeguard/aquatic and first aid rooms, locker rooms, and restrooms. The new center's outdoor facilities include multiple patio spaces and a 65'wide x 75' long pool with shallow depth entry, transitioning to a 9' maximum depth, with a 3/4 meter height diving board. An accessory structure for mechanical equipment related to the pool as well as additional storage is also included. On March 9, 2021, the City Council awarded the design -build contract to De La Secura Builders (DLS), Inc in the amount of $8,680,459.90 and authorized the City Manager to approve contract change orders up to $120,000 for the project. During construction, Staff identified various items to be included in future or concurrent contracts for the MRC. It has now been determined that it is more efficient to include these items in the current design -build Contract. These items, which were mostly anticipated and already incorporated in the current CIP budget, include furnishings fixtures and equipment (FF&E) for the MRC building, FF&E for the pool deck, and enhanced sports lighting for the pool. These additions exceed the original contingency amount. Any remaining contingency will also be used of unforeseen conditions encountered as construction continues. Staff recommends an increase to the City Manager's authorized contingency in the amount of $895,000 for a total authorized contingency of $1,015,000. FISCAL IMPACT: The Margarita Recreation Center project is identified in the City's Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budget for Fiscal Years 2023-27 with funds including Capital Financing, DIF (Park & Rec Improvements) and Measure S. There are sufficient funds in Account No. 210.265.692 to increase the authorized contingency by $895,000. ATTACHMENTS: Project Description f Alk c7" The Heart of Southern California Wine Country MARGARITA RECREATION CENTER Infrastructure Project Project Description: This project consists of the construction of a new recreation center in Michael "Mike" Naggar Community Park in place of the former YMCA building. The project includes the demolition of the existing building and pool, constructing a new building and pool as determined by a Community Needs Assessment and available budget. The Information Technology component includes camera system infrastructure, access control, Public Wi-Fi and other identified technology needs. Benefit: This project will provide the City a new facility to meet the increasing demands of recreational programs. Core Value: Healthy and Livable City Project Status: Concept design completed in 2020. Design -Build to start in March 2021. Construction completion is anticipated in late 2022 and grand opening in early 2023. Department: Public Works - Account No. 210.265.999.692 / PW17-21 Level: I City of Temecula Fiscal Years 2023-27 Capital Improvement Program -,4 Project Cost: Prior Years Actuals 2022-23 2021-22 Adopted 2023-24 2024-25 2025-26 2026-27 Adjusted Budget Projected Projected Projected Projected Total Project Cost Administration 187,250 349,407 536,657 Construction 8,800,459 1,195,000 9,995,459 Construction Engineering 6,646 6,646 Design & Environmental 324,973 643,429 80,000 1,048,402 Information Technology 344,343 180,000 490,000 1,014,344 Total Expenditures 856,567 9,979,941 1,765,000 12,601,508 Source of Funds: Capital Financing 6,405,000 6,405,000 DIF-Park & Rec Improvements 600,000 600,000 DIF-Police Facilities 137,000 137,000 Measure 5 1,636,773 2,057,735 1,765,000 5,459,508 Total Funding i 8,041,773 2,794,735 1,765,000 12,601,508 Future Operating & Maintenance Costs: Total Operating Costs 1 1 852,844 879,730 903,157 923,5511 Notes : 1. Operating & Maintenance costs reflect the staffing, utilities, landscaping, security and supplies costs associated with the operation of this new facility. 2. Capital Financing reflects the Temecula Public Financing Authority's 2018 Lease Financing arrangement which provides $6.4M in funding, with a term of 15 years at an interest rate of3.42%, repaid by the General Fund. 143 Item No. 11 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: September 13, 2022 SUBJECT: Increase the Professional Services Contingency Authorization for the Margarita Recreation Center, Project No. PW17-21 PREPARED BY: Amer Attar, Engineering Manager Nino Abad, Senior Civil Engineer RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council: 1. Approve an increase to the contingency for professional services for the Margarita Recreation Center Project, PW17-21 by $80,000; and 2. Increase the City Manager Authority to approve change orders to the project services contract by $80,000. BACKGROUND: The Margarita Recreation Center (MRC), PW 17-21 is a Capital Improvement Program (CIP) project to design -build a new MRC building and pool to replace the old facility. Currently, the design phase is complete, the old MRC facility has been demolished, and the new MRC building and pool are under construction. The new MRC will be approximately 8,600 square feet of indoor space including a classroom, multipurpose room with operable partition, dance/fitness room, kitchen, administrative/reception offices, lifeguard/aquatic and first aid rooms, locker rooms, and restrooms. The new center's outdoor facilities include multiple patio spaces and a 65'wide x 75' long pool with shallow depth entry, transitioning to a 9' maximum depth, with a 3/4 meter height diving board. An accessory structure for mechanical equipment related to the pool as well as additional storage is also included. On February 26, 2019, the City Council awarded a professional services contract to NV5, Inc. in the amount of $880,365 and authorized the City Manager to approve contract change orders up to $88,036.50 for the project. The contract generally included the development of preliminary design and bridging documents, bid support, design -build project management services, geotechnical inspections, special inspections, and construction management services. The preconstruction phase of the work exceeded the anticipated duration due to design changes, additional reviews requested by staff, changes to the project budget, and rebidding the design -build contract. It is also anticipated that NV5 will need to provide additional construction management, inspection, and related services as the City intends to increase the scope of the design -build contract. The total of these additions to the professional services contract is anticipated to exceed the currently authorized contingency. Staff recommends an increase to the City Manager's authorized contingency in the amount of $80,000 for a total authorized contingency of $168,036.50. FISCAL IMPACT: The Margarita Recreation Center project is identified in the City's Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budget for Fiscal Years 2023-27 with funds including Capital Financing, DIF (Park & Rec Improvements), and Measure S. There are sufficient funds in Account No. 210.265.692 to increase the authorized contingency by $80,000. ATTACHMENTS: Project Description f Alk c7" The Heart of Southern California Wine Country MARGARITA RECREATION CENTER Infrastructure Project Project Description: This project consists of the construction of a new recreation center in Michael "Mike" Naggar Community Park in place of the former YMCA building. The project includes the demolition of the existing building and pool, constructing a new building and pool as determined by a Community Needs Assessment and available budget. The Information Technology component includes camera system infrastructure, access control, Public Wi-Fi and other identified technology needs. Benefit: This project will provide the City a new facility to meet the increasing demands of recreational programs. Core Value: Healthy and Livable City Project Status: Concept design completed in 2020. Design -Build to start in March 2021. Construction completion is anticipated in late 2022 and grand opening in early 2023. Department: Public Works - Account No. 210.265.999.692 / PW17-21 Level: I City of Temecula Fiscal Years 2023-27 Capital Improvement Program -,4 Project Cost: Prior Years Actuals 2022-23 2021-22 Adopted 2023-24 2024-25 2025-26 2026-27 Adjusted Budget Projected Projected Projected Projected Total Project Cost Administration 187,250 349,407 536,657 Construction 8,800,459 1,195,000 9,995,459 Construction Engineering 6,646 6,646 Design & Environmental 324,973 643,429 80,000 1,048,402 Information Technology 344,343 180,000 490,000 1,014,344 Total Expenditures 856,567 9,979,941 1,765,000 12,601,508 Source of Funds: Capital Financing 6,405,000 6,405,000 DIF-Park & Rec Improvements 600,000 600,000 DIF-Police Facilities 137,000 137,000 Measure 5 1,636,773 2,057,735 1,765,000 5,459,508 Total Funding i 8,041,773 2,794,735 1,765,000 12,601,508 Future Operating & Maintenance Costs: Total Operating Costs 1 1 852,844 879,730 903,157 923,5511 Notes : 1. Operating & Maintenance costs reflect the staffing, utilities, landscaping, security and supplies costs associated with the operation of this new facility. 2. Capital Financing reflects the Temecula Public Financing Authority's 2018 Lease Financing arrangement which provides $6.4M in funding, with a term of 15 years at an interest rate of3.42%, repaid by the General Fund. 143 Item No. 12 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick A. Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: September 13, 2022 SUBJECT: Reject All Bids for Mary Phillips Senior Center Enhancement and Renovation, PW20-13, and Authorize the Project to be Rebid PREPARED BY: Avlin R. Odviar, Principal Civil Engineer William Becerra, Associate Engineer II RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council: 1. Reject all Construction Bids for Mary Phillips Senior Center Enhancement and Renovation, PW20-13; and 2. Authorize the Department of Public Works to re -advertise Mary Phillips Senior Center Enhancement and Renovation, PW20-13 for Construction Bids. BACKGROUND: On June 14, 2022, City Council approved the plans and specifications and authorized the Department of Public Works to solicit construction bids for Mary Phillips Senior Center Enhancement and Renovation, PW20-13. The Mary Phillips Senior Center Enhancement and Renovation is an infrastructure project that will update and enhance the appearance, improve safety, and extend the life of the facility. The Project exterior scope includes removal, disposal, and installation of roof, siding, soffit, fascia, trim, doors, and windows. Interior scope includes replacement lighting, acoustics, trim, bookcase, and finishes. Accessibility improvements will be brought up to current standards throughout the building interior and site. The construction contract was publicly advertised between June 21 and August 4, 2022. Four bids were electronically opened and publicly posted on the City's online bidding service, PlanetBids, on Thursday, August 4. The results were as follows: AG Construction Non -Responsive Armstrong Cal Builders Non -Responsive Home Masters Intl Non -Responsive Southwest Construction Services Inc. Non -Responsive Staff has deemed the bids submitted by Home Masters Intl, Southwest Construction, and Armstrong Cal Builders Inc. as non -responsive because the contractors are self -performing less than 50% of the contract work. The construction contract, specifically Section 3-2 Self Performance of the Standard Specifications for Public Works Construction, requires that the contractor self -perform at least 50% of the contract work. One of the project's primary funding sources is Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds. The City's CDBG consultant evaluated the bids and determined that bids submitted by AG Construction and Armstrong Cal Builders Inc. as non -responsive because they did not submit the required federal documents listed in the Project Specifications, "Notice Inviting Bids," Section 12. AG Construction failed to submit any of the required CDBG forms while Armstrong Cal Builders Inc. was missing many of the CDBG forms. Omission of federal documents is material to the bid. Staff recommends that all bids be rejected and the construction contract be re -bid after careful analysis of the project scope and construction cost estimate. Prior to rebidding the project, staff will contact AG Construction and Armstrong Cal Builders Inc. regarding their omission of federal documents. Additionally, staff will solicit input from other bidders regarding their submitted bid proposals. Staff plans to use the contractors' input to update the contract documents, if deemed necessary, to realize greater interest from bidders and potentially receiving complete and more competitive and favorable bids. FISCAL IMPACT: There is no fiscal impact to rejecting all bids. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Project Description 2. Project Location Map f ANk The Heart aF Sauthern Cali{arnia Wine Country City of Temecula Fiscal Years 2023-27 Capital Improvement Program MARY PHILLIPS SENIOR CENTER ENHANCEMENT AND RENOVATION Infrastructure Project Project Description: This project includes the enhancement and renovation of the Mary Phillips Senior Center. Exterior improvements include new roof, siding, soffit, fascia, trim, doors and windows. Interior improvements include lighting, acoustics, trim, flooring, bookcase, and finishes. The project includes improvements in accessibility throughout the building interior and site in accordance with latest ADA requirements. Benefit: This project updates and enhances the appearance and improves safety and extends the life of the facility. Core Value: Healthy and Livable City Project Status: This project is in design. Construction is to commence in Fiscal Year 2022-23. Department: Public Works - Account No. 210.265.999.782 / PW20-13 Level: I Project Cost: Prior Years Actuals 2022-23 2021-22 Adopted 2023-24 2024-25 2025-26 2026-27 Adjusted Budget Projected Projected Projected Projected Total Project Cost Administration 88,000 88,000 176,000 Construction 829,000 139,925 968,925 Construction Engineering 41,000 41,000 Design & Environmental 18,112 57,488 500 76,100 Total Expenditures 18,112 1,015,488 228,425 1,262,025 Source of Funds: CDBG 18,112 705,794 723,906 Facilities Replacement Fund 279,694 279,694 Measure 5 30,000 228,425 258,425 Total Funding 48,112 985,488 228,425 1,262,025 Future Operating & Maintenance Costs: Total Operating Costs 145 + 711ECITYOF TEMECULA P i .8 0 68.39 136.8 Feet map is a user generated static output from an Internet mapping site and is for reference only. Data layers that WGS 1984 Web Mercator_Auxiliary_Spl aar on this man may or may not he accurate. current. or otherwise reliahle. — — — 3 MAP IS NOT TO BE USED FOR NAVIGATION © Latitude Geographics Group Legend ❑ Parcels i..; City of Temecula Boundary Streets ,all other values> COLLECTOR LIMITED SECONDARY ARTERIAL LOCAL MAJOR ARTERIAL MODIFIED SECONDARY ARTERI, PRINCIPAL ARTERIAL PRIVATE RURAL HIGHWAY SECONDARY ARTERIAL URBAN ARTERIAL Creeks ❑ Cities 1:821 tem No. 13 ACTION MINUTES TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MEETING COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA AUGUST 23, 2022 CALL TO ORDER at 6:29 PM: President James Stewart ROLL CALL: Alexander (absent), Edwards, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart CSD PUBLIC COMMENTS -None CSD CONSENT CALENDAR Unless otherwise indicated below, the following pertains to all items on the Consent Calendar. Approved the Staff Recommendation (4-0, Alexander absent): Motion by Edwards, Second by Rahn. The vote reflected unanimous approval with Alexander absent. 17. Approve Action Minutes of August 9, 2022 Recommendation: That the Board of Directors approve the action minutes of August 9, 2022. CSD DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES REPORT CSD GENERAL MANAGER REPORT CSD BOARD OF DIRECTORS REPORTS CSD ADJOURNMENT At 6:30 PM, the Community Services District meeting was formally adjourned to Tuesday, September 13, 2022 at 4:30 PM for a Closed Session, with a regular session commencing at 6:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. James Stewart, President ATTEST: Randi Johl, Secretary [SEAL] tem No. 14 ACTION MINUTES TEMECULA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY MEETING COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA AUGUST 23, 2022 CALL TO ORDER at 6:30 PM: Chair Matt Rahn ROLL CALL: Alexander (absent), Edwards, Rahn, Schwank, Stewart TPFA PUBLIC COMMENTS — None TPFA CONSENT CALENDAR Unless otherwise indicated below, the following pertains to all items on the Consent Calendar. Approved the Staff Recommendation (4-0, Alexander absent): Motion by Edwards, Second by Schwank. The vote reflected unanimous approval with Alexander absent. 18. Approve Resolutions Related to the Annexation of Territory to the Temecula Public Financing Authority Community Facilities District No. 16-01 (Roripaugh Ranch Phase 2) and Prospective Issuance of Special Tax Bonds Recommendation: That the Board of Directors adopt resolutions entitled: RESOLUTION NO. TPFA 2022-11 A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TEMECULA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY ACKNOWLEDGING RECEIPT OF A DEPOSIT RELATIVE TO THE ANNEXATION OF PROPERTY TO AND THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS FOR COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT NO. 16-01 (RORIPAUGH RANCH PHASE 2), AND AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING ACTIONS WITH RESPECT THERETO RESOLUTION NO. TPFA 2022-12 A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TEMECULA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY OF INTENTION TO ANNEX TERRITORY TO THE TEMECULA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT FACILITIES DISTRICT NO. 16-01 (RORIPAUGH RANCH PHASE 2) AND TO AUTHORIZE THE LEVY OF SPECIAL TAXES THEREIN TPFA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR REPORT TPFA BOARD OF DIRECTORS REPORTS TPFA ADJOURNMENT At 6:31 PM, the Temecula Public Financing Authority meeting was formally adjourned to Tuesday, September 13, 2022, at 4:30 PM, for a Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 6:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Matt Rahn, Chair ATTEST: Randi Johl, Secretary [SEAL] tem No. 15 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Luke Watson, Deputy City Manager DATE: September 13, 2022 SUBJECT: Approve Fiscal Year 2021-22 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) PREPARED BY: Brandon Rabidou, Principal Management Analyst RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2022- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING THE 2021-22 CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE EVALUATION REPORT (CAPER) WITH THE ADDITION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS, AND AUTHORIZING STAFF TO SUBMIT THE REPORT TO THE US DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT (HUD) BACKGROUND: As an entitlement grantee for the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program, the City of Temecula is required to prepare a Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) to analyze and summarize program accomplishments of the preceding program year. The CAPER assesses the City's progress towards completing activities identified in the Annual Action Plan, which covers the period from July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022. The CAPER also reports progress in meeting the overall Five -Year Consolidated Plan goals and priorities and identifies areas for improvement through self -evaluations and HUD performance reviews. The CAPER is an annual report required by HUD. Typically, it is to be completed within 90 days after the close of the fiscal year. All funding allocations and projects summarized in the annual report have been previously approved by City Council throughout the reporting period. ASSESSMENT OF FAIR HOUSING ACCOMPLISHMENTS In July 2015, HUD updated its guidelines on affirmatively furthering fair housing. The update obligates HUD grantees to analyze fair housing and set locally determined fair housing goals through the Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH). The 2017-2021 City of Temecula Assessment of Fair Housing included four goals and associated action items intended to remove barriers to fair housing in the community. These strategies, which have been approved by HUD, have been incorporated into the Consolidated Plan and Annual Action Plans. Overall progress for the entire Consolidated Plan cycle is summarized below. Goal 1: Amend the Zoning Code to promote the development of affordable housing. Action Item: The Affordable Housing Overlay and Density Bonus Ordinance were adopted on September 25, 2018. Action Item: The City Council approved the 245-unit Cypress Ridge (now Rancho Soleo) project, which will offer options for families with special needs. Action Item: The City Council approved the Altair Specific Plan for the construction of up to 1,750 dwelling units, which allows for micro -units and accessory dwelling units. Action Item: The City approved the Rancho Las Bolsas project, consisting of 55 affordable units, which was a direct result of the affordable housing overlay zoning amendment. Goal 2: Increase and preserve affordable units for renters and homeowners. Action Item: The City partnered with Affirmed Housing to re-syndicate/rehabilitate Mission Village apartments. The project is estimated to be completed by end of 2020. The re -syndication will preserve the affordable units for an additional 55 years. As a part of the deal, the City also received an additional $1.3 million in affordable housing funds. Action Item: City Council approved a Disposition and Development Agreement with Temecula Pacific Associates on June 25, 2019 for the construction of 60 affordable housing units. The City will make both a land and a financial contribution to the project. Action Item: City Council approved a $10.1 million loan agreement with Community Housing Works for the construction of 77 affordable units in the Uptown Temecula Specific Plan area. Action Item: The City has translated its affordable housing brochure into Spanish. In addition, the City's website can be translated into 104 different languages. Action Item: On May 22, 2018, the City agreed to participate in the two-year County's Mortgage Certificate Program. Action Item: The City entered into an agreement with BRIDGE Housing for the installation of a photovoltaic system to reduce utility costs for Madera Vista. Action Item: Madera Vista, a 100% affordable housing development, completed the third and final phase of construction. Action Item: Rancho California Apartments have been completely rehabilitated and re - syndicated, adding an additional 55 years to the term of their affordability. Action Item: Las Haciendas project approved, 77 affordable units. Rancho Highlands has 55 affordable units. Action Item: The City funded four critical home maintenance repairs for low and moderate - income owner -occupants in 2021-22, with 43 over the life of the program. Action Item: The City added an additional $4 million for the Vine Creek Affordable Housing Project, which includes 60 affordable units. Goal 3: Provide greater access to public facilities for persons with disabilities. Action Item: The Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Transition Plan is complete. Action Item: Construction of the Ynez Road and Mercedes sidewalk projects are complete. Action Item: The replacement of the Old Town Boardwalks is complete. Action Item: The construction of the West Side Business Park ADA Improvements Project was completed in program year 2021-2022. Goal 4: Provide equal housing opportunities for protected classes Action Item: The City conducted a presentation on fair housing at Temecula Trekkers on August 15, 2018. Action Item: The City funded a fair housing program offered by the Fair Housing Council of Riverside County, which served 437 Temecula residents during the Program Year 2021-2022. Action Item: The City has a provided a link on its website to fair housing information and has disseminated fair housing information at various City facilities. CONSOLIDATED PLAN ACCOMPLISHMENTS During the 2021-2022 Fiscal Year, the City of Temecula funded eight (8) public services, one (1) project from the ADA Compliance Program, and one (1) housing rehabilitation program. The City also provided one-on-one training to the public service providers, conducted desktop monitoring for its sub -recipient, and performed oversight of fiscal systems to track progress of the CDBG grant program. Accomplishments from the program year include the following: • In conjunction with the Fair Housing Council, provided fair housing services by assisting 437 clients, including 436 landlord -tenant mediation services and 1 anti- discrimination complaints • Provided 56 low- and moderate -income youth with clothing and school supplies through the Assistance League • Completed 5 housing rehabilitation projects through the Habitat for Humanity Critical Home Maintenance and Repair Improvement Program, for a total of 43 housing units over the life of the program • Served 39 persons experiencing homelessness, or those at risk of homelessness, through the City's Homeless Prevention and Diversion Program • Operated the City's Help Center to provide homelessness services • Assisted 76 victims of domestic violence through SAFE Family Justice Center • Assisted 75 victims of domestic violence through Riverside Area Rape Crisis Center. • Provided case management for 89 persons experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness through Community Mission of Hope • Provided direct advocacy for 4 foster children through Voices for Children • Provided before and after school care for 7 children through the Boys & Girls Club • Ensured that 18 Temecula households stayed housed during the pandemic through the City's Mortgage and Rental Assistance Program NOTICING A Notice of Public Hearing and the commencement of the 15-day public review period was published in the Press Enterprise on August 29, 2022, informing the public of the proposed adoption of the 2021-2022 CAPER. FISCAL IMPACT: The timely submittal of the CAPER to HUD enables the City to continue to receive and distribute entitlement funds on an annual basis. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Resolution — 2021-2022 CAPER 2. Exhibit A — 2021-2022 CAPER (Posted on www.TemeculaCA.gov/CDBG) 3. Notice of Public Hearing (English) RESOLUTION NO. 2022- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING THE 2021-2022 CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE EVALUATION REPORT (CAPER) WITH THE ADDITION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS, AND AUTHORIZING STAFF TO SUBMIT THE REPORT TO THE US DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT (HUD) THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Recitals. A. The City Council adopted Resolution No. 11-42 on June 14, 2011 initiating the City to obtain entitlement community status from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and authorized the Director of Community Development to prepare and return for City Council approval all documents required for the designation as an entitlement city, including a Five -Year Consolidated Plan, an Action Plan, a Citizen Participation Plan, an Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing, and a Community Development Needs Assessment; B. The City Council adopted Resolution No. 11-78 on November 1, 2011, approving a Citizen Participation Plan that sets forth the City's policies and procedures for citizen participation in the development of its Five -Year Consolidated Plan, Annual Action Plans, Annual Performance Reports, and any substantial amendments deemed necessary for direct administration of federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds. C. The City Council adopted Resolution No. 12-30 on April 10, 2012, approving the Five -Year Consolidated Plan required by HUD for the City to receive federal CDBG funds each year. D. The City Council adopted Resolution No. 17-24 on April 25, 2017 approving the 2017-21 Five -Year Consolidated Plan required by HUD to receive federal CDBG funds each year. E. The City Council adopted Resolution No. 2021-21 on April 27, 2021 approving the 2021-22 Annual Action Plan. F. The Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER) for 2021-22 has been prepared as required by HUD. G. The CAPER is an annual report that reviews the success of the City in achieving the goals outlined in the 2017-2021 Five -Year Consolidated Plan and 2021-22 Annual Action Plan. H. The City is required to submit this report because of its annual receipt of CDBG funds. I. The City Council considered the CAPER at a publicly noticed meeting on September 13, 2022, and the City Council considered all information related to this matter, including any information and comments provided during the public review period or at the public meeting. Section 2. The City Council hereby approves the Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER), attached as Exhibit A; the City Manager or the City Manager's duly authorized designee is hereby authorized to insert into Exhibit A, a summary of public input provided during the meeting of September 13, 2022; delegates authority to the City Manager, or the City Manager's duly authorized designee, to submit the documents to HUD. Section 3. Certification. The City Clerk shall certify to the adoption of this Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 13th day of September, 2022. Matt Rahn, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk, of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 2022- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 13th day of September, 2022, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk Exhibit A — 2021-22 DRAFT CAPER i ne meart of aoutnern L-autornia Wine Country 2021-22 Program Year Community Development Block Grant Draft Consolidated Annual Performance & Evaluation Report City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 City Council September 13, 2022 This page is intentionally left blank. Table of Contents CR-05 Goals and Outcomes........................................................................................................... 5 CR-10 Racial and Ethnic Composition of (person/households/families) Assisted ........................14 CR-15 Resources and Investments..............................................................................................15 CR-20 Affordable Housing...........................................................................................................18 CR-25 Homeless and Other Special Needs.................................................................................. 21 CR-30 Public Housing.................................................................................................................. 25 CR-35 Other Actions.................................................................................................................... 26 CR-40 Monitoring........................................................................................................................32 CR-45 CDBG.................................................................................................................................34 Appendices AppendixA— Public Notices..........................................................................................................A Appendix B — Summary of Citizen Participation Comments.......................................................... B Appendix C— City Discretionary Community Services Grants........................................................ C AppendixD — IDIS Reports.............................................................................................................D City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER i This page is intentionally left blank. CR-05 Goals and Outcomes Progress the jurisdiction has made in carrying out its strategic plan and its action plan. 91.520(a) This document represents the City of Temecula's 2021-22 Program Year Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER) related to the City's Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program. Pursuant to the federal regulations applicable to the CDBG Program, the CAPER is prepared annually to evaluate the City's overall progress and performance in meeting the priority activities identified within its Strategic Plan and Annual Action Plan. The CAPER provides the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the public, and the City an opportunity to review Temecula's housing and community development accomplishments for the 2021-22 Program Year, with a special focus on those activities funded by the CDBG program. The City funded ten (9) public service activities, one (1) capital improvement project, and one (1) housing rehabilitation program in the 2021-22 Annual Action Plan. Some of the specific accomplishments for the 2021-22 Program Year include: • In conjunction with the Fair Housing Council, provided fair housing services by assisting 437 clients, including 436 landlord -tenant mediation services and 1 anti -discrimination complaints • Provided 56 low- and moderate -income youth with clothing and school supplies through the Assistance League • Completed 5 housing rehabilitation projects through the Habitat for Humanity Critical Home Maintenance and Repair Improvement Program, for a total of43 housing units over the life of the program • Served 39 persons experiencing homelessness, or those at risk of homelessness, through the City's Homeless Prevention and Diversion Program • Operated the City's Help Center to provide homelessness services • Assisted 76 victims of domestic violence through SAFE Family Justice Center • Assisted 75 victims of domestic violence through Riverside Area Rape Crisis Center. • Provided case management for 89 persons experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness through Community Mission of Hope • Provided direct advocacy for 4 foster children through Voices for Children • Provided before and after school care for 7 children through the Boys & Girls Club • Completed on capital improvement project (West Side Business Park Improvements). 5 COVID-19 Allocations In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and it was signed into law on March 27, 2020, authorizing $2.2 trillion for a variety of measures to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Under the CARES Act, HUD provided special allocations of CDBG funds to the City of Temecula. In total, the City received $1,193,916 of CDBG-CV funds to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the COVID-19 Pandemic as follows: CDBG-CV $1,193,916 Total: $1,193,916 CDBG-CV funds were used by the City of Temecula to address health, and housing needs of Temecula residents. Pursuant to the CARES Act, HUD awarded formula grant allocations of CDBG-CV funds to CDBG entitlement jurisdictions in two funding rounds. Several months elapsed between funding announcements. Accordingly, it was necessary for the City to amend its 2020-2021 Action Plan two times over a one-year period to receive CARES Act funds. CDBG-CV funds must be fully spent by June 24, 2026. The City of Temecula made significant progress toward each expenditure goal during the 2020-2021 Program Year by assisting 33 small businesses through the Temecula Assist Program and designed and implemented its Temecula MRAP (Mortgage and Rental Assistance Program) for those impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic. During the 2021-2022 Program Year, the City created and funded with its second CDBG-CV allocation the Temecula Mortgage and Rental Assistance Program, The Homeless Assistance Program, and set aside funds to account for the Administration of the CDBG-CV funds. It should also be noted that the City also funded the CV -Administration activity with City funds also, ensuring that as much CV funds would go toward directly to necessary activities. The Mortgage and Rental Assistance program ensured that 18 Temecula households stayed housed during the pandemic and program year of 2021-22. Table 1 provides a summary of the five-year and one-year accomplishments for the period ending June 30, 2022, arranged by each of the Strategic Plan Goals included in the 2017-2021 Strategic Plan of the Consolidated Plan for the CDBG Program. Comparison of the proposed versus actual outcomes for each outcome measure submitted with the consolidated plan and explain, if applicable, why progress was not made toward meeting goals and objectives. 91.520(g) There were two capital improvement projects that were not closed out during the program year.The status of those projects is as follows: • Public Facilities ADA Improvements Phase 1 18-16: The project is in the design phase and anticipated to be completed in program year 2022-23. C. Mary Phillips Senior Center ADA Improvements Project.: Project is scheduled to be awarded before end of calendar year 2022 and construction to be completed by June 2023. Table 1- Accomplishments — Strategic Plan & Program Year to Date 5-Year Strategic Plan 2021-22 Program Year 5 2021-22 PY Unit of Goal Category Indicator Percent Percent Amount Measure Expected Actual Expected Actual Complete Complete Affordable Local : $12.4 Affordable million Housing Housing Housing Units Provided 100 0 0% 0 0 0% Housing CDBG: Units Development $0 Owner Occupied Housing Affordable CDBG: Housing Rehabilitation Households 15 30 200% 5 5 100% Preservation Housing $52,662.72 Provided Fair Housing Affordable CDBG: Households Served Households 1,750 2,386 136% 326 437 134% Services Housing $22,653.61 Services for Low- and Non -Housing Moderate - Community CDBG: Public Services Provided Persons 600 422 70% 62 63 102% $20,908.83 Income Development Residents Services for Non -Housing Persons with Community CDBG: Public Services Provided Persons 300 502 167% 55 155 282% $13,939.22 Special Needs Development Services to the CDBG: homeless and $27,124.59 Homeless Persons Homeless Persons 350 739 211% 195 128 66% those at risk of Local Funds: Served homelessness $715,725 Disabled persons served Services to seniors and Seniors $�BG: Persons 160 146 91% 0 0 0% veterans City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 5-Year Strategic Plan 2021-22 Program Year 5 Goal Category 2021-22 PY Indicator Unit of Percent Percent Amount Measure Expected Actual Expected Actual Complete Complete Neighborhood Infrastructure Non -Housing Neighborhood, public and Public Community CDBG: facilities and Public 30,000 18,020 60% 6,685 6,685 100% $314,514.03 Facilities Facility Development Infrastructure improved Improvements Small business Non -Housing creation and Community CDBG: $0 Businesses Assisted Businesses 24 18 75% 8 N/A N/A expansion Development Affordable Housing AFH: Land use Affordable Overlay Zone and CDBG: $0 Other 2 2 100% - - - and zoning laws Housing Density Bonus Ordinances Adopted AFH: Non -Homeless CDBG: $0 One Plan Adopted Other 1 1 100% - - - Inaccessibility Special Needs Planning and CDBG: Planning $112,835 Other Other - - - - - - Administration City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER Assess how the jurisdiction's use of funds, particularly CDBG, addresses the priorities and specific objectives identified in the plan, giving special attention to the highest priority activities identified. As shown in Table 1, during the 2021-22 Program Year, the City and its housing and community development partners made substantial progress with its 2021-22 Program Year activities as well as its multi -year activities that were continued from the previous Program Years. All CDBG- funded activities addressed specific high priority objectives identified in the 2017-2021 Consolidated Plan. One of the highest priorities in the Consolidated Plan and Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH) was to address Neighborhood Infrastructure and Public Facility needs. During the 2021-22 Program Year, the emphasis of the City's CDBG program was completing the installation or replacement of sidewalks to address the needs of low- and moderate -income persons as well as persons with disabilities. An ADA improvement project to the City's West Side Business park was in prior to the close of the program year. The removal of some sidewalk walkways to account for accessible ramps and curb cuts led way to the elimination of barriers to those withdisabilities. The preservation of the City's housing stock is another high priority of the CDBG program. In the 2021-22 Program Year, the City provided CDBG funds to Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley (HFHIV) for its Critical Home Maintenance and Repair Program. HFHIV was able to commit and expend all their remaining 2020-21 Program Year funds and was able to spend a very large portion ofthe funds allocated in 2021-22. Because it is a capital improvement funded project funds are carried over. The small remaining balance from 2021-22 funds will be spent in the 2022-23 program year along with its upcoming funds that it was awarded in 2022-23. Five housing units were completed during the 2021-22 Program Year. Five additional housing units are in the application approval process and anticipated completion in program year 2022-23. Local community business organizations funded in program year 2021-22 were able to address a variety of public service needs for Temecula residents. This was accomplished by funding the following nine public service programs: • Fair housing services through the Fair Housing Council • Clothing and school supplies for lower income student through the Temecula Valley Assistance League • Service to the homeless and those at risk of being homeless through the City's Homeless Prevention and Diversion Program • Case management for the homeless and those at risk of homelessness through Community Mission of Hope • Assistance to victims of domestic violence through SAFE Family Justice Center and Riverside Area Rape Crisis Center • Advocacy services for foster children through Voices for Children • Before and after school care through the Boys and Girls Club City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 10 The City identified four goals in the 2017 Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH) and made progress in completing those goals during the 2021-22 Program Year. See previous CAPER for additional accomplishments in achieving its five-year goals. Goal 1: Amend Zoning Code to promote the development of affordable housing. • City Council adopted the Affordable Housing Overly Zone and Density Bonus Ordinance on September 25, 2018. • The City Council also adopted an accessory dwelling unit ordinance. Goal 2: Increase and preserve affordable units for renters and homeowners. • The City has been actively negotiating with developers for the use of the $12.4 million of Tax Allocation Bond (TAB) proceeds. City Council approved a Disposition and Development Agreement with Temecula Pacific Associates on June 25, 2019, for the provision of 60 affordable housing units in the Vine Creek Apartment complex. The City is making both a land and a financial contribution to the project. The project has received state funding and will likely be under construction in 2023. • The Rancho Highlands (Arrive) project was approved with 55 units (in addition to market rate units) in October 2020. The project is under construction. • The City approved a $10 million loan agreement to construct 77 housing units in the Las Haciendas apartment complex. The project is under construction. • The City has translated its affordable housing brochure into Spanish. In addition, the City's website can be translated into 104 different languages. • The City funded four critical home maintenance repairs for LMI owner -occupants. • On March 14, 2020, the City closed a deal with Affirmed Housing to re -syndicate and rehabilitate the Mission Village apartments. It is expected that the project will be completed in 2020. The re -syndication will preserve the affordable units for an additional 55 years. As part of the negotiations, the City also received an additional $1.3 million in affordable housing funds. • In 2019-20 Program Year, the City extended its participation in a two-year County's Mortgage Certificate Program. • The City entered into an agreement with BRIDGE Housing for the installation of a photovoltaic system to reduce utility costs for the affordable housing development. Goal 3: Provide greater access to public facilities and improvements for persons with disabilities. • The City completed its Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan and is currently prioritizing action items. The construction was completed during the 2021-22 program year of the ADA Westside Business Park project will provide improvedaccess for persons with disabilities. Goal 4: Provide equal housing opportunities for protected classes • The City funded a robust fair housing program offered by the Fair Housing Council of Riverside County, which served 437 Temecula residents during the 2021-22 Program Year. City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 11 Due to COVID-19, the Fair Housing Council saw a spike in their requests for service. The agency worked overtime and adjusted their service model to account for remote access to residents, and providing virtual workshops and meetings to address this need. • The City has a provided a link on its website to fair housing information and has disseminated fair housing information at various City facilities. • The City conducted a presentation on fair housing at Temecula Trekkers in the 2018-19 Program Year. Figure 1— Use of 2021-22 CDBG Funds Strategic Plan Goal /Activity Source Allocation Spent in 2021-22 Spent through 6130122 Percent Spent 1. Affordable Housing 0evelopment None Subtotal $ $ $ 2. Housing Preservation (14A) 2020 Critical Home Maintenance /Repair CDBG $ 50,OOD.00 $ SD,ODO.DO $ SD,ODO.DO 1DD% 2021 Critical Home Maintenance /Repair CDBG $ 52,662.72 $ 52,259.13 $ 52,258.13 99% Subtotal $ 102,662.72 $ 102,258.13 5 102,258.13 10D% 3. Fair Housing Services 2021 Fair Housing Services (D5J) CDBG $ 22,653.61 $ 22,319.43 $ 22,318.43 99% Subtotal $ 22,651.51 $ 22,318.43 $ 22,119.43 99% 4. Services for Low and Moderate Income Persons 2021 Assistance League of Temecula Valley (051)) CDBG $ 6,969.61 $ 6,969.61 $ 6,969.61 IGD% 2021 Boys and Girls Club (05D) CDBG $ 6,969.61 $ 6,969.61 $ 6,969.61 IUD% Subtotal $ 13,939.22 $ 13,939.22 $ 13,939.22 100% S. Services for Residentfor Special Needs 2021 SAFE (MG) CDBG $ 6,969.61 $ 6,696.30 $ 6,696.30 96% 2021 Voices for Children (05N) CDBG $ 6,969.61 $ 6,969.(,1 $ 6,969.61 10D% 2021 Riverside Area Rape Crisis Center CDBG $ 6,969.61 $ 6,969.61 $ 6,969.61 100-1/a Subtotal $ 20,908.83 $ 20,635.52 $ 20,635.52 99% 6. Services forthe Homeless and At -Risk of Homelessness 2021 Community Mission of Hope (D5W) CDBG $ 6,969.61 $ 6,969.61 $ 6,969.61 10D% 2021 Homeless Prevention/Diversion (05W) CDBG $ 20,154.98 $ 20-,154.98 $ 20.154.98 10D% Subtotal $ 27,124.59 $ 27,124.59 $ 27,124.59 100% 8. Public Facilities and Infrastructure Improvements 2019 Public Facilities ADA Improvements Ph 118-16 CDBG $ 323,660-.00. $ 75,446.92 $ 75,446.92 23% 2020 West Side Business ParkADA Improvements 2020 Mary Phillips Senior Center Rehabilitation 2021 Mary Phillips Senior Center Rehabilitation CDBG $ 313,695.00 $ 265,337.39 $ 265,337.39 B5% CDBG $ 412,055.75 $ 51,845.88 $ 51,845.88 13% CDBG $ 314,514.03 $ $ 0% Subtotal $1,363,924.79 $ 392,630.19 $ 392,630.19 29% 9. Small Business Creation and Expansion None CDBG $ $ $ 10. Planning and Administration 2021 CDBG Administration CDBG $ 110,502.00 $ 85,957.13 $ 85,857.13 78% Subtotal $ 110,502.0D $ 85,857.13 $ 85,857.13 781/o CDBG Totals $1,661,71S.7S $ 664,763.21 $ 654,763.21 401/6 Note: No CDBG funds were set aside to address Strategic Plan Goals No. 1 (Affordable Housing Development), No.10 (Amend land use and zoning) and No. 11 (Inaccessibility). City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 12 Figure 2 —Program Year Accomplishments by Strategic Plan Goal Strategic Plan Goal f Activity Unit of Measure Expected Actual Percent 2. Housing Preservation (14A) 2021 Critical Horne Repair Program Households 5 5 100% Subtotal 5 5 10D% 3. Fair Housing Services 2021 Fair Housing Services (05J} Persons 326 437 134% Subtotal 326 437 134% 4. Services for Low and Moderate Income Persons 2021 Assistance League of Temecula Valley (05D) Persons 55 56 102` 2021 Boys and Girls Club (05D) Persons 7 7 100% Subtotal 62 63 102% S. Services for Resident for Special Needs 2021 SAFE (05G) Persons 41 76 185 2021 Voices for Children (05N) Persons 4 4 100% 2021 Riverside Area Rape Crisis Center Persons 10 75 75G% Subtotal 55 155 282% 6. Services forthe Homeless and At -Risk of Homelessness 2021 Community Mission of Hope (05W) Persons 135 89 66`1 2021 Homeless Prevention/Diversion (05WI Persons 60 39 65% Subtotal 195 128 66% 8. Public Facilities and Infrastructure Improvements 2019 Public Facilities ADA Improvements Ph 1 18-16 Persons 2,090 0 0% 2020West Side Business Park ADA Improvements Persons 6,685 6,695 100% Subtotal 8,775 6,685 75% 9. Small Business Creation and Expansion No established goals Businesses 0 0 0% Subtotal 0 0 0% City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 13 CR-10 - Racial and Ethnic composition of families assisted Describe the families assisted (including the racial and ethnic status of families assisted). 91.520(a) Table 2a — Table of assistance to racial and ethnic populations by source of funds (housing units) CDBG White 5 Black or African American 0 Asian 0 American Indian or American Native 0 Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0 Multi-Racial/Other 0 Total 5 Hispanic 0 Not Hispanic 5 Table 2b — Table of assistance to racial and ethnic populations by source of funds (public services) CDBG White 430 Black or African American 101 Asian 52 American Indian or American Native 2 Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 6 Multi -Racial 5 Other 187 Total 783 Hispanic 252 Not Hispanic 531 Narrative Tables 2a and 2b provide aggregate data for the combined number of people, families, households or housing units served reported during the 2021-22 Program Year based on accomplishment data from all CDBG activities. Based on the information in these tables, a diverse array of persons, families, households or housing unit occupants benefitted from CDBG-funded housing or public service projects during the 2021-22 Program Year. City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 14 CR-15 - Resources and Investments 91.52O(a) Identify the resources made available Table 3 - Resources Made Available Source of Funds Resources Made Amount Expended Available During Program Year CDBG $564,175 $664,763 Narrative The resources described in Table 3 above included $564,175 in 2021-2022 CDBG formula grant funds. (The expended amount in the above table includes funds for carryover projects allocated in prior years as listed in Figure 1.) The City did not receive any CDBG program income. Under the CARES Act, HUD provided special allocations of CDBG funds to the City of Temecula. In total, the City received $1,193,916 of CDBG-CV funds to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the COVID-19 Pandemic as follows: CDBG-CV $1,193,916 Total: $1,193,916 **It should be noted that $329,000 were expended during the 2020-2021 program year as part of the City's Temecula Assist Program (CDBG-CV funded). The remaining of the CDBG-CV funds were allocated to the City's Mortgage and Rental Assistance Program, Homeless Assistance Program, and CV -Administration. Remaining CDBG-CV funds are anticipated to be fully expended by the end of the 2022-23 Program Year. Table 4 — Identify the geographic distribution and location of investments Planned Actual Target Area Percentage of Percentage of Narrative Description Allocation Allocation Public services mostly serve low- and Citywide 0% 0% moderate -income clients who live intarget areas. Low- and Moderate- Public works projects are exclusively inlow- and 100% 100% Income Areas moderate -income areas. Narrative For the 2021-22 Program Year, the City expended $664,763 of its CDBG funds on Public Facilities and Infrastructure activities designed to benefit persons with disabilities on a citywide basis; however, the activities were also located in one of the City's low- and moderate -income areas. City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 15 Leveraging Explain how federal funds leveraged additional resources (private, state and local funds), including a description of how matching requirements were satisfied, as well as how any publicly owned land or property located within the jurisdiction that were used to address the needs identified in the plan. To address the housing and community development needs in Temecula, the City leveraged its CDBG entitlement grant with a variety of funding resources to maximize the effectiveness of available funds. The City leveraged CDBG funds with $143,600 of the City's local Measure S funds to address barriers to persons with disabilities within the Westside Business Park ADA Improvements Project. In addition, the City has been utilizing an existing City -owned building (the Help Center: 28922 Pujol St. Temecula, CA) to house the Homeless Prevention and Diversion Program. Also, the CDBG-funded SAFE program is housed in a City -owned facility (located at: 28910 Pujol St. Temecula, CA) for a nominal fee. To address the needs of the homeless population, the City used CDBG funds to expand its Responsible Compassion Program. In 2021-22, the City fund contribution for that program was $715,725. The City leveraged CDBG funds with $100,000 of the City's Community Services funding for the various public services organizations. See Appendix C. To meet its affordable housing construction goals, the City Council approved a Disposition and Development Agreement with Temecula Pacific Associates on June 25, 2019, for the provision of 60 affordable housing units known as the Vine Creek Apartments utilizing its Tax Allocation Bond proceeds. Entitlements for this project are complete. In addition to a financial contribution, the City will contribute publicly owned land to this project. The City has also committed $10.1 million of its Tax Allocation Bond proceeds for the construction of a 77-unit apartment complex known as Las Haciendas. The Rancho Highlands (Arrive) project was approved with 55 units (in addition to market rate units) in October 2020. Relocation and Real Property Acquisition — Indicate the number of persons displaced, the cost of relocation payments, the number of parcels acquired, and the cost of acquisition No persons were displaced or relocated because of the CDBG-funded projects. The City did not use any CDBG funds to acquire property. City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 16 Table 5 — Relocation and Real Property Acquisition Parcels Acquired 0 $0 Businesses Displaced 0 $0 Nonprofit Organizations Displaced 0 $0 Households Temporarily Relocated, not Displaced 0 $0 Minority Property Enterprises Alaskan White Households Asian or Total Native or Black Non- Non - Displaced Pacific Hispanic Hispanic American Hispanic Islander Indian Number 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cost $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 17 CR-20 - Affordable Housing 91.520(b) Evaluation of the jurisdiction's progress in providing affordable housing, including the number and types of families served, the number of extremely low-income, low-income, moderate - income, and middle -income persons served. Table 6 — Number of Households One -Year Goal Actual Number of homeless households to be provided 0 0 affordable housing units Number of non -homeless households to be 0 0 provided affordable housing units Number of special -needs households to be 0 0 provided affordable housing units Total 0 0 Table 7 Number of Households Supported One -Year Goal Actual Number of households supported through rental 0 0 assistance Number of households supported through the 0 0 production of new units Number of households supported through the 5 5 rehab of existing units Number of households supported through the 0 0 acquisition of existing units Total 5 5 Discuss the difference between goals and outcomes and problems encountered in meeting these goals. All housing rehabilitation activities under the Habitat for Humanity Critical Home Repair Maintenance Program were completed by the end of the program year even with COVID-19 access restrictions. With adjusting to the "new norms" of the pandemic to entering and rehabilitating the home in safe manner being alongside the homeowner Habitat was able to successfully meet its goal of completing 5 rehabilitations on a goal of 5 and getting all expenditures current to the program year. The ADA project for Public Facilities Phase I is in the design stage and is expected to be completed in the 2022-23 Program Year. Delays due to the global COVID-19 pandemic cause large delays in having the appropriate job walks, pre -bid meetings and anticipated use of materials on backorder continue to plague construction projects as firms continue to update procedures as to how workers continue key construction work during pandemic. City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 18 No goals were set for the development of new affordable housing in 2021-22 Program Year with CDBG dollars; however, the City made substantial progress in meeting its five-year affordable housing goals. The City has approved two housing projects that would utilize the $12.4 million of Tax Allocation Bond (TAB) proceeds during the 2020-21 program year. The City fulfilled several of its goals for its FY 2021-2022 Action Plan in accordance with the FY 2017-2021 Consolidated Plan. Temecula CDBG programs and its community -based organizations found creative and effective ways to commit and service its residents through their programs. The City looks forward to continuing its relationshipswith its CBOs through upcoming CDBG fiscal years as they continue to be an important part of any successful federal program. Discuss how these outcomes will impact future annual action plans. The substantial amendment to its FY 2017-2021 Consolidated Plan impacted the FY 2021-2022 annual action plan through additional funding that the City received due to the global COVID-19 Pandemic. The City and its subrecipients continue to work toward effective programing that generates safe and effective results for its residents. With the advancements of technology and work functions that allow for remote accessibility, the City and its CBOs are able to deliver services that are well needed for its residents. This continuation of upgrading through the "new norm" is anticipated to continue through the next several annual action plans as the global COVID-19 pandemic continues to be addressed. Include the number of extremely low-income, low-income, and moderate -income persons served by each activity where information on income by family size is required to determine the eligibility of the activity. Table 8 — Number of Families or Households Served Number of Families or Households Served CDBG Actual Extremely Low-income 3 Low-income 2 Moderate -income 0 Total 5 City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 19 Narrative Information The 2017-2021 Consolidated Plan -Strategic Plan identified high priority affordable housing needs including preserving the supply of affordable housing to lower -income households. During the 2021-22 Program Year, the City provided an additional five housing rehabilitation grants to low- income households through the Habitat for Humanity (HFHIV) Critical Home Maintenance and Repair Program. An anticipated 5 additional units are currently underway in the application phase that would be utilizing the small remainder of their 2021-22 Program Year CDBG grant and carry into the use of their already allocated 2022-2023 funds. In an effort to address worst -case needs, the City gave highest priority in addressing the needs based on its strategic plan goals by focusing its capital improvement projects on removing barriers to those with disabilities. The City looks to continue its progress on its capital improvement projects in the 2022-23 program year. The City has also identified homelessness as a worst -care need and allocated CDBG funds for the Homeless Prevention and Diversion Program during the 2021-22 and the upcoming 2022-23 program years. To address its affordable housing shortage and foster and maintain affordable housing, the City continued to fund its Home Maintenance and Repair Program in addition to negotiating with developers for the use of the $12.4 million of Tax Allocation Bond (TAB) proceeds, as mentioned above. In addition, the City has adopted an affordable housing overlay zone, an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) ordinance and participates in the County's mortgage certificate program. The City continues to work with developers to streamline project approvals, as appropriate to ensure its focus on affordable housing is a continued focus in the upcoming 2022-23 program year. City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 20 CR-25 - Homeless and Other Special Needs 91.220(d, e); 91.320(d, e); 91.520(c) Evaluate the jurisdiction's progress in meeting its specific objectives for reducing and ending homelessness through: Reaching out to homeless persons (especially unsheltered persons) and assessing their individual needs Using CDBG funds through its the Homeless Prevention and Diversion Program, the City assisted 39 persons and families that were homeless or at risk of homelessness by providing services and financial assistance to help them retain or return to permanent housing. The City's Help Center continues addressing homelessness and has remained open through theentire pandemic and has continued to operate since its official grand opening celebration on August 20, 2018. The Help Center provides resources, hand sanitizer, and masks for those individuals who are homeless as supplies were made available. The City of Temecula developed the Responsible Compassion program in 2014. This program is a multi -pronged approach to assist those in need within the City of Temecula. The primary focus is those experiencing homelessness. The City works collaboratively to provide the necessary resources to assist these individuals on the road to self-sufficiency. The program is comprised of one full-time city staff member, one part-time city staff member, one sergeant, and four full-time Riverside County Sheriff's deputies assigned to the Homeless Outreach Team. This team is trained to work specifically with this population. They are knowledgeable about how to connect individuals in need of local and regional resources. The Homeless Outreach Team conducts quarterly meetings and training on the best practices as it relates to homelessness. The Continuum of Care, coordinated by the Riverside Department of Social Services (DPSS), also manages the Emergency Food and Shelter, and Supportive Housing Programs, both of which provide homeless residents with rental assistance and supportive services. Riverside County DPSS also coordinates the ten-year County plan to end homelessness. The homelessness prevention plan, which contains strategies and priority actions to expand programs and services for homeless persons and those at -risk of homelessness in the region, focuses on developing individual and family self-sufficiency and, to the extent possible, helping persons at risk of homelessness to remain in their homes. A City of Temecula staff member is on the board of the Continuum of Care and has taken a leadership role in the region for these efforts. In addition to the Countywide Continuum of Care (CoQ the City plays a leadership role in Southwest Riverside County Regional Homeless Alliance, which includes the County's CoC staff person and City, the Sheriff's Department and nonprofit representatives from the five cities in City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 21 the region (Temecula, Murrieta, Menifee, Lake Elsinore and Wildomar). The Alliance collaborates on homelessness in the region. CDBG funds also assisted the Community Mission of Hope case management program in assisting the homeless and those at risk of homelessness. A total of 89 individuals were served by this program. The community has several foodbanks, which are funded by local churches and individuals. The City of Temecula participates in the annual County -wide homeless survey. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the County of Riverside decided to cancel the 2021 homeless count and has decided as of January 2022 that the 2022 Point In Time Count was moved to February of 2023. TheCity is continued partner with the County as support volunteers for the event to ensure an accurate count, and to assist hopefully in the 2023 calendar year should the even be held. Addressing the emergency shelter and transitional housing needs of homeless persons As mentioned above, the City initiated a Homeless Prevention and Diversion Program in 2018- 19, and continues to be successful through the 2021-22 program year. This program provides short-term financial assistance with mortgage and rent payments, security deposits and utilities. The City of Temecula also supported the efforts of the Riverside County Continuum of Care (CoC) and its member organizations that address homelessness. As described earlier, the City supported local nonprofit agencies, which provide emergency rental assistance and housing counseling to low- and moderate -income residents to assist those at -risk of homelessness. The City does not directly receive any HUD funding through the CoC process. Helping low-income individuals and families avoid becoming homeless, especially extremely low-income individuals and families and those who are: likely to become homeless after being discharged from publicly funded institutions and systems of care (such as health care facilities, mental health facilities, foster care and other youth facilities, and corrections programs and institutions); and, receiving assistance from public or private agencies that address housing, health, social services, employment, education, or youth needs During the 2021-22 Program Year, the City connected chronically homeless individuals and families, families with children, veterans and their families, and unaccompanied youth with available resources through the Riverside County CoC. The CoC is comprised of a network of public, private, faith -based, for -profit, and non-profit service providers who utilize several federal, state, and local resources to provide services for homeless people. The goal was to help unsheltered homeless persons make the transition to permanent housing and independent City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 22 living, including shortening the period that individuals and families experience homelessness, and facilitating access for homeless individuals and families to affordable housing units. The nonprofit and faith -based communities played a key role in the current CoC system. Hundreds of agencies throughout the County provided programs ranging from feeding the homeless on the street to creating permanent supportive housing opportunities. These services were available to homeless families with children, and single men and women. The nonprofit and faith -based communities also play a key role in serving special needs populations, such as victims of domestic violence, veterans, the disabled and youth. The City of Temecula funded the Fair Housing Council of Riverside County with CDBG funds to provide fair housing, tenant/landlord mediation, and legal services for residents through attorney consultations and preparation of legal documents for the residents to represent themselves in family law and landlord/tenant actions. Some of these services are provided to prevent undue evictions that could lead to homelessness. During the 2021-22 program year a total of 437 Temecula residents were assisted through the City's Fair Housing and Landlord/Tenant based programs. In addition, the City granted CDBG funds to Voices for Children for their Court Appointed Special Advocate Program, which provided additional caseworkers for four Temecula children in the County foster care program. CDBG funds were provided to SAFE Family Justice Centers and Riverside Area Rape Crisis Centers, who assisted 151 victims of domestic violence with services. Without these services, many of the clients would have possibly faced homelessness due to the difficult challenges they faced. The Housing Authority of the County of Riverside provides Section 8 rental assistance to extremely low- and very low-income households located within the City limits. The Section 8 program gives priority to households that are at risk of becoming homeless or currently residing in inadequate housing. One -hundred and thirty-seven households in Temecula were recipients of Section 8 tenant -based vouchers in the 2021-22 Program Year through the County, plus ten project -based vouchers. Helping homeless persons (especially chronically homeless individuals and families, families with children, veterans and their families, and unaccompanied youth) make the transition to permanent housing and independent living, including shortening the period of time that individuals and families experience homelessness, facilitating access for homeless individuals and families to affordable housing units, and preventing individuals and families who were City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 23 recently homeless from becoming homeless again The City plays a leadership role in the Riverside County CoC. The Riverside County CoC Ten -Year Plan to End Homelessness included a goal to establish County -wide protocols and procedures to prevent people from being discharged from public and private institutions of care into homelessness that will help decrease the number of persons being discharged into homelessness by at least 10 percent annually. This would mean that the proportional share for the City would be a reduction of three homeless persons. Although the City was able to assist several homeless persons to find permanent homes, the number of homeless persons in Temecula continues to be focus even largerthan before as the stress and long-term constraints of the COVID-19 pandemic. As familiescontinue to struggle the City continues to keep its focus of CDBG-CV funds activities and assistance to those most vulnerable populations to obtain help and counter balance those effects. The CoC continues to improve coordination among publicly and privately funded institutions of care and local service agencies in the Countyof to decrease the number of persons being discharged into homelessness annually. The City funded the Homeless Prevention and Diversion Program in 2021-22 Program Year. As this continues to serve as a successful program, continued funding to ensure the focus is not lost, the City looks forward to continuing this partnership. The City also provided CDBG funds for an advocacy program for four foster care children. City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 24 CR-30 - Public Housing 91.220(h); 91.320(j) Actions taken to address the needs of public housing There are no public housing developments in Temecula. All public housing programs consist of housing choice and project -based vouchers administered by the Housing Authority of the County of Riverside (HACR). The City submitted a certification of consistency with its Consolidated Plan in support of the Housing Authority Five -Year Public Housing Authority Plan and Action Plan. In the certification, the City acknowledged that there was a shortage of affordable housing and recognized the role of the Housing Authority in addressing this need. Actions taken to encourage public housing residents to become more involved in management and participate in homeownership There are no public housing developments or units planned for the City of Temecula in the next year. HACR continued to actively support and assist 107 Temecula households with Housing Choice tenant -based vouchers. There are also seven Section 8 Project -Based units in Temecula. The Housing Authority is also in the process of obtaining eight additional Section 8 Project -Based units in the Mission Village II apartments in Temecula. Actions taken to provide assistance to troubled PHAs Not applicable. HACR is considered a High Performing PHA. City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 25 CR-35 - Other Actions 91.220(j)-(k); 91.320(i)-(j) Actions taken to remove or ameliorate the negative effects of public policies that serve as barriers to affordable housing such as land use controls, tax policies affecting land, zoning ordinances, building codes, fees and charges, growth limitations, and policies affecting the return on residential investment. 91.220 (j); 91.320 (i) The City Council adopted an updated Housing Element in October 2021, and again in February 2022. The City continues to work with the State of California to revise the Housing Element and the City anticipates an approved Housing Element by Fall 2022. This process will include the City evaluating significant publicpolicies affecting affordable housing development such as land use controls, tax policies affectingland, zoning ordinances, building codes, fees and charges and growth limitations. Based on this evaluation, the City determined that it has taken all necessary steps to ameliorate the negative effects of public policies that may have been a barrier to affordable housing. Moreover, the Citycontinued to engage with affordable housing developers concerning the siting of affordable housing and ensuring that the entitlement process runs smoothly from inception to completion. On September 25, 2018, the City Council adopted the Affordable Housing Overlay Ordinance and Density Bonus Ordinance, which identifies sites throughout the City where transitional and supportive housing is allowed by right and provides incentives for affordable and senior housing. In the last seven years, the elimination of local Redevelopment Agencies by the State of California resulted in the loss of a crucial resource for the development and preservation of affordable housing. This was the most significant public policy change affecting affordable housing and residential investment. While there are mechanisms whereby certain affordable housing assets tied to the former Redevelopment Agencies may be utilized today, these resources are finite and scarce. Although the City no longer has access to Redevelopment Housing Set -Aside funds, the City continued to work with developers to utilize its Tax Allocation Bond proceeds to facilitate affordable housing development. Projected for completion in a future year, this strategy will eventually increase the supply of affordable housing and preserve existing affordable housing in the City. Actions taken to address obstacles to meeting underserved needs. 91.220(k); 91.320(j) The primary obstacles to meeting the underserved needs of low- and moderate -income people include the lack of funding from federal, state and other local sources, the high cost of housing that is not affordable to low-income people and the lack of availability of home improvement financing in the private lending industry. To address these obstacles, the City invested CDBG City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 26 funds through the 2021-22 Action Plan in projects that provided grants to low- and moderate - income homeowners for home improvements, projects that provided public services to low- and moderate -income seniors, veterans, and people and those with special needs, and projects that prevented homelessness. To address underserved needs, the City allocated 100 percent of its non -administrative CDBG investments for 2021-22 Program Year to projects and activities that benefit low- and moderate -income people. Actions taken to reduce lead -based paint hazards. 91.220(k); 91.320(j) The Residential Lead Based Paint Hazard Reduction Act of 1992 (Title X) emphasizes prevention of childhood lead poisoning through housing -based approaches. To reduce lead -based paint hazards, the rehabilitation of housing units built prior to January 1, 1978, included a lead -based paint testing and risk assessment process. Nearly all of Temecula's housing stock was built after 1978. Therefore, due to the limited CDBG funding and great demand for rehabilitation assistance, Habitat for Humanity has chosen to not address the needs of housing units where lead -based paint has been discovered or suspected. If lead -based paint were identified, the Citywould ensure that developers and contractors incorporate safe work practices and depending onthe level of assistance, abate the lead -based paint as part of the scope of work to effectively reduce lead - based paint hazards to children in accordance with 24 CFR Part 35. Actions taken to reduce the number of poverty -level families. 91.220(k); 91.320(j) The implementation of the CDBG program in meeting the goals established in the 2017-2021 Consolidated Plan - Strategic Plan and this Annual Action Plan helped to reduce the number of poverty -level families by: • Supporting a continuum of housing and public service programs to prevent and eliminate homelessness; • Supporting housing preservation programs that assured low income households have a safe, decent and appropriate place to live; and • Supporting a variety of public services for low- and moderate -income residents including seniors, veterans and those with special needs and those at -risk of homelessness offered by nonprofit organizations receiving CDBG public services grants. In addition to these local efforts, mainstream state and federal resources also contributed to reducing the number of individuals and families in poverty. Federal programs, such as the Earnedlncome Tax Credit and Head Start, provide pathways out of poverty for families who are ready topursue employment and educational opportunities. Additionally in California, the primary programs that assisted families in poverty were CaIWORKs, Cal Fresh (formerly food stamps) and Medi-Cal. Together, these programs provided individuals and families with employment City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 27 assistance, subsidy for food, medical care, child care and cash payments to meet basic needs such as housing, nutrition and transportation. Other services were available to assist persons suffering from substance abuse, domestic violence, and mental illness. Actions taken to develop institutional structure. 91.220(k); 91.320(j) The institutional delivery system in Temecula is high functioning and collaborative —particularly the relationship between local government and the nonprofit sector comprised of a network of capable non-profit organizations that are delivering a full range of services to residents. Strong City departments anchor the administration of HUD grant programs and the housing, community and economic development activities that are implemented by the City support and enhance this existing institutional structure. The City of Temecula collaborated with affordable housing developers and nonprofit agencies that submitted applications for utilizing Tax Allocation Bond proceeds to ensure that the needs of low- and moderate -income residents are met as envisioned within the 2017-2021 Consolidated Plan - Strategic Plan. Although the City did not include broadband as a priority using CDBG funds, the City recently adopted and implemented three Wi-Fi gardens to provide greater broadband access to residents working from home and those attending school from home during the pandemic. Actions taken to enhance coordination between public and private housing and social service agencies. 91.220(k); 91.320(j) To enhance coordination between public and private housing and social service agencies, the City consulted with and invited the participation of a wide variety of agencies and organizations involved in the delivery of housing and supportive services to low- and moderate -income residents in Temecula —particularly in the Low- and Moderate -Income Areas. Specifically, the City worked closely with its ten public service agencies and two of the City's program managers in carrying out their programs, so that the CDBG funds assisted the individuals and families with the most urgent needs. In addition, the City worked closely with the Continuum of Care, the Southwest Riverside County Regional Homeless Alliance and the County Sheriff's Department in addressing the needs of the homeless population. These consultations along with the region's nonprofit agencies assured that the CDBG funds addressed the most critical issues related to homelessness. Identify actions taken to overcome the effects of any impediments identified in the jurisdiction's analysis of impediments to fair housing choice. 91.520(a) City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 28 The 2017-2021 City of Temecula Assessment of Fair Housing included four goals and action items to overcome impediments: Goal 1: Amend the Zoning Code to promote the development of affordable housing. Summary of Metrics, Milestones, and Timetables 1) Adopt the Affordable Housing Overlay (AHO) and Density Bonus Ordinances: During the 2018-2019 Program Year, the AHO and Density Bonus Ordinances were adopted by the City Council on September 25, 2018. Goal 2: Increase and preserve affordable units for renters and homeowners. Summary of Metrics, Milestones, and Timetables 1) Tax Allocation Bond Proceeds: The City has entered into a Disposition and Development Agreement with Temecula Pacific Associates for the provisions of 60 affordable housing units. The developer is waiting for all the financing to be put in place prior to construction. The City will make both a land and a financial contribution to the project. The City also negotiated with another developer to utilize the remaining funds. In addition, the City has committed local funds to construct 77 units known as Las Haciendas. 2) Marketing plans for above projects will include affirmative outreach methods for targeting protected classes. As part of the agreement with the developers, there will be a requirement to prepare and implement an affirmative marketing plan. 3) Marketing materials and affordable housing brochure for City -assisted housing program translated in Spanish. Material has been translated and on City webpage. 4) Fund Habitat for Humanity Critical Home Maintenance and Repair Program. Seven housing units were completed in the 2020-2021 Program Year with an additional six in the process. A total of 38 housing units have been completed during the life of the program. 5) Complete Phase III of Madera Vista affordable housing project construction by September 2019. The construction of this 30-unit project is complete. 6) Rehabilitation of Rancho California Apartments by March 2018. Rehabilitation of 55 units is complete. 7) Additional Accomplishments: The City is proceeding ahead with Affirmed Housing to re-syndicate/rehabilitate Mission Village apartments. The City Council approved the project on August 23, 2019, the County Oversight Board to the Redevelopment Agency approved the project on September 5, 2019, and the State Department of Finance approved the transaction on October 18, 2019. This project was completed during the 2020-2021 program year. City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 29 Goal 3: Provide greater access to public facilities and improvements for persons with disabilities Summary of Metrics, Milestones, and Timetables 1) Complete Americans with Disabilities (ADA) Transition Plan by December 2018: Completed. 2) Include as a high priority Strategic Plan Goal to upgrade the City's infrastructure and public improvements to provide accessibility to those with disabilities: The first Phase ADA Improvement Project has been identified in ADA Transition Plan. CDBG funds are budgeted for first phase ADA project. Project construction anticipated for program year 2022-2023 3) Construct Ynez Road Sidewalk. Construction completed. 4) Pala Park Improvements. Construction was completed for this project during the 2020-2021 program year. 5) Sam Hicks Playground. Construction was completed for this project during the 2020- 2021 program year. 6) West Side Business Park ADA Improvements. Construction completed. Goal 4: Provide equal housing opportunities for protected classes Summary of Metrics, Milestones, and Timetables: 1) Fund Fair Housing Program with approximately 12% of the CDBG funds allocated for public services. The City continued to fund the program in each of its program years under the current Consolidated Plan. In the 2021-22 Program Year, 27% of the public services funds were allocated for fair housing. 2) Fair Housing Workshop. The City made a presentation on fair housing and the City's AFH goals at Temecula Trekkers on August 15, 2018. This meeting was attended by real estate agents and brokers, bankers, builders and others involved in the housing industry. The Fair Housing Council conducted a lenders' roundtable discussion on April 26, 2019. Due to Covid-19, the Fair Housing Council was unable to conduct their roundtable discussion, but they were available to answer questions from landlords, tenants and businessowners. In June 2021, the Fair Housing Council held its fair housing conference virtually to discuss the impacts, challenges and solutions due to Covid-19. Fair housing pivoted its service delivery models to accommodate for stay- at-home orders and social distancing practices during the pandemic. During the program year 2021-2022 these efforts continued excellent service to 437 Temecula residents. City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 30 3) Fair Housing on City Website. Completed. A link on the City's website is provided to the Fair Housing Council of Riverside County, Inc. A copy of the AFH is on the webpage. 4) Fair Housing Material in City facilities. Completed. Fair housing information is available at City Hall, the Ronald H Roberts Public Library and other community centers. 5) Training of Homeless Providers on Fair Housing by 2022: Prior to Covid-19, the City provided multiple social media posts to educate and provide information to the community. City staff and HOT deputies conducted multiple presentations to local businessowners, homeowner associations and other community groups regarding the needs of the homeless. During Covid-19, the City has access to city staff through email and telephone for information needed to mitigate challenges to homelessness. The City hosted a workshop with homeless providers on September 27, 2018, to discuss a comprehensive program for solving homelessness in Southwest Riverside County. City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 31 CR-40 - Monitoring 91.220 and 91.230 Describe the standards and procedures used to monitor activities carried out in furtherance of the plan and used to ensure long-term compliance with requirements of the programs involved, including minority business outreach and the comprehensive planning requirements To ensure that CDBG funds were used efficiently and in compliance with applicable regulations, the City provided technical assistance to all subrecipients at the beginning of the Program Year and monitored the progress of its subrecipients throughout the Program Year. Technical Assistance The City provided a workshop and one-on-one training to the public service providers on an as - needed basis and performed daily oversight of the fiscal systems to track progress of the CDBG grant program. Due to everchanging effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, the City did not conduct onsite monitoring of its subrecipients; the City did provide virtual technical assistance via Zoom and Microsoft Teams meetings to someof its subrecipients during the program year, and also was made available via phone and email to resolve potential issues that could have resulted in findings. Activity Monitoring The City conducted remote monitoring visits in the 2021-22 Program Year. Most of the subrecipients have been receiving CDBG funds for several years and have been monitored several times with no findings or concerns. Most had been monitored in the 2019-2020 Program Year. The City plans to monitor the remaining subrecipients that did also received funding for the 2022- 23 program year later in the upcoming calendar year. During the year, the City provided technical assistance to those subrecipients, which had potential monitoring findings and concerns. If some of the subrecipients were found to have capacity issues and where those issues were unresolvable, funding commitments would have been nullified. However, in the 2021-22 Program Year, this was not necessary. Applicants for funding are required to submit a copy of their single audit if the federal funding threshold under 2 CFR Part 200 was exceeded. Other documentation to establish their capacity, and any findings noted in the audit are reviewed with the applicant. Eligible applications are then considered for funding. Once funded, desk monitoring included ongoing reviews of quarterly performance reports. Monitoring also included an on -site or remote (due to COVID-19 pandemic) fiscal and programmatic review of the subrecipient's activities. Areas routinely reviewed City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 32 included overall administration, financial systems, appropriateness of program expenditures, program delivery, client eligibility determination and documentation, reporting systems, and achievement toward achieving contractual goals. Following the monitoring visit, a written report is provided delineating the results of the review and any findings of non- compliance and the required corrective action. Subrecipients are given 30 days to provide the City with corrective actions taken to address any noted findings. Individualized technical assistance is always provided, as noted above as soon as compliance concerns were identified. For CDBG capital projects, monitoring also included compliance with regulatory agreement requirements. For the City's CDBG-CV activities, all activities were examined, beginning with a detailed review upon how the City was determining how to distribute its funds and program eligibility against a national objective. Each activity accounted for under the CDBG-CV amendments to the 2020- 2021 annual action plan is overseen by combination of City staff, program consultants from under the Community Development and finance departments respectively. Program files are maintained and monitored collecting the required documentation to support eligible expenditures under each respective activity and the reporting subrecipient (desktop monitoring). Each quarter every subrecipient is required to submit a quarterly performance report that tracks the progress of the activity. Remote monitoring of programmatic and financial records for the CDBG-CV activities is anticipated to carry over into the 2022-2023 program years. Citizen Participation Plan 91.105(d); 91.115(d) Describe the efforts to provide citizens with reasonable notice and an opportunity to comment on performance reports. In accordance with the City's adopted Citizen Participation Plan, a public notice was published in San Diego Union Tribune in English, Spanish on August 29, 2022, notifying the public of the availability of the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report for a 15-day public review and comment period. A copy of the public notices is included in Appendix A. A public hearing was conducted before the City Council on Tuesday, September 13, 2022, to solicit comments from residents and interested parties. A summary of any written or oral comments received during the public hearing is included in Appendix B. The draft CAPER was available online on the Cities website, at City Hall in the Community Development Department and City Clerks Offices, as well as at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library . The live stream of the meeting was viewed on television and/or online. Details can be found at temeculaca.gov/tv. City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 33 CR-45 - CDBG 91.520(c) Specify the nature of, and reasons for, any changes in the jurisdiction's program objectives and indications of how the jurisdiction would change its programs as a result of its experiences. CDBG funds made a significant impact on strategies to address the high priority needs identified in the 2017-2021 Consolidated Plan — Strategic Plan. As shown in Figure 1 in section CR-05, significant progress was made towards many of the Strategic Plan and AFH goals during the year. Affordable Housing Development No CDBG funds were allocated to this AFH goal. The City has entered into a Disposition and Development Agreement with Temecula Pacific Associates for the provision of 60 affordable housing units. The City will make both a land and a financial contribution to the project. In addition, the City has committed local funds to construct 77 units known as Las Haciendas. Also completed, the Rancho Highlands (Arrive) project was approved with 55 units (in addition to market rate units) in October 2020. Housing Preservation CDBG funds are being effectively used to address the rehabilitation of the City's housing stock. As mentioned earlier in this report, the City funded the Habitat for Humanity Critical Home Maintenance and Repair Program, which successfully completed the rehabilitation of five housing units. No changes are needed to this program. Fair Housing Services The Fair Housing Council of Riverside County provided fair housing outreach, education and enforcement activities, including landlord -tenant matters. During the Program Year, this activity met its service goal of 326 people by serving 437 people with providing landlord tenant mediation for 436 clients and processing 1 anti -discrimination case. No changes are needed to this program. Services for low- and moderate -income residents Through its subrecipients, the City served 67 low- and moderate -income residents with important public services. The City continues to work with its subrecipients to ensure they have the capacity to meet their goals and comply with federal regulations governing the CDBG program. Services for residents with special needs City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 34 Through its subrecipients, the City provided public services to 151 residents with special needs. The City continues to work with its subrecipients to ensure they have the capacity to meet their goals and comply with federal regulations governing the CDBG program. Services for the homeless and at risk of homelessness Through its subrecipients and County departments, the City provided public services to 128 homeless persons and those at risk of homelessness. The City continues to work with its subrecipients to ensure they have the capacity to meet their goals and comply with federal regulations governing the CDBG program. Public Facilities and Infrastructure Improvements The emphasis of the City CDBG Program was to improve City of Temecula's public facilities and infrastructure to address the needs of persons with disabilities. One of the three public facilities and infrastructure activities that addressed this need was closed out and fully drawn down on during the Program Year (West Side Business Park ADA Improvements). The remaining projects are either under construction or in the design phase. No changes are needed with these projects. Small business creation and expansion The City did not allocate any CDBG funds for this activity. The City with its CDBG-CV funds assisted 33 businesses through its Temecula Assist Program. AFH: Amend land use and zoning The City Council adopted the Affordable Housing Overlay Ordinance and Density Bonus Ordinance on September 5, 2018. AFH: Inaccessibility The City completed the ADA Transition Plan and using it as a guide to prioritize the needs of persons with disabilities. The substantial amendments that the City of Temecula approved to its FY 2017-2021 Consolidated Plan impacted the FY 2020-2021 annual action plan through additional funding that the City received due to the global COVID-19 Pandemic. The City and its subrecipients continue to work toward effective programing that generates safe and effective results for its residents. With the advancements of technology and work functions that allow for remote accessibility, the City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 35 City and its CBOs are able to deliver services that are well needed for its residents. This continuation of upgrading through the "new norm" is anticipated to continue through the next several annual action plans as the global COVID-19 pandemic continues to be addressed. The City's residents faced new challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic including job loss, food insecurity, housing insecurity, and disruption to normal in -person public services. City staff adapted to a its work environment and continued delivering high quality services to residents throughout the duration of the stay-at-home orders. Nonprofit subrecipients and City Departments altered their program delivery models to promote social distancing while continuing to provide essential services to low- and moderate -income residents. There were some activities that were impacted heavily, nearly all of the capital improvement projects that would require construction workers in close proximity to one another causing a program not to continue or delays in construction. The City has plans in place with each implementing agency to ensure these capital improvement projects and its CDBG subrecipients programs are completed during the 2022-2023 Program Year. The addition of $1,193,916 of CDBG-CV funds fueled a significant increase in the City's capacity to address the challenges our residents faced. HUD's decision to allocate these funds on top of the regular entitlement grant programs this year allowed the Community Development Department to develop additional systems and integrate new procedures into the service delivery model to better address the needs of low- and moderate -income residents. The City has the continued focus to fully expend its CDBG-CV allocation by the end of the 2022- 23 Program year. An anticipated amendment to happen during the program year of 2022-23 will reprogram any remaining funds from closed out activities of CDBG-CV funds towards the completion of a capital improvement project at the Cities Mary Phillips Senior Center to ensure it is in response to and prevent the spread of COVID-19. City of Temecula 2021-2022 CAPER 36 APPENDIX A Public Notices NOTICE OF PUBLIC REVIEW FOR THE CITY OF TEMECULA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE & EVALUATION REPORT (CAPER) FOR FISCAL YEAR 2021-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Temecula has prepared its draft Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for 2021-22. The publication of this notice is the beginning of the 15-day public review period required under Federal Regulations at 24 CFR 91. The public review and written comment period begins August 29, 2022 and runs through September 13, 2022. NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for 2021-22 will be presented to the City Council for approval on following date: DATE: September 13, 2022 TIME: 6:00 p.m. LOCATION: City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590 At this meeting, the City Council will receive public comments on the draft CAPER that will be submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). BACKGROUND Pursuant to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regulations, the City of Temecula has prepared the draft Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER) for the 2021-22 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program Year. The CAPER provides an assessment of the City's performance in meeting Fiscal Year 2021-22 housing and community development goals as outlined in the previously adopted Fiscal Year 2021- 22 One -Year Action Plan. Additionally, the CAPER discusses changes the City anticipates making in the upcoming year as a result of the assessment of 2021-22 annual performance. PUBLIC COMMENT Copies of the Draft CAPER will be available for public review at the following locations: City of Temecula Community Development Department & City Clerk's Office 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library 30600 Pauba Road Temecula, CA 92592 In addition, the Draft CAPER is posted on the City's webpage at http://www.TemeculaCA.gov/CDBG The public is invited to submit written comments on the CAPER. All comments relative to the document should be submitted to the City of Temecula Community Development Department no later than 2:00 p.m. on September 13, 2022. Questions and written comments regarding the draft CAPER may be addressed to Brandon Rabidou, Senior Management Analyst with the City of Temecula Community Development Department, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California 92590. You may also call (951) 506-5142 or email brandon.rabidou@temeculaca.gov with any questions concerning the above document. Any person may submit written comments to the City Council before the hearing or may appear and be heard in support of or opposition to the approval of the project at the time of hearing. Any petition for judicial review of a decision of the City Council shall be filed within the time required by, and controlled by, Sections 1094.5 and 1094.6 of the California Code of Civil Procedure. In any such action or proceeding seeking judicial review of, which attacks or seeks to set aside, or void any decision of the City Council, shall be limited to those issues raised at the hearing or in written correspondence delivered to the City Clerk at, or prior to, the public hearing described in this notice. ACCESSIBILITY TO MEETINGS AND DOCUMENTS It is the objective of the City to comply with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and the ADA Amendment Act of 2008, the Fair Housing Act, and the Architectural Barriers Act in all respects. If you require public documents in an accessible format, the City will make reasonable efforts to accommodate your request. If you require a disability -related accommodation to attend or participate in a hearing or meeting, including auxiliary aids or services, please contact the City Clerk's Office at least 48 hours prior to the meeting at (951) 694-6444. LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY (LEP) Si necesita mas informacion sobre este aviso o la traduccion de documentos en espanol, comuniquese con Brandon Rabidou al (951) 506-5142 (TTY: 951 308-6344) Kung kailangan mo ng higit pang impormasyon tungkol sa abisong ito o sa salin ng mga dokumento sa Tagalog, tawagan si Brandon Rabidou sa 951-506-5142 (TTY: 951-308-6344) Publish: August 29, 2022 APPENDIX B Summary of Citizen Participation Comments In compliance with the City's approved Citizen Participation Plan and implementing regulation 24 CFR 91.105, a public notice was published (see attached proof of publication) to solicit public comments from interested citizens regarding the draft 2021-2022 CAPER. The draft CAPER was made available to the general public for a minimum period of 15 days in order to provide an opportunity for the public to review the document. The public hearing to solicit public input and comment on the CAPER and the City's performance during the 2021-2022 Program Year was held on September 13, 2022. The following is a summary of Citizen Participation comments: Public comments September 13, 2022 City Council meeting to be placed here. APPENDIX C 2021-2022 City Community Services Grants NAME American Patriot Music Project Total $5,000 Assistance League of Temecula Valley $5,000 Boy Scouts of America CA IE $2,500 Boys & Girls Club of Southwest County $5,000 California VFW Motorcycle Club IE $5,000 Charity for Charity $5,000 Community Mission of Hope $5,000 Cultivating Inclusion, Inc. $5,000 Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley $5,000 Hospice of the Valleys $5,000 Jacob's House, Inc. $5,000 Michelle's Place Breast Cancer Resource Center $5,000 National Charity League (NCL) Murrieta-Temecula $3,500 National Charity League (NCL) Temecula $2,500 Rancho Damacitas $5,000 Rose Again Foundation $5,000 Rotary Club of Temecula Foundation $5,000 SAFE Alternatives for Everyone $5,000 Sierra Club, Santa Margarita Group $2,500 Special Olympics Southern California IE $2,500 Temecula Valley Garden Club $1,500 Temecula Veterans of Foreign War (VFW) $5,000 Wounded American Veterans Experience Scuba (WAVES Project) $5,000 TOTAL $100,000 APPENDIX D IDIS Reports PR01: HUD Grants and Program Income Report PR02: List of Activities by Program Year PR03: CDBG Activity Summary Report PR06: Summary of Consolidated Plan Projects PR09: Program Income Details by Fiscal Year and Program PR23: CDBG Summary of Accomplishments PR26: CDBG Financial Summary (CDBG & CDBG-CV) IDIS REPORTS TO BE SUBMITTED WITH OFFICIAL SUBMITTAL TO HUD NOTICE OF PUBLIC REVIEW FOR THE CITY OF TEMECULA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE & EVALUATION REPORT (CAPER) FOR FISCAL YEAR 2021-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Temecula has prepared its draft Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for 2021-22. The publication of this notice is the beginning of the 15-day public review period required under Federal Regulations at 24 CFR 91. The public review and written comment period begins August 29, 2022 and runs through September 13, 2022. NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for 2021-22 will be presented to the City Council for approval on following date: DATE: September 13, 2022 TIME: 6:00 p.m. LOCATION: City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590 At this meeting, the City Council will receive public comments on the draft CAPER that will be submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). BACKGROUND Pursuant to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regulations, the City of Temecula has prepared the draft Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report (CAPER) for the 2021-22 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program Year. The CAPER provides an assessment of the City's performance in meeting Fiscal Year 2021-22 housing and community development goals as outlined in the previously adopted Fiscal Year 2021-22 One -Year Action Plan. Additionally, the CAPER discusses changes the City anticipates making in the upcoming year as a result of the assessment of 2021-22 annual performance. PUBLIC COMMENT Copies of the Draft CAPER will be available for public review at the following locations: City of Temecula Community Development Department & City Clerk's Office 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library 30600 Pauba Road Temecula, CA 92592 In addition, the Draft CAPER is posted on the City's webpage at http://www.TemeculaCA.gov/CDBG The public is invited to submit written comments on the CAPER. All comments relative to the document should be submitted to the City of Temecula Community Development Department no later than 2:00 p.m. on September 13, 2022. Questions and written comments regarding the draft CAPER may be addressed to Brandon Rabidou, Principal Management Analyst with the City of Temecula Community Development Department, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California 92590. You may also call (951) 506-5142 or email brandon.rabidou(&,temeculaca.gov with any questions concerning the above document. Any person may submit written comments to the City Council before the hearing or may appear and be heard in support of or opposition to the approval of the project at the time of hearing. Any petition for judicial review of a decision of the City Council shall be filed within the time required by, and controlled by, Sections 1094.5 and 1094.6 of the California Code of Civil Procedure. In any such action or proceeding seeking judicial review of, which attacks or seeks to set aside, or void any decision of the City Council, shall be limited to those issues raised at the hearing or in written correspondence delivered to the City Clerk at, or prior to, the public hearing described in this notice. ACCESSIBILITY TO MEETINGS AND DOCUMENTS It is the objective of the City to comply with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and the ADA Amendment Act of 2008, the Fair Housing Act, and the Architectural Barriers Act in all respects. If you require public documents in an accessible format, the City will make reasonable efforts to accommodate your request. If you require a disability -related accommodation to attend or participate in a hearing or meeting, including auxiliary aids or services, please contact the City Clerk's Office at least 48 hours prior to the meeting at (951) 694-6444. LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY (LEP) Si necesita mas informaci6n sobre este aviso o la traducci6n de documentos en espanol, comuniquese con Brandon Rabidou al (951) 506-5142 (TTY: 951 308-6344) Kung kailangan mo ng higit pang impormasyon tungkol sa abisong ito o sa salin ng mga dokumento sa Tagalog, tawagan si Brandon Rabidou sa 951-506-5142 (TTY: 951-308-6344) Publish: August 29, 2022 Item No. 16 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Luke Watson, Deputy City Manager DATE: September 13, 2022 SUBJECT: Approve the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Substantial Amendment to the 2020-21 CDBG Annual Action Plan PREPARED BY: Brandon Rabidou, Principal Management Analyst RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 2022- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING THE SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT TO THE 2020-21 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT ANNUAL ACTION PLAN BACKGROUND: SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT TO THE 2020-21 ANNUAL ACTION PLAN: CDBG-CV FUNDS (CLOSE OUT OF ACTIVITIES AND REPROGRAMMING OF REMAINING FUNDS) On March 27, 2020, the Federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), Public Law 116-136, was signed into law. The CARES Act distributed a special allocation of CDBG funds, known as CDBG-CV funds, to entitlement jurisdictions, for the prevention and response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The City received its first allocation, $329,152, of CDBG-CV funds in April 2020. In September 2020, staff received notification from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that the City would receive an additional $864,764 in CDBG-CV funding. City of Temecula CDBG-CV Allocations First Allocation $329,152.00 Second Allocation $864,764.00 Total $1,193,916.00 On June 9, 2020, the City Council adopted a Substantial Amendment to the 2020-21 Annual Action Plan for the creation of Temecula Assist, utilizing the entire $329,152 of the first CDBG-CV allocation, plus an additional $171,000 from the General Fund. On November 10, 2020, the City Council adopted a second Substantial Amendment to the 2020-21 Annual Action Plan that allocated the City's second allocation of CDBG-CV funds to the following activities: Emergency Rental Assistance, Emergency Mortgage Assistance, Homeless Services/ Homeless Prevention, and Administration (Consulting Services Only). Tonight, the City Council is being asked to make recommendations for the reprogramming of closed CDBG-CV activities to the Mary Phillips Senior Center Outdoor Recreation Improvement Project. CDBG-CV Requirements and Considerations HUD released the CDBG-CV requirements on August 10, 2020. All CDBG-CV activities must meet one of the three CDBG national objectives: • Benefit to low and moderate income persons • Addressing an urgent need • Preventing or eliminating slum or blight CDBG activities in the City of Temecula typically benefit low and moderate -income persons. Mary Phillips Senior Center Outdoor Recreation Improvement project also satisfies this National Objective as HUD presumes seniors to be a presumed group of low and moderate income. The Federal Register Notice released by HUD included alternative requirements and flexibilities for the CDBG-CV allocation including: • Expedited citizen participation requirements - • Eligible costs from January 2020 forward • Prevent duplication of benefits • Up to 20% allowed for administration • No public services cap (typically 15%) • Must demonstrate a tie to COVID-19 All activities must be used to prevent, prepare for, or respond to COVID-19. This can be accomplished through direct expenditures related to costs associated with prevention or response, or indirectly, such as by addressing housing market or business disruptions. The City is responsible for implementing policies and procedures to prevent beneficiaries from receiving duplicative benefits from different federal and non-federal sources. A duplication of benefits occurs when a person, household, business, government, or other entity receives financial assistance from multiple sources for the same purpose, and the total assistance received for that purpose is more than the total need for assistance. Practically, CDBG-CV funds cannot be used to pay for eligible costs that have already been paid for, or will be paid for, by another Federal program, insurance, or other sources. If this occurs, the City/grantee must repay its CDBG-CV grant. SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT: CLOSING OF ACTIVITIES AND REPROGRAMMING OF REMAINING CDBG-CV FUNDS TO MARY PHILLIPS SENIOR CENTER OUTDOOR RECREATION IMPROVEMENT PROJECT Based on the level of activity in the City's current Mortgage and Rental Assistance Program, staff is proposing Substantial Amendment No. 3. The proposed Substantial Amendment to CDBG-CV Activities within the 2020-2021 Annual Action Plan provides the following recommendations: Close out the City's Emergency Rental Assistance Program; and reprogram remaining funds in this activity to the newly identified Mary Phillips Senior Center Outdoor Recreation project. Close out the City's Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program; and reprogram remaining funds in this activity to the newly identified Mary Phillips Senior Center Outdoor Recreation project. Of available funds from closed out projects identified above; increase budget of CDBG- CV Administration by $4,967.42 CDBGCV Activity Original New Proposed Net change Budget Budget Emergency Rental Assistance Program $500,000 $45,822 -$454,178 Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program $264,000 $49,543 -$214,457 CDBG-CV Administration $45,000 $49,967 +$4,967 Mary Phillips Senior Center Outdoor $0 $663,668 +$663,668 Recreation Project (CDBG-CV) NOTICING A Notice of Public Hearing and the commencement of the 15-day public review period was published in the Press Enterprise on August 29, 2022, informing the public of the proposed substantial amendment. FISCAL IMPACT: The approval of the Substantial Amendment will allow the expenditure of a supplemental appropriation of federal CDBG-CV funds. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Resolution 2. Exhibit A: Substantial Amendment 3. Notice of Public Hearing (English) RESOLUTION NO. 2022- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING THE SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT TO THE 2020-21 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT ANNUAL ACTION PLAN THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Procedural Findings. The City Council of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. The City of Temecula has participated directly within the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as an entitlement jurisdiction for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds since July 1, 2012; B. The City of Temecula has prepared all documents, notices, and forms required by HUD for participation in the CDBG Program by entitlement jurisdictions; C. On June 28, 2016, the City Council adopted the updated Citizen Participation Plan that sets forth the City's policies and procedures for citizen participation in the development of its Five -Year Consolidated Plan, Annual Action Plans, Annual Performance Reports, and any substantial amendments deemed necessary for direct administration of federal CDBG funds; D. The Citizen Participation Plan included policies and procedures for amending Annual Action Plans where CDBG-funded activities may be added or deleted, and funding for activities may be increased; E. On March 27, 2020, Federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), Public Law 116-136, was signed into law; F. The CARES Act distributed an additional special allocation of CDBG funds, known as CDBG-CV funds, to entitlement jurisdictions, for prevention and response to the COVID-19 pandemic; G. The City received an initial allocation of $329,152 in CDBG-CV funding; H. The City received an additional allocation of $864,764 CDBG-CV funds for COVID-19 response; I. On June 9, 2020, the City Council was presented with an updated Citizen Participation Plan, pursuant to the requirements of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES), Public Law 116-136; J. It was determined that the changes for activities listed in Exhibit A required a substantial amendment in accordance with the City's adopted Citizen Participation Plan; K. The proposed Substantial Amendment was available for comment between October 26, 2020, and November 10, 2020; L. The Substantial Amendment was presented to the City Council at a public hearing held on November 10, 2020; M. The City Council, at a regular meeting, considered the Substantial Amendment on November 10, 2020, at a duly noticed public hearing as prescribed by law, at which time the City staff and interested persons had an opportunity to and did testify either in support or in opposition to this matter. N. At the conclusion of the City Council hearing and after due consideration of the testimony, the City Council approved the Substantial Amendment, subject to and based upon the findings set forth hereunder. O. The City Council, at a regular meeting, considered the Substantial Amendment No. 3 on September 13, 2022, at a duly noticed public hearing as prescribed by law, at which time the City staff and interested persons had an opportunity to and did testify either in support or in opposition to this matter. P. City Council considered all information related to this matter, including any information and comments provided during the public review period or at the public meeting. Q. All legal preconditions to the adoption of this Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Further Findings. The City Council, in approving the Plan hereby finds, determines and declares that: A. Pursuant to Title 24, Housing and Urban Development, of the Code of Federal Regulations, Subtitle A Office of the Secretary, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Part 91 Consolidated Submissions For Community Planning And Development Programs (24 CFR Part 91) each entitlement jurisdiction shall amend its approved Annual Action plan whenever it makes a change in the purpose, scope, location or beneficiaries of an activity and if there is an increase by $50,000 or 25% of the activity's original budget.. B. Pursuant to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES), Public Law 116-136, which was signed on March 27, 2020, each entitlement jurisdiction shall amend its approved Annual Action Plan to demonstrate the proposed plan for a disaster recovery grant, or supplemental appropriation such as Community Development Block Grant -CV (CDBG-CV) funding. Section 3. Environmental Findings. The proposed action on the Substantial Amendment No. 3 is exempt from National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) pursuant to the N provisions of the National Environmental Policy Act and specifically 24 CFR 58.34(a)(1) because the Substantial Amendment No. 3 is a resource identification study and the development of plans and strategies for the prioritization and funding of proposed programs through CDBG and the proposed action involves the feasibility and planning studies to determine prioritization and CDBG funding to begin the development of certain projects. The potential projects discussed in the proposed actions that might involve physical activity have been reviewed under NEPA or the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) as part of the development of those projects. The proposed action is also exempt from CEQA per CEQA Guidelines Section 15262 and 15378(b)(4). Section 4. Approvals. A. The City Council hereby approves the Substantial Amendment No. 3 as set forth as Exhibit A attached hereto, and any and all other documents deemed necessary by HUD to update the 2020-2021 Annual Action Plan and the CDBG-CV allocations of the federal CDBG funds to its designated activities and authorizes and directs the City Manager, or his designee, to serve as the Certifying Officer for all environmental review procedures associated with the various CDBG projects, and Certifying Officer for the purpose of signing correspondence, agreements, and other required documents. B. The City Council hereby approves the reprogram of the funds as set forth in Exhibit A. Section 5. Certification. The City Clerk shall certify to the adoption of this Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 13t" day of September, 2022. Matt Rahn, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 2022- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 13th day of September, 2022, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk The Heart of Southern California Wine Count The City of Temecula 2020-2021 ANNUAL ACTION PLAN - SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT No. 3 Revised Budgets/Scope of Community Development Block Grant - CARES Act (CDBG-CV) Allocations DRAFT FOR PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD August 29, 2022 - September 13, 2022 Draft Substantial Amendment Annual Action Plan 2020-2021 No. 3 —for public review This page intentionally left blank. Annual Action Plan Temecula OMB Control No: 2506-0117 (exp. 09/30/2021) Draft Substantial Amendment Annual Action Plan 2020-2021 No. 3 —for public review Table of Contents EXECUTIVESUMMARY........................................................................................................................................... 1 PROCESS.................................................................................................................................................................. 2 EXPECTED RESOURCES - 91.220(C) (1,2)........................................................................................................ 3 ANNUAL GOALS AND OBJECTIVES - 91.220(C) (3)..........................................................................................4 PROJECTS- 91.220(D)........................................................................................................................................ S Annual Action Plan Temecula OMB Control No: 2506-0117 (exp. 09/30/2021) EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Background Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and the President signed it on March 27, 2020 authorizing $2.2 trillion in a variety of stimulus measures to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. The law includes a special allocation of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG-CV) to enable communities to effectively address the impact of COVID-19 on their communities, especially low- and moderate - income residents. This substantial amendment No. 3 to the City's 2020-2021 Annual Action Plan will account for the revision of proposed budgets to be carried out with the City's CDBG-CV3 funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD); totaling $1,193,916. It should be noted that the City's previous substantial amendments that allocated the CDBG-CV funds to activities (Substantial Amendments No.1 and No.2) were previously approved by City Council on June 9, 2020 (Substantial Amendment No. 1) and November 10, 2020 (Substantial Amendment No. 2). Sources The City of Temecula's summary of grants from HUD under the CARES Act are identified below as: Temecula Assist Program $329,916 Emergency Rental Assistance Program $500,000 Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program $264,000 Homeless Assistance Program $55,000 CDBG-CV Administration $45,000 These funds are separate and distinct from the City's regular CDBG funds and must comply with the requirements summarized in 24 CFR § 570 and the flexibilities authorized in the CARES Act and summarized in Federal Register Notice 6218-N-01. The Temecula City Council is responsible for determining how CDBG-CV funds will be used to prevent, prepare, and respond to the COVID- 19 virus. In consultation with the City Council, City departments, and partners serving the needs of low- and moderate -income in the community, this submission to the City Council requests approval to invest CARES Act funding for the CDBG-CV project listed below. Proposed Revisions of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG-CV3 funds) Based on the level of activity in the City's current Mortgage and Rental Assistance Program, staff is proposing Substantial Amendment No. 3. The proposed Substantial Amendment to CDBG-CV Activities within the 2020-2021 Annual Action Plan provides the following recommendations: Close out the City's Emergency Rental Assistance Program; and reprogram remaining funds in this activity to the newly identified Mary Phillips Senior Center Outdoor Recreation project. Close out the City's Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program; and reprogram remaining funds in this activity to the newly identified Mary Phillips Senior Center Outdoor Recreation project. Of available funds from closed out projects identified above; increase budget of CDBG- CV Administration by $4,967.42 Draft Substantial Amendment Annual Action Plan 2020-2021 No. 3 —for public review PROCESS Given the urgency for these funds to be used expeditiously on these programs with the CDBG- CV allocation, the CARES Act authorized grantees with the flexibility of providing 5-day public review periods such that residents are provided with reasonable notice of the amendment for the proposed use of the CDBG-CV funds. As such, the City of Temecula is conducting an extended review period over what is required as a minimum for this substantial amendment from August 29 — September 13, 2022. The City will conduct a public hearing for the substantial amendment as part of the September 13, 2022, City Council meeting. Residents can participate in the public hearing virtually by submitting public comments to the Temecula's City Clerks office. To encourage review and comment on the proposed activities, the City of Temecula published notices advertising the substantial amendment on the City website, and social media accounts. An electronic copy of the amendment was available on the City website and hard copies were made available at the Community Development Department, City Clerk's Office, and Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library. Sort Order Activity Target Population Summary Summary of Comments Received 1. Public • Minorities The City conducted its (to be completed after public Hearing Non -English public hearing to hearing) Speaking review the Substantial • Persons with Amendment No. 3 to disabilities the 2020-21 Action • Broad community Plan on September • Residents of 13, 2022. public/assisted housing • Stakeholders 2. Comment • Minorities The City conducted its (to be completed at close of Period • Non -English comment period from public comment period) Speaking August 29 — • Persons with September 13, 2022. disabilities • Broad community • Residents of public/assisted housing • Stakeholders Table 1 — Resident Engagement Annual Action Plan Temecula Pg. 2 OMB Control No: 2506-0117 (exp. 09/30/2021) Draft Substantial Amendment Annual Action Plan 2020-2021 No. 3 —for public review EXPECTED RESOURCES - 91.220(C)(1,2) Introduction For the special allocation of CDBG-CV resources, the City received an allocation of $1,193,916. Should HUD authorize additional resources, the City will further amend its Action Plan. Anticipated Resources Program Source of Funds Eligible Use of Funds CARES Act Allocation Narrative Description CDBG-CV Public- . Economic Development $1,193,916 CDBG activities Federal . Housing to prepare for, • Public Services prevent, and respond to Coronavirus within the City of Temecula Table 2 - Expected Resources Explain how federal funds will leverage those additional resources (private, state, and local funds), including a description of how matching requirements will be satisfied In the initial planning and programming of these resources, the Community Development Department worked closely with other city departments as well as monitored other funding sources available at the local, state, and federal level to ensure that the City is not providing duplicative assistance and addressing unmet needs and gaps for low- and moderate -income residents. Annual Action Plan Temecula Pg. 3 OMB Control No: 2506-0117 (exp. 09/30/2021) Draft Substantial Amendment Annual Action Plan 2020-2021 No. 3 —for public review Annual Goals and Objectives — 91.220(c)(3) To allocate the CDBG-CV program, the City of Temecula has established one new goal for the CDBG-CV program. Goals Summary Information Sort Order Goal Name Start Year End Year Category Geographic Area Needs Addressed Funding Goal Outcome Indicator 1 COVID-19 2020 2023 Public Citywide COVID-19 $1,193,916 230 Response Services, Impact Households Economic assisted; 35 Development, small Housing, businesses Infrastructure assisted Improvements Table 3 — Annual Goals Annual Action Plan Temecula Pg. 4 OMB Control No: 2506-0117 (exp. 09/30/2021) Draft Substantial Amendment Annual Action Plan 2020-2021 No. 3 —for public review PROJECTS - 91.220(D) Introduction With the CDBG-CV allocation, the City of Temecula will revise the previously allocated funds to the following projects: Projects # Project Name 1. Emergency Rental Assistance Program 2. Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program 3. Administration Table 4 — Project Information Describe the reasons for allocation priorities and any obstacles to addressing underserved needs These projects were determined in consultation with City staff, departments, and stakeholders serving low- and moderate -income residents of Temecula to identify critical needs resulting from COVID-19 within the City. Project Summary Information and funding modifications as part of Substantial Amendment No. 3 to CDBG-CV funded activities. CDBG-CV Activity Original New Proposed Net change Budget Budget Emergency Rental Assistance Program $500,000 $45,822 -$454,178 Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program $264,000 $49,543 -$214,457 CDBG-CV Administration $45,000 $49,967 +$4,967 Mary Phillips Senior Center Outdoor $0 $663,668 +$663,668 Recreation Project CDBG-CV Annual Action Plan Temecula Pg. 5 OMB Control No: 2506-0117 (exp. 09/30/2021) NOTICE OF PUBLIC REVIEW FOR THE CITY OF TEMECULA DRAFT ACTION PLAN SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT NO.3 2020-2021 ANNUAL ACTION PLAN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Temecula has prepared a Draft Substantial Amendment No. 3 to the 2020-21 Annual Action Plan to include budget revisions, activity cancellations/closeouts, and reprogramming if remaining funds to a newly identified activity to the Community Development Block Grant COVID-19 (CDBG- CV) special allocation the City received that totaled $1,193,916. This amendment is conducted in accordance with guidance provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that the Draft Annual Action Plan Substantial Amendment No.3 will be presented to the City Council for approval on the following date: DATE: September 13, 2022 TIME: 6:00 p.m. LOCATION: City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, CA 92590 At this meeting, the City Council will receive public comments on the Draft Annual Action Plan Substantial Amendment No.3 that will be submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). BACKGROUND As authorized by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), enacted on March 27, 2020, the City of Temecula received a first special Community Development Block Grant allocation (CDBG-CV) of $329,152 and on September 11, 2020 received a second special allocation (CDBG-CV-2) of $864,764. The funding authorized under the CARES Act allows for certain provisions and flexibilities to enable grantees to effectively and efficiently utilize the funding to respond to and address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Substantial Amendment No. 3 provides the following recommendations: - Close out the City's Emergency Rental Assistance Program; and reprogram remaining funds in this activity to the newly identified Mary Phillips Senior Center Outdoor Recreation project. - Close out the City's Emergency Mortgage Assistance Program; and reprogram remaining funds in this activity to the newly identified Mary Phillips Senior Center Outdoor Recreation project. - Of available funds from closed out projects identified above; increase budget of CDBG-CV Administration by $4,967.42 PUBLIC COMMENT In accordance with waiver authorization provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the City will provide the substantial amendment for review and comment for a minimum of a (5) five-day period on the City's website prior to a public hearing. Copies of the Draft Annual Action Plan Substantial Amendment No.3 will be available for public review at the following locations: City of Temecula Community Development Department & City Clerk's Office 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library 30600 Pauba Road Temecula, CA 92592 In addition, the Draft Annual Action Plan Substantial Amendment No.3 will be posted on the City's webpage at http://www.TemeculaCA.gov/CDBG The public is invited to submit written comments on the Substantial Amendment No. 3. All comments relative to the document should be submitted to the City of Temecula, Community Development Department no later than 2:00 p.m. on September 13, 2022. Questions and written comments regarding the Substantial Amendment No. 3 may be addressed to Brandon Rabidou, Principal Management Analyst with the City of Temecula, Community Development Department, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California 92590. You may also call (951) 506-5142 or email brandon.rabidougtemeculaca.gov with any questions concerning the above document. Any person may submit written comments to the City Council before the hearing or may appear and be heard in support of or opposition to the approval of the project at the time of hearing. Any petition for judicial review of a decision of the City Council shall be filed within the time required by, and controlled by, Sections 1094.5 and 1094.6 of the California Code of Civil Procedure. In any such action or proceeding seeking judicial review of, which attacks or seeks to set aside, or void any decision of the City Council, shall be limited to those issues raised at the hearing or in written correspondence delivered to the City Clerk at, or prior to, the public hearing described in this notice. ACCESSIBILITY TO MEETINGS AND DOCUMENTS It is the objective of the City to comply with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and the ADA Amendment Act of 2008, the Fair Housing Act, and the Architectural Barriers Act in all respects. If you require public documents in an accessible format, the City will make reasonable efforts to accommodate your request. If you require a disability -related accommodation to attend or participate in a hearing or meeting, including auxiliary aids or services, please contact the City Clerk's Office at least 48 hours prior to the meeting at (951) 694-6444. LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY (LEP) Si necesita mas informaci6n sobre este aviso o la traducci6n de documentos en espanol, comuniquese con Brandon Rabidou al (951) 506-5142 (TTY: 951-308-6344) Kung kailangan mo ng higit pang impormasyon tungkol sa abisong ito o sa salin ng mga dokumento sa Tagalog, tawagan si Brandon Rabidou sa (951) 506-5142 (TTY: 951-308-6344) Publish: August 29, 2022 tem No. 17 CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Luke Watson, Deputy City Manger DATE: September 13, 2022 SUBJECT: Consider a Negative Declaration, General Plan Amendment, Planned Development Overlay Amendment, Development Plan, and Tentative Tract Map (Planning Application Nos. PA20-1323, PA20-1324, PA20-1325, and PA20-1326) (Continued from August 23, 2022) PREPARED BY: Scott Cooper, Senior Planner RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council conduct a Public Hearing and approve the project including a General Plan Amendment, Planned Development Overlay Amendment, Development Plan, and Tentative Tract Map (Planning Application Nos. PA20-1323, PA20-1324, PA20-1325, and PA20-1326) and adopt related resolution and introduce ordinance: RESOLUTION NO. 2022- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING THE FINAL NEGATIVE DECLARATION FOR THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT CONSISTING OF A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) RESOLUTION NO. 2022- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT APPLICATION TO REVISE THE GENERAL PLAN LAND USE DESIGNATION FOR THE PARCELS OF THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT FROM PROFESSIONAL OFFICE TO A MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL LAND USE (APN: 944- 370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1323) ORDINANCE NO. 2022- AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY AMENDMENT TO THE TEMECULA VILLAGE PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY (PDO-5) GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 008, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1324) RESOLUTION NO. 2022- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20- 1325) RESOLUTION NO. 2022- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING TENTATIVE TRACT MAP 38043 TO COMBINE EIGHT (8) EXISTING CONTIGUOUS PARCELS INTO A SINGLE PARCEL ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 008, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1326) SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE: An Ordinance for a Planned Development Overlay Amendment to the Temecula Village Planned Development Overlay (PDO-5) generally located on the south side of Rancho California Road, approximately 150 feet west of Cosmic Drive. BACKGROUND: In 2002, the Temecula Village Planned Development Overlay District (PDO-5) was approved and adopted by the City of Temecula City Council. On February 1, 2017, the applicant withdrew a previous Development Plan application on the project site that proposed an approximately 65,100 square foot commercial center consisting of nine (9) buildings. On January 3, 2018, Planning Application No. PA 16-1427, a Development Plan to allow for the construction of a 160 unit apartment community was approved by the City of Temecula Planning Commission. That project was Phase I of the Rendezvous project and is fully constructed and occupied. On May 24, 2018, the owner of the project site presented the proposed project to the City Council Infill Land Use and Project Review Ad Hoc Subcommittee which consisted of former Councilmembers Jeff Comerchero and Mike Naggar. There were no issues or concerns with the project raised by the Subcommittee and there was a discussion on the required Extraordinary Community Benefit. On September 22, 2020, staff presented the proposed project to the City Council Infill Land Use and Project Review Ad Hoc Subcommittee which consisted of Mayor Matt Rahn and former Councilmember Mike Naggar. There were no issues or concerns with the project raised by the Subcommittee and there was a discussion on the required Extraordinary Community Benefit. On November 12, 2020, Pacific West Development submitted Planning Application No. PA20- 1323, a General Plan Amendment to amend the underlying General Plan Land Use designation of the project site from Professional Office (PO) to Medium Density Residential (M); PA20-1324, a Planned Development Overlay Amendment for PDO-5; PA20-1325, a Development Plan for a 134 unit market rate apartment community built on 7.61 acres; and PA20-1326, a Tentative Tract Map (TTM 38043) to combine eight (8) existing contiguous parcels into a single parcel. The project is located on the south side of Rancho California Road, approximately 150 feet west of Cosmic Drive. On May 26, 2022, staff presented the proposed project to the City Council Infill Land Use and Project Review Ad Hoc Subcommittee which consisted of Councilmembers Maryann Edwards and James Stewart. There were no issues or concerns with the project raised by the Subcommittee and there was a discussion on the required Extraordinary Community Benefit and the Fiscal Impact Analysis. General Plan Amendment Planning Application PA20-1323 is a proposed General Plan Amendment (GPA) is proposed to amend the underlying General Plan Land Use Professional Office designation on the "Lower Site" of the Rendezvous Planned Development Overlay to a Medium Density Residential (M) Land Use. The GPA is needed to allow residential development on the "Lower Site" as the current Professional Office Land use does not allow for residential development. Planned Development Overlay Amendment Planning Application PA20-1324 is a proposed Planned Development Overlay Amendment to the Temecula Village Planned Development Overlay. The proposed amendment includes language specific for multifamily housing as it relates to the design guidelines and development standards, revisions to the planning area boundaries and naming convention, and removing the allowance of all other land uses other than multifamily residential. Development Plan Planning Application PA20-1325 is a proposed Development Plan for the construction of a 134 unit apartment community. The project is located on the "Lower Site" of the Temecula Village Planned Development Overlay District (PDO-5), generally located on the south side of Rancho California Road, approximately 150 feet west of Cosmic Drive on an undeveloped lot. The project consists of six (6) three-story residential buildings, one (1) two-story building that contains an enclosed garage on the first floor and residential units on the second floor, and seventeen garage buildings. There are 56 one -bedroom units that range in size from 651 square feet to 779 square feet, 42 two -bedroom units that range in size from 1,163 square feet to 1,257 square feet, and 36 three -bedroom units that range in size from 1,341 square feet to 1,431 square feet. There are two points of vehicular access to the project. There is a main access point on Rancho California Road as well as via an existing private drive directly to the west of the project. The project is required to provide 280 parking spaces for the project per Table 17.24.040 of the City of Temecula Development Code. The project proposes 280 parking spaces including 22 guest parking spaces. Community amenities associated with Phase II include a pool/spa area, playground, bbq area that includes a fireplace and covered picnic area, turf area, bike racks, exercise room, pet area with a pet drinking fountain, and a mail/package room. Tentative Tract Map Planning Application PA20-1326 is a proposed Tentative Tract Map will allow for the consolidation of eight (8) existing contiguous parcels into a single parcel. The consolidation will allow for the entire project, Phases I & II, on one parcel under the same ownership. The Tentative Tract Map meets all the development standards of the City of Temecula Municipal Code and Rendezvous Planned Development Overlay. Community Meeting On October 20, 2020, a community meeting was organized by the applicant and held virtually via zoom with both a weblink and call -in option provided to the surrounding residents and neighbors within a 600-feet radius of the project. Staff attended this meeting along with five (5) residents. There were no questions, comments, or concerns raised by the residents that attended. Planning Commission Recommendation Staff presented the project to the Planning Commission on July 20, 2022. The Planning Commission recommended that the City Council approve the project subject to the Condition of approval and adopt the Negative Declaration. There was one public comment provided by email to staff regarding the project and one public speaker who expressed opposition to the project. The speaker who spoke in opposition requested that local skilled and trained workforce should be used and if local workforce was used it would lessen the greenhouse gas and mitigate the transportation environmental impacts associated with the project. The speaker also requested that the City prepare an Environmental Impact Report in order to further evaluate Land Use Analysis, Greenhouse Gas Impacts, Air Quality Impacts, Noise Impacts, Hazards and Hazardous Materials Impacts, Biological Impacts, and Transportation and Traffic Impacts. Growth Master Plan/Community Benefit On March 21, 2000, the City Council adopted the Growth Management Plan (GMP) which is intended to serve as the City Council's policy for the study and implementation of growth management measures in the City of Temecula. The GMP applies when projects involve specific land use decisions including General Plan Amendments and Specific Plan Amendments. Consistent with the Growth Management Plan, the proposed project is required to provide Community -wide public benefits that provide substantial added value to the entire community and citizens of Temecula commensurate with the scope of the project to fulfill the requirements of the City's GMP. The Community -wide public benefit, as recommended by the City Council Ad Hoc Infill Land Use and Project Review Subcommittee consisting of Councilmembers Maryann Edwards and James Stewart for the project is a $500,000.00 payment to the City of Temecula which will in turn be used by the City of Temecula for city-wide projects that benefit the residents of the City. The payment shall be made prior to the issuance of the first residential multi -family or commercial building permit for the project. FISCAL IMPACT: The City's fiscal policies requires that a Fiscal Impact Analysis (FIA) be completed for any development that proposes an increase in residential density from what is currently allowed in the General Plan. The project proposed a change in land use from Professional Office to Medium Density Residential allow for residential development. The FIA is to evaluate the recurring General Fund revenues and expenditures generated by the project by estimating the fiscal impact on the General Fund resulting from the development of the proposed project over a 20-year time period. If the FIA determines that the increased cost to the City of providing public safety and other municipal services to the project area will substantially exceed the municipal revenue from the project ("City Services Deficit"), the project shall be conditioned to require the payment of funds to the City for negative impact on the General Fund, that is, the project shall be conditioned to pay the City the loss to General Fund revenues created by the proj ect as determined by the FIA. The applicant prepared a FIA in compliance with this requirement. The FIA found that the project would result in a City Services Deficit. The project is being conditioned to require that the owners of the property within the Project, and their successors in interest, shall pay the City a minimum sum as described in the June 9, 2022 Final Fiscal Impact Analysis per Occupied Residential Property each year as mitigation for the City Services Deficit, with an increase in such payment each fiscal year in an amount as described in the June 9, 2022 Final Fiscal Impact Analysis of the previous year's payment, as such increase may be adjusted as part of the yearly assessment or special tax levy as provided in a funding mechanism that may be approved by the City. "Occupied Residential Property" means an assessor's parcel in the Planned Development Overlay area for which building permits for residential construction have been issued, and a certificate of occupancy or final inspection has been issued, or as may be further defined in the City approved funding mechanism. Five years after the date of the first certificate of occupancy or final inspection is issued for a home in the Project and every five years after that, the owners of the properties may request -that the City re-evaluate the yearly payments for the City Services Deficit and prepare an updated FIA to analyze the continuing impacts of the Project to the City's budget. The cost of the updated FIA shall be paid for by the owners of the properties within the Project. The project condition provides that the Owner and its successors to the property within the Project may fulfill this recurring financial obligation to the City through a community facilities district established by the City pursuant to the Mello Roos Community Facilities District Act of 1982, Government Code Section 53311, et seq., or other appropriated financing mechanism approved by the City; provided, however, the obligation of each owner and their successors to pay the City Services Deficit payment under this Condition remains an obligation of the owner and its successors regardless of the financing mechanism used to pay it and regardless of whether there is a financing mechanism to pay it. ENVIRONMENTAL: A Negative Declaration concerning the Project was prepared in accordance with the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The City Council must adopt a Negative Declaration for the Project. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Aerial Map 2. Resolution - Adopting Negative Declaration 3. Exhibit A - Final Negative Declaration with Appendices can be downloaded at: https://temeculaca. fzov/362/Environmental-Review-CEQA 4. Resolution - General Plan Amendment 5. Exhibit A — Amended General Plan Land Use Map 6. Ordinance — Planned Development Overlay Amendment 7. Exhibit A — Planned Development Overlay Amendment 8. Resolution — Development Plan 9. Exhibit A — Conditions of Approval 10. Resolution — Tentative Tract Map 11. Exhibit A — Conditions of Approval 12. Planning Commission Resolution No. 2022-19 - Recommending Adoption of Negative Declaration 13. Planning Commission Resolution No. 2022-20 - Recommending Approval of a General Plan Amendment 14. Planning Commission Resolution No. 2022-21 - Recommending Approval of a Planned Development Overlay Amendment 15. Planning Commission Resolution No. 2022-22 Recommending Approval of a Development Plan 16. Planning Commission Resolution No. 2022-23 Recommending Approval of a Tentative Tract Map 17. Plan Reductions - Development Plan 18. Plan Reductions - Tentative Tract Map 19. Fiscal Impact Analysis 20. Public Correspondence 21. Notice of Determination 22. Continuation Notice 944-370-001 CITY OF TEMECULA PA20-1325 1 inch = 450 feet 1:5,400 ill 0 200 400 800 Feet I I I I I i i i I C/;,Oz � (The Heart of Southern California Date Created: 6/8/2022 Wine Country The map PA20-1325.mxd is maintained by City of Temecula GIS. Data and information represented on this map are subject to update and modification. The City of Temecula assumes no warranty or legal responsibility for the information contained on this map. This map is not for reprint or resale. Visit the City of Temecula GIS online at https://temeculaca.gov/gis RESOLUTION NO. 2022- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING THE FINAL NEGATIVE DECLARATION FOR THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT CONSISTING OF A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Procedural Findings. The City Council of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. On November 12, 2020, Pacific West Development filed Planning Application Nos. PA20-1323, a General Plan Amendment; PA20-1324, a Planned Development Overlay Amendment; PA20-1325, a Development Plan; and PA20-1326, a Tentative Tract Map. These applications (collectively "the Project") were filed in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. B. The Project was processed including, but not limited to all public notices, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law, including the California Environmental Quality Act, Public Resources Code 21000, et seq. and the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines, 14. Cal. Code Regs 15000 et seq. (collectively referred to as "CEQA"). C. Pursuant to CEQA, the City is the lead agency for the Project because it is the public agency with the authority and principal responsibility for approving the Project. D. The City contracted with Ascent Environmental Inc. for the independent preparation of an Initial Study to analyze the potential environmental effects of the Project. Based on the information contained in the Initial Study, Ascent Environmental Inc. and City staff concluded the project could not have a significant impact on the environment. Based upon this determination, Ascent Environmental Inc. prepared, and City staff concurred in, a Draft Negative Declaration ("Draft ND") in accordance with CEQA Section 21080(c) and Section 15070 of the State CEQA Guidelines. E. The City circulated a Notice of Intent to Adopt the Draft ND, along with the Draft ND and its Appendices, to the public and other interested parties for a 30-day comment period from May 27, 2021 through June 27, 2021. The City published a Notice of Intent to Adopt for the Draft ND in the Press Enterprise, a newspaper of general circulation within the City. Copies of the documents were made available for public review and inspection at the offices of the Department of Community Development, located at City Hall, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California 92590 and on the City of Temecula website. F. During the comment period, the City received two (2) written comments on the Draft ND from various agencies, individuals, and organizations and a response to all the comments made therein was prepared, submitted to the Planning Commission, and incorporated into the administrative record of the proceedings. G. On July 20, 2022, the Planning Commission held a duly noticed public hearing to consider the Final ND and the Project, at which time the Planning Commission heard and considered information presented by City staff on the Project and its environmental review. In addition, all interested persons had an opportunity to and did testify regarding this matter. H. Following consideration of the entire record before it at the public hearing and due consideration of the Project the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 2022-22, "A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT A RESOLUTION ENTITLED "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN'S: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1325)". I. On September 13, 2022, the City Council considered the Project and the Negative Declaration at a duly noticed public hearing which time the City staff presented its report, and all interested persons had an opportunity to and did testify either in support or in opposition to the Project and the Negative Declaration. Section 2. Findings. After due consideration of the Final ND and the Project and in the exercise of its independent judgment, the Planning Commission hereby finds and resolves that: A. All of the above recitals are true and correct, and are hereby incorporated into this section as though set forth in full. B. That the Initial Study/ND has been prepared and circulated in compliance with the provisions of CEQA, the CEQA Guidelines, and the procedures set forth in the ordinances of the City. C. Agencies and interested members of the public have been afforded ample notice and opportunity to comment on the Draft ND, the Final ND, and on the Project. The Project has been environmentally reviewed pursuant to the provisions of CEQA and the State CEQA Guidelines. D. The City Council has independently considered the administrative record before it, which is hereby incorporated by reference and which includes the Final ND, the written and oral comments on the Draft ND, the Draft ND and its Appendices, staff reports and presentations, and all oral and written testimony. E. The City Council reviewed the Final ND and all comments received regarding the Final ND prior to and at the September 13, 2022 public hearing, and based on the whole record before it finds that: (1) the Final ND was prepared in compliance with CEQA; (2) there is no substantial evidence that the Project could have a significant effect on the environment; and (3) the Final ND reflects the independent judgment and analysis of the Planning Commission. F. Based on the findings set forth in the Resolution, the Planning Commission hereby recommends that the City Council adopt the Final ND attached hereto as Exhibit "A" and incorporated herein by this reference. Section 3. Based on the findings set forth in the Resolution, the City Council hereby adopts the Negative Declaration attached hereto as Exhibit "A" and incorporated herein by this reference. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 13th day of September, 2022. Matt Rahn, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 2022- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 13th day of September, 2022, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk Final Negative Declaration can be downloaded at: https://temeculaca.gov/362/Environmental-Review-CEQA RESOLUTION NO. 2022- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT APPLICATION TO REVISE THE GENERAL PLAN LAND USE DESIGNATION FOR THE PARCELS OF THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT FROM PROFESSIONAL OFFICE TO A MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL LAND USE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1323) THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Procedural Findings. The City Council of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. On November 12, 2020, Pacific West Development filed Planning Application Nos. PA20-1323, a General Plan Amendment; PA20-1324, a Planned Development Overlay Amendment; PA20-1325, a Development Plan; and PA20-1326, a Tentative Tract Map. These applications (collectively "the Project") were filed in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. B. The Project was processed including, but not limited to a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law, including the California Environmental Quality Act. C. A Negative Declaration (ND) was prepared for the Project in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act and the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines ("CEQA"). The Draft ND was prepared under staff s direction by Environmental Science Associates (ESA). Thereafter, City staff filed a Notice of Completion with the State Clearinghouse, and circulated a Notice of Intent with the Draft ND and Appendices to the public and other interested parties, for a 30-day public review and comment period for the Draft ND commenced on May 27, 2021 and concluded on June 27, 2021. Signs were placed on the property and a notice was placed in the local paper. The City of Temecula received two (2) written comments and responded to each comment in the Final ND, which includes all timely received written comments and responses thereto. Comments were received by the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and Temecula Valley Unified School District. The Final ND was provided to commenting agencies in compliance with State Law. The "Final ND" consists of the Draft ND and all of its appendices and the comments and responses to comments on the Draft ND. The Final ND was made available to the public and to all commenting agencies in accordance with the law. D. On July 20, 2022 the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Negative Declaration and proposed Project at which time all persons interested in these actions had the opportunity and did address the Planning Commission. E. After hearing all written and oral testimony on the proposed Project and duly considering the comments received, and following consideration of the entire record of information received at the public hearing, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 2022-20, "A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT A RESOLUTION ENTITLED "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT APPLICATION TO REVISE THE GENERAL PLAN LAND USE DESIGNATION FOR THE PARCELS OF THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT FROM PROFESSIONAL OFFICE TO A MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL LAND USE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1323)." F. On September 13, 2022 the City Council of the City of Temecula considered the Project and the Final ND for the Project, at a duly noticed public hearing at which time all interested persons had an opportunity to and did testify either in support or in opposition to this matter. The Council considered all the testimony and any comments received regarding the Project and the Final ND prior to and at the public hearing. G. Following the public hearing, the City Council adopted Resolution No. 2022- "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING THE FINAL NEGATIVE DECLARATION FOR THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT CONSISTING OF A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013)." H. All legal preconditions to the adoption of this Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Legislative Findings. Consistent with Government Code section 65358, the City Council in approving the Project hereby finds, determines and declares that: General Plan Amendment A. The General Plan Amendment is in the public interest. The current General Plan designation for the project site is a Professional Office (PO) land use as specified in the City of Temecula General Plan. The General Plan Amendment is in the public interest because it allows for high -quality residential development in an area surrounded by residential development that would help to fulfill the City's regional housing needs, including the City's Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA) requirement. This General Plan amendment allows for residential use where it otherwise would not be permitted Section 3. Amendment to General Plan Text. The City Council approves and amends the Land Use Element of the General Plan to revise the General Plan Land Use designation for the parcels within the Rendezvous Phase II project from Professional Office to a Medium Density Residential land use and amends Figure LU-3 of the Land Use Element of the General Plan as shown on Exhibit A, "Proposed General Plan" attached hereto and incorporated herein as though set forth in full. N Section 4. City Manager Authorization. The City Manager is hereby authorized and directed to take all steps necessary to implement this General Plan Amendment. Section 5. Consistency with General Plan. The Land Use Element of the General Plan, as amended by this Resolution, is consistent with the other elements of the General Plan and is consistent with Government Code Section 65300.5. Insofar as other portions of the General Plan need to be revised to effectuate this General Plan Amendment, the City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to make all necessary revisions to effectuate this General Plan Amendment. Section 6. Severability. If any portion, provision, section, paragraph, sentence, or word of this Resolution is rendered or declared to be invalid by any final court action in a court of competent jurisdiction, or by reason of any preemptive legislation, the remaining portions, provisions, sections, paragraphs, sentences, and words of this Resolution shall remain in full force and effect and shall be interpreted by the court so as to give effect to such remaining portions of the Resolution. Section 7. Effective Date. This Resolution shall take effect upon its adoption. Section 8. Notice of Adoption. The City Clerk shall certify to the adoption of this Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 13ffi day of September, 2022. Matt Rahn, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 2022- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 13th day of September, 2022, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk N SCALE IN FEET 0 200 400 800 1200 SCALE: 1 " = 400' GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT PREPARED BY: 160 S. Old Springs Road Suite 210 13FtV.Engineering, Inc. 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(APN 944-370-001, 944-370-005, 944-370-006, 944-370-007, 944-370-010, 944-370-012, 944-370-013 LEGAL DESCRIPTION PARCEL 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7 OF PARCEL MAP 31023, RECORDED IN MAP BOOK 216, PAGES 80 & 81, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA ZONING DESIGNATION SUB —AREAS "A" & "B" OF PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY (PDO-5) EXISTING LAND USE VACANT PROPOSED LAND USE (M) MILTI—FAMILY RESIDENTIAL (7-12) DU/ACRE EXISTING GENERAL PLAN DESIGNATION (PO) PROFESSIONAL OFFICE PROPOSED GENERAL PLAN DESIGNATION (M) MEDIUM RESIDENTIAL (7-12 DU/ACRE) TOTAL GROSS AREA PHASE II = 7.61 ACRES (PARCEL 1-7 OF PARCEL MAP 31023) LAND USES WITHIN 2.500 FEET WEST = MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (M), EXISTING APARTMENT COMMUNITY SOUTH = LOW MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (LM), EXISTING SINGLE—FAMILY RESIDENCES EAST = LOW MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (LM), EXISTING SINGLE—FAMILY RESIDENCES NORTH = (ACROSS RANCHO CALIFORNIA RD.) HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (H), EXISTING APARTMENT COMMUNITY OWNER/APPLICANT RENDEZVOUS MULTI —FAMILY LP 7210 JORDAN AVE., #B7 CANOGA PARK, CA 91303 CONTACT: BART BUCHALTER (818) 266-7871 BART@MJWGROUP.COM PREPARED BY DRC ENGINEERING, INC. 160 S. OLD SPRINGS RD., SUITE 210 ANAHEIM HILLS, CA 92808 CONTACT: RENE VARGA (714) 685-6860 X337 RVARGA@DRC—ENG.COM RENDEZVOUS PHASE 11 Figure LU-3 Land Use Policy Map CITY OF TEMECULA GENERAL PLAN sP► Specific Plan Implementation RESIDENTIAL HR Hillside (0-0.1 Du/Ac Max) RR Rural (0-0.2 Du/Ac Max) vL Very Low (0.2-0.4 Du/Ac Max) L Low (0.5-2 Du/Ac Max) LM Low Medium (3-6 Du/Ac Max) Medium (7-12 Du/Ac Max) 0 High (13-20 Du/Ac Max) COMMERCIAL / OFFICE ►vc Neighborhood Commercial _ Community Commercial HT Highway Tourist Commercial sc Service Commercial Po Professional Office INDUSTRIAL ►P Industrial Park 0 PUBLIC USES & OPEN SPACE I 0 N 00 P► Public Institutional Facilitiescli vA Vineyards/Agricultural 0 0 as Open Space w w Tribal Trust Lands ® Recreation Commercial Overlay w 0 J d • — Temecula City Boundary 00 ---- Sphere of Influence Boundary 0 N Planning Area 5�r, ROAp 0 79 hE i5 m SITE �R � �wr d o CALIFORNIA 4gpsa PALON VICINITY MAP NOT TO SCALE I to Iz 0 0 w Q J Q� 3 N 0 0 N Q a c� _0 X N co rM co 00 / x iCn E 73 Q a 0 U N E a) 0 00 M 00 00 0 N w Q z w _J L� DATE ISSUED: 10 28 20 ORDINANCE NO.2022- AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY AMENDMENT TO THE TEMECULA VILLAGE PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY (PDO-5) GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 008, 010, 012, 013) (PA20- 1324) THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Procedural Findings. The City Council of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. The Temecula Village Planned Development Overlay was approved by the City Council on October 22, 2002 by the adoption of Resolution No. 02-05. The Temecula Village Planned Development Overlay as approved shall be referred to in this Resolution as the "PDO". B. On November 12, 2020, Pacific West Development filed Planning Application Nos. PA20-1323, a General Plan Amendment; PA20-1324, a Planned Development Overlay Amendment; PA20-1325, a Development Plan; and PA20-1326, a Tentative Tract Map. These applications (collectively "the Project") were filed in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. C. Collectively, the Project consists of a General Plan Amendment to amend the underlying General Plan Land Use designation of the project site from Professional Office (PO) to Medium Density Residential (M); a Planned Development Overlay Amendment for PDO-5; a Development Plan for a 134 unit apartment community built on 7.60 acres; and a Tentative Tract Map (TTM 38043) to combine eight (8) existing contiguous parcels into a single parcel. D. The Project was processed including, but not limited to a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law, including the California Environmental Quality Act. E. A Negative Declaration (ND) was prepared for the Project in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act and the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines ("CEQA"). The Draft ND was prepared under staff s direction by Environmental Science Associates (ESA). Thereafter, City staff filed a Notice of Completion with the State Clearinghouse, and circulated a Notice of Intent with the Draft ND and Appendices to the public and other interested parties, for a 30-day public review and comment period for the Draft ND commenced on May 27, 2021 and concluded on June 27, 2021. Signs were placed on the property and a notice was placed in the local paper. The City of Temecula received two (2) written comments and responded to each comment in the Final ND, which includes all timely received written comments and responses thereto. Comments were received by the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and Temecula Valley Unified School District. The Final ND was provided to commenting agencies in compliance with State Law. The "Final ND" consists of the Draft ND and all of its appendices and the comments and responses to comments on the Draft ND. The Final ND was made available to the public and to all commenting agencies in accordance with the law. F. On July 20, 2022 the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Negative Declaration and proposed Project at which time all persons interested in these actions had the opportunity and did address the Planning Commission. G. Following consideration of the entire record of information received at the public hearing, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 2022-19 "A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPT THE FINAL NEGATIVE DECLARATION FOR THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT CONSISTING OF A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN'S: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1324)." H. Following consideration of the entire record of information received at the public hearings and due consideration of the proposed Project, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 2022-21 "A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY AMENDMENT TO THE TEMECULA VILLAGE PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY (PDO-5) GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FT WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE. (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 008, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1324)." I. On September 13, 2022, the City Council considered the Project and the Negative Declaration at a duly noticed public hearing which time the City staff presented its report, and all interested persons had an opportunity to and did testify either in support or in opposition to the Project and the Negative Declaration. J. Following the public hearing, the Council adopted Resolution No. 2022-_"A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING THE FINAL NEGATIVE DECLARATION FOR THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT CONSISTING OF A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN'S: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1324)." Resolution No. 2022- and the findings therein are hereby incorporated by this reference as set forth in full. K. All legal preconditions to the adoption of this Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Provisions for Fiscal Impact Payments A. The City and owner estimate that the increased costs to the City of providing public safety and other municipal services to the area resulting from the General Plan Amendment and Planned Development Overlay Amendment for the Project will substantially exceed the municipal revenue from the Project ("City Services Deficit"). The City has received a Fiscal Impact Analysis, dated as of June, 2022 ("FIA"), documenting the City Services Deficit. The owners of the property within the Project, and their successors in interest, shall pay the City the sum of sum of Forty Four Dollars ($44.00) per Occupied Residential Property each year as mitigation for the City Services Deficit, with an increase in such payment each fiscal year in an amount of seventeen point forty four percent (17.44%) of the previous year's payment, as such increase may be adjusted as part of the yearly assessment or special tax levy as provided in a funding mechanism that may be approved by the City. "Occupied Residential Property" means an assessor's parcel in the Planned Development Overlay area for which building permits for residential construction have been issued, and a certificate of occupancy or final inspection has been issued, or as may be further defined in the City approved funding mechanism. Owner and its successors to the property within the Project may fulfill this obligation through a community facilities district established by the City pursuant to the Mello -Roos Community Facilities District Act of 1982, Government Code Section 53311, et seq., or other appropriated financing mechanism approved by the City; provided, however, the obligation of each owner and their successors to pay the City Services Deficit payment under this obligation remains an obligation of the owner and its successors regardless of the financing mechanism used to pay it and regardless of whether there is a financing mechanism to pay it. Five years after the date of the first certificate of occupancy or final inspection is issued for a home in the Project and every five years after that, the owners of the properties may request that the City re-evaluate the yearly payments for the City Services Deficit and prepare an updated FIA to analyze the continuing impacts of the Project to the City's budget. The cost of the updated FIA shall be paid for by the owners of the properties within the Project. Section 3. Legislative Findings. The City Council in approving the Planned Development Overlay/Zone Change hereby makes the following findings: A. The proposed Ordinance is in conformance with the General Plan for Temecula and with all applicable requirements of State law and other Ordinances of the City. The proposed Zone Change/Planned Development Overlay Amendment Ordinance conforms to the City of Temecula General Plan Land Use Element, as amended. Furthermore, the proposed Zone Change/Planned Development Overlay Amendment Ordinance directly responds to Goal I Policy LU-1.1 and LU-1.2 of the General Plan Land Use Element. The proposed project is also consistent with the above General Plan Land Use Element goal and policy in that it is contributing to the development of housing that is suitable for the community's labor force in the form of an apartment community and has been designed to minimize impacts on surrounding land uses and infrastructure through required and proposed design guidelines and development standards, building orientation and location, circulation and access, and other features and requirements of the proposed Planned Development Overlay Amendment. Additionally, mitigation measures were not required as part of the Negative Declaration as the potential for impacts to surrounding uses and infrastructure were determined not to be significant. Section 4. Zoning Code Amendment. The City Council hereby amends Chapter 17.22 (PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY ZONING DISTRICT (PDO-5)) of Title 17 (Zoning) of the Temecula Municipal Code by amending Article VI, entitled "Temecula Village Planned Development Overlay District 5" to read as provided in Exhibit A, attached to this Ordinance and incorporated herein as thought set forth in full. Section 6. Consistency with General Plan. On , the City Council adopted Resolution No. , which amended the Land Use Element Map of the Temecula General Plan to change the land use designation of the Project area from Professional Office (PO) to Medium Density (M) residential. Therefore, the foregoing amendments outlined in this Ordinance are consistent with the goals and policies of the General Plan for the City of Temecula. Section 7. Severability. If any portion, provision, section, paragraph, sentence, or word of this Ordinance is rendered or declared to be invalid by any final court action in a court of competent jurisdiction, or by reason of any preemptive legislation, the remaining portions, provisions, sections, paragraphs, sentences, and words of this Ordinance shall remain in full force and effect and shall be interpreted by the court so as to give effect to such remaining portions of the Ordinance. Section 8. Effective Date. This Ordinance shall take effect thirty (30) days after its adoption. Section 9. Notice of Adoption. The City Clerk shall certify to the adoption of this Ordinance and cause it to be published in the manner required by law. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this day of , Matt Rahn, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance No. 2022- was duly introduced and placed upon its first reading at a meeting of the City Council of the City of Temecula on the 131h day of September, 2022, and that thereafter, said Ordinance was duly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the day of , , by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk Rendezvous Planned Development Overlay District Chapter 17.22, Sections 17.22.140 through 17.22.156 Table of Contents 17.22.140 Title 17.22.142 Purpose and Intent 17.22.143 Project Vision 17.22.144 Relationship With Development Code and Citywide Design Guidelines 1. Development Standards 2. Design Guidelines 3. Approval Authority 17.22.146 Use Regulations 17.22.148 Schedule of Permitted Uses 17.22.150 Design Standards and Setback Standards 17.22.152 Vehicular Circulation System Standards 17.22.154 Architectural and Landscape Design Standards 17.22.156 Incorporation of Exhibits Exhibit 17.22.156 A-1 through A-3. Conceptual Site Plans Exhibit 17.22.156 B. Sidewalk Plan Exhibit 17.22.156 C. Landscape Plan and Section Legend, Plans and Sections Exhibit 17.22.156 D. Monument Signs Exhibit 17.22.156 E-1 through E-8. Conceptual Building Elevations Exhibit 17.22.156 F. Color and Material Board Text of new section 17.22.156: 17.22.156 Incorporation of Exhibits. All development within the Rendezvous Planned Development Overlay District shall conform and comply with the requirements set forth in the following Exhibits, which exhibits are on file in the Official Records of the City Clerk and incorporated herein by this reference as though set forth in full and which are also reduced in size to be included in the Zoning Code Text: Exhibit 17.22.156 A-1 through A-3. Conceptual Site Plans Exhibit 17.22.156 B. Sidewalk Plan Exhibit 17.22.156 C. Landscape Plan and Section Legend, Plans and Sections Exhibit 17.22.156 D Monument Signs Exhibit 17.22.156 E-1 through E-8. Conceptual Building Elevations Exhibit 17.22.156 F. Color and Material Board E RENDEZVOUS PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY DISTRICT 17.22.140 TITLE Sections 17.22.140 through 17.22.156 shall be known as "PDO-5" (Rendezvous Planned Development Overlay District). 17.22.142 PURPOSE AND INTENT The Rendezvous Planned Development Overlay District (PDO-5) is intended to provide regulations for the safe and efficient operation, and creative design of a unique residential area within the City. PDO-5 encompasses 22.97 acres and is located on the south side of Rancho California Road, approximately 200 feet west of the intersection of Rancho California Road and Cosmic Way. PDO-5 consists of Medium Density Residential (7-12.9 dwelling units/acre). The PDO area is surrounded by existing multi -family developments to the north and to the west and existing single-family developments to the south and to the east. This special overlay zoning district regulation is intended to be compatible and complimentary to the existing residential development and M (Medium Density Residential, 7-12.9 dwelling units/acre) proposed as part of the PDO. Performance standards, in addition to those referenced from the City's Development Code and City- wide Design Guidelines, have been provided to ensure internal project compatibility as well as compatibility with the adjacent single-family residential development and to protect these adjoining uses from excessive noise, odor, smoke, toxic materials, and other potentially objectionable impacts. It is the intent of the City to use these special regulations to supplement the regulations of land uses and development already existing within the adopted Development Code. 17.22.143 PROJECT VISION The Rendezvous Planned Development Overlay District (PDO) is intended to provide a comprehensive planning approach to the development of 22.97 acres. The project will include many design features including pedestrian scale of development, unique signage, gathering places, and transit provisions. This is accomplished through its design, development standards and guidelines that will be implemented at the Development Plan stage. A total of two hundred ninety-four (294) apartment units may be developed in the PDO. As depicted on Exhibit A-1, one hundred sixty (160) apartment units may be developed on the upper portion of the PDO ("Upper Site"), which is on the south side, and one hundred thirty-four (134) apartment units may be developed on the lower portion of the PDO ("Lower Site"), which is the North side of the PDO. Large, landscaped buffer areas have been provided within the PDO and the existing single-family development to the east and south. Several obstacles to pedestrian access exist within the PDO, as well as to the existing single-family residential to the east and south, the existing multi -family residential to the north (across Rancho California Road) and the multi -family residential development to the west. A comprehensive sidewalk plan, which has been coordinated 3 with the landscape plan, is included as Exhibit B (Sidewalk Plan). This plan will foster pedestrian access within the site. When coupled with the existing/proposed pedestrian network, obstacles to pedestrian movement will be greatly reduced. At the time of the Building Department review, the internal access will be reviewed to ensure it complies with the current California Building Code. 17.22.144 RELATIONSHIP WITH THE DEVELOPMENT CODE AND CITYWIDE DESIGN GUIDELINES A. Only multi -family residential land use shall be allowed in the Rendezvous Planned Development Overlay. 1. Development Standards. a. The development standards in the Development Code (Chapter 17.06) that would apply to any development within a Medium Density Residential zoning district that are in effect at the time an application is deemed complete for the PDO except as approved along with this application. This includes site open space and private open space requirements, as well as overall project density. b. Off -Street Parking and Loading Requirements per Chapter 17.24 of the Development Code will apply to the PDO. c. Water Efficient Landscape Design Requirements per Chapter 17.32 of the Development Code will apply to the PDO. 2. Design Guidelines. The City -Wide Design Guidelines that are in effect at the time an application is deemed complete. a. Chapter 5 (Multi -Family Residential Design Guidelines) for the PDO. 3. Approval Authority. The Conceptual Site Plan is depicted in Exhibits A-1 through A-3. Approximate building location, as well as approximate location of parking, drive lanes, and access, are shown on these Exhibits. The Conceptual Landscape Plan is depicted in Exhibit C and the Project Statistics are shown in Exhibits G-1 through G-3. Conformance with these Exhibits, as well as the provisions contained below will allow the Approval Authority for projects approved under PDO-5 as follows: a. The approval requirements contained in the City of Temecula Development Code that are in effect at the time an application is deemed complete within the PDO. 4. Any other relevant rule, regulation or standard that is in effect at the time an application is deemed complete. 17.22.146 USE REGULATIONS M Only multi -family residential land uses shall be allowed in the PDO. 17.22.150 DESIGN AND SETBACK STANDARDS The following standards are designed to increase the compatibility within and adjacent to the PDO. A. Building Setbacks. All structures shall be setback a minimum of fifteen feet along the eastern property line, which abuts existing single-family residential development. The height of the buildings along the eastern set back shall not exceed sixteen feet. 2. All structures shall be setback a minimum of fifteen feet along the western property line. 3. All structures shall be setback a minimum of forty-five feet along the southerly property line, which also abuts existing single-family residential development. 4. The northern setback from the property line at Rancho California Road shall be twenty-five feet except for the setback at Building 11, which shall be fifteen feet. B. Pedestrian Linkages. Pedestrian linkages shall be provided in accordance with Exhibit B (Sidewalk Plan). C. A pedestrian pathway system shall be provided within the PDO as shown on the Sidewalk Plan. D. Building Height. The height of structures shall not exceed three (3) stories or forty (40) feet in height. E. Trash Enclosures. No trash enclosures shall be permitted along Rancho California Road. All enclosures shall be architecturally compatible with the main building and screened with landscaping. Exact location shall be determined at the Development Plan stage. F. Transit Provisions. Provisions for a transit stop shall be provided. Final location shall be determined at the Development Plan stage, through consultation with the developer, Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) and the City Traffic Engineer. 17.22.152 VEHICULAR CIRCULATION SYSTEM STANDARDS Vehicular Circulation System Standards have been developed to assure that adequate vehicular access ingress and egress exist for the project, that internal project circulation and vehicle stacking are sufficient and that necessary emergency vehicle access requirements are met. A Conceptual Site Plan (Exhibit A) has been prepared with input from the Planning, Public Works and Fire Departments. Locations for buildings, access points from Rancho California Road and the western road, drive lanes, parking lots and parking lot landscaping have been provided on the conceptual plan in an effort to depict the overall development of the site. Minor changes or modifications to the conceptual plan may occur provided they are reviewed and approved by the City of Temecula at the development plan stage. Access Points: One access point to the project has been provided to the site from Rancho California Road and one from the westerly drive that is contiguous to the west property line. 1. Access to the PDO shall be provided from the access point on Rancho California Road. 2. A secondary access has been provided along the existing drive that runs along the PDO's westerly boundary. 17.22.154 ARCHITECTURAL AND LANDSCAPE DESIGN GUIDELINES Unless expressly stated below, Residential Architectural Guidelines for the PDO are contained within Chapter 5 of the City -Wide Design Guidelines. A. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN GUIDELINES 1. Form, Height And Massing The Guidelines contained below correspond to the Conceptual Building Elevations (Elevations), contained in Exhibit D. Final design of the individual buildings will utilize the design concepts depicted on the Elevations and may vary from the Elevations depicted in ExhibitD. • Buildings shall not exceed forty feet (40') in height. • Offsets in planes shall be used to reduce the mass of building walls, accent entry areas, and create architectural interest. • Building forms shall be of simple geometry with sculptural or traditional forms acceptable. • Pediment entries, colorful window and door trim shall be used for accent purposes. • Building entries shall be defined and articulated through the use of items such as columns and stone veneers. • Recessed windows and entryways shall be used, especially at the ground level as they add interest tothe product. • Windows or window -type elements are encouraged on second story elements. • Windows on the second floor shall line up with windows on the first floor, making the column/structure apparent. • All sides of the buildings shall receive adequate detail treatment; however, reduced articulation shall be permitted for those sides of the buildings that are not clearly visible from public view. 2. Colors & Materials The colors and materials for the PDO shall be consistent with the color and material boards (Exhibit F). The purpose of the color and material board is to provide continuity between the components of the Rendezvous PDO. A. Colors The predominant building color includes a mixture of earth tones (grays, whites, yellows, tans and browns), similar to colors already used throughout the City of Temecula, other Southern California cities, Warm or light colors are the mostappropriate for trim. Brighter colors shall be limited to signs, doors, window trim and other detailing related to pedestrian areas. B. Materials • Cement Plaster, or similar materials will be used predominantly throughout as will manufactured natural color stone, wood trellis and traditionally inspired concrete red "S" the roofing. • Textured concrete tiles may be used on building elevations. • High quality, dark colored roofing, such as concrete S the are recommended. • Beams, posts and wooden or stone columns shall be simple with camps and toes. Care should be taken so that the width of the column is in proportion to the scale of the building. 3. Roof Forms • Roofs shall be high enough to hide rooftop equipment. • Varied roof heights shall be incorporated to reduce building massing. • The use of cornices is strongly encouraged. B. LANDSCAPE DESIGN GUIDELINES 1. Project -Wide Landscaping The landscape theme is intended to support the architectural guidelines by creating screens and buffers where needed and views where opportunities exist. Guidelines: Plant material selection for street trees shall be determined by the City -Wide Design Guidelines and the Temecula Municipal Code, which shall complement the existing street trees on Rancho California Road. Introduced plant materials will be installed so that they reflect the surrounding plant species. Irrigation systems shall include low flow drip systems, consistent with the Section 17.32 of the City's Development Code (Water -Efficient Landscape Design). 2. Project Edges Project edges will be the most visible components of the project. The intent is to provide a comprehensive landscape approach to the project, while paying attention to the particular needs of each edge condition. Plans and Sections are provided to guide future Development Plans in these areas. The Landscape Plan and Section Legend, Plans and Sections are included as Exhibit C. a. Rancho California Road Edae Landscaping along Rancho California Road shall be complimentary to existing landscaping along Rancho California Road, as well as serve to identify the project. Streetscape plantings will be coordinated with interior streetscape and parking treatments as well as with adjacent parcel landscaping. An enhanced project entry will provide a gateway into the project. Reference Exhibits C-1 (Plan) and C-1a (Section): Rancho California Road / Lower Site. . b. Residential (External) /Residential Edge This edge shall serve to buffer the proposed development from the existing single-family residential to the east. A minimum fifteen (15) foot landscape buffer shall be required from the eastern property line to any structure. Evergreen trees with broad canopies may be utilized to allow for maximum privacy for the existing single-family residents. Reference Exhibits C-3 and C-3a: Lower Site Interface at East. The height of the buildings along the eastern set back shall not exceed sixteen feet. c. Residential (Internal)/Residential (External) Edge Slopes created on the eastern and southern slopes shall be extensively landscaped to meet current City Development Code standards. Since these are down slopes of various lengths, trees and shrubs are provided near the top of the slope to allow for maximum privacy for the existing single-family residents. Reference Exhibit C-4 (Section): Upper Site Interface at East and Exhibit C-5 (Section): Upper Site Interface atSouth. 3. Major Entries Special landscaping will occur at the Rancho California Entry that will identify the points of entry and set the tone for the PDO. Plantings will be coordinated with the Rancho California Road edge. Clear views for traffic safety and project signage must be maintained. Enhanced vehicular and pedestrian access will identify major entries, as follows. 17.22.156 Incorporation of Exhibits. All development within the Rendezvous Planned Development Overlay District shall conform and comply with the requirements set forth in the following Exhibits, which exhibits are on file in the Official Records of the City Clerk and incorporated herein by this reference as though set forth in full and which are also reduced in size to be included in the Zoning Code Text: Exhibit 17.22.156 A-1 through A-3. Conceptual Site Plans Exhibit 17.22.156 B. Sidewalk Plan Exhibit 17.22.156 C. Landscape Plan and Section Legend, Plans and Sections Exhibit 17.22.156 D. Entry Monument Signs Exhibit 17.22.156 E-1 through E-8. Conceptual Building Elevations Exhibit 17.22.156 F. Color and Material Board S 7-22-IMMEM i, -i L on.. �o41s( EXHIBIT SECTION 17.22.156 C LANDSCAPE PLAN AND SECTION LEGEND, PLANS AND SECTIONS Exhibit C-1: Landscape Plan View Rancho California Road / Lower Site Exhibit C-1 a Section 1-1 Rancho California Rd. / Lower Site Exhibits C-2 Plan View Lower Site Interface at East Exhibits C-3 Section 3-3 Lower Site Interface at East Exhibits C-3a Section 3-3 Lower Site Interface at East Exhibits C-4 6-6 Upper Site Interface at East Exhibits C-5 Section 7-7 Upper Site Interface at South Exhibits C-6 Plan View Upper Site Interface at South Exhibits C-7 Elevation Major Entry Monument Exhibit C-8 Plan View Major Entry Monument Exhibit C-9 Plan View Enhanced Paving (Alternate 1) Exhibit C-9a Plan View Enhanced Paving (Alternate 2) 10 -l-C 2J� � � L11 �• } T 17 rI ;� � • f I r � r PLAN VIEW Lower Site Interface at East Nis Exhibit C-2 Section A HOUSE dim Section C Section D SECTION 3-3 Lower Site Interface at East Exhibit C-3a BROAD CANOPY DECIDUOUS TREE TYPICAL BROAD CANOPY EVERGREEN TREE TYPICAL SLOPE OROUNOCOVER & SHRUB MASSING TYPICAL LARGE WKGROUND SHRUB MASSING TYPICAL .7 I11. M-FAMLY 2:1 SLOPE; DIARIES VARIES FF.SDENTIAL VARIES NATURAL OPEN SPACE VARIES SECTION - � U p per S i to Interface East NTS 8' TUBULAR STEEL FENCE TYPICAL RF_AR YARD VARIES SWCLE FAMILY FDETiAL I Fes! I I:III.-11 {EXISTING WOOD FENCE TYPICAL Exhibit C-4 R STEEL FENCE TrPIM VINES ATTACHED BROW�Fi4�111{{S.ViI7 ''WW77 DITCH REAR YARD 2:1 SLOPE VARIES VAeR I E SEC310 - Upper Site Interface at So& NTS LAKE BACKGROUND SHRUB MASSING TYPICAL -�-� MALL EVERGREEN SCREEN TREE TYPICAL MEDIUM FOREGROUND SHRUB MASSING TYP. SQL FLOWERING ACCENT SHRUB MASSING 7Y?lCAL TIDAL DED1DUCLIS ACCENT TREE 'TYPICAL - 14 tp `- muuF Y FE0De0VL -111 1 i 1 r 11111 11 i =i 41=111— I 5' CONCRETE SIDEWALK TYPICAL a 9 1--1 PQ h} ICh n M T'7 sEcTlox 17.22.155 C LARGE BACKGROUND SHRUB MASS NC TYPICAL BRW CANCPY RCREEN TREE TYP)CAL MEDIUM FOREGROUND SHRUB MASSING TYP. PYRAMIDAL EV'E R£EN TREE TYPI kL - 8' TUBULAR STEEL FENCE TYPICAL. SMALL EVERGREEN SCREEN TREE TYPIM PYRAMIDAL DECIDUOUS AC ENT TREE TYPICAL 5' CONCRETE SIDEWALK TYPICAL upv �T SINGLE' FAMILY RESIDE TIC. PLAN VIE Upper Site Interface t South NTIS 23 H Chiseled limestone face with concrete cap and base Raised metal letters Date Palms Decorative pots Evergreen trees f Flowering shrubs I Flowering groundcover E, EZVOU, S,r IF . 1.. ELEVATION Major Entry Monument nts RANCHO CALIFORNIARO. - _ " r PROJECT SIGNAGE ACCENT PLANTING 1 INTERLOCKING PAVERS I i CONCRETE BANDS f�; ALTERNATING EVERGREEN TREES AND PALMS FLOWERING SHRUBS v d v f a ��J I • VEHICULAR AND PEDESTRIAN ENTRY GATES I PLAN VIEW Major Entry Monument nts Exhibit C-a Guidelines: Accent trees with fall or flowering color should be used as identify plantings. Low -scale walls, shrubs, and groundcovers with annual or perennial color should be used to highlight key areas, such as the base of project entry monuments. Trees should be massed to create an effect similar to native plantings in undisturbed areas. 11 Secondary Entry The secondary entry is located at the westerly edge of the project along an un-named road between this project and the multi -family development to the west. Design elements may include accent plantings, low scale walls, and monumentation. Guidelines: • Shrubs and groundcovers with annual or perennial color should be used at the base of project entry monumentation. • Accent trees, such as palm trees or crape myrtle varieties should be used to identify entries. 12 Project -Wide Hardscape Concept Hardscape elements shall be used in coordination with the architecture and landscaping to provide a link between the street edge and the development. Attention to hardscape details creates a strong sense of community by relating different areas of the developments to an overriding theme. In addition, property hardscaping can improve pedestrian safety, movement and visual enjoyment of public areas. a. Pavina Materials The use of enriched paving treatment has been recommended for the major entry into the site and intersections to highlight key areas of the streetscape. Guidelines: Paving materials that incorporate natural rock or stone are highly recommended. Major intersection and project entry crosswalks shall be highlighted by enriched paving treatments such as stamped, colored concrete, interlocking pavers or cobblestones to visually denote crosswalks. Near buildings, paving materials should be consistent with major intersection treatments, using interlocking pavers, cobblestone, natural stone, ortextured concrete. 13 EXHIBIT SECTION .17.22.156 C SMOOTH CONCRETE BANOS TYPICAL EXPOSED AGGREGATE CONCRETE ACCENT TYPICAL INTERLOCKING PAVERS TYPICAL Enhanced Alternate FREE STANDING PILASTER W/ DIRECTIONAL SIGNAGE & BUILT-IN LAMP TYPICAL at Intersection EXHIBIT SECTION 17.22.1S6 C INTERLOCKING PAVERS TYPICAL c� SMOOTH CONCRETE BANDS TYPICAL EXPOSED AGGREGATE CONCRETE ACCENT TYPICAL COBBLE STAMPED COLORED CONCRETE TYPICAL--- I & tSUIL PLAN VIEW (2 Enhanced Paving at Intersection Alternate 2 NTS 15 b. Street Furniture Hardscape elements such as benches, bollards, paving and light standards shall reflect the theme of the overall PDO, complimenting the architecture and landscape. Materials used in construction of street furniture should complement architectural materials used on adjacent buildings. Safety and durability need special consideration. Guidelines: • Natural stone, rock, textured concrete, wood, or metal are all acceptable building materials for street furniture. • Street furniture should be located within gathering and/or shaded seating areas within the property. • All benches should be of simple design of wrought -iron metal, or concrete with supports and scroll detailing and finished natural wood slats for the sitting area. • Trash receptacles and other minor details must relate to the architectural style of buildings. 16 ®1S SIITLIH 17.22.156 C BENCH c. Walls and Fences When necessary for security or to mitigate grading, walls or retaining walls and fences shall reinforce the project's identity and image. The material, style, and height of walls and fences shall in order to ensure visual consistency, provide an element of continuity throughout the property. Guidelines: • Construction materials and colors shall be consistent with the project architecture with dark -toned hues and earthtone colors preferred. The use of a hedge/bollard treatment is acceptable and encouraged. • For walls built to screen ancillary structures adjacent to buildings, such as trash enclosures, construction materials should complement the architecture. • The horizontal mass of continuous walls should be softened by landscape planting and vines. • Tubular steel or an equivalent may be used for fencing. 4. Lighting Concept In the design of lighting, careful consideration must be given the overall architectural theme as well as to the safety of the site users. An emphasis should be made to emphasize human scale in public areas adjacent to buildings and along walks. Guidelines: • Warm white lighting is encouraged, bright colored or blinking lights shall not be allowed. • Light standards will blend architecturally with buildings, pedestrian areas, and other hardscape elements. • Design and placement of site lighting must minimize glare affecting adjacent properties, buildings and roadways. • Natural stone and concrete may be used for light standard bases. • All lighting shall be consistent with the Mt. Palomar Lighting Ordinance. • "Old town Style" lighting fixtures, either attached to building or pedestal mounted along pedestrian walkways and gathering areas shall be utilized. 17 EXHIBIT SECTION 17. 22.156 C LIGHTING STANDARD 5. Monument Signs a. General Requirements • All portions of Entry Monuments including the base and cap, shall be constructed with materials and colors as shown on Exhibit F. All monument signs shall include the name of the project and the lettering shall be no higher than 19" and no smaller than three inches (3") in height. Low growing shrubs, groundcover and/or annual color shall surround the base of the sign. 19 0 0 o o Sohn Watson ® ® ® ® ® ® Architects, Inc. Way Sa726 nta Santa arr bara Sa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 �• FMA _. :. . BuildingT #12 (Type G ) End Elevation Color Scheme 2 3/16" - 1'-0" 14 w° CQi W U O\ � N O � � 30063 —_ 30063 Qa U m 41 -- r ®® �� d � Q Q PA20-1325 ®® I �� inii� �� F�M11L N n Building #12 (Type G) Side Elevation Copyright Color Scheme 2 o DATE 3/16" =1'-0" sx a Rendezvous Phase II Color Schemes and Materials Color Scheme #1 Scheme #2 Scheme #3 Scheme #4 Scheme #5 Scheme #6 Scheme#7 Scheme #8 Integral Plaster Color Similar To: Description 1 Omega #20 Body Color I Body Color 2 Body Clr Body Clr DE6155 Soft Ivory Light Cream 2 Omega #2-1/2 A 948 Body Color 2 Body Color 3 DE6312 Dusty Dream Medium Tone Grey/Green 3 Omega #413 Body Color 1 Body Color 2 DET654 Creme Fraiche Light/Medium Cream 4 Omega #A 560 Body Color 2 Body Color 3 DET605 Drifting Doumstream Dark "Dull" Green 5 Omega #414 Body Color 1 Body Clr DE6380 Clouded Vision Light Gray 6 Omega #1/2 A 865 Body Color 1 DET665 Grain Mill Medium Cream/Oranme 7 Omega #418 Body Clr DE6200 Handwoven Medium Brawn COLOR 8 Omega #18 Trim Trim Trim Trim Entry Trm Trim Trim Trim DEW325 Vanilla Shake Whitish SCHEME 9 Boral Tesoro Blend Roof Tile Roof Tile Roof Tile Roof Tile Roof Tile Roof Tile Roof Tile Roof Tile B-317- R Roof Bundle Taupe - Same Color G 10 DE158 Nor[hem Territory All Doors All Doors All Doors DEA 158 Northern Territory —pprx Dark Br— -Semi-Gloss BUILDING I I French Limestone "Ryland Buff' Wall Tile 1 Wall Tile I Wall Tile I Wall Tile 1 Wall Tile 1 SCHEME 2 12 Chiseled Limestone "Cavenpe" Wall Tile 2 Wall Tile 2 Wall Tile 2 Wall Tile 2 13 Sand Canvon Flagstone "Cream" Wall Tile 3 Wall Tile 3 Wall Tile 3 Wall Tile 3 14 French Limestone "French White" Base Tile Base Tile Base Tile Base Tile Base Tile A6.2 15 Chiseled Limestone "Sunriver Bind" Base Tile Alt Base Tile Alt Base Tile Alt Base Tile Alt N=,CohwSchemc#lnotmedonPhasI Exhibit E— I 0l 0j Buildings #14 and #17 (Type 3A) End Elevation Color Scheme 4 3/32" = P-0" mono RI '.' IIIIIIIIII� IIIIIIIIII� '' :: :: Buildings #14 and #17 (Type 3A) Long Side Elevation Color Scheme 4 3/32"= V_0"__________ ::No umom 0000 0000 0000 iiiiiil IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Iliiiiiiiiiiiliiiliii IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... Buildings #14 and #17 (Type 3A) Short Side Elevation Color Scheme 4 -41 Exhibit E-3 Sohn Watson Architects, Inc. 726 Chetham Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 PA20-1325 10. SCHEME BUILDING 3A A6-4 Sohn Watson a2 la ,roe=.�.��, Architects, Inc. 726 Chethant Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 0 �i OO ® �i � � — (805)-969-7280 MM r'1 ®ME JT] ®®0063 Tj _06 w L ME w Building #11 (Type H) rx End Elevation ° Color Scheme 4 a o 3/32" = P-0" q U. W U D\ y � � 7 �i . P1 ix; o c 3 d a F OO OO OO o PA20-1325 30063 30063 4 Copyright DATE -_-_ �rmmm��mmm�� Buildings #11 (Type H) Long Side Elevation Color Scheme 4 COLOR 3/32" = 1'-0" SCHEME BUILDING H SCHEME A6-5 Exhibit E-4 Typical Garage With Trash Enclosure Typical Garage With Trash Enclosure Typical Garage Ph Trash Enclosure Typical Garage With Trash Enclosure Color Schcvic XB Color9cFcmc XB .iiwm, a„wWimr Typical Garage With Trash Enclosure Gera a Color Scheme Assi ents Typical Garage Trash Enclosure With �n -,.a Bldg #16/Garage 38 Fnd Fl—firm North Elevation 1/8" = 1'-0 Color Scheme #5 East Elevation 1/8" = 1'-0 West and South Elevation 1/8" = 11-0 Color Scheme #5 ILw.nc. Pool Bathrooms North Elevation 1/8" = 1'-0 r7-- T �Pool Bathrooms South Elevation Eathrouin Shower Glcvation Elevation Along Enhy Walk a Garage #35 with Mail Room North Elevation 1/8" = 1'-0" P Garage #35 with Mail Room South Elevation 1/8" = 1'-0" Garage #35 with Mail Room West Elevation 1/8" = 1'-0" Garage #35 with Mail room East Elevation Exhibit E-5 Sohn Watson Architects, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 SCHEME SMALLER A6.6 Color Scheme #1 "Left and Right" Building Type 2A 1 /811 = 11-011 Color Scheme #1 "Front and Back" Building Type 2A 1 /811 = 11-011 2 Story Apartment Building Color Scheme Assignments Color Scheme #2 "Front and Back" Building Type 2A 1/811 = 11-0t1 "Left and Right" Building Type 2A 1 /811 = 11-011 Building 2 Scheme 1 with Base Tile Building 3 Scheme 2 with Base Tile Building 4 Sche1 with Base Tile Alt Building 8 Schememe 2 with Base Tilc Alt Project Color Schemes and Materials Leasing Pool Baths 2 Story Bldg 2 Story Bldg 3 Story Bldg 3 Story Bldg Exercise Garage Garage Garage Color Scheme #1 Scheme 42 Scheme #3 Scheme #4 Scheme #5 Scheme #6 Sche=#7 Scheme #8 Comment Description 1 Omega #20 Body Color 1 Body Color 2 Body Ch Body Clr Formally DE6155 Soft Ivory Light Cream 2 Omega #2-1/2 A 948 Body Color 2 Body Color 3 Formally DE6312 Dusty Dream Medium Tone Grey/Green 3 Omega #413 Body Color 1 Body Color 2 Formally DET654 Creme Fraische Light/Medium Cream 4 Omega #A 560 Body Color 2 Body Color 3 Formally DET605 Drifting Downstream Dark "Dull" Green 5 Omega 9414 Body Color 1 Body Clr Formally DE6380 Clouded Vision Light Gray 6 Omega #1/2 A 865 Body Color 1 Formally DET665 Grain Mill Medium Cream/Orange 7 Omega #418 Body Ch Formally DE6200 Handwoven Medium Brown 8 Omega #18 Trim Trim Trim Trim Entry Trm Trim Trim Trim Formally DEW325 Vanilla Shake Whitish 9 Bond Tesoro Blend Roof Tile Roof Tile Roof Tile Roof Tile Roof Tile Roof Tile Roof Tile Roof Tile Formally B-317- R Roof Bandle Taupe - Apprx Same Color 10 DE158 Northern Territory All Doors All Doors All Doors Formally DEA 158 Northern Territory Dark Brown - Semi -Gloss 11 French Limestone "Ryland Buff' Wall Tile 1 Wall Tile 1 Wall Tile 1 Wall Tile 1 Wall Tile 1 12 Chiseled Limestone "Cayenne" Wall Tile 2 Wall Tile 2 Wall Tile 2 Wall Tile 2 13 Sand Canyon Flagstone "Cream" Wall Tile 3 Wall Tile 3 Wall Tile 3 Wall Tile 3 14 French Limestone "French White" Base Tile Base Tile Base Tile Base Tile Base Tile 15 Chiseled Limestone "Sunriver Bind" Base Tile Alt Base Tile Alt Base Tile Alt Base Tile Alt Exhibit E-6 John Watson Architects, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 SCHEME 2STORY A6.1 John Watson Color Scheme#3 Color Schcnia ?4 Architects, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 ® ® ® ff ® in �e ® ��JE "Left" "Left" Building Type 3A Building Type 3A 3/32" = F-0" 3/32" = F-0" w Color sd- c #3 Color Scheme 14 a� O101 O O O O 101 O O O masc^w,i O ' ® Q ® IQmill n. U N 4 U "Top" "Top" Building Type 3A Building Type 3A `� H 3/32" = F-0" 3/32" = F-0" PA18-1380 Color Scheme #3 Color Scheme #4 O O O O O O O O O O Copyright .,. DATE Q Q Q Q Q LOA "Bottom" 'Bottom" Building Type 3A Building Type 3A 3/32" = F-0" 3/32" = F-0" COLOR SCHEME Apartment Building 3 STORY 3 Story P g BUILDLINGS Color Scheme Assignments Building 1 Scb—e 4 with Base Tile Building 5 Scheme 4 with Base Tile Alt A6-2 Building 6 Scheme 3 with Base Tile Alt Building Scheme3with B—Tile Exhibit E-7 Typical Garage MTrash Enclosure Typical Garage With Trash Enclosure Typical Garage With Trash Enclosure Typical Garage With Trash Enclosure Typical Garage Wlth Trash Enclosure Game Color Scheme Assimunents Typical Garage With Trash Enclosure Wln _ ���■ ����� MEND �� .I: ���■ ����� moms �� ■�■ ���■ ����� moms _ �� ... �e!;st■ ����� momzs: 2: as: 2.. mom � ";' �2 11,1q, ICI � -- IIII .I ,I =Mn mom i II IIII MnM- -------------------------- II II. nm NONE 111mm�n 11 11 nmm�n n nm �ersl� nm North Elevation 1/8" = 1'-0 Color Schcmc A� East Flcration 1'-o West and South Elevation 1/8" = 1'-0 Color Scheme #5 Ellwu re . Pool Bathrooms North Elevation 1/8" = P-0 Tool Bathrooms South Elevation 1/8" = 1'-0 -'1 Bathroom Shower Elevation Elevation Along Enhv Walk 1/8 1 0 1/8" 1'-0 Exhibit E-8 John Watson Architects, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 SCHEME 3STORY A6.3 Color 1: Omega #20 (Similar to DE 6155 Soft Ivory) Color 2: Omega #2-1/2 A948 (Similar to DE 6312 Dusty Dream) Color 6: Omega #1/2 A 865 (Similar to DET665 Grain Mill) Color 7: Omega #418 (Similar to DE6200 Handwoven) Color 3: Omega #413 Color 8: Omega #18 (Similar to DET654 (Similar to DEW325 Creme Fraische) Vanilla Shake) Color 4: Omega #A 560 (Similar to DET605 Drifting Downstream) Color 5: Omega #414 (Similar to DE6380 Clouded Vision) i ` i rAh4,. i 64, � :4 arm h4, � :4 r,64, C4 rA L4 , r,64, 6 r'Ah. i. .� ra 64 rj h4. ,rok4 rA k4 ra: , 4 ra4, rA i. r,64, r�4 i. rA: 0A VA VA VA VA V4 VA VA V4 Color 10: DEA 15 8 Northern Territory) "McNichols Grecian 17840032 Used at Gas Meter Doors 1 Roof Tile: Tesoro Blend Barcelona 900 Boral Roofing White Vinyl Window Colosseum Travertine "Roman" Chiseled Limestone "Cayenne" Sand Canyon Flagstone "Cream" French Limestone " French White " Chiseled Limestone "Sunriver Blend" Exhibit F John Watson Architects, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 0 ct � � o o � ct Cct ct ct �D PA20-1325 Johj A CRMaCA\-� Copyright 0 I DATE November 6, 2020 February 1, 2021 MATERIALS A6.1 RESOLUTION NO. 2022- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1325) THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Procedural Findings. The City Council of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. On November 12, 2020, Pacific West Development filed Planning Application Nos. PA20-1323, a General Plan Amendment; PA20-1324, a Planned Development Overlay Amendment; PA20-1325, a Development Plan; and PA20-1326, a Tentative Tract Map. These applications (collectively "the Project") were filed in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. B. Collectively, the Project consists of a General Plan Amendment to amend the underlying General Plan Land Use designation of the Project site from Professional Office (PO) to Medium Density Residential (M); a Planned Development Overlay Amendment for PDO-5; a Development Plan for a 134 unit apartment community built on 7.60 acres; and a Tentative Tract Map (TTM 38043) to combine eight (8) existing contiguous parcels into a single parcel. C. The Project was processed including, but not limited to, a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law, including the California Environmental Quality Act. D. A Negative Declaration (ND) was prepared for the Project in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act and the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines ("CEQA"). The Draft ND was prepared under staff s direction by Environmental Science Associates (ESA). Thereafter, City staff filed a Notice of Completion with the State Clearinghouse, and circulated a Notice of Intent with the Draft ND and Appendices to the public and other interested parties, for a 30-day public review and comment period for the Draft ND commenced on May 27, 2021 and concluded on June 27, 2021. Signs were placed on the property and a notice was placed in the local paper. The City of Temecula received two (2) written comments and responded to each comment in the Final ND, which includes all timely received written comments and responses thereto. Comments were received by the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and Temecula Valley Unified School District. The Final ND was provided to commenting agencies in compliance with State Law. The "Final ND" consists of the Draft ND and all of its appendices and the comments and responses to comments on the Draft ND. The Final ND was made available to the public and to all commenting agencies in accordance with the law. E. On July 20, 2022, the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Negative Declaration and proposed Project at which time all persons interested in these actions had the opportunity and did address the Planning Commission. F. Following consideration of the entire record before it at the public hearing and due consideration of the proposed Negative Declaration and proposed Project the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 2022-19 "A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT A RESOLUTION ENTITLED "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING THE FINAL NEGATIVE DECLARATION FOR THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT CONSISTING OF A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944- 370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013)." G. At the conclusion of the Planning Commission hearing and after due consideration of the entire record before the Planning Commission hearing, and after due consideration of the testimony regarding the proposed Project, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 2022- 22, "A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT A RESOLUTION ENTITLED `A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN'S: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1325). "' H. On September 13, 2022 the City Council of the City of Temecula considered the Project and the Final ND for the Project, at a duly noticed public hearing at which time all interested persons had an opportunity to and did testify either in support or in opposition to this matter. The Council considered all the testimony and any comments received regarding the Project and the Final ND prior to and at the public hearing. I. Following the public hearing, the Council adopted Resolution No. 2022- "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING THE FINAL NEGATIVE DECLARATION FOR THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT CONSISTING OF A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN'S: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013)." Resolution No. 2022- and the findings therein are hereby incorporated by this reference as set forth in full. J. All legal preconditions to the adoption of this Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Legislative Findings. The City Council in approving the Project, pursuant to Temecula Municipal Code Section, 17.05.010, hereby finds, determines and declares that: N A. The proposed use is in conformance with the General Plan for Temecula and with all applicable requirements of State law and other Ordinances of the City; The proposed project consists of the construction of a multifamily residential community. With the approval of the General Plan Amendment and Planned Development Overlay Amendment the project site will allow for a multifamily residential community. Therefore, the project is consistent with the General Plan for Temecula and the Proposed Rendezvous Planned Development Overlay Amendment. The project, as conditioned, is also consistent with other applicable requirements of State law and local Ordinances, including the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the Citywide Design Guidelines, and Fire and Building codes. B. The overall development of the land is designed for the protection of the public health, safety, and general welfare; The overall design of the project, including the site, building, parking, circulation and other associated site improvements, is consistent with, and intended toprotect the health and safety of those working and living in an around the site as the project is consistent with the General Plan, City Wide Design Guidelines, Proposed Rendezvous Planned Development Overlay Amendment, and Development Code. The project has been reviewed for, and as conditioned, has been found to be consistent with all applicable policies, guidelines, standards and regulations intended to ensure that the development will be constructed and function in a manner consistent with the public health, safety, and welfare. Section 3. Conditions of Approval. The City Council of the City of Temecula approves Planning Application No. PA20-1325, a Development Plan application for a 134 unit apartment community, subject to the Conditions of Approval set forth in Exhibit A, attached hereto, and incorporated herein by this reference. Section 4. Effective Date. This Resolution shall take effect upon the effective date of Ordinance No. , "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY AMENDMENT TO THE TEMECULA VILLAGE PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY (PDO-5) GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 008, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1324)." Section 5. Certification. The City Clerk shall certify to the adoption of this Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 13th day of September, 2022. Matt Rahn, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 2022- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 13th day of September, 2022, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk EXHIBIT A CITY OF TEMECULA DRAFT CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL Planning Application No.: PA20-1325 Project Description: A Development Plan to allow for the construction of a 134 unit apartment community built on 7.60 acres located within the existing PDO-5 on the south side of Rancho California Road, 150 ft west of Cosmic Drive Assessor's Parcel No.: 944-370-001 944-370-005 944-370-006 944-370-007 944-370-010 944-370-012 944-370-013 MSHCP Category: Residential (Greater Than 14.1 du/ac) DIF Category: Residential -Attached TUMF Category: Residential -Multi -Family Quimby Category: Multi -Family Attached (5 or More Units) New Street In -lieu of Fee: N/A (Project not located in Uptown Temecula Specific Plan area) Approval Date: September 13, 2022 Expiration Date: September 13, 2025 PLANNING DIVISION Within 48 Hours of the Approval Page 1 of 19 Applicant Filing Notice of Determination. APPLICANTACTION REQUIRED: The applicant/developer is responsible for filing the Notice of Determination for the Mitigated or Negative Declaration required under Public Resources Code Section 21152 and California Code of Regulations Section 15075 within 48 hours of the project approval. If within said 48-hour period the applicant/ developer has not filed the Notice of Determination as required above, the approval for the project granted shall be void due to failure of this condition Failure to submit the Notice of Determination will also result in an extended period of time for legal challenges. FEES: Fees for the Notice of Determination are Two Thousand Five Hundred and Ninety -Eight Dollars ($2,598.00) which includes the Two Thousand Five Hundred and Forty- Eight Dollars ($2,548.00) fee, required by Fish and Wildlife Code Section 711.4(d)(3) plus the Fifty Dollars ($50.00) County administrative fee. The County of Riverside charges additional fees for credit card transactions. FILING: The City shall provide the applicant with a Notice of Determination within 24 hours of approval via email. If the applicant/developer has not received the Notice of Determination within 24 hours of approval, they shall contact the case Planner immediately. All CEQA documents must be filed online with the Riverside County Assessor — County Clerk- Recorder. A direct link to the CEQA filings page is available at TemeculaCA.gov/CEQA. COPY OF FILINGS: The applicant shall provide the City with a digital copy of the required filings within 48 hours. General Requirements 2. Indemnification of the City. Indemnity, Duty to Defend and Obligation to Pay Judgments and Defense Costs, Including Attorneys' Fees, Incurred by the City. The Applicant shall defend, indemnify, and hold harmless the City, its elected officials, officers, employees, volunteers, agents, and those City agents serving as independent contractors in the role of City officials (collectively "Indemnitees") from and against any claims, damages, actions, causes of actions, lawsuits, suits, proceedings, losses, judgments, costs, and expenses (including, without limitation, attorneys' fees or court costs) in any manner arising out of or incident to the Planning Commission's actions, this approval and the City Council's actions, related entitlements, or the City's environmental review thereof. The Applicant shall pay and satisfy any judgment, award or decree that may be rendered against City or the other Indemnitees in any such suit, action, or other legal proceeding. The City shall promptly notify the Applicant of any claim, action, or proceeding and the City shall reasonably cooperate in the defense. If the City fails to promptly notify the Applicant of any claim, action, or proceeding, or if the City fails to reasonably cooperate in the defense, the Applicant shall not thereafter be responsible to defend, indemnify, or hold harmless the City or the Indemnitees. The City shall have the right to select counsel of its choice. The Applicant shall reimburse the City, and the other Indemnitees, for any and all legal expenses and costs incurred by each of them in connection therewith or in enforcing the indemnity herein provided. Nothing in this condition shall be construed to require the Applicant to indemnify Indemnitees for any claim arising from the sole negligence or willful misconduct of the Indemnitees. In the event such a legal action is filed challenging the City's determinations herein or the issuance of the approval, the City shall estimate its expenses for the litigation. The Applicant shall deposit said amount with the City or, at the discretion of the City, enter into an agreement with the City to pay such expenses as they become due. Page 2of19 Expiration. This approval shall be used within three years of the approval date; otherwise, it shall become null and void. Use means the beginning of substantial construction contemplated by this approval within the three year period, which is thereafter diligently pursued to completion, or the beginning of substantial utilization contemplated by this approval, or use of a property in conformance with a Conditional Use Permit. A modification made to an approved Development Plan does not affect the original approval date of a development plan. 4. Time Extension. The Director of Community Development may, upon an application being filed prior to expiration, and for good cause, grant a time extension of up to five extensions of time, one year at a time. A modification made to an approved Development Plan does not affect the original approval date of a development plan. Consistency with Planned Development Overlay. This project and all subsequent projects within this site shall be consistent with Temecula Village Planned Development Overlay (PDO-5) 6. Conformance with Approved Plans. The development of the premises shall substantially conform to the approved site plan and elevations contained on file with the Planning Division. 7. Signage Permits. A separate building permit shall be required for all signage. 8. Landscape Maintenance. Landscaping installed for the project shall be continuously maintained to the reasonable satisfaction of the Director of Community Development. If it is determined that the landscaping is not being maintained, the Director of Community Development shall have the authority to require the property owner to bring the landscaping into conformance with the approved landscape plan. The continued maintenance of all landscaped areas shall be the responsibility of the developer or any successors in interest. 9. Graffiti. All graffiti shall be removed within 24 hours on telecommunication towers, equipment, walls, or other structures. 10. Burrowing Owl Study Submittal. A Burrowing Owl Study shall be submitted prior to plan check approval for the grading permit. If construction is delayed or suspended for more than 30 days after the survey, the area shall be resurveyed. 11. Water Quality and Drainage. Other than stormwater, it is illegal to allow liquids, gels, powders, sediment, fertilizers, landscape debris, and waste from entering the storm drain system or from leaving the property. To ensure compliance with this Condition of Approval: a. Spills and leaks shall be cleaned up immediately. b. Do not wash, maintain, or repair vehicles onsite. c. Do not hose down parking areas, sidewalks, alleys, or gutters. d. Ensure that all materials and products stored outside are protected from rain. e. Ensure all trash bins are covered at all times. Page 3of19 12. Materials and Colors. The Conditions of Approval specified in this resolution, to the extent specific items, materials, equipment, techniques, finishes or similar matters are specified, shall be deemed satisfied by City staffs prior approval of the use or utilization of an item, material, equipment, finish or technique that City staff determines to be the substantial equivalent of that required by the Conditions of Approval. Staff may elect to reject the request to substitute, in which case the real party in interest may appeal, after payment of the regular cost of an appeal, the decision to the Planning Commission for its decision. Material Color Stucco Dusty Dream (DE6312) Stucco Handwoven (DE6200) Garage Door Northern Territory (DEA158) Stucco Soft Ivory (DE6155) Stucco Vanilla Shake (DEW325) Stucco Clouded Vision (DE6380) Stucco Creme Fraiche (DET654) Stucco Drifting Downstream (DET605) Stucco Grain Mill (DET665) French Limestone French White Storefront Dark Bronze Clay Roof S Tile Barcelona Colosseum Travertine Roman Chiseled Limestone Cayenne San Canyon Flagstone Cream Chiseled Limestone Sunriver Blend 13. Modifications or Revisions. The developer shall obtain City approval for any modifications or revisions to the approval of this project. Page 4of19 14. Trash Enclosures. The trash enclosures shall be large enough to accommodate a recycling bin, as well as regular solid waste containers. Trash enclosures shall have working locking mechanisms on all access gates, including pedestrian access gates, that shall remain locked and accessible only to authorized users (residents, commercial tenants, etc.) during times when pick up service is not scheduled. Trash enclosures shall have anti -dumping design features incorporated into the design of the trash enclosure, which prevent the transfer of materials over or around the trash enclosure. Anti -dumping features must be designed in complimentary design manner to the existing or proposed building, and shall not include chain link fence, razor wire, or barbed wire." The area between the top of the wall and the top of the enclosure shall not remain open and available for dumping or other activities. 15. Trash Enclosures. Trash enclosures shall be provided to house all trash receptacles utilized on the site. These shall be clearly labeled on the site plan. 16. Covered Trash Enclosures. All trash enclosures on site shall include a solid cover and the construction plans shall include all details of the trash enclosures, including the solid cover. 17. Construction and Demolition Debris. The developer shall contact the City's franchised solid waste hauler for disposal of construction and demolition debris and shall provide the Planning Division verification of arrangements made with the City's franchise solid waste hauler for disposal of construction and demolition debris. Only the City's franchisee may haul demolition and construction debris. 18. Public Art Ordinance. The applicant shall comply with the requirements of the City's Public Art Ordinance as defined in Chapter 5.08 of the Temecula Municipal Code. 19. Property Maintenance. All parkways, including within the right-of-way, entryway median, landscaping, walls, fencing, recreational facilities, and on -site lighting shall be maintained by the property owner or maintenance association. Page 5of19 20. Fiscal Impact Analysis Compliance. The Project is required to address impacts to the City's budget as a result of the increased costs to the City of providing public safety and other municipal services to the Project area substantially exceeding the municipal revenue generated from the Project ("City Services Deficit"). The City has received a Fiscal Impact Analysis, dated June 9, 2022 ("FIA"), documenting the City Services Deficit. The owners of the property within the Project, and their successors in interest, shall pay the City a minimum sum as described in the June 9, 2022 Final FIA per Occupied Residential Property each year as mitigation for the City Services Deficit, with an increase in such payment each fiscal year in an amount as described in the June 9, 2022 Final FIA, as such increase may be adjusted as part of the yearly assessment or special tax levy as provided in a funding mechanism that may be approved by the City. "Occupied Residential Property" means an assessor's parcel within the project for which building permits for residential construction have been issued, and a certificate of occupancy or final inspection has been issued, or as may be further defined in the City approved funding mechanism. Five years after the date of the first certificate of occupancy or final inspection is issued for a home in the Project and every five years after that, the owners of the properties may request that the City re evaluate the yearly payments for the City Services Deficit and prepare an updated FIA to analyze the continuing impacts of the Project to the City's budget. The cost of the updated FIA shall be paid for by the owners of the properties within the Project. Owner and its successors to the property within the Project may fulfill this recurring financial obligation to the City through a community facilities district established by the City pursuant to the Mello Roos Community Facilities District Act of 1982, Government Code Section 53311, et seq., or other appropriated financing mechanism approved by the City; provided, however, the obligation of each owner and their successors to pay the City Services Deficit payment under this Condition remains an obligation of the owner and its successors regardless of the financing mechanism used to pay it and regardless of whether there is a financing mechanism to pay it. Prior to Issuance of Grading Permit 21. Placement of Transformer. Provide the Planning Division with a copy of the underground water plans and electrical plans for verification of proper placement of transformer(s) and double detector check valves prior to final agreement with the utility companies. 22. Placement of Double Detector Check Valves. Double detector check valves shall be installed at locations that minimize their visibility from the public right-of-way, subject to review and approval by the Director of Community Development. 23. Discovery of Cultural Resources. The following shall be included in the Notes Section of the Grading Plan: "If cultural resources are discovered during the project construction (inadvertent discoveries), all work in the area of the find shall cease, and the qualified archaeologist and the Pechanga monitor shall investigate the find, and make recommendations as to treatment." Page 6of19 24. Burrowing Owl Grading Note. The following shall be included in the Notes Section of the Grading Plan: "No grubbing/clearing of the site shall occur prior to scheduling the pre -grading meeting with Public Works. All project sites containing suitable habitat for burrowing owls, whether owls were found or not, require a 30-day preconstruction survey that shall be conducted within 30 days prior to ground disturbance to avoid direct take of burrowing owls. If the results of the survey indicate that no burrowing owls are present on -site, then the project may move forward with grading, upon Planning Division approval. If burrowing owls are found to be present or nesting on -site during the preconstruction survey, then the following recommendations must be adhered to: Exclusion and relocation activities may not occur during the breeding season, which is defined as March 1 through August 31, with the following exception: From March 1 through March 15 and from August 1 through August 31 exclusion and relocation activities may take place if it is proven to the City and appropriate regulatory agencies (if any) that egg laying or chick rearing is not taking place. This determination must be made by a qualified biologist." If construction is delayed or suspended for more than 30 days after the survey, the area shall be resurveyed. 25. Human Remains. If human remains are encountered, California Health and Safety Code Section 7050.5 states that no further disturbance shall occur until the Riverside County Coroner has made the necessary findings as to origin. Further, pursuant to California Public Resources Code Section 5097.98(b) remains shall be left in place and free from disturbance until a final decision as to the treatment and disposition has been made. If the Riverside County Coroner determines the remains to be Native American, the Native American Heritage Commission must be contacted within 24 hours. The Native American Heritage Commission must then immediately identify the "most likely descendant(s)" of receiving notification of the discovery. The most likely descendant(s) shall then make recommendations within 48 hours, and engage in consultations concerning the treatment of the remains as provided in Public Resources Code 5097.98 and the Treatment Agreement described in these conditions. Prior to Issuance of Building Permit 26. Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee (TUMF). The Western Riverside County of Governments administers and collects the Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee (TUMF). The City of Temecula adopted an ordinance on March 31, 2003 for a Riverside County area wide Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee (TUMF). This project is subject to payment of these fees at the time of building permit issuance (paid to WRCOG). The fees are subject to the provisions of Chapter 15.08 of the Temecula Municipal Code and the fee schedule in effect at the time of building permit issuance. Additional information on payment, fees, and points of contact can be found at http://www.wrcog.cog.ca.us/174/TUMF 27. Development Impact Fee (DIF). The developer shall comply with the provisions of Title 15, Chapter 15.06 of the Temecula Municipal Code and all its resolutions by paying the appropriate City fee. 28. Photometric Plan. The applicant shall submit a photometric plan, including the parking lot, to the Planning Division, which meets the requirements of the Development Code and the Riverside County Palomar Lighting Ordinance 655. All exterior LED light fixtures shall be 3,000 kelvin or below. The parking lot light standards shall be placed in such a way as to not adversely affect the growth potential of the parking lot trees. Page 7of19 29. Construction Landscaping and Irriqation Plans. Construction Landscaping and Irrigation Plans shall be reviewed and approved by the Planning Division. These plans shall be submitted as a separate submittal, not as part of the building plans or other plan set. These plans shall conform to the approved conceptual landscape plan, or as amended by these conditions. The location, number, height and spread, water usage or KC value, genus, species, and container size of the plants shall be shown. The plans shall be consistent with the Water Efficient Ordinance and Water Storage Contingency Plan per the Rancho California Water District. The plans shall be accompanied by the appropriate filing fee (per the City of Temecula Fee Schedule at time of submittal) and one copy of the approved Grading Plan. 30. Landscaping Site Inspections. The Landscaping and Irrigation Plans shall include a note stating, "Three landscape site inspections are required. The first inspection will be conducted at installation of irrigation while trenches are open. This will verify that irrigation equipment and layout is per plan specifications and details. Any adjustments or discrepancies in actual conditions will be addressed at this time and will require an approval to continue. Where applicable, a mainline pressure check will also be conducted. This will verify that the irrigation mainline is capable of being pressurized to 150 psi for a minimum period of two hours without loss of pressure. The second inspection will verify that all irrigation systems are operating properly, and to verify that all plantings have been installed consistent with the approved construction landscape plans. The third inspection will verify property landscape maintenance for release of the one-year landscape maintenance bond." The applicant/owner shall contact the Planning Division to schedule inspections. 31. Agronomic Soils Report. The Landscaping and Irrigation Plans shall include a note on the plans stating, "The contractor shall provide two copies of an agronomic soils report at the first irrigation inspection." 32. Water Usage Calculations. The Landscaping and Irrigation Plans shall include water usage calculations per Chapter 17.32 of the Development Code (Water Efficient Ordinance), the total cost estimate of plantings and irrigation (in accordance with approved plan). Applicant shall use evapotranspiration (ETo) factor of 0.70 for calculating the maximum allowable water budget. 33. Landscape Maintenance Program. A landscape maintenance program shall be submitted to the Planning Division for approval. The landscape maintenance program shall detail the proper maintenance of all proposed plant materials to assure proper growth and landscape development for the long-term esthetics of the property. The approved maintenance program shall be provided to the landscape maintenance contractor who shall be responsible to carry out the detailed program. 34. Specifications of Landscape Maintenance Program. Specifications of the landscape maintenance program shall indicate, "Three landscape site inspections are required. The first inspection will be conducted at installation of irrigation while trenches are open. This will verify that irrigation equipment and layout is per plan specifications and details. Any adjustments or discrepancies in actual conditions will be addressed at this time and will require an approval to continue. Where applicable, a mainline pressure check will also be conducted. This will verify that the irrigation mainline is capable of being pressurized to 150 psi for a minimum period of two hours without loss of pressure. The second inspection will verify that all irrigation systems are operating properly, and to verify that all plantings have been installed consistent with the approved construction landscape plans. The third inspection will verify property landscape maintenance for release of the one-year landscape maintenance bond." The applicant/owner shall contact the Planning Division to schedule inspections. Page 8of19 35. Irrigation. The landscaping plans shall include automatic irrigation for all landscaped areas and complete screening of all ground mounted equipment from view of the public from streets and adjacent property for private common areas; front yards and slopes within individual lots; shrub planting to completely screen perimeter walls adjacent to a public right-of-way equal to 66 feet or larger; and, all landscaping excluding City maintained areas and front yard landscaping which shall include, but may not be limited to, private slopes and common areas. 36. Hardscaping. The landscape plans shall include all hardscaping for pedestrian trails within private common areas. 37. Wall and Fence Plans. Wall and fence plans shall be consistent with the Conceptual Landscape Plans showing the height, location and the following materials for all walls and fences: • Tubular steel fencing around the pool area and northern, eastern, and western boundaries. - Geogrid retaining wall in front of Building 11 38. Precise Grading Plans. Precise Grading Plans shall be consistent with the approved rough grading plans including all structural setback measurements. 39. Building Construction Plans for Outdoor Areas. Building Construction Plans shall include detailed outdoor areas (including but not limited to trellises, decorative furniture, fountains, hardscape, etc.) to match the style of the building subject to the approval of the Director of Community Development. 40. WQMP Landscape Compliance. The construction landscape plans shall be consistent with Appendix A, Table 31 of the Low Impact Development (LID) Manual for Southern California for plant materials and treatment facilities, and shall reference the approved precise grading plan for WQMP features. 41. Utility Screening. All utilities shall be screened from public view. Landscape construction drawings shall show and label all utilities and provide appropriate screening. Provide a three-foot clear zone around fire check detectors as required by the Fire Department before starting the screen. Group utilities together in order to reduce intrusion. Screening of utilities is not to look like an after -thought. Plan planting beds and design around utilities. Locate all light poles on plans and ensure that there are no conflicts with trees. 42. Smoking in Residential Units. Per Municipal Code Chapter 17.30, "Smoking in Multi -Unit Residences," the developer shall submit a site plan to the City for review and approval, designating a minimum of 25 percent of the units within the project as non-smoking units. 43. Community Wide Public Benefit. The applicant shall provide a cash payment in the amount of $500,000.00 to the City of Temecula prior to issuance of the first residential multi family or commercial building permit. This payment will fulfill the requirements of the Growth Management Plan for the proposed project. 44. Fiscal Impact Analysis Covenant. The owner of record shall record a covenant, in a form satisfactory to the city attorney, which shall place future buyers of the residential dwelling units on notice of their obligation to pay the City the sum as provided in the Fiscal Impact Analysis on file with the City of Temecula. The covenant shall be recorded in the official records of the County of Riverside prior to the issuance of the first residential building permit, and a copy of the covenant shall be filed with the office of the city clerk. Prior to Release of Power, Building Occupancy or Any Use Allowed by This Permit Page 9of19 45. Letter of Substantial Conformance. The applicant shall submit a letter of substantial conformance, subject to field verification by the Director of Community Development or his/her designee. Said letter of substantial conformance shall be prepared by the project designer and shall indicate that all plant materials and irrigation system components have been installed in accordance with the approved final landscape and irrigation plans. Such letter of substantial conformance shall be submitted prior to scheduling for the final inspection. 46. Screening of Loadinq Areas. The applicant shall be required to screen all loading areas and roof mounted mechanical equipment from view of public right-of-ways. If upon final inspection it is determined that any mechanical equipment, roof equipment or backs of building parapet walls are visible from any portion of the public right-of-way adjacent to the project site, the developer shall provide screening by constructing a sloping tile covered mansard roof element or other screening reviewed and approved by the Director of Community Development. 47. Landscape Installation Consistent with Construction Plans. All required landscape planting and irrigation shall have been installed consistent with the approved construction plans and shall be in a condition acceptable to the Director of Community Development. The plants shall be healthy and free of weeds, disease, or pests. The irrigation system shall be properly constructed and in good working order. 48. Performance Securities. Performance securities, in amounts to be determined by the Director of Community Development, to guarantee the maintenance of the plantings in accordance with the approved construction landscape and irrigation plan, shall be filed with the Planning Division for a period of one year from final Certificate of Occupancy. After that year, if the landscaping and irrigation system have been maintained in a condition satisfactory to the Director of Community Development, the bond shall be released upon request by the applicant. 49. Installation of Site Improvements. All site improvements, including but not limited to, parking areas and striping shall be installed. 50. Compliance with Conditions of Approval. All of the foregoing conditions shall be complied with prior to occupancy or any use allowed by this approval. Prior to Recordation of the Final Map 51. Quimby Requirements. The developer shall satisfy the City's parkland dedication (Quimby) requirement through the payment of in -lieu fees equivalent to 1.63 acres of parkland, based upon the City's then current land evaluation. Said requirement includes a 8.7% credit for private recreational opportunities provided. Outside Agencies 52. Flood Protection. Flood protection shall be provided in accordance with the Riverside County Flood Control Districts transmittal dated December 16, 2020, a copy of which is attached. The fee is made payable to the Riverside County Flood Control Water District by either a cashier's check or money order, prior to the issuance of a grading permit (unless deferred to a later date by the District), based upon the prevailing area drainage plan fee. 53. Compliance with Dept. of Environmental Health. The applicant shall comply with the recommendations set forth in the County of Riverside Department of Environmental Health's transmittal dated January 22, 2021, a copy of which is attached. Page 10 of 19 54. Compliance with EMWD. The applicant shall comply with the recommendations set forth in the Eastern Municipal Water District's transmittal dated December 21, 2020, a copy of which is attached. 55. Compliance with RCWD. The applicant shall comply with the recommendations set forth in the Rancho California Water District's transmittal dated December 22, 2020, a copy of which is attached. 56. Compliance with Geotechnical. The applicant shall comply with the recommendations set forth in the Leighton Consulting, Inc. transmittal dated February 4, 2021, a copy of which is attached. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT General Requirements 57. Conditions of Approval. The developer shall comply with all Conditions of Approval, the Engineering and Construction Manual and all City codes/standards at no cost to any governmental agency. 58. Entitlement Approval. The developer shall comply with the approved site plan, the conceptual Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) and other relevant documents approved during entitlement. Any significant omission to the representation of site conditions may require the plans to be resubmitted for further review and revision. 59. Precise Grading Permit. A precise grading permit for on site improvements (outside of public right-of-way) shall be obtained from Public Works. 60. Haul Route Permit. A haul route permit may be required when soils are moved on public roadways to or from a grading site. The developer/contractor is to verify if the permit is required. If so, he shall comply with all conditions and requirements per the City's Engineering and Construction Manual and as directed by Public Works. 61. Encroachment Permits. Prior to commencement of any applicable construction, encroachment permit(s) are required and shall be obtained from Public Works for public offsite improvements. 62. Storm Drain Improvement Plans. The developer shall submit storm drain improvement plans if the street storm flows exceeds top of curb for the 10-year storm event and/or is not contained within the street right-of-way for the 100-year storm event. A manhole shall be constructed at right-of-way where a private and public storm drain systems connect. The plans shall be approved by Public Works. 63. Private Drainage Facilities. All onsite drainage and water quality facilities shall be privately maintained. 64. Parkway Landscaping. All parkway landscaping areas shall be privately maintained. Prior to Issuance of a Grading Permit 65. Environmental Constraint Sheet (ECS). The developer shall comply with all constraints per the recorded ECS with any underlying maps related to the subject property. 66. Grading/Erosion & Sediment Control Plan. The developer shall submit a grading/erosion & sediment control plan(s) to be reviewed and approved by Public Works. All plans shall be coordinated for consistency with adjacent projects and existing improvements contiguous to the site. The approved plan shall include all construction -phase pollution -prevention controls to adequately address non -permitted runoff. Refer to the City's Engineering & Construction Manual at: www.TemeculaCA.gov/ECM Page 11 of 19 67. Erosion & Sediment Control Securities. The developer shall comply with the provisions of Chapter 18, Section 18.24.140 of the Temecula Municipal Code by posting security and entering into an agreement to guarantee the erosion & sediment control improvements. 68. NPDES General Permit Compliance. The developer shall obtain project coverage under the State National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) General Permit for Construction Activities and shall provide the following: a. A copy of the Waste Discharge Identification Number (WDID) issued by the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB); b. The project's Risk Level (RL) determination number; and c. The name, contact information and certification number of the Qualified SWPPP Developer (QSD) Pursuant to the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) requirements and City's storm water ordinance, a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) shall be generated and submitted to the Board. Throughout the project duration, the SWPPP shall be routinely updated and readily available (onsite) to the State and City. Review www.cabmphandbooks.com for SWPPP guidelines. Refer to the following link: http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water issues/programs/stormwater/construction.shtml 69. Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) and O&M Agreement. The developer shall submit a final WQMP (prepared by a registered professional engineer) with the initial grading plan submittal, based on the conceptual WQMP from the entitlement process. It must receive acceptance by Public Works. A copy of the final project -specific WQMP must be kept onsite at all times. In addition, a completed WQMP Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Agreement shall be submitted for review and approval. Upon approval from City staff, the applicant shall record the O&M agreement at the County Recorder's Office in Temecula. Refer to the WQMP template and agreement link: www.TemeculaCA.gov/WQMP. As part of the WQMP approval, the Engineer of Record shall report and certify BMP construction per City of Temecula NPDES requirements. Should the project require Alternative Compliance, the developer is responsible for execution of an approved Alternative Compliance Agreement. 70. Drainage. All applicable drainage shall be depicted on the grading plan and properly accommodated with onsite drainage improvements and water quality facilities, which shall be privately maintained. Alterations to existing drainage patterns or concentration and/or diverting flows is not allowed unless the developer constructs adequate drainage improvements and obtains the necessary permissions from the downstream property owners. All drainage leaving the site shall be conveyed into a public storm drain system, if possible. The creation of new cross lot drainage is not permitted. 71. Drainage Study. A drainage study shall be prepared by a registered civil engineer and submitted to Public Works with the initial grading plan check in accordance with City, Riverside County and engineering standards. The study shall identify storm water runoff quantities (to mitigate the 10 and 100-year storm event for 24 hour storm duration peak flow) from the development of this site and upstream of the site. It shall identify all existing or proposed offsite or onsite, public or private, drainage facilities intended to discharge this runoff. Runoff shall be conveyed to an adequate outfall capable of receiving the storm water runoff without damage to public or private property. The study shall include a capacity analysis verifying the adequacy of all facilities. Any upgrading or upsizing of drainage facilities necessary to convey the storm water runoff shall be provided as part of development of this project. 72. RCFC&WCD Encroachment Permit. A copy of the grading and improvement plans, along with supporting hydrologic and hydraulic calculations, shall be submitted to the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District for approval. Page 12 of 19 73. Soils Report. A soils report, prepared by a registered soil or civil engineer, shall be submitted to Public Works with the initial grading plan submittal. The report shall address the site's soil conditions and provide recommendations for the construction of engineered structures and preliminary pavement sections. 74. Letter of Permission/Easement. The developer shall obtain documents (letters of permission or easements) for any offsite work performed on adjoining properties. The document's format is as directed by, and shall be submitted to, Public Works for acceptance. The document information shall be noted on the approved grading plan. 75. American Disability Act. The developer shall ensure that all frontage areas to the proposed development within the public right of way are ADA compliant. Any sidewalk within the public right of way found to be non -compliant shall be the responsibility of the property owner to be removed and replaced with ADA compliant sidewalk per the Streets and Highway Code Section 5610. Prior to Issuance of Encroachment Permit(s) 76. Public Utility Agency Work. The developer shall submit all relevant documentation due to encroaching within City right-of-way; and is responsible for any associated costs and for making arrangements with each applicable public utility agency. 77. Traffic Control Plans. A construction area traffic control plan (TCP) will be required for lane closures and detours or other disruptions to traffic circulation; and shall be reviewed and approved by Public Works. The TCP shall be designed by a registered civil or traffic engineer in conformance with the latest edition of the Caltrans Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and City standards. 78. Improvement Plans. All improvement plans (including but not limited to street, storm drain, traffic) shall be reviewed and approved by Public Works. 79. Street Trenching. All street trenches shall conform to City Standard No. 407; refer to the City's Paving Notes. Prior to Issuance of Building Permit(s) 80. Final Map. Prior to issuance of the first building permit, Tract Map Number 38043 shall be approved and recorded. 81. Certifications. Certifications are required from the registered civil engineer -of -record certifying the building pad elevation(s) per the approved plans and from the soil's engineer -of -record certifying compaction of the building pad(s). Prior to Issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy 82. Completion of Improvements. The developer shall complete all work per the approved plans and Conditions of Approval to the satisfaction of the City Engineer. This includes all on site work (including water quality facilities), public improvements and the executed WQMP Operation and Maintenance agreement. 83. Utility Agency Clearances. The developer shall receive written clearance from applicable utility agencies (i.e., Rancho California and Eastern Municipal Water Districts, etc.) for the completion of their respective facilities and provide to Public Works. 84. Replacement of Damaged Improvements/Monuments. Any appurtenance damaged or broken during development shall be repaired or removed and replaced to the satisfaction of Public Works. Any survey monuments damaged or destroyed shall be reset per City Standards by a qualified professional pursuant to the California Business and Professional Code Section 8771. Page 13 of 19 85. Certifications. All necessary certifications and clearances from engineers, utility companies and public agencies shall be submitted as required by Public Works. BUILDING AND SAFETY DIVISION General Requirements 86. Final Building and Safety Conditions. Final Building and Safety conditions will be addressed when building construction plans are submitted to Building and Safety for review. These conditions will be based on occupancy, use, the California Building Code (CBC), and related codes which are enforced at the time of building plan submittal. 87. Compliance with Code. All design components shall comply with applicable provisions of the most current edition of the California Building, Plumbing and Mechanical Codes; California Electrical Code; California Administrative Code, Title 24 Energy Code, California Title 24 Disabled Access Regulations, and Temecula Municipal Code as identified in Title 15 of the Temecula Municipal Code. 88. ADA Access. Applicant shall provide details of all applicable disabled access provisions and building setbacks on plans to include: a. Disabled access from the public way to the main entrance of the building. b. Van accessible parking located as close as possible to the main entrance of the building. c. Accessible path of travel from parking to the furthest point of improvement. d. Path of accessibility from parking to furthest point of improvement. e. Accessible path of travel from public right-of-way to all public areas on site, such as trash enclosures, clubhouses, and picnic areas. 89. County of Riverside Mount Palomar Ordinance. Applicant shall submit, at time of plan review, a complete exterior site lighting plan showing compliance with County of Riverside Mount Palomar Ordinance Number 655 for the regulation of light pollution. All streetlights and other outdoor lighting shall be shown on electrical plans submitted to the Building and Safety Division. Any outside lighting shall be hooded and aimed not to shine directly upon adjoining property or public rights -of -way. All exterior LED light fixtures shall be 3,000 kelvin or below. all 91 ", 93. Street Addressing. Applicant must obtain street addressing for all proposed buildings by requesting street addressing and submitting a site plan for commercial or multi -family residential projects or a recorded final map for single-family residential projects. Clearance from TVUSD. A receipt or clearance letter from the Temecula Valley Unified School District shall be submitted to the Building and Safety Department to ensure the payment or exemption from School Mitigation Fees. Obtain Approvals Prior to Construction. Applicant must obtain all building plans and permit approvals prior to commencement of any construction work. Obtaining Separate Approvals and Permits. Trash enclosures, patio covers, light standards, and any block walls will require separate approvals and permits. Solid covers are required over new and existing trash enclosures. Sewer and Water Plan Approvals. On -site sewer and water plans will require separate approvals and permits. Page 14 of 19 95. Hours of Construction. Signage shall be prominently posted at the entrance to the project, indicating the hours of construction, as allowed by the City of Temecula Municipal Code Section 9.20.060, for any site within one -quarter mile of an occupied residence. The permitted hours of construction are Monday through Saturday from 7:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. No work is permitted on Sundays and nationally recognized Government Holidays. 96. House Electrical Meter. Provide a house electrical meter to provide power for the operation of exterior lighting, irrigation pedestals and fire alarm systems for each building on the site. Developments with single user buildings shall clearly show on the plans how the operation of exterior lighting and fire alarm systems when a house meter is not specifically proposed. 97. Protection of drains and penetration. Protection of joints and penetrations in fire resistance -rated assemblies shall not be concealed from view until inspected for all designed fire protection. Required fire seals/fire barriers in fire assemblies at fire resistant penetrations shall be installed by individuals with classification or certification covering the installation of these systems. Provide certification for the installation of each area and certification of compliance for Building Official's approval. 98. Garage Dimensions. Parking spaces within enclosed garages shall have an interior dimension of at least ten feet wide and twenty feet long. All measurements shall be made from the interior walls and any obstructions (including stem walls) shall not satisfy this requirement. The interior wall dimensions shall be on the plans for each garage. The following notes are required on the plans: -Two car garages shall note, "20' x 20' clear with no obstructions (including stem walls)" -Single car garages shall note, "10' x 20' clear with no obstructions (including stem walls)" FIRE PREVENTION General Requirements 99. Fire Hydrants. The Fire Prevention Bureau is required to set minimum fire hydrant distances per CFC Appendix C. Standard fire hydrants (6" x 4" x (2) 2'/2" outlets) shall be located on fire access roads and adjacent public streets. For all multi -family projects hydrants shall be spaced at 350 feet apart, and shall be located no more than 210 feet from any point on the street or Fire Department access road(s) frontage to a hydrant. The required fire flow shall be available from any adjacent hydrant(s) in the system. The fire line may be required to be a looped system. The upgrade of existing fire hydrants may be required (CFC Appendix C and Temecula Municipal Code Section 15.16.020). 100. Fire Dept. Plan Review. Final fire and life safety conditions will be addressed when building plans are reviewed by the Fire Prevention Bureau. These conditions will be based on occupancy, use, the California Building Code (CBC), California Fire Code (CFC), and related codes which are in force at the time of building plan submittal. 101. Fire Flow. The Fire Prevention Bureau is required to set a minimum fire flow for the remodel or construction of all commercial and residential buildings per CFC Appendix B. The developer shall provide for this project, a water system capable of delivering 2,500 GPM at 20-PSI residual operating pressure for a 4-hour duration for multi -family projects. The fire flow as given above has taken into account all information as provided. (CFC Appendix B and Temecula Municipal Code Section 15.16.020). Prior to Issuance of Grading Permit(s) 102. Access Road Widths. Fire Department vehicle access roads shall have an unobstructed width of not less than 24 feet and an unobstructed vertical clearance of not less than 13 feet 6 inches (CFC Chapter 5 and Temecula Municipal Code Section15.16.020). Page 15 of 19 103. All Weather Access Roads. Fire apparatus access roads shall be designed and maintained to support the imposed loads of fire apparatus and shall be with a surface to provide all-weather driving capabilities. Access roads shall be 60,000 lbs. GVW with a minimum of AC thickness of .25 feet. In accordance with Section 3310.1, prior to building construction, all locations where structures are to be built shall have fire apparatus access roads. (CFC Chapter 5 and Temecula Municipal Code Section 15.16.020). 104. Gradient of Access Roads. The gradient for fire apparatus access roads shall not exceed 15 percent (CFC Chapter 5 and Temecula Municipal Code Section 15.16.020). 105. Turning Radius. Dead end roadways and streets in excess of 150 feet which have not been completed shall have a turnaround capable of accommodating fire apparatus (CFC Chapter 5 and Temecula Municipal Code Section 15.16.020). Prior to Issuance of Building Permit(s) 106. Required Submittals (Fire Underground Water). The developer shall furnish three copies of the water system plans to the Fire Prevention Bureau for approval prior to installation for all private water systems pertaining to the fire service loop. Plans shall be signed by a registered civil engineer, contain a Fire Prevention Bureau approval signature block, and conform to hydrant type, location, spacing and minimum fire flow standards. Hydraulic calculations will be required with the underground submittal to ensure fire flow requirements are being met for the on -site hydrants. The plans must be submitted and approved prior to building permit being issued (CFC Chapter 33 and Chapter 5). 107. Required Submittals (Fire Sprinkler Systems). Fire sprinkler plans shall be submitted to the Fire Prevention Bureau for approval. Three sets of sprinkler plans must be submitted by the installing contractor to the Fire Prevention Bureau. A set of plans and hydraulic calculations are required for each building structure. A permit will be required for each structure, not model type. These plans must be submitted prior to the issuance of building permit. 108. Required Submittals (Fire Alarm Systems). Fire alarm plans shall be submitted to the Fire Prevention Bureau for approval. Three sets of alarm plans must be submitted by the installing contractor to the Fire Prevention Bureau. A set of plans and permits are required for each structure, not model type. The fire alarm system is required to have a dedicated circuit from the house panel. These plans must be submitted prior to the issuance of building permit. Prior to Issuance of Certificate of Occupancy 109. Address Directory (Multi -Family). A directory display monument sign shall be required for apartment, condominium, townhouse or mobile home parks. Each complex shall have an illuminated diagrammatic layout of the complex which indicates the name of the complex, all streets, building identification, unit numbers, and fire hydrant locations within the complex. Location of the sign and design specifications shall be submitted to and be approved by the Fire Prevention Bureau prior to installation. 110. Gates and Access. All manual and electronic gates on required Fire Department access roads or gates obstructing Fire Department building access shall be provided with the Knox Rapid entry system for emergency access by firefighting personnel (CFC Chapter 5). 111. Hydrant Verification. Hydrant locations shall be identified by the installation of reflective markers (blue dots) (Temecula Municipal Code Section 15.16.020). Page 16 of 19 112. Knox Box. A "Knox -Box" shall be provided. The Knox -Box shall be installed a minimum of six feet in height and be located to the right side of the fire riser sprinkler room (CFC Chapter 5). 113. Addressing. New buildings shall have approved address numbers, building numbers or approved building identification placed in a position that is plainly legible and visible from the street or road fronting the property. These numbers shall contrast with their background. Multi -family residential and industrial buildings shall have a minimum of 12-inch numbers with suite numbers being a minimum of six inches in size. (CFC Chapter 5 and Temecula Municipal Code Section 15.16.020). POLICE DEPARTMENT General Requirements 114. Landscape Height. The applicant shall ensure all landscaping surrounding all buildings are kept at a height of no more than three feet or below the ground floor window sills. Plants, hedges and shrubbery shall be defensible plants to deter would-be intruders from breaking into the buildings utilizing lower level windows. 115. Tree Pruning. The applicant shall ensure all trees surrounding all building rooftops be kept at a distance to deter roof accessibility by "would-be burglars." Since trees also act as a natural ladder, the branches must be pruned to have a six-foot clearance from the buildings. 116. Berm Height. Berms shall not exceed three feet in height. 117. Knox Box. Knox boxes with Police access are required at each gate leading into the property. Where access to or within a structure or an area is restricted because of secured opening or where immediate access is necessary for life-saving purposes, the Temecula Police Department is authorized to require a key box to be installed in an approved location. The key box shall be of an approved type and shall contain keys to gain necessary access. 118. Parkinq Lot Lighting. All parking lot lighting shall be energy saving and minimized after hours of darkness and in compliance with Title 24, Part 6, of the California Code of Regulations. 119. Exterior Door Lightinq. All exterior doors shall have a vandal resistant light fixture installed above the door. The doors shall be illuminated with a minimum one -foot candle illumination at ground level, evenly dispersed. 120. Exterior Building Lighting. All lighting affixed to the exterior of buildings shall be wall mounted light fixtures to provide sufficient lighting during hours of darkness. 121. Outdoor Lighting During Non -Business Hours. The applicant shall comply with the Governor's order to address the power crisis. This order became effective March 18, 2001 calling for a substantial reduction from businesses to cut usage during non -business hours. The order, in part, states, "All California retail establishments, including, but not limited to, shopping centers, auto malls and dealerships, shall substantially reduce maximum outdoor lighting capability during non -business hours except as necessary for the health and safety of the public, employees or property." Failure to comply with this order following a warning by law enforcement officials shall be punishable as a misdemeanor with a fine not to exceed $1,000 in accordance with Title 24, Part 6, of the California Code of Regulations. 122. Commercial or Institutional Grade Hardware. All doors, windows, locking mechanisms, hinges, and other miscellaneous hardware shall be commercial or institution grade. Page 17 of 19 123. Graffiti Removal. Any graffiti painted or marked upon the buildings must be removed or painted over within 24 hours of being discovered. Report all such crimes to the Temecula Police 24-hour dispatch Center at (951) 696-HELP. 124. Alarm System. Upon completion of construction, the buildings shall have a monitored alarm system installed and monitored 24 hours a day by a designated private alarm company to notify the Temecula Police Department of any intrusion. All multi -tenant offices/suites/businesses located within a specific building shall have their own alarm system. This condition is not applicable if the business is opened 24/7. 125. Roof Hatches. All roof hatches shall be painted "International Orange." 126. Rooftop Addressinq. The construction plans shall indicate the application of painted rooftop addressing plotted on a nine -inch grid pattern with 45-inch tall numerals spaced nine inches apart. The numerals shall be painted with a standard nine -inch paint roller using fluorescent yellow paint applied over a contrasting background. The address shall be oriented to the street and placed as closely as possible to the edge of the building closest to the street. 127. ADA Parking. All disabled parking stalls on the premises shall be marked in accordance with Section 22511.8 of the California Vehicle Code. Page 18 of 19 128. Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design. Crime prevention through environmental design as developed by the National Crime Prevention Institute (NCPI) supports the concept that "the proper design and effective use of the built environment can lead to a reduction in the fear and incidence of crime and an improvement in the quality of life." The nine primary strategies that support this concept are included as conditions below: a. Provide clear border definition of controlled space. Examples of border definition may include fences, shrubbery or signs in exterior areas. Within a building, the arrangement of furniture and color definition can serve as a means of identifying controlled space. b. Provide clearly marked transitional zones. Persons need to be able to identify when they are moving from public to semi-public to private space. c. Gathering or congregating areas to be located or designated in locations where there is good surveillance and access control. d. Place safe activities in unsafe locations. Safe activities attract normal users to a location and subsequently render the location less attractive to abnormal users due to observation and possible intervention. e. Place unsafe activities in safe locations. Placing unsafe activities in areas of natural surveillance or controlled access will help overcome risk and make the users of the areas feel safer. f. Redesign the use of space to provide natural barriers. Separate activities that may conflict with each other (outdoor basketball court and children's play area, for example) by distance, natural terrain or other functions to avoid such conflict. g. Improve scheduling of space. The timing in the use of space can reduce the risk for normal users and cause abnormal users to be of greater risk of surveillance and intervention. h. Redesign space to increase the perception of natural surveillance. Abnormal users need to be aware of the risk of detection and possible intervention. Windows and clear lines -of -sight serve to provide such a perception of surveillance. i. Overcome distance and isolation. This strategy may be accomplished through improved communications (portable two-way radios, for example) and design efficiencies, such as the location of restrooms in a public building. 129. Business Security Survey. Businesses desiring a business security survey of their location can contact the Crime Prevention and Plans Unit of the Temecula Police Department at (951) 695-2773. 130. Questions Regarding Conditions. Any questions regarding these conditions should be directed to the Temecula Police Department Crime Prevention and Plans Unit at (951) 695-2773. Page 19 of 19 235635 JASON E. UHLEY General Manager -Chief Engineer City of Temecula W�yQt4puNTY FLpdprp�� a Y V RIVERSIDE COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT Community Development Department 41000 Main Street, Temecula CA 92590 Attention: Scott Cooper December 16, 2020 1995 MARKET STREET RIVERSIDE, CA 92501 951.955.1200 951.788.9965 FAX www.rcflood.org Re: PA 20-1325 and Tract 38043 The Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District (District) does not normally recommend conditions for land divisions or other land use cases in incorporated cities. The District also does not plan Check city land use cases or provide State Division of Real Estate letters or other flood hazard reports for such cases. District comments/recommendations for such cases are normally limited to items of specific interest to the District including District Master Drainage Plan facilities, other regional flood control and drainage facilities which could be considered a logical component or extension of a master plan system, and District Area Drainage Plan fees (development mitigation fees). In addition, information of a general nature is provided. The District's review is based on the above -referenced project transmittal, received November 23, 2020. The District has not reviewed the proposed project in detail, and the following comments do not in any way constitute or imply District approval or endorsement of the proposed project with respect to flood hazard, public health and safety, or any other such issue: © This project would not be impacted by District Master Drainage Plan facilities, nor are other facilities of regional interest proposed. ❑ This project involves District proposed Master Drainage Plan facilities, namely, The District will accept ownership of such facilities on written request of the City. Facilities must be constructed to District standards, and District plan check and inspection will be required for District acceptance. Plan check, inspection, and administrative fees will be required. ❑ This project proposes channels, storm drains 36 inches or larger in diameter, or other facilities that could be considered regional in nature and/or a logical extension of the adopted Murrieta Creek Master Drainage Plan. The District would consider accepting ownership of such facilities on written request of the City. Facilities must be constructed to District standards, and District plan check and inspection will be required for District acceptance. Plan check, inspection, and administrative fees will be required. 235635 City of Temecula - 2 - December 16, 2020 Re: PA 20-1325 and Tract 38043 ® This project is located within the limits of the District's Murrieta Creek (❑Murrieta Valley ❑x Temecula Valley ❑ Santa Gertrudis Valley ❑Warm Springs Valley) Area Drainage Plan for which drainage fees have been adopted. If the project is proposing to create additional impervious surface area, applicable fees should be paid by cashier's check or money order only to the Flood Control District or City prior to issuance of grading or building permits. Fees to be paid should be at the rate in effect at the time of issuance of the actual permit. ® An encroachment permit shall be obtained for any construction related activities occurring within District right of way or facilities, namely, Temecula Valley — Rancho California Road Storm Drain. For further information, contact the District's Encroachment Permit Section at 951.955.1266. ❑ The District's previous comments are still valid. GENERAL INFORMATION This project may require a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit from the State Water Resources Control Board. Clearance for grading, recordation, or other final approval should not be given until the City has determined that the project has been granted a permit or is shown to be exempt. If this project involves a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) mapped floodplain, the City should require the applicant to provide all studies, calculations, plans, and other information required to meet FEMA requirements, and should further require the applicant obtain a Conditional Letter of Map Revision (CLOMR) prior to grading, recordation, or other final approval of the project and a Letter of Map Revision (LOMR) prior to occupancy. If a natural watercourse or mapped floodplain is impacted by this project, the City should require the applicant to obtain a Section 1602 Agreement from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and a Clean Water Act Section 404 Permit from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, or written correspondence from these agencies indicating the project is exempt from these requirements. A Clean Water Act Section 401 Water Quality Certification may be required from the local California Regional Water Quality Control Board prior to issuance of the Corps 404 permit. Very truly yours, DEBORAH DE CHAMBEAU Engineering Project Manager ec: Riverside County Planning Department Attn: John Hildebrand SLJ:blm:mc County of Riverside DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH P.O. BOX 7909 • RIVERSIDE, CA 92513-7909 KEITH JONES, DIRECTOR ftwwg People and th, E-rmo w January 22, 2021 City of Temecula Planning Department Attn: Scott Cooper 41000 Main Street Temecula CA 92590 SUBJECT: CITY OF TEMECULA — PA20-1325 TEMECULA VILLAGE PHASE II DP: APN:944-370-001 Dear Mr. Cooper: The project listed in the subject heading is proposing a development plan to allow for the construction of 134 unit apartment community located within the existing PDO-5 on the south side of Rancho California Road, 150 feet west of Cosmic Drive, in the city of Temecula. In accordance with the agreement between the County of Riverside, Department of Environmental Health (DEH) and the City of Temecula, DEH offers the following comments for the project(s) listed in the subject heading of this letter: POTABLE WATER AND SANITARY SEWER This project is is proposing to receive potable water from Rancho California Water District (RCWD) and sanitary sewer service from Eastern Municipal Water District(EMWD). It is the responsibility of the developer to ensure that all requirements to obtain potable water and sanitary sewer service are met with EMWD, as well as, all other applicable agencies. As the agency providing sewer service, EMWD shall also have the responsibility to implement any grease interceptor requirements, including sizing capacity and other structural specifications if necessary. All existing septic systems and/or wells shall be properly removed or abandoned under permit with DEH. Office Locations • Blythe • Corona • Hemet • Indio • Murrieta • Palm Springs • Riverside Phone (888)722-4234 www.rivcoeh.org ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANUP PROGRAM Based on the information provided in the environmental assessment document previously submitted for the first phase of this project and did include this APN, and with the provision that the information was accurate and representative of site conditions, RCDEH-ECP (Riverside County Department of Environmental Health — Environmental Cleanup Program) concludes no further environmental assessment is required for this project. If previously unidentified contamination or the presence of a naturally occurring hazardous material is discovered at the site, assessment, investigation, and/or cleanup may be required. Contact Riverside County Environmental Health - Environmental Cleanup Programs at (951) 955-8980, for further information. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MANAGEMENT BRANCH (HMMB) Prior to conducting a building permit final, the facility shall require a business emergency plan for the storage of any hazardous materials, greater than 55 gallons, 200 cubic feet or 500 pounds, or any acutely hazardous materials or extremely hazardous substances. If further review of the site indicates additional environmental health issues, HMMB reserves the right to regulate the business in accordance with applicable County Ordinances. Please contact HMMB at (951) 358- 5055 to obtain information regarding any additional requirements. DISTRICT ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES — PUBLIC/SEMI-PUBLIC FOOD/POOL FACILITY Prior to issuance of a building permit, the applicant shall be required to contact DEH District Environmental Services to determine the appropriate pood plan check and/or permitting requirements. For further information, please call (951) 461-0284. County of Riverside, Department of Environmental Health District Environmental Services - Murrieta Office 38740 Sky Canyon Drive, Suite "A" Murrieta CA 92563 Please contact your local DES office located in Murrieta at (951)461-0284. Should you have any further questions or require further assistance, please contact me by email at kakim&rivco.org or by phone at (951) 955-8980. Sincerely, Kristine Kim, Supervising REHS Department of Environmental Health 12/21/2020 DRC ENGINEERING, INC. 160 S. Old Springs Rd. # 210 Anaheim, CA 92808 '4W` EASTERN WATER MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT Subject: SAN 53 — WS 20200001179 Will Serve — APNS: 944-370-001, 005 thru 008, 010, 012 and 013 (PM 31023) Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) is willing to provide sewer services to the subject project. The provisions of service are contingent upon the developer completing the necessary arrangements in accordance with EMWD rules and regulations. EMWD expects the developer to coordinate with the approving agency for the proper notification. Further arrangements for service from EMWD may also include plan check, facility construction, inspection, jurisdictional annexation, and payment of financial participation charges. The developer is advised to contact EMWD's Development Services Department early in the entitlement process to determine the necessary arrangements for service, and to receive direction on the preparation of facility Design Conditions, which is required prior to final engineering. EMWD's ability to serve is subject to limiting conditions, such as regulatory requirements, legal issues, or conditions beyond EMWD's control. Expiration — one year from date of issue Thank you for your cooperation in serving our mutual customers. If you have any questions, please call me at (951) 928-3777, extension 4467. Sincerely, 6, a' ' Brian A. 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CIP, Influent Force �- CIP, Transmission Swr Main Abandoned — Swr Main Murrieta — Streets Wtr Pump Station Wtr Pump Station Polygon O Wtr Tank • Wtr Well Wir Treatment Plant Wtr Treatment Plant Polygc Notes December 22, 2020 Case Planner Rancho County of Riverside Department of Environmental Health water Post Office Box 7909 Riverside, CA 92513-7909 SUBJECT: WATER AVAILABILITY Board of Directors PARCEL NOS. 1 THROUGH 8 OF PARCEL MAP NO. 31023 APNS 944-370-001, 944-370-005, 944-370-006, 944-370-007, Bill Wilson President 944-370-008, 944-370-010, AND 944-370-012 Carol Lee Gonzales -Brady [RENDEZVOUS MULTI -FAMILY, LP] Senior Vice President Dear Case Planner: Brian Brady Angel Garcia Please be advised that the above -referenced project/property is located within John E. Hoagland the Service boundaries of Rancho California Water District (Rancho Water/District). The subject project/property fronts an existing 12-inch diameter William E. Plummer water pipeline (1380 Pressure Zone) within Rancho California Road. Please refer John V. Rossi to the enclosed exhibit map. Officers Water service to the subject project/property exists under Account No. 3095910, Eva PlantGeneral Manager P.E. Assistant G Location No. 2046417 and Account No. 3095911, Location No. 2046418 (Fire Engineering and Operations Service exists under Account No. 3095793, Location No. 2046412 and Account No. Richard R. Aragon, CPFO 3095794, Location No. 2046413 and Landscape Service exists under Account No. Assistant General Manager 3095897, Location No. 2046416 and Account No. 3099303, Location No. CFO/Treasurer 2046511). Additions or modifications to water service arrangements are subject Jason A. Martin Director of Administration to the Rules and Regulations (governing) Water System Facilities and Service, as well as the completion of financial arrangements between Rancho Water and the Eileen Dienzo Director of Human Resources property owner. Kell! E. Garcia District Secretary Water service to individual lots will require the extension of water facilities within Distr James B. Gilpin dedicated public and/or private right-of-ways. Individual water meters will be Best Best & Krieger LLP required for each lot and/or project unit, including separate water General Counsel services/meters for domestic service, fire service, and landscape irrigation service, as applicable. Beginning in 2018, newly constructed multi -unit residential structures are required to measure the quantity of water supplied to each individual residential dwelling unit. Where private on -site water facilities (for water service, fire service, irrigation, or other purpose) will cross or will be shared amongst multiple lots/project units (only by special variance of the Rules and Regulations), and/or where such 'common' facilities will be owned and maintained by a Property Owners' Association, Rancho Water requires execution and recordation of a Reciprocal Easement and Maintenance Agreement or equivalent document of covenants, codes, and restrictions. 20\KC:hab064\F450\FEG a ncho California Water 42135 Winchester Road - Post Office Box 9017 - Temecula, California 92589-9017 - (951) 296-6900 - FAX (951) 296-6860 - www.ranchowater.com Case Planner/County of Riverside December 22, 2020 Page Two Water availability is contingent upon the property owner(s) destroying all on -site wells and signing an Agency Agreement that assigns water management rights, if any, to Rancho Water. In addition, water availability is subject to water supply shortage contingency measures in effect (pursuant to Rancho Water's Water Shortage Contingency Plan or other applicable ordinances and policy), and/or the adoption of a required Water Supply Assessment for the development, as determined by the Lead Agency. There is no recycled water currently available within the limits established by Resolution 2007- 10-5. Should recycled water become available in the future, the project/property may be required to retrofit its facilities to make use of this availability in accordance with Resolution 2007-10-5. Recycled water service, therefore, would be available upon construction of any required on -site and/or off -site recycled water facilities and the completion of financial arrangements between Rancho Water and the property owner. Requirements for the use of recycled water are available from Rancho Water. As soon as feasible, and prior to the preparation of California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) documents, the project proponent should contact Rancho Water for a determination of existing water system capability, based upon project -specific demands and/or fire flow requirements, as well as a determination of proposed water facilities configuration. If new facilities are required for service, fire protection, or other purposes, the project proponent should contact Rancho Water for an assessment of project -specific fees and requirements. Sewer service to the subject project/property, if available, would be provided by Eastern Municipal Water District. If no sewer service is currently available to the subject project/property, all proposed waste discharge systems must comply with the State Water Resources Control Board, health department, and/or other requirements as they relate to the protection of groundwater quality, pursuant to Rancho Water's Groundwater Protection Policy. If you should have any questions or need additional information, please contact an Engineering Technician at the District office at (951) 296-6900. Sincerely, RANCHO CALIFORNIA WATER DISTRICT Krisma Crowell Engineering Technician Enclosure: Exhibit Map cc: Jeff Kirshberg, Water Resources Manager Corry Smith, Engineering Services Supervisor 20\KC:hab064\F450\FEG Rancho California Water District 42135 Winchester Road • Post Office Box 9017 • Temecula, California 92589-9017 • (951) 296-6900 • FAX (951) 296-6860 • www ranchowater com ,Y {� �- 3 � ; - '.�r •' � �� s ��.� `� + .+ \ _ �� ` , � �- -� Yam- �d .* � — �,N { ` �. � ` +;• - � r 1 • _ ate+ .�• � + , �.� / jar � n���'` _ � `[`, � •+r1 ,� al lip e � ►. - �;"a'4`.-.Red ��: _�. y� - /. ���;,,.�_�� - �* � �' ,� U ^r+�-r '"wj ��r��t� r �;ir ,�+` .•; �0 'e' Ak ROW �'Z'lCi�'►� # • • • Z^t ire'+ 4 Leighton Consulting, Inc. A LEIGHTON GROUP COMPANY February 4, 2021 Project No. 11760.020 City of Temecula, Planning Department 4100 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Attention: Mr. Scott Cooper, Associate Planner Subject: Geotechnical Peer Review #3 Proposed Temecula Village Apartments — Phase 2 (PA20-1325) Rancho California Road, Temecula, California Reference: EEI, Response to Geotechnical Peer Review, Proposed Temecula Village Apartments — Phase 2 (PA20-1325), Rancho California Road, Temecula, California, Project No 11760.020, dated January 21, 2021, EEI Project PWD-72988.4b, In accordance with your request, we reviewed the above referenced report by EER in response to our Peer Review Comments #2 dated January 21, 2021. It is our opinion that EEI has substantially addressed our comments. Although not explicitly stated in the above response, we expect EEI to further verify the potential for expansive soils on this site and make the structural engineer aware of such condition so any slab -on -grade foundations are designed accordingly and comply with requirements of 2019 Building Code. Otherwise, no further action is required from our peer review viewpoint with the regard to the submitted report. We appreciate this opportunity to be of service to City and please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any question. Respectfully submitted, LEIGHTON CONSULTING, INC. Alp c `c��ONAL �Nc� 0 �iT F, �� r �� \SON i S,q�i 2� o . + $�W1421 VT CERTIFIED 2641 ENGINEERING GEOLOGIST Robert F. Riha, CEG 1921 Simon I. Saiid, PE, GE 2641 Senior Principal Geologist Principal Engineer �FoF CAL�FO� Distribution: (1) Addressee (PDF copy via email) 41715 Enterprise Circle N., Suite 103 ■ Temecula, CA 92590-5661 951.296.0530 ■ Fax 951.296.0534 RESOLUTION NO.2022- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING TENTATIVE TRACT MAP 38043 TO COMBINE EIGHT (8) EXISTING CONTIGUOUS PARCELS INTO A SINGLE PARCEL ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 008, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1326) THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Procedural Findings. The City Council of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. On November 12, 2020, Pacific West Development filed Planning Application Nos. PA20-1323, a General Plan Amendment; PA20-1324, a Planned Development Overlay Amendment; PA20-1325, a Development Plan; and PA20-1326, a Tentative Tract Map. These applications (collectively "the Project") were filed in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. B. The Project was processed including, but not limited to, a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law, including the California Environmental Quality Act. C. A Negative Declaration (ND) was prepared for the Project in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act and the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines ("CEQA"). The Draft ND was prepared under staff's direction by Environmental Science Associates (ESA). Thereafter, City staff filed a Notice of Completion with the State Clearinghouse, and circulated a Notice of Intent with the Draft ND and Appendices to the public and other interested parties, for a 30-day public review and comment period for the Draft ND commenced on May 27, 2021 and concluded on June 27, 2021. Signs were placed on the property and a notice was placed in the local paper. The City of Temecula received two (2) written comments and responded to each comment in the Final ND, which includes all timely received written comments and responses thereto. Comments were received by the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and Temecula Valley Unified School District. The Final ND was provided to commenting agencies in compliance with State Law. The "Final ND" consists of the Draft ND and all of its appendices and the comments and responses to comments on the Draft ND. The Final ND was made available to the public and to all commenting agencies in accordance with the law. D. On July 20, 2022 the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Negative Declaration and proposed Project at which time all persons interested in these actions had the opportunity and did address the Planning Commission. E. Following consideration of the entire record of information received at the public hearing, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 2022-19 "A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT A RESOLUTION ENTITLED "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING THE FINAL NEGATIVE DECLARATION FOR THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT CONSISTING OF A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013)." F. Following consideration of the entire record of information received at the public hearings and due consideration of the proposed Project, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 2022-23 "A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT A RESOLUTION ENTITLED "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING TENTATIVE TRACT MAP 38043 TO COMBINE EIGHT (8) EXISTING CONTIGUOUS PARCELS INTO A SINGLE PARCEL ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPRXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN'S: 944- 370-001, 005, 006, 007, 008, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1326)". G. On September 13, 2022 the City Council of the City of Temecula considered the Project and the Final ND for the Project, at a duly noticed public hearing at which time all interested persons had an opportunity to and did testify either in support or in opposition to this matter. The Council considered all the testimony and any comments received regarding the Project and the Final ND prior to and at the public hearing. H. Following the public hearing, the City Council adopted Resolution No. 2022- "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING THE FINAL NEGATIVE DECLARATION FOR THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT CONSISTING OF A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN'S: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013)". Resolution No. 2022- and the findings therein are hereby incorporated by this reference as set forth in full. I. All legal preconditions to the adoption of this Resolution have occurred. Section 2. The City Council in approving the Tentative Parcel Map hereby makes the following findings as required by Temecula Municipal Code Section 16.09.140: A. The proposed subdivision and the design and improvements of the subdivision are consistent with the Development Code, General Plan, any applicable Specific Plan and the City of Temecula Municipal Code. Tentative Tract Map No. 38043 has been designed in a manner that is consistent with and meets all development and design standards of the General Plan, the Subdivision Ordinance, the Municipal Code, and the Rendezvous Planned Development Overlay. B. The Tentative Map does not propose to divide land which is subject to a contract entered into pursuant to the California Land Conservation Act of 1965, or the land is subject to a Land Conservation Act contract but the resulting parcels following division of the land will not be too small to sustain their agricultural use. The subject parcel does not propose to divide land which is subject to a contract entered into pursuant to the California Land Conservation Act of 1965. The subject property has not been designated for conservation or agricultural land and is not subject to the California Land Conservation Act of 1965. C. The site is physically suitable for the type and proposed density of development proposed by the Tentative Map. The site is physically suitable for the type and proposed density of development proposed by the Tentative Map. The proposed Tentative Map is in accordance with what is allowed by the Development Code, General Plan, and Rendezvous Planned Development Overlay. The proposed Tentative Tract Map combines eight (8) existing contiguous parcels into a single parcel for residential development. As such, the site is suitable for this development proposed. D. The design of the subdivision and the proposed improvements, with Conditions of Approval are not likely to cause significant environmental damage or substantially and avoidably injure fish or wildlife or their habitat. The project has been reviewed in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and based on an Initial Study, it has been determined the project could not have a significant impact on the environment; therefore, a Draft Negative Declaration (ND) (SCH# 2021050549) was prepared. E. The design of the subdivision and the type of improvements are not likely to cause serious public health problems. The design of the subdivision and the type of improvements are not likely to cause serious public health problems because the proposed development is consistent with all applicable building, development and fire codes, which include provisions to safeguard public health, and will be further reviewed and inspected by City staff for compliance with all applicable building, development and fire codes prior to issuance of any grading, building, or occupancy permits. F. The design of the subdivision provides for future passive or natural heating or cooling opportunities in the subdivision to the extent feasible. The project consists of a Tentative Tract Map on developed and vacant property and does not propose any grading or construction. Any future development on the project site will be in accordance with the requirements of the California Building Code in effect at that time as it relates to heating and cooling. G. The design of the subdivision and the type of improvements will not conflict with easements acquired by the public at large for access through or use of property within the proposed subdivision, or the design of the alternate easements which are substantially equivalent to those previously acquired by the public will be provided. The subdivision design and the improvements being proposed including the residential lots will not conflict with existing or future easements acquired by the public at large for access through or use of property within the proposed subdivision. The project is being conditioned to grant all required easements and dedications. H. The subdivision is consistent with the City's parkland dedication requirements (Quimby Act). The subdivision is consistent with the City s parkland dedication requirements (Quimby Act) because payment of Quimby fees has been included as a condition of approval of the project prior to the recordation of a Final Tentative Map. Section 3. Conditions of Approval. Thi approves Planning Application No. PA20-1326, existing contiguous parcels into a single parce approximately 150 ft west of Cosmic Drive. (A: 013), subject to the Conditions of Approval incorporated herein by this reference. City Council of the City of Temecula hereby Tentative Tract Map 38043 to combine eight (8) on the south side of Rancho California Road, 'Ns: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 008, 010, 012, set forth on Exhibit A, attached hereto, and Section 4. Effective Date. This Resolution shall take effect upon the effective date of Ordinance No. "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY AMENDMENT TO THE TEMECULA VILLAGE PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY (PDO-5) GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 008, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1324)." Section 5. Notice of Adoption. The City Clerk shall certify to the adoption of this Resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 13th day of September, 2022. Matt Rahn, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 2022- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 13th day of September, 2022, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk EXHIBIT A CITY OF TEMECULA DRAFT CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL Planning Application No.: PA20-1326 Project Description: ATentative Tract Map to combine eight (8) existing contiguous parcels into a single parcel under TTM 38043 Assessor's Parcel No.: 944-370-001 944-370-005 944-370-006 944-370-007 944-370-008 944-370-010 944-370-012 944-370-013 MSHCP Category: Residential (Greater Than 14.1 du/ac) DIF Category: Residential -Attached TUMF Category: Residential -Multi -Family Quimby Category: Multi -Family Attached (5 or More Units) New Street In -lieu of Fee: N/A (Project not located in Uptown Temecula Specific Plan area) Approval Date: September 13, 2022 Expiration Date: September 13, 2025 PLANNING DIVISION General Requirements Page 1 of 6 Indemnification of the City. Indemnity, Duty to Defend and Obligation to Pay Judgments and Defense Costs, Including Attorneys' Fees, Incurred by the City. The Applicant shall defend, indemnify, and hold harmless the City, its elected officials, officers, employees, volunteers, agents, and those City agents serving as independent contractors in the role of City officials (collectively "Indemnitees") from and against any claims, damages, actions, causes of actions, lawsuits, suits, proceedings, losses, judgments, costs, and expenses (including, without limitation, attorneys' fees or court costs) in any manner arising out of or incident to the Planning Commission's actions, this approval and the City Council's actions, related entitlements, or the City's environmental review thereof. The Applicant shall pay and satisfy any judgment, award or decree that may be rendered against City or the other Indemnitees in any such suit, action, or other legal proceeding. The City shall promptly notify the Applicant of any claim, action, or proceeding and the City shall reasonably cooperate in the defense. If the City fails to promptly notify the Applicant of any claim, action, or proceeding, or if the City fails to reasonably cooperate in the defense, the Applicant shall not thereafter be responsible to defend, indemnify, or hold harmless the City or the Indemnitees. The City shall have the right to select counsel of its choice. The Applicant shall reimburse the City, and the other Indemnitees, for any and all legal expenses and costs incurred by each of them in connection therewith or in enforcing the indemnity herein provided. Nothing in this condition shall be construed to require the Applicant to indemnify Indemnitees for any claim arising from the sole negligence or willful misconduct of the Indemnitees. In the event such a legal action is filed challenging the City's determinations herein or the issuance of the approval, the City shall estimate its expenses for the litigation. The Applicant shall deposit said amount with the City or, at the discretion of the City, enter into an agreement with the City to pay such expenses as they become due. 2. Expiration. This approval shall be used within three years of the approval date; otherwise, it shall become null and void. Use means the beginning of substantial construction contemplated by this approval within the three year period, which is thereafter diligently pursued to completion, or the beginning of substantial utilization contemplated by this approval, or use of a property in conformance with a Conditional Use Permit. A modification made to an approved Tentative Map does not affect the original approval date of a development plan. Time Extension. The Director of Community Development may, upon an application being filed prior to expiration, and for good cause, grant a time extension of up to five (5) extensions of time, one year at a time. A modification made to an approved development plan does not affect the original approval date of a development plan 4. Consistency with Planned Development Overlay. This project and all subsequent projects within this site shall be consistent with Temecula Village Planned Development Overlay (PDO-5) Modifications or Revisions. The developer shall obtain City approval for any modifications or revisions to the approval of this project. Prior to Release of Power, Building Occupancy or Any Use Allowed by This Permit 6. TCSD Service Levels. It shall be the developer's responsibility to provide written disclosure of the existence of the Temecula Community Service District (TCSD) and its service level rates and charges to all prospective purchasers. Page 2 of 6 7. Compliance with Conditions of Approval. All of the foregoing conditions shall be complied with prior to occupancy or any use allowed by this approval. Prior to Recordation of the Final Map 8. Final Map. A copy of the Final Map shall be submitted to, and approved by, the Planning Division. 9. Environmental Constraint Sheet. A copy of the Environmental Constraint Sheet (ECS) shall be submitted to, and approved by, the Planning Division with the following notes: a. This property is located within 30 miles of Mount Palomar Observatory. All proposed outdoor lighting systems shall comply with the California Institute of Technology, Palomar Observatory recommendations, Ordinance No. 655. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT General Requirements 10. Subdivision Map. The developer shall submit a complete Tract Map submittal for review and approval. Any omission to the representation of the site conditions may require the plans to be resubmitted for further review and revision. 11. Grading Permit. A grading permit for rough and/or precise grading shall be obtained from Public Works prior to commencement of any construction within private property. Grading shall be in accordance with the approved grading plan, grading permit conditions and City codes/standards. 12. Encroachment Permits. Prior to commencement of any applicable construction, encroachment permit(s) are required and shall be obtained from Public Works for public offsite improvements. 13. Private Drainage Facilities. All onsite drainage and water quality facilities shall be privately maintained. 14. Parkway Landscaping. All parkway landscaping areas shall be privately maintained. Prior to Recordation of the Final Map 15. Conditions of Approval. The developer shall comply with all Conditions of Approval, the Engineering and Construction Manual and all City codes/standards at no cost to any governmental agency. 16. Plans, Agreements & Securities. The developer shall have executed subdivision monumentation agreement and posted securities. 17. Right -of -Way Dedications. All easements and/or right-of-way dedications shall be offered for dedication to the public or other appropriate agency and shall continue in force until the City accepts or abandons such offers. All dedications shall be free from all encumbrances as approved by Public Works. 18. Environmental Constraint Sheet (ECS). The developer shall prepare and record an ECS with the Tract Map to delineate identified environmental concerns. The developer shall comply with all constraints per the recorded ECS along with any underlying maps related to the property. Page 3 of 6 19. Required Clearances. As deemed necessary by Public Works, the developer shall receive written clearance from the following agencies: a. Rancho California Water District; b. Southern California Edison Company or other affected agencies 20. Right of Access. Relinquish and waive right of access to and from Rancho California Road on the Tract Map with the exception of one opening as delineated on the approved Tentative Tract Map. 21. Easements. Note the following: a. An easement shall be dedicated for public utilities and emergency vehicle access for all private streets and drives. b. Easements (when required for roadway slopes, landscape, drainage facilities, utilities, etc.) shall be shown on the Tract Map if they are located within the land division boundary. All offers of dedication and conveyances shall be submitted for review and recorded, as directed by Public Works. Onsite drainage facilities located outside of road right-of-way shall be contained within drainage easements and shown on the Tract Map. A note shall be added to the Tract Map stating: "Drainage easements shall be kept free of buildings and obstructions." 22. Property Taxes. Any delinquent property taxes shall be paid. Prior to Issuance of a Grading Permit 23. Grading/Erosion & Sediment Control Plan. The developer shall submit a grading/erosion & sediment control plan(s) to be reviewed and approved by Public Works. All plans shall be coordinated for consistency with adjacent projects and existing improvements contiguous to the site. The approved plan shall include all final WQMP water quality facilities and all construction -phase pollution -prevention controls to adequately address non -permitted runoff. Refer to the City's Engineering & Construction Manual at: www.TemeculaCA.gov/ECM 24. Erosion & Sediment Control Securities. The developer shall comply with the provisions of Chapter 18, Section 18.24.140 of the Temecula Municipal Code by posting security and entering into an agreement to guarantee the erosion & sediment control improvements. 25. NPDES General Permit Compliance. The developer shall obtain project coverage under the State National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) General Permit for Construction Activities and shall provide the following: a. A copy of the Waste Discharge Identification number (WDID) issued by the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB); b. The project's Risk Level (RL) determination number; and c. The name, contact information and certification number of the Qualified SWPPP Developer (QSD). Pursuant to the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) requirements and City's storm water ordinance, a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) shall be generated and submitted to the Board. Throughout the project duration, the SWPPP shall be routinely updated and readily available (onsite) to the State and City. Review www.cabmphandbooks.com for SWPPP guidelines. Refer to the following link: http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water issues/programs/stormwater/construction.shtml Page 4 of 6 26. Water Quality Management Plan (WQMP) and O&M Agreement.. The developer shall submit a final WQMP (prepared by a registered professional engineer) with the initial grading plan submittal, based on the conceptual WQMP from the entitlement process. It must receive acceptance by Public Works. A copy of the final project -specific WQMP must be kept onsite at all times. In addition, a completed WQMP Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Agreement shall be submitted for review and approval. Upon approval from City staff, the applicant shall record the O&M agreement at the County Recorder's Office in Temecula. Refer to the WQMP template and agreement link: www.TemeculaCA.gov/WQMP. As part of the WQMP approval, the Engineer of Record shall report and certify BMP construction per City of Temecula NPDES requirements. Should the project require Alternative Compliance, the developer is responsible for execution of an approved Alternative Compliance Agreement. 27. Area Drainage Plan (ADP) Fee to RCFC&WCD. The developer shall demonstrate to the City that the flood mitigation charge (ADP fee) has been paid to RCFC&WCD. If the full ADP fee has already been credited to this property, no new charge will be required. 28. Drainage Study. A drainage study shall be prepared by a registered civil engineer and submitted to Public Works with the initial grading plan check in accordance with City, Riverside County and engineering standards. The study shall identify storm water runoff quantities (to mitigate the 10 and 100-year storm event for 24 hour storm duration peak flow) from the development of this site and upstream of the site. It shall identify all existing or proposed offsite or onsite, public or private, drainage facilities intended to discharge this runoff. Runoff shall be conveyed to an adequate outfall capable of receiving the storm water runoff without damage to public or private property. The study shall include a capacity analysis verifying the adequacy of all facilities. Any upgrading or upsizing of drainage facilities necessary to convey the storm water runoff shall be provided as part of development of this project. 29. RCFC&WCD Encroachment Permit. A copy of the grading and improvement plans, along with supporting hydrologic and hydraulic calculations, shall be submitted to the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District for approval. 30. Soils Report. A soils report, prepared by a registered soil or civil engineer, shall be submitted to Public Works with the initial grading plan submittal. The report shall address the site's soil conditions and provide recommendations for the construction of engineered structures and preliminary pavement sections. 31. Geological Report. The developer shall comply with the recommendations and/or proposed Conditions of Approval as identified during entitlement. 32. Letter of Permission/Easement. The developer shall obtain documents (letters of permission or easements) for any offsite work performed on adjoining properties. The document's format is as directed by, and shall be submitted to, Public Works for acceptance. The document information shall be noted on the approved grading plan. 33. Habitat Conservation Fee. The developer shall comply with the provisions of Chapter 8.24 of the Temecula Municipal Code (Habitat Conservation) by paying the appropriate fee set forth in the ordinance or by providing documented evidence that the fees have already been paid. 34. American Disability Act. The developer shall ensure that all frontage areas to the proposed development within the public right of way are ADA compliant. Any sidewalk within the public right of way found to be non -compliant shall be the responsibility of the property owner to be removed and replaced with ADA compliant sidewalk per the Streets and Highway Code Section 5610. Page 5 of 6 Prior to Issuance of Encroachment Permit(s) 35. Public Utility Agency Work. The developer shall submit all relevant documentation due to encroaching within City right-of-way; and is responsible for any associated costs and for making arrangements with each applicable public utility agency. 36. Traffic Control Plans. A construction area traffic control plan (TCP) will be required for lane closures and detours or other disruptions to traffic circulation; and shall be reviewed and approved by Public Works. The TCP shall be designed by a registered civil or traffic engineer in conformance with the latest edition of the Caltrans Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and City standards. 37. Improvement Plans. All improvement plans (including but not limited to street, storm drain, traffic) shall be reviewed and approved by Public Works. 38. Street Trenching. All street trenches shall conform to City Standard No. 407; refer to the City's Paving Notes. Prior to Issuance of Building Permit(s) 39. Final Map. Prior to issuance of the first building permit, Tract Map Number 38043 shall be approved and recorded. 40. Precise Grading Plan. The building pad(s) shall be certified by a registered civil engineer for location and elevation; and the soils engineer shall issue a final soils report addressing compaction and site conditions. Prior to Issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy 41. Completion of Improvements. The developer shall complete all work per the approved plans and Conditions of Approval to the satisfaction of the City Engineer. This includes all on site work (including water quality facilities), public improvements and the executed WQMP Operation and Maintenance agreement. 42. Utility Agency Clearances. The developer shall receive written clearance from applicable utility agencies (i.e., Rancho California and Eastern Municipal Water Districts, etc.) for the completion of their respective facilities and provide to Public Works. 43. Replacement of Damaged Improvements/Monuments. Any appurtenance damaged or broken during development shall be repaired or removed and replaced to the satisfaction of Public Works. Any survey monuments damaged or destroyed shall be reset per City Standards by a qualified professional pursuant to the California Business and Professional Code Section 8771. 44. Certifications. All necessary certifications and clearances from engineers, utility companies and public agencies shall be submitted as required by Public Works. Page 6 of 6 PC RESOLUTION NO.2022-19 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT A RESOLUTION ENTITLED "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPTING THE FINAL NEGATIVE DECLARATION FOR THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT CONSISTING OF A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013)" Section 1. Procedural Findings. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. On November 12, 2020, Pacific West Development filed Planning Application Nos. PA20-1323, a General Plan Amendment; PA20-1324, a Planned Development Overlay Amendment; PA20-1325, a Development Plan; and PA20-1326, a Tentative Tract Map. These applications (collectively "the Project") were filed in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. B. Collectively, the Project consists of a General Plan Amendment to amend the underlying General Plan Land Use designation of the Project site from Professional Office (PO) to Medium Density Residential (M); a Planned Development Overlay Amendment for PDO-5; a Development Plan for a 134 unit apartment community built on 7.60 acres; and a Tentative Tract Map (TTM 38043) to combine eight (8) existing contiguous parcels into a single parcel. C. The Project was processed, including but not limited to all public notices, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law, including the California Environmental Quality Act, Public Resources Code 21000, et seq. and the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines, 14 Cal. Code Regs 15000 et seq. (collectively referred to as "CEQA"). D. Pursuant to CEQA, the City is the lead agency for the Project. E. The City contracted with Ascent Environmental Inc. for the independent preparation of an Initial Study to analyze the potential environmental effects of the Project. Based on the information contained in the Initial Study, Ascent Environmental Inc. and City staff concluded the project could not have a significant impact on the environment. Based upon this determination, Ascent Environmental Inc. prepared, and City staff concurred in, a Draft Negative Declaration ("Draft ND") in accordance with CEQA Section 21080(c) and Section 15070 of the State CEQA Guidelines. F. The City circulated a Notice of Intent to Adopt the Draft ND, along with the Draft ND and its Appendices, to the public and other interested parties for a 30-day comment period from May 27, 2021 through June 27, 2021. The City published a Notice of Intent to Adopt for the Draft ND in the Press Enterprise, a newspaper of general circulation within the City. Copies of the documents were made available for public review and inspection at the offices of the Department of Community Development, located at City Hall, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California 92590 and on the City of Temecula website. G. During the comment period, the City received two (2) written comments on the Draft ND from various agencies, individuals, and organizations and a response to all the comments made therein was prepared, submitted to the Planning Commission, and incorporated into the administrative record of the proceedings. H. On July 20, 2022, the Planning Commission held a duly noticed public hearing to consider the Final ND and the Project, at which time the Planning Commission heard and considered information presented by City staff on the Project and its environmental review. In addition, all interested persons had an opportunity to and did testify regarding this matter. Section 2. Findings. After due consideration of the Final ND and the Project and in the exercise of its independent judgment, the Planning Commission hereby finds and resolves that: A. All of the above recitals are true and correct, and are hereby incorporated into this section as though set forth in full. B. That the Initial Study/ND has been prepared and circulated in compliance with the provisions of CEQA, the CEQA Guidelines, and the procedures set forth in the ordinances of the City. C. Agencies and interested members of the public have been afforded ample notice and opportunity to comment on the Draft ND, the Final ND, and on the Project. The Project has been environmentally reviewed pursuant to the provisions of CEQA and the State CEQA Guidelines. D. The Planning Commission has independently considered the administrative record before it, which is hereby incorporated by reference and which includes the Final ND, the written and oral comments on the Draft ND, the Draft ND and its Appendices, staff reports and presentations, and all oral and written testimony. E. The Planning Commission has reviewed the Final ND and all comments received regarding the Final ND prior to and at the July 20, 2022 public hearing, and based on the whole record before it finds that: (1) the Final ND was prepared in compliance with CEQA; (2) there is no substantial evidence that the Project could have a significant effect on the environment; and (3) the Final ND reflects the independent judgment and analysis of the Planning Commission. F. Based on the findings set forth in the Resolution, the Planning Commission hereby recommends that the City Council adopt the Final ND attached hereto as Exhibit "A" and incorporated herein by this reference. Section 3. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City of Temecula Planning Commission this 20th day of July, 2022. ary Watts, Chairperson ATT T: Luke Watson Secretary [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE )ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Luke Watson, Secretary of the Temecula Planning Commission, do hereby certify that the forgoing PC Resolution No. 2022-19 was duly and regularly adopted by the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula at a regular meeting thereof held on the 20th day of July, 2022, by the following vote: AYES: 4 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: Hagel, Ruiz, Turley-Trejo, Watts NOES: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS None ABSTAIN: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS None ABSENT: 1 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS Telesio Luke Watson Secretary PC RESOLUTION NO.2022-20 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT A RESOLUTION ENTITLED "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT APPLICATION TO REVISE THE GENERAL PLAN LAND USE DESIGNATION FOR THE PARCELS OF THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT FROM PROFESSIONAL OFFICE TO A MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL LAND USE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 0079 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1323)" Section 1. Procedural Findings. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. On November 12, 2020, Pacific West Development filed Planning Application Nos. PA20-1323, a General Plan Amendment; PA20-1324, a Planned Development Overlay Amendment; PA20-1325, a Development Plan; and PA20-1326, a Tentative Tract Map. These applications (collectively "the Project") were filed in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. B. The Project was processed including, but not limited to a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law. C. A Negative Declaration (ND) was prepared for the Project in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act and the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines ("CEQA"). The Draft ND was prepared under staff's direction by Environmental Science Associates (ESA). Thereafter, City staff filed a Notice of Completion with the State Clearinghouse, and circulated a Notice of Intent with the Draft ND and Appendices to the public and other interested parties, for a 30-day public review and comment period for the Draft ND commenced on May 27, 2021 and concluded on June 27, 2021. Signs were placed on the property and a notice was placed in the local paper. The City of Temecula received two (2) written comments and responded to each comment in the Final ND, which includes all timely received written comments and responses thereto. Comments were received by the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and Temecula Valley Unified School District. The Final ND was provided to commenting agencies in compliance with State Law. The "Final ND" consists of the Draft ND and all of its appendices and the comments and responses to comments on the Draft ND. The Final ND was made available to the public and to all commenting agencies in accordance with the law. D. On July 20, 2022 the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Negative Declaration and proposed Project at which time all persons interested in these actions had the opportunity and did address the Planning Commission. E. Following consideration of the entire record of information received at the public hearing, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 2022-22, "A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT A RESOLUTION ENTITLED "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN'S: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1325)". Resolution No. 2022- _ is hereby incorporated by this reference as set forth in full. F. All legal preconditions to the adoption of this Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Further Findings. The Planning Commission, in recommending approval of the General Plan Amendment Application No. PA20-1323, consistent with Government Code section 65358, hereby finds, determines and declares that: A. The General Plan Amendment is in the public interest. The current General Plan designation for the project site is a Professional Office (PO) land use as specified in the City of Temecula General Plan. The General Plan Amendment is in the public interest because it allows for high -quality residential development in an area surrounded by residential development that would help to fulfill the City's regional housing needs, including the City's Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA) requirement. This General Plan amendment allows for residential use where it otherwise would not be permitted Section 3. Recommendation. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula recommends that the City Council adopt a Resolution entitled "A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT A RESOLUTION ENTITLED `A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT APPLICATION TO REVISE THE GENERAL PLAN LAND USE DESIGNATION FOR THE PARCELS OF THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT FROM PROFESSIONAL OFFICE TO A MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL LAND USE (APN'S: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1323)"' in the substantially the same form attached to this Resolution as Exhibit "A", and incorporated herein by this reference. Section 4. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City of Temecula Planning Commission this 20th day of July, 2022. 4 Gary Watts, Chairman a �47 e tson Secretary [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE )ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Luke Watson, Secretary of the Temecula Planning Commission, do hereby certify that the forgoing PC Resolution No. 2022-20 was duly and regularly adopted by the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula at a regular meeting thereof held on the 20th day of July, 2022, by the following vote: AYES: 4 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: Hagel, Ruiz, Turley-Trejo, Watts NOES: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: None ABSENT: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: None ABSTAIN: 1 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: Telesio �r Luke Watson Secretary PC RESOLUTION NO.2022-21 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT AN ORDINANCE ENTITLED "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY AMENDMENT TO THE TEMECULA VILLAGE PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY (PDO-5) GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FT WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE. (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 008, 010, 012, 013) (PA20- 1324)" Section 1. Procedural Findings. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. The Temecula Village Planned Development Overlay was approved by the City Council on October 22, 2002 by the adoption of Resolution No. 02-05. The Temecula Village Planned Development Overlay as approved shall be referred to in this Resolution as the "PDO". B. On November 12, 2020, Pacific West Development filed Planning Application Nos. PA20-1323, a General Plan Amendment; PA20-1324, a Planned Development Overlay Amendment; PA20-1325, a Development Plan; and PA20-1326, a Tentative Tract Map. These applications (collectively "the Project") were filed in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. C. Collectively, the Project consists of a General Plan Amendment to amend the underlying General Plan Land Use designation of the project site from Professional Office (PO) to Medium Density Residential (M); a Planned Development Overlay Amendment for PDO-5; a Development Plan for a 134 unit apartment community built on 7.60 acres; and a Tentative Tract Map (TTM 38043) to combine eight (8) existing contiguous parcels into a single parcel. D. The Project was processed including, but not limited to a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law, including the California Environmental Quality Act. E. A Negative Declaration (ND) was prepared for the Project in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act and the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines ("CEQA"). The Draft ND was prepared under staff s direction by Environmental Science Associates (ESA). Thereafter, City staff filed a Notice of Completion with the State Clearinghouse, and circulated a Notice of Intent with the Draft ND and Appendices to the public and other interested parties, for a 30-day public review and comment period for the Draft ND commenced on May 27, 2021 and concluded on June 27, 2021. Signs were placed on the property and a notice was placed in the local paper. The City of Temecula received two (2) written comments and responded to each comment in the Final ND, which includes all timely received written comments and responses thereto. Comments were received by the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and Temecula Valley Unified School District. The Final ND was provided to commenting agencies in compliance with State Law. The "Final ND" consists of the Draft ND and all of its appendices and the comments and responses to comments on the Draft ND. The Final ND was made available to the public and to all commenting agencies in accordance with the law. F. On July 20, 2022 the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Negative Declaration and proposed Project at which time all persons interested in these actions had the opportunity and did address the Planning Commission, G. Following consideration of the entire record of information received at the public hearing, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 2022- "A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADOPT THE FINAL NEGATIVE DECLARATION FOR THE RENDEZVOUS PHASE II PROJECT CONSISTING OF A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN'S: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-134)." Resolution No. 2022- and the findings therein are hereby incorporated by this reference as set forth in full. H. All legal preconditions to the adoption of this Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Provisions for Fiscal Impact Payments A. The City and owner estimate that the increased costs to the City of providing public safety and other municipal services to the area resulting from the General Plan Amendment and Planned Development Overlay Amendment for the Project will substantially exceed the municipal revenue from the Project ("City Services Deficit"). The City has received a Fiscal Impact Analysis, dated as of June, 2022 ("FIA"), documenting the City Services Deficit. The owners of the property within the Project, and their successors in interest, shall pay the City the sum of sum of Forty Four Dollars ($44.00) per Occupied Residential Property each year as mitigation for the City Services Deficit, with an increase in such payment each fiscal year in an amount of seventeen point forty four percent (17.44%) of the previous year's payment, as such increase may be adjusted as part of the yearly assessment or special tax levy as provided in a funding mechanism that may be approved by the City. "Occupied Residential Property" means an assessor's parcel in the Planned Development Overlay area for which building permits for residential construction have been issued, and a certificate of occupancy or final inspection has been issued, or as may be further defined in the City approved funding mechanism. Owner and its successors to the property within the Project may fulfill this obligation through a community facilities district established by the City pursuant to the Mello -Roos Community Facilities District Act of 1982, Government Code Section 53311, et seq., or other appropriated financing mechanism approved by the City; provided, however, the obligation of each owner and their successors to pay the City Services Deficit payment under this obligation remains an obligation of the owner and its successors regardless of the financing mechanism used to pay it and regardless of whether there is a financing mechanism to pay it. Five years after the date of the first certificate of occupancy or final inspection is issued for a home in the Project and every five years after that, the owners of the properties may request that the City re-evaluate the yearly payments for the City Services Deficit and prepare an updated FIA to analyze the continuing impacts of the Project to the City's budget. The cost of the updated FIA shall be paid for by the owners of the properties within the Project. Section 3. Further Findings. The Planning Commission, in recommending approval the Zone Change/Planned Development Overlay Amendment Application No. PA20-1324, hereby finds, determines and declares that: Zone Change/Planned Development Overlay Amendment Planning Application No. PA20-1324 is consistent with the General Plan for the City of Temecula and with all applicable requirements of State law and other Ordinances of the City: A. The proposed Ordinance is in conformance with the General Plan for Temecula and with all applicable requirements of State law and other Ordinances of the City; The proposed Zone Change/Planned Development Overlay Amendment Ordinance conforms to the City of Temecula General Plan Land Use Element. Furthermore, the proposed Zone Change/Planned Development Overlay Amendment Ordinance directly responds to Goal I Policy LU-1.1 and LU-1.2 of the General Plan Land Use Element. The proposed project is also consistent with the above General Plan Land Use Element goal and policy in that it is contributing to the development of housing that is suitable for the community's labor force in the form of an apartment community and has been designed to minimize impacts on surrounding land uses and infrastructure through required and proposed design guidelines and development standards, building orientation and location, circulation and access, and other features and requirements of the proposed Planned Development Overlay Amendment. Additionally, mitigation measures were not required as part of the Negative Declaration as the potential for impacts to surrounding uses and infrastructure were determined not to be significant. Section 4. Recommendation. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula recommends that the City Council adopt an Ordinance entitled "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY AMENDMENT TO THE TEMECULA VILLAGE PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY (PDO-5) GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FT WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE. (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 008, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1324)" in substantially the same form attached hereto as Exhibit A, and incorporated herein by this reference. Section 5. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City of Temecula Planning Commission this 201h day of July, 2022. Gary Watts, Chairman A Luke Watson Secretary [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE )ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Luke Watson, Secretary of the Temecula Planning Commission, do hereby certify that the forgoing PC Resolution No. 2022-21 was duly and regularly adopted by the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula at a regular meeting thereof held on the 20th day of July, 2022, by the following vote: AYES: 4 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: Hagel, Ruiz, Turley-Trejo, Watts NOES: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: None ABSENT: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: None ABSTAIN: I PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: Telesio Luke Watson Secretary PC RESOLUTION NO.2022-22 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT A RESOLUTION ENTITLED "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1325)" Section 1. Procedural Findings. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. On November 12, 2020, Pacific West Development filed Planning Application Nos. PA20-1323, a General Plan Amendment; PA20-1324, a Planned Development Overlay Amendment; PA20-1325, a Development Plan; and PA20-1326, a Tentative Tract Map. These applications (collectively "the Project") were filed in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. B. Collectively, the Project consists of a General Plan Amendment to amend the underlying General Plan Land Use designation of the Project site from Professional Office (PO) to Medium Density Residential (M); a Planned Development Overlay Amendment for PDO-5; a Development Plan for a 134 unit apartment community built on 7.60 acres; and a Tentative Tract Map (TTM 38043) to combine eight (8) existing contiguous parcels into a single parcel. C. The Project was processed including, but not limited to a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law, including the California Environmental Quality Act. D. A Negative Declaration (ND) was prepared for the Project in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act and the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines ("CEQA"). The Draft ND was prepared under staff's direction by Environmental Science Associates (ESA). Thereafter, City staff filed a Notice of Completion with the State Clearinghouse, and circulated a Notice of Intent with the Draft ND and Appendices to the public and other interested parties, for a 30-day public review and comment period for the Draft ND commenced on May 27, 2021 and concluded on June 27, 2021. Signs were placed on the property and a notice was placed in the local paper. The City of Temecula received two (2) written comments and responded to each comment in the Final ND, which includes all timely received written comments and responses thereto. Comments were received by the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and Temecula Valley Unified School District. The Final ND was provided to commenting agencies in compliance with State Law. The "Final ND" consists of the Draft ND and all of its appendices and the comments and responses to comments on the Draft ND. The Final ND was made available to the public and to all commenting agencies in accordance with the law. E. On July 20, 2022 the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Negative Declaration and proposed Project at which time all persons interested in these actions had the opportunity and did address the Planning Commission. F. Following consideration of the entire record before it at the public hearing and due consideration of the Project the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 22-22, "A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT A RESOLUTION ENTITLED "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN'S: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1325)." G. All legal preconditions to the adoption of this Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Further Findings. The Planning Commission, in recommending approval of Development Plan application PA20-1325, pursuant to Temecula Municipal Code section 17.05.010 hereby finds, determines and declares that Development Plan application No. PA20- 1325 is consistent with the General Plan for the City of Temecula and with all applicable requirements of State law and other Ordinances of the City: A. The proposed use is in conformance with the General Plan for Temecula and with all applicable requirements of State law and other Ordinances of the City; The proposed project consists of the construction of a multifamily residential community. With the approval of the General Plan Amendment and Planned Development Overlay Amendment the project site will allow for a multifamily residential community. Therefore, the project is consistent with the General Plan for Temecula and the Proposed Rendezvous Planned Development Overlay Amendment. The project, as conditioned, is also consistent with other applicable requirements of State law and local Ordinances, including the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the Citywide Design Guidelines, and Fire and Building codes. B. The overall development of the land is designed for the protection of the public health, safety, and general welfare; The overall design of the project, including the site, building, parking, circulation and other associated site improvements, is consistent with, and intended to protect the health and safety of those working and living in an around the site as the Project is consistent with the General Plan, City Wide Design Guidelines, Proposed Rendezvous Planned Development Overlay Amendment, and Development Code. The Project has been reviewed for, and as conditioned, has been found to be consistent with all applicable policies, guidelines, standards and regulations intended to ensure that the development will be constructed and function in a manner consistent with the public health, safety, and welfare. Section 3. Recommendation. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula recommends that the City Council adopt a resolution entitled, "A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT A RESOLUTION ENTITLED "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE" (APN'S: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1325)" in substantially the same form attached to this Resolution as Exhibit "A", and incorporated herein by this reference. Section 4. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City of Temecula Planning Commission this 20th day of July, 2022. /Ky'Watts, Chairman ATTES Lu e atson Secretary [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE )ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Luke Watson, Secretary of the Temecula Planning Commission, do hereby certify that the forgoing PC Resolution No. 2022-22 was duly and regularly adopted by the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula at a regular meeting thereof held on the 20th day of July, 2022, by the following vote: AYES: 4 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: NOES: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS ABSENT: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS ABSTAIN: 1 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS Hagel, Ruiz, Turley-Trejo, Watts None None Teles' �k Luke Watson Secretary PC RESOLUTION NO.2022-23 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT A RESOLUTION ENTITLED "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING TENTATIVE TRACT MAP 38043 TO COMBINE EIGHT (8) EXISTING CONTIGUOUS PARCELS INTO A SINGLE PARCEL ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 008, 010, 012, 013) (PA20- 1326)" Section 1. Procedural Findings. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. On November 12, 2020, Pacific West Development filed Planning Application Nos. PA20-1323, a General Plan Amendment; PA20-1324, a Planned Development Overlay Amendment; PA20-1325, a Development Plan; and PA20-1326, a Tentative Tract Map. These applications (collectively "the Project") were filed in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. B. The Project was processed including, but not limited to a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law, including the California Environmental Quality Act. C. A Negative Declaration (ND) was prepared for the Project in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act and the California Environmental Quality Act Guidelines ("CEQA"). The Draft ND was prepared under staff's direction by Environmental Science Associates (ESA). Thereafter, City staff filed a Notice of Completion with the State Clearinghouse, and circulated a Notice of Intent with the Draft ND and Appendices to the public and other interested parties, for a 30-day public review and comment period for the Draft ND commenced on May 27, 2021 and concluded on June 27, 2021. Signs were placed on the property and a notice was placed in the local paper. The City of Temecula received two (2) written comments and responded to each comment in the Final ND, which includes all timely received written comments and responses thereto. Comments were received by the Riverside County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and Temecula Valley Unified School District. The Final ND was provided to commenting agencies in compliance with State Law. The "Final ND" consists of the Draft ND and all of its appendices and the comments and responses to comments on the Draft ND. The Final ND was made available to the public and to all commenting agencies in accordance with the law. D. On July 20, 2022 the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula held a duly noticed public hearing on the proposed Negative Declaration and proposed Project at which time all persons interested in these actions had the opportunity and did address the Planning Commission. E. Following consideration of the entire record of information received at the public hearing, the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 2022-22, "A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPT A RESOLUTION ENTITLED "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING A DEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR A 134 UNIT APARTMENT COMMUNITY GENERALLY LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN'S: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 010, 012, 013) (PA20-1325)." Resolution No. 2022- and the findings therein are hereby incorporated by this reference as set forth in full. F. All legal preconditions to the adoption of this Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Further Findings. The Planning Commission, in recommending approval of Tentative Tract Map application PA22-1326, makes the following findings as required by Temecula Municipal Code Section 16.09.140: A. The proposed subdivision and the design and improvements of the subdivision are consistent with the Development Code, General Plan, any applicable Specific Plan and the City of Temecula Municipal Code. Tentative Tract Map No. 38043 has been designed in a manner that is consistent with and meets all development and design standards of the General Plan, the Subdivision Ordinance, the Municipal Code, and the Rendezvous Planned Development Overlay. B. The Tentative Map does not propose to divide land which is subject to a contract entered into pursuant to the California Land Conservation Act of 1965, or the land is subject to a Land Conservation Act contract but the resulting parcels following division of the land will not be too small to sustain their agricultural use. The subject parcel does not propose to divide land which is subject to a contract entered into pursuant to the California Land Conservation Act of 1965. The subject property has not been designated for conservation or agricultural land and is not subject to the California Land Conservation Act of 1965. C. The site is physically suitable for the type and proposed density of development proposed by the Tentative Map. The site is physically suitable for the type and proposed density of development proposed by the Tentative Map. The proposed Tentative Map is in accordance with what is allowed by the Development Code, General Plan, and Rendezvous Planned Development Overlay. The proposed Tentative Tract Map combines eight (8) existing contiguous parcels into a single parcel for residential development. As such, the site is suitable for this development proposed. D. The design of the subdivision and the proposed improvements, with Conditions of Approval are not likely to cause significant environmental damage or substantially and avoidably injure fish or wildlife or their habitat. The project has been reviewed in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and based on an Initial Study, it has been determined the project could not have a significant impact on the environment; therefore, a Draft Negative Declaration (ND) (SCH# 2021050549) was prepared. E. The design of the subdivision and the type of improvements are not likely to cause serious public health problems. The design of the subdivision and the type of improvements are not likely to cause serious public health problems because the proposed development is consistent with all applicable building, development and fire codes, which include provisions to safeguard public health, and will be further reviewed and inspected by City staff for compliance with all applicable building, development and f re codes prior to issuance of any grading, building, or occupancy permits. F. The design of the subdivision provides for future passive or natural heating or cooling opportunities in the subdivision to the extent feasible. The project consists of a Tentative Tract Map on developed and vacant property and does not propose any grading or construction. Any future development on the project site will be in accordance with the requirements of the California Building Code in effect at that time as it relates to heating and cooling. G. The design of the subdivision and the type of improvements will not conflict with easements acquired by the public at large for access through or use of property within the proposed subdivision, or the design of the alternate easements which are substantially equivalent to those previously acquired by the public will be provided. The subdivision design and the improvements being proposed including the residential lots will not conflict with existing or future easements acquired by the public at large for access through or use of property within the proposed subdivision. The project is being conditioned to grant all required easements and dedications. H. The subdivision is consistent with the City's parkland dedication requirements (Quimby Act). The subdivision is consistent with the City's parkland dedication requirements (Quimby Act) because payment of Quimby fees has been included as a condition of approval of the project prior to the recordation of a Final Tentative Map. Section 3. Recommendation. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula recommends that the City Council adopt a resolution entitled "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING TENTATIVE TRACT MAP 38043 TO COMBINE EIGHT (8) EXISTING CONTIGUOUS PARCELS INTO A SINGLE PARCEL ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 150 FEET WEST OF COSMIC DRIVE (APN'S: 944-370-001, 005, 006, 007, 008, 010, 012, 013) (PA20- 1326)" in substantially the same form attached to this Resolution as Exhibit "A", and incorporated herein by this reference. Section 4. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City of Temecula Planning Commission this 20th day of July, 2022. Gary Watts, Chairman a Luke Watson Secretary [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE )ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Luke Watson, Secretary of the Temecula Planning Commission, do hereby certify that the forgoing PC Resolution No. 2022-23 was duly and regularly adopted by the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula at a regular meeting thereof held on the 201h day of July, 2022, by the following vote: AYES: 4 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: Hagel, Ruiz, Turley-Trejo, Watts NOES: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS None ABSENT: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS None ABSTAIN: 1 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS Telesio 2 /' tk Luke Watson Secretary OWNER/APPLICANT LANDSCIPE ARCNITCCi - V ♦Ssta.3rt�vG leM1°�ainiiNA � lwsl)wa° uss°cart mu ARCHITECT M ERGItlEE6 n a 'a SOIL ENGINEER �D� Mf ssTR uasxa. n" cR m.u« « nIM I - 1 TOPOGRAPHY J ' xo n[verlws vRow[ rl lr }f 61dg 1I PARCEL 0 as I -p II I` T - _""R""RK , PROJECT DESCRIPTIDN fTs II u \° •, z r fYld A iw°sxPs°wnxoncwim[is us� �� I i� uncov nIF U. vJ V ryxw;o[ol. 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N2 O O O e ,r s� ohx O MBa y R r I o I Bcd R..:u , 10 o o Unit 2C RNDV2WallTes Unit 3A Area= 1257 Area= 1341 w I/4„=1-0„ Im„ = 1, AoO -31 F. .01ornFQ WOOOmonEntry CIoNI: PA20-13213a� �i5 O , BN) 9 12 Hall 3B rCopyright LI MBR BcdmN3 �8 UNIT PLAN S Unit 3B Area= 1431 1/4" = I-0" 5 0- o s��ohSl�.FrI . .Ivis"elR,n,'u mr)� nF ne,'w^�ui�ll.yorae )'nA„�u`ao,' eb�mNcRnloru hWc .... ........................... ................................ .............. ........ Piz John Watson I (D F—rm Architects, Inc. 726 Chelharn Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 Q EA (805 969-7280 Typc2B I*ypc 2H Type 2C 0 ❑In. '3 Type IC Unit El 2 .22 LO L I it# 12 Uni UL I L❑1 227 0 Unit# 121�� Type 1C 0 0 127 O Type 2B Type 2C A A mEl Typc2B (D .............. - . .............. .................... . ................................ U T is Building G Middle Floor Plan rn ...... ............ ............... ....... ... nwrrv.c op .................. ..... . .. . ... ................................ A n 3E 0 F-r-M PA20-1325 ED Type 2B e 8 Ty e2B Type 2C nits O nil 1213 upe IC ni 2 unit Copyright 'THZE111 ZEE o-c nit ME] l�� U) 12 lype I C L;-I [3 121 EP 0 2 Typc2C 0 Type2B CD C) C3 Type 2B (0 (DEM D.. BUILDING G .......... licitin .......... ... ........ ......... ................................. FLOOR PLA Building G Lower Floor Plan A3-G] it . . . Top ove E-1 John Watson Archilccts, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa to (805)-969-7280 L 6 4 I dge-7- LP-� 72, A El 2-1/212 2-112": 2 4 F-a- E — F.- Uottom 0 U Building G v a 0 Roof Plan Top 0 0, al 5 El 0 PA20-1325 o� o o � o� 2 Unit 2B Unh2(' Unit 0 j i'm — G [j ni(N c [0 23I In 233 Unit IC nit Urii 12 Eno Copyright J­ 29, 2022 rit# 1237 Unit# 12 Unit IC Uni 123 El 0 23r� 0 unit 2C G Unit 2B e e Unit 2B o BUILDING G FLOOR PLAN A3-G2 Building G Upper Floor Plan If John Watson Arch11-ts, Inc. 726 Chelha. Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 ON w ) W N J/ � a Building G E E End Elevation E a 3 3/ 16" = I'-0" U T U E o 47 QUU �0Y,4 � N N c 3 E PA20-1325 d ® ;0� ® ® 7 ® ... Copyright rn�s .r:e, ion 7� 30063 30063 07M r T77M 4L 1 &M FNI 7FMM-1 E W-- -- --- -- -®- -- -- -- - -- -0- -- --- -- -- BUILDING G Building G l ELEVATIONS Side Elevation 3/16" = I'-0" A3 -G4 �— � I -I_ 0— �— 0 II_I- 0 _I■ Illllli�ll ��� ��� I, Illlfl��l .... .... .... .... .... .... ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ Patio Area 524 + 499 = 1023 Building H Middle Floor Plan 1/8.. = 1'-0., G2 Building H Lower Floor Plan John Watson Archi tccis, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 w a � a G A C U w •TU E r� Q d U c o .=' 'd :D N a Q P4 .07 F PA20-1325 Copyright BUILDING H A3-H1 If John Watson Architccts, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 of in 101 ® 101 101 101 101 ® 0 30063 w y A o .°a E E v Building H North Elevation rn 3/16" = 1'1" Q U U C ..................... PA20-1325 ._... .... ...... ..._......._.�.._._._.:�t.-.i.... 101 11 0 30063 ® 30063 -- Copyright BUILDING H Building H ELEVATIONS West Elevation 3/16" = 1'-0" A3-H4.1 11 John Watson Architects, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 I] ® ® ® ® ® ®11 fi T ®...w ® 0 ® ® �... ^••• 30063 I I w x ftfl E°a o_ Building H " 4. N South Elevation a o 3/16" = 1'_0" ¢ U V ti�� o r � > T o a � p 6 - - - ...._. PA20-1325 30063 m 30063 F -- ^ Copyright n�wn+e.:o:• 1 BUILDING H Building H ELEVATIONS East Elevation 3116" = P.O.. A3-H4.2 a�nv: au,r John Walaon y Arc hitccts, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Eavc Santa Barbara Eare Eavc Eavc Eavc C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969_7280 Io �4:12 130m alttl !� Rid c i Z. Eave Eavc Eave Building I Building I Building I Section A Section B West Elevation (East Flipped) 3/16" - I'-0" 3/16" = 1'-0" 3/16" = 1'.0" Building I Roof Plan 1/8" - P-0" jok, 101® ® ro 2;4 I � � Typc IU Typn IU �. .� c o ,d a v a unua FF- Unit# o aE 1622 1621 C, .4 F Building I North Elevation PA20-1325 a" 3/16" - P-0" Building I Upper Floor Plan 1/8" = 1'-0" (D ®101 101® Copyright 5ti ❑ Alt sE,9toGamgeGarage Garage Garage Garage Garage Garage Sto T4 I Building I BUILDING I South Elevation 3/16" = 1'-0" Building I A341 Lower Floor Plan John Wasson ❑ _ � Oil Architects, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa Barbara ` ee'ype3A A (805969I9280 XX v ypIit Type 'T T [A e[M2 Uni1A XX23 O 0 Uni1# XX26 IJnit# 28 U n, Unit# 0 0 O XX�21 ® -:- Unn# XX24 0 Ur'" XX27 .22 ® lye IA Type I El � Type 2A e2 99 w, 99 13 2 a .... .... ........................... .......................................... .................................................. 0 n w U ?v Building J y s° Middle Floor Plan N I/8„ EOA!d N 7 " ............T°........... 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IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII soon Ms. John Watson Architects, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 0 G N ° E � � w o TU E o a Q UU 7YU x 0 PA20-1325 (0 — Copyright BUILDING J ELEVATIONS A344 - ---- TJ I John Watson ArcMtccIs, Inc. 726 Chetham Way — Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 S.`c 4124`12 Slone4,12�, W d � a E Ea o caw t .T 0 h Q, a. 30107 v o A 'd m o a� nn .p — _ - — — — — — — — — - w�ovz ....�....� �, Q ':"aN�cnu,Nv�n�baeJf °mnPA20-1325 lv]Sglid^nf n.00k,.l s, 11 A'tt Aiu Roof I.—Slo0u6 �+� Copyright -- - - - - - - - - - - - -- ---------------.4� A3-K1 Paul Bathrooms East Elevation e Su S- A0.9 for 0.9go6d MLu--,vv,n Boa MuLvuin aL—iu on, Pool Bathrooms RaoCPlans 1/4" = 1'.0" Pool Bathrooms Foundation Plans 'o John Wa(son hita as, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa Barh. C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 w 2' d G A 7 �a ° 0 U U E 0 N O G O of ¢ a" 2 F. PA20-1325 Copyright POOL BATHROOMS A3-L 1 Garage 2 5 Ca, Gangs 33,41,42 7 Cur Garasrc G,,,gc 39,4 8 CLGLugc 22 Car "Doubts Garagc 6 Spacc Carport R-2 WAIT— 8 Car "Doubts Rc TYPT LAEnclosure III117�71171 G—gc 3 4 Ca` G�ragc G.- 4 4 Car C—gc \ ltNmsh Enclosurc Garagc 43 6 Car Garage 5 C., G!,.gc I IC Sp.5c and NNI R... 9 low" 1 7�4. John Watson A 'c hi t - is, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805) -969-7280 O u O.t� cd 0 I Copyright I Plans A3—M1 i A. 1 3' John Watson e'yr " s -rvu rw�r Arc Meccas, Inc. 726 Chelham Way -- Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 Ttpical 2 Car Dccp —ge Secdon I Car Dccp Cangc (a) I IC T I Car Dccn Gangc Section 4 Car Garage Rear Elcvauon Tvpmal 1 Car Deep 4 Car Garage Fmnr Elcvauon e re. + 1 fp (805)-969-7280 Side F.lo�auon risr�" 3' 1 Car Dccp Garage Widr'I'nsh Enclosure r.... 7_vpiol 1 Car Dccn Cangc \Y/nh'I'nsh 1 Car Dccp Gangc W1hh NC ParkingPront Elevaunn Attached Rear Illaauon flndosure Auached Fn,nt P.levation w m JM F-1 F11 �aW - 1 Lj L� L� U Y � N 8 Car C rage 2 Car Dccp Garage 22 Car Garage Front and Rear Elcvauon Sidc RIc-dr, Fmm and Rear wt4 a m v a m d v Q w 0 F PA20-1325 I � AIInnnnF , -.w� ........ v t Gangc W/ Tash Enclosure Accessible Stall Garage W/Tnsh Enclosure, Accessible Stall, Garege W/'Trash Enclosure, Accessible Slall, Garage W/Trash Enclosure, Accessible Slall, Copyright Mailroom, and Pool Equip North Elcvauon Mailroom and Pool Equip South Elevation Mailroom, Pool Equip Wa1 Elcvauon Mailroom, and Pool Equip East Elevation .r aF. man 6 Car C,rpnn 6 Car Carport 6 Car (.arpnrt Free Standing'I'rash Enclosure Elevation Re,r rle Orion Sidc EIc Ydon Eron, t+.le�rrinn '" -"" Garage Plan A3-M2 If John Watson Architects, Inc. 726 Chetham Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7290 EY_tea — GarageNotes INTERIOR FDIIS11M All G.,W,In end C'.iling, Shill a. Dry W.11W, T,pcd, T. —d, And `r,-. r< Fag'W Ig"Typc%Dryn,ll Ccihn[, Shdl 11,.. (2)Let.n oYSIR' a TYM % D,.nMrell DRAFTSTOPS 2 Gate Detail P-idV •11St.p,wn,In..m.,p,ra—llmoW on n,n pl.. S..—d 3-M 3^=11.011 A—CACCHSES' Pmvid, All., A-- w,haun on IL„ plan. NOR: N1111,l. ec..<,w m —h ere s'. er. n. b.. of DnR Swp,. All A— Aa.�u, ShWI tl.al� I low R•uJ -,M1,p •r.. pn, of a I hour rwf rol,ng e.nmLll. Roof v— Pwtvavn.a•kWnc.ln1s%j orvnn•m par im b- sq.lq.ofwuf M1 •, fj —f of mnf �L,ud nn euumpoon ,ha, ca,M1 vcn, mt pu,m fnn n(unbleI11., a .hf(1n fium Jn, mpown:ovuk v,. . ,di,rcon uly,uyw un.mlr .. "S,".1 „h" :M1n JnuinRu W tad "S,prn,u SPwa' Ir% •n-w w:lw,nir J,w.r10,-daWur Lr O "nnn]—,di nr Lr".\pu,m.m llni, Pcnmc,rr \C'Wh'c.n,Wing,n Juw,drnWc of Ju�n,uf,heaJm,R nwu br v,nW.,ed up•r.uy ., � ,y IL O � D.nolnel SVfl.Nn n,ee Roof\'cnl on SloPin'Pmf O.-i .�'.' U > U Color Specification �o EMB N N 7 � ¢UU c o " N U ^ N N c 3 E ¢ x-11H PA20-1325 l� Copyright TR 215.2022 e d • \ \\\\/\\/\\/\\/\\/\\/\\/\\/\\/\\/\\/\\/\\ Id 1 i TRASH ENCLOSURE la //\\// \//\\//\ • GATE/ SCHEDULE U \ ( 1 \ Trash Enclosure Gate Elevation \/\ Ld A3-M4 Color 1: Omega #20 (Similar to DE 6155 Soft Ivory) Color 2: Omega #2-1/2 A948 (Similar to DE 6312 Dusty Dream) Color 3: Omega #413 (Similar to DET654 Creme Fraische) Color 4: Omega #A 560 (Similar to DET605 Drifting Downstream) Color 6: Omega #1/2 A 865 (Similar to DET665 Grain Mill) Color 7: Omega #418 (Similar to DE6200 Handwoven) Roof Tile: Tesoro Blend Barcelona 900 Boral Roofing t j White Vinyl Window Color 8: Omega #18 _ (Similar to DEW325 Vanilla Shake) I Colosseum Travertine "Roman" Chiseled Limestone Cayenne Color 10: DEA158 -- -- ``- ---�'` Northern Territory) :`I U Q kj41-- �_N40 Color 5: Omega #414� _��_ / McNichols Grecian (Similar to DE6380 ^4►�41►�4►17840032 Clouded Vision) �0.074 Used at Gas Meter Doors Sand Canyon y Flagstone "Cream" ' J French Limestone "French White" Chiseled Limestone "Sunriver Blend" Exhibit F John Watson Architects, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 w a a r" a o°e U c, U � o N V) ? 3 ^ E N 00 0 dxar.,t-� n LJ MA A6.1 Building #12 (Type G) End Elevation 3116" = F-0" Building 912 (Type G) Side Elevation Color Scheme 2 3/ 16" = I'41" Rendezvous Phase 11 Color Schemes and Materials Color Scheme #I Scheme N2 Scheme #3 Scheme #4 Scheme #5 Scheme #6 Scheme#7 Scheme #8 Integral Plaster Color Similar To: Description I Omcge #20 Body Color I Body Color 2 Body Clr Body C'Ir DE6155 Soft Ivory Light Cream 2 Omega 112-1/2 A 948 Body Color 2 Body Color 3 DE6312 Dusty Dream Medium Tone Grcy/Green 3 Omega #413 Body Color 1 Body Color 2 DET654 Creme Fraiche Light/Medium Cream 4 Omega #A 560 Body Color 2 Body Color 3 DET605 Drilling Downstream Dark "Dull" Green 5 Omega #414 Body Color I Body Or DE6380 Clouded Vision Light Gray 6 Omega # 1/2 A 865 Body Color I DET665 Grain Mill Medium Crcam/Orange 7 Omega P418 Body Clr DE6200 Handwoven Medium Brown 8 Omcga#I8 'trim Trim Trim Trim EntryTrm Trim Trim Trim DEW325 Vanilla Shake Whilish 9 Boral Tcsoro Blend Root'Tilc Roof Tile Roof Tile Roof Tile Root'Tlle RoofTIIC Roof Tile Roof Tile B-317-R Roof Bundle Taupe -Appm Same Color 0 1DE 158 NorthernTerritory All Doors All Doors All Doors DEA 158 Northern Territory Dark Brown - Semi -Gloss 11 French Limestone "Ryland Buff' hall Tile I Wall Tile 1 hall TIIe I Wall Tile I Wall Tile 1 12 Chiseled Limestonc "Cayenne" Wall Tile 2 Wall Tile 2 Wali Tile 2 Wall "file 2 13 Sand Canyon Flagstone "Cream" Wall Tile 3 Wall Tile 3 Wall Tne 3 Wall Tile 3 14 French Limestone "French White" Base Tile Base Tile Base Tile Base Tile Base Tile 15 Chiseled Limestone "Sunriver Bind" Bast Tilc Alt Base Tile All Base Tile Alt Bme Tile Alt Note: Color Scheme #1 not used on Phase 11. Exhibit E-1 John Watson Architects, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 0 COLOR SCHEME BUILDING G A6.2 -1 . W. llllilillilllll!!lIII 'llllllllllllllllullll IIIIIII!lIIIIIIIII!!II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII an H. no 0 F7m.. ■■i6 .ki.i■ ■■■■ Long Side Elevation Color r---•...--t.:..�-•-�;,r"•jgirir -sue.., _ _.._. _ ..; _ ._y. 00I1I Illiui_ 'uullliulluli IIIIIII�IIIIIII� IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1111111111� Illlllllllllllf 111 . ::::6 _ :on I�I�I�I ::: ON IIIIIIII111111 ,I�� 1 ii 1F1111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1 ni:: u::r lj 101 101 hI 101 Iv a ®❑ t11 lff� 3006: Buildings #14 and it17 (Type J) End Elevation rm., Cr6rmr d Buildings #14 and #17 (Type J) Long Side Elevation Color Scheme 4 3/32" = 1'-0" rP-MR MON, n :Im : :: �i :::: o M-11 nol IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII �IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Illlllllllllllllllllllllf; IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII FP1181-1111111 _ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII _r IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ':.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII4, �b- John Watson Architects, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 w 0 C N a �a U > V E o is E a v PA20.1325 COLOR g SCHEME BUILDING 1 SCHEME 4 A6-4 Exhibit E-3 .wow, Building #11 (Type H) End Elevation 3/32" = 1'-0" now mm Him pm] FRFMI .... .... E.... ■. ■. Buildings Color Scheme 4 Long Side Elevation Exhibit E-4 John Watson Architects, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 w m E � w o oa U U a E o U 4O U cir, 7 7 m ❑ o -: a C N N U �'e3E PA20-1325 f (m� COLOR SCHEME BUILDING H A6-5 Typical Garage With Trash Enclosure Typical Garage With Trash Enclosure Typical Garage With Trash Enclosure calms h17 — Typical Garage With Trash Enclosure Typical Garage W ith Trash Enclosure Gara a Color Scheme Assignments Typleel Garage With Trash Enclosure In Bldg #16/Garage 38 Driveway Side Elevation 1/8" =1.-0.. Bldg #16/Garage 38 Hill Side Elevation 1/8'. = I'-0" Bldg #16/Garage 38 End Elevation 1/8" - P-0" L ---------- 1i F—cisc Room East Elevation T/8" = Ir-2Pr Color Scheme 05 Exercise Room South Elevation Fc se Room North and Wcst Elevation Color Scheme /15 e Pool Eathr118" 11-0 C•Icvation _7 Pool Bathrooms East Elcvelion Bathroom Shower Elevation Elevation AlongAlong Eni.Walk 1/8" - 1'-0 1/8" - 1'-0 Garage #35 with Mail Room North Elevation 1/8" = I'-0" ---------------------------------------------- •iii — � - Garage #35 with Mail Room It �°it`°°"'• South Elevation Garage #35 with Mail Room Garage #35 with Mail room West Elevation East Elevation va" = r-o" us" = r-o" Exhibit E-5 John Watson Architects, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 �(s COLOR SCHEME SMALLER A6.6 - I�i � + 40R t`+JL wl-Is��ifi. Two Story Colonnade These Three Images Each Use a One Story Arcade/Loggia to Bring Variety, Texture, and Shadow to the Lower Floor of a Two Story Building. While The Two Story Building Proposed for This Project Patterned Alier the Barchessa Loredan,'Ihese Images Are Provided to Illustrate How Different Column Types, Spacing. and Even Diflerent Opening"Type" (Square and Arched) Can Be Used And Still Retain the Beauty, Grace, and Elegance of The Original Prototype. Entablature Entablature's Exist at the Intersection of Wall And Roof In Some Classical Buildings. The Degree of Detail of the Entablature Varies From Architectural Period To Architectural Period, But Is Always Used To Provide A Sophisticated Wall To Roof Transition. On the Proposed Building, The Entablature Adds Elegance and I Ielps The Transition From The Slightly Higher End Pieces To The Lower Center Span. Barchessa Loredan Attributed to Andrea Palladio Facade Composed of a 2 Story Arched Loggia With Pilasters Restingon Raised Bases. Facade Completed Using Unadorned Window Treatments Throughout 'll,c6dldn,gcm v.d,. c.rdvv.nl,k.�ao e,.Jurr,nd Fcmd 1"Pt . fI)­c W., .,,pp,ermuu,I4 ,v„Idd..Vd, .n1.cdkcm.cgo.,r,J ll............. ­k. ngk,,u Al- .......... I ,IhLc Lr,..gq. nnd�nlvm d,y;ofdlk..,r.,. Building Type 3A Patterned After the More Ornate Barchessa Loredan (See Left), This Facade is Composed of a 2 Story Loggia (Used 1 Iere for Private Open Space) With the Supporting Columns Resting on Tiled Bases. The Building's Facade is Completed With Unadorned Windows. While Barchessa Loredan Uses a Simple Single Span Hip Roof, a More Articulated Hip is Provided Here to Lower the Overall Height of the Building and to Create Greater Visual Interest for the Residents and Neighbors Alike. t v r Building Type G Building Type G is a Variation of Type 3A Using the Same Vocabulary, Materials and Forms. �I�o ol�ol�o 7, 0_ ■■li�l -- i:litth!11:1 I'ilallliJlIII III!!I'lllill IF'RR,MIII John Watson Arehl l cc l,, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa Barbara C A 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 Building Type I Building Type H Budding Type I is a Minuet of the other Buildings on the Site. Building Type G is a Variation of Type 3A Using the Same Vocabulary, Materials and Forms. 'r� • �� i zr �j Copyright CORNICE I� FRIEZE m Q Chiselled Limestone ARCHITRAVE W The Photograph to the Right Shows Chiselled Limestone Tile Surrounding an Arched Openings, A Decorative Molding Separating the Chiselled Limestone From the Cement Plaster (Stucco) Arch. 'Ilia Chiselled Limestone Does Not Extend to the Ground, It Rests on a Decorative Molding Which Defines the Boundary for the Un-Chiselled Limestone Base Below. r STYLE SHEET A-7 - I Top of Upper Retaining Wall. Foundation of both walls will be planted with medium to high shrubs and ground covers. • Cascading vines will be planted at the top of both walls. Geogrid -Anchor Retaining Wall Color to match phase 1 Rendezvous "Tuscany" RETAINING WALL ELEVATION FOR: RENDEZVOUS - PHASE II RENDEZVOUS MULTI -FAMILY LP APN IPS Development Plan # PA3 20-1325 944-370-601 944-370-006 944-370-008 944-370-012 944-370-005 944-370-007 944-370-010 944-370-013 0 a' 16' 32' CITY OF TEMECULA .«Olm. z9e VICINITY MAP /ryylRlsB E PROJECT LOC:ANON THOM RRO% 100A � PAGP 955 Sh1-110H x-6 N TS. DIRECTORY OWNER / APPLICANT! TEMECULA VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT, LP AARK C� 91JUJ uien ARCHITECT: JOHN WATSON C RCHIFECS. WC. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT: DAVID NEAULI ASSOCIATES. INC. Ivsll b]OLIF f11VD xvD CIVIL ENGINEER: DRC ENGINEERING. INC. CONIACT REND VM1A GENERAL CONTRACTOR PACIFIC WE51 DEVELOPMENT. INC. 321174 T—CYIA PARAW AY, lIRE A 1EMECUTA.CA11- 'CONUCT.IDANO0s90N ------- -- - -w 1 CONCEPTUAL PLANT LEGEND .QTANN AL xA NAIAMAM eIOODca �ACCENT PALMS C e9A0toxU ARwNG IREFS cONM I t OR IIIIIIIA I.. NOSCAPE TRFEs !� c11IRA rAeWIORA - fOUNOAPANSHRU83 I9II ON IT ICA ON Alln - ACCENT SHRUBS/PERENNIAIS SCAT TRIM I CA nWAUILAT MTU I0w I —A comtxxw24 cOtPIxYOccA 1LApnx Roc mw wAlxwnY3 vnxMwc AVlAs.eUSOwcS All NxCls, vNtMsxMIIL OISIcuI.l0 rvtvfxl OvI ISPIAY DNIO ORNAMENTAS GRASSES ,I AN IRIIIIIIAu el MwAIUMUOI41IalAMu wfANRAvu/aRNoswc9owwc iwts NUN e[NNISIA xs xl All uxOfcAII Ap ASUILNCINT 3I UWNIIIIIIIIIIAxxevx,'C'I[puRIMIx1i GROUNOCOVERS St AUIRxII9iNUII et s[Rlluto MlTl Arr9oreult riAul NAN9uI x1MB I'EA "1111C T. 4 All111AUTT ARIBAs O IIAVE MOBwI S-111INTIMH0InlxiWe 11.1MANxsnl 1-1. INYO x19. Cu051 N nC lEULHT Nl9us nx0 ce00N0 COw9NUII eI INCDIID9ABI III IAMUSCAANDPIANS. TAUAUM OLO ox'NscAllou svl AcarueN lOR storlN. SITE CALCULATIONS 1e.appwlw-u.xwr.pas MA 1-1 NAI53111 Et SHRUBS ILAIION IIIANIID DIx311Y 10 A[le[v[ Im IJ9[Ex1 Cpwenc[ w axl TIAN, 91 ORR sunk MS NIau0 It UND IN ARIAS Ixclw Ill PI—Ax All iMAU IINAMIxIM r1AMINL PROPOSED PLANTING AREA 115,1826F IT 6 ACRES) VUES III I xNCSwRI xoIN 191Ixtw NUx MS AOMCixl Nll.IxBINc RASIWRIOSWALE AREA USE 519UCIlnt3 Ax01xAIIKsxAlllwls, TOTAL LANDSCAPE AREA 115.1825FI?.ACRES) 14 1 MN I"SIDIx Dx,M lx w I1'1xtxYpII_ ULA3 IY-wplolS. N.IS aRIA�'DSLA N SHEET I OF 5 DDWNRADRxMAIgNBAllpwmwlxx„DIAIIDN,IR9MLLJ IA" LANDSCAPE MASTER PLAN METER.GAS METER. OR EWER IAT SERALSMINIMUM M OFIIUAWAY FROM POWER PC —MINIMUM OF BAWAY FROM FIRENYDRANib AND FIRE DEPARTMENT SPRINKLER AND STANDPIPE CONNECTIONS LANDSCAPE CONCEPT PLAN FOR: RENDEZVOUS - PHASE 11 APN 70- Development 94 - 70-Pla0 ft 944 37 _o15 so 944-370.001 944-370-006 944-370-008 944-370-012 scDl9: r=M). N o a1 H 944-370-005 944-370-007 944-370.010 944-370-013 RENDEZVOUS MULTI -FAMILY LP CITY OF TEMECULA ASS.wlg T PETWASI STATION BIKE RAC DRINKING FOUNTAIN, PET DRINKING FOUNT/ POOL / RECREATION AREA ENLARGEMENT 1"=10' LANDSCAPE CONCEPT PLAN FOR: RENDEZVOUS - PHASE II RENDEZVOUS MULTI -FAMILY LP 101 LOT. SHADE SAIL. RUBBERIZED SURFACE APN A" S Development Plan p PA3 20.1325 944-370-001 944-370-006 944-370-006 944-370.012 944-370-005 944-370-007 944-370-010 944-370-013 SHEET 3 OF 5 ENLARGEMENT rn-rmmm� o to m m' Scde: I"=1n' a faq NORTH CITY OF TEMECULA «NA°Kl A PA DTkArKIT AP/ BUIL CONCEPTUAL PLANT LEGEND -TYPICAL PLANTING 10TAIIIA1 IAI &2W29_q_1LAy.L BtUn g&Q'A A111"I I— GUJ All 121 "A "O 1PEES ­.. 1"1111AII" 121 1:21" 11 A, I IAI=1.11111 I A I" �11 I-01 A ■ 1,Lu 1 A "DZE'2. A::...— O VE011CALACUNN O —A.- =`Z­ ...... A I.- 11A A I :A I 'y" AIT A I I A�= -A 10—OU11 SHROS I PEREN.— f R OB A A=- -rob � A... c: A V..A .1 CA 11A "1..TA1V.=-R1 1.2 I =EI LOW AID 1E01U1 11fl— -0—OVERS A:,�0.1'. I D. R011R01E I 1A111N & 0 G I.CW IA1­ 10.24' 1 .. 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L - `� a u�,,l� a um j W ........... wr ----........\ % O aSls �mm 8yYI8rt _ FF I J i on] B][ m r x.B BB�N ». n'or A PART T ♦sEYENTS AND OEDIO;TION NOTES 4y r _ _ wmrx,u nroa; ey uc¢ x1Iq o ;1- r-; wB n6/BB-BI IhC ww¢]; © 9 M a-/.tI u]4 PA20-1325 tl 0 nIPN E —ELLS ELL PLAN VIEW EXTERIOR LIGHT POLLUTION MUST COMPLY WITH ®FLIfSH RILL aox, rYP CGC SECTION 5.106.8 ALL LIGHT FIXTURES ARE DARK SKY COMPLIANT John Wasson Architects, Inc. 726 ChelhChclham Way Santa Barbara C A mA 93108 �N'l M°. (805)-969-7280 e+ags 4— «,°.»•.mxw. a,«<.,�wH.o A BOLLARD BASE DETAIL SCALE : NONE _ — �—�--JJ—�—❑—aJ , 1 l2; — —-—��°--- 12 DEL�ORATNE 7'� { '>' Y _ I,•I DECDRnrIVE _ O. eCO 16 BOLLARD LI6NT U 1 t Pni Copyright ��— 2l LIEI�i ttPlr LAL ( l tl „V l], �• 1", --A IJ TYPILAL NGE � / '' 13 S ��� � -� �• PE SITE LIGHTING PLAN SITE LIGHTING NORTH PLAN J= E1.1 .T � . ......... PARKING LOT Pd.E LIGNT DSAP SERIES LED DSAP SERIES -LED a. ....... . 0 TIT; In ­10 oz 9-s A—P I 4- SS b -­T­HE1- 'I­TF­­TLE F L-1 . "I" IIIIE5- ­ DSAP SERIES - LED =P- :c tz. ta - - �_._ = . - �.. — - - p r ------- - ---- 7. John Watson Architects, Inc. 726 Chelham Way Santa Barbara CA 9 3 1 0 8 (805)-969-7280 C,,.,Y LED ® PARKING LAHOPY LIGHT LED PARK HARBOR' me jl;llli,.�'TT Ti! �V- ROO- EMMUMMEMW e-- WE WALL--c R' —r— —T. FULL —OFF &q- WILL— •­ —1— ­­ HEIGHT, — —OFF u u P CA e BOLLARD LIGHT, ttPILAL Fo SITE LIGHTING FIXTURE CUT SHEETS LE3F"_ �e E1.3 GENERAL NO TES: 1. PARCEL OWNERS WILL RESERVE A RECIPROCAL EASEMENT FOR INGRESS, EGRESS, PARKING AND EMERGENCY ACCESS OVER THE COMMON AREAS WITHIN THIS TENTATIVE TRACT MAP. 2. EXISTING LAND USE: VACANT 3. PROPOSED LAND USE: MULTI -FAMILY 4. EXISTING & PROPOSED ZONING: PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY (PDO) 5 5. EXISTING ZONING: PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY (PDO) 5 6. SURROUNDING ZONING: H, M & LM 7. METHOD OF SEWAGE DISPOSAL: GRAVITY SEWER 8. THE ENTIRE TENTATIVE MAP AREA IS UNDER ONE OWNERSHIP 9. ALL EXISTING POWERPOLES AND ELECTRICAL VAULTS TO REMAIN 10. LAND IS NOT SUBJECT TO NATURAL FAULT LINES 11. LAND HAS A LOW PROBABILITY OF LIQUEFACTION, SEISMICALLY INDUCED SETTLEMENT AND LATERAL SPREADING 12. THE LAND SHOWN ON THIS TENTATIVE MAP LIES ENTIRELY WITHIN FLOOD ZONE "X", BEING DESCRIBED AS "MINIMAL FLOOD HAZARD" PER FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAP (FIRM) - COMMUNITY PANEL NO. 06065C2720G, DATED AUGUST 28, 20058 13. ALL PROPOSED INTERNAL STREET WIDTHS ARE 24" MINIMUM 14. ALL INTERNAL CURVE RADII ARE A MINIMUM OF 21' 15. PROJECT IS ONE PHASE PROPERTY /NFORMA T/ON.• OWNER/APPLICANT) SOILS ENGINEER: RENDEZVOUS MULTI -FAMILY LP ED ENGINEERING SOLUTIONS 7210 JORDAN AVE., #67 3146 TIGER RUN COURT, SUITE 118 CANOGA PARK, CA 91303 CARLSBAD, CA 92010 CONTACT: BART BUCHALTER CONTACT: MOHAMMED JOOLAZADEH, GE #2199 (818) 266-7871 (760) 431-3747 BART@MJWGROUP.COM REPORTS DATE: NOVEMBER 18, 2019 REPORT NO.: PWD-72988.4B ENGINEER: DRC ENGINEERING, INC 160 S OLD SPRINGS ROAD, SUITE 210 ANAHEIM HILLS, CA 92808 CONTACT: RENE VARGA (714) 685-6860 X337 (714) 685-6801 RVARGA@DRC-ENG.COM ARCHITECT: JOHN WATSON ARCHITECTS, INC. 726 CHELHAM WAY SANTA BARBARA, CA 93108 CONTACT: JOHN WATSON (805) 69-7280 MONTECITOARCHITECT@GMAIL.COM MAP PREPARA T/ON DA TE NOVEMBER 06, 2020 SCHOOL D/STR/CT TEMECULA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 31350 RANCHO VISTA RD TEMECULA, CA 92592-6202 (951) 676-2661 DA TA TABLE /NFORMA TION ASSESSORS PARCEL NUMBERS: 944-370-006, 944-370-005, 944-370-013, 944-370-001, 944-370-007, 944-370-012, 944-370-010, 944-370-008 LEGAL DESCRIPTION: PARCEL 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7 OF PARCEL MAP 31023, RECORDED IN MAP BOOK 216, PAGES 80 & 81, IN THE CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA EXISTING & PROPOSED ZONING DESIGNATION: PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY (PDO-5) NUMBER OF LOTS: 1 NUMBER OF OPEN SPACE LOTS: 0 LOT SIZE: 22.82 ACRES GENERAL PLAN DESIGNATION: EXISTING: PO (A&B), MULTI -FAMILY (C) PROPOSED: MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (M) EXISTING LAND USE/PROPOSED LAND USE: VACANT/MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL TOTAL GROSS AREA: 1,000,374 SF 22.97 ACRES TOTAL NET AREA: 994,091 SF 22.82 ACRES APPROXIMATE EARTHWORK QUANTITIES: 27,322 CY (CUT), 3,562 CY (FILL), 23,716 CY (NET EXPORT) NAME OF UTILITY PURVEYORS AND TYPE OF SEWAGE DISPOSAL: - SEWER EASTERN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT 2270 TRUMBLE RD PERRIS, CA 92570 951-928-3777 - WATER RANCHO CALIFORNIA WATER 41235 WINCHESTER RD TEMECULA, CA 92590 951-296-6900 - GAS SO CAL GAS COMPANY 1981 W LUGONIA REDLANDS, CA 92374 213-244-1200 - TELEPHONE FRONTIER COMMUNICATIONS 9 S 4TH ST REDLANDS, CA 92373 855-295-7926 - ELECTRIC SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON 24487 PRIELIPP DR WILDOMAR, CA 92595 951-249-8301 - CABLE SPECTRUM 7337 CENTRAL AVE RIVERSIDE, CA 92504 833-267-6097 OWNER'S STA TEMENT WE HEREBY STATE WE ARE THE OWNERS OF THE LAND INCLUDED WITHIN THE SUBDIVISION SHOWN HEREON; THAT WE ARE THE ONLY PERSONS WHOSE CONSENT IS NECESSARY TO PASS A A CLEAR TITLE TO SAID LAND: THAT WE CONSENT TO THE MAKING AND RECORDING OF THIS SUBDIVISION MAP AS SHOWN WITHIN THE DISTINCTIVE BORDER LINE. BASIS OF BEARING THE BASIS OF BEARING FOR THIS MAP IS THE CENTERLINE OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD (FORMERLY LONG VALLEY ROAD) BEING NORTH 81'16'06" EAST PER TRACT 12189-1, RECORDED IN MAP BOOK 134, PAGES 91 THROUGH 93, INCLUSIVE RECORDS OF RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA EA SEMEN NO TES: OA AN EASEMENT IN FAVOR OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY AND CALIFORNIA WATER AND TELEPHONE COMPANY FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES, PER INSTRUMENT NO. 40992, RECORDED APRIL 19, 1966 - TO REMAIN O EASEMENT DEDICATED TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA FOR PUBLIC UTILITY PURPOSES, TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF INGRESS AND EGRESS FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES, PARCEL MAP 31023, PARCELS 1-8, PMB 216/80-81 - TO BE VACATED O EASEMENT RETAINED FOR PRIVATE USE FOR THE SOLE BENEFIT OF LOT OWNERS, SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNEES FOR THE RECIPROCAL DRAINAGE AND RECIPROCAL INGRESS AND EGRESS, PER PARCEL MAP 31023, PARCELS 1-8, PMB 216/80-1 - TO BE VACATED Op EASEMENT DEDICATED TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA FOR TRAFFIC SIGNAL LOOP DETECTORS, PER PARCEL MAP 31023, PARCELS 1-8, PMB 216/80-81 - TO REMAIN OE EASEMENT IN FAVOR OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA WATER DISTRICT FOR WATER AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES, PER INSTRUMENT NO. 2005-0286945, RECORDED APRIL 12, 2005 - TO BE VACATED O EASEMENT IN FAVOR OF RANCHO CALIFORNIA WATER DISTRICT FOR PIPELINES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES PER INSTRUMENT NO. 2019-0235421, RECORDED JUNE 5, 2019 - TO REMAIN O EASEMENT IN FAVOR OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES, PER INSTRUMENT NO. 2007-0091906, RECORDED FEBRUARY 07, 2007 - TO REMAIN OH EASEMENT IN FAVOR OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES, PER INSTRUMENT NO. 2007-0767317, RECORDED DECEMBER 27, 2007 - TO BE VACATED O EASEMENT IN FAVOR OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON COMPANY FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES, PER INSTRUMENT NO. 2019-0380030, RECORDED SEPTEMBER 25, 2019 - TO REMAIN O EASEMENT DEDICATED TO THE CITY OF TEMECULA FOR PRIVATE DRIVEWAY AND INCIDENTAL PURPOSES, PER PARCEL MAP 31023, PARCELS 1-8, PMB 216/80-81 - TO REMAIN ABUTTER'S RIGHTS OF INGRESS AND EGRESS TO OR FROM RANCHO CALIFORNIA ROAD, PER PARCEL MAP 31023 OF BOOK 216, PAGES 80 & 81 - TO REMAIN CITY OF TEMECULA, COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE, STATE OF CALIFORNIA TENTATIVE TRACT VIA P NO 3843 BEND A SUBDIVISION OF PARCELS 1, 59 69 7 AND 8 OF PARCEL MAP 31023 AS PER MAP N BOOK 261, PAGES 80 AND 81 OF PARCEL MAPS, TOGETHER WITH PARCEL "A, B 8c C" OF LOT LINE ADJUSTMENT N0. PA06-0264, RECORDED MARCH 28, 2007 AS INSTRUMENT N0. 2007-0208998 OF OFFICIAL RECORDS, BOTH RECORDS OF RIVERSIDE COUNTY. RANCHO CA L IFORN/A ROAD N81'16'06"E 0 0 LO G LO LO LO LO LO - - - - - N81 °16'06"E 106.91'� `D L22 L24 N81 °16'06"E 239.30' - - I /%/T/ C1 L15��C2 L16 N81 °16'06"E 154.55' ��� L1 L23 /??/7 I J� I /T7ii'77TT/T/T/7177Ti l>> L19 L20 %%? I J I IJ L18 I 15.0' y 15.0' E F 10.0' I E D 0 a; ICD40.5111 I (311 F I(6 I ICI II cc.)IZ A P G r 40.5' CD o' I I �� P B cl.� Noy C14 CO Of 0 t00 oIZIIkZ I o z I C6 iJ JI , B G I I ®I C7-- L28 L25 N81'16 37 E 174.92 N81 °637E 12.8 , J N81°17'19"E 117.43' C8- - - - - - - L L3 6 4 b L26 4&116'-3u.u----------- o6 C3 C14 N8116'_7'1�22.04'� L29 17 L8 � o N o C� rn J L7 _ Iy I �% P 1II �I! �� I; 00 �J 00 - I' z C)}4 , _ - --�-- - L11 , L L12 , i N81°16'06"E 146.15'L27 N81 07 38 E 164.16 14 I I �L4 '�N OF) / Q/ H I I \`�\�I HCD 14 NJ oo r // //� / / _� I I I ��, ,\ I L2 N81 °07'38"E 335.63' / 1 i H --- 7%- -�--- I H '1 4" '" � I I / �� z Lp / / A 10.0' I // 160, 60, _-__-_-____ - --- _ ------ __7 - - -------- / V J 15.22 AC I I N L i / / I ___----------------------------------� - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - L-- - - - - - - - - - - - - -N 79!+3 +2&0.30- 23 I 22 I 26 / I 39 37 36 27 I I 100 / 43 III 41 I 4u I I I \ I ®® I .I -- 0 O z I I I EXISTING ZONI \ °" \ ' Q LEVANDE PL - 50 °' T 60' 0' 60' 120' 180' GRAPHIC SCALE: 1 "=60' 66.0' 33.0' 33.0' 1\ SHEET INDEX: LOTS & EASEMENTS 1 PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT & SECTIONS 2 Line Table Line # Length Direction L1 55.06' N81°16'05.64"E L2 45.54' N81'07'38.40"E L3 52.08' N47'03'42.62"W L4 11.65' N8'42'40.69"W L5 29.78' N38'21'12.35"W L6 75.55' N19'10'16.80"W L7 13.88' N81'17'19.31"E L8 23.59' N81 *17'19.31 "E L9 33.99' N1'54'39.00"E L10 27.38' N8'55'40.00"W L11 61.30' N72'51'00.40"E L12 50.99' N77'50'22.00"E L13 56.42' N85'20'54.00"E L14 39.98' N81'15'16.00"E L15 31.05' N89'17'01.91 "W L16 39.71' N81'16'05.64"E L17 32.80' N53'42'50.00"W L18 40.50' N81'18'14.38"E L19 10.45' N8'20'20.27"W L20 40.50' N81 °18'14.36"E L21 32.25' N36'17'10.00"E L22 26.13' N76°13'54.36"W L23 62.51' N81'16'05.64"E L24 26.13' N58'46'05.64"E L25 14.00' N8'43'33.65"W L26 56.40' N81'16'37.01 "E L27 39.64' N81'16'05.64"E L28 5.11' N81'16'37.01 "E L29 4.58' N8'42'40.69"W L30 27.20' N1'23'54.71"W L31 18.11' N1'23'54.71"W L32 26.77' N71'24'37.26"E L33 33.73' N71'54'18.00"E Curve Table Curve # Length Radius Delta C1 27.83' 168.75' 9.45' C2 31.78' 192.75' 9.45' C3 42.92' 150.00' 16.40' C4 9.90' 100.00' 5.67' C5 12.76' 100.00' 7.31' C6 12.11' 100.00' 6.94' C7 35.94' 100.00' 20.59' C8 25.83' 150.00' 9.87' EX. BOUNDARY -- PROP. BOUNDARY -- EX. LOT LINE - - EASEMENT - RETAINING WAL FIRE HYDRANT AC ACRES BLDG BUILDING DU DWELLING UNITS ESMT EASEMENT EX. EXISTING EV# FUTURE ELECTRIC VEHICLE STALL & NUMBER COUNT FF FINISH FLOOR FH FIRE HYDRANT LM LOW MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL PA PROPERTY LINE PR. PROPOSED R/W RIGHT -A -WAY SCE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON SD STORM DRAIN TR TRACT 1. SEE CONCEPTUAL UTILITY PLANS FOR THE PROJECT'S PROPOSED STORM DRAIN IMPROVEMENTS 2. SEE CONCEPTUAL GRADING PLANS FOR THE PROJECT'S PROPOSED GRADING DESIGNS . • r I 4il I IAy/GIz/.". C mWW/j I/. 1 A'//' �. I Ill I /. u^ pp� • ,i% lip � a e N d\�`�1PUMA lip ��11� -31 /%/ 601rLSI INN _'mill C�r WO IWI-M SEA � :::_II��E� *�MW ii1� .. �� � \� `Ilr r• I�I�� � 'n� II �II��=� k ,� I�� SD �1►1�i:: uN A -A OJI'//l UI V E THAGT MAP 3t304 EXHIBIT "A" OJAW ff: 001 ADVISORS IN: REAL ESTATE AFFORDABLE HOUSING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BERKELEY A.JERRY KEYSER TIMOTHYC. KELLY DEBBIE M. KERN DAVID DOEZEMA KEVIN FEENEY Los ANGELES KATHLEEN H. HEAD JAM Ls A. RAPE GREGORY D. SOOT Ioo KEVIN F. ENGSTROM JULIE L. ROMEY Tim BRETZ SAN DIEGO PAUL C. MARRA > IL-2fl. KEYSER MARSTON ASSOCIATES. ADVISORS IN PUBLIC/PRIVATE REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT MEMORANDUM To: Scott Cooper, Associate Planner II City of Temecula From: KEYSER MARSTON ASSOCIATES, INC. Date: June 9, 2022 Subject: Rendezvous —Final Fiscal Impact Analysis INTRODUCTION A. Objective In accordance with Keyser Marston Associates, Inc.'s (KMA's) agreement for consulting services with the City of Temecula (City), KMA has undertaken a Fiscal Impact Analysis (FIA) for the Rendezvous project (Project) proposed by Rendezvous Multi -Family LP (Applicant). The Project is planned to include 134 rental apartment units. The Project will be located at the southwest quadrant of Rancho California Road and Cosmic Drive (Project Site). The Project Site is located in a Planned Development Overlay with an underlying land use of Professional Office (PO). The Applicant is proposing a General Plan Amendment to develop Medium Density Residential (M). This FIA prepared by KMA evaluated the recurring General Fund revenues and expenditures generated by the proposed Project over a 20-year period. The 20-year period begins at the completion and occupancy of the Project's first residential units, which is assumed to be Fiscal Year (FY) 2024. B. Methodology In completing this assignment, KMA undertook the following principal work tasks: • Reviewed background materials and planning/zoning documents relevant to the Project and the Site. 555 W. BEECH STREET, SUITE 460 , SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA 92101 r PHONE: 619 718 9500 , FAX: 619 718 9508 22059kal W W W. KEYS E RMARSTO N. COM 19454.051.001 To: Scott Cooper, City of Temecula Subject: Rendezvous — Final Fiscal Impact Analysis June 9, 2022 Page 2 • Reviewed the City's FY 2021 General Fund Operating Budget to understand the City's fiscal condition and revenue/expenditure parameters. • Interviewed key City staff regarding cost -of -service structure and approach to provide services to the Project. • Collected and reviewed demographic and economic trends for the Temecula area. • Collected and reviewed residential market data to substantiate inputs provided by the Applicant. • Responded to follow-up comments and additional market data provided by the Applicant. • Estimated recurring annual revenues and municipal service expenditures as a result of the Project. C. Report Organization Following this introduction: • Section II presents a summary of the KMA key findings. • Section III provides a projection of the fiscal impact of the Project on the City's General Fund over the 20-year period. • Finally, Section IV presents limiting conditions pertaining to this report. II. KEY FINDINGS A. Project — 20-Year Fiscal Impact • The Project is estimated to yield a negative net fiscal impact to the City's General Fund, each year, over the projected 20-year period. • The major revenue categories generated by the Project during this 20-year period include indirect (off -site) sales tax, Measure S revenues, property tax, property tax in -lieu of vehicle license fee (VLF), and franchise fees. • The major expenditure categories generated by the Project during this 20-year period include Police, Fire, Public Works, Community Development, and Community Development. 22059 ka I 19454.051.001 To: Scott Cooper, City of Temecula June 9, 2022 Subject: Rendezvous — Final Fiscal Impact Analysis Page 3 • The Project's fiscal impact is estimated at negative $6,000, or negative $44 per unit, in stabilized Year 1 (FY 2024 dollars) and is projected to reach negative $124,000, or negative $928 per unit, in Year 20 (FY 2043 dollars), as shown in Table II-1 below. ImpactTable 11-1: Fiscal FY 2024 FY 2043 General Fund Revenues $164,000 $260,000 General Fund Expenditures 170 000 384 000 Annual Net Fiscal Impact to City ($6,000) ($124,000) Deficit per Unit per Year ($44) ($928) Revenue to Expense Ratio 0.96 0.68 III. 20-YEAR FISCAL IMPACT OF PROJECT A. Overview of Methodology This section presents the KMA methodology used to estimate the fiscal impact on the City's General Fund resulting from the development of the proposed Project. The detailed KMA 20-year fiscal impact model is provided in Appendices A and B of this report and summarized below. Demographic and Economic Overview Table III-1 presents the findings of the KMA review of demographic and economic factors for the City. The data consist of population, number of housing units, and total jobs. More detail is presented in Appendix A, Table A-1. Table 111-1: Demographic Overview, City of Temecula 2020 Estimate Population 111,970 Housing Units 36,550 Jobs 54,313 22059 ka I 19454.051.001 To: Scott Cooper, City of Temecula June 9, 2022 Subject: Rendezvous — Final Fiscal Impact Analysis Page 4 Overview of City General Fund Budget Table III-2 below provides an overview of the City's FY 2021 Revised General Fund budget. A more detailed analysis can be found in Appendix A, Table A-2. As shown, the City was operating at a net surplus of $218,000 in FY 2021. General Fund Revenues $79,536,000 General Fund Expenditures ($79,318,000) Net Surplus/(Deficit) $218,000 Revenues to Expenditures Ratio 1.00 Appendix A, Tables A-3 and A-4 also show the department revenues and expenditures used to calculate the per capita impacts to the General Fund from the development of the proposed Project. The revenues shown are strictly departmental revenues and exclude such revenues as property and sales tax, which are estimated based on projected increases in assessed value and taxable sales as a result of development of the Project, respectively. The expenditures used in this analysis reflect a deduction for citizen/user payments in the form of Charges for Services to yield net (unreimbursed) expenditures. B. Key Assumptions — Project As shown in Table III-3 below, the Project will include 134 rental apartment units. A more detailed description of the Project can be found in Appendix B, Table B-2. Site Area Apartments — Rental Density 7.60 Net Acres 134 Units 18 Units/Net Acre Table III-4 presents the assumed absorption schedule for the Project. It is anticipated that for each product type, the first occupancy and stabilized occupancy will occur by FY 2024. A more detailed analysis of the projected annual absorption of the Project can be found in Appendix B, Table B-3. 22059 ka I 19454.051.001 To: Scott Cooper, City of Temecula Subject: Rendezvous — Final Fiscal Impact Analysis June 9, 2022 Page 5 FY 2024 FY 2025 Total Apartments — Rental 134 0 134 (1) Assumes construction begins 7/1/22 with an opening date of 1/1/24. C. Key Assumptions to Fiscal Impact Projection General Approach Assumptions used in the FIA are based on an assessment of future circumstances regarding population, employment, property valuation, and taxable sales. Table III-5 below provides a summary of the key assumptions used in this analysis. Population 2.00 Persons per Unit Resident Equivalents 0.33 Employees per Resident Residential Value $350,000 Per Unit (FY 2021) (1) (1) KMA estimate. Based on review of recent multi -family residential building sales in Temecula and North San Diego County. The FIA also estimates other General Fund revenues and expenditures based on a modified per capita measure known as "resident equivalents." The approach combines residents and employees to form a single service population. As summarized below, the resident equivalent approach weighs an employee as 0.33 residents, such that three employees are viewed as having the same impact as one resident. Table 111-6: Total Resident Equivalents Total Total Total Total Resident Population Employment Population Equivalents (1) + Jobs City of Temecula 111,970 54,313 166,283 129,893 Rendezvous Project 255 0 255 255 (1) Assumes a resident equivalent factor of 0.33 (three employees have approximately the same impact as one resident). 22059 ka I 19454.051.001 To: Scott Cooper, City of Temecula Subject: Rendezvous — Final Fiscal Impact Analysis General Fund Revenues June 9, 2022 Page 6 This section discusses the recurring General Fund revenue assumptions utilized to estimate the impact of the proposed Project. Annual recurring revenues generated by the Project, such as Property Tax and Sales and Use Tax, were estimated based on assumed real estate market factors such as market values/rents for the residential units. One-time revenues, such as Development Impact Fees and building permits used to offset one-time City costs, were not evaluated in this FIA. To reflect pre-COVID-19 pandemic operating levels, Franchise Fees; Licenses and Permits; Fines and Forfeitures; and other revenues were estimated by using a three (3)-year historical average of actual revenue received from FY 2018 to FY 2020. The historical average figure was then divided by the applicable service population to estimate a per capita or "per resident equivalent" factor. This factor was then applied to the number of new residents anticipated for the Project. As shown in Table III-7 below, KMA applied the following escalation factors to estimate the annual General Fund revenues to the City over a 20-year period. The annual escalation factors were based on KMA's review of recent historical valuation trends in the City, as well as discussions with the City's Finance Department. Table 111-7: Annual Revenue Escalation Factors Escalation Factor Assessed Value (1) Pre -Build -out 5.0% Post -Build -out 2.0% Sales Tax 3.0% Measure S (2) 3.0% Special Tax (Measure C) (3) 0.0% Franchise Fees 1.5% Other General Fund Revenues 2.5% (1) Reflects assumed market escalation. (2) Measure S is an additional 1.0% sales tax utilized to fund general City services. (3) Measure C authorized the Temecula Community Services District (TCSD) to assess and collect the Parks and Lighting Special Tax. All property owners pay this tax. General Fund Expenditures This section discusses the recurring annual General Fund expenditure assumptions utilized to estimate the impact of the Project at build -out. 22059 ka I 19454.051.001 To: Scott Cooper, City of Temecula Subject: Rendezvous — Final Fiscal Impact Analysis June 9, 2022 Page 7 Annual recurring expenditures, including Fire, Public Works, and City Council, were estimated by applying a per capita or "per resident equivalent" cost estimate to the number of new residents anticipated from build -out of the Project, with the exception of Police. To estimate Police expenditures, KMA applied the Project's pro rata share of one (1) new police officer, at an approximate annual cost of $352,000, per 1,000 population added to the City. The City's Asset Management Fund, a direct interfund transfer from the Measure S Fund into four (4) separate Asset Management Funds (Street Replacement Fund, Vehicles/Equipment Fleet Replacement Fund, Facilities Replacement Fund, and Technology Replacement Fund), was also included in addition to the General Fund expenditure analysis. Annual escalation factors for each major expenditure category were estimated by KMA based on five- year financial projections for the General Fund presented in the City's Budget. As shown in Table III-8, General Fund expenditures are anticipated to increase at escalation rates ranging between 2.0% and 5.0% per year. KMA also applied a marginal cost adjustment to each expenditure category to reflect that General Fund expenditures do not typically have a 1:1 relationship between projected population growth and demand for municipal services, such as overhead and administrative functions within City government. As shown in Table III-8, the marginal cost adjustments assumed by KMA ranged between 0% (no adjustment to per capita assumptions) to 100% (expenditures not impacted by the Project). 22059 ka I 19454.051.001 To: Scott Cooper, City of Temecula Subject: Rendezvous — Final Fiscal Impact Analysis June 9, 2022 Page 8 Table 111-8: Annual Expenditure Escalation Factors Escalation Factor Marginal Cost Impact Adjustment (1) Police 5.00% 5.0% Public Works — Land Development, Public Works, etc. 2.50% 10.0% Fire 5.00% 5.0% Public Works — Parks & Maintenance 2.50% 10.0% Community Development 2.75% 20.0% Finance 2.75% 30.0% City Clerk 3.00% 30.0% Retiree Medical Contribution 3.00% 90.0% City Attorney 2.00% 40.0% City Council 2.75% 40.0% Community Support 2.00% 80.0% PERS Replacement Benefit 3.00% 100.0% Property Tax Administration 2.00% 30.0% Asset Management Fund 2.50% 0.0% General Government 2.50% 40.0% (1) Reflects adjustment to expenditure categories that do not typically have a 1:1 relationship between population growth and demand for municipal services. For example, an increase in population will demand 95% of Police municipal services expenditures per net new resident equivalent. D. Annual Fiscal Impact to General Fund General Fund Revenues Table III-9 summarizes the KMA estimate of recurring General Fund revenues during the Project's build - out year (FY 2024). As shown, Sales Tax and Measure S revenues, in the form of off -site resident spending captured within the City, represent the largest components of General Fund revenues as a result of the Project. The Project's 255 new residents are expected to generate $80,200 of net new revenues (in the form of Sales Tax/Measure S revenues) to the City in FY 2024. This represents about 48.8% of total revenues generated by the Project. Property Tax and Property Tax In -Lieu of Vehicle License Fee (VLF) revenues are the next largest source of General Fund revenues to be generated by the Project's 134 residential units. In FY 2024, the Project is projected to generate approximately $27,000 in Property Tax and $30,600 in Property Tax In -Lieu of VLF revenues. In combination, these sources represent 35.1% of the total General Fund revenues to be generated by the Project. 22059 ka I 19454.051.001 To: Scott Cooper, City of Temecula June 9, 2022 Subject: Rendezvous — Final Fiscal Impact Analysis Page 9 The other sources, including Franchise Fees, Property Transfer Tax, Measure C, Franchise Fees, and all other revenue sources, are anticipated to account for the remaining 16.1% of General Fund revenues generated by the Project. 2024Table 111-9: General Fund Revenues in FY Total % of Total Property Tax $27,000 16.4% Property Tax In -Lieu of VLF $30,600 18.6% Property Transfer Tax $3,000 1.8% Sales Tax — Resident Spending $41,600 25.3% Measure S — Resident Spending (1) $38,600 23.5% Measure C (2) $7,500 4.6% Franchise Fees $7,700 4.7% Business Licenses $600 0.4% Fines and Forfeitures $1,500 0.9% Vehicle License Fees $200 0.1% Operating Transfers In — Gas Tax/SLESF $5,400 3.3% Miscellaneous Revenue 500 0.3% Total Revenues (Rounded) $164,000 100.0% (1) Measure S is an additional 1.0% sales tax utilized to fund general City services. (2) Measure C authorized the Temecula Community Services District (TCSD) to assess and collect the Parks and Lighting Special Tax. All property owners pay this tax. General Fund Expenditures As shown in Table III-10, the total annual General Fund expenditures to provide services to the Project are estimated at $170,000 in FY 2024. Major expenditure categories were estimated based on projections from current service levels. As shown, the Project's pro rats cost for Police represents the largest of the Project -generated expenditures at $98,800, or 58.2% of total expenditures. Fire services represent the second largest expenditure at $20,800, or 12.2% of the total Project - generated expenditures. The remaining departmental expenditures, including, but not limited to, Public Works, Asset Management Fund, and General Government, account for a combined $50,300, or 29.6% of total expenditures. 22059 ka I 19454.051.001 To: Scott Cooper, City of Temecula Subject: Rendezvous — Final Fiscal Impact Analysis Table 111-10: General Fund Expenditures in FY 2024 of Total Total Police $98,800 58.2% City Council $800 0.5% Community Support $100 0.1% General Government $6,200 3.6% City Clerk $2,000 1.2% City Attorney $1,200 0.7% Finance $4,500 2.6% Community Development $6,700 3.9% Public Works — Land Development, etc. $13,400 7.9% Public Works — Park Maintenance $8,800 5.2% Fire (1) $20,800 12.2% Property Tax Administration $100 0.1% Retiree Medical Contribution $200 0.1% PERS Replacement Benefit $0 0.0% Asset Management Fund $6,300 3.7% Total Expenditures (Rounded) $170,000 100.0% (1) Expenditures are net of the County Structure Fire Protection Tax. Annual Fiscal Impact June 9, 2022 Page 10 Comparison of the annual revenues and annual expenditures generated by the Project indicates that it will yield a negative net fiscal impact to the City's General Fund each year over the 20-year period. As shown in Table III-11, the Project's net fiscal impact is estimated at negative $6,000, or negative $44 per unit, at build -out in Year 1 (FY 2024). The Project's net fiscal impact reaches negative $124,000, or negative $928 per unit, by Year 20 (FY 2043). A more detailed analysis is presented in Appendix B. 22059 ka I 19454.051.001 To: Scott Cooper, City of Temecula Subject: Rendezvous - Final Fiscal Impact Analysis June 9, 2022 Page 11 111-11: Annual General General ImpactTable Fund Revenues to General Fund Recurring Per Unit Per Fiscal Fund Expenditures Expenditures Surplus/(Deficit) Year (2) Year Revenues (1) Ratio 2024 $164,000 $170,000 ($6,000) ($44) 0.96 2025 $168,000 $177,000 ($9,000) ($69) 0.95 2026 $172,000 $185,000 ($13,000) ($96) 0.93 2027 $176,000 $193,000 ($17,000) ($124) 0.91 2028 $180,000 $201,000 ($21,000) ($154) 0.90 2029 $185,000 $210,000 ($25,000) ($187) 0.88 2030 $189,000 $219,000 ($30,000) ($221) 0.86 2031 $194,000 $229,000 ($35,000) ($258) 0.85 2032 $199,000 $238,000 ($39,000) ($297) 0.84 2033 $204,000 $249,000 ($45,000) ($338) 0.82 2034 $208,000 $260,000 ($52,000) ($383) 0.80 2035 $214,000 $271,000 ($57,000) ($430) 0.79 2036 $219,000 $283,000 ($64,000) ($480) 0.77 2037 $224,000 $296,000 ($72,000) ($533) 0.76 2038 $230,000 $309,000 ($79,000) ($590) 0.74 2039 $235,000 $322,000 ($87,000) ($649) 0.73 2040 $241,000 $337,000 ($96,000) ($712) 0.72 2041 $247,000 $352,000 ($105,000) ($780) 0.70 2042 $253,000 $367,000 ($114,000) ($852) 0.69 2043 $260,000 $384,000 ($124,000) ($928) 0.68 (1) Includes Project -generated Measure S revenues. (2) Represents annual General Fund impact per unit based on anticipated annual absorption for the Project. Full build -out of the Project occurs in FY 2024. IV. LIMITING CONDITONS 1. The KMA analysis is based, in part, on data provided by secondary sources, such as state and local governments, planning agencies, real estate brokers, and other third parties. While KMA believes that these sources are reliable, we cannot guarantee their accuracy. 2. A projection of economic impacts is inherently based on judgment. While KMA considers these projections reasonable for planning purposes, it is the nature of forecasting that some assumptions may not materialize, and unanticipated events and circumstances may occur. Such changes may be material to the projections and conclusions herein and, if they occur, may require review or revision of this report. 22059 ka I 19454.051.001 To: Scott Cooper, City of Temecula June 9, 2022 Subject: Rendezvous — Final Fiscal Impact Analysis Page 12 3. The projections of future economic impact do not consider the potential adverse impacts of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and national recession that is likely to follow. 4. The accompanying projections and analyses are based on estimates and assumptions which were developed using currently available economic data, Project -specific data, and other relevant information. It is the nature of forecasting, however, that some assumptions may not materialize, and unanticipated events and circumstances may occur. Such changes are likely to be material to the projections and conclusions herein and, if they occur, require review or revision of this document. 5. Any estimates of revenue or cost projections are based on the best Project -specific and fiscal data available at this time as well as experience with comparable projects. They are not intended to be projections of actual future performance of any specific project. 6. Revenue estimates are based on the assumption that sufficient market support exists for the proposed uses and that the Project will achieve industry standard productivity levels. 7. KMA assumes that all applicable laws and governmental regulations in place as of the date of this document will remain unchanged throughout the projection period of our analysis. In the event that this does not hold true, i.e., if any tax rates change, the analysis would need to be revised. 8. Value estimates assume that any necessary entitlements or zoning changes for development can be obtained in a reasonable time frame. 9. Value estimates assume that property titles are good and marketable; no title search has been made, nor has KMA attempted to determine property ownership. The value estimates are given without regard to any questions of boundaries, encumbrances, liens, or encroachments. 10. Property tax projections reflect KMA's understanding of the assessment and tax apportionment procedures employed by the County. The County procedures are subject to change as a reflection of policy revisions or legislative mandate. While we believe our estimates to be reasonable, taxable values resulting from actual appraisals may vary from the amounts assumed in the projections. 11. No assurances are provided by KMA as to the certainty of the projected tax revenues shown in this document. Actual revenues may be higher or lower than what has been projected and are subject to valuation changes resulting from new developments or transfers of ownership not specifically 22059 ka I 19454.051.001 To: Scott Cooper, City of Temecula June 9, 2022 Subject: Rendezvous — Final Fiscal Impact Analysis Page 13 identified herein, actual resolution of outstanding appeals, future filing of appeals, or the non- payment of taxes due. 12. KMA is not advising or recommending any action be taken by the City with respect to any prospective, new, or existing municipal financial products or issuance of municipal securities (including with respect to the structure, timing, terms, and other similar matters concerning such financial products or issues). 13. KMA is not acting as a municipal advisor to the City and does not assume any fiduciary duty hereunder, including, without limitation, a fiduciary duty to the City pursuant to Section 15B of the Exchange Act with respect to the services provided hereunder and any information and material contained in KMA's work product. 14. The City shall discuss any such information and material contained in KMA's work product with any and all internal and/or external advisors and experts, including its own municipal advisors, that it deems appropriate before acting on the information and material. attachments 22059 ka I 19454.051.001 APPENDIX A FISCAL IMPACT ANALYSIS RENDEZVOUS Demographic Profile and City of Temecula General Fund Budget DEMOGRAPHICS TABLE A-1 DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE - CITY OF TEMECULA, 2020 ESTIMATES (1) RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA 2020 Estimates I. Population Population 111,970 Average Household Size 3.24 Jobs (2) 54,313 II. Housing Units Single -Family 30,001 82.1% Multi -Family 6,387 17.5% Mobile Homes 162 0.4% Total 36,550 100.0% III. Occupied Units 34,511 IV. Percent Vacant 5.6% (1) Source: California Department of Finance, January 1, 2020. (2) U.S. Census Bureau, OnTheMap Application and LEHD Origin -Destination Employment Statistics (Beginning of Quarter Employment, 2nd Quarter of 2002-2018). Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: is/Temecula—Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 14 GENERAL FUND BUDGET TABLE A-2 SUMMARY OF CITY OF TEMECULA GENERAL FUND BUDGET - FY 2021 OPERATING BUDGET RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA FY 2021 Revised Budget I. Revenues Property Tax $9,226,610 Sales and Use Tax $36,177,000 (Less) Sales Tax Sharing Agreement ($1,245,053) Franchise Fees $3,562,656 Transient Occupancy Tax $2,620,575 Special Tax (Measure C) $1,880,264 Licenses, Permits, and Service Charges $4,539,248 Fines and Forfeitures $419,774 Use of Money and Property $30,389 Intergovernmental Revenues $8,857,073 Reimbursements $3,033,843 Miscellaneous $187,702 Subtotal - Revenues $69,290,081 Add: Operating Transfers In - Gas Tax/SLESF/CARES Act $4,301,409 Add: Operating Transfers In - Measure S $5,944,780 Total Revenues $79,536,270 II. Expenditures City Council $592,662 Community Support $125,000 City Manager $1,631,333 Economic Development $1,672,989 Emergency Management $421,310 City Clerk $1,311,452 City Attorney $961,146 Finance $2,600,964 Human Resources $1,160,678 Planning $3,027,220 Building & Safety $3,299,788 Land Development $1,806,405 Public Works $6,268,854 CIP Admin $2,389,172 Parks Maintenance $4,008,007 Police $35,990,469 Fire $10,406, 302 Animal Control $450,177 Non -Departmental $1,193,629 Total Expenditures $79,317,557 III. Total Surplus/(Deficit) $218,713 Revenues to Expenditures Ratio 1.00 Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: is/Temecula—Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 15 GENERAL FUND BUDGET TABLE A-3 SUMMARY OF GENERAL FUND REVENUES RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA I. Revenues- Included in Analysis A. Taxes and Franchises Property Tax Sales Tax (t) Franchise Fees Special Tax (Measure C) Subtotal -Taxes and Franchises B. Business Licenses C. Fines and Forfeitures D. Intergovernmental Revenues Property Tax In -Lieu of VLF Vehicle License Fees Subtotal - Intergovernmental Revenues E. Operating Transfers In -Gas Tax General Fund Revenues FY 2021 Revised Budget Comments $9,226,610 projected based on increase in gross assessed value $34,931,947 projected based on taxable sales generated by incremental development $3,562,656 projected based on population $1,880,264 based on residential units and commercial acreage developed $49,601,477 $255,000 projected based on population and employment $419,774 projected based on population and employment $8,801,658 projected based on increase in gross assessed value 55 415 projected based on population $8,857,073 $2,639,716 projected based on population F. Miscellaneous $34,617 projected based on population and employment - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Total Revenues - Included in Analysis $61,807,657 s----------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------- II. Revenues - Excluded from Analysis A. Transient Occupancy Tax B. Reimbursements Capital Improvement Program PechangalGA Other Reimbursements Subtotal - Reimbursements C. Development Impact Fees D. Use of Money and Property Lease/Rental Income Investment Interest Other Subtotal - Use of Money and Property $2,620,575 hotel use not planned as part of Project $2,435,827 independent of projected incremental development $356,567 independent of projected incremental development 333 449 independent of projected incremental development $3,125,843 $18,000 independent of projected incremental development $148,089 independent of projected incremental development ($117,700) independent of projected incremental development 4 941 $35,330 E. Operating Transfers In Measure S Fund $5,944,780 independent of incremental development COPS $279,185 independent of incremental development Fire Station 73 Repayment $0 independent of incremental development CARES Act (State) $1,382,508 independent of incremental development Subtotal - Operating Transfers In $7,606,473 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I Total Revenues _Excluded from Analysis ------------------------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - $13,406,221 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ------------------- III. Charges for Services A. Deducted from Community Development Building $1,671,009 Development Fees $159,780 Planning $542,722 Total Deducted from Community Development $2,373,511 B. Deducted from Public Works Land Development $1,006,805 Public Works $4,750 Parks Maintenance $1,000 Total Deducted from Public Works $1,012,555 C. Deducted from Police $149,557 D. Deducted from Fire $786,769 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Total Charges for Services $4,322,392 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- IV. Total General Fund Revenues $79,536,270 (1) Includes Sales Tax Sharing Agreement. Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: i:/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 16 GENERAL FUND BUDGET TABLE A-4 SUMMARY OF GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA General Fund Net After Expenditures Deduction of FY 2021 Charges for Services Revised Budget (Table A-3) I. Expenditures Included in Analysis City Council $592,662 $0 $592,662 Community Support $125,000 $0 $125,000 General Government City Manager $1,631,333 Economic Development $1,672,989 Human Resources $1,160,678 Emergency Management $421,310 Subtotal General Government $4,886,310 $0 $4,886,310 City Clerk $1,311,452 $0 $1,311,452 City Attorney $961,146 $0 $961,146 Finance Finance $2,600,964 Animal Control $450,177 Subtotal Finance $3,051,141 $0 $3,051,141 Community Development Planning $3,027,220 Building & Safety $3,299,788 Subtotal Community Development $6,327,008 ($2,373,511) $3,953,497 Public Works Land Development $1,806,405 Public Works $6,268,854 Subtotal Public Works $8,075,259 ($1,011,555) $7,063,704 Public Works Parks Maintenance $4,008,007 ($1,000) $4,007,007 Fire $10,406,302 ($786,769) $9,619,533 Non -Departmental Retiree Medical Contribution $1,000,000 PERS Replacement Benefit $99,434 Property Tax Administration $94,195 Subtotal Non -Departmental $1,193,629 $0 $1,193,629 Add: Asset Management Fund $3,000,000 $0 $3,000,000 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Total Expenditures - Included in Analysis ---------------------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - $43,937,916 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - $39,765,081 II. Expenditures -Excluded from Analysis Police (1) $35,990,469 ($149,557) $35,840,912 CIP Administration $2,389,172 $0 $2,389,172 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Total Expenditures - Excluded from Analysis - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - $38,379,641 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - $38,230,084 III. Total General Fund Expenditures $82,317,557 $77,995,165 (1) Per City; police expenditures included in analysis reflect project pro rata share of one new police officer per 1,000 population. Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: i:/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 17 APPENDIX B FISCAL IMPACT ANALYSIS RENDEZVOUS 20-Year Projection TABLE B-1 SUMMARY OF ANNUAL GENERAL FUND IMPACT GENERATED BY PROJECT RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA Fiscal Year General Fund Revenues General Fund Expenditures Recurring Surplus/(Deficit) Per Unit Absorbed to Date Revenues to Expenditures Ratio 1 2024 $164,000 $170,000 ($6,000) ($44) 0.96 2 2025 $168,000 $177,000 ($9,000) ($69) 0.95 3 2026 $172,000 $185,000 ($13,000) ($96) 0.93 4 2027 $176,000 $193,000 ($17,000) ($124) 0.91 5 2028 $180,000 $201,000 ($21,000) ($154) 0.90 6 2029 $185,000 $210,000 ($25,000) ($187) 0.88 7 2030 $189,000 $219,000 ($30,000) ($221) 0.86 8 2031 $194,000 $229,000 ($35,000) ($258) 0.85 9 2032 $199,000 $238,000 ($39,000) ($297) 0.84 10 2033 $204,000 $249,000 ($45,000) ($338) 0.82 11 2034 $208,000 $260,000 ($52,000) ($383) 0.80 12 2035 $214,000 $271,000 ($57,000) ($430) 0.79 13 2036 $219,000 $283,000 ($64,000) ($480) 0.77 14 2037 $224,000 $296,000 ($72,000) ($533) 0.76 15 2038 $230,000 $309,000 ($79,000) ($590) 0.74 16 2039 $235,000 $322,000 ($87,000) ($649) 0.73 17 2040 $241,000 $337,000 ($96,000) ($712) 0.72 18 2041 $247,000 $352,000 ($105,000) ($780) 0.70 19 2042 $253,000 $367,000 ($114,000) ($852) 0.69 20 2043 $260,000 $384,000 ($124,000) ($928) 0.68 Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: is/Temecula-Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 18 TABLE B-2 PROJECT DESCRIPTION RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA I. Site Area II. Density III. Unit Mix Apartments IV. Parking Type Spaces Parking Ratio 7.60 Net Acres 18 Units/Net Acre 134 Units Garages/Carports 288 Spaces 2.15 Spaces/Unit Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: is/Temecula—Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 19 TABLE B-3 ANNUAL RESIDENTIAL ABSORPTION (1) RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA Total at 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Build -out FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026 FY 2027 FY 2028 FY 2029 FY 2030 FY 2031 FY 2032 FY 2033 I. Apartments - Rental 134 Units 134 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cumulative ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 134 134 134 134 134 134 134 134 134 134 II. Total Cumulative Units 134 Units 134 134 134 134 134 134 134 134 134 134 (1) Assumes construction begins 7/1/22 with an opening date of 1/1/24. Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: is/Temecula—Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 20 TABLE B-4 ESTIMATE OF TOTAL POPULATION RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA Dwelling Vacancy Total Resident I. Residential Units Factor (1) Persons/Unit (2) Population Apartments 134 Units 5.0% 2.00 255 Total Population 255 (1) KMA assumption reflecting average vacancy rate, based on typical lender underwriting criteria for residential uses. (2) KMA assumption based on industry standard household size by unit type. Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: is/Temecula—Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 21 TABLE B-5 POPULATION ESTIMATES RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA Total at Vacancy Persons 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 s 9 10 Build -out Factor Per Unit FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026 FY 2027 FY 2028 FY 2029 FY 2030 FY 2031 FY 2032 FY 2033 I. Apartments -Rental 134 Units 5.0% 2.00 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 II. Total Population 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: i:/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 22 TABLE B-5 POPULATION ESTIMATES RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA Total at Vacancy Persons 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Build -out Factor Per Unit FY 2034 FY 2035 FY 2036 FY 2037 FY 2038 FY 2039 FY 2040 FY 2041 FY 2042 FY 2043 I. Apartments -Rental 134 Units 5.0% 2.00 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 II. Total Population 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: i:/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 23 TABLE B-6 ESTIMATE OF ASSESSED VALUE (i) RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA I. Residential Apartments - Rental FY 2021 Dwelling Assessed Value Units Per Unit 134 Units $350,000 (1) Based on a review of sales of multi -family buildings apartment buildings in the City. Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: is/Temecula—Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 24 TABLE B-7 ANNUAL ASSESSED VALUE (1) RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026 FY 2027 FY 2028 FY 2029 FY 2030 FY 2031 FY 2032 FY 2033 I. Apartments - Rental $54,293,000 $55,378,000 $56,486,000 $57,616,000 $58,768,000 $59,943,000 $61,142,000 $62,365,000 $63,612,000 $64,885,000 II. Total Assessed Value $54,293,000 $55,378,000 $56,486,000 $57,616,000 $58,768,000 $59,943,000 $61,142,000 $62,365,000 $63,612,000 $64,885,000 (1) Assumes an escalation rate of 5.0% per year prior to Project build -out and 2.0% per year after Project build -out. Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: i:/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 25 TABLE B-7 ANNUAL ASSESSED VALUE (1) RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 FY 2034 FY 2035 FY 2036 FY 2037 FY 2038 FY 2039 FY 2040 FY 2041 FY 2042 FY 2043 I. Apartments - Rental $66,182,000 $67,506,000 $68,856,000 $70,233,000 $71,638,000 $73,071,000 $74,532,000 $76,023,000 $77,543,000 $79,094,000 II. Total Assessed Value $66,182,000 $67,506,000 $68,856,000 $70,233,000 $71,638,000 $73,071,000 $74,532,000 $76,023,000 $77,543,000 $79,094,000 (1) Assumes an escalation rate of 5.0% per year prior to Project build -out and 2.0% per year after Project build -out. Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: i:/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 26 TABLE B-8 ANNUAL RECURRING REVENUES -PROPERTY TAXES RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA I---------------------------------------------- Property Tax Levy 1.0% City Portion 4.97%; 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026 FY 2027 FY 2028 FY 2029 FY 2030 FY 2031 FY 2032 FY 2033 I. Apartments - Rental $26,984 $27,523 $28,074 $28,635 $29,208 $29,792 $30,388 $30,995 $31,615 $32,248 II. Total Property Tax Revenues $26,984 $27,523 $28,074 $28,635 $29,208 $29,792 $30,388 $30,995 $31,615 $32,248 Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: i:/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 27 TABLE B-8 ANNUAL RECURRING REVENUES -PROPERTY TAXES RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA I---------------------------------------------- Property Tax Levy 1.0% City Portion 4.97% 1 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 FY 2034 FY 2035 FY 2036 FY 2037 FY 2038 FY 2039 FY 2040 FY 2041 FY 2042 FY 2043 I. Apartments - Rental $32,892 $33,550 $34,221 $34,906 $35,604 $36,316 $37,042 $37,783 $38,539 $39,310 II. Total Property Tax Revenues $32,892 $33,550 $34,221 $34,906 $35,604 $36,316 $37,042 $37,783 $38,539 $39,310 Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: i:/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 28 TABLE B-9 ANNUAL RECURRING REVENUES - PROPERTY TAXES IN -LIEU OF VEHICLE LICENSE FEE RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA ---------------------------------------------• ;Vehicle License Fee $0.564 Per $1,000 in AV Growth ----------------------------------------------= 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026 FY 2027 FY 2028 FY 2029 FY 2030 FY 2031 FY 2032 FY 2033 I. Apartments -Rental $30,601 $31,213 $31,837 $32,474 $33,124 $33,786 $34,462 $35,151 $35,854 $36,571 II. Total Property Tax In -Lieu of VLF Revenues $30,601 $31,213 $31,837 $32,474 $33,124 $33,786 $34,462 $35,151 $35,854 $36,571 Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: i:/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 29 TABLE B-9 ANNUAL RECURRING REVENUES - PROPERTY TAXES IN -LIEU OF VEHICLE LICENSE FEE RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA ---------------------------------------------• ;Vehicle License Fee $0.564 Per $1,000 in AV Growth ----------------------------------------------= 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 FY 2034 FY 2035 FY 2036 FY 2037 FY 2038 FY 2039 FY 2040 FY 2041 FY 2042 FY 2043 I. Apartments - Rental $37,302 $38,049 $38,810 $39,586 $40,378 $41,185 $42,009 $42,849 $43,706 $44,580 II. Total Property Tax In -Lieu of VLF Revenues $37,302 $38,049 $38,810 $39,586 $40,378 $41,185 $42,009 $42,849 $43,706 $44,580 Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: i:/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 30 TABLE B-10 ANNUAL RECURRING REVENUES - PROPERTY TRANSFER TAX RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA I ------------------------------------------------------ • Transfer Tax (per $500 AV Growth) $0.550 City Share of Transfer Tax 50% I Turnover Rate (Residential) 10% 1 2 3 4 S 6 7 8 9 10 FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026 FY 2027 FY 2028 FY 2029 FY 2030 FY 2031 FY 2032 FY 2033 I. Apartments - Rental $2,986 $3,046 $3,107 $3,169 $3,232 $3,297 $3,363 $3,430 $3,499 $3,569 II. Total Property Transfer Tax Revenues $2,986 $3,046 $3,107 $3,169 $3,232 $3,297 $3,363 $3,430 $3,499 $3,569 Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: i:/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 31 TABLE B-10 ANNUAL RECURRING REVENUES - PROPERTY TRANSFER TAX RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA I ------------------------------------------------------ • Transfer Tax (per $500 AV Growth) $0.550 City Share of Transfer Tax 50% I Turnover Rate (Residential)------------------- 10%1 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 FY 2034 FY 2035 FY 2036 FY 2037 FY 2038 FY 2039 FY 2040 FY 2041 FY 2042 FY 2043 I. Apartments- Rental $3,640 $3,713 $3,787 $3,863 $3,940 $4,019 $4,099 $4,181 $4,265 $4,350 II. Total Property Transfer Tax Revenues $3,640 $3,713 $3,787 $3,863 $3,940 $4,019 $4,099 $4,181 $4,265 $4,350 Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: i:/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 32 TABLE B-11 ESTIMATE OF ANNUAL RECURRING REVENUES - SPENDING BY RESIDENTS RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA 2021 Apartments - Rental I. Estimate of Household Income Average Rent $2,646 (1) Total Annual Costs $31,752 of Income Spent on Housing 30% Annual Income Required $106,000 II. Number of Households Total Number of Residential Units 134 Occupancy Rate 95% Total Number of Full -Time Equivalent Households 127 III. Aggregate Household Income $13,494,000 (1) Per Developer. Assumes $2.68 per SF. Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename is \Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 33 TABLE B-12 ANNUAL RECURRING REVENUES - SALES TAX, RESIDENT SPENDING RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA i---------------------------------------------------1 I Taxable Spending by Residents (1) 33.5% 1 1 Temecula Spending Capture 80% 1 City Portion of Sales Tax 1.0% i i IAnnualEscalation--------------------------- 3_0%J 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026 FY 2027 FY 2028 FY 2029 FY 2030 FY 2031 FY 2032 FY 2033 I. Apartments -Rental $41,600 $42,800 $44,100 $45,500 $46,800 $48,200 $49,700 $51,200 $52,700 $54,300 ll. Total Sales Tax Revenues $41,600 $42,800 $44,100 $45,500 $46,800 $48,200 $49,700 $51,200 $52,700 $54,300 (1) KMA assumption, based on review of spending ratios in Southern California counties. Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: i:/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 34 TABLE B-12 ANNUAL RECURRING REVENUES - SALES TAX, RESIDENT SPENDING RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA i---------------------------------------------------1 I Taxable Spending by Residents (1) 33.5% 1 1 Temecula Spending Capture 80% 1 City Portion of Sales Tax 1.0% i i IAnnualEscalation--------------------------- 3_0%J 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 FY 2034 FY 2035 FY 2036 FY 2037 FY 2038 FY 2039 FY 2040 FY 2041 FY 2042 FY 2043 I. Apartments -Rental $55,900 $57,600 $59,300 $61,100 $62,900 $64,800 $66,800 $68,800 $70,800 $72,900 II. Total Sales Tax Revenues $55,900 $57,600 $59,300 $61,100 $62,900 $64,800 $66,800 $68,800 $70,800 $72,900 (1) KMA assumption, based on review of spending ratios in Southern Califcfornia counties. Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: i:/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 35 TABLE B-13 ANNUAL RECURRING REVENUES - MEASURE S RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA 1 Taxable Spending by Residents (t) 33.5% 1 ;Temecula Spending Capture 80% Measure S - Effective Revenues 1.0% Supporting Operations 90.0% 1 Annual Escalation `--------------------------------------------------� 3.0% 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026 FY 2027 FY 2028 FY 2029 FY 2030 FY 2031 FY 2032 FY 2033 I. Apartments - Rental $38,600 $39,700 $40,900 $42,100 $43,400 $44,700 $46,000 $47,400 $48,800 $50,300 II. Total Measure 5 Revenues $38,600 $39,700 $40,900 $42,100 $43,400 $44,700 $46,000 $47,400 $48,800 $50,300 (1) KMA assumption, based on review of spending ratios in Southern California counties. Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: is/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 36 TABLE B-13 ANNUAL RECURRING REVENUES - MEASURE S RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA 1 Taxable Spending by Residents (t) 33.5% 1 ;Temecula Spending Capture 80% Measure S - Effective Revenues 1.0% Supporting Operations 90.0% 1 Annual Escalation `--------------------------------------------------� 3.0% 1 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 FY 2034 FY 2035 FY 2036 FY 2037 FY 2038 FY 2039 FY 2040 FY 2041 FY 2042 FY 2043 I. Apartments - Rental $51,800 $53,400 $55,000 $56,600 $58,300 $60,100 $61,900 $63,700 $65,600 $67,600 II. Total Measure 5 Revenues $51,800 $53,400 $55,000 $56,600 $58,300 $60,100 $61,900 $63,700 $65,600 $67,600 (1) KMA assumption, based on review of spending ratios in Southern Califfornia counties. Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: is/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 37 TABLE B-14 ESTIMATE OF ANNUAL RECURRING REVENUES - OTHER REVENUES RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA Total Total Total Total Population/ Resident Demographic Profile: Population Employment Jobs Equivalents (3) City of Temecula 111,970 (1) 54,313 (2) 166,283 129,893 Rendezvous 255 0 255 255 Amount Per City Resident or New Residents/ FY 2021 Service Resident Resident Operating Budget (4) Population Equivalent Equivalents I. Franchise Fees $3,229,600 P $28.84 255 II. Business Licenses $265,700 RE $2.05 255 III. Fines and Forfeitures $724,600 RE $5.58 255 IV. Vehicle License Fees $67,600 P $0.60 255 V. Operating Transfers In - Gas Tax/SLESF $2,215,900 P $19.79 255 VI. Miscellaneous Revenue $249,100 RE $1.92 255 Legend: RE - Resident Equivalent P - Population (1) Source: California Department of Finance, January 1, 2020. (2) U.S. Census Bureau, OnTheMap Application and LEHD Origin -Destination Employment Statistics (Beginning of Quarter Employment, 2nd Quarter of 2002- 2018). (3) KMA assumption. Assumes that approximately three employees have the same impact as one resident. (4) Based on 3-year historical average (FY 2018 - FY 2020 Actual Revenue received). Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: is/Temecula—Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 40 TABLE B-15 ESTIMATE OF ANNUAL RECURRING REVENUES - OTHER REVENUES RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA Total Residential Population Total Resident Equivalents III. Other Annual General Fund Revenues (i) Franchise Fees (2) Business Licenses Fines and Forfeitures Vehicle License Fees Operating Transfers In - Gas Tax/SLESF Miscellaneous Revenue FY 2021 Amount Per Resident or Resident Service Equivalent Population $28.84 $2.05 $5.58 $0.60 $19.79 $1.92 P RE RE P P RE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026 FY 2027 FY 2028 FY 2029 FY 2030 FY 2031 FY 2032 FY 2033 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 $7,691 $7,806 $7,924 $8,042 $8,163 $8,285 $8,410 $8,536 $8,664 $8,794 $562 $576 $590 $605 $620 $636 $651 $668 $684 $702 $1,532 $1,570 $1,609 $1,650 $1,691 $1,733 $1,777 $1,821 $1,866 $1,913 $166 $170 $174 $179 $183 $188 $192 $197 $202 $207 $5,435 $5,570 $5,710 $5,852 $5,999 $6,149 $6,302 $6,460 $6,621 $6,787 527 540 553 567 581 596 611 626 642 658 IV. Total Other Revenues I $15,900 $16,200 $16,600 $16,900 $17,200 $17,600 $17,900 $18,300 $18,700 $19,1001 Legend: RE - Resident Equivalent P - Population (1) Assumes escalation factor of 2.5%. (2) Assumes escalation factor of 1.5%. Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: is/Temecula-Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 38 TABLE B-15 ESTIMATE OF ANNUAL RECURRING REVENUES - OTHER REVENUES RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA Total Residential Population Total Resident Equivalents III. Other Annual General Fund Revenues (i) Franchise Fees(2) Business Licenses Fines and Forfeitures Vehicle License Fees Operating Transfers In - Gas Tax/SLESF Miscellaneous Revenue FY 2021 Amount Per Resident or Resident Service Equivalent Population $28.84 $2.05 $5.58 $0.60 $19.79 $1.92 P RE RE P P RE 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 FY 2034 FY 2035 FY 2036 FY 2037 FY 2038 FY 2039 FY 2040 FY 2041 FY 2042 FY 2043 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 $8,926 $9,060 $9,196 $9,333 $719 $737 $755 $774 $1,961 $2,010 $2,060 $2,112 $212 $218 $223 $229 $6,957 $7,131 $7,309 $7,492 674 691 708 726 $9,473 $9,616 $9,760 $794 $814 $834 $2,164 $2,219 $2,274 $234 $240 $246 $7,679 $7,871 $8,068 744 763 782 $9,906 $10,055 $10,206 $855 $876 $898 $2,331 $2,389 $2,449 $252 $259 $265 $8,269 $8,476 $8,688 801 821 842 I IV. Total Other Revenues 1 $19,400 $19,800 $20,300 $20,700 $21,100 $21,500 $22,000 $22,400 $22,900 $23,3001 (1) Assumes escalation factor of 2.5%. (2) Assumes escalation factor of 1.5%. Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: is/Temecula-Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 39 TABLE B-16 ANNUAL RECURRING REVENUES -SPECIAL TAX (MEASURE C) REVENUE RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA I --------------------------------------------------------- !Special Tax (Measure Q Multi -Family EDU Factor 0.75 1 Special Tax Per EDU (1) $74.44 /Parcel 1 5---------------------------------------------------------� 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026 FY 2027 FY 2028 FY 2029 FY 2030 FY 2031 FY 2032 FY 2033 I. Apartments - Rental $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 II. Total Special Tax (Measure C) Revenue $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 (1) Source: City of Temecula. Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: is/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 41 TABLE B-16 ANNUAL RECURRING REVENUES - SPECIALTAX (MEASURE C)REVENUE RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA I --------------------------------------------------------- !Special Tax (Measure Q Multi -Family EDU Factor 0.75 1 Special Tax Per EDU (1) $74.44 /Parcel 1 5---------------------------------------------------------� 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 FY 2034 FY 2035 FY 2036 FY 2037 FY 2038 FY 2039 FY 2040 FY 2041 FY 2042 FY 2043 I. Apartments - Rental $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 II. Total Special Tax (Measure C) Revenue $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 (1) Source: City of Temecula. Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: is/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 42 TABLE B-17 ESTIMATE OF ANNUAL RECURRING EXPENDITURES RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA Total Total Total Total Population/ Resident Demographic Profile: Population Employment lobs Equivalents (3) City of Temecula 111,970 (t) 54,313 (2) 166,283 129,893 Rendezvous 255 0 255 255 Amount Per Net New City Resident or New Residents/ "Marginal Cost' Residents/ FY 2021 Escalation Service Population Resident Resident Impact Resident Operating Budget (4) Factor (s) Population Tvpe Equivalent Equivalent Adjustment Equivalent I. Police --- 5.00% --- --- $352.36 (6) 255 5% 242 II. City Council $592,662 2.75% RE 129,893 $4.56 255 40% 153 III. Community Support $125,000 2.00% RE 129,893 $0.96 255 80% 51 IV. General Government $4,886,310 2.50% RE 129,893 $37.62 255 40% 153 V. City Clerk $1,311,452 3.00% RE 129,893 $10.10 255 30% 179 VI. City Attorney $961,146 2.00% RE 129,893 $7.40 255 40% 153 VII. Finance $3,051,141 2.75% RE 129,893 $23.49 255 30% 179 Vill. Community Development $3,953,497 2.75% RE 129,893 $30.44 255 20% 204 IX. Public Works - Land Development, Public Works, etc. $7,063,704 2.50% RE 129,893 $54.38 255 10% 230 X. Public Works - Parks Maintenance $4,007,007 2.50% P 111,970 $35.79 255 10% 230 XI. Fire $9,619,533 5.00% RE 129,893 $74.06 255 5% 242 XII. Property Tax Administration $94,195 2.00% RE 129,893 $0.73 255 30% 179 XIII. Retiree Medical Contribution $1,000,000 3.00% RE 129,893 $7.70 255 90% 26 XIV. PERS Replacement Benefit $99,434 3.00% RE 129,893 $0.77 255 100% 0 XV. Asset Management Fund $3,000,000 2.50% RE 129,893 $23.10 255 0% 255 XVI. Total Annual Expenditures $39,765,081 Legend: RE - Resident Equivalent P - Population (1) Source: California Department of Finance, January 1, 2020. (2) U.S. Census Bureau, OnTheMap Application and LEHD Origin -Destination Employment Statistics (Beginning of Quarter Employment, 2nd Quarter of 2002-2018). (3) KMA assumption. Assumes that three employees have the same impact as one resident. (4) Source: See Table A-4. (5) Source: Finance Department, City of Temecula. (6) Based on the cost for staffing one Police Officer ($352,363) per 1,000 population per the FY 2021 Mid -Year Budget. Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: i:/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 43 TABLE B-18 ESTIMATE OF ANNUAL RECURRING EXPENDITURES RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA FY 2021 Amount Per Resident or Annual "Marginal Cost" Resident Escalation Impact Service Equivalent Factor (1) Adjustment Pop. Total Residential Population Total Resident Equivalents Annual General Fund Expenditures Police $352.36 )2) 5.00% City Council $4.56 2.75% Community Support $0.96 2.00% General Government $37.62 2.50% City Clerk $10.10 3.00% City Attorney $7.40 2.00% Finance $23.49 2.75% Community Development $30.44 2.75% Public Works - Land Development, Public Works, etc. $54.38 2.50% Public Works- Parks Maintenance $35.79 2.50% Fire $74.06 5.00% Property Tax Administration $0.73 2.00% Retiree Medical Contribution $7.70 3.00% PERS Replacement Benefit $0.77 3.00% Asset Management Fund $23.10 2.50% (1) Source: Finance Department, City of Temecula. (2) Based on the cost for staffing one Police Officer ($352,363) per 1,000 population. 5% 40% 80% 40% 30% 40% 30% 20% 10% 10% 5% 30% 90% 100% 0% RE RE RE RE RE RE RE RE P RE RE RE RE RE 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026 FY 2027 FY 2028 FY 2029 FY 2030 FY 2031 FY 2032 FY 2033 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 $98,815 $103,756 $108,943 $114,390 $120,110 $126,116 $132,421 $139,042 $145,994 $153,294 $757 $778 $800 $821 $844 $867 $891 $916 $941 $967 $52 $53 $54 $55 $56 $58 $59 $60 $61 $62 $6,198 $6,353 $6,512 $6,675 $6,842 $7,013 $7,188 $7,368 $7,552 $7,741 $1,969 $2,028 $2,089 $2,152 $2,216 $2,283 $2,351 $2,422 $2,495 $2,570 $1,201 $1,225 $1,250 $1,275 $1,300 $1,326 $1,353 $1,380 $1,408 $1,436 $4,548 $4,673 $4,802 $4,934 $5,070 $5,209 $5,352 $5,500 $5,651 $5,806 $6,736 $6,921 $7,111 $7,307 $7,508 $7,714 $7,926 $8,144 $8,368 $8,598 $13,440 $13,776 $14,120 $14,473 $14,835 $15,206 $15,586 $15,976 $16,375 $16,785 $8,844 $9,066 $9,292 $9,525 $9,763 $10,007 $10,257 $10,513 $10,776 $11,046 $20,768 $21,807 $22,897 $24,042 $25,244 $26,506 $27,831 $29,223 $30,684 $32,218 $137 $140 $143 $146 $149 $152 $155 $158 $161 $164 $215 $221 $228 $234 $241 $249 $256 $264 $272 $280 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 6 342 $6,501 $6,663 $6,830 $7,001 $7,176 $7,355 $7,539 $7,727 $7,921 Legend: RE - Resident Equivalent P - Population Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: i:/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 44 TABLE B-18 ESTIMATE OF ANNUAL RECURRING EXPENDITURES RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA FY 2021 Amount Per Resident or Annual "Marginal Cost" Resident Escalation Impact Service 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Equivalent Factor (1) Adjustment Pop. FY 2034 FY 2035 FY 2036 FY 2037 FY 2038 FY 2039 FY 2040 FY 2041 FY 2042 FY 2043 I. Total Residential Population 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 II. Total Resident Equivalents 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 255 III. Annual General Fund Expenditures Police $352.36 (2) 5.00% 5% --- $160,959 $169,007 $177,457 $186,330 $195,647 $205,429 $215,700 $226,485 $237,810 $249,700 City Council $4.56 2.75% 40% RE $993 $1,021 $1,049 $1,078 $1,107 $1,138 $1,169 $1,201 $1,234 $1,268 Community Support $0.96 2.00% 80% RE $63 $65 $66 $67 $69 $70 $71 $73 $74 $76 General Government $37.62 2.50% 40% RE $7,934 $8,132 $8,336 $8,544 $8,758 $8,977 $9,201 $9,431 $9,667 $9,909 City Clerk $10.10 3.00% 30% RE $2,647 $2,726 $2,808 $2,892 $2,979 $3,068 $3,160 $3,255 $3,353 $3,453 City Attorney $7.40 2.00% 40% RE $1,465 $1,494 $1,524 $1,554 $1,585 $1,617 $1,649 $1,682 $1,716 $1,750 Finance $23.49 2.75% 30% RE $5,966 $6,130 $6,299 $6,472 $6,650 $6,833 $7,021 $7,214 $7,412 $7,616 Community Development $30.44 2.75% 20% RE $8,835 $9,078 $9,327 $9,584 $9,847 $10,118 $10,396 $10,682 $10,976 $11,278 Public Works - Land Development, Public Works, etc. $54.38 2.50% 10% RE $17,204 $17,634 $18,075 $18,527 $18,990 $19,465 $19,952 $20,451 $20,962 $21,486 Public Works- Parks Maintenance $35.79 2.50% 10% P $11,322 $11,605 $11,895 $12,192 $12,497 $12,809 $13,130 $13,458 $13,794 $14,139 Fire $74.06 5.00% 5% RE $33,829 $35,521 $37,297 $39,162 $41,120 $43,176 $45,334 $47,601 $49,981 $52,480 Property Tax Administration $0.73 2.00% 30% RE $167 $171 $174 $178 $181 $185 $189 $192 $196 $200 Retiree Medical Contribution $7.70 3.00% 90% RE $288 $297 $306 $315 $324 $334 $344 $355 $365 $376 PERS Replacement Benefit $0.77 3.00% 100% RE $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Asset Management Fund $23.10 2.50% 0% RE $8,119 $8,322 $8,743 $8,961 $9,186 $9,415 $9,651 $9,892 $10,139 IV. Total Annual Expenditures $259,791 $271,203 $283,143 $295,638 $308,715 $322,405 $336,731 $351,731 $367,432 $383,870 (1) Source: Finance Department, City of Temecula. (2) Based on the cost for staffing one Police Officer ($352,363) per 1,000 population. Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: i:/Temecula_Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 45 TABLE B-19 ANNUAL GENERAL FUND FISCAL IMPACT RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA Annual General Fund Revenues Property Tax Property Tax In -Lieu of VLF Property Transfer Tax Sales Tax - Resident Spending Measure S Measure C Franchise Fees Business Licenses Fines and Forfeitures Vehicle License Fees Operating Transfers In - Gas Tax/SLESF Miscellaneous Revenue Total Revenues 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 FY 2024 FY 2025 FY 2026 FY 2027 FY 2028 FY 2029 FY 2030 FY 2031 FY 2032 FY 2033 $26,984 $27,523 $28,074 $28,635 $29,208 $29,792 $30,388 $30,995 $31,615 $32,248 $30,601 $31,213 $31,837 $32,474 $33,124 $33,786 $34,462 $35,151 $35,854 $36,571 $2,986 $3,046 $3,107 $3,169 $3,232 $3,297 $3,363 $3,430 $3,499 $3,569 $41,600 $42,800 $44,100 $45,500 $46,800 $48,200 $49,700 $51,200 $52,700 $54,300 $38,600 $39,700 $40,900 $42,100 $43,400 $44,700 $46,000 $47,400 $48,800 $50,300 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,691 $7,806 $7,924 $8,042 $8,163 $8,285 $8,410 $8,536 $8,664 $8,794 $562 $576 $590 $605 $620 $636 $651 $668 $684 $702 $1,532 $1,570 $1,609 $1,650 $1,691 $1,733 $1,777 $1,821 $1,866 $1,913 $166 $170 $174 $179 $183 $188 $192 $197 $202 $207 $5,435 $5,570 $5,710 $5,852 $5,999 $6,149 $6,302 $6,460 $6,621 $6,787 527 540 553 567 581 596 611 626 642 658 $164,165 $167,995 $172,059 $176,254 $180,482 $184,843 $189,337 $193,965 $198,628 $203,530 II. Annual General Fund Expenditures Police $98,815 $103,756 $108,943 $114,390 $120,110 $126,116 $132,421 $139,042 $145,994 $153,294 City Council $757 $778 $800 $821 $844 $867 $891 $916 $941 $967 Community Support $52 $53 $54 $55 $56 $58 $59 $60 $61 $62 General Government $6,198 $6,353 $6,512 $6,675 $6,842 $7,013 $7,188 $7,368 $7,552 $7,741 City Clerk $1,969 $2,028 $2,089 $2,152 $2,216 $2,283 $2,351 $2,422 $2,495 $2,570 City Attorney $1,201 $1,225 $1,250 $1,275 $1,300 $1,326 $1,353 $1,380 $1,408 $1,436 Finance $4,548 $4,673 $4,802 $4,934 $5,070 $5,209 $5,352 $5,500 $5,651 $5,806 Community Development $6,736 $6,921 $7,111 $7,307 $7,508 $7,714 $7,926 $8,144 $8,368 $8,598 Public Works - Land Development, Public Works, etc. $13,440 $13,776 $14,120 $14,473 $14,835 $15,206 $15,586 $15,976 $16,375 $16,785 Public Works - Parks Maintenance $8,844 $9,066 $9,292 $9,525 $9,763 $10,007 $10,257 $10,513 $10,776 $11,046 Fire $20,768 $21,807 $22,897 $24,042 $25,244 $26,506 $27,831 $29,223 $30,684 $32,218 Property Tax Administration $137 $140 $143 $146 $149 $152 $155 $158 $161 $164 Retiree Medical Contribution $215 $221 $228 $234 $241 $249 $256 $264 $272 $280 PERS Replacement Benefit $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Asset Management Fund $6,342 $6,501 $6,663 $6,830 $7,001 $7,176 $7,355 $7,539 $7,727 $7,921 Total Expenditures $170,022 $177,298 $184,904 $192,859 $201,179 $209,882 $218,981 $228,505 $238,465 $248,888 III. Annual Recurring Surplus/(Deficit) ($5,857) ($9,303) ($12,845) ($16,605) ($20p697) ($25,039) ($29,644) ($34,540) ($39,837) ($45,358) Per Unit Per Year ($44) ($69) ($96) ($124) ($154) ($187) ($221) ($258) ($297) ($338) Revenues to Expenditure Ratio 0.97 0.95 0.93 0.91 0.90 0.88 0.86 0.85 0.83 0.82 Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: is/Temecula-Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 46 TABLE B-19 ANNUAL GENERAL FUND FISCAL IMPACT RENDEZVOUS CITY OF TEMECULA Annual General Fund Revenues Property Tax Property Tax In -Lieu of VLF Property Transfer Tax Sales Tax - Resident Spending Measure S Measure C Franchise Fees Business Licenses Fines and Forfeitures Vehicle License Fees Operating Transfers In - Gas Tax/SLESF Miscellaneous Revenue Total Revenues 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 FY 2034 FY 2035 FY 2036 FY 2037 FY 2038 FY 2039 FY 2040 FY 2041 FY 2042 FY 2043 $32,892 $33,550 $34,221 $34,906 $35,604 $36,316 $37,042 $37,783 $38,539 $39,310 $37,302 $38,049 $38,810 $39,586 $40,378 $41,185 $42,009 $42,849 $43,706 $44,580 $3,640 $3,713 $3,787 $3,863 $3,940 $4,019 $4,099 $4,181 $4,265 $4,350 $55,900 $57,600 $59,300 $61,100 $62,900 $64,800 $66,800 $68,800 $70,800 $72,900 $51,800 $53,400 $55,000 $56,600 $58,300 $60,100 $61,900 $63,700 $65,600 $67,600 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $7,481 $8,926 $9,060 $9,196 $9,333 $9,473 $9,616 $9,760 $9,906 $10,055 $10,206 $719 $737 $755 $774 $794 $814 $834 $855 $876 $898 $1,961 $2,010 $2,060 $2,112 $2,164 $2,219 $2,274 $2,331 $2,389 $2,449 $212 $218 $223 $229 $234 $240 $246 $252 $259 $265 $6,957 $7,131 $7,309 $7,492 $7,679 $7,871 $8,068 $8,269 $8,476 $8,688 674 691 708 726 744 763 782 801 821 842 $208,464 $213,640 $218,850 $224,202 $229,691 $235,424 $241,295 $247,208 $253,267 $259,569 II. Annual General Fund Expenditures Police $160,959 $169,007 $177,457 $186,330 $195,647 $205,429 $215,700 $226,485 $237,810 $249,700 City Council $993 $1,021 $1,049 $1,078 $1,107 $1,138 $1,169 $1,201 $1,234 $1,268 Community Support $63 $65 $66 $67 $69 $70 $71 $73 $74 $76 General Government $7,934 $8,132 $8,336 $8,544 $8,758 $8,977 $9,201 $9,431 $9,667 $9,909 City Clerk $2,647 $2,726 $2,808 $2,892 $2,979 $3,068 $3,160 $3,255 $3,353 $3,453 City Attorney $1,465 $1,494 $1,524 $1,554 $1,585 $1,617 $1,649 $1,682 $1,716 $1,750 Finance $5,966 $6,130 $6,299 $6,472 $6,650 $6,833 $7,021 $7,214 $7,412 $7,616 Community Development $8,835 $9,078 $9,327 $9,584 $9,847 $10,118 $10,396 $10,682 $10,976 $11,278 Public Works - Land Development, Public Works, etc. $17,204 $17,634 $18,075 $18,527 $18,990 $19,465 $19,952 $20,451 $20,962 $21,486 Public Works - Parks Maintenance $11,322 $11,605 $11,895 $12,192 $12,497 $12,809 $13,130 $13,458 $13,794 $14,139 Fire $33,829 $35,521 $37,297 $39,162 $41,120 $43,176 $45,334 $47,601 $49,981 $52,480 Property Tax Administration $167 $171 $174 $178 $181 $185 $189 $192 $196 $200 Retiree Medical Contribution $288 $297 $306 $315 $324 $334 $344 $355 $365 $376 PERS Replacement Benefit $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Asset Management Fund $8,119 $8,322 $8,530 $8,743 $8,961 $9,186 $9,415 $9,651 $9,892 $10,139 Total Expenditures $259,791 $271,203 $283,143 $295,638 $308,715 $322,405 $336,731 $351,731 $367,432 $383,870 III. Annual Recurring Surplus/(Deficit) ($51,327) ($57,563) ($64,293) ($71,436) ($79,024) ($86,981) ($95,436) ($104,523) ($114,165) ($124,301) Per Unit Per Year ($383) ($430) ($480) ($533) ($590) ($649) ($712) ($780) ($852) ($928) Revenues to Expenditure Ratio 0.80 0.79 0.77 0.76 0.74 0.73 0.72 0.70 0.69 0.68 Prepared by: Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. Filename: is/Temecula-Rendezvous FIA_06-09-22;6/9/2022;mdt Page 47 P: (626) 314-3821 F: (626) 389-5414 E: info@mitchtsailaw.com VIA E-MAIL July 19, 2022 0 Mitchell M. Tsai Scott Cooper Associate Planner City of Temecula 4100 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Em: scott.cooper&temeculaca.gov I' 139 South Hudson Avenue Supplemental Information Received 07/20/2022 Public Hearing Item #4 (PA20-1325) CIRCULATION COPIES: PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: Chairperson Watts Vice Chairperson Turley-Trejo Commissioner Hagel Commissioner Ruiz Commissioner Telesio City Staff: Luke Watson (Deputy City Manager) Stuart Fisk (Planning Manager) Matt Peters (Senior Planner) Patrick Thomas (Director of PW) Ron Moreno IPnnopalEripeee]eMSurre�­) Mariosla Marroquin (Asst. City Atty.) Denise Jacobo (Senior Admin Asst.) Press Binder Copy Public Binder Copy other(s) Scott Cooper, Senor Planner) ❑ginal to: Application Project File_ Agenda Item No. 4 City of Temecula Rendezvous Phase 11 Apartments Pro' ect Dear Scott Cooper, Attorney At Law Pasadena, Cali On behalf of the Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters ("Southwest Carpenter" or "SWRCC"), my Office is submitting these comments regarding Agenda Item No. 4. The City of Temecula Rendezvous Phase 11 Apartments Project (the "Project") for the City of Temecula's (the "City's") July 20, 2022, Planning Commission meeting. The Southwest Carpenters is a labor union representing 50,000 union carpenters in six states, including California, and has a strong interest in well -ordered land use planning and addressing the environmental impacts of development projects. Individual members of the Southwest Carpenters live, work and recreate in the City and surrounding communities and would be directly affected by the Project's environmental impacts. SWRCC expressly reserves the right to supplement these comments at or prior to hearings on the Project, and at any later hearings and proceedings related to this Project. Cal. Gov. Code § 65009(b); Cal. Pub. Res. Code § 21177(a); Bakersfield Citi.Zens for Local Control P. Bakersfield (2004) 124 Cal. App. 4th 1184, 1199-1203; see Galante Vineyards v. Monterey rater Dist. (1997) 60 Cal. App. 4th 1109, 1121. SWRCC incorporates by reference all comments raising issues regarding the EIR submitted prior to certification of the EIR for the Project. Citi.Zens for Clean Energy v City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project July 19, 2022 Page 2of19 City of Voodland (2014) 225 Cal.App.4th 173, 191 (finding that any party who has objected to the Project's environmental documentation may assert any issue timely raised by other parties). Moreover, SWRCC requests that the City provide notice for any and all notices referring or related to the Project issued under the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA"), Cal Public Resources Code ("PRC") § 21000 et seq, and the California Planning and Zoning Law ("Planning and Zoning Law"), Cal. Gov't Code 55 65000-65010. California Public Resources Code Sections 21092.2, and 21167(� and Government Code Section 65092 require agencies to mail such notices to any person who has filed a written request for them with the clerk of the agency's governing body. The City should require the use of a local skilled and trained workforce to benefit the community's economic development and environment. The City should require the use of workers who have graduated from a Joint Labor Management apprenticeship training program approved by the State of California, or have at least as many hours of on-the-job experience in the applicable craft which would be required to graduate from such a state approved apprenticeship training program or who are registered apprentices in an apprenticeship training program approved by the State of California. Community benefits such as local hire and skilled and trained workforce requirements can also be helpful to reduce environmental impacts and improve the positive economic impact of the Project. Local hire provisions requiring that a certain percentage of workers reside within 10 miles or less of the Project Site can reduce the length of vendor trips, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and providing localized economic benefits. Local hire provisions requiring that a certain percentage of workers reside within 10 miles or less of the Project Site can reduce the length of vendor trips, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and providing localized economic benefits. As environmental consultants Matt Hagemann and Paul E. Rosenfeld note: [A]ny local hire requirement that results in a decreased worker trip length from the default value has the potential to result in a reduction of construction -related GHG emissions, though the significance of the reduction would vary based on the location and urbanization level of the project site. City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project July 19, 2022 Page 3of19 March 8, 2021 SWAPE Letter to Mitchell M. Tsai re Local Hire Requirements and Considerations for Greenhouse Gas Modeling. Skilled and trained workforce requirements promote the development of skilled trades that yield sustainable economic development. As the California Workforce Development Board and the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education concluded: zas .. labor should be considered an investment rather than a cost — and investments in growing, diversifying, and upskilling California's workforce can positively affect returns on climate mitigation efforts. In other words, well trained workers are key to delivering emissions reductions and moving California closer to its climate targets.' Local skilled and trained workforce requirements and policies have significant environmental benefits since they improve an area's jobs -housing balance, decreasing the amount of and length of job commutes and their associated greenhouse gas emissions. Recently, on May 7, 2021, the South Coast Air Quality Management District found that that the "[u] se of a local state -certified apprenticeship program or a skilled and trained workforce with a local hire component" can result in air pollutant reductions.2 Cities are increasingly adopting local skilled and trained workforce policies and requirements into general plans and municipal codes. For example, the City of Hayward 2040 General Plan requires the City to "promote local hiring ... to help achieve a more positive jobs -housing balance, and reduce regional commuting, gas consumption, and greenhouse gas emissions."3 California Workforce Development Board (2020) Putting California on the High Road: A Jobs and Climate Action Plan for 2030 at p. ii, available at https: / /laborcenter.berkeley. edu/wp-content/uploads /2020 /09 /Putting-California-on-the-High-Road.pdf. 2 South Coast Air Quality Management District (May 7, 2021) Certify Final Environmental Assessment and Adopt Proposed Rule 2305 — Warehouse Indirect Source Rule — Warehouse Actions and Investments to Reduce Emissions Program, and Proposed Rule 316 — Fees for Rule 2305, Submit Rule 2305 for Inclusion Into the SIP, and Approve Supporting Budget Actions, available athttp://www.agmd.gov/docs/default-source/ Agendas/Governing-Board/2021 /2021-May7-027.12dPsfvrsn=10. 3 City of Hayward (2014) Hayward 2040 General Plan Policy Document at p. 3-99, available athtips://www.haywardca.gov/sites/default/files/documents/General Plan FINAL.pdf. City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project July 19, 2022 Page 4of19 In fact, the City of Hayward has gone as far as to adopt a Skilled Labor Force policy into its Downtown Specific Plan and municipal code, requiring developments in its Downtown area to requiring that the City "[c]ontribute to the stabilization of regional construction markets by spurring applicants of housing and nonresidential developments to require contractors to utilize apprentices from state -approved, joint labor-management training programs,..."' In addition, the City of Hayward requires all projects 30,000 square feet or larger to "utilize apprentices from state -approved, joint labor-management training programs."' Locating jobs closer to residential areas can have significant environmental benefits. As the California Planning Roundtable noted in 2008: People who live and work in the same jurisdiction would be more likely to take transit, walk, or bicycle to work than residents of less balanced communities and their vehicle trips would be shorter. Benefits would include potential reductions in both vehicle miles traveled and vehicle hours traveled.' In addition, local hire mandates as well as skill training are critical facets of a strategy to reduce vehicle miles traveled. As planning experts Robert Cervero and Michael Duncan noted, simply placing jobs near housing stock is insufficient to achieve VMT reductions since the skill requirements of available local jobs must be matched to those held by local residents.' Some municipalities have tied local hire and skilled and trained workforce policies to local development permits to address transportation issues. As Cervero and Duncan note: In nearly built -out Berkeley, CA, the approach to balancing jobs and housing is to create local jobs rather than to develop new housing." The 4 City of Hayward (2019) Hayward Downtown Specific Plan at p. 5-24, available at https: / /www.hayward-ca.gov/ sites /default/files /Hayward%20Downtown% 20S12ecific%20PIan.12df. 5 City of Hayward Municipal Code, Chapter 10, § 28.5.3.020(C). 6 California Planning Roundtable (2008) Deconstructing Jobs -Housing Balance at p. 6, available athttps://cproundtable.org/static/media/uploads/publications/cprJobs- housing_pdf. ' Cervero, Robert and Duncan, Michael (2006) Which Reduces Vehicle Travel More: Jobs - Housing Balance or Retail -Housing Mixing? Journal of the American Planning Association 72 (4), 475-490, 482, available athttp://reconnectingamerica.org/assets/Up1oads/UTCT- 825.12df City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project July 19, 2022 Page 5of19 city's First Source program encourages businesses to hire local residents, especially for entry- and intermediate -level jobs, and sponsors vocational training to ensure residents are employment -ready. While the program is voluntary, some 300 businesses have used it to date, placing more than 3,000 city residents in local jobs since it was launched in 1986. When needed, these carrots are matched by sticks, since the city is not shy about negotiating corporate participation in First Source as a condition of approval for development permits. The City should consider utilizing skilled and trained workforce policies and requirements to benefit the local area economically and mitigate greenhouse gas, air quality and transportation impacts. II. THE PROJECT WOULD BE APPROVED IN VIOLATION OF THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT A. Background Concerning the California Environmental Quality Act CEQA has two basic purposes. First, CEQA is designed to inform decision makers and the public about the potential, significant environmental effects of a project. 14 California Code of Regulations ("CCR" or "CEQA Guidelines") § 15002(a) (1). "Its purpose is to inform the public and its responsible officials of the environmental consequences of their decisions before they are made. Thus, the EIR `protects not only the environment but also informed self-government.' [Citation.]" Citizens of Goleta Valley P. Board of Supervisors (1990) 52 Cal. 3d 553, 564. The EIR has been described as "an environmental `alarm bell' whose purpose it is to alert the public and its responsible officials to environmental changes before they have reached ecological points of no return." Berkeley Keep Jets Over the Bay P. Bd. of Port Comm rs. (2001) 91 Cal. App.4th 1344, 1354 ("Berkeley Jets'); County of Inyo v. Yorty (1973) 32 Cal.App.3d 795, 810. Second, CEQA directs public agencies to avoid or reduce environmental damage when possible by requiring alternatives or mitigation measures. CEQA Guidelines § 15002(a)(2) and (3). See also, Berkeley Jets, 91 Cal.App.4th 1344, 1354; Citi_Zens of Goleta Valley v. Board of Supervisors (1990) 52 Cal.3d 553; Laurel Heights IfnprovementAssn V. Re gents of the University of California (1988) 47 Cal.3d 376, 400. The EIR serves to provide public agencies and the public in general with information about the effect that a proposed project is likely to have on the environment and to "identify ways that City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project July 19, 2022 Page 6of19 environmental damage can be avoided or significantly reduced." CEQA Guidelines 5 15002(a)(2). If the project has a significant effect on the environment, the agency may approve the project only upon finding that it has "eliminated or substantially lessened all significant effects on the environment where feasible" and that any unavoidable significant effects on the environment are "acceptable due to overriding concerns" specified in CEQA section 21081. CEQA Guidelines § 15092(b)(2)(A—B). B. The City Should Prepare an EIR for the Project A strong presumption in favor of requiring preparation of an EIR is built into CEQA. This presumption is reflected in what is known as the "fair argument" standard, under which an agency must prepare an EIR whenever substantial evidence in the record supports a fair argument that a project may have a significant effect on the environment. Quail Botanical Gardens Found., Inc. v City of Encinitas (1994) 29 Cal.App.4th 1597, 1602; Friends of "B" St. v City of Hayward (1980) 106 Cal.App.3d 988, 1002. The fair argument test stems from the statutory mandate that an EIR be prepared for any project that "may have a significant effect on the environment." PRC § 21151; No Oil, Inc. v City of Los An (1974) 13 Cal.3d 68, 75; Jensen v City of Santa Rosa (2018) 23 Cal.App.5th 877, 884. Under this test, if a proposed project is not exempt and may cause a significant effect on the environment, the lead agency must prepare an EIR. PRC §§ 21100(a), 21151; CEQA Guidelines § 15064(a)(1), (�(1). An EIR may be dispensed with only if the lead agency finds no substantial evidence in the initial study or elsewhere in the record that the project may have a significant effect on the environment. Parker Shattuck Neighbors v Berkeley City Council (2013) 222 Cal.App.4th 768, 785. In such a situation, the agency must adopt a negative declaration. PRC 21080(c)(1); CEQA Guidelines §§ 15063(b)(2), 15064(I (3). "Significant effect upon the environment" is defined as "a substantial or potentially substantial adverse change in the environment." PRC § 21068; CEQA Guidelines § 15382. A project "may" have a significant effect on the environment if there is a "reasonable probability" that it will result in a significant impact. No Oil, Inc. v City of Los Angeles, 13 Cal.3d at 83 n.16; Sundstrom v County of Mendocino (1988) 202 Cal.App.3d 296, 309. If any aspect of the project may result in a significant impact on the environment, an EIR must be prepared even if the overall effect of the project is beneficial. CEQA Guidelines §15063(b)(1). See County Sanitation Dist. No. 2 v County of Kern (2005) 127 Cal.App.4th 1544, 1580. City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project July 19, 2022 Page 7of19 This standard sets a "low threshold" for preparation of an EIR. Consolidated Inig. Dist. v City of Selma (2012) 204 Cal.AppAth 187, 207; Nelson v County of Kern (2010) 190 Cal.App.4th 252; Pocket Protectors v City of Sacramento (2004) 124 Cal.AppAth 903, 928; Bowman v City of Berkeley (2004) 122 Cal.AppAth 572, 580; Citizen Action to Serve All Students v Tbornley (1990) 222 Cal.App.3d 748, 754; Sundstrom v County of Mendocino (1988) 202 Cal.App.3d 296, 310. If substantial evidence in the record supports a fair argument that the project may have a significant environmental effect, the lead agency must prepare an EIR even if other substantial evidence before it indicates the project will have no significant effect. See Jensen v City of Santa Rosa (2018) 23 Ca1.App.5th 877, 886; Clews Land & Livestock v City of San Diego (2017) 19 Cal.App.5th 161, 183; Stanislaus Audubon Socy, Inc. v County of Stanislaus (1995) 33 Cal.App.4th 144, 150; Brentwood Assn for No Drilling Inc. v City of Los An (1982) 134 Cal.App.3d 491; Friends of "B" St. v City of Hayward (1980) 106 Cal.App.3d 988. See also CEQA Guidelines § 15064(f)(1). As explained in full below, there is a fair argument that the Project will have a significant effect on the environment. As a result, the "low threshold" for preparation of an EIR has been met and the City must prepare an EIR. C. CEQA Requires Revision and Recirculation of a Mitigated Negative Declaration When Substantial Changes or New Information Comes to Light Once a negative declaration has been circulated, it may need to be recirculated for another round of review and comment if it is "substantially revised" after the public notice of the first circulation period has been given. CEQA Guidelines § 15073.5(a). A substantial revision includes two situations CEQA Guidelines § 15073.5(b)): A new, avoidable significant effect is identified, and to reduce that effect to a level of insignificance, mitigation measures or project revisions must be added. The lead agency finds that the mitigation measures or project revisions originally included in the negative declaration will not reduce potentially significant impacts to a level of insignificance, and new mitigation measures or project revisions are required. New information will require recirculation when it amounts to a substantial revision of the negative declaration, which is defined to mean the identification of new significant environmental impacts or the addition of new mitigation that is required City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project July 19, 2022 Page 8of19 to avoid a significant environmental impact. CEQA Guidelines §15073.5(b). If the new information reveals a new significant impact that cannot be mitigated or avoided, then the lead agency must prepare an EIR before approving the project. CEQA Guidelines § 15073.5(d). Revisions to a project to mitigate potentially significant environmental effects must be included in the negative declaration that is circulated for public review. PRC § 21080(c)(2); CEQA Guidelines §5 15070(b), 15071(e). Based on the arguments set forth below, in the alternative, Commenter requests that the City recirculate the IS/MND upon making any revisions. This is especially important considering the lack of ambient noise impact analysis. C. The IS/MND Fails to Supbort Its Findings with Substantial Evidence When new information is brought to light showing that an impact previously discussed in the IS/MND but found to be insignificant with or without mitigation in the IS/MND's analysis has the potential for a significant environmental impact supported by substantial evidence, the IS/MND must consider and resolve the conflict in the evidence. See Visalia Retail, L.P. v. City of Visalia (2018) 20 Cal.App.5th 1, 13, 17; see also Protect the HistoricAmador Vatenvays P. Amador WlaterAgency (2004) 116 Cal. App. 4th 1099, 1109. While a lead agency has discretion to formulate standards for determining significance and the need for mitigation measures —the choice of any standards or thresholds of significance must be "based to the extent possible on scientific and factual data and an exercise of reasoned judgment based on substantial evidence. CEQA Guidelines § 15064(b); Cleveland Nat'l Forest Found. P. San Diego Assn of Gov'ts (2017) 3 Cal.App.5th 497, 515; Mission Bay Alliance v. Office of Community Inv. & Infrastructure (2016) 6 Cal.App.5th 160, 206. And when there is evidence that an impact could be significant, an EIR cannot adopt a contrary finding without providing an adequate explanation along with supporting evidence. East Sacramento Partnersbp for a Livable City v. City of Sacramento (2016) 5 Cal. App. 5th 281, 302. In addition, a determination that regulatory compliance will be sufficient to prevent significant adverse impacts must be based on a project -specific analysis of potential impacts and the effect of regulatory compliance. In Californians forAlternatives to Toxics P. Department of Food &Agric. (2005) 136 Cal.App.4th 1, the court set aside an EIR for a statewide crop disease control plan because it did not include an evaluation of the City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project July 19, 2022 Page 9of19 risks to the environment and human health from the proposed program but simply presumed that no adverse impacts would occur from use of pesticides in accordance with the registration and labeling program of the California Department of Pesticide Regulation. See also Ebbetts Pass Forest hatch v Department of Forestry & Fire Protection (2008) 43 Cal.App.4th 936, 956 (fact that Department of Pesticide Regulation had assessed environmental effects of certain herbicides in general did not excuse failure to assess effects of their use for specific timber harvesting project). 1. The IS/MND Fails to Support its Land Use Analysis with Substantial Evidence. The IS/MND claims that the Project would have a less than significant impact concerning conflicts with any land use plan, policy, or regulation. (IS/MND 56). However, the conclusion of less than significant is reached by prematurely concluding that the Project is consistent with the General Plan when it adoption is being sought in the very meeting that is seeking its adoption. This is putting the cart before the horse. The IS/MND's shortcut land use analysis is not adequate. See, e.g., Friends of Lagoon Valley P. City of Vacaville (2007) 154 Cal.App.4th 807, 815 (upholding overall consistency finding even though project deviated from some plan provisions because plan allowed for balancing of competing policies). A clear and direct conflict with a mandatory provision of a general or specific plan usually amounts to an inconsistency that will preclude project approval. See Families Unafraid v. County of El Dorado (1998) 62 Cal.App.4th 1332, 1341 (project must satisfy mandatory general plan policy that is fundamental and unambiguous and does not allow discretion in interpretation and application). The IS/MND should be revised to include a more specific analysis of consistency to support its land use conclusion. 2. The ISIMND Fails to Support its Findings on Greenhouse Gas Impacts with Substantial Evidence. CEQA Guidelines § 15064.4 allow a lead agency to determine the significance of a project's GHG impact via a qualitative analysis (e.g., extent to which a project complies with regulations or requirements of state/regional/local GHG plans), and/or a quantitative analysis (e.g., using model or methodology to estimate project emissions and compare it to a numeric threshold). So too, CEQA Guidelines allow lead agencies to select what model or methodology to estimate GHG emissions so City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project July 19, 2022 Page 10 of 19 long as the selection is supported with substantial evidence, and the lead agency "should explain the limitations of the particular model or methodology selected for use." CEQA Guidelines § 15064.4(c). Here, the IS/MND included both qualitative and quantitative analyses. However, the IS/MND does not rely on any quantitative analysis to determine compliance with any numerical thresholds and instead relies solely on consistency with the City's General Plan in making a determination that the Project's GHG impacts are less than significant without mitigation. IS/MND, pp. 43-47. CEQA Guidelines sections 15064.4(b)(3) and 15183.5(b) allow a lead agency to consider a project's consistency with regulations or requirements adopted to implement a statewide, regional, or local plan for the reduction or mitigation of GHG emissions. CEQA Guidelines §§ 15064.4(b)(3) and 15183.5(b)(1) make clear qualified GHG reduction plans or CAP should include the following features: (1) Inventory: Quantify GHG emissions, both existing and projected over a specified time period, resulting from activities (e.g., projects) within a defined geographic area (e.g., lead agency jurisdiction); (2) Establish GHG Reduction Goal: Establish a level, based on substantial evidence, below which the contribution to GHG emissions from activities covered by the plan would not be cumulatively considerable; (3) Analyze Project Types: Identify and analyze the GHG emissions resulting from specific actions or categories of actions anticipated within the geographic area; (4) Craft Performance Based Mitigation Measures: Specify measures or a group of measures, including performance standards, that substantial evidence demonstrates, if implemented on a project -by -project basis, would collectively achieve the specified emissions level; (5) Monitoring: Establish a mechanism to monitor the CAP progress toward achieving said level and to require amendment if the plan is not achieving specified levels; City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project July 19, 2022 Page 11 of 19 Collectively, the above -listed features tie qualitative measures to quantitative results, which in turn become binding via proper monitoring and enforcement by the jurisdiction —all resulting in real GHG reductions for the jurisdiction as a whole, and the substantial evidence that the incremental contribution of an individual project is not cumulatively considerable. Second, it is not enough for an environmental document to conclude there is no significant GHG emissions impacts based upon a determination of consistency with a GHG Reduction Plan, without also making a determination based upon substantial evidence of the project's actual cumulative contributions to GHG emissions. In other words, a determination of consistency is only a starting point.' Compliance or non- compliance is merely one factor to be considered. The lead agency must explain how reliance on any particular plan or regulation addresses a potential impact. Here, however, the IS/MND fails to demonstrate that the GHG Reduction Plan includes the above -listed requirements to be considered a qualified CAP or GHG Reduction Plan for the City. As such, the IS/MND leaves an analytical gap showing that compliance with said plans can be used for a project -level significance determination for the Project. Second, the IS/MND fails to explain how compliance with the GHG Reduction Plan leads to a less than significant impact. i. The GHG Reduction Plan is Not a Qualified CAP or GHG Reduction Plan. First, there is no evidence that the General Plan meets any of the five goals listed above as a qualified CAP or GHG Reduction Plan under CEQA Guidelines §§ 15064.4(b)(3) and 15183.5(b)(1). In fact, even though the Los Angeles General Plan is available on the City's website for review, the IS/MND does not make those plans readily available for review. It is also unclear where or how, and what sections the IS/MND is consistent with the General Plan or the CAP revised in 2020. The IS/MND or EIR should explain how the GHG Reduction Plan qualifies for consistency analysis under CEQA Guidelines 55 15064.4(b)(3) and 15183.5(b)(1) and 8 Cal. Nat. Res. Agency, Final Statement of Reasons for Regulatory Action, Amendments to the State CEQA Guidelines, OAL Notice File No. Z-2018-0116-12 (Nov. 2018), at p. 95; see also Lighthouse Field Beach Rescue P. City of Santa Cru.Z (2005) 131 Cal. App. 4th 1170, 1207 ("[A]n inconsistency between a project and other land use controls does not in itself mandate a finding of significance. [Citations.]") City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project July 19, 2022 Page 12 of 19 provide a copy that plan for public review, instead of making only one reference to California Air Pollution Control (pp. 77-78). ii. The ISIMND Fails to Demonstrate Compliance mill Lead to a Less than Significant Impact. Second, the IS/MND fails to explain or analyze how compliance with the General Plan, even if it qualified for a consistency evaluation, will lead to a less than significant impact. The lead agency should explain how implementing the particular requirements in the plan, regulation or program ensure that the project's incremental contribution to the cumulative effect is not cumulatively considerable" (emphasis added).' Here, the IS/MND merely indicates its consistency with the 2050 RTP/SCS IS/MND, p. 45-46. This is the extent of the analysis. This fails to demonstrate how 9 Natural Resources Agency (Nov. 2018) Final Statement of Reasons For Regulatory Action: Amendments To The State CEQA Guidelines ("2018 Final Statement of Reason"), p. 19 (adding reference to section 15183.5 to section 15064.4(b)(3) because it was "needed to clarify that lead agencies may rely on plans prepared pursuant to section 15183.5 in evaluating a project's greenhouse gas emissions[,] ... [which] is consistent with the Agency's Final Statement of Reasons for the addition of section 15064.4, which states that `proposed section 15064.4 is intended to be read in conjunction with ... proposed section 15183.5. Those sections each indicate that local and regional plans may be developed to reduce GHG emissions."'), htips://files.resources.ca.gov/cega/docs/2018 CEQA Final Statement of"/o20Reasons 111218.12df; see also Natural Resources Agency (Dec. 2009) Final Statement of Reasons for Regulatory Action ("2009 Final Statement of Reason"), p. 27 ("Those sections each indicate that local and regional plans may be developed to reduce GHG emissions. If such plans reduce community -wide emissions to a level that is less than significant, a later project that complies with the requirements in such a plan may be found to have a less than significant impact."), http://resources.ca.gov/ceqa/docs/ Final Statement of Reasons.pdf; 2009 Final Statement of Reason, pp. 14-17 (To qualify, the plan "must ... include binding requirements to address a cumulative problem[;] ... such plans contain Oec�c requirements with respect to resources that are within the agency `s Jurisdiction to avoid or substantially lessen the agency's contributions to GHG emissions ... consistency with plans that are purely yoirational (i.e., those that include only unen orceable goals without mandatory reduction measures), and provide no assurance that emissions within the area governed by the plan will actually address the cumulative problem[;] ... by re uirin that lead agencies draw a link between the project and the specific provisions of a binding plan or regulation, section 15064(h)(3) would ensure that cumulative effects of the project are actually addressed by the plan or regulation in question.") 35 SCAG (Dec. 2015) 2016 RTP/SCS Program EIR ("PEIR"), p. 3.8-12 — 3.8-13 ("SB 375 provides that the SCS developed as part of the RTP does not regulate the use of land or dictate local land use policies, and urther Ones provides that a city's or county's land use policies and regulations, including its general plan, are not required to be consistent with the SCS. Rather, SB 375 is intended to provide a regional policy foundation that local government may build upon, i the so choose." Emphasis added), https://scag.ca.gov/sites/main/files/file-attachments/ 2016dpeir 3 8 greenhousegases.pdPl624321146. City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project July 19, 2022 Page 13 of 19 compliance will in fact lead to a less than significant impact. It is not enough to state some goals or policies and then state the Project will comply with those goals or policies. For example, there are no specific references to tangible measures of consistency with the city and state goals. The IS/MND does not conduct this analysis and relies wholly on compliance statements with an unverified or non -compliant GHG Reduction Plan. iii. The ISIMND Fails to Evaluate Cumulative Project GHG Impacts. An IS/MND must discuss cumulative impacts when they are significant and the project's incremental contribution is "cumulatively considerable." CEQA Guidelines §15130(a). A project's incremental contribution is cumulatively considerable if the incremental effects of the project are significant "when viewed in connection with the effects of past projects, the effects of other current projects, and the effects of probable future projects." CEQA Guidelines § 15065(a)(3). Here, there is no evidence that the IS/MND's Air Quality, Energy, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, and Health Risk Assessment Impact Analysis evaluated the Project's cumulative project GHG emissions. See IS/MND, Appendix A. Throughout the IS/MND's GHG analysis (pp. 43-47), it states that the total projected GHG emissions for the Project are in compliance with the South Coast Air Management District's ("SCAQMD's") adopted 2016 AQMP, yet there is no analysis of a potential cumulative impact anywhere in the Appendix. The IS/MND needs to conduct a cumulative GHG impacts analysis, and if there is a potentially significant impact, impose adequate and all feasible measures. 3. The ISIMND Fails to Anal.Ze Cumulative Project AirQuality Impacts. The IS/MND (pp. 28-32) indicates no potentially significant impacts for air quality that is mitigated to less than significant levels with Mitigation Measures 1 and 2 identified as such in Appendix A (low-VOC applications and Tier 4 Final construction equipment) —yet, as with the IS/MND GHG analysis, there is no evidence in Appendix A that any cumulative impacts analysis was conducted that included other projects. Thus, there is no substantial evidence upon which to base the IS/MND's conclusion of no significant cumulative impacts with the aforementioned mitigation measures. City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project July 19, 2022 Page 14 of 19 The IS/MND needs to conduct a cumulative air quality impacts analysis, and if there is a potentially significant impact, impose adequate and all feasible measures. 4. The ISIMND Fails to Adequately Disclose, Analy.Ze the Proyect's Significant Noise Impacts The IS/MND discloses that the Project will not have less than significant or no noise impacts and proposes no mitigation measures based on those conclusions (IS/MND 58-62). The IS/MND fails to adequately analyze all of the Project's significant noise impacts. For example, the Project's analysis excludes the impacts of the nearby sensitive receptors, including but not limited to all the nearby single-family residences in all directions, the Temecula Ridge Apartment Homes, Sage Canyon Apartments Homes, Portofino Apartments, Rancho Apartments, Vail Elementary School, Temecula Elementary School, Orchard Church, Go STEAM 4 Girls, and Zen Balancing business. The IS/MND acknowledges that construction activity is allowable between 7:00 am and 6:30 pm, times when the schools and businesses will certainly be in session and susceptible to disturbance from excessive noise levels that will almost certainly impact the schools, learning, business operations of the nearby businesses, and work productivity of those many residents who work from home in the hundreds of homes surrounding the Project site. Yet none of these details are attended to in the IS/MND. An agency may not avoid its responsibility to prepare proper environmental analysis by failing to gather relevant data. Sundstrom v. County of Mendocino (1988) 202 Cal.App.3d 296, 311. 5. The ISI MND Fails to Adequately Analy.Ze Ha.Zards and Ha.Zardous Materials Impacts The IS/MND's analysis of Hazards and Hazardous Materials Impacts is deficient. It concludes either that impacts would be less than significant, or that there would be no impact (IS/MND p. 48). This is inappropriate given the hazardous or potentially hazardous materials that need to be transported adjacent to sensitive receptors, such as all the nearby single-family residences in all directions, the Temecula Ridge Apartment Homes, Sage Canyon Apartments Homes, Portofino Apartments, Rancho Apartments, Vail Elementary School, Temecula Elementary School, Orchard Church, Go STEAM 4 Girls, and Zen Balancing business, and potentially others. The IS/MND improperly concludes that hazardous materials likely to be utilized, such as City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project July 19, 2022 Page 15 of 19 inorganic and organic chemicals, solvents, mercury, lead, asbestos, paints and paint supplies, oil, gasoline, cleansers, pesticides, cleaning solvents, concrete, hydraulic fluids, various "cleaning materials", vehicle fuels, and assumes that the 20 to 24 month timeframe would constitute "short-term" use of these hazards and hazardous materials, or that they would be localized to the project site without explaining how they would not radiate to the nearby sensitive receptors (IS/MND 49). There is no further analysis tailored to the specific needs of the Project, and so there is no analysis conducted on the specific hazards or hazardous materials as to any of the sections that require further detail when such mitigation is implemented and supported by substantial evidence in accordance with CEQA Guideline § 15091. And, an agency may not avoid its responsibility to prepare proper environmental analysis by failing to gather relevant data. Sundstrom P. County of Mendocino (1988) 202 Cal.App.3d 296, 311. 6. The ISI MND Fails to Adequately Analy.Ze the Projects Significant Biological Impacts The IS/MND discloses that the Project will have no biological impacts and proposes no mitigation measures for those conclusions (IS/MND 33-34). The IS/MND recognizes the potential for special -status plant or animal species or sensitive natural communities within the Project site (IS/MND 33) but only cites to prior rough grading and circular logic that it would not contain any suitable habitats for special -status species. The analysis cites to no survey at all, let alone a recent one, that could indicate whether the Project site is occupied by special status plant or animal species. The IS/MND is obligated to provide information germane to determining whether there are recent occupations of special status flora and fauna via a survey or equivalent evidence. Nor does the IS/MND explain why the Project Site is not located within a Criteria Cell pursuant to the Western Riverside County Regional Conservation Authority Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan in determining that the Project Site is outside that jurisdiction. Because of this, the IS/MND should be replaced with a more substantive EIR that adequately analyzes and mitigates these significant impacts to the local fauna. An agency may not avoid its responsibility to prepare proper environmental analysis by failing to gather relevant data. Sundstrom v. County of Mendocino (1988) 202 Cal.App.3d 296, 311. City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project July 19, 2022 Page 16 of 19 7. The ISI MND Fails to Adequately Analy.Ze the Project's Significant Transportation and Traffic Impacts The IS/MND inadequately analyzes potential transportation and traffic impacts relating to the Project (IS/MND pp. 67-69). It recognizes the existing street network and availability to public transit and adjacent highways, and specifically the Rancho California Road, Ynez Road, and Moraga Road. Despite this, the IS/MND provides insufficient analysis of transportation and traffic impacts caused by the Project. For instance, the Project is adjacent to a major thoroughfare in Temecula, which acts as a major east/west transportation artery through the city. Despite this, the IS/MND nonetheless finds that there would be less -than -significant impacts to all transportation and traffic metrics. The road is surrounded and utilized by the hundreds of nearby single-family homes and several nearby apartment complexes. The IS/MND already indicated the use of heavy construction equipment and machinery, as well as the transportation of hazardous materials. Construction is allowable between the hours of 7 AM and 6:30 PM Monday through Friday, which would likely involve simultaneous traffic congestion from construction and school pickup/drop off. Furthermore, with an increased propensity for work -from -home schedules, business, residential, and construction travel could each be impacted by the other and the Project's Development, making rush-hour times less -predictable. There is also no attendance of the impact to the nearby businesses, Church, especially considering how important Rancho California Road is to the City of Temecula generally. Despite these considerations, the IS/MND acknowledges few, if any of them. An agency may not avoid its responsibility to prepare proper environmental analysis by failing to gather relevant data. Sundstrom P. County of Mendocino (1988) 202 Cal.App.3d 296, 311. The IS/MND is obligated to attend to these considerations but does not do so. SWRCC requests the City reconsider and incorporate deeper analysis as it pertains to transportation and traffic. III. THE PROJECT VIOLATES THE STATE PLANNING AND ZONING LAW AS WELL AS THE CITY'S GENERAL PLAN A. Background Regarding the State Planning and Zoning Law An EIR must identify, fully analyze and mitigate any inconsistencies between a proposed project and the general, specific, regional, and other plans that apply to the project. CEQA Guidelines § 15125(d); Pfe fer P. City of Sunnyvale City Council (2011) City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project July 19, 2022 Page 17 of 19 200 Cal.AppAth 1552, 1566; Friends of the Eel River v. Sonoma County 1laterAgency (2003) 108 Cal.App.4th 859, 881. There does not need to be a direct conflict to trigger this requirement; even if a project is "incompatible" with the "goals and policies" of a land use plan, the EIR must assess the divergence between the project and the plan, and mitigate any adverse effects of the inconsistencies. Napa Citizens for Honest Government P. Napa County Bd. of Supervisors (2001) 91 Cal.App.4th 342, 378-79; see also Pocket Protectors P. City of Sacramento (2004) 124 Cal.App.4th 903 (holding under CEQA that a significant impact exists where project conflicts with local land use policies); Friends of `B"Street P. City of Hayward (1980) 106 Cal.App.3d 988, 998 (held county development and infrastructure improvements must be consistent with adopted general plans) (citing Gov. Code 65302). B. The Proposed Land Use Amendments and Entitlements Conflict with SB 375 and SCAG's 2020 Regional Transportation Plan and Sustainable Communities Strat= In 2008, Senate Bill 375 amended CEQA and empowered metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) to enact regional plans to reduce GHG emissions from passenger vehicles. MPOs are required to prepare regional transportation plans (RTP) and sustainable community strategies (SCS) in an effort to meet CARB's GHG reduction goals under SB 375. (Gov. Code § 65080(b)(2)(B).) SB 375 specifically targets GHG emissions from passenger vehicles by linking land use decisions to transportation planning. (Id.) If the regional SCS/RTP plan does not achieve CARB's GHG reduction targets, then the MPO is required to create an alternative planning strategy (APS) that shows how the targets can be achieved through other mechanism such as alternative development patterns, infrastructure decisions, or other alternative transportation measures or policies that can still achieve CARB's reduction targets. (Gov. Code 5 65080(b)(2)(I).) For this Project, the applicable plan is SCAG's 2020-2045 RTP/SCS plan adopted on September 3, 2020. The IS/MND fails to analyze the Project's consistency with SCAG's 2020-2045 RTP/SCS plan, outright. But it also fails to adequately analyze consistency with the 2016 plan. For example, SCAG's 2016 RTP/SCS requires or suggests the following that the Project fails to consider or adopt in the IS/MND: City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project July 19, 2022 Page 18 of 19 • Land Use Policies: pursuing affordable housing or providing more transportation options for short trips;10 • Transportation Network Strategies: providing transit fare discounts; providing transit integration strategies such as integration of active transportation and transit by improving pedestrian access and bicyclist access;" • Transportation Demand Management Strategies: encourage use and implementation of TDM strategies such as rideshare incentives, parking management, parking subsidies for carpoolers, incentives for telecommuting, integrated mobility hubs, or additional investments in active transportation infrastructure;12 and • Clean Vehicle Technology Strategies: use of neighborhood electric vehicles (NEVs), and anticipating shared mobility platforms, car - to -car communication or automated vehicle technologies.13 The IS/MND fails to demonstrate consistency with the most recent SCAG 2020-2045 RTP / SCS and should be revised to meet its goals and policies. IV. CONCLUSION SWRCC requests that the City revise and recirculate the Project's Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration, or submit an environmental impact report, to address the aforementioned concerns. If the City has any questions or concerns, feel free to contact my Office. Sincerely, Jason Cohen 10 SCAG (Apr. 2016) 2016 RTP/SCS, pp. 75-114. 11 Id 12 id.. 13 id.. City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project July 19, 2022 Page 19 of 19 Attorneys for Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters Attachments: March 8, 2021 SWAPE Letter to Mitchell M. Tsai re Local Hire Requirements and Considerations for Greenhouse Gas Modeling (Exhibit A); Air Quality and GHG Expert Paul Rosenfeld CV (Exhibit B); and Air Quality and GHG Expert Matt Hagemann CV (Exhibit C). ON of Temecula Community Development 41000 Main Street • Temecula, CA 92590 Phone (951) 694-6400 • Fax (951) 694-6477 • TemeculaCA.gov September 14, 2022 Ms. Rosemarie M. Anderson Supervising Legal Certification Clerk County of Riverside Post Office Box 751 Riverside, CA 92501-0751 SUBJECT: Filing a Notice of Determination for a General Plan Amendment to amend the underlying General Plan Land Use designation of the project site from Professional Office (PO) to Medium Density Residential (M); a Planned Development Overlay Amendment for PDO-5; a Development Plan for a 134 unit apartment community built on 7.60 acres; and a Tentative Tract Map (TTM 38043) to combine eight (8) existing contiguous parcels into a single parcel. The project is located on the south side of Rancho California Road, approximately 150 ft west of Cosmic Drive. Dear Ms. Anderson: Enclosed is the Notice of Determination for the above referenced project. In addition, pursuant to Assembly Bill 3158 (Chapter 1706) please find a check in the amount of $2,480.25 for the County Administrative fee to enable the City to file the Notice of Determination for the Negative Declaration. The City of Temecula is paying the $50.00 filing fee under protest. It is the opinion of the City that the administrative fee has been increased in a manner inconsistent with the provisions of State Law. Under Public Resources Code Section 21152 and 14 California Code Regulations 1507, the County is entitled to receive a $25.00 filing fee. Please return a stamped copy of the Notice of Determination within five working days after the 30 day posting in the enclosed self-addressed stamped envelope. Should you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact Scott Cooper at (951) 506- 5137. Sincerely, Luke Watson Deputy City Manager Enclosures: Notice of Determination Form Electronic Payment - Filing Fee Receipt City of Temecula Community Development Planning Division Notice of Determination TO: County Clerk and Recorders Office FROM: Planning Division County of Riverside City of Temecula P.O. Box 751 41000 Main Street Riverside, CA 92501-0751 Temecula, CA 92590 SUBJECT: Filing of a Notice of Determination in compliance with the provisions of Section 21152 of the Public Resources Code State Clearinghouse No.: 2021050549 Project Title: Rendezvous Phase II Apartments Project Project Location: Southwest of Rancho California Road, between Cosmic Drive and Via Las Colinas, County of Riverside Project Description: The project proposes General Plan Amendment to amend the underlying General Plan Land Use designation of the project site from Professional Office (PO) to Medium Density Residential (M); a Planned Development Overlay Amendment for PDO-5; a Development Plan for a 134 unit apartment community built on 7.60 acres; and a Tentative Tract Map (TTM 38043) to combine eight (8) existing contiguous parcels into a single parcel. The project is located on the south side of Rancho California Road, approximately 150 ft west of Cosmic Drive. Project Applicant: Lead Agency: Contact Person: Pacific West Development, 32823 Temecula Parkway A, Temecula, CA 92592 City of Temecula Scott Cooper Telephone Number: (951) 506-5137 This is to advise you that the Planning Commission for the City of Temecula has approved the above described project on September 13, 2022 and has made the following determinations regarding this project: 1. The project will not have a significant effect on the environment. 2. That a Negative Declaration was prepared for this project pursuant to the provisions of CEQA. 3. Mitigation measures were not made a condition of the approval of the project. 4. A Mitigation Monitoring or Reporting Program was not adopted for this project. 5. A Statement of Overriding Consideration was not adopted for this project. 6. Findings were made pursuant to the provisions of CEQA. This is to certify that the Negative Declaration with comments, responses, and record of project approval is available to the General Public at the City of Temecula, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California, 92590. Signature: Luke Watson, Deputy City Manager Date received for filing at the County Clerk and Recorders Office: Date: NOTICE OF CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following Public Hearing was continued from the City Council meeting of August 23, 2022, to the meeting to be held on September 13, 2022. SUBJECT: General Plan Amendment to amend the underlvina General Plan Land Use designation of the protect site from Professional Office (PO) to Medium Density Residential (M) (APNs: 944-370-001, 944-370-005, 944-370-006, 944-370-007, 944- 370-010, 944-370-012, 944-370-013); a Planned Development Overlay Amendment for PDO-5, (Temecula Village) (APNs: 944-370-001, 944-370-005, 944-370-006, 944-370-007, 944-370-008, 944-370-010, 944-370-012, 944-370-013); a Development Plan for a 134 unit apartment community built on 7.61 acres (APNs: 944-370-001, 944-370-005, 944-370-006, 944-370-007, 944-370-010, 944-370-012, 944-370-013); and a Tentative Tract Map (TTM 38043) to combine eight (8) existing contiguous parcels into a single parcel (APNs: 944-370-001, 944-370-005, 944-370- 006. 944-370-007. 944-370-008. 944-370-010. 944-370-012. 944-370-013) NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the City Council meeting of September 13, 2022, will take place at 6:00 PM, at the City of Temecula City Hall, Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. All interested persons are invited to attend said Public Hearing to be heard in favor or in opposition to the item, either orally or by written communication to the City Council. Dated: August 24, 2022 Rands , City Clerk Notice of Public Hearing THE CITY OF TEMECULA 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 A PUBLIC HEARING has been scheduled before the CITY COUNCIL to consider the matter(s) described below. Case No.: PA20-1323, PA20-1324, PA20-1325, PA20-1326 Applicant: Pacific West Development Location: South side of Rancho California Road, approximately 150 feet west of Cosmic Drive Proposal: General Plan Amendment to amend the underlying General Plan Land Use designation of the project site from Professional Office (PO) to Medium Density Residential (M) (APNs: 944-370-001, 944-370-005, 944-370-006, 944-370-007, 944-370-010, 944-370-012, 944-370-013); a Planned Development Overlay Amendment for PDO-5, (Temecula Village) (APNs: 944-370-001, 944-370-005, 944-370-006, 944-370-007, 944- 370-008, 944-370-010, 944-370-012, 944-370-013); a Development Plan for a 134 unit apartment community built on 7.61 acres (APNs: 944-370-001, 944-370-005, 944-370-006, 944-370-007, 944-370-010, 944-370-012, 944- 370-013); and a Tentative Tract Map (TTM 38043) to combine eight (8) existing contiguous parcels into a single parcel (APNs: 944-370-001, 944-370-005, 944-370-006, 944-370-007, 944-370-008, 944-370-010, 944-370-012, 944-370-013). Environmental Action: In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the proposed project will not have a significant impact upon the environment based upon a completed Environmental Initial Study. As a result, a Negative Declaration has been prepared in compliance with CEQA. PLACE OF HEARING: 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, City of Temecula, Council Chambers DATE OF HEARING: August 23, 2022 TIME OF HEARING: 6:00 PM > M�RGu4ftTMPD h y LLI G� CAUF opt�A-R i LINAS CP Project Site 0 411 800 1,600 Feet f Any person may submit written comments to the City Council before the hearing or may appear and be heard in support of or opposition to the approval of the project at the time of hearing. Any petition for judicial review of a decision of the City Council shall be filed within the time required by, and controlled by, Sections 1094.5 and 1094.6 of the California Code of Civil Procedure. In any such action or proceeding seeking judicial review of, which attacks or seeks to set aside, or void any decision of the City Council, shall be limited to those issues raised at the hearing or in written correspondence delivered to the City Clerk at, or prior to, the public hearing described in this notice. The proposed project application may be viewed at the public information counter, Temecula Civic Center, Planning Department, 41000 Main Street, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Questions concerning the project(s) may be addressed to Scott Cooper, City of Temecula Planning Department, (951) 506- 5137. 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Subject: FW: Letter for City council meeting for 13th From: Payam D < Sent: Tuesday, September 13, 2022 1:46 PM To: Council Comments<CouncilComments@TemeculaCA.gov> Subject: Letter for City council meeting for 13th CAUTION: This email originated from outside of the organization. Do not click links or open attachments unless you recognize the sender and know the content is safe. Dear city council staff, Thank you for your time reading my email as I could not make the in person 3 min speech. I wanted the city to please remove the Ukraine flag decorations. It is not right to take a side of an unfortunate war between two counties which neither is an ally and display it. There are many blue and yellow flags by Sage Canyon apartments, Morago and Margarita road. These flags are not promoting the LA Rams. Ukraine has the azov battalion, a pro nazi group, have one of the biggest pedophilia problem country, have many dangerous gain of function bioweapon labs. google censors this info but can look it up on duckduckgo. I have also seen numerous videos of Ukrainian soldiers shoot Russian pows in the groin on banned.video. The main stream media is promoting them because they stand with the globalist establishment and Biden, Kerry, Pelosi, Romney's sons work for them. I appreciate if our city doesn't display this heavy political message that is very decisive as it's not fair for Russian people either. I also appreciate if our city never has drag queen story hours as it did in old town in June and I'm not sure if they know many of these performers are convicted pedophiles and sex offenders. I don't want this to be a regular in public settings as it is very inappropriate. Thank you for your time and attention and keeping our city safe. Regards, Payam Daneshvar Sent from Proton Mail for iOS Subject: FW: SWRCC - [City of Temecula, Village Phase II (PA 20-0323, 20-0324, 20-032S, 20-0326)] Comment Letter Attachments: 20220912_SWRCC..Temecula_VillagePhasell_CC_CommentLtr_Signed_Complete.pdf From: Malou Reyes <malou@mitchtsailaw.com> Sent: Monday, September 12, 2022 5:28 PM To: Scott Cooper <scott.cooper@temeculaca.gov>; Council Comments<CouncilComments@TemeculaCA.gov> Cc: Mitchell Tsai <mitch@mitchtsailaw.com>; Jason Cohen <iason2mitchtsailaw.com>; Malou Reyes <malou@mitchtsailaw.com>; Jonathan Montano <Lonathan mitchtsailaw.com>; Rebekah Youngblood <rebekah@mitchtsailaw.com>; Barrie Brown Martinez <barrie mitchtsailaw.com>; Steven Thong <steven@mitchtsailaw.com>; Maria Sarmiento <maria mitchtsailaw.com>; Hind Baki <hind@mitchtsailaw.com> Subject: SWRCC - [City of Temecula, Village Phase II (PA 20-0323, 20-0324, 20-0325, 20-0326)] Comment Letter CAUTION: This email originated from outside of the organization. Do not click links or open attachments unless you recognize the sender and know the content is safe. Good afternoon, Attached, please find our comment letter for the Rendezvous Phase II Apartments Project. Please confirm receipt of this email. Thank you, Malou Malou Reyes Paralegal Mitchell M. Tsai, Attorney At Law 139 South Hudson Avenue Suite 200 Pasadena, CA 91101 Phone: (626) 314-3821 Fax: (626) 389-5414 Email: Malou mitchtsailaw.com Website: http://www.mitchtsailaw.com *** Our Office Has Recently Moved. Please Note New Mailing Address **** CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This e-mail transmission, and any documents, files or previous e-mail messages accompanying it, may contain confidential information that is legally privileged. 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Tsai Attorney At Law Em: scott.cooper&temeculaca.gov Em: CouncilComments&temeculaca.g_ov 139 South Hudson Avenue Suite 200 Pasadena, California 91101 RE: Agenda Item No. 4 City of Temecula Rendezvous Phase 11 Apartments Pro' ect Dear Scott Cooper, On behalf of the Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters ("Southwest Carpenters" or "SWRCC"), my Office is submitting these comments regarding Agenda Item No. 4. The City of Temecula Rendezvous Phase 11 Apartments Project (the "Project") for the City of Temecula's ("City") September 13, 2022, City Council meeting. The Southwest Carpenters is a labor union representing 50,000 union carpenters in six states, including California, and has a strong interest in well -ordered land use planning and addressing the environmental impacts of development projects. Individual members of the Southwest Carpenters live, work and recreate in the City and surrounding communities and would be directly affected by the Project's environmental impacts. SWRCC expressly reserves the right to supplement these comments at or prior to hearings on the Project, and at any later hearings and proceedings related to this Project. Cal. Gov. Code § 65009(b); Cal. Pub. Res. Code § 21177(a); Bakersfield Citi.Zens for Local Control v. Bakersfield (2004) 124 Cal. App. 4th 1184, 1199-1203; see Galante Vineyards P. Monterey rater Dist. (1997) 60 Cal. App. 4th 1109, 1121. City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project September 12, 2022 Page 2of19 SWRCC incorporates by reference all comments raising issues regarding the EIR submitted prior to certification of the EIR for the Project. Citi.Zens for Clean Energy v City of Voodland (2014) 225 Cal.App.4th 173, 191 (finding that any party who has objected to the Project's environmental documentation may assert any issue timely raised by other parties). Moreover, SWRCC requests that the City provide notice for any and all notices referring or related to the Project issued under the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA"), Cal Public Resources Code ("PRC") § 21000 et seg, and the California Planning and Zoning Law ("Planning and Zoning Law"), Cal. Gov't Code §§ 65000-65010. California Public Resources Code Sections 21092.2, and 21167(� and Government Code Section 65092 require agencies to mail such notices to any person who has filed a written request for them with the clerk of the agency's governing body. I. THE CITY SHOULD REQUIRE THE USE OF A LOCAL, SKILLED AND TRAINED WORKFORCE The City should require the use of a local skilled and trained workforce to benefit the community's economic development and environment. The City should require the use of workers who have graduated from a Joint Labor Management apprenticeship training program approved by the State of California, or have at least as many hours of on-the-job experience in the applicable craft which would be required to graduate from such a state approved apprenticeship training program or who are registered apprentices in an apprenticeship training program approved by the State of California. Community benefits such as local hire and skilled and trained workforce requirements can also be helpful to reduce environmental impacts and improve the positive economic impact of the Project. Local hire provisions requiring that a certain percentage of workers reside within 10 miles or less of the Project Site can reduce the length of vendor trips, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and providing localized economic benefits. Local hire provisions requiring that a certain percentage of workers reside within 10 miles or less of the Project Site can reduce the length of vendor trips, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and providing localized economic benefits. As environmental consultants Matt Hagemann and Paul E. Rosenfeld note: [A]ny local hire requirement that results in a decreased worker trip length from the default value has the potential to result in a reduction of City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project September 12, 2022 Page 3of19 construction -related GHG emissions, though the significance of the reduction would vary based on the location and urbanization level of the project site. March 8, 2021 SWAPE Letter to Mitchell M. Tsai re Local Hire Requirements and Considerations for Greenhouse Gas Modeling. Skilled and trained workforce requirements promote the development of skilled trades that yield sustainable economic development. As the California Workforce Development Board and the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education concluded: zas .. labor should be considered an investment rather than a cost — and investments in growing, diversifying, and upskilling California's workforce can positively affect returns on climate mitigation efforts. In other words, well trained workers are key to delivering emissions reductions and moving California closer to its climate targets.' Local skilled and trained workforce requirements and policies have significant environmental benefits since they improve an area's jobs -housing balance, decreasing the amount of and length of job commutes and their associated greenhouse gas emissions. Recently, on May 7, 2021, the South Coast Air Quality Management District found that that the "[u] se of a local state -certified apprenticeship program or a skilled and trained workforce with a local hire component" can result in air pollutant reductions.2 Cities are increasingly adopting local skilled and trained workforce policies and requirements into general plans and municipal codes. For example, the City of Hayward 2040 General Plan requires the City to "promote local hiring ... to help California Workforce Development Board (2020) Putting California on the High Road: A Jobs and Climate Action Plan for 2030 at p. ii, available at https: / /laborcenter.berkeley. edu/wp-content/uploads /2020 /09 /Putting-California-on-the-High-Road.pdf. 2 South Coast Air Quality Management District (May 7, 2021) Certify Final Environmental Assessment and Adopt Proposed Rule 2305 — Warehouse Indirect Source Rule — Warehouse Actions and Investments to Reduce Emissions Program, and Proposed Rule 316 — Fees for Rule 2305, Submit Rule 2305 for Inclusion Into the SIP, and Approve Supporting Budget Actions, available athttl2://www.agmd.gov/docs/default-source/ Agendas/Governing-Board/2021 /2021-May7-027.pdPsfvrsn=10. City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project September 12, 2022 Page 4of19 achieve a more positive jobs -housing balance, and reduce regional commuting, gas consumption, and greenhouse gas emissions."3 In fact, the City of Hayward has gone as far as to adopt a Skilled Labor Force policy into its Downtown Specific Plan and municipal code, requiring developments in its Downtown area to requiring that the City "[c]ontribute to the stabilization of regional construction markets by spurring applicants of housing and nonresidential developments to require contractors to utilize apprentices from state -approved, joint labor-management training programs, ..."4 In addition, the City of Hayward requires all projects 30,000 square feet or larger to "utilize apprentices from state -approved, joint labor-management training programs."' Locating jobs closer to residential areas can have significant environmental benefits. As the California Planning Roundtable noted in 2008: People who live and work in the same jurisdiction would be more likely to take transit, walk, or bicycle to work than residents of less balanced communities and their vehicle trips would be shorter. Benefits would include potential reductions in both vehicle miles traveled and vehicle hours traveled.' In addition, local hire mandates as well as skill training are critical facets of a strategy to reduce vehicle miles traveled. As planning experts Robert Cervero and Michael Duncan noted, simply placing jobs near housing stock is insufficient to achieve VMT reductions since the skill requirements of available local jobs must be matched to those held by local residents.' Some municipalities have tied local hire and skilled and 3 City of Hayward (2014) Hayward 2040 General Plan Policy Document at p. 3-99, available athtips://www.haywardca.gov/sites/default/files/documents/General Plan FINAL.pdf. 4 City of Hayward (2019) Hayward Downtown Specific Plan at p. 5-24, available at https: / /www.hayward-ca.gov/ sites /default/files /Hayward%2ODowntown% 20S12ecific%20PIan.pdf. 5 City of Hayward Municipal Code, Chapter 10, § 28.5.3.020(C). 6 California Planning Roundtable (2008) Deconstructing Jobs -Housing Balance at p. 6, available athttps://cproundtable.org/static/media/uploads/publications/cprJobs- housing_pdf. ' Cervero, Robert and Duncan, Michael (2006) Which Reduces Vehicle Travel More: Jobs - Housing Balance or Retail -Housing Mixing? Journal of the American Planning Association 72 (4), 475-490, 482, available athttp://reconnectingamerica.org/assets/Up1oads/UTCT- 825.12df City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project September 12, 2022 Page 5of19 trained workforce policies to local development permits to address transportation issues. As Cervero and Duncan note: In nearly built -out Berkeley, CA, the approach to balancing jobs and housing is to create local jobs rather than to develop new housing." The city's First Source program encourages businesses to hire local residents, especially for entry- and intermediate -level jobs, and sponsors vocational training to ensure residents are employment -ready. While the program is voluntary, some 300 businesses have used it to date, placing more than 3,000 city residents in local jobs since it was launched in 1986. When needed, these carrots are matched by sticks, since the city is not shy about negotiating corporate participation in First Source as a condition of approval for development permits. The City should consider utilizing skilled and trained workforce policies and requirements to benefit the local area economically and mitigate greenhouse gas, air quality and transportation impacts. II. THE PROJECT WOULD BE APPROVED IN VIOLATION OF THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT A. Background Concerning the California Environmental Ouality Act CEQA has two basic purposes. First, CEQA is designed to inform decision makers and the public about the potential, significant environmental effects of a project. 14 California Code of Regulations ("CCR" or "CEQA Guidelines") § 15002(a) (1). "Its purpose is to inform the public and its responsible officials of the environmental consequences of their decisions before they are made. Thus, the EIR `protects not only the environment but also informed self-government.' [Citation.]" Citi.Zens of Goleta Valley P. Board of Supervisors (1990) 52 Cal. 3d 553, 564. The EIR has been described as "an environmental `alarm bell' whose purpose it is to alert the public and its responsible officials to environmental changes before they have reached ecological points of no return." Berkeley Keep Jets Over the Bay P. Bd. of Port Comm rs. (2001) 91 Cal. App.4th 1344, 1354 ("Berkeley Jets'); County of Inyo v. Yoriy (1973) 32 Cal.App.3d 795, 810. Second, CEQA directs public agencies to avoid or reduce environmental damage when possible by requiring alternatives or mitigation measures. CEQA Guidelines 5 15002(a)(2) and (3). See also, Berkeley Jets, 91 Cal.App.4th 1344, 1354; Citi-Zens of Goleta City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project September 12, 2022 Page 6of19 Valley P. Board of Supervisors (1990) 52 Cal.3d 553; Laurel Heights ImprovementAss'n P. Regents of the University of California (1988) 47 Cal.3d 376, 400. The EIR serves to provide public agencies and the public in general with information about the effect that a proposed project is likely to have on the environment and to "identify ways that environmental damage can be avoided or significantly reduced." CEQA Guidelines 15002(a)(2). If the project has a significant effect on the environment, the agency may approve the project only upon finding that it has "eliminated or substantially lessened all significant effects on the environment where feasible" and that any unavoidable significant effects on the environment are "acceptable due to overriding concerns" specified in CEQA section 21081. CEQA Guidelines § 15092(b)(2)(A—B). B. The City Should Prepare an EIR for the Project A strong presumption in favor of requiring preparation of an EIR is built into CEQA. This presumption is reflected in what is known as the "fair argument" standard, under which an agency must prepare an EIR whenever substantial evidence in the record supports a fair argument that a project may have a significant effect on the environment. Quail Botanical Gardens Found., Inc. v City of Encinitas (1994) 29 Cal.App.4th 1597, 1602; Friends of "B" St. v City of Hayward (1980) 106 Cal.App.3d 988, 1002. The fair argument test stems from the statutory mandate that an EIR be prepared for any project that "may have a significant effect on the environment." PRC 5 21151; No Oil, Inc. v City of Los An (1974) 13 Cal.3d 68, 75; Jensen v City of Santa Rosa (2018) 23 Cal.App.5th 877, 884. Under this test, if a proposed project is not exempt and may cause a significant effect on the environment, the lead agency must prepare an EIR. PRC §§ 21100(a), 21151; CEQA Guidelines § 15064(a)(1), (�(1). An EIR may be dispensed with only if the lead agency finds no substantial evidence in the initial study or elsewhere in the record that the project may have a significant effect on the environment. Parker Shattuck Neighbors v Berkeley City Council (2013) 222 Cal.App.4th 768, 785. In such a situation, the agency must adopt a negative declaration. PRC 21080(c)(1); CEQA Guidelines §§ 15063(b)(2), 15064(�(3). "Significant effect upon the environment" is defined as "a substantial or potentially substantial adverse change in the environment." PRC § 21068; CEQA Guidelines § 15382. A project "may" have a significant effect on the environment if there is a "reasonable probability" that it will result in a significant impact. No Oil, Inc. v City of Los Angeles, 13 Cal.3d at 83 n.16; Sundstrom v County of Mendocino (1988) 202 Cal.App.3d 296, 309. If any aspect of the project may result in a significant impact on the City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project September 12, 2022 Page 7of19 environment, an EIR must be prepared even if the overall effect of the project is beneficial. CEQA Guidelines §15063(b)(1). See County Sanitation Dist. No. 2 v County of Kern (2005) 127 Cal.AppAth 1544, 1580. This standard sets a "low threshold" for preparation of an EIR. Consolidated Irrig. Dist. v City of Selena (2012) 204 Cal.AppAth 187, 207; Nelson v County of Kern (2010) 190 Cal.App.4th 252; Pocket Protectors v City of Sacramento (2004) 124 Cal.AppAth 903, 928; Bozeman v City of Berkeley (2004) 122 Cal.AppAth 572, 580; Citi.Zen Action to Serve All Students v Tbornley (1990) 222 Cal.App.3d 748, 754; Sundstrom v County of Mendocino (1988) 202 Cal.App.3d 296, 310. If substantial evidence in the record supports a fair argument that the project may have a significant environmental effect, the lead agency must prepare an EIR even if other substantial evidence before it indicates the project will have no significant effect. See Jensen v City of Santa Rosa (2018) 23 Cal.App.5th 877, 886; Clews Land & Livestock v City of San Diego (2017) 19 Cal.App.5th 161, 183; Stanislaus Audubon Socy, Inc. v County of Stanislaus (1995) 33 Cal.App.4th 144, 150; Brentwood Assn for No Drilling, Inc. v City of Los Angeles (1982) 134 Cal.App.3d 491; Friends of "B" St. v City of Hayward (1980) 106 Cal.App.3d 988. See also CEQA Guidelines § 15064(�(1). As explained in full below, there is a fair argument that the Project will have a significant effect on the environment. As a result, the "low threshold" for preparation of an EIR has been met and the City must prepare an EIR. C. CEQA Requires Revision and Recirculation of a Mitigated Negative Declaration When Substantial Changes or New Information Comes to Light Once a negative declaration has been circulated, it may need to be recirculated for another round of review and comment if it is "substantially revised" after the public notice of the first circulation period has been given. CEQA Guidelines § 15073.5(a). A substantial revision includes two situations CEQA Guidelines § 15073.5(b)): A new, avoidable significant effect is identified, and to reduce that effect to a level of insignificance, mitigation measures or project revisions must be added. The lead agency finds that the mitigation measures or project revisions originally included in the negative declaration will not reduce potentially significant impacts to a level of insignificance, and new mitigation measures or project revisions are required. City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project September 12, 2022 Page 8of19 New information will require recirculation when it amounts to a substantial revision of the negative declaration, which is defined to mean the identification of new significant environmental impacts or the addition of new mitigation that is required to avoid a significant environmental impact. CEQA Guidelines §15073.5(b). If the new information reveals a new significant impact that cannot be mitigated or avoided, then the lead agency must prepare an EIR before approving the project. CEQA Guidelines § 15073.5(d). Revisions to a project to mitigate potentially significant environmental effects must be included in the negative declaration that is circulated for public review. PRC § 21080(c)(2); CEQA Guidelines §§ 15070(b), 15071(e). Based on the arguments set forth below, in the alternative, Commenter requests that the City recirculate the IS/MND upon making any revisions. This is especially important considering the lack of ambient noise impact analysis. D. The IS/MND Fails to Support Its Findings with Substantial Evidence When new information is brought to light showing that an impact previously discussed in the IS/MND but found to be insignificant with or without mitigation in the IS/MND's analysis has the potential for a significant environmental impact supported by substantial evidence, the IS/MND must consider and resolve the conflict in the evidence. See Visalia Retail, L.P. P. City of Visalia (2018) 20 Cal.App.Sth 1, 13, 17; see also Protect the HistoricAmador ilatenvays v. Amador 1laterAgency (2004) 116 Cal. App. 4th 1099, 1109. While a lead agency has discretion to formulate standards for determining significance and the need for mitigation measures —the choice of any standards or thresholds of significance must be "based to the extent possible on scientific and factual data and an exercise of reasoned judgment based on substantial evidence. CEQA Guidelines § 15064(b); Cleveland Nat'l Forest Found. P. San Diego Assn of Gov'ts (2017) 3 Cal.App.Sth 497, 515; Mission Bay Alliance v. Office of Community Inv. & Infrastructure (2016) 6 Cal.App.Sth 160, 206. And when there is evidence that an impact could be significant, an EIR cannot adopt a contrary finding without providing an adequate explanation along with supporting evidence. East Sacramento Padnershp for a Livable City P. City of Sacramento (2016) 5 Cal. App. 5th 281, 302. In addition, a determination that regulatory compliance will be sufficient to prevent significant adverse impacts must be based on a project -specific analysis of potential City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project September 12, 2022 Page 9of19 impacts and the effect of regulatory compliance. In Californians for Alternatives to Toxics P. Department of Food &Agric. (2005) 136 Cal.App.4th 1, the court set aside an EIR for a statewide crop disease control plan because it did not include an evaluation of the risks to the environment and human health from the proposed program but simply presumed that no adverse impacts would occur from use of pesticides in accordance with the registration and labeling program of the California Department of Pesticide Regulation. See also Ebbetts Pass Forest Vatcb v Department of Forestry & Fire Protection (2008) 43 Cal.App.4th 936, 956 (fact that Department of Pesticide Regulation had assessed environmental effects of certain herbicides in general did not excuse failure to assess effects of their use for specific timber harvesting project). 1. The IS/MND Fails to Support its Land Use Analysis with Substantial Evidence. The IS/MND claims that the Project would have a less than significant impact concerning conflicts with any land use plan, policy, or regulation. (IS/MND 56). However, the conclusion of less than significant is reached by prematurely concluding that the Project is consistent with the General Plan when it adoption is being sought in the very meeting that is seeking its adoption. This is putting the cart before the horse. The IS/MND's shortcut land use analysis is not adequate. See, e.g., Friends of Lagoon Valley v. City of Vacaville (2007) 154 Cal.App.4th 807, 815 (upholding overall consistency finding even though project deviated from some plan provisions because plan allowed for balancing of competing policies). A clear and direct conflict with a mandatory provision of a general or specific plan usually amounts to an inconsistency that will preclude project approval. See Families Unafraid P. County of El Dorado (1998) 62 Cal.App.4th 1332, 1341 (project must satisfy mandatory general plan policy that is fundamental and unambiguous and does not allow discretion in interpretation and application). The IS/MND should be revised to include a more specific analysis of consistency to support its land use conclusion. 2. The ISIMND Fails to Support its Findings on Greenhouse Gas Impacts with Substantial Evidence. CEQA Guidelines § 15064.4 allow a lead agency to determine the significance of a project's GHG impact via a qualitative analysis (e.g., extent to which a project complies with regulations or requirements of state/regional/local GHG plans), City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project September 12, 2022 Page 10 of 19 and/or a quantitative analysis (e.g., using model or methodology to estimate project emissions and compare it to a numeric threshold). So too, CEQA Guidelines allow lead agencies to select what model or methodology to estimate GHG emissions so long as the selection is supported with substantial evidence, and the lead agency "should explain the limitations of the particular model or methodology selected for use." CEQA Guidelines § 15064.4(c). Here, the IS/MND included both qualitative and quantitative analyses. However, the IS/MND does not rely on any quantitative analysis to determine compliance with any numerical thresholds and instead relies solely on consistency with the City's General Plan in making a determination that the Project's GHG impacts are less than significant without mitigation. IS/MND, pp. 43-47. CEQA Guidelines sections 15064.4(b)(3) and 15183.5(b) allow a lead agency to consider a project's consistency with regulations or requirements adopted to implement a statewide, regional, or local plan for the reduction or mitigation of GHG emissions. CEQA Guidelines §§ 15064.4(b)(3) and 15183.5(b)(1) make clear qualified GHG reduction plans or CAP should include the following features: (1) Inventory: Quantify GHG emissions, both existing and projected over a specified time period, resulting from activities (e.g., projects) within a defined geographic area (e.g., lead agency jurisdiction); (2) Establish GHG Reduction Goal: Establish a level, based on substantial evidence, below which the contribution to GHG emissions from activities covered by the plan would not be cumulatively considerable; (3) Analyze Project Types: Identify and analyze the GHG emissions resulting from specific actions or categories of actions anticipated within the geographic area; (4) Craft Performance Based Mitigation Measures: Specify measures or a group of measures, including performance standards, that substantial evidence demonstrates, if implemented on a project -by -project basis, would collectively achieve the specified emissions level; City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project September 12, 2022 Page 11 of 19 (5) Monitoring: Establish a mechanism to monitor the CAP progress toward achieving said level and to require amendment if the plan is not achieving specified levels; Collectively, the above -listed features tie qualitative measures to quantitative results, which in turn become binding via proper monitoring and enforcement by the jurisdiction —all resulting in real GHG reductions for the jurisdiction as a whole, and the substantial evidence that the incremental contribution of an individual project is not cumulatively considerable. Second, it is not enough for an environmental document to conclude there is no significant GHG emissions impacts based upon a determination of consistency with a GHG Reduction Plan, without also making a determination based upon substantial evidence of the project's actual cumulative contributions to GHG emissions. In other words, a determination of consistency is only a starting point.' Compliance or non- compliance is merely one factor to be considered. The lead agency must explain how reliance on any particular plan or regulation addresses a potential impact. Here, however, the IS/MND fails to demonstrate that the GHG Reduction Plan includes the above -listed requirements to be considered a qualified CAP or GHG Reduction Plan for the City. As such, the IS/MND leaves an analytical gap showing that compliance with said plans can be used for a project -level significance determination for the Project. Second, the IS/MND fails to explain how compliance with the GHG Reduction Plan leads to a less than significant impact. i. The GHG Reduction Plan is Not aQualified CAP or GHG Reduction Plan. First, there is no evidence that the General Plan meets any of the five goals listed above as a qualified CAP or GHG Reduction Plan under CEQA Guidelines §§ 15064.4(b)(3) and 15183.5(b)(1). In fact, even though the Los Angeles General Plan is available on the City's website for review, the IS/MND does not make those plans readily available for review. It is also unclear where or how, and what sections the IS/MND is consistent with the General Plan or the CAP revised in 2020. The 8 Cal. Nat. Res. Agency, Final Statement of Reasons for Regulatory Action, Amendments to the State CEQA Guidelines, OAL Notice File No. Z-2018-0116-12 (Nov. 2018), at p. 95; see also Lighthouse Field Beach Rescue P. City of Santa Cru.Z (2005) 131 Cal. App. 4th 1170, 1207 ("[A]n inconsistency between a project and other land use controls does not in itself mandate a finding of significance. [Citations.]") City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project September 12, 2022 Page 12 of 19 IS/MND or EIR should explain how the GHG Reduction Plan qualifies for consistency analysis under CEQA Guidelines §§ 15064.4(b)(3) and 15183.5(b)(1) and provide a copy that plan for public review, instead of making only one reference to California Air Pollution Control (pp. 77-78). ii. The ISIMND Fails to Demonstrate Compliance mill Lead to a Less than Significant Impact. Second, the IS/MND fails to explain or analyze how compliance with the General Plan, even if it qualified for a consistency evaluation, will lead to a less than significant impact. The lead agency should explain how implementing the particular requirements in the plan, regulation or program ensure that the project's incremental contribution to the cumulative effect is not cumulatively considerable" (emphasis added).' 9 Natural Resources Agency (Nov. 2018) Final Statement of Reasons For Regulatory Action: Amendments To The State CEQA Guidelines ("2018 Final Statement of Reason"), p. 19 (adding reference to section 15183.5 to section 15064.4(b)(3) because it was "needed to clarify that lead agencies may rely on plans prepared pursuant to section 15183.5 in evaluating a project's greenhouse gas emissions[,] ... [which] is consistent with the Agency's Final Statement of Reasons for the addition of section 15064.4, which states that `proposed section 15064.4 is intended to be read in conjunction with ... proposed section 15183.5. Those sections each indicate that local and regional plans may be developed to reduce GHG emissions."'), htips://files.resources.ca.gov/cega/docs/2018 CEQA Final Statement of"/o20Reasons 111218.12df; see also Natural Resources Agency (Dec. 2009) Final Statement of Reasons for Regulatory Action ("2009 Final Statement of Reason"), p. 27 ("Those sections each indicate that local and regional plans may be developed to reduce GHG emissions. If such plans reduce community -wide emissions to a level that is less than significant, a later project that complies with the requirements in such a plan may be found to have a less than significant impact."), http://resources.ca.gov/cega/docs/ Final Statement of Reasons.pdf; 2009 Final Statement of Reason, pp. 14-17 (To qualify, the plan "must ... include binding requirements to address a cumulative problem[;] ... such plans contain Oec�c requirements with respect to resources that are within the agency `s Jurisdiction to avoid or substantially lessen the agency's contributions to GHG emissions ... consistency with plans that are purely yoirational (i.e., those that include only unen orceable goals without mandatory reduction measures), and provide no assurance that emissions within the area governed by the plan will actually address the cumulative problem[;] ... by re uirin that lead agencies dram a link between the project and the specific provisions of a binding plan or regulation, section 15064(h)(3) would ensure that cumulative effects of the project are actually addressed by the plan or regulation in question.") 35 SCAG (Dec. 2015) 2016 RTP/SCS Program EIR ("PEIR"), p. 3.8-12 — 3.8-13 ("SB 375 provides that the SCS developed as part of the RTP does not regulate the use of land or dictate local land use policies, and urther Ones provides that a city's or county's land use policies and regulations, including its general plan, are not required to be consistent with the SCS. Rather, SB 375 is intended to provide a regional policy foundation that local government may build upon, i the so choose." Emphasis added), https://scag.ca.gov/sites/main/files/file-attachments/ 2016dpeir 3 8 greenhousegases.pdPl624321146. City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project September 12, 2022 Page 13 of 19 Here, the IS/MND merely indicates its consistency with the 2050 RTP/SCS IS/MND, p. 45-46. This is the extent of the analysis. This fails to demonstrate how compliance will in fact lead to a less than significant impact. It is not enough to state some goals or policies and then state the Project will comply with those goals or policies. For example, there are no specific references to tangible measures of consistency with the city and state goals. The IS/MND does not conduct this analysis and relies wholly on compliance statements with an unverified or non -compliant GHG Reduction Plan. iii. The ISIMND Fails to Evaluate Cumulative Project GHG Impacts. An IS/MND must discuss cumulative impacts when they are significant and the project's incremental contribution is "cumulatively considerable." CEQA Guidelines §15130(a). A project's incremental contribution is cumulatively considerable if the incremental effects of the project are significant "when viewed in connection with the effects of past projects, the effects of other current projects, and the effects of probable future projects." CEQA Guidelines 5 15065(a)(3). Here, there is no evidence that the IS/MND's Air Quality, Energy, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, and Health Risk Assessment Impact Analysis evaluated the Project's cumulative project GHG emissions. See IS/MND, Appendix A. Throughout the IS/MND's GHG analysis (pp. 43-47), it states that the total projected GHG emissions for the Project are in compliance with the South Coast Air Management District's ("SCAQMD's") adopted 2016 AQMP, yet there is no analysis of a potential cumulative impact anywhere in the Appendix. The IS/MND needs to conduct a cumulative GHG impacts analysis, and if there is a potentially significant impact, impose adequate and all feasible measures. 3. The ISI MND Fails to Analy.Ze Cumulative Project AirQuality Impacts. The IS/MND (pp. 28-32) indicates no potentially significant impacts for air quality that is mitigated to less than significant levels with Mitigation Measures 1 and 2 identified as such in Appendix A (low-VOC applications and Tier 4 Final construction equipment) —yet, as with the IS/MND GHG analysis, there is no evidence in Appendix A that any cumulative impacts analysis was conducted that included other projects. Thus, there is no substantial evidence upon which to base the City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project September 12, 2022 Page 14 of 19 IS/MND's conclusion of no significant cumulative impacts with the aforementioned mitigation measures. The IS/MND needs to conduct a cumulative air quality impacts analysis, and if there is a potentially significant impact, impose adequate and all feasible measures. 4. The ISIMND Fails to Adequately Disclose, Analy.Ze the Proyect's Significant Noise Impacts The IS/MND discloses that the Project will not have less than significant or no noise impacts and proposes no mitigation measures based on those conclusions (IS/MND 58-62). The IS/MND fails to adequately analyze all of the Project's significant noise impacts. For example, the Project's analysis excludes the impacts of the nearby sensitive receptors, including but not limited to all the nearby single-family residences in all directions, the Temecula Ridge Apartment Homes, Sage Canyon Apartments Homes, Portofino Apartments, Rancho Apartments, Vail Elementary School, Temecula Elementary School, Orchard Church, Go STEAM 4 Girls, and Zen Balancing business. The IS/MND acknowledges that construction activity is allowable between 7:00 am and 6:30 pm, times when the schools and businesses will certainly be in session and susceptible to disturbance from excessive noise levels that will almost certainly impact the schools, learning, business operations of the nearby businesses, and work productivity of those many residents who work from home in the hundreds of homes surrounding the Project site. Yet none of these details are attended to in the IS/MND. An agency may not avoid its responsibility to prepare proper environmental analysis by failing to gather relevant data. Sundstrom v. County of Mendocino (1988) 202 Cal.App.3d 296, 311. 5. The ISI MND Fails to Adequately Analy.Ze Ha.Zards and Ha.Zardous Materials Impacts The IS/MND's analysis of Hazards and Hazardous Materials Impacts is deficient. It concludes either that impacts would be less than significant, or that there would be no impact (IS/MND p. 48). This is inappropriate given the hazardous or potentially hazardous materials that need to be transported adjacent to sensitive receptors, such as all the nearby single-family residences in all directions, the Temecula Ridge Apartment Homes, Sage Canyon Apartments Homes, Portofino Apartments, Rancho Apartments, Vail Elementary School, Temecula Elementary School, Orchard Church, City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project September 12, 2022 Page 15 of 19 Go STEAM 4 Girls, and Zen Balancing business, and potentially others. The IS/MND improperly concludes that hazardous materials likely to be utilized, such as inorganic and organic chemicals, solvents, mercury, lead, asbestos, paints and paint supplies, oil, gasoline, cleansers, pesticides, cleaning solvents, concrete, hydraulic fluids, various "cleaning materials", vehicle fuels, and assumes that the 20 to 24 month timeframe would constitute "short-term" use of these hazards and hazardous materials, or that they would be localized to the project site without explaining how they would not radiate to the nearby sensitive receptors (IS/MND 49). There is no further analysis tailored to the specific needs of the Project, and so there is no analysis conducted on the specific hazards or hazardous materials as to any of the sections that require further detail when such mitigation is implemented and supported by substantial evidence in accordance with CEQA Guideline § 15091. And, an agency may not avoid its responsibility to prepare proper environmental analysis by failing to gather relevant data. Sundstrom P. County of Mendocino (1988) 202 Cal.App.3d 296, 311. 6. The ISI MND Fails to Adequately Analy.Ze the Project's Significant Biological Impacts The IS/MND discloses that the Project will have no biological impacts and proposes no mitigation measures for those conclusions (IS/MND 33-34). The IS/MND recognizes the potential for special -status plant or animal species or sensitive natural communities within the Project site (IS/MND 33) but only cites to prior rough grading and circular logic that it would not contain any suitable habitats for special -status species. The analysis cites to no survey at all, let alone a recent one, that could indicate whether the Project site is occupied by special status plant or animal species. The IS/MND is obligated to provide information germane to determining whether there are recent occupations of special status flora and fauna via a survey or equivalent evidence. Nor does the IS/MND explain why the Project Site is not located within a Criteria Cell pursuant to the Western Riverside County Regional Conservation Authority Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan in determining that the Project Site is outside that jurisdiction. Because of this, the IS/MND should be replaced with a more substantive EIR that adequately analyzes and mitigates these significant impacts to the local fauna. An agency may not avoid its responsibility to prepare proper environmental analysis by failing to gather relevant data. Sundstrom v. County of Mendocino (1988) 202 Cal.App.3d 296, 311. City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project September 12, 2022 Page 16 of 19 7. The ISI MND Fails to Adequately Analy.Ze the Project's Significant Transportation and Traffic Impacts The IS/MND inadequately analyzes potential transportation and traffic impacts relating to the Project (IS/MND pp. 67-69). It recognizes the existing street network and availability to public transit and adjacent highways, and specifically the Rancho California Road, Ynez Road, and Moraga Road. Despite this, the IS/MND provides insufficient analysis of transportation and traffic impacts caused by the Project. For instance, the Project is adjacent to a major thoroughfare in Temecula, which acts as a major east/west transportation artery through the city. Despite this, the IS/MND nonetheless finds that there would be less -than -significant impacts to all transportation and traffic metrics. The road is surrounded and utilized by the hundreds of nearby single-family homes and several nearby apartment complexes. The IS/MND already indicated the use of heavy construction equipment and machinery, as well as the transportation of hazardous materials. Construction is allowable between the hours of 7 AM and 6:30 PM Monday through Friday, which would likely involve simultaneous traffic congestion from construction and school pickup/drop off. Furthermore, with an increased propensity for work -from -home schedules, business, residential, and construction travel could each be impacted by the other and the Project's Development, making rush-hour times less -predictable. There is also no attendance of the impact to the nearby businesses, Church, especially considering how important Rancho California Road is to the City of Temecula generally. Despite these considerations, the IS/MND acknowledges few, if any of them. An agency may not avoid its responsibility to prepare proper environmental analysis by failing to gather relevant data. Sundstrom P. County of Mendocino (1988) 202 Cal.App.3d 296, 311. The IS/MND is obligated to attend to these considerations but does not do so. SWRCC requests the City reconsider and incorporate deeper analysis as it pertains to transportation and traffic. III. THE PROJECT VIOLATES THE STATE PLANNING AND ZONING LAW AS WELL AS THE CITY'S GENERAL PLAN A. Background Regarding the State Planning and Zoning Law An EIR must identify, fully analyze and mitigate any inconsistencies between a proposed project and the general, specific, regional, and other plans that apply to the project. CEQA Guidelines § 15125(d); Pfe fer P. City of Sunnyvale City Council (2011) City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project September 12, 2022 Page 17 of 19 200 Cal.App.4th 1552, 1566; Friends of the Eel River v. Sonoma County 1�aterAgency (2003) 108 Cal.AppAth 859, 881. There does not need to be a direct conflict to trigger this requirement; even if a project is "incompatible" with the "goals and policies" of a land use plan, the EIR must assess the divergence between the project and the plan, and mitigate any adverse effects of the inconsistencies. Napa Citizens for Honest Government P. Napa County Bd. of Supervisors (2001) 91 Cal.App.4th 342, 378-79; see also Pocket Protectors P. City of Sacramento (2004) 124 Cal.App.4th 903 (holding under CEQA that a significant impact exists where project conflicts with local land use policies); Friends of `B"Street P. City of Hayward (1980) 106 Cal.App.3d 988, 998 (held county development and infrastructure improvements must be consistent with adopted general plans) (citing Gov. Code 65302). B. The Proposed Land Use Amendments and Entitlements Conflict with SB 375 and SCAG's 2020 Regional Transportation Plan and Sustainable Communities Strat= In 2008, Senate Bill 375 amended CEQA and empowered metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) to enact regional plans to reduce GHG emissions from passenger vehicles. MPOs are required to prepare regional transportation plans (RTP) and sustainable community strategies (SCS) in an effort to meet CARB's GHG reduction goals under SB 375. (Gov. Code § 65080(b)(2)(B).) SB 375 specifically targets GHG emissions from passenger vehicles by linking land use decisions to transportation planning. (Id.) If the regional SCS/RTP plan does not achieve CARB's GHG reduction targets, then the MPO is required to create an alternative planning strategy (APS) that shows how the targets can be achieved through other mechanism such as alternative development patterns, infrastructure decisions, or other alternative transportation measures or policies that can still achieve CARB's reduction targets. (Gov. Code § 65080(b)(2)(I).) For this Project, the applicable plan is SCAG's 2020-2045 RTP/SCS plan adopted on September 3, 2020. The IS/MND fails to analyze the Project's consistency with SCAG's 2020-2045 RTP/SCS plan, outright. But it also fails to adequately analyze consistency with the 2016 plan. For example, SCAG's 2016 RTP/SCS requires or suggests the following that the Project fails to consider or adopt in the IS/MND: City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project September 12, 2022 Page 18 of 19 • Land Use Policies: pursuing affordable housing or providing more transportation options for short trips;10 • Transportation Network Strategies: providing transit fare discounts; providing transit integration strategies such as integration of active transportation and transit by improving pedestrian access and bicyclist access;" • Transportation Demand Management Strategies: encourage use and implementation of TDM strategies such as rideshare incentives, parking management, parking subsidies for carpoolers, incentives for telecommuting, integrated mobility hubs, or additional investments in active transportation infrastructure; 12 and • Clean Vehicle Technology Strategies: use of neighborhood electric vehicles (NEVs), and anticipating shared mobility platforms, car - to -car communication or automated vehicle technologies.13 The IS/MND fails to demonstrate consistency with the most recent SCAG 2020-2045 RTP / SCS and should be revised to meet its goals and policies. SWRCC also notes that the City did not respond to it's prior submissions of these comments. IV. CONCLUSION SWRCC requests that the City revise and recirculate the Project's Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration, or submit an environmental impact report, to address the aforementioned concerns. If the City has any questions or concerns, feel free to contact my Office. 10 SCAG (Apr. 2016) 2016 RTP/SCS, pp. 75-114. 11 Id 12 id.. 13 id.. City of Temecula — Rendezvous Phase II Project September 12, 2022 Page 19 of 19 Sincerely, Jason Cohen, Esq. Attorneys for Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters Attachments: March 8, 2021 SWAPE Letter to Mitchell M. Tsai re Local Hire Requirements and Considerations for Greenhouse Gas Modeling (Exhibit A); Air Quality and GHG Expert Paul Rosenfeld CV (Exhibit B); and Air Quality and GHG Expert Matt Hagemann CV (Exhibit C). EXHIBIT A S� p Technical Consultation, Data Analysis and JLitigation Support for the Environment 2656 29th Street, Suite 201 Santa Monica, CA 90405 Matt Hagemann, P.G, C.Hg. (949) 887-9013 mhagemann@swape.com Paul E. Rosenfeld, PhD (310) 795-2335 prosenfeld@swape.com March 8, 2021 Mitchell M. Tsai 155 South El Molino, Suite 104 Pasadena, CA 91101 Subject: Local Hire Requirements and Considerations for Greenhouse Gas Modeling Dear Mr. Tsai, Soil Water Air Protection Enterprise ("SWAPE") is pleased to provide the following draft technical report explaining the significance of worker trips required for construction of land use development projects with respect to the estimation of greenhouse gas ("GHG") emissions. The report will also discuss the potential for local hire requirements to reduce the length of worker trips, and consequently, reduced or mitigate the potential GHG impacts. Worker Trips and Greenhouse Gas Calculations The California Emissions Estimator Model ("CaIEEMod") is a "statewide land use emissions computer model designed to provide a uniform platform for government agencies, land use planners, and environmental professionals to quantify potential criteria pollutant and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions associated with both construction and operations from a variety of land use projects."' CaIEEMod quantifies construction -related emissions associated with land use projects resulting from off -road construction equipment; on -road mobile equipment associated with workers, vendors, and hauling; fugitive dust associated with grading, demolition, truck loading, and on -road vehicles traveling along paved and unpaved roads; and architectural coating activities; and paving.2 The number, length, and vehicle class of worker trips are utilized by CaIEEMod to calculate emissions associated with the on -road vehicle trips required to transport workers to and from the Project site during construction.' 1 "California Emissions Estimator Model." CAPCOA, 2017, available at: http://www.agmd.gov/caleemod/home. Z "California Emissions Estimator Model." CAPCOA, 2017, available at: http://www.agmd.gov/caleemod/home. 3 "CaIEEMod User's Guide." CAPCOA, November 2017, available at: http://www.agmd.gov/docs/default- source/caleemod/01 user-39-s-guide2016-3-2 15november2017.pdf?sfvrsn=4, p. 34. 1 Specifically, the number and length of vehicle trips is utilized to estimate the vehicle miles travelled ("VMT") associated with construction. Then, utilizing vehicle -class specific EMFAC 2014 emission factors, CaIEEMod calculates the vehicle exhaust, evaporative, and dust emissions resulting from construction -related VMT, including personal vehicles for worker commuting.4 Specifically, in order to calculate VMT, CaIEEMod multiplies the average daily trip rate by the average overall trip length (see excerpt below): "VMTd = F(Average Daily Trip Rate i * Average Overall Trip Length 1) n Where: n = Number of land uses being modeled."' Furthermore, to calculate the on -road emissions associated with worker trips, CaIEEMod utilizes the following equation (see excerpt below): "EmisslonSpollutant = VMT * EFrunning,pollutant Where: Emissionspollutant = emissions from vehicle running for each pollutant VMT = vehicle miles traveled EFrunning,pollutant = emission factor for running emissions."' Thus, there is a direct relationship between trip length and VMT, as well as a direct relationship between VMT and vehicle running emissions. In other words, when the trip length is increased, the VMT and vehicle running emissions increase as a result. Thus, vehicle running emissions can be reduced by decreasing the average overall trip length, by way of a local hire requirement or otherwise. Default Worker Trip Parameters and Potential Local Hire Requirements As previously discussed, the number, length, and vehicle class of worker trips are utilized by CaIEEMod to calculate emissions associated with the on -road vehicle trips required to transport workers to and from the Project site during construction.' In order to understand how local hire requirements and associated worker trip length reductions impact GHG emissions calculations, it is important to consider the CaIEEMod default worker trip parameters. CalEEMod provides recommended default values based on site -specific information, such as land use type, meteorological data, total lot acreage, project type and typical equipment associated with project type. If more specific project information is known, the user can change the default values and input project - specific values, but the California Environmental Quality Act ("CEQA") requires that such changes be justified by substantial evidence.' The default number of construction -related worker trips is calculated by multiplying the 4 "Appendix A Calculation Details for CalEEMod." CAPCOA, October 2017, available at: http://www.agmd.gov/docs/default- source/caleemod/02 appendix-a2016-3-2.pdf?sfvrsn=6, p. 14-15. 5 "Appendix A Calculation Details for CalEEMod." CAPCOA, October 2017, available at: http://www.agmd.gov/docs/default- source/caleemod/02 appendix-a2016-3-2.pdf?sfvrsn=6, P. 23. ' "Appendix A Calculation Details for CalEEMod." CAPCOA, October 2017, available at: http://www.agmd.gov/docs/default- source/caleemod/02 appendix-a2016-3-2.pdf?sfvrsn=6, p. 15. 7 "CalEEMod User's Guide." CAPCOA, November 2017, available at: http://www.agmd.gov/docs/default- source/caleemod/01 user-39-s-guide2016-3-2 15november2017.pdf?sfvrsn=4, p. 34. $ CalEEMod User Guide, available at: http://www.caleemod.com/, p. 1, 9. 2 number of pieces of equipment for all phases by 1.25, with the exception of worker trips required for the building construction and architectural coating phases.9 Furthermore, the worker trip vehicle class is a 50/25/25 percent mix of light duty autos, light duty truck class 1 and light duty truck class 2, respectively."10 Finally, the default worker trip length is consistent with the length of the operational home -to -work vehicle trips.11 The operational home -to -work vehicle trip lengths are: "[B]ased on the location and urbanization selected on the project characteristic screen. These values were supplied by the air districts or use a default average for the state. Each district (or county) also assigns trip lengths for urban and rural settings" (emphasis added)." Thus, the default worker trip length is based on the location and urbanization level selected by the User when modeling emissions. The below table shows the CaIEEMod default rural and urban worker trip lengths by air basin (see excerpt below and Attachment A).13 Worker Trip Length by Air Basin Air Basin Rural (miles) Urban (miles) Great Basin Valleys 16.8 10.8 Lake County 16.8 10.8 Lake Tahoe 16.8 10.8 Mojave Desert 16.8 10.8 Mountain Counties 16.8 10.8 North Central Coast 17.1 12.3 North Coast 16.8 10.8 Northeast Plateau 16.8 10.8 Sacramento Valley 16.8 10.8 Salton Sea 14.6 11 San Diego 16.8 10.8 San Francisco Bay Area 10.8 10.8 San Joaquin Valley 16.8 10.8 South Central Coast 16.8 10.8 South Coast 19.8 14.7 Average 16.47 11.17 Minimum 10.80 10.80 Maximum 19.80 14.70 Range 9.00 3.90 9 "CaIEEMod User's Guide." CAPCOA, November 2017, available at: http://www.agmd.gov/docs/default- source/caleemod/01 user-39-s-guide2016-3-2 15november2017.pdf?sfvrsn=4, p. 34. 10 "Appendix A Calculation Details for CaIEEMod." CAPCOA, October 2017, available at: http://www.agmd.gov/docs/default-source/caleemod/02 appendix-a2016-3-2.pdf?sfvrsn=6, p. 15. 11 "Appendix A Calculation Details for CaIEEMod." CAPCOA, October 2017, available at: http://www.agmd.gov/docs/default-source/caleemod/02 appendix-a2016-3-2.pdf?sfvrsn=6, p. 14. 12 "Appendix A Calculation Details for CaIEEMod." CAPCOA, October 2017, available at: http://www.agmd.gov/docs/default-source/caleemod/02 appendix-a2016-3-2.pdf?sfvrsn=6, p. 21. 13 "Appendix D Default Data Tables." CAPCOA, October 2017, available at: http://www.agmd.gov/docs/default- source/caleemod/05 appendix-d2016-3-2.pdf?sfvrsn=4, p. D-84 - D-86. 3 As demonstrated above, default rural worker trip lengths for air basins in California vary from 10.8- to 19.8- miles, with an average of 16.47 miles. Furthermore, default urban worker trip lengths vary from 10.8- to 14.7- miles, with an average of 11.17 miles. Thus, while default worker trip lengths vary by location, default urban worker trip lengths tend to be shorter in length. Based on these trends evident in the CalEEMod default worker trip lengths, we can reasonably assume that the efficacy of a local hire requirement is especially dependent upon the urbanization of the project site, as well as the project location. Practical Application of a Local Hire Requirement and Associated Impact To provide an example of the potential impact of a local hire provision on construction -related GHG emissions, we estimated the significance of a local hire provision for the Village South Specific Plan ("Project") located in the City of Claremont ("City"). The Project proposed to construct 1,000 residential units, 100,000-SF of retail space, 45,000-SF of office space, as well as a 50-room hotel, on the 24-acre site. The Project location is classified as Urban and lies within the Los Angeles -South Coast County. As a result, the Project has a default worker trip length of 14.7 miles.14 In an effort to evaluate the potential for a local hire provision to reduce the Project's construction -related GHG emissions, we prepared an updated model, reducing all worker trip lengths to 10 miles (see Attachment B). Our analysis estimates that if a local hire provision with a 10-mile radius were to be implemented, the GHG emissions associated with Project construction would decrease by approximately 17% (see table below and Attachment C). Local Hire Provision Net Change Without Local Hire Provision Total Construction GHG Emissions (MT CO2e) Amortized Construction GHG Emissions (MT CO2e/year) 3,623 120.77 With Local Hire Provision Total Construction GHG Emissions (MT CO2e) Amortized Construction GHG Emissions (MT CO2e/year) % Decrease in Construction -related GHG Emissions 3,024 100.80 17% As demonstrated above, by implementing a local hire provision requiring 10 mile worker trip lengths, the Project could reduce potential GHG emissions associated with construction worker trips. More broadly, any local hire requirement that results in a decreased worker trip length from the default value has the potential to result in a reduction of construction -related GHG emissions, though the significance of the reduction would vary based on the location and urbanization level of the project site. This serves as an example of the potential impacts of local hire requirements on estimated project -level GHG emissions, though it does not indicate that local hire requirements would result in reduced construction -related GHG emission for all projects. As previously described, the significance of a local hire requirement depends on the worker trip length enforced and the default worker trip length for the project's urbanization level and location. 14 "Appendix D Default Data Tables." CAPCOA, October 2017, available at: http://www.agmd.gov/docs/default- source/caleemod/05 appendix-d2016-3-2.pdf?sfvrsn=4, p. D-85. 4 Disclaimer SWAPE has received limited discovery. Additional information may become available in the future; thus, we retain the right to revise or amend this report when additional information becomes available. Our professional services have been performed using that degree of care and skill ordinarily exercised, under similar circumstances, by reputable environmental consultants practicing in this or similar localities at the time of service. No other warranty, expressed or implied, is made as to the scope of work, work methodologies and protocols, site conditions, analytical testing results, and findings presented. This report reflects efforts which were limited to information that was reasonably accessible at the time of the work, and may contain informational gaps, inconsistencies, or otherwise be incomplete due to the unavailability or uncertainty of information obtained or provided by third parties. Sincerely, G Matt Hagemann, P.G., C.Hg. �p Paul E. Rosenfeld, Ph.D. 5 Attachment A Rural H-W Urban H-W Location Type Location Name (miles) (miles) Air Basin Great Basin 16.8 10.8 Air Basin Lake County 16.8 10.8 Air Basin Lake Tahoe 16.8 10.8 Air Basin Mojave Desert 16.8 10.8 Air Basin Mountain 16.8 10.8 Air Basin North Central 17.1 12.3 Air Basin North Coast 16.8 10.8 Air Basin Northeast 16.8 10.8 Air Basin Sacramento 16.8 10.8 Air Basin Salton Sea 14.6 11 Air Basin San Diego 16.8 10.8 Air Basin San Francisco 10.8 10.8 Air Basin San Joaquin 16.8 10.8 Air Basin South Central 16.8 10.8 Air Basin South Coast 19.8 14.7 Air District Amador County 16.8 10.8 Air District Antelope Valley 16.8 10.8 Air District Bay Area AQMD 10.8 10.8 Air District Butte County 12.54 12.54 Air District Calaveras 16.8 10.8 Air District Colusa County 16.8 10.8 Air District El Dorado 16.8 10.8 Air District Feather River 16.8 10.8 Air District Glenn County 16.8 10.8 Air District Great Basin 16.8 10.8 Air District Imperial County 10.2 7.3 Air District Kern County 16.8 10.8 Air District Lake County 16.8 10.8 Air District Lassen County 16.8 10.8 Air District Mariposa 16.8 10.8 Air District Mendocino 16.8 10.8 Air District Modoc County 16.8 10.8 Air District Mojave Desert 16.8 10.8 Air District Monterey Bay 16.8 10.8 Air District North Coast 16.8 10.8 Air District Northern Sierra 16.8 10.8 Air District Northern 16.8 10.8 Air District Placer County 16.8 10.8 Air District Sacramento 15 10 Air District San Diego 16.8 10.8 Air District San Joaquin 16.8 10.8 Air District San Luis Obispo 13 13 Air District Santa Barbara 8.3 8.3 Air District Shasta County 16.8 10.8 Air District Siskiyou County 16.8 10.8 Air District South Coast 19.8 14.7 Air District Tehama County 16.8 10.8 Air District Tuolumne 16.8 10.8 Air District Ventura County 16.8 10.8 Air District Yolo/Solano 15 10 County Alameda 10.8 10.8 County Alpine 16.8 10.8 County Amador 16.8 10.8 County Butte 12.54 12.54 County Calaveras 16.8 10.8 County Colusa 16.8 10.8 County Contra Costa 10.8 10.8 County Del Norte 16.8 10.8 County El Dorado -Lake 16.8 10.8 County El Dorado- 16.8 10.8 County Fresno 16.8 10.8 County Glenn 16.8 10.8 County Humboldt 16.8 10.8 County Imperial 10.2 7.3 County Inyo 16.8 10.8 County Kern -Mojave 16.8 10.8 County Kern -San 16.8 10.8 County Kings 16.8 10.8 County Lake 16.8 10.8 County Lassen 16.8 10.8 County Los Angeles- 16.8 10.8 County Los Angeles- 19.8 14.7 County Madera 16.8 10.8 County Marin 10.8 10.8 County Mariposa 16.8 10.8 County Mendocino- 16.8 10.8 County Mendocino- 16.8 10.8 County Mendocino- 16.8 10.8 County Mendocino- 16.8 10.8 County Merced 16.8 10.8 County Modoc 16.8 10.8 County Mono 16.8 10.8 County Monterey 16.8 10.8 County Napa 10.8 10.8 County Nevada 16.8 10.8 County Orange 19.8 14.7 County Placer -Lake 16.8 10.8 County Placer -Mountain 16.8 10.8 County Placer- 16.8 10.8 County Plumas 16.8 10.8 County Riverside- 16.8 10.8 County Riverside- 19.8 14.7 County Riverside -Salton 14.6 11 County Riverside -South 19.8 14.7 County Sacramento 15 10 County San Benito 16.8 10.8 County San Bernardino- 16.8 10.8 County San Bernardino- 19.8 14.7 County San Diego 16.8 10.8 County San Francisco 10.8 10.8 County San Joaquin 16.8 10.8 County San Luis Obispo 13 13 County San Mateo 10.8 10.8 County Santa Barbara- 8.3 8.3 County Santa Barbara- 8.3 8.3 County Santa Clara 10.8 10.8 County Santa Cruz 16.8 10.8 County Shasta 16.8 10.8 County Sierra 16.8 10.8 County Siskiyou 16.8 10.8 County Solano- 15 10 County Solano-San 16.8 10.8 County Sonoma -North 16.8 10.8 County Sonoma -San 10.8 10.8 County Stanislaus 16.8 10.8 County Sutter 16.8 10.8 County Tehama 16.8 10.8 County Trinity 16.8 10.8 County Tulare 16.8 10.8 County Tuolumne 16.8 10.8 County Ventura 16.8 10.8 County Yolo 15 10 County Yuba 16.8 10.8 Statewide Statewide 16.8 10.8 Worker Air Basin Great Basin Valleys Lake County Lake Tahoe Mojave Desert Mountain Counties North Central Coast North Coast Northeast Plateau Sacramento Valley Salton Sea San Diego San Francisco Bay Area San Joaquin Valley South Central Coast South Coast Average Mininum Maximum Range igth by Air Basin Rural (miles) 16.8 16.8 16.8 16.8 16.8 17.1 16.8 16.8 16.8 14.6 16.8 10.8 16.8 16.8 19.8 16.47 10.80 19.80 9.00 Urban (miles) 10.8 10.8 10.8 10.8 10.8 12.3 10.8 10.8 10.8 11 10.8 10.8 10.8 10.8 14.7 11.17 10.80 14.70 3.90 Attachment B CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 1 of 44 Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 1.0 Project Characteristics 1.1 Land Usage Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Land Uses Size Metric Lot Acreage Floor Surface Area Population General Office Building 45.00 + 1000sgft ; 1.03 45,000.00 i 0 ---------------------------_------------------------------_----------------------------- - h Turnover Sit Down Restaurant)36.00 + High = — — ;-------------------- 1000sgft ; 0.83 36,000.00 -+ 0 -----------------------------_------------------------------ _------------------------------ Hotel 50.00 + = — -- —;------------- ------- Room ; 1.67 72,600.00 - 1 0 -----------y----------------_------------------------------_----------------------------- Qualit Restaurant 8.00 + = --- ---—;-------------------- 1000sgft ; 0.18 8,000.00 -+ 0 ----------------------------_------------------------------_----------------------------- Apartments Low Rise 25.00 + = --- --------- —;------------- Dwelling Unit ; 1.56 25,000.00 -+ 72 -----------------------------_------------------------------_------------------------------=-----------------------i------------------+--------------- Apartments Mid Rise 975.00 + Dwelling Unit ; 25.66 975,000.00 i 2789 ------------------------------ _------------------------------ _----------------------------- --------------}------------------E------------- Regional Shopping Center 56.00 1000sgft 1.29 56,000.00 0 1.2 Other Project Characteristics Urbanization Urban Wind Speed (m/s) 2.2 Precipitation Freq (Days) 33 Climate Zone 9 Operational Year 2028 Utility Company Southern California Edison CO2Intensity 702.44 CH4Intensity 0.029 N20Intensity 0.006 (lb/MWhr) (lb/MWhr) (lb/MWhr) 1.3 User Entered Comments & Non -Default Data CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 2 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual Project Characteristics - Consistent with the DEIR's model. Land Use - See SWAPE comment regarding residential and retail land uses. Construction Phase - See SWAPE comment regarding individual construction phase lengths. Demolition - Consistent with the DEIR's model. See SWAPE comment regarding demolition. Vehicle Trips - Saturday trips consistent with the DEIR's model. See SWAPE comment regarding weekday and Sunday trips. Woodstoves - Woodstoves and wood -burning fireplaces consistent with the DEIR's model. See SWAPE comment regarding gas fireplaces. Energy Use - Construction Off -road Equipment Mitigation - See SWAPE comment on construction -related mitigation. Area Mitigation - See SWAPE comment regarding operational mitigation measures. Water Mitigation - See SWAPE comment regarding operational mitigation measures. Table Name Column Name Default Value New Value tblFireplaces FireplaceWood Mass IT 1,019.20 0.00 ---------------------------- tblFireplaces ------------------------------ r-------------------------------------------------------- FireplaceWood Mass 1,019.20 0.00 -------------p-------------_------------------- tblFire laces ------------ -------------------------- NumberWood r 1.25 0.00 ---------------------------- tblFireplaces ------------------------------r----------------------------- ------------------------- NumberWood 48.75 0.00 ---------------------------_----------------- tblVehicleTrips ------------ ------------------------- ST_TR r 7.16 6.17 ----------------------------- tblVehicleTrips ------------------------------r------------------------------------------------------- ST_TR 6.39 3.87 ----------------------------- tblVehicleTrips ------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------------- ST_TR 2.46 1.39 ----------------------------_----------------- tblVehicleTrips -------------------------------------- ST_TR r 158.37 79.82 ----------------------------_----------------- tblVehicleTrips -------------------------------------- ST_TR r 8.19 3.75 ----------------------------_----------------- tblVehicleTrips --------------------------------------- ST_TR r 94.36 63.99 ----------------------------_----------------- tblVehicleTrips --------------------------------------- ST_TR r 49.97 10.74 ----------------------------_----------------- tblVehicleTrips --------------------------------------- SU_TR r 6.07 6.16 ----------------------------- tblVehicleTrips ------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------------- SU_TR 5.86 4.18 ----------------------------_-----------------------------' tblVehicleTrips --------------------------------------- SU_TR r 1.05 0.69 ----------------------------- tblVehicleTrips ------------------------------t------------------------------ -------------------------- SU_TR 131.84 78.27 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 3 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual tblVehicleTrips SU_TR 5.95 3.20 ----------------------------- tblVehicleTrips Y---------------------------- SU_TR �-----------------------------T-------------------------- } 72.16 57.65 tblVehicleTrips SU_TR } 25.24 6.39 tblVehicleTrips WD_TR } 6.59 5.83 tblVehicleTrips WD_TR } 6.65 4.13 tblVehicleTrips WD_TR } 11.03 6.41 tblVehicleTrips WD_TR } 127.15 65.80 tblVehicleTrips WD_TR } 8.17 3.84 tblVehicleTrips WD_TR } 89.95 62.64 tblVehicleTrips WD_TR } 42.70 9.43 tblWoodstoves NumberCatalytic } 1.25 0.00 tblWoodstoves NumberCatalytic } 48.75 0.00 tblWoodstoves NumberNoncatalytic } 1.25 0.00 tblWoodstoves NumberNoncatalytic } 48.75 0.00 tblWoodstoves Wood stove DayYear } 25.00 0.00 tblWoodstoves Wood stove DayYear } 25.00 0.00 tblWoodstoves WoodstoveWood Mass i 999.60 0.00 tblWoodstoves WoodstoveWood Mass 999.60 0.00 2.0 Emissions Summary CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 4 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 2.1 Overall Construction Unmitigated Construction ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I PM10 I PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Year tons/yr MT/yr 2021 •i 0.1713 i 1.8242 � 1.1662 i 2.4000e- 0.4169 0.0817 i 0.4986 0.1795 i 0.0754 0.2549 0.0000 i 213.1969 213.1969 i 0.0601 0.0000 214.6993 003 ------------- 2022 •i 0.6904 4.1142 6.1625 0.0189 1.3058 0.1201 1.4259 0.3460 0.1128 0.4588 0.0000 i 1,721.682 1,721.682 0.1294 0.0000 1,724.918 i � i � � i � i � � i � '� i i i i i i i i • 1 6 i 6 i i i 7 2023 •i 0.6148 i 3.3649 � 5.6747 i 0.0178 � 1.1963 � 0.0996 i 1.2959 � 0.3203 i 0.0935 0.4138 � 0.0000 i 1,627.529 1,627.529 i 0.1185 0.0000 1,630.492 '� i i i i i i i i • 5 i 5 i i 5 2024 •1 4.1619 i 0.1335 0.2810 i 5.9000e- 0.0325 6.4700e- i 0.0390 8.6300e- i 6.0400e- 0.0147 0.0000 i 52.9078 52.9078 i 8.0200e- 0.0000 1 53.1082 004 003 003 003 : 003 i Maximum 4.1619 4.1142 6.1625 0.0189 1.3058 0.1201 1.4259 0.3460 0.1128 0.4588 0.0000 1,721.682 1,721.682 0.1294 0.0000 1,724.918 6 6 7 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 5 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 2.1 Overall Construction Mitigated Construction ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 I PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Year tons/yr MT/yr 2021 •i 0.1713 i 1.8242 � 1.1662 i 2.4000e- 0.4169 0.0817 i 0.4986 0.1795 i 0.0754 0.2549 0.0000 i 213.1967 � 213.1967 i 0.0601 0.0000 214.6991 003 2022 •i 0.6904 4.1142 6.1625 0.0189 1.3058 0.1201 1.4259 0.3460 0.1128 0.4588 0.0000 i 1,721.682 1,721.682 0.1294 0.0000 1,724.918 i � i � � i � i � � i 3 i 3 i i i 3 2023 •i 0.6148 i 3.3648 5.6747 i 0.0178 1.1963 0.0996 i 1.2959 0.3203 i 0.0935 0.4138 0.0000 i 1,627.529 1,627.529 i 0.1185 0.0000 1,630.492 2024 •1 4.1619 i 0.1335 0.2810 i 5.9000e- 0.0325 6.4700e- i 0.0390 8.6300e- i 6.0400e- 0.0147 0.0000 i 52.9077 52.9077 i 8.0200e- 0.0000 53.1082 004 003 003 003 : 003 i Maximum 4.1619 4.1142 6.1625 0.0189 1.3058 0.1201 1.4259 0.3460 0.1128 0.4588 0.0000 1,721.682 1,721.682 0.1294 0.0000 1,724.918 3 3 3 ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio-0O2 NBio-0O2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Percent 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Reduction Quarter Start Date End Date Maximum Unmitigated ROG + NOX (tons/quarter) Maximum Mitigated ROG + NOX (tons/quarter) 1 9-1-2021 11-30-2021 1.4103 1.4103 2 12-1-2021 2-28-2022 1.3613 1.3613 3 3-1-2022 5-31-2022 1.1985 1.1985 4 6-1-2022 8-31-2022 1.1921 1.1921 5 9-1-2022 11-30-2022 1.1918 1.1918 6 12-1-2022 2-28-2023 1.0774 1.0774 7 3-1-2023 5-31-2023 1.0320 1.0320 8 6-1-2023 8-31-2023 1.0260 1.0260 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 6 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 9 9-1-2023 11-30-2023 1.0265 1.0265 10 12-1-2023 2-29-2024 2.8857 2.8857 11 3-1-2024 5-31-2024 1.6207 1.6207 Highest 2.8857 2.8857 2.2 Overall Operational Unmitigated Operational ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 I PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I I Category tons/yr MT/yr Area •i 5.1437 i 0.2950 i 10.3804 1.6700e- 0.0714 i 0.0714 i i 0.0714 0.0714 0.0000 i 220.9670 i 220.9670 i 0.0201 i 3.7400e- 222.5835 Energy •i 0.1398 i 1.2312 i 0.7770 7.6200e- i i 0.0966 i 0.0966 i i 0.0966 0.0966 0.0000 1 3,896.073 i 3,896.073 i 0.1303 i 0.0468 3,913.283 003 i i i i i 2 i 2 i i 3 ;� i i i i Mobile •1 1.5857 i 7.9962 i 19.1834 i 0.0821 7.7979 0.0580 i 7.8559 i 2.0895 i 0.0539 2.1434 0.0000 1 7,620.498 7,620.498 i 0.3407 0.0000 1 7,629.016 '1 i i i i i i i i 1 6 i 6 i i 1 2 Waste •1 i i i � � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i i 0.0000 0.0000 207.8079 i 0.0000 207.8079 i 12.2811 0.0000 1 514.8354 ------------------ ------- ------- ------- ------- -------------- ----------------------*------r------ ---------------j-------*------- Water •1 i i i � � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i i 0.0000 0.0000 � 29.1632 i 556.6420 � 585.8052 i 3.0183 � 0.0755 � 683.7567 Total 6.8692 9.5223 30.3407 0.0914 7.7979 0.2260 8.0240 2.0895 0.2219 2.3114 236.9712 12,294.18 12,531.15 15.7904 0.1260 12,963.47 j j j j 07 19 j 51 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 7 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 2.2 Overall Operational Mitigated Operational ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 I PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I I Category tons/yr MT/yr Area •i 5.1437 i 0.2950 10.3804 i 1.6700e- 0.0714 i 0.0714 � i 0.0714 0.0714 0.0000 i 220.9670 � 220.9670 i 0.0201 3.7400e- 222.5835 003 003 i Energy •i 0.1398 i 1.2312 0.7770 i 7.6200e- 0.0966 i 0.0966 0.0966 0.0966 0.0000 i 3,896.073 3,896.073 i 0.1303 0.0468 3,913.283 003 i i i i i 2 i 2 i i i 3 Mobile •i 1.5857 i 7.9962 19.1834 i 0.0821 7.7979 0.0580 i 7.8559 2.0895 i 0.0539 2.1434 0.0000 i 7,620.498 7,620.498 i 0.3407 0.0000 7,629.016 6 i 6 i i i 2 Waste •1 i i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 207.8079 i 0.0000 207.8079 i 12.2811 0.0000 514.8354 Water •1 i i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 • 29.1632 i 556.6420 585.8052 i 3.0183 0.0755 683.7567 Total 6.8692 9.5223 30.3407 0.0914 7.7979 0.2260 8.0240 2.0895 0.2219 2.3114 236.9712 12,294.18 12,531.15 15.7904 0.1260 12,963.47 07 19 51 ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio-0O2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Percent 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Reduction 3.0 Construction Detail Construction Phase CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 8 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual Phase Number Phase Name Phase Type Start Date End Date Num Days Week Num Days Phase Description 1 ;Demolition +Demolition 19/1/2021 110/12/2021 5: 30: + i 2 :Site Preparation +Site Preparation 110/13/2021 :11/9/2021 5: 20: + i 3 •Grading +Grading 111/10/2021 :1/11/2022 5: 45: + i 4 -Building Construction +Building Construction 11/12/2022 :12/12/2023 5: 500: + i 5 -Paving +Paving 112/13/2023 :1/30/2024 5: 35: + i 6 -Architectural Coating -Architectural Coating 1/31/2024 3/19/2024 5. 35, Acres of Grading (Site Preparation Phase): 0 Acres of Grading (Grading Phase): 112.5 Acres of Paving: 0 Residential Indoor: 2,025,000; Residential Outdoor: 675,000; Non -Residential Indoor: 326,400; Non -Residential Outdoor: 108,800; Striped Parking Area: 0 (Architectural Coating — sgft) OffRoad Equipment CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 9 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual Phase Name I Offroad Equipment Type I Amount I Usage Hours I Horse Power I Load Factor Demolition 'Concrete/Industrial Saws ; 1 ; 8.001 81 • 0.73 -------------------------- �- - -------------------------- ----------- Demolition +Excavators ; 3 8.001 158• 0.38 + _ i _ Demolition 'Rubber Tired Dozers ; 21 8.001 247• 0.40 -------------------------- �- - - - -------------------------- ----------- Site Preparation 'Rubber Tired Dozers ; 3 8.001 247• 0.40 ---------------------------- _ i -------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------- ----------- Site Preparation +Tractors/Loaders/Backhoes ; 41 8.001 97• 0.37 i �- - - - -------------------------- ----------- Grading +Excavators ; 2 8.001 158• 0.38 -------------------------- �- - - - -------------------------- ----------- Grading 'Graders ; 1 8.001 187• 0.41 -------------------------- �- - - - -------------------------- ----------- Grading 'Rubber Tired Dozers ; 1 8.001 247• 0.40 ---------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------i ------ - - - - --------------- ----------- Grading 'Scrapers ; 21 8.001 367• 0.48 i �- - - - -------------------------- ----------- Grading +Tractors/Loaders/Backhoes ; 2 8.001 97• 0.37 ---------------------------- _ i -------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------- ----------- Building Construction 'Cranes ; 11 7.001 231, 0.29 �_ i - - - -------------------------- ----------- Building Construction 'Forklifts ; 3 8.001 89• 0.20 + _ __ i i _ Building Construction 'Generator Sets ; 1 8.001 _ 84• 0.74 �_ _ i - - - - -------------------------- ----------- Building Construction +Tractors/Loaders/Backhoes ; 3 7.001 _ 97• 0.37 + __ i i Building Construction 'Welders ; 1 8.001 46• 0.45 �- - - - -------------------------- ----------- Paving +Pavers ; 2 8.001 130• 0.42 --------------------------- �- - - - -------------------------- ----------- Paving 'Paving Equipment ; 21 8.001 132• 0.36 i �- - - - -------------------------- ----------- Paving 'Rollers ; 2 8.001 80• 0.38 ---------------------------- --------------------------*-----------------F------------ r------------- ----------- Architectural Coating •Air Compressors 1 • 6.00• 78• 0.48 Trips and VMT CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 10 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual Phase Name I Offroad Equipment I Worker Trip I Vendor Trip I Hauling Trip I Worker Trip I Vendor Trip I Hauling Trip I Worker Vehicle I Vendor I Hauling Count Number Number Number Length Length Length Class Vehicle Class Vehicle Class Demolition A 6; 15.00" 0.001 458.00; 14.70: 6.90; 20.00:LD_Mix 1HDT_Mix (HHDT ------------- Site Preparation 7; -----_--, 18.00: --------i 0.001 0.00: --------- 14.70: ------------------------ 6.90; 20.00;LD_Mix ----------r--------_ ;HDT_Mix ;HHDT �- --------------- ° Grading -------------; 8; i------------ 20.00: --------i 0.001 ,----------�- 0.00: -------------------------- 14.70: 6.90; 20.00.LD_Mix ------' iHDT_Mix -- EHHDT ----------------° �- Building Construction v -------------=---------------''''-, 9; i----------i- 801.00- I --------i 143.001 ,- 0.00: ---------' --------- �- 14.70: ------------------------�----------' 6.90, 20.00;LD_Mix iHDT_Mix -------- ;HHDT ° �- Paving -------------- 6; - i------------ 15.00: --------i 0.001 ,----------4- 0.00: ---------- 14.70: 6.90; -------------' 20.00;LD_Mix iHDT_Mix -- EHHDT i f ; Architectural Coating ; 1; 160.00, 0.00, 0.00, 14.70, 6.90, 20.00,LD_Mix ;HDT_Mix HHDT 3.1 Mitigation Measures Construction 3.2 Demolition - 2021 Unmitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Fugitive Dust •i , , , , 0.0496 , 0.0000 , 0.0496 , 7.5100e- , 0.0000 ; 7.5100e- 0.0000 i 0.0000 , 0.0000 , 0.0000 , 0.0000 i 0.0000 Off -Road •i 0.0475 , 0.4716 , 0.3235 , 5.8000e- , , 0.0233 , 0.0233 , , 0.0216 ; 0.0216 0.0000 i 51.0012 , 51.0012 , 0.0144 , 0.0000 i 51.3601 004 Total 0.0475 0.4716 0.3235 5.8000e- 0.0496 0.0233 0.0729 7.5100e- 0.0216 0.0291 0.0000 51.0012 51.0012 0.0144 0.0000 51.3601 004 003 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 11 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 3.2 Demolition - 2021 Unmitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 I PM10 Total I PM2.5 I PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Hauling •i 1.9300e- i 0.0634 i 0.0148 1.8000e- i 3.9400e- 1.9000e- 4.1300e- i 1.0800e- 1.8000e- 1.2600e- 0.0000 i 17.4566 17.4566 1.2100e- i 0.0000 i 17.4869 003 004 003 004 003 003 004 003 003 Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Worker •i 9.7000e- 7.5000e- 8.5100e- 2.000Oe- 2.4700e- 2.000Oe- 2.4900e- 6.5000e- 2.000Oe- 6.7000e- 0.0000 i 2.2251 2.2251 7.000Oe- 0.0000 i 2.2267 i i i i i 004 004 003 005 003 005 003 004 005 004 005 Total 2.9000e- 0.0641 0.0233 2.000Oe- 6.4100e- 2.1000e- 6.6200e- 1.7300e- 2.000Oe- 1.9300e- 0.0000 19.6816 19.6816 1.2800e- 0.0000 19.7136 11 003 004 003 004 003 003 004 003 003 Mitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 I Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Fugitive Dust •1 0.0496 0.0000 0.0496 i 7.5100e- 0.0000 7.5100e- 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 003 003 Off -Road •i 0.0475 i 0.4716 i 0.3235 5.8000e- 0.0233 0.0233 0.0216 0.0216 0.0000 i 51.0011 51.0011 0.0144 i 0.0000 i 51.3600 004 Total 0.0475 0.4716 0.3235 5.8000e- 0.0496 0.0233 0.0729 7.5100e- 0.0216 0.0291 0.0000 51.0011 51.0011 0.0144 0.0000 51.3600 004 003 1 j CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 12 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 3.2 Demolition - 2021 Mitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 I PM10 Total I PM2.5 I PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr I I I I I I I I I I I Hauling •I 1.9300e- I 0.0634 I 0.0148 11.8000e- 13.9400e- I 1.9000e- 14.1300e- I 1.0800e- 11.8000e- 1.2600e- 0.0000 I 17.4566 I 17.4566 11.2100e- I 0.0000 i 17.4869 �I 003 I I I 004 I 003 I 004 I 003 I 003 I 004 003003 I I- I I I I I I I I I I I Vendor •I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 i 0.0000 I I I I I I I I I- I I I Worker •I 9.7000e- 6.7000e- � 0.0000 I 2.2251 2.2251 0.0000 i 2.2267 17.5000e- 18.5100e- 12.00OOe- 12.4700e- 12.00OOe- 12.4900e- 16.5000e- 12.00OOe- I 17.00OOe- I 'I 004 I 004 I 003 I 005 I 003 I 005 I 003 I 004 I 005 004 005 � Total 2.9000e- 0.0641 0.0233 2.00OOe- 6.4100e- 2.1000e- 6.6200e- 1.7300e- 2.00OOe- 1.9300e- 0.0000 19.6816 19.6816 1.2800e- 0.0000 19.7136 11 003 004 003 004 003 003 004 003 003 3.3 Site Preparation - 2021 Unmitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr I I I I I I I I I I I Fugitive Dust •I I I I I 0.1807 I 0.0000 I 0.1807 I 0.0993 I 0.0000 0.0993 � 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 i 0.0000 I I I I I I I 1 I I I •I I I I I I I I I I I I I Off -Road •I 0.0389 I 0.4050 I 0.2115 13.8000e- I I 0.0204 I 0.0204 I I 0.0188 � 0.0188 � 0.0000 I 33.4357 I 33.4357 I 0.0108 I 0.0000 i 33.7061 004 I I I I 1 I I I I Total 0.0389 0.4050 0.2115 3.8000e- 0.1807 0.0204 0.2011 0.0993 0.0188 0.1181 0.0000 33.4357 33.4357 0.0108 0.0000 33.7061 004 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 13 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 3.3 Site Preparation - 2021 Unmitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr I I I I I I I I I I Hauling •I 0.0000 I I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 i 0.0000 I- I I I I I I I I I I I Vendor •I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 i 0.0000 Worker •I 7.7000e- 1.9700e- 5.4000e- 0.0000 I 1.7801 1.7801 0.0000 i 1.7814 16.000Oe- 16.8100e- 12.000Oe- I 12.000Oe- 11.9900e- 15.2000e- 11.000Oe- I 15.000Oe- I 'I 004 I 004 I 003 I 005 I 003 I 005 I 003 I 004 I 005 004 005 � Total 7.7000e- 6.000Oe- 6.8100e- 2.000Oe- 1.9700e- 2.000Oe- 1.9900e- 5.2000e- 1.000Oe- 5.4000e- 0.0000 1.7801 1.7801 5.000Oe- 0.0000 1.7814 004 004 003 005 003 005 003 004 005 004 005 Mitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr I I I I I I I I I I I Fugitive Dust •I I I I I 0.1807 I 0.0000 I 0.1807 I 0.0993 I 0.0000 0.0993 � 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 I 0.0000 i 0.0000 I I I I I I I 1 I I I •I I I I I I I I I I I I I Off -Road •I 0.0389 I 0.4050 I 0.2115 13.8000e- I I 0.0204 I 0.0204 I I 0.0188 � 0.0188 � 0.0000 I 33.4357 I 33.4357 I 0.0108 I 0.0000 i 33.7060 004 I I I I 1 I I I I Total 0.0389 0.4050 0.2115 3.8000e- 0.1807 0.0204 0.2011 0.0993 0.0188 0.1181 0.0000 33.4357 33.4357 0.0108 0.0000 33.7060 004 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 14 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 3.3 Site Preparation - 2021 Mitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 - ------------------------------------------'------------------ - - -- -- - -+-------------'--------------- ------- Worker •i 7.7000e- 6.00OOe- 6.8100e- 2.00OOe- 1.9700e- 2.00OOe- 1.9900e- 5.2000e- 1.00OOe- 5.4000e- 0.0000 i 1.7801 1.7801 5.00OOe- 0.0000 i 1.7814 i i i i i 004 004 003 005 003 005 003 004 005 004 005 Total 7.7000e- 6.00OOe- 6.8100e- 2.00OOe- 1.9700e- 2.00OOe- 1.9900e- 5.2000e- 1.00OOe- 5.4000e- 0.0000 1.7801 1.7801 5.00OOe- 0.0000 1.7814 004 004 003 005 003 005 003 004 005 004 005 3.4 Grading - 2021 Unmitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Fugitive Dust •1 0.1741 0.0000 0.1741 i 0.0693 i 0.0000 0.0693 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Off -Road •i 0.0796 i 0.8816 i 0.5867 1.1800e- 0.0377 0.0377 0.0347 0.0347 0.0000 i 103.5405 103.5405 0.0335 i 0.0000 i 104.3776 003 Total 0.0796 0.8816 0.5867 1.1800e- 0.1741 0.0377 0.2118 0.0693 0.0347 0.1040 0.0000 103.5405 103.5405 0.0335 0.0000 104.3776 003 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 15 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 3.4 Grading - 2021 Unmitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Worker •i 1.6400e- 1.2700e- 0.0144 4.000Oe- 4.1600e- 3.000Oe- 4.2000e- 1.1100e- 3.000Oe- 1.1400e- 0.0000 i 3.7579 3.7579 1.1000e- 0.0000 i 3.7607 i i i i i 003 003 005 003 005 003 003 005 003 004 i Total 1.6400e- 1.2700e- 0.0144 4.000Oe- 4.1600e- 3.000Oe- 4.2000e- 1.1100e- 3.000Oe- 1.1400e- 0.0000 3.7579 3.7579 1.1000e- 0.0000 3.7607 11 003 003 005 003 005 003 003 005 003 004 Mitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Fugitive Dust •1 i i i i 0.1741 0.0000 0.1741 i 0.0693 i 0.0000 0.0693 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Off -Road •i 0.0796 i 0.8816 i 0.5867 1.1800e- 0.0377 0.0377 0.0347 0.0347 0.0000 i 103.5403 103.5403 0.0335 i 0.0000 i 104.3775 003 Total 0.0796 0.8816 0.5867 1.1800e- 0.1741 0.0377 0.2118 0.0693 0.0347 0.1040 0.0000 103.5403 103.5403 0.0335 0.0000 104.3775 003 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 16 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 3.4 Grading - 2021 Mitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category tons/yr MT/yr Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 � 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Worker •i 1.6400e- 1.2700e- 0.0144 4.00OOe- 4.1600e- 3.00OOe- 4.2000e- 1.1100e- 3.00OOe- 1.1400e- 0.0000 i 3.7579 3.7579 1.1000e- 0.0000 i 3.7607 i i i i i 003 003 005 003 005 003 003 005 003 004 i Total 1.6400e- 1.2700e- 0.0144 4.00OOe- 4.1600e- 3.00OOe- 4.2000e- 1.1100e- 3.00OOe- 1.1400e- 0.0000 3.7579 3.7579 1.1000e- 0.0000 3.7607 11 003 003 005 003 005 003 003 005 003 004 3.4 Grading - 2022 Unmitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Fugitive Dust •i i i i i 0.0807 i 0.0000 i 0.0807 0.0180 0.0000 0.0180 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Off -Road •i 0.0127 0.1360 0.1017 2.2000e- 5.7200e- 5.7200e- 5.2600e- 5.2600e- 0.0000 i 19.0871 19.0871 6.1700e- 0.0000 i 19.2414 i i i 004 003 003 003 003 . 003 i Total 0.0127 0.1360 0.1017 2.2000e- 0.0807 5.7200e- 0.0865 0.0180 5.2600e- 0.0233 0.0000 19.0871 19.0871 6.1700e- 0.0000 19.2414 004 003 003 003 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 17 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 3.4 Grading - 2022 Unmitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category tons/yr MT/yr Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 � 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Worker •i 2.8000e- 2.1000e- 2.4400e- 1.000Oe- 7.7000e- 1.000Oe- 7.7000e- 2.000Oe- 1.000Oe- 2.1000e- 0.0000 i 0.6679 0.6679 2.000Oe- 0.0000 i 0.6684 i i i i i 004 004 003 005 004 005 004 004 005 004 005 Total 2.8000e- 2.1000e- 2.4400e- 1.0000e- 7.7000e- 1.000Oe- 7.7000e- 2.000Oe- 1.000Oe- 2.1000e- 0.0000 0.6679 0.6679 2.000Oe- 0.0000 0.6684 11 004 004 003 005 004 005 004 004 005 004 005 Mitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Fugitive Dust •i i i i i 0.0807 i 0.0000 i 0.0807 0.0180 0.0000 0.0180 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Off -Road •i 0.0127 0.1360 0.1017 2.2000e- 5.7200e- 5.7200e- 5.2600e- 5.2600e- 0.0000 i 19.0871 19.0871 6.1700e- 0.0000 i 19.2414 i i i 004 003 003 003 003 . 003 i Total 0.0127 0.1360 0.1017 2.2000e- 0.0807 5.7200e- 0.0865 0.0180 5.2600e- 0.0233 0.0000 19.0871 19.0871 6.1700e- 0.0000 19.2414 004 003 003 003 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 18 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 3.4 Grading - 2022 Mitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Worker •i 2.8000e- 2.1000e- 2.4400e- 1.00OOe- 7.7000e- 1.00OOe- 7.7000e- 2.00OOe- 1.00OOe- 2.1000e- 0.0000 i 0.6679 0.6679 2.00OOe- 0.0000 i 0.6684 i i i i i 004 004 003 005 004 005 004 004 005 004 005 Total 2.8000e- 2.1000e- 2.4400e- 1.00OOe- 7.7000e- 1.00OOe- 7.7000e- 2.00OOe- 1.00OOe- 2.1000e- 0.0000 0.6679 0.6679 2.00OOe- 0.0000 0.6684 11 004 004 003 005 004 005 004 004 005 004 005 3.5 Building Construction - 2022 Unmitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I PM10 I PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category tons/yr MT/yr Off -Road •i 0.2158 i 1.9754 2.0700 i 3.4100e- 0.1023 0.1023 i i 0.0963 0.0963 0.0000 i 293.1324 i 293.1324 0.0702 i 0.0000 i 294.8881 003 Total 0.2158 1.9754 2.0700 3.4100e- 0.1023 0.1023 0.0963 0.0963 0.0000 293.1324 293.1324 0.0702 0.0000 294.8881 003 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 19 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 3.5 Building Construction - 2022 Unmitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 ---------------- Vendor •i 0.0527 i 1.6961 i 0.4580 4.5500e- i 0.1140 3.1800e- 0.1171 i 0.0329 3.0400e- 0.0359 0.0000 i 441.9835 441.9835 0.0264 i 0.0000 i 442.6435 003 003 003 i Worker •i 0.4088 i 0.3066 i 3.5305 0.0107 i 1.1103 8.8700e- 1.1192 i 0.2949 8.1700e- 0.3031 0.0000 i 966.8117 966.8117 0.0266 i 0.0000 i 967.4773 003 003 Total 0.4616 2.0027 3.9885 0.0152 1.2243 0.0121 1.2363 0.3278 0.0112 1,408.795 1,408.795 0.0530 0.0000 1,410.120 [777000 2 2 8 Mitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I PM10 I PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category tons/yr MT/yr Off -Road •i 0.2158 i 1.9754 i 2.0700 3.4100e- 0.1023 0.1023 0.0963 0.0963 0.0000 i 293.1321 293.1321 0.0702 i 0.0000 i 294.8877 003 Total 0.2158 1.9754 2.0700 3.4100e- 0.1023 0.1023 0.0963 0.0963 0.0000 293.1321 293.1321 0.0702 0.0000 294.8877 003 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 20 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 3.5 Building Construction - 2022 Mitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 ---------------- Vendor •i 0.0527 i 1.6961 i 0.4580 4.5500e- i 0.1140 3.1800e- 0.1171 i 0.0329 3.0400e- 0.0359 0.0000 i 441.9835 441.9835 0.0264 i 0.0000 i 442.6435 003 003 003 i Worker •i 0.4088 i 0.3066 i 3.5305 0.0107 i 1.1103 8.8700e- 1.1192 i 0.2949 8.1700e- 0.3031 0.0000 i 966.8117 966.8117 0.0266 i 0.0000 i 967.4773 003 003 Total 0.4616 2.0027 3.9885 0.0152 1.2243 0.0121 1.2363 0.3278 0.0112 1,408.795 1,408.795 0.0530 0.0000 1,410.120 [777000 2 2 8 3.5 Building Construction - 2023 Unmitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Off -Road 0.1942 i 1.7765 i 2.0061 3.3300e- 0.0864 0.0864 0.0813 0.0813 0.0000 i 286.2789 286.2789 0.0681 i 0.0000 i 287.9814 003j Total 0.1942 1.7765 2.0061 3.3300e- 0.0864 0.0864 0.0813 0.0813 0.0000 286.2789 286.2789 0.0681 0.0000 287.9814 003 j CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 21 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 3.5 Building Construction - 2023 Unmitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Vendor •i 0.0382 i 1.2511 i 0.4011 4.3000e- i 0.1113 1.4600e- 0.1127 i 0.0321 1.4000e- 0.0335 0.0000 i 417.9930 417.9930 0.0228 i 0.0000 i 418.5624 003 003 003 i Worker •i 0.3753 i 0.2708 i 3.1696 0.0101 i 1.0840 8.4100e- 1.0924 i 0.2879 7.7400e- 0.2957 0.0000 i 909.3439 909.3439 0.0234 i 0.0000 i 909.9291 003 003 Total 0.4135 1.5218 3.5707 0.0144 1.1953 9.8700e- 1.2051 0.3200 9.1400e- 1,327.336 0.0462 0.0000 1,328.491 j 003 j j 003 j [-377000 9 [1,327.336 9 j 6 Mitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Off -Road 0.1942 i 1.7765 i 2.0061 3.3300e- 0.0864 0.0864 0.0813 0.0813 0.0000 i 286.2785 286.2785 0.0681 i 0.0000 i 287.9811 i i i i i • i i i i 003j Total 0.1942 1.7765 2.0061 3.3300e- 0.0864 0.0864 0.0813 0.0813 0.0000 286.2785 286.2785 0.0681 0.0000 287.9811 003 j CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 22 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 3.5 Building Construction - 2023 Mitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Vendor •i 0.0382 i 1.2511 i 0.4011 4.3000e- i 0.1113 1.4600e- 0.1127 i 0.0321 1.4000e- 0.0335 0.0000 i 417.9930 417.9930 0.0228 i 0.0000 i 418.5624 003 003 003 i Worker •i 0.3753 i 0.2708 i 3.1696 0.0101 i 1.0840 8.4100e- 1.0924 i 0.2879 7.7400e- 0.2957 0.0000 i 909.3439 909.3439 0.0234 i 0.0000 i 909.9291 003 003 Total 0.4135 1.5218 3.5707 0.0144 1.1953 9.8700e- 1.2051 0.3200 9.1400e- 1,327.336 0.0462 0.0000 1,328.491 j 003 j j 003 j [-377000 9 [1,327.336 9 j 6 3.6 Paving - 2023 Unmitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I PM10 PM10 Total I PM2.5 PM2.5 I Total I I Category tons/yr MT/yr Off -Road •i 6.7100e- 0.0663 0.0948 1.5000e- 3.3200e- 3.3200e- 3.0500e- 3.0500e- 0.0000 i 13.0175 13.0175 4.2100e- 0.0000 i 13.1227 i i i •� 003 004 003 003 003 003 . 003 i Paving •i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Total 6.7100e- 0.0663 0.0948 1.5000e- 3.3200e- 3.3200e- 3.0500e- 3.0500e- 0.0000 13.0175 13.0175 4.2100e- 0.0000 003 004 003 003 003 003 003 1 m CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 23 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 3.6 Paving - 2023 Unmitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I I Category tons/yr MT/yr Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 --------------------------------------------'----------------------- -+ ----�-------------'--------------� Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 � 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 � 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 � 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Worker •i 3.7000e- 2.7000e- 3.1200e- 1.000Oe- 1.0700e- 1.000Oe- 1.0800e- 2.8000e- 1.000Oe- 2.9000e- 0.0000 i 0.8963 0.8963 2.000Oe- 0.0000 i 0.8968 i i i i i 004 004 003 005 003 005 003 004 005 004 005 Total 3.7000e- 2.7000e- 3.1200e- 1.0000e- 1.0700e- 1.000Oe- 1.0800e- 2.8000e- 1.000Oe- 2.9000e- 0.0000 0.8963 0.8963 2.000Oe- 0.0000 0.8968 004 004 003 005 003 005 003 004 005 004 005 Mitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I PM10 PM10 Total I PM2.5 PM2.5 I Total I I Category tons/yr MT/yr Off -Road •i 6.7100e- 0.0663 0.0948 1.5000e- 3.3200e- 3.3200e- 3.0500e- 3.0500e- 0.0000 i 13.0175 13.0175 4.2100e- 0.0000 i 13.1227 i i i •� 003 004 003 003 003 003 . 003 i Paving •i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Total 6.7100e- 0.0663 0.0948 1.5000e- 3.3200e- 3.3200e- 3.0500e- 3.0500e- 0.0000 13.0175 13.0175 4.2100e- 0.0000 003 004 003 003 003 003 003 1 m CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 24 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 3.6 Paving - 2023 Mitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 ----------------------- ---------------------'------------------------ --+ ----� -------------'----00- ----00 1 000 Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 � 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 � 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 � 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Worker •i 3.7000e- 2.7000e- 3.1200e- 1.00OOe- 1.0700e- 1.00OOe- 1.0800e- 2.8000e- 1.00OOe- 2.9000e- 0.0000 i 0.8963 0.8963 2.00OOe- 0.0000 i 0.8968 i i i i i 004 004 003 005 003 005 003 004 005 004 005 Total 3.7000e- 2.7000e- 3.1200e- 1.00OOe- 1.0700e- 1.00OOe- 1.0800e- 2.8000e- 1.00OOe- 2.9000e- 0.0000 0.8963 0.8963 2.00OOe- 0.0000 0.8968 004 004 003 005 003 005 003 004 005 004 005 3.6 Paving - 2024 Unmitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 I PM10 Total I PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I I Category tons/yr MT/yr Off -Road •i 0.0109 i 0.1048 0.1609 i 2.5000e- i i 5.1500e- i 5.1500e- 4.7400e- 4.7400e- 0.0000 i 22.0292 22.0292 7.1200e- i 0.0000 i 22.2073 004 003 003 003 003 . 003 i Paving •1 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Total 0.0109 0.1048 0.1609 2.5000e- 5.1500e- 5.1500e- 4.7400e- 4.7400e- 0.0000 22.0292 22.0292 7.1200e- 0.0000 22.2073 11 004 003 003 003 003 003 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 25 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 3.6 Paving - 2024 Unmitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I I Category tons/yr MT/yr Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Worker •i 5.9000e- 4.1000e- 4.9200e- 2.000Oe- 1.8100e- 1.000Oe- 1.8200e- 4.8000e- 1.000Oe- 4.9000e- 0.0000 i 1.4697 1.4697 4.000Oe- 0.0000 i 1.4706 i i i i i 004 004 003 005 003 005 003 004 005 004 005 Total 5.9000e- 4.1000e- 4.9200e- 2.000Oe- 1.8100e- 1.000Oe- 1.8200e- 4.8000e- 1.000Oe- 4.9000e- 0.0000 1.4697 1.4697 4.000Oe- 0.0000 1.4706 004 004 003 005 003 005 003 004 005 004 005 Mitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 I PM10 Total I I PM2.5 PM2.5 I Total I I Category tons/yr MT/yr Off -Road •i 0.0109 0.1048 0.1609 2.5000e- 5.1500e- 5.1500e- 4.7400e- 4.7400e- 0.0000 i 22.0292 22.0292 7.1200e- 0.0000 i 22.2073 i i i •� 004 003 003 003 003 . 003 i Paving •1 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Total 0.0109 0.1048 0.1609 2.5000e- 5.1500e- 5.1500e- 4.7400e- 4.7400e- 0.0000 22.0292 22.0292 7.1200e- 0.0000 11 004 003 003 003 003 003 m CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 26 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 3.6 Paving - 2024 Mitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 - ------------------------------------------'------------------ - - -- -- - -+-------------'--------------- ------- Worker •i 5.9000e- 4.1000e- 4.9200e- 2.00OOe- 1.8100e- 1.00OOe- 1.8200e- 4.8000e- 1.00OOe- 4.9000e- 0.0000 i 1.4697 1.4697 4.00OOe- 0.0000 i 1.4706 i i i i i 004 004 003 005 003 005 003 004 005 004 005 Total 5.9000e- 4.1000e- 4.9200e- 2.00OOe- 1.8100e- 1.00OOe- 1.8200e- 4.8000e- 1.00OOe- 4.9000e- 0.0000 1.4697 1.4697 4.00OOe- 0.0000 1.4706 004 004 003 005 003 005 003 004 005 004 005 3.7 Architectural Coating - 2024 Unmitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Archit. Coating •1 4.1372 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Off -Road •i 3.1600e- 0.0213 0.0317 5.000Oe- 1.0700e- 1.0700e- 1.0700e- 1.0700e- 0.0000 i 4.4682 4.4682 2.5000e- 0.0000 i 4.4745 i i i 003 005 003 003 003 003 . 004 i Total 4.1404 0.0213 0.0317 5.00OOe- 1.0700e- 1.0700e- 1.0700e- 1.0700e- 0.0000 4.4682 4.4682 2.5000e- 0.0000 4.4745 005 003 003 003 003 004 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 27 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 3.7 Architectural Coating - 2024 Unmitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I I Category tons/yr MT/yr Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 ��--------------------------------------------'----------------------- -+ - -------------'--.--�-------T Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 � 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 � 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 � 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 '� I '� • I • Worker •i 0.0101 6.9900e- 0.0835 2.8000e- 0.0307 2.3000e- 0.0309 8.1500e- 2.2000e- 8.3700e- 0.0000 i 24.9407 24.9407 6.1000e- 0.0000 i 24.9558 i i i i � i 003 004 004 003 004 003 004 i Total 0.0101 6.9900e- 0.0835 2.8000e- 0.0307 2.3000e- 0.0309 8.1500e- 2.2000e- 8.3700e- 0.0000 24.9407 24.9407 6.1007 0.0000 24.9558 003 004 004 003 004 003 004 Mitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Archit. Coating •1 4.1372 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Off -Road •i 3.1600e- 0.0213 0.0317 5.000Oe- 1.0700e- 1.0700e- 1.0700e- 1.0700e- 0.0000 i 4.4682 4.4682 2.5000e- 0.0000 i 4.4745 i i i 003 005 003 003 003 003 . 004 i Total 4.1404 0.0213 0.0317 5.000Oe- 1.0700e- 1.0700e- 1.0700e- 1.0700e- 0.0000 4.4682 4.4682 2.5000e- 0.0000 4.4745 005 003 003 003 003 004 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 28 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 3.7 Architectural Coating - 2024 Mitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category tons/yr MT/yr Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 I I Worker •i 0.0101 6.9900e- 0.0835 2.8000e- 0.0307 2.3000e- 0.0309 8.1500e- 2.2000e- 8.3700e- 0.0000 i 24.9407 24.9407 6.1000e- 0.0000 i 24.9558 i i i i � i 003 004 004 003 004 003 004 i Total 0.0101 6.9900e- 0.0835 2.8000e- 0.0307 2.3000e- 0.0309 8.1500e- 2.2000e- 8.3700e- 0.0000 24.9407 24.9407 6.1007 0.0000 24.9558 003 004 004 003 004 003 004 4.0 Operational Detail - Mobile 4.1 Mitigation Measures Mobile CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 29 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual ROG I NOx I CO I S02 Fugitive PM10 Exhaust PM10 PM10 Total Fugitive PM2.5 Exhaust PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 I N20 CO2e Category tons/yr MT/yr Mitigated •i 1.5857 i 7.9962 i 19.1834 i 0.0821 i 7.7979 i 0.0580 7.8559 i 2.0895 i 0.0539 2.1434 0.0000 i 7,620.498 � 7,620.498 � 0.3407 i 0.0000 i 7,629.016 6 i 6 i i i 2 Unmitigated 1.5857 7.9962 19.1834 0.0821 7.7979 0.0580 7.8559 2.0895 0.0539 2.1434 0.0000 7,620.498 • 7,620.498 • 0.3407 - 0.0000 • 7,629.016 6 6 2 4.2 Trip Summary Information Average Daily Trip Rate Unmitigated Mitigated Land Use Weekday Saturday Sunday Annual VMT Annual VMT Apartments Low Rise ; 145.75 ; 154.25 154.00 506,227 506,227 ......................................-------------------------------- -----------------------:------------------------ Apartments Mid Rise ; 4,026.75 ; 3,773.25 4075.50 13,660,065 13,660,065 ------------T-----------Y------------------------:-------------------------- ......................................----------- General Office Building ; 288.45 ; 62.55 31.05 706,812 706,812 ......................................--- ----- ------------ - ---- - ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- ---- -r - High Turnover (Sit Down Restaurant) ; 2,368.80 ; 2,873.52 2817.72 3,413,937 3,413,937 .................................................. ---------- - ------- ---------------------- ----------------------- -r - Ho.............�---.----192.00 1--T----------- y-------------------------- 445,703 .. Quality Restaurant + 501.12 511.92 461.20 707,488 707,488 ......................................-------------------------- - - - - -- -----------------------:------------------------ Regional Shopping Center ; 528.08 601.44 357.84 1,112,221 1,112,221 Total 8,050.95 8,164.43 8,057.31 20,552,452 20,552,452 4.3 Trip Type Information CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 30 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual Miles I Trip % I Trip Purpose % I Land Use I H-W or C-W I H-S or C-C I H-O or C-NW IH-W or C-W I H-S or C-C I H-O or C-NW I Primary I Diverted I Pass -by I Apartments Low Rise 14.70 5.90 8.70 40.20 19.20 40.60 86 11 3 Apartments Mid Rise 14.70 5.90 8.70 Y 40.20 : 1 19.20 40.60 86 11 3 ........................------------------__ __ __ ? _ T _ -------- ---- ------------- General Office Building 16.60 8.40 6.90 33.00 48.00 19.00 77 ; 19 4 .......................• - - - - - - - - - - - High Turnover (Sit Down ; 16.60 - - - - - - - - - 8.40 T - - - - - - - - - . 6.90 - - - - - - - - 8.50 i' - - - - - - - - T 1 72.50 - - - - - - - - - - - - 19.00 - - - - - - - - - 37 - - - - - - - - - - 20 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 43 .......:......r........�------------------ -- ... ? r--------------.... T.. -------- .r.. -------- ---- r... ------------- Hotel 16.60 8.40 6.90 19.40 61.60 19.00 ; 58 ; 38 ; 4 .......................• - - - - - - - - - - Quality Restaurant 16.60 - - - - - - - - - 8.40 T - - - - - - - - - . 6.90 - - - - - - - - 12.00 i' - - - - - - - - T 1 69.00 - - - - - - - - - - - - 19.00 - - - - - - - - - 38 - - - - - - - - - - 18 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 44 Regional Shopping Center 16.60 8.40 6.90 16.30 64.70 19.00 54 35 11 4.4 Fleet Mix Land Use LDA I LDT1 I LDT2 I MDV LHD1 LHD2 MHD HHD OBUS UBUS MCY SBUS MH Apartments Low Rise 0.543088} 0.044216; 0.209971; 0.116369; 0.014033; 0.006332; 0.021166; 0.033577; 0.002613; 0.001817; 0.005285; 0.0007121 0.000821 r Apartments Mid Rise 0.5430881 0.0442161 0.2099711 0.1163691 0.0140331 0.0063321 0.0211661 0.0335771 0.0026131 0.0018171 0.0052851 0.000712. 0.000821 r General Office Building 0.5430881 0.0442161 0.2099711 0.1163691 0.0140331 0.0063321 0.0211661 0.0335771 0.0026131 0.0018171 0.0052851 0.000712: 0.000821 r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - _ - - - - - - - -;--------------- ;--------------- ;--------------- ;--------------- ;--------------- ;--------------- ;--------------- ;--------------- ;--------------- ;--------------- ;----------------+ - - - - - - - - High Turnover (Sit Down 0.5430881 0.044216: 0.209971: 0.116369: 0.014033: 0.006332: 0.021166: 0.033577: 0.002613: 0.001817: 0.005285: 0.000712: 0.000821 Restaurant) ....................... f........*-------T-------T-------T-------T-------T-------T-------T-------T-------T-------T-------� _ ..... _ . -0.002613 -0.001817 -0.005285 Hotel 0.5430881 0.0442161 0.2099711 0.1163691 0.014033, 0.006332 0.021166 0.033577 0.000712 0.000821 -----------------------_----------------------- Quality Restaurant 0.5430881 0.0442161 0.2099711 0.1163691 0.0140331 0.0063321 0.0211661 0.0335771 0.0026131 0.0018171 0.0052851 0.000712. 0.000821 Regional Shopping Center 0.543088. 0.044216' 0.209971' 0.116369' 0.014033' 0.006332' 0.021166' 0.033577' 0.002613' 0.001817' 0.005285' 0.000712' 0.000821 5.0 Energy Detail Historical Energy Use: N 5.1 Mitigation Measures Energy CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 31 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive PM10 Exhaust PM10 PM10 Total I Fugitive PM2.5 Exhaust PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 I N20 I CO2e Category tons/yr MT/yr Electricity •1 I I 1 I 1 I I I 1 I 0.0000 I I I 0.0000 I I I 0.0000 � 0.0000 � 0.0000 I I 12,512.646 1 2,512.646 I 0.1037 I 1 0.0215 i 2,521.635 Mitigated 5 1 5 1 1 1 6 •1 I I 1 I 1 1 I 1 • 1 1 I 1 Electricity •1 I I I I 1 I I 1 1 I 0.0000 1 I 1 0.0000 I I I 0.0000 0.0000 � 0.0000 1 I 12,512.646 1 2,512.646 I 0.1037 I 1 0.0215 2,521.635 Unmitigated 5 1 5 1 I 1 6 •1 I I 1 I 1 1 I 1 • I 1 1 I 1 NaturalGas 0.1398 1.2312 0.7770 7.6200e- 0.0966 0.0966 0.0966 0.0966 0.0000 1,383.426 1,383.426 0.0265 0.0254 1,391.647 Miti 003 7 7 8gated • I I 1 I 1 1 I 1 • 1 1 I 1 NaturalGas 0.1398 1.2312 0.7770 7.6200e- - 0.0966 0.0966 - 0.0966 0.0966 0.0000 1,383.426 - 1,383.426 - 0.0265 - 0.0254 1,391.647 Unmitigated 003 7 7 8 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 32 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 5.2 Energy by Land Use - NaturalGas Unmitigated NaturalGa ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e s Use I I PM10 I PM10 Total PM2.5 I PM2.5 I Total I I Land Use kBTU/yr tons/yr MT/yr Apartments Low I 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 i 408494 42.2000e- 1 0.0188 1 8.0100e- 1 1.2000e- 1 1 1.5200e- 1 1.5200e- 1 1 1.5200e- 1.5200e- � 0.0000 1 21.7988 1 21.7988 1 4.2000e- 1 4.000Oe- i 21.9284 Rise 1 '1 003 1 1 003 1 004 1 1 003 1 003 1 1 003 003 . 1 1 1 004 1 004 1 ; 1 1 r------�I------ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 � - 1 1 1 1 T Apartments Mid i 1.30613e .1 0.0704 1 0.6018 1 0.2561 1 3.8400e- 1 1 0.0487 1 0.0487 1 1 0.0487 0.0487 0.0000 1 696.9989 1 696.9989 1 0.0134 1 0.0128 i 701.1408 Rise +007 ; 1 I I 003 _ 1 ; 1 r------71------- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 � - 1 1 1 1 T General Office Building i 468450 .1 2.5300e- 1 0.0230 1 0.0193 1 1.4000e- 1 1 1.7500e- 1 1.7500e- 1 1 1.7500e- 1.7500e- 0.0000 1 24.9983 1 24.9983 1 4.8000e- 1 4.6000e- i 25.1468 1 003 1 1 1 004 1 1 003 1 003 1 1 003 003 . 1 1 004 1 004 1 -----------1 '1-----------------------------------------------------------------------• 1------------------------1 High Turnover (Sit 8.30736e •1 0.0448 1 0.4072 1 0.3421 1 2.4400e- 1 1 0.0310 1 0.0310 1 1 0.0310 0.0310 0.0000 1 443.3124 1 443.3124 1 8.5000e- 1 8.1300e- i 445.9468 Down Restaurant) 1 +006 1 1 1 003 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 003 1 003 1 ----------- Hotel ------ �'1------------------------------------------�-------�---------------� 1 �-------�-------�-------1 r71-------1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 �____--'I-------1 1 1 T____'-_ 1.74095e 9.3900e- 0.0853 0.0717 5.1000e- 6.4900e- 6.4900e- 6.4900e- 6.4900e- 0.0000 1 92.9036 92.9036 1.7800e- 1.7000e- 93.4557 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 +006 003 1 1 1 004 1 1 003 1 003 1 1 003 003 . 1 1 003 1 003 1 __ " '-" "I Quality 1 j-------i-------i-------i-------i--------------- i------- i---------------. 1 �-------�-------�-------' r------71-------1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 �____--'I-------1 1 1 T____'-_ 1 1.84608e •1 9.9500e- 0.0905 0.0760 5.4000e- 6.8800e- 6.8800e- 6.8800e- 6.8800e- 0.0000 98.5139 98.5139 1.8900e- 1.8100e- 1 99.0993 Restaurant 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 +006 ; 003 1 1 1 004 1 1 003 1 003 1 1 003 003 . 1 1 1 003 1 003 1 1 __t------71-------1 1 , I I I 1 I I I I I I I 1 - 1 I I I T_____-_ Regional Shopping Centers i 91840 .1 5.000Oe- 1 4.5000e- 1 3.7800e- 1 3.000Oe- 1 1 3.4000e- 1 3.4000e- 1 1 3.4000e- 3.4000e- 0.0000 1 4.9009 1 4.9009 1 9.000Oe- 1 9.000Oe- i 4.9301 004 1 003 1 003 1 005 1 1 004 1 004 1 1 004 004 . 1 1 005 1 005 1 Total 0.1398 1.2312 0.7770 7.6200e- 0.0966 0.0966 0.0966 0.0966 0.0000 1,383.426 1,383.426 0.0265 0.0254 1,391.647 003 8 8 8 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 33 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 5.2 Energy by Land Use - NaturalGas Mitigated NaturalGa ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e s Use I I PM10 I PM10 Total PM2.5 I PM2.5 I Total I I Land Use kBTU/yr tons/yr MT/yr Apartments Low 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 i 408494 42.2000e- 1 0.0188 1 8.0100e- 1 1.2000e- 1 1 1.5200e- 1 1.5200e- 1 1 1.5200e- 1.5200e- � 0.0000 1 21.7988 1 21.7988 1 4.2000e- 1 4.000Oe- i 21.9284 Rise 1 '1 003 1 1 003 1 004 1 1 003 1 003 1 1 003 003 004 1 004 1 1 ; 1 r------�I------ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , - 1 1 1 1 T Apartments Mid i 1.30613e .1 0.0704 1 0.6018 1 0.2561 1 3.8400e- 1 1 0.0487 1 0.0487 1 1 0.0487 0.0487 0.0000 1 696.9989 1 696.9989 1 0.0134 1 0.0128 i 701.1408 Rise +007 ; 1 I I 003 _ 1 ; 1 r------71------- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , - 1 1 1 1 T General Office Building i 468450 .1 2.5300e- 1 0.0230 1 0.0193 1 1.4000e- 1 1 1.7500e- 1 1.7500e- 1 1 1.7500e- 1.7500e- 0.0000 1 24.9983 1 24.9983 1 4.8000e- 1 4.6000e- i 25.1468 1 003 1 1 1 004 1 1 003 1 003 1 1 003 003 . 1 1 004 1 004 1 -----------1 '1-----------------------------------------------------------------------• 1------------------------1 High Turnover (Sit 8.30736e .1 0.0448 1 0.4072 1 0.3421 1 2.4400e- 1 1 0.0310 1 0.0310 1 1 0.0310 0.0310 0.0000 1 443.3124 1 443.3124 1 8.5000e- 1 8.1300e- i 445.9468 Down Restaurant) 1 +006 i 1 1 1 003 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 003 1 003 1 ----------- Hotel ------ �'1------------------------------------------�-------�---------------� 1 �-------�------- -------1 r71-------1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , �____--'I-------1 1 1 ------- 1.74095e •1 9.3900e- 0.0853 0.0717 5.1000e- 6.4900e- 6.4900e- 6.4900e- 6.4900e- 0.0000 1 92.9036 92.9036 1.7800e- 1.7000e- 93.4557 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 +006 ; 003 1 1 1 004 1 1 003 1 003 1 1 003 003 . 1 1 003 1 003 1 -""'-""i Quality '1 j-------i-------i-------i-------i--------------- i------- i---------------��1 �-------�-------�-------1 r-------------1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , ____--'I-------1 1 1 T_----- 71 1.84608e •1 9.9500e- 0.0905 0.0760 5.4000e- 6.8800e- 6.8800e- 6.8800e- 6.8800e- 0.0000 98.5139 98.5139 1.8900e- 1.8100e- 99.0993 Restaurant 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 +006 ; 003 1 1 1 004 1 1 003 1 003 1 1 003 003 . 1 1 1 003 1 003 1 1 __t------71-------1 1 , I I I 1 I I I I I I I 1 - 1 I I I T_____-_ Regional Shopping Centers i 91840 •1 5.000Oe- 1 4.5000e- 1 3.7800e- 1 3.000Oe- 1 1 3.4000e- 1 3.4000e- 1 1 3.4000e- 3.4000e- 0.0000 1 4.9009 1 4.9009 1 9.000Oe- 1 9.000Oe- i 4.9301 ; 004 1 003 1 003 1 005 1 1 004 1 004 1 1 004 004 . 1 1 005 1 005 1 Total 0.1398 1.2312 0.7770 7.6200e- 0.0966 0.0966 0.0966 0.0966 0.0000 1,383.426 1,383.426 0.0265 0.0254 1,391.647 003 8 8 j j 8 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 34 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 5.3 Energy by Land Use - Electricity Unmitigated Electricity Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e Use Land Use kWh/yr MT/yr Apartments Low 106010 •i 33.7770 i 1.3900e- 2.9000e- 33.8978 Rise 003 004 i --�------it------ Apartments Mid •---------------- *------- 3.94697e •i 1,257.587 i 0.0519 0.0107 1,262.086 Rise +006 9 i i i 9 General Office -j--------j------- i 584550 •i 186.2502 i 7.6900e- 1.5900e- 186.9165 Building 003 003 High Turnover (Sit -j- - - - - --- - - - - - - 1.58904e •1 506.3022 i 0.0209 4.3200e- 508.1135 Down Restaurant) i +006 003 -- Hotel -----•--------------- -ii------- i 550308 •1 175.3399 i 7.2400e- 1.5000e- 175.9672 003 003 - Quality •�- - - - - --- - - - - -- ------ii------- 353120 •1 112.5116 i 4.6500e- 9.6000e- 112.9141 Restaurant ;1 i 003 i 004 Regional 756000 •i 240.8778 i 9.9400e- 2.0600e- T 241.7395 Shopping Center 003 i 003 Total 2,512.646 0.1037 0.0215 2:521.635 5 6 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 35 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 5.3 Energy by Land Use - Electricity Mitigated Electricity Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e Use Land Use kWh/yr MT/yr Apartments Low 106010 •i 33.7770 i 1.3900e- 2.9000e- 33.8978 Rise 003 004 i Apartments Mid • ---------------- 3.94697e •i 1,257.587 i 0.0519 0.0107 1,262.086 Rise +006 9 i i i 9 General Office -j--------j------- i 584550 •i 186.2502 i 7.6900e- 1.5900e- 186.9165 Building 003 003 High Turnover (Sit -j- - - - - --- - - - - - - 1.58904e •1 506.3022 i 0.0209 4.3200e- 508.1135 Down Restaurant) i +006 003 ---r--- Hotel ------- *------- ---ii•--------------- i 550308 •1 175.3399 i 7.2400e- 1.5000e- 175.9672 003 003 --- Quality •�- - - - - --- r------ii------- *------- 353120 •1 112.5116 i 4.6500e- 9.6000e- 112.9141 Restaurant ;1 003 i 004 Regional -------------- 756000 •i 240.8778 i 9.9400e- 2.0600e- 241.7395 Shopping Center 003 i 003 Total 2,512.646�71037 0.0215 2,521.635 5 6 6.0 Area Detail 6.1 Mitigation Measures Area CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 36 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive PM10 Exhaust PM10 PM10 Total Fugitive PM2.5 Exhaust PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e Category tons/yr MT/yr Mitigated •i 5.1437 i 0.2950 � 10.3804 1.6700e- 0.0714 i 0.0714 i i 0.0714 0.0714 0.0000 i 220.9670 � 220.9670 i 0.0201 � 3.7400e- 1 222.5835 003 003 Unmitigated 5.1437 0.2950 10.3804 1.6700e- - 0.0714 - 0.0714 0.0714 0.0714 0.0000 220.9670 220.9670 - 0.0201 3.7400e- 222.5835 003 003 6.2 Area by SubCategory Unmitigated ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Subcategory tons/yr MT/yr Architectural •i 0.4137 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 Coating % ----------- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------*------- Consumer �� 4.3998 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 Products Hearth •i 0.0206 i 0.1763 0.0750 i 1.1200e- i 0.0143 i 0.0143 i 0.0143 0.0143 0.0000 i 204.1166 204.1166 i 3.9100e- 3.7400e- i 205.3295 •� 003 003 003 i . Landscaping •i 0.3096 i 0.1187 10.3054 i 5.4000e- i 0.0572 i 0.0572 i 0.0572 0.0572 0.0000 i 16.8504 16.8504 0.0161 0.0000 i 17.2540 i 004 Total 5.1437 0.2950 10.3804 1.6600e- 0.0714 0.0714 0.0714 0.0714 0.0000 220.9670 220.9670 0.0201 3.7400e- 222.5835 003 003 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 37 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 6.2 Area by SubCategory Mitigated ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Subcategory tons/yr MT/yr Architectural •i 0.4137 i � i i � 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 Coating Consumer •i 4.3998 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 Products Hearth •i 0.0206 i 0.1763 0.0750 i 1.1200e- 0.0143 i 0.0143 0.0143 0.0143 0.0000 i 204.1166 204.1166 i 3.9100e- 3.7400e- 205.3295 003 003 003 i Landscaping •i 0.3096 i 0.1187 10.3054 i 5.4000e- i 0.0572 i 0.0572 i 0.0572 0.0572 0.0000 i 16.8504 16.8504 i 0.0161 0.0000 17.2540 004 Total 5.1437 0.2950 10.3804 1.6600e- 0.0714 0.0714 0.0714 0.0714 0.0000 220.9670 220.9670 0.0201 3.7400e- 222.5835 11 003 003 7.0 Water Detail 7.1 Mitigation Measures Water CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 38 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e Category MT/yr Mitigated •1 585.8052 i 3.0183 i 0.0755 i 683.7567 - - - - - - - - - - - % --------------4------------------------------- - - - - - - - Unmitigated •• 585.8052 3.0183 0.0755 683.7567 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 39 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 7.2 Water by Land Use Unmitigated Indoor/Out Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e door Use Land Use Mgal MT/yr Apartments Low 1.62885 / •1 10.9095 0.0535 1.3400e- 12.6471 Rise 1.02688 ;i i 003 '-------- -------- ------- Apartments Mid 1 63.5252 / •1 425.4719 2.0867 0.0523 493.2363 Rise 40.0485 ; -- - - - --- - - - - - - General Office 1 7.99802 / •i 53.0719 0.2627 6.5900e- i 61.6019 Building 4.90201 ;i i 003 - - - - - - - ------- -j------- --------- - - - - - - - High Turnover (Sit 10.9272 / •i 51.2702 0.3580 8.8200e- 62.8482 Down Restaurant) i 0.697482 ;i i 003 ' -------- ------- Hotel i 1.26834 / •1 6.1633 0.0416 1.0300e- i 7.5079 0.140927 'i 003 -- - - - - --- - - - - - - Quality 2.42827 / •i 11.3934 0.0796 1.9600e- 13.9663 Restaurant i 0.154996 ;i i 003 ---------- --------------- Regional 4.14806 / •i 27.5250 0.1363 3.4200e- 31.9490 Shopping Center 2.54236 ;i i 003 Total 585.8052 j 3.0183 j 0.0755 683.7567 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 40 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 7.2 Water by Land Use Mitigated Indoor/Out Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e door Use Land Use Mgal MT/yr Apartments Low 1.62885 / •1 10.9095 0.0535 1.3400e- 12.6471 Rise 1.02688 ;i i 003 '-------- -------- ------- Apartments Mid 1 63.5252 / •1 425.4719 2.0867 0.0523 493.2363 Rise 40.0485 ; -- - - - --- - - - - - - General Office 1 7.99802 / •i 53.0719 0.2627 6.5900e- i 61.6019 Building 4.90201 ;i 003 --r- ----- ------- -j--------------- * - - - - - - - High Turnover (Sit 10.9272 / •i 51.2702 0.3580 8.8200e- 62.8482 Down Restaurant) i 0.697482 ;i i 003 ' -------- ------- Hotel i 1.26834 / •1 6.1633 0.0416 1.0300e- i 7.5079 0.140927 'i 003 -- - - - - --- - - - - - - Quality 2.42827 / •i 11.3934 0.0796 1.9600e- 13.9663 Restaurant i 0.154996 ;i i 003 ---------- --------------- Regional 4.14806 / •i 27.5250 0.1363 3.4200e- 31.9490 Shopping Center 2.54236 ;i i 003 Total 585.8052 j 3.0183 j 0.0755 683.7567 8.0 Waste Detail 8.1 Mitigation Measures Waste CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 41 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual CategoryNear Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e MT/yr Mitigated •i 207.8079 i 12.2811 i 0.0000 1 514.8354 - - - - - - - - - - - % --------------+------------------------------ - - - - - - - Unmitigated •• 207.8079 12.2811 0.0000 514.8354 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 42 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 8.2 Waste by Land Use Unmitigated Waste Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e Disposed Land Use tons MT/yr Apartments Low 11.5 •1 2.3344 0.1380 0.0000 5.7834 Rise •� i • '-------'------- Apartments Mid i 448.5 •i 91.0415 5.3804 0.0000 i 225.5513 Rise •� -------- i -------- ------- '------- GeneralOffice i 41.85 •1 8.4952 0.5021 0.0000 i 21.0464 Building i •� - ------ �i------- '------- '------- *------- High Turnover (Sit 428.4 •1 86.9613 5.1393 0.0000 215.4430 Down Restaurant)1 •� • '-------'------- Hotel i 27.38 •1 5.5579 0.3285 0.0000 i 13.7694 __ i i Quality 7.3 •i 1.4818 0.0876 0.0000 3.6712 Restaurant i •� • -------- ------- 58.8 •i 11.9359 0.7054 0.0000 29.5706 Shopping Center i •� Total 207.8079 12.2811 0.0000 514.8354 CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 43 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual 8.2 Waste by Land Use Mitigated Waste Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e Disposed Land Use tons MT/yr Apartments Low 11.5 •1 2.3344 0.1380 0.0000 5.7834 Rise •� i • '-------'------- Apartments Mid i 448.5 •i 91.0415 5.3804 0.0000 i 225.5513 Rise •� -------- i -------- ------- '------- GeneralOffice i 41.85 •1 8.4952 0.5021 0.0000 i 21.0464 Building i •� - ------ �i------- '------- '------- *------- High Turnover (Sit 428.4 •1 86.9613 5.1393 0.0000 215.4430 Down Restaurant)1 •� '-------'------- Hotel i 27.38 •1 5.5579 0.3285 0.0000 i 13.7694 __ i i Quality 7.3 •i 1.4818 0.0876 0.0000 3.6712 Restaurant i •� • - ' - - - - - - -'- - - - - - - Regional 58.8 •i 11.9359 0.7054 0.0000 29.5706 Shopping Center i •� Total 207.8079 12.2811 0.0000 514.8354 9.0 Operational Offroad Equipment Type Number Hours/Day Days/Year Horse Power Load Factor Fuel Type 10.0 Stationary Equipment Fire Pumps and Emergency Generators Equipment Type Number Hours/Day Hours/Year Horse Power Load Factor Fuel Type CaIEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 44 of 44 Date: 1/6/2021 1:52 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Annual Boilers Equipment Type Number Heat Input/Day Heat Input/Year Boiler Rating Fuel Type User Defined Equipment Equipment Type Number 11.0 Vegetation CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 1 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer 1.0 Project Characteristics 1.1 Land Usage Land Uses Size Metric Lot Acreage Floor Surface Area Population General Office Building 45.00 + 1000sgft ; 1.03 45,000.00 i 0 ----------------------------_------------------------------_ h Turnover Sit Down Restaurant)36.00 High ----------------------- - - - - -- = - - ;------- - - - - --- - - - - -- 1000sgft ; 0.83 36,000.00 -+ 0 + -----------------------------_------------------------------_- Hotel 50.00 + ---------------------- - - - - -- = - ---;-------------- - - - - - - Room ; 1.67 72,600.00 - 1 0 ------ - - - --y----------------_------------------------------_- Qualit Restaurant 8.00 + ---------------------- - - - - -- = --- ----;-------------- - - - - -- 1000sgft ; 0.18 8,000.00 -+ 0 _ --- - - - - -p--------------------_------------------------------ A Apartments Low Rise 25.00 + ----------------------------- = --- ----;------------- - - - - - - Dwelling Unit ; 1.56 25,000.00 -+ 72 ---- - - - - ---------------------_------------------------------_------------------------------= Apartments artments Mid Rise 975.00 + ----- -------- --------- -i------------------+--------------- Dwelling Unit ; 25.66 975,000.00 i 2789 ------------------------------_------------------------------_ ----------------------- - - - - -- --------------}------------------E------------- Regional Shopping Center 56.00 1000sgft 1.29 56,000.00 0 1.2 Other Project Characteristics Urbanization Urban Wind Speed (m/s) 2.2 Precipitation Freq (Days) 33 Climate Zone 9 Operational Year 2028 Utility Company Southern California Edison CO2Intensity 702.44 CH4Intensity 0.029 N20Intensity 0.006 (lb/MWhr) (lb/MWhr) (lb/MWhr) 1.3 User Entered Comments & Non -Default Data CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 2 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer Project Characteristics - Consistent with the DEIR's model. Land Use - See SWAPE comment regarding residential and retail land uses. Construction Phase - See SWAPE comment regarding individual construction phase lengths. Demolition - Consistent with the DEIR's model. See SWAPE comment regarding demolition. Vehicle Trips - Saturday trips consistent with the DEIR's model. See SWAPE comment regarding weekday and Sunday trips. Woodstoves - Woodstoves and wood -burning fireplaces consistent with the DEIR's model. See SWAPE comment regarding gas fireplaces. Energy Use - Construction Off -road Equipment Mitigation - See SWAPE comment on construction -related mitigation. Area Mitigation - See SWAPE comment regarding operational mitigation measures. Water Mitigation - See SWAPE comment regarding operational mitigation measures. Table Name Column Name Default Value New Value tblFireplaces FireplaceWood Mass IT 1,019.20 0.00 ---------------------------- tblFireplaces ------------------------------ r-------------------------------------------------------- FireplaceWood Mass 1,019.20 0.00 -------------p-------------_------------------- tblFire laces ------------ -------------------------- NumberWood r 1.25 0.00 ---------------------------- tblFireplaces ------------------------------r----------------------------- ------------------------- NumberWood 48.75 0.00 ---------------------------_----------------- tblVehicleTrips ------------ ------------------------- ST_TR r 7.16 6.17 ----------------------------- tblVehicleTrips ------------------------------r------------------------------------------------------- ST_TR 6.39 3.87 ----------------------------- tblVehicleTrips ------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------------- ST_TR 2.46 1.39 ----------------------------_----------------- tblVehicleTrips -------------------------------------- ST_TR r 158.37 79.82 ----------------------------_----------------- tblVehicleTrips -------------------------------------- ST_TR r 8.19 3.75 ----------------------------_----------------- tblVehicleTrips --------------------------------------- ST_TR r 94.36 63.99 ----------------------------_----------------- tblVehicleTrips --------------------------------------- ST_TR r 49.97 10.74 ----------------------------_----------------- tblVehicleTrips --------------------------------------- SU_TR r 6.07 6.16 ----------------------------- tblVehicleTrips ------------------------------ -------------------------------------------------------- SU_TR 5.86 4.18 ----------------------------_-----------------------------' tblVehicleTrips --------------------------------------- SU_TR r 1.05 0.69 ----------------------------- tblVehicleTrips ------------------------------t------------------------------ -------------------------- SU_TR 131.84 78.27 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 3 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer tblVehicleTrips SU_TR 5.95 3.20 ----------------------------- tblVehicleTrips Y---------------------------- SU_TR �-----------------------------T-------------------------- } 72.16 57.65 tblVehicleTrips SU_TR } 25.24 6.39 tblVehicleTrips WD_TR } 6.59 5.83 tblVehicleTrips WD_TR } 6.65 4.13 tblVehicleTrips WD_TR } 11.03 6.41 tblVehicleTrips WD_TR } 127.15 65.80 tblVehicleTrips WD_TR } 8.17 3.84 tblVehicleTrips WD_TR } 89.95 62.64 tblVehicleTrips WD_TR } 42.70 9.43 tblWoodstoves NumberCatalytic } 1.25 0.00 tblWoodstoves NumberCatalytic } 48.75 0.00 tblWoodstoves NumberNoncatalytic } 1.25 0.00 tblWoodstoves NumberNoncatalytic } 48.75 0.00 tblWoodstoves Wood stove DayYear } 25.00 0.00 tblWoodstoves Wood stove DayYear } 25.00 0.00 tblWoodstoves WoodstoveWood Mass i 999.60 0.00 tblWoodstoves WoodstoveWood Mass 999.60 0.00 2.0 Emissions Summary CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 4 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer 2.1 Overall Construction (Maximum Daily Emission) Unmitigated Construction ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I I Year lb/day lb/day 2021 •i 4.2769 i 46.4588 31.6840 i 0.0643 18.2675 2.0461 i 20.3135 9.9840 i 1.8824 11.8664 0.0000 i 6,234.797 6,234.797 i 1.9495 0.0000 6,283.535 4 i 4 i i 2 2022 •i 5.3304 38.8967 49.5629 0.1517 9.8688 1.6366 10.7727 3.6558 1.5057 5.1615 0.0000 i 15,251.56 15,251.56 1.9503 0.0000 15,278.52 i i i i i •� 74 74 i 88 2023 •i 4.8957 i 26.3317 46.7567 i 0.1472 9.8688 0.7794 i 10.6482 2.6381 i 0.7322 3.3702 0.0000 i 14,807.52 14,807.52 i 1.0250 0.0000 14,833.15 2024 •1 237.1630 i 9.5575 15.1043 i 0.0244 1.7884 0.4698 i 1.8628 0.4743 i 0.4322 0.5476 0.0000 i 2,361.398 2,361.398 i 0.7177 0.0000 2,379.342 9 i 9 i i i 1 Maximum 237.1630 46.4588 49.5629 0.1517 18.2675 2.0461 20.3135 9.9840 1.8824 11.8664 0.0000 15,251.56 15,251.56 1.9503 0.0000 15,278.52 11 74 74 88 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 5 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer 2.1 Overall Construction (Maximum Daily Emission) Mitigated Construction ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I I Year lb/day lb/day 2021 •i 4.2769 46.4588 31.6840 0.0643 18.2675 2.0461 20.3135 9.9840 1.8824 11.8664 0.0000 i 6,234.797 6,234.797 1.9495 0.0000 6,283.535 i i i i i 4 i 4 i i 2 2022 •i 5.3304 38.8967 49.5629 0.1517 9.8688 1.6366 10.7727 3.6558 1.5057 5.1615 0.0000 i 15,251.56 15,251.56 1.9503 0.0000 15,278.52 i i i i i •� 74 74 i 88 2023 •i 4.8957 i 26.3317 46.7567 i 0.1472 9.8688 0.7794 i 10.6482 2.6381 i 0.7322 3.3702 0.0000 i 14,807.52 14,807.52 i 1.0250 0.0000 14,833.15 2024 •1 237.1630 i 9.5575 15.1043 i 0.0244 1.7884 0.4698 i 1.8628 0.4743 i 0.4322 0.5476 0.0000 i 2,361.398 2,361.398 i 0.7177 0.0000 2,379.342 9 i 9 i i i 1 Maximum 237.1630 46.4588 49.5629 0.1517 18.2675 2.0461 20.3135 9.9840 1.8824 11.8664 0.0000 15,251.56 15,251.56 1.9503 0.0000 15,278.52 74 74 88 ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio-0O2 NBio-CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Percent 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Reduction CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 6 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer 2.2 Overall Operational Unmitigated Operational ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category lb/day lb/day Area •i 30.5020 15.0496 88.4430 0.0944 1.5974 1.5974 1.5974 1.5974 0.0000 i 18,148.59 18,148.59 0.4874 0.3300 18,259.11 i i � � i � i i 50 50 i 92 --------------- Energy •i 0.7660 i 6.7462 4.2573 i 0.0418 0.5292 i 0.5292 0.5292 0.5292 i 8,355.983 8,355.983 i 0.1602 0.1532 8,405.638 2 i 2 i i i 7 Mobile •1 9.8489 i 45.4304 114.8495 i 0.4917 45.9592 0.3360 i 46.2951 12.2950 i 0.3119 12.6070 i 50,306.60 50,306.60 i 2.1807 50,361.12 08 34 i 34 � � i Total 41.1168 207.5497 0.6278 45.9592 2.4626 48.4217 12.2950 2.4385 14.7336 0.0000 76,811.18 76,811.18 2.8282 0.4832 77,025.87 11 762 16 16 86 Mitigated Operational ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category lb/day lb/day Area •i 30.5020 i 15.0496 88.4430 i 0.0944 1.5974 i 1.5974 1.5974 1.5974 0.0000 i 18,148.59 18,148.59 i 0.4874 0.3300 i 18,259.11 �� ■ 50 50 i 92 Energy •i 0.7660 i 6.7462 4.2573 i 0.0418 0.5292 i 0.5292 i 0.5292 0.5292 i 8,355.983 8,355.983 i 0.1602 0.1532 i 8,405.638 '� i i i i i i i i i i i ■ 2 2 i 7 Mobile 9.8489 i 45.4304 114.8495 i 0.4917 45.9592 0.3360 i 46.2951 12.2950 i 0.3119 12.6070 50,306.60 50,306.60 i 2.1807 i 50,361.12 i ■ 34 34 i 08 Total 41.1168 67.2262 207.5497 0.6278 45.9592 2.4626 48.4217 12.2950 2.4385 14.7336 0.0000 76,811.18 76,811.18 2.8282 0.4832 77,025.87 16 16 86 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 7 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio-0O2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Percent 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Reduction 3.0 Construction Detail Construction Phase Phase Number Phase Name Phase Type Start Date End Date Num Days Week Num Days Phase Description 1 •Demolition !Demolition !9/1/2021 110/12/2021 5 30: i i _ 2 Site Preparation +Site Preparation !10/13/2021 i11/9/2021 5 20: i i _ 3 •Grading +Grading !11/10/2021 i1/11/2022 5 45: i i _ 4 •Building Construction +Building Construction ! 1/12/2022 :12/12/2023 5: 500: i i _ 5 :Paving +Paving ! 12/13/2023 i 1/30/2024 5: 35: + I 1 1 6 -Architectural Coating :Architectural Coating -1/31/2024 -3/19/2024 5, 35- Acres of Grading (Site Preparation Phase): 0 Acres of Grading (Grading Phase): 112.5 Acres of Paving: 0 Residential Indoor: 2,025,000; Residential Outdoor: 675,000; Non -Residential Indoor: 326,400; Non -Residential Outdoor: 108,800; Striped Parking Area: 0 (Architectural Coating — sgft) OffRoad Equipment CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 8 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer Phase Name I Offroad Equipment Type I Amount I Usage Hours I Horse Power I Load Factor Demolition 'Concrete/Industrial Saws ; 1 ; 8.001 81 • 0.73 -------------------------- �- - -------------------------- ----------- Demolition +Excavators ; 3 8.001 158• 0.38 + _ i _ Demolition 'Rubber Tired Dozers ; 21 8.001 247• 0.40 -------------------------- �- - - - -------------------------- ----------- Site Preparation 'Rubber Tired Dozers ; 3 8.001 247• 0.40 ---------------------------- _ i -------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------- ----------- Site Preparation +Tractors/Loaders/Backhoes ; 41 8.001 97• 0.37 i �- - - - -------------------------- ----------- Grading +Excavators ; 2 8.001 158• 0.38 -------------------------- �- - - - -------------------------- ----------- Grading 'Graders ; 1 8.001 187• 0.41 -------------------------- �- - - - -------------------------- ----------- Grading 'Rubber Tired Dozers ; 1 8.001 247• 0.40 ---------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------i ------ - - - - --------------- ----------- Grading 'Scrapers ; 21 8.001 367• 0.48 i �- - - - -------------------------- ----------- Grading +Tractors/Loaders/Backhoes ; 2 8.001 97• 0.37 ---------------------------- _ i -------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------- ----------- Building Construction 'Cranes ; 11 7.001 231, 0.29 �_ i - - - -------------------------- ----------- Building Construction 'Forklifts ; 3 8.001 89• 0.20 + _ __ i i _ Building Construction 'Generator Sets ; 1 8.001 _ 84• 0.74 �_ _ i - - - - -------------------------- ----------- Building Construction +Tractors/Loaders/Backhoes ; 3 7.001 _ 97• 0.37 + __ i i Building Construction 'Welders ; 1 8.001 46• 0.45 �- - - - -------------------------- ----------- Paving +Pavers ; 2 8.001 130• 0.42 --------------------------- �- - - - -------------------------- ----------- Paving 'Paving Equipment ; 21 8.001 132• 0.36 i �- - - - -------------------------- ----------- Paving 'Rollers ; 2 8.001 80• 0.38 ---------------------------- --------------------------*-----------------F------------ r------------- ----------- Architectural Coating •Air Compressors 1 • 6.00• 78• 0.48 Trips and VMT CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 9 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer Phase Name I Offroad Equipment I Worker Trip I Vendor Trip I Hauling Trip I Worker Trip I Vendor Trip I Hauling Trip I Worker Vehicle I Vendor I Hauling Count Number Number Number Length Length Length Class Vehicle Class Vehicle Class Demolition A 6; 15.00 0.001 458.00; 14.70: 6.90; 20.00;LD_Mix IHDT_Mix EHHDT ------------- Site Preparation 7; -----_-_, 18.00: --------i 0.001 0.00: --------- 14.70: ------------------------ 6.90; 20.00;LD_Mix ----------r--------_ ;HDT_Mix ?HHDT �- --------------- ° Grading -------------; 8; i------------ 20.00: --------i 0.001 ,----------�- 0.00: -------------------------- 14.70: 6.90; 20.00.LD_Mix ------' iHDT_Mix -- EHHDT ----------------° �- Building Construction v -------------=---------------''''-, 9; i----------i- 801.00- I --------i 143.001 ,- 0.00: ---------' --------- �- 14.70: ------------------------�----------' 6.90, 20.00;LD_Mix iHDT_Mix -------- ;HHDT ° �- Paving -------------- 6; - i------------ 15.00: --------i 0.001 ,----------4- 0.00: ---------- 14.70: 6.90; -------------' 20.00;LD_Mix iHDT_Mix -- EHHDT i f I Architectural Coating ; 1; 160.00, 0.00, 0.00, 14.70, 6.90, 20.00,LD_Mix ;HDT_Mix HHDT 3.1 Mitigation Measures Construction 3.2 Demolition - 2021 Unmitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category lb/day lb/day Fugitive Dust ;1 , , , , 3.3074 , 0.0000 , 3.3074 , 0.5008 , 0.0000 ; 0.5008 � i , 0.0000 , , i 0.0000 Off -Road •i 3.1651 , 31.4407 , 21.5650 , 0.0388 , , 1.5513 , 1.5513 , , 1.4411 ; 1.4411 i 3,747.944 , 3,747.944 , 1.0549 , i 3,774.317 9 i 9 4 Total 3.1651 31.4407 21.5650 0.0388 3.3074 1.5513 4.8588 0.5008 1.4411 1.9419 3,747.944 3,747.944 1.0549 3:774.317 9 9 4 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 10 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer 3.2 Demolition - 2021 Unmitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category lb/day lb/day Hauling •i 0.1273 4.0952 0.9602 0.0119 0.2669 0.0126 0.2795 0.0732 0.0120 0.0852 1,292.241 1,292.241 0.0877 i 1,294.433 i i � i i � � i '� i i i i i i i i • 3 i 3 i i i 7 Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Worker •i 0.0643 i 0.0442 i 0.6042 1.7100e- i 0.1677 1.3500e- 0.1690 i 0.0445 1.2500e- 0.0457 i 170.8155 170.8155 5.0300e- i 1 170.9413 003 003 003 003 i Total 0.1916 4.1394 1.5644 0.0136 0.4346 0.0139 0.4485 0.1176 0.0133 0.0927 1,465.375 f-77771,463.056 8 17,463.056 8 1 0 Mitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category lb/day lb/day Fugitive Dust •1 3.3074 0.0000 3.3074 i 0.5008 0.0000 0.5008 0.0000 0.0000 Off -Road •i 3.1651 i 31.4407 i 21.5650 0.0388 1.5513 1.5513 1.4411 1.4411 0.0000 i 3,747.944 3,747.944 1.0549 i i 3,774.317 '� i i i i i i i i i i i • 9 9 i 4 Total 3.1651 31.4407 21.5650 0.0388 3.3074 1.5513 4.8588 0.5008 1.4411 1.9419 0.0000 3,747.944 3,747.944 1.0549 3,774.317 9 9 4 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 11 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer 3.2 Demolition - 2021 Mitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category lb/day lb/day Hauling •i 0.1273 4.0952 0.9602 0.0119 0.2669 0.0126 0.2795 0.0732 0.0120 0.0852 i 1,292.241 1,292.241 0.0877 i 1,294.433 i i � i i • � � i '� i i i i i i i i • 3 i 3 i i i 7 Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Worker •i 0.0643 i 0.0442 i 0.6042 1.7100e- i 0.1677 1.3500e- 0.1690 i 0.0445 1.2500e- 0.0457 i 170.8155 170.8155 5.0300e- i 1 170.9413 003 003 003 003 i Total 0.1916 4.1394 1.5644 0.0136 0.4346 0.0139 0.4485 0.1176 0.0133 0.0927 1,465.375 f-77771,463.056 8 17,463.056 8 1 0 3.3 Site Preparation - 2021 Unmitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category lb/day lb/day Fugitive Dust •1 18.0663 0.0000 18.0663 i 9.9307 0.0000 9.9307 0.0000 0.0000 Off -Road •i 3.8882 i 40.4971 i 21.1543 � 0.0380 i � 2.0445 � 2.0445 i � 1.8809 � 1.8809 � i 3,685.656 � 3,685.656 � 1.1920 i i 3,715.457 '� i i i i i i i i i • g 9 3 Total 3.8882 40.4971 21.1543 0.0380 18.0663 2.0445 20.1107 9.9307 1.8809 11.8116 3,685.656 3,685.656 1.1920 3,715.457 9 9 3 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 12 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer 3.3 Site Preparation - 2021 Unmitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category lb/day lb/day Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 � Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Worker •i 0.0772 i 0.0530 i 0.7250 2.0600e- i 0.2012 1.6300e- 0.2028 i 0.0534 1.5000e- 0.0549 204.9786 204.9786 6.0400e- i i 205.1296 003 003 003 003 i Total 0.0772 0.0530 0.7250 2.0600e- 0.2012 1.6300e- 0.2028 0.0534 1.5000e- 0.0549 204.9786 204.9786 6.0400e- 205.1296 003 003 003 003 Mitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category lb/day lb/day Fugitive Dust •1 i i i i 18.0663 0.0000 18.0663 9.9307 i 0.0000 9.9307 0.0000 0.0000 Off -Road •i 3.8882 i 40.4971 i 21.1543 0.0380 2.0445 2.0445 1.8809 1.8809 0.0000 i 3,685.656 3,685.656 1.1920 i i 3,715.457 i g 9 3 Total 3.8882 40.4971 21.1543 0.0380 18.0663 2.0445 20.1107 9.9307 1.8809 11.8116 0.0000 3,685.656 3,685.656 1.1920 3,715.457 9 9 3 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 13 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer 3.3 Site Preparation - 2021 Mitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category lb/day lb/day Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 � Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Worker •i 0.0772 i 0.0530 i 0.7250 2.0600e- i 0.2012 1.6300e- 0.2028 i 0.0534 1.5000e- 0.0549 204.9786 204.9786 6.0400e- i i 205.1296 003 003 003 003 i Total 0.0772 0.0530 0.7250 2.0600e- 0.2012 1.6300e- 0.2028 0.0534 1.5000e- 0.0549 204.9786 204.9786 6.0400e- 205.1296 003 003 003 003 3.4 Grading - 2021 Unmitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category lb/day lb/day Fugitive Dust •1 8.6733 i 0.0000 8.6733 i 3.5965 i 0.0000 3.5965 0.0000 0.0000 Off -Road •i 4.1912 i 46.3998 i 30.8785 � 0.0620 i � 1.9853 � 1.9853 i � 1.8265 � 1.8265 � i 6,007.043 � 6,007.043 � 1.9428 i i 6,055.613 i i i 4 4 i 4 Total 4.1912 46.3998 30.8785 0.0620 8.6733 1.9853 10.6587 3.5965 1.8265 777 6,007.043 6,007.043 1.9428 6,055.613 4 4 4 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 14 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer 3.4 Grading - 2021 Unmitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category lb/day lb/day Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 � Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Worker •i 0.0857 i 0.0589 i 0.8056 2.2900e- i 0.2236 1.8100e- 0.2254 i 0.0593 1.6600e- 0.0610 227.7540 227.7540 6.7100e- i i 227.9217 003 003 003 003 i Total 0.0857 0.0589 0.8056 2.2900e- 0.2236 1.8100e- 0.2254 0.0593 1.6600e- 0.0610 227.7540 227.7540 6.7100e- 227.9217 003 003 003 003 Mitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category lb/day lb/day Fugitive Dust •1 8.6733 i 0.0000 8.6733 i 3.5965 i 0.0000 3.5965 0.0000 0.0000 Off -Road •i 4.1912 i 46.3998 i 30.8785 0.0620 1.9853 1.9853 1.8265 1.8265 0.0000 i 6,007.043 6,007.043 1.9428 i i 6,055.613 i i i 4 4 i 4 Total 4.1912 46.3998 30.8785 0.0620 8.6733 1.9853 10.6587 3.5965 1.8265 5.4230 0.0000 6,007.043 6,007.043 1.9428 6,055.613 4 4 4 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 15 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer 3.4 Grading - 2021 Mitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category lb/day lb/day Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 � Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Worker •i 0.0857 i 0.0589 i 0.8056 2.2900e- i 0.2236 1.8100e- 0.2254 i 0.0593 1.6600e- 0.0610 227.7540 227.7540 6.7100e- i i 227.9217 003 003 003 003 i Total 0.0857 0.0589 0.8056 2.2900e- 0.2236 1.8100e- 0.2254 0.0593 1.6600e- 0.0610 227.7540 227.7540 6.7100e- 227.9217 003 003 003 003 3.4 Grading - 2022 Unmitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category lb/day lb/day Fugitive Dust •1 8.6733 i 0.0000 8.6733 i 3.5965 i 0.0000 3.5965 0.0000 0.0000 Off -Road •i 3.6248 i 38.8435 i 29.0415 � 0.0621 i � 1.6349 � 1.6349 i � 1.5041 1.5041 � i 6,011.410 � 6,011.410 � 1.9442 i i 6,060.015 i 5 5 8 Total 3.6248 38.8435 29.0415 0.0621 8.6733 1.6349 10.3082 3.5965 1.5041 5.1006 6,011.410 6,011.410 1.9442 6,060.015 5 5 8 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 16 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer 3.4 Grading - 2022 Unmitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category lb/day lb/day Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 � Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Worker •i 0.0803 i 0.0532 i 0.7432 2.2100e- i 0.2236 1.7500e- 0.2253 i 0.0593 1.6100e- 0.0609 219.7425 219.7425 6.0600e- i i 219.8941 003 003 003 003 i Total 0.0803 0.0532 0.7432 2.2100e- 0.2236 1.7500e- 0.2253 0.0593 1.6100e- 0.0609 219.7425 219.7425 6.0600e- 219.8941 003 003 003 003 Mitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category lb/day lb/day Fugitive Dust •1 8.6733 i 0.0000 8.6733 i 3.5965 i 0.0000 3.5965 0.0000 0.0000 Off -Road •i 3.6248 i 38.8435 i 29.0415 0.0621 1.6349 1.6349 1.5041 1.5041 0.0000 i 6,011.410 6,011.410 1.9442 i i 6,060.015 i 5 5 i 8 Total 3.6248 38.8435 29.0415 0.0621 8.6733 1.6349 10.3082 3.5965 1.5041 5.1006 0.0000 6,011.410 6,011.410 1.9442 6,060.015 5 5 8 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 17 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer 3.4 Grading - 2022 Mitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category lb/day lb/day Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 � Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Worker •i 0.0803 i 0.0532 i 0.7432 2.2100e- i 0.2236 1.7500e- 0.2253 i 0.0593 1.6100e- 0.0609 219.7425 219.7425 6.0600e- i i 219.8941 003 003 003 003 i Total 0.0803 0.0532 0.7432 2.2100e- 0.2236 1.7500e- 0.2253 0.0593 1.6100e- 0.0609 219.7425 219.7425 6.0600e- 219.8941 003 003 003 003 3.5 Building Construction - 2022 Unmitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category lb/day lb/day Off -Road •i 1.7062 i 15.6156 i 16.3634 i 0.0269 0.8090 i 0.8090 0.7612 0.7612 2,554.333 2,554.333 0.6120 i i 2,569.632 6 i 6 i i i 2 Total 1.7062 15.6156 16.3634 0.0269 0.8090 0.8090 0.7612 0.7612 2,554.333 2,554.333 0.6120 2,569.632 6 6 2 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 18 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer 3.5 Building Construction - 2022 Unmitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category lb/day lb/day Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Vendor •i 0.4079 i 13.2032 i 3.4341 � 0.0364 i 0.9155 � 0.0248 0.9404 i 0.2636 0.0237 0.2873 3,896.548 3,896.548 0.2236 i i 3,902.138 2 i 2 i i i 4 Worker •i 3.2162 i 2.1318 i 29.7654 0.0883 i 8.9533 0.0701 9.0234 i 2.3745 0.0646 2.4390 i 8,800.685 8,800.685 0.2429 i i 8,806.758 7 i 7 i i i 2 Total 3.6242 15.3350 33.1995 0.1247 9.8688 0.0949 9.9637 2.6381 0.0883 12,697.23 0.4665 12,708.89 j j j j [77712,697.23 39 39 j 66 Mitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category lb/day lb/day Off -Road •i 1.7062 i 15.6156 i 16.3634 0.0269 0.8090 0.8090 0.7612 0.7612 0.0000 i 2,554.333 2,554.333 0.6120 i i 2,569.632 6 i 6 i i i 2 Total 1.7062 15.6156 16.3634 0.0269 0.8090 0.8090 0.7612 0.7612 0.0000 2,554.333 2,554.333 0.6120 2,569.632 6 6 2 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 19 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer 3.5 Building Construction - 2022 Mitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category lb/day lb/day Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Vendor •i 0.4079 i 13.2032 i 3.4341 � 0.0364 i 0.9155 � 0.0248 0.9404 i 0.2636 0.0237 0.2873 3,896.548 3,896.548 0.2236 i i 3,902.138 2 i 2 i i i 4 Worker •i 3.2162 i 2.1318 i 29.7654 0.0883 i 8.9533 0.0701 9.0234 i 2.3745 0.0646 2.4390 i 8,800.685 8,800.685 0.2429 i i 8,806.758 7 i 7 i i i 2 Total 3.6242 15.3350 33.1995 0.1247 9.8688 0.0949 9.9637 2.6381 0.0883 12,697.23 0.4665 12,708.89 j j j j [77712,697.23 39 39 j 66 3.5 Building Construction - 2023 Unmitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category lb/day lb/day Off -Road 1.5728 i 14.3849 i 16.2440 0.0269 0.6997 0.6997 0.6584 0.6584 � i 2,555.209 2,555.209 0.6079 i i 2,570.406 i i i i i i i i 9 9 i 1 Total 1.5728 14.3849 16.2440 0.0269 0.6997 0.6997 0.6584 0.658T 2,555.209 2,555.209 0.6079 2,570.406 j j j j j j 9 9 1 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 20 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer 3.5 Building Construction - 2023 Unmitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category lb/day lb/day Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Vendor •i 0.3027 i 10.0181 i 3.1014 0.0352 i 0.9156 0.0116 0.9271 i 0.2636 0.0111 0.2747 i 3,773.876 3,773.876 0.1982 i i 3,778.830 2 i 2 i i i 0 Worker •i 3.0203 i 1.9287 i 27.4113 0.0851 i 8.9533 0.0681 9.0214 i 2.3745 0.0627 2.4372 8,478.440 8,478.440 0.2190 i i 8,483.916 8 i 8 i i i 0 Total 3.3229 11.9468 30.5127 0.1203 9.8688 0.0797 9.9485 2.6381 0.0738 2.7118 12,252.31 12,252.31 0.4172 12,262.74 70 70 60 Mitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category lb/day lb/day Off -Road •i 1.5728 i 14.3849 i 16.2440 0.0269 0.6997 0.6997 0.6584 0.6584 0.0000 i 2,555.209 2,555.209 0.6079 i i 2,570.406 9 i 9 i 1 Total 1.5728 14.3849 16.2440 0.0269 0.6997 0.6997 0.6584 0.6584 0.0000 2,555.209 2,555.209 0.6079 2,570.406 11 9 9 1 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 21 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer 3.5 Building Construction - 2023 Mitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category lb/day lb/day Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Vendor •i 0.3027 i 10.0181 i 3.1014 0.0352 i 0.9156 0.0116 0.9271 i 0.2636 0.0111 0.2747 i 3,773.876 3,773.876 0.1982 i i 3,778.830 2 i 2 i i 1 0 Worker •i 3.0203 i 1.9287 i 27.4113 0.0851 i 8.9533 0.0681 9.0214 i 2.3745 0.0627 2.4372 8,478.440 8,478.440 0.2190 i i 8,483.916 8 i 8 i i i 0 Total 3.3229 11.9468 30.5127 0.1203 9.8688 0.0797 9.9485 2.6381 0.0738 2.7118 12,252.31 12,252.31 0.4172 12,262.74 70 70 60 3.6 Paving - 2023 Unmitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category lb/day lb/day Off -Road •i 1.0327 i 10.1917 i 14.5842 0.0228 0.5102 0.5102 0.4694 0.4694 2,207.584 2,207.584 0.7140 i i 2,225.433 '� i i i i i i i i 1 i 1 i i i 6 • Paving •i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 Total 1.0327 10.1917 14.5842 0.0228 0.5102 0.5102 0.4694 0.4694 2,207.584 2,207.584 0.7140 2,225.433 1 1 6 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 22 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer 3.6 Paving - 2023 Unmitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category lb/day lb/day Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Worker •i 0.0566 i 0.0361 i 0.5133 1.5900e- i 0.1677 1.2800e- 0.1689 i 0.0445 1.1700e- 0.0456 158.7723 158.7723 4.1000e- i i 158.8748 003 003 003 003 i Total 0.0566 0.0361 0.5133 1.5900e- 0.1677 1.2800e- 0.1689 0.0445 1.1700e- 0.0456 158.7723 158.7723 4.1000e- 158.8748 003 003 003 003 Mitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category lb/day lb/day Off -Road •i 1.0327 i 10.1917 i 14.5842 0.0228 0.5102 0.5102 0.4694 0.4694 0.0000 i 2,207.584 2,207.584 0.7140 i i 2,225.433 1 i 1 i i i 6 Paving •i 0.0000 i i i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Total 1.0327 10.1917 14.5842 0.0228 0.5102 0.5102 0.4694 0.4694 0.0000 2,207.584 2,207.584 0.7140 2,225.433 11 1 1 6 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 23 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer 3.6 Paving - 2023 Mitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category lb/day lb/day Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Worker •i 0.0566 i 0.0361 i 0.5133 1.5900e- i 0.1677 1.2800e- 0.1689 i 0.0445 1.1700e- 0.0456 158.7723 158.7723 4.1000e- i i 158.8748 003 003 003 003 i Total 0.0566 0.0361 0.5133 1.5900e- 0.1677 1.2800e- 0.1689 0.0445 1.1700e- 0.0456 158.7723 158.7723 4.1000e- 158.8748 003 003 003 003 3.6 Paving - 2024 Unmitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category lb/day lb/day Off -Road •i 0.9882 i 9.5246 14.6258 i 0.0228 0.4685 0.4685 i i 0.4310 0.4310 2,207.547 2,207.547 0.7140 i i 2,225.396 2 i 2 i i i 3 Paving •i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 Total 0.9882 9.5246 14.6258 0.0228 0.4685 0.4685 0.4310 0.4310 2,207.547 2,207.547 0.7140 2,225.396 2 2 3 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 24 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South Coast County, Summer 3.6 Paving - 2024 Unmitigated Construction Off -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total I Category lb/day lb/day Hauling •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Vendor •i 0.0000 i 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Worker •i 0.0535 i 0.0329 i 0.4785 1.5400e- i 0.1677 1.2600e- 0.1689 i 0.0445 1.1600e- 0.0456 i 153.8517 153.8517 3.7600e- i i 153.9458 003 003 003 003 i Total 0.0535 0.0329 0.4785 1.5400e- 0.1677 1.2600e- 0.1689 0.0445 1.1600e- 0.0456 153.8517 153.8517 3.7600e- 153.9458 003 003 003 003 Mitigated Construction On -Site ROG NOx CO S02 Fugitive Exhaust PM10 Fugitive Exhaust PM2.5 Bio- CO2 NBio- CO2 Total CO2 CH4 N20 CO2e I I I PM10 PM10 Total PM2.5 PM2.5 Total Category lb/day lb/day Off -Road •i 0.9882 i 9.5246 i 14.6258 0.0228 0.4685 0.4685 0.4310 0.4310 0.0000 i 2,207.547 2,207.547 0.7140 i i 2,225.396 2 i 2 i i i 3 Paving •i 0.0000 i i i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 0.0000 i 0.0000 i i 0.0000 Total 0.9882 9.5246 14.6258 0.0228 0.4685 0.4685 0.4310 0.4310 0.0000 2,207.547 2,207.547 0.7140 2,225.396 11 2 2 3 CalEEMod Version: CalEEMod.2016.3.2 Page 25 of 35 Date: 1/6/2021 1:54 PM Village South Specific Plan (Proposed) - Los Angeles -South