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HomeMy WebLinkAbout022718 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] AGENDA TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA FEBRUARY 27, 2018 — 7:00 PM At approximately 9:45 P.M., the City Council will determine which of the remaining agenda items can be considered and acted upon prior to 10:00 P.M. and may continue all other items on which additional time is required until a future meeting. All meetings are scheduled to end at 10:00 P.M. No Closed Session Next in Order: Ordinance: 18-06 Resolution: 18-12 CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Matt Rahn Prelude Music: Claire Maxey Invocation: To Be Announced Flag Salute: Mayor Pro Tem Mike Naggar ROLL CALL: Comerchero, Edwards, Naggar, Stewart, Rahn PRESENTATIONS/PROCLAMATIONS Presentation of Certificate of Achievement to Spencer Mack of Troop #301 for Attaining Eagle Scout Rank Presentation by Roger Alfaro of Vavrinek, Trine, Day & Co,. LLP. Regarding Annual CAFR Report PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of 30 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the City Council on items that appear within the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda. Each speaker is limited to three minutes. If the speaker chooses to address the City Council on an item listed on the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filled out and filed with the City Clerk prior to the City Council addressing Public Comments and the Consent Calendar. Once the speaker is called to speak, please come forward and state your name for the record. For all Public Hearing or Council Business items on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filed with the City Clerk prior to the City Council addressing that item. Each speaker is limited to five minutes. 1 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, 10 minutes will be devoted to these reports. CONSENT CALENDAR NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 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. 1 Waive Reading of Standard Ordinances and Resolutions RECOMMENDATION: 1.1 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. 2 Approve the Action Minutes of February 13, 2018 RECOMMENDATION: 2.1 That the City Council approve the City Council, Joint Meeting of the City Council/Planning Commission, and Joint Meeting of the City Council/Old Town Local Review Board action minutes of February 13, 2018. 3 Approve the List of Demands RECOMMENDATION: 3.1 That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A 4 Approve the City Treasurer's Report as of December 31, 2017 RECOMMENDATION: 4.1 That the City Council approve and file the City Treasurer's Report as of December 31, 2017. 2 5 Adopt Ordinance 18-05 Amending Section 10.44.010 of the Temecula Municipal Code Relating to the Use of Golf Carts on Royal Birkdale Drive from Meadows Parkway to Temeku Drive (Second Reading) RECOMMENDATION: 5.1 That the City Council adopt an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 18-05 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, AMENDING SECTION 10.44.010 OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE RELATING TO THE USE OF GOLF CARTS ON ROYAL BIRKDALE DRIVE FROM MEADOWS PARKWAY TO TEMEKU DRIVE 6 Approve the Sponsorship Agreement with Reality Rally, Inc. for the 2018 Reality Rally, a Fundraiser Event for Michelle's Place (At the Request of the Economic Development Committee Edwards and Comerchero) RECOMMENDATION: 6.1 That the City Council approve the Sponsorship Agreement with Reality Rally, Inc. for city -support costs, in the amount of $6,400 and in-kind promotional services of $11,415, for the 2018 Reality Rally. 7 Approve the Sponsorship Agreement with Temecula Education Foundation for the 2018 Taste of Temecula Valley (At the Request of the Economic Development Committee Edwards and Comerchero) RECOMMENDATION: 7.1 That the City Council approve the Sponsorship Agreement with Temecula Education Foundation for city -support costs, in the amount of $3,825 and in-kind promotional services of $11,415, for the 2018 Taste of Temecula Valley. 8 Approve the First Amendment to the Exclusive Negotiating Agreement with Stephen A. Bieri Company, Inc., for the Potential Disposition of City -owned Property Located at the Northwest Corner of Diaz Road and Dendy Parkway (APN: 909-370-049 & 909-370-050) RECOMMENDATION: 8.1 That the City Council approve the First Amendment to the Exclusive Negotiating Agreement (ENA) with Stephen A. Bieri Company, Inc., for the potential purchase of the City -owned Diaz Road property (APN: 909-370-049 & 909-370-050). 9 Approve the First Amendment to the Agreement with Terry Witcher DBA Witcher Electric for Maintenance Services RECOMMENDATION: 9.1 That the City Council approve the First Amendment to the Agreement with Terry Witcher DBA Witcher Electric, in the amount of $70,000, for a total agreement amount of $100,000, for additional various on-call and emergency electrical services. 3 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 THE TEMECULA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY ******************** 4 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MEETING Next in Order: Ordinance: CSD 18-01 Resolution: CSD 18-01 CALL TO ORDER: President Jeff Comerchero ROLL CALL: DIRECTORS: Edwards, Naggar, Rahn, Stewart, Comerchero CSD PUBLIC COMMENTS A total of 30 minutes is provided for members of the public to address the Board of Directors on items that appear within the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda. Each speaker is limited to three minutes. If the speaker chooses to address the Board of Directors on an item listed on the Consent Calendar or a matter not listed on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filled out and filed with the City Clerk prior to the Board of Directors addressing Public Comments and the Consent Calendar. Once the speaker is called to speak, please come forward and state your name for the record. For all Public Hearing or District Business items on the agenda, a Request to Speak form may be filed with the City Clerk prior to the Board of Directors addressing that item. Each speaker is limited to five minutes. CSD CONSENT CALENDAR NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 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 Community Services District request specific items be removed from the Consent Calendar for separate action. 10 Approve the Action Minutes of February 13, 2018 RECOMMENDATION: 10.1 That the Board of Directors approve the action minutes of February 13, 2018. JOINT CITY COUNCIL/COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MEETING 11 Approve Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Budget Adjustments RECOMMENDATION: 11.1 That the City Council/TCSD Board of Directors adopt the following resolutions entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, AMENDING THE FISCAL YEAR 2017-18 ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET, AND THE BUDGET AND FISCAL POLICIES 5 RESOLUTION NO. CSD 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT AMENDING THE FISCAL YEAR 2017-18 ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FISCAL YEARS 2018-22 AND AMENDING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2017-18 FOR THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT ADJOURNMENT OF JOINT MEETING CSD DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES REPORT CSD GENERAL MANAGER REPORT CSD BOARD OF DIRECTORS REPORTS CSD ADJOURNMENT Next regular meeting: Tuesday, March 13, 2018, at 5:30 PM, for a Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. 6 SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE TEMECULA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY — No Meeting TEMECULA HOUSING AUTHORITY — No Meeting TEMECULA PUBLIC FINANCING AUTHORITY — No Meeting 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 the project(s) at the time of the hearing. If you challenge any of the project(s) 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. 12 Approve the Town Square Market Place, a Development Plan to Allow for the Construction of an Approximately 87,280 Square Foot Commercial Center Comprised of Two 3 -Story Buildings with Basements, Generally Located on Both Sides of Town Square Park on Main Street Adjacent to the Civic Center (Planning Application Number PA17-0324) RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council conduct a Public Hearing and approve the Town Square Market Place Development Plan (Planning Application Number PA17-0324) and: 12.1 Adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING PLANNING APPLICATION NO. PA17-0324, A DEVELOPMENT PLAN TO ALLOW FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN APPROXIMATELY 87,280 SQUARE FOOT COMMERCIAL CENTER COMPRISED OF TWO 3 -STORY BUILDINGS WITH BASEMENTS ON PROPERTY LOCATED ON BOTH SIDES OF TOWN SQUARE PARK ON MAIN STREET, ON THE WEST SIDE OF MERCEDES STREET, AND MAKING A FINDING OF EXEMPTION UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (CEQA) (APNS: 922-360-004, 922-360-005, 922-360-006, 922-360-007) 13 Introduce Ordinance Amending Section 17.04.020 of the Temecula Municipal Code Regarding Temporary Use Permits and Adding a New Chapter 17.42 Collection Containers, Establishing Permitting, Operational Requirements and Procedures for Enforcement (Long Range Planning Application Number LR17-1180) RECOMMENDATION: 13.1 That the City Council introduce and read by title only an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 18 - AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING SECTION 17.04.020 "TEMPORARY USE PERMITS" AND ADDING A NEW CHAPTER 17.42 "COLLECTION CONTAINERS" TO TITLE 17 "ZONING" OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE AND FINDING THE ORDINANCE IS EXEMPT PURSUANT TO CEQA GUIDELINES SECTION 15061(B)(3) CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS 14 Adopt a Resolution Approving Submittal of Application for Mobile Source Air Pollution Reduction Review Committee (MSRC) Funding Under the Local Partnership Program for Purchase of Light -Duty Zero Emission Vehicles and Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure RECOMMENDATION: 14.1 That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 18— A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING SUBMITTAL OF APPLICATION FOR MOBILE SOURCE AIR POLLUTION REDUCTION REVIEW COMMITTEE (MSRC) FUNDING UNDER THE LOCAL PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM FOR PURCHASE OF LIGHT-DUTY ZERO EMISSION VEHICLES AND ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE AND FINDING THE ACTION EXEMPT FROM CEQA JOINT MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL AND PUBLIC/TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMISSION CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Matt Rahn ROLL CALL: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Comerchero, Edwards, Naggar, Stewart, Rahn COMMISSIONERS: Carter, Nagel, Moses, Richardson, Sullivan 15 Conduct Annual Joint Meeting Between the City Council and the Public/Traffic Safety Commission RECOMMENDATION: 15.1 That the City Council conduct the annual joint meeting between the City Council and the Public/Traffic Safety Commission. ADJOURNMENT OF JOINT MEETING 8 RECONVENE CITY COUNCIL MEETING DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS 16 Community Development Department Monthly Report 17 Fire Department Monthly Report 18 Police Department Monthly Report 19 Public Works Department Monthly Report PUBLIC SAFETY REPORT COMMISSION REPORTS CITY MANAGER REPORT CITY ATTORNEY REPORT ADJOURNMENT Next regular meeting: Tuesday, March 13, 2018, at 5:30 PM, for a Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC The agenda packet (including staff reports and public Closed Session information) will be available for public viewing in the Main Reception area at the Temecula Civic Center (41000 Main Street, Temecula) after 4:00 PM the Friday before the City Council meeting. At that time, the agenda packet may also be accessed on the City's website — TemeculaCA.gov — and will be available for public viewing at the respective meeting. Supplemental material received after the posting of the Agenda Any supplemental material distributed to a majority of the City Council regarding any item on the agenda, after the posting of the agenda, will be available for public viewing in the Main Reception area at the Temecula Civic Center (41000 Main Street, Temecula, 8:00 AM — 5:00 PM). In addition, such material will be made available on the City's website — TemeculaCA.gov — and will be available for public review at the respective meeting. If you have questions regarding any item on the agenda for this meeting, please contact the City Clerk's Department, (951) 694-6444. 9 PRESENTATIONS City of Temecula Certificate of Achievement The City Council of the City of Temecula commends the outstanding achievement of Spencer Mack of Troop #301 We congratulate Spencer for his achievement on receiving the rank of Eagle Scout, which is the highest achievement earned in Scouting. We are proud of Spencer's accomplishment and wish him continued success in his promising and bright future. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto affixed my hand and official seal this twenty-seventh day of February, 2018. Matt Rahn, Mayor Randi Johl, City Clerk Approvals City Attorney Director of Finance City Manager 6e, CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Jennifer Hennessy, Director of Finance DATE: February 27, 2018 SUBJECT: Presentation by Roger Alfaro of Vavrinek, Trine, Day & Co,. LLP. Regarding Annual CAFR Report PREPARED BY: Rudy J. Graciano, Fiscal Services Manager RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council receive and file the City's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) as of June 30, 2017. BACKGROUND: As required by the Municipal Code and State Law, an independent audit is annually conducted on the City's financial statements. This annual financial report, known as the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR), communicates the City's financial condition and activities for the year ended. The City's current independent auditors, Vavrinek, Trine, Day & Co., LLP (VTD) performed the audit for the most recent year ended. This audit includes examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. The independent auditors unmodified (clean) report provides assurance that the CAFR, and audited information within, fairly presents the City's financial position for the year ending June 30, 2017. This audit is performed in compliance with the City's Municipal Code and General Law requirements. A Letter from the independent auditors regarding their professional responsibilities and an Internal Control Report are also submitted along with this report. The City of Temecula's FY2015-16 CAFR was awarded the Certificate of Achievement in Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers' Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for its CAFR. The City has received this award annually since 1991. Staff anticipates the current CAFR also conforms to the Certificate of Achievement program requirements. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: 1. City of Temecula Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the Year Ended June 30, 2017. 2. City of Temecula Communication with Those Charged with Governance Letter for the Year Ended June 30, 2017. 3. City of Temecula Internal Control Report for the Year Ended June 30, 2017. PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK CITY OF TEMECULA CALIFORNIA COMPREHENSIVE ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2017 Prepared by: Finance Director 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 694-6430 www.cityoftemecula.org FArC#111X FIRST Temecula has developed into a very successful City. Our high quality of life is the result of hard work, compassion, inclusiveness, determination and a shared vision of excellence by engaged community members, dedicated civic volunteers, vibrant businesses and, MOST OF ALL, strong families. Our accomplishments have been, and continue to be, proudly achieved in a City with heart by placing family first and building partnerships that are as strong as a ramify. We are proud to be a family friendly City. arniliees are the heart of Temecula with unwavering strength that begins at home and extends out into our community. It is "family First" in Temecula; and our Temecula family is growing and thriving with opportunities for everyone. Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report TABLE OF CONTENTS Letter of Transmittal 9 Government Finance Officers Association Award 23 City Organizational Chart 24 Staff Directory 25 FINANCIAL SECTION INDEPENDENT AUDITOR'S REPORT 28 MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS 30 BASIC FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Government -Wide Financial Statements: Statement of Net Position 44 Statement of Activities 45 Fund Financial Statements: Balance Sheet — Governmental Funds 46 Reconciliation of the Balance Sheet of Governmental Funds to the Statement of Net Position 48 Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balances — Governmental Funds 50 Reconciliation of the Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balances of Governmental Funds to the Statement of Activities 52 Budgetary Comparison Statement - General Fund 54 Budgetary Comparison Statement - Community Services District 55 Budgetary Comparison Statement — City Housing 56 Budgetary Comparison Statement — Measure A 57 Statement of Fund Net Position — Proprietary Funds 58 Statement of Revenues, Expenses and Changes in Fund Net Position — Proprietary Funds 59 Statement of Cash Flows — Proprietary Funds 60 Statement of Fiduciary Net Position — Fiduciary Funds 61 Statement of Changes in Fiduciary Net Position — Fiduciary Funds 62 Notes to Financial Statements 64 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 5 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report TABLE OF CONTENTS (continued) SUPPLEMENTAL SCHEDULES REQUIRED SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION Schedule of Changes in Net Pension Liability and Related Ratios 106 Schedule of Contributions 107 Schedule of Funding Progress 108 COMBINING AND INDIVIDUAL FUND STATEMENTS AND SCHEDULES: Non -Major Funds: Definitions of Non -Major Governmental Funds 111 Combining Balance Sheet 114 Combining Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balances 120 Special Revenue Funds - Budgetary Comparison Schedules: Gas Tax 126 Development Impact 127 CDBG 128 AB 2766 129 AB 3229 COPS 130 Temecula Major Crimes Reward Fund 131 Business Incubator Resource 132 Temecula Energy Efficiency and Asset Management (TEAM) 133 Public, Education & Government Fees (PEG) Fund 134 Capital Projects Funds - Budgetary Comparison Schedule: Capital Outlay 135 Debt Service Funds - Budgetary Comparison Schedule: Financing Lease 136 Internal Service Funds: Definitions of Internal Service Funds 137 Combining Statement of Net Position 138 Combining Statement of Revenues, Expenses and Changes In Fund Net Position 140 Combining Statement of Cash Flows 142 Agency Funds: Definition of Agency Funds 145 Combining Balance Sheet 146 Combining Statement of Changes in Assets and Liabilities 147 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 6 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report TABLE OF CONTENTS (continued) STATISTICAL SECTION Contents of Statistical Section 149 Locator Map 150 Financial Trends: Net Position by Component — Last Ten Fiscal Years 152 Changes in Net Position — Last Ten Fiscal years 154 Fund Balances of Governmental Funds — Last Ten Fiscal Years 156 Changes in Fund Balances of Governmental Funds — Last Ten Fiscal Years 158 Government -Wide Revenues — Last Ten Fiscal Years 160 Government -Wide Expenses by Program — Last Ten Fiscal Years 161 General Governmental Revenues by Source — Last Ten Fiscal Years 162 General Governmental Expenditures by Function — Last Ten Fiscal Years 163 Revenue Capacity: Principal Secured Property Owners — Last Ten Fiscal Years 166 Property Tax Rates — Direct and Overlapping Governments — Last Ten Fiscal Years 168 Property Tax Levies and Collections — Last Ten Fiscal Years 169 Assessed and Estimated Actual Value of Taxable Property — Last Ten Fiscal Years 170 Debt Capacity: Computation of Direct and Overlapping Bonded Debt 172 Ratio of Outstanding Debt by Type — Last Ten Fiscal Years 174 Ratio of General Bonded Debt — Last Ten Fiscal Years 175 Legal Debt Margin — Last Ten Fiscal Years 176 Pledged Revenue Coverage — Last Teri Fiscal Years 178 Demographic and Economic Information: Demographic and Economic Statistics — Last Ten Calendar Years 180 Largest Employers by Number of Employees 181 Operating Information: Operating Indicators by Function — Last Ten Fiscal Years 184 Full -Time City Employees — Last Ten Fiscal Years 185 Capital Asset Statistics by Function — Last Ten Fiscal Years 186 Comparative City Information —Last Five Fiscal Years 187 Miscellaneous Statistics 188 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 7 1989 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report TRANSMITTAL MESSAGE December 20, 2017 Honorable Mayor, Members of the City Council, and City Manager: Enclosed is the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report of the City of Temecula for the Fiscal Year ended June 30, 2017, which has been prepared by the Finance Department. The responsibility for the accuracy of the data and the completeness and fairness of the presentation, including all disclosures, rests with the City. The enclosed data is accurate in all material respects and is reported in a manner designed to fairly present the financial position and results of operations of the various major funds and fund types of the City. This report includes all City funds and disclosures necessary to enable the reader to gain an understanding of the City's financial activities. Management of the City is responsible for establishing and maintaining an internal control structure designed to ensure the assets of the government are protected from loss, theft, or misuse, and to ensure that adequate accounting data is compiled to allow the preparation of financial statements in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles. The internal control structure is designed to provide reasonable, but not absolute, assurance that these objectives are met. The concept of reasonable assurance recognizes that: (1) the cost of the control should not exceed the benefits likely to be derived; and, (2) the valuation of costs and benefits requires management estimates and judgment. Budgets are adopted annually by the City Council through resolution. As provided by City ordinance, the Director of Finance is responsible for preparing the budget and for its implementation after adoption. The City maintains budgetary controls to ensure compliance with legal provisions embodied in the annual budget adopted by the City Council. The level of budgetary control (that is, the level at which expenditures cannot legally exceed the appropriated amount) is established at the department level. All appropriations lapse at year-end, except those approved for carryover through encumbrances or by Council resolution. The City Manager has the legal authority to transfer operating budget appropriations within a department. Changes to total departmental appropriations require the majority approval of City Council. It is the policy of the City of Temecula to have an audit performed annually by an independent certified public accountant. Vavrinek, Trine, Day & Co., LLP, performed the independent audit of the June 30, 2017 financial statements. Their opinion is included with the basic financial statements. The Management's Discussion and Analysis (MD&A) immediately follows the independent auditor's report and provides a narrative introduction, overview, and analysis of the basic financial statements. The MD&A complements this Letter of Transmittal and should be read in conjunction with it. 9 Cr......0.0.' or Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report PROFILE OF THE CITY Following a vote by the residents on November 7, 1989, the City incorporated under the general laws of the State of California on December 1, 1989. Temecula is located approximately 55 miles northeast of San Diego and approximately 80 miles southeast of Los Angeles in southwestern Riverside County. Currently, the population is 111,024 and the city limits cover 37.19 square miles. Temecula is a General Law City and five Temecula citizens make up the Temecula City Council with each member currently elected at large to a four year term of office. The Mayor is appointed annually by and from the City Council. The Temecula Community Services District (TCSD), which was also established in 1989, is responsible for providing parks, recreation, and library services to the citizens of Temecula. The activities of the TCSD are included with the activities of the City for financial reporting purposes because the City Council, serving as the Board of Directors, has full accountability for the TCSD's fiscal matters. The County of Riverside transferred responsibility for the Temecula Redevelopment Agency (RDA) to the City on July 1, 1991. The County established the Redevelopment project area in 1988. In June 2011, the Governor of California signed ABx1 26, which dissolved redevelopment agencies, including the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, effective February 1, 2012, and provided for the designation of successor agencies to oversee the completion of previously obligated redevelopment activities. As a result, all assets of the Redevelopment Agency were transferred to the Successor Agency of the former Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula (SARDA) on February 1, 2012, and the City Council began serving as the Successor Agency. The Temecula Public Financing Authority (TPFA) was established pursuant to a Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement, dated April 24, 2001, by and between the City and the former Redevelopment Agency. The City and the former Redevelopment Agency formed the TPFA for the primary purpose of assisting in the financing and refinancing of a community facilities district and the issuance of bonds necessary to finance the public improvements. The TPFA may establish other community facilities districts in the future in connection with the financing of public improvements in the City and could also be used in connection with other City and Agency financings. Council approved an amendment to the TPFA to provide for the withdrawal of SARDA as a member and add both TCSD and Temecula Housing Authority as new members. The Temecula Housing Authority (THA) was established on February 22, 2011. The THA was activated pursuant to State law Section 34240 of the California Health and Safety Code, which allows for every City to establish a housing authority. The THA is designed to help protect local housing funds and programs, provide new revenue opportunities for affordable housing programs, serve the public interest, promote public safety and welfare, and ensure decent, safe, sanitary and affordable housing accommodations to persons with low income. The City of Temecula City Council serves as the THA's Commissioners. 10 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report LOCAL ECONOMY As San Diego County has become increasingly built out, the inland migration of families and enterprises has made Temecula a prosperous City. Based on the latest available information from HDL Companies, for Fiscal Year 2017-18, it is expected that City net taxable values of real property will increase 4.4% from the prior year, while Countywide net taxable values are expected to increase 5.2%. In calendar year 2016, the number of single family residential sales totaled 1,855, a decrease of approximately 4.7% compared to the prior year, while the median price of a single family residence was $412,000, an increase of 5.6% compared to the prior year. According to data from the Employment Development Department (EDD), the City's unemployment rate as of August 2017 has improved at 4.7% compared to 4.8% from the same time prior year. This rate compares favorably to the County and State Unemployment rates of 6.5% and 5.4%, respectively. According to the most recently received report by the Nielsen Company, the City's 2017 average household income is estimated at $97,573, which is 3.6% higher than the prior year. The average household income for the City is expected to rise to $105,654 over the next five years. For Fiscal Year 2016-17, the City issued 182 new construction dwelling units as compared to 275 dwelling permits in Fiscal Year 2015-16. For commercial development, the City issued 18 new building permits for Fiscal Year 2016-17 as compared to 10 permits in Fiscal Year 2015-16. The City continues to maintain a strong and diverse sales tax base by promoting economic development in areas such as advanced manufacturing, light industrial, biotech/bioscience and retail businesses. Sales tax is the single largest General Fund revenue source for the City, comprising approximately 50% of total revenue, including transfers in, for Fiscal Year ended June 30, 2017. Total Bradley Burns sales tax revenue for Fiscal Year 2016-17 was approximately $36.1 million, a decrease of approximately 0.35% from the previous year. This slight decrease is primarily due to a one time receipt of sales tax revenues received in the previous year as a result of the end of the State of California's "Triple Flip" financing mechanism that began in 2004 and ended in 2016. Under the Triple Flip, 25% of the City's sales tax revenue was diverted to the State to be used to pay debt service on a $15 billion Economic Recovery Bond, issued under Proposition 57, to close the State's budget deficit. The diverted sales tax was backfilled with a like amount from the County -held ERAF (Educational Revenue Augmentation Fund) account. The one time sales tax decrease as a result of the end of the Triple Flip was virtually all offset by sales tax growth increases in various categories such as automobiles, fuel, and buildings and construction. 11 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report Temecula continues to exceed the State, County, and surrounding areas with respect to sales per capita: Temecula Population: 105,803 Riverside County Southern California California QUARTERLY SALES TAX PER CAPITA $8,000 $7,000 $6,000 $5,000 $4,000 $3,000 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 '14 '14 '14 '15 '15 '15 '15 '16 '16 '16 '16 '17 '17 Source: HDL Companies Total transient occupancy tax revenue in Fiscal Year 2016-17 was approximately 4.3% higher than the previous year. Also, based on data provided by the Temecula Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau, 2017 hotel occupancy and average daily room rates increased 2.3% and 3.5%, respectively, over the prior year. On December 6th, 2016, the Riverside County Registrar of Voters certified the passage of Measure S, the City's 9-1-1 Emergency Response, Public Safety, and Vital Services Measure. Measure S established a one -cent transactions use tax to maintain essential City services, including police and fire protection, school safety patrols, traffic mitigation, and youth, senior and disabled services. In accordance with the City Council's approved spending guidelines, Measure S revenue is to be appropriated in the following order: Public Safety; Asset Management; Capital Improvement Projects; and General Services. The Measure S one -cent transactions use tax became effective April 1, 2017. 12 )1121 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Temecula's slogan of "Old Traditions and New Opportunities" is alive and well and has been a top priority since incorporation. Temecula has strived to create a future enriched with higher education opportunities, maintaining the highest levels of public safety, expanded job growth, a wide variety of retail, food and entertainment opportunities, and keeping well maintained roads, landscaped medians and beautiful parks at the forefront of our efforts. Community special events have become long time traditions that help define who we are as a City and are important contributors to the high quality of life that our residents have come to know and love. With nearly 53,000 jobs within the city limits, Temecula is the job center for southwest Riverside County. Our strong industry clusters include: • Biomedical/Biotech/Life Science • Technology • Advanced Manufacturing Technology • Tourism • Retail Recently ranked as one of the top 10% of America's Safest Cities, per FBI statistics, as well as Temecula Unified School District's students' test scores are amongst the highest in Riverside County, Temecula is the ideal place for families to relocate and raise their children. Families have room to explore with 40 public parks and over 7,000 acres of open space, which encompasses 29% of the city. Nearly 98% of housing stock in Temecula is within 1/2 mile or closer to a public park. A mountain gap that allows ocean breezes to flow into the City provides a moderate climate, by inland standards, has led to the development of sophisticated wineries. The City continues its efforts to grow and sustain the economy of Temecula through business attraction, retention, workforce development, higher education, and tourism. The City partners with the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce, Temecula Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau (Visit Temecula Valley), Small Business Development Center, Riverside County Economic Development Agency, Riverside County Workforce Development Agency, and the Economic Development Coalition of Southwest California. These alliances leverage the assets and resources necessary to reinforce our market. According to the latest report by Dean Runyan Associates, 2016 travel spending in Temecula Valley was 2.3% increase from the previous year, and this spending supported over 7,400 jobs. Some of the more favorable attributes of Temecula includes a business friendly atmosphere, a high standard of living and high quality of life, a well-educated workforce, competitive housing prices, access to the major ports of Southern California, convenient freeway access, and centralized location between Los Angeles, San Diego, and Orange counties. Part of Temecula's businesses attraction strategy is to be business -friendly in terms of costs. As a result, Temecula is among the top 5% lowest cost cities to do business in California based on a 2017 study conducted by the Rose Institute of State and Local Government. 13 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report The City has also seen an increase in Senior/Assisted Living facilities, a 50% increase in living units, bringing the City's count to 1,000 total units in various stages of development. The City has received applications for three new industrial development projects totaling approximately 280,000 square feet that are currently in various stages of project development. The City has also experienced an increase in hotel projects, which are also in various stages of project development, for a total of approximately 900 proposed rooms. One noteworthy hotel project is the Truax Hotel, a six story 176,000 square foot hotel, and parking structure, proposed to be constructed in Old Town. Also, on the horizon is a proposed 1,500 unit Specific Plan by Ambient Communities, referred to as the "Altair Project" to be constructed on 270 acres west of Old Town. This project will also include a new elementary school, community clubhouse, and various parks, trails, and open space preservation. This project is expected to go to both Planning Commission and City Council hearings later in Fiscal Year 2017-18. The "Town Square Market Place," located in the heart of Old Town and currently in Plan Review, proposes to add two commercial buildings for restaurant and retail totaling approximately 78,000 square foot on the 2 lots in front of City Hall. Business activity within the City of Temecula is also on the rise, with an addition over 1,200 new business licenses issued, so far, in calendar year 2017. Companies continue to relocate and expand in Temecula. American Specialty Health Inc., a large health services company, has moved into a new technology center located in the City and are looking to fill many information technological related positions over the next two years. The Target store is currently undergoing an 11,000 square foot expansion and exterior renovation. Luxury auto dealers are taking note of Temecula's retail success. In 2014, Mercedes Benz of Temecula was opened and, according to the President of Mercedes Benz North America, it was the most successful start-up in the history of Mercedes Benz. Hoehn Motors Audi opened in Spring 2017. Toyota of Temecula Valley is the fastest growing Toyota dealership in terms of new car sales in the Country and Paradise Chevrolet/Cadillac in Temecula received a top dealer award out of 4,500 other Chevrolet dealers across the Country. 14 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report Below is a chart presenting sales tax from the City's strong auto sector. While the rate of growth is slowly tapering off, there has been steady growth for 7 straight years. 1,(X)0,080 2.500.000 7,000,000 1,500.000 1,000,080 5001100 FY2009-10 18.7%) x2010.11 16.110/1\ 1 1 1 City of Temecula Autos & Transportation Sales Tax Trends 152011.12 FY2012%13 18.5`+, 18.1% 152013.14 11.291 152014 15 2O.7' 15015.16 3.9% FY2016-17 9.1% 03 o+ of o� a 01'‘S o-� o> o� o< a O� o� a � a o< qu411 yUles lar --%l eghim, Pdo VP. cs', a', 300% 25.0% 20.0% 150% 100% 50% 00% 0% 100% 150% 20.0% The City of Temecula also serves as the retail hub for southwest Riverside County and home to the Promenade Mall, a regional mall featuring over 1 million square feet of eating, dining and entertainment opportunities. In Spring of 2016, the Promenade Mall received Planning Commission approval for a major renovation which includes removing the roof off an entire wing and adding new retailers and restaurants, including upscale tenants. The City remains engaged in business retention and expansion efforts and actively supports the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce's "Shop Temecula First" campaign. The City, in partnership with the Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitor's Bureau, continues to partner with local craft breweries to establish a Brewer's Guild, with the goal to foster and grow this industry- both by growing existing breweries as well as attracting new ones. One of these local breweries is already expanding and opening a tasting room in Old Town. The City of Temecula continues to grow and expand in order to provide even more services to its community. The City continues to work with colleges and universities to develop multiple higher education opportunities. For the past few years, California State University San Marcos at Temecula (CSUSM) has offered degrees, classes and certificates at its satellite campus on Margarita Road in Temecula. CSUSM at Temecula is the only public higher education beyond community college in Southwest Riverside County. CSUSM at Temecula entered into an agreement with Mt. San Jacinto Community College (MSJC) and the City to establish the Temecula Higher Education Center (THE Center) at the City's former City Hall location on Business Park Drive. Students attending THE Center can earn an associate degree in two years from MSJC and a bachelor's degree in Business Administration in two years from CSUSM. The tuition rate is locked in for all four years, with a guaranteed degree in four years, if all program requirements are met successfully. 15 &' Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report After just 3 1/2 years of providing the highest quality of healthcare services to the community, Temecula Valley Hospital is reinvesting an additional $40 million into the community to expand its cardiac, neurosciences and surgical operations by 28,000 square feet. Altogether Temecula Valley Hospital has invested nearly $200 million for the infrastructure and is responsible for 750 jobs. Since the new hospital opened, over 130,000 square feet of medical office space near the hospital has been constructed or is in process. On the north side of town, Kaiser Permanente added 9,000 square feet to its existing medical offices. With the medical needs of Temecula's growing population, the City formed a Regional Cancer Services Task Force with other southwest cities, hospitals, and healthcare professionals. The goal is to continue to attract high quality additional cancer medical services to the local area. The City recently broke ground on the Temecula Parkway Interchange project. This project will reconfigure the on and off ramps to/from southbound Interstate 15. This project will reduce traffic congestion and make way for increased economic development by providing smoother access to business and retail commerce located on Temecula Parkway, as well as provide faster access to emergency and health services at Temecula Valley Hospital. LONG TERM FINANCIAL PLANNING The City's continued control over expenditure growth has been and will continue to be a key factor in maintaining the City's strong financial position. The City continues to search for opportunities to streamline its workload and operations, while ensuring adequate staffing levels to maintain service levels without reducing essential public services. Through its budget process, the City has also maintained its policy of designating 25% of General Fund appropriations as reserves for economic uncertainties and contingencies. Pursuant to City policy, the five-year financial projection is developed as part of the budget process. This five-year financial forecast was developed to assist in long range planning and policy development. The five-year forecast provides a tool to evaluate the ability of the City to fund proposed programs, operating and maintenance costs, capital expenditures, as well as operating costs related to future capital improvement projects. The value of Tong -range fiscal planning is to proactively alert decision makers early enough to course -correct, and implement the necessary measures to ensure long-term fiscal solvency. The City of Temecula is fortunate to have a strong revenue base. With the recent passage of Measure S (one -cent Transactions and Use Tax) combined with ongoing fiscal restraint, the City is in a strong fiscal position over the coming five-year period, with all funds balanced, reserves fully -funded and available fund balance in both the General Fund and the Measure S Fund. 16 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report As illustrated below, just one year ago at the beginning of FY16-17, the General Fund was facing a dramatic decline in fund balance due to a growing structural deficit. Measure S has not only eliminated the deficit, it has also allowed for significant investment in public safety, asset management, capital infrastructure and general services. 35,000,000 30,000,000 25,000,000 20,000,000 15,000,000 10,000,000 General Fund - Fund Balance Trends FY12-13 FY13-14 FY14-15 FY15.16 FY1617 FY17-18 FY18 19 FY19 20 FY20 21 FY21-22 FYI7-18 Proposed-FY16-17 Proposed The largest expenditure of the General Fund is Public Safety, which has grown from 49% of total expenditures in the prior fiscal year, to 55% in Fiscal Year 2017-18. Measure S has funded the addition of ten sworn police officers, bringing the officer -per -resident ratio to 1:1000 and has allowed the City to open Fire Station No. 95 in the Roripaugh Ranch area, as well as maintain fire department staffing at four -persons -per -engine. The Five -Year Forecast includes the opening of Fire Station No. 95 in January 2018, the addition of one sworn police officer in Fiscal Year 2019-20 and another in Fiscal Year 2021-22 to maintain the 1:1000 ratio. Non -Public Safety staffing levels are projected to remain constant over the ensuing five years. Also reflected in the long-range forecast are the pension actuarial changes approved by the CaIPERS Board of Directors, which reduces the expected rate of return on CaIPERS investments from 7.5% to 7.0% over the next five years, creating an increase to the City's pension cost of approximately $500,000 per year, beginning in FY2018-19. Revenues were projected using a conservative approach, and are based on historical trends, stable residential development projections, and commercial growth that incorporates known development projects. Separate sets of assumptions were developed for major revenue types such as sales tax, property tax, community development fees, transient occupancy taxes, and investment income. Departmental expenditure projections are developed using anticipated cost of living increases for general and administrative operating costs. Additional assumptions were incorporated for major expenditure categories such as public safety to ensure that commercial and residential growth projections were addressed to maintain current service levels. The five-year capital improvement program was also reviewed with the annual operating and maintenance costs of each proposed project identified and included in the forecast. 17 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report IMPACTS OF STATE LEGISLATION On April 28, 2017, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Senate Bill 1 (SB1 Beall), known as the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, which provides a $5.2 billion annual investment in California's transportation infrastructure. Revenues from this bill are generated through a 12 cent increase to the gasoline excise tax, a new transportation improvement fee (based on a vehicles value), a 20 cent per gallon increase to the diesel excise tax, a 4 percent increase to the diesel sales tax, a new $100 Vehicle Registration Fee on zero emission vehicles (after July 1, 2020), and the repayment of a State Gas Tax loan. The City of Temecula is scheduled to receive the following new revenue as a result of this bill. • Fiscal Year 2017-18 = $753,732 • Fiscal Year 2018-19 = $1,998,305 A ballot initiative is underway to repeal these increased taxes and fees. If sufficient signatures are gathered, this repeal initiative would appear on the November 2018 ballot. Beginning in FY2018-19, CaIPERS will reduce its assumed investment rate of return from 7.5% down to 7.0%. This assumed investment rate reduction is expected to cause the City's pension costs to escalate over the next 10-15 years. In response to these expected CaIPERS changes, the City is exploring options to prepare for the anticipated cost increases. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM The City Council annually adopts the five-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budget, which serves as a planning tool to coordinate the financing and scheduling of major projects undertaken by the City. The Capital Improvement Program budget is revised each year to address changing needs, priorities, and financial conditions. The budget is developed based on community comments and feedback, availability of funding, and priority ranking guidelines set by City Council. Through workshops, proposed projects are defined by category, i.e., Circulation Projects, Infrastructure/Other Projects, Parks/Recreation Projects, and Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency (SARDA) Projects. 18 gi'r/l'''4 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report Overall, Fiscal Years 2018-22 total projected cost to complete is $393,018,297. A total of sixty four (64) projects are included in the program, consisting of twenty one (21) Circulation projects, thirty (30) Infrastructure projects, twelve (12) Parks and Recreation projects, and one (1) Housing project. The following illustrates the associated costs for each project classification and total cost: Type of Project Number of Projects Cost of Projects Circulation 21 $315,977,336 Infrastructure / Other 30 49,974,210 Parks and Recreation 12 14,564,940 SARDA / Housing 1 12,501,811 TOTAL 64 $393,018,297 Revenue from various identified sources for the Five -Year Capital Improvement Program is projected to be $256,126,643. The City of Temecula five-year CIP is a project planning and delivery document which includes several projects with unidentified funding sources in the third, fourth, and fifth years of the five-year program, totaling $138,960,610. The City is continually exploring and applying for federal, state and regional funding opportunities to enable the delivery of these currently unfunded projects. The five-year CIP is updated annually and newly secured revenues are programmed toward prioritized projects that may be shown as unfunded at this time. Although total project costs for the entire five-year CIP is $393,018,297, there is sufficient revenue secured to fund the estimated project cost through the first two years of the five-year program, with over $122,193,731 in funded projects in Fiscal Year 2017-18. Some of the notable CIP projects include: • Diaz Road Widening • Emergency Vehicle Pre-Emption Upgrade Program- Citywide • French Valley Parkway/Interstate-15 Over -Crossing and Interchange Improvements - Phase I and Phase II • Interstate -15 / State Route 79 South Ultimate Interchange • Murrieta Creek Bridge and Overland Drive • Overland Drive Extension (Commerce Center Drive to West of Enterprise Circle • Pavement Rehabilitation Program — Citywide • Pechanga Parkway Widening • Traffic Signal Equipment Replacement Program- Citywide • Western Bypass Bridge Over Murrieta Creek • Ynez Road Improvements 19 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report RELEVANT FINANCIAL POLICIES The Fund Balance Policy pursuant to Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) Statement No. 54, authorizes the Director of Finance to work with the City Manager to assign fund balance classifications for the purpose of annual financial reporting. The Interfund Transfers and Loans Policy distinguishes between Interfund Transfers and Interfund Loans and allows for loans within appropriate funds whenever repayment is expected within the immediate future. Restricted fund balance should be spent first when an expenditure is incurred for which both restricted and unrestricted fund balance is available. When an expenditure is incurred for purposes where amounts in any of the unrestricted classifications of fund balance could be used, committed amounts are considered to be spent first, followed by assigned amounts and then unassigned amounts. It is City policy to maintain total reserves of 25% of Annual General Fund appropriations. This reserve would be used to finance any significant unanticipated revenue shortfalls, significant unanticipated expenditures, negative State budget impacts, impacts from natural disasters or other catastrophic events, significant payouts of Comprehensive Annual Leave, or making one- time investments in infrastructure that will create financial benefit to the City. The City's fiscal policies define a balanced budget as one where operating revenues are equal to or greater than operating expenditures. Ending fund balance in the General Fund for Fiscal Year 2016-17 meets the minimum policy level of 25% of operating expenditures. It is allowable for total expenditures to exceed revenues in a given year, but beginning fund balance can only be used to finance expenditures such as Capital Improvement Plan projects or one-time expenditure projects. The City has established a policy of annually focusing on reorganizing department structures in an effort to streamline processes and enhance efficiencies without reducing essential public services to the community. The City Manager's Office annually reviews the organizational structure of each department to ensure that employees are effectively functioning to address the level of service needs of the department and are in accordance with the City's classification plan. In the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Adopted Budget, authorized Full Time Equivalent (FTE) positions total 157.2, a decrease of 1.0 compared to Fiscal Year 2016-17. This is the lowest number of authorized positions in at least twelve years. MAJOR INITIATIVES As previously stated, members of the City Council are currently elected at large. Beginning in November 2018 the transition to district based elections will take place with three of the five council members running within districts. In November 2020 the remaining two at large elected council members will be elected from districts. 20 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report In September 2016, the City launched a redesigned website in an effort to enhance on-line transparency and create a more user-friendly site for its residents, businesses, and visitors. The website has a fresh look and feel, while providing a citizen -centric navigation platform to easily and quickly access popular services, certain permits to Community Development, as well as track the status of these submittals electronically through the permit process. Recently initiated by the City of Temecula and comprised of elected officials and representatives of surrounding agencies and organizations, the Regional Cancer Treatment Task Force was created to assess the state of cancer related services and treatment options in Southwest Riverside County. The objective of the Task Force is to bring more specialized medical services to the region so patients don't have to travel to larger metropolitan areas for their medical needs. The Task Force is currently undertaking a survey to assess community needs. The City Council recently finalized its Uptown Temecula Specific Plan. Formerly known as the Jefferson Avenue area, Uptown Temecula is located just north of Old Town in Temecula and encompasses approximately 560 acres north of Rancho California Road and west of Interstate 15, with Jefferson Avenue being the primary corridor. The future vision of Uptown Temecula is a vibrant, pedestrian -friendly, urban area within the City that allows for mix of uses ranging from full service hotels to multi-level residential, mixed use, and commercial uses; depending on the designated zoning district. This is a long term plan with expanded land uses to stimulate redevelopment. Recently, the City, along with the cities of Murrieta, Wildomar, and Lake Elsinore, received a merit award for their joint effort on the Murrieta Creek Regional Trail Plan. This project focuses on the development of a multi -use trail along the Murrieta Creek corridor that will connect the four cities. This is a long term project to be funded and developed by the Riverside County Flood Control District and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The City of Temecula was recently recognized by SmartTravel.Tips as the #3 Best Places to Live in California. Criteria for recognition was based on a number of different factors: weather, average income per household, house prices, quality of living which include air quality, unemployment and crime rates, services and facilities like hospitals, restaurants, shopping, businesses, sporting facilities, entertainment; and commuter times. The City's most recent Community Opinion Survey Research Report, an integral part of the Quality of Life Master Plan process to help ensure the City's priorities and goals remain aligned with citizen input, found that 95% of residents rated the quality of life in Temecula as excellent or good. The most common response for what residents liked most about living in Temecula was its small town feel and community involvement, followed by low crime rate and cleanliness. Also, 93% of residents indicated they were satisfied with the City's performance of municipal services, while 78% reported being satisfied with the City's efforts to communicate with them. According to the Survey, traffic congestion is the primary concern, and the priority for future City spending should be for infrastructure improvements to improve traffic circulation, followed by providing incentives to attract new employers and jobs to the City. 21 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Preparation of the City's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report is an undertaking of the Finance Department. Special credit is due to Rudy J. Graciano CPA, Fiscal Services Manager, Pascale Brown, Fiscal Services Manager, Jada Shafe, Accountant Technician II, and Shirley Robinson, Administrative Assistant, as well as the entire Finance Department staff. Their year-long hard work and dedication have made this report possible. I would like to express my appreciation to the City Manager, City Council, and the Finance Committee for their interest and support in planning and conducting the financial operations of the City in a responsible and progressive manner. Sincerely, Pefte4eit ge/49ted-dei Jennifer Hennessy Director of Finance 22 C7-.;11"-/gt"7--L--')4"13-1 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report GOVERNMENT FINANCE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION AWARD Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report Go1,cmmcnL Final= Certificate Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting Presented City of Temecula California For its Comprehensive Financial for the Fiscal June 30, *for Executive llitector/Ch() t)riiccr4 Asi,ociatitlrr of to Annual Report Year Ended 2016 ,:e0A0v Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report CITY ORGANIZATIONAL CHART Citizens of Temecula L J City Council \ 1 City Attorney Commissions City Clerk Finance Public Works City Manager Human Resources J Economic Development Community Development Information Technology/Support Services Community Services Police / Fire* [Contract] Emergency Management *Police and Fire services are contracted through Riverside County. Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 24 City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report DIRECTORY EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT: City Manager Aaron Adams Assistant City Manager Greg Butler City Clerk Randi Johl City Attorney Peter M. Thorson Finance Director Jennifer Hennessy Community Development Director Luke Watson Public Works Director Patrick Thomas Community Services Director Kevin Hawkins Information Systems Director Michael Heslin Human Resources Manager Isaac Garibay Chief of Police Lisa McConnell Fire Chief Charlie Dehart CITY OF TEMECULA CAFR TEAM: Director of Finance Jennifer Hennessy Fiscal Services Manager Rudy Graciano Fiscal Services Manager Pascale Brown Accountant Technician II Jada Shale Administrative Assistant Shirley Robinson Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 25 1989 26 INDEPENDENT AUDITOR'S REPORT VAVRINEK, TRINE, DAY ti CO., LLP Certified Public Accountants To the City Council City of Temecula, California VALUE THE INDEPENDENT AUDITORS' REPORT Report on the Financial Statements We have audited the accompanying financial statements of the governmental activities, each major fund, and the aggregate remaining fund information of the City of Temecula, California (City), as of and for the year ended June 30, 2017, and the related notes to the financial statements, which collectively comprise the City's basic financial statements as listed in the table of contents. Management's Responsibility for the Financial Statements Management is responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of these financial statements in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America; this includes the design, implementation, and maintenance of internal control relevant to the preparation and fair presentation of financial statements that are free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error. Auditors' Responsibility Our responsibility is to express opinions on these financial statements based on our audit. We conducted our audit in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America and the standards applicable to financial audits contained in Government Auditing Standards, issued by the Comptroller General of the United States. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free from material misstatement. An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. The procedures selected depend on the auditor's judgment, including the assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the financial statements, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity's preparation and fair presentation of the financial statements in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity's internal control. Accordingly, we express no such opinion. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of significant accounting estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the financial statements. We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our audit opinions. Opinions In our opinion, the financial statements referred to above present fairly, in all material respects, the respective financial position of the governmental activities, each major fund, and the aggregate remaining fund information of the City, as of June 30, 2017, and the respective changes in financial position, and, where applicable, cash flows thereof and the respective budgetary comparison statements for the General Fund and each of the major special revenue funds for the year then ended in accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America. 19340 Jesse Ln., Suite 260, Riverside, CA 92508 951 .367.3000 F 951.367.3010 W vtdcpa.com 28 Other Matters Required Supplementary Information Accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America require that the management's discussion and analysis on pages 30-42, schedule of changes in the net pension liability and related ratios, schedule of contributions, and other post -employment benefits schedule of funding progress on pages 106-108, be presented to supplement the basic financial statements. Such information, although not a part of the basic financial statements, is required by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board who considers it to be an essential part of financial reporting for placing the basic financial statements in an appropriate operational, economic, or historical context. We have applied certain limited procedures to the required supplementary information in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America, which consisted of inquiries of management about the methods of preparing the information and comparing the information for consistency with management's responses to our inquiries, the basic financial statements, and other knowledge we obtained during our audit of the basic financial statements. We do not express an opinion or provide any assurance on the information because the limited procedures do not provide us with sufficient evidence to express an opinion or provide any assurance. Other Information Our audit was conducted for the purpose of forming opinions on the financial statements that collectively comprise the City's basic financial statements. The introductory section, combining and individual nonmajor fund financial statements and schedules, and statistical section, are presented for purposes of additional analysis and are not a required part of the basic financial statements. The combining and individual nonmajor fund financial statements and schedules are the responsibility of management and were derived from and relate directly to the underlying accounting and other records used to prepare the basic financial statements. Such information has been subjected to the auditing procedures applied in the audit of the basic financial statements and certain additional procedures, including comparing and reconciling such information directly to the underlying accounting and other records used to prepare the basic financial statements or to the basic financial statements themselves, and other additional procedures in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America. In our opinion, the combining and individual nonmajor fund financial statements and schedules are fairly stated in all material respects in relation to the basic financial statements as a whole. The introductory and statistical sections have not been subjected to the auditing procedures applied in the audit of the basic financial statements and, accordingly, we do not express an opinion or provide any assurance on them. Other Reporting Required by Government Auditing Standards In accordance with Government Auditing Standards, we have also issued our report dated December 20, on our consideration of the City's internal control over financial reporting and on our tests of its compliance with certain provisions of laws, regulations, contracts, and grant agreements and other matters. The purpose of that report is to describe the scope of our testing of internal control over financial reporting and compliance and the results of that testing, and not to provide an opinion on internal control over financial reporting or on compliance. That report is an integral part of an audit performed in accordance with Government Auditing Standards in considering the City's internal control over financial reporting and compliance. Riverside, California December 20, 2017 29 (04. e - Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS (See Independent Auditor's Report) As management of the City of Temecula, we offer readers of the City of Temecula's financial statements this narrative overview and analysis of the financial activities of the City of Temecula for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2017. We encourage readers to consider the information presented here in conjunction with additional information that we have furnished in our letter of transmittal, which can be found in the Introductory Section of this report, and with the City's financial statements which follow this discussion. FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS Government Wide Financial Highlights • The assets of the City of Temecula exceeded its liabilities at June 30, 2017, by $750 million (net position). • Temecula's total net position increased by approximately $17.3 million. This increase was the result of total revenues of governmental activities of $111.6 million ($43.1 million in program revenues and $68.5 million in general revenues) offset by $94.3 million in total costs of governmental activities. • As of June 30, 2017, the City of Temecula's governmental funds had reported combined ending fund balances of $101.7 million, an increase of $17.8 million as compared to the prior year. Of this total, approximately $50.0 million, or 49% of the total fund balance, are either non -spendable or restricted due to the nature of the restriction. The City of Temecula's total long-term liabilities decreased by approximately $1.5 million during fiscal year 2016-17. This decrease was primarily due to debt service paid on the 2011 Financing Lease. OVERVIEW OF THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS The Management's Discussion and Analysis is intended to serve as an introduction to the City of Temecula's basic financial statements. The City of Temecula's basic financial statements comprise three components: 1) Government -Wide Financial Statements; 2) Fund Financial Statements; and, 3) Notes to the Financial Statements. This report also contains other supplementary information in addition to the basic financial statements themselves. GOVERNMENT -WIDE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS The government -wide financial statements are designed to provide readers with a broad overview of the City of Temecula's finances in a manner similar to a private -sector business. Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 30 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS (continued) The statement of net position presents information on all the City of Temecula's assets, deferred outflows of resources, liabilities, and deferred inflows of resources with the difference reported as net position. Over time, increases or decreases in net position may serve as a useful indicator of whether the financial position of the City of Temecula is improving or deteriorating. The statement of activities presents information showing how the government's net position changed during the most recent fiscal year. All changes in net position are reported as soon as the underlying events giving rise to the change occurs, regardless of the timing of related cash flows. Thus, revenues and expenses are reported in this statement for some items that will only result in cash flows in the future fiscal periods (e.g., uncollected taxes and earned but unused vacation leave). The government -wide financial statements present information about the functions of the City of Temecula that are principally supported by taxes and intergovernmental revenues (governmental activities). The governmental activities of the City of Temecula include general government, public safety, public works, community services, and community development. The government -wide financial statements can be found on pages 44 — 45 of this report. FUND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS A fund is a grouping of related accounts that is used to maintain control over resources that have been segregated for specific activities or objectives. The City of Temecula, like other state and local governments, uses fund accounting to ensure and demonstrate compliance with finance - related legal requirements. All of the funds of the City of Temecula can be divided into three categories: governmental funds; proprietary funds; and, fiduciary funds. Governmental Funds. Governmental funds are used to account for essentially the same functions reported as governmental activities in the government -wide financial statements. However, unlike the government -wide financial statements, governmental fund financial statements focus on near-term inflows and outflows of spendable resources, as well as on balances of spendable resources available at the end of the fiscal year. Such information may be useful in evaluating a government's near-term financing requirements. Because the focus of governmental funds are narrower than that of the government -wide financial statements, it is useful to compare the information presented for governmental funds with similar information presented for governmental activities in the government -wide financial statements. By doing so, readers may better understand the long-term impact of the government's near-term financing decisions. Both the governmental funds balance sheet and governmental fund statement of revenues, expenditures, and changes in fund balances provide a reconciliation to facilitate this comparison between governmental funds and governmental activities. Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 31 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS (continued) The City of Temecula maintains various individual government funds. Information is presented separately in the governmental fund balance sheet and in the governmental fund statement of revenues, expenditures, and changes in fund balances for the General Fund, Community Services District Special Revenue Fund, City Housing Special Revenue Fund, Measure A Special Revenue Fund, Capital Outlay Capital Projects Fund, and Roripaugh Ranch Capital Projects Fund, all of which are considered to be major funds. Data from other governmental funds are combined into a single, aggregate presentation. Individual fund data for each of these other governmental funds is provided in the form of combining statements elsewhere in this report. The basic governmental fund financial statements can be found on pages 46 — 47 and 50 — 51 of this report. The City of Temecula adopts an annual appropriated budget for its General Fund. A budgetary comparison statement has been provided for the General Fund to demonstrate compliance with this budget. Proprietary Funds. The City of Temecula maintains various internal service funds. Internal service funds are an accounting device used to accumulate and allocate costs internally among the City of Temecula's various functions. The City of Temecula uses internal service funds to account for its self-insurance activities, workers' compensation activities, vehicles, information technology, technology replacement, support services and facilities. Because these services benefit governmental functions, they have been included within governmental activities in the government -wide financial statements. The internal service funds are combined into a single, aggregated presentation in the proprietary fund financial statements. Individual fund data for the internal service funds is provided in the form of combining statements elsewhere in this report. The basic proprietary fund financial statements can be found on pages 58 — 60 of this report. Fiduciary Funds. Fiduciary Funds are used to account for resources held for the benefit of parties outside the government. Fiduciary funds are not reflected in the government -wide financial statements because the resources of those funds are not available to support the City of Temecula's own programs. The basic fiduciary fund financial statements can be found on page 61 of this report. NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS The notes provide additional information that is essential to a full understanding of the data provided in the government -wide and fund financial statements. The notes to the financial statements can be found on pages 64 —103 of this report. Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 32 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS (continued) OTHER INFORMATION The combining statements referred to earlier in connection with other governmental funds, internal service funds, and schedules of revenues, expenditures, and changes in fund balance -budget and actual can be found beginning on page 114 of this report. Summary of Net Position as of June 30, 2017 and June 30, 2016: Current and Other Assets Capital Assets TOTAL ASSETS Deferred Amounts on Pension TOTAL DEFERRED OUTFLOWS Current and Other Liabilities Long Term Liabilities TOTAL LIABILITIES Deferred Amounts on Pension TOTAL DEFERRED INFLOWS NET POSITION: Net Invested in Capital Assets Restricted Unrestricted TOTAL NET POSITION Governmental Activities for 2017 $ 151,558,119 662,788,130 814,346,249 7,264,099 7,264,099 15,215,903 55,561,902 70,777,805 Governmental Activities for 2016 $ 130,856,671 665,984,172 796,840,843 3,139,761 3,139,761 13,521,202 51,909,528 65,430,730 1,104,924 2,089,196 1,104,924 2,089,196 641,728,737 76,492,505 31,506,377 652,338,794 40,102,473 40,019,411 749,727,619 $ 732,460,678 Total Current and Other Assets increased by $20.7 million primarily due to higher pooled cash balances in various funds due to operational savings in various funds, the receipt of additional sales taxes due to the passage of Measure S, and higher restricted cash and investments as a result of a special tax bond issue for additional capital public improvements for the "pan" area of Roripaugh Ranch. Capital assets decreased by $3.2 million primarily due to current year depreciation on assets that are in service. Total liabilities increased by $5.3 million primarily due to increased Net Pension Liabilities as a result of changes in interest on total pension liabilities, service costs, contributions, and differences between projected and actual earnings on plan investments. Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 33 Li]] Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS (continued) The net position of the City of Temecula increased by approximately $17.3 million at June 30, 2017 due to total governmental revenues of $111.6 exceeding total governmental expenses of $94.3 million. The government -wide financial statements provide long-term and short-term information about the City's overall financial condition. This analysis addresses the City's financial statements as a whole. The largest portion of the City's net position (85.6%) reflects the investment in capital assets (e.g., buildings, machinery and equipment), less any related debt used to acquire those assets that are still outstanding. The City of Temecula uses these capital assets to provide services to citizens; consequently, these assets are not available for future spending. Although the City of Temecula's investment in its capital assets is reported net of related debt, it should be noted that the resources needed to repay this debt must be provided from other sources, since the capital assets themselves cannot be used to liquidate these liabilities. An additional portion of the City's net position (10.2%) represents resources that are subject to external restrictions on how they may be used. The remaining balance of the City's net position (4.2%) may be used to meet Temecula's ongoing obligations to citizens and creditors. GOVERNMENTAL ACTIVITIES Governmental activities increased the City of Temecula's net position by approximately $17.3 million thereby accounting for 100% percent of the total change in the net position of the City of Temecula. Key elements of this change are as follows: Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 34 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS (continued) Summary of Changes in Net Position for the years ended June 30, 2017 and June 30, 2016: Governmental Governmental Activities for Activities for 2017 2016 REVENUES: Program Revenues: Charges for Services $ 22,593,165 $ 21,841,040 Operating Grants and Contributions 3,592,167 4,104,939 Capital Grants and Contributions 16,976,433 10,130,756 General Revenues: Taxes: Property Taxes 18,162,327 17,485,712 Transient Occupancy Taxes 3,321,698 3,184,162 Sales Taxes 42,143,580 31,466,457 Franchise Taxes 3,581,942 3,794,085 Other Taxes 969,433 982,800 Intergovernmental Revenue -Motor Vehicles in Lieu 48,859 43,947 Use of Money and Property 135,195 310,350 Other 99,752 135,033 TOTAL REVENUES EXPENSES: General Government Public Safety Community Development Community Services Public Works Interest on Long Term Debt TOTAL EXPENSES 111,624,551 93,479,281 11,837,495 32,809,044 5,857,499 21,570,625 21,490,169 792,778 8,982,725 31,107,607 20,119,306 18,919,505 13,902,922 841,867 94,357,610 93,873,932 Increase in Net Position 17,266,941 (394,651) Net Position - Beginning of Year 732,460,678 732,855,329 Net Position - End of Year $ 749,727,619 $ 732,460,678 • Operating grants and contributions decreased by approximately 12.5% primarily due to reduced allocations of Section 2103 gasoline excise revenues, as well as reductions is State mandated cost claims and energy reimbursements. Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 35 C7(;:11-egf4 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS (continued) • Capital grants and contributions increased by approximately 67.6% primarily due to Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fees received from Riverside County Transportation Commission and Western Riverside Council of Governments for capital improvement projects. The increase is also due revenues for Congestion Mitigation Air Quality, Highway Bridge Program, and other grants received from the Department of Transportation for various capital improvement projects. Property Taxes revenue increased by approximately 3.9% primarily due to higher assessed valuations on properties within the City. Transient Occupancy Taxes revenue increased approximately 4.3% primarily due to increases in average room rates and occupancy. Sales Taxes revenue increased by approximately 34% primarily due to the passage of Measure S, which established a one -cent transaction use tax and became effective April 1, 2017. Growth a various business sectors also contributed to the increase. • Franchise Taxes revenue decreased approximately 5.6% primarily due lower electricity rates and a decline in cable television subscribers • Use of Money and Property decreased by approximately 56.4% primarily due to rising interest rates impacting the fair value of investments as these investments get closer to maturity. • Other revenue decreased by approximately 26.1% primarily due to higher residual receipts distributions in the City Housing Fund received in the prior fiscal year. • General Government expenses increased by approximately 31.8% primarily due to increased contributions to the retiree health care reserve account, payments made pursuant to a new tax sharing agreement, payments for election costs, as well as changes in net pension liabilities and pension deferred inflow/outflows. • Public Safety expenses increased by approximately $5.5% primarily due to the addition of additional police officers and related equipment. • Community Development expenses decreased by approximately 70.9% primarily due to reclassifications of capital assets and related deprecation in the prior fiscal year. • Community Services expenses increased by approximately 14% primarily due to additional personnel costs due to the implementation of a new salary schedule, as well as increased efforts in Responsible Compassion program, as well as changes in net pension liabilities and pension deferred inflows/outflows. • Public Works expenses increased approximately 54.6% primarily due to increased streets and drainage facilities maintenance, as well as increased street striping and stenciling activities and depreciation on infrastructure assets, as well as changes in net pension liabilities and pension deferred inflow/outflows, as well as reclassifications of capital assets and related deprecation in the prior fiscal year. Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 36 e_ii Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS (continued) FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF THE GOVERNMENT'S FUNDS The City of Temecula uses fund accounting to ensure and demonstrate compliance with finance - related legal requirements. Governmental Funds. The focus of the City of Temecula's governmental funds is to provide information on near-term inflows, outflows, and balances of spendable resources. Such information is useful in assessing the City of Temecula's financing requirements. In particular, unassigned fund balance may serve as a useful measure of the government's net resources available for spending at the end of the fiscal year. Proprietary Funds. The City of Temecula's proprietary funds are the internal service funds, which are used to account for activities and services performed for other departments within the City on a cost reimbursement basis. The major factors in fund balance changes are as follows: • The General Fund recognized an increase of approximately $1.7 million primarily due to operating savings in various departments due to vacant positions, lower public safety contract rates, savings in NPDES permit fees, and savings in utilities. • The Community Services District Special Revenue Fund recognized an increase of approximately $394,000 primarily due to operational savings in various programs due to vacant positions and savings in utilities. • The City Housing Fund Special Revenue Fund recognized an increase of approximately $170,000 primarily due to savings in outside and legal services. • The Measure A Special Revenue Fund recognized an increase of approximately $1.1 million primarily due to savings in routine street and drainage maintenance services. • The Capital Outlay Capital Projects Fund recognized an increase of approximately $6.4 million primarily due to the transfers from other governmental funds to finance capital projects underway in the Capital Outlay Fund in order to finance various public improvements. • The Roripaugh Ranch Capital Projects Fund recognized an increase of approximately $11.1 million primarily due to the receipt of bond proceeds and available bond reserves as a result of the refinancing of non commitment debt. • Other Governmental Funds, which are nonmajor funds, recognized a combined decrease of approximately $3.1 million. In these funds, fund balances are often accumulated prior to their transfer to the Capital Outlay fund, where they are used to pay for capital improvement construction costs. These funds are further detailed beginning on page 114 of this report. Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 37 �3 ] Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS (continued) GENERAL FUND BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS The difference between the original budget and the final amended budget reflects a $8,200,660 increase in appropriations, including operating transfers out, and can be briefly summarized as follows: • The net increase of $1,174,411 in Non -Departmental is primarily due increased contributions for the City's health benefit program to pay down the retiree health care unfunded liability. • The net increase of $1,047,437 in Police is primarily due to the addition of ten police officers and related equipment. • The net increase of $1,450,000 in Capital Outlay is due to the acquisition of real property within Old Town Temecula to preserve it as part of historic Old Town. • The net increase of $3,943,984 in Transfers Out is primarily due to the additional funding allocations to various capital improvement projects, including Pavement Rehabilitation, synthetic turf enhancements, and other infrastructure and parks projects. • The net increase of $219,052 in Public Works is primarily due to funding for an assessment study to evaluate the City's road network. Actual revenues, excluding transfers in, received for the General Fund were $298,883 less than budget and are summarized as follows: • Taxes are less than budget by $182,744 primarily due to lower gasoline prices, combined with a payment anomaly from the City's largest sale tax payer, offset by higher than anticipated property taxes as a result of increased assessed valuations and transient occupancy taxes due to increased occupancy and room rates. • Licenses and Permits revenues are less than budget by $348,282 primarily due to less landscape checks and fire permits than anticipated. • Charges for Services are higher than budget by $112,948 primarily due to higher onsite inspections and improvements offset by lower capital projects reimbursements due to the timing of projects. • Use of Money and Property is higher than budget by $66,323 primarily due to improved interest rates and changes in the fair value of investments. • Miscellaneous revenues are higher than budget by $40,574 primarily due to less Police fees received for fingerprinting and other various services. Actual expenditures, excluding transfers out, were $5,378,532 less than budget as follows: • Public Works had expenditure savings of $1,143,653 primarily due to lower National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System program costs, lower street lighting and utilities costs as a result of reduced electricity rates, vacant positions, and lower costs due to the planned timing of CIP projects. Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 38 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS (continued) • Police had expenditure savings of $2,185,188 primarily due to vacant positions and lower contract rates than anticipated. • Community Development had expenditure savings of $679,715 primarily due to Tess consultant services and vacant positions that resulted in salaries savings and internal service fund allocation savings. • Fire had expenditure savings of $651,772 primarily due to lower contract rates than anticipated. • Non -Departmental had expenditure savings of $288,694 primarily due to savings in reserve accounts created to assist departments in filling vacancies and implementing Class Plan recommendations, as well as savings in tax sharing agreements. • Finance had expenditure savings of $110,413 primarily due to savings in consulting services and vacant positions that resulted in salaries savings and internal service fund allocation savings. CAPITAL ASSET AND DEBT ADMINISTRATION Capital Assets. The City of Temecula's capital assets for its governmental activities as of June 30, 2017, amounts to approximately $662.8 million (net of accumulated depreciation). This investment in capital assets includes land, buildings, improvements, machinery and equipment, park facilities, roads, highways, and bridges. The total net decrease in the City of Temecula's capital assets for the current fiscal year was .48%. Major capital asset events during the current fiscal year include the following: • Butterfield Stage Road- Phase I • Concrete Repairs- Citywide • Facilities Rehabilitation- Citywide • Flood Control Channel Improvements- Citywide • Old Town Front Street Pavement • Overland Drive Pavement Rehabilitation • Park Improvements- Citywide • Pauba Sidewalk • Pavement Rehabilitation- City Wide • Public Restrooms Renovations- Citywide • Temecula Parkway Pavement Rehab. • Traffic Signals Installation - Citywide Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 39 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS (continued) Summary of Changes in Capital Assets for the year ending June 30, 2017: Balance at Balance at June 30, 2016 Increase Decrease June 30, 2017 GOVERNMENTAL ACTIVITIES Capital Assets Not Being Depreciated: Land $ 78,230,539 $ 1,728,963 $ - $ 79,959,502 Right of Way 68,738,629 - - 68,738,629 Construction in Progress 55,822,649 4,011,654 (7,036) 59,827,267 Total 202,791,817 5,740,617 (7,036) 208,525,398 Capital Assets Being Depreciated: Building 118,122,533 15,396,710 (922,237) 132,597,006 Improvements other than Buildings 58,853,868 1,001,786 (10,936,557) 48,919,097 Vehicles, Machinery, and Equipment 17,488,332 1,408,837 (855,866) 18,041,303 Furniture and Fixtures 6,112,362 7,036 (7,036) 6,112,362 Infrastructure 549,563,868 29,708,846 (16,417,546) 562,855,168 Total 750,140,963 47,523,215 (29,139,242) 768,524,936 Less Accumulated Depreciation for: Buildings (25,368,840) (5,040,822) (30,409,662) Improvements other than Buildings (19,121,055) (1,899,488) (21,020,543) Vehicles, Machinery, and Equipment (14,281,590) (966,761) 225,504 (15,022,847) Furniture and Fixtures (6,056,422) (8,627) 7,782 (6,057,267) Infrastructure (222,120,701) (21,448,429) 1,817,245 (241,751,885) Total (286,948,608) (29,364,127) 2,050,531 (314,262,204) Total Capital Assets Being Depreciated: 463,192,355 18,159,088 (27,088,711) 454,262,732 Total Capital Assets -Net $ 665,984,172 $ 23,899,705 $ (27,095,747) $ 662,788,130 Additional detail on capital assets is available in Note 4 to the financial statements on page 79. Long -Term Debt. At the end of the current fiscal year, the City of Temecula had a total long- term debt outstanding of approximately $21.1 million which is comprised of financing and capital leases backed by the full faith and credit of the General Fund. During the current fiscal year, long- term debt decreased approximately $1.5 million primarily due to debt service payments on the 2011 Financing Lease and capital lease obligations. Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 40 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS (continued) Summary of Changes in Long Term Debt for the year ended June 30, 2017: Financing Lease and Capital Leases: 2011 Financing Lease Capital Leases Payable Balance Balance Due Within June 30, 2016 Additions Deletions June 30, 2017 One Year $ 21,759,000 $ - $ 1,343,000 $ 20,416,000 $ 1,389,000 803,534 22,000 182,141 643,393 170,098 Total Financing Lease and Capital Leases $ 22,562,534 $ 22,000 $ 1,525,141 $ 21,059,393 $ 1,559,098 Additional information on long-term debt is available in Note 6 to the financial statements on pages 81 —82. Economic Factors and Next Year's Budgets and Rates The key assumptions in the General Fund revenue budget for Fiscal Year 2017-18 were: Total General Fund estimated revenues, net of operating transfers in, are estimated to reach $92,526,909 an increase of $18,926,062 from Fiscal Year 2016-17 actual revenues. This increase is primarily due to: 1. Sales and Use Tax revenues, which represent approximately 66% of total FY17-18 estimated General Fund revenues, are estimated to increase by $18,956,803, or 45%, from fiscal year 2016-17 actual revenue. This increase is primarily due to the passage of Measure S, which established a one -cent transaction use tax and became effective April 1, 2017. Anticipated growth in various business sectors also contributed to the increase. 2. Intergovernmental revenues are estimated to increase $292,959, or 3.9%, from Fiscal Year 2016-17 actual revenue primarily due to assessed valuation of citywide property. 3. Total property taxes are estimated to increase $214,044, or 3.2%, from Fiscal Year 2016- 17 actual revenue primarily due to an anticipated increase in assessed valuations of property as properties continue to be re -valued after the Great Recession. Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 41 i;ig (; Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report MANAGEMENT'S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS (continued) 4. Community development revenues are estimated to decrease $400,110, or 9.2%, from Fiscal Year 2016-17 actual revenue primarily due to timing of projects built in the City. 5. Reimbursements for law enforcement services from a local Indian tribe pursuant to an intergovernmental agreement are estimated to decrease $111,705, or 25% from Fiscal Year 2016-17 actual revenues, due to the scheduled timing of payments due from the Tribe. All of these factors were considered in preparing the City of Temecula's annual operating budget for Fiscal Year 2017-18. REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION This financial report is designed to provide a general overview of the City of Temecula's finances for all those with an interest in the government's finances. Questions concerning any of the information provided in this report or requests for additional financial information should be addressed to City of Temecula Finance Department, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California 92590. The City's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report can also be found on the City's website at http://temeculaca.gov/309/Financial-Reports. Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 42 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report BASIC FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 43 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA STATEMENT OF NET POSITION JUNE 30, 2017 Governmental Activities Assets: Cash and investments $ 72,724,876 Receivables: Accounts 92,969 Taxes 1,666,335 Notes and loans 26,813,086 Accrued interest 271,824 Other receivables 384,672 Deposits 1,325 Due from other governments 14,594,249 Inventories 3,058 Land held for resale 4,400,388 Restricted assets: Cash with fiscal agents 23,960,681 Net OPEB asset 1,393,702 Advance to the Successor Agency of the former RDA 5,250,954 Capital assets not being depreciated 208,525,398 Capital assets, net of depreciation 454,262,732 Total Assets 814,346,249 Deferred Outflows of Resources Deferred amounts on pension 7,264,099 Total Deferred Outflows of Resourcs 7,264,099 Liabilities: Accounts payable 10,694,328 Accrued liabilities 331,949 Accrued interest 95,474 Deposits payable 2,701,702 Unearned revenues 1,392,450 Noncurrent liabilities: Due within one year 2,176,631 Due in more than one year 20,551,927 Net pension liability 32,833,344 Total Liabilities 70,777,805 Deferred Inflows of Resources Deferred amounts on pension 1,104,924 Total Deferred Inflows of Resources 1,104,924 Net Position: Net investment in capital assets 641,728,737 Restricted for: Community development projects 41,615,115 Capital projects 30,179,316 Public works 136,167 Community services 4,561,907 Unrestricted 31,506,377 Total Net Position $ 749,727,619 See Accompanying Notes to Financial Statements. 44 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Expenses Program Revenues Net (Expenses) Revenue and Change in Net Position Operating Capital Net Charges for Contributions Contributions Governmental Services and Grants and Grants Activities Functions/Programs Primary Government: Governmental Activities: General government $ 11,837,495 $ - $ - $ - $ (11,837,495) Public safety 32,809,044 1,724,499 367,838 133,970 (30,582,737) Community development 5,857,499 4,244,301 5,519 2,125,846 518,167 Community services 21,570,625 12,732,744 20 - (8,837,861) Public works 21,490,169 3,891,621 3,218,790 14,716,617 336,859 Interest on long-term debt 792,778 - - (792,778) Total Governmental Activities $ 94,357,610 $ 22,593,165 $ 3,592,167 $ 16,976,433 (51,195,845) See Accompanying Notes to Financial Statements. General Revenues: Taxes: Property taxes, levied for general purpose 18,162,327 Transient occupancy taxes 3,321,698 Sales taxes 42,143,580 Franchise taxes 3,581,942 Other taxes 969,433 Motor vehicle in lieu - unrestricted 48,859 Use of money and property 135,195 Other 99,752 Total General Revenues 68,462,786 Change in Net Position 17,266,941 Net Position, Beginning of Year 732,460,678 Net Position, End of Year $ 749,727,619 45 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA BALANCE SHEET GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS JUNE 30, 2017 General Special Revenue Funds Community Services District City Housing Measure A Assets: Pooled cash and investments $ 35,390,931 $ 4,730,512 $ 703,961 $ 6,271,530 Receivables: Accounts 88,240 Taxes 1,439,080 227,255 Notes and loans 26,813,086 Accrued interest 107,546 17,548 6,424 20,786 Other receivables 261,440 6,240 111,612 Deposits 1,325 - - Due from other governments 11,756,291 493,613 Due from other funds 328,964 Inventories 3,058 Land held for resale - 4,400,388 Restricted assets: Cash and investments with fiscal agents Advances from the Successor Agency - 5 250 954 Total Assets $ 49,376,875 $ 4,981,555 $ 37,286,425 $ 6,785,929 Liabilities: Accounts payable $ 7,925,396 $ 518,318 $ 5,328 $ 496,175 Accrued liabilities 206,781 123,136 2,022 Deposits payable 1,683,390 161,402 - 2,740 Due to other funds 3,881,041 - Unearned revenues 1,111,753 280,697 Total Liabilities 14,808,361 1,083,553 7,350 498,915 Deferred Inflows of Resources Unavailable revenues 629,571 - 35,483 Unavailable revenues - long term notes receivables - 26,467,268 - Total Deferred Inflows of Resources 629,571 26,467,268 35 483 Fund Balances: Nonspendable: Inventory 3,058 Deposits 1,325 Restricted for: Land held for resale - 4,400,388 Advances to Successor Agency 5,250,954 Notes and loans 345,818 Community development projects 814,647 Capital projects - 6,251,531 Public works - Community services development - 3,898,002 Assigned to: Capital projects - - Unassigned 33,934,560 - Total Fund Balances Total Liabilities, Deferred Inflows of Resources and Fund Balances See Accompanying Notes to Financial Statements. 33 938 943 3,898,002 10,811,807 6,251,531 $ 49,376,875 $ 4,981,555 $ 37,286,425 $ 6,785,929 (Continued) 46 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA BALANCE SHEET GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS JUNE 30, 2017 Capital Projects Funds Other Total Roripaugh Governmental Governmental Capital Outlay Ranch Funds Funds Assets: Pooled cash and investments $ 14,928,140 $ 124,794 $ 5,071,529 $ 67,221,397 Receivables: Accounts 88,240 Taxes 1,666,335 Notes and loans - - - 26,813,086 Accrued interest 34,907 39,891 30,444 257,546 Other receivables - - 5,380 384,672 Deposits - 1,325 Due from other governments 1,831,551 505,410 14,586,865 Due from other funds 4,064,797 - 4,393,761 Inventories - - 3,058 Land held for resale 4,400,388 Restricted assets: Cash and investments with fiscal agents - 22,683,049 1,277,632 23,960,681 Advances from the Successor Agency - - 5,250,954 Total Assets 5 20,859,395 $ 22,847,734 $ 6,890,395 5 149,028,308 Liabilities: Accounts payable $ 1,545,144 $ $ 51,175 $ 10,541,536 Accrued liabilities 10 331,949 Deposits payable 698,360 128,150 17,660 2,691,702 Due to other funds 101,256 411,464 4,393,761 Unearned revenues - - 1,392,450 Total Liabilities 2,243,504 229 406 480,309 19,351,398 Deferred Inflows of Resources Unavailable revenues 856,954 1,522,008 Unavailable revenues - long term notes receivables - 26,467,268 Total Deferred Inflows of Resources 856,954 27,989,276 Fund Balances: Nonspendable: Inventory - 3,058 Deposits 1,325 Restricted for: Land held for resale 4,400,388 Advances to Successor Agency 5,250,954 Notes and loans 345,818 Community development projects 4,336,040 5,150,687 Capital projects 22,618,328 1,273,974 30,143,833 Public works 136,167 136,167 Community services development 663,905 4,561,907 Assigned to: Capital projects 17,758,937 17,758,937 Unassigned 33 934 560 Total Fund Balances 17 758 937 22,618,328 6,410,086 101,687,634 Total Liabilities, Deferred Inflows of Resources and Fund Balances $ 20,859,395 $ 22,847,734 $ 6,890,395 5 149,028,308 See Accompanying Notes to Financial Statements. 47 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA RECONCILIATION OF THE BALANCE SHEET OF GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS TO THE STATEMENT OF NET POSITION JUNE 30, 2017 Fund balances of governmental funds $ 101,687,634 Amounts reported for governmental activities in the statement of net position are different because: Capital assets net of depreciation have not been included as financial resources in governmental fund activity. 661,384,893 Long-term debt and compensated absences have not been included in the governmental fund activity: 2011 Financing Lease $ (20,416,000) Compensated Absences (1,222,383) (21,638,383) Governmental funds report all pension contributions to the plan liability as expenditures, however in the statement of net position contributions are recorded as deferred outflows of resources to reduce the net pension liability at a future date. Additionally, the pension liability is recorded in the statement of net position as a long-term liability. The following reconciles adjustments related to the net pension liability: Deferred outflows related to pensions 7,264,099 Net Pension Liability (32,833,344) Deferred inflows related to pensions (1,104,924) Governmental funds report all OPEB contributions as expenditures, however, in the statement of net position any excess or deficiencies in contributions in relation to the Annual Required Contribution (ARC) are recorded as an asset or liability. 1,393,702 Accrued interest payable for the current portion of interest due on bonds has not been reported in the governmental funds. (63,800) Certain long-term assets are not available to pay for current period expenditures and, therefore, are reported as deferred inflows of resources in the funds. Long-term notes receivables 26,467,268 Taxes received after the period of availability 1,522,008 27,989,276 Internal service funds are used by management to charge the costs of certain activities, such as equipment management and self-insurance, to individual funds. The assets and liabilities of the internal service funds must be added to the statement of net position. 5,648,466 Net Position of Governmental Activities $ 749,727,619 See Accompanying Notes to Financial Statements. 48 49 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Special Revenue Funds Community General Services Fund District City Housing Measure A Revenues: Taxes $ 65,747,577 $ 1,835,856 $ - $ Licenses and permits 2,010,010 - Intergovernmental 206,721 45,286 2,890,482 Charges for services 4,337,461 12,719,697 - Use of money and property (61,352) 33,093 118,930 43,170 Fines and forfeitures 776,425 Contributions - 250,000 Developer participation - Miscellaneous 584,011 5,656 48,787 Total Revenues 73,600,853 14,639,588 417,717 2,933,652 Expenditures: Current: General government 10,126,155 Public safety 32,544,145 - Community development 5,489,004 247,917 Community services - 19,419,668 - Public works 10,432,071 - 899,828 Capital outlay 1,406,553 - Debt service: Principal retirements - Interest and fiscal charges - Total Expenditures 59,997,928 19,419,668 247,917 899,828 Excess (deficiency) of revenues over (under) expenditures 13,602,925 (4,780,080) 169,800 2,033,824 Other Financing Sources (Uses): Transfers in 2,258,320 5,202,811 Transfers out (14,124,222) (4,944) - (910,000) Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) (11,865,902) 5,173,867 - (910,000) Net Change in Fund Balances 1,737,023 393,787 169,800 1,123,824 Fund Balances, Beginning of Year 32,201,920 3 504,215 10,642,007 5,127,707 Fund Balances, End of Year $ 33,938,943 $ 3,898,002 $ 10.81 1.807 $ 6,251,531 See Accompanying Notes to Financial Statements. (Continued) 50 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Revenues: Taxes Licenses and permits Intergovernmental Charges for services Use of money and property Fines and forfeitures Contributions Developer participation Miscellaneous Total Revenues Expenditures: Current: General government Public safety Community development Community services Public works Capital outlay Debt service: Principal retirements Interest and fiscal charges Total Expenditures Excess (deficiency) of revenues over (under) expenditures Other Financing Sources (Uses): Transfers in Transfers out Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) Net Change in Fund Balances Fund Balances, Beginning of Year Fund Balances, End of Year Capital Projects Funds Capital Outlay Roripaugh Ranch Other Governmental Funds Total Governmental Funds 1,168,363 96,025 774,885 - $ 116,405 11,157,604 292,534 $ 67,875,967 2,010,010 2,892,302 7,203,154 17,057,158 96,283 442,554 776,425 - 11,407,604 2,259,654 2,259,654 - 1,413,339 2,039,273 11,274,009 5,540,773 110,445,865 8,264,672 554,687 92,061 783,659 1,343,000 796,975 10,680,842 32,544,145 5,736,921 19,419,668 11,423,960 10,454,884 1,343,000 796,975 8,264,672 3,570,382 92 400 395 (6,225,399) 11,274,009 1,970,391 18,045,470 12,673,664 2,435,020 (14,582) (185,118) (7,551,600) 22,569,815 (22,814,466) 12,659,082 (185,118) (5,116,580) (244,651) 6,433,683 11,088,891 (3,146,189) 11,325,254 11,529,437 9,556 275 17,800,819 83,886 815 $ 17,758,937 $ 22,618,328 $ 6,410,086 $ 101,687,634 See Accompanying Notes to Financial Statements. 51 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA RECONCILIATION OF THE STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES OF GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS TO THE STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Net change in fund balances - total governmental funds $ 17,800,819 Amounts reported for the governmental activities in the statement of activities are different because: Governmental funds report capital outlays as expenditures. However, in the statement of activities, the costs of those assets are allocated over their estimated useful lives as depreciation expense. This is the amount by which depreciation exceeded capital outlay in the current period. Capitalized projects (capital outlay), net of deletions $ 10,454,884 Capital equipment recorded at the department level 15,703,534 Depreciation (28,994,437) (2,836,019) Repayment of bond principal is an expenditure m the governmental funds, but the repayment reduces long-term liabilities in the statement of net position. Principal repayments 1,343,000 Contributions to the net pension liability are recognized as expenditures in the governmental funds but are recognized as deferred outflows of resources subsequent to the measurement date. Additionally, other changes to the net pension liability are not recognized in the governmental fund statements because they do not use current financial resources: Contributions made 3,310,314 Current year pension expense, net of adjustments (3,563,754) (253,440) Accrued interest for long-term liabilities. This is the net change in accrued interest for the current period. 4,197 Compensated absences are recognized as expenditures in the governmental funds when liquidated and are recognized when incurred in the statement of activities. 147,985 Governmental funds report all contributions in relation to the annual required contribution (ARC) for OPEB as expenditures, however, the statement of activities only the ARC is an expense. (929,439) Revenues in the statement of activities that do not provide current financial resources are not reported as revenues in the funds. 1,206,723 Internal service funds are used by management to charge the costs of certain activities, such as equipment management and self-insurance, to individual funds. The net revenues (expenses) of the internal service funds is reported with governmental activities. Change in Net Position of Governmental Activities See Accompanying Notes to Financial Statements. 783,115 $ 17,266,941 52 1989 ANEW 53 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA BUDGETARY COMPARISON STATEMENT GENERAL FUND YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Revenues: Taxes Licenses and permits Intergovernmental Charges for services Use of money and property Fines and forfeitures Miscellaneous Total Revenues Expenditures: General government: City council Community support City manager Economic development City clerk City attorney Finance Personnel Emergency management Non -departmental Public safety: Police Fire Animal control Community development: Planning Building and safety Land development Public works: Public works CIP administration Parks maintenance Capital Outlay: Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures Other Financing Sources (Uses): Transfers in Transfers out Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) Net Change in Fund Balance Fund Balance, Beginning of Year Fund Balance, End of Year Budgeted Amounts Original Final Actual Amounts Variance with Final Budget - Positive (Negative) $ 58,946,635 2,806,180 43,994 4,227,424 136,471 750,095 157,376 $ 65,930,321 $ 65,747,577 $ (182,744) 2,358,292 2,010,010 (348,282) 234,359 206,721 (27,638) 4,224,513 4,337,461 112,948 (127,675) (61,352) 66,323 736,489 776,425 39,936 543,437 584,011 40,574 67,068,175 73,899,736 73,600,853 (298,883) 453,142 89,108 1,427,375 989,783 1,215,270 735,726 2,274,899 719,804 137,842 1,472,463 27,782,478 6,011,237 459,128 2,076,391 2,391,595 1,526,871 5,566,911 2,166,508 3,623,253 453,142 383,707 69,435 89,108 81,508 7,600 1,405,625 1,335,947 69,678 1,008,653 1,002,020 6,633 1,215,270 1,150,767 64,503 739,326 739,278 48 2,328,100 2,217,687 110,413 777,414 735,176 42,238 136,992 121,885 15,107 2,646,874 2,358,180 288,694 28,829,915 26,644,727 2,185,188 6,088,326 5,436,554 651,772 463,272 462,864 408 2,113,089 1,794,850 318,239 2,494,757 2,254,729 240,028 1,560,873 1,439,425 121,448 5,772,582 5,254,939 517,643 2,166,508 1,796,100 370,408 3,636,634 3,381,032 255,602 1,450,000 1,406,553 43,447 61,119,784 65,376,460 59,997,928 5,378,532 5,948,391 8,523,276 13,602,925 5,079,649 2,341,365 (10,180,485) 2,300,549 (14,124,469) 2,258,320 (14,124,222) (42,229) 247 (7,839,120) (11,823,920) (11,865,902) (41,982) (1,890,729) 32,201,920 (3,300,644) 32,201,920 1,737,023 32,201,920 5,037,667 $ 30,311,191 See Accompanying Notes to Financial Statements. $ 28,901,276 $33,938,943 $ 51037,667 54 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA BUDGETARY COMPARISON STATEMENT COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Revenues: Taxes Intergovernmental Charges for services Use of money and property Miscellaneous Total Revenues Expenditures: Community services Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures Other Financing Sources (Uses) Transfers in Transfers out Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) Net Change in Fund Balance Fund Balance, Beginning of Year Fund Balance, End of Year Budgeted Amounts Original Final Actual Amounts Variance with Final Budget - Positive (Negative) $ 1,852,879 27,691 12,713,792 11,473 32,351 $ 1,829,718 45,246 12,740,703 11,473 50 $ 1,835,856 $ 6,138 45,286 40 12,719,697 (21,006) 33,093 21,620 5 656 5 606 14,638,186 14,627,190 14,639,588 12,398 20,820,347 20,978,991 19,419,668 1,559,323 20,820,347 20,978,991 19,419,668 1,559,323 (6,182,161) (6,351,801) (4,780,080) 1,571,721 5,879,245 (20,520) 5,168,827 (9,293) 5,202,811 (28,944) 33,984 (19,651) 5,858,725 5,159,534 5,173,867 14,333 (323,436) 3 504 215 $ 3,180,779 (1,192,267) 3,504,215 393,787 3,504,215 1,586,054 $ 2,311,948 $ 3,898,002 8 1,586,054 See Accompanying Notes to Financial Statements. 55 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA BUDGETARY COMPARISON STATEMENT CITY HOUSING YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Revenues: Use of money and property Contributions Miscellaneous Total Revenues Expenditures: Community development Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures Net Change in Fund Balance Fund Balance, Beginning of Year Fund Balance, End of Year Budgeted Amounts Original Final Actual Amounts Variance with Final Budget - Positive (Negative) 234,157 $ 250,000 484,157 232,283 $ 118,930 250,000 250,000 37 438 48,787 519,721 417,717 $ (113,353) 11,349 (102,004) 351,788 377,288 247,917 129,371 351,788 377,288 247,917 129,371 132,369 142,433 169,800 27,367 132,369 142,433 169,800 10,642,007 10,642,007 10,642,007 27,367 $ 10 774 76$ 10,784,440$ 10,811,807 $ 27,367 See Accompanying Notes to Financial Statements. 56 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA BUDGETARY COMPARISON STATEMENT MEASURE A YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Revenues: Intergovernmental Use of money and property Total Revenues Expenditures: Public works Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures Other Financing Sources (Uses): Transfers out Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) Net Change in Fund Balance Fund Balance, Beginning of Year Fund Balance, End of Year Budgeted Amounts Original Final Actual Amounts Variance with Final Budget - Positive (Negative) $ 2,853,427 $ 2,867,276 30 000 30 000 2,883,427 2,897,276 $ 2,890,482 43 170 2,933,652 $ 23,206 13 170 36,376 1 820 240 1 820 240 899 828 920 412 1,820,240 1,820,240 899 828 920 412 1,063,187 1,077,036 2,033 824 956,788 (5,876,539) (5,986,539) (910,000) 5 076 539 (5,876,539) (5,986,539) (910,000) 5,076,539 (4,813,352) (4,909,503) 5,127,707 5,127,707 1,123,824 5,127,707 6,033,327 $ 314,355 $ 218,204 $ 6,251,531 $ 6,033,327 See Accompanying Notes to Financial Statements. 57 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA STATEMENT OF FUND NET POSITION PROPRIETARY FUNDS JUNE 30, 2017 Governmental Activities - Internal Service Funds Assets: Current: Cash and investments $ 5,503,479 Receivables: Accounts 4,729 Accrued interest 14,278 Due from other governments 7,384 Due from other funds 350,513 Total Current Assets 5,880,383 Noncurrent: Capital assets - net of accumulated depreciation Total Noncurrent Assets Total Assets 1,403,237 1,403,237 7,283,620 Liabilities: Current: Accounts payable 152,792 Accrued liabilities 31,674 Deposits payable 10,000 Due to other funds 350,513 Compensated absences 34,679 Claims and judgments 277,258 Capital leases 170,098 Total Current Liabilities 1,027,014 Noncurrent: Compensated absences 104,038 Claims and judgments 30,807 Capital leases 473,295 Total Noncurrent Liabilities 608,140 Total Liabilities 1,635,154 Net Position: Net investment in capital assets 759,844 Unrestricted 4,888,622 Total Net Position $ 5,648,466 See Accompanying Notes to Financial Statements. 58 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENSES AND CHANGES IN FUND NET POSITION PROPRIETARY FUNDS YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Governmental Activities - Internal Service Funds Operating Revenues: Sales and service charges $ 5,867,582 Total Operating Revenues 5,867,582 Operating Expenses: Administrative and general 2,675,204 Depreciation expense 369,690 Operations and maintenance 2,307,275 Total Operating Expenses 5,352,169 Operating income (loss) 515,413 Nonoperating Revenues (Expenses): Interest revenue Interest expense Total Nonoperating Revenues (Expenses) Income (Loss) Before Transfers Transfers in 31,106 (8,055) 23,051 538,464 244,651 Change in Net Position 783,115 Net Position: Net Position, Beginning of Year 4,865,351 Net Position, End of Year $ 5,648,466 See Accompanying Notes to Financial Statements. 59 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS PROPRIETARY FUNDS YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Governmental Activities - Internal Service Funds Cash Flows from Operating Activities: Cash received from customers and users $ 5,871,647 Cash paid to suppliers for goods and services (2,317,718) Cash paid to employees for services (2,666,726) Net Cash Provided by Operating Activities 887,203 Cash Flows from Non -Capital Financing Activities: Cash transfers in from other funds 244,651 Cash Flows from Capital and Related Financing Activities: Acquisition and construction of capital assets (239,094) Principal paid on capital lease (57,142) Interest paid on capital lease (8,055) Net Cash Used by Capital and Related Financing Activities (304,291) Cash Flows from Investing Activities: Interest received 27,053 Net Increase in Cash and Cash Equivalents 854,616 Cash and Cash Equivalents at Beginning of Year 4,648,863 Cash and Cash Equivalents at End of Year $ 5,503,479 Reconciliation of Operating Income (Loss) to Net Cash Provided (Used) by Operating Activities: Operating income (loss) $ 515,413 Adjustments to reconcile operating income (loss) to net cash provided (used) by operating activities: Depreciation 369,690 (Increase) decrease in accounts receivable 4,065 (Increase) decrease in prepaid expense 50,000 Increase (decrease) in accounts payable (15,294) Increase (decrease) in accrued liabilities 8,478 Increase (decrease) in claims and judgments 8,806 Increase (decrease) in compensated absences (53,955) Total Adjustments 371,790 Net Cash Provided (Used) by Operating Activities $ 887,203 Non -Cash Investing, Capital, and Financing Activities: Issuance of capital lease See Accompanying Notes to Financial Statements. $ 22.000 60 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA STATEMENT OF FIDUCIARY NET POSITION FIDUCIARY FUNDS JUNE 30, 2017 Private - Purpose Trust Fund Successor Agency Agency of the Funds Former RDA Assets: Pooled cash and investments $ 731,322 $ 3,584,944 Receivables: Taxes 100,124 Accrued interest 21,146 14,510 Land held for resale - 98,484 Restricted assets: Cash and investments with fiscal agents 12,367,062 16,787,166 Capital assets: Capital assets, not being depreciated 3,819,108 Capital assets, net of accumulated depreciation 28,021,434 Total Assets $ 13,219,654 $ 52,325,646 Liabilities: Accounts payable $ 10,294 $ 20,001 Accrued liabilities 143 - Accrued interest - 1,630,091 Due to bond holders 13,209,217 Long-term liabilities: Due in one year 1,945,000 Due in more than one year - 79,219,324 Advance from City Housing Fund - 5,250,954 Total Liabilities: $ 13,219,654 88,065,370 Net Position / (Deficit): Held in trust for other purposes (35,739,724) Total Net Position / (Deficit): $ (35,739,7241 See Accompanying Notes to Financial Statements. 61 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FIDUCIARY NET POSITION FIDUCIARY FUNDS YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Additions: Taxes Interest and change in fair value of investments Contributions Private - Purpose Trust Fund Successor Agency of the Former RDA 7,303,396 80,188 313,278 Total Additions 7,696,862 Deductions: Payments to developers 90,274 Administrative expenses 320,455 Interest expense 4,743,923 Depreciation expense 1,179,997 Contributions to other governments 250,000 Total Deductions 6,584,649 Changes in Net Position 1,112,213 Net Position/(Deficit), Beginning of the Year (36,851,937) Net Position/(Deficit), End of the Year $ (35,739,724) See Accompanying Notes to Financial Statements. 62 63 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 1— SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES A. Description of Entity The reporting entity "City of Temecula" includes the accounts of the City, the Temecula Community Services District, the Industrial Development Authority of the City of Temecula, the Temecula Public Financing Authority, and the Temecula Housing Authority. The City of Temecula was incorporated on December 1, 1989, as a general law city and operates under a council/manager form of government. Temecula Community Services District (TCSD) The TCSD was organized on December 1, 1989. The TCSD currently provides street lighting, parks, recreation, slope maintenance, and refuse hauling services. The Temecula City Council also serves as the TCSD's Board of Directors. Additionally, the management of the City of Temecula also serves in a management capacity and has operational responsibility for the activities of the TCSD. The activities of the TCSD are reported as a blended component unit in the Community Services District Special Revenue Fund. Industrial Development Authority of the City of Temecula (Authority) The Authority was activated on March 22, 1994. The purpose of the Authority is to provide alternative methods of financing certain facilities in order to prevent the loss of existing jobs, increase employment opportunities, and otherwise contribute to the economic development of the City. The Temecula City Council also serves the Authority's Board of Directors. Additionally, the management of the City of Temecula also serves in a management capacity and has operational responsibility for the activities of the Authority. The Authority had no activity during the fiscal year. Temecula Public Financing Authority (TPFA) The TPFA was established pursuant to a Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement, dated April 24, 2001, by and between the City and the former Redevelopment Agency. The City and the former Redevelopment Agency formed the TPFA for the primary purpose of assisting in the financing and refinancing of a community facilities district and the issuance of bonds necessary to finance the public improvements. The TPFA may establish other community facilities districts in the future in connection with the financing of public improvements in the City and could also be used in connection with other City financings. The Temecula City Council also serves as the Board of Directors for the TPFA. Additionally, the management of the City of Temecula also serves in a management capacity and has operational responsibility for the activities of the TPFA. The activities of the TPFA are reported as a blended component unit within the Debt Service Fund. Temecula Housing Authority (THA) The THA was established in February 22, 2011. The THA was activated pursuant to State law Section 34240 of the California Health and Safety Code, which allows for every City to establish a housing authority. The THA is designed to help protect local housing funds and programs, provide new revenue opportunities for affordable housing programs, serve the public interest, promote public safety and welfare, and ensure decent, safe, sanitary and affordable housing accommodations to persons of low income. The Temecula City Council serves as the THA's Commissioners. The activities of the THA are recorded in the City Housing Special Revenue Fund. Additionally, the management of the City of Temecula also serves in a management capacity and has operational responsibility for the activities of the THA. The activities of the THA are reported as a blended component unit within the City Housing Fund. 64 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS NNE 30, 2017 NOTE 1— SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (CONTINUED) A. Description of Entity (Continued) Component units are those entities which are financially accountable to the primary governmental unit either because the City appoints a voting majority of the component unit Board, or because the component unit will provide a financial benefit or impose a financial burden on the City. The City has accounted for the TCSD, Authority, TPFA, and THA as "blended" component units. Despite being legally separate, these units are so intertwined with the City that they are in substance, part of the City's operations. Accordingly, the balances and transactions of the blended component units are included in the Special Revenue, Debt Service, and Capital Projects funds. B. Government -Wide and Fund Financial Statements The government -wide financial statements (i.e., the statement of net position and the statement of activities) report information about the reporting government as a whole, except for its fiduciary activities. Governmental activities, which normally are supported by taxes and intergovernmental revenues, are reported separately from business -type activities, which rely to a significant extent on fees and charges for support. Likewise, the primary government (including its blended component units) is reported separately from discretely presented component units for which the primary government is financially accountable. The City has no business -type activities or discretely presented component units. The effect of interfund activity has been removed from these statements, except for internal service fund activity provided and used. The statement of activities demonstrates the degree to which the direct expenses of a given function or segments are offset by program revenues. Direct expenses are those that are clearly identifiable with a specific function or segment. Program revenues include 1) charges to customers or applicants who purchase, use, or directly benefit from goods, services, or privileges provided by a given function or segment and 2) grants and contributions that are restricted to meeting the operational or capital requirements of a particular function or segment. Taxes and other items not properly included among program revenues are reported instead as general revenues. The underlying accounting system of the City is organized and operated on the basis of separate funds, each of which is considered to be a separate accounting entity. The operations of each fund are accounted for with a separate set of self -balancing accounts that comprise its assets, deferred outflows of resources, liabilities, deferred inflows of resources, fund equity, revenues, and expenditures or expenses, as appropriate. Governmental resources are allocated to and accounted for in individual funds based upon the purposes for which they are to be spent and the means by which spending activities are controlled. Separate financial statements for governmental, proprietary, and fiduciary funds are presented after the government -wide financial statements. These statements display information about major funds individually and other governmental funds in the aggregate for governmental funds. Fiduciary statements, even though excluded from the government -wide financial statements, include financial information that primarily represents assets held by the City in a custodial capacity for other individuals or organizations. 65 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 1— SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (CONTINUED) C. Measurement Focus, Basis of Accounting, and Financial Statement Presentation The government -wide financial statements are reported using the economic resources measurement focus and the accrual basis of accounting, as are the proprietary fund and fiduciary fund financial statements, excluding agency funds which have no measurement focus. Under the economic resources measurement focus, all assets, liabilities, and deferred inflows / outflows of resources (whether current or noncurrent) associated with their activity are included on their balance sheets. Operating statements present increases (revenues) and decreases (expenses) in total net position. Under the accrual basis of accounting, revenues are recorded when earned and expenses are recorded when a liability is incurred, regardless of the timing of related cash flows. Proprietary funds distinguish operating revenues and expenses from nonoperating items. Operating revenues and expenses generally result from providing services and producing and delivering goods in connection with a proprietary fund's principal ongoing operations. Nonexchange transactions, in which the City gives (or receives) value without directly receiving (or giving) equal value in exchange include grants, entitlements, and donations. Revenue from grants, entitlements, and donations is recognized in the fiscal year in which all the eligibility requirements have been satisfied. Operating expenses for proprietary funds include the cost of sales and services, administrative expenses, and depreciation on capital assets. All revenues and expenses not meeting this definition are reported as nonoperating revenues and expenses. When both restricted and unrestricted resources are available for use, it is the government's policy to use restricted resources first, then unrestricted resources as they are needed. Governmental fund financial statements are reported using the current financial resources measurement focus and the modified accrual basis of accounting. Under the current financial resources measurement focus, only current assets, deferred outflows of resources, current liabilities, and deferred inflows of resources are generally included on their balance sheets. The reported fund balance (net current resources) is considered to be a measure of "available spendable resources". Governmental fund operating statements present increases (revenues and other financing sources) and decreases (expenditures and other financing uses) in net current resources. Accordingly, they are said to present a summary of sources and uses of "available spendable resources" during a period. Noncurrent portions of long-term receivables due to governmental funds are reported on their balance sheets in spite of their spending measurement focus. However, special reporting treatments are used to indicate that they should not be considered "available spendable resources" since they do not represent net current resources. Recognition of governmental fund type revenue represented by noncurrent receivables is reflected as unavailable until they become current receivables. Noncurrent portions of other long-term receivables are offset by fund balance classifications. Under the modified accrual basis of accounting, revenues are considered to be available when they are collectible within the current period or soon enough thereafter to pay liabilities of the current period. For this purpose, the government generally considers revenues to be available if they are collected within 60 days of the end of the current fiscal period, except for sales tax and grants which are 90 days. Expenditures generally are recorded when a liability is incurred, except for principal and interest on general long-term liabilities, claims and judgments, and compensated absences which are recognized as expenditures to the extent they have matured. General capital asset acquisitions are reported as expenditures in governmental funds. Proceeds of general long-term liabilities are reported as other financing sources. 66 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 1— SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (CONTINUED) C. Measurement Focus, Basis of Accounting, and Financial Statement Presentation (Continued) Property taxes, sales tax, motor vehicle license fees, transient occupancy taxes, franchise taxes, licenses, and interest associated with the current fiscal period are all considered to be susceptible to accrual and so have been recognized as revenues of the current fiscal period. Only the portion of special assessments receivable due within the current fiscal period is considered to be susceptible to accrual as revenue of the current period. All other revenue items are considered to be measurable and available only when cash is received by the government. D. Fund Classifications The General Fund is the primary operating fund of the City and is used to account for all revenues and expenditures that are not required to be accounted for in another fund. The Community Services District — Special Revenue Fund is used to account for special assessment proceeds restricted for parks, recreation, street lighting, slope maintenance, recycling and refuse collection, and specific street maintenance. The City Housing Fund — Special Revenue Fund is used to account for loans and program income that are restricted revenues to provide new opportunities for affordable housing programs, serve the public interest, promote public safety and welfare, and ensure decent, safe, sanitary and affordable housing accommodations to persons of low income. The Measure A Fund — Special Revenue Fund is used to account for the City's share of the County of Riverside's additional one-half percent sales tax allocation which is restricted for use on local streets and roads. The Capital Outlay — Capital Projects Fund is used to account for financial resources used for the acquisition, construction and improvement of various capital facilities. The Roripaugh Ranch Fund — Capital Projects Fund is used to account for bond proceeds which will be used for capital improvements in Roripaugh Community Facilities District No. 03-02 (Roripaugh Ranch). The City's fund structure also includes the following fund types: PROPRIETARY FUNDS The Internal Service Funds are used to account for activities and services performed for other departments within the City on a cost reimbursement basis. Specific activities accounted for included risk management and insurance programs, replacement of city vehicles, information systems services, central mailing and reprographic services and city maintenance facilities operations. 67 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 1— SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (CONTINUED) D. Fund Classifications (Continued) FIDUCIARY FUNDS The Agency Funds are used to account for assets temporarily held by the City in a fiduciary capacity for various Community Facilities Districts. Agency Funds are custodial in nature (assets equal liabilities) and do not involve measurement of the results of operations. The Private Purpose Trust Fund is used to account for the assets and liabilities of the former redevelopment agency and is allocated revenue to pay estimated installment payments of enforceable obligations until all obligations of the former redevelopment agency are paid in full and assets have been liquidated. This fund uses the economic resources measurement focus. E. Cash and Investments Investments are stated at fair value except for money market mutual funds which are valued at net asset value - $1 per share (amortized cost). A substantial portion of the City's investments are in short-term, highly liquid instruments, with original maturities of three months or less. For purposes of the statement of cash flows, all cash and investments held by the internal service funds are considered to be short term and, accordingly, are classified as cash and cash equivalents. F. Land Held for Resale Land held for resale represents land that was acquired in accordance with the objectives of the City Housing Successor Agency. Land held for resale is generally valued at lower of cost or fair value. In instances where an anticipated sales price is known to be lower than cost, a write down is recorded. A portion of fund balance in the City Housing Fund is restricted for land held for resale to indicate that the proceeds of selling the land is restricted for housing purposes. G. Inventories and Prepaid Items Inventories of materials and supplies are carried at cost. The City uses the consumption method of accounting for inventories. Certain payments to vendors reflect costs applicable to future accounting periods and are recorded as prepaid items in both government -wide and fund financial statements. The fund balances in the governmental fund types have been classified as nonspendable for amounts equal to the prepaid items in the fund -level statements, since these amounts are not available for appropriation. H. Capital Assets Capital assets (including infrastructure) are recorded at cost where historical records are available and at an estimated original cost where no historical records exist. Contributed capital assets are valued at estimated acquisition value at the date of contribution. Generally, capital asset purchases in excess of $5,000 are capitalized if they have an expected useful life of 1 year or more. Infrastructure assets with a cost exceeding $100,000 are capitalized. Capital assets include additions to public domain (infrastructure), certain improvements including pavement, curb and gutter, sidewalks, traffic control devices, streetlights, sewers, storm drains, bridges and right-of-way corridors within the City. The City has valued and recorded all infrastructure asset data in its entirety as of June 30, 2017. 68 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 1— SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (CONTINUED) H. Capital Assets (Continued) Capital assets used in operations are depreciated over their estimated useful lives using the straight-line method in the government -wide financial statements and in the fund financial statements of the proprietary funds. Depreciation is charged as an expense against operations and accumulated depreciation is reported on the respective statement of net position. The lives used for depreciation purposes of each capital asset class are: Buildings 40-50 years Improvements and other than buildings 40 years Vehicles, machinery and equipment 3-25 years Furniture and fixtures 4-25 years Infrastructure 25-75 years I. Compensated Absences Employee benefits payable liability is recorded for unused vacation and similar compensatory leave balances. The employees' entitlement to these balances is attributable to services already rendered and it is probable that virtually all of these balances will be liquidated by either paid time off or payments upon termination or retirement. Liability is recorded for unused sick leave balances only to the extent that it is probable that the unused balances will result in termination payments. Other amounts of unused sick leave are excluded from the liability since their payment is contingent solely upon the occurrence of a future event (illness) that is outside the control of the City and the employee. A proprietary fund liability is accrued for all leave benefits relating to the proprietary funds. In the government -wide financial statement, amounts expected to be liquidated within one year are classified as current with the remaining amount included as long term liabilities. J. Claims and Judgments When it is probable that a claim liability has been incurred at year-end, and the amount of the loss can be reasonably estimated, the City records the estimated loss, net of any insurance coverage under its self- insurance program. This liability, including an estimate of claims which have been incurred but not reported, has been accrued by the City's internal service fund. K. Property Taxes Under California law, property taxes are assessed and collected by the counties up to 1% of assessed value, plus other increases approved by the voters. The property taxes go into a pool, and are then allocated to the cities based on complex formulas. Accordingly, the City of Temecula accrues only those taxes which are received within 60 days after year end. Lien Date Levy Date Due Dates Collection Dates January 1 June 30 November 1 and February 1 December 10 and April 10 69 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 1— SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (CONTINUED) L. Restricted Assets Restricted assets consist of cash and investments totaling $53,114,909. $23,960,681 is held by the Community Facilities District for capital projects are reported in the fund statements. $12,367,062 is held by the City as a fiduciary, to be used for debt payments. In addition, the Successor Agency of the Former Redevelopment Agency restricts $16,787,166 for future projects. NI. Pensions For purposes of measuring the net pension liability and deferred outflows/inflows of resources related to pension, and pension expense, information about the fiduciary net position of the City of Temecula's California Public Employees Retirement System (Ca1PERS) plan (Plan) and additions to/deductions from the Plan's fiduciary net position have been determined on the same basis as they are reported by Ca1PERS. For this purpose, benefit payments (including refunds of employee contributions) are recognized when due and payable in accordance with the benefit terms. Investments are reported at fair value. N. Deferred Outflows / Inflows of Resources In addition to assets, the statement of financial position will sometimes report a separate section for deferred outflows of resources. This separate financial statement element, deferred outflows of resources, represents a consumption of net position that applies to a future period(s) and so will not be recognized as an outflow of resources (expense/expenditure) until then. The City only has one item that qualifies for reporting in this category related to the City's Ca1PERS pension plan. In addition to liabilities, the statement of financial position will sometimes report a separate section for deferred inflows of resources. This separate financial statements element, deferred inflows of resources, represents an acquisition of net position or fund balance that applies to a future period(s) and so will not be recognized as an inflow of resources (revenue) until that time. The City has items that arise under the modified accrual basis of accounting and items that arises under the accrual basis of accounting. Under the modified accrual basis, certain receivables are considered to be unavailable revenue as their collection is not anticipated within the City's period of availability and therefore, not available to liquidate current obligations. These amounts are deferred and recognized as an inflow of resources in the period that the amounts become available. In addition, the City reported deferred inflows of resources related to the City's Ca1PERS pension plan. O. Use of Estimates The preparation of financial statements in conformity with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America requires management to make estimates and assumptions that affect the reported amounts and disclosures at the date of the financial statements and the reported amounts of revenues and expenditures/expenses during the reporting period. Actual results could differ from those estimates. 70 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 1— SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (CONTINUED) P. Fund Balance In the fund financial statements, government funds report the following fund balance classifications: Nonspendable include amounts that cannot be spent because they are either (a) not in spendable form or (b) legally or contractually required to be maintained intact. Restricted include amounts that are constrained on the use of resources by either (a) external creditors, grantors, contributors, or laws or regulations of other governments or (b) by law through constitutional provisions or enabling legislation. Committed include amounts that can only be used for specific purposes pursuant to constraints imposed by the highest level of formal action of the City Council or for contractual obligations. The highest level of formal action of the City Council is an Ordinance. The City Council has not committed any amounts. All commitments are for contractual obligations. Assigned include amounts that are constrained by the government's intent to be used for specific purposes, but are neither restricted nor committed. For all governmental funds other than the General Fund, the City Council has assigned any remaining amounts not classified as nonspendable, restricted, or committed. For the General Fund, the fund balance policy delegates the authority to assign amounts to be used for specific purposes to the Finance Director, in consultation with the City Manager, for the purpose of reporting these amounts in annual financial statements. Unassigned include the residual amounts that have not been restricted, committed, or assigned to specific purposes. The General Fund is the only fund that reports a positive unassigned fund balance. Sometimes the City will fund outlays for a particular purpose from both restricted and unrestricted resources (the total of committed, assigned, and unassigned fund balance). In order to calculate the amounts to report as restricted, committed, assigned, and unassigned fund balance in the governmental fund financial statements a flow assumption must be made about the order in which the resources are considered to be applied. It is the government's policy to consider restricted fund balance to have been depleted before using any of the components of unrestricted fund balance. Further, when components of unrestricted fund balance can be used for the same purpose, committed fund balance is depleted first, followed by assigned fund balance. Unassigned fund balance is applied last. Minimum Fund Balance Policy The City maintains a fund balance of at least 20% of operating expenditures in the General Fund. This is considered the minimum level necessary to maintain the City's creditworthiness and to adequately provide for: 1) economic uncertainties, local disasters, and other financial hardships or downturns in the local or national economy; 2) contingencies for unseen operating or capital needs; and 3) cash flow requirements. The City currently classifies $11,999,586 as the minimum fund balance which is equal to 20% of operating expenditures. This amount is currently classified as unassigned fund balance in the financial statements. 71 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 1— SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (CONTINUED) P. Fund Balance (Continued) Secondary Reserve Fund Balance Policy Q. The City maintains a secondary reserve in the amount of 5% of General Fund operating expenditures. Use of the funds shall be limited to: 1) covering annual operating expenditures if revenue falls short of projects, creating an annual operating deficit, and 2) making one-time investments in capital infrastructure that will create long-term operational savings to the General Fund, leverage available grant funds, or provide funding for projects that will create an economic benefit to the City. The City currently classifies $2,999,896 of fund balance as the secondary reserve which is equal to 5% of operating expenditures for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2017. This amount is currently classified as unassigned fund balance in the financial statements. New GASB Pronouncements Effective in Future Years The City is currently evaluating its accounting practices to determine the potential impact on the financial statements for the following GASB Statements: GASB Statement No. 75 — Accounting and Financial Reporting for Postemployment Benefits Other Than Pensions. This Statement is effective for fiscal years beginning after June 15, 2017, or the 2017- 2018 fiscal year. GASB Statement No. 81 — Irrevocable Split -Interest Agreements. The Statement is effective for the reporting periods beginning after December 15, 2016, or the 2017-18 fiscal year. GASB Statement No. 83 — Certain Asset Retirement Obligations. The Statement is effective for reporting periods beginning after June 15, 2018, or the 2018-19 fiscal year. GASB Statement No. 84 — Fiduciary Activities. The Statement is effective for reporting periods beginning after December 15, 2018, or the 2019-20 fiscal year. GASB Statement No. 85 — Omnibus 2017. The Statement is effective for the reporting periods beginning after June 15, 2017, or 2017-2018 fiscal year. GASB Statement No. 86 — Certain Debt Extinguishment Issues. The Statement is effective for the reporting periods beginning after June 15, 2017, or 2017-2018 fiscal year. GASB Statement No. 87—Leases. The Statement is effective for the reporting periods beginning after December 15, 2019, or 2020-2021 fiscal year. 72 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 2 — STEWARDSHIP, COMPLIANCE AND ACCOUNTABILITY A. General Budget Policies The City adheres to the following procedures in establishing the budgetary data reflected in its financial statements: 1. The annual budget adopted by the City Council provides for the general operation of the City. It includes proposed expenditures and the means of financing them. 2. The City Council approves total budgeted appropriations and any amendments to appropriations throughout the year. This "appropriated budget" covers substantially all City expenditures, with the exception of debt service on bond issues and capital improvement projects. There were no significant non -budgeted financial activities. Actual expenditures may not exceed budgeted appropriations at the departmental level. However, the City Manager is authorized to transfer budgeted amounts between individual accounts within a department. 3. Formal budgetary integration is employed as a management control device. Commitments for materials and services, such as purchase orders and contracts, are recorded during the year as encumbrances to assist in controlling expenditures. Appropriations which are encumbered at year- end lapse, and then are added to the following year's budgeted appropriations. 4. Budgets for the General, Special Revenue, Capital Projects, and Debt Service Funds are adopted on a basis substantially consistent with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). Accordingly, actual revenues and expenditures can be compared with related budgeted amounts without any significant reconciling items. 5. Under Article XIIIB of the California Constitution (the GANN Spending Limitation Initiative), the City is restricted as to the amount of annual appropriations from the proceeds of taxes, and if proceeds of taxes exceed allowed appropriations, the excess must either be refunded to the State Controller, returned to the taxpayers through revised tax rates or revised fee schedules, or an excess in one year may be offset against a deficit in the following year. For the fiscal year ended June 30, 2017, based on calculations by City Management, proceeds of taxes did not exceed related appropriations. The City is not legally required to adopt a budget for the Crowne Hill Community Facilities District #03-1, Wolf Creek Community Facilities District #03-3, and Roripaugh Ranch funds; therefore no budgetary comparison schedules are presented for those funds. 73 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 3 — CASH AND INVESTMENTS As of June 30, 2017, cash and investments were reported in the accompanying financial statements as follows: Statement of net position: Cash and investments $ 72,724,876 Cash with fiscal agents 23,960,681 Fiduciary funds Cash and investments 4,316,266 Cash with fiscal agents 29,154,228 Total Cash and Investments $ 130,156,051 As of June 30, 2017, cash and investments consist of the following: Cash on hand (petty cash and change funds) $ 3,261 Deposits with financial institutions 5,138,291 Investments 125,014,499 Total Cash and Investments $ 130,156,051 Deposits At June 30, 2017, the carrying amount of the City's deposits was $5,138,291 and the bank balance was $5,299,218. The $160,927 difference represents outstanding checks and other reconciling items. The California Government Code requires California banks and savings and loan associations to secure a City's deposits by pledging government securities with a value of 110% of a City's deposits. California law also allows financial institutions to secure a City's deposits by pledging first trust deed mortgage notes having a value of 150% of a City's total deposits. The City Treasurer may waive the collateral requirement for deposits that are fully insured up to $250,000 by the FDIC. The collateral for deposits in federal and state chartered banks is held in safekeeping by an authorized Agent of Depository recognized by the State of California Department of Banking. The collateral for deposits with savings and loan associations is generally held in safekeeping by the Federal Home Loan Bank in San Francisco, California as an Agent of Depository. These securities are physically held in an undivided pool for all California public agency depositors. Under Government Code Section 53655, the placement of securities by a bank or savings and loan association with an "Agent of Depository" has the effect of perfecting the security interest in the name of the local governmental agency. Accordingly, all collateral held by California Agents of Depository are considered to be held for, and in the name of, the local governmental agency. 74 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 3 — CASH AND INVESTMENTS (CONTINUED) Investments The table below identifies the investment types that are authorized for the City by the California Government Code (or the City's investment policy, where more restrictive). The table also identifies certain provisions of the California Government Code (or the City's investment policy, where more restrictive) that address interest rate risk, credit risk, and concentration of credit risk. This table does not address investments of debt proceeds held by bond trustee that are governed by the provisions of debt agreements of the City, rather than the general provisions of the California Government Code or the City's investment policy. Investment Types Authorized by State Law Maximum Percentage of Portfolio* Maximum Maturity Maximum Investment In One Issuer United States (U.S.) Treasury Obligations U.S. Government Sponsored Enterprise Securities Banker's Acceptances Money Market Funds Time Deposits Commercial Paper Negotiable Certificates of Deposit Repurchase Agreements Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) None None 40% None 15% 15% 30% 50% None 5 years 5 years 180 days N/A 1 year 180 days 5 years 30 days N/A None None 10% None None 10% None None $65,000,000 / per entity * Excluding amounts held by bond trustee that are not subject to California Government Code restrictions. Investments Authorized by Debt Agreements Investments of debt proceeds held by bond trustees are governed by provisions of the debt agreements, rather than the general provisions of the California Government Code or the City's investment policy. The table below identifies the investment types that are authorized for investments held by bond trustee. The table also identifies certain provisions of these debt agreements that address interest rate risk, credit risk, and concentration of credit risk. Authorized Investment Type Maximum Maturity Maximum Percentage Allowed Maximum Investment In One Issuer United States (U.S.) Treasury Obligations U.S. Government Sponsored Enterprise Securities Banker's Acceptances Commercial Paper Investment Agreements Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) Money Market Mutual Funds (1) Not Applicable (2) Acceptable to the Municipal Bond Issuer None None 1 year 180 days (2) (1) (1) None None None None (2) None None None None None None (2) $65,000,000 / per entity None 75 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 3 — CASH AND INVESTMENTS (CONTINUED) Investments in State Investment Pool The City is a voluntary participant in the Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) that is regulated by the California Government Code under the oversight of the Treasurer of the State of California. LAIF is overseen by the Local Agency Investment Advisory Board, which consists of five members, in accordance with State statute. The fair value of the City's investment in this pool is reported in the accompanying financial statements at amounts based upon the City's pro -rata share of the fair value provided by LAIF for the entire LAIF portfolio (in relation to the amortized cost of that portfolio). The balance available for withdrawal is based on the accounting records maintained by LAIF, which are recorded on an amortized cost basis. Each City may invest up to $65,000,000 in a regular LAIF account. Investments in LAIF are highly liquid, as deposits can be converted to cash within 24 hours without loss of interest. Fair Value The City categorizes the fair value measurements of its investments based on the hierarchy established by generally accepted accounting principles. The fair value hierarchy, which has three levels, is based on the valuation inputs used to measure an asset's fair value: Level 1 inputs are quoted prices in active markets for identical assets; Level 2 inputs are significant other observable inputs; Level 3 inputs are significant unobservable inputs. As of June 30, 2017, the City's investments in government sponsored entities (e.g. FHLB, FNMA, etc.) were considered Level 2 in the amount of $26,865,910. These investments are valued using the market valuation approach based on quoted prices for similar assets. The investments in money market funds are valued using the net asset value (NAV) model. Investments in LAIF are uncategorized as deposits and withdrawals are made on the basis of $1 and not fair value. Accordingly, under the fair value hierarchy, these investments are uncategorized. 76 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 3 — CASH AND INVESTMENTS (CONTINUED) Disclosures Relating to Interest Rate Risk Interest rate risk is the risk that changes in market interest rates will adversely affect the fair value of an investment. Generally, the longer the maturity of an investment, the greater the sensitivity of its fair value to changes in market interest rates. One of the ways that the City manages its exposure to interest rate risk is by purchasing a combination of shorter term and longer term investments and by timing cash flows from maturities so that a portion of the portfolio is maturing or coming close to maturity evenly over time as necessary to provide the cash flow and liquidity needed for operations. Information about the sensitivity of the fair values of the City's investments (including investments held by bond trustee) to market interest rate fluctuations is provided by the following table that shows the distribution of the City's investments by maturity: Investment Type Remaining Investment Maturities 12 Months Or Less 1 to 3 Years 3 to 5 Years Fair Value Local Agency Investment Fund U.S. Government Sponsored Enterprise Securities: FFCB FHLMC FHLB FNMA Escrow Accounts - Money Market Mutual Funds Total Cash Investments Investments with Fiscal Agents: Money Market Mutual Funds Local Agency Investment Fund Total Investments with Fiscal Agent Total Investments Disclosures Relating to Credit Risk $ 44,432,959 $ $ - $ 44,432,959 1,000,110 1,989,950 - 2,990,060 997,520 3,986,640 1,989,580 6,973,740 1,998,020 4,982,480 2,992,380 9,972,880 999,290 4,945,640 984,300 6,929,230 600,721 - - 600,721 50,028,620 15,904,710 5,966,260 71,899,590 35,556,727 17,558,182 35,556,727 17,558,182 53,114,909 - - 53,114,909 $ 103,143,529 $ 15,904,710 $ 5,966,260 $ 125,014,499 Generally, credit risk is the risk that an issuer of an investment will not fulfill its obligation to the holder of the investment. This is measured by the assignment of a rating by a nationally recognized statistical rating organization. 77 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 3 — CASH AND INVESTMENTS (CONTINUED) Disclosures Relating to Credit Risk (Continued) Presented below is the minimum rating as required by (where applicable) the California Government Code, the City's investment policy, or debt agreements, and the actual rating, as reported by Standards and Poor, as of year- end for each investment type: Total Minimum as of Legal Investment Type June 30, 2017 Rating Aaa/AAA Unrated Local Agency Investment Fund $ 44,432,959 (1) $ - $ 44,432,959 U.S. Government Sponsored Enterprise Securities: FFCB 2,990,060 (1) 2,990,060 FHLMC 6,973,740 (1) 6,973,740 FHLB 9,972,880 (1) 9,972,880 FNMA 6,929,230 (1) 6,929,230 Escrow Accounts - Money Market Mutual Funds 600,721 Aaa/AAA 600,721 Held by bond trustee: Money Market Mutual Funds 35,556,727 Aaa/AAA 35,556,727 - Local Agency Investment Fund 17,558,182 (1) - 17,558,182 Total $ 125 014 499 $ 63,023,358 $ 61,991,141 (1) Not Applicable Concentration of Credit Risk The investment policy of the City contains no limitations on the amount that can be invested in any one issuer beyond that stipulated by the California Government Code. As of June 30, 2017, the following investments represented 5% or more of total City's investments. Issuer Total Percentage as of of Total June 30, 2017 Investments U.S. Government Sponsored Enterprise Securities: FHLB $ 9,972,880 8% FNMA 6,929,230 6% FHLMC 6,973,740 6% Custodial Credit Risk Custodial credit risk for deposits is the risk that, in the event of the failure of a depository financial institution, a government will not be able to recover its deposits or will not be able to recover collateral securities that are in the possession of an outside party. As previously described, the City's deposits are collateralized in accordance with California Government Code. The custodial credit risk for investments is the risk that, in the event of the failure of the counterparty (e.g., broker-dealer) to a transaction, a government will not be able to recover the value of its investment or collateral securities that are in the possession of another party. The California Government Code and the City's investment policy do not contain legal or policy requirements that would limit the exposure to custodial credit risk for investments. 78 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 4 — CAPITAL ASSETS Governmental Activities: Balance at June 30, 2016 Increase Decrease Balance at June 30, 2017 Capital Assets Not Being Depreciated: Land Right of way Construction in progress Total Capital Assets Not Being Depreciated Capital Assets, Being Depreciated: Buildings Improvements other than buildings Vehicles, machinery and equipment Furniture and fixtures Infrastructure Total Capital Assets Being Depreciated Less Accumulated Depreciation for: Buildings Improvements other than buildings Vehicles, machinery and equipment Furniture and fixtures Infrastructure Total Accumulated Depreciation Total Capital Assets, Being Depreciated, Net Governmental Activities Capital Assets, Net $ 78,230,539 $ 1,728,963 $ 68,738,629 - 55,822,649 4 011 654 - $ 79,959,502 - 68,738,629 (7,036) 59,827 267 202,791 817 5 740 617 (7,036) 208,525,398 118,122,533 58,853,868 17,488,332 6,112,362 15,396,710 1,001,786 1,408,837 7,036 549,563,868 29,708,846 750,140,963 47,523,215 (922,237) 132,597,006 (10,936,557) 48,919,097 (855,866) 18,041,303 (7,036) 6,112,362 (16,417,546) 562,855,168 (29,139,242) 768,524,936 25,368,840 19,121,055 14,281,590 6,056,422 222,120,701 286 948,608 463,192,355 $ 665,984,172 5,040,822 1,899,488 966,761 (225,504) 8,627 (7,782) 21,448,429 (1,817,245) 29 364,127 (2,050,531) 18,159,088 (27,088,711) 30,409,662 21,020,543 15,022,847 6,057,267 241,751,885 314,262,204 $ 23,899,705 $ (27,095,747) 454 262 732 $ 662,788,130 Depreciation expense charged to functions/programs for the governm General government Public safety Public works Community development Community services Capital assets used by the government's internal service funds are the various functions based on their usage of the assets Total Depreciation Expense ent activities are as follows: charged to $ 1,514,574 578,522 21,983,894 289,263 4,628,184 369,690 $ 29,364,127 79 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE S — INTERFUND RECEIVABLES, PAYABLES AND TRANSFERS The composition of interfund balances as of June 30, 2017, is as follows: Due to Other Funds Roripaugh Other Internal General Ranch Governmental Service Fund Fund Funds Funds Totals Due from Other Funds: General Fund $ - $ - $ 328,964 $ $ 328,964 Capital Outlay - Capital Projects Fund 3,881,041 101,256 82,500 4,064,797 Internal Service Funds - - - 350,513 350,513 Total $ 3,881,041 $ 101,256 $ 411,464 $ 350,513 $ 4,744,274 The amounts due to the General Fund from Other Governmental funds were for temporary negative cash deficits. The amounts due to the Capital Outlay — Capital Projects Fund were for reimbursement of capital expenditures from the Roripaugh Ranch Capital Projects Fund, General Fund, and CDBG Fund. The amounts due to the Technology Replacement Fund were for temporary negative cash deficits from the Information Technology Fund. The composition of the City's interfund transfers as of June 30, 2017, are as follows: Transfers In Transfers Out Community Other Services Measure A Roripaugh Governmental General Fund District Fund Capital Outlay Ranch Funds Totals General Fund $ - $ 9,293 $ - $ - $ $ 2,249,027 $ 2,258,320 Community Services District 5,188,229 - 14,582 - 5,202,811 Capital Outlay - Capital Projects Fund 6,275,973 910,000 - 185,118 5,302,573 12,673,664 Other Governmental Funds 2,435,020 2,435,020 Internal Services Funds 225,000 19.651 244,651 Total S 14.124.222 S 284L4 $ 910,000 $ 14,582 $ 185.118 S 7.551.60(1 $ 22,814,466 Other Governmental Funds made transfers to the General Fund for street related repairs and maintenance. The General Fund made transfers to the Community Services District for operating subsidies. The General Fund, Measure A Fund — Special Revenue Fund, Roripaugh Ranch — Capital Projects Fund, and Other Governmental Funds made transfers to the Capital Outlay — Capital Projects Fund to provide funding for capital improvement projects. The General Fund made transfers to the Other Governmental Funds to provide for debt service payments. The General Fund made transfers to the Technology Replacement and Information Systems Internal Service Fund in order to fund the City on purchasing information technology supplies. The Community Services District made transfers to the General Fund due to close out of the Intern Fellowship Fund. The Capital Outlay — Capital Projects Fund made transfers to the Community Services District for the remaining balance of the Public Arts Fund. 80 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 6 — LONG TERM LIABILITIES The following is a summary of the Governmental Activities long-term liability transactions for the year ended June 30, 2017: Governmental Activities 2011 Financing Lease Capital Lease Payable Claims Payable Compensated Absences 2011 Financine Lease Balance at July 1, 2016 $ 21,759,000 803,534 299,259 1,563,040 $ 24,424,833 Balance at Due Within Additions Deletions June 30 2017 One Year $ - $ 1,343,000 $20,416,000 $ 1,389,000 22,000 182,141 643,393 170,098 66,306 57,500 308,065 277,258 1 130 600 1 332 540 1,361,100 340 275 $ 1 218 906 $ 2 915 181 $ 22,728,558 $ 2,176,631 In December 2011, the City of Temecula, working together with the Temecula Public Financing Authority, entered into a lease agreement in the amount of $26,835,000 for the purpose of leasing certain parcels of real property and enabling the City to refinance the construction of various community recreation facilities and, in particular, to provide for the refunding of the $6,465,000 Certificates of Participation (2001 Capital Improvement Financing Project) and to refinance the construction of the Temecula Civic Center and, in particular to provide for the refunding of the $24,535,000 Certificates of Participation (2008 Temecula Civic Center Financing Project). The interest components of the lease payments have been calculated based on an interest rate of 3.75% per annum, on the basis of a 360 -day year of twelve 30 -day months. The amount of principal and interest outstanding as of June 30, 2017, is $20,416,000 and $5,704,997, respectively. Principal and interest paid for during the current year totaled $2,140,222. The future debt service requirements on the 2011 Financing Lease are as follows: Year Ending June 30 Principal Interest Total 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023-2027 2028-2032 Total Capital Lease Payable $ 1,389,000 1,439,000 1,493,000 1,547,000 1,485,000 6,313,000 6,750,000 $ 746,231 693,450 638,719 581,981 523,144 1,904,784 616,688 $ 2,135,231 2,132,450 2,131,719 2,128,981 2,008,144 8,217,784 7,366,688 20,416,000 $ 5,704,997 $ 26,120,997 The assets acquired through capital leases are as follows: Equipment Less: Accumulated depreciation Governmental Activities $ 1,215,422 (566,071) $ 649351 81 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 6 — LONG TERM LIABILITIES (CONTINUED) The future minimum lease obligations and the net present value of these minimum lease payments are as follows: Year Ending Governmental June 30, Activities 2018 $ 170,098 2019 163,828 2020 156,798 2021 154,068 Total minimum lease payments 644,792 Less: amounts representing interest (1,399) Present value of minimum lease payments $ 643,393 Claims Payable The claims liability of $308,065 is included in the internal service funds in the fund financial statements and is reported as a liability for governmental activities in the government -wide financial statements. Compensated Absences The outstanding liability for compensated absences earned at June 30, 2017, was $1,361,100. This liability represents the total unpaid vacation and compensation time earned by employees of the City in its governmental activities which is primarily liquidated from the general fund and internal service fund. NOTE 7— INSURANCE PROGRAMS The City is exposed to various risks of loss related to torts, theft, damage and destruction of assets, errors and omissions, road and walkway design hazards, vehicle accidents, and natural disasters for which the City maintains various insurance programs. The City has entered into contracts to supervise and administer these programs. General Liability The City is self-insured for General and Auto Liability claims up to $150,000. For amounts in excess of $150,000 and up to $10,000,000 per occurrence with an aggregate coverage of $10,000,000, the City has purchased insurance coverage. Liabilities are recorded when it is probable that a loss has occurred and the amount of the loss can be reasonably estimated. Liabilities include an amount for claims that have been incurred but not reported (IBNR). The liability for claims and judgments is reported in the appropriate Internal Service Fund. An amount for current claims payable is calculated based on the current year expenses and the remainder is shown as noncurrent claims payable. 82 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 7 — INSURANCE PROGRAMS (CONTINUED) Changes in claims payable for the years ended June 30, 2016, and June 30, 2017, are as follows: Liability as of June 30, 2015 $ 339,951 Claims and changes in estimates during the year ended June 30, 2016 70,532 Claim payments during the year ended June 30, 2016 (111,224) Liability as of June 30, 2016 $ 299,259 Claims and changes in estimates during the year ended June 30, 2017 $ 66,306 Claim payments during the year ended June 30, 2017 (57,500) Liability as of June 30, 2017 $ 308,065 The ultimate amount of losses incurred through June 30, 2017, is dependent on future developments. Based upon information from the City Attorney, the City's claims administrators and others involved with the administration of the insurance programs, City management believes the accrual is adequate to cover such losses. Workers Compensation The City adopted a self-insured worker's compensation program during the fiscal year ended June 30, 2015, which is administered by a third party administrator. The City has a self-insured retention of up to $500,000 on each claim. Coverage in excess of the self-insured amount is provided by New York Maine and General Insurance Company at statutory amounts for workers' compensation. The City did not incur or pay any workers compensation claims during the fiscal year. Settled claims have not exceeded any of the City's coverage amounts in any of the last three fiscal years and there were no reductions in the City's coverage during the year ended June 30, 2017. NOTE 8 — PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM A. General Information about the Pension Plan Plan Descriptions — All qualified permanent probationary employees are eligible to participate in the City's Miscellaneous Plan, an agent multiple employer defined benefit pension plan administered by the California Public Employees Retirement System (Ca1PERS), which acts as a common investment and administrative agent for its participating member employers. Benefit provisions under the Plan are established by State statute and City resolution. Ca1PERS issues publicly available reports that include a full description of the pension plan regarding benefit provisions, assumptions and membership information that can be found on the Ca1PERS website at http://www.calpers. ca.gov/index. j ap?bc=/about/forms-pubs/calpers-reports/actuarial-reports/home. xml. Benefits Provided — CaLPERS provides retirement and disability benefits, annual cost of living adjustments and death benefits to plan members, who must be public employees and beneficiaries. Benefits are based on years of credited service, equal to one year of full time employment. Members with five years of total service are eligible to retire at age 50 with statutorily reduced benefits. All members are eligible for non -duty disability benefits after 10 years of service. The death benefit is one of the following: the Basic Death benefit, the 1957 Survivor Benefit, or the Optional Settlement 2W Death Benefit. The cost of living adjustments for each plan are applied as specified by the Public Employees' Retirement Law. 83 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 8 — PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM (CONTINUED) A. General Information about the Pension Plan (Continued) The Plan's provisions and benefits in effect at June 30, 2017, are summarized as follows: Miscellaneous Prior to September On or after to On or after Hire Date 24, 2011 September 24, 2011 January 1, 2013 Formula 2.7% @ 55 2.0% @ 60 2% @ 62 Benefit vesting schedule 5 years of service 5 years of service 5 years of service Benefit payments monthly for life monthly for life monthly for life Retirement age 50-55 50-63 52-67 Monthly benefits, as a % of annual salary 2.0% to 2.7% 1.092% to 2.418% 1.0% to 2.5% Required employee contribution rates 8.00% 8.00% 6.75% Required employer contribution rates 25.082% 25.082% 6.750% Employees Covered — At June 30, 2017, the following employees were covered by the benefit terms for the Plan: Miscellaneous Inactive employees or beneficiaries currently receiving benefits 107 Inactive employees entitled to but not yet receiving benefits 122 Active employees 187 Total 416 Contributions — Section 20814(c) of the California Public Employees' Retirement Law requires that the employer contribution rates for all public employers are determined on an annual basis by the actuary and shall be effective on July 1 following notice of a change in rate. The total plan contributions are determined through Ca1PERS' annual actuarial valuation process. The actuarially determined rate is the estimated amount necessary to finance the costs of benefits earned by employees during the year, with an additional amount to finance any unfunded accrued liability. The employer is required to contribute the difference between the actuarially determined rate and the contribution rate of employees. For the year ended June 30, 2017, the City paid 4% of the employees required contribution (for those hired before January 1, 2013). The City contributed $3,310,314 during the fiscal year. B. Net Pension Liability The City's net pension liability for the Plan was measured as the total pension liability, less the pension plan's fiduciary net position. The net pension liability of the Plan was measured using an annual actuarial valuation as of June 30, 2015 rolled forward to June 30, 2016 using standard update procedures. A summary of principal assumptions and methods used to determine the total pension liability is shown below. 84 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 8 — PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM (CONTINUED) B. Net Pension Liability (Continued) Actuarial Assumptions — The total pension liability was determined using the following actuarial assumptions: Valuation Date Measurement Date Actuarial Cost Method Actuarial Assumptions: Discount Rate (4) Inflation Payroll Growth Projected Salary Increase Investment Rate of Return Mortality Miscellaneous June 30, 2015 June 30, 2016 Entry -Age Normal Cost Method 7.65% 2.75% 3.0% 3.3% - 14.2% (1) 7.65% (2) (3) (1) Depending on age, service and type of employment. (2) Net of pension plan investment expenses, including inflation. (3) The underlying mortality assumptions and all other actuarial assumptions used in the June 30, 2015, valuation were based on the results of a January 2014 actuarial experience study for the period of 1997 to 2011. Further details of the Experience Study can be found on the Ca1PERS website at: http://www.calpers.ca.gov/index jsp?bc=/about/forms-pubs/calpers-reports/actuarial-reports.xml. The long-term expected rate of return on pension plan investments was determined using a building-block method in which best -estimate ranges of expected future real rates of return (expected returns, net of pension plan investment expense and inflation) are developed for each major asset class. In determining the long-term expected rate of return, Ca1PERS took into account both short-term and long-term market return expectations as well as the expected pension fund cash flows. Such cash flows were developed assuming that both members and employers will make their required contributions on time and as scheduled in all future years. Using historical returns of all the funds' asset classes, expected compound (geometric) returns were calculated over the short-term (first 10 years) and the long-term (11- 60 years) using a building-block approach. Using the expected nominal returns for both short-term and long-term, the present value of benefits was calculated for each fund. The expected rate of return was set by calculating the single equivalent expected return that arrived at the same present value of benefits for cash flows as the one calculated using both short-term and long-term returns. The expected rate of return was then set equivalent to the single equivalent rate calculated above and rounded down to the nearest one quarter of one percent. 85 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 8 — PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM (CONTINUED) B. Net Pension Liability (Continued ) The table below reflects long-term expected real rate of return by asset class. The rate of return was calculated using the capital market assumptions applied to determine the discount rate and asset allocation. Asset Class Global Equity Global Fixed Income Inflation Sensitive Private Equity Real Estate Infrastructure and Forestland Liquidity Target Allocation 51% 20% 6% 10% 10% 2% 1% Total 100% (1) An inflation rate of 2.5% was used for this period. (2) An inflation rate of 3.0% was used for this period. Real Return Years 1 - 10 (1) 5.25% 0.99% 0.45% 6.83% 4.50% 4.50% -0.55% Real Return Years 11+ (2) 5.71% 2.43% 3.36% 6.95% 5.13% 5.09% -1.05% Discount Rate — The discount rate used to measure the total pension liability was 7.65 percent. To determine whether the municipal bond rate should be used in the calculation of a discount rate for each plan, Ca1PERS stress tested plans that would most likely result in a discount rate that would be different from the actuarially assumed discount rate. Based on the testing, none of the tested plans run out of assets. Therefore, the current 7.65 percent discount rate is adequate and the use of the municipal bond rate calculation was not necessary. The long-term expected discount rate of 7.65 percent is applied to all plans in the Public Employees Retirement Fund. The stress test results are presented in a detailed reported call "GASB Crossover Testing Report" that can be obtained at Ca1PERS' website under the GASB 68 section. C. Changes in the Net Pension Liability The changes in the Net Pension Liability for the Plan are as follows: Increase (Decrease) Balance at June 30, 2015 measurement date Changes in the year: Service Cost Interest on the total pension liability Differences between Expected and Actual Experience Contribution - employer Contribution - employee Projected investment earnings Differences between projected and actual eamings on plan investments Benefit payments, including refunds of employee contributions Administrative expense Net changes Balance at June 30, 2016 measurement date total Pension Liability 1-97477976— $ 2,396,791 7,218,301 340,900 (3,238,788) 6,717,204 Plan f'iauciary Net Pension Net Position Liability/(Asset) 66,952,291 27,484,695 3,153,160 1,122,240 5,107,709 (4,734,962) (3,238,788) (40,804) $ 2,396,791 7,218,301 340,900 (3,153,160) (1,122,240) (5,107,709) 4,734,962 40,804 1,368,555 5,348,649 $ 101,154,190 $ 68,320,846 $ 32,833,344 86 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 8 — PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM (CONTINUED) C. Changes in the Net Pension Liability (Continued) Sensitivity of the Net Pension Liability to Changes in the Discount Rate — The following presents the net pension liability of the City for the Plan, calculated using the discount rate for each Plan, as well as what the City's net pension liability would be if it were calculated using a discount rate that is 1 -percentage point lower or 1 -percentage point higher than the current rate: 1% Decrease Net Pension Liability Current Discount Rate Net Pension Liability 1% Increase Net Pension Liability Miscellaneous 6.65% $ 47,880,195 7.65% $ 32,833,344 8.65% $ 20,518,849 Pension Plan Fiduciary Net Position — Detailed information about the City's pension plans' fiduciary net position is available in the separately issued Ca1PERS financial reports. D. Pension Expense and Deferred Outflows / Inflows of Resources Related to Pensions For the year ended June 30, 2017, the City recognized pension expense of $3,563,754. At June 30, 2017, the City reported deferred outflows of resources and deferred inflows of resources related to pensions from the following sources: Deferred Outflows Deferred Inflows of of Resources Resources Pension contributions subsequent to measurement date $ 3,310,314 $ Changes of Assumptions (961,992) Differences between Expected and Actual Experience 257,754 (142,932) Net differences between projected and actual earnings on plan investments 3,696,031 Total 7,264,099 $ (1,104,924) The amount of $3,310,314 reported as deferred outflows of resources related to contributions subsequent to the measurement date will be recognized as a reduction of the net pension liability in the year ended June 30, 2018. Other amounts reported as deferred outflows of resources and deferred inflows of resources related to pensions will be recognized as pension expense as follows: Year ended June 30 2018 $ 137,807 2019 137,807 2020 1,617,940 2021 955,307 Total $ 2,848,861 87 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 9 — DEFERRED COMPENSATION PLAN Certain provisions of the Small Business Job Protection Act (the Act) affected Internal Revenue Code Section 457 plans by eliminating the requirement that Section 457 plan assets legally remain the assets of the sponsoring government. The Act requires that amounts deferred under a Section 457 plan be held in trust for the exclusive benefit of participating employees and not be accessible by the government or its creditors. The City has implemented GASB 32, "Accounting and Financial Reporting for Internal Revenue Code Section 457 Deferred Compensation Plans". The assets have been transferred into a trust, and are no longer subject to claims of the City's general creditors, and are no longer considered the assets of the City. The plan permits all City employees to defer a portion of their salary until future years. The amount deferred is not available to employees until termination, retirement, death or unavoidable emergency. NOTE 10 — DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PLAN The City provides pension benefits for all its project (part time, temporary) employees through a defined contribution plan held with a 3'3 party administrator. Any amendment to the program is designated to the City Manager as the City's "Administrator" of the plan. The plan's administrator is Nationwide Retirement/OBRA. In a defined contribution plan, benefits depend solely on amounts contributed to the plan plus investment earnings. All project employees are eligible to participate from the date of employment. Federal legislation requires contributions of at least 7.5 percent to a retirement plan. The City contributes 3.75 percent of the employee's salary as deferred compensation. Additionally, employees contribute 3.75 percent of salary towards this program on a pre-tax basis. The contribution requirements are established and may be amended by the City and/or City Council. The City's contribution for each employee (and interest earned by the account) is fully vested immediately. For the year ended June 30, 2017, the City's payroll covered by the plan was $992,628. The City made employer contributions of $37,226 (3.75% of current covered payroll), and employees contributed $37,226 (3.75% of current covered payroll). NOTE 11— LITIGATION, COMMITMENTS AND CONTINGENT LL4BILITIES Grant Audit Contingencies Under the terms of federal and state grants, periodic audits are required and certain costs may be questioned as not being appropriate expenditures under the terms of the grants. Such audits could lead to reimbursement to the grantor agencies. City management believes disallowances, if any, will be immaterial. Other Contingencies A large local vendor has advised the City of certain errors in sales tax remittances. The City does not know whether the sales tax revenues have been earned or will be adjusted in subsequent years. The City has currently recognized an unearned revenue in the amount of $1,111,753 in the general fund as an estimate of how much sales tax has been received but not earned. Litigation The government is a defendant in various lawsuits. Although the outcome of these lawsuits is not presently determinable, in the opinion of the government's counsel the resolution of these matters will not have a material adverse effect on the financial condition of the government. 88 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 11 — LITIGATION, COMMITMENTS AND CONTINGENT LIABILITIES (CONTINUED) Construction Commitments The City has active construction projects as of June 30, 2017. The projects include signals, streets and drainage, bridges, trails, landscape and facilities. At fiscal year-end, the City's encumbrances with contractors were as follows: Streets and drainage Sidewalks Parks Interchanges Bridges Equipment Buildings Total Spent -to -date $ 2,736,225 852,677 942,619 1,221,399 799,500 603,596 486,220 $ 7,642,236 Remaining Commitments $ 8,771,377 478,782 2,281,154 28,469,482 139,204 93,685 531,654 $ 40,765,338 NOTE 12 — AFFORDABLE HOUSING GRANT AND LOAN AGREEMENTS The City has the following Notes Receivable outstanding at the end of June 30, 2017 reported in the Housing Asset Fund: First Time Home Buyers Program Dalton Partners, LLP OPA 28500 Pujol Street DDA Temecula Gardens, L.P. OPA Summerhouse OPA AMCAL Pujol Fund L.P. OPA Total First Time Home Buyers Program City Housing Special Revenue Fund $ 43,392 6,300,000 3,431,090 362,950 10,162,171 6,513,483 26,813,086 The former Temecula Redevelopment Agency sponsored a program to help first time home buyers afford a home in Temecula. This program is called the First Time Buyers Program. It provides a 30 -year second mortgage at 5 percent interest to qualified buyers. The maximum assistance is 20 percent of the purchase price plus closing costs up to a maximum of $65,000. The loan is deferred for the first 5 years, and then fully amortized in years 6 to 30. Pursuant to AB X1 26 and AB 1484, the former Redevelopment Agency was able to transfer these loans to the City Housing Successor effective February 1, 2012. The balance due to the City Housing Successor at June 30, 2017, is $43,392. 89 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 12 —AFFORDABLE HOUSING GRANT AND LOAN AGREEMENTS (CONTINUED) Dalton Partners LLP Owner Participation Agreements The City Housing Successor has two notes receivable in the amounts of $3,000,000 and $3,300,000 from Dalton Partners LLC, a California Limited Liability Company (the LLC). The funds were loaned to the LLC under two separate Owner Participation Agreements (the OPAs) under which the LLC was to develop and operate a mixed used development including providing affordable housing. The notes are secured as second trust deed for a term of 55 years and will be forgiven if there are no violations of the covenants of the OPAs. If there is a violation of covenants of the OPA, the City Housing Successor can require full payment of the principal. 28500 Puiol Street Disposition and Development Agreement The City Housing Successor has a note receivable in the amount of $2,615,000 from 28500 Pujol Street, a California Limited Partnership (the Partnership). The funds were loaned to the Partnership under a Disposition and Development Agreement (the DDA) dated in 2003 under which the Partnership developed affordable housing. The note is due 55 years from the date of the note (August 1, 2004) with interest accrued at a rate of 3 percent. Fifty percent of the residual receipts as defined in the DDA for each calendar year are due March 15 of the following year. Any residual receipts are to be applied to the accrued interest. Any unpaid interest is added to the note. As of June 30, 2017, the total due from the Partnership amounted to $3,431,090 which included $816,090 of accrued interest. Temecula Gardens. L.P. Owner Participation Agreement The City Housing Successor has a note receivable in the amount of $305,000 from Temecula Gardens, L.P., a California Limited Partnership (the LP). The funds were loaned to the LP under an Owner Participation Agreement (the OPA) under which the LP was to develop real property. The note is secured by a deed of trust encumbering the property with interest accrued at 1 percent. As of June 30, 2017, the total due from the Partnership amounted to $362,950 which included $57,950 of accrued interest. Summerhouse Owner Participation Agreement The former Temecula Redevelopment Agency has an agreement with Summerhouse Housing Associates, L.P. (the LP) to loan up to $8,438,595 for the cost of acquiring a site and construction of 110 affordable housing units. Pursuant to AB X1 26 and AB 1484, the Redevelopment Agency transferred the agreement to the City Housing Successor effective February 1, 2013. Interest at a rate of 3 percent will accrue beginning at the date of the loan (September 22, 2009) and the loan shall be repaid 55 years from the date of the issuance of the Certificate of Completion. Also, funds were loaned to the LP under an Owner Participation Agreement (the OPA) under which the LP was to develop and operate a development providing for affordable housing. The note is secured as a second trust deed for a term of 55 years. At the end of 55 years, the LP has the option to enter into a new regulatory agreement to extend the terms of the OPA or pay the loan in its entirety. The full amount of the loan has been disbursed to the LP. The outstanding balance due to the City Housing Fund is $10,162,171 which included $1,723,576 in accrued interest. 90 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 12 — AFFORDABLE HOUSING GRANT AND LOAN AGREEMENTS (CONTINUED) AMCAL Puiol Fund L.P. Owner Participation Agreement The former Temecula Redevelopment Agency has an Owner Participation Agreement (OPA) dated February 22, 2011, with AMCAL Pujol Fund L.P., a California limited partnership (the Partnership) to grant up to $5,579,000 for land acquisition, construction, and permanent financing of a 45 unit apartment affordable housing project. Pursuant to AB X1 26 and AB 1484, the former Redevelopment Agency transferred the agreement to the City Housing Successor effective February 1, 2013. The project will have a 55 -year covenant restricting the units to low income households as defined by California Health and Safety Code. The funds are disbursed in phases based on specific project milestones and is secured by a Deed of Trust. Interest is not to exceed 3 percent and will accrue on any outstanding amounts. Amounts owed will be forgiven if there are no violations of the covenants of the OPA. As of June 30, 2017, the full amount of the loan has been disbursed to the LP. The outstanding balance due to the City Housing Fund is $6,513,483. NOTE 13 — NON COMMITMENT DEBT Special Tax Bonds Neither the faith and credit nor the taxing power of the City or agency is pledged to the payment of the six bond issuances disclosed below. Therefore, the bonds are not included in the financial statements. In September 2003, the City of Temecula Assessment District No. 03-4 (John Warner Road) issued $1,210,000 in special tax bonds. The bonds were issued to finance the cost of certain road and drainage improvements in the District, pay interest on the bonds for a revenue derived by the District from the levy of the special taxes and are secured by a first limited period, pay administrative costs, pay the costs of issuing the bonds and make a deposit to the reserve fund for the bonds. The bonds are payable from special tax pledge of all the special tax revenues and monies deposited in certain funds. At June 30, 2017, these bonds had an outstanding balance of $340,000. In August 2005, the Temecula Financing Authority Community Facilities District No. 03-1 (Crowne Hill District) issued $3,865,000 in special tax bonds (Series B). The bonds were issued to finance the acquisition and construction of improvements in the District, pay administrative costs, pay the costs of issuing the bonds, and to make a deposit to the reserve fund for the bonds. The bonds are payable from special tax revenues derived by the District from the levy of the special taxes and are secured by a first pledge of all the special tax revenues and monies deposited in certain funds. At June 30, 2017, these bonds had an outstanding balance of $2,165,000. In July 2012, the Temecula Public Financing Authority Community Facilities District No. 03-03 (Wolf Creek) issued $26,020,000 Special Tax Refunding Bonds. The bonds were issued to refund CFD 03-03 (Wolf Creek) 2003 Special Tax Bonds, pay for the costs of issuing the 2012 Bonds and establish a Reserve Fund for the 2012 Bonds. The bonds are payable from special tax revenues derived by the District from the levy of special taxes and are secured by a first pledge of all the special tax revenues and monies deposited in certain funds. At June 30, 2017, these bonds had an outstanding balance of $22,670,000. In July 2012, the Temecula Public Financing Authority Community Facilities District No. 03-06 (Harveston II) issued $4,400,000 Special Tax Refunding Bonds. The bonds were issued to defease and redeem CFD 03-06 (Harveston II) 2004 Special Tax Bonds, pay for the costs of issuing the 2012 Bonds and establish a Reserve Fund for the 2012 Bonds. The bonds are payable from special tax revenues derived by the District from the levy of special taxes and are secured by a first pledge of all the special tax revenues and monies deposited in certain funds. At June 30, 2017, these bonds had an outstanding balance of $3,815,000. 91 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 13 — NON COMMITMENT DEBT (CONTINUED) Special Tax Bonds (Continued) In July 2012, the Temecula Public Financing Authority Community Facilities District No. 03-01 (Crowne Hill) issued $10,440,000 Special Tax Refunding Bonds. The bonds were issued to defease and redeem CFD 03-01 (Crowne Hill) 2003 Special Tax Bonds, pay for the costs of issuing the 2012 Bonds, and establish a Reserve Fund for the 2012 Bonds. The bonds are payable from special tax revenues derived by the District from the levy of special taxes and are secured by a first pledge of all the special tax revenues and monies deposited in certain funds. At June 30, 2017, these bonds had an outstanding balance of $8,985,000. In December 2016, the Temecula Public Financing Authority Community Facilities District No. 01-02 (Harveston) issued $13,425,000 Special Tax Refunding Bonds. The bonds were issued to refund aggregate outstanding principal amount of the CFD (Harveston) 2006 Series A and 2006 Series B, pay for the cost of issuing the 2006 Bonds. The bond is payable from special tax revenues derived by the deposited in certain funds. At June 30, 2017, these bonds had an outstanding balance of $13,425,000. In March 2017, the Temecula Public Financing Authority Community Facilities District No. 16-01 (Roripaugh Ranch) issued $42,815,000 in Special Tax Bonds. The bonds were issued to refund a portion of the 2006 CFD No. 03-02 (Roripaugh Ranch) outstanding principal, pay for the cost of improvements, cost of issuance and establish a Reserve Fund for the 2017 bonds. The bonds are payable from special tax revenues derived by the District from the levy of special taxes and are secured by a first pledge of all the special tax revenues and monies deposited in certain funds. The outstanding balance as of June 30, 2017 is $42,815,000. In March 2017, the Temecula Public Financing Authority Community Facility District No. 03-02 (Roripaugh Ranch) issued $10,020,000 in Special Tax Refunding Bonds to refund a portion of the 2006 Series, pay for the cost of issuance and establish a Reserve Fund for the 2017 bonds. The bonds are payable from special tax revenues derived by the District from the levy of special taxes and are secured by a first pledge of all the special tax revenues and monies deposited in certain funds. The outstanding balance as of June 30, 2017 is $10,020,000. NOTE 14 — POST EMPLOYMENT BENEFITS Plan Description The City provides other postemployment benefits (OPEB) through the California Employers' Retiree Benefit Fund (CERBT), an agent multiple -employer defined benefit healthcare plan administered by the California Public Employees' Retirement System (Ca1PERS), by currently contributing a predetermined monthly maximum of $1,090 from July 1, 2013 through September 30, 2013, and $1,198 from October 1, 2013 through June 30, 2017, for each eligible retiree and spouse towards health insurance. These benefits are provided per contract between the City and the employee associations. Separate financial statements for the CERBT may be obtained by writing to Ca1PERS at Lincoln Plaza North 400 Q Street, Sacramento, California 95814 or by visiting the Ca1PERS website at www.calpers.ca.gov. 92 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 14 — POST EMPLOYMENT BENEFITS (CONTINUED) Funding Policy The contribution requirements of plan members and the City are established and may be amended by the City, City Council and/or the employee associations. Currently, contributions are not required from plan members. The City pays a mandated monthly subsidy regardless of coverage elected of $115. The purpose of the contributions was to cover the required contribution rate of 11.5 percent of annual covered payroll (annual payroll of active employees covered by the plan) and to prefund benefits. As a result, the City calculated and recorded a Net OPEB Asset, representing the difference between the Annual Required Contribution (ARC) and actual contributions, as presented in the following table: Annual Required Contribution (ARC) Adjustment for interest Adjustment to ARC Annual OPEB cost Contributions made (Increase) decrease in Net OPEB asset Net OPEB Obligation (asset) July 1, 2016 Net OPEB Obligation (asset) June 30, 2017 $ 1,558,000 (162,000) 140,000 1,536,000 (606,561) 929,439 (2,323,141) $ (1,3937702) The contribution rate of 1.5% is based on the ARC of $1,558,000, an amount actuarially determined in accordance with the parameters of GASB Statement No. 45. The ARC represents a level of funding that, if paid on an ongoing basis is projected to cover the annual normal cost and the amortization of unfunded actuarial liabilities (or funding excess) over a thirty year period. Annual OPEB Costs and Net OPEB Obligation (Asset) For the fiscal year 2016-2017, the City's contribution amount of $606,561 was less than that the annual OPEB cost (expense) of $1,536,000 which has reduced in the Net OPEB Asset by $929,439. Fiscal Year Ending 6/30/2015 6/30/2016 6/30/2017 Annual OPEB Cost $ 474,045 1,475,000 1,536,000 Funded Status and Funding Progress Actual Contribution (Net of Adjustments) $ 564,082 690,617 606,561 Percentage of Annual OPEB Cost Contributed 119% 47% 39% Net OPEB Obligation (Asset) $ (3,107,524) (2,323,141) (1,393,702) Actuarial valuations of an ongoing plan involve estimates of the value of reported amounts and assumptions about the probability of occurrence of events far into the future. Examples include assumptions about future employment, mortality, and the healthcare cost trend. Amounts determined regarding the funded status of the plan and the annual required contributions of the City are subject to continual revision as actual results are compared with past expectations and new estimates are made about the future. 93 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 14 — POST EMPLOYMENT BENEFITS (CONTINUED) Funded Status and Funding Progress (Continued) The funded status of the plan as of the most recent valuation is as follows: Unfunded UAAL as a Actuarial Actuarial Actuarial Actuarial Percentage of Valuation Value of Accrued Accrued Funded Covered Covered Date Assets Liabilities Liability Ratio Payroll Payroll 6/30/2015 $ 5,623,000 $ 19,649,000 $ 14,026,000 28.6% $ 12,758,000 109.94% Actuarial Methods and Assumptions Changes in assumptions — The City made several assumption changes in the June 30, 2015 actuarial valuation. The assumptions included in the prior year valuation that have been changed include: 1) value of the implied subsidy was revalued; 2) discount rate lowered from 7.10% to 7.00%; 3) Affordable Care Act Excise Tax estimate included; 4) medical trend increased; 5) fixed dollar cap assumed to annually increase at 3% (no increases in prior valuation); 6) mortality improvement projection added; and 7) demographic assumptions updated to reflect more recent Ca1PERS Experience Study. Projections of benefits for financial reporting purposes are based on the substantive plan (the plan as understood by the employer and the plan members) and include the types of benefits provided at the time of each valuation and the historical pattern of sharing of benefit costs between the employer and plan members to that point. The actuarial methods and assumptions used include techniques that are designed to reduce the effects of short-term volatility in the actuarial accrued liabilities and the actuarial value of assets, consistent with the long-term perspective of the calculations. In the June 30, 2015, actuarial valuation, the Entry Age Normal, Level Percent of Payroll actuarial cost method was used. The actuarial assumptions include an inflation rate of 3.00%, aggregate payroll increases of 3.25%, 7.00% investment rate of return, which is based on an expected return for asset allocation 1 published in the Statement of Investment Policy for the California Employers' Retiree Benefit Trust (CERBT) Fund, and annual healthcare cost trend rate of 3.00%. The actuarial value of assets is set equal to the reported market value of assets. The UAAL is being amortized as a level percentage of payroll over 28 years on an closed basis. The number of active participants is 187. NOTE 15 — CALIFORNIA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCYDISSOLUTION On July 18, 2011, the California Redevelopment Association ("CRA") and the League of California Cities ("League") filed a petition for writ of mandate with the California Supreme Court, requesting the Court to declare unconstitutional two bills that were passed as part of the 2011-12 State Budget, AB 1X 26 and 27 (California Redevelopment Association v. Matosantos). AB 1X 26 dissolves redevelopment agencies effective October 1, 2011. AB 1X 27 gave redevelopment agencies an option to avoid dissolution if it commits to making defined payments for the benefit of the State, school districts and certain special districts. In 2011-12, these payments amounted to a state-wide total of $1.7 billion. In 2012-13 and subsequent years, the payments totaled $400 million, annually. Each city or county's share of these payments was determined based on its proportionate share of state-wide tax increment. 94 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 15 — CALIFORNIA REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY DISSOLUTION (CONTINUED) On December 29, 2011, the California Supreme Court upheld Assembly Bill 1X 26 (Bill) that provided for the dissolution of all redevelopment agencies in the State of California. This action impacted the reporting entity of the City of Temecula that previously had reported the redevelopment agency as a blended component unit. The Bill provides that upon dissolution of a redevelopment agency, either the County or another unit of local government will agree to serve as the "successor agency" to hold the assets until they are distributed to other units of state and local government. Effective February 1, 2012, the City became the Successor Agency for the former redevelopment agency in accordance with the Bill. Prior to the dissolution, the City loaned the former redevelopment agency $5,250,954 for the allocation to the Supplemental Education Revenue Augmentation ("SERAF") pursuant to the Health and Safety Code Section 33690(c). All amounts due are reported the City Housing fund. In the opinion of management, and in consultation with its legal counsel, the amounts owed to the City for advances by the former Temecula Redevelopment Agency were for legitimate redevelopment purposes. Further, management asserts that it has complied with AB 1X 26, as amended by AB 1484, and intends to perform all actions required under Health and Safety Code Section (HSC) 34191.4 to ensure collectability of the amount outstanding. On April 26, 2013, the City received notification of the "Finding of Completion" from the California State Department of Finance (DOF), which allows for: 1) loan agreements between the former redevelopment agency and City may be placed on the ROPS as an enforceable obligation, provided the oversight board makes a finding that the loan was for a legitimate redevelopment purpose per California Health and Safety Code (HSC) Section 34191.4(b)(1), and 2) utilizing proceeds derived from bonds issued prior to January 1, 2011 in a manner consistent with the original bond covenants per HSC section 34191.4(c). NOTE 16 — SUCCESSOR AGENCY TRUST FOR ASSETS OF FORMER REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY Subject to the control of a newly established oversight board, remaining assets of the Successor Agency can only be used to pay enforceable obligations in existence at the date of dissolution (including the completion of any unfinished projects that were subject to legally enforceable contractual commitments). In future fiscal years, successor agencies will only be allocated revenue in the amount that is necessary to pay the estimated annual installment payments on enforceable obligations of the former redevelopment agency until all enforceable obligations of the prior redevelopment agency have been paid in full and all assets have been liquidated. The Bill directs the State Controller of the State of California to review the propriety of any transfers of assets between redevelopment agencies and other public bodies that occurred after January 1, 2011. If the public body that received such transfers is not contractually committed to a third party for the expenditure or encumbrance of those assets, the State Controller is required to order the available assets to be transferred to the public body designated as the successor agency by the Bill. Management believes, in consultation with legal counsel, that the obligations of the former redevelopment agency due to the City are valid enforceable obligations payable by the successor agency trust under the requirements of the Bill. The City's position on this issue is not a position of settled law and there is considerable legal uncertainty regarding this issue. It is reasonably possible that a legal determination may be made at a later date by an appropriate judicial authority that would resolve this issue unfavorably to the City. 95 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 16 — SUCCESSOR AGENCY TRUST FOR ASSETS OF FORMER REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CONTINUED) In accordance with the timeline set forth in the Bill (as modified by the California Supreme Court on December 29, 2011) all redevelopment agencies in the State of California were dissolved and ceased to operate as a legal entity as of February 1, 2012. After the date of dissolution, the assets and activities of the dissolved redevelopment agency are reported in a fiduciary fund (private -purpose trust fund) in the financial statements of the City. A. Cash and Investments Cash and investments reported in the accompanying financial statements consisted of the following: Cash and investments pooled with the City Cash and investments with fiscal agent B. Capital Assets An analysis of capital assets as of June 30, 2017, follows: $ 3,584,944 16,787,166 $ 20,372,110 Balance at Balance at July 1, 2016 Additions Deletions June 30, 2017 Capital Assets Not Being Depreciated: Land $ 3,819,108 $ $ - $ 3,819,108 Capital Assets, Being Depreciated: Buildings and structures 7,780 - 7,780 Infrastructure 35,266,726 - 35,266,726 Total Capital Assets Being Depreciated 35,274,506 35,274,506 Less Accumulated Depreciation for: Buildings and structures 7,780 - - 7,780 Infrastructure 6,065,295 1,179,997 7,245,292 Total Accumulated Depreciation 6,073,075 1,179,997 - 7,253,072 Total Capital Assets, Being Depreciated, Net 29,201,431 (1,179,997) - 28,021,434 Capital Assets, Net $ 33,020,539 $ (1,179,9971 $ - $ 31,840,542 96 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 16 — SUCCESSOR AGENCY TRUST FOR ASSETS OF FORMER REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CONTINUED) C. Long -Term Debt A description of long-term debt outstanding (excluding defeased debt) of the Successor Agency as of June 30, 2017, follows: Balance at Balance at Due Within July 1, 2016 Additions Deletions June 30, 2017 One Year Tax allocation bonds: 2002 TAB $ 22,465,000 $ - $ 625,000 $ 21,840,000 $ 655,000 2006 TAB Series A 15,620,000 320,000 15,300,000 335,000 2006 TAB Series B 2,695,000 65,000 2,630,000 70,000 2007 TAB 14,155,000 335,000 13,820,000 345,000 2010 TAB Series B 12,440,000 290,000 12,150,000 300,000 2011 TAB Series A 16,225,000 225,000 16,000,000 240,000 83,600,000 1,860,000 81,740,000 1,945,000 Less: bond discount (601,215) - 25,539 (575,676) Total Long -Term Debt $ 82,998,785 $ - $ 1,885,539 8 81.164.324 S 1.945,000 Tax Allocation Bonds 2002 Tax Allocation Bonds: In April of 2002 the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula issued $28,055,000 of 2002 Tax Allocation Bonds consisting entirely of current interest bonds. The proceeds from the bonds were used to refund the Agency's Redevelopment Project No. I 1993 Series A Tax Allocation Bonds; discharge an obligation pursuant to the County Pass -Through Agreement of the Agency to the County of Riverside, finance redevelopment activities within or of benefit to the Project Area and provide for the costs of issuing the 2002 Bonds, including the premium for the financial guaranty insurance policy and Debt Service Reserve Surety Bond. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the 2002 Bonds, together with certain funds made available through the defeasance of the refunded bonds, were deposited in trust with an escrow agent to provide the remaining debt service payments on the refunded debt. The trust invests solely in direct obligations of the United States Government. The advanced refunding met the requirements of an in -substance defeasance. The Project 1993 bonds were removed from the RDA's long-term debt. The defeased debt was called on June 10, 2002. This liability was transferred to the Successor Agency upon dissolution of the Redevelopment Agency. The 2002 Tax Allocation Bonds consist of: (1) $9,030,000 of Serial Bonds with annual interest rates ranging from 3.0% to 5.0%, maturing on August 1 of each year beginning in 2003 through 2020 in amounts ranging from $95,000 to $755,000; (2) $6,485,000 of 5.125% Term Bonds due August 1, 2027 and (3) $12,540,000 of 5.250% Term Bonds due August 1, 2036. The outstanding balance of the bonds as of June 30, 2017 is $21,840,000. 97 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 16 — SUCCESSOR AGENCY TRUST FOR ASSETS OF FORMER REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CONTINUED) C. Long -Term Debt (Continued) The bonds are payable solely from and secured by a pledge of a portion of property tax revenues, subject to the enforcement obligation process. The future debt service requirements on these bonds are as follows: Year Ending June 30, Principal Interest Total 2018 $ 655,000 $ 1,113,741 $ 1,768,741 2019 685,000 1,081,239 1,766,239 2020 720,000 1,046,456 1,766,456 2021 755,000 1,009,581 1,764,581 2022 795,000 970,334 1,765,334 2023-2026 4,620,000 4,181,706 8,801,706 2027-2032 5,940,000 2,824,356 8,764,356 2033-2037 7,670,000 1,047,900 8,717,900 $ 21,840,000 $ 13,275,313 $ 35,115 313 2006 Tax Allocation Bonds Series A and Series B Payable: In December 2006, the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula issued $18,105,000 2006 Tax Allocation Bonds Series A and $3,040,000 2006 Tax Allocation Bonds Series B. The proceeds of the bonds can be used to finance redevelopment activities within or of benefit to the Project Area, provide for the costs of issuing the 2006 Bonds, including the premium for a financial guaranty insurance policy for the Series A Bonds and the Series A Debt Service Reserve Surety Bond and establish a reserve account for the Series B Bonds. These liabilities were transferred to the Successor Agency upon dissolution of the Redevelopment Agency. The 2006 Series A Bonds consist of: 1) $6,345,000 of Serial Bonds with annual interest rates ranging from 4.0% to 4.2%, maturing on August 1 of each year beginning in 2007 through 2025 in amounts ranging from $235,000 to $460,000; 2) $2,600,000 of 4.25% Term Bonds due August 1, 2030, 3) $3,945,000 of 4.5% Term Bonds due August 1, 2036, and 4) $5,215,000 of 4.5% Term Bonds due August 1, 2038. The outstanding balance of the Series A Bonds as of June 30, 2017, is $15,300,000. The 2006 Series B Bonds consist of: 1) $885,000 of Serial Bonds with annual interest rates ranging from 3.95% to 4.85%, maturing on December 15 of each year beginning in 2010 through 2022 in amounts ranging from $50,000 to $90,000; 2) $390,000 of 5.0% Term Bonds due December 15, 2026, and 3) $1,765,000 of 5.0% Term Bonds due December 15, 2038. The outstanding balance of the Series B Bonds as of June 30, 2017, is $2,630,000. 98 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 16 - SUCCESSOR AGENCY TRUST FOR ASSETS OF FORMER REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CONTINUED) C. Long -Term Debt (Continued) 2006 Tax Allocation Bonds Series A and Series B Payable (Continued): The bonds are payable from property tax revenues, subject to the enforcement obligation process. The future debt service requirements on the 2006 Tax Allocation Bonds Series A are as follows: Year Ending June 30, Principal Interest Total 2018 $ 335,000 $ 660,336 $ 995,336 2019 350,000 646,636 996,636 2020 360,000 632,436 992,436 2021 375,000 617,736 992,736 2022 390,000 602,436 992,436 2023-2027 2,205,000 2,751,826 4,956,826 2028-2032 2,710,000 2,233,031 4,943,031 2033-2037 3,360,000 1,564,875 4,924,875 2038-2039 5,215,000 237,263 5,452 263 $ 15,300,000 $ 9,946,575 $ 25,246,575 The bonds are payable from property tax revenues, subject to the enforcement obligation process. The future debt service requirements on the 2006 Tax Allocation Bonds Series B are as follows: Year Ending June 30, Principal Interest Total 2018 $ 70,000 $ 128,618 $ 198,618 2019 75,000 125,264 200,264 2020 75,000 121,758 196,758 2021 80,000 118,095 198,095 2022 85,000 114,155 199,155 2023-2027 480,000 503,183 983,183 2028-2032 615,000 367,625 982,625 2032-2037 780,000 193,750 973,750 2038-2039 370,000 18,750 388,750 $ 2,630,000 $ 1,691,198 $ 4,321,198 99 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 16 — SUCCESSOR AGENCY TRUST FOR ASSETS OF FORMER REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CONTINUED) C. Long -Term Debt (Continued) 2007 Tax Allocation Bonds Payable: In October 2007, the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula issued $15,790,000 of 2007 Tax Allocation Bonds consisting entirely of current interest bonds. The proceeds from the bonds were used to finance redevelopment activities within or of benefit to the Temecula Redevelopment Project No.1, including establishing an escrow fund for such purposes, establish a reserve subaccount for the 2007 Bonds, fund capitalized interest with respect to the portion of the 2007 Bonds proceeds deposited into the Escrow Fund, and provide for the cost of issuing the 2007 Bonds. This liability was transferred to the Successor Agency upon dissolution of the Redevelopment Agency. The 2007 Tax Allocation Bonds consist of: 1) $4,385,000 of Serial Bonds with annual interest rates ranging from 4.1% to 5.25%, maturing on December 15 of each year beginning in 2010 through 2025 in amounts ranging from $195,000 to $380,000; 2) $1,750,000 of 5.375% Term Bonds due December 15, 2029; 3) $5,615,000 of 5.5% Term Bonds due December 15, 2038; and 4) $4,040,000 of 5.625% Term Bonds due December 15, 2038. The outstanding balance of the Bonds as of June 30, 2017, is $13,820,000. The bonds are payable from property tax revenues, subject to the enforcement obligation process. The future debt service requirements on the 2007 Tax Allocation Bonds are as follows: Year Ending June 30, Principal Interest Total 2018 $ 345,000 $ 740,432 $ 1,085,432 2019 360,000 722,723 1,082,723 2020 380,000 703,847 1,083,847 2021 400,000 683,738 1,083,738 2022 420,000 662,581 1,082,581 2023-2027 2,475,000 2,947,097 5,422,097 2028-2032 3,210,000 2,183,453 5,393,453 2033-2037 4,205,000 1,166,216 5,371,216 2038-2039 2,025,000 113,566 2,138,566 $ 13,820,000 $ 9,923,653 $ 23,743,653 2010 Tax Allocation Housing Bonds Payable: In February 2010, the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula issued $1,035,000 of 2010 Tax Allocation Housing Bonds Series A (Tax -Exempt) and $12,720,000 of Tax Allocation Housing Bonds Series B (Taxable Build America Bonds). The proceeds from the bonds will be used to finance low and moderate income housing projects within or of benefit to the Temecula Redevelopment Project No. 1, including establishing a reserve for the 2010 bonds. These liabilities were transferred to the Successor Agency upon dissolution of the Redevelopment Agency. 100 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 16 — SUCCESSOR AGENCY TRUST FOR ASSETS OF FORMER REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CONTINUED) C. Long -Term Debt (Continued) 2010 Tax Allocation Housing Bonds Payable (Continued): The 2010 Series A Bonds consist of $1,035,000 of Serial Bonds with annual interest rates ranging from 2% to 3.25%, maturing on August 1 of each year beginning in 2011 through 2014 in amounts ranging from $250,000 to $270,000. The bonds were paid off during the fiscal year ended June 30, 2015. The 2010 Series B Bonds consist of: 1) $3,795,000 of Serial Bonds with annual interest rates ranging from 5.201% to 7.688%, maturing on August 1 of each year beginning in 2016 through 2025 in amounts ranging from $280,000 to $425,000; 2) $2,485,000 of 7.93% Term Bonds due August 1, 2030; and 3) $6,440,000 of 8.18% Term Bonds due August 1, 2039. The outstanding balance of the bonds as of June 30, 2017, is $12,150,000. The Series B bonds are payable solely from property tax revenues, subject to the enforcement obligation process. The City is eligible for a cash subsidy payment from the United States Treasury equal to 35% of the interest payable on the 2010 Series B Bonds. The future debt service requirements on the 2010 Tax Allocation Housing Bonds Series B are as follows: Year Ending June 30, Principal Interest Total 2018 $ 300,000 $ 943,259 $ 1,243,259 2019 310,000 924,103 1,234,103 2020 325,000 903,256 1,228,256 2021 340,000 880,678 1,220,678 2022 355,000 856,387 1,211,387 2023-2027 2,045,000 3,850,844 5,895,844 2028-2032 2,610,000 2,943,701 5,553,701 2033-2037 3,375,000 1,737,228 5,112,228 2038-2040 2,490,000 312,885 2,802,885 $ 12,150,000 $ 13,352,341 $ 25,502,341 2011 Tax Allocation Housing Bonds Payable: In March 2011, the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Temecula issued $17,035,000 of 2011 Tax Allocation Housing Bonds Series A. The proceeds from the bonds will be used to finance low and moderate income housing projects within or of benefit to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency Project No. 1, including establishing a reserve fund for the 2011 bonds. The 2011 Tax Allocation Housing Bonds consist of: 1) $4,555,000 of Serial Bonds with annual interest rates ranging from 2% - 6.5%, maturing on August 1 of each year beginning in fiscal years 2012 through 2027 in amounts ranging from $195,000 to $500,000; 2) $3,265,000 of 6.75% Term Bonds due August 1, 2031, and 3) $9,215,000 of 7.0% Term Bonds due August 1, 2039. The outstanding balance of the bonds at June 30, 2017, is $16,000,000. 101 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 16 — SUCCESSOR AGENCY TRUST FOR ASSETS OF FORMER REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CONTINUED) C. Long -Term Debt (Continued): 2011 Tax Allocation Housing Bonds Payable (Continued): The bonds are payable solely from property tax revenues, subject to the enforcement obligation process. The future debt service requirements on the 2011 Tax Allocation Housing Bonds are as follows: Year Ending June 30, Principal Interest Total 2018 $ 240,000 $ 1,069,356 $ 1,309,356 2019 260,000 1,056,856 1,316,856 2020 280,000 1,043,006 1,323,006 2021 300,000 1,027,406 1,327,406 2022 325,000 1,009,406 1,334,406 2023-2027 2,115,000 4,690,972 6,805,972 2028-2032 3,265,000 3,814,019 7,079,019 2033-2037 5,020,000 2,406,950 7,426,950 2038-2040 4,195,000 456,575 4,651,575 $ 16,000,000 $ 16,574,546 $ 32,574,546 The City pledged, as security for bonds issued, either directly or through the Financing Authority, a portion of property tax revenue (including Low and Moderate Income Housing set-aside and pass through allocations) that it receives. The bonds issued were to provide financing for various capital projects, accomplish Low and Moderate Income Housing projects and to defease previously issued bonds. Assembly Bill 1X 26 provided that upon dissolution of the Redevelopment Agency, property taxes allocated to redevelopment agencies no longer are deemed property tax increment but rather property tax revenues and will be allocated first to successor agencies to make payments on the indebtedness incurred by the dissolved redevelopment agency. On June 14, 2012, Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") downgraded all California tax allocation bonds rated `Baa3' and above. As such, the Bonds' insured rating was downgraded from `A3' to `Bal' and underlying rating was downgraded from `A3' to `Bal'. According to Moody's, all California tax allocation bond ratings remain on review for possible withdrawal. D. Advance from the City Housing Fund The amount loaned to the Successor Agency from the City Housing Fund is to advance money for the payment of the FY 2010 and FY 2011 Supplemental Educational Revenue Augmentation Fund in the amount of $4,354,450 and $896,504, respectively. The California Department of Finance has approved the repayment of the advance and is projected to begin during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2016. The advance balance has not changed since the prior year. 102 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS JUNE 30, 2017 NOTE 16 — SUCCESSOR AGENCY TRUST FOR ASSETS OF FORMER REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CONTINUED) E. Insurance The Successor Agency is covered under the City of Temecula's insurance policies. Therefore, the limitation and self-insured retentions applicable to the City also apply to the Successor Agency. Additional information as to coverage and self-insured retentions can be found in Note 7. F. Commitments and Contingencies At June 30, 2017, the Successor Agency was involved as a defendant in several lawsuits arising out of the ordinary conduct of its affairs. It is the opinion of management that settlements of these lawsuits, including losses for claims that are incurred but not reported, if any, will not have a material effect on the financial position of the Successor Agency. NOTE 17 — SUBSEQENT EVENT In July 2017, the Temecula Public Financing Authority Community Facilities District No. 03-01 (Crowne Hill) issued $2,105,000 and $8,195,000 Special Tax Refunding Bonds. The bonds were issued to refund remaining outstanding principal amount of the CFD 03-01 2005 Series and 2012 Series. The bonds are payable from special tax revenues derived by the District from the levy of the special taxes and are secured by a first pledge of all the special tax revenues and monies deposited in certain funds. In November 2017, the Successor Agency, a fiduciary fund of the City, issued $46,050,000 and $31,795,000 of Tax Allocation Refunding Bonds, Series 2017A and Series 2017B (Refunding Bonds), respectively. The net proceeds of the Refunding Bonds will be used to refund four series of the outstanding bonds issued by the former Temecula Redevelopment Agency, which include the 2002 Tax Allocation Bonds, 2006 Tax Allocation Bonds, Series A and Series B, 2007, 2010, and 2011 Tax Allocation Bonds. 103 104 l� Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report REQUIRED SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION 105 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA REQUIRED SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION JUNE 30, 2017 PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM (PERS) Schedule of Changes in the Net Position Liability and Related Ratios Last 10 Years* Total Pension Liability Service Cost Interest on the total pension liability Changes in assumptions Differences between expected and actual experience Benefit payments, including refunds of employee contributions Net change in total pension liability Total pension liability - beginning Total pension liability - ending (a) Plan fiduciary net position Contributions - employer Contributions - employee Net investment income Administrative expenses Benefit payments Net change in plan fiduciary net position Plan fiduciary net position - beginning Plan fiduciary net position - ending (b) Net pension liability - ending (a) -(b) Plan fiduciary net position as a percentage of the total pension liability Covered payroll** Net pension liability as percentage of covered payroll 2017 2016 2015 $ 2,396,791 $ 2,282,142 $ 2,380,454 7,218,301 6,730,946 6,312,862 - (1,836,530) - 340,900 (272,870) (3,238,788) (2,842,530) (2,597,503) 6,717,204 4,061,158 6,095,813 94,436,986 90,375,828 84,280,015 $ 101,154,190 $ 94,436,986 $ 90,375,828 $ 3,153,160 $ 2,999,056 $ 2,692,262 1,122,240 1,008,183 1,193,150 372,747 1,470,525 9,493,527 (40,804) (75,393) (83,334) (3,238,788) (2,842,530) (2,597,503) 1,368,555 2,559,841 10,698,102 66,952,291 64,392,450 53,694,348 $ 68,320,846 $ 66,952,291 $ 64,392,450 32,833,344 $ 27,484,695 $ 25,983,378 67.54% $ 12,805,654 $ 256.40% Notes to Schedule: * - Fiscal year 2015 was the 1st year of implementation, therefore only three years are shown. **Amounts restated for the implementation of GASB 82 70.90% 12,432,674 $ 221.07% Changes in assumptions - In 2016, the discount rate was changed from 7.5 (net of administrative expense) to 7.65 percent. 71.25% 12,233,806 212.39% 106 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA REQUIRED SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION JUNE 30, 2017 PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM (PERS) Schedule of Contributions — Pension Last 10 Years* Actuarially determined contribution Contributions in relation to the actuarially determined contributions Contribution deficiency (excess) Covered payroll** Contributions as a percentage of covered payroll Notes to Schedule Valuation date: Methods and assumptions used to determine contribution rates: Actuarial cost method Amortization method Remaining amortization period Asset valuation method Inflation Salary increases Investment rate of return Retirement age Mortality 2017 2016 2015 $ 3,310,314 3,310,314 $ 3,153,160 $ 2,999,056 3,153,160 2,999,056 13,462,953 12,805,654 12,432,674 24.59% 24.62% 24.12% June 30, 2015 June 30, 2014 June 30, 2013 Entry Age Normal Cost Method Level percent of payroll 20 years Market value 2.75% 3.3% to 14.20% depending on Age, Service, and type of 7.65% 7.65% 55 Based on Ca1PERS Experience Study * - Fiscal year 2015 was the 1st year of implementation, therefore only three years are shown. ** Amounts restated due to the implementation of GASB 82 7.50% 107 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA REQUIRED SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION JUNE 30, 2017 OTHER POST EMPLOYMENT DEFINED BENEFIT PLAN (OPEB) Schedule of Funding Progress Unfunded UAAL as a Actuarial Actuarial Actuarial Actuarial Percentage of Valuation Value of Accrued Accrued Funded Covered Covered Date Assets Liabilities Liability Ratio Payroll Payroll 7/1/2011 $ 4,177,806 $ 6,788,892 $ 2,611,086 61.5% $ 11,718,426 22.28% 7/1/2013 4,664,463 9,760,063 5,095,600 47.8% 11,391,998 44.73% 6/30/2015 5,623,000 19,649,000 14,026,000 28.6% 12,758,000 109.94% Changes in assumptions: The significant increase in the unfunded actuarial accrued liability in the June 30, 2015 actuarial valuation is a result of changing some significant assumptions, including lowering the discount rate from 7.10 percent to 7.00 percent, assuming an annual increase in the fixed dollar cap of $1,198 (previous valuation assumed no changed), and the addition of the Affordable Care Act excise tax estimate. 108 109 COMBINING AND INDIVIDUAL FUND STATEMENTS AND SCHEDULES Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report DEFINITIONS OF NON -MAJOR GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS NON -MAJOR SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS: Used to account for specific revenues that are legally restricted to expenditure for particular purposes. ➢ GAS TAX: This fund is used to account for revenues apportioned under the Streets and Highways Code of the State of California. • DEVELOPMENT IMPACT: This fund is used to account for the proceeds of developmental impact fees restricted for capital improvement projects. ➢ COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG): This fund is used to account for grants received from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The grants are used for the redevelopment of a viable community by providing decent housing, a suitable living environment, and expanding economic opportunities, principally for persons of low and moderate income. ➢ AB 2766: This fund is used to account for the City's share of revenues received under AB 2766 to be used to reduce air pollution from motor vehicles pursuant to the California Clean Air Act of 1988. ➢ AB 3229 COPS: This fund is used to account for the revenues and law enforcement expenditures of the AB 3229 COPS grant. ➢ TEMECULA MAJOR CRIMES REWARD FUND: This fund was set up to account for a reward for information that leads to the capture and conviction of the person(s) responsible for the murder of Larry Robinson. The General Fund contributed $25,000 and the public can also contribute to this fund. ➢ BUSINESS INCUBATOR RESOURCE: This fund was set up to account for all activity at the City of Temecula Entrepreneur's Exchange Business Incubator. $150,000 was transferred from the General Fund in fiscal year 2012-13 to initially fund this activity. ➢ TEMECULA ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND ASSET MANAGEMENT (TEAM): This fund was set up to subsidize energy efficiency and rehabilitation projects at municipal facilities. Approximately $120,000 in energy efficiency related rebates initially established the fund and it is sustained by continued rebates and energy cost savings from TEAM implemented projects that maximize measured energy savings identified in routine energy audits conducted in ongoing efforts to further energy conservation. ➢ PUBLIC, EDUCATION & GOVERNMENT FEES FUND (PEG): This fund was established to track the collection and expenditures of a 1% fee collected by local cable operators for the sole purpose of supporting the access facilities and activities within the City. Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 111 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report DEFINITIONS OF NON -MAJOR GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS (CONTINUED) NON -MAJOR CAPTIAL PROJECTS FUNDS: Used to account for the acquisition and construction of major capital facilities. ➢ CROWNE HILL COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT #03-1: This fund is used to account for bond proceeds which were used for capital improvements in Crowne Hill Community Facilities District #03-1. ➢ WOLF CREEK COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT #03-3: This fund is used to account for bond proceeds which were used for capital improvements in Wolf Creek Community Facilities District #03-3. NON -MAJOR DEBT SERVICE FUNDS: Used to account for the accumulation of resources for and the payment of, principal and interest on Tong -term liabilities. ➢ FINANCING LEASE: This fund is used to account for the payment of principal and interest on the outstanding 2011 Financing Lease. Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 112 113 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA COMBINING BALANCE SHEET NONMAJOR GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS JUNE 30, 2017 Special Revenue Funds Development Assets: Gas Tax Impact CDBG AB 2766 Pooled cash and investments $ $ 4,327,742 $ $ 102,174 Receivables: Accrued interest 1,401 25,958 535 Other receivables - - - Due from other governments 192,757 156,432 35,404 Total Assets $ 194,158 $ 4,353,700 $ 156,432 $ 138,113 Liabilities and Fund Balances: Liabilities: Accounts payable $ - $ - $ 36,585 $ 1,946 Accrued liabilities - - - Deposits payable 17,660 - Due to other funds 194,158 - 119,847 - Total Liabilities 194,158 17,660 156,432 1,946 Fund Balances: Restricted for: Community development projects 4,336,040 - Public works - 136,167 Community services development - - Total Fund Balances 4,336 040 - 136,167 Total Liabilities and Fund Balances $ 194,158 $ 4,353,700 $ 156,432 $ 138,113 114 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA COMBINING BALANCE SHEET NONMAJOR GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS JUNE 30, 2017 Special Revenue Fund Temecula Major Business AB 3299 Crimes Incubator TEAM Assets: COPS Reward Resource Fund Pooled cash and investments $ - $ 25,589 $ 136,074 $ 197,043 Receivables: Accrued interest 36 73 249 655 Other receivables - - 5,380 Due from other governments 92,965 - - Total Assets $ 93,001 $ 25,662 $ 141,703 $ 197,698 Liabilities and Fund Balances: Liabilities: Accounts payable $ $ - $ 11,057 $ Accrued liabilities - 10 Deposits payable - - Due to other funds 93,001 - Total Liabilities 93 001 11,067 Fund Balances: Restricted for: Community development projects Public works - Community services development - 25,662 130,636 197 698 Total Fund Balances - 25,662 130,636 197,698 Total Liabilities and Fund Balances $ 93,001 $ 25,662 $ 141,703 $ 197,698 115 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA COMBINING BALANCE SHEET NONMAJOR GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS JUNE 30, 2017 Special Revenue Fund PEG Assets: Fund Total Pooled cash and investments $ 282,907 $ 5,071,529 Receivables: Accrued interest 737 29,644 Other receivables - 5,380 Due from other governments 27,852 505,410 Total Assets $ 311,496 $ 5,611,963 Liabilities and Fund Balances: Liabilities: Accounts payable $ 1,587 51,175 Accrued liabilities 10 Deposits payable 17,660 Due to other funds 407,006 Total Liabilities 1.587 475,851 Fund Balances: Restricted for: Community development projects 4,336,040 Public works 136,167 Community services development 309,909 663,905 Total Fund Balances 309,909 5,136,112 Total Liabilities and Fund Balances $ 311,496 $ 5,611,963 116 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA COMBINING BALANCE SHEET NONMAJOR GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS JUNE 30, 2017 Capital Projects Total Capital Crowne Hill Wolf Creek Projects Assets: CFD #03-1 CFD #03-3 Funds Receivables: Accrued interest $ 611 $ 189 $ 800 Restricted assets: Cash and investments with fiscal agent 975,760 301,872 1,277,632 Total Assets S 976,371 $ 302,061 $ 1,278,432 Liabilities and Fund Balances: Liabilities: Due to other funds $ - $ 4,458 $ 4,458 Total Liabilities - 4,458 4,458 Fund Balances: Restricted for: Capital projects Total Fund Balances 976,371 297,603 1,273,974 976,371 297,603 1,273,974 Total Liabilities and Fund Balances $ 976,371 $ 302:061 $ 1,278,432 117 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA COMBINING BALANCE SHEET NONMAJOR GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS JUNE 30, 2017 Assets: Debt Service Fund Total Non -Major Financing Governmental Lease Funds Pooled cash and investments $ $ 5,071,529 Receivables: Accrued interest - 30,444 Other receivables - 5,380 Due from other governments - 505,410 Restricted assets: Cash and investments with fiscal agent - 1,277,632 Total Assets $ - $ 6,890,395 Liabilities and Fund Balances: Liabilities: Accounts payable Accrued liabilities Deposits payable Due to other funds Total Liabilities 51,175 10 17,660 411,464 480,309 Fund Balances: Restricted for: Community development projects - 4,336,040 Public works - 136,167 Capital projects - 1,273,974 Community services development - 663,905 Total Fund Balances - 6,410,086 Total Liabilities and Fund Balances $ - $ 6,890,395 118 119 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA COMBINING STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES NONMAJOR GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Special Revenue Funds Gas Tax Development Impact CDBG AB 2766 Revenues: Taxes $ - $ - $ - $ - Intergovernmental 2,092,124 433,026 139,274 Use of money and property 1,434 57,187 - 1,292 Developer participation - 2,259,654 - - Total Revenues 2,093,558 2,316 841 433,026 140,566 Expenditures: Current: General government 211,953 - Public works 62,606 - 29,455 Capital outlay - - - Debt service: Principal retirement Interest and fiscal changes Total Expenditures 62 606 211,953 29 455 Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 2,030,952 2,316,841 221,073 111,111 Other Financing Sources (Uses): Transfers in - Transfers out (2,030,952) (4,804,930) (221,073) (232,112) Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) (2,030,952) (4,804,930) (221,073) (232,112) Net Change in Fund Balances (2,488,089) - (121,001) Fund Balances, Beginning of Year 6,824,129 - 257,168 Fund Balances, End of Year $ - $ 4,336,040 $ $ 136,167 120 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA COMBINING STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES NONMAJOR GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Special Revenue Funds Temecula Major Business AB 3229 Crimes Incubator TEAM COPS Reward Resource Fund Revenues: Taxes $ - $ - $ - $ Intergovernmental 217,888 - 5,519 Use of money and property 187 199 26,769 Developer participation - -_ Total Revenues Expenditures: Current: General government Public works Capital outlay Debt service: Principal retirement Interest and fiscal changes Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 4,471 1,811 218,075 199 32,288 6,282 241,295 241,295 218,075 199 (209,007) 6,282 Other Financing Sources (Uses): Transfers in 295,045 Transfers out (218,075) - (40,000) Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) (218,075) 295,045 (40,000) Net Change in Fund Balances 199 86,038 (33,718) Fund Balances, Beginning of Year 25,463 44,598 231,416 Fund Balances, End of Year $ - $ 25,662 $ 130,636 $ 197,698 121 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA COMBINING STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES NONMAJOR GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Special Revenue Funds PEG Fund Total Revenues: Taxes $ 292,534 $ 292,534 Intergovernmental 2,892,302 Use of money and property 1,372 90,251 Developer participation - 2,259,654 Total Revenues 293 906 5,534,741 Expenditures: Current: General government 101,439 554,687 Public works - 92,061 Capital outlay - - Debt service: Principal retirement - Interest and fiscal changes - Total Expenditures 101,439 646,748 Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 192,467 4,887,993 Other Financing Sources (Uses): Transfers in 295,045 Transfers out - (7,547,142) Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) (7,252,097) Net Change in Fund Balances 192,467 (2,364,104) Fund Balances, Beginning of Year 117,442 7,500,216 Fund Balances, End of Year $ 309,909 $ 5,136,112 122 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA COMBINING STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES NONMAJOR GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Capital Projects Fund Crowne Hill Wolf Creek CFD #03-1 CFD #03-3 Total Revenues: Taxes $ - $ $ Intergovernmental - - - Use of money and property 4,742 1,290 6,032 Developer participation - Total Revenues 4,742 1,290 6,032 Expenditures: Current: General government Public works Capital outlay Debt service: Principal retirement Interest and fiscal changes Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 783,659 783,659 (778,917) 783,659 783,659 1 290 (777,627) Other Financing Sources (Uses): Transfers in - - Transfers out (4,458) (4,458) Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) (4,458) (4,458) Net Change in Fund Balances (778,917) (3,168) (782,085) Fund Balances, Beginning of Year 1,755,288 300,771 2,056,059 Fund Balances, End of Year $ 976,371 $ 297,603 $ 1,273,974 123 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA COMBINING STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES NONMAJOR GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Revenues: Taxes Intergovernmental Use of money and property Developer participation Debt Service Fund Total Non -Major Financing Governmental Lease Funds $ 292,534 2,892,302 96,283 2,259,654 Total Revenues - 5,540,773 Expenditures: Current: General government 554,687 Public works - 92,061 Capital outlay - 783,659 Debt service: Principal retirement 1,343,000 1,343,000 Interest and fiscal changes 796,975 796,975 Total Expenditures 2,139,975 3,570,382 Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures (2,139,975) 1,970,391 Other Financing Sources (Uses): Transfers in 2,139,975 2,435,020 Transfers out - (7,551,600) Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) 2,139,975 (5,116,580) Net Change in Fund Balances - (3,146,189) Fund Balances, Beginning of Year 9,556,275 Fund Balances, End of Year $ - $ 6,410,086 124 125 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA BUDGETARY COMPARISON SCHEDULE GAS TAX YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Variance with Final Budget - Budgeted Amounts Actual Positive Original Final Amounts (Negative) Revenues: Intergovernmental $ 2,228,703 $ 2,133,868 $ 2,092,124 $ (41,744) Use of money and property 2,000 2 000 L434 (566) Total Revenues 2 230 703 2 135 868 2,093,558 (42,310) Expenditures: Public works 63 000 63,000 62,606 394 Total Expenditures 63,000 63,000 62,606 394 Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures Other Financing Sources (Uses): Transfers out Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) Net Change in Fund Balance Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 2,167,703 2,072,868 2 030,952 (41,916) (2,167,703) (2,072,868) (2,030,952) 41,916 (2,167,703) (2,072,868) (2,030,952) 41 916 Fund Balance, End of Year $ $ $ $ 126 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA BUDGETARY COMPARISON SCHEDULE DEVELOPMENT IMPACT YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Revenues: Use of money and property Developer participation Total Revenues Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures Other Financing Sources (Uses): Transfers out Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) Net Change in Fund Balance Fund Balance, Beginning of Year Fund Balance, End of Year Budgeted Amounts Original Final Actual Amounts Variance with Final Budget - Positive (Negative) $ - $ 4,1 19,503 4 119 503 - $ 57,187 4,119,503 2,259,654 4,119,503 2,316,841 $ 57,187 (1,859,849) (1,802,662) 4 119 503 4,119,503 2 316 841 (1,802,662) (10,622,418) (12,746,243) (4,804,930) 7 941 313 (10,622,418) (12,746,243) (4,804,930) 7,941,313 (6,502,915) 6 824 129 $ 321,214 (8,626,740) (2,488,089) 6,138,651 6,824,129 6,824,129 (1,802,611) $ 4 336,040 $ 6,138,651 127 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA BUDGETARY COMPARISON SCHEDULE CDBG YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Revenues: Intergovernmental Total Revenues Expenditures: General government Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures Other Financing Sources (Uses): Transfers out Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) Net Change in Fund Balance Fund Balance, Beginning of Year Fund Balance, End of Year Budgeted Amounts Original Final Actual Amounts Variance with Final Budget - Positive (Negative) $ 516,117 $ 1,268,890 $ 433,026 516,117 1,268,890 433,026 $ (835,864) (835,864) 180,919 284,514 211,953 72,561 180 919 284 514 211953 335,198 984,376 221 073 72,561 (763,303) (335,198) (984,376) (221,073) 763,303 (335,198) (984,376) (221,073) 763,303 128 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA BUDGETARY COMPARISON SCHEDULE AB 2766 YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Variance with Final Budget - Budgeted Amounts Actual Positive Original Final Amounts (Negative) Revenues: Intergovernmental $ 135,719 $ 135,719 $ 139,274 $ 3,555 Use of money and property 3,000 3,000 1,292 (1,708) Total Revenues 138,719 138 719 140 566 1 847 Expenditures: Public works 40,390 40 390 29 455 Total Expenditures 40 390 40 390 29 455 Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 10,935 10 935 98,329 98,329 111,111 12,782 Other Financing Sources (Uses): Transfers out (655,693) (232,112) (232,112) Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) (655,693) (232,112) (232,112) Net Change in Fund Balance (557,364) (133,783) (121,001) 12,782 Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 257 168 257,168 257,168 Fund Balance, End of Year $ (300,196) $ 123,385 $ 136 167 $ 12 782 129 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA BUDGETARY COMPARISON SCHEDULE AB 3229 COPS YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Variance with Final Budget - Budgeted Amounts Actual Positive Original Final Amounts (Negative) Revenues: Intergovernmental $ 171,000 $ 218,388 $ 217,888 $ (500) Use of money and property 187 187 Total Revenues 171 000 218,388 218 075 (313) Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 171,000 218,388 218,075 (313) Other Financing Sources (Uses): Transfers out (171,000) (218,388) (218,075) 313 Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) (171,000) (218,388) (218,075) 313 Net Change in Fund Balance Fund Balance, Beginning of Year Fund Balance, End of Year $ 130 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA BUDGETARY COMPARISON SCHEDULE TEMECULA MAJOR CRIMES REWARD FUND YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Variance with Final Budget - Budgeted Amounts Actual Positive Original Final Amounts (Negative) Revenues: Use of money and property $ 100 $ 100 $ 199 $ 99 Total Revenues 100 100 199 99 Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 100 100 199 99 Net Change in Fund Balance 100 100 199 99 Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 25,463 25,463 25,463 Fund Balance, End of Year $ 25 563 $ 25 563 $ 25 662 $ 99 131 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA BUDGETARY COMPARISON SCHEDULE BUSINESS INCUBATOR RESOURCE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Variance with Final Budget - Budgeted Amounts Actual Positive Original Final Amounts (Negative) Revenues: Intergovernmental $ 5,000 $ - $ 5,519 $ 5,519 Use of money and property 35,900 24,945 26 769 1 824 Total Revenues 40 900 24 945 32 288 7,343 Expenditures: General government 346,072 346,534 241 295 105,239 Total Expenditures 346 072 346 534 241 295 105,239 Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures (305,172) (321,589) (209,007) 112,582 Other Financing Sources (Uses): Transfers in 295 045 295,045 295,045 Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) 295 045 295 045 295 045 Net Change in Fund Balance (10,127) (26,544) 86,038 112,582 Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 44,598 44,598 44 598 Fund Balance, End of Year $ 34,471 $ 18,054 $ 130,636 $ 112 582 132 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA BUDGETARY COMPARISON SCHEDULE TEAM FUND YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Variance with Final Budget - Budgeted Amounts Actual Positive Original Final Amounts (Negative) Revenues: Intergovernmental $ - $ - $ 4,471 $ 4,471 Use of money and property 1,300 1,300 1,811 511 Total Revenues 1 300 1 300 6,282 4 982 Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures Other Financing Sources (Uses): Transfers out Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) Net Change in Fund Balance Fund Balance, Beginning of Year Fund Balance, End of Year 1 300 1,300 6 282 4,982 (40,000) (40,000) (40,000) (40,000) 1,300 231 416 (38,700) (33,718) 231,416 231 416 4,982 $ 232,716 $ 192,716 $ 197,698 $ 4,982 133 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA BUDGETARY COMPARISON SCHEDULE PEG FUND YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Variance with Final Budget - Budgeted Amounts Actual Positive Original Final Amounts (Negative) Revenues: Taxes $ 308,368 $ 308,368 $ 292,534 $ (15,834) Use of money and property 400 400 1,372 972 Total Revenues 308 768 308 768 293 906 (14,862) Expenditures: General government 250,000 268,400 101 439 166,961 Total Expenditures 250 000 268 400 101 439 166 961 Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 58,768 40,368 192,467 152,099 Net Change in Fund Balance 58,768 40,368 192,467 152,099 Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 117,442 117,442 117,442 Fund Balance, End of Year $ 176,210 $ 157810 $ 309,909 $ 152,099 134 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA BUDGETARY COMPARISON SCHEDULE CAPITAL OUTLAY YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Revenues: Intergovernmental Use of money and property Miscellaneous Total Revenues Expenditures: Capital outlay Total Expenditures Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures Other Financing Sources (Uses): Transfers in Transfers out Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) Net Change in Fund Balance Fund Balance, Beginning of Year Fund Balance, End of Year Budgeted Amounts Original Final Actual Amounts Variance with Final Budget - Positive (Negative) $ 73,966,999 $ 40,727,351 606 558 74,573,557 606 558 41,333,909 $ 1,168,363 96,025 774 885 2 039 273 $ (39,558,988) 96,025 168 327 (39,294,636) 87,482,838 86,456,051 8,264,672 78 191 379 87,482,838 86,456,051 8,264,672 78,191,379 (12,909,281) (45,122,142) (6,225,399) 38,896,743 5,945,973 (14,582) 38,885,621 (14,582) 12,673,664 (26,211,957) (14,582) 5,931,391 38,871,039 12,659,082 (26,211,957) (6,977,890) 11 325 254 (6,251,103) 11,325,254 6,433,683 11,325,254 12,684,786 $ 4,347,364 $ 5,074,151 $ 17,758,937 $ 12,684,786 135 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA BUDGETARY COMPARISON SCHEDULE FINANCING LEASE — DEBT SERVICE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Variance with Final Budget - Budgeted Amounts Actual Positive Original Final Amounts (Negative) Expenditures: Debt service: Principal retirement $ 1,343,000 $ 1,343,000 $ 1,343,000 $ Interest and fiscal charges 797 222 797,222 796 975 247 Total Expenditures 2 140 222 2 140 222 2 139 975 247 Excess (Deficiency) of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures (2,140,222) (2,140,222) (2,139,975) 247 Other Financing Sources (Uses): Transfers in 2,140,222 2,140,222 2,139,975 (247) Total Other Financing Sources (Uses) 2 140 222 2 140 222 2,139,975 (247) Net Change in Fund Balance Fund Balance, Beginning of Year Fund Balance, End of Year $ $ $ $ 136 Lj alizott Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report DEFINITIONS OF INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS Internal Service Funds are used to account for the financing of goods or services provided by one department to other departments of the City on a cost reimbursement basis. INSURANCE: This fund is used to finance and account for the City's risk management and insurance programs. WORKER'S COMPENSATION: This fund is used to finance and account for the City to administer its self-insured retention related to worker's compensation liability claims. VEHICLES: This fund is used to account for the replacement of the City's vehicles. INFORMATION SYSTEMS: This fund is used to account for the cost of providing electronic data processing equipment and software and central telephone services. TECHNOLOGY REPLACEMENT: This fund is used to finance and account for the City's replacement of technology equipment and software upon the end of the assets' useful life. SUPPORT SERVICES: This fund is used to account for the cost of providing central mailing and reprographic services. FACILITIES: This fund is used to account for the cost of City Hall and City Maintenance Facility operations and maintenance. 137 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA COMBINING STATEMENT OF NET POSITION INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS JUNE 30, 2017 Governmental Activities - Internal Service Funds Worker's Information Insurance Compensation Vehicles Systems Assets: Current: Cash and investments $ 674,881 $ 929,385 $ 1,600,720 $ 710,027 Receivables: Accounts 674 - - 3,452 Accrued interest 1,474 2,163 5,402 1,148 Due from other governments - - - - Due from other funds - - - Total Current Assets 677,029 931,548 1,606,122 714 627 Noncurrent: Capital assets - net of accumulated depreciation - 324,635 601,216 Total Noncurrent Assets - 324 635 601 216 Total Assets $ 677 029 $ 931,548 $ 1,930,757 $ 1,315,843 Liabilities: Current: Accounts payable $ 35,476 $ 1,050 $ $ 36,222 Accrued liabilities 1,844 - 20,340 Deposits payable 10,000 - Due to other funds - 350,513 Compensated absences 4,112 - 17,146 Claims and judgments 277,258 Capital leases - - 150,304 Total Current Liabilities 328 690 1,050 574 525 Noncurrent: Compensated absences 12,336 - 51,437 Claims and judgments 30,807 - - - Capital leases - - 450,912 Total Noncurrent Liabilities 43,143 502 349 Total Liabilities 371,833 1 050 1,076,874 Net Position: Net investment in capital assets - - 324,635 - Unrestricted 305 196 930 498 1,606,122 238,969 Total Net Position $ 305,196 $ 930,498 $ 1,930,757 $ 238,969 138 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA COMBINING STATEMENT OF NET POSITION INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS JUNE 30, 2017 Governmental Activities - Internal Service Funds Technology Support Replacement Services Facilities Totals Assets: Current: Cash and investments $ 515,795 $ 472,300 $ 600,371 $ 5,503,479 Receivables: Accounts 603 4,729 Accrued interest 1,244 1,518 1,329 14,278 Due from other governments 7,384 7,384 Due from other funds 350,513 - 350,513 Total Current Assets 867 552 474.421 609,084 5,880,383 Noncurrent: Capital assets - net of accumulated depreciation Total Noncurrent Assets Total Assets Liabilities: Current: Accounts payable Accrued liabilities Deposits payable Due to other funds Compensated absences Claims and judgments Capital leases Total Current Liabilities 410,917 66,469 - 1,403,237 410 917 66 469 1,403,237 $ 1,278,469 $ 540,890 $ 609,084 $ 7,283,620 - $ 23,187 $ 56,857 $ 152,792 3,601 5,889 31,674 10,000 350,513 1,200 12,222 34,679 277,258 19.794 170,098 47,782 74,968 1,027,014 Noncurrent: Compensated absences 3,599 36,665 104,038 Claims and judgments - - 30,807 Capital leases 22,383 - 473 295 Total Noncurrent Liabilities 25,982 36 665 608 140 Total Liabilities Net Position: Net investment in capital assets Unrestricted 73,764 111,633 1,635,154 410,917 24,292 - 759,844 867,552 442,834 497A51 4,888,622 Total Net Position $ 1,278,469 $ 467,126 $ 497.451 $ 5,648,466 139 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA COMBINING STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENSES AND CHANGES IN FUND NET POSITION INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Governmental Activities - Internal Service Funds Worker's Information Insurance Compensation Vehicles Systems Operating Revenues: Sales and service charges $ 894,113 $ 635,533 $ 91,916 $ 2,371,989 Total Operating Revenues 894 113 635 533 91 916 2,371,989 Operating Expenses: Administration and general 105,695 129,980 - 1,351,054 Depreciation expense - 92,891 - Operations and maintenance 789,207 - - 1,021,499 Total Operating Expense 894,902 129,980 92 891 2,372,553 Operating Income (Loss) (789) 505,553 (975) (564) Nonoperating Revenues (Expenses): Interest revenue 2,435 4,676 12,070 1,342 Interest expense - - - Total Nonoperating Revenues (Expenses) 2,435 4 676 12 070 1,342 Income Before Transfers 1,646 510,229 11,095 778 Transfers in - 200,000 Changes in Net Position 1,646 510,229 11,095 200,778 Net Position: Beginning of Year 303,550 420,269 1,919,662 38,191 End of Fiscal Year $ 305,196 $ 930,498 $ 1,930,757 $ 238,969 140 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA COMBINING STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENSES AND CHANGES IN FUND NET POSITION INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Governmental Activities - Internal Service Funds Technology Support Replacement Services Facilities Totals Operating Revenues: Sales and service charges $ 238,857 $ 352,771 $ 1,282,403 $ 5,867,582 Total Operating Revenues 238,857 352,771 1,282,403 5,867,582 Operating Expenses: Administration and general - 216,048 872,427 2,675,204 Depreciation expense 236,771 40,028 369,690 Operations and maintenance - 85 804 410 765 2,307,275 Total Operating Expense 236 771 341,880 1,283,192 5,352,169 Operating Income (Loss) 2,086 10,891 (789) 515 413 Nonoperating Revenues (Expenses): Interest revenue 3,781 3,356 3,446 31,106 Interest expense - (8,055) - (8,055) Total Nonoperating Revenues (Expenses) 3 781 (4,699) 3 446 23,051 Income Before Transfers 5,867 6,192 2,657 538,464 Transfers in 44 651 - - 244,651 Changes in Net Position 50,518 6,192 2,657 783,115 Net Position: Beginning of Year 1 227,951 460,934 494,794 4,865,351 End of Fiscal Year $ 1,278,469 $ 467.126 $ 497,451 _2_5_,A48,466. 141 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA COMBINING STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Governmental Activities - Internal Service Funds Insurance Worker's Compensation Vehicles Information Systems Cash Flows from Operating Activities: Cash received from customers and users $ 893,857 $ 635,533 $ 91,916 $ 2,370,296 Cash paid to suppliers for goods and services (714,794) 7,285 (1,055,112) Cash paid to employees for services (105,112) (129,980) (1,345,503) Net Cash Provided (Used) by Operating Activities 73,951 512 838 91 916 (30,319) Cash Flows from Non -Capital Financing Activities: Cash transfers in from other funds - 200,000 Cash due to and due from other funds - 350,513 Net Cash Provided (Used) by Non -Capital Financing Activities: 550,513 Cash Flows from Capital and Related Financing Activities: Acquisition and construction of capital assets (129,383) Principal paid on capital lease Interest paid on capital lease Net Cash Provided (Used) by Capital and Related Financing Activities (129,383) Cash Flows from Investing Activities: Interest received 2,150 3,285 Net Cash Provided (Used) by Investing Activities 2,150 3 285 11 132 1,307 Net Increase (Decrease) in Cash and Cash Equivalents 76,101 516,123 (26,335) 521,501 Cash and Cash Equivalents at Beginning of Year 598,780 413,262 1,627,055 188,526 11,132 1,307 Cash and Cash Equivalents at End of Year $ 674,881 $ 929,385 $ 1,600,720 $ 710,027 Reconciliation of Operating Income to Net Cash Provided (Used) by Operating Activities: Operating income (loss) $ (789) 8 505,553 $ (975) $ (564) Adjustments to reconcile operating income (loss) to net cash provided (used) by operating activities: Depreciation - 92,891 (Increase) decrease in accounts receivable (256) - (1,693) (Increase) decrease in prepaid expense 42,715 7,285 - Increase (decrease) in accounts payable 20,061 (9,292) Increase (decrease) in accrued liabilities 583 5,551 Increase (decrease) in claims and judgments 8,806 - Increase (decrease) in compensated absences 2,831 (24,321) Total Adjustments 74 740 7,285 92,891 (29,755) Net Cash Provided (Used) by Operating Activities $ 73 951 $ 512 838 $ 91916 $ (30,319) 1111=1112111=CE 111S111111111111.11 Non -Cash Investing, Capital, and Financing Activities: Issuance of capital leases 142 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA COMBINING STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Governmental Activities - Internal Service Funds Technology Support Replacement Services Facilities Totals Cash Flows from Operating Activities: Cash received from customers and users $ 238,857 $ 352,500 $ 1,288,688 $ 5,871,647 Cash paid to suppliers for goods and services (35,544) (118,771) (400,782) (2,317,718) Cash paid to employees for services (215,666) (870,465) (2,666,726) Net Cash Provided (Used) by Operating Activities 203,313 18 063 17,441 887,203 Cash Flows from Non -Capital Financing Activities: Cash transfers in from other funds 44,651 244,651 Cash due to and due from other funds (350,513) -_ Net Cash Provided (Used) by Non -Capital Financing Activities: (305,862) 244,651 Cash Flows from Capital and Related Financing Activities: Acquisition and construction of capital assets (135,016) 25,305 (239,094) Principal paid on capital lease (57,142) (57,142) Interest paid on capital lease (8,055) (8,055) Net Cash Provided (Used) by Capital and Related Financing Activities (135,016) (39,892) (304,291) Cash Flows from Investing Activities: Interest received 3,044 3,012 3,123 27 053 Net Cash Provided (Used) by Investing Activities 3 044 3,012 3 123 27,053 Net Increase (Decrease) in Cash and Cash Equivalents (234,521) (18,817) 20,564 854,616 Cash and Cash Equivalents at Beginning of Year 750,316 491,117 579,807 4,648,863 Cash and Cash Equivalents at End of Year $ 515,795 $ 472,300 1_____21021. .1.____§,53 479 Reconciliation of Operating Income to Net Cash Provided (Used) by Operating Activities: Operating income (loss) $ 2,086 $ 10,891 $ (789) $ 515,413 Adjustments to reconcile operating income (loss) to net cash provided (used) by operating activities: Depreciation 236,771 40,028 - 369,690 (Increase) decrease in accounts receivable (271) 6,285 4,065 (Increase) decrease in prepaid expense - - - 50,000 Increase (decrease) in accounts payable (35,544) 3,247 6,234 (15,294) Increase (decrease) in accrued liabilities 382 1,962 8,478 Increase (decrease) in claims and judgments - - 8,806 Increase (decrease) in compensated absences (36.214) 3,749 (53,955) Total Adjustments 201 227 7172 18,230 _ 371 790 Net Cash Provided (Used) by Operating Activities $ 203,313 $ 18,063 $ 17,441 �$ 887,203 Non -Cash Investing, Capital, and Financing Activities: Issuance of capital leases $ $ 22,000 $ $ 22,000 143 144 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report DEFINITIONS OF AGENCY FUNDS Agency funds are used to account for assets held by the City, as an agent for individuals, private organizations and other governments. COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICTS: This fund is used to account for monies held by the City, collected by special taxes to service debt issued by the districts. 145 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA COMBINING BALANCE SHEET ALL AGENCY FUNDS JUNE 30, 2017 Community Facilities Districts Assets: Pooled cash and investments $ 731,322 Receivables: Taxes 100,124 Accrued interest 21,146 Restricted assets: Cash and investments with fiscal agents 12,367,062 Total Assets $ 13,219,654 Liabilities: Accounts payable $ 10,294 Accrued liabilities 143 Due to Bond holders 13,209,217 Total Liabilities: $ 13?219654 146 CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA COMBINING STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN ASSETS AND LIABILITIES ALL AGENCY FUNDS YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2017 Community Facilities Districts Balance July 1, 2016 Additions Deductions Balance June 30, 2017 Assets: Pooled cash and investments Receivables: Taxes Accrued interest Restricted assets: Cash and investments with fiscal agents Total Assets Liabilities: Accounts payable Accrued liabilities Due to bond holders Total Liabilities: $ 2,138,149 $ 84,449,102 $ 74,135 20,887 4,213,243 33,652 12,548,131 108,909,410 85,855,929 $ 731,322 4,187,254 33,393 100,124 21,146 109,090,479 12,367,062 $ 14,781,302 $ 197,605,407 $ 199,167,055 $ 13,219 654 $ 9,136 343 14,771,823 $ 9,322,964 17,386 188 265,057 $ 14,781,302 $ 197,605,407 $ 9,321,806 17,586 189,827,663 $ 199,167,055 $ 10,294 143 13 209,217 $ 13,219,654 147 148 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report CONTENTS OF STATISTICAL SECTION This part of the City of Temecula's comprehensive annual financial report presents detailed information as a context for understanding what the information in the financial statements, note disclosures, and required supplementary information say about the government's overall financial health. Page No. Description 150 Locator Map 151 Financial Trends — these schedules contain trend information to help the reader understand how the City's financial performance and well-being have changed over time. 165 Revenue Capacity — these schedules contain information to help the reader assess the City's most significant local revenue source, the property tax. 171 Debt Capacity — these schedules present information to help the reader assess the affordability of the City's current levels of outstanding debt and the City's ability to issue additional debt in the future. 179 Demographic and Economic Information — these schedules offer demographic and economic indicators to help the reader understand the environment within which the City's financial activities take place. 183 Operating Information — these schedules contain service and infrastructure data to help the reader understand how the information in the City's financial report relates to the services the City provides and the activities it performs. Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 149 City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report Redding • Eureka Lake Tahoe SACRAMENTO • Napa San Franca Oakland • San Jose Monterey San Luis Obispo PACIFIC OCEAN LOCATOR MAP NEVADA • Fresno CALIFORNIA Santa Barbara c G cs • Bakersfield los Angeles • • Pa • - • rings N-, Q an Diego 0 Los Angeles 4 A , t' ud I ..'.t Temecula • Aq Yucca O Riverside Valley Palm i,!r Springs ti,: u.udmn — ;; l lereiand National •t:onego Escondido 1orea Sunngs O ft,9.Korrego Desert g US A,:.3. 1 lerdaud State Park Gunn. I s o vntinnal Ranke Oceanside O ;wentynine Palms Indio • Coachella :n:naco to Summit 1 ist,ufl Inc ;,;niottul P.Ark San Diego 0� SO km 001011111111101L. , 30 miles Tijuana El Calors The City of Temecula is a General Law City located in southwestern California, United States, with a population of 111,024. The City was incorporated on December 1, 1989. Temecula is one of the most historic communities in Southern California. The name Temecula comes from the Luiseno Indian word "Temecunga" — "temet" meaning "sun" and "-ngna" which means "place of". The Spanish interpreted and spelled the word as "Temecula" translated to mean "Where the sun breaks through the mist." Temecula, known as the Heart of Southern California Wine Country, is conveniently located off the 1-15 freeway, approximately one hour north of San Diego. Temecula's central location attracts visitors from popular Southern California locales like Palm Springs, Los Angeles, Anaheim, Irvine, Carlsbad and San Diego. Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 150 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report FINANCIAL TRENDS 151 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report NET POSITION BY COMPONENT Last Ten Fiscal Years (accrual basis of accounting) Fiscal Year 2008 (As Restated) 2009 2010 (As Restated) 2011 Governmental Activities: Net Investment in Capital Assets $ 542,917,967 $ 591,669,819 $ 629,206,256 $ 644,802,424 Restricted 170,557,711 145,381,273 108,036,903 95,402,130 Unrestricted 3,950,360 (8,259,676) (11,712,664) (9,262,370) Total Government Net Position: $ 717,426,038 $ 728,791,416 $ 725,530,495 $ 730,942,184 Source: City of Temecula Finance Department Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 152 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report Fiscal Year 2012 (As Restated) 2013 (As Restated) 2014 2015 2016 2017 $ 621,391,785 79,561,526 54,087,452 $ 641,857,265 44,747,890 69,751,824 $ 660,695,733 37,184,909 66,113, 985 $ 653,887,810 35,846,917 43,120, 602 $ 652,338,794 40,102,473 40,019,411 $ 641,728,737 76,492,505 31,506,377 $ 755,040,763 $ 756,356,979 $ 763,994,627 $ 732,855,329 $ 732,460,678 $ 749,727,619 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 153 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report EXPENSES: GOVERNMENT ACTIVITIES: General Government Public Safety Community Development Community Services Public Works Interest on Long Term Debt TOTAL EXPENSES: CHANGES IN NET POSITION Last Ten Fiscal Years (accrual basis of accounting) Fiscal Year 2008 (As Restated) 2009 2010 (As 2012 (As Restated) 2011 Restated) $ 18,335,093 $ 16,214,425 $ 15,626,816 $ 13,669,474 $ 13,649,168 23,378,627 23,240,092 24,842,123 23,234,398 26,283,511 28,440,339 21,846,282 38,378,782 20,637,467 23,682,621 22,935,715 22,427,530 23,267,301 22,605,557 23,629,080 20,335,862 20,006,739 19,311,995 19,801,378 17,129,875 3,604,580 4,620,424 4,932,985 5,936,927 3,110,690 $ 117,030,216 $ 108,355,492 $ 126,360,002 $ 105,885,201 $ 107,484,945 PROGRAM REVENUES: GOVERNMENT ACTIVITIES: Charges for Services: General Government $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - Public Safety 2,100,665 1,924,106 1,520,718 1,637,770 1,723,360 Community Development 7,050,214 7,248,403 4,879,851 5,898,500 5,829,585 Community Services 20,758,900 19,805,723 19,994,844 19,915,194 20,425,552 Public Works 1,836,289 1,625,756 1,661,564 1,607,188 1,486,894 Operating Contributions and Grants 5,398,302 8,703,467 9,420,299 7,254,914 4,520,508 Capital Contributions and Grants 29,989,183 13,703,226 22,164,262 13,782,751 10,395,357 TOTAL PROGRAM REVENUES: $ 67,133,553 $ 53,010,681 $ 59,641,538 $ 50,096,317 $ 44,381,256 Net Revenues (Expenses): $ (49,896,663) $ (55,344,811) $ (66,718,464) $ (55,788,884) $ (63,103,689) GENERAL REVENUES AND OTHER CHANGES IN NET POSITION: GOVERNMENT ACTIVITIES: Taxes: Property Taxes $ 32,117,022 $ 33,310,255 $ 31,931,299 $ 30,815,540 $ 20,477,479 Sales Taxes 27,185,873 23,087,328 23,503,682 24,926,072 27,112,311 Other Taxes 7,608,109 6,972,165 6,593,459 6,583,637 6,600,874 Use of Money and Property 3,547,717 3,055,857 1,161,980 449,055 474,927 Other 345,941 284,584 267,123 3,196,237 633,318 Special Item - - - (4,769,968) - TOTAL GOVERNMENT REVENUES: $ 70,804,662 $ 66,710,189 $ 63,457,543 $ 61,200,573 $ 55,298,909 Extraordinary Gain / (Loss) - 32,106,918 CHANGES IN NET POSITION: $ 20,907,999 $ 11,365,378 $ 3,260,921 $ 5,411,689 $ 24,302,138 Source: City of Temecula - Finance Department 154 ll1.27 ,. Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report Fiscal Year 2013 (As Restated) 2014 2015 2016 2017 $ 8,672,963 $ 9,189,203 $ 10,131,815 $ 8,982,725 $ 11,837,495 27,704,560 28,501,674 29,532,079 31,107,607 32,809,044 19,089,897 19,730,017 20,429,335 20,119,306 5,857,499 18,054,896 18,868,246 18,819,798 18,919,505 21,570,625 20,604,789 12,851,618 15,570,577 13,902,922 21,490,169 979,384 933,468 890,953 841,867 792,778 $ 95,106,489 $ 90,074,226 $ 95,374,557 $ 93,873,932 $ 94,357,610 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - 1,836,863 1,916,774 1,757,949 1,686,485 1,724,499 6,323,202 4,651,706 4,541,176 4,012,311 4,244,301 11,504,164 11,396,780 11,738,954 12,577,838 12,732,744 1,534,647 3,890,285 3,657,640 3,564,406 3,891,621 4,085,807 4,590,883 4,516,067 4,104,939 3,592,167 20,462,014 18,187,293 8,117,128 10,130,756 16,976,433 $ 45,746,697 $ 44,633,721 $ 34,328,914 $ 36,076,735 $ 43,161,765 $ (49,359,792) $ (45,440,505) $ (61,045,643) $ (57,797,197) $ (51,195,845) $ 15,051,588 $ 15,809,284 $ 16,802,422 $ 17,485,712 $ 18,162,327 27,749,883 29,576,765 32,395,358 31,466,457 42,143,580 6,917,853 7,326,884 7,847,491 7,961,047 7,873,073 107,240 163,537 159,425 310,350 135,195 849,444 201,683 595,054 178,980 148,611 $ 50,676,008 $ 53,078,153 $ 57,799,750 $ 57,402,546 $ 68,462,786 $ 1,316,216 $ 7,637,648 $ (3,245,893) $ (394,651) $ 17,266,941 Source: City of Temecula - Finance Department 155 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report FUND BALANCES OF GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS Last Ten Fiscal Years (modified accrual basis of accounting) Fiscal Year 2008 (As 2010 (As Restated) 2009 Restated) 2011 GENERAL FUND: (1) Reserved $ 2,021,686 $ 10,920,738 $ 12,985,989 $ Unreserved 42,701,654 38,301,328 32,358,447 Nonspendable 589,064 Restricted 150,000 Committed 10,782,816 Assigned 20,556,436 Unassigned TOTAL GENERAL FUND: $ 44,723,340 $ 49,222,066 $ 45,344,436 $ 32,078,316 ALL OTHER GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS: (1) Reserved $ 27,110,075 $ 55,860,978 $ 37,002,971 $ Unreserved, reported in: Special Revenue Funds 23,119,560 23,088,225 23,591,691 Capital Projects Funds 102,273,113 59,018,488 30,574,986 Debt Service Funds 17,864,502 3,259,330 715,660 Nonspendable 12,321,142 Restricted 83,039,180 Committed 40,835 Assigned 17,656,412 Unassigned (4,461,127) TOTAL ALL OTHER GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS: $ 170,367,250 $ 141,227,021 $ 91,885,308 $ 108,596,442 Notes: (1) Substantial increases or decreases in fund balance components are explained in the Management's Discussion and Analysis (MD&A) Source: City of Temecula Finance Department Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 156 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report Fiscal Year 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 $ $ $ $ - $ - $ 65,590 75,641 94,857 4,383 4,383 4,383 150,000 - 12,080,977 306,074 163,295 549,754 202,742 13,085,339 6,896,447 996,648 - 4,338,969 20,343,588 24,046,303 25,506,754 31,994,795 33,934,560 $ 29,720,875 $ 27,621,750 $ 25,301,103 $ 26,060,891 $ 32,201,920 $ 33,938,943 10,008,502 48,032,766 13,919,190 82,622 4,994 - - 44,941,010 37,676,100 36,837,597 40,359,641 604,815 8,611,653 6,627,678 7,163,455 11,325,254 49,989,754 17,758,937 $ 71,960,458 $ 54,240,100 $ 44,308,772 $ 44,001,052 $ 51,684,895 $ 67,748,691 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 157 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES OF GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS Last Ten Fiscal Years (modified accrual basis of accounting) REVENUES: Taxes Licenses and Permits Intergovernmental Charges for Services Use of Money and Property Fine and Forfeitures Developer Fees Contributions Miscellaneous TOTAL REVENUES: EXPENDITURES: Current: General Government Public Safety Community Development Community Services Public Works Capital Outlay Debt Services: Principal Retirement Interest and Fiscal Charges Cost of Issuance Passthroughs TOTAL EXPENDITURES: Excess (deficiency) of Revenues over (under) Expenditures OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (uses): Transfers In Transfers Out Capital Debt Issued Financing Lease Issued Bond Discount Sales of Property Payment to Refunded Bond Escrow Agent TOTAL OTHER FINANCING: Special Item Extraordinary Gain / (Loss) Net Change in Fund Balances Debt Service as a Percentage of Noncapital Expenditures Fiscal Year 2008 2009 2010 (As Restated) 2011 $ 69,545,155 1,901,811 9,774,958 22,488,288 8,856,748 1,275,372 1,981,523 5,241,000 $ 121,064,855 $ 66,169,119 2,178,784 14,885,505 21,660,748 6,383,842 1,167,821 3,977,338 3,059,333 $ 119,482,490 $ 63,405,871 $ 65,579,175 1,756,586 1,786,528 10,216,302 12,794,003 20,074,306 20,824,914 2,119,985 1,207,757 896,096 960,239 1,005,246 2,562,079 2,048,697 7,876,526 $ 101,523,089 $ 113,591,221 $ 19,795,561 $ 14,675,600 23,118,556 22,843,755 10,337,789 9,972,429 20,069,314 19,463,230 9,196,416 8,290,764 28,327,851 51,406,464 1,527,447 1,440,332 4,343,274 4,525,041 10,581,710 11,506,378 $ 127,297,918 $ 144,123,993 $ 14,520,872 $ 12,825,887 24,489,716 25,431,463 26,417,627 9,247,454 20,271,018 19,806,297 6,983,347 6,668,130 57,748,273 29,453,976 1,415,000 1,705,000 4,517,341 5,317,659 368,090 392,459 11,676,392 11,211,870 $ 168,407,676 $ 122,060,195 $ (6,233,063) $ (24,641,503) $ (66,884,587) $ (8,468,974) $ 14,029,999 $ 27,781,914 (14,029,999) (27,781,914) 40,325,000 - (606,895) $ 37,119,117 $ 24,488,322 (37,119,117) (24,488,322) 13,755, 000 17,035,000 (89,756) (358,320) 7,276 $ 39,718,105 $ 33,485,042 - $ 13,665,244 $ 16,683,956 $ (4,769,968) $ 24,641,503 $ 53,219,343 $ 3,445,014 - $ - $ 6.28% 5.07% 5.34% 7.79% Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 158 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report Fiscal Year 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 $ 57,221,043 1,814,309 7,173,033 21,124,634 797,561 829,875 2,328,732 125,000 2,407,410 $ 49,262,776 2,362,575 22,108,391 20,366,131 423,032 854,991 3,698,306 250,000 624,764 $ 51,850,112 2,540,449 21,101,943 16,162,421 438,303 849,030 3,099,926 250,000 538,364 $ 55,936,413 2,294,934 10,377,791 15,714,807 482,888 810,332 2,032,153 250,000 1,774,963 $ 93,821,597 $ 99,950,966 $ 96,830,548 $ 89,674,281 $ 61,333,016 $ 67,875,967 2,191,273 2,010,010 12,227,503 7,203,154 17,098,574 17,057,158 609,411 442,554 717,728 776,425 3,096,232 2,259,654 250,000 11,407,604 247,934 1,413,339 $ 97,771,671 $ 110,445,865 $ 12,919,308 25,925,613 18,235,289 20, 584,128 7,999,950 18,019,717 2,279,000 3,620,501 207,243 5,335,555 $ 115,126,304 $ 12,386,569 27,339,158 5,204,608 17,872,194 11,413,940 42,851,737 1,153,000 982,987 $ 8,183,998 28,123,219 5,354,821 18,701,986 11,347,898 35,232,735 1,199,000 938,866 $ 9,798,217 29,148,761 5,875,037 18,664,551 12,557,744 11,040,713 1,244,000 893,190 $ 8,128,763 30,721,054 5,658,392 18,949,581 10,837,047 7,265,061 1,291,000 845,901 $ 10,680,842 32,544,145 5,736,921 19,419,668 11,423,960 10,454,884 1,343,000 796,975 $ 119,204,193 $ 109,082,523 $ 89,222,213 $ 83,696,799 $ 92,400,395 $ (21,304,707) $ (19,253,227) $ (12,251,975) $ 452,068 $ 14,074,872 $ 18,045,470 $ 47,643,296 $ 20,141,510 $ 29,891,683 $ 17,755,711 $ 15,583,960 $ 22,569,815 (47,756,556) (20,707,766) (29,891,683) (17,755,711) (15,833,960) (22,814,466) 26,835,000 (27,421,633) - $ (699,893) $ (566,256) $ - $ - $ (16,988,825) $ - $ (38,993,425) $ (19,819,483) $ $ (250,000) $ (244,651) $ - $ $ - $ $ $ $ 452,068 $ 13,824,872 $ 17,800,819 6.48% 2.59% 2.96% 2.74% 2.84% 3.23% Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 159 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report GOVERNMENT -WIDE REVENUES Last Ten Fiscal Years Program Revenues General Revenues Operating Capital Fiscal Charges for Contributions and Contributions and Use of Money and Year Services Grants Grants Taxes Property Other Total 2008 $ 31,746,068 $ 5,398,302 $ 29,989,183 $ 66,911,004 $ 3,547,717 $ 345,941 $ 137,938,215 2009 $ 30,603,988 $ 8,703,467 $ 13,703,226 $ 63,369,748 $ 3,055,857 $ 284,584 $ 119,720,870 2010 $ 28,056,977 $ 9,420,299 $ 22,164,262 $ 62,028,440 $ 1,161,980 $ 267,123 $ 123,099,081 2011 $ 29,058,652 $ 7,254,914 $ 13,782,751 $ 62,325,249 $ 449,055 $ 3,196,237 $ 116,066,858 2012 $ 29,465,391 $ 4,520,508 $ 10,395,357 $ 54,190,664 $ 474,927 $ 32,740,236 '$ 131,787,083 2013 $ 21,198,876 $ 4,085,807 $ 20,462,014 $ 49,773,164 $ 107,240 $ 795,604 $ 96,422,705 2014 $ 21,855,545 $ 4,590,883 $ 18,187,293 $ 52,757,492 $ 163,537 $ 157,124 '$ 97,711,874 2015 $ 21,695,719 $ 4,516,067 $ 8,117,128 $ 57,088,829 $ 159,425 $ 551,496 '$ 92,128,664 2016 $ 21,841,040 $ 4,104,939 $ 10,130,756 $ 56,957,163 $ 310,350 $ 135,033 '$ 93,479,281 2017 $ 22,593,165 $ 3,592,167 $ 16,976,433 $ 68,227,839 $ 135,195 $ 99,752 $ 111,624,551 Source: City of Temecula Finance Department Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 160 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report GOVERNMENT -WIDE EXPENSES BY PROGRAM Last Ten Fiscal Years Interest on Fiscal General Community Community Long Term Year Government Public Safety Development Services Public Works Debt Total 2008 $ 18,335,093 $ 23,378,627 $ 28,440,339 $ 22,935,715 $ 20,335,862 $ 3,604,580 $ 117,030,216 2009 $ 16,214,425 $ 23,240,092 $ 21,846,282 $ 22,427,530 $ 20,006,739 $ 4,620,424 $ 108,355,492 2010 $ 15,626,816 $ 24,842,123 $ 38,378,782 $ 23,267,301 $ 19,311,995 $ 4,932,985 $ 126,360,002 2011 $ 13,669,474 $ 23,234,398 $ 20,637,467 $ 22,605,557 $ 19,801,378 $ 5,936,927 $ 105,885,201 2012 $ 13,649,168 $ 26,283,511 $ 23,682,621 $ 23,629,080 $ 17,129,875 $ 3,110,690 $ 107,484,945 2013 $ 8,672,963 $ 27,704,560 $ 19,089,897 $ 18,054,896 $ 20,604,789 $ 979,384 $ 95,106,489 2014 $ 9,189,203 $ 28,501,674 $ 19,730,017 $ 18,868,246 $ 12,851,618 $ 933,468 $ 90,074,226 2015 $ 10,131,815 $ 29,532,079 $ 20,429,335 $ 18,819,798 $ 15,570,577 $ 890,953 '$ 95,374,557 2016 $ 8,982,725 $ 31,107,607 $ 20,119,306 $ 18,919,505 $ 13,902,922 $ 841,867 '$ 93,873,932 2017 $ 11,837,495 $ 32,809,044 $ 5,857,499 $ 21,570,625 $ 21,490,169 $ 792,778 '$ 94,357,610 Source: City of Temecula Finance Department Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 161 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL REVENUES BY SOURCE Last Ten Fiscal Years Fiscal Licenses and Inter- Charges for Fines and Use of Money Year Taxes Permits governmental Services Forfeitures and Property Misc. Total 2008 $ 69,551,135 $ 1,901,811 $ 9,774,958 $ 22,488,288 $ 1,275,372 $ 8,856,748 $ 7,222,523 $ 121,070,835 2009 $ 66,169,119 $ 2,178,784 $ 14,885,505 $ 21,660,748 $ 1,167,821 $ 6,383,842 $ 7,036,671 $ 119,482,490 2010 $ 63,405,871 $ 1,756,586 $ 10,216,302 $ 20,074,306 $ 896,096 $ 2,119,985 $ 3,053,943 $ 101,523,089 2011 $ 65,579,175 $ 1,786,528 $ 12,794,003 $ 20,824,914 $ 960,239 $ 1,207,757 $ 10,438,605 $ 113,591,221 2012 $ 57,221,043 $ 1,814,309 $ 7,173,033 $ 21,124,634 $ 829,875 $ 797,561 $ 4,861,142 $ 93,821,597 2013 $ 49,262,776 $ 2,362,575 $ 22,108,391 $ 20,366,131 $ 854,991 $ 423,032 $ 4,573,070 '$ 99,950,966 2014 $ 51,850,112 $ 2,540,449 $ 21,101,943 $ 16,162,421 $ 849,030 $ 438,303 $ 3,888,290 '$ 96,830,548 2015 $ 55,936,413 $ 2,294,934 $ 10,377,791 $ 15,714,807 $ 810,332 $ 482,888 $ 4,057,116 '$ 89,674,281 2016 $ 61,333,016 $ 2,191,273 $ 12,227,503 $ 17,098,574 $ 717,728 $ 609,411 $ 3,594,166 $ 97,771,671 2017 $ 67,875,967 $ 2,010,010 $ 7,203,154 $ 17,057,158 $ 776,425 $ 442,554 $ 15,080,597 '$ 110,445,865 1 I . 1 11111111 11 ,• 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Source: City of Temecula Finance Department 0 Miscellaneous • Use of Money and Property • Fines and Forfeitures • Charges for Services • Intergovernmental • Licenses and Permits • Taxes Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 162 qi7:4 eir;14' Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION Last Ten Fiscal Years Fiscal General Community Community Year Government Public Safety Public Works Development* Services Capital Outlay Debt Service Total 2008 $ 19,795,561 $ 23,118,556 $ 9,196,416 $ 20,919,499 $ 20,069,314 $ 28,327,851 $ 5,870,721 $ 127,297,918 2009 $ 14,675,600 $ 22,843,755 $ 8,290,764 $ 21,478,807 $ 19,463,230 $ 51,406,464 $ 5,965,373 $ 144,123,993 2010 $ 14,520,872 $ 24,489,716 $ 6,983,347 $ 38,094,019 $ 20,271,018 $ 57,748,273 $ 6,300,431 $ 168,407,676 2011 $ 12,825,887 $ 25,431,463 $ 6,668,130 $ 20,459,324 $ 19,806,297 $ 29,453,976 $ 7,415,118 $ 122,060,195 2012 $ 12,919,308 $ 25,925,613 $ 7,999,950 $ 18,235,289 $ 20,584,128 $ 18,019,717 $ 11,442,299 $ 115,126,304 2013 $ 12,386,569 $ 27,339,158 $ 11,413,940 $ 5,204,608 $ 17,872,194 $ 42,851,737 $ 2,135,987 '$ 119,204,193 2014 $ 8,183,998 $ 28,123,219 $ 11,347,898 $ 5,354,821 $ 18,701,986 $ 35,232,735 $ 2,137,866 '$ 109,082,523 2015 $ 9,798,217 $ 29,148,761 $ 12,557,744 $ 5,875,037 $ 18,664,551 $ 11,040,713 $ 2,137,190 '$ 89,222,213 2016 $ 8,128,763 $ 30,721,054 $ 10,837,047 $ 5,658,392 $ 18,949,581 $ 7,265,061 $ 2,136,901 $ 83,696,799 2017 $ 10,680,842 $ 32,544,145 $ 11,423,960 $ 5,736,921 $ 19,419,668 $ 10,454,884 $ 2,139,975 '$ 92,400,395 $180,000,000 - $160,000,000 - $140,000,000 - $120,000,000 - 8100,000,000 - $80,000,000 - $60,000,000 - $40,000,000 - $20,000,000 - $0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Includes general, transportation and parks maintenance special revenue and debt service funds. `Includes Pass -Through Source: City of Temecula Finance Department O Debt Service • Capital Outlay • Community Services 0 Community Development IN Public Works ® Public Safety ■ General Government Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 163 1989 164 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report REVENUE CAPACITY 165 /? ? -.°L-e7",'----- gl --‘ Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report PRINCIPAL SECURED PROPERTY OWNERS TAXPAYER Last Ten Fiscal Years (Value in Thousands) 2008 2009 2010 2011 Abbott Cardiovascular System, Inc. $ 91,350 $ 112,462 $ 205,037 $ 205,759 International Rectifier Corporation 102,636 106,016 88,617 81,401 Temecula Towne Center Associates 98,122 100,084 116,419 147,752 Temecula Valley Hospital Inc. Wolf Creek Maintenance Corporation Woodside Wolf Creek Inc. - Lakha Properties Temecula TC 50,407 51,853 52,890 - Vineyards Temecula Apartments - Kimco Palm Plaza 46,272 - Redhawk Towne Center Inland Valley Regional Medical Center - - Inland Western Temecula Common 53,618 80,717 55,784 75,461 Federal National Mortgage Association 63,068 Temecula Properties 54,287 BACM 2006-5 Rancho California 52,765 Alexander and Baldwin, Inc - Temecula Villa Apartments MG Sage Canyon Apartments LP MV Housing Partners III - - Standard Pacific Corporation 57,348 68,723 Foothills at Old Town LLC - LIPT Winchester Road Inc. - - FG Temecula Senior Apartments - 46,750 45,251 - Macy's Department Stores Inc. 43,343 36,958 - 37,559 Medline Industries Inc. - - - Universe at Temecula Park 53,442 54,690 55,878 55,720 Cape May Harveston Company Inc. 47,528 48,473 49,441 49,323 Temecula Redevelopment Agency 44,773 Campanula Way Owner LLC - Temecula Town Center Owner LLC - - Fairfield Solana Ridge Top Ten Totals $ 597,794 $ 706,726 $ 760,362 $ 823,095 Total Assessed Valuation $ 13,434,244 $ 13,435,853 $ 11,133,227 $ 11,700,673 Source: City of Temecula Finance Department Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 166 4,4 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (Value in Thousands) 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 $ 207,308 $ 211,454 $ 215,683 $ 216,662 $ 205,984 $ 137,091 86,702 87,296 108,459 91,362 79,630 - 148,865 144,813 147,709 148,379 151,344 153,652 - 98,427 100,393 101,925 48,938 58,118 - - 47,440 48,389 55,476 56,557 56,807 57,986 58,924 - - 55,869 59,730 55,223 55,291 57,885 75,203 58,609 51,426 54,696 52,760 53,162 48,639 44,855 48,058 50,604 50,639 37,841 38,598 60,477 58,469 57,000 54,545 59,526 61,199 71,495 62,132 59,669 60,579 69,650 64,168 55,108 $ 796,427 $ 786,853 $ 847,318 $ 900,013 $ 906,042 $ 838,225 $ 11,167,952 $ 11,131,110 $ 11,778,504 $ 12,720,924 $ 13,472,075 $ 14,096,747 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 167 3] Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report PROPERTY TAX RATES (per $100 assessed valuation) DIRECT AND OVERLAPPING GOVERNMENTS Last Ten Fiscal Years 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Direct Rates: Basic County, City and School Levy 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 Overlapping Rates: Various Water Districts 0.1049 0.0829 0.0807 0.0793 0.0796 0.0785 0.0774 0.0764 0.0766 0.0758 School District 0.3325 0.4411 0.3932 0.4079 0.4186 0.3707 0.2729 0.2871 0.2833 0.2635 Total Overlapping Rates 0.4374 0.5240 0.4739 0.4873 0.4982 0.4492 0.3503 0.3635 0.3600 0.3393 COMBINED TOTAL 1.4374 1.5240 1.4739 1.4873 1.4982 1.4492 1.3503 1.3635 1.3600 1.3393 Source: City of Temecula Finance Department Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 168 1,4 (a4.,em( --__-_-.,-.„ 4, Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report PROPERTY TAX LEVIES AND COLLECTIONS Last Ten Fiscal Years Collected within the Fiscal Year of the Levy Total Collections to Date Fiscal Taxes Collections Year Levied for in Ended the Fiscal Percentage Subsequent Percentage June 30 Year Amount of Levy Years Amount of Levy 2008 $ 6,014,790 $ 5,243,899 87.18% $ 669,398 $ 5,913,297 98.31% 2009 $ 5,881,484 $ 5,204,872 88.50% $ 543,382 $ 5,748,254 97.73% 2010 $ 5,052,858 $ 4,567,207 90.39% $ 324,371 $ 4,891,578 96.81% 2011 $ 4,999,012 $ 4,633,112 92.68% $ 215,922 $ 4,849,034 97.00% 2012 $ 5,040,082 $ 4,775,460 94.75% $ 174,247 $ 4,949,707 98.21% 2013 $ 5,048,493 $ 4,841,988 95.91% $ 138,051 $ 4,980,039 98.64% 2014 $ 5,364,377 $ 5,282,045 98.47% $ 128,692 $ 5,410,737 100.86% 2015 $ 5,880,910 $ 5,942,394 101.05% $ 118,383 $ 6,060,777 103.06% 2016 $ 6,225,930 $ 6,266,731 100.66% $ 126,284 $ 6,393,015 102.68% 2017 $ 6,564,098 $ 6,665,418 101.54% $ 119,050 $ 6,784,468 103.36% NOTE: Since the fiscal year ended June 30, 1994, the City of Temecula has received its property tax revenues in accordance with the Teeter Plan. Under the Teeter Plan, the City is paid in full each year for the actual amount of property taxes levied, regardless of the amount of delinquencies. As delinquent property taxes are collected, they are kept by the County including any penalties and interest. After 1994, any differences between the total tax levy and total collections are due to tax roll adjustments made during the year. Source: City of Temecula — Finance Department, HdL Companies, and Riverside County Auditor -Controller Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 169 c7Fh:Lti4 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report ASSESSED AND ESTIMATED ACTUAL VALUE OF TAXABLE PROPERTY Last Ten Fiscal Years (Value in Thousands) Total Secured Exemptions Net Total and Veteran Net Assessed Exemptions Assessed Total Direct Fiscal Year Unsecured Church, etc. Value Homeowners Value Rate 2008 $ 13,434,244 $ (88,037) $ 13,346,207 $ (113,341) $ 13,232,866 0.17287% 2009 $ 13,537,220 $ (101,367) $ 13,435,853 $ (114,841) $ 13,321,012 0.19216% 2010 $ 12,003,561 $ (112,286) $ 11,891,275 $ (115,783) $ 11,775,492 0.20989% 2011 $ 11,932,655 $ (116,038) $ 11,816,617 $ (115,944) $ 11,700,673 0.20865% 2012 $ 11,971,877 $ (129,004) $ 11,842,873 $ (114,451) $ 11,728,422 0.20136% 2013 $ 11,996,227 $ (145,041) $ 11,851,186 $ (112,450) $ 11,738,736 0.20101% 2014 $ 12,581,717 $ (153,544) $ 12,428,173 $ (109,890) $ 12,318,283 0.06776% 2015 $ 13,547,737 $ (182,877) $ 13,364,860 $ (108,001) $ 13,256,859 0.06753% 2016 $ 14,268,280 $ (204,291) $ 14,063,989 $ (107,401) $ 13,956,588 0.06774% 2017 $ 14,978,638 $ (211,399) $ 14,767,239 $ (107,239) $ 14,660,000 0.06779% ource: Riverside County Assessor's Office and HdL Companies Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 170 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report DEBT CAPACITY 171 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report COMPUTATION OF DIRECT AND OVERLAPPING BONDED DEBT 2016-17 Assessed Valuation: $ 14,760,042,334 Redevelopment Incremental Valuation: 2,226,821,677 Adjusted Assessed Valuation: $ 12,533,220,657 DIRECT AND OVERLAPPING TAX AND ASSESSMENT DEBT: Applicable(1) Debt 6/30/16 Metropolitan Water District 0.571% $ 427,708 Eastern Municipal Water District, I.D. No. U-8 85.845% 3,439,809 Mt. San Jacinto Community College District 18.329% 11,721,396 Murrieta Valley Unified School District 0.011% 19,297 Temecula Valley Unified School District 69.650% 57,413,913 Rancho California Water District Community Facilities District No. 88-3 100.000% 255,000 Eastern Municipal Water District Community Facilities District No. 2002-04 100.000% 575,000 Eastern Municipal Water District Community Facilities District No. 2002-08 100.000% 2,435,000 Eastern Municipal Water District Community Facilities District No. 2005-38, I.A. B 100.000% 582,000 Eastern Municipal Water District Community Facilities District No. 2010-60 100.000% 2,605,000 Temecula Public Financing Authority Community Facilities District No. 01-2 100.000% 13,425,000 Temecula Public Financing Authority Community Facilities District No. 03-1 100.000% 11,210,000 Temecula Public Financing Authority Community Facilities District No. 03-2 100.000% 10,020,000 Temecula Public Financing Authority Community Facilities District No. 03-3 100.000% 22,670,000 Temecula Public Financing Authority Community Facilities District No. 03-6 100.000% 3,815,000 Temecula Public Financing Authority Community Facilities District No. 16-1 100.000% 42,815,000 Temecula Valley Unified School District Community Facilities District No. 89-1 100.000% 6,695,000 Temecula Valley Unified School District CFD No. 2002-1, I.A. No. 1 27.654% 1,613,611 Temecula Valley Unified School District CFD No. 2002-2 100.000% 14,780,000 Temecula Valley Unified School District CFD No. 2004-1, I.A. A and B 100.000% 22,285,000 Temecula Valley Unified School District CFD No. 2005-1 28.720% 2,465,612 City of Temecula Assessment District No. 03-04 100.000% 340,000 TOTAL DIRECT AND OVERLAPPING TAX AND ASSESSMENT DEBT: $ 231,608,346 Ratios to 2016-17 Assessed Valuation: Total Overlapping Tax and Assessment Debt 1.57% Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 172 (7x,4, Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report COMPUTATION OF DIRECT AND OVERLAPPING BONDED DEBT (continued) DIRECT AND OVERLAPPING GENERAL FUND DEBT: Riverside County General Fund Obligations Riverside County Pension Obligations Riverside County Board of Education Certificates of Participation Murrieta Valley Unified School District Certificates of Participation City of Temecula General Fund Obligations TOTAL GROSS DIRECT AND OVERLAPPING GENERAL FUND DEBT: Less: Riverside County Supporting Obligations TOTAL NET DIRECT AND OVERLAPPING GENERAL FUND DEBT: TOTAL DIRECT DEBT TOTAL GROSS OVERLAPPING DEBT TOTAL NET OVERLAPPING DEBT GROSS COMBINED TOTAL DEBT: NET COMBINED TOTAL DEBT: 5.892% $ 50,029,291 5.892% 16,882,642 5.917% 55,156 0.011% 2,680 100.000% 20,416,000 $ 87, 385, 769 285,599 $ 87,100,170 $ 21,059,393 $ 380,262,959 $ 379,977,360 $ 400,678,959 (2) $ 400, 393, 360 (1) The percentage of overlapping debt applicable to the city is estimated using taxable assessed property value. Applicable percentages were estimated by determining the portion of the overlapping districts assessed value that is within the boundaries of the city divided by the districts total taxable assessed value. (2) Excludes tax and revenue anticipation notes, enterprise revenue, mortgage revenue, and non -bonded capital lease obligations. Ratios to Adjusted Assessed Valuation: Total Direct Debt ($20,416,000) 0.14% Gross Combined Total Debt 2.71% Net Combined Total Debt 2.71% Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 173 (77-0%).4 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report RATIO OF OUTSTANDING DEBT BY TYPE Last Ten Fiscal Years Fiscal Year Total Percentage of Debt Ended Certificates of Tax Allocation Financing Capital Lease Notes Governmental Personal per June 30 Participation Bonds Lease Payable Payable Activities Income Capita 2008 $ 29,520,000 $ 63,210,000 $ - $ - $ 495,332 $ 93,225,332 2.99% 960 2009 $ 29,255,000 $ 62,530,000 $ - $ - $ $ 91,785,000 3.15% 920 2010 $ 28,550,000 $ 75,575,000 $ - $ - $ - $ 104,125,000 2.77% 1,014 2011 $ 27,825,000 $ 91,630,000 $ - $ - $ - $ 119,455,000 2.28% 1,137 2012 $ - $ $ 26,646,000 $ 112,908 $ - $ 26,758,908 10.42% 260 2013 $ $ - $ 25,493,000 $ 145,762 $ - $ 25,638,762 10.83% 244 2014 $ $ $ 24,294,000 $ 122,710 $ - $ 24,416,710 11.65% 230 2015 $ $ - $ 23,050,000 $ 106,200 $ - $ 23,156,200 12.41% 213 2016 $ $ $ 21,759,000 $ 803,534 $ - $ 22,562,534 13.32% 207 2017 $ $ - $ 20,416,000 $ 643,393 $ $ 21,059,393 14.77% 190 NOTE: Details regarding the City's outstanding debt can be found in the notes to the financial statements. Source: City of Temecula - Finance Department Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 174 l]� l]] —&61('( -1°° -) Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report RATIO OF GENERAL BONDED DEBT Last Ten Fiscal Years Fiscal Year Certificates Tax Percent of Ended of Allocation Financing Capital Lease Assessed Per June 30 Participation Bonds Lease Payable Total Value* Capita 2008 $ 29,520,000 $ 63,210,000 $ - $ - $ 92,730,000 0.70% 955 2009 $ 29,255,000 $ 62,530,000 $ - $ $ 91,785,000 0.69% 920 2010 $ 28,550,000 $ 75,575,000 $ - $ $ 104,125,000 0.88% 1,014 2011 $ 27,825,000 $ 91,630,000 $ - $ $119,455,000 1.02% 1,137 2012 $ - $ - $ 26,646,000 $ 112,908 $ 26,758,908 0.23% 260 2013 $ - $ - $ 25,493,000 $ 145,762 $ 25,638,762 0.22% 244 2014 $ - $ $ 24,294,000 $ 122,710 $ 24,416,710 0.20% 230 2015 $ $ - $ 23,050,000 $ 106,200 $ 23,156,200 0.17% 213 2016 $ $ - $ 21,759,000 $ 803,534 $ 22,562,534 0.16% 207 2017 $ - $ $ 20,416,000 $ 643,393 $ 21,059,393 0.14% 190 *Assessed value has been used because the actual value of taxable property is not readily available in the State of California. Source: City of Temecula Finance Department Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 175 --er>11/(-- Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report LEGAL DEBT MARGIN Last Ten Fiscal Years Net Assessed Value Plus Exempt Property Total Assessed Value Debt Limit — 15% of total assessed value Amount of Debt Applicable to Debt Limit Less Assets in Debt Service Funds Available for Payment of Principal Total Amount of Debt Applicable to Debt Limit FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 (Values in Thousands) 2008 2009 2010 2011 $ 13,232,866 $ 13,321,012 $ 11,775,492 $ 11,700,673 113,341 114,841 115,783 115,944 $ 13,346,207 $ 13,435,853 $ 11,891,275 $ 11,816,617 2,001,931 2,015,378 1,783,691 1,772,493 24,535 24,535 24,105 23,665 (840) (857) (794) (796) 23,695 23,678 23,311 22,869 Legal Debt Margin (Debt Limit - Applicable Debt) $ 1,978,236 $ 1,991,700 Total Net Debt Applicable to the Limit as a Percentage of Debt Limit Source: City of Temecula Finance Department 1,760,380 $ 1,749,624 1.18% 1.17% 1.31% 1.29% Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 176 0...zw.3%,;,„,, Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 (Values in Thousands) 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 $ 11,728,422 $ 11,738,736 $ 12,318,283 $ 13,256,859 $ 13,956,588 $ 14,660,000 114,451 112,450 109,890 108,001 107,401 107,239 $ 11,842,873 $ 11,851,186 $ 12,428,173 $ 13,364,860 $ 14,063,989 $ 14,767,239 1,776,431 26,646 1,777,678 25,493 26,646 25,493 1,864,226 2,004,729 24,294 23,050 24,294 23,050 2,109,598 2,215,086 21,759 20,416 21,759 20,416 $ 1,749,785 $ 1,752,185 $ 1,839,932 $ 1,981,679 $ 2,087,839 $ 2,194,670 1.50% 1.43% Source: City of Temecula Finance Department 1.30% 1.15% 1.03% 0.92% Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 177 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report PLEDGED REVENUE COVERAGE Last Ten Fiscal Years Fiscal Year Tax Ended Tax Allocation June 30 Increment Principal Interest Coverage Bonds 2008 $ 18,741,727 $ 755,000 $ 2,897,307 5.13 $ 63,210,000 2009 $ 20,315,017 $ 680,000 $ 3,078,921 5.40 $ 62,530,000 2010 $ 20,684,073 $ 710,000 $ 3,051,121 5.50 $ 75,575,000 2011 $ 19,809,410 $ 980,000 $ 3,915,543 4.05 $ 91,630,000 2012 $ 9,442,075 $ 1,335,000 $ 2,458,141 2.49 $ 2013 $ $ $ $ 2014 $ - $ $ - - $ 2015 $ $ $ $ 2016 $ - $ $ - - $ 2017 $ - $ $ - - $ Source: City of Temecula Finance Department Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 178 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report DEMOGRAPHIC AND ECONOMIC STATISTICS 179 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report DEMOGRAPHIC AND ECONOMIC STATISTICS Last Ten Calendar Years Personal Per Capita Calendar Income (In Personal Unemployment Year Population Thousands) Income Rate 2008 97,131 $ 2,783,278 $ 28,655 4.0% 2009 99,809 $ 2,887,286 $ 28,928 5.7% 2010 102,713 $ 2,883,377 $ 28,072 9.3% 2011 105,029 $ 2,718,676 $ 25,885 10.1% 2012 103,092 $ 2,787,505 $ 27,039 9.3% 2013 104,879 $ 2,776,147 $ 26,470 6.5% 2014 106,289 $ 2,845,250 $ 26,769 5.6% 2015 108,920 $ 2,874,756 $ 26,393 4.7% 2016 109,064 $ 3,004,878 $ 27,552 4.8% 2017 111,024 $ 3,111,249 $ 28,023 4.4% Source: HDL, Coren & Cone Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 180 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report NAME OF EMPLOYER LARGEST EMPLOYERS BY NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES Current Year and Nine Years Ago Percent of Percent of Number of Total Number of Total Employees Employment Employees Employment As of June 2008 As of June 2017 Temecula Valley Unified School District 2,845 5.87% 3,050 4.58% Abbott Laboratories (aka Guidant) 3,270 6.75% 2,000 3.01% Professional Hospital Supply 800 1.65% 900 1.35% International Rectifier 600 1.24% 697 1.05% Temecula Valley Hospital 0.00% 650 0.98% Walmart 600 1.24% 600 0.90% Milgard Manufacturing 275 0.57% 408 0.61% Costco Wholesale Corporation 345 0.71% 404 0.61% EMD Millipore (aka Chemi Con International) 320 0.66% 375 0.56% Macy's (Robinson's May) 350 0.72% 353 0.53% Channell Commercial Corp. 256 0.53% 320 0.48% DCH Auto Group Temecula 300 0.62% 312 0.47% FFF Enterprises Inc. 163 0.34% 303 0.46% Temecula Creek Inn 150 0.31% 254 0.38% The Scotts Company 140 0.29% 244 0.37% Home Depot 191 0.39% 210 0.32% Ar Bus Commuincations (Cassidian Comm.) 226 0.47% 190 0.29% Toyota of Temecula Valley 200 0.41% 187 0.28% Albertson's 162 0.33% 170 0.26% Lowe's 142 0.29% 170 0.26% Dayton Hudson/Target 205 0.42% 170 0.26% City of Temecula 210 0.43% 158 0.24% Opto 22, Inc. 180 0.37% 150 0.23% Gosch Ford Lincoln Mercury 160 0.33% 150 0.23% JC Penney Company 200 0.41% 150 0.23% Rancho California Water District 149 0.31% 143 0.21% McMillan Farm Management 130 0.27% 120 0.18% Stater Brothers 192 0.40% 117 0.18% Southwest Traders 180 0.53% 109 0.16% K -Mart Corporation 109 0.23% 95 0.14% Sears 240 0.50% 81 0.12% Source: City of Temecula - Finance Department Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 181 182 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report OPERATING INFORMATION 183 l,27� Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report OPERATING INDICATORS BY FUNCTION Last Ten Fiscal Years FISCAL YEAR FUNCTION 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 Police: Total Citations 15,164 17,747 16,348 19,071 19,065 20,420 19,248 20,766 17,549 15,667 Red Light Citations 1,938 2,866 2,007 1,825 1,660 1,046 590 807 1,006 1,246 DUI Arrests 439 352 357 400 341 387 259 188 211 234 Traffic Collisions 557 799 767 930 763 724 876 867 861 934 Fire: Number of Emergency Calls 5,764 6,087 6,333 6,583 6,890 7,202 7,194 7,586 8,051 8,839 Inspections 3,633 938 3,134 2,408 2,731 3,503 3,144 2,610 2,746 3,206 Public Works: Miles of City Streets Slurry Sealed 12 13 14 7.8 22 15 28 19.31 Parks and Recreation: Number of Recreation Classes 800 1000 1000 1150 1,350 1,300 1,600 1,300 1,500 2,000 Number of Parks 37 38 39 39 39 39 39 39 40 40 Source: City of Temecula Finance Department Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 184 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report FULL-TIME CITY EMPLOYEES Last Ten Fiscal Years FISCAL YEAR FUNCTION 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 City Council 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 City Manager City Manager 10.00 11.00 5.00 4.50 4.50 4.00 5.00 3.75 3.75 3.75 Human Resources - 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.00 2.75 3.50 3.25 3.25 Economic Development 2.50 3.00 1.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 3.30 3.30 Emergency Management - - - 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.50 0.50 City Clerk 8.00 8.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 Finance Strategic Budgeting & Operations - - - 4.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Finance 15.50 15.50 14.00 13.50 13.00 9.00 12.50 12.50 12.40 12.40 Community Development Planning 24.00 19.65 11.70 4.90 9.15 9.00 9.75 6.50 7.00 8.08 Building and Safety 21.00 21.90 16.90 15.90 13.00 13.25 10.75 14.25 15.00 13.78 Public Works Land Development 15.38 13.63 9.80 7.95 6.60 6.70 6.70 7.25 7.25 7.58 Public Works 48.62 50.37 19.80 19.60 18.60 18.90 18.90 19.40 19.20 19.20 CIP Administration - 15.40 13.25 13.60 13.05 13.05 11.80 11.20 11.20 Parks Maintenance - 8.00 8.00 8.20 8.00 8.00 Police 1.00 1.00 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.38 0.38 Fire 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.50 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 Community Services 37.90 38.40 35.65 33.15 32.05 26.55 30.30 29.30 29.30 29.40 Business Incubator Resource - 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.70 0.60 Community Development Block Grant - 0.70 0.70 0.85 0.80 0.13 Redevelopment Agency 3.00 4.45 4.40 6.45 Successor to the Redevelopment Agency - 4.25 Affordable Housing - - - 2.55 2.05 1.65 1.45 1.03 Community Facility District - 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.22 0.22 Internal Services Funds Internal Service Funds 18.35 17.85 - - 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Insurance - 0.50 0.50 0.50 0.50 1.25 0.75 0.50 0.50 Information Technology 10.00 10.00 9.00 9.00 9.50 9.70 9.70 9.90 Central Services 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 Support Services 2.00 3.50 3.30 3.50 3.30 Facilities 4.35 4.30 5.75 4.80 4.80 4.80 4.80 4.70 210.75 209.75 171.00 158.00 152.00 154.00 158.00 156.00 156.20 155.20 Source: City of Temecula Finance Department Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 185 L» Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report CAPITAL ASSET STATISTICS BY FUNCTION Last Ten Fiscal Years FISCAL YEAR Function 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 Police: Stations 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Storefronts 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Fire: Stations 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Public Works: Miles of Streets 284.9 293.6 300.68 299.19 301.44 307.18 309.3 313.49 315.48 315.47 Traffic Signals 96 110 113 118 121 122 122 122 122 122 Parks and Recreation: Number of Parks 38 38 39 39 39 39 39 39 40 40 Source: City of Temecula Departments Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 186 Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report COMPARATIVE CITY INFORMATION ESTIMATED BUDGETED NUMBER OF GENERAL FUND GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURE NAME OF CITY YEAR EMPLOYEES POPULATION REVENUES EXPENDITURES S PER CAPITA TEMECULA 2017 157 111,024 $ 69,409,540 $ 69,139,252 $ 623 2016 158 109,064 $ 69,558,281 $ 65,986,844 $ 605 2015 158 108,920 $ 65,853,760 $ 65,418,521 $ 601 2014 156* 106,289 $ 61,977,909 $ 61,639,375 $ 580 2013 160* 104,879 $ 60,338,110 $ 60,124,586 $ 573 2012 158* 103,092 $ 58,195,650 $ 57,969,867 $ 562 ESCONDIDO 2017 978 151,492 $ 93,508,000 $ 93,508,000 $ 617 2016 978 150,760 $ 91,416,000 $ 92,644,125 $ 615 2015 978 147,294 $ 89,213,910 $ 90,468,505 $ 614 2014 1,000 147,102 $ 86,278,100 $ 87,586,765 $ 595 2013 1,116 145,908 $ 80,694,915 $ 81,891,615 $ 561 2012 1,073 143,000 $ 75,900,000 $ 76,100,000 $ 532 MORENO VALLEY 2017 354 206,750 $ 92,881,528 $ 91,165,357 $ 441 2016 354 201,175 $ 91,885,401 $ 90,909,226 $ 452 2015 354 202,976 $ 89,392,559 $ 87,509,843 $ 431 2014 361 199,258 $ 79,960,000 $ 80,840,000 $ 406 2013 400 198,129 $ 77,892,736 $ 76,868,536 $ 388 2012 435 196,495 $ 75,856,762 $ 77,160,662 $ 393 HEMET 2017 286 81,868 $ 38,446,697 $ 38,795,215 $ 474 2016 293 83,032 $ 36,792,685 $ 40,958,937 $ 493 2015 291 82,253 $ 35,914,300 $ 39,298,385 $ 478 2014 288 81,537 $ 34,600,000 $ 39,065,000 $ 479 2013 266 80,877 $ 37,374,000 $ 34,670,000 $ 429 2012 284 81,000 $ 31,991,700 $ 34,647,200 $ 428 LAKE ELSINORE 2017 130 62,092 $ 40,447,406 $ 41,526,344 $ 669 2016 130 58,426 $ 38,179,983 $ 41,526,344 $ 711 2015 131 60,029 $ 38,126,132 $ 38,952,583 $ 649 2014 111 56,718 $ 35,872,965 $ 37,675,788 $ 664 2013 78 55,430 $ 27,115,197 $ 29,944,817 $ 540 2012 80 54,000 $ 25,303,554 $ 26,649,026 $ 494 MURRIETA 2017 315 114,914 $ 41,456,896 $ 41,256,896 $ 359 2016 310 113,795 $ 41,456,896 $ 39,970,664 $ 351 2015 310 108,368 $ 39,954,041 $ 38,824,448 $ 358 2014 312 106,425 $ 34,775,900 $ 35,785,826 $ 336 2013 340 105,832 $ 33,927,381 $ 35,203,150 $ 333 2012 335 102,000 $ 32,901,670 $ 34,429,545 $ 338 Source: City of Temecula - Finance Department Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 187 1-14 '-t C?""4.----; Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS June 30, 2017 Incorporation Date December 1, 1989 Form of Government Council / City Manager Number of Authorized City Employees (full-time equivalent) 157 Number of Registered Voters 52,824 Personal Family Income $97,573 Area in Square Miles 37.19 Altitude 1000-1200 Feet Rainfall 19.42 inches per year Location 55 miles north of San Diego; 85 miles southeast of Los Angeles 315.47 Miles of streets Park sites Park Acreage (total) Park Acreage (developed) Education: 40 597 309 Number of Schools 32 Number of Teachers 1,382 Number of Students Enrolled 27,700 Libraries (contracted with Riverside County): Number of Libraries 2 Number of Volumes 3 million Fire Protection (contracted with Riverside County): Number of Stations 5 Number of Firefighters 67 Number of Volunteer Firefighters 0 Police Protection (contracted with Riverside County): Number of Stations 3 Number of Sworn Officers 111 Supervision / Management 20 Public School Fiscal Year Population* Enrollment" 2008 101,057 28,186 2009 102,604 28,697 2010 105,029 29,492 2011 101,657 24,835 2012 103,092 25,671 2013 104,879 28,752 2014 106,289 28,509 2015 108,920 28,426 2016 109,064 27,700 2017 111,024 27,700 SOURCE: *State of California, Department of Finance "Temecula Valley Unified School District Source: City of Temecula - Finance Department Fiscal Year 2016-17 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 188 VAVRINEK, TRINE, DAY . CO., LLP VALUE THE Certified Public Accountants To the City Council City of Temecula, California We have audited the financial statements of the governmental activities, each major fund, and the aggregate remaining fund information of the City of Temecula, California (City) for the year ended June 30, 2017. Professional standards require that we provide you with information about our responsibilities under generally accepted auditing standards, and Government Auditing Standards, as well as certain information related to the planned scope and timing of our audit. We have communicated such information in our letter to you dated May 18, 2017. Professional standards also require that we communicate to you the following information related to our audit. Significant Audit Findings Qualitative Aspects of Accounting Practices Management is responsible for the selection and use of appropriate accounting policies. The significant accounting policies used by the City are described in Note 1 to the financial statements. No new accounting policies were adopted and the application of existing policies was not changed during 2017. We noted no transactions entered into by the City during the year for which there is a lack of authoritative guidance or consensus. All significant transactions have been recognized in the financial statements in the proper period. Accounting estimates are an integral part of the financial statements prepared by management and are based on management's knowledge and experience about past and current events and assumptions about future events. Certain accounting estimates are particularly sensitive because of their significance to the financial statements and because of the possibility that future events affecting them may differ significantly from those expected. The most sensitive estimates affecting the City's financial statements were: Management's estimate of the • Net other post -employment benefits (OPEB) asset and related actuarial assumptions, • Fair market value of investments, • Net pension liability, deferred inflows of resources, deferred outflows of resources and disclosures related to defined benefit plans administered by the California Public Employees Retirement System (Ca1PERS), and • Management's estimate of the unearned revenue. We evaluated the key factors and assumptions used to develop these estimates in determining that it is reasonable in relation to the financial statements taken as a whole 1 19340 Jesse Ln.. Suite 260, Riverside. CA 92508 951.367.3000 951.367.3010 vtdcpa.com Certain financial statement disclosures are particularly sensitive because of their significance to financial statement users. The most sensitive disclosures affecting the financial statements were: • The disclosure of the City's defined benefit pension plan, net pension liability and related deferred inflows of resources and deferred outflows of resources in Note 8 to the financial statements. The valuation of the net pension liability and related deferred outflows (inflows) of resources are sensitive to the underlying actuarial assumptions used including, but not limited to, the investment rate of return and discount rate. As disclosed in Note 8, a 1% increase or decrease in the discount rate has a significant effect on the City's net pension liability. The financial statement disclosures are neutral, consistent, and clear. Difficulties Encountered in Performing the Audit We encountered no significant difficulties in dealing with management in performing and completing our audit. Disagreements with Management For purposes of this letter, a disagreement with management is a financial accounting, reporting, or auditing matter, whether or not resolved to our satisfaction, that could be significant to the financial statements or the auditors' report. We are pleased to report that no such disagreements arose during the course of our audit. Management Representation We have requested certain representations from management that are included in the management representation letter dated December 20, 2017. Management Consultations with Other Independent Accountants In some cases, management may decide to consult with other accountants about auditing and accounting matters, similar to obtaining a "second opinion" on certain situations. If a consultation involves application of an accounting principle to the City's financial statements or a determination of the type of auditor's opinion that may be expressed on those statements, our professional standards require the consulting accountant to check with us to determine that the consultant has all the relevant facts. To our knowledge, there were no such consultations with other accountants. Other Audit Findings or Issues We generally discuss a variety of matters, including the application of accounting principles and auditing standards, with management each year prior to retention as the City's auditors. However, these discussions occurred in the normal course of our professional relationship and our responses were not a condition to our retention. Other Matters We applied certain limited procedures to management's discussion and analysis, schedules of changes in the net pension liability and related ratios, schedule of contributions, and schedule of funding progress — other post - employment benefits, which are required supplementary information (RSI) that supplements the basic financial statements. Our procedures consisted of inquiries of management regarding the methods of preparing the information and comparing the information for consistency with management's responses to our inquiries, the basic financial statements, and other knowledge we obtained during our audit of the basic financial statements. We did not audit the RSI and do not express an opinion or provide any assurance on the RSI. 2 We were engaged to report on combining and individual non -major fund financial statements and schedules, which accompany the financial statements but are not RSI. With respect to this supplementary information, we made certain inquiries of management and evaluated the form, content, and methods of preparing the information to determine that the information complies with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America, the method of preparing it has not changed from the prior period, and the information is appropriate and complete in relation to our audit of the financial statements. We compared and reconciled the supplementary information to the underlying accounting records used to prepare the financial statements or to the financial statements themselves. We were not engaged to report on the introductory section and statistical section, which accompany the financial statements but are not RSI. Such information has not been subjected to the auditing procedures applied in the audit of the basic financial statements, and accordingly, we do not express an opinion or provide any assurance on it. Restriction on Use This information is intended solely for the information and use of the City Council and management of the City of Temecula and is not intended to be, and should not be, used by anyone other than these specified parties. Riverside, California December 20, 2017 3 INE, DAY 6 CO., LLP Certified Public Accountants VALUE THE ateterezemzt INDEPENDENT AUDITORS' REPORT ON INTERNAL CONTROL OVER FINANCIAL REPORTING, AND ON COMPLIANCE AND OTHER MATTERS BASED ON AN AUDIT OF FINANCIAL STATEMENTS PERFORMED IN ACCORDANCE WITH GOVERNMENT AUDITING STANDARDS To the City Council City of Temecula, California We have audited, in accordance with the auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America and the standards applicable to financial audits contained in Government Auditing Standards issued by the Comptroller General of the United States, the financial statements of the governmental activities, each major fund, and the aggregate remaining fund information of the City of Temecula, California (City), as of and for the year ended June 30, 2017, and the related notes to the financial statements, which collectively comprise the City's basic financial statements and have issued our report thereon dated December 20, 2017. Internal Control Over Financial Reporting In planning and performing our audit of the financial statements, we considered the City's internal control over financial reporting (internal control) to determine the audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances for the purpose of expressing our opinions on the financial statements, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the City's internal control. Accordingly, we do not express an opinion on the effectiveness of the City's internal control. A deficiency in internal control exists when the design or operation of a control does not allow management or employees, in the normal course of performing their assigned functions, to prevent, or detect and correct, misstatements on a timely basis. A material weakness is a deficiency, or a combination of deficiencies, in internal control such that there is a reasonable possibility that a material misstatement of the entity's financial statements will not be prevented, or detected and corrected on a timely basis. A significant deficiency is a deficiency, or a combination of deficiencies, in internal control that is less severe than a material weakness, yet important enough to merit attention by those charged with governance. Our consideration of internal control was for the limited purpose described in the first paragraph of this section and was not designed to identify all deficiencies in internal control that might be material weaknesses or significant deficiencies. Given these limitations, during our audit we did not identify any deficiencies in internal control that we consider to be material weaknesses. However, material weaknesses may exist that have not been identified. 1 19340 Jesse Ln., Suite 260, Riverside, CA 92508 951 .367.3000 951.367.3010 vtdcpa.com Compliance and Other Matters As part of obtaining reasonable assurance about whether the City's financial statements are free from material misstatement, we performed tests of its compliance with certain provisions of laws, regulations, contracts, and grant agreements, noncompliance with which could have a direct and material effect on the determination of financial statement amounts. However, providing an opinion on compliance with those provisions was not an objective of our audit, and accordingly, we do not express such an opinion. The results of our tests disclosed no instances of noncompliance or other matters that are required to be reported under Government Auditing Standards. Purpose of this Report The purpose of this report is solely to describe the scope of our testing of internal control and compliance and the results of that testing, and not to provide an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity's internal control or on compliance. This report is an integral part of an audit performed in accordance with Government Auditing Standards in considering the entity's internal control and compliance. Accordingly, this communication is not suitable for any other purpose. ofieg,;,L/66, Riverside, Califo/nia December 20, 2017 2 CITY COUNCIL CONSENT Item No. 1 Approvals City Attorney Director of Finance City Manager J14, --- a?. CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Randi Johl, City Clerk DATE: February 27, 2018 SUBJECT: Waive Reading of Standard Ordinances and Resolutions PREPARED BY: Randi Johl, 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 CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 41000 MAIN STREET TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA FEBRUARY 13, 2018 — 7:00 PM No Closed Session At 7:00 PM Mayor Rahn called the City Council meeting to order to consider the matters described on the agenda. CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Matt Rahn Prelude Music: The Great Oak High School Jazz Trio "Soul Tree" Invocation: Youth Pastor Jeremy Marino of Calvary Chapel Bible Fellowship Flag Salute: Council Member Maryann Edwards ROLL CALL: Comerchero, Edwards, Naggar, Stewart, Rahn PRESENTATIONS/PROCLAMATIONS Presentation for Reality Rally Event Presentation in Remembrance of Retired Fire Captain Gary Gunn PUBLIC COMMENTS The following individuals addressed the City Council on non -agenda items: • Jack Schwank, Edgar Lopez, Kalei Lopez, Ben Gibbs and Emma Sullivan (Temecula Elementary School) The following individual addressed the City Council on Consent Calendar item: • Raj Goyal (13) CITY COUNCIL REPORTS CONSENT CALENDAR 1 Waive Reading of Standard Ordinances and Resolutions - Approved Staff Recommendation (5-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Naggar, Stewart and Rahn. RECOMMENDATION: Action Minutes 021318 1 1.1 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. 2 Approve the Action Minutes of January 23, 2018 - Approved Staff Recommendation (5-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Naggar, Stewart and Rahn. RECOMMENDATION: 2.1 That the City Council approve the action minutes of January 23, 2018. 3 Approve the List of Demands - Approved Staff Recommendation (5-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Naggar, Stewart and Rahn. RECOMMENDATION: 3.1 That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 18-09 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ALLOWING CERTAIN CLAIMS AND DEMANDS AS SET FORTH IN EXHIBIT A 4 Receive Report Regarding Status of Upcoming Vacancies on Boards and Commissions - Approved Staff Recommendation (5-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Naggar, Stewart and Rahn. RECOMMENDATION; 4.1 That the City Council receive the report regarding the status of upcoming vacancies on Boards and Commissions. 5 Approve Office Lease at the Old Town Parking Structure Between the City of Temecula and Temecula Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau dba Visit Temecula Valley - Approved Staff Recommendation (5-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Naggar, Stewart and Rahn. RECOMMENDATION: 5.1 Approve an Office Lease at the Old Town Parking Structure between the City of Temecula and Temecula Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau dba Visit Temecula Valley and authorize the Assistant City Manager to Execute the Lease; 5.2 Appropriate $200,000 from the 2007 Tax Allocation Bonds. Action Minutes 021318 2 6 Approve Revisions to Various Agreements to Enable the City to Purchase Solar Generated Electricity from the Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve Solar Power Generating Facility - Approved Staff Recommendation (4-0-1, Rahn abstain); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Naggar, and Stewart with Rahn abstaining. RECOMMENDATION: 6.1 That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 18-10 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA, ACTING AS THE LEGISLATIVE BODY OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AND AS A MEMBER OF THE SOUTHWEST RIVERSIDE COUNTY ENERGY AUTHORITY (SRCEA), AMENDING RESOLUTION NO. 17-75 TO PROVIDE THAT ALL OF THE APPROVALS AND AUTHORIZATIONS SET FORTH IN RESOLUTION NO. 17-75 SHALL INCLUDE A REVISED TERMINATION FEE TO THE PROPOSED POWER PURCHASE AGREEMENT 7 Approve a Cooperative Agreement with Non-profit Temecula Valley Alano Club in Support of AA Workshop Group Meetings - Approved Staff Recommendation (5-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Naggar, Stewart and Rahn. RECOMMENDATION: 7.1 That the City Council approve the Cooperative Agreement with non-profit Temecula Valley Alano Club, in the amount of $4,218 of in-kind facility services/costs annually, in support of the group's Temecula Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Workshop Group Meetings. 8 Approve Specifications and Authorize Solicitation of Construction Bids for the Pavement Rehabilitation Program — Citywide, Rancho California Road, Project Number PW17-26 - Approved Staff Recommendation (5-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Naggar, Stewart and Rahn. RECOMMENDATION: 8.1 That the City Council approve the specifications and authorize the Department of Public Works to solicit construction bids for the Pavement Rehabilitation Program — Citywide, Rancho California Road (Old Town Front Street to the Western City Limits), Project Number PW17-26. 9 Receive and File Temporary Street Closures for 2018 Springfest Events — Receive and file RECOMMENDATION: Action Minutes 021318 3 9.1 That the City Council receive and file the following proposed action by the City Manager: Temporarily close certain streets for the following 2018 Springfest Events: ROD RUN OLD TOWN TEMECULA BLUES FESTIVAL TASTE OF TEMECULA REALITY RALLY RECESS: At 7:22 PM, the City Council recessed and convened as the Temecula Community Services District Meeting and the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency Meeting. At 7:30 PM, the City Council resumed with the remainder of the City Council Agenda. RECONVENE TEMECULA CITY COUNCIL CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS 13 Introduce Ordinance Amending Section 10.44.010 of the Temecula Municipal Code Relating to the Use of Golf Carts on Royal Birkdale Drive from Meadows Parkway to Temeku Drive - Approved Staff Recommendation (5-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Stewart; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Naggar, Stewart and Rahn. RECOMMENDATION: 13.1 That the City Council introduce and read by title only an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 18-05 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, AMENDING SECTION 10.44.010 OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE RELATING TO THE USE OF GOLF CARTS ON ROYAL BIRKDALE DRIVE FROM MEADOWS PARKWAY TO TEMEKU DRIVE 14 Receive Presentation and Adopt a Joint Resolution for the Temecula Area City County Schools Partnership with the City of Temecula, County of Riverside, and the Temecula Valley Unified School District - Approved Staff Recommendation (5-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Edwards; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Naggar, Stewart and Rahn. Motion to approve included $5,000 TCSD grant. RECOMMENDATION: 14.1 That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: Action Minutes 021318 4 RESOLUTION NO. 18-11 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING THE CONTINUATION OF THE TEMECULA AREA CITY COUNTY SCHOOLS PARTNERSHIP AS IT RELATES TO SUPPORT FOR AREA FOSTER YOUTH, INCLUDING EMANCIPATING FORMER FOSTER YOUTH 15 Selection of 2018 City Council Committees - Approved Staff Recommendation (5-0); Motion by Comerchero, Second by Naggar; and electronic vote reflected approval by Comerchero, Edwards, Naggar, Stewart and Rahn. Motion to approve included continuance of Pechanga Tribal Council Representatives assignments. RECOMMENDATION: 15.1 That the City Council consider and appoint members to serve on various City Council Committees for calendar year 2018. JOINT MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL, PLANNING COMMISSION AND OLD TOWN LOCAL REVIEW BOARD 16 Conduct Annual Joint Meeting Between the City Council and the Planning Commission — Receive and file RECOMMENDATION: 16.1 That the City Council conduct the annual joint meeting between the City Council and the Planning Commission. 17 Conduct Annual Joint Meeting Between the City Council and the Old Town Local Review Board — Receive and file RECOMMENDATION: 17.1 That the City Council conduct the annual joint meeting between the City Council and the Old Town Local Review Board. ADJOURNMENT OF JOINT MEETING DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS 18 City Council Travel/Conference Report COMMISSION REPORTS PUBLIC SAFETY REPORT CITY MANAGER REPORT CITY ATTORNEY REPORT Action Minutes 021318 5 ADJOURNMENT At 8:40 PM, the City Council meeting was formally adjourned to Tuesday, February 27, 2018, at 5:30 PM for Closed Session, with regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. *** Adjourned in Memory of Retired Fire Captain Gary Gunn *** Matt Rahn, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] Action Minutes 021318 6 Item No. 3 Approvals City Attorney Director of Finance City Manager CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Jennifer Hennessy, Director of Finance DATE: February 27, 2018 SUBJECT: Approve the List of Demands PREPARED BY: Pascale Brown, Fiscal Services Manager Jada Shafe, Accounting Technician 11 RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 18- 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. 18- 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 $10,742,490.48. 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 27th day of February, 2018. 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. 18- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 27th day of February, 2018, 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 02/01/2018 TOTAL CHECK RUN: $ 1,022,336.43 02/08/2018 TOTAL CHECK RUN: 9,200,864.20 02/08/2018 TOTAL PAYROLL RUN: 519,289.85 TOTAL LIST OF DEMANDS FOR 02/27/2018 COUNCIL MEETING: $ 10,742,490.48 DISBURSEMENTS BY FUND: CHECKS: CITY OF TEMECULA LIST OF DEMANDS 001 GENERAL FUND $ 905,672.54 125 PEG PUBLIC EDUCATION & GOVERNMENT 3,959.69 140 COMMUNITY DEV BLOCK GRANT 6,841.67 165 AFFORDABLE HOUSING 4,059.26 190 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT 208,805.83 192 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL B STREET LIGHTS 350.04 194 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL D REFUSE RECYCLING 3,846,399.43 195 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL R STREET ROAD MAINTENANCE 2,700.00 196 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "L" LAKE PARK MAINT. 6,733.40 197 TEMECULA LIBRARY FUND 11,126.21 210 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FUND 573,015.27 300 INSURANCE FUND 873.28 305 WORKERS' COMPENSATION 32,361.72 320 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 115,574.16 325 TECHNOLOGY REPLACEMENT FUND 42.17 330 CENTRAL SERVICES 13,421.65 340 FACILITIES 50,383.06 472 CFD 01-2 HARVESTON A&B DEBT SERVICE 507,342.26 473 CFD 03-1 CROWNE HILL DEBT SERVICE FUND 414,964.87 474 AD03-4 JOHN WARNER ROAD DEBT SERVICE 47,653.19 475 CFD03-3 WOLF CREEK DEBT SERVICE FUND 966,842.03 476 CFD 03-6 HARVESTON 2 DEBT SERVICE FUND 151,855.54 477 CFD 03-02 RORIPAUGH DEBT SERVICE FUND 374,698.70 478 CFD 16-01 RORIPAUGH PHASE II 1,846,234.80 501 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 1 SADDLEWOOD 2,250.94 502 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 2 WINCHESTER CREEK 1,705.88 503 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 3 RANCHO HIGHLANDS 3,704.80 504 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 4 THE VINEYARDS 370.30 505 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 5 SIGNET SERIES 1,472.79 506 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 6 WOODCREST COUNTRY 951.33 507 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 7 RIDGEVIEW 709.94 508 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 8 VILLAGE GROVE 17,158.47 509 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 9 RANCHO SOLANA 107.63 510 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 10 MARTINIQUE 300.30 511 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 11 MEADOWVIEW 100.89 512 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 12 VINTAGE HILLS 10,891.61 513 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 13 PRESLEY DEVELOP. 2,440.01 514 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 14 MORRISON HOMES 584.87 515 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 15 BARCLAY ESTATES 466.87 516 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 16 TRADEWINDS 3,078.61 517 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 17 MONTE VISTA 98.23 518 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 18 TEMEKU HILLS 4,797.83 519 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 19 CHANTEMAR 2,345.07 520 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 20 CROWNE HILL 18,200.95 521 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 21 VAIL RANCH 22,237.87 522 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 22 SUTTON PLACE 182.21 523 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 23 PHEASENT RUN 560.92 524 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 24 HARVESTON 6,672.54 525 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 25 SERENAHILLS 1,868.85 526 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 26 GALLERYTRADITION 289.31 527 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 27 AVONDALE 351.09 528 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 28 WOLF CREEK 17,816.09 529 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 29 GALLERY PORTRAIT 263.66 700 CERBT CALIFORNIA EE RETIREE-GASB45 9,310.00 $ 10,223,200.63 CITY OF TEMECULA LIST OF DEMANDS 001 GENERAL FUND $ 292,583.10 140 COMMUNITY DEV BLOCK GRANT 427.86 165 AFFORDABLE HOUSING 3,128.49 190 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT 119,196.12 192 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL B STREET LIGHTS 334.99 194 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL D REFUSE RECYCLING 2,390.22 196 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "L" LAKE PARK MAINT. 371.57 197 TEMECULA LIBRARY FUND 1,781.18 300 INSURANCE FUND 1,034.65 305 WORKERS' COMPENSATION 1,980.59 320 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 30,669.57 330 CENTRAL SERVICES 4,187.02 340 FACILITIES 7,556.55 472 CFD 01-2 HARVESTONA&B DEBT SERVICE 43.16 473 CFD 03-1 CROWNE HILL DEBT SERVICE FUND 43.16 474 AD03-4 JOHN WARNER ROAD DEBT SERVICE 43.16 475 CFD03-3 WOLF CREEK DEBT SERVICE FUND 43.16 476 CFD 03-6 HARVESTON 2 DEBT SERVICE FUND 43.16 477 CFD 03-02 RORIPAUGH DEBT SERVICE FUND 43.16 478 CFD 16-01 RORIPAUGH PHASE II 215.85 501 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 1 SADDLEWOOD 28.16 502 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 2 WINCHESTER CREEK 45.90 503 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 3 RANCHO HIGHLANDS 38.58 504 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 4 THE VINEYARDS 5.70 505 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 5 SIGNET SERIES 64.67 506 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 6 WOODCREST COUNTRY 10.07 507 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 7 RIDGEVIEW 11.46 508 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 8 VILLAGE GROVE 217.13 509 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 9 RANCHO SOLANA 2.00 510 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 10 MARTINIQUE 9.34 511 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 11 MEADOWVIEW 3.45 512 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 12 VINTAGE HILLS 124.81 513 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 13 PRESLEY DEVELOP. 26.66 514 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 14 MORRISON HOMES 9.61 515 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 15 BARCLAY ESTATES 7.92 516 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 16 TRADEWINDS 31.23 517 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 17 MONTE VISTA 1.08 518 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 18 TEMEKU HILLS 115.82 519 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 19 CHANTEMAR 61.78 520 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 20 CROWNE HILL 172.95 521 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 21 VAIL RANCH 283.87 522 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 22 SUTTON PLACE 4.27 523 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 23 PHEASENT RUN 7.40 524 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 24 HARVESTON 159.72 525 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 25 SERENA HILLS 51.34 526 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 26 GALLERYTRADITION 1.46 527 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 27 AVONDALE 7.40 528 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 28 WOLF CREEK 245.30 529 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 29 GALLERY PORTRAIT 2.78 700 CERBT CALIFORNIA EE RETIREE-GASB45 51,421.27 519,289.85 TOTAL BY FUND: $ 10,742,490.48 apChkLst Final Check List 02/01/2018 12:27:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 1 Bank : union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 3641 01/09/2018 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA Description Amount Paid Check Total 020444 MEETINGSIFT.COM MH MONTHLY RENEWAL FEES 149.00 149.00 3645 01/09/2018 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 009734 IN -N -OUT BURGERS IG DEPOSIT FOR JUNE 18 EOQ MTG 500.00 008668 WES FLOWERS IG SUNSHINE FUND 61.43 004905 LIEBERT, CASSIDY & IG PUBLIC AGENCY LEGISLATIVE 70.00 WHITMORE UPDATE 017736 FEAST CALIFORNIA CAFE, LLC 004905 LIEBERT, CASSIDY & WHITMORE IG RFRSHMNTS: ED ANALYST PANEL 44.58 INTERVIEW IG LAW CONSORTIUM 50.00 001264 COSTCOTEMECULA#491 IG RFSHMNTS: INTERVIEW PANEL 152.77 007282 AMAZON.COM, INC IG PRIME MEMBERSHIP 107.66 007987 WALMART IG SIGN FOR DOOR: HR 39.15 008668 WES FLOWERS IG SUNSHINE FUND 61.43 3650 12/11/2017 006887 UNION BANK OF CALIFORNIA 020444 MEETINGSIFT.COM MH MONTHLY RENEWAL FEES 149.00 013338 APPLE STORE MH APPLECARE:NEW CITY ISSUED 5,109.00 PHONES 018493 CITY OF TEMECULA MH TESTING 1.00 018493 CITY OF TEMECULA MH TESTING 9.00 002377 BEST BUY COMPANY INC MH ARLO SURVEILLANCE CAMERA 260.97 CITYWIDE 002377 BEST BUY COMPANY INC MH ARLO SURVEILLANCE CAMERA -217.49 CITYWIDE 002377 BEST BUY COMPANY INC MH ARLO SURVEILLANCE CAMERA 384.95 CITYWIDE 016539 SPECK PRODUCTS MH PHONE CASE FOR INFO TECH 48.88 013851 STORM SOURCE, LLC MH APPOINTMENT PLUS:IT 20.00 020445 WABA GRILL MH CHARGED IN ERROR TO 18.20 INCORRECT CARD 013338 APPLE STORE MH DEV SUBSCRIPTION: CITIZEN 99.00 ENGAGEMENT 3659 01/31/2018 000246 PERS (EMPLOYEES' EMPLOYEE PERS RETIREMENT RETIREMENT) PAYMENT 1,087.02 5,882.51 94,874.29 94,874.29 Page:1 apChkLst Final Check List 02101/2018 12:27:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 2 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 3662 01/26/2018 018098 ELITE CLAIMS MANAGEMENT, WORKERS COMP CLAIM INC 3663 01/26/2018 003577 CALIF STATE BOARD OF SALES & USE TAX RETURN JAN -DEC '17 30,000.00 30,000.00 23,269.00 23,269.00 3664 02/01/2018 007282 AMAZON.COM, INC BOOKS/COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY 16.04 16.04 187223 02/01/2018 020406 ADVANCEDADBAG PACKING BIODEGRADABLE DOGGIE WASTE INC BAGS: PARKS 187224 02/01/2018 015217 AIRGAS, INC. GAS FOR DRY ICE EXPERIMENTS:PPW GAS FOR DRY ICE EXPERIMENTS:PPW 187225 02/01/2018 000101 APPLE ONE INC DEC TEMP STAFF SVCS: CITY CLERK & BLDG 187226 02/01/2018 004623 AQUA SOURCE INC POOL TEST REAGENTS:AQUATICS 187227 02/01/2018 001445 ASSISTANCE LEAGUE OF FY 17/18 COMMUNITY SERVICE TEMECULA FUNDING 187228 02/01/2018 011954 BAKER & TAYLOR INC 2,079.65 2,079.65 10.80 5.09 15.89 6,089.85 6,089.85 170.82 170.82 5,000.00 5,000.00 BOOK COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY 242.89 BOOK COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY 12.65 BOOK COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY 19.92 187229 02/01/2018 018101 BARN STAGE COMPANY INC, STTLMNT:CABARETAT THE MERC: THE 01/28/18 187230 02/01/2018 020443 BIKE 365 REFUND: SEC DEP: RM RENTAL: CONF CTR 187231 02/01/2018 011348 BONCOR WATER SYSTEMS JAN WATER TANK FILTER REPL: STA73 LLC 187232 02/01/2018 010469 BOZONELOS, ROBERT MUSICAL PERF:ART OFF THE WALLS 2/2/18 187233 02/01/2018 004248 CALIF DEPT OF JUSTICE-ACCTING 187234 02/01/2018 004462 CDW, LLC DEC FINGERPRINTING SVCS: VAR. DEPTS. DEC DOJ ALCOHOL ANALYSIS:TEMECUL 275.46 1,022.00 1,022.00 350.00 350.00 254.00 254.00 250.00 250.00 3,307.00 875.00 NOV LIVESCAN/FINGERPRINTING: VARI. 3,822.00 8,004.00 MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP:INFO 435.39 435.39 TECH 187235 02/01/2018 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA #491 OFFICE SUPPLIES:INFO TECH 40.09 40.09 Page2 apChkLst Final Check List 02/01/2018 12:27:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 3 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 187236 02/01/2018 017038 CPS HR CONSULTING TEMECULA CNC SVCS: HUMAN RESOURCES 187237 02/01/2018 010650 CRAFTSMEN PLUMBING & HVAC INC 10,693.21 10,693.21 PLUMBING SVCS: STA 92 180.00 EQUIPMENT SVCS: STA 95 PLUMBING SRVCS: PBSP PLUMBING SRVCS & REPAIRS: RONALD PLUMBING SRVCS: WOLF CREEK PARK PLUMBING SRVCS: HOT SPRINGS PARK 598.15 314.28 195.00 672.45 385.00 187238 02/01/2018 018491 CRONBERG PHOTOGRAPHY TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 364.00 2,344.88 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 364.00 728.00 187239 02/01/2018 003272 DAISY WHEEL RIBBON CO.,INC MISC TONER & INK FOR 66.69 66.69 DBA PRINTERS:CIVIC CTR 187240 02/01/2018 001233 DANS FEED & SEED INC SUPPLIES: PW STREET 44.47 44.47 MAINTENANCE 187241 02/01/2018 001393 DATA TICKET, INC. DEC PARKING CITATION PROCESSING:POLICE 187242 02/01/2018 020360 DE NOVO PLANNING GROUP CEQAAnalysis for Seraphina Tentative 187243 02/01/2018 003945 DIAMOND ENVIRONMENTAL SRVCS PORTABLE RESTROOM RENTALS: LA SERENA WAY PORTABLE RESTROOM RENTALS: RIVEF RTABLE RESTROOM RENTALS: LONG C/ KITCHEN PM SVCS: BIRDSALL SPORTS I KITCHEN PM SRVC: RONALD REAGAN PORTABLE RESTROOM RENTALS: VAIL F 187244 02/01/2018 018247 DOKKEN ENGINEERING DEC DESIGN SRVCS: PW17-22 187245 02/01/2018 004192 DOWNS ENERGY FUEL & LUBRICANTS FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TRAFFIC DIV FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: BLDG INSPEI FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: CODE ENFOI FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: LAND DEV FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: TCSD FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: POLICE DEP' 187246 02/01/2018 013367 ELECTRO INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP: TRAFFIC 187247 02/01/2018 020430 ESQUIVIAS, LUCY REFUND: SEC DEP: RM RENTAL: TCC 949.95 949.95 2,740.00 2,740.00 55.96 55.96 55.96 255.00 170.00 55.96 648.84 558.00 558.00 97.24 44.98 92.79 70.47 285.94 88.35 679.77 306.19 306.19 200.00 200.00 Page:3 apChkLst Final Check List 02/01/2018 12:27:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 4 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 187248 02/01/2018 015090 EVAPCO PRODUCTS, INC. JAN CONDENSER H2O SYS MAINT: CIVIC CTR 583.50 583.50 187250 02/01/2018 001056 EXCEL LANDSCAPE, INC. JAN LDSCP MAINT:PARKS:MEDIANS 51,049.63 IRRIGATION REPAIRS: VARIOUS PARKS 9,251.85 JAN LDSCP MAINT:PARKS:MEDIANS 19,085.51 JAN LDSCP MAINT:PARKS:MEDIANS 54,261.63 JAN LDSCP MAINT SVCS: LEVEL C SLOP 23,074.18 JAN LDSCP MAINT SVCS: LEVEL C SLOP 36,314.91 DEC LDSCP MAINT SVCS:LEVEL C SLOP 36,314.91 JAN LDSCP MAINT SVCS: CRC 11,340.40 240,693.02 187251 02/01/2018 015330 FAIR HOUSING COUNCIL DEC CDBG SUB -RECIPIENT: FAIR 988.39 988.39 HOUSING SVC 187252 02/01/2018 017736 FEAST CALIFORNIA CAFE, LLC RFRSHMNTS:ART OFF THE WALLS 276.93 276.93 2/2/18 187253 02/01/2018 000165 FEDERAL EXPRESS INC 01/10 EXP MAIL SVCS: CITY CLERK & 78.17 01/04 EXPRESS MAIL SVCS: CITY CLERK 12.59 90.76 187254 02/01/2018 020329 FITNESS ARMORY INC., THE GYM EQUIPMENT: STA95 3,942.78 3,942.78 187255 02/01/2018 004834 FOX, RICHARD L. LECTURE:BEYOND WORDS EXHIBIT 100.00 100.00 187256 02/01/2018 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC JAN INTERNET SVCS:LIBRARY 186.98 JAN INTERNET SVCS:27415 ENTERPRISI 104.84 291.82 187257 02/01/2018 009097 FULL COMPASS SYSTEMS SOUND/LIGHTING & MISC SUPPLIES: 408.29 408.29 THEATER 187258 02/01/2018 016184 FUN EXPRESS, LLC MISC SUPPLIES:VAR SPECIAL EVENTS 729.36 SUPPLIES:HIGH HOPES 12.78 742.14 187259 02/01/2018 000177 GLENNIES OFFICE PRODUCTS OFFICE SUPPLIES: PUBLIC WORKS 98.57 INC 187260 02/01/2018 009608 GOLDEN VALLEY MUSIC SOCIETY 187261 02/01/2018 003792 GRAINGER MISC. OFFICE SUPPLIES: STA 95 195.70 MISC. OFFICE SUPPLIES: CODE ENFORC 23.74 MISC. OFFICE SUPPLIES: STA 95 28.69 346.70 STTLMNT: CLASSICS AT THE MERC: 598.50 598.50 JANUARY MISC STAGE SUPPLIES: THEATER 184.76 184.76 187262 02/01/2018 015451 GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL JAN LEASE FOR 16 COPIERS:CITY SVCS HALUOFF-S 580.64 580.64 Page.4 apChkLst Final Check List 02/01/2018 12:27:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 5 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 187263 02/01/2018 011843 GREEN TECHNOLOGY REGISTRATION: LANKENAU & CLEMENTS 90.00 90.00 187264 02/01/2018 000186 HANKS HARDWARE INC MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP: PW 167.39 TRAFFIC MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS 15.77 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS 22.77 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS 16.06 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS 173.98 MAINT SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 10.42 MAINT SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 26.26 MAINT SUPPLIES: LIBRARY 35.63 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES:PW STREET C 10.95 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES:PW STREET C 102.13 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES:PW STREET C 9.62 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS 46.81 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS 16.74 MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS 3.03 MAINT SUPPLIES-HARVESTON LK PK 107.65 MAINT SUPPLIES: CRC 20.11 MAINT SUPPLIES: CRC 48.93 MAINT SUPPLIES: PARKING GARAGE/JR 561.66 1,395.91 187265 02/01/2018 020441 HARRIS, LES REFUND: TEMECULA ROD RUN 35.00 35.00 PARTICIPANT 187266 02/01/2018 002109 HD SUPPLY CONSTR. SUPPLY MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: STREET DIV 59.80 59.80 LTD 187267 02/01/2018 000520 HDL COREN & CONE INC JAN -MAR PROPY TAX CONSULT: FINANCE 5,596.50 5,596.50 187268 02/01/2018 017334 HOUSE OF AUTOMATION INC. GARAGE/BAY DOOR SVC: STA73 375.00 187269 02/01/2018 006914 INNOVATIVE DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS GARAGE/BAY DOOR SVC: STA 95 DEC COPIER MAI NT/REPAIR/USAG E:CITYWI DE plotter/copier supplies:central services 942.50 1,317.50 417.40 110.81 DEC COPIER MAINT/REPAIR/USAGE:CIT' 4,908.45 5,436.66 187270 02/01/2018 003296 INTL CODE COUNCIL PUB: CALDAG2017- BUILDING AND 391.23 391.23 SAFETY 187271 02/01/2018 020143 JOHNSON, GREGORY THOMAS GAMBER JOHNSON TAB CRUZER FOR 1,667.84 1,667.84 GETAC 187272 02/01/2018 014312 KAMM INDUSTRIAL, INC. LIGHT POLE COVER: TVHS TENNIS COURTS 277.31 277.31 Page:5 apChkLst Final Check List 02101/2018 12:27:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 6 Bank : union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 187273 02/01/2018 020259 KAVEH ENGINEERING & 187274 02/01/2018 001282 KNORR SYSTEMS INC 187275 02/01/2018 017118 KRACH, BREE B. (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total OCT CONST.OF OVERLAND DR EXT: P W 16-06 CHEMICAL FEED PUMPS: CRC POOL COUNCIL RECOGNITION PLAQUE/UPDATE RECOGNITION AWARDS & TROPHIES:MF NAMETAGS:THEATER 187276 02/01/2018 009923 L S AASSOCIATES INC DEC RORIPAUGH RANCH EI R: PLAN NI NG 187277 02/01/2018 006744 LAMAR CORPORATION, THE BILLBOARD ADVERTISING:2018 ROD RUN 187278 02/01/2018 019508 LARRY WALKER ASSOCIATES, NOV ENVRNMNTL COMPLIANCE SVCS: INC. LAND DEV 187279 02/01/2018 000210 LEAGUE OF CALIF CITIES 2018 MBRSHP DUES STATEMENT 187280 02/01/2018 019722 LEKOS ELECTRIC, INC. DEC INSTALL TRAFFIC SIGNAL: PW15-11TS 187281 02/01/2018 004905 LIEBERT, CASSIDY & WHITMORE 187282 02/01/2018 004230 LINCOLN EQUIPMENT INC 187283 02/01/2018 013982 M C I COMM SERVICE 128, 350.46 128, 350.46 1,032.38 1,032.38 121.80 161.49 32.63 315.92 6,673.55 6,673.55 6,370.00 6,370.00 385.00 385.00 26,836.00 26,836.00 50,943.76 50,943.76 DEC HR LEGAL SVCS FOR 2,940.00 TE060-00001 DEC HR LEGAL SVCS FOR TE060-00016 20,558.70 AQUATIC SUPPLIES:AQUATICS 115.36 JAN XXX -0346 GENERAL USAGE 33.76 JAN XXX -0714 GEN USAGE:PD MALL ALF 23,498.70 115.36 35.46 69.22 187284 02/01/2018 004141 MAINTEX INC CLEANING SUPPLIES: VARIOUS 1,531.66 1,531.66 FACILITIES 187285 02/01/2018 020378 MATSON, HILLARY PERFORMANCE:CULTURALARTS 1/5 150.00 150.00 187286 02/01/2018 018675 MDG ASSOCIATES, INC. DEC CDBGADMIN SVCS 5,371.25 5,371.25 187287 02/01/2018 019823 MERCHANTS BLDG. MAINT. LLC DEC JANITORIAL SVCS: CITY 20,665.99 20,665.99 FACILITIES 187288 02/01/2018 013443 MIDWEST TAPE LLC BOOKS/COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY 44.69 44.69 Pages apChkLst Final Check List 02/01/2018 12:27:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 7 Bank : union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 187289 02/01/2018 012264 MIRANDA, JULIO C. (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 187290 02/01/2018 004043 MISSION ELECTRIC SUPPLY, REPLACEMENT LIGHT POLES: PALA INC PARK 537.60 470.40 218.40 3,401.11 1,226.40 3,401.11 187291 02/01/2018 016445 MKB PRINTING & CITY COUNCIL BUSINESS CARDS 605.39 PROMOTIONAL INC PRINTING SRVCS:BUILDING & SAFETY 350.38 955.77 187292 02/01/2018 017956 MONOPRICE INC. AUDIO VISUAL SUPPLIES:INFO TECH 47.17 47.17 187293 02/01/2018 004040 MORAMARCO,ANTHONYJ. TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 56.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 504.00 560.00 187294 02/01/2018 001214 MORNINGSTAR HOLIDAY LIGHTING -CIVIC CTR 3,699.00 PRODUCTIONS, LLC HOLIDAY LIGHTING -CIVIC CTR 1,766.56 5,465.56 187295 02/01/2018 001986 MUZAK LLC FEB DISH NETWORK PRGM:43230 BUS 151.27 PARK DR FEB DISH NETWORK PRGM:41952 6TH S 65.11 216.38 187296 02/01/2018 008820 NEIGHBORS NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING: TEMECULA PRESENTS 250.00 250.00 187297 02/01/2018 014391 NICHOLS, KELLIE D. TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 201.60 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 450.45 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 327.60 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 378.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 403.20 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 176.40 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 160.65 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 100.80 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 378.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 428.40 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 151.20 187298 02/01/2018 003964 OFFICE DEPOT BUSINESS SVS OFFICE SUPPLIES:PW LAND DEV 14.67 DIV 3,156.30 OFFICE SUPPLIES: HR 29.33 OFFICE SUPPLIES: HR 92.06 136.06 187299 02/01/2018 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE CITY VEHICLE MAINT SVCS:CODE ENF 1,200.92 1,200.92 187300 02/01/2018 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE CITY VEHICLE MAINT SVCS:POLICE 319.03 319.03 187301 02/01/2018 019711 OWEN GROUP, INC., OWEN NOVADATRANSITION PLAN UPDATE: 28,372.00 28,372.00 DESIGN GROUP PW Page:7 apChkLst Final Check List 02/0112018 12:27:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 8 Bank : union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total 187302 02/01/2018 003663 PECHANGA BAND OF LUISENO DEC EXCAV. MNTRG: I -15/79S ULT. 966.36 966.36 INTRCHG 187303 02/01/2018 004029 R J M DESIGN GROUP INC DEC SRVCS:I-15 BRANDING & 13,181.11 VISIONING NOV SRVCS:I-15 BRANDING & VISIONIN( 13,404.51 26,585.62 187304 02/01/2018 000262 RANCHO CALIF WATER 12/14/17-1/13/18 VAR WATER METERS 663.09 DISTRICT JAN 3000354 CRC 1,111.57 12/14/17-1/13/18 VAR WATER METERS 3,329.76 12/14/17-1/13/18 VAR WATER METERS 25,167.72 30,272.14 187305 02/01/2018 000947 RANCHO REPROGRAPHICS REPROGRAPHICS SRVCS:OVRLND 10.88 EXT PW1606 REPROGRAPHICS SRVCS:OVLND EXT P 9.79 REPROGRAPHICS SRVCS:OVLND EXT P 23.49 44.16 187306 02/01/2018 020440 RECOVERY INNOVATIONS INC REFUND: SEC DEP: RM RENTAL: TCC 200.00 200.00 187307 02/01/2018 003591 RENES COMMERCIAL HOMELESS ENCAMPMENT CLEANUP 1,880.00 MANAGEMENT PRE -EMERGENT APPL:AREAS AROUND 7,975.00 9,855.00 187308 02/01/2018 000418 RIVERSIDE CO CLERK & RECONVEYANCE FTHP QUINTERO 36.00 36.00 RECORDER 187309 02/01/2018 001592 RIVERSIDE CO INFO DEC EMERG RADIO RENTAL: TEM 2,551.37 2,551.37 TECHNOLOGY POLICE 187310 02/01/2018 017355 RIVERSIDE CO RUHS-MEDICAL OCT '17 ASSAULT EXAM:POLICE 900.00 900.00 CNTR 187311 02/01/2018 012251 ROTH, DONALD J TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 196.00 196.00 187312 02/01/2018 004274 SAFE AND SECURE LOCKSMITH SVCS: STA95 606.14 606.14 LOCKSMITH 187313 02/01/2018 013376 SECURITY SIGNAL DEVICES REPAIR & MAINT OF SECURITY 5,570.92 5,570.92 INC SYSTEM: I.T. 187314 02/01/2018 009213 SHERRY BERRY MUSIC JAZZ @ THE MERC 1/25/18 493.50 493.50 187315 02/01/2018 013695 SHRED -IT US JV, LLC 12/26, 1/10 DOC SHRED SRVCS:CITY 105.93 DEPTS JAN DOC SHRED SRVCS:TEMECULA PO 36.48 142.41 187316 02/01/2018 000645 SMART & FINAL INC EVENT SUPPLIES:CRC 123.02 REC SUPPLIES:CRC 82.16 205.18 Page:8 apChkLst Final Check List 02/01/2018 12:27:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 9 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor 187317 02/01/2018 000537 SO CALIF EDISON 187318 02/01/2018 001212 SO CALIF GAS COMPANY Description Amount Paid Check Total DEC 2-26-887-0789 VARIOUS MTRS JAN 2-33-357-5785 RDHWK PKWY PED JAN 2-35-164-3515 LEENA WAY PED JAN 2-35-164-3770 BTRFLD STG RD JAN 2-35-164-3242 MDWS PKWY JAN 2-35-164-3663 MDWS PKWY PED JAN 2-21-981-4720: 30153 TEMECULA PK JAN 2-28-904-7706: 32329 OVERLAND TR JAN 2-28-331-4847: 32805 PAUBA RD JAN 2-34-624-4452: 32131 S LOOP RD DEC 2-30-296-9522:46679 PRIMROSE AVE DEC 2-30-099-3847: 29721 RYCREST DEC 125 244 2108 3 LIBRARY JAN 098 255 9828 8 MRC JAN 021 725 0775 4 MPSC JAN 028 025 1468 3 JRC JAN 026 671 2909 8 THEATER JAN 101 525 0950 0 TCC JAN 091 024 9300 5 CRC JAN 133 040 7373 0 MAINT FAC JAN 129 582 9784 3 FOC JAN 129 535 4236 7 CIVIC CENTER DEC 196 025 0344 3 C. MUSEUM JAN 181 383 8881 6 T. MUSEUM DEC 095 167 7907 2 FIRE STN 84 JAN 117 188 6393 6 FIRE STN 92 JAN 101 525 1560 6 FIRE STN 73 187319 02/01/2018 000282 SO CALIF MUNICIPAL ATHLETIC 2018 MBRSHP DUES:JW/MW/LJ/GW 187320 02/01/2018 000519 SOUTH COUNTY PEST CONTROL INC 187321 02/01/2018 019997 SPURLOCK LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS 187322 02/01/2018 019250 ST. FRANCIS ELECTRIC, LLC JAN PEST CONTROL SRVCS:CITY FACS PEST CONTROL SRVCS:MARG PARK PEST CONTROL SRVCS: DUCK POND OCT CONSULTING SRVCS:UPTOWN TEMECULA JUN CONSULTING SRVCS:UPTOWN TEM DEC CONSULTING SRVCS:UPTOWN TEN NOV CONSULTING SRVCS:UPTOWN TEN SEP CONSULTING SRVCS:UPTOWN TEN AUG CONSULTING SRVCS:UPTOWN TEN JUL CONSULTING SRVCS:UPTOWN TEM TRAFFIC SGNL MAINT SRVCS:YNEZ/SANTIAGO TRAFFIC SGNL MAINT SRVCS:YNEZ/PAL 1,647.10 40.18 26.38 27.90 26.11 26.38 23.03 163.41 118.05 1,155.53 574.22 24.33 519.52 118.53 331.44 94.43 309.79 145.93 3,256.84 19.95 246.83 1,754.23 206.33 211.23 251.10 63.49 108.54 3,852.62 7,638.18 130.00 130.00 971.00 49.00 49.00 6,600 00 7,158.46 2,250.00 6,140.00 6,600.00 14,867.60 14,082.62 3,063.76 1,069.00 57,698.68 4,303.05 7,366.81 Page9 apChkLst Final Check List 02/01/2018 12:27:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 10 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 187323 02/01/2018 000293 STADIUM PIZZA INC REFRESHMENTS:HUMAN SERVICES 1/19/18 34.00 34.00 187324 02/01/2018 008337 STAPLES BUSINESS OFFICE SUPPLIES:THEATER 116.15 ADVANTAGE OFFICE SUPPLIES:THEATER 10.32 OFFICE SUPPLIES:TVM 98.84 OFFICE SUPPLIES: PD OLD TOWN 133.46 OFFICE SUPPLIES:THEATER 56.50 415.27 187325 02/01/2018 002366 STEAM SUPERIOR CARPET CARPET CLEANING: CHILDREN'S 250.00 CLEANING MUSEUM CARPET CLEANING: LIBRARY 250.00 500.00 187326 02/01/2018 016262 STEVE ADAMIAK GOLF TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 252.00 INSTRUCTION TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 252.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 672.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 350.00 1,526.00 187327 02/01/2018 003840 STRONGS PAINTING PREP/PAINT SKATE PARK 4,800.00 4,800.00 RESTROOMS 187328 02/01/2018 020104 SUT, MICHAEL PERFORMANCE:ART OFF THE WALLS 165.00 165.00 2/2 187329 02/01/2018 003599 T Y LIN INTERNATIONAL 10/28-11/24 CONSULTANT SRVCS:FV 49,444.56 49,444.56 PKWY 187330 02/01/2018 003677 TEMECULA MOTORSPORTS VEH REPAIR & MAINT:TEMECULA 484.20 484.20 LLC POLICE 187331 02/01/2018 009194 TEMECULA VALLEY NEWS JAN -MAY '18 ADS:TEMECULA 1,396.20 1,396.20 PRESENTS 187332 02/01/2018 014056 TEMECULA YOUTH BASEBALL, REFUND: SEC DEP: SNACK BAR 800.00 800.00 GEN FUND 187333 02/01/2018 020442 TEMECULA YOUTH REFUND: SEC DEP: RM RENTAL: CRC 200.00 200.00 BASKETBALL 187334 02/01/2018 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE JAN HIGH SPEED INTERNET:40820 1.60 WINCHESTER JAN HIGH SPEED INTERNET:41000 MAIN 4,335.30 JAN HIGH SPEED INTERNET:FIRE STN 9: 184.62 4,521.52 187335 02/01/2018 017579 U.S. HEALTHWORKS MEDICAL PRE-EMPLOYMENT SCREENINGS: HR 165.00 12/26 PRE-EMPLOYMENT SCREENINGS: HR 1/ 110.00 PRE-EMPLOYMENT SCREENINGS: HR 1/ 110.00 385.00 187336 02/01/2018 011659 ULINE INC SMALL TOOLS/EQUIP:CRC 52.67 52.67 Page:10 apChkLst Final Check List Page: 11 02/01/2018 12:27:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 187337 02/01/2018 010169 UNITED TOWING SERVICE, INC TOWING SRVCS: STA 95 85.00 187338 02/01/2018 012549 UPODIUM 187339 02/01/2018 019793 URBANE CAFE 187340 02/01/2018 019793 URBANE CAFE 187341 02/01/2018 002658 VOLLMUTH, MARY TOWING SERVICES: TEMECULA POLICE 314.00 399.00 VEHICLE MAINT SUPPLIES: STA 12 167.94 167.94 EXHIBIT RECEPTION:TVM 2/1/18 447.75 447.75 REFRESHMENTS:ART OFF THE WALLS 344.13 344.13 2/2/18 REIMB: CAPPO CONF: 1/8/18-1/11/18 681.21 681.21 187342 02/01/2018 018147 WADDLETON, JEFFREY L. TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 154.00 154.00 187343 02/01/2018 006248 WALKER, JESSICA TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 441.00 441.00 187344 02/01/2018 007987 WALMART SUPPLIES:AQUATICS FACILITIES 202.26 202.26 187345 02/01/2018 015685 WEB QA, INC. SOFTWARE WEB 5,340.00 5,340.00 SU BSCR IPTION: RECOR DS 187346 02/01/2018 003730 WEST COAST ARBORISTS INC 12/14 TREE MAINT: STA 84 1,416,00 12/12-13 TREE MAINT: STA 92 3,237.00 12/11-12 TREE MAINT: STA 95 3,150.00 12/16-31/17 TREE MAINT:CITYWIDE ROW 300.00 1/1-15/18 TREE MAINT:CITYWIDE ROW 575.00 8,678.00 187347 02/01/2018 000341 WILLDAN ASSOCIATES INC OCT TRAF ENG SRVCS:BTRFLD STG/LA SERENA 325.00 325.00 1001963 01/25/2018 020431 JOSEPH, JENNIFER REFUND:SEC DEP:RM RENTAL:CONF 200.00 200.00 CTR A/B 1001964 01/25/2018 020432 LAMBERT, BRENDA REFUND:SEC DEP:RM RENTAL:TCC 200.00 200.00 1001965 01/25/2018 020433 MARTINEZ, CATHERINE REFUND:SEC DEP:RM RENTAL:TCC 200.00 200.00 1001966 01/25/2018 020434 ORR &ASSOCIATES REFUND:SEC DEP:RM RENTAL:TCC 200.00 200.00 1001967 01/25/2018 019662 PATTERSON, CHUCK REFUND:TEM ROD RUN 7000.152 35.00 35.00 Page:11 apChkLst Final Check List 02/01/2018 12:27:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 12 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 1001968 01/25/2018 019662 PATTERSON, CHUCK REFUND:TEM ROD RUN 7000.157 1001969 01/25/2018 020435 TREJO, LAYSHA REFUND:SEC DEP:RM RENTAL:TCC 35.00 35.00 200.00 200.00 Grand total for UNION BANK: 1,022,336.43 Page:12 apChkLst Final Check List 02/01/2018 12:27:46PM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 13 138 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks. 1, 022, 336.43 Page:13 apChkLst Final Check List 02/08/2018 11:54:55AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 1 Bank : union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 3665 02/01/2018 001035 C R & R INC JUL- DEC '17 TRASH HAULING 3,844,469.28 3,844,469.28 SERVICES 3666 02/08/2018 010349 CALIF DEPT OF CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT 1,008.45 1,008.45 SUPPORT 3667 02/08/2018 017429 COBRAADVANTAGE INC., DBA: FLEX REIMBURSEMENT FSA PAYMENT 13,647.73 13,647.73 FLEX ADVANTAGE 3668 02/08/2018 000194 I C M A RETIREMENT -PLAN ICMA-RC RETIREMENT TRUST 457 8,667.36 8,667.36 303355 PAYMENT 3669 02/08/2018 000444 INSTATAX (EDD) STATE TAXES PAYMENT 24,005.01 24,005.01 3670 02/08/2018 000283 INSTATAX (IRS) FEDERAL TAXES PAYMENT 78,036.32 78,036.32 3671 02/08/2018 000389 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT OBRA- PROJECT RETIREMENT 3,009.98 3,009.98 SOLUTION PAYMENT 3672 02/08/2018 001065 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT PAYMENT 12,098.09 12,098.09 SOLUTION 3673 02/08/2018 019088 NATIONWIDE RETIREMENT NATIONWIDE LOAN REPAYMENT 442.44 442.44 SOLUTION PAYMENT 3674 02/08/2018 000246 PERS (EMPLOYEES' EMPLOYEE PERS RETIREMENT 97,209.32 97,209.32 RETIREMENT) PAYMENT 3675 02/08/2018 000245 PERS - HEALTH INSUR PERS HEALTH PAYMENT 0.00 PREMIUM PERS HEALTH PAYMENT 121,084.39 121,084.39 3676 02/08/2018 007282 AMAZON.COM, INC MISC. SUPPLIES - CITY CLERK 99.95 99.95 3677 02/08/2018 005460 U S BANK SECURED SETTLEMENT #1 (CFD/AD) 4,308,864.90 4,308,864.90 187348 02/08/2018 003552 AFLAC AFLAC ACCIDENT INDEMNITY 3,432.63 3,432.63 PAYMENT 187349 02/08/2018 004973 ABACHERLI, LINDI TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 280.00 280.00 187350 02/08/2018 010851 ADAMIAK, DAWN REIMB: '18 CAL FEST 1/23/18 - 01/26/18 835.46 835.46 Page:1 apChkLst Final Check List 02/08/2018 11:54:55AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 2 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 187351 02/08/2018 004802 ADLERHORST INTERNATIONAL police k-9 training & equipment 32.33 32.33 LLC 187352 02/08/2018 019075 ADORAMA INC miscA/V production equip:PEG supplies 1,160.04 1,160.04 187353 02/08/2018 014170 AHERN RENTALS INC BOOM LIFT RENTAL: DUCK POND 520.35 520.35 187354 02/08/2018 003951 ALL AMERICAN ASPHALT ASPHALT PRODUCTS: CITYWIDE ASPHALT PRODUCTS: CITYWIDE ASPHALT PRODUCTS: CITYWIDE ASPHALT PRODUCTS: CITYWIDE ASPHALT PRODUCTS: CITYWIDE 187355 02/08/2018 004240 AMERICAN FORENSIC NURSES MAR STAND BY FEE (AFN) PHLEBOTOMY SRVCS:TEMECULA POLIC 187356 02/08/2018 000747 AMERICAN PLANNING MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL: PLANNING ASSOCIATION COMMISSION 187357 02/08/2018 000747 AMERICAN PLANNING MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL: RABIDOU, ASSOCIATION BRANDON 187358 02/08/2018 011304 AMEZCUA, MICHELLE REIMB: FIRE TRAINING WEEK: 187359 02/08/2018 017149 B G P RECREATION, INC. TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 187360 02/08/2018 019709 BAGDASARIAN, NADYA REIMBURSE: TEAM PACE SUPPLIES 187361 02/08/2018 011954 BAKER & TAYLOR INC 187362 02/08/2018 006254 BALLET FOLKLORICO BOOK COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY BOOK COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 187363 02/08/2018 018551 BMW MOTORCYCLES OF VEHICLE MAINT & REPAIR: TEMECULA MURRIETA POLICE 589.16 545.24 546.06 500.14 206.64 1,248.00 135.00 440.00 79.00 66.35 2,872.80 2,793.00 3,761.80 268.91 109.15 271.93 33.77 279.03 22.10 57.10 100.36 56.48 191.10 88.20 220.50 2,387.24 1,38300 440.00 79.00 66.35 9,427.60 268.91 929.92 499.80 377.13 377.13 Page2 apChkLst Final Check List 02/08/2018 11:54:55AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 3 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 187364 02/08/2018 013265 CALIF BUILDING 4TH QTR PAYMENT OF SB1473 2017 187365 02/08/2018 000638 CALIF DEPT OF 2017 4TH QTR PMT: STRONG MOTION CONSERVATION (OCT -DEC) 187366 02/08/2018 020450 CALIFORNIA INLAND EMPIRE '18 POST RE -CERTIFICATION: DE LA ROSA, 187367 02/08/2018 018956 CHANNING BETE COMPANY CPR SUPPLIES: MEDIC 3,230.00 3,230.00 INC 187368 02/08/2018 020455 CHS EDUCATION FOUNDATION REFUND:SEC DEP: RM RENTAL:CRC 200.00 200.00 777.00 777.00 3,778.39 3,778.39 1,048.00 1,048.00 187369 02/08/2018 004405 COMMUNITY HEALTH EMPLOYEE CHARITY DONATIONS 24.00 24.00 CHARITIES, C/O WELLS FARGO PAYMENT BANK 187370 02/08/2018 004412 COMPLETE TENNIS CAMP, THE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 504.00 504.00 187371 02/08/2018 000442 COMPUTER ALERT SYSTEMS INSTALL PANIC BUTTON: PW -FOC 231.56 231.56 187372 02/08/2018 001264 COSTCO TEMECULA #491 OFFICE SUPPLIES:INFO TECH 47.52 47.52 187373 02/08/2018 004329 COSTCOTEMECULA#491 SUPPLIES:CULTURAL ARTS EVENTS 145.63 SUPPLIES,REFRESHMENTS & MISC. ITE 277.97 423.60 187374 02/08/2018 010650 CRAFTSMEN PLUMBING & RESTROOM IMPROVEMENTS: SAM 8,100.00 HVAC INC HICKS PRK PLUMBING REPAIRS: MPSC 155.00 PLUMBING SERVICES: TCC 160.00 PLUMBING SERVICES: CRC 910.00 GYM FLOOR - STA 95 3,925.00 EQUIPMENT SVCS: STA 73 2,905.73 16,155.73 187375 02/08/2018 008810 CROSSTOWN ELECTRICAL & ELECTRICAL SERVICES:INFO TECH 2,530.00 2,530.00 DATA 187376 02/08/2018 008533 DAMKO, CHRISTINE REIMB: CALED ECO DEV MTG 182.27 182.27 1/10-1/11/18 187377 02/08/2018 019384 DIAMOND-GOLDBERG, REFUND:CREDIT ON ACCT:TCSD MARSHALL 32.00 32.00 Page:3 apChkLst Final Check List 02/08/2018 11:54:55AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 4 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor 187378 02/08/2018 004192 DOWNS ENERGY FUEL & LUBRICANTS Description Amount Paid Check Total FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PUBLIC WORKS FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PUBLIC WOR FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PUBLIC WOF FUEL FOR CITY VEHICLES: PUBLIC WOF 187379 02/08/2018 019293 E&F PET SUPPLIES, INC. K-9 FOOD & SUPPLIES:POLICE 350.35 746.89 846.68 976.42 2,920.34 84.70 84.70 187380 02/08/2018 007319 EAGLE ROAD SERVICE & TIRE veh & equip tire srvc: pw street maint 55.35 INC veh & equip tire srvc: pw street maint 842.26 897.61 187381 02/08/2018 011202 EMH SPORTS USA, INC TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 297.50 187382 02/08/2018 001056 EXCEL LANDSCAPE, INC. TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 1,064.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 385.00 1,746.50 IRRIGATION REPAIRS: VARIOUS MEDIANS IRRIGATION REPAIRS: VARIOUS LOCATI( IRRIGATION REPAIRS: VARIOUS LOCATI( Irrigation improvements: Old Town Main LDSCP IMPRVMNTS:MURR HOT SP MED LDSCP IMPRVMTS:RANCHO HIGHLASLC 1,235.00 3,857.32 2,382.00 800.00 6,500.00 1,440.00 16,214 32 187383 02/08/2018 017432 EYEMED VISION CARE VISION PLAN PAYMENT 1,530.56 1,530.56 187384 02/08/2018 000165 FEDERAL EXPRESS INC 01/18-01/19 EXP MAIL SVCS: CLERK & 52.40 52.40 187385 02/08/2018 020329 FITNESS ARMORY INC., THE GYM EQUIPMENT: STA 95 1,157.72 1,157.72 187386 02/08/2018 002982 FRANCHISE TAX BOARD SUPPORT PAYMENT 48.34 48.34 187387 02/08/2018 018858 FRONTIER CALIFORNIA INC FEB BUS LINE SVCS:EOC 136.12 JAN INTERNET SVCS:THEATER 187388 02/08/2018 009097 FULL COMPASS SYSTEMS SOUND/LIGHTING & MISC SUPPLIES: THEATER 187389 02/08/2018 016184 FUN EXPRESS, LLC MISC SUPPLIES: VARIOUS SPECIAL EVENTS 146.98 283.10 297.05 297.05 4,850.71 4,850.71 187390 02/08/2018 013076 GAUDET, YVONNE M. TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 369.60 369.60 187391 02/08/2018 015451 GREATAMERICA FINANCIAL JAN LEASE FOR 6 COPIERS:LIBRARY 793.89 793.89 SVCS 187392 02/08/2018 003342 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY EQUIP PURCH:ECO DEV PROJ 120.00 120.00 Page:4 apChkLst Final Check List 02108/2018 11:54:55AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 5 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor 187394 02/08/2018 000186 HANKS HARDWARE INC Description Amount Paid Check Total HARDWARE SUPPLIES: STA 95 HARDWARE SUPPLIES: STA 95 HARDWARE SUPPLIES: STA 95 HARDWARE SUPPLIES - STN 73 BC HARDWARE SUPPLIES - STA 12 MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: LIBRARY MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: MPSC MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES - TCC MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES:PW STREET C MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES - TCC MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: MAINT. FACILITI MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: MAINT. FACILITI MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES - TCC MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS SUPPLIES:AQUATICS FACILITIES SUPPLIES:AQUATICS FACILITIES HARDWARE SUPPLIES: STA 95 HARDWARE SUPPLIES: STA 95 HARDWARE SUPPLIES: STA 95 HARDWARE SUPPLIES: STA 95 MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: CRC MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: CRC MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: OTTT MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: MAINT. FAC. MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: LIBRARY MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: IWTCM MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: IWTCM MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: CIVIC CTR 39.90 214.74 119.78 8.11 38.01 18.48 73.45 58.69 39.04 7.07 15.17 53.79 2.94 41.77 6.19 34.15 82.91 -52.17 24.83 -21.66 72.63 29.54 482.85 15.20 10.85 138.36 170.31 40.43 124.13 57.06 38.32 35.85 23.95 16.08 14.89 26.09 14.65 2.62 16.30 12.98 36.50 18.47 7.17 10.28 75.86 11.95 Page:5 apChkLst Final Check List 02/08/2018 11:54:55AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 6 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: AQUATICS MAINT SUPPLIES: AQUATICS MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: AQUATICS MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: MPSC MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES: VAR PARKS HARDWARE SUPPLIES - STN 73 BC HARDWARE SUPPLIES: STA95 MISC SMALL TOOLS & EQUIP: PW TRAFF HARDWARE SUPPLIES - STA73 MISC MAINT. SUPPLIES: IWTCM 187395 02/08/2018 002109 HD SUPPLY CONSTR. SUPPLY MISC MAINT SUPPLIES: PW STREET LTD DIV 187396 02/08/2018 020454 HEAGSTEDT, JASON REIMB: FIRE TRAINING WEEK: 1/22 - 25/18 64.55 28.00 60.74 36.95 59.27 44.36 55.67 40.61 8.69 36.56 516.56 7.78 3.92 3,272.17 47.29 47.29 39.62 39.62 187397 02/08/2018 013749 HELIXSTORM INC. FIREWALL ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION 8,580.00 8,580.00 RENEWAL 187398 02/08/2018 020449 HOEHN ENTERPRISE 4 REFUND:DEPOSIT/PM 36336 PARCELS 7&8 50,000.00 50,000.00 187399 02/08/2018 020448 HOEHN MOTORS INC REFUND:DEPOSIT/PM 36336 PARCELS 22,000.00 22,000.00 7&8 187400 02/08/2018 020456 HOLE, MICHAEL REFUND:TEM ROD RUN 7000.074 50.00 50.00 187401 02/08/2018 003198 HOME DEPOT, THE MAINT. SUPPLIES: CRC 116.37 116.37 187402 02/08/2018 020447 HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH REFUND:DEPOSIT/HOPE LUTHERAN 31,500.00 31,500.00 CHURCH 187403 02/08/2018 016903 HORIZON DISTRIBUTORS, INC. CALSENSE UPGRADE: CIVIC CENTER 4,984.56 4,984.56 187404 02/08/2018 017334 HOUSE OF AUTOMATION INC. GARAGE/BAY DOOR SVC: STA73 255.00 GARAGE/BAY DOOR SVC: STA 73 198.00 453.00 187405 02/08/2018 019903 IMS INFRASTRUCTURE PAVEMENT MGMT PRGM: PW17-02 10,275.75 10,275.75 MANAGEMENT 187406 02/08/2018 020451 INT'L BUSINESS INNOVATION MEMBERSHIP DUES: WALKER, 525.00 525.00 CHARLES Page6 apChkLst Final Check List 02/08/2018 11:54:55AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 7 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 187407 02/08/2018 012152 J J KELLER & ASSOCIATES INC DRIVER INSPECTION BOOKS: PW 187408 02/08/2018 012883 JACOB'S HOUSE INC EMPLOYEE CHARITY DONATIONS PAYMENT 186.17 186.17 40.00 40.00 187409 02/08/2018 011841 JOE RHODES MAINTENANCE FUEL PUMP SVC: STA 95 2,291.99 2,291.99 187410 02/08/2018 020259 KAVEH ENGINEERING & NOV-JAN CONST.OVERLAND DR EXT: 101,929.06 101,929.06 PW16-06 187411 02/08/2018 015358 KELLY PAPER COMPANY, INC. PAPER/BINDING/PCKG SUPP:CENTRAL 932.87 932.87 SERV 187412 02/08/2018 015378 KELLY-LEHNER, LYNN PRESENTATION FOR PLANNING 56.25 56.25 COMMISSION 187413 02/08/2018 020222 LANDSCAPE STRUCTURES CREDIT: PROJ NOT COMPLETED: -124,510.59 INC. PW17-13 PLAYGRND EQUIP PURCHASE/INSTALL: 249,021.19 124,510.60 187414 02/08/2018 011145 LODATO, JILL CHRISTINE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 2,699.90 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 3,596.99 6,296.89 187415 02/08/2018 003782 MAIN STREET SIGNS SIGNS & SUPPLIES: RIGHT-OF-WAYS 135.64 SIGNS AND SUPPLIES: RIGHT-OF-WAYS 692.51 828.15 187416 02/08/2018 004141 MAINTEX INC CLEANING SUPPLIES: VARIOUS 3,550.96 3,550.96 FACILITIES 187417 02/08/2018 017427 MATCHETT, VIVIAN TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 182.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 145.60 327.60 187419 02/08/2018 003076 MET LIFE INSURANCE DENTAL HMO PAYMENT 10,914.89 10,914.89 COMPANY 187420 02/08/2018 018314 MICHAEL BAKER INT'L INC. DEC DESIGN SERVICES: PW17-04 3,102.54 3,102.54 187421 02/08/2018 018314 MICHAEL BAKER INT'L INC. DEC ENG. SUPPORT SRVCS:PW04-08 2,575.00 2,575.00 187422 02/08/2018 018314 MICHAEL BAKER INT'L INC. DEC DESIGN & ENVIRON SRVCS: 2,114.87 2,114.87 PW17-05 187423 02/08/2018 013443 MIDWEST TAPE LLC BOOKS/COLLECTIONS:LIBRARY 17.50 17.50 187424 02/08/2018 020438 MIKKELSON, DAVID REFUND:TEM ROD RUN 7000.622 70.00 70.00 Page:7 apChkLst Final Check List 02/08/2018 11:54:55AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 8 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 187425 02/08/2018 013827 MIKO MOUNTAINLION, INC. STORM DAMAGE GRADING: LIEFER 2,700.00 2,700.00 ROAD 187426 02/08/2018 012962 MILLER, MISTY TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 345.80 345.80 187427 02/08/2018 016445 MKB PRINTING & BUSINESS CARDS: PLANNING 392.71 392.71 PROMOTIONAL INC 187428 02/08/2018 004040 MORAMARCO, ANTHONY J. TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 385.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 231.00 616.00 187429 02/08/2018 017089 MORRIS-HOPKINS, BROOKE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 269.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 245.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 122.50 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 98.00 TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 269.50 1,004.50 187430 02/08/2018 004238 MURRIETA, CITY OF 1ST ANNUAL K9 TRIALS: CRAMER, K. 85.00 85.00 187431 02/08/2018 017861 MYTHOS TECHNOLOGY INC FEB IT MONITORING SRVCS: TVE2 100.00 100.00 187432 02/08/2018 020234 NELSON, RANDY LIDAR HOLDER MOUNT 324.00 324.00 MODIFICATION: POLICE 187433 02/08/2018 001323 NESTLE WATERS NORTH AMERICA 187434 02/08/2018 018402 NEWSMINDED, INC 12/23-01/22 WATER DLVRY SVCS: CITY MGR 0 12/23-01/22 WATER DLVRY SVCS: CRC 12/23-01/22 WATER DLVRY SVCS: SKATE 12/23-01/22 WATER DLVRY SVCS: AQUAT 12/23-01/22 WATER DLVRY SVCS: TVM 12/23-01/22 WATER DLVRY SVCS: IWTCV 12/23-01/22 WATER DLVRY SVCS: TPL 12/23-01/22 WATER DLVRY SVCS: OTTT 12/23-01/22 WATER DLVRY SVCS: TCC 12/23-01/22 WATER DLVRY SVCS: PBSP 12/23-01/22 WATER DLVRY SVCS: FOC 12/23-01/22 WATER DLVRY SVCS: TVE2 12/23-01/22 WATER DLVRY SVCS: MRC 1/1-1/27 NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION:MPSC 187435 02/08/2018 019839 O'CONNOR, DENISE TCSD INSTRUCTOR EARNINGS 187436 02/08/2018 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE CITY VEHICLE MAINT SVCS:FIRE PREV 27.32 89.30 8.61 6.51 27.52 116.66 85.51 35.97 18.60 37.64 145.33 49.86 62.39 711.22 112.50 112.50 140.00 140.00 1,221.97 1,221.97 Page:8 apChkLst 02/08/2018 11:54:55AM Final Check List CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 9 Bank : union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor 187437 02/08/2018 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE 187438 02/08/2018 002105 OLD TOWN TIRE AND SERVICE 187439 02/08/2018 019334 PARK CONSULTING GROUP, INC 187440 02/08/2018 020452 PEAK POWER SOLUTIONS INC 187441 02/08/2018 000249 PETTY CASH 187442 02/08/2018 017431 PLIC - SBD GRAND ISLAND 187443 02/08/2018 010338 POOL & ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS INC 187444 02/08/2018 011549 POWER SPORTS UNLIMITED 187445 02/08/2018 020171 PREMIER POOLS AND SPAS 187446 02/08/2018 005820 PRE -PAID LEGAL SERVICES INC 187447 02/08/2018 000947 RANCHO REPROGRAPHICS 187448 02/08/2018 000907 RANCHO TEMECULA CAR WASH 187449 02/08/2018 003591 RENES COMMERCIAL MANAGEMENT 187450 02/08/2018 002412 RICHARDS WATSON & GERSHON (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total CITY VEHICLE MAINT SVCS:PW STREET MAINT CITY VEHICLE MAINT SVCS:PW STREET VEHICLE REPAIR & MAINT: LAND DEV VEHICLE MAINT: BLDG & SAFETY VEHICLE MAINT: BLDG & SAFETY CONSULTING & ENTERPRISE SVCS:INFO TECH REFUND:BLDG FEES:PERMIT B17-3945 PETTY CASH REIMBURSEMENT DENTAL INSURANCE FINAL PAYMENT CHEMICALS AND SUPPLIES: VAR POOLS CHEMICALS AND SUPPLIES: VAR POOL: CREDIT:CHEMICALS AND SUPPLIESNAR CHEMICALS AND SUPPLIES: VAR POOL: CHEMICALS AND SUPPLIES: VAR POOLE VEHICLE MAINT & REPAIR:POLICE MOTORS REFUND:BLDG FEES:PERMIT B17-2405 PREPAID LEGAL SERVICES PAYMENT REPROGRAPHIC SERVICES - PW CIP REPROGRAPHIC SERVICES - PW CIP VEHICLE DETAILING SRVCS:POLICENAR DEPTS VEHICLE DETAILING SRVCS:POLICENAF VEHICLE DETAILING SRVCS:POLICENAF VEHICLE DETAILING SRVCS:POLICENAF VEHICLE DETAILING SRVCS:POLICENAF PRE & POST EMERGENT SPRAYING:CITY LOTS JANUARY 2018 LEGAL SERVICES 595.99 643.84 79.03 15.93 242.48 2,730.00 93.60 652.06 133.48 288.62 678.32 -577.23 307.85 770.30 102.00 268.02 342.85 85.26 125.28 71.96 125.93 89.95 143.92 107.94 12,690.00 1,31886 258.41 2,730.00 93.60 652.06 133.48 1,467.86 102.00 268.02 342.85 210.54 539.70 12,690.00 45,300.00 45,300.00 Page9 apChkLst Final Check List 02/08/2018 11:54:55AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 10 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 187451 02/08/2018 010777 RIVERSIDE CO EXECUTIVE FY 17/18 SCFA MISC REIMB EXPENSES OFFICE 187452 02/08/2018 001365 RIVERSIDE, COUNTY OF 187453 02/08/2018 004274 SAFE AND SECURE LOCKSMITH 1,073.00 1,073.00 3/1/18-2/28/19 PERMIT:FOC/MAINT 1,683.00 YARD 3/1/18-2/28/19 PERMIT:MARG SPLASH PA 399.00 LOCKSMITH SVCS:SENIOR CENTER 41.31 LOCKSMITH SRVCS: STA92 105.00 LOCKSMITH SRVCS: CIVIC CENTER 12.93 LOCKSMITH SRVCS: STA95 749.88 LOCKSMITH SRVCS: CIVIC CENTER 34.48 LOCKSMITH SRVCS: STA92 114.44 2,082.00 1,058.04 187454 02/08/2018 009980 SANBORN, GWYNETH A COUNTRY LIVE! @ THE MERC 02/03/18 704.25 704.25 187455 02/08/2018 013709 SANTIAGO, ANGEL REFUND:SEC DEP:RM RENTAL:CRC 200.00 200.00 187456 02/08/2018 020351 SDI PRESENCE LLC INVENTORY/ASSESSMENT/LIFECYCLE 40,155.99 40,155.99 PLAN: I.T 187457 02/08/2018 008529 SHERIFF'S CIVIL DIV - WAGE GARNISHMENT PAYMENT 50.00 50.00 CENTRAL 187458 02/08/2018 009213 SHERRY BERRY MUSIC JAZZ @ THE MERG 2/1/18 579.00 579.00 187459 02/08/2018 000645 SMART & FINAL INC ART OFF THE WALLS SUPPLIES 200.31 200.31 Page:10 apChkLst Final Check List 02/08/2018 11:54:55AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 11 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 187461 02/08/2018 000537 SO CALIF EDISON JAN 2-29-223-8607:42035 2ND ST PED 515.71 JAN 2-31-404-6020:28771 OT FRONT ST 818.72 JAN 2-31-536-3226:28690 MERCEDES ST 1,400.72 JAN 2-00-397-5067:TCSD SVC LEV C 2,327.83 JAN 2-31-031-2616:27991 DIAZ RD PED 27.68 JAN 2-31-282-0665:27407 DIAZ RD PED 27.81 JAN 2-29-807-1093:28079 DIAZ RD PED 27.39 JAN 2-29-953-8447:31738 WOLF VLY RD 24.88 JAN 2-30-520-4414:32781 TEM PKWY LS3 1,242.01 JAN 2-29-295-3510:32211 WOLF VLY RD 910.29 JAN 2-29-224-0173:32364 OVERLAND TRI 1,670.10 JAN 2-30-220-8749:45850 N WOLF CREEP 403.37 JAN 2-35-707-0010:33451 S HWY-79 PED 54.32 JAN 2-39-732-3171:41997 MARGARITA RC 24.70 JAN 2-29-953-8082:31523 WOLF VLY RD 27.91 JAN 2-29-953-8249:46497 WOLF CREEK C 26.95 JAN 2-29-657-2332:45538 REDWOOD RD 25.02 JAN 2-31-419-2873:43000 HWY-395 26.98 JAN 2-29-657-2787:41638 WINCHESTER 26.98 JAN 2-29-807-1226:28077 DIAZ RD PED 27.39 JAN 2-29-933-3831:43230 BUS PARK DR 1,724.41 JAN 2-31-536-3481:41902 MAIN ST 249.52 JAN 2-31-536-3655:41904 MAIN ST 982.52 JAN 2-02-351-4946:41845 6TH ST 985.35 JAN 2-14-204-1615:30027 FRONT ST RDIC 39.20 JAN 2-18-937-3152:28314 MERCEDES ST 572.29 JAN 2-19-171-8568:28300 MERCEDES ST 578.16 JAN 2-31-912-7494:28690 MERCEDES ST 1,854.25 JAN 2-34-333-3589:41702 MAIN ST 28.24 JAN 2-35-664-9053:29119 MARGARITA RC 562.64 JAN 2-25-393-4681:41951 MORAGA RD 648.04 JAN 2-32-903-8293:41000 MAIN ST 13,847.45 JAN 2-00-397-5042:43200 BUS PARK DR t. 2,890.72 34,599.55 187462 02/08/2018 018751 SOLARCITY CORPORATION REFUND:BLDG FEES:PERMIT B17-2964 118.56 118.56 187466 02/08/2018 007762 STANDARD INSURANCE BASIC LIFE INSURANCE PAYMENT 8,375.05 8,375.05 COMPANY 187467 02/08/2018 012723 STANDARD INSURANCE VOLUNTARY SUPP LIFE INSURANCE 1,077.78 1,077.78 COMPANY PAYMENT 187468 02/08/2018 002015 STAR WAY SYSTEMS CRC AMPHITHEATER DIMMER 3,320.20 3,320.20 CORPORATION REPLACEMENT Page:11 apChkLst Final Check List 02/08/2018 11:54:55AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 12 Bank : union UNION BANK Check # Date Vendor (Continued) Description Amount Paid Check Total 187469 02/08/2018 002366 STEAM SUPERIOR CARPET CARPET CLEANING SRVCS: STA 95 410.00 410.00 CLEANING 187470 02/08/2018 001546 STRAIGHT LINE GLASS GLASS REPAIR: OLD TOWN THEATER 428.91 GYM MIRROR: STATION 95 1,553.93 1,982.84 187471 02/08/2018 012789 STUART, JENNIFER SARAH "FIDDLER ON THE ROOF" TICKET 1,200.00 1,200.00 SALES 187472 02/08/2018 013387 SWEEPING UNLIMITED INC SWEEPING SRVCS: PARKING GARAGE 540.00 540.00 187473 02/08/2018 001547 TEAMSTERS LOCAL 911 UNION DUES PAYMENT 5,140.00 5,140.00 187474 02/08/2018 004209 TEMECULA SUNRISE ROTARY BUS BENCH PLACEMENT & MAINT: PW 2,093.75 2,093.75 FOUND. 187475 02/08/2018 000515 TEMECULA VALLEY CHAMBER 3/1/18-2/28/19 MBRSHP: T.C.C. 230.00 230.00 OF 187476 02/08/2018 003941 TEMECULA WINNELSON PLUMBING SUPPLIES: VARIOUS 67.12 67.12 COMPANY PARKS 187477 02/08/2018 000339 THOMSON REUTERS PUBL:CCR T 19 PUBLIC SAFETY:FIRE 10.94 10.94 PREV 187478 02/08/2018 017415 THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR Elevator Call -Out Service: Old Town 283.00 283.00 CORP 187479 02/08/2018 010276 TIME WARNER CABLE FEB HIGH SPEED INTERNET:LIBRARY 187480 02/08/2018 020314 ULTIMATE BUILDERS INC REFUND:CANCELLED PERMIT:B17-2860 593.32 593.32 164.80 164.80 187481 02/08/2018 007766 UNDERGROUND SERVICE Underground utility locator alerts: pw 237.70 237.70 ALERT 187482 02/08/2018 000319 VARSITY BRANDS HOLDING FIELD SUPPLIES:SPORTS 8,540.43 8,540.43 CO INC 187483 02/08/2018 020453 VIVINT SOLAR DEVELOPER REFUND:BLDG FEES:PERMITS 237.12 237.12 LLC B17-2377,3662 187484 02/08/2018 007987 WALMART SUPPLIES:HIGH HOPES 77.53 SUPPLIES:SKATE PARK 138.21 SUPPLIES:PPW:EXHIBITS & EXPERIMEN 185.48 REC SUPPLIES:CRC 63.28 EVENT SUPPLIES:MPSC 150.00 614.50 Page:12 apChkLst Final Check List 02/08/2018 11:54:55AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 13 Bank : union UNION BANK (Continued) Check # Date Vendor Description Amount Paid Check Total 187485 02/08/2018 001342 WAXIE SANITARY SUPPLY INC CLEANING SUPPLIES VARIOUS LOCATIONS 187486 02/08/2018 008402 WESTERN RIVERSIDE MSHCP FEES:OVERLAND DR EXT. COUNTY PW16-06 1001970 02/06/2018 020252 GRESHAM, MIREYA 1001971 02/02/2018 020439 GARCIA, KELLY 1001972 02/02/2018 020437 SOCAL PANTHERS REFUND:SEC DEP: RM RENTAL:TCC REFUND:SEC DEP:RM RENTAL:TCC REFUND:CREDIT FOR LIGHTS:TES FIELD #1,2 1,729.03 1,729.03 21,967.85 21,967.85 200.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 84.00 84.00 Grand total for UNION BANK: 9,200,864 20 Page:13 apChkLst Final Check List 02/08/2018 11:54:55AM CITY OF TEMECULA Page: 14 149 checks in this report. Grand Total All Checks: 9,200,864.20 Page:14 Item No. 4 City Attorney Director of Finance CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Jennifer Hennessy, Director of Finance DATE: February 27, 2018 SUBJECT: Approve the City Treasurer's Report as of December 31, 2017 PREPARED BY: Rudy J. Graciano, Fiscal Services Manager RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approve and file the City Treasurer's Report as of December 31, 2017. BACKGROUND: Government Code Sections 53646 and 41004 require reports to the City Council regarding the City's investment portfolio, receipts, and disbursements respectively. Adequate funds will be available to meet budgeted and actual expenditures of the City for the next six months. Current market values are derived from the Local Agency Investment Fund (LAIF) reports, Union Bank of California trust and custody statements, and from US Bank trust statements. Attached is the City Treasurer's Report that provides this information. The City's investment portfolio is in compliance with the statement of investment policy and Government Code Sections 53601 and 53635 as of December 31, 2017. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: City Treasurer's Report as of December 31, 2017 Investments City of Temecula, California Portfolio Management Portfolio Summary December 31, 2017 Par Market Book % of Value Value Value Portfolio City of Temecula 41000 Main Street P.O. Box 9033 Temecula, CA 92590 (951)694-6430 Days to YTM YTM Term Maturity 360 Equiv. 365 Equiv. Managed Pool Accounts 43,180,083.74 43,180,083.74 43,180,083.74 22.99 1 1 1.170 1.186 Retention Escrow Account 86,644,658.59 86,644,658.59 86,644,658.59 46.13 1 1 1.210 1.227 Letter of Credit 4.00 4.00 4.00 0.00 1 1 0.000 0.000 Local Agency Investment Funds 26,986,034.96 26,934,586.87 26,986,034.96 14.37 1 1 1.222 1.239 Federal Agency Callable Securities 22,000,000.00 21,780,050.00 22,000,000.00 11.71 1,300 844 1.503 1.524 Federal Agency Bullet Securities 9,000,000.00 8,944,060.00 9,000,000.00 4.79 1,020 364 1.272 1.290 Investments 187,810,781.29 187,483,443.20 187,810,781.29 100.00% 202 117 1.240 1.257 Cash Passbook/Checking (not included in yield calculations) Total Cash and Investments 8,645,590.98 8,645,590.98 8,645,590.98 1 1 0.000 0.000 196,456,372.27 196,129,034.18 Total Earnings 196,456,372.27 202 117 1.240 1.257 December 31 Month Ending Fiscal Year To Date Current Year Average Daily Balance Effective Rate of Return 202,410.65 199,349,581.41 1.20% Reporting period 12101/2017-12/31/2017 Run Date: 02/01/2018 - 17:17 730,683.81 133,721,362.38 1.08% Portfolio TEME CP PM (PRF_PM1) 7.3.0 Report Ver. 7.3.6.1 CUSIP Investment # Issuer City of Temecula, California Portfolio Management Portfolio Details - Investments December 31, 2017 Average Purchase Balance Date Par Value Page 1 Stated YTM YTM Days to Maturity Market Value Book Value Rate 360 365 Maturity Date Managed Pool Accounts 233358006-6 01-2 REF RES First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 506,608.49 506,608.49 506,608.49 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 233358000-6 01-2 REF ST First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 69,251.96 69,251.96 69,251.96 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 276213009-6 03-02 COI First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 276213008-6 03-02 IMPR First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 1,140,179.30 1,140,179.30 1,140,179.30 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 276213006-6 03-02 RES First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 743,963.36 743,963.36 743,963.36 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 164741008-6 03-03IMP First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 298,713.91 298,713.91 298,713.91 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 164741006-6 03-03RES First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 392.27 392.27 392.27 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 164741000-6 03-03SPEC First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 194,406.18 194,406.18 194,406.18 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 164742000-6 03-06SPEC First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 13,865.95 13,865.95 13,865.95 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 229462007-6 03-1 2012 RF First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 07/01/2017 41.48 41.48 41.48 1.160 1.144 1.160 1 229462009-6 03-1 COI First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 07/31/2017 13,570.14 13,570.14 13,570.14 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 229462006-6 03-1 RESERV First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 07/31/2017 17,275.84 17,275.84 17,275.84 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 229462000-6 03-1 SPECF First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 07/31/2017 22,307.77 22,307.77 22,307.77 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 94669921-6 03-1ACQ11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.870 0.858 0.870 1 94669911-6 03-1ACQA11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94669917-6 03-1RES First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 07/01/2017 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94669916-6 03-1RESB11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94669000-6 03-1 SPTAX11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 276213002-6 03-2 REFU First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 08/01/2017 2,783.66 2,783.66 2,783.66 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 276213000-6 03-2 SPEC First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 4,996.94 4,996.94 4,996.94 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 94686001-6 03-4ADMIN11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 512.00 512.00 512.00 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 94686005-6 03-4PREP11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 13.09 13.09 13.09 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 94686000-6 03-4RED11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 31,895.41 31,895.41 31,895.41 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 94686006-6 03-4RES11 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 34,102.02 34,102.02 34,102.02 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 276213022-6 16-01 BOND F First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 08/01/2017 12,612.52 12,612.52 12,612.52 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 276213023-6 16-01 CAPINT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.870 0.858 0.870 1 276213029-6 16-01 COI First Amer Govt Oblig Fund Cl 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 276213028-6 16-01 IMP First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 6,446,000.93 6,446,000.93 6,446,000.93 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 276213026-6 16-01 RESERV First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 3,162,503.31 3,162,503.31 3,162,503.31 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 276213020-6 16-01 SPECF First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 07/01/2017 2,335.02 2,335.02 2,335.02 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 218848008-6 2017ABPRIORP First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 12/01/2017 211,293.43 211,293.43 211,293.43 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 218848013-2 20176 COI First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 12/01/2017 16,618.63 16,618.63 16,618.63 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 218848009-6 2017B_PROJ First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 12/01/2017 12,583,027.58 12,583,027.58 12,583,027.58 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 233358009-6 233358009-6 First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94434160-6 RDA-02INT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 0.09 0.09 0.09 0.000 0.000 1 94434161-6 RDA-02PRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 0.06 0.06 0.06 0.000 0.000 1 Run Date: 02/01/2018 - 17:14 Portfolio TEME CP PM (PRF_PM2) 7.3.0 Report Ver. 7.3.6.1 CUSIP Investment # Issuer City of Temecula, California Portfolio Management Portfolio Details - Investments December 31, 2017 Average Purchase Balance Date Par Value Page 2 Stated YTM YTM Days to Maturity 360 365 Maturity Date Market Value Book Value Rate Managed Pool Accounts 107886000-6 RDA-06AINT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 0.05 0.05 0.05 0.000 0.000 1 107886001-6 RDA06APRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 07/01/2017 0.03 0.03 0.03 0.000 0.000 1 107886010-6 RDA06BINT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 155.67 155.67 155.67 0.940 0.927 0.940 1 107886011-6 RDA06BPRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 07/01/2017 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.680 0.671 0.680 1 107886016-6 RDA06BRES First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.940 0.927 0.940 1 107886020-6 RDA07INT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 850.40 850.40 850.40 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 107886021-6 RDA07PRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.930 0.917 0.930 1 107886028-6 RDA07PROJ First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.940 0.927 0.940 1 107886026-6 RDA07RES First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.940 0.927 0.940 1 136343008-6 RDA10APROJ First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 136343018-6 RDA10BPROJ First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 136343000-6 RDA10INT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 120.69 120.69 120.69 1.140 1.124 1.140 1 136343001-6 RDA10PRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 07/01/2017 0.03 0.03 0.03 0.000 0.000 1 136343006-6 RDA10RSRV First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 971.12 971.12 971.12 1.150 1.134 1.150 1 146161000-6 RDA11AINT First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 0.09 0.09 0.09 0.000 0.000 1 146161001-6 RDA11APRIN First Amer Govt Oblig Fund CI 0.03 0.03 0.03 0.000 0.000 1 94669902-3 03-1 BOND3 First American Treasury 07/01/2017 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94434160-1 RDA 02 INTI First American Treasury 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.010 0.010 0.010 1 94434161-2 RDA 02 PRIN2 First American Treasury 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.010 0.010 0.010 1 136343018-2 RDA 10B CIP2 First American Treasury 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.010 0.010 0.010 1 146161008-3 RDA11APROJ Federated Institutional Tax Fr 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.800 0.789 0.800 1 146161006-3 RDA11ARSRV Federated Institutional Tax Fr 1,672.25 1,672.25 1,672.25 0.000 0.000 1 94669921-5 03-01 ACQ11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 94669911-5 03-01 ACQA11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 94669917-5 03-01 RES Federated Tax Free Obligations 07/01/2017 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94669906-5 03-01 RESA11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.001 0.001 0.001 1 94669916-5 03-01 RESB11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 94669000-5 03-01SPTAX11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 164742006-5 03-06 RES Federated Tax Free Obligations 07/01/2017 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 164742000-5 03-06 SPEC Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 94669902-5 03-1bond fd Federated Tax Free Obligations 07/01/2017 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94686001-5 03-4 ADMIN11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 94686005-5 03-4 PREP11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 07/01/2017 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.000 0.000 1 94686006-5 03-4 RES11 Federated Tax Free Obligations 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.250 0.247 0.250 1 94669917-1 03-01-1 RES CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,239 1.222 1.239 1 276213008-1 03-02 IMP CA Local Agency Investment Fun 15,103,984.21 15,103,984.21 15,103,984.21 1.239 1.222 1.239 1 Run Date: 02/01/2018 - 17:14 Portfolio TEME CP PM (PRF_PM2) 7.3.0 City of Temecula, California Portfolio Management Portfolio Details - Investments December 31, 2017 Page 3 Average Purchase Stated YTM YTM Days to Maturity CUSIP Investment # Issuer Balance Date Par Value Market Value Book Value Rate 360 365 Maturity Date Managed Pool Accounts 164742006-1 03-06 RES -1 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 312,548.22 312,548.22 312,548.22 1.239 1.222 1.239 1 229462007-1 03-1 2012 RE CA Local Agency Investment Fun 07/01/2017 781,370.56 781,370.56 781,370.56 1.239 1.222 1.239 1 94669911-1 03-1 ACQ A2 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.239 1.222 1.239 1 94669921-1 03-1 ACQ B2 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.239 1.222 1.239 1 744727011-1 03-3 ACQ 2 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.239 1.222 1.239 1 164741006-1 0303-1 RES CA Local Agency Investment Fun 1,448,344.37 1,448,344.37 1,448,344.37 1.239 1.222 1.239 1 107886028-1 RDA 07 PRO -1 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.239 1.222 1.239 1 107886026-1 RDA 07 RES -1 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.239 1.222 1.239 1 136343018-1 RDA 10B CIP1 CA Local Agency Investment Fun 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.239 1.222 1.239 1 229462020-0 03-01 CASH USBANK 07/01/2017 794.68 794.68 794.68 0.000 0.000 1 233358050-1 01-2 SPECESC U.S. Treasury 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.360 0.355 0.360 1 Subtotal and Average 50,046,035.27 43,180,083.74 43,180,083.74 43,180,083.74 1.170 1.186 1 Retention Escrow Account 218848050-2 2002 ESCROW1 First American Treasury 12/01/2017 21,537,000.00 21,537,000.00 21,537,000.00 1.010 0.996 1.010 1 218848060-2 2006AESCROW First American Treasury 12/01/2017 15,163,000.00 15,163,000.00 15,163,000.00 1.000 0.986 1.000 1 218848070-2 2006BESCROW First American Treasury 12/01/2017 2,553,000.00 2,553,000.00 2,553,000.00 1.000 0.986 1.000 1 218848080-2 2007 ESCRO First American Treasury 12/01/2017 13,442,000.00 13,442,000.00 13,442,000.00 1.000 0.986 1.000 1 ARMY CORPS Army Corps Union Bank 601,172.93 601,172.93 601,172.93 0.150 0.148 0.150 1 218848050-0 2002 ESCROW USBANK 12/01/2017 874.91 874.91 874.91 0.000 0.000 1 218848060-0 2006AESCRO USBANK 12/01/2017 350.09 350.09 350.09 0.000 0.000 1 218848070-0 2006BESCRO USBANK 12/01/2017 233.58 233.58 233.58 0.000 0.000 1 218848080-0 2007ESCROW USBANK 12/01/2017 348.28 348.28 348.28 0.000 0.000 1 146161020-0 2011A CASH USBANK 12/01/2017 370.95 370.95 370.95 0.000 0.000 1 146161020-2 2011A TREAS USBANK 12/01/2017 18,598,988.38 18,598,988.38 18,598,988.38 1.640 1.618 1.640 1 136343020-0 RDA1OB CASH USBANK 12/01/2017 673.85 673.85 673.85 0.000 0.000 1 229462020-2 03-01 ESCROW U.S. Treasury 07/31/2017 867,505.11 867,505.11 867,505.11 0.063 0.062 0.063 1 136343020-2 RDA10BTREAS U.S. Treasury 12/01/2017 13,879,140.51 13,879,140.51 13,879,140.51 1.640 1.618 1.640 1 Subtotal and Average 86,641,306.31 86,644,658.59 86,644,658.59 86,644,658.59 1.210 1.227 1 Letter of Credit 218848006-1 2017B RESER ASSURED GUARANTY MUNICIPAL COR 12/01/2017 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.000 0.000 1 233358006-1 01-2 REFRESI ASSURANCE CO BOND INSURANCE 07/01/2017 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.000 0.000 1 107886006 RDA 06 RES A MBIA Surety Bond 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.000 0.000 1 94434166 RDA TABs RES MBIA Surety Bond 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.000 0.000 1 Run Date: 02/01/2018 - 17:14 Portfolio TEME CP PM (PRF_PM2) 7.3.0 CUSIP City of Temecula, California Portfolio Management Portfolio Details - Investments December 31, 2017 Page 4 Average Purchase Stated YTM YTM Days to Maturity Investment # Issuer Balance Date Par Value Market Value Book Value Rate 360 365 Maturity Date Subtotal and Average 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 0.000 0.000 1 Local Agency Investment Funds SYSCITY CITY CA Local Agency Investment Fun 2,503,700.21 2,498,926.98 2,503,700.21 1.239 1.222 1.239 1 SYSRDA RDA CA Local Agency Investment Fun 1,777.91 1,774.52 1,777.91 1.239 1.222 1.239 1 SYSTCSD TCSD CA Local Agency Investment Fun 24,480,556.84 24,433,885.37 24,480,556.84 1.239 1.222 1.239 1 Subtotal and Average 29,637,647.86 26,986,034.96 26,934,586.87 26,986,034.96 1.222 1.239 1 Federal Agency Callable Securities 3130A4G89 01207 Federal Home Loan Bank 03/24/2015 1,000,000.00 993,080.00 1,000,000.00 1.650 1.627 1.650 631 09/24/2019 3130AAME5 01226 Federal Home Loan Bank 01/30/2017 1,000,000.00 986,950.00 1,000,000.00 2.020 1.948 1.975 1,485 01/25/2022 3130AANA2 01227 Federal Home Loan Bank 01/30/2017 1,000,000.00 991,820.00 1,000,000.00 1.750 1.726 1.750 941 07/30/2020 3130AAW38 01228 Federal Home Loan Bank 03/22/2017 1,000,000.00 993,070.00 1,000,000.00 1.500 1.479 1.500 1,541 03/22/2022 3130AB3N4 01231 Federal Home Loan Bank 04/28/2017 1,000,000.00 990,240.00 1,000,000.00 1.550 1.529 1.550 666 10/29/2019 3130ABYY6 01235 Federal Home Loan Bank 08/24/2017 1,000,000.00 986,410.00 1,000,000.00 1.750 1.726 1.750 1,150 02/24/2021 3130ACN83 01238 Federal Home Loan Bank 10/30/2017 1,000,000.00 992,100.00 1,000,000.00 1.700 1.677 1.700 865 05/15/2020 3134G67C1 01210 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 06/22/2015 1,000,000.00 998,060.00 1,000,000.00 1.200 1.184 1.200 172 06/22/2018 3134G8QB8 01219 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 03/29/2016 1,000,000.00 993,100.00 1,000,000.00 1.270 1.253 1.270 452 03/29/2019 3134G8PP8 01220 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 03/30/2016 1,000,000.00 985,560.00 1,000,000.00 1.500 1.661 1.684 1,003 09/30/2020 3134GAXX7 01224 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 11/30/2016 1,000,000.00 992,890.00 1,000,000.00 1.000 0.986 1.000 333 11/30/2018 3134GBAB8 01229 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 03/27/2017 1,000,000.00 989,600.00 1,000,000.00 1.670 1.647 1.670 816 03/27/2020 3134GBGZ9 01232 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 04/27/2017 1,000,000.00 989,440.00 1,000,000.00 2.000 1.964 1.991 1,487 01/27/2022 3134GBNK4 01234 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 05/30/2017 1,000,000.00 990,520.00 1,000,000.00 1.625 1.603 1.625 879 05/29/2020 3134GBL42 01237 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 09/28/2017 1,000,000.00 987,980.00 1,000,000.00 1.670 1.647 1.670 1,001 09/28/2020 3134GBR95 01239 Federal Home Loan Mtg Corp 10/30/2017 1,000,000.00 994,260.00 1,000,000.00 1.625 1.603 1.625 667 10/30/2019 3136G2EC7 01205 Federal National Mtg Assn 02/27/2015 1,000,000.00 993,810.00 1,000,000.00 1.300 1.282 1.300 422 02/27/2019 3136G2WT0 01216 Federal National Mtg Assn 01/27/2016 1,000,000.00 989,960.00 1,000,000.00 1.450 1.430 1.450 756 01/27/2020 3136G2XH5 01217 Federal National Mtg Assn 02/24/2016 1,000,000.00 988,260.00 1,000,000.00 1.400 1.381 1.400 784 02/24/2020 3136G3CL7 01218 Federal National Mtg Assn 03/24/2016 1,000,000.00 983,830.00 1,000,000.00 1.420 1.401 1.420 997 09/24/2020 3136G3TE5 01221 Federal National Mtg Assn 06/29/2016 1,000,000.00 982,020.00 1,000,000.00 1.250 1.233 1.250 910 06/29/2020 3136G3X59 01222 Federal National Mtg Assn 08/23/2016 1,000,000.00 987,090.00 1,000,000.00 1.100 1.085 1.100 599 08/23/2019 Subtotal and Average 22,000,000.00 22,000,000.00 21,780,050.00 22,000,000.00 1.503 1.524 844 Federal Agency Bullet Securities 3133EDNDO 01196 Federal Farm Credit Bank 06/11/2014 1,000,000.00 999,990.00 1,000,000.00 1.200 1.179 1.195 10 01/11/2018 3133EEHU7 01202 Federal Farm Credit Bank 01/14/2015 1,000,000.00 996,040.00 1,000,000.00 1.410 1.391 1.410 378 01/14/2019 3133EGJ30 01225 Federal Farm Credit Bank 11/18/2016 1,000,000.00 984,110.00 1,000.000.00 1.100 1.085 1.100 686 11/18/2019 Portfolio TEME CP Run Date: 02/01/2018 - 17:14 PM (PRF_PM2) 7.3.0 CUSIP Investment # Issuer City of Temecula, California Portfolio Management Portfolio Details - Investments December 31, 2017 Page 5 Average Purchase Stated YTM YTM Days to Maturity Balance Date Par Value Market Value Book Value Rate 360 365 Maturity Date Federal Agency Bullet Securities 3130A4AJ1 01206 Federal Home Loan Bank 02/27/2015 1,000,000.00 999,800.00 1,000,000.00 1.140 1.124 1.140 57 02/27/2018 3130A5MH9 01211 Federal Home Loan Bank 06/26/2015 1,000,000.00 995,140.00 1,000,000.00 1.360 1.341 1.360 359 12/26/2018 3130A8ZV8 01223 Federal Home Loan Bank 08/23/2016 1,000,000.00 983,150.00 1,000,000.00 1.000 0.986 1.000 599 08/23/2019 3130AAYM4 01230 Federal Home Loan Bank 03/14/2017 1,000,000.00 999,540.00 1,000,000.00 1.125 1.110 1.125 72 03/14/2018 3130ABDX1 01233 Federal Home Loan Bank 05/24/2017 1,000,000.00 993,870.00 1,000,000.00 1.400 1.381 1.400 508 05/24/2019 3130AC3F9 01236 Federal Home Loan Bank 08/10/2017 1,000,000.00 992,420.00 1,000,000.00 1.420 1.853 1.878 604 08/28/2019 Subtotal and Average 9,000,000.00 9,000,000.00 8,944,060.00 9,000,000.00 1.272 1.290 364 Total and Average 199,349,581.41 Run Date: 02/01/2018 - 17:14 187,810,781.29 187,483,443.20 187,810,781.29 1.240 1.257 117 Portfolio TEME CP PM (PRF_PM2) 7.3.0 City of Temecula, California Portfolio Management Portfolio Details - Cash December 31, 2017 Average Purchase Stated YTM YTM Days to CUSIP Investment # Issuer Balance Date Par Value Market Value Book Value Rate 360 365 Maturity Passbook/Checking Accounts 1453718479 WORKERS COMP BANK OF AMERICA MERRILL LYNC 07/01/2017 14,270.45 14,270.45 14,270.45 0.000 0.000 1 SYSPetty Cash Petty Cash City of Temecula 07/01/2017 3,311.00 3,311.00 3,311.00 0.000 0.000 1 SYSGen Ck Acct Gen Ck Acct Union Bank of California 8,619,930.78 8,619,930.78 8,619,930.78 0.000 0.000 1 SYSParking Ck PARKING CITA Union Bank of California 07/01/2017 8,078.75 8,078.75 8,078.75 0.000 0.000 1 Average Balance 0.00 1 Page 6 Total Cash and Investments 199,349,581.41 Run Date: 02/01/2018 - 17:14 196,456,372.27 196 ,129, 034.18 196,456, 372.27 1.240 1.257 117 Portfolio TEME CP PM (PRF_PM2) 7.3.0 Cash and Investments Report CITY OF TEMECULA Through December 2017 Fund # Fund Name Beginning Balance Receipts Disbursements Fund Total 001 GENERAL FUND $ 34,499,561.06 $ 6,983,220.81 $ 6,376,127.58 $ 35,106,654.29 002 MEASURE S FUND - 2,310,309.04 210,523.86 2,099,785.18 100 STATE GAS TAX FUND 203,329.43 55.14 203,274.29 120 DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FUND 5,975,558.93 268,609.84 942,240.78 5,301,927.99 125 PEG PUBLIC EDUCATION & GOVERNMENT 306,913.25 37.79 552.81 306,398.23 145 TEMECULA ENERGY EFFICIENCY ASSET TEAM 198,078.04 53.71 198,024.33 150 AB 2766 FUND - 34,220.13 8,955.77 25,264.36 160 SUPPLEMENTAL LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES - 8,333.33 41.79 8,291.54 161 LARRY ROBINSON REWARD 25,708.94 - 6.97 25,701.97 165 AFFORDABLE HOUSING 743,627.01 26,055.47 19,326.57 750,355.91 170 MEASURE A FUND 3,237,322.08 311,934.48 176,624.32 3,372,632.24 190 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT 480,618.61 399,812.18 772,633.57 107,797.22 194 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "D" REFUSE/RECYCLING 368,353.75 1,133.49 9,075.78 360,411.46 195 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "R" STREET/ROAD MAINT 23,736.93 6.44 23,730.49 196 TCSD SERVICE LEVEL "L" LAKE PARK MAINT. 293,315.95 - 15,394.66 277,921.29 197 TEMECULA LIBRARY FUND 231,028.94 6,381.44 67,500.25 169,910.13 198 PUBLIC ART 97,450.57 3,146.96 27.28 100,570.25 210 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT FUND 14,948,995.42 1,298,754.88 2,577,524.57 13,670,225.73 275 CFD 03-3 WOLF CREEK IMPROVEMENT FUND 298,485.08 228.83 - 298,713.91 277 CFD-RORIPAUGH 16,368,805.87 873.42 34.04 16,369,645.25 278 CFD-RORIPAUGH II 6,441,063.04 4,937.89 6,446,000.93 300 INSURANCE FUND 293,379.41 - 142,908.93 150,470.48 305 WORKER'S COMPENSATION 982,689.93 2,977.00 10,463.40 975,203.53 310 VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT FUND 1,787,176.40 - 484.62 1,786,691.78 325 TECHNOLOGY REPLACEMENT FUND 601,714.51 559.44 264,441.89 337,832.06 330 CENTRAL SERVICES 411,301.85 32,484.47 378,817.38 340 FACILITIES 442,076.66 740.86 90,444.24 352,373.28 380 SARDA DEBT SERVICE FUND 16,818,582.98 167,676,210.38 87,338,868.17 97,155,925.19 460 CFD 88-12 DEBT SERVICE FUND 90,252.77 - 24.47 90,228.30 472 CFD 01-2 HARVESTON A&B DEBT SERVICE 607,533.75 441.13 167.65 607,807.23 473 CFD 03-1 CROWNE HILL DEBT SERVICE FUND 1,763,758.32 268.97 175.53 1,763,851.76 474 AD 03-4 JOHN WARNER ROAD DEBT SERVICE 70,189.43 50.95 159.96 70,080.42 475 CFD 03-3 WOLF CREEK DEBT SERVICE FUND 1,992,040.44 149.22 253.60 1,991,936.06 476 CFD 03-6 HARVESTON 2 DEBT SERVICE FUND 360,230.38 10.62 168.12 360,072.88 477 CFD 03-02 RORIPAUGH DEBT SERVICE FUND 807,048.89 575.86 895.16 806,729.59 478 CFD-RORIPAUGH II 3,204,623.48 2,434.05 802.55 3,206,254.98 502 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 2 WINCHESTER CREEK 63,204.47 - 752.41 62,452.06 504 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 4 THE VINEYARDS 876.60 134.37 742.23 505 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 5 SIGNET SERIES 4,393.19 - 1,048.41 3,344.78 506 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 6 WOODCREST COUNTRY 18,018.74 5,308.65 12,710.09 508 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 8 VILLAGE GROVE 29,600.79 1,739.88 27,860.91 509 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 9 RANCHO SOLANA 21,434.23 - 132.56 21,301.67 510 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 10 MARTINIQUE 6,588.84 - 297.20 6,291.64 511 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 11 MEADOWVIEW 1,400.40 83.48 1,316.92 512 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 12 VINTAGE HILLS 44,159.89 1,107.55 43,052.34 513 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 13 PRESLEY DEVELOP 4,098.76 - 942.72 3,156.04 514 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 14 MORRISON HOMES 227.08 276.87 503.95 515 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 15 BARCLAY ESTATES 188.87 150.58 38.29 516 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 16 TRADEWINDS 32,182.16 185.61 31,996.55 517 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 17 MONTE VISTA 257.95 - 76.08 181.87 518 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 18 TEMEKU HILLS 5,398.95 - 1,859.74 3,539.21 519 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 19 CHANTEMAR 69,201.11 827.69 68,373.42 520 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 20 CROWNE HILL 86,116.12 892.83 85,223.29 521 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 21 VAIL RANCH 103,670.69 4,866.99 98,803.70 522 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 22 SUTTON PLACE 3,810.45 102.17 3,708.28 523 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 23 PHEASENT RUN 11,051.57 - 166.68 10,884.89 524 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 24 HARVESTON 6,933.67 3,176.97 3,756.70 525 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 25 SERENA HILLS 30,862.16 - 851.17 30,010.99 526 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 26 GALLERYTRADITION 40.45 - 29.08 11.37 527 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 27 AVONDALE 4,204.32 269.47 3,934.85 528 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 28 WOLF CREEK 319,424.99 4,894.10 314,530.89 530 SERVICE LEVEL"C"ZONE 30 FUTURE ZONES 34,308.59 - 9.30 34,299.29 Grand Total: $ 115,876,207.14 $179,342,685.33 $ 99,089,858.29 $ 196.129,034.18 Journal Entries completed after November's Treasurer's Report was issued are reflected in the Receipts Disbursements columns. Item No. 5 Approvals City Attorney Director of Finance City Manager CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Randi Johl, City Clerk DATE: February 27, 2018 SUBJECT: Adopt Ordinance 18-05 Amending Section 10.44.010 of the Temecula Municipal Code Relating to the Use of Golf Carts on Royal Birkdale Drive from Meadows Parkway to Temeku Drive (Second Reading) PREPARED BY: Randi Johl, City Clerk RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopt an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 18-05 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, AMENDING SECTION 10.44.010 OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE RELATING TO THE USE OF GOLF CARTS ON ROYAL BIRKDALE DRIVE FROM MEADOWS PARKWAY TO TEMEKU DRIVE 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. With the exception of urgency ordinances, Government Code Section 36934 requires two readings of standard ordinances more than five days apart. Ordinances must be read in full at the time of introduction or passage unless a motion waiving the reading is adopted by a majority of the City Council present. Ordinance No. 18-05 was first introduced at the regularly scheduled meeting of February 13, 2018. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 18-05 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, AMENDING SECTION 10.44.010 OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE RELATING TO THE USE OF GOLF CARTS ON ROYAL BIRKDALE DRIVE FROM MEADOWS PARKWAY TO TEMEKU DRIVE THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The text of Section 10.44.010 of the Temecula Municipal Code, but not Table 10.44.010A or Table 10.44.010B, is hereby amended to read as follows: 10.44.010 Honors Drive, Temeku Drive and Royal Birkdale Drive A. The City Council does hereby find, determine and declare that: 1. Honors Drive from Margarita Road to Tee Drive, Temeku Drive from Tee Drive to La Serena Way and Royal Birkdale Drive from Meadows Parkway to Temeku Drive, are streets within the jurisdiction of the City and, for the purposes of this section, shall be collectively referred to as the "streets." 2. The streets are located adjacent to and provides access to the Temeku Hills Golf course. Further, the streets are located between the golf course and the place where golf carts are parked or stored. The street is within one mile of the golf course. 3. The streets are within and bounded in part by a real estate development offering golf facilities. 4. The streets are designed and constructed so as to safely permit the use of regular vehicular traffic and also the driving of golf carts on the streets. B. Pursuant to the authority of Vehicle Code Section 21115 the City Council hereby designates the streets as streets for the combined use of vehicles and golf carts. C. Pursuant to the authority of Vehicle Code Section 21115, the following rules and regulations are hereby enacted for the use of vehicles and the use of golf carts on the street. It shall be unlawful for a vehicle or golf cart to be operated in violation of the following rules and regulations, which shall have the force of law: 1. A white line of six inches in width shall be painted on Honors Drive from Margarita Road to Tee Drive and Temeku Drive from Tee Drive to La Serena Way at a distance of fourteen (14) feet from the centerline so as to designate an area for vehicular traffic and a separate area for golf cart traffic. A white line of six inches in width shall be painted on Royal Birkdale Drive from Meadows Parkway to Temeku Drive at a distance of eleven (11) feet from the centerline so as to designate an area for vehicular traffic and a separate area for golf cart traffic. 2. Vehicles shall travel in the designated fourteen (14) foot travel lanes closest to the centerline on Honors Drive from Margarita Road to Tee Drive and Temeku Drive from Tee Drive to La Serena Way and shall not travel in the area designated for golf carts unless necessary for an emergency. Vehicles shall travel in the designated eleven (11) foot travel lanes closest to the centerline on Royal Birkdale Drive from Meadows Parkway to Temeku Drive and shall not travel in the area designated for golf carts unless necessary for an emergency. 3. Golf carts shall travel in the designated eight (8) foot lane between the white line and the edge of the roadway. Golf carts shall not travel in the vehicular lane. 4. The posted speed limit for vehicles traveling on the streets shall be twenty-five miles per hour. 5. The speed limit for golf carts traveling on the portion of the streets designated for golf carts shall be twenty-five miles per hour. 6. Golf cart crossings shall be permitted across the streets at the locations designated in Table 10.44.010A, incorporated herein as though set forth in full. 7. Golf cart crossings shall conform to the plans and the signage requirements set forth in Table 10.44.010B, incorporated herein as though set forth in full. 8. If a golf cart is operated on the streets during darkness, the golf cart shall be subject to the provisions of Vehicle Code Section 24001.5 regarding equipment. Section 2. Table 10.44.010A and Table 10.44.010B are not being modified by this Ordinance and shall remain the same as originally enacted by Ordinance No. 01-09. Section 3. The designation, and the rules and regulations described in Section 1 shall become effective upon the posting of signage on the Street which gives notice of the speed limit and the rules and regulations governing operation of vehicles and golf carts. Section 4. If any sentence, clause or phrase of this ordinance is for any reason held to be unconstitutional or otherwise invalid, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions of this ordinance. The City Council hereby declares that it would have passed this ordinance and each sentence, clause or phrase thereof irrespective of the fact that any one or more sentences, clauses or phrases be declared unconstitutional or otherwise invalid. Section 5. The designation of the golf cart areas and the rules and regulations governing their use as provided in this Ordinance is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (Public Resources Code Section 21000 et seq.) pursuant to 14 California Code of Regulation Section 15301 because the Ordinance provides for the operation, permitting, and minor alteration of existing public streets and similar facilities that involves negligible or no expansion of use beyond that existing at the time of adoption of this Ordinance. Pursuant to the Ordinance, the streets will not be widened and the only physical change will be the painting of a white line marking the area for golf cart use on the existing roadway. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 27th day of February 27, 2018. Matt Rahn, Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE CITY OF TEMECULA ) ss I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance No. 18-05 was duly introduced and placed upon its first reading at a meeting of the City Council of the City of Temecula on the 13th day of February, 2018, and that thereafter, said Ordinance was duly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 27th day of February, 2018, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk Item No. 6 Approvals City Attorney Director of Finance City Manager CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Kevin Hawkins, Director of Community Services DATE: February 27, 2018 SUBJECT: Approve the Sponsorship Agreement with Reality Rally, Inc. for the 2018 Reality Rally, a Fundraiser Event for Michelle's Place (At the Request of the Economic Development Committee Edwards and Comerchero) PREPARED BY: Dawn Adamiak, Community Services Manager RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approve the Sponsorship Agreement with Reality Rally, Inc. for city -support costs, in the amount of $6,400 and in-kind promotional services of $11,415, for the 2018 Reality Rally. BACKGROUND: Staff received a sponsorship request from Reality Rally Inc. to provide city -support costs for the 2018 Reality Rally to be held on May 5, 2018. The Economic Development Committee of the City Council (Then Mayor Edwards and Council Member Comerchero) met on May 30, 2017, to review the budget on this special event and recommended continued support at the levels indicated in the staff report. Reality Rally has been a popular event for the past seven years, attracting thousands to the fundraiser to benefit Michelle's Place. Michelle's Place is a local non-profit organization serving the Temecula Valley, which provides emotional and educational support and facilitates breast health care services for those touched with breast cancer. The event includes a one -day Reality Rally Challenge Race throughout Old Town followed by Reality TV Star meet & greet and autograph signing. The challenge race will incorporate and highlight many of the local attractions in Old Town Temecula including the Old Town Temecula Community Theater and the Temecula Valley Museum. Celebrity Reality TV show contestants will be invited to participate on teams and enjoy the amenities of Temecula during their weekend stay. FISCAL IMPACT: The City -support costs of $6,400 and in-kind promotional services of $11,415 are included in the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Operating Budget of the various supporting departments. ATTACHMENTS: Agreement SPONSORSHIP AGREEMENT BETWEEN CITY OF TEMECULA AND REALITY RALLY, INC. THIS AGREEMENT is made and effective as of this 27th day of February, 2018, by and between the City of Temecula , a municipal corporation (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and Reality Rally, Inc., a California nonprofit corporation (hereinafter referred to as the "Nonprofit"). In consideration of the mutual covenants, conditions and undertakings set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: 1. RECITALS This Agreement is made with respect to the following facts and purposes which each of the parties acknowledge and agree are true and correct: a. The Nonprofit shall operate the annual Reality Rally (hereinafter referred to as the "Event") on May 5, 2018. The Event is a special event which is located in Old Town Temecula. b. The Event includes a one -day challenge type race throughout Old Town followed by Reality TV Star meet & greet, autograph signing and promotional booths. c. Alcohol will not be served. d. The City desires to be a Co -Sponsor of the Event. e. The Event will serve as a fundraiser for Michelle's Place, a local non-profit organization servicing the Temecula Valley, which provides emotional and educational support for those touched with breast cancer and facilitates breast health care services. 2. TERM This Agreement shall commence on February 27, 2018, and shall remain and continue in effect until tasks described herein are completed, but in no event later than June 30, 2018, unless sooner terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement. 3. CONSIDERATION a. In exchange for providing the Nonprofit with in-kind city -support services valued at an amount not to exceed Six Thousand Four Hundred Dollars and No Cents ($6,400.00) and in-kind promotional services valued at an amount not to exceed Eleven Thousand Four Hundred Fifteen Dollars ($11,415.00), as listed in Exhibit B, the City of Temecula shall be designated as a Co -Sponsor of the Event. As a Co -Sponsor the City shall receive sponsor benefits as listed in Exhibit A. 4. WRITTEN REPORT Within ninety (90) days after the conclusion of the Event, the Nonprofit shall prepare and submit to the Assistant City Manager a written report evaluating the Event, its attendance, media coverage, and description of the materials in which the City has listed as a Co -Sponsor. The report shall also include samples of media, press clippings, flyers, pamphlets, etc., in a presentation notebook format. In addition, complete financial statements including a balance sheet, income statement and budget to actual comparison report of the Event must be included in such a written report. 12/28/2017 5. PERMITS The Nonprofit shall file an application for a Special Event Permit with the City no later than sixty (60) days prior to the first day of the Event. The City retains its governmental jurisdiction to determine whether to issue the permits and the nature and scope of Conditions of Approval. The Nonprofit shall comply with all conditions of approval for the Special Event Permit, or any other City -issued permits. Failure to comply with the Conditions of Approval of such permits shall constitute a default of this Agreement and is grounds for termination of this Agreement. 6. MEETING ATTENDANCE The Nonprofit shall attend all City pre -event planning meetings and event recap meetings if warranted. 7. INDEMNIFICATION The Nonprofit shall indemnify, protect, defend and hold harmless the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its elected officials, officers, employees, volunteers, and representatives from any and all suits, claims, demands, losses, defense costs or expenses, actions, liability or damages of whatsoever kind and nature which the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, agents and employees may sustain or incur or which may be imposed upon them for injury to or death of persons, or damage to property arising out of the Nonprofit's negligent or wrongful acts or omissions arising out of or in any way related to the performance or non- performance of this Agreement. 8. INSURANCE The Nonprofit shall secure and maintain from a State of California admitted insurance company, pay for and maintain in full force and effect for the duration of this Agreement an insurance policy of comprehensive general liability against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property, which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the work hereunder by February 16, 2018, its agents, representatives, or employees. a. 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 Recipient 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 Recipient has no employees while performing under this Agreement, worker's compensation insurance is not required, but Consultant shall execute a declaration that it has no employees. b. Minimum Limits of Insurance. Consultant shall maintain limits no less than: 1) General Liability: Two million ($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 2 12/28/2017 separately to this project/location or the general aggregate limit shall be twice the required occurrence limit. 2) Automobile Liability: One million ($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. c. Deductibles and Self -Insured Retentions. Any deductibles or self-insured retentions shall not exceed Twenty Five Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($25,000). d. 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, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers are to be covered as insured's, as respects: liability arising out of activities performed by or on behalf of the NonProfit; products and completed operations of the Recipient; premises owned, occupied or used by the Nonprofit; or automobiles owned, leased, hired or borrowed by the Nonprofit. The coverage shall contain no special limitations on the scope of protection afforded to the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 2) For any claims related to this project, the Nonprofit's insurance coverage shall be primary insurance as respects the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers. Any insurance or self-insured maintained by the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, officials, employees or volunteers shall be excess of the Consultant'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, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 4) The Nonprofit'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 agreement shall be endorsed to state: should the policy be canceled before the expiration date the issuing insurer will endeavor to mail thirty (30) days prior written notice to the City. 6) If insurance coverage is canceled or, reduced in coverage or in limits the Nonprofit shall within two (2) business days of notice from insurer phone, fax, and/or notify the City via certified mail, return receipt requested of the changes to or cancellation of the policy. e. Acceptability of Insurers. Insurance is to be placed with insurers with a current A.M. Best rating of A -:VII or better, unless otherwise acceptable to the City. Self insurance shall not be considered to comply with these insurance requirements. f. Verification of Coverage. Nonproft 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 3 12/28/2017 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 Nonprofit's insurer may provide complete, certified copies of all required insurance policies, including endorsements affecting the coverage required by these specifications. 9. GOVERNING LAW The City and the Nonprofit understand and agree that the laws of the State of California shall govern the rights, obligations, duties and liabilities of the parties to this Agreement and also govern the interpretation of this Agreement. Any litigation concerning this Agreement shall take place in the municipal, superior, or federal district court with geographic jurisdiction over the City of Temecula. In the event such litigation is filed by one party against the other to enforce its rights under this Agreement, the prevailing party, as determined by the Court's judgment, shall be entitled to reasonable attorney fees and litigation expenses for the relief granted. 10. LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES The Nonprofit shall keep itself informed of all local, State and Federal ordinances, laws and regulations which in any manner affect those employed by it or in any way affect the performance of its service pursuant to this Agreement. The Nonprofit shall at all times observe and comply with all such ordinances, laws and regulations. The City, and its officers and employees, shall not be liable at law or in equity occasioned by failure of the Nonprofit to comply with this section. 11. ASSIGNMENT The Nonprofit shall not assign the performance of this Agreement, nor any part thereof, nor any monies due hereunder, without prior written consent of the City. 12. NOTICES Any notices which either party may desire to give to the other party under this Agreement must be in writing and may be given either by (i) personal service, (ii) delivery by a reputable document delivery service, such as but not limited to, Federal Express, that provides a receipt showing date and time of delivery, or (iii) mailing in the United States Mail, certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, addressed to the address of the party as set forth below or at any other address as that party may later designate by Notice: Mailing Address: To Recipient: City of Temecula Attn: City Manager 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Reality Rally, Inc. Attn: Gillian Larson 41893 Niblick Road Temecula, CA 92591 4 12/28/2017 15. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR a. The Nonprofit shall at all times remain as to the City a wholly independent contractor. The personnel performing the services under this Agreement on behalf of the Nonprofit shall at all times be under the Nonprofit's exclusive direction and control. Neither City nor any of its officers, employees, agents, or volunteers shall have control over the conduct of Recipient or any of the Nonprofit's officers, employees, or agents except as set forth in this Agreement. The Nonprofit shall not at any time or in any manner represent that it or any of its officers, employees or agents are in any manner officers, employees or agents of the City. The Nonprofit shall not incur or have the power to incur any debt, obligation or liability whatever against City, or bind City in any manner. No employee benefits shall be available to the Nonprofit in connection with the performance of this Agreement. Except for the fees paid to the Nonprofit as provided in the Agreement, City shall not pay salaries, wages, or other compensation to the Nonprofit for performing services hereunder for City. City shall not be liable for compensation or indemnification to the Nonprofit for injury or sickness arising out of performing services hereunder. 16. ENTIRE AGREEMENT This Agreement contains the entire understanding between the parties relating to the obligations of the parties described in this Agreement. All prior or contemporaneous agreements, understandings, representations and statements, oral or written, are merged into this Agreement and shall be of no further force or effect. Each party is entering into this Agreement based solely upon the representations set forth herein and upon each party's own independent investigation of any and all facts such party deems material. 17. AUTHORITY TO EXECUTE THIS AGREEMENT The person or persons executing this Agreement on behalf of the Nonprofit warrants and represents that he or she has the authority to execute this Agreement on behalf of the Nonprofit and has the authority to bind the Nonprofit to the performance of its obligations hereunder. The City Manager is authorized to enter into an amendment on behalf of the City to make the following non -substantive modifications to the agreement: (a) name changes; (b) extension of time; (c) non -monetary changes in scope of work; (d) agreement termination. 5 12/28/2017 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. CITY OF TEMECULA REALITY RALLY, 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: Matt Rahn, Mayor ATTEST: By: Randi Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: Gi)Iian Larson, President Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney NONPROFIT Reality Rally, Inc. Attn: Gillian Larson 41893 Niblick Road Temecula, CA 92591 1781) 962-8234 gillian@realityrally.com 6 PM Initial; Date: c, - 12/28/2017 EXHIBIT "A" CITY OF TEMECULA SPONSORSHIP BENEFITS CO-SPONSOR Reality Rally, Inc. shall provide the following benefits and services for the citizens of the City of Temecula: • City of Temecula logo/name on advertisements • City of Temecula name on all press releases • City of Temecula logo/name on event poster • City of Temecula logo/name on event flyers • City of Temecula logo/name on event t -shirt • 5 Reality Rally t -shirts **Press Releases will be distributed to all local media, however, publication cannot be guaranteed. Press Releases can also be provided to all sponsors for distribution to their clients, agents, employees, etc. 7 12/28/2017 EXHIBIT "B" IN-KIND SERVICES ESTIMATED VALUE OF CITY SUPPORT SERVICES AND COSTS Based on the input from City departments we received estimated cost projections for the Reality Rally event. The following expenses can be anticipated for the event: Fire: $ 2,500.00 Public Works: $ 500.00 Community Services $ 3,400.00 TOTAL: $ 6,400.00 ESTIMATED VALUE OF PROMOTIONAL SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE CITY OF TEMECULA The estimated value for in-kind promotional assistance provided by The City of Temecula for the Reality Rally is as follows: Item Value Auto Mall Marque Appears approximately once every 4 '/ minutes Cable Channel Event slide appears approximately once per hour for 30 seconds City Website Event listing on the City of Temecula's event calendar Promotional Poster 42X66 poster displayed in the concourse at the Civic Center $ 3,115.00 $ 5,100.00 $ 2,200.00 $ 1,000.00 TOTAL VALUE: $ 11,415.00 8 12/28/2017 ACORO® CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE DATE (MM/DD/YYYY) 3/24/2017 THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AFFIRMATIVELY OR NEGATIVELY AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. THIS CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CONTRACT BETWEEN THE ISSUING INSURER(S), AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OR PRODUCER, AND THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. IMPORTANT: If the certificate holder is an ADDITIONAL INSURED, the policy(ios) must bo endorsod. If SUBROGATION IS WAIVED. subject to the terms and conditions of the policy, certain policies may require an endorsement. A statement on this certificate does not confer rights to the certificate holder In Ileu of such endorsement(s). PRODUCER Temecula Insurance Services 41923 Second Street Suite 201 Temecula CA 92590 INSURED Gillian Larson, DBA: Reality Rally 41893 Niblick Road Temecula CA 92591 CONTACT NAMEJulie Eardly C No. Est);PH(951) 694-5200 1 FAX E-MAILUlie@temeculainsuranceservices.com ADDRERE SS:] INSURER(S) AFFORDING COVERAGE NAIL N INsuRERA.United States Fire Insurance Xt1 21113 INSURER B INSURER C : INSURER D : INSURER E : INSURER F f COVERAGES CERTIFICATE NUMBER:CL1732101658 REVI THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE POLICIES INDICATED NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT, CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY POLICIES. LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN ADDL:SUBRT "'�` INSDWVIZ POLICY NUMBER ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS. THE POLICY PERIOD TO WHICH THIS TO ALL THE TERMS, iN R LTR TYPE OF INSURANCE POLICY EFF (MM/DOTYYYY1 POLICY EXP IMMIDDfYYYY) LIMITS A X COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY 9APGA1010716� / 4/8/2017 4/8/2018 EACH OCCURRENCE $ 1,000,000. DAMAGE TO RENTED PREMISES (Ea occurrence) $ 300,0(1_ MED EXP (Any one person) +$ 5,000 PERSONAL 8 ADV INJURY $ 1,000,000 GENERAL AGGREGATE s 5, 000 , 000 PRODUCTS - COMP/OPAGG'S 5,000,000 Employee Benefits $ CLAIMS -MADE LX OCCUR GEN'L X AGGREGATE LIMIT APPLIES PER' POLICY IJECT 1 LOC OTHER AANY AUTOMOBILE __ X LIABILITY AUTO ALLOWNED SCHEDULED AUTOS AUTOS HIRED AUTOS X NON -OWNED AUTOS R SRPGA.1010716 4/8/2017 4/8/2018 , GOMB;NED SINGLE L+M 17 $ 150,000 (Ea acaden:) BODILY INJURY (Per person) 1 $ BODILY INJURY (per acadenl)' $ PROPERTY DAMAGE $ (Pe, agodant) $ UMBRELLA LIAB OCCUR EXCESS LIAB CLAIMS -MADE DED I RETENTION$ EACH OCCURRENCE $ AGGREGATE $ $ WORKERS COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY y i N ANY PROPRIETOR/PARTNER/EXECUTIVE 1 OFFICER/MEMBER EXCLUDED? (Mandatory in NH) 11 yes, describe under DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS below N / A ( I PER i OTH- STATUTE ER $ $ $ E L EACH ACCIDENT E L DISEASE - EA EMPLOYEE E L DISEASE - POLICY LIMIT DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS / LOCATIONS/VEHICLES (ACORD 101, Additional Remarks Schedule, may be attached if more space is required) The City of Temecula, Successor Agency to the Temecul Redevelopment Agency, and the Temecula Community Services Distric, their officers, officials, employ s and volunteers are named additional insured on the general liability and commercial auto policies. CERTIFICATE HOLDER City of Temecula Attn: Finance Department 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 0 CANCELLATION SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, NOTICE WILL BE DELIVERED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE POLICY PROVISIONS. AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE Bradley Salute/JULIE ACORD 25 (2014/01) INS025 /701 .1w © 1988-2014 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved. The ACORD name and logo are registered marks of ACORD Commercial Automobile Liability Waiver Form City of Temecula Contractor (Consultant, etc.): Reality Rally Automobile Liability Requirements: • Minimum Scope of Insurance. Coverage shall be at least as broad as: 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. • Minimum Limits of Insurance. Contractor shall maintain limits no less than: One million ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury and property damage. Waiver Request Staff confirms that the Vendor is unable to obtain a non -owned auto endorsement to their General Liability Policy. Therefore an Automobile Liability waiver is being requested for the following reason(s): Initial X Vendor does not use an automobile in connection with their work. The Vendor's vehicle is not primarily used for commercial purposes. Therefore, although the Vendor has Automobile Liability coverage, the Vendor does not have Commercial Automobile Liability coverage. Prepared By: Department Director: Risk Management: Purchasing Manager: nature 1-18 -I.& Signature Date Signature Date Signature Date r:\adamiakd\permits\event permits\fy 2017-2018\reality rally\insurance\commercial automobile liability waiver.docx Dawn Adamiak From: Sent: To: Subject: To whom it may concern City of Temecula. Gillian Larson Monday, January 8, 2018 4:10 PM Dawn Adamiak Reality Rally Reality Rally is an event produced and run entirely run by volunteers. Reality 'Rally does not have any employees. Thank you Gillian Larson Creator and Event Producer,President Reality Rally Inc 501c(3) Tax ID Item No. 7 Approvals City Attorney Director of Finance City Manager JI4c- 6e. CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Kevin Hawkins, Director of Community Services DATE: February 27, 2018 SUBJECT: Approve the Sponsorship Agreement with Temecula Education Foundation for the 2018 Taste of Temecula Valley (At the Request of the Economic Development Committee Edwards and Comerchero) PREPARED BY: Dawn Adamiak, Community Services Manager RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approve the Sponsorship Agreement with Temecula Education Foundation for city -support costs, in the amount of $3,825 and in-kind promotional services of $11,415, for the 2018 Taste of Temecula Valley. BACKGROUND: Staff received a sponsorship request from Temecula Education Foundation to provide city -support costs for the 2018 Taste of Temecula Valley to be held on April 27-28, 2018. The Economic Development Committee of the City Council (Then Mayor Edwards and Council Member Comerchero) met on May 30, 2017, to review the budget on this special event and recommended continued support at the levels indicated in the staff report. Taste of Temecula Valley will serve as a fundraiser with the Temecula Education, a local non- profit organization whose mission is to assist the Temecula Valley Unified School District with enhancing the teaching and learning experience for students, through the donation of funds and resources from businesses and the community. Their goal is to raise additional funds that will allow all schools within the Temecula Valley Unified School District to support the offering of more Arts, Sciences and Technology in the classroom. Temecla Education Foundation also sponsors summer school enrichment programs and is working closely with the school district to offer students an expanded summer enrichment curriculum. Taste of Temecula Valley includes the opportunity for local restaurants, wineries, microbreweries and vendors to showcase their establishments at a unique venue that is designed to expose their products to new potential customers. Additionally, Taste of Temecula Valley will include live entertainment and kids' activities throughout the scheduled event time. The anticipated attendance is approximately 6,000 people. FISCAL IMPACT: The City -support costs of $3,825 and in-kind promotional services of $11,415 are included in the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Operating Budget of the various supporting departments. ATTACHMENTS: Agreement SPONSORSHIP AGREEMENT BETWEEN CITY OF TEMECULA AND TEMECULA EDUCATION FOUNDATION THIS AGREEMENT is made and effective as of this 27th day of February, 2018, by and between the City of Temecula , a municipal corporation (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and Temecula Education Foundation, a California nonprofit corporation (hereinafter referred to as the "Nonprofit"). In consideration of the mutual covenants, conditions and undertakings set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: 1. RECITALS This Agreement is made with respect to the following facts and purposes which each of the parties acknowledge and agree are true and correct: a. The Nonprofit shall operate the Taste of Temecula Valley (hereinafter referred to as the "Event") on April 27-28, 2018. The Event is a special event which is located in Old Town Temecula. b. The Event includes a Friday night VIP Dining and Concert experience, which features local chefs and exclusive menu offerings from the area's finest restaurants. The family -friendly Saturday event features menu selections from the best Southern Calfornia wineries, microbreweries and speciality shops, live music and kids' activities. c. Alcohol will be served. d. The City desires to be a Co -Sponsor of the Event. 2. TERM This Agreement shall commence on February 27, 2018, and shall remain and continue in effect until tasks described herein are completed, but in no event Tater than June 30, 2018, unless sooner terminated pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement. 3. CONSIDERATION a. In exchange for providing the Nonprofit with in-kind city -support services valued at an amount not to exceed Three Thousand Eight Hundred Twenty -Five Dollars and No Cents ($3,825.00) and in-kind promotional services valued at an amount not to exceed Eleven Thousand Four Hundred Fifteen Dollars and No Cents ($11,415.00), as listed in Exhibit B, the City of Temecula shall be designated as a Co -Sponsor of the Event. As a Co - Sponsor the City shall receive sponsor benefits as listed in Exhibit A. 4. WRITTEN REPORT Within ninety (90) days after the conclusion of the Event, the Nonprofit shall prepare and submit to the Assistant City Manager a written report evaluating the Event, its attendance, media coverage, and description of the materials in which the City has listed as a Co -Sponsor. The report shall also include samples of media, press clippings, flyers, pamphlets, etc., in a presentation notebook format. In addition, complete financial statements including a balance sheet, income statement and budget to actual comparison report of the Event must be included in such a written report. 12/28/2017 5. PERMITS The Nonprofit shall file an application Special Event Permit with the City no later than sixty (60) days prior to the first day of the Event. The City retains its governmental jurisdiction to determine whether to issue the permits and the nature and scope of Conditions of Approval. The Nonprofit shall comply with all conditions of approval for the Special Event Permit, or any other City -issued permits. Failure to comply with the Conditions of Approval of such permits shall constitute a default of this Agreement and is grounds for termination of this Agreement. 6. MEETING ATTENDANCE The Nonprofit shall attend all City pre -event planning meetings and event recap meetings if warranted. 7. INDEMNIFICATION The Nonprofit shall indemnify, protect, defend and hold harmless the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its elected officials, officers, employees, volunteers, and representatives from any and all suits, claims, demands, losses, defense costs or expenses, actions, liability or damages of whatsoever kind and nature which the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, agents and employees may sustain or incur or which may be imposed upon them for injury to or death of persons, or damage to property arising out of the Nonprofit's negligent or wrongful acts or omissions arising out of or in any way related to the performance or non- performance of this Agreement. 8. INSURANCE The Nonprofit shall secure and maintain from a State of California admitted insurance company, pay for and maintain in full force and effect for the duration of this Agreement an insurance policy of comprehensive general liability against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property, which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the work hereunder by April 20, 2018, its agents, representatives, or employees. a. CG 00 01 11 85 or 88. Minimum Scope of Insurance. Coverage shall be at least as broad as: 1) Insurance Services Office Commercial General Liability form No. 2) Insurance Services Office Business Auto Coverage form CA 00 01 06 92 covering Automobile Liability, code 1 (any auto). If the Recipient 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 Recipient has no employees while performing under this Agreement, worker's compensation insurance is not required, but Consultant shall execute a declaration that it has no employees. 4) Liquor Liability for bodily injury, personal injury and property damages. b. Minimum Limits of Insurance. Consultant shall maintain limits no less than: 1) General Liability: Two million ($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 2 12/28/2017 separately to this project/location or the general aggregate limit shall be twice the required occurrence limit. 2) Automobile Liability: One million ($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. 4) Liquor Liability: One million ($1,000,000) combined single limit per occurrence for boidly injury, personal injury and property damage. c. Deductibles and Self -Insured Retentions. Any deductibles or self-insured retentions shall not exceed Twenty Five Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($25,000). d. 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, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers are to be covered as insured's, as respects: liability arising out of activities performed by or on behalf of the NonProfit; products and completed operations of the Recipient; premises owned, occupied or used by the Nonprofit; or automobiles owned, leased, hired or borrowed by the Nonprofit. The coverage shall contain no special limitations on the scope of protection afforded to the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 2) For any claims related to this project, the Nonprofit's insurance coverage shall be primary insurance as respects the City of Temecula, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees and volunteers. Any insurance or self-insured maintained by the City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, and/or the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, its officers, officials, employees or volunteers shall be excess of the Consultant'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, the Temecula Community Services District, the Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, their officers, officials, employees or volunteers. 4) The Nonprofit'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 agreement shall be endorsed to state: should the policy be canceled before the expiration date the issuing insurer will endeavor to mail thirty (30) days prior written notice to the City. 6) If insurance coverage is canceled or, reduced in coverage or in limits the Nonprofit shall within two (2) business days of notice from insurer phone, fax, and/or notify the City via certified mail, return receipt requested of the changes to or cancellation of the policy. e. Acceptability of Insurers. Insurance is to be placed with insurers with a current A.M. Best rating of A -:VII or better, unless otherwise acceptable to the City. Self insurance shall not be considered to comply with these insurance requirements. f. Verification of Coverage. Nonproft shall furnish the City with original endorsements effecting coverage required by this clause. The endorsements are to be signed 3 12/28/2017 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 Nonprofit's insurer may provide complete, certified copies of all required insurance policies, including endorsements affecting the coverage required by these specifications. 9. GOVERNING LAW The City and the Nonprofit understand and agree that the laws of the State of California shall govern the rights, obligations, duties and liabilities of the parties to this Agreement and also govern the interpretation of this Agreement. Any litigation concerning this Agreement shall take place in the municipal, superior, or federal district court with geographic jurisdiction over the City of Temecula. In the event such litigation is filed by one party against the other to enforce its rights under this Agreement, the prevailing party, as determined by the Court's judgment, shall be entitled to reasonable attorney fees and litigation expenses for the relief granted. 10. LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES The Nonprofit shall keep itself informed of all local, State and Federal ordinances, laws and regulations which in any manner affect those employed by it or in any way affect the performance of its service pursuant to this Agreement. The Nonprofit shall at all times observe and comply with all such ordinances, laws and regulations. The City, and its officers and employees, shall not be liable at law or in equity occasioned by failure of the Nonprofit to comply with this section. 11. ASSIGNMENT The Nonprofit shall not assign the performance of this Agreement, nor any part thereof, nor any monies due hereunder, without prior written consent of the City. 12. NOTICES Any notices which either party may desire to give to the other party under this Agreement must be in writing and may be given either by (i) personal service, (ii) delivery by a reputable document delivery service, such as but not limited to, Federal Express, that provides a receipt showing date and time of delivery, or (iii) mailing in the United States Mail, certified mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, addressed to the address of the party as set forth below or at any other address as that party may later designate by Notice: Mailing Address: To Recipient: City of Temecula Attn: City Manager 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Temecula Education Foundation Attn: Mark Katan 31350 Rancho Vista Road Temecula, CA 92592 15. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR a. The Nonprofit shall at all times remain as to the City a wholly independent contractor. The personnel performing the services under this Agreement on behalf of the Nonprofit shall at all times be under the Nonprofit's exclusive direction and control. Neither City 4 12/28/2017 nor any of its officers, employees, agents, or volunteers shall have control over the conduct of Recipient or any of the Nonprofit's officers, employees, or agents except as set forth in this Agreement. The Nonprofit shall not at any time or in any manner represent that it or any of its officers, employees or agents are in any manner officers, employees or agents of the City. The Nonprofit shall not incur or have the power to incur any debt, obligation or liability whatever against City, or bind City in any manner. No employee benefits shall be available to the Nonprofit in connection with the performance of this Agreement. Except for the fees paid to the Nonprofit as provided in the Agreement, City shall not pay salaries, wages, or other compensation to the Nonprofit for performing services hereunder for City. City shall not be liable for compensation or indemnification to the Nonprofit for injury or sickness arising out of performing services hereunder. 16. ENTIRE AGREEMENT This Agreement contains the entire understanding between the parties relating to the obligations of the parties described in this Agreement. All prior or contemporaneous agreements, understandings, representations and statements, oral or written, are merged into this Agreement and shall be of no further force or effect. Each party is entering into this Agreement based solely upon the representations set forth herein and upon each party's own independent investigation of any and all facts such party deems material. 17. AUTHORITY TO EXECUTE THIS AGREEMENT The person or persons executing this Agreement on behalf of the Nonprofit warrants and represents that he or she has the authority to execute this Agreement on behalf of the Nonprofit and has the authority to bind the Nonprofit to the performance of its obligations hereunder. The City Manager is authorized to enter into an amendment on behalf of the City to make the following non -substantive modifications to the agreement: (a) name changes; (b) extension of time; (c) non -monetary changes in scope of work; (d) agreement termination. 5 12/28/2017 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. CITY OF TEMECULA TEMECULA EDUCATION FOUNDATION (Two Signatures of corporate officers required unless corporate documents authorize only one person to sign the agreement on behalf of the corporation.) By: By: Matt Rahn, Mayor Mark Katan, Executive Director ATTEST: By: Randi Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney NONPROFIT BY: Th ' Morris Myers, Board Mgfjiber 6 Temecula Education Foundation Attn: Mark Katan 31350 Rancho Vista Road Temecula, CA 92592 Markk8ten@aol.com PM Initials: Date: L 12/28/2017 EXHIBIT "A" CITY OF TEMECULA SPONSORSHIP BENEFITS CO-SPONSOR Temecula Education Foundation shall provide the following benefits and services for the citizens of the City of Temecula: • City of Temecula logo/name on advertisements • City of Temecula name on all press releases • City of Temecula logo/name on event poster • City of Temecula logo/name on event flyers • City of Temecula logo/name on event t -shirt (if applicable) • 10 Taste of Temecula glasses **Press Releases will be distributed to all local media, however, publication cannot be guaranteed. Press Releases can also be provided to all sponsors for distribution to their clients, agents, employees, etc. 7 12/28/2017 EXHIBIT "B" IN-KIND SERVICES ESTIMATED VALUE OF CITY SUPPORT SERVICES AND COSTS Based on the input from City departments we received estimated cost projections for the Taste of Temecula Valley event. The following expenses can be anticipated for the event: Fire: $ 845.00 Public Works: $ 500.00 Community Services: $ 2,480.00 TOTAL: $ 3,825.00 ESTIMATED VALUE OF PROMOTIONAL SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE CITY OF TEMECULA The estimated value for in-kind promotional assistance provided by The City of Temecula for the Taste of Temecula Valley is as follows: Item Value Auto Mall Marque Appears approximately once every 4 1/2 minutes Cable Channel Event slide appears approximately once per hour for 30 seconds City Website Event listing on the City of Temecula's event calendar Promotional Poster 42X66 poster displayed in the concourse at the Civic Center $ 3,115.00 $ 5,100.00 $ 2,200.00 $ 1,000.00 TOTAL VALUE: $ 11,415.00 8 12/28/2017 ACORO? CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE DATE (MM/DD/YYYY) 02/06/2018 THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AFFIRMATIVELY OR NEGATIVELY AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. THIS CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CONTRACT BETWEEN THE ISSUING INSURER(S), AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OR PRODUCER, AND THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. IMPORTANT: If the certificate holder is an ADDITIONAL INSURED, the policy(ies) must have ADDITIONAL INSURED provisions or be endorsed. If SUBROGATION IS WAIVED, subject to the terms and conditions of the policy, certain policies may require an endorsement. A statement on this certificate does not confer rights to the certificate holder in lieu of such endorsement(s). PRODUCER Stonehouse Insurance Services 27315 Jefferson Ave Ste J215 Temecula, CA 92590 License #: OK07203 INSURED Temecula Education Foundation, Inc. 30520 Rancho California Rd Suite 107-152 Temecula, CA 92591 CONTACT NAMEJoshua T. Emerson PHONE e ne.Esfl (951)760-9429 FAX Nat (951)900-6020 EMAIL ADDRESS: ! posh stonehouseins.com / INSURER(S) AFFORDING COVERAGE NAIC k INSURER A Philadephia Indernnjty_ns.yrance Company 18058 INSURER INSURER C INSURER D INSURER E INSURER F COVERAGES CERTIFICATE NUMBER - 00000000 -11099 REVISION NUMBER: 11 THIS INDICATED. CERTIFICATE EXCLUSIONS INSR LTR IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE I URANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. ITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE PAID CLAIMS. POLICY EXP LIMITS W (murnnm') PERIOD WHICH THIS TERMS, ADOLSUB TYPE OF INSURANCE !NW POLICY NUMBER POLICY EFF (MMIOD/VYYV) A X COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY Y .‘,/(1' PHPK1631765 05/14/2017 05/14/201 EACs oc(URRENCE _ $ 1,000A00 CLAIMS -MADE X I OCCUR DAMAGE TO RENTED PREMISES (Fa uccunrma.r $ 1,000,000 ■ MED EXP (Any one person)S 5,000 _ ini _ PERSONAL 8 ADV INJURY $ 1,000,000 GENT. AGGREGATE LIMIT APPLIES PER: GENERAL AGGREGATE $ 2,000,000 __X. POLICY 1_.. -i JELOC PRODUCTS COMP'OP AGG S 2,000,000 OTHER' $ A AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY Y PHPK1322183 05/14/2017 05/14/2018 a aeEeIISINGLE LIMIT $ 1,000,000_ ANY AUTO BODILY INJURY (Per person) $ 1,000.000 OWNED SCHEDULED AUTOS ONLY AUTOS BODILY INJURY (Per accident) S 1,00Q 000 , HIRED ibtr aacr denIUAMAGE S 1.000 000 AUTOS ONLY . _X.. AUUTOS ONLYY I $ UMBRELLA LIAR OCCUR EACH OCCURRENCE S _ EXCESS LLAB CLAIMS -MADE AGGREGATE s DEO RETENTIONS S WORKERS COMPENSATION i PER OTH- STATUTE ER AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY E L EACH ACCIDENT 8 ANY PROPRIETOR/PARTNER/EXECUTIVE OFFICER/MEMBER EXCLUDED, (Mandatory In NH) N / A C L DISEASE - EA EMPLOYEE S If yes, describe under DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS below E L DISEASE - POLICY LIMIT S DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS / LOCATIONS / VEHICLES (ACORD 101, Additional marks Schedule, may be attached If more space is required) This policy details the coverages of the general Iiabili policy for the Temecula Education Foundation. The City of Temecula, Temecula Community Services District, Successor gency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, Officers, Employees and Volunteers are all named as additional insureds is certificate does not confirm coverage for the day of any events, but confirms that the non profit TEF has general liablity coverage i ace, and plan on tended ncyan event policy for the Taste of Temecula. CZ C /7A-"' CERTIFICATE HOLDER CANCELLATION The City of Temecula, Temecula Community Se istrict, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redeveloprn nt Agency, Officers, Employees and Volunteers. Attn: Finan a Department 41000 Main St. Temecula, CA 92589-9033 SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, NOTICE WILL BE DELIVERED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE POLICY PROVISIONS. AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE � ,`'rf(JTE) ACORD 25 (2016/03) ©1988-2015 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved. The ACORD name and logo are registered marks of ACORD Printed by JTE on February 06, 2018 at 09:38AM Dawn Adamiak From: markk8ten Sent: Saturday, May 20, 2017 9:48 AM To: Dawn Adamiak Subject: TOTV workers compensation Dawn, thank you for looking into this the Temecula Education Foundation is an all volunteer organization. We currently have no employees so we don't have work compensation insurance. Please let me know if you need anything else. I do so enjoy working with you. Mark Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone 1 Item No. 8 Approvals City Attorney Director of Finance City Manager CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Luke Watson, Director of Community Development DATE: February 27, 2018 SUBJECT: Approve the First Amendment to the Exclusive Negotiating Agreement with Stephen A. Bieri Company, Inc., for the Potential Disposition of City -owned Property Located at the Northwest Corner of Diaz Road and Dendy Parkway (APN: 909-370-049 & 909-370-050) PREPARED BY: Lynn Kelly -Lehner, Principal Management Analyst RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approve the First Amendment to the Exclusive Negotiating Agreement (ENA) with Stephen A. Bieri Company, Inc., for the potential purchase of the City -owned Diaz Road property (APN: 909-370-049 & 909-370-050). BACKGROUND: On June 27, 2017, the City Council entered into an Exclusive Negotiating Agreement (ENA) with the Stephen A. Bieri Company for the potential purchase of the City -owned property at the corner of Diaz Road and Dendy Parkway (Subject Property). The property was acquired by the City of Temecula in 1992. For several years, the former Temecula Redevelopment Agency and City have pursued projects on the property however; no prospective buyers were successful at acquiring necessary financing to complete development. On May 11, 2017, the City received a letter of interest from Stephen A. Bieri Company, Inc., (Bieri) outlining their interest in purchasing the Subject Property. This first amendment of the ENA includes an additional six-month extension and three thirty (30) day administrative extensions. Although there is a two-day window between the expiration of the initial negotiation period and the extension of the term outlined in the agreement, the first amendment to the ENA is effective on the last day of the initial term. The goal of the ENA is to negotiate the specific terms of the sale including purchase price, detailed plan for the proposed development, conditions that must be satisfied for the City to close the transaction, and timeline for completion. The City will conduct an appraisal to determine current market value. FISCAL IMPACT: If the sale or lease of the Subject Property is completed, all proceeds of the sale or lease will be required to be deposited in the City's Affordable Housing Fund for future allocation to affordable housing development. ATTACHMENTS: First Amendment to the Exclusive Negotiating Agreement FIRST AMENDMENT TO THE EXCLUSIVE NEGOTIATING AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF TEMECULA AND STEPHEN A. BIER' COMPANY, INC. This FIRST AMENDMENT TO THE EXCLUSIVE NEGOTIATING AGREEMENT (this "ENA") is dated as of February 27, 2018, and is entered into by and between the CITY OF TEMECULA, a municipal corporation (the "City") and The Stephen A. Bieri Company, Inc., a California Corporation (the "Purchaser"). RECITALS 1. This First Amendment is made with respect to the following facts and purposes, which the parties hereto agree to be true and correct: A. On June 27, 2017, the parties entered into that certain "Exclusive Negotiating Agreement" ("ENA"). B. The purpose of the ENA is set forth, among other things, the terms pursuant to which the City will negotiate with the Purchaser on an exclusive basis for a limited period regarding the Project and the development of the Site. C. The parties have been working diligently to move the Project forward. D. The parties now desire to extend the term of the ENA until August 27, 2018 in order to accomplish the purposes of the ENA as provided in Section 1 of the Agreement. 2. Extension of Term of Agreement. Section 1 of the ENA is hereby amended to read as follows: "The term of this Agreement shall remain in effect until August 27, 2018 ('Initial Negotiation Period"). If an Agreement has not been signed and approved within the Initial Negotiation Period, and the Purchaser is using good faith efforts to negotiate diligently as determined by the City Manager, then the Initial Negotiation Period may be extended in writing by the City Manager for up to three periods of thirty (30) days each to enable the Purchaser and the City to 1) determine whether each desires to enter into an Agreement; 2) hold any public hearings required by laws and take the action necessary to authorize the City to approve the Agreement; and 3) sign the Agreement. The Initial Negotiation Period, as so extended, is hereinafter referred to as the 'ENA Period." 3. No Other Changes. Except as otherwise provided in this First Amendment, all other terms and conditions of the Agreement remain in full force and effect. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this ENA as of the day and year first written above. PURCHASER: The Stephen A. Bieri Company, Inc., a California corporation By: Stephen A. Bieri President CITY: CITY OF TEMECULA, a municipal corporation By: Matt Rahn Mayor ATTEST: Randi Johl, MMC, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney Item No. 9 Approvals City Attorney Director of Finance City Manager CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Patrick Thomas, Director of Public Works/City Engineer DATE: February 27, 2018 SUBJECT: Approve the First Amendment to the Agreement with Terry Witcher DBA Witcher Electric for Maintenance Services PREPARED BY: Stacy Fox, Parks and Landscape Maintenance Supervisor RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approve the First Amendment to the Agreement with Terry Witcher DBA Witcher Electric, in the amount of $70,000, for a total agreement amount of $100,000, for additional various on-call and emergency electrical services. BACKGROUND: On April 17, 2017, the City Manager approved the agreement with Witcher Electric in the amount of $30,000. The scope of work includes: on-site electrical repairs, electrical remodeling of existing buildings, and installation of new equipment, equipment hook-up, general electrical maintenance and as needed emergency call -outs. Generally, needed electrical services are requested from the contractor by Service Requests through the Public Works department. The contractor then submits a cost proposal for each service request, and when approved, funds are allocated from the corresponding operating budget line item to complete the requested service. This fiscal year, the Public Works department has seen an increase in the requested services and repairs related to this agreement. We respectfully request an increase, for fiscal year 2017- 2018, to the agreement in the amount of $70,000 for a total agreement amount of $100,000. Increasing the agreement to this amount will allow Public Works staff to continue the proper maintenance of the city's infrastructure. FISCAL IMPACT: Operating Budget. Adequate funds are available in the FY 2017-2018 Annual ATTACHMENTS: First Amendment FIRST AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT BETWEEN CITY OF TEMECULA AND TERRY WITCHER DBA WITCHER ELECTRIC FOR MAINTENANCE SERVICES THIS FIRST AMENDMENT is made and entered into as of February 27, 2018 by and between the City of Temecula , a municipal corporation (hereinafter referred to as "City"), and Terry Witcher, DBA Witcher Electric, a Sole Proprietor (hereinafter referred to as "Contractor"). In consideration of the mutual covenants and conditions set forth herein, the parties agree as follows: 1. This Amendment is made with the respect to the following facts and purposes: a. On April 17, 2017, the City and Contractor entered into that certain Agreement entitled "Agreement for Maintenance Services," in the amount of $30,000. b. The parties now desire to increase the payment in the amount of $70,000, and to amend the Agreement as set forth in this Amendment. 2. 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 Seventy Thousand Dollars ($70,000), for additional Maintenance Services for a total Agreement amount of One Hundred Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($100,000). 3. Except for the changes specifically set forth herein, all other terms and conditions of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect. 12/28/2017 IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be executed the day and year first above written. CITY OF TEMECULA By: Terry Witcher, DBA Witcher Electric (Two Signatures of corporate officers required unless corporate documents authorize only one person to sign the agreement on behalf of the corporation.) By: / -t�- Matt Rahn, Mayor Terry Witcher, Owner ATTEST: Bv: Randi Johl, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: By: Peter M. Thorson, City Attorney CONTRACTOR Witcher Electric Contact Person: Terry Witcher 29300 Annandale Rd. Menifee, CA 92586 Phone Number: 951.303.0855 2 PM Initials: Date: 12/28/2017 Phone: (951)302-4106 -, AC RD CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE DATE (MMIDDIYYYV) 08/14/2017 THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AFFIRMATIVELY OR NEGATIVELY AMEND, EXTEND OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES BELOW. THIS CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE A CONTRACT BETWEEN THE ISSUING INSURER(S), AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OR PRODUCER, AND THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. IMPORTANT: If the certificate holder is an ADDITIONAL INSURED, the policy(les) must have ADDITIONAL INSURED provisions or be endorsed. If SUBROGATION IS WAIVED, subject to the terms and conditions of the policy, certain policies may require an endorsement. A statement on this certificate does not confer rights to the certificate holder in lieu of such endorsement(s). PRODUCER CONTNAME: ACT Ryan Haar Steven P Hagar Insurance Services PHONE FAX 951 898-3411 NC. N0, Ext (951)677-3631 (A/C. No): \ ) 41891 Kalmia St Suite B Murrieta, CA 92562 , •I"AIL an ha arinsurance.com ADOREsS: ry e 08/01(2018 NAIC Y INSURERS) AFFORDING COVERAGE License #: 0700596 INSURER A: Developers Surety and Indemnity Company, / (,��%SG� INSURED INSURER B: Mercury Insurance Company 2/' 38342 WITCHER ELECTRIC INSURER C: Wesco Insurance Company J_asj// ___/,. TERRY WITCHER INSURER D: $ 5 000 40405 Avenida Trebolo INSURERS: Temecula, CA 92592-8314 INSURER F: REVISION NUMBER: 18 THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD INDICATED NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENT, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS INSR LTR TYPE OF INSURANCE ADDL INSD SUER WVD POLICY NUMBER POLICY EFF POLICY EXP (MMIDDM•YV) JMMIDDIYYYYI LIMITS A X COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY Y BIS00028690-01 08/01/2017 08/01(2018 EACH OCCURRENCE $ 1,000,000 8 100,000 NTED PREM SES (FR oNrcy__ J) CLAIMS -MADE X OCCUR MED EXP (Any one person) $ 5 000 PERSONAL & ADV INJURY s 1,000,000 $ 2,000,000 D' ✓ � GENERAL AGGREGATE GVEN'L I AGGREGATE LIMIT APPLIES PER: POUCV I I PRO- E LOC JECT II OTHER. PRODUCTS-COMP/OP AGO 1 2,000,000 $ B AUTOMOBILE — _ LIABILITY ANY AUTO OWNEDSCHEDULED AUTOS ONLY HIRED AUTOS ONLY A AUTOS NON -OWNED AUTOS ONLY BA040000035307 08/03/2017 V 08/03/2018 COMBINED SINGLE LIMIT (EaacGdenj) : 1,000,000r/' $ BODILY INJURY (Par person) / BODILY INJURY (Per accident) $ PROPERTY DAMAGE (Per accident) $ $ UMBRELLA LIAB EXCESS LIAB OCCUR CLAIMS -MADE EACH OCCURRENCE $ AGGREGATE $ $ DFD RETENTIONS C WORKERS COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY ANY PROPRIETOR/PARTNER/EXECUTIVE Y / N OFFICER/MEMBER EXCLUDED? ❑ (Mandatory In NH) I1 yes, describe under DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS below N / A WWC3220612 08/20/2016 08/20/2017 X PEATUTE ER E.L. EACH ACCIDENT $ 1,000,000 / Y E.L. DISEASE - EA EMPLOYEE $ 1,000,000 E.L. DISEASE -POLICY LIMIT S 1,000,000 C ty of Temecula DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS 1 LOCATIONS/VEHICLES (ACORD 101, Additional Remarks Schedule, may be attached If more space Is required) Ten (10) days notice of cancellation for non-payment only. AUG 1 4 2017 The City of Temecula, Successor Agency to the Temecula Redevelopment Agency, and the Temecula Community Services District, their officers, officials employees and volunteer are named as additonal insured on General and Auto Policies. PURCHASING CERTIFICATE HOLDER CANCELLATION City of Temecula Attn: Finance Department 41000 main st. Temecula, CA 92589-9033 SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE r41-\-\ri THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, NOTICE WILL BE DELIVERED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE POLICY PROVISIONS. AUTHORIZED R NTATIV (RMH) © 1988-2015 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved. The ACORD name and logo are registered marks of ACORD Printed by RMH on August 14, 2017 at 02:13PM ACORD 25 (2016/03) WORKERS COMPENSATION AND EMPLOYERS LIABILITY INSURANCE POLICY Ncci Code: 26135 I. Insured: Witcher, Terrence (An Individual) DBA: Witcher Electric 40405 Avenida Trebolo Temecula, CA 92592 Other workplaces not shown above: See Extension of Information Page Producer: BUILDERS & TRADESMEN'S INSURANCE INC. BTIS 6610 SIERRA COLLEGE BLVD, Suite E ROCKLIN, CA 95677-0000 Wesco Insurance Company A Stock Insurance Company ) E©EBYTe 11 OCT 31 2017 PURCI iASIN�4-1L ' A50/ / /4--W liter Rd, Suite C er, DE 19904 Policy Number: X Individual Corporation or Federal Tax ID: Risk ID: SERVICES, Renewal of: 71809057 Cia/3///q_ 01 311�� WC990001 C INFORMATION PAGE WWC3292762 Partnership WWC3220612 2. The policy period is from 8/20/2017 to 8/20/2018 12:01 a.m. at the insured's mailing address. 3. A. Workers Compensation Insurance: Part One of the policy applies to the Workers Compensation Law of the states listed here: California B. Employers Liability Insurance: Part Two of the policy applies to work in each stated listed in item 3.A. The limits of our liability under Part Two are: State Bodily Injury by Accident Bodily Injury by Disease Bodily Injury by Disease $ 1,000,000 each accident $1,000,000 policy limit $1,000,000 each employee C. Other States Insurance: Part Three of the policy applies to the states, if any, listed here: All states except ND, OH, WA, WY and State(s) Designated in Item 3A. D. This policy includes these endorsements and schedules: See Extension of Information Page 4. The premium for this policy will be determined by our Manuals of Rules, Classifications, Rates and Rating Plans. All information required below is subject to verification and change by audit. See Extension of Information Page TOTAL ESTIMATED ANNUAL PREMIUM STATE ASSESSMENT TOTAL ESTIMATED COST Minimum Premium Deposit Premium Issue Date: 6/27/2017 Countersigned By: Servicing/Issuing Office: Cleveland Authorized Representative 2,315 71 2,386 500 298 TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT CONSENT Item No. 10 ACTION MINUTES February 13, 2018 City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT MEETING The Temecula Community Services District meeting convened at 7:22 PM CALL TO ORDER: President Jeff Comerchero ROLL CALL: DIRECTORS: Edwards, Naggar, Rahn, Stewart, Comerchero CSD PUBLIC COMMENTS The following individual addressed the Directors on a non -agenda item: • Ms. Miller CSD CONSENT CALENDAR 10 Approve the Action Minutes of January 23, 2018 - Approved Staff Recommendation (5-0); Motion by Edwards, Second by Stewart; and electronic vote reflected approval by Edwards, Naggar, Rahn, Stewart and Comerchero. RECOMMENDATION: 10.1 That the Board of Directors approve the action minutes of January 23, 2018. 11 Approve the First Amendment to the Agreement with BAS Security, Inc. for Additional Security Services for City Events, Programs, and Facility Rentals - Approved Staff Recommendation (5-0); Motion by Edwards, Second by Stewart; and electronic vote reflected approval by Edwards, Naggar, Rahn, Stewart and Comerchero. RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Directors approve the First Amendment to the Agreement with BAS Security, Inc. in the amount of $18,000, for additional security services for City Events, Programs, and Facility Rentals. CSD DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY SERVICES REPORT CSD GENERAL MANAGER REPORT CSD BOARD OF DIRECTORS REPORTS CSD Action Minutes 021318 CSD ADJOURNMENT At 7:29 PM, the Community Services District meeting was formally adjourned to Tuesday, February 27, 2018, at 5:30 PM for a Closed Session, with a regular session commencing at 7:00 PM, City Council Chambers, 41000 Main Street, Temecula, California. Jeff Comerchero, President ATTEST: Randi Johl, Secretary [SEAL] CSD Action Minutes 021318 2 JOINT CITY COUNCIL/ TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT CONSENT Item No. 11 Approvals City Attorney Director of Finance J/k-- City Manager CITY OF TEMECULA / TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT AGENDA REPORT TO: City Council / Board of Directors FROM: Aaron Adams, City Manager / Executive Director DATE: February 27, 2018 SUBJECT: Approve Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Budget Adjustments PREPARED BY: Jennifer Hennessy, Finance Director RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council/TCSD Board of Directors adopt the following resolutions entitled: 1. RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, AMENDING THE FISCAL YEAR 2017-18 ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET, AND THE BUDGET AND FISCAL POLICIES 2. RESOLUTION NO. CSD 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT AMENDING THE FISCAL YEAR 2017-18 ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET 3. RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FISCAL YEARS 2018-22 AND AMENDING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2017- 18 FOR THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT BACKGROUND: In accordance with Budget Policy II.B.- Interim Reporting, City staff conducted a comprehensive Mid -Year review of its Annual Operating Budget. The purpose of the review is to analyze revenue and expenditure trends to identify variances from the Adopted Budget and ensure that the City maintains a healthy fiscal position. The Mid -Year Budget includes a review of all City funds. The requested adjustments are summarized in the attached exhibits and discussed in further detail below. ITEMS OF SIGNIFICANCE: Pension Rate Stabilization Program In December 2016, the CaIPERS Board of Directors voted to implement a reduction in the rate of expected return on their pension investment pool. The rate is projected to decrease from 7.5% to 7.0% by Fiscal Year 2019-20, resulting in significant increases in employer contribution rates. To better understand the impacts of the CaIPERS decision, the City engaged John Bartel, President of Bartel Associates, LLC, to conduct an actuarial analysis and provide recommendations to mitigate the anticipated cost escalation. Mr. Bartel modeled the City's pension costs over the next 30 years, and determined that the City's employer contribution rate is projected to increase from 26% currently to 39% by Fiscal Year 2029-30, increasing the City's annual pension payment from $3.7 million to $7.7 million. S9,000,000 58,000,000 $7,000,000 56,000,000 $5,000,000 54,000,000 53,000,000 $2,000,000 $1,000,000 $0 $4M Increase Annual Pension Contribution (as projected by Bartel Associates) Rate = 26% $3,708, illlllll Rate = 3996 $7,727,108 y' y' ti y� "4ti t'' ;Lh L1 'L°' �1 y^� '?ti 3� "), Ati ¢'' 9 p1 poi ti° tiff ° N ti° p' „es) ati op ago o� �I, i"V J1 J�° i14 J�� i�°° r1° i1° 11° ,l° (1° J1° J�° �'l° �1° \ ice° F F F F F F F ((Al' F ( 1 F F F F F F <<"7' ( F Mr. Bartel provided the City with a number of options to address the rising costs, including the establishment of an Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 115 Irrevocable Trust, to be used to pay future pension liabilities. The benefits of a Section 115 Trust include (1) the ability to earn a greater rate of return than the City is able to due to the restrictions placed on city investment options, (2) funds are protected and can only be used for pension payments, and (3) the City retains control over the Trust proceeds and investment flexibility. To date, the most widely adopted Section 115 Trust program is administered by Public Agency Retirement Services (PARS), with over 100 public agencies. Staff is recommending the City join the PARS Pension Rate Stabilization Program, and establish a Section 115 Trust. City funds would be held in a separate Trust, not comingled with other agencies. To initially fund the Trust, Staff recommends utilizing a combination of one-time revenues received as a result of the end of the State's Triple Flip funding mechanism, for which the City received $4 million, plus an additional $4 million in unassigned fund balance within the General Fund which has accumulated over time due to ongoing vacant positions in both the Police department and various City departments. Ongoing funding recommendations, presented as a new Budget and Fiscal Policy, include the deposit of the annual employer contribution of 26% of payroll, a portion of any year-end Budget surplus within the General Fund and ongoing budget appropriations as approved by Council during subsequent Annual Operating Budget processes. Assuming an annual rate of return of 4.0% (the PARS Trust 10 -year average has been 5.0%) on the contribution levels noted above, it is anticipated that the City would be able to budget a 26% employer rate each year, for the next 21 years, and rely on the Trust proceeds to fund the difference between 26% and the rate charged by CaIPERS, until such time as the rate returns to the 26% level. TCSD Project Employee Conversion Community Services relies on Project staff for the majority of its staffing—not only for the seasonal roles such as Day Camp Counselors and Lifeguards that would typically utilize project staff, but for its year- round, core operations. TCSD currently has 144 active project employees with an average tenure of 2.5 years. The Department has 11 project employees with over 10 years of service and 22 employees with over five years. This has created significant operational vulnerability for the Department, including: • Utilization of individual Project employees as de facto permanent staff, working and being tasked with ongoing responsibilities which would normally be assigned to an authorized staff member, • Difficulty recruiting and retaining qualified staff due to low hours and job responsibilities disproportionate to compensation package, • Negative impacts due to high turnover/understaffing including inefficiencies resulting from redundant recruitments, use of Regular staff time to backfill vacancies, increased overtime, and over -burdening remaining staff. To remedy this situation, Staff is proposing to convert 11 Project positions into full-time/benefitted positions within TCSD, as outlined on the Schedule of Authorized Positions. The Fiscal Year 2017-18 impact of this conversion is estimated at $68k, with an annual impact of approximately $273k, to be funded with Measure S and Measure C revenues. GENERAL FUND: FY2017-18 Revenues: Adjustments to General Fund revenue include a net decrease of $4,056, bringing Fiscal Year 2017-18 Total Revenue to $76,570,893. Below is a list of the larger adjustments to General Fund Revenue, based on recent information and trends in the actual data for each revenue source. Taxes and Franchises – increase of $87,698, due primarily to an increase of $185,713 in Transient Occupancy Tax to reflect higher occupancy and rates than originally anticipated, offset by a decrease of $114,837 in Franchise Fees due to fewer cable subscribers than in previous years. Licenses, Permits and Service Charges – decrease of $54,045, due primarily to a $94,179 reduction to Land Development revenue, offset by a $57,560 increase in Planning revenue. Reimbursements– decrease of $200,000, due to a high number of staff vacancies within the CIP Administration department, resulting in less reimbursements from Capital Project funding sources. Operating Transfers In – increase of $126,543, to reflect a partial repayment of a loan made from the General Fund to the Development Impact Fee – Fire Fund for the remodel of Station No. 73 of $132,682, offset by a reduction in the Gas Tax Transfer of $6,139. The largest revenue source for the General Fund is Sales Tax, contributing 50% of Total Revenue. To date, the City has only received the July -September 2017 actual results for Sales Tax, which fell short of budget projections due primarily to a payment anomaly in a Targe corporation. Due to the lag time in receiving Sales Tax information from the State, the City will not receive its next update on Sales Tax until March. Staff is not recommending a Sales Tax adjustment at this time, and will revisit the projection once the next quarter's actual returns are received. If an adjustment is warranted at that time, Staff will bring forward to the Council in April 2018. FY2017-18 Expenditures: General Fund Mid -Year Operating Expenditure requests reflect a net reduction of $29,009, bringing Fiscal Year 2017-18 Operating Budget to $74,316,752. General Fund Operating Transfers Out/One-Time Payments — increase of $7,459,912, to reflect initial seed funding of $8 million in to the newly proposed Pension Stabilization Rate Program, offset by the reduction of $540,088 in Streetlight Acquisition Financing under which the first payment would be due in June 2019, causing a deferral of this line item to the FY2018-19 Annual Operating Budget. Mid -Year Requested Adjustments include the following: - Insurance Internal Service Fund (ISF) Allocation — an appropriation of $131,492 allocated across all General Fund departments, because of a requested increase in Insurance Claims and Litigation expenditure budget. Requested adjustments, excluding the aforementioned ISF Allocation, include the following: City Attorney — an appropriation of $200,000 for anticipated legal expenditures. Building & Safety — a reduction of $352,000 in Temporary Help, as the need for dedicated inspectors for development projects did not materialize as anticipated. Planning — an appropriation of $129,566 in consulting services to assist with long range planning efforts related to short-term rentals. To partially offset this request, a reduction of $70,566 in Other Outside Services is requested. Public Works — the net impact of all Public Works' requests is a reduction of $96,000: o Land Development Division — an appropriation of $21,000; including $11,000 for Overtime wages, due to increased development activity, and $10,000 for Consulting Services to complete environmental compliance reviews. o Street Maintenance Division — a reduction of $117,000; including a transfer of $100,000 in Property Maintenance to a newly established division within TCSD for Responsible Compassion Maintenance, related to the clean-up of homeless encampments, in order to consolidate the costs of homelessness within the Responsible Compassion division, and a reduction of $17,000 in Salaries & Wages to account for savings from vacant positions. o Traffic Division — a reduction of $77,500 in Salaries & Wages to account for savings from vacant positions, used to offset appropriation requests within other Public Works' divisions. o NPDES Compliance — an appropriation of $30,000 due to the cost of the Best Management Practices (BMP) design manual, business inspections and the treatment control of BMP inventory. o Parks Maintenance — an appropriation of $47,500; including $22,500 for additional landscape maintenance, and $25,000 for janitorial, pest control and splash pad maintenance. - Human Resources — an appropriation of $25,000 for increased legal expenditures. - Emergency Management — an appropriation of $3,500 for the acquisition of video wall monitors for the Emergency Operations Center located in the Civic Center. General Fund Reserves: The Revised FY2017-18 Revenues over Expenditures amount is $2,254,141. Total Ending Fund Balance is projected to be $25,812,190 with both the Reserve for Economic Uncertainty and the Secondary Reserve fully funded at $14,863,350 and $3,715,838, respectively. An additional $2,056,670 of Fund Balance is committed to fund future Capital Improvement Projects and other liabilities of the General Fund, leaving a balance of $5,176,333 as Unassigned Fund Balance. While held in a separate Trust Fund, an additional $8 million is restricted to the payment of CaIPERS pension liabilities, providing the City added fiscal protection, similar to the General Fund reserves. MEASURE S FUND: Measure S Revenue is derived from the one -cent transactions and use tax, approved by Temecula voters in November 2016. This tax became effective April 1, 2017. Initial projections for this new revenue source were estimated to be $23 million per year. To date, the City has received six months of Measure S tax, which have exceeded expectations. The City's tax consultants have advised that the first six to nine months of the new tax may not be representative of a trend, as some businesses experience delays in collecting the new tax. For this reason, staff recommends maintaining the $23 million projection for revenue and revisiting the projection in the March/April timeframe, after the receipt of one more quarter of payments. Measure S Operating Transfers Out reflect a reduction of $100,000, due to the deferral of the Information Systems Network Security Audit project, which is now scheduled to occur in Fiscal Year 2018-19. An increase in the Transfer Out to the Library fund reflects the annual costs associated with the replacement of 76 patron computers requested to be purchased in Fiscal Year 2017-18. SPECIAL REVENUE & DEBT SERVICE FUNDS: The City maintains 12 separate Special Revenue Funds. Activities in these funds are legally required to be accounted for in separate and distinct funds. In accordance with the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (SB1 Beall), a separate fund is required to be established to account for the receipt of revenue from the Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account (RMRA). Per Section 8 of the attached Resolution, Fund 102 - RMRA is requested to be established as a new Special Revenue Fund. The Mid -Year adjustment reflects the reallocation of RMRA funds from the Gas Tax Fund to the newly established RMRA Fund. Below is a summary of the Mid -Year requests for each Special Revenue Fund. Special Revenue Funds Fund 100: Gas Tax Fund 102: Road Maintenance Rehabilitation Account (RMRA) Fund 120: Development Impact Fees Fund 125: Public, Education & Government (PEG) Fees Fund 135: Business Incubator Resource Fund 140: Community Development Block Grant Fund 145: Temecula Energy Efficiency Asset Management Fund 150: AB 2766 Motor Vehicle Subvention Fund 160: Supplemental Law Enforcement Services Fund 161: Temecula Major Crimes Reward Fund 165: Affordable Housing Fund 170: Measure A Total Special Revenue Funds Beginning Balance 7/1/17 FY17-18 Current Revenues Mid -Year Adjustment FY17-18 Revised Revenues FY17-18 Current Exp/Transfers Mid -Year Adjustment FY17-18 Revised Exp/Transfers Ending Balance 6/30/18 0 3,041,384 (635,081) 2,406,303 3,041,384 (635,081) 2,406,303 0 0 0 633,191 633,191 0 616,222 616,222 16,969 4,336,042 5,937,968 60,000 5,997,968 10,224,933 0 10,224,933 109,077 309,909 298,351 (50,487) 247,864 268,400 0 268,400 289,374 130,635 0 00 130,635 0 130,635 (0) 0 1,367,707 0 1,367,707 1,367,707 0 1,367,707 0 197,697 2,000 0 2,000 50,000 0 50,000 149,697 136,167 144,785 0 144,785 268,170 0 268,170 12,782 (0) 171,000 0 171,000 171,000 0 171,000 (0) 25,662 300 0 300 0 0 0 25,962 10,811,804 500,631 0 500,631 436,071 0 436,071 10,876,364 6,251,531 2,993,681 167,154 3,160,835 8,541,503 0 8,541,503 870,863 22,199,447 14,457,807 174,777 14,632,584 24,499,803 (18,859) 24,480,944 12,351,088 INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS: The City has seven Internal Service Funds, used to account for services provided internally between departments. Below is a summary of the Mid -Year requests for each Internal Service Fund. Internal Service Funds Fund 300: Insurance Fund 305: Workers' Compensation Fund 310: Vehicles and Equipment Fund 320: Information Technology Fund 325: Technology Replacement Fund 330: Support Services Fund 340: Facilities Total Internal Servke Funds Beginning Balance 7/1/17 FY17-18 Current Revenues Mid -Year Adjustment FY17-18 Revised Revenues FY17.18 Current Exp/Transfers Mid -Year Adjustment FY17-18 Revised Exp/Transfers Ending Balance 6/30/18 305,197 800,235 175,300 975,535 800,633 175,300 975,933 304,799 930,497 665,444 0 665,444 306,317 0 306,317 1,289,624 1,930,758 792,751 0 792,751 129,775 0 129,775 2,593,734 306,811 3,447,271 (100,000) 3,347,271 3,690,638 (100,000) 3,590,638 63,444 1,278,467 262,056 0 262,056 262,056 4,000 266,056 1,274,467 467,128 418,184 0 418,184 415,185 2,600 417,785 467,527 497,453 1,438,471 0 1,438,471 1,441,263 0 1,441,263 494,661 5,716,311 7,824,412 75,300 7,899,712 7,045,867 81,900 7,127,767 6,488,256 The Mid -Year Adjustment in the Insurance Fund relates to higher than anticipated legal and claims expenditures. The reduction of $100,000 in the Information Technology Fund reflects the deferral of the Network Security Audit to FY2018-19. TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT The Temecula Community Services District (TCSD) provides for a comprehensive neighborhood and community park system, as well as a complement of recreational and cultural programs, community and human services and special events. TCSD also provides street lighting, median and slope maintenance, refuse hauling and recycling, emergency dirt road maintenance, library services, and public art. Fiscal Year 2018-19 Mid -Year adjustments are summarized in the table below. Temecula Community Services District (TCSD) Fund 190: Citywide Operations Fund 192: Service Level B - Street Lighting Funds 501-530: Service Level C - Landscape/Slope Maintenanc Fund 194: Service Level D - Refuse and Recycling Fund 195: Service Level R - Road Maintenance Fund 196: Service Level L - Harveston Lake Park Maintenance Fund 197: Library Fund 198: Public Art Total Temecula Community Services District Beginning Balance 7/1/17 FY17-18 Current Revenues Mid -Year Adjustment FY17-18 Revised Revenues FY17-18 Current Exp/Transfers Mid -Year Adjustment FY17-18 Revised Exp/Transfers Ending Balance 6/30/18 1,138,708 9,932,978 52,754 9,985,732 10,146,586 126,536 10,273,122 851,318 169,049 1,001,635 0 1,001,635 984,711 0 984,711 185,973 1,440,506 1,594,666 0 1,594,666 1,469,447 0 1,469,447 1,565,725 428,536 7,703,410 0 7,703,410 7,924,709 0 7,924,709 207,237 23,411 5,732 0 5,732 9,850 0 9,850 19,293 384,354 246,375 0 246,375 251,678 0 251,678 379,051 244,830 843,059 44,000 887,059 870,394 5,200 875,594 256,295 68,605 64,497 0 64,497 7,200 30,300 37,500 95,602 3,897,998 21,392,352 96,754 21,489,106 21,664,575 162,036 21,826,611 3,560,492 Mid -Year revenue adjustments in the Citywide Operations Fund reflects increased revenue in the Theater division, as well as the addition of a potential reimbursement from the Flood Control District for homeless encampment cleanup efforts on Flood Control property within the City. The Mid -Year expenditure increase reflects the transfer of $100,000 from Public Works to the Responsible Compassion division for costs related to homeless encampment cleanup efforts, as well as the costs related to the transition of 11 Project employees to Full-Time/Benefitted employees. An adjustment in the Public Art Fund of $30,300, reflects the re -appropriation of funding for the Founders' Square project at the Civic Center. CAPITAL OUTLAY A number of changes to Capital Outlay purchases are requested as follows: • $60,000 for two new Police motorcycles - offset by Police salary savings incurred to date • $50,000 increase for Chambers Video Upgrades - offset by the deferral of $50,000 Media Services Vehicle, funded with Public, Education, and Government (PEG) fees. • ($100,000) reduction of the Network Security Audit - deferred to FY2018-19 • ($120,000) reduction for the Upgrade to Microsoft Office 365, which was paid from the Information Technology licensing agreement rather than from Capital Outlay funds. • $220,000 increase for the replacement of 76 patron computers at the Library - to be funded by a transfer from the Measure S Fund. • $13,000 increase for a replacement of the copier in the Finance Department, due to frequent breakdowns of this heavily used machine. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM The Fiscal Years 2018-22 Capital Improvement Program includes the Emergency Operations Center Improvements project, with $28,000 in funding programmed for Fiscal Year 2018-19. A total of $14,000 of funding is programmed from the Development Impact Fee -Corporate Facilities Fund and another $14,000 is programmed from the Emergency Management Performance Grant. The project is scheduled to begin prior to July, requiring the acceleration of the funding from both funding sources from Fiscal Year 2018-19 to Fiscal Year 2017-18. No other changes in project scope or funding sources is requested. BUDGET AND FISCAL POLICIES To establish the Pension Rate Stabilization Policy, a new section is recommended to be added to the Budget and Fiscal Policies. Section XII. Pension Rate Stabilization Policy outlines the establishment of an Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 115 Irrevocable Trust as well as the proposed mechanism to contribute funding to the Trust once established. The new Policy recommends an initial deposit of $8 million in seed funding be set aside into the Trust in the current fiscal year, in order to maximize interest earnings. Effective Fiscal Year 2018-19 and every year thereafter until amended by Council, it is recommended that, at a minimum, an amount equal to 26% of Total Salaries be deposited into the Trust in July for the ensuing fiscal year to serve as the base annual employer contribution toward pension costs. Additionally, 30% of any year-end surplus (excess amount over the budgeted General Fund Revenues over Expenditures calculation), up to a maximum of $2 million, may be set aside into the Trust. Finally, additional Trust contributions may be programmed through the Annual Operating Budget process, as approved by Council. Annual CaIPERS employer contribution payments are to be made from Trust proceeds, which are restricted for pension payments made to CaIPERS, and cannot be used for other purposes. SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS The Schedule of Authorize Positions reflects the addition of 11 Full-Time/Benefitted positions within the Temecula Community Services District, as a result of the conversion of Project positions noted previously in the "TCSD Project Employee Conversion" section of this report. FISCAL IMPACT: The Fiscal impact of each fund is noted in the attached Exhibits. ATTACHMENTS: 1. CC Resolution — Mid -Year Budget Amendments Exhibit A — General & Measure S Fund Mid -Year Budgets Exhibit B — Special Revenue Funds Mid -Year Budget Exhibit C — Internal Service Funds Mid -Year Budget Exhibit D — Capital Outlay & Technology Requests Exhibit E — Budget and Fiscal Policies Exhibit F — Schedule of Authorized Positions 1. CSD Resolution Mid -Year Budget Amendments Exhibit A — TCSD Mid -Year Budget 2. CC Resolution Capital Improvement Program Amendment Exhibit 1 — CIP (Mid -Year Adjustments) RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA, AMENDING THE FISCAL YEAR 2017-18 ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET, AND THE BUDGET AND FISCAL POLICIES THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The purpose of this review is to conduct an analysis of revenues and expenditures to ensure that the City maintains a prudent and healthy fiscal position. Section 2. That each year a mid -year review is conducted of City operating budgets. Section 3. That the mid -year review has been completed and the recommended adjustments are reflected in the attached schedules for the City's General Fund, Special Revenue, and Internal Services Funds. Section 4. That the Fiscal Year 2017-18 General Fund and Measure S Fund Annual Operating Budgets are hereby amended in accordance with the attached Exhibit A, General Fund Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Budget. Section 5. That the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Special Revenue Funds Annual Operating Budgets are hereby amended in accordance with the attached Exhibit B — Special Revenue Funds Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Budget. Section 6. That the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Internal Services Funds Annual Operating Budgets are hereby amended in accordance with the attached Exhibit C, Internal Services Funds Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Budget. Section 7. That the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Capital Outlay and Technology Requests are hereby amended in accordance with the attached Exhibit D, Capital Outlay and Technology Requests. Section 8. That the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Budget and Fiscal Policies are hereby amended in accordance with the attached Exhibit E, Budget and Fiscal Policies. Section 9. That the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Schedule of Authorized Positions is hereby amended in accordance with the attached Exhibit F, Schedule of Authorized Positions. Section 10. That Fund 102: RMRA Fund be established to account for activities related to the Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account, in accordance with the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (SB1 Beall). Section 11. The City Clerk shall certify adoption of the resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 27th day of February, 2018. 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. 18- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 27th day of February, 2018, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk EXHIBIT A -- Q City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments Fund: 001 GENERAL FUND 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Description Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Prior Year Contractual Obligations 539,783 - - 539,783 0.0% Revenues by Category Taxes and Franchises 51,878,446 53,726,417 22,352,720 87,698 53,814,115 0.2% Licenses, Permits and Service Charges 4,621,130 4,237,340 2,013,954 (54,045) 4,183,295 -1.3% Fines and Forfeitures 776,425 726,079 279,693 7,046 733,125 1.0% Use of Money and Property (61,657) 220,109 33,349 (30,760) 189,349 -14.0% Intergovernmental Revenues 7,492,126 7,771,348 - 41,228 7,812,576 0.5% Reimbursements 2,246,042 2,702,551 535,872 (200,000) 2,502,551 -7.4% Operating Transfers In 3,494,434 6,508,257 2,013,995 126,543 6,634,800 1.9% Miscellaneous Revenue 208,064 143,065 98,482 18,234 161,299 12.7% Total Operating Revenues 70,655,010 76,574,949 27,328,065 (4,056) 76,570,893 -0.01% Expenditures by Department City Council 383,706 447,738 125,754 5,722 453,460 1.3% Community Support 81,508 125,000 69,250 125,000 0.0% City Manager 1,335,952 1,460,650 616,258 5,115 1,465,765 0.4% Economic Development 1,002,016 1,450,205 561,028 5,310 1,455,515 0.4% Emergency Management 121,884 130,086 56,313 4,072 134,158 3.1% City Clerk 1,150,767 1,272,510 452,328 6,866 1,279,376 0.5% City Attorney 739,277 565,000 410,789 200,000 765,000 35.4% Finance 2,217,687 2,498,652 1,021,983 15,289 2,513,941 0.6% Human Resources 735,177 948,742 346,701 31,123 979,865 3.3% Planning 1,794,849 2,511,974 851,325 69,632 2,581,606 2.8% Building & Safety 2,254,730 2,921,938 1,028,790 (335,590) 2,586,348 -11.5% Land Development 1,439,427 1,842,804 729,989 32,250 1,875,054 1.8% Public Works 5,254,933 5,945,311 1,786,026 (141,841) 5,803,470 -2.4% CIP Admin 1,796,099 2,301,464 803,443 11,616 2,313,080 0.5% Parks Maintenance 3,381,030 3,731,790 1,687,171 55,362 3,787,152 1.5% Police 26,644,728 33,731,145 12,464,139 435 33,731,580 0.0% Fire 5,436,554 8,106,538 1,556,735 5,630 8,112,168 0.1% Animal Control 462,864 461,770 297,553 - 461,770 0.0% Non Departmental: Property Tax Admin 78,293 82,208 - 82,208 0.0% Recreation Funding 4,273,307 - - - 0.0% Service Level B Funding 331,396 - 0.0% Library Funding 549,542 - - - 0.0% Audi Reimbursement - 289,640 - 289,640 0.0% Retiree Medical Contribution 1,554,383 3,329,927 333,714 - 3,329,927 0.0% PERs Replacement Benefit 82,548 90,670 - 90,670 0.0% Separation CAL Payout - 100,000 100,000 0.0% Classification Plan Stipend (Non -GF) 250,000 - - - 0.0% 2011 Financing Lease - 2001 & 2008 COPs 2,139,975 0.0% Total Operating Expenditures 65,492,633 74,345,761 25,199,289 (29,009) 74,316,752 Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 5,162,377 2,229,188 2,128,776 24,953 2,254,141 0.0% Fund Description The General Fund is the main operating fund for the City of Temecula. It is used to account for all financial resources for the City that are not restricted to a special purpose and otherwise required to be accounted for in another fund. The General fund provides the resources necessary to sustain the day-to-day activities and pays for all administrative and operating expenditures. 2/20/2018 Q City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments Fund: 001 GENERAL FUND Description 2/20/2018 Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) 5,162,377 2,229,188 2,128,776 24,953 2,254,141 1.1% Operating Transfers Out / One Time Payments Pavement Management Program (250,000) City and Parks Facility Rehabilitation (295,000) - - Land Acquisition (1,450,000) - - Workers' Compensation Capital Improvement Fund (1,676,018) - - Intern Fellowship Program Fund - - 2011 Financing Lease (Civic Center) - (2,135,231) (1,066,594) Streetlight Acquistion Financing - (540,088) - 540,088 Section 115 Pension Trust - - - (8,000,000) Business Incubator Fund (2,135,231) (8,000,000) 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% -100.0% 0.0% 0.0% Total Transfers Out / One Time Payments (3,671,018) (2,675,319) (1,066,594) (7,459,912) (10,135,231) 278.8% Fund Balance, Beginning of Year Fund Balance, End of Year Detail of Fund Balance Nonspendable: Inventory Prepaid Costs Deposits Committed To: Contractual Obligations Economic Uncertainty Reserve (20%) Secondary Reserve (5%) Pechanga IGA Assigned To: Capital Projects Unassigned: 32,201,921 33,693,280 33,693,280 33,693,280 0.0% 33,693,280 33,247,149 34,755,462 (7,434,959) 25,812,190 -22.4% 3,058 3,058 1,325 1,325 13,098,527 14,869,152 3,274,632 3,717,288 332,647 359,259 1,693,028 16, 983,092 12, 604,039 33,693,280 33,247,149 3,058 0.0% -100.0% 1,325 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% (5,802) 14,863,350 0.0% (1,450) 3,715,838 0.0% 359,259 0.0% 1,693,028 0.0% 5,176,333 -58.9% (7,252) 25,812,190 -22.4% 111111 `' FUND: 002 MEASURE S FUND Description 2/20/2018 City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Source Taxes and Franchises Sales Tax 6,046,646 23,000,000 10,947,009 - 23,000,000 0.0% Use of Money and Property Investment Interest 829 8,193 - 0.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources 6,047,474 23,000,000 10,955,202 - 23,000,000 0.0% Expenditures by Category Operating Transfers Out - General Fund 1,236,114 4,994,180 1,248,545 - 4,994,180 0.0% Operating Transfers Out - Vehicle Replacement - 650,000 162,500 - 650,000 0.0% Operating Transfers Out - Information Technology 200,000 330,251 48,750 (100,000) 230,251 -30.3% Operating Transfers Out - IT Equipment Replacement 25,000 - - - 0.0% Operating Transfers Out - TCSD 5,341,503 1,433,004 5,341,503 0.0% Operating Transfers Out - Service Level B 360,251 200,305 - 360,251 0.0% Operating Transfers Out - Library 726,734 181,684 44,000 770,734 6.1% Operating Transfers Out - CIP 4,350,000 7,843,728 7,433,254 - 7,843,728 0.0% Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses 5,811,114 20,246,647 10,708,042 (56,000) 20,190,647 -0.3% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 236,360 2,753,353 247,160 56,000 2,809,353 2.0% Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 236,360 2,989,713 - 236,360 0.0% Fund Balance, End of Year 236,360 2,989,713 3,236,874 Fund Description 56,000 3,045,713 1.9% Measure S, approved by the voters on November 8, 2016, established a one -cent Transactions and Use Tax for the City. The measure was approved based on the commitment to maintain 9-1-1 emergency response times, prevent cuts to local paramedic/police/fire protection, school safety patrols, youth/after-school, senior and disabled services; improve freeway interchanges/reduce traffic and provide for other general services. It is estimated that this tax will generate approximately $23 million annually. EXHIBIT B City of Temecula C7:04. --;w4„; Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments FUND: 100 GAS TAX FUND Description Revenues by Source Taxes and Franchises Gas Tax Use of Money and Property Investment Interest Total Revenues and Other Sources 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) 2,092,123 3,040,884 1,169,107 (637,581) 2,403,303 -21.0% 1,434 500 1,751 2,500 3,000 500.0% 2,093,557 3,041,384 1,170,858 (635,081) 2,406,303 -20.9% Expenditures by Category Computer Software - - 0.0% Equipment 62,606 - - 0.0% Operating Transfers Out - General Fund 2,030,951 1,212,442 419,159 (6,139) 1,206,303 -0.5% Operating Transfers Out - CIP 1,828,942 341,187 (628,942) 1,200,000 -34.4% Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses 2,093,557 3,041,384 760,346 (635,081) 2,406,303 -20.9% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 0 - 410,512 0.0% 0 0 0 0.0% Fund Balance, End of Year 0 0 410,512 0 0.0% Fund Description This fund was established to account for the tax per gallon on the purchase of motor vehicle fuel imposed by the State of California. A portion is allocated to the City of Temecula as specified in the California Streets and Highways Code (SHC) (Sections 2013, 2105, 2107 and 2107.5). Gas Tax monies are restricted to the repair, maintenance and upkeep of City streets and roads, and the purchase of equipment used to maintain roads. 2/20/2018 FUND: 102 ROAD MAINTENANCE REHAB ACCOUNT (RMRA) FUND Description City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Source Taxes and Franchises Gas Tax - - - 633,191 633,191 100.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources 633,191 633,191 100.0% Expenditures by Category Operations and Maintenance - - - 0.0% Operating Transfer Out - - 616,222 616,222 0.0% Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses 616,222 616,222 0.0% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 16,969 16,969 0.0% Fund Balance, Beginning of Year - - 0.0% Fund Balance, End of Year - - 16,969 16,969 0.0% Fund Description This fund is to account for gasoline and vehicle taxes pursuant to the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 (SB1 Beall). Monies are collected by the State of California and allocated to local agencies for streets and roads projects and other transportation uses. 2/20/2018 FUND: 120 DEVELOPMENT IMPACT FEES FUND Description City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Source Taxes and Franchises Developer Participation 2,259,655 5,937,968 1,976,572 - 5,937,968 0.0% Investment Interest - 0.0% Use of Money and Property Investment Interest 57,187 33,084 60,000 60,000 100.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources 2,316,842 5,937,968 2,009,656 60,000 5,997,968 0.0% Expenditures by Category Operations and Maintenance 11,790 - 11,790 0.0% Operating Transfer Out - CIP 4,804,930 10,213,143 1,032,682 10,213,143 0.0% Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses 4,804,930 10,224,933 1,032,682 10,224,933 0.0% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures Fund Balance, Beginning of Year Adjustment to Fund Balance Fund Balance, End of Year (2,488,088) (4,286,965) 976,974 60,000 (4,226,965) 6,824,130 4,336,042 4,336,042 - 4,336,042 4,336,042 49,077 5,313,016 60,000 109,077 -1.4% 0.0% (0) Fund Description This fund accounts for the development impact fees received as a result of development activity within the City. The fees are primarily used to fund Capital Improvement Projects designed to mitigate the impacts of development projects. 2/20/2018 City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments FUND: 125 PUBLIC, EDUCATION & GOVERNMENT (PEG) FEES Description Revenues by Source Taxes and Franchises PEG Fees Use of Money and Property Investment Interest 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) 292,534 297,651 29,758 (51,787) 245,864 -17.4% 1,372 700 1,649 1,300 2,000 185.7% Total Revenues and Other Sources 293,906 298,351 31,407 (50,487) 247,864 -16.9% Expenditures by Category Operations and Maintenance 101,439 268,400 35,410 - 268,400 0.0% Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses 101,439 268,400 35,410 268,400 0.0% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 192,467 29,951 (4,003) (50,487) (20,536) -168.6% Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 117,442 309,909 309,909 309,909 0.0% Fund Balance, End of Year 309,909 339,861 305,906 (50,487) 289,374 -14.9% Fund Description This fund was established to account for Public Education and Government (PEG) fees. Fees received from local cable operators for the sole purpose of supporting the access facilities and activities within the City. 2/20/2018 FUND: 135 BUSINESS INCUBATOR RESOURCE FUND Description City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Source Use of Money and Property Investment Interest 546 - - - 0.0% Reimbursement 5,519 - - - - 0.0% Rental Income 26,223 - 0.0% Operating Transfers In General Fund 295,045 - 0.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources 327,333 0.0% Expenditures by Category Personnel 83,418 0 Operations and Maintenance 26,241 - 0 Facilities 131,637 0 Operating Transfer Out - General Fund 130,635 130,635 Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 130,635 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 241,296 130,635 130,635 130,635 0.0% 86,037 (130,635) (130,635) (130,635) 0.0% 44,598 130,635 130,635 - 130,635 0.0% Fund Balance, End of Year 130,635 (0) (0) - (0) 0.0% Fund Description This fund was established to account for all activity at the City of Temecula Entrepreneur's Exchange Business Incubator (TVE2). The Business Incubator offers affordable, flexible and scalable space for startup businesses to network, collaborate and grow their business. Beginning in Fiscal Year 2017-18, this activity has been transferred to the Economic Development Department. 2/20/2018 City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments FUND: 140 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) FUND 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Description Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Source Intergovernmental Revenues Community Development Block Grant Total Revenues and Other Sources 433,026 1,367,707 363,622 1,367,707 0.0% 433,026 1,367,707 363,622 1,367,707 0.0% Expenditures by Category Personnel 103,137 104,593 46,137 104,593 0.0% Operations and Maintenance 108,816 124,233 48,079 - 124,233 0.0% Operating Transfers Out - CIP 221,073 1,138,881 269,406 1,138,881 0.0% Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses 433,026 1,367,707 363,622 1,367,707 0.0% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 0.0% 0.0% Fund Balance, End of Year - - - - 0.0% Fund Description This fund was established to account for grants received from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The grants are used for the redevelopment of a viable community by providing decent housing, a suitable living environment, and for expanding opportunities, principally for persons of low and moderate income. 2/20/2018 1?� cie."••••••le46.- _ge City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments FUND: 145 TEMECULA ENERGY EFFICIENCY ASSET MANAGEMENT (TEEM) FUND 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Description Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Source Use of Money and Property Investment Interest 1,812 2,000 1,091 - 2,000 0.0% Reimbursements Energy Efficiency Rebates 4,471 0.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources Expenditures by Category Operating Transfers Out - CIP Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures Fund Balance, Beginning of Year Fund Balance, End of Year 6,282 2,000 1,091 2,000 0.0% 40,000 50,000 - - 50,000 40,000 50,000 50,000 0.0% 0.0% (33,718) (48,000) 1,091 (48,000) 231,415 197,697 197,697 - 197,697 197,697 149,697 198,788 - 149,697 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Fund Description This fund was established to capture energy efficiency rebates and reimbursements as well as expenditure savings resulting from energy efficiency projects completed at various City facilities. Revenue collected in this fund will be utilized on future energy efficiency projects. 2/20/2018 FUND: 150 AB 2766 MOTOR VEHICLE SUBVENTION FUND Description Revenues by Source Intergovernmental Revenues AB2766 Motor Vehicle Subvention Revenues Use of Money and Property Investment Interest Total Revenues and Other Sources Expenditures by Category Operations and Maintenance Operating Transfers Out - CIP Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) 139,274 139,285 34,220 139,285 0.0% 1,291 5,500 485 - 5,500 0.0% 140,566 144,785 34,705 144,785 0.0% 29,455 10,000 10,000 10,000 0.0% 232,112 258,170 135,000 - 258,170 0.0% 261,567 268,170 145,000 268,170 0.0% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures (121,001) (123,385) (110,295) Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 257,168 Fund Balance, End of Year 136,167 Fund Description 136,167 136,167 12,782 25,872 (123,385) 0.0% 136,167 0.0% 12,782 0.0% This fund was established to account for State funds that are used to implement programs and projects that reduce air pollution from motor vehicles. This fund is used for Capital projects and the City's share of WRCOG's Clean Cities Coalition. Fiscal Years 2015-16 and 2016-17 included operational costs for the natural gas operated Harveston Trolley, which provides free transportation within the Temecula business district. For FY2017-18, this activity was transferred to the Economic Development Department. 2/20/2018 City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments FUND: 160 SUPPLEMENTAL LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES (SLESF) FUND Description Revenues by Source Intergovernmental Revenues SLESF Grant Revenue Use of Money and Property Investment Interest Total Revenues and Other Sources 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) 217,888 171,000 99,539 - 171,000 187 285 - 218,076 171,000 99,824 171,000 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Expenditures by Category Operating Transfers Out - General Fund 218,076 171,000 82,975 171,000 Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses 218,076 171,000 82,975 171,000 0.0% 0.0% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures (0) 16,849 - - Fund Balance, Beginning of Year (0) (0) - (0) 0.0% 0.0% Fund Balance, End of Year (0) (0) 16,849 - (0) 0.0% Fund Description This fund was established to account for the Supplemental Law Enforcement Services grant monies from the State of California which are provided to assist cities in delivering front line law enforcement services. These monies supplement existing services and may not be used to supplant any existing funding for law enforcement services provided by the City. 2/20/2018 11 FUND: 161 TEMECULA MAJOR CRIMES REWARD FUND Description Revenues by Source Use of Money and Property Investment Interest City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) 199 300 150 300 0.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources 199 300 150 300 0.0% Expenditures by Category Operations and Maintenance Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses 0.0% 0.0% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 199 300 150 - 300 0.0% Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 25,463 25,662 25,662 25,662 0.0% Fund Balance, End of Year 25,662 25,962 25,812 25,962 0.0% Fund Description This fund was established to account for a reward for information that leads to the capture and conviction of the person(s) responsible for the murder of Larry Robinson and Justin Triplett. The General Fund contributed $25,000 and the public can also contribute to this fund. The fund was established in accordance with Resolution Nos. 13-25 and 15-37. 2/20/2018 L City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments FUND: 165 AFFORDABLE HOUSING FUND Description 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Source Use of Money and Property Residual Receipt Distribution 49,630 25,973 49,630 0.0% Investment Interest 4,701 700 3,661 - 700 0.0% Loan Interest 2,701 4,301 1,040 - 4,301 0.0% Reimbursements 162 - - 0.0% Rental Income 111,528 196,000 196,000 0.0% Forgivable Loan Repayment 48,550 679 - 0.0% Intergovernmental Revenues Agency Trust Contributions 250,000 250,000 - 250,000 0.0% Reimbursements Miscellaneous Non Taxable 75 - 0.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources 417,717 500,631 31,354 500,631 0.0% Expenditures by Category Personnel 168,787 179,325 87,796 179,325 0.0% Operations and Maintenance 47,223 222,269 28,259 - 222,269 0.0% Insurance 6,130 5,355 3,788 - 5,355 0.0% Information Technology 16,838 18,008 8,952 - 18,008 0.0% Support Services 280 2,109 127 - 2,109 0.0% Facilities 8,660 9,005 4,150 - 9,005 0.0% Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses 247,918 436,071 133,072 436,071 0.0% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 169,799 64,560 (101,718) - 64,560 0.0% Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 10,642,005 10,811,804 10,811,804 - 10,811,804 0.0% Fund Balance, End of Year 10,811,804 10,876,364 10,710,086 - 10,876,364 0.0% Detail of Fund Balance Nonspendable: Land Held for Resale Notes and Loans Advances to Successor Agency Restricted For: Community Development Projects 4,400,388 4,400,388 4,400,388 345,817 345,817 345,817 5,250,954 5,250,954 5,250,954 814,645 879,205 712,927 10, 811, 804 10,876,364 10, 710, 086 4,400,388 345,817 5,250,954 879,205 10,876,364 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Fund Description The Affordable Housing fund contains the assets as well as loan and rental income which have been transferred to the City of Temecula from the former Redevelopment Agency . 2/20/2018 11 City of Temecula �- Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments FUND: 170 MEASURE A FUND Description Revenues by Source Use of Money and Property Investment Interest Reimbursements Miscellaneous Intergovernmental Revenues Measure A Revenue Total Revenues and Other Sources Expenditures by Category Operations and Maintenance Operating Transfers Out - CIP Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures Fund Balance, Beginning of Year Fund Balance, End of Year 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) 43,170 50,000 24,522 50,000 0.0% 35,483 35,483 35,483 0.0% 2,890,482 2,943,681 1,305,111 131,671 3,075,352 4.5% 2,933,652 2,993,681 1,365,116 167,154 3,160,835 5.6% 899,828 2,064,256 466,937 - 2,064,256 0.0% 910,000 6,477,247 3,610,000 - 6,477,247 0.0% 1,809,828 8,541,503 4,076,937 8,541,503 0.0% 1,123,824 (5,547,822) (2,711,821) 167,154 (5,380,668) -3.0% 5,127,707 6,251,531 6,251,531 6,251,531 0.0% 6,251,531 703,709 3,539,710 167,154 870,863 23.8% Fund Description This fund was established to account for the City's allocation of the County of Riverside's additional one-half percent sales tax for transportation. These monies are restricted for use on local streets. In 2002, Measure A was extended by Riverside County voters. Measure A will continue to fund transportation improvements through 2039. 2/20/2018 FUND: 395 2011 FINANCING LEASE Description Revenues by Source Operating Transfers In General Fund Total Revenues and Other Sources Expenditures by Category Debt Service Interest Debt Service Principal Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) 2,139,975 2,135,231 1,066,594 2,139,975 2,135,231 1,066,594 2,135, 231 0.0% 2,135,231 0.0% 796,975 746,231 379,594 1,343,000 1,389,000 687,000 746,231 1,389,000 0.0% 0.0% 2,139,975 2,135,231 1,066,594 2,135,231 0.0% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 0 - (0) - 0.0% Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 0 0 0 0.0% Fund Balance, End of Year 0 0 0 0 0.0% Fund Description This fund was established to account for the payment of interest and principal of the refunding of the 2001 and 2008 Certificates of Participation (COPs). The 2001 COPs were originally issued to finance the construction of the Community Recreation Center and the 2008 COPs were originally issued to finance the construction of the Civic Center. 2/20/2018 EXHIBIT C Aft- ell c FUND: 300 INSURANCE FUND Description City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments Revenues by Source Licenses, Permits and Service Charges Charges For Services Use of Money and Property Investment Interest 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) 894,113 796,335 565,863 175,300 971,635 22.0% 2,435 3,900 1,250 3,900 0.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources 896,548 800,235 567,113 175,300 975,535 21.9% Expenses by Category Personnel 105,695 48,193 18,355 - 48,193 0.0% Operations and Maintenance 789,207 752,440 441,210 175,300 927,740 23.3% Total Expenses and Other Financing Uses 894,902 800,633 459,565 175,300 975,933 21.9% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenses 1,646 (398) 107,548 - (398) 0.0% Net Position, Beginning of Year 303,550 305,197 305,197 305,197 0.0% Net Position, End of Year 305,197 304,799 412,745 304,799 0.0% Fund Description The Insurance Fund was established to account for the City's liability and property insurance costs. Fund Balance is a combination of both spendable and non spendable assets. These costs are allocated to each department based on the total number of Full Time Equivalent positions assigned to those departments. The City has a Self -Insured Retention (SIR) of $150,000 per incident, and strives to maintain a fund balance equal to two times the SIR. 2/20/2018 L o - City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments FUND: 305 WORKERS' COMPENSATION FUND Description 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Source Licenses, Permits and Service Charges Charges for Services 635,533 664,444 290,566 - 664,444 0.0% Use of Money and Property Investment Interest 4,676 1,000 4,637 - 1,000 0.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources 640,209 665,444 295,203 665,444 0.0% Expenses by Category Personnel 100,928 49,643 100,928 0.0% Operations and Maintenance 129,981 205,389 62,845 205,389 0.0% Total Expenses and Other Financing Uses 129,981 306,317 112,488 306,317 0.0% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenses 510,228 359,127 182,715 359,127 0.0% Net Position, Beginning of Year 420,269 930,497 930,497 930,497 0.0% Net Position, End of Year 930,497 1,289,624 1,113,212 1,289,624 0.0% Fund Description The Workers' Compensation Fund was established in Fiscal Year 2014-15 as the City transitions to a self-insured status for Workers' Compensation liabilities. Departments are charged based on each position allocated on a Full Time Equivalent basis, with a cost assigned to each position based on job duties and potential for risk. The desired Net Position for this fund is $1.5 million, which represents three -times the City's Self -Insured Retention amount of $500,000. 2/20/2018 FUND: 310 VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT FUND Description City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Source Licenses, Permits and Service Charges Charges for Services 91,916 125,751 35,285 125,751 0.0% Use of Money and Property Investment Interest 12,071 17,000 8,979 - 17,000 0.0% Operating Transfers In Measure S 650,000 162,500 650,000 0.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources 103,987 792,751 206,764 792,751 0.0% Expenses by Category Operations and Maintenance 92,891 129,775 21,419 129,775 0.0% Total Expenses and Other Financing Uses 92,891 129,775 21,419 129,775 0.0% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenses 11,096 662,976 185,345 Net Position, Beginning of Year 1,919,663 1,930,758 1,930,758 662,976 0.0% 1,930,758 0.0% Net Position, End of Year 1,930,758 2,593,734 2,116,103 2,593,734 0.0% Fund Description The Vehicles and Equipment Fund was established to account for the depreciation of vehicles and capital equipment over their estimated useful lives, and to accumulate resources for the purchase of future replacement vehicles and equipment. Fund Balance is a combination of both spendable and non spendable assets. Departments are charged based on their percentage of assigned vehicles that carry a depreciable value. 2/20/2018 a City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments FUND: 320 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FUND Description 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Source Licenses, Permits and Service Charges Charges for Services 2,371,989 3,034,992 1,537,043 3,034,992 0.0% Use of Money and Property Investment Interest 1,341 5,000 2,227 - 5,000 0.0% Operating Transfers In General Fund 77,028 - 77,028 0.0% Measures 200,000 330,251 48,750 (100,000) 230,251 -30.3% Total Revenues and Other Sources 2,573,330 3,447,271 1,588,020 (100,000) 3,347,271 -2.9% Expenses by Category Personnel 1,337,846 1,815,900 825,477 1,815,900 0.0% Operations and Maintenance 1,034,705 1,874,738 754,414 (100,000) 1,774,738 -5.3% Total Expenses and Other Financing Uses 2,372,551 3,690,638 1,579,891 (100,000) 3,590,638 -2.7% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenses 200,779 (243,367) 8,129 (243,367) 0.0% Net Position/Fund Balance Beginning of Year 38,193 306,811 306,811 - 306,811 0.0% Adjustment to Net Position 67,838 - Fund Balance, End of Year 306,811 63,444 314,940 63,444 0.0% Fund Description The Information Technology Fund was established to fund and account for computer and telephone system operating and maintenance expenses. It is also used to depreciate all related computer and telephone equipment over their useful lives. Fund Balance is a combination of both spendable and non spendable assets. Adjustments are made to Net Position to include additional spendable resources available for expenditure. Departments are charged based on the number of workstations assigned. The Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library facility is charged directly for all IT expenditures and personnel costs related to the facility. 2/20/2018 FUND: 325 TECHNOLOGY REPLACEMENT FUND Description City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Source Licenses, Permits and Service Charges Charges for Services 238,857 261,056 131,191 261,056 0.0% Operating Transfer In Operating Transfer In 19,651 Measure S Fund 25,000 0.0% Use of Money and Property Investment Interest 3,781 1,000 3,000 1,000 0.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources 287,289 262,056 134,191 262,056 0.0% Expenses by Category Operations and Maintenance 236,771 262,056 86,865 4,000 266,056 1.5% Total Expenses and Other Financing Uses 236,771 262,056 86,865 4,000 266,056 1.5% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenses 50,518 47,326 (4,000) (4,000) 100.0% Net Position, Beginning of Year 1,227,949 1,278,467 1,278,467 1,278,467 0.0% Net Position, End of Year 1,278,467 1,278,467 1,325,793 (4,000) 1,274,467 -0.3% Fund Description The Technology Replacement Fund was established in Fiscal Year 2014-15 in order to accumulate resources for computer and telephone equipment and software to fund future equipment replacement. Fund Balance is a combination of both spendable and non spendable assets. Contributions to this fund are made by departments utilizing the assets in an amount equivalent to the estimated cost to replace the item at the end of its useful life. 2/20/2018 FUND: 330 SUPPORT SERVICES FUND Description Revenues by Source Licenses, Permits and Service Charges Charges for Services Use of Money and Property Investment Interest Total Revenues and Other Sources Expenses by Category Personnel Operations and Maintenance Total Expenses and Other Financing Uses Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenses City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) 352,771 413,184 3,356 5,000 356,127 418,184 188,462 237,449 161,471 177,736 165,158 2,445 167,603 101,675 55,775 2,600 413,184 0.0% 5,000 0.0% 418,184 0.0% 237,449 0.0% 180,336 1.5% 349,933 415,185 157,450 2,600 417,785 0.6% 6,194 2,999 10,153 (2,600) 399 -86.7% Net Position, Beginning of Year 460,934 Net Position, End of Year 467,128 467,128 467,128 0.0% 467,128 470,127 477,281 (2,600) 467,527 -0.6% Fund Description The Support Services Fund was established as a cost center for the City's central receptionist, duplicating, printing, and mailing activities. It is also used to depreciate all related copying and mailing equipment over their useful lives, and to accumulate resources for the purchase of future equipment. Fund Balance is a combination of both spendable and non spendable assets. Departments are charged based on a count of copies made in the previous fiscal year. 2/20/2018 FUND: 340 FACILITIES FUND Description City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Source Licenses, Permits and Service Charges Charges for Services 1,282,403 1,434,471 636,483 - 1,434,471 0.0% Use of Money and Property Investment Interest 3,446 4,000 2,425 - 4,000 0.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources 1,285,849 1,438,471 638,908 Expenses by Category Personnel Operations and Maintenance 1,438,471 0.0% 543,707 739,483 516,497 236,366 924,766 348,712 516,497 0.0% 924,766 0.0% Total Expenses and Other Financing Uses 1,283,190 1,441,263 585,078 Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenses 2,659 (2,792) 53,830 Net Position, Beginning of Year 494,794 497,453 497,453 1,441,263 0.0% (2,792) 0.0% 497,453 0.0% Net Position, End of Year 497,453 Fund Description 494,661 551,283 494,661 0.0% The Facilities Fund was established to account for the cost of the Civic Center, Former City Hall Facility, City Maintenance Facility, Field Operations Center, and Civic Center Parking Structure operations and maintenance. Fund Balance is a combination of both spendable and non spendable assets. Departments are charged based on square footage allotted as well as full time staff equivalents assigned. 2/20/2018 EXHIBIT D cr'effiker City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Budget Update Capital Outlay & Technology Requests Fund Dept Item Description Purchase Annual Useful Life Amount Costs (# of Yrs) Justification Funding Source General Fund $66,000 566,000 PEG Fund 125 199 Three PTZ Cameras $25,000 $25,000 expense Replace exisiting 2009 police motorcycle scheduled PD Budget 001 170 Police Motorcycle $33,000 533,000 expense to be taken out of service on 11/15/15 PEG Fund 125 199 Chambers Video Upgrade X3,000 X3,000 expense Replace exisiting 2009 police motorcycle scheduled PD Budget 001 170 Police Motorcycle $33,000 $33,000 expense to be taken out of service on 11/15/15 expense Camera to provide high angle coverage of special events. PEG Fund 125 199 Replacement Software for Agenda Management $50,000 Will initiate purchasing process in FY17-18, for PD Budget 001 170 Police Motorcycle (2) $60,000 $60,000 expense delivery in FY18-19. Offset with YTD Salary Savings $66,000 566,000 PEG Fund 125 199 Three PTZ Cameras $25,000 $25,000 expense Additional Pan Tilt Zoom cameras to film and broadcast remote events PEG Fund 125 199 AV Production Equipment $20,000 $20,000 expense Production Equipment PEG Fund 125 199 Chambers Video Upgrade X3,000 X3,000 expense Replacement of fixed Chamber video equipment (switcher, projector, scalers, etc). PEG Fund $163,000 $163,000 125 199 Special Event Camera $10,000 $10,000 expense Camera to provide high angle coverage of special events. PEG Fund 125 199 Replacement Software for Agenda Management $50,000 $50,000 expense SIRE software has reached its end of life PEG Fund 125 -99 Media Services Vehicle (PEG Compliant} $50,000 $ 000 Van, ramp, for Media Services PEC Fund p generator remote events $268,000 5268,000 Information Technology Fund 320 199 Class Registration System (Safari Re Replacement) p ) $55,000 $55,000 expense Replacement of TCSD's Class Registration software Measure 5 320 199 Enhance Records Transparency to Public 510,000 $10,000 expense Create Public Respository for most requested Public Records Measure 5 320 -99 PW - HEAVY DUTY TRUCK 550 (Replace Stencil Truck #03-090) $100,000 $100,000 expense Required to health City Veh/Equip Fund asset security and of Systems (Defer to FY2018-19) 320 199 Technology Training - Citywide $30,000 $30,000 expense Staff training required for Office 365 and other technology upgrades Measure 5 595,000 $95,000 Vehicles & Equipment Replacement Fund 310 199 Fire Dept - 4 inpsector vehicles $110,000 511,000 10 The current inspector vehicles are in need of several maintenance Measure 5 310 199 Fire Dept - Ladder Truck 51,300,000 $130,000 10 Purchase of a ladder truck to replace the current 2004 Ladder truck with 88,962 miles and is currently in fair condition. Measure S 310 199 PW - HEAVY DUTY TRUCK 550 (Replace Stencil Truck #03-090) $80,000 $8,000 10 Approved as part of FY15-16 AOB, not purchased yet due to staffing shortages. PW is requesting this purchase for FY17-18 Veh/Equip Fund 310 199 PW - UNIT 01-065 / F550 UTILITY TRUCK 5100,000 $10,000 10 Truck currently has 132,325 miles. This truck has major maintenance issues and is not a reliable. Im Veh/Equip Fund 310 199 PW - UNIT 01-067 / Boom Truck $130,000 $13,000 10 This truck has had mechanical issues with the lift. Replacement parts are now obsolete. Veh/Equip Fund Capital Outlay & Technology Requests City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Budget Update Fund Dept Item Description Purchase Annual Useful Life Amount Costs (# of Yrs) Justification Funding Source 310 199 PW - UNIT 97-037 / FORD WINDSTAR MINIVAN $35,000 55,000 7 This is a pool vehicle with 109,000 miles. It serves PW, TCSD, and other departments to commute to joint meetings, etc. Veh/Equip Fund 51,755,000 $177,000 Technology Replacement Fund 325 199 Public Wifi Refresh\Expansion $50,000 $10,000 5 Replace failing Civic Center Public Wifi and address issues with Old Town, and Offsites Tech Repl Fund 325 199 Replacement Scanners for City Clerk $35,000 $7,000 5 Four Desktop Fujitsu at or exceeding useful life and one 10 year old Context HD Tech Repl Fund 325 199 Computer Lifecycle Replacement $50,000 $10,000 5 Maintain PC Lifecycle Replacement at Civic Center and Offsites Tech Repl Fund 325 199 Conference Center Screens $30,000 $6,000 5 Replace projector screens in Conference Center. Tech Repl Fund 325 199 Field Staff Mobile Devices $25,000 $12,500 2 Replacement of existing equipment exceeding useful life Tech Repl Fund 325 199 Data Center Tape Library Backup Replacement $30,000 56,000 5 Replacement of existing equipment exceeding useful life Tech Repl Fund 325 199 Data Categorization Software and Metadata Creator $30,000 $10,000 3 Classification identifies sensitive information meeting City legal requirements Tech Repl Fund 5 .144 Upgrade to Microsoft Office 365 (fie) $4297044 $40,999 R Required to meet legal Public Records Retention, Tcc Fuad enhance cDiscovery and staff training needs 325 199 City Public Mobile App $16,000 $5,333 3 Provide Public enhanced ability to access information Tech Repl Fund 325 199 Library Patron Computer Replacement $220,000 $44,000 5 Replacement of patron computers at Library (originally budgeted as a Lease, but that option is not available) Tech Repl Fund 325 199 Enhance GIS Data Sets including Orthophotography, Building Footprints, 5100,000 $20,000 5 Meet EOC and Asset Management operational goals Tech Repl Fund $586,000 $130,833 Support Services Fund 330 199 High Speed black and white multi function copier $40,000 $8,000 5 Replace outdated copier #1 located in Central Services Support Svcs Fund 330 199 High speed multi function Color copier $30,000 $6,000 5 Replace outdated copier #2 located in Central Services Support Svcs Fund 330 199 Black and white multi function copier $21,000 $4,200 5 Replace outdated copier #3 located in Central Services Support Svcs Fund 330 199 Replacement Copier - Finance $13,000 $2,600 5 Replace copier located in Finance Office Support Svcs Fund $104,000 $20,800 Total Capital Outlay & Technology Requests $2,874,000 $757,633 Mid -Year Adjustments $186,000 $79,600 EXHIBIT E (g. City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Budget Update BUDGET AND FISCAL POLICIES XII. PENSION RATE STABILIZATION POLICY A. Establishment of an Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 115 Irrevocable Trust The City contracts with the California Public Employees Retirement System (CaIPERS) to provide pension benefits to its employees. The pension is funded with a combination of employer and employee contributions. To mitigate the volatility in the employer contribution rates, the City has established a Section 115 Trust to prefund its pension obligations. Assets from the Trust are restricted for the payment of pension obligations. B. Funding of an Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 115 Irrevocable Trust The primary benefit of a Section 115 Trust is the flexibility of investment options available to the Trust that cities are prohibited from utilizing. The broader investment options have the ability to generate higher yields and investment earnings, thereby increasing the assets held in trust. To establish the Section 115 Trust, a one-time contribution of $8 million will be deposited as seed funding during Fiscal Year 2017-18. Effective Fiscal Year 2018-19 and every year thereafter until amended by Council; 1. At a minimum, an amount equivalent to 26% of Total Payroll may be deposited into the Section 115 Trust in July for the ensuing fiscal year, so long as the City has adequate cash flow for operations. 2. Thirty percent (30%) of the Operating Budget Surplus within the General Fund may be deposited into the Section 115 Trust, up to a maximum contribution of $2 million per year. The Operating Budget Surplus is defined as the excess amount over the budgeted Revenue over Expenditures calculation. 3. Additional Trust contributions may be programmed through the Annual Operating Budget process each year, as approved by Council. Annual pension liability payments to CaIPERS shall be made from the proceeds of the Section 115 Trust, so long as adequate proceeds are available in the Section 115 Trust. Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Budget Update EXHIBIT F City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Budget Update SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS As of February 27, 2017 FY2017-18 Number of Positions Salary Schedule Bargaining Unit* Exempt/ Non - Exempt Monthly Salary Minimum Maximum CITY COUNCIL 5.0 600 800 N/A E Councilmember City Council Subtotal: 5.0 CITY MANAGER 1.0 12,476 17,628 Exec E Assistant City Manager City Manager 1.0 N/A 19,313 Contract E Executive Assistant (Y -Rate) 1.0 5,050 7,110 MCP E Senior Management Analyst (Y -Rate) 1.0 6.751 9.506 MCP E City Manager Subtotal: 4.0 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 1.0 3,822 5,381 MCP NE Administrative Assistant (Y -Rate) (Confidential) Management Analyst 1.0 5,523 7,804 MCP E Management Analyst (Y -Rate) 2.0 6.111 8,607 MCP E Economic Development Subtotal: 4.0 CITY CLERK 1.0 3,822 4,892 Rep NE Administrative Assistant (Y -Rate) City Clerk (Y -Rate) 1.0 9,058 12,753 Exec E Management Aide I 1.0 3,054 3,909 Rep NE Office Specialist II 1.0 3,208 4,107 Rep NE Records Manager 1.0 5,661 7,999 MCP E Records Technician 1.0 3,288 4,209 Rep NE City Clerk Subtotal: 6.0 HUMAN RESOURCES 1.0 7,428 10,495 MCP E Human Resources Manager Human Resources Technician I (Confidential) 1.0 4,315 6,096 MCP NE Management Analyst 1.0 5,523 7,804 MCP E Senior Office Specialist (Confidential) 1.0 3,541 5,004 MCP NE Human Resources Subtotal: 4.0 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 1 .0 7,541 10,618 MCP E Risk Manager (Y -Rate) Emergency Management Subtotal: 1.0 FINANCE 1.0 5,661 7,999 MCP NE Accountant 1 (Confidential) Accounting Assistant 1.0 4,007 5,129 Rep NE Accounting Assistant - Cashier 1.0 4,007 5,129 Rep NE Accounting Technician I 1.0 4,422 5,661 Rep NE Accounting Technician II 1.0 4,646 5,948 Rep NE Administrative Assistant (Y -Rate) 1.0 3,822 4,892 Rep NE Business License Technician 1.0 4,422 5,661 Rep NE Director of Finance 1.0 11,027 15,580 Exec E Fiscal Services Manager 2.0 7,428 10,495 MCP E Payroll Coordinator (Confidential) 1.0 4,422 6,249 MCP NE Purchasing Manager 1.0 6,249 8,829 MCP E ��i of Soon City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Budget Update SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS As of February 27, 2017 FY2017-18 Number of Positions Salary Schedule Bargaining Unit* Exempt/ Non - Exempt Monthly Salary Minimum Maximum Senior Management Analyst 1.0 6.096 8,614 MCP E Finance Subtotal: 13.0 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 0.5 3,720 4,762 Rep NE Administrative Assistant Assistant Director Information Technology/Support Svcs 1.0 8,829 12,476 MCP E Director of Information Technology/Support Svcs 1.0 10,239 14,468 Exec E Information Technology Administrator 2.0 7,247 10,239 MCP E Information Technology Supervisor 1.0 6,565 8,404 Rep NE IT Specialist I 1.0 5,129 6,565 Rep NE Senior IT Specialist 4.0 5,948 7,614 Rep NE Support Services Office Specialist ll - AM 0.6 3,208 4,107 Rep NE Office Specialist II - PM 0.6 3,208 4,107 Rep NE Support Services Supervisor 1.0 3,909 5,004 Rep NE Support Services Technician 0.5 3,208 4,107 Rep NE Information Technology Subtotal: 13.2 C City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Budget Update SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS As of February 27, 2017 FY2017-18 Number of Positions Salary Schedule Bargaining Unit* Exempt/ Non - Exempt Monthly Salary Minimum Maximum COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 1.0 3,822 4,892 Rep NE Administrative Assistant (Y -Rate) Director of Community Development 1.0 11,027 15,580 Exec E Principal Management Analyst 1.0 6,729 9,508 MCP E SARDA/CDBG/Service Level D Associate Planner II 1.0 6,249 7,999 Rep NE Planning Assistant Planner 1.0 5,129 6,565 Rep NE Associate Planner I 2.0 5,661 7,247 Rep NE Community Development Technician I 2.0 4,107 5,257 Rep NE Community Development Technician II 2.0 4,533 5,803 Rep NE Planning Technician 1.0 4,646 5,948 Rep NE Principal Planner 1.0 7,614 10,758 MCP E Senior Planner 1.0 6,898 9,746 MCP E Building and Safety/Code Enforcement Building Inspector II 3.0 5,803 7,428 Rep NE Building Official 1.0 9,276 13,107 MCP E Code Enforcement Officer I 1.0 4,315 5,523 Rep NE Code Enforcement Officer II 1.0 4,762 6,096 Rep NE Senior Building Inspector 1.0 6,405 8,199 Rep NE Senior Code Enforcement Officer 1.0 5,257 6,729 Rep NE Senior Community Devel. Svcs. Technician (Y -Rate) 1.0 5,081 6,504 Rep NE Senior Office Specialist 2.0 3,541 4,533 Rep NE Community Development Subtotal: 25.0 PUBLIC WORKS 1.0 3,822 4,892 Rep NE Administrative Assistant (Y -Rate) Director of Public Works 1.0 11,875 16,778 Exec E Senior Management Analyst (Y -Rate) 1.0 6,751 9,506 MCP E CIP Administration Associate Civil Engineer 2.0 7,428 9,508 Rep E Associate Engineer I 1.0 6,405 8,199 Rep E Associate Engineer II 1.0 7,070 9,050 Rep E Construction Manager 1.0 7,070 9,050 Rep E Principal Civil Engineer 1.0 9,276 13,107 MCP E Senior Civil Engineer 2.0 8,404 11,875 MCP E Senior Public Works Inspector 1.0 5,257 6,729 Rep NE Senior Public Works Inspector (Y -Rate) 1.0 5,585 7,150 Rep NE Land Development Assistant Engineer II 1.0 5,803 7,428 Rep NE Associate Civil Engineer 2.0 7,428 9,508 Rep E Associate Engineer II 2.0 7,070 9,050 Rep E Office Specialist I 1.0 3,054 3,909 Rep NE Principal Civil Engineer 1.0 9,276 13,107 MCP E Public Works Inspector I 1.0 4,315 5,523 Rep NE Senior Public Works Inspector 1.0 5,257 6,729 Rep NE Traffic Associate Engineer I 1.0 6,405 8,199 Rep E Associate Engineer II 1.0 7,070 9,050 Rep E City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Budget Update SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS As of February 27, 2017 FY2017-18 Number of Positions Salary Schedule Bargaining Unit" Exempt/ Non - Exempt Monthly Salary Minimum Maximum Senior Office Specialist 1 0 3,541 4,533 Rep NE Senior Signal Technician 2.0 6,249 7,999 Rep NE Maintenance (Streets, Facilities, Parks) Custodian I 1.0 2,506 3,208 Rep NE Custodian II (Y -Rate) 1.0 2,861 3,662 Rep NE Lead Maintenance Worker 6.0 4,422 5,661 Rep NE Lead Maintenance Worker- Facilities 2.0 4,762 6,096 Rep NE Maintenance Superintendent 2.0 6,898 9,746 MCP E Maintenance Supervisor 1.0 6,249 8,829 MCP E Maintenance Supervisor - Landscape 1.0 6,729 9,508 MCP E Maintenance Worker I 4.0 3,630 4,646 Rep NE Maintenance Worker I - Facilities 1.0 3,909 5,004 Rep NE Maintenance Worker II 4.0 4,007 5,129 Rep NE Maintenance Worker II - Facilities 1.0 4,315 5,523 Rep NE Management Assistant (Y -Rate) 1.0 4,868 6,234 Rep NE Office Specialist II 1.0 3,208 4,107 Rep NE Senior Landscape Inspector 1.0 5,523 7,070 Rep NE Senior Office Specialist 1.0 3,541 4,533 Rep NE Public Works Subtotal: 55.0 City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Budget Update SCHEDULE OF AUTHORIZED POSITIONS As of February 27, 2017 Total By Department City Council City Manager Economic Development City Clerk Emergency Management Human Resources Finance Information Technology Community Development Public Works Fire Communit Services Positions 5.0 4.0 4.0 6.0 1.0 4.0 13.0 13.2 25.0 55.0 4.0 34.0 Total of Authorized Positions: 168.2 Total of Authorized/Unfunded Positions: 2.0 * Baraainina Units: Rep = Represented, MCP = Management/Confidential, Exec = Executive ** Unfunded Positions include: (1) Office Specialist I (TCSD), and (1) Community Services Manager The two TCSD positions are associated with the former YMCA facility and will remain unfunded until the facility has been remediatedand is ready for operation. FY2017-18 Number of Positions Salary Schedule Bargaining Unit* Exempt/ Non - Exempt Monthly Salary Minimum Maximum FIRE 1.0 3,720 4,762 Rep NE Administrative Assistant Community Development Tech I - Fire 1.0 4,107 5,257 Rep NE Community Development Tech 11 - Fire 1.0 4,533 5,803 Rep NE Fire Inspector 1 1.0 6.096 7.804 Rep NE Fire Subtotal: 4.0 COMMUNITY SERVICES 1.0 4,533 5,803 Rep NE Aquatics Coordinator Community Services Assistant 1.0 3,288 4,209 Rep NE Community Services Coordinator I 2.0 4,209 5,388 Rep NE Community Services Manager ** 6.0 6,898 9,746 MCP E Community Services Superintendent 1.0 7,614 10,758 MCP E Community Services Supervisor I 2.0 4,882 6,249 Rep NE Community Services Supervisor II 2.0 5,129 6,565 Rep NE Director of Community Services 1.0 11,027 15,580 Exec E Management Aide III 2.0 3,720 4,762 Rep NE Management Aide II 4.0 3,371 4,315 Rep NE Management Aide I 1.0 3,054 4,007 Rep NE Management Analyst 1.0 5,523 7,804 MCP E Office Specialist I ** 1.0 3,054 3,909 Rep NE Office Specialist II 1.0 3,208 4,107 Rep NE Park Ranger II 2.0 4,315 5,523 Rep NE Park Ranger I 1.0 3,909 5,004 Rep NE Senior Administrative Assistant 1.0 4,107 5,257 Rep NE Senior Management Analyst (Y -Rate) 1.0 6,751 9,506 MCP E Senior Recreation Leader 1.0 2,766 3,541 Rep NE Theater Technical Assistant 3,288 4,209 Rep NE Theater Technical Coordinator II 1 0 4,422 5.661 Rep NE Community Services Subtotal: 34.0 Total By Department City Council City Manager Economic Development City Clerk Emergency Management Human Resources Finance Information Technology Community Development Public Works Fire Communit Services Positions 5.0 4.0 4.0 6.0 1.0 4.0 13.0 13.2 25.0 55.0 4.0 34.0 Total of Authorized Positions: 168.2 Total of Authorized/Unfunded Positions: 2.0 * Baraainina Units: Rep = Represented, MCP = Management/Confidential, Exec = Executive ** Unfunded Positions include: (1) Office Specialist I (TCSD), and (1) Community Services Manager The two TCSD positions are associated with the former YMCA facility and will remain unfunded until the facility has been remediatedand is ready for operation. Class Family / Title Level 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 Salary Steps 3.5 MCP Only 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 6.5 7.0 7.5. 8.0 ADMINISTRATIVE 4 29.13 29.86 30.61 31.37 32.16 32.96 33.79 34.63 35.49 36.38 37.29 38.10 39.05 40.02 41.02 Executive Assistant(Y-Rate) 5,049.61 5,176.34 5,305.82 5,438.03 5,574.32 5,713.34 5,856.45 6,002.29 6,152.19 6,306.21 6,464.31 6,603.33 6,768.23 6,937.25 7,110.34 60,595.32 62,116.08 63,669.84 65,256.36 66,891.84 68,560.08 70,277.40 72,027.48 73,826.28 75,674.52 77,571.72 79,239.96 81,218.76 83,247.00 85,324.08 4 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 Executive Assistant 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 4 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 Senior Administrative Assistant 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 3 22.05 22.60 23.16 23.75 24.34 24.95 25.57 26.21 26.86 27.53 28.22 28.83 29.55 30.29 31.04 Administrative Assistant (Y -Rate) 3,821.62 3,917.00 4,015.13 4,116.01 4,219.58 4,324.51 4,432.20 4,542.60 4,655.73 4,771.55 4,891.50 4,996.45 5,121.83 5,249.95 5,380.79 45,859.44 47,004.00 48,181.56 49,392.12 50,634.96 51,894.12 53,186.40 54,511.20 55,868.76 57,258.60 58,698.00 59,957.40 61,461.96 62,999.40 64,569.48 3 21.46 22.00 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 Administrative Assistant 3,720.45 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 44,645.38 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 2 20.43 20.94 21.46 22.00 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 Senior Office Specialist 3,541.18 3,629.71 3,720.45 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 42,494.11 43,556.47 44,645.38 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 18.51 18.97 19.45 19.93 20.43 20.94 21.46 22.00 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 Office Specialist 11 3,208.13 3,288.33 3,370.54 3,454.81 3,541.18 3,629.71 3,720.45 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 38,497.57 39,460.01 40,446.51 41,457.67 42,494.11 43,556.47 44,645.38 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 1 17.62 18.06 18.51 18.97 19.45 19.93 20.43 20.94 21.46 22.00 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 Office Specialist l 3,053.55 3,129.88 3,208.13 3,288.33 3,370.54 3,454.81 3,541.18 3,629.71 3,720.45 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 36,642.54 37,558.60 38,497.57 39,460.01 40,446.51 41,457.67 42,494.11 43,556.47 44,645.38 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 ANALYST 7 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 Principal Management Analyst 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 6 38.95 39.92 40.92 41.92 42.99 44.06 45.16 46.30 47.45 48.64 49.86 50.93 52.20 53.51 54.84 Senior Management Analyst (Y -Rate) 6,750.53 6,919.52 7,092.62 7,266.62 7,451.04 7,637.79 7,828.59 8,024.84 8,225.19 8,430.99 8,642.24 8,827.60 9,048.38 9,274.64 9,506.33 81,006.36 83,034.24 85,111.44 87,199.44 89,412.48 91,653.48 93,943.08 96,298.08 98,702.28 101,171.88 103,706.88 105,931.20 108,580.56 111,295.68 114,075.96 6 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 Senior Management Analyst 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 5 35.26 36.14 37.04 37.97 38.92 39.90 40.90 41.92 42.96 44.04 45.14 46.11 47.26 48.44 49.65 Management Analyst (Y -Rate) 6,111.32 6,263.96 6,420.69 6,581.51 6,746.44 6,915.42 7,088.53 7,265.71 7,446.97 7,633.69 7,824.50 7,992.14 8,192.50 8,396.91 8,606.80 73,335.84 75,167.52 77,048.28 78,978.12 80,957.28 82,985.04 85,062.36 87,188.52 89,363.64 91,604.28 93,894.00 95,905.68 98,310.00 100,762.92 103,281.60 5 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 Management Analyst 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 4 28.09 28.79 2931 30.25 31.00 31.78 32.58 33.39 34.23 35.08 35.97 Management Assistant (Y -Rate) 4,868.34 4,989.63 5,115.02 5,243.13 5,373.99 5,508.91 5,646.57 5,788.29 5,932.77 6,081.33 6,233.97 58,420.08 59,875.56 61,380.24 62,917.56 64,487.88 66,106.92 67,758.84 69,459.48 71,193.24 72,975.96 74,807.64 4 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 Management Assistant 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 3 21.46 22.00 2235 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 Management Aide 111 3,720.45 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 44,645.38 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 2 19.45 19.93 20.43 20.94 21.46 22.00 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 Management Aide 11 3,370.54 3,454.81 3,541.18 3,629.71 3,720.45 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 40,446.51 41,457.67 42,494.11 43,556.47 44,645.38 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 17.62 18.06 18.51 18.97 19.45 19.93 20.43 20.94 21.46 22.00 2235 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 Management Aide! 3,053.55 3,129.88 3,208.13 3,288.33 3,370.54 3,454.81 3,541.18 3,629.71 3,720.45 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 36,642.54 37,558.60 38,497.57 39,460.01 40,446.51 41,457.67 42,494.11 43,556.47 44,645.38 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 1 9.50 9.74 9.98 10.23 10.49 10.75 11.02 11.30 11.58 11.87 12.16 Intern 1,647.05 1,688.23 1,730.44 1,773.70 1,818.04 1,863.49 1,910.08 1,957.83 2,006.77 2,056.94 2,108.37 Salary Steps Class Family/Title Level 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 19,764.64 20,258.76 20,765.23 21,284.36 21,816.47 22,361.88 22,920.92 23,493.95 24,081.30 24,683.33 25,300.41 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 8 63.62 65.21 66.84 68.51 70.22 71.98 73.77 75.62 77.51 79.45 81.43 83.47 85.56 87.69 89.89 Director of Community Development 11,026.69 11,302.36 11,584.92 11,874.54 12,171.41 12,475.69 12,787.58 13,107.27 13,434.96 13,770.83 14,115.10 14,467.98 14,829.68 15,200.42 15,580.43 132,320.33 135,628.34 139,019.05 142,494.52 146,056.89 149,708.31 153,451.02 157,287.29 161, 219.47 165,249.96 169,381.21 173,615.74 177,956.13 182,405.04 186,965.16 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT- BUILDING & SAFETY 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 60.55 62.06 63.62 65.21 66.84 68.51 70.22 71.98 73.77 75.62 Building Official 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 10,495.37 10,757.75 11,026.69 11,302.36 11,584.92 11,874.54 12,171.41 12,475.69 12,787.58 13,107.27 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 122,872.58 125,944.40 129,093.01 132,320.33 135, 628.34 139,019.05 142,494.52 146,056.89 149, 708.31 153,451.02 157, 287.29 4 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 Field Supervisor - Building 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 4 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 Plan Checker 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 3 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 Senior Building Inspector 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 2 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 Building Inspector II 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 1 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 Building Inspector 1 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT- CODE ENFORCEMENT 4 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36,95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 Field Supervisor- Code Enforcement 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 3 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 Senior Code Enforcement Officer 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 2 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 Code Enforcement Officer II 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 1 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 2959 30.33 31.09 31.86 Code Enforcement Officer 1 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT- PLANNING 7 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 60.55 62.06 63.62 65.21 66.84 68.51 Planning Manager 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 10,495.37 10,757.75 11,026.69 11,302.36 11,584.92 11,874.54 100,847.25 103,368.43 105, 952.64 108,601.46 111, 316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 122,872.58 125,944.40 129,093.01 132, 320.33 135, 628.34 139,019.05 142,494.52 6 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 60.55 62.06 Principal Planner 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 10,495.37 10,757.75 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 122,872.58 125,944.40 129,093.01 5 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 56.23 Senior Planner 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 4 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 Associate Planner 11 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 3 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 Associate Planner l 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 2 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 Assistant Planner 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 1 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 Planning Technician 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 Class Family/Title Level 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 ':;7.5 8. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT - SERVICES 4 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 CommDev Processing Supervisor 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 3 29.31 30.04 30.80 31.57 32.36 33.17 33.99 34.84 35.71 36.61 37.52 Senior CommDev Services Technician 5,080.94 5,207.71 5,338.54 5,472.11 5,608.40 5,748.78 5,891.88 6,039.08 6,190.36 6,345.73 6,503.82 60,971.28 62,492.52 64,062.48 65,665.32 67,300.80 68,985.36 70,702.56 72,468.96 74,284.32 76,148.76 78,045.84 3 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 Senior CommDev Services Technician 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 2 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 CommDev Services Technician 11 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 1 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 CommDev Services Technician 1 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 CITY CLERK 8 52.26 53.56 54.90 56.28 57.68 59.12 60.60 62.12 63.67 65.25 66.88 68.55 70.27 72.03 73.57 City Clerk (Y -Rate( 9,057.92 9,284.17 9,515.87 9,754.38 9,998.34 10,247.74 10,503.98 10,767.01 11,035.53. 11,310.84' 11,592.96 11,882.51 12,179.89 12,484.87 12,752.79 108,695.04 111,410.04 114,190.44 117,052.56 119,980.08 122,972.88 126,047.76 129,204.12 132,426.36 135,730.08' 139,115.52 142,590.12 146,158.68 149,818.44 153,033.48 8 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 60.55 62.06 63.62 65.21 66.84 68.51 70.22 City Clerk 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 10,495.37 10,757.75 11,026.69 11,302.36 11,584.92 11,874.54 12,171.41 103,368.43 105,952.64 108, 601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 122,872.58 125,944.40 129,093.01 132,320.33 135,628.34 139,019.05 142,494.52 146,056.89 7 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 Deputy City Clerk 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 6 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 Records Manager 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.3473,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 4 25.51 26.15 26.81 r 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 Records Supervisor 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 3 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 Senior Records Coordinator 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 2 20.94 21.46 22.00 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 Records Coordinator 3,629.71 3,720.45 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 43,556.47 44,645.38 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 r 18.97 19.45 19.93 20.43 20.94 21.46 22.00 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 Records Technician 3,288.33 3,370.54 3,454.81 3,541.18 3,629.71 3,720.45 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 39,460.01 40,446.51 41,457.67 42,494.11 43,556.47 44,645.38 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 CITY MANAGER 8 111.42 City Manager N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 19,312.50 231,750.00 8 71.98 73.77 75.62 77.51 79.45 81.43 83.47 85.56 87.69 89.89 92.13 94.44 96.80 99.22 101.70 Assistant City Manager 12,475.69 12,787.58 13,107.27 13,434.96 13,770.83 14,115.10 14,467.98 14,829.68 15,200.42 15,580.43 15,969.94 16,369.19 16,778.42 17,197.88 17,627.83 149,708.31 153,451.02 157,287.29 161,219.47 165,249.96 169,381.21 173,615.74 177,956.13 182,405.04 186,965.16 191,639.29 196,430.27 201,341.03 206,374.56 211,533.92 7 65.21 66.84 68.51 70.22 71.98 73.77 75.62 77.51 79.45 81.43 83.47 85.56 87.69 89.89 92.13 Deputy City Manager 11,302.36 11,584.92 11,874.54 12,171.41 12,475.69 12,787.58 13,107.27 13,434.96 13,770.83 14,115.10 14,467.98 14,829.68 15,200.42 15,580.43 15,969.94 135,628.34 139,019.05 142,494.52 146,056.89 149,708.31 153,451.02 157, 287.29 161, 219.47 165, 249.96 169,381.21 173,615.74 177, 956.13 182,405.04 186,965.16 191,639.29 6 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 60.55 62.06 63.62 65.21 66.84 68.51 70.22 71.98 73.77 75.62 Assistant to the City Manager 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 10,495.37 10,757.75 11,026.69 11,302.36 11,584.92 11,874.54 12,171.41 12,475.69 12,787.58 13,107.27 111, 316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 122,872.58 125,944.40 129,093.01 132,320.33 135,628.34 139,019.05 142,494.52 146,056.89 149,708.31 153,451.02 157,287.29 5 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 60.55 Economic Development Manager 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 10,495.37 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 122,872.58 125,944.40 Class Family / Title Level 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 Salary Steps 3.5 MCP Only 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 6.5 7.0 7.5 8.0 COMMUNITY SERVICES 8 63.62 65.21 66.84 68.51 70.22 71.98 73.77 75.62 77.51 79.45 81.43 83.47 85.56 87.69 89.89 Director of Community Services 11,026.69 11,302.36 11,584.92 11,874.54 12,171.41 12,475.69 12,787.58 13,107.27 13,434.96 13,770.83 14,115.10 14,467.98 14,829.68 15,200.42 15,580.43 132,320.33 135,628.34 139, 019.05 142,494.52 146,056.89 149,708.31 153,451.02 157, 287.29 161, 219.47 165, 249.96 169,381.21 173,615.74 177,956.13 182,405.04 186,965.16 7 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 60.55 62.06 63.62 65.21 66.84 68.51 Asst Director of Community Services 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 10,495.37 10,757.75 11,026.69 11,302.36 11,584.92 11,874.54 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 122,872.58 125,944.40 129,093.01 132,320.33 135,628.34 139,019.05 142,494.52 6 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 60.55 62.06 Community Services Superintendent 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 10,495.37 10,757.75 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 122,872.58 125,944.40 129,093.01 5 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 56.23 Community Services Manager 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 4 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 Community Services Supervisor II 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 4 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 Community Services Supervisor I 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55_ 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 3 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 Community Services Coordinator II 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 3 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 Community Services Coordinator l 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 2 22.00 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 Community Services Specialist 11 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 2 20.94 21.46 22.00 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 Community Services Specialist l 3,629.71 3,720.45 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 43,556.47 44,645.38 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15_ 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 1 18.97 19.45 19.93 20.43 20.94 21.46 22.00 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 Community Services Assistant 3,288.33 3,370.54 3,454.81 3,541.18 3,629.71 3,720.45 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 39,460.01 40,446.51 41,457.67 42,494.11 43,556.47 44,645.38 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 COMMUNITY SERVICES - AQUATICS 4 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48T 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 Aquatics Supervisor 11 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 4 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 Aquatics Supervisor l 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 3 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 Aquatics Coordinator 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 2 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 Lead Lifeguard 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314,58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 1 21.46 22.00 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 Senior Lifeguard 3,720.45 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 44,645.38 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 1 20.43 20.94 21.46 22.00 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 Lifeguard 3,541.18 3,629.71 3,720.45 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 42,494.11 43,556.47 44,645.38 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 COMMUNITY SERVICES • PARK RANGERS 4 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 Supervising Park Ranger 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 3 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 Class family /Title Level Salary Steps MCP OnIy Park Ranger 111 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 2 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 3033 31.09 31.86 Park Ranger 0 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 Park Ranger 1 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106,68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 COMMUNITY SERVICES - THEATER 3 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 Theater Technical Coordinator 11 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 3 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 Theater Technical Coordinator l 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 2 22.00 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 Theater Technical Specialist 11 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 2 20.94 21.46 22.00 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 Theater Technical Specialist) 3,629.71 3,720.45 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 43,556.47 44,645.38 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 18.97 19.45 19.93 20.43 20.94 21.46 22.00 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 Theater Technical Assistant 3,288.33 3,370.54 3,454.81 3,541.18 3,629.71 3,720.45 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 39,460.01 40,446.51 41,457.67 42,494.11 43,556.47 44,645.38 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 FINANCE 8 63.62 65.21 66.84 68.51 70.22 71.98 73.77 75.62 77.51 79.45 81.43 83.47 85.56 87.69 89.89 Director of Finance 11,026.69 11,302.36 11,584.92 11,874.54 12,171.41 12,475.69 12,787.58 13,107.27 13,434.96 13,770.83 14,115.10 14,467.98 14,829.68 15,200.42 15,580.43 132,320.33 135,628.34 139,019.05 142,494.52 146,056.89 149,708.31 153,451.02 157, 287.29 161,219.47 165, 249.96 169,381.21 173, 615.74 177,956.13 182,405.04 186, 965.16 7 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 60.55 62.06 63.62 65.21 66.84 Assistant Director of Finance 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 10,495.37 10,757.75 11,026.69 11,302.36 11,584.92 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 122,872.58 125,944.40 129,093.01 132,320.33 135,628.34 139,019.05 6 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 60.55 Fiscal Services Manager 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 10,495.37 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 122,872.58 125,944.40 FINANCE - ACCOUNTING 4 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 Senior Accountant 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 3 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 Accountant 11 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 3 32.66 33.48 3431 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 Accountant 1 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 FINANCE- ACCOUNTING SUPPORT 4 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 Accounting Support Supervisor 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 3 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 Senior Accounting Technician 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947,70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 2 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 Accounting Technician II 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 2 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 Accounting Technician I 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 1 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 3033 31.09 31.86 32.66 Class Family/Title Level 1.0 4,006.52 48,078.19 1.5 4,106.68 49,280.14 Salary Steps 6.5 5,256.90 63,082.75 MCP 7.0 5,388.32 64,659.82 Only 7.5 5,523.03 66,276.31 8.0 5,661.10 67,933.22 2.0 4,209.35 50,512.15 2.5 4,314.58 51,774.95 3.0 4,422.44 53,069.32 3.5 4,533.00 54,396.06 4.0 4,646.33 55,755.96 4.5 4,762.49 57,149.86 5.0 4,881.55 58,578.60 5.5 5,003.59 60,043.07 6.0 5,128.68 61,544.15 Accounting Assistant 1 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 Cashier 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 FINANCE- BUSINESS UCENSE 4 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 Business License Supervisor 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 3 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 Senior Business License Technician 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 2 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 Business License Technician 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 1 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 Business License Assistant 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 FINANCE - PAYROLL 5 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 Payroll Manager 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 4 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 Payroll Administrator 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 4 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 Payroll Supervisor 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 3 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 Senior Payroll Coordinator 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 2 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 Payroll Coordinator 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 1 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 Payroll Technician 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 FINANCE- PURCHASING 5 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 Purchasing Manager 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 4 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 Purchasing Supervisor 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 3 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 Senior Buyer 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 2 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 Buyer ll 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 2 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 Buyer l 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 1 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 Purchasing Assistant 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 FIRE 4 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52,21 5152 54.86 56.23 57.63 Class Family /Title Level Salary Steps , fir. Field Supervisor - Fire 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 4 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 Senior Fire Inspector 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 2 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 4730 48.48 49.70 Fire Inspector II 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 t 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 Fire Inspector! 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20, 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.031 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 HUMAN RESOURCES 8 59.07 60.55 62.06 63.62 65.21 66.84 68.51 70.22 71.98 73.77 75.62 77.51 79.45 81.43 83.47 Director of HR/Risk Management 10,239.38 10,495.37 10,757.75 11,026.69 11,302.36 11,584.92 11,874.54 12,171.41 12,475.69 12,787.58 13,107.27 13,434.96 13,770.83 14,115.10 14,467.98 122,872.58 125,944.40 129,093.01 132,320.33 135,628.34 139,019.05 142,494.52 146, 056.89 149,708.31 153,451.02 157, 287.29 161,219.47 165, 249.96 169,381.21 173, 615.74 7 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 60.55 62.06 63.62 65.21 66.84 Asst Director of HR/Risk Management 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 10,495.37 10,757.75 11,026.69 11,302.36 11,584.92 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 122,872.58 125,944.40 129,093.01 132, 320.33 135, 628.34 139,019.05 6 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15. 4730 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 60.55 HR Manager 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 10,495.37 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 122,872.58 125,944.40 6 43.51 44.59 45.71 46.85 48.02 49.22 50.46 51.71 53.00 54.33 55.69 56.89 58.31 59.77 61.26 Risk Manager (Y -Rate) 7,541.00 7,729.10 7,922.62 8,120.25 8,323.32 8,531.85 8,745.84 8,963.90 9,187.40 9,417.75 9,653.53 9,860.70 10,107.37 10,359.51 10,618.46 90,492.00 92,749.20 95,071.44 97,443.00 99,879.84 102,382.20 104,950.08 107,566.80 110,248.80 113,013.00 115,84236 118,328.40 121,288.44 124,314.12 127,421.52 6 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 60.55 Risk Manager 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 10,495.37 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 122,872.58 125,944.40 4 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 ' 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 HR Supervisor 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 3 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 3431 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 Senior HR Technician 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 2 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 HR Technician 11 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 2 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35,17 HR Technician l 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 1 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 3033 31.09 31.86 HR Assistant 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 8 59.07 60.55 62.06 63.62 65.21 66.84 68.51 70.22 71.98 73.77 75.62 77.51 79.45 81.43 83.47 Director of IT/Support Services 10,239.38 10,495.37 10,757.75 11,026.69 11,302.36 11,584.92 11,874.54 12,171.41 12,475.69 12,787.58 13,107.27 13,434.96 13,770.83 14,115.10 14,467.98 122,872.58 125,944.40 129,093.01 132,32033 135, 628.34 139,019.05 142,494.52 146, 056.89 149,708.31 153,451.02 157, 287.29 161, 219.47 165, 249.96 169, 381.21 173, 615.74 7 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 60.55 62.06 63.62 65.21 66.84 68.51 70.22 71.98 Asst Director of IT/Support Services 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 10,495.37 10,757.75 11,026.69 11,302.36 11,584.92 11,874.54 12,171.41 12,475.69 105, 952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 122, 872.58 125,944.40 129,093.01 132,320.33 135, 628.34 139,019.05 142,494.52 146,056.89 149,708.31 6 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 60.55 62.06 63.62 65.21 IT Manager 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 10,495.37 10,757.75 11,026.69 11,302.36 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 122,872.58 125,944.40 129,093.01 132,320.33 135,628.34 5 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 IT Administrator 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 122,872.58 4 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 IT Supervisor 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 Class Family/Title Level Salary Steps MCP 7.0 Only _,,. - ,. 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 3 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 I 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 Senior IT Specialist 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 2 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 IT Specialist 11 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 2 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 3431 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 IT Specialist 1 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 1 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 IT Technician II 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 t 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 IT Technician 1 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 PUBLIC WORKS 8 68.51 70.22 71.98 73.77 75.62 77.51 79.45 81.43 83.47 85.56 87.69 89.89 92.13 94.44 96,80 Director of PW/City Engineer 11,874.54 12,171.41 12,475.69 12,787.58 13,107.27 13,434.96 13,770,83 14,115.10 14,467.98 14,829.68 15,200.42 15,580.43 15,969.94 16,369.19 16,778.42 142,494.52 146,056.89 149,708.31 153,451.02 157,287.29 161,219.47 165,249.96 169,381.21 173,615.74 177,956.13 182,405.04 186,965.16 191,639.29 196,430.27 201,341.03 PUBLIC WORKS- CUSTODIAL 2 16.50 16.91 17.34 17.77 18.22 18.67 19.14 19.62 20.11 20.61 21.13 Custodian 11(Y -Rate) 2,860.76 2,931.64 3,005.22 3,080.20 3,157.87 3,236.93 3,317.35 3,400.47 3,484.98 3,572.19 3,662.17 34,329.12 35,179.68 36,062.64 36,962.40 37,894.44 38,843.16 39,808.20 40,805.64 41,819.76 42,866.28 43,946.04 2 15.96 16.36 16.77 17.19 17.62 18.06 18.51 18.97 19.45 19.93 20.43 Custodian II 2,766.36 2,835.52 2,906.41 2,979.07 3,053.55 3,129.88 3,208.13 3,288.33 3,370.54 3,454.81 3,541.18 33,196.33 34,026.24 34,876.90 35,748.82 36,642.54 37,558.60 38,497.57 39,460.01 40,446.51 41,457.67 42,494.11 1 14.46 14.82 15.19 15.57 15.96 16.36 16.77 17.19 17.62 18.06 18.51 Custodian I 2,506.19 2,568.84 2,633.06 2,698.89 2,766.36 2,835.52 2,906.41 2,979.07 3,053.55 3,129.88 3,208.13 30,074.24 30,826.10 31,596.75 32,386.67 33,196.33 34,026.24 34,876.90 35,748.82 36,642.54 37,558.60 38,497.57 PUBLIC WORKS- ENGINEERING 7 59.07 60.55 62.06 63.62 65.21 66.84 68.51 70.22 71.98 73.77 75.62 77.51 79.45 81.43 83.47 Engineering Manager 10,239.38 10,495.37 10,757.75 11,026.69 11,302.36 11,584.92 11,874.54 12,171.41 12,475.69 12,787.58 13,107.27 13,434.96 13,770.83 14,115.10 14,467.98 122,87258 125,944.40 129,093.01 132,32033 135,628.34 139,019.05 142,494.52 146,056.89 149,708.31 153,451.02 157,287.29 161,219.47 165,249.96 169,381.21 173,615.74 6 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 60.55 62.06 63.62 65.21 66.84 68.51 70.22 71.98 73.77 75.62 Principal Civil Engineer 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 10,495.37 10,757.75 11,026.69 11,302.36 11,584.92 11,874.54 12,171.41 12,475.69 12,787.58 13,107.27 111, 316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 122,872.58 125, 944.40 129,093.01 132, 320.33 135, 628.34 139,019.05 142,494.52 146,056.89 149,708.31 153,451.02 157,287.29 5 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 60.55 62.06 63.62 65.21 66.84 68.51 Senior Civil Engineer 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 10,495.37 10,757.75 11,026.69 11,302.36 11,584.92 11,874.54 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111, 316.49 114,099.41 116, 951.89 119, 875.69 122,872.58 125,944.40 129,093.01 132,320.33 135,628.34 139,019.05 142,494.52 4 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 Associate Civil Engineer 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 4 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 Associate Engineer!! 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 3 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 Associate Engineer 1 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 2 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 Assistant Engineer 11 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 31.86 32.66 33.48 3431 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 Assistant Engineer 1 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 1 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 Engineering Technician 11 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 1 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 Class Family/Title Level 1.0 4,762.49 57,149.86 1.5 4,881.55 58,578.60 2.0 5,003.59 60,043.07 2.5 5,128.68 61,544.15 3.0 5,256.90 63,082.75 Salary Steps 3.5 5,388.32 64,659.82 4.0 5,523.03 66,276.31 4.5 5,661.10 67,933.22 5.0 5,802.63 69,631.55 5.5 5,947.70 71,372.34 6.0 6,096.39 73,156.65 6.5 MCP 7.0 Only 7.5 Engineering Technician l PUBLIC WORKS- INSPECTIONS 4 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 Construction Manager 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 4 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 Supervising PW Inspector 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 3 32.22 33.02 33.85 34.70 35.56 36.45 37.37 38.30 39.26 40.24 41.25 Senior PW Inspector (Y -Rate) 5,585.24 5,724.87 5,868.00 6,014.70 6,165.07 6,319.20 6,477.18 6,639.10 6,805.08 6,975.21 7,149.59 67,023.01 68,690.96 70,408.00 72,174.75 73,973.12 75,821.62 77,719.20 79,665.46 81,660.59 83,704.61 85,798.54 3 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 Senior PW Inspector 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 2 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 PW Inspector!! 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 1 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 PW Inspector! 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 PUBLIC WORKS- LANDSCAPE 5 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 ' 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 Maintenance Supervisor- Landscape 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 4 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 Field Supervisor- Landscape 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 3 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 Senior Landscape Inspector 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 2 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 Landscape Inspector!! 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 1 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 landscape Inspector 1 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 PUBLIC WORKS- MAINTENANCE 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 60.55 62.06 Maintenance Manager 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 10,495.37 10,757.75 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 122,872.58 125,944.40 129,093.01 6 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54,86 56.23 Maintenance Superintendent 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 5 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 Maintenance Supervisor 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 4 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 Field Supervisor- Maintenance 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 3 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 Lead Maintenance Worker 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 2 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 Maintenance Worker 11 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 1 20.94 21.46 22.00 22.55 23.11 23,69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 Maintenance Worker 1 3,629.71 3,720.45 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 Salar Ste.s Class Family/Title Level 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 43,556.47 44,645.38 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 PUBLIC WORKS- FACILITIES 4 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 Field Supervisor- Facilities 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 3 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 lead Maintenance Worker- Facilities 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 2 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 29.59 30.33 31.09 31.86 Maintenance Workerll- Facilities 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 5,128.68 5,256.90 5,388.32 5,523.03 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 61,544.15 63,082.75 64,659.82 66,276.31 1 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 Maintenance Worker 1 - Facilities 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 PUBUC WORKS- SIGNALS 5 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 52.21 53.52 54.86 56.23 57.63 59.07 60.55 62.06 Maintenance Supervisor- Signal 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 9,050.12 9,276.37 9,508.28 9,745.99 9,989.64 10,239.38 10,495.37 10,757.75 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 108,601.46 111,316.49 114,099.41 116,951.89 119,875.69 122,872.58 125,944.40 129,093.01 4 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 47.30 48.48 49.70 50.94 Field Supervisor - Signal 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 8,198.96 8,403.94 8,614.04 8,829.39 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 98,387.56 100,847.25 103,368.43 105,952.64 3 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 42.85 43.92 45.02 46.15 Senior Signal Technician 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 7,427.86 7,613.55 7,803.89 7,998.99 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 89,134.27 91,362.63 93,646.70 95,987.86 2 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 40.79 41.81 Signal Technician II 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 7,069.94 7,246.69 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 84,839.29 86,960.27 2 31.09 31.86 32.66 33.48 34.31 35.17 36.05 36.95 37.88 38.82 39.79 Signal Technician l 5,388.32 5,523.03 5,661.10 5,802.63 5,947.70 6,096.39 6,248.80 6,405.02 6,565.14 6,729.27 6,897.50 64,659.82 66,276.31 67,933.22 69,631.55 71,372.34 73,156.65 74,985.57 76,860.20 78,781.71 80,751.25 82,770.03 SUPPORT SERVICES 4 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 25.51 26.15 26.81 27.48 28.16 28.87 Support Services Supervisor 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 4,646.33 4,762.49 4,881.55 5,003.59 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 55,755.96 57,149.86 58,578.60 60,043.07 3 20.43 20.94 21.46 22.00 22.55 23.11 23.69 24.28 24.89 2551 26.15 Senior Support Services Technician 3,541.18 3,629.71 3,720.45 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 4,209.35 4,314.58 4,422.44 4,533.00 42,494.11 43,556.47 44,645.38 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 50,512.15 51,774.95 53,069.32 54,396.06 2 18.51 18.97 19.45 19.93 20.43 20.94 21.46 22.00 22.55 23.11 23.69 Support Services Technician 3,208.13 3,288.33 3,370.54 3,454.81 3,541.18 3,629.71 3,720.45 3,813.46 3,908.80 4,006.52 4,106.68 38,497.57 39,460.01 40,446.51 41,457.67 42,494.11 43,556.47 44,645.38 45,761.51 46,905.55 48,078.19 49,280.14 1 16.77 17.19 17.62 18.06 18.51 18.97 19.45 19.93 20.43 20.94 21.46 Support Services Assistant 2,906.41 2,979.07 3,053.55 3,129.88 3,208.13 3,288.33 3,370.54 3,454.81 3,541.18 3,629.71 3,720.45 34,876.90 35,748.82 36,642.54 37,558.60 38,497.57 39,460.01 40,446.51 41,457.67 42,494.11 43,556.47 44,645.38 RESOLUTION NO. CSD 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT AMENDING THE FISCAL YEAR 2017-18 ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The purpose of this review is to conduct an analysis of revenues and expenditures to ensure that the Temecula Community Services District (TCSD) maintains a prudent and healthy fiscal position. Section 2. That each year a Mid -Year review is conducted of all Temecula Community Services (TCSD) operating budgets. Section 3. That the Mid -Year review has been completed and the recommended adjustments are reflected in the schedules attached hereto as Exhibit A. Section 4. That the Fiscal Year 2017-18 TCSD operating budgets are amended in accordance with the attached schedules. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the Board of Directors of the Temecula Community Services District of the City of Temecula this 27th day of February, 2018. Jeff Comerchero, President ATTEST: Randi Johl, Secretary [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) I, Randi Johl, Secretary of the Temecula Community Services District of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. CSD 18- was duly and regularly adopted by the Board of Directors of the Temecula Community Services District of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 27th day of February, 2018, by the following vote: AYES: BOARD MEMBERS: NOES: BOARD MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: BOARD MEMBERS: ABSENT: BOARD MEMBERS: Randi Johl, Secretary EXHIBIT A TEMECULA COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT - ALL FUNDS COMBINED Description City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Fund Fund 190 Citywide Operations 8,667,934 9,932,978 3,892,395 52,754 9,985,732 0.5% Fund 192 Service Level 8 973,876 1,001,635 538,522 - 1,001,635 0.0% Funds 501-530 Service Level C 1,604,225 1,594,666 832,670 1,594,666 0.0% Fund 194 Service Level D 7,639,655 7,703,410 4,055,665 - 7,703,410 0.0% Fund 195 Service Level R 5,745 5,732 3,440 - 5,732 0.0% Fund 196 Service Level L 236,499 246,375 127,270 - 246,375 0.0% Fund 197 Library 674,063 843,059 242,488 44,000 887,059 5.2% Fund 198 Public Art 40,398 64,497 32,471 - 64,497 0.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources 19,842,395 21,392,352 9,724,921 96,754 21,489,106 0.5% Expenditures by Fund Fund 190 Citywide Operations Fund 192 Service Level B Funds 501-530 Service Level C Fund 194 Service Level D Fund 195 Service Level R Fund 196 Service Level L Fund 197 Library Fund 198 Public Art Fund 375 Intern Fellowship 8,565,493 10,146,586 4,240,934 126,536 10,273,122 1.2% 895,485 984,711 374,070 - 984,711 0.0% 1,424,680 1,469,447 657,783 1,469,447 0.0% 7,679,330 7,924,709 62,686 7,924,709 0.0% 4,762 9,850 - 9,850 0.0% 163,668 251,678 110,027 - 251,678 0.0% 705,900 870,394 315,422 5,200 875,594 0.6% - 7,200 30,300 37,500 420.8% 9,293 - - 0.0% Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses 19,448,611 21,664,575 5,760,922 162,036 21,826,611 0.7% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 393,783 (272,223) 3,963,999 (65,282) (337,505) 24.0% Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 3,504,214 3,897,998 Fund Balance, End of Year 3,897,998 3,897,998 0.0% 3,897,998 3,625,774 7,861,997 (65,282) 3,560,492 -1.8% Fund Description The Temecula Community Services District is a separate governmental entity created to provide Parks and Recreation services as well as the maintenance of parks and facilities, residential street lights, slopes, refuse and recycling, maintenance of rural roads, lake park maintenance, library services and intern fellowship opportunities. 2/20/2018 Fund: 190 CITYWIDE OPERATIONS Description City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Department General Operations 4,813,838 5,802,297 1,686,015 10,300 5,812,597 0.2% Senior Center 70,524 85,509 30,321 (4,545) 80,964 -5.3% Community Recreation Center 360,208 344,341 118,296 3,177 347,518 0.9% Recreation 215,616 253,151 146,849 - 253,151 0.0% Temecula Community Center 102,603 99,684 35,554 99,684 0.0% Temecula History Museum 87,993 113,994 42,201 (5,270) 108,724 -4.6% Aquatics 423,717 406,534 182,048 3,500 410,034 0.9% Sports 433,269 427,797 171,475 9,501 437,298 2.2% Temecula Children's Museum 227,499 216,197 95,399 - 216,197 0.0% Community Theater 601,558 720,028 437,418 28,650 748,678 4.0% Cultural Arts 68,413 43,302 27,793 (2,400) 40,902 -5.5% Civic Center Conference Center 80,380 59,946 18,213 (16,800) 43,146 -28.0% Human Services 58,496 39,623 26,157 1,641 41,264 4.1% Margarita Recreation Center 22,985 22,587 5,148 - 22,587 0.0% Jefferson Recreation Center 5,700 7,262 - - 7,262 0.0% Contract Classes 1,050,952 1,112,168 799,676 (15,000) 1,097,168 -1.3% Park Rangers 44,182 36,576 22,264 36,576 0.0% Responsible Compassion - 141,982 47,569 40,000 181,982 28.2% Total Revenues and Other Sources 8,667,934 9,932,978 3,892,395 52,754 9,985,732 0.5% Expenditures by Department General Operations 2,069,806 2,142,623 716,065 20,719 2,163,342 1.0% Senior Center 281,856 359,748 150,553 359,748 0.0% Community Recreation Center 887,206 952,063 442,166 5,317 957,380 0.6% Special Events 587,563 905,376 400,957 - 905,376 0.0% Temecula Community Center 217,252 215,661 93,442 - 215,661 0.0% Temecula History Museum 324,125 391,338 154,581 1,000 392,338 0.3% Aquatics 731,747 928,146 396,540 10,000 938,146 1.1% Sports 305,721 347,767 134,707 - 347,767 0.0% Temecula Children's Museum 254,113 307,431 139,770 307,431 0.0% Community Theater 1,199,354 1,327,995 602,583 1,327,995 0.0% Cultural Arts 283,413 237,875 110,209 - 237,875 0.0% Civic Center Conference Center 60,233 95,336 39,368 95,336 0.0% Human Services 168,844 182,567 79,319 182,567 0.0% Margarita Recreation Center 65,207 119,786 53,999 - 119,786 0.0% Jefferson Recreation Center 26,904 38,470 13,071 38,470 0.0% Contract Classes 780,594 859,489 450,845 (10,500) 848,989 -1.2% Park Rangers 237,982 195,779 92,440 195,779 0.0% Responsible Compassion 83,573 539,136 170,319 100,000 639,136 18.5% Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses 8,565,493 10,146,586 4,240,934 126,536 10,273,122 1.2% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 102,441 (213,608) (348,539) (73,782) (287,390) 34.5% Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 1,036,267 1,138,708 1,138,708 - 1,138,708 0.0% Fund Balance, End of Year 1,138,708 925,100 790,168 (73,782) 851,318 -8.0% Fund Description Citywide Operations reflects the collection of the Special Tax (Measure C) charged to households for recreation programs as well as fees for classes and activities. Accounts for facility operations, maintenance, and community recreation programs. Measure C was approved by residents in 1997 at a rate of $74.44 per parcel for the purpose of maintaining the City's parks, recreation facilities, arerial street lighting and traffic signals. The Special Tax revenue is allocated equally between TCSD and the General Fund to fund both recreation programs and parks maintenance. 2/20/2018 Fund: 192 SERVICE LEVEL B - STREET LIGHTING Description City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Source Licenses, Permits and Service Charges Assessments 641,756 641,384 336,806 - 641,384 0.0% Funding From General Fund 331,396 - - - 0.0% Funding From Measure S - 360,251 200,305 - 360,251 0.0% Use of Money and Property Investment Interest 724 1,411 - 0.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources 973,876 1,001,635 538,522 1,001,635 0.0% Expenditures by Category Personnel 11,836 17,211 8,249 - 17,211 0.0% Operations and Maintenance 883,649 967,500 365,821 - 967,500 0.0% Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses 895,485 984,711 374,070 984,711 0.0% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 78,391 16,924 164,452 Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 90,658 169,049 169,049 16,924 0.0% 169,049 0.0% Fund Balance, End of Year 169,049 185,973 333,501 185,973 0.0% Fund Description Service Level B reflects the collection of benefit assessments charged to property owners. Service Level B includes only those parcels within residential subdivisions that receive residential street lighting services. This service level includes operational, administrative, maintenance and utility costs of residential street lights. 2/20/2018 Funds: 501-530 SERVICE LEVEL C - LANDSCAPE / SLOPE 2016-17 Description Actuals Revenues by Source Licenses, Permits and Service Charges Assessments Use of Money and Property Investment Interest Total Revenues and Other Sources MAINTENANCE 2017-18 Current Budget Year to Date Actuals 12/31/2017 City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments Proposed Increase (Decrease) 2017-18 Revised %Increase Budget (Decrease) 1,594,514 1,585,636 825,767 9,711 9,030 6,903 1,604,225 1,594,666 832,670 Expenditures by Category Personnel 95,214 72,578 44,693 Operations and Maintenance 1,329,466 1,396,869 613,089 Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses 1,424,680 1,469,447 657,783 Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures Fund Balance, Beginning of Year Fund Balance, End of Year 179,545 125,219 174,887 1,260,961 1,440,506 1,440,506 1,440,506 1,565, 725 1,615,393 1,585,636 0.0% 9,030 0.0% 1,594,666 0.0% 72,578 0.0% 1,396,869 0.0% 1,469,447 0.0% 125,219 0.0% 1,440,506 0.0% 1,565,725 0.0% Fund Description Service Level C Fund reflects the collection of benefit assessments charged to property owners for the purpose of providing perimeter landscaping and slope maintenance throughout the City. Service Level C assesses only those parcels within residential subdivisions receiving TCSD perimeter landscaping and slope maintenance and are separated into 32 zones. The rate levels for Zones 6 and 29, are subject to a Consumer Price Index -Urban Consumers (CPI -U) annual inflator while all other rate levels will not increase. Zones 30-32 will not be assessed, as the property owners have elected to have the landscaping maintained by the respective Homeowner's Associations (HOAs). 2/20/2018 Fund: 194 SERVICE LEVEL D - REFUSE AND RECYCLING Description City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Source Licenses, Permits and Service Charges Assessments 7,586,166 7,683,210 4,040,838 7,683,210 0.0% Recycling Program 17,555 18,000 12,906 - 18,000 0.0% Use of Money and Property Investment Interest 8,203 2,200 1,921 2,200 0.0% Intergovernmental Revenues Grants 27,731 - 0.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources 7,639,655 7,703,410 4,055,665 7,703,410 0.0% Expenditures by Category Personnel 107,266 116,772 55,855 116,772 0.0% Operations and Maintenance 7,572,064 7,807,937 6,831 7,807,937 0.0% Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses 7,679,330 7,924,709 62,686 7,924,709 0.0% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures (39,675) (221,299) 3,992,979 (221,299) 0.0% Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 468,211 428,536 428,536 428,536 0.0% Fund Balance, End of Year Fund Description 428,536 207,237 4,421,515 207,237 0.0% Service Level D Fund is used to collect benefit assessments charged to property owners for the purpose of providing refuse collection, recycling, and street sweeping throughout the City. In addition, Service Level D has received grants to increase recycling efforts Citywide. 2/20/2018 City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments Fund: 195 SERVICE LEVEL R - STREET / ROAD MAINTENANCE 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Description Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Source Licenses, Permits and Service Charges Assessments 5,561 5,532 3,026 - 5,532 0.0% Use of Money and Property Investment Interest 183 200 414 200 0.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources 5,745 Expenditures by Category Operations and Maintenance Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 5,732 3,440 5,732 0.0% 4,762 9,850 9,850 0.0% 4,762 9,850 9,850 0.0% 983 (4,118) 3,440 - (4,118) 0.0% Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 22,428 23,411 23,411 23,411 0.0% Fund Balance, End of Year 23,411 19,293 26,851 19,293 0.0% Fund Description Service Level R Fund reflects the operational, administrative, construction and maintenance costs for certain unpaved roads that become inaccessible after inclement weather. Zone R-1 provides service in the Nicolas/Liefer Road area. The maximum rate that can be charged for Zone R-1 for an improved parcel is $115.26 and for an unimproved parcel is $57.62. 2/20/2018 City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments Fund: 196 SERVICE LEVEL L- HARVESTON LAKE PARK MAINTENANCE 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Description Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Source Licenses, Permits and Service Charges Assessments 225,567 239,475 123,086 - 239,475 0.0% Harveston Lake Boat Revenue 4,307 4,200 2,518 - 4,200 0.0% Recovery of Prior Year Expense 4,116 - 0.0% Use of Money and Property Investment Interest 2,508 2,700 1,666 2,700 0.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources 236,499 246,375 127,270 Expenditures by Category Personnel Operations and Maintenance 246,375 0.0% 11,472 15,689 9,496 152,196 235,989 100,531 15,689 0.0% 235,989 0.0% Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses 163,668 251,678 110,027 251,678 0.0% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures 72,831 Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 311,523 (5,303) 17,243 384,354 384,354 (5,303) 0.0% 384,354 0.0% Fund Balance, End of Year 384,354 379,051 401,597 - 379,051 0.0% Fund Description Service Level L Fund reflects the benefit assessments charged to property owners for the purpose of maintaining the Harveston Lake Park. Expenditures include operational, administrative and maintenance costs. 2/20/2018 Fund: 197 LIBRARY FUND Description City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Source Licenses, Permits and Service Charges Library Funding From GF/Measure S 549,542 726,734 181,684 44,000 770,734 6.1% Printing and Copies 27,462 27,000 12,628 - 27,000 0.0% Facilities Rentals 20,779 18,375 8,575 18,375 0.0% Fines and Forfeitures Fines and Fees 74,376 65,000 34,687 65,000 0.0% Lost and Damaged Materials (163) 2,550 3,459 - 2,550 0.0% Use of Money and Property Investment Interest 2,067 3,400 1,456 - 3,400 0.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources 674,063 843,059 242,488 44,000 887,059 5.2% Expenditures by Category Personnel 52,681 67,593 37,401 67,593 0.0% Operations and Maintenance 633,568 802,801 278,021 5,200 808,001 0.6% Operating Transfer Out 19,651 - - 0.0% Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses 705,900 870,394 315,422 5,200 875,594 0.6% Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures (31,837) (27,335) (72,934) 38,800 11,465 -141.9% Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 276,667 244,830 244,830 244,830 0.0% Fund Balance, End of Year 244,830 217,495 171,896 38,800 256,295 17.8% Fund Description Library Fund is used to account for the maintenance and operations of the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library on Pauba Road. 2/20/2018 gir Fund: 198 PUBLIC ART Description City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) Revenues by Source Operating Transfers In Transfer In 14,582 0.0% CIP Fund - - 0.0% Public Art Revenues 25,445 64,417 31,829 64,417 0.0% Use of Money and Property Investment Interest 371 80 642 80 0.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources 40,398 64,497 32,471 64,497 0.0% Expenditures by Category Operations and Maintenance Operating Transfer Out Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures Fund Balance, Beginning of Year Fund Balance, End of Year 30,300 7,200 30,300 0.0% 7,200 0.0% 7,200 30,300 37,500 420.8% 40,398 57,297 28,207 68,605 32,471 (30,300) 26,997 -52.9% 68,605 68,605 125,902 101,076 (30,300) 68,605 0.0% 95,602 -24.1% Fund Description This fund was established pursuant to Temecula Municipal Code Section 5.08.040, whereby the fund serves a a depository for the fees paid in lieu of art as well as monetary donations for public art. The Public Art In Lieu fee is one-tenth of one percent of an eligible development project in excess of $100,000. Eligble uses of this fund include the design, acquisition, installation, improvement, maintenance and insurance of public artwork; offering of performing arts programs on City property for the community; and art education programs on City property for the community. 2/20/2018 • City of Temecula Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid -Year Adjustments Fund: 375 INTERN FELLOWSHIP FUND Description Revenues by Source Operating Transfers In General Fund Use of Money and Property Investment Interest 2017-18 Year to Date Proposed 2017-18 2016-17 Current Actuals Increase Revised % Increase Actuals Budget 12/31/2017 (Decrease) Budget (Decrease) 0.0% 0.0% Total Revenues and Other Sources 0.0% Expenditures by Category Operations and Maintenance Operating Transfer Out - General Fund Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses Excess of Revenues Over (Under) Expenditures Fund Balance, Beginning of Year 9,293 0.0% 0.0% 9,293 0.0% (9,293) - - 0.0% 9,293 - 0.0% Fund Balance, End of Year - - - 0.0% Fund Description Accounts for personnel expenditures for intern and fellowship employment opportunities. The City of Temecula Internship Program offers part-time internships to high school and undergraduate college students. The internships are designed to expose students to the workings of local city government. Internship positions are open year round in three sessions of 10 weeks (summer, fall, and spring). The City of Temecula Fellowship Program is designed for undergraduate, graduate and post -graduate level students and allows individuals to work in their areas of specialty/interest. Fellows gain valuable work experience, as well as the skills and knowledge that will enhance their job prospects by working in a fast -paced, challenging environment. 2/20/2018 RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FISCAL YEARS 2018-22 AND AMENDING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2017-18 FOR THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY RESOLVE AS FOLLOWS: that: Section 1. Recitals. The City Council hereby finds, determines and declares A. On June 13, 2017, the City Council adopted Resolution No. 17-33 "approving the City of Temecula Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Years 2018-22" (CIP). B. It is necessary to amend the 2017-18 appropriation for the Emergency Operations Center Improvements project to advance funding programmed in 2018-19 to 2017-18. C. Amend the 2017-18 appropriation to reflect $14,000 from DIF (Corporate Facilities) and $14,000 from EMPG (Grant). D. On May 17, 2017, the Planning Commission found the Capital Improvement Program consistent with the General Plan in accordance with Government Code Section 65401 of State Planning and Zoning Law. E. Adoption of this Amendment is categorically exempt from environmental review under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). Pursuant to Sections 15262 and 15061 (b) (3) of the State Guidelines for Implementation of CEQA, a project involving only feasibility or planning studies for possible future actions because it can be seen with certainty that this prioritizing and fund allocation program set forth in the Amendment cannot and does not have the potential to cause a significant effect on the environment. No Physical activity will occur until all required CEQA review is conducted at the time the physical improvements prioritized in the Amendment are undertaken. The Council reaffirms and incorporates herein the findings set forth in Section 1 of Resolution No. 17-33. Section 2. Amendment of CIP A. The City Council Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Years 2018-19 (CIP) is hereby amended to appropriate DIF(Corporate Facilities) and EMPG (Grant) funds to 2017-18 and remove the same funding from 2018-19, attached as Exhibit 1. B. The budget and appropriation for this project is set forth in Exhibit 1, and are hereby approved. Section 3. Certification: The City Clerk shall certify the adoption of this resolution. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this 27th day of February, 2018. 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. 18- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the 27th day of February, 2018, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk EXHIBIT 1 Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Years 2018-22 EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER IMPROVEMENTS Infrastructure / Other Project Project Description: This project provides communication infrastructure (radio, antenna, cable, power) to the City's Emergency Operations Center (EOC). Located at the Civic Center, the EOC provides a centralized location where public safety, emergency response, and support agencies coordinate planning, preparedness, and response activities in the event of a large scale emergency, thus ensuring the continuity of City operations. Benefit / Core Value: This project provides the City's Emergency Operations Center with communication capabilities in the event of a large scale emergency. In addition, this project satisfies the City's Core Value of A Safe and Prepared Community. Project Status: This project is estimated to be completed by the end of Fiscal Year 2018-19. Department: City Manager - Account No. 210.165.765 Level: I Project Cost: Prior Years Actual Expenditures Midyear FYE 2017 2017-18 Carryover Adopted 2018-19 2019-20 Budget Appropriation Projected Projected 2020-21 Projected 2021-22 Projected and Future Total Project Years Cost Fixtures/Furn/Equip $ 60,271 $ 15,603 $ 28,000 $ 103,874 Installation/Construction $ 9,741 $ 3,885 $ 13,626 Totals $ 70,012 $ 19,488 $ 28,000 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ 117,500 Source of Funds: Midyear Prior Years FYE 2017 2017-18 Actual Carryover Adopted Expenditures Budget Appropriation DIF (Corporate Facilities) EMPG (Grant)(1) $ 50,139 $ 19,873 $ 15,361 $ 14,000 $ 4,127 $ 14,000 Total Funding: 70,012 $ 19,488 $ 28,000 Future Operation & Maintenance Costs: (1) Emergency Management Performance Grant 2018-19 Projected 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 Projected Projected Projected Total Project Cost $ 79,500 $ 38,000 $ 117,500 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 � $ 500 I $ 510 1 CITY COUNCIL PUBLIC HEARING Item No. 12 Approvals City Attorney Director of Finance JA\-- City Manager CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Luke Watson, Director of Community Development DATE: February 27, 2018 SUBJECT: Approve the Town Square Market Place, a Development Plan to Allow for the Construction of an Approximately 87,280 Square Foot Commercial Center Comprised of Two 3 -Story Buildings with Basements Generally Located on Both Sides of Town Square Park on Main Street Adjacent to the Civic Center (Planning Application Number PA17-0324) PREPARED BY: Eric Jones, Associate Planner RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council conduct a Public Hearing and approve the Town Square Market Place Development Plan (PA17-0324) and adopt a resolution entitled: RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING PLANNING APPLICATION NO. PA17-0324, A DEVELOPMENT PLAN TO ALLOW FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN APPROXIMATELY 87,280 SQUARE FOOT COMMERCIAL CENTER COMPRISED OF TWO 3 - STORY BUILDINGS WITH BASEMENTS ON PROPERTY LOCATED ON BOTH SIDES OF TOWN SQUARE PARK ON MAIN STREET, ON THE WEST SIDE OF MERCEDES STREET, AND MAKING A FINDING OF EXEMPTION UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (CEQA) (APNS: 922-360-004, 922-360-005, 922-360-006, 922-360-007) BACKGROUND: The proposed project will allow for the development of the Town Square Market Place (Project), a Development Plan application within the Downtown Core District (DTC) of the Old Town Specific Plan (OTSP). The Project will allow for the development of two three-story buildings totaling approximately 43,640 square feet each (approximately 87,280 square feet for Project total). The Project will include a basement level. The Project is located on the north and south sections of the "Y" on Main Street, on the west side of Mercedes Street. Town Square Park is located between the two structures. Staff presented the Project to the Planning Commission February 7, 2018, with the recommendation that the Planning Commission recommend City Council approval of the Project subject to the Conditions of Approval. Two emails of support were received prior to the hearing and there were five public speakers at the hearing also lending their support. All Planning Commissioners at the hearing (Commissioner Turley-Trejo absent) expressed support for the Project. Commissioner Guerriero inquired as to the timing of the Project with the recently approved Truax Hotel. The applicant responded that they are working towards having both projects completed at the same time. The City is the current property owner of the Project site. Therefore, it is subject to a Disposition and Development Agreement (DDA). The Project is being brought before the City Council for consideration because the DDA states that the City Council must approve the Development Plan as a condition of the close of escrow. FISCAL IMPACT: None ATTACHMENTS: 1. Vicinity Map 2. Plan Reductions 3. City Council Resolution - Development Plan Exhibit A — Conditions of Approval 4. Planning Commission Resolution No. 18-02 Recommending Approval for a Development Plan 5. Planning Commission Staff Report Dated February 7, 2018 6. Public Correspondence 7. 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COLORED ELEVS BUILDING B CE -2 1 i% Nig I IF ,.. * L.t 1 rt ‘ / 1 Ili i Ili 'w 14,0411111111., 511111111 arliiiill ' .......--" h '11111111111 Air, 1,4 RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING PLANNING APPLICATION NO. PA17-0324, A DEVELOPMENT PLAN TO ALLOW FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN APPROXIMATELY 87,280 SQUARE FOOT COMMERCIAL CENTER COMPRISED OF TWO 3 -STORY BUILDINGS WITH BASEMENTS ON PROPERTY LOCATED ON BOTH SIDES OF TOWN SQUARE PARK ON MAIN STREET, ON THE WEST SIDE OF MERCEDES STREET, AND MAKING A FINDING OF EXEMPTION UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (CEQA) (APNS: 922- 360-004, 922-360-005, 922-360-006, 922-360-007) 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 February 16, 2017, Joe Holasek of the NOAA Group filed Planning Application No. PA17-0324, a Development Plan Application in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. B. The Application was processed including, but not limited to a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law. C. Pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) (Pub. Res. Code § 21000, et seq.) and the State CEQA Guidelines (14 Cal. Code Regs. § 14000, et seq.), the City is the lead agency for the Project. D. On February 7, 2018, the Planning Commission considered Development Plan Application No. PA17-0324 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 of or opposition to this matter. E. Following consideration of the entire record before it at the public hearing and due consideration of the Project the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 18-02 "A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL APPROVE PLANNING APPLICATION NO. PA17-0324, A DEVELOPMENT PLAN TO ALLOW FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN APPROXIMATELY 87,280 SQUARE FOOT COMMERCIAL CENTER COMPRISED OF TWO THREE-STORY BUILDINGS WITH BASEMENTS ON PROPERTY LOCATED ON BOTH SIDES OF TOWN SQUARE PARK ON MAIN STREET, ON THE WEST SIDE OF MERCEDES STREET, AND MAKING A FINDING OF EXEMPTION UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (CEQA) (APNS: 922-360-004, 922- 360-005, 922-360-006, 922-360-007)." F. On February 27, 2018 the City Council of the City of Temecula considered 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 City Council considered all the testimony and any comments received regarding the Project prior to and at the public hearing. G. All legal preconditions to the adoption of this Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Legislative Findings. The City Council in approving the Development Plan, pursuant to Temecula Municipal Code Section 17.05.010, hereby finds, determines and declares that: 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 project will allow for two commercial buildings that are in conformance with the requirements of the Old Town Specific Plan. Any use proposed for the project will be reviewed to ensure it is in conformance with the Old Town Specific Plan. The project will also be in conformance with Land Use Element Goal 7 and Policy 7.1 of the General Plan for Temecula. This goal and policy encourage revitalization of Old Town through implementation of the Old Town Specific Plan. For these reason, the uses will be in conformance with the General Plan for Temecula and with all applicable requirements of State Law and other Ordinances of the City. B. The overall development of the land is designed for the protection of the public health, safety, and general welfare; The project has been reviewed to ensure compliance with the Building, Development, and Fire Codes. These codes contain provisions designed to provide for the protection of the public health, safety, and general welfare. The project has been found to be consistent with these codes. Section 3. Environmental Findings. The City Council hereby makes the following environmental findings and determinations in connection with the approval of the Development Plan Application: A. In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act, the proposed project has been deemed to be categorically exempt from further environmental review (Section 15162, Subsequent EIRs and Negative Declarations); The project will allow for the development of two new commercial structures. The scope of these structures is within the parameters of the Old Town Specific Plan. In addition, the uses that will be permitted within the structures will be consistent with the Use Matrix of the Old Town Specific Plan. Therefore, the project is consistent with the previously certified Environmental Impact Report for the Old Town Specific Plan, and is exempt from further environmental review. Section 4. Conditions. The City Council of the City of Temecula approves Planning Application No. PA17-0324, a Development Plan to allow for the construction of an approximately 87,280 square foot commercial center comprised of two three-story buildings with basements on property located on both sides of Town Square Park on Main Street, on the west side of Mercedes Street, subject to the Conditions of Approval set forth on Exhibit A, attached hereto, and incorporated herein by this reference. 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 27th day of February, 2018. 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. 18- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the February 27, 2018, 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.: PA17-0324 Project Description: Town Square Marketplace Development Plan: A Development Plan to allow for the construction of an approximately 87,280 square foot commercial center comprised of two 3 -story buildings with basements. The project is generally located on either side of the Town Square on Main Street on the west side of Mercedes Street. Assessor's Parcel No.: 922-360-004 922-360-005 922-360-006 922-360-007 MSHCP Category: Commercial DIF Category: Retail Commercial TUMF Category: Retail Commercial Quimby Category: N/A (Non -Residential Project) New Street In -lieu of Fee: N/A (Non -Residential Project) Approval Date: February 27, 2018 Expiration Date: February 27, 2021 PLANNING DIVISION Within 48 Hours of the Approval 1. Filing Notice of Exemption. The applicant/developer shall deliver to the Planning Division a cashier's check or money order made payable to the County Clerk in the amount of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) for the County administrative fee, to enable the City to file the Notice of Exemption as provided under Public Resources Code Section 21152 and California Code of Regulations Section 15062. If within said 48-hour period the applicant/ developer has not delivered to the Planning Division the check as required above, the approval for the project granted shall be void by reason of failure of condition (Fish and Wildlife Code Section 711.4(c)). General Requirements 2. Indemnification of the City. The applicant and owner of the real property subject to this condition shall hereby agree to indemnify, protect, hold harmless, and defend the City and its attorneys from any and all claims, actions, awards, judgments, or proceedings against the City to attack, set aside, annul, or seek monetary damages resulting, directly or indirectly, from any action in furtherance of and the approval of the City, or any agency or instrumentality thereof, advisory agency, appeal board or legislative body including actions approved by the voters of the City, concerning the Planning Application. The City shall be deemed for purposes of this condition, to include any agency or instrumentality thereof, or any of its elected or appointed officials, officers, employees, consultants, contractors, legal counsel, and agents. City shall promptly notify both the applicant and landowner of any claim, action, or proceeding to which this condition is applicable and shall further cooperate fully in the defense of the action. The City reserves the right to take any and all action the City deems to be in the best interest of the City and its citizens in regards to such defense. 3. 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 3 -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. Time Extension. The Director of Community Development may, upon an application being filed prior to expiration, and for good cause, grant up to five extensions of time, one year at a time. 5. Consistency with Specific Plans. This project and all subsequent projects within this site shall be consistent with Specific Plan No. 5 (Old Town). 6. Compliance with EIR. The project and all subsequent projects within this site shall comply with all mitigation measures identified within EIR No. (2009071049). 7. 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. 8. Signage Permits. A separate building permit shall be required for all signage. 9. 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. 10. Graffiti. All graffiti shall be removed within 24 hours on telecommunication towers, equipment, walls, or other structures. 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. 12. Paint Inspection. The applicant shall paint a three -foot -by -three-foot section of the building for Planning Division inspection, prior to commencing painting of the building. 13. Photographic Prints. The applicant shall submit to the Planning Division for permanent filing two 8" X 10" glossy photographic color prints of the approved color and materials board and the colored architectural elevations. All labels on the color and materials board and elevations shall be readable on the photographic prints. 14. 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. 1) Tile Roof: Mudded "C" Tile Terracotta 2) Dome: Copper Color Fiberglass 3) Wall Planters & Moldings: Downing Sand SW2822 4) Cast Stone Columns and Capitals: Smooth Concrete, Classical White SW2829 5) Aluminum Clad Wood Windows, Color Seawolf 6) Heavy Timber Wood Posts with lattice, Guardrails, and Pickets: Stain Spanish Oak 7) Stone Cladding: Color Moonlight, Rough -Cut, Dry -Stacked 8) Ornamental Trim: Color Renwick Beige SW2805 9) Main Stucco: La Habra Mission Finish (smooth) Color Pure Ivory 10) Accent Stucco: La Habra Mission Finish (smooth) Color Clay 11) Decorative Wrought Iron: Color Black 15. Modifications or Revisions. The permittee shall obtain City approval for any modifications or revisions to the approval of this project. 16. Trash Enclosures. The trash enclosures shall be large enough to accommodate a recycling bin, as well as regular solid waste containers. 17. 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. 18. 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. 19. Transformer and Utility Locations. The final locations for the transformer, switch gearbox, and other utilities shall be determined prior to the submittal of construction drawings. 20. 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. 21. Public Art Ordinance. The applicant shall comply with the requirements of the City's Public Art Ordinance as defined in Section 5.08 of the Temecula Municipal Code. 22. Property Maintenance. All on-site landscaping, walls, fencing, recreational facilities, and on-site lighting shall be maintained by the property owner or maintenance association. 23. General. The Project will be required to be in compliance with all requirements and stipulations contained within the Disposition and Development Agreement contained on file. Prior to Issuance of Grading Permit 24. 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. 25. 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. 26. Archaeological/Cultural Resources Grading Note. The following shall be included in the Notes Section of the Grading Plan: "If at any time during excavation/construction of the site, archaeological/cultural resources, or any artifacts or other objects which reasonably appears to be evidence of cultural or archaeological resource are discovered, the property owner shall immediately advise the City of such and the City shall cause all further excavation or other disturbance of the affected area to immediately cease. The Director of Community Development at his/her sole discretion may require the property owner to deposit a sum of money it deems reasonably necessary to allow the City to consult and/or authorize an independent, fully qualified specialist to inspect the site at no cost to the City, in order to assess the significance of the find. Upon determining that the discovery is not an archaeological/ cultural resource, the Planning Director shall notify the property owner of such determination and shall authorize the resumption of work. Upon determining that the discovery is an archaeological/cultural resource, the Planning Director shall notify the property owner that no further excavation or development may take place until a mitigation plan or other corrective measures have been approved by the Planning Director." 27. Cultural Resources Treatment Agreement. The developer is required to enter into a Cultural Resources Treatment Agreement with the Pechanga Tribe. The agreement shall be in place prior to issuance of a grading permit. To accomplish this, the applicant should contact the Pechanga Tribe no less than 30 days and no more than 60 days prior to issuance of a grading permit. This Agreement will address the treatment and disposition of cultural resources, the designation, responsibilities, and participation of professional of professional Pechanga Tribal monitors during grading, excavation and ground disturbing activities; project grading and development scheduling; terms of compensation for the monitors; and treatment and final disposition of any cultural resources, sacred sites, and human remains discovered onsite. The Pechanga monitors authority to stop and redirect grading will be exercised in consultation with the project archaeologist in order to evaluate the significance of any potential resources discovered on the property. Pechanga and archaeological monitors shall be allowed to monitor all grading, excavation and groundbreaking activities, and shall also have the limited authority to stop and redirect grading activities should an inadvertent cultural resource be identified. 28. 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." 29. Archaeological Monitoring Notes. The following shall be included in the Notes Section of the Grading Plan: "A qualified archaeological monitor will be present and will have the authority to stop and redirect grading activities, in consultation with the Pechanga Tribe and their designated monitors, to evaluate the significance of any archaeological resources discovered on the property." 30. Tribal Monitoring Notes. The following shall be included in the Notes Section of the Grading Plan: "A Pechanga Tribal monitor will be present and will have the authority to stop and redirect grading activities, in consultation with the project archaeologist and their designated monitors, to evaluate the significance of any potential resources discovered on the property." 31. Relinquishment of Cultural Resources. The following shall be included in the Notes Section of the Grading Plan: "The landowner agrees to relinquish ownership of all cultural resources, including all archaeological artifacts that are found on the project area, to the Pechanga Tribe for proper treatment and disposition." 32. Preservation of Sacred Sites. The following shall be included in the Notes Section of the Grading Plan: "All sacred sites are to be avoided and preserved." 33. MSHCP Pre -Construction Survey. A 30 -day preconstruction survey, in accordance with MSHCP guidelines and survey protocol, shall be conducted prior to ground disturbance. The results of the 30 -day preconstruction survey shall be submitted to the Planning Division prior to scheduling the pre -grading meeting with Public Works. If construction is delayed or suspended for more than 30 days after the survey, the area shall be resurveyed. 34. Rough Grading Plans. A copy of the Rough Grading Plans shall be submitted and approved by the Planning Division. 35. Archaeologist Retained. Prior to beginning project construction, the Project Applicant shall retain a Riverside County qualified/City of Temecula approved archaeological monitor to monitor all ground -disturbing activities in an effort to identify any unknown archaeological resources. Any newly discovered cultural resource deposits shall be subject to a cultural resources evaluation (See PL -4). The archaeological monitor's authority to stop and redirect grading will be exercised in consultation with the Pechanga Tribe in order to evaluate the significance of any potential resources discovered on the property. Pechanga and archaeological monitors shall be allowed to monitor all grading, excavation and groundbreaking activities, and shall also have the limited authority to stop and redirect grading activities should an inadvertent cultural resource be identified. The archaeologist shall provide a final monitoring report at the end of all earthmoving activities to the City of Temecula, the Pechanga Tribe and the Eastern Information Center at UC, Riverside. 36. 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 37. Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee (TUMF). The City of Temecula adopted an ordinance on March 31, 2003 to collect fees 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. 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. 38. Downspouts. All downspouts shall be kept free of dents, crush points, and any other form of damage. If any damage occurs to the downspouts they shall be repaired or replaced. 39. Parcel Merger. A Parcel Merger application must be reviewed and recorded before the issuance of a building permit. 40. RTA Bus Stop Designs. RTA bus stop designs for the two revised locations must be completed prior to issuance of a building permit. 41. 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. 42. Photometric Plan. The applicant shall submit a photometric plan to the Planning Division, which meets the requirements of the Development Code and the Riverside County Palomar Lighting Ordinance 655. All exterior LED Tight fixtures shall be 3,000 kelvin or below. 43. Construction Landscaping and Irrigation Plans. Four (4) copies of 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. 44. 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. 45. 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." 46. 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. 47. 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. 48. 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. 49. 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. 50. Hardscapinq. The landscape plans shall include all hardscaping for equestrian trails and pedestrian trails within private common areas. 51. Precise Grading Plans. Precise Grading Plans shall be consistent with the approved rough grading plans including all structural setback measurements. 52. Building Construction Plans for Outdoor Areas. Building Construction Plans shall include detailed outdoor areas (including but not limited to trellises, decorative furniture, hardscape, etc.) to match the style of the building subject to the approval of the Director of Community Development. 53. Landscaping Requirement for Phased Development. If any phase or area of the project site is not scheduled for development within six months of the completion of grading, the landscaping plans shall indicate it will be temporarily landscaped and irrigated for dust and soil erosion control. 54 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. 55. 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. Prior to Release of Power, Building Occupancy or Any Use Allowed by This Permit 56. 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. 58. Installation of Site Improvements. All site improvements, including but not limited to, parking areas and striping shall be installed. 60. 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. 61. Compliance with Conditions of Approval. All of the foregoing conditions shall be complied with prior to occupancy or any use allowed by this permit. Outside Agencies 63. Flood Protection. Flood protection shall be provided in accordance with the Riverside County Flood Control Districts transmittal dated March 16, 2017, 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. 64. 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 August 10, 2017, a copy of which is attached. 65. Compliance with EMWD. The applicant shall comply with the recommendations set forth in the Eastern Municipal Water District's transmittal dated March 9, 2017, a copy of which is attached. 66. Compliance with RCWD. The applicant shall comply with the recommendations set forth in the Rancho California Water District's transmittal dated August 25, 2017, a copy of which is attached. 67. General. The applicant shall comply with the recommendations set forth in the Southern California Edison transmittal dated June 2, 2017, a copy of which is attached. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT General Requirements 68. 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. 69. 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. 70. Precise Grading Permit. A precise grading permit for on site improvements (outside of public right-of-way) shall be obtained from Public Works. 71. 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. 72. 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. 73. Street Improvement Plans. The developer shall submit public/private street improvement plans for review and approval by Public Works. The plans shall be in compliance with Caltrans and City codes/standards; and shall include, but not limited to, plans and profiles showing existing topography, existing/proposed utilities, proposed centerline, top of curb and flowline grades. 74. Private Drainage Facilities. All onsite drainage and water quality facilities shall be privately maintained. 75. Signing & Striping Plan. A signing & striping plan, designed by a registered civil engineer per the latest edition of Caltrans MUTCD standards, shall be included with the street improvement plans for approval. 76. 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. Prior to Issuance of a Grading Permit 77. 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 78. Erosion & Sediment Control Securities. The developer shall comply with the provisions of Chapter 24, Section 18.24.140 of the Temecula Municipal Code by posting security and entering into an agreement to guarantee the erosion & sediment control improvements. 79. 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 80. 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 Zink below: www.TemeculaCA.gov/WQMP 81. 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. 82. 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. 83. 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. 84. 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. 85. 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. 86. Bus Bays. Bus bays shall be designed at all existing and proposed bus stops as directed by Riverside Transit Agency and approved by Public Works. 87. 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. Prior to Issuance of Encroachment Permit(s) 88. 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. 89. 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. 90. Improvement Plans. All improvement plans (including but not limited to street, storm drain, traffic) shall be reviewed and approved by Public Works. 91. 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) 92. Construction of Street Improvements. All street improvement plans shall be approved by Public Works. The developer shall start construction of all public street improvements, as outlined below, in accordance to the City's Old Town Specific Plan and corresponding City standards. All street improvement designs shall provide adequate right-of-way and pavement transitions per Caltrans' standards to join existing street improvements. a. Improve Mercedes Street along property frontage — (Old Town Specific Plan Standard) to include installation of sidewalk, streetlights, drainage facilities, signing and striping, utilities (including but not limited to water and sewer) b. Improve Main Street along property frontage — (Old Town Specific Plan Standard modified) to include installation of sidewalk, streetlights, drainage facilities, signing and striping, pavers, utilities (including but not limited to water and sewer). c. Improve alley along Parcel 4 and 5 of the Official Map — (City of Temecula Standard modified width to 20 feet) — to include installation of full alley improvements, paving, concrete ribbon gutter, drainage facilities, utilities (including but not limited to water and sewer). 93. 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 94. 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. 95. 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. 96. 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. 97. 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 98. 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. 99. Compliance with Code. All design components shall comply with applicable provisions of the 2016 edition of the California Building, Plumbing and Mechanical Codes; 2016 California Electrical Code; California Administrative Code, 2016 California Energy Codes, 2016 California Green Building Standards, California Title 24 Disabled Access Regulations, and City of Temecula Municipal Code. 100. 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 building entrances. b. Van accessible parking located as close as possible to the building entrances. c. Accessible path of travel from parking to furthest point of improvement. d. Accessible path of travel from public right-of-way to all public areas on site, including trash enclosure. 101. 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. 102. 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. 103. 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. 104. Obtain Approvals Prior to Construction. Applicant must obtain all building plans and permit approvals prior to commencement of any construction work. 105. Obtaining Separate Approvals and Permits. Patio covers, light standards, and any block walls will require separate approvals and permits. Solid covers are required over new and existing trash enclosures. 106. Demolition. Demolition permits require separate approvals and permits. 107. Sewer and Water Plan Approvals. On-site sewer and water plans will require separate approvals and permits. 108. 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 Ordinance 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. 109. 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. 110. 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. At Plan Review Submittal 111. Submitting Plans and Calculations. Applicant must submit to Building and Safety four (4) complete sets of plans and two (2) sets of supporting calculations for review and approval including: a. An electrical plan including load calculations and panel schedule, plumbing schematic, and mechanical plan applicable to scope of work. b. A Sound Transmission Control Study in accordance with the provisions of the Section 1207, of the 2016 edition of the California Building Code. c. A precise grading plan to verify accessibility for persons with disabilities. d. Truss calculations that have been stamped by the engineer of record of the building and the truss manufacturer engineer. Prior to Issuance of Grading Permit(s) 112. Onsite Water and Sewer Plans. Onsite water and sewer plans, submitted separately from the building plans, shall be submitted to Building and Safety for review and approval. 113. Demolition Permits. A demolition permit shall be obtained if there is an existing structure to be removed as part of the project. Prior to Issuance of Building Permit(s) 114. Plans Require Stamp of Registered Professional. Applicant shall provide appropriate stamp of a registered professional with original signature on the plans. Prior to Beginning of Construction 115. Pre -Construction Meeting. A pre -construction meeting is required with the building inspector prior to the start of the building construction. FIRE PREVENTION General Requirements 116. 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'/z" outlets) shall be located on fire access roads and adjacent public streets. For all Commercial 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 whether they are public or private. The upgrade of existing fire hydrants may be required (CFC Appendix C and Temecula City Ordinance 15.16.020). 117. 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. 118. Fire Flow. The Fire Prevention Bureau is required to set a minimum fire flow for the construction of all commercial buildings per CFC Appendix B. The developer shall provide for this project, a water system capable of delivering 4,000 GPM at 20 -PSI residual operating pressure for a 4 -hour duration for this commercial projects. The fire flow as given above has taken into account all information as provided. (CFC Appendix B and Temecula City Ordinance 15.16.020). Prior to Issuance of Grading Permit(s) 119. 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 City Ordinance 15.16.020). 120. 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 80,000 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 City Ordinance 15.16.020). 121. Gradient Of Access Roads. The gradient for fire apparatus access roads shall not exceed 15 percent (CFC Chapter 5 and City Ordinance 15.16.020). 122. 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 City Ordinance 15.16.020). Prior to Issuance of Building Permit(s) 123. 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. The Double Detector Check Valve will be in side the fire sprinkler riser room. The fire sprinkler riser room is only dedicated to fire equipment only and will not share with any other trades. (CFC Chapter 33 and Chapter 5). 124. 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. These plans must be submitted prior to the issuance of building permit. All control valves for each floor will be located in the fire sprinkler riser room. 125. 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. 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 126. 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). 127. Hydrant Verification. Hydrant locations shall be identified by the installation of reflective markers (blue dots) (City Ordinance 15.16.020). 128. 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 each fire riser sprinkler room (CFC Chapter 5). 129. 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. Commercial buildings shall have a minimum of 12 -inch numbers with suite numbers being a minimum of six inches in size. All suites shall have a minimum of 6 -inch high letters and/or numbers on both the front and rear doors. (CFC Chapter 5 and City Ordinance 15.16.020). 130. Site Plan. The applicant shall prepare and submit to the Fire Department for approval, a site plan designating fire lanes with appropriate lane painting and/or signs (CFC Chapter 5). POLICE DEPARTMENT General Requirements 131. 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. 132. 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. 133. Berm Height. Berms shall not exceed three feet in height. 134. Exterior Door Lighting. 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. 135. 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. 136. 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. 137. Commercial or Institutional Grade Hardware. All doors, windows, locking mechanisms, hinges, and other miscellaneous hardware shall be commercial or institution grade. 138. 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. 139. 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. 140. Roof Hatches. All roof hatches shall be painted "International Orange." 141. Rooftop Addressing. 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. 142. Public Telephones. Any public telephones located on the exterior of the buildings shall be placed in a well -lit, highly visible area, and installed with a "call -out only" feature to deter loitering. This feature is not required for public telephones installed within the interior of the buildings. 143. Knox Boxes. 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. 144. 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 Tess 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 award 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. 145. 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. 146. 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. JASON E. UHLEY General Manager -Chief Engineer RIVERSIDE COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT January 31, 2018 Mr. Eric Jones City of Temecula Community Development Department 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 1995 MARKET STREET RIVERSIDE, CA 92501 95 1.955.1200 FAX 951.788.9965 www.rcflood.org 218813 Ladies and Gentlemen: Re: PA 17-0324 The District does not usually review land divisions/land use cases or provide State Division of Real Estate letters/flood hazard reports for_projects that are located within incorporated cities. Exceptions are made for cases with 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). The District has not reviewed the proposed project in detail and the following comment does 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: • Attached are the District's comments for a previous proposal on this property, which still apply. (P8 211089) GENERAL INFORMATION This project may need to obtain an applicable National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit coverage from the State Water Resources Control Board or the California Regional Water Quality 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, then the City should require the applicant to provide all studies, calculations, plans and other information required to meet FEMA requirements, and should further require that 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 (LOMB) 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 1601/1603 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, MIKE WONG Engineering Project Manage c: Riverside County Planning Department Attn: Kristi Lovelady RM:sdh JASON E UHLFY (ieneral Manager -Chief Engineer City of Temecula Planning Department 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 RIVERSIDE COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT March 16, 2017 1995 MARKET STREET RIVERSIDE. CA 92501 951 955 1200 FAX 951.788.9965 www.rcflood.org 211089 Attention: Eric Jones Re: PA 17-0324 The 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 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: 1. This project is not impacted by District Master Drainage Plan facilities nor are other facilities of regional interest proposed. 2. This project is located within the limits of the District's Murrieta Creek/Temecula Valley Area Drainage Plan for which drainage fees have been adopted; 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 permits. Fees to be paid should be at the rate in effect at the time of issuance of the actual permit. 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. c: Riverside County Planning Department Attn: Kristi Lovelady EO:blm Very truly yours, DWIN QUINONEZ (J Engineering Project Manager County of Riverside DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH August 10, 2017 City of Temecula Planning Department Attn: Eric Jones 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 P.O. BOX 7909 • RIVERSIDE, CA 92513-7909 STEVE VAN STOCKUM, DIRECTOR SUBJECT: CITY OF TEMECULA — PA17-0324 TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE DEVELOPMENT PLAN Dear Mr. Jones: The project listed in the subject heading of this is the development plan to allow the construction of a 77,726 square foot commercial center comprised of two 3 story buildings with basements. This project is generally located on either side of the Town Square on Main Street, adjacent to the Civic Center in the City of Temecula. The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) offers the following comments: WATER AND WASTEWATER A general condition shall be placed on this project indicating that it will be serviced by Rancho California Water District (RCWD) for water and Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) for sanitary sewer service. As the sewer agency, EMWD shall have the responsibility of determining any grease interceptor or other requirements, including but not limited to sizing capacity and other structural specifications. Please note that it is the responsibility of the proposed facility to ensure that all requirements to receive potable water service and sanitary sewer service are met with the appropriate purveyors, as well as, all other applicable agencies. Note: A General Condition shall be placed on this project indicating that any existing wells and/or existing onsitc wastewater treatment systems (OWTS) shall be properly removed and/or destroyed under permit with the Department of Environmental Health (DEH). Office Locations • Blythe • Corona • Hemet • Indio • Murrieta • Palm Springs • Riverside Phone (888)722-4234 www.rivcoeh.org Ptf;;e 1 PA16-027!1, PA16 1450, PA16-1451 ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANUP PROGRAM (ECP) The Environmental Cleanup Program (ECP) has reviewed the environmental site assessment report submitted for this project. Based on the information provided in the report and with the provision that the information was accurate and representative of site conditions, the ECP concludes no further environmental assessment is required for this project. If 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 Program at (951) 955-8980, for further information. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MANAGEMENT BRANCH (HMMB) Prior to conducting a Building 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 FACILITY AND POOL AND SPA Prior to issuance of a building permit, the applicant shall be required to contact DEH District Environmental Services to determine the appropriate food facility or pool 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 INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE (IH) This department will no longer be conducting noise evaluations and review of any future noise reports will be the responsibility of the City of Temecula. This department does continue to recommend to the City that a noise study be conducted to ensure that all requirements for noise are met. Should you have any further questions or require further assistance, please contact me by email at kakim(wrivco.org or by phone at (951) 955-8980. Sincerely, Kristine Kim, REHS Environmental Protection and Oversight Division Land Use and Water Resources Program Page 2 PA17-0328 ORIGINAL itikx, EASTERN emwdMUNIcWAI WATER DISTRICT March 9, 2017 City of Temecula P.O. Box 9033 Temecula, Ca. 92589 Attn: Eric Jones Subject: Official Map No. 2008-0270686, Parcels 4,5,6,7. (APNs: 922-360-004, 922- 360-005, 922-360-006, 922-360-007) Town Square Marketplace Development Plan. The subject project may require sewer services from EMWD with the potential requirement for on-site and offsite facilities and associated easements to adequately serve the project demands from existing EMWD facilities. The details of said service connection points will be further detailed in a separate document, known as EMWD's Plan of Service (POS), to be developed by the project proponent. To that end, EMWD requires beginning dialogue with the project proponent at an early stage in site design and development, via a one-hour complimentary Due Diligence meeting. To set up this meeting, the project proponent should complete a Project Questionnaire (form NBD-058) and submit to EMWD. To download this form or for additional information, please visit our "New Development Process" web page, under the "Businesses" tab, at www.emwd.orq. This meeting will offer the following benefits: 1. Describe EMWD's development work -flow process 2. Identify project scope and parameters 3. Preliminary, high level review of the project within the context of existing infrastructure 4. Discuss potential candidacy for recycled water service Following the Due Diligence meeting, to proceed with this project, a POS will need to be developed by the developer's engineer, and reviewed/approved by EMWD prior to submitting improvement plans for Plan Check. The POS process will provide the following: 1. Technical evaluation of the project's preliminary design 2. Defined facility and easement requirements, i.e. approved POS 3. Potential facility oversizing and cost estimate of EMWD's participation 4. Exception: for feasibility evaluation of a purchase acquisition, only a conceptual facilities assessment may be developed. 2270 Trumble Road • P.O. Box 8300 • Perris, CA 92572-8300 T 951.928.3777 • F 951.928.6177 emwd.org If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me. Sincerely, Ma oun EI -Hage, M.S., P.E., Senior Civil Engineer Business Phone: 951-928-3777 Extension x4468 e-mail: EI-hagernc emwd.orq Rancho Water Board of Directors Stephen J. Corona President Ben R. Drake Senior Vice President Lisa D. Herman John E. Hoagland Danny J. Martin William E. Plummer Bill J. Wilson Officers Jeffrey D. Armstrong General Manager Eva Plajaer, P.E. Assistant General Manager Engineering and Operations Richard R. Aragon. CPFO Director of Financeareasurer Jason A. Martin Director of Administration Andrew L. Webster, P.E. Chiel Engineer Kelli E. Garcia District Secretary James B. Gilpin Best Best & Krieger LLP General Counsel April 25, 2017 Eric Jones, City Planner City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Post Office Box 9033 Temecula, CA 92589-9033 SUBJECT: WATER AVAILABILITY PARCEL NOS. 4, 5, 6, AND 7 OF PARCEL MAP 001/020; PLOT PLAN NO. PA17-0324; APNS 922-360-004, 922-360-005, 922-360-006, AND 922-360-007 [JOE HOLASEK] Dear Mr. Jones; Please be advised that the above -referenced project/property is located within the service boundaries of Rancho California Water District (RCWD/District). The subject project/property fronts an existing 12 -inch diameter water pipeline (1305 Pressure Zone) within Main Street and an existing 24 -inch diameter water pipeline (1305 Pressure Zone) within Mercedes Street. Please refer to the enclosed exhibit map. Water service to the subject project/property exists under Account No. 3004758, Location No. 2003786 (Parcel No. 4), Account No. 3004759, Location No. 2003787 (Parcel No. 6), and Account No. 3004760, Location No. 2003788 (Parcel No. 7). Additions or modifications to water/sewer service arrangements are subject to the Rules and Regulations (governing) Water System Facilities and Service, as well as the completion of financial arrangements between RCWD and the property owner. Water service to individual lots will require the extension of water facilities within dedicated public and/or private right-of-ways. Individual water meters will be required for each lot and/or project unit, including separate water 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, RCWD requires execution and recordation of a Reciprocal Easement and Maintenance Agreement or equivalent document of covenants, codes, and restrictions. Rancho California Writer District l' 119 Winchester Rodd • Post thrice Bus 90I % • Temecula. California 92589.901 7 • 1951) 296.6900 • FAX 1951 ! 296 6860 • www ranclnwater cont Eric Jones/City or Temecula April 25, 2017 Page Two Water availability is contingent upon the property owner(s) signing an Agency Agreement that assigns water management rights, if any, to RCWD. In addition, water availability is subject to water supply shortage contingency measures in effect (pursuant to RCWD'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 RCWD and the property owner. Requirements for the use of recycled water are available from RCWD. As soon as feasible, and prior to the preparation of California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) documents, the project proponent should contact RCWD 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 RCWD 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 RCWD's Groundwater Protection Policy. If you should have any questions or need additional information, please contact an Engineering Technician at the District office at (95 1) 296-6900. Sincerely, RANCHO CALIFORNIA WATER DISTRICT Erica Peter Engineering Technician Enclosure: Exhibit Map cc: Jeff Kirshberg, Water Resources Manager Gregory Gill, Associate Engineer Corry Smith, Engineering Services Supervisor Joe Holasek, NOAA Group 17\EP:hab013\F4501FEG Rancho California WuIer District 42135 Winchester Road • Post Office Box 9017 • Temecula. California 92589-9017 • 19511296.6900 • FAX (951 ) 296-6860 • www ranchowater.com N w P�. E SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA IDISON An EI)ISON INTERNATIONAL Compmi' City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Attention: Planning Department Subject: Truax Marketplace (CMA012001) June 2, 2017 Please be advised that the division of the property shown on Truax Marketplace (CMA012001) will not unreasonably interfere with the free and complete exercise of any facilities and/or easements held by Southern California Edison Company within the boundaries of said map. This letter should not be construed as a subordination of the Company's rights, title and interest in and to said easement(s), nor should this letter be construed as a waiver of any of the provisions contained in said easement(s) or a waiver of costs for relocation of any affected facilities. In the event that the development requires relocation of facilities, on the subject property, which facilities exist by right of easement or otherwise, the owner/developer will be requested to bear the cost of such relocation and provide Edison with suitable replacement rights. Such costs and replacement rights are required prior to the performance of the relocation. If you have any questions, or need additional information in connection with the subject subdivision, please contact me at (9074-1087. cc: Butsko Utility Design, Inc. 2 Innovation Way Pomona, C1 91768 Ivador Flores Title and Real Estate Services Real Properties PC RESOLUTION NO. 18-02 A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL APPROVE PLANNING APPLICATION NO. PA17-0324, A DEVELOPMENT PLAN TO ALLOW FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN APPROXIMATELY 87,280 SQUARE FOOT COMMERCIAL CENTER COMPRISED OF TWO THREE-STORY BUILDINGS WITH BASEMENTS. THE PROJECT IS GENERALLY LOCATED ON BOTH SIDES OF TOWN SQUARE PARK ON MAIN STREET, ON THE WEST SIDE OF MERCEDES STREET, AND MAKING A FINDING OF EXEMPTION UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (CEQA) (APN: 922-360- 004, 922-360-005, 922-360-006, 922-360-007) Section 1. Procedural Findings. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. On February 16, 2017, Joe Holasek of the NOAA Group filed Planning Application No. PA17-0324, a Development Plan Application, in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. B. The Application was processed including, but not limited to a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law. C. Pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) (Pub. Res. Code § 21000, et seq.) and the State CEQA Guidelines (14 Cal.Code Regs. § 14000, et seq.), the City is the lead agency for the Project. D. The Planning Commission, at a regular meeting, considered the Application and environmental review on February 7, 2018, 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. E. All legal preconditions to the adoption of the Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Further Findings. The Planning Commission, in approving the Application hereby finds, determines and declares that: Development Plan, Development Code Section 17.05.010.F 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 project will allow for two commercial buildings that are in conformance with the requirements of the Old Town Specific Plan. Any use proposed for the project will be reviewed to ensure it is in conformance with the Old Town Specific Plan. The project will also be in conformance with Land Use Element Goal 7 and Policy 7.1 of the General Plan for Temecula. This goal and policy encourage revitalization of Old Town through implementation of the Old Town Specific Plan. For these reason, the uses will be in conformance with the General Plan for Temecula and with all applicable requirements of State Law and other Ordinances of the City. B. The overall development of the land is designed for the protection of the public health, safety, and general welfare. The project has been reviewed to ensure compliance with the Building, Development, and Fire Codes. These codes contain provisions designed to provide for the protection of the public health, safety, and general welfare. The project has been found to be consistent with these codes. Section 3. Environmental Findings. The Planning Commission hereby makes the following environmental findings and determinations in connection with the approval of the Development Plan Application: In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act, the proposed project has been deemed to be categorically exempt from further environmental review (Section 15162, Subsequent EIRs and Negative Declarations); The project will allow for the development of two new commercial structures. The scope of these structures is within the parameters of the Old Town Specific Plan. In addition, the uses that will be permitted within the structures will be consistent with the Use Matrix of the Old Town Specific Plan. Therefore, the project is consistent with the previously certified Environmental Impact Report for the Old Town Specific Plan, and is exempt from further environmental review. Section 4. Conditions. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula recommends City Council Approval of Planning Application No. PA17-0324, a Development Plan to allow for the construction of an approximately 87,280 square foot commercial center comprised of two three-story buildings with basements. The project is generally located on both sides of Town Square Park on Main Street adjacent to the Civic Center, subject to the Conditions of Approval set forth on Exhibit A, attached hereto, and incorporated herein by this reference. Section 5. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City of Temecula Planning Commission this 7th day of February, 2018. ATTEST: Lu a Watson Secretary [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE )ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) You ns, Chairman I, Luke Watson, Secretary of the Temecula Planning Commission, do hereby certify that the forgoing PC Resolution No. 18-02 was duly and regularly adopted by the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula at a regular meeting thereof held on the 7th day of February, 2017, by the following vote: AYES: 4 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: Guerriero, Telesio, Watts, Youmans NOES: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: None ABSENT: 1 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: Turley-Trejo ABSTAIN: 0 PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: None Luke Watson Secretary RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING PLANNING APPLICATION NO. PA17-0324, A DEVELOPMENT PLAN TO ALLOW FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN APPROXIMATELY 87,280 SQUARE FOOT COMMERCIAL CENTER COMPRISED OF TWO THREE-STORY BUILDINGS WITH BASEMENTS ON PROPERTY LOCATED ON BOTH SIDES OF TOWN SQUARE PARK ON MAIN STREET, ON THE WEST SIDE OF MERCEDES STREET, AND MAKING A FINDING OF EXEMPTION UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (CEQA) (APNS: 922- 360-004, 922-360-005, 922-360-006, 922-360-007) 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 February 16, 2017, Joe Holasek of the NOAA Group filed Planning Application No. PA17-0324, a Development Plan Application in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. B. The Application was processed including, but not limited to a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law. C. Pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) (Pub. Res. Code § 21000, et seq.) and the State CEQA Guidelines (14 Cal. Code Regs. § 14000, et seq.), the City is the lead agency for the Project. D. On February 7, 2018, the Planning Commission considered Development Plan Application No. PA17-0324 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 of or opposition to this matter. E. Following consideration of the entire record before it at the public hearing and due consideration of the Project the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 18- , "A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL APPROVE PLANNING APPLICATION NO. PA17-0324, A DEVELOPMENT PLAN TO ALLOW FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN APPROXIMATELY 87,280 SQUARE FOOT COMMERCIAL CENTER COMPRISED OF TWO THREE-STORY BUILDINGS WITH BASEMENTS ON PROPERTY LOCATED ON BOTH SIDES OF TOWN SQUARE PARK ON MAIN STREET, ON THE WEST SIDE OF MERCEDES STREET, AND MAKING A FINDING OF EXEMPTION UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (CEQA) (APNS: 922-360-004, 922-360-005, 922-360-006, 922-360-007)." F. On the City Council of the City of Temecula considered 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 City Council considered all the testimony and any comments received regarding the Project prior to and at the public hearing. G. All legal preconditions to the adoption of this Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Legislative Findings. The City Council in approving the Development Plan, pursuant to Temecula Municipal Code Section 17.05.010, hereby finds, determines and declares that: 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 project will allow for two commercial buildings that are in conformance with the requirements of the Old Town Specific Plan. Any use proposed for the project will be reviewed to ensure it is in conformance with the Old Town Specific Plan. The project will also be in conformance with Land Use Element Goal 7 and Policy 7.1 of the General Plan for Temecula. This goal and policy encourage revitalization of Old Town through implementation of the Old Town Specific Plan. For these reason, the uses will be in conformance with the General Plan for Temecula and with all applicable requirements of State Law and other Ordinances of the City. B. The overall development of the land is designed for the protection of the public health, safety, and general welfare; The project has been reviewed to ensure compliance with the Building, Development, and Fire Codes. These codes contain provisions designed to provide for the protection of the public health, safety, and general welfare. The project has been found to be consistent with these codes. Section 3. Environmental Findings. The City Council hereby makes the following environmental findings and determinations in connection with the approval of the Development Plan Application: A. In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act, the proposed project has been deemed to be categorically exempt from further environmental review (Section 15162, Subsequent EIRs and Negative Declarations); The project will allow for the development of two new commercial structures. The scope of these structures is within the parameters of the Old Town Specific Plan. In addition, the uses that will be permitted within the structures will be consistent with the Use Matrix of the Old Town Specific Plan. Therefore, the project is consistent with the previously certified Environmental Impact Report for the Old Town Specific Plan, and is exempt from further environmental review. Section 4. Conditions. The City Council of the City of Temecula approves Planning Application No. PA17-0324, a Development Plan to allow for the construction of an approximately 87,280 square foot commercial center comprised of two three-story buildings with basements on property located on both sides of Town Square Park on Main Street, on the west side of Mercedes Street, subject to the Conditions of Approval set forth on Exhibit A, attached hereto, and incorporated herein by this reference. 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 day of , 2018. ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE ) ss CITY OF TEMECULA ) Matt Rahn, Mayor I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution No. 18- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the day of , 2018, 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.: PA17-0324 Project Description: Town Square Marketplace Development Plan: A Development Plan to allow for the construction of an approximately 87,280 square foot commercial center comprised of two 3 -story buildings with basements. The project is generally located on either side of the Town Square on Main Street adjacent to the Civic Center (APN 922-360-005, 004, 006, and 007). Assessor's Parcel No.: 922-360-006 922-360-004 922-360-007 922-360-005 MSHCP Category: Commercial DIF Category: Retail Commercial TUMF Category: Retail Commercial Quimby Category: N/A (Non -Residential Project) New Street In -lieu of Fee: N/A (Non -Residential Project) Approval Date: February 27, 2018 Expiration Date: February 27, 2021 PLANNING DIVISION Within 48 Hours of the Approval 1. Filing Notice of Exemption. The applicant/developer shall deliver to the Planning Division a cashier's check or money order made payable to the County Clerk in the amount of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) for the County administrative fee, to enable the City to file the Notice of Exemption as provided under Public Resources Code Section 21152 and California Code of Regulations Section 15062. If within said 48-hour period the applicant/ developer has not delivered to the Planning Division the check as required above, the approval for the project granted shall be void by reason of failure of condition (Fish and Wildlife Code Section 711.4(c)). General Requirements 2. Indemnification of the City. The applicant and owner of the real property subject to this condition shall hereby agree to indemnify, protect, hold harmless, and defend the City and its attorneys from any and all claims, actions, awards, judgments, or proceedings against the City to attack, set aside, annul, or seek monetary damages resulting, directly or indirectly, from any action in furtherance of and the approval of the City, or any agency or instrumentality thereof, advisory agency, appeal board or legislative body including actions approved by the voters of the City, concerning the Planning Application. The City shall be deemed for purposes of this condition, to include any agency or instrumentality thereof, or any of its elected or appointed officials, officers, employees, consultants, contractors, legal counsel, and agents. City shall promptly notify both the applicant and landowner of any claim, action, or proceeding to which this condition is applicable and shall further cooperate fully in the defense of the action. The City reserves the right to take any and all action the City deems to be in the best interest of the City and its citizens in regards to such defense. 3. 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 3 -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. 4. Time Extension. The Director of Community Development may, upon an application being filed prior to expiration, and for good cause, grant up to five extensions of time, one year at a time. 5. Consistency with Specific Plans. This project and all subsequent projects within this site shall be consistent with Specific Plan No. 5 (Old Town). 6. Compliance with EIR. The project and all subsequent projects within this site shall comply with all mitigation measures identified within EIR No. (2009071049). 7. 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. 8. Signage Permits. A separate building permit shall be required for all signage. 9. 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. 10. Graffiti. All graffiti shall be removed within 24 hours on telecommunication towers, equipment, walls, or other structures. 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 Teaks 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. 12. Paint Inspection. The applicant shall paint a three -foot -by -three-foot section of the building for Planning Division inspection, prior to commencing painting of the building. 13. Photographic Prints. The applicant shall submit to the Planning Division for permanent filing two 8" X 10" glossy photographic color prints of the approved color and materials board and the colored architectural elevations. All labels on the color and materials board and elevations shall be readable on the photographic prints. 14. 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. 1) Tile Roof: Mudded "C" Tile Terracotta 2) Dome: Copper Color Fiberglass 3) Wall Planters & Moldings: Downing Sand SW2822 4) Cast Stone Columns and Capitals: Smooth Concrete, Classical White SW2829 5) Aluminum Clad Wood Windows, Color Seawolf 6) Heavy Timber Wood Posts with lattice, Guardrails, and Pickets: Stain Spanish Oak 7) Stone Cladding: Color Moonlight, Rough -Cut, Dry -Stacked 8) Ornamental Trim: Color Renwick Beige SW2805 9) Main Stucco: La Habra Mission Finish (smooth) Color Pure Ivory 10) Accent Stucco: La Habra Mission Finish (smooth) Color Clay 11) Decorative Wrought Iron: Color Black 15. Modifications or Revisions. The permittee shall obtain City approval for any modifications or revisions to the approval of this project. 16. Trash Enclosures. The trash enclosures shall be large enough to accommodate a recycling bin, as well as regular solid waste containers. 17. 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. 18. 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. 19. Transformer and Utility Locations. The final locations for the transformer, switch gearbox, and other utilities shall be determined prior to the submittal of construction drawings. 20. 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. 21. Public Art Ordinance. The applicant shall comply with the requirements of the City's Public Art Ordinance as defined in Section 5.08 of the Temecula Municipal Code. 22. Property Maintenance. All on-site landscaping, walls, fencing, recreational facilities, and on-site lighting shall be maintained by the property owner or maintenance association. 23. General. The Project will be required to be in compliance with all requirements and stipulations contained within the Disposition and Development Agreement contained on file. Prior to Issuance of Grading Permit 24. 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. 25. 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. 26. Archaeological/Cultural Resources Grading Note. The following shall be included in the Notes Section of the Grading Plan: "If at any time during excavation/construction of the site, archaeological/cultural resources, or any artifacts or other objects which reasonably appears to be evidence of cultural or archaeological resource are discovered, the property owner shall immediately advise the City of such and the City shall cause all further excavation or other disturbance of the affected area to immediately cease. The Director of Community Development at his/her sole discretion may require the property owner to deposit a sum of money it deems reasonably necessary to allow the City to consult and/or authorize an independent, fully qualified specialist to inspect the site at no cost to the City, in order to assess the significance of the find. Upon determining that the discovery is not an archaeological/ cultural resource, the Planning Director shall notify the property owner of such determination and shall authorize the resumption of work. Upon determining that the discovery is an archaeological/cultural resource, the Planning Director shall notify the property owner that no further excavation or development may take place until a mitigation plan or other corrective measures have been approved by the Planning Director." 27. Cultural Resources Treatment Agreement. The developer is required to enter into a Cultural Resources Treatment Agreement with the Pechanga Tribe. The agreement shall be in place prior to issuance of a grading permit. To accomplish this, the applicant should contact the Pechanga Tribe no less than 30 days and no more than 60 days prior to issuance of a grading permit. This Agreement will address the treatment and disposition of cultural resources, the designation, responsibilities, and participation of professional of professional Pechanga Tribal monitors during grading, excavation and ground disturbing activities; project grading and development scheduling; terms of compensation for the monitors; and treatment and final disposition of any cultural resources, sacred sites, and human remains discovered onsite. The Pechanga monitor's authority to stop and redirect grading will be exercised in consultation with the project archaeologist in order to evaluate the significance of any potential resources discovered on the property. Pechanga and archaeological monitors shall be allowed to monitor all grading, excavation and groundbreaking activities, and shall also have the limited authority to stop and redirect grading activities should an inadvertent cultural resource be identified. 28. 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." 29. Archaeological Monitoring Notes. The following shall be included in the Notes Section of the Grading Plan: "A qualified archaeological monitor will be present and will have the authority to stop and redirect grading activities, in consultation with the Pechanga Tribe and their designated monitors, to evaluate the significance of any archaeological resources discovered on the property." 30. Tribal Monitoring Notes. The following shall be included in the Notes Section of the Grading Plan: "A Pechanga Tribal monitor will be present and will have the authority to stop and redirect grading activities, in consultation with the project archaeologist and their designated monitors, to evaluate the significance of any potential resources discovered on the property." 31. Relinquishment of Cultural Resources. The following shall be included in the Notes Section of the Grading Plan: "The landowner agrees to relinquish ownership of all cultural resources, including all archaeological artifacts that are found on the project area, to the Pechanga Tribe for proper treatment and disposition." 32. Preservation of Sacred Sites. The following shall be included in the Notes Section of the Grading Plan: "All sacred sites are to be avoided and preserved." 33. MSHCP Pre -Construction Survey. A 30 -day preconstruction survey, in accordance with MSHCP guidelines and survey protocol, shall be conducted prior to ground disturbance. The results of the 30 -day preconstruction survey shall be submitted to the Planning Division prior to scheduling the pre -grading meeting with Public Works. If construction is delayed or suspended for more than 30 days after the survey, the area shall be resurveyed. 34. Rough Grading Plans. A copy of the Rough Grading Plans shall be submitted and approved by the Planning Division. 35. Archaeologist Retained. Prior to beginning project construction, the Project Applicant shall retain a Riverside County qualified/City of Temecula approved archaeological monitor to monitor all ground -disturbing activities in an effort to identify any unknown archaeological resources. Any newly discovered cultural resource deposits shall be subject to a cultural resources evaluation (See PL -4). The archaeological monitors authority to stop and redirect grading will be exercised in consultation with the Pechanga Tribe in order to evaluate the significance of any potential resources discovered on the property. Pechanga and archaeological monitors shall be allowed to monitor all grading, excavation and groundbreaking activities, and shall also have the limited authority to stop and redirect grading activities should an inadvertent cultural resource be identified. The archaeologist shall provide a final monitoring report at the end of all earthmoving activities to the City of Temecula, the Pechanga Tribe and the Eastern Information Center at UC, Riverside. 36 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 37. Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee (TUMF). The City of Temecula adopted an ordinance on March 31, 2003 to collect fees 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. 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. 38. Downspouts. All downspouts shall be kept free of dents, crush points, and any other form of damage. If any damage occurs to the downspouts they shall be repaired or replaced. 39. Parcel Merger. A Parcel Merger application must be reviewed and recorded before the issuance of a building permit. 40. RTA Bus Stop Designs. RTA bus stop designs for the two revised locations must be completed prior to issuance of a building permit. 41. 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. 42. Photometric Plan. The applicant shall submit a photometric plan 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. 43. Construction Landscaping and Irrigation Plans. Four (4) copies of 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. 44. 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. 45. 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." 46. 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. 47. 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. 48. 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. 49. 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. 50. Hardscapinq. The landscape plans shall include all hardscaping for equestrian trails and pedestrian trails within private common areas. 51. Precise Grading Plans. Precise Grading Plans shall be consistent with the approved rough grading plans including all structural setback measurements. 52. Building Construction Plans for Outdoor Areas. Building Construction Plans shall include detailed outdoor areas (including but not limited to trellises, decorative furniture, hardscape, etc.) to match the style of the building subject to the approval of the Director of Community Development. 53. Landscaping Requirement for Phased Development. If any phase or area of the project site is not scheduled for development within six months of the completion of grading, the landscaping plans shall indicate it will be temporarily landscaped and irrigated for dust and soil erosion control. 54. 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. 55. 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. Prior to Release of Power, Building Occupancy or Any Use Allowed by This Permit 56. 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. 58. Installation of Site Improvements. All site improvements, including but not limited to, parking areas and striping shall be installed. 60. 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. 61. Compliance with Conditions of Approval. All of the foregoing conditions shall be complied with prior to occupancy or any use allowed by this permit. Outside Agencies 63. Flood Protection. Flood protection shall be provided in accordance with the Riverside County Flood Control Districts transmittal dated March 16, 2017, 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. 64. 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 August 10, 2017, a copy of which is attached. 65. Compliance with EMWD. The applicant shall comply with the recommendations set forth in the Eastern Municipal Water District's transmittal dated March 9, 2017, a copy of which is attached. 66. Compliance with RCWD. The applicant shall comply with the recommendations set forth in the Rancho California Water District's transmittal dated August 25, 2017, a copy of which is attached. 67. General. The applicant shall comply with the recommendations set forth in the Southern California Edison transmittal dated June 2, 2017, a copy of which is attached. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT General Requirements 68. 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. 69. 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. 70. Precise Grading Permit. A precise grading permit for on site improvements (outside of public right-of-way) shall be obtained from Public Works. 71. 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. 72. 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. 73. Street Improvement Plans. The developer shall submit public/private street improvement plans for review and approval by Public Works. The plans shall be in compliance with Caltrans and City codes/standards; and shall include, but not limited to, plans and profiles showing existing topography, existing/proposed utilities, proposed centerline, top of curb and flowline grades. 74. Private Drainage Facilities. All onsite drainage and water quality facilities shall be privately maintained. 75. Signing & Striping Plan. A signing & striping plan, designed by a registered civil engineer per the latest edition of Caltrans MUTCD standards, shall be included with the street improvement plans for approval. 76. 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. Prior to Issuance of a Grading Permit 77. 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 78. Erosion & Sediment Control Securities. The developer shall comply with the provisions of Chapter 24, Section 18.24.140 of the Temecula Municipal Code by posting security and entering into an agreement to guarantee the erosion & sediment control improvements. 79. 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 80. 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 below: www.TemeculaCA.gov/WQMP 81. 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. 82. 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. 83. 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. 84, 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. 85. 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. 86. Bus Bays. Bus bays shall be designed at all existing and proposed bus stops as directed by Riverside Transit Agency and approved by Public Works. 87. 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. Prior to Issuance of Encroachment Permit(s) 88. 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. 89. 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. 90. Improvement Plans. All improvement plans (including but not limited to street, storm drain, traffic) shall be reviewed and approved by Public Works. 91. 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) 92. Construction of Street Improvements. All street improvement plans shall be approved by Public Works. The developer shall start construction of all public street improvements, as outlined below, in accordance to the City's Old Town Specific Plan and corresponding City standards. All street improvement designs shall provide adequate right-of-way and pavement transitions per Caltrans' standards to join existing street improvements. a. Improve Mercedes Street along property frontage — (Old Town Specific Plan Standard) to include installation of sidewalk, streetlights, drainage facilities, signing and striping, utilities (including but not limited to water and sewer) b. Improve Main Street along property frontage — (Old Town Specific Plan Standard modified) to include installation of sidewalk, streetlights, drainage facilities, signing and striping, pavers, utilities (including but not limited to water and sewer). c. Improve alley along Parcel 4 and 5 of the Official Map — (City of Temecula Standard modified width to 20 feet) — to include installation of full alley improvements, paving, concrete ribbon gutter, drainage facilities, utilities (including but not limited to water and sewer). 93. 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 94. 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. 95. 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. 96. 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. 97. 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 98. 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. 99. Compliance with Code. All design components shall comply with applicable provisions of the 2016 edition of the California Building, Plumbing and Mechanical Codes; 2016 California Electrical Code; California Administrative Code, 2016 California Energy Codes, 2016 California Green Building Standards, California Title 24 Disabled Access Regulations, and City of Temecula Municipal Code. 100. 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 building entrances. b. Van accessible parking located as close as possible to the building entrances. c. Accessible path of travel from parking to furthest point of improvement. d. Accessible path of travel from public right-of-way to all public areas on site, including trash enclosure. 101. 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. 102. 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. 103. 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. 104. Obtain Approvals Prior to Construction. Applicant must obtain all building plans and permit approvals prior to commencement of any construction work. 105. Obtaining Separate Approvals and Permits. Patio covers, light standards, and any block walls will require separate approvals and permits. Solid covers are required over new and existing trash enclosures. 106. Demolition. Demolition permits require separate approvals and permits. 107. Sewer and Water Plan Approvals. On-site sewer and water plans will require separate approvals and permits. 108. 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 Ordinance 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. 109. 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. 110. 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. At Plan Review Submittal 111. Submitting Plans and Calculations. Applicant must submit to Building and Safety four (4) complete sets of plans and two (2) sets of supporting calculations for review and approval including: a. An electrical plan including load calculations and panel schedule, plumbing schematic, and mechanical plan applicable to scope of work. b. A Sound Transmission Control Study in accordance with the provisions of the Section 1207, of the 2016 edition of the California Building Code. c. A precise grading plan to verify accessibility for persons with disabilities. d. Truss calculations that have been stamped by the engineer of record of the building and the truss manufacturer engineer. Prior to Issuance of Grading Permit(s) 112. Onsite Water and Sewer Plans. Onsite water and sewer plans, submitted separately from the building plans, shall be submitted to Building and Safety for review and approval. 113. Demolition Permits. A demolition permit shall be obtained if there is an existing structure to be removed as part of the project. Prior to Issuance of Building Permit(s) 114. Plans Require Stamp of Registered Professional. Applicant shall provide appropriate stamp of a registered professional with original signature on the plans. Prior to Beginning of Construction 115. Pre -Construction Meeting. A pre -construction meeting is required with the building inspector prior to the start of the building construction. FIRE PREVENTION General Requirements 116. 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 Commercial 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 whether they are public or private. The upgrade of existing fire hydrants may be required (CFC Appendix C and Temecula City Ordinance 15.16.020). 117. 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. 118. Fire Flow. The Fire Prevention Bureau is required to set a minimum fire flow for the construction of all commercial buildings per CFC Appendix B. The developer shall provide for this project, a water system capable of delivering 4,000 GPM at 20 -PSI residual operating pressure for a 4 -hour duration for this commercial projects. The fire flow as given above has taken into account all information as provided. (CFC Appendix B and Temecula City Ordinance 15.16.020). Prior to Issuance of Grading Permit(s) 119. 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 City Ordinance 15.16.020). 120. 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 80,000 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 City Ordinance 15.16.020). 121. Gradient Of Access Roads. The gradient for fire apparatus access roads shall not exceed 15 percent (CFC Chapter 5 and City Ordinance 15.16.020). 122. 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 City Ordinance 15.16.020). Prior to Issuance of Building Permit(s) 123. 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. The Double Detector Check Valve will be in side the fire sprinkler riser room. The fire sprinkler riser room is only dedicated to fire equipment only and will not share with any other trades. (CFC Chapter 33 and Chapter 5). 124. 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. These plans must be submitted prior to the issuance of building permit. All control valves for each floor will be located in the fire sprinkler riser room. 125. 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. 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 126. 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). 127. Hydrant Verification. Hydrant locations shall be identified by the installation of reflective markers (blue dots) (City Ordinance 15.16.020). 128. 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 each fire riser sprinkler room (CFC Chapter 5). 129. 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. Commercial buildings shall have a minimum of 12 -inch numbers with suite numbers being a minimum of six inches in size. All suites shall have a minimum of 6 -inch high letters and/or numbers on both the front and rear doors. (CFC Chapter 5 and City Ordinance 15.16.020). 130. Site Plan. The applicant shall prepare and submit to the Fire Department for approval, a site plan designating fire lanes with appropriate lane painting and/or signs (CFC Chapter 5). POLICE DEPARTMENT General Requirements 131. 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. 132. 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. 133. Berm Height. Berms shall not exceed three feet in height. 134. Exterior Door Lighting. 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. 135. 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. 136. 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. 137. Commercial or Institutional Grade Hardware. All doors, windows, locking mechanisms, hinges, and other miscellaneous hardware shall be commercial or institution grade. 138. 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. 139. 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. 140. Roof Hatches. All roof hatches shall be painted "International Orange." 141. Rooftop Addressing. 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. 142. Public Telephones. Any public telephones located on the exterior of the buildings shall be placed in a well -lit, highly visible area, and installed with a "call -out only" feature to deter loitering. This feature is not required for public telephones installed within the interior of the buildings. 143. Knox Boxes. 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. 144. 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 award 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. 145. 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. 146. 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. STAFF REPORT — PLANNING CITY OF TEMECULA PLANNING COMMISSION DATE OF MEETING: February 7, 2018 TO: Planning Commission Chairperson and members of the Planning Commission FROM: Luke Watson, Director of Community Development PREPARED BY: Eric Jones, Case Planner PROJECT Planning Application Number PA17-0324, Town Square Market SUMMARY: Place, a Development Plan to allow for the construction of an approximately 87,280 square foot commercial center comprised of two three-story buildings with basements. The project is generally located on both sides of Town Square Park on Main Street, on the west side of Mercedes Street (APNs: 922-360-004, 922-360-005, 922-360-006, 922-360-007) RECOMMENDATION: Adopt a Resolution recommending City Council approval of the project subject to Conditions of Approval CEQA: Exempt Section 15162, Subsequent EIRs and Negative Declarations PROJECT DATA SUMMARY Name of Applicant: Joe Holasek on Behalf of Truax Development General Plan Designation: Specific Plan Implementation (SPI) Zoning Designation: Old Town Specific Plan (SP -5) Existing Conditions/ Land Use: Lot Area: Site: Vacant North: Vacant Parcels / Specific Plan Implementation South: Existing Commercial, Vacant Parcel / Specific Plan Implementation East: Mercedes Street, Civic Center / Specific Plan Implementation West: Existing Commercial / Specific Plan Implementation Existing/Proposed Min/Max Allowable or Required 0.95 Acres 0.08 Acres Minimum Total Floor Area/Ratio: N/A N/A Landscape Area/Coverage: N/A N/A Parking Required/Provided: N/A N/A BACKGROUND SUMMARY On February 16, 2017, Joe Holasek of the NOAA Group, representing The Truax Group, submitted Planning Application PA17-0324 for the Town Square Market Place (Project), a Development Plan application within the Downtown Core District (DTC) of the Old Town Specific Plan (OTSP). The Project is located on property owned by the City. The parties entered into a Disposition and Development Agreement dated December 13, 2016 which provides that both the Planning Commission and the City Council must approve the Development Plan as a condition of the close of escrow. The Project will allow for the development of two three-story buildings totaling approximately 43,640 square feet each (approximately 87,280 square feet for Project total). The Project will include a basement level. The Project is located on the north and south sections of the "Y" on Main Street, on the west side of Mercedes Street. Town Square Park is located between the two structures. The Project was reviewed by the Town Square Market Place Planning Commission Subcommittee on June 21, 2017, and by the City Council Old Town Civic Center Subcommittee on July 24, 2017. The Project was reviewed by the Old Town Local Review Board on August 14, 2017. Staff has worked with the applicant to ensure that all concerns have been addressed, and the applicant concurs with the recommended Conditions of Approval. ANALYSIS Site Plan The Project will place a building on both sides of the existing Town Square Park. The buildings will contain a mix of retail and restaurant uses. A terrace bar will be located on the third floor of each building. Both buildings of the Project are designed to provide active street frontages along Main Street and Mercedes Street. This is accomplished by incorporating courtyards, restaurant and retail space along these streets. Pedestrians approaching either structure from Mercedes Street will walk through a colonnade containing multiple entrances to each structure. Steps will then take the patron into a large landscaped courtyard. This courtyard will serve as the main entrance to the Project and will lead into an outdoor patio area that can be used for outdoor dining. This patio will offer an elevated vantage point of the adjacent park due to the grade change between the east and west ends of the Project. Pedestrians can next enter the public right -of way and continue west and will come to an additional storefront and public restrooms with tower elements. Both buildings will follow this pedestrian experience. An alley is located directly behind the southern building. This elevation contains a pedestrian access point that connects the Project to the adjacent Truax Hotel parking garage that was approved under a different application. No alley exists behind the northern building. However, the applicant has provided ten feet of access between the structure and the property line. All utilities and trash will be accessed from the alley and 10 -foot access space. The Specific Plan establishes allowable frontage types appropriate for a vibrant public realm. The DTC district allows the following frontage types: Shop Front, Arcade, Gallery, Two -Story Gallery, and Forecourt. The proposed Project incorporates a combination of the Gallery and Forecourt frontage types for the structures. The buildings meet all design requirements and standards, including building height, size, and massing for this type. The Project is consistent with the OTSP and has proposed an effective design to create a vibrant streetscape. Architecture The architectural design of the buildings are consistent with the OTSP. The structures incorporate the Mission Revival architectural style allowed by the Specific Plan and the Project incorporates colors from the Sherwin Williams Preservation Palette (or similar). The Mission Revival style includes clay tile roofs, wrought iron detailing, wood trellises, and windows with recessed openings. Landscaping London Plane trees (36 -inch box) will be planted along Main Street. These trees will incorporate the tree grate specified in the OTSP and are in conformance with the Specific Plan. Other accent landscape material will be located throughout the Project in the courtyard and on various floors. LEGAL NOTICING REQUIREMENTS Notice of the public hearing was published in the U -T San Diego on January 25, 2018 and mailed to the property owners within the required 600 -foot radius. ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act, the proposed project has been deemed to be exempt from further environmental review (Section 15162, Subsequent EIRs and Negative Declarations) The project will allow for the development of two new commercial structures. The scope of these structures is within the parameters of the Old Town Specific Plan. In addition, the uses that will be permitted within the structures will be consistent with the Use Matrix of the Old Town Specific Plan. Therefore, the project is consistent with the previously certified Environmental Impact Report for the Old Town Specific Plan, and is exempt from further environmental review. FINDINGS Development Plans (Section 17.05.010.F) 1. 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 project will allow for two commercial buildings that are in conformance with the requirements of the Old Town Specific Plan. Any use proposed for the project will be reviewed to ensure it is in conformance with the Old Town Specific Plan. The project will also be in conformance with Land Use Element Goal 7 and Policy 7.1 of the General Plan for Temecula. This goal and policy encourage revitalization of Old Town through implementation of the Old Town Specific Plan. For these reason, the uses will be in conformance with the General Plan for Temecula and with all applicable requirements of State Law and other Ordinances of the City. 2. The overall development of the land is designed for the protection of the public health, safety, and general welfare. The project has been reviewed to ensure compliance with the Building, Development, and Fire Codes. These codes contain provisions designed to provide for the protection of the public health, safety, and general welfare. The project has been found to be consistent with these codes. ATTACHMENTS Vicinity Map Plan Reductions PC Resolution — Development Plan Exhibit A — City Council Resolution Exhibit A — Draft Conditions of Approval Notice of Public Hearing VICINITY MAP City of Temecula PAI 7-0324 NORTH 0 250 500 Feet This map was made by the City of Temecula Geographic Infcrmaion System The map is denved frorn base data prodtcetl by the Riverside County Assessor's Department and the Trensponalion end Land Management Agency of Riverside County The City of Temecula assures no warranty or legal responsibility for the Information contained on Ihs map Data and information represented on this map are subject to update and modification The Geographic Information System and other sources should be queried for he most current information This map is not for reprint or resale Systr>ms PLAN REDUCTIONS TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE OLD TOWN, LLC TRUAX DEVELOPMENT Ion : •-1tl TRP• it • TS -1 O VIC CTY MAP DESIGN 1NFOR`IATION ARO[TECT. nom wow 004 V L D.GEEFR. ▪ 040.11141 • MIL LANDSCAPE AIGa1ECT, 4144.4. 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I fil4n't 1,1 w;Pf 1ifINI�N�"il ix I aim t 0 a a E Ell Ell En Ell E fEll E[l LE - 1111®®ii -.1111 1 1 a NA - UES— COLORED ELEVS BUILDING A CE -1 N -� 61111119111311n113111itilliallill AVOW AVM AVM AWN AWN ,Y.9■ E. EL'S,' COLORED ELEVS UILDING CE -2 !U9 a I1 1 1,1 ._1111111111 idasial Mill!: iiii.1111111111,k1,7'1illii.ilii, ..._, 1 2,, . . „mg; 1 AY 115 irai IX V:: Z V' la: 1. V Mr. VIII ... . - i . r , r • • DRAFT PC RESOLUTION - DEVELOPMENT PLAN PC RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL APPROVE PLANNING APPLICATION NO. PA17-0324, A DEVELOPMENT PLAN TO ALLOW FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN APPROXIMATELY 87,280 SQUARE FOOT COMMERCIAL CENTER COMPRISED OF TWO THREE-STORY BUILDINGS WITH BASEMENTS ON PROPERTY LOCATED ON BOTH SIDES OF TOWN SQUARE PARK ON MAIN STREET, ON THE WEST SIDE OF MERCEDES STREET, AND MAKING A FINDING OF EXEMPTION UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (CEQA) (APNS: 922- 360-004, 922-360-005, 922-360-006, 922-360-007) Section 1. Procedural Findings. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. On February 16, 2017, Joe Holasek of the NOAA Group filed Planning Application No. PA17-0324, a Development Plan Application, in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. B. The Application was processed including, but not limited to a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law. C. Pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) (Pub. Res. Code § 21000, et seq.) and the State CEQA Guidelines (14 Cal.Code Regs. § 14000, et seq.), the City is the lead agency for the Project. D. The Planning Commission, at a regular meeting, considered the Application and environmental review on February 7, 2018, 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. E. All legal preconditions to the adoption of the Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Further Findings. The Planning Commission, in approving the Development Plan, pursuant to Temecula Municipal Code Section 17.05.010, hereby finds, determines and declares that: 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 project will allow for two commercial buildings that are in conformance with the requirements of the Old Town Specific Plan. Any use proposed for the project will be reviewed to ensure it is in conformance with the Old Town Specific Plan. The project will also be in conformance with Land Use Element Goal 7 and Policy 7.1 of the General Plan for Temecula. This goal and policy encourages revitalization of Old Town through implementation of the Old Town Specific Plan. For these reason, the uses will be in conformance with the General Plan for Temecula and with all applicable requirements of State Law and other Ordinances of the City. B. The overall development of the land is designed for the protection of the public health, safety, and general welfare. The project has been reviewed to ensure compliance with the Building, Development, and Fire Codes. These codes contain provisions designed to provide for the protection of the public health, safety, and general welfare. The project has been found to be consistent with these codes. Section 3. Environmental Findings. The Planning Commission hereby makes the following environmental findings and determinations in connection with the approval of the Development Plan Application: A. In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act, the proposed project has been deemed to be categorically exempt from further environmental review (Section 15162, Subsequent EIRs and Negative Declarations); The project will allow for the development of two new commercial structures. The scope of these structures is within the parameters of the Old Town Specific Plan. In addition, the uses that will be permitted within the structures will be consistent with the Use Matrix of the Old Town Specific Plan. Therefore, the project is consistent with the previously certified Environmental Impact Report for the Old Town Specific Plan, and is exempt from further environmental review. Section 4. Conditions. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula recommends City Council Approval of Planning Application No. PA17-0324, a Development Plan to allow for the construction of an approximately 87,280 square foot commercial center comprised of two three-story buildings with basements, subject to the Conditions of Approval set forth on Exhibit A, attached hereto, and incorporated herein by this reference. Section 5. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City of Temecula Planning Commission this 7th day of February, 2018. Gary Youmans, Chairman ATTEST: 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. 18- was duly and regularly adopted by the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula at a regular meeting thereof held on the 7th day of February, 2018, by the following vote: AYES: PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: NOES: PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: ABSENT: PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: ABSTAIN: PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: Luke Watson Secretary EXHIBIT A CITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION RESOLUTION NO. 18- A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA APPROVING PLANNING APPLICATION NO. PA17-0324, A DEVELOPMENT PLAN TO ALLOW FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN APPROXIMATELY 87,280 SQUARE FOOT COMMERCIAL CENTER COMPRISED OF TWO THREE-STORY BUILDINGS WITH BASEMENTS ON PROPERTY LOCATED ON BOTH SIDES OF TOWN SQUARE PARK ON MAIN STREET, ON THE WEST SIDE OF MERCEDES STREET, AND MAKING A FINDING OF EXEMPTION UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (CEQA) (APNS: 922- 360-004, 922-360-005, 922-360-006, 922-360-007) 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 February 16, 2017, Joe Holasek of the NOAA Group filed Planning Application No. PA17-0324, a Development Plan Application in a manner in accord with the City of Temecula General Plan and Development Code. B. The Application was processed including, but not limited to a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law. C. Pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) (Pub. Res. Code § 21000, et seq.) and the State CEQA Guidelines (14 Cal. Code Regs. § 14000, et seq.), the City is the lead agency for the Project. D. On February 7, 2018, the Planning Commission considered Development Plan Application No. PA17-0324 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 of or opposition to this matter. E. Following consideration of the entire record before it at the public hearing and due consideration of the Project the Planning Commission adopted Resolution No. 18- , "A RESOLUTION OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL APPROVE PLANNING APPLICATION NO. PA17-0324, A DEVELOPMENT PLAN TO ALLOW FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN APPROXIMATELY 87,280 SQUARE FOOT COMMERCIAL CENTER COMPRISED OF TWO THREE-STORY BUILDINGS WITH BASEMENTS ON PROPERTY LOCATED ON BOTH SIDES OF TOWN SQUARE PARK ON MAIN STREET, ON THE WEST SIDE OF MERCEDES STREET, AND MAKING A FINDING OF EXEMPTION UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (CEQA) (APNS: 922-360-004, 922-360-005, 922-360-006, 922-360-007)." F. On the City Council of the City of Temecula considered 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 City Council considered all the testimony and any comments received regarding the Project prior to and at the public hearing. G. All legal preconditions to the adoption of this Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Legislative Findings. The City Council in approving the Development Plan, pursuant to Temecula Municipal Code Section 17.05.010, hereby finds, determines and declares that: 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 project will allow for two commercial buildings that are in conformance with the requirements of the Old Town Specific Plan. Any use proposed for the project will be reviewed to ensure it is in conformance with the Old Town Specific Plan. The project will also be in conformance with Land Use Element Goal 7 and Policy 7.1 of the General Plan for Temecula. This goal and policy encourage revitalization of Old Town through implementation of the Old Town Specific Plan. For these reason, the uses will be in conformance with the General Plan for Temecula and with all applicable requirements of State Law and other Ordinances of the City. B. The overall development of the land is designed for the protection of the public health, safety, and general welfare; The project has been reviewed to ensure compliance with the Building, Development, and Fire Codes. These codes contain provisions designed to provide for the protection of the public health, safety, and general welfare. The project has been found to be consistent with these codes. Section 3. Environmental Findings. The City Council hereby makes the following environmental findings and determinations in connection with the approval of the Development Plan Application: A. In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act, the proposed project has been deemed to be categorically exempt from further environmental review (Section 15162, Subsequent EIRs and Negative Declarations); The project will allow for the development of two new commercial structures. The scope of these structures is within the parameters of the Old Town Specific Plan. In addition, the uses that will be permitted within the structures will be consistent with the Use Matrix of the Old Town Specific Plan. Therefore, the project is consistent with the previously certified Environmental Impact Report for the Old Town Specific Plan, and is exempt from further environmental review. Section 4. Conditions. The City Council of the City of Temecula approves Planning Application No. PA17-0324, a Development Plan to allow for the construction of an approximately 87,280 square foot commercial center comprised of two three-story buildings with basements on property located on both sides of Town Square Park on Main Street, on the west side of Mercedes Street, subject to the Conditions of Approval set forth on Exhibit A, attached hereto, and incorporated herein by this reference. 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 day of , 2018. 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. 18- was duly and regularly adopted by the City Council of the City of Temecula at a meeting thereof held on the day of , 2018, by the following vote: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSTAIN: COUNCIL MEMBERS: ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: Randi Johl, City Clerk EXHIBIT A DRAFT CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL Planning Application No.: Project Description: Assessor's Parcel No.: MSHCP Category: DIF Category: TUMF Category: Quimby Category: New Street In -lieu of Fee: Approval Date: Expiration Date: PLANNING DIVISION EXHIBIT A CITY OF TEMECULA DRAFT CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL PA 17-0324 Town Square Marketplace Development Plan: A Development Plan to allow for the construction of an approximately 87,280 square foot commercial center comprised of two 3 -story buildings with basements. The project is generally located on either side of the Town Square on Main Street adjacent to the Civic Center (APN 922-360-005, 004, 006, and 007). 922-360-006 922-360-004 922-360-007 922-360-005 Commercial Retail Commercial Retail Commercial N/A (Non -Residential Project) N/A (Non -Residential Project) Within 48 Hours of the Approval 1. Filing Notice of Exemption. The applicant/developer shall deliver to the Planning Division a cashier's check or money order made payable to the County Clerk in the amount of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) for the County administrative fee, to enable the City to file the Notice of Exemption as provided under Public Resources Code Section 21152 and California Code of Regulations Section 15062. If within said 48-hour period the applicant/ developer has not delivered to the Planning Division the check as required above, the approval for the project granted shall be void by reason of failure of condition (Fish and Wildlife Code Section 711.4(c)). General Requirements 2. Indemnification of the City. The applicant and owner of the real property subject to this condition shall hereby agree to indemnify, protect, hold harmless, and defend the City and its attorneys from any and all claims, actions, awards, judgments, or proceedings against the City to attack, set aside, annul, or seek monetary damages resulting, directly or indirectly, from any action in furtherance of and the approval of the City, or any agency or instrumentality thereof, advisory agency, appeal board or legislative body including actions approved by the voters of the City, concerning the Planning Application. The City shall be deemed for purposes of this condition, to include any agency or instrumentality thereof, or any of its elected or appointed officials, officers, employees, consultants, contractors, legal counsel, and agents. City shall promptly notify both the applicant and landowner of any claim, action, or proceeding to which this condition is applicable and shall further cooperate fully in the defense of the action. The City reserves the right to take any and all action the City deems to be in the best interest of the City and its citizens in regards to such defense. 3. 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 3 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. 4. Time Extension. The Director of Community Development may, upon an application being filed prior to expiration, and for good cause, grant up to five extensions of time, one year at a time. 5. Consistency with Specific Plans. This project and all subsequent projects within this site shall be consistent with Specific Plan No. 5 (Old Town). 6. Compliance with EIR. The project and all subsequent projects within this site shall comply with all mitigation measures identified within EIR No. (2009071049). 7. 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. 8. Signage Permits. A separate building permit shall be required for all signage. 9. 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. 10. Graffiti. All graffiti shall be removed within 24 hours on telecommunication towers, equipment, walls, or other structures. 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. 12. Paint Inspection. The applicant shall paint a three -foot -by -three-foot section of the building for Planning Division inspection, prior to commencing painting of the building. 13. Photographic Prints. The applicant shall submit to the Planning Division for permanent filing two 8" X 10" glossy photographic color prints of the approved color and materials board and the colored architectural elevations. All labels on the color and materials board and elevations shall be readable on the photographic prints. 14. 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 staff's 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. 1) Tile Roof: Mudded "C" Tile Terracotta 2) Dome: Copper Color Fiberglass 3) Wall Planters & Moldings: Downing Sand SW2822 4) Cast Stone Columns and Capitals: Smooth Concrete, Classical White SW2829 5) Aluminum Clad Wood Windows, Color Seawolf 6) Heavy Timber Wood Posts with lattice, Guardrails, and Pickets: Stain Spanish Oak 7) Stone Cladding: Color Moonlight, Rough -Cut, Dry -Stacked 8) Ornamental Trim: Color Renwick Beige SW2805 9) Main Stucco: La Habra Mission Finish (smooth) Color Pure Ivory 10) Accent Stucco: La Habra Mission Finish (smooth) Color Clay 11) Decorative Wrought Iron: Color Black 15. Modifications or Revisions. The permittee shall obtain City approval for any modifications or revisions to the approval of this project. 16. Trash Enclosures. The trash enclosures shall be large enough to accommodate a recycling bin, as well as regular solid waste containers. 17. 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. 18. 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. 19. Transformer and Utility Locations. The final locations for the transformer, switch gearbox, and other utilities shall be determined prior to the submittal of construction drawings. 20. 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. 21. Public Art Ordinance. The applicant shall comply with the requirements of the City's Public Art Ordinance as defined in Section 5.08 of the Temecula Municipal Code. 22. Property Maintenance. All on-site landscaping, walls, fencing, recreational facilities, and on-site lighting shall be maintained by the property owner or maintenance association. 23. General. The Project will be required to be in compliance with all requirements and stipulations contained within the Disposition and Development Agreement contained on file. Prior to Issuance of Grading Permit 24. 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. 25. 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. 26. Archaeological/Cultural Resources Grading Note. The following shall be included in the Notes Section of the Grading Plan: "If at any time during excavation/construction of the site, archaeological/cultural resources, or any artifacts or other objects which reasonably appears to be evidence of cultural or archaeological resource are discovered, the property owner shall immediately advise the City of such and the City shall cause all further excavation or other disturbance of the affected area to immediately cease. The Director of Community Development at his/her sole discretion may require the property owner to deposit a sum of money it deems reasonably necessary to allow the City to consult and/or authorize an independent, fully qualified specialist to inspect the site at no cost to the City, in order to assess the significance of the find. Upon determining that the discovery is not an archaeological/ cultural resource, the Planning Director shall notify the property owner of such determination and shall authorize the resumption of work. Upon determining that the discovery is an archaeological/cultural resource, the Planning Director shall notify the property owner that no further excavation or development may take place until a mitigation plan or other corrective measures have been approved by the Planning Director." 27. Cultural Resources Treatment Agreement. The developer is required to enter into a Cultural Resources Treatment Agreement with the Pechanga Tribe. The agreement shall be in place prior to issuance of a grading permit. To accomplish this, the applicant should contact the Pechanga Tribe no less than 30 days and no more than 60 days prior to issuance of a grading permit. This Agreement will address the treatment and disposition of cultural resources, the designation, responsibilities, and participation of professional of professional Pechanga Tribal monitors during grading, excavation and ground disturbing activities; project grading and development scheduling; terms of compensation for the monitors; and treatment and final disposition of any cultural resources, sacred sites, and human remains discovered onsite. The Pechanga monitor's authority to stop and redirect grading will be exercised in consultation with the project archaeologist in order to evaluate the significance of any potential resources discovered on the property. Pechanga and archaeological monitors shall be allowed to monitor all grading, excavation and groundbreaking activities, and shall also have the limited authority to stop and redirect grading activities should an inadvertent cultural resource be identified. 28. 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." 29. Archaeological Monitoring Notes. The following shall be included in the Notes Section of the Grading Plan: "A qualified archaeological monitor will be present and will have the authority to stop and redirect grading activities, in consultation with the Pechanga Tribe and their designated monitors, to evaluate the significance of any archaeological resources discovered on the property." 30. Tribal Monitoring Notes. The following shall be included in the Notes Section of the Grading Plan: "A Pechanga Tribal monitor will be present and will have the authority to stop and redirect grading activities, in consultation with the project archaeologist and their designated monitors, to evaluate the significance of any potential resources discovered on the property." 31. Relinquishment of Cultural Resources. The following shall be included in the Notes Section of the Grading Plan: "The landowner agrees to relinquish ownership of all cultural resources, including all archaeological artifacts that are found on the project area, to the Pechanga Tribe for proper treatment and disposition." 32. Preservation of Sacred Sites. The following shall be included in the Notes Section of the Grading Plan: "All sacred sites are to be avoided and preserved." 33. MSHCP Pre -Construction Survey. A 30 -day preconstruction survey, in accordance with MSHCP guidelines and survey protocol, shall be conducted prior to ground disturbance. The results of the 30 -day preconstruction survey shall be submitted to the Planning Division prior to scheduling the pre -grading meeting with Public Works. If construction is delayed or suspended for more than 30 days after the survey, the area shall be resurveyed. 34. Rough Grading Plans. A copy of the Rough Grading Plans shall be submitted and approved by the Planning Division. 35. Archaeologist Retained. Prior to beginning project construction, the Project Applicant shall retain a Riverside County qualified/City of Temecula approved archaeological monitor to monitor all ground -disturbing activities in an effort to identify any unknown archaeological resources. Any newly discovered cultural resource deposits shall be subject to a cultural resources evaluation (See PL -4). The archaeological monitor's authority to stop and redirect grading will be exercised in consultation with the Pechanga Tribe in order to evaluate the significance of any potential resources discovered on the property. Pechanga and archaeological monitors shall be allowed to monitor all grading, excavation and groundbreaking activities, and shall also have the limited authority to stop and redirect grading activities should an inadvertent cultural resource be identified. The archaeologist shall provide a final monitoring report at the end of all earthmoving activities to the City of Temecula, the Pechanga Tribe and the Eastern Information Center at UC, Riverside. 36. 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 37. Transportation Uniform Mitigation Fee (TUMF). The City of Temecula adopted an ordinance on March 31, 2003 to collect fees 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. 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. 38. Downspouts. All downspouts shall be kept free of dents, crush points, and any other form of damage. If any damage occurs to the downspouts they shall be repaired or replaced. 39. Parcel Merger. A Parcel Merger application must be reviewed and recorded before the issuance of a building permit. 40. RTA Bus Stop Designs. RTA bus stop designs for the two revised locations must be completed prior to issuance of a building permit. 41. 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. 42. Photometric Plan. The applicant shall submit a photometric plan 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. 43. Construction Landscaping and Irrigation Plans. Four (4) copies of 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. 44. 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. 45. 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." 46. 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. 47. 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. 48. 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. 49. 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. 50. Hardscaping. The landscape plans shall include all hardscaping for equestrian trails and pedestrian trails within private common areas. 51. Precise Grading Plans. Precise Grading Plans shall be consistent with the approved rough grading plans including all structural setback measurements. 52. Building Construction Plans for Outdoor Areas. Building Construction Plans shall include detailed outdoor areas (including but not limited to trellises, decorative furniture, hardscape, etc.) to match the style of the building subject to the approval of the Director of Community Development. 53. Landscaping Requirement for Phased Development. If any phase or area of the project site is not scheduled for development within six months of the completion of grading, the landscaping plans shall indicate it will be temporarily landscaped and irrigated for dust and soil erosion control. 54. 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. 55. 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. Prior to Release of Power, Building Occupancy or Any Use Allowed by This Permit 56. 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. 58. Installation of Site Improvements. All site improvements, including but not limited to, parking areas and striping shall be installed. 60. 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. 61. Compliance with Conditions of Approval. All of the foregoing conditions shall be complied with prior to occupancy or any use allowed by this permit. Outside Agencies 63. Flood Protection. Flood protection shall be provided in accordance with the Riverside County Flood Control Districts transmittal dated March 16, 2017, 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. 64. 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 August 10, 2017, a copy of which is attached. 65. Compliance with EMWD. The applicant shall comply with the recommendations set forth in the Eastern Municipal Water District's transmittal dated March 9, 2017, a copy of which is attached. 66. Compliance with RCWD. The applicant shall comply with the recommendations set forth in the Rancho California Water District's transmittal dated August 25, 2017, a copy of which is attached. 67. General. The applicant shall comply with the recommendations set forth in the Southern California Edison transmittal dated June 2, 2017, a copy of which is attached. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT General Requirements 68. 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. 69. 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. 70. Precise Grading Permit. A precise grading permit for on site improvements (outside of public right-of-way) shall be obtained from Public Works. 71. 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. 72. 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. 73. Street Improvement Plans. The developer shall submit public/private street improvement plans for review and approval by Public Works. The plans shall be in compliance with Caltrans and City codes/standards; and shall include, but not limited to, plans and profiles showing existing topography, existing/proposed utilities, proposed centerline, top of curb and flowline grades. 74. Private Drainage Facilities. All onsite drainage and water quality facilities shall be privately maintained. 75. Signing & Striping Plan. A signing & striping plan, designed by a registered civil engineer per the latest edition of Caltrans MUTCD standards, shall be included with the street improvement plans for approval. 76. 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. Prior to Issuance of a Grading Permit 77. 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 78. Erosion & Sediment Control Securities. The developer shall comply with the provisions of Chapter 24, Section 18.24.140 of the Temecula Municipal Code by posting security and entering into an agreement to guarantee the erosion & sediment control improvements. 79. 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 80. 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 below: www.TemeculaCA.gov/WQMP 81. 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. 82. 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. 83. 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. 84. 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. 85. 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. 86. Bus Bays. Bus bays shall be designed at all existing and proposed bus stops as directed by Riverside Transit Agency and approved by Public Works. 87. 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. Prior to Issuance of Encroachment Permit(s) 88. 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. 89. 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. 90. Improvement Plans. All improvement plans (including but not limited to street, storm drain, traffic) shall be reviewed and approved by Public Works. 91. 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) 92. Construction of Street Improvements. All street improvement plans shall be approved by Public Works. The developer shall start construction of all public street improvements, as outlined below, in accordance to the City's Old Town Specific Plan and corresponding City standards. All street improvement designs shall provide adequate right-of-way and pavement transitions per Caltrans' standards to join existing street improvements. a. Improve Mercedes Street along property frontage — (Old Town Specific Plan Standard) to include installation of sidewalk, streetlights, drainage facilities, signing and striping, utilities (including but not limited to water and sewer) b. Improve Main Street along property frontage — (Old Town Specific Plan Standard modified) to include installation of sidewalk, streetlights, drainage facilities, signing and striping, pavers, utilities (including but not limited to water and sewer). c. Improve alley along Parcel 4 and 5 of the Official Map — (City of Temecula Standard modified width to 20 feet) — to include installation of full alley improvements, paving, concrete ribbon gutter, drainage facilities, utilities (including but not limited to water and sewer). 93. 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 94. 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. 95. 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. 96. 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. 97. 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 98. 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. 99. Compliance with Code. All design components shall comply with applicable provisions of the 2016 edition of the California Building, Plumbing and Mechanical Codes; 2016 California Electrical Code; California Administrative Code, 2016 California Energy Codes, 2016 California Green Building Standards, California Title 24 Disabled Access Regulations, and City of Temecula Municipal Code. 100. 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 building entrances. b. Van accessible parking located as close as possible to the building entrances. c. Accessible path of travel from parking to furthest point of improvement. d. Accessible path of travel from public right-of-way to all public areas on site, including trash enclosure. 101. 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. 102. 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. 103. 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. 104. Obtain Approvals Prior to Construction. Applicant must obtain all building plans and permit approvals prior to commencement of any construction work. 105. Obtaining Separate Approvals and Permits. Patio covers, light standards, and any block walls will require separate approvals and permits. Solid covers are required over new and existing trash enclosures. 106. Demolition. Demolition permits require separate approvals and permits. 107. Sewer and Water Plan Approvals. On-site sewer and water plans will require separate approvals and permits. 108. 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 Ordinance 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. 109. 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. 110. 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. At Plan Review Submittal 111. Submitting Plans and Calculations. Applicant must submit to Building and Safety four (4) complete sets of plans and two (2) sets of supporting calculations for review and approval including: a. An electrical plan including load calculations and panel schedule, plumbing schematic, and mechanical plan applicable to scope of work. b. A Sound Transmission Control Study in accordance with the provisions of the Section 1207, of the 2016 edition of the California Building Code. c. A precise grading plan to verify accessibility for persons with disabilities. d. Truss calculations that have been stamped by the engineer of record of the building and the truss manufacturer engineer. Prior to Issuance of Grading Permit(s) 112. Onsite Water and Sewer Plans. Onsite water and sewer plans, submitted separately from the building plans, shall be submitted to Building and Safety for review and approval. 113. Demolition Permits. A demolition permit shall be obtained if there is an existing structure to be removed as part of the project. Prior to Issuance of Building Permit(s) 114. Plans Require Stamp of Registered Professional. Applicant shall provide appropriate stamp of a registered professional with original signature on the plans. Prior to Beginning of Construction 115. Pre -Construction Meeting. A pre -construction meeting is required with the building inspector prior to the start of the building construction. FIRE PREVENTION General Requirements 116. 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) 21/2" outlets) shall be located on fire access roads and adjacent public streets. For all Commercial 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 whether they are public or private. The upgrade of existing fire hydrants may be required (CFC Appendix C and Temecula City Ordinance 15.16.020). 117. 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. 118. Fire Flow. The Fire Prevention Bureau is required to set a minimum fire flow for the construction of all commercial buildings per CFC Appendix B. The developer shall provide for this project, a water system capable of delivering 4,000 GPM at 20 -PSI residual operating pressure for a 4 -hour duration for this commercial projects. The fire flow as given above has taken into account all information as provided. (CFC Appendix B and Temecula City Ordinance 15.16.020). Prior to Issuance of Grading Permit(s) 119. 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 City Ordinance 15.16.020). 120. 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 80,000 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 City Ordinance 15.16.020). 121. Gradient Of Access Roads. The gradient for fire apparatus access roads shall not exceed 15 percent (CFC Chapter 5 and City Ordinance 15.16.020). 122. 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 City Ordinance 15.16.020). Prior to Issuance of Building Permit(s) 123. 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. The Double Detector Check Valve will be in side the fire sprinkler riser room. The fire sprinkler riser room is only dedicated to fire equipment only and will not share with any other trades. (CFC Chapter 33 and Chapter 5). 124. 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. These plans must be submitted prior to the issuance of building permit. All control valves for each floor will be located in the fire sprinkler riser room. 125. 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. 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 126. 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). 127. Hydrant Verification. Hydrant locations shall be identified by the installation of reflective markers (blue dots) (City Ordinance 15.16.020). 128. 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 each fire riser sprinkler room (CFC Chapter 5). 129. 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. Commercial buildings shall have a minimum of 12 -inch numbers with suite numbers being a minimum of six inches in size. All suites shall have a minimum of 6 -inch high letters and/or numbers on both the front and rear doors. (CFC Chapter 5 and City Ordinance 15.16.020). 130. Site Plan. The applicant shall prepare and submit to the Fire Department for approval, a site plan designating fire lanes with appropriate lane painting and/or signs (CFC Chapter 5). POLICE DEPARTMENT General Requirements 131. 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. 132. 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. 133. Berm Height. Berms shall not exceed three feet in height. 134. Exterior Door Lighting. 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. 135. 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. 136. 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. 137. Commercial or Institutional Grade Hardware. All doors, windows, locking mechanisms, hinges, and other miscellaneous hardware shall be commercial or institution grade. 138. 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. 139. 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. 140. Roof Hatches. All roof hatches shall be painted "International Orange." 141. Rooftop Addressing. 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. 142. Public Telephones. Any public telephones located on the exterior of the buildings shall be placed in a well -lit, highly visible area, and installed with a "call -out only" feature to deter loitering. This feature is not required for public telephones installed within the interior of the buildings. 143. Knox Boxes. 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. 144. 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 award 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. 145. 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. 146. 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. JASON E. UFILEY General Manager -Chief Engineer City of Temecula Planning Department 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Attention: Eric Jones RIVERSIDE COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT March 16, 2017 Re: PA 17-0324 1995 MARKET STREET RIVERSIDE, CA 92501 951.955.1200 FAX 951 788 9965 www.rcflood.org 211089 The 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 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: I. This project is not impacted by District Master Drainage Plan facilities nor are other facilities of regional interest proposed. 2. This project is located within the limits of the District's Murrieta Creek/Temecula Valley Area Drainage Plan for which drainage fees have been adopted; applicable fees should be paid by cashier's check or money order only to the Hood Control District or City prior to issuance of grading permits. Fees to be paid should be at the rate in effect at the time of issuance of the actual permit. 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 t1.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, •DW1N QUINONEZ Engineering Project Manager c: Riverside County Planning Department Attn: Kristi Lovelady EO:blm County of Riverside DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH August 10, 2017 City of Temecula Planning Department Attn: Eric Jones 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 P.O. BOX 7909 • RIVERSIDE, CA 92513-7909 STEVE VAN STOCKUM, DIRECTOR SUBJECT: CITY OF TEMECULA — PA17-0324 TOWN SQUARE MARKETPLACE DEVELOPMENT PLAN Dear Mr. Jones: The project listed in the subject heading of this is the development plan to allow the construction of a 77,726 square foot commercial center comprised of two 3 story buildings with basements. This project is generally located on either side of the Town Square on Main Street, adjacent to the Civic Center in the City of Temecula. The Department of Environmental Health (DEH) offers the following comments: WATER AND WASTEWATER A general condition shall be placed on this project indicating that it will be serviced by Rancho California Water District (RCWD) for water and Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) for sanitary sewer service. As the sewer agency, EMWD shall have the responsibility of determining any grease interceptor or other requirements, including but not limited to sizing capacity and other structural specifications. Please note that it is the responsibility of the proposed facility to ensure that all requirements to receive potable water service and sanitary sewer service are met with the appropriate purveyors, as well as, all other applicable agencies. Note: A General Condition shall be placed on this project indicating that any existing wells and/or existing onsite wastewater treatment systems (OWTS) shall be properly removed and/or destroyed under permit with the Department of Environmental Health (DEH). Office Locations • Blythe • Corona • Hemet • Indio • Murrieta • Palm Springs • Riverside Phone (888)722-4234 www.rivcoeh.org Page 1 PA16-0270, PA16-1450, PA16-1451 ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANUP PROGRAM (ECP) The Environmental Cleanup Program (ECP) has reviewed the environmental site assessment report submitted for this project. Based on the information provided in the report and with the provision that the information was accurate and representative of site conditions, the ECP concludes no further environmental assessment is required for this project. If 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 Program at (951) 955-8980, for further information. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MANAGEMENT BRANCH (HMMB) Prior to conducting a Building 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 FACILITY AND POOL AND SPA Prior to issuance of a building permit, the applicant shall be required to contact DEH District Environmental Services to determine the appropriate food facility or pool 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 INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE (IH) This department will no longer be conducting noise evaluations and review of any future noise reports will be the responsibility of the City of Temecula. This department does continue to recommend to the City that a noise study be conducted to ensure that all requirements for noise are met. Should you have any further questions or require further assistance, please contact me by email at kakim(arivco.org or by phone at (951) 955-8980. Sincerely, Kristine Kim, REHS Environmental Protection and Oversight Division Land Use and Water Resources Program Page 2 PA17-0328 ORIGINAL A•Nk� emwd March 9, 2017 City of Temecula P.O. Box 9033 Temecula, Ca. 92589 Attn: Eric Jones Subject: Official Map No. 2008-0270686, Parcels 4,5,6,7. (APNs: 922-360-004, 922- 360-005, 922-360-006, 922-360-007) Town Square Marketplace Development Plan. The subject project may require sewer services from EMWD with the potential requirement for on-site and offsite facilities and associated easements to adequately serve the project demands from existing EMWD facilities. The details of said service connection points will be further detailed in a separate document, known as EMWD's Plan of Service (POS), to be developed by the project proponent. To that end, EMWD requires beginning dialogue with the project proponent at an early stage in site design and development, via a one-hour complimentary Due Diligence meeting. To set up this meeting, the project proponent should complete a Project Questionnaire (form NBD-058) and submit to EMWD. To download this form or for additional information, please visit our "New Development Process" web page, under the "Businesses" tab, at www.emwd.org. This meeting will offer the following benefits: 1. Describe EMWD's development work -flow process 2. Identify project scope and parameters 3. Preliminary, high level review of the project within the context of existing infrastructure 4. Discuss potential candidacy for recycled water service Following the Due Diligence meeting, to proceed with this project, a POS will need to be developed by the developer's engineer, and reviewed/approved by EMWD prior to submitting improvement plans for Plan Check. The POS process will provide the following: 1. Technical evaluation of the project's preliminary design 2. Defined facility and easement requirements, i.e. approved POS 3. Potential facility oversizing and cost estimate of EMWD's participation 4. Exception: for feasibility evaluation of a purchase acquisition, only a conceptual facilities assessment may be developed. 2270 Trumble Road • P.O. Box 8300 • Perris, CA 92572-8300 T 951.9283777 • F 951 928.6177 emwd.org If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me. Sincerely, C. - Ma Maoun EI -Hage; M.S., P.E., Senior Civil Engineer Business Phone: 951-928-3777 Extension x4468 e-mail: EI-hagemaemwd.orq Rancho Water Board of Directors Stephen J. Corona President Ben R. Drake Seiner Vice Pretulent Lisa D. Herman John E. Hoagland Danny. J. 1lartin William F. Plummer Bill J. Wilson Officers Jeffrey D. Armstrong General Manager Era Plajzer, P.E. Assistant General Manager Engineering and Operations Richard R. Aragon. CPFO Director of Finance/Treasurer Jason A. 1lartin Director of Administration Andrew L. Webster. P.E. Chief Engineer Kelli E. Garcia District Secretary James B. Gilpin Rest Best & Krieger LLP General Counsel April 25, 2017 Eric Jones, City Planner City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Post Office Box 9033 Temecula, CA 92589-9033 SUBJECT: WATER AVAILABILITY PARCEL NOS. 4, 5, 6, AND 7 OF PARCEL MAP 001/020; PLOT PLAN NO. PA17-0324; APNS 922-360-004, 922-360-005, 922-360-006, AND 922-360-007 [JOE HOLASEK] Dear Mr. Jones: Please be advised that the above -referenced project/property is located within the service boundaries of Rancho California Water District (RCWD/District). The subject project/property fronts an existing 12 -inch diameter water pipeline (1305 Pressure Zone) within Main Street and an existing 24 -inch diameter water pipeline (1305 Pressure Zone) within Mercedes Street. Please refer to the enclosed exhibit map. Water service to the subject project/property exists under Account No. 3004758, Location No. 2003786 (Parcel No. 4), Account No. 3004759, Location No. 2003787 (Parcel No. 6), and Account No. 3004760, Location No. 2003788 (Parcel No. 7). Additions or modifications to water/sewer service arrangements are subject to the Rules and Regulations (governing) Water System Facilities and Service, as well as the completion of financial arrangements between RCWD and the property owner. Water service to individual lots will require the extension of water facilities within dedicated public and/or private right-of-ways. Individual water meters will be required for each lot and/or project unit, including separate water 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, RCWD requires execution and recordation of a Reciprocal Easement and Maintenance Agreement or equivalent document of covenants, codes, and restrictions. Rancho California Water District 4 i 115 W inchesier Road • Pott Office Bos 9017 • Temecula. California 91589.9017 • 19511796-6900 • FAX 1951 ! 296 6860 • www ranchowater Com Eric Jones/City of Temecula April 25, 2017 Page Two Water availability is contingent upon the property owner(s) signing an Agency Agreement that assigns water management rights, if any, to RCWD. In addition, water availability is subject to water supply shortage contingency measures in effect (pursuant to RCWD'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 RCWD and the property owner. Requirements for the use of recycled water are available from RCWD. As soon as feasible, and prior to the preparation of California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) documents, the project proponent should contact RCWD 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 RCWD 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 RCWD'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 Erica Peter Engineering Technician Enclosure: Exhibit Map cc: Jeff Kirshberg, Water Resources Manager Gregory Gill. Associate Engineer Corry Smith, Engineering Services Supervisor Joe Holasek, NOAA Group 17\EP: hab0131F4501FEG Rancho California wafer District 42135 Winchester Road • Post Office Box 9017 • Temecula. California 92589.9017 • (9511296-6900 • FAX (951 ( 296.6860 • www ranchowarer com f N W 1%E I. City of Temecula 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 Attention: Planning Department Subject: Truax Marketplace (CMA012001) June 2, 2017 Please be advised that the division of the property shown on Truax Marketplace (CMA012001) will not unreasonably interfere with the free and complete exercise of any facilities and/or easements held by Southern California Edison Company within the boundaries of said map. This letter should not be construed as a subordination of the Company's rights, title and interest in and to said easement(s), nor should this letter be construed as a waiver of any of the provisions contained in said easement(s) or a waiver of costs for relocation of any affected facilities. In the event that the development requires relocation of facilities, on the subject property, which facilities exist by right of easement or otherwise, the owner/developer will be requested to bear the cost of such relocation and provide Edison with suitable replacement rights. Such costs and replacement rights are required prior to the performance of the relocation. If you have any questions, or need additional information in connection with the subject subdivision, please contact me at (90 )y74-1087. /<1 cc: Butsko Utility Design, Inc. SdIvador Flores Title and Real Estate Services Real Properties NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice of Public Hearing A PUBLIC HEARING has been scheduled before the City of Temecula PLANNING COMMISSION to consider the matter described below: CASE NO: PA17-0324 APPLICANT: Joe Holasek PROPOSAL: A Development Plan to allow for the construction of an approximately 87,280 square foot commercial center comprised of two three-story buildings with basements. The project is generally located on both sides of Town Square Park on Main Street, on the west side of Mercedes Street. RECOMMENDATION: Adopt a Resolution approving the project subject to Conditions of Approval ENVIRONMENTAL: In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the proposed project is exempt from further environmental review and a Notice of Exemption will be adopted in compliance with CEQA (Section 15162, Subsequent El Rs and Negative Declarations) CASE PLANNER: Eric Jones, (951) 506-5115 PLACE OF HEARING: 41000 Main St., Temecula, CA 92590, City of Temecula, Council Chambers DATE OF HEARING: February 7, 2018 TIME OF HEARING: 6:00 p.m. The complete agenda packet (including any supplemental materials) will be available for viewing in the Main Reception area at the Temecula Civic Center (41000 Main Street, Temecula) after 4:00 p.m. the Friday before the Planning Commission Meeting. At that time, the packet may also be accessed on the City's website — TemeculaCA.qov and will be available for public review at the respective meeting. Any writing distributed to a majority of the Commission regarding any item on the Agenda, after the posting of the Agenda, will be available for public review in the Main Reception area at the Temecula Civic Center (41000 Main Street, Temecula), 8:00 a.m. — 5:00 p.m. In addition, such material will be made available on the City's website — TemeculaCA.gov — and will be available for public review at the meeting. Any petition for judicial review of a decision of the Planning Commission shall be filed within 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 Planning Commission 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. Questions? Please call the Community Development Department at (951) 694-6400. Eric Jones From: Luke Watson Sent: Monday, February 05, 2018 4:13 PM To: Eric Jones Subject: Fwd: Public Comments for Planning Commission - Gene Wunderlich Attachments: image002 jpg Follow Up Flag: Follow up Flag Status: Flagged FYI Luke Watson Director of Community Development City of Temecula Begin forwarded message: From: Randi Johl <randi.johl(wtcmeculaca.gov> Date: February 5, 2018 at 4:08:25 PM PST To: Gene Wunderlich <genewunderlich(it srear.org> Cc: Luke Watson <1uke.watson(a.tcmeculaca.gov>, Aaron Adams <aaron.adams(au'temeculaca.gov>, Greg Butler <gree,.butler_(iilerneculaca.gov> Subject: Public Comments for Planning Commission - Gene Wunderlich Thank you for your email Gene. It was received for the Planning Commission meeting record Randi Johl, JD, MMC City Clerk, City of Temecula Legislative Director, California City Clerks Association randi.tohl(rvtemeculaca.gov 41000 Main St, Temecula, CA 92590 1 !-Wan of Snutha.n C.ai:lornia Wine County Please note that email correspondence with the City of Temecula, along with attachments, may be subject to the California Public Records Act, and therefore may be subject to disclosure unless otherwise exempt. From: Gene Wunderlich[maiito:genewunderiich@srcar.org] Sent: Monday, February 05, 2018 4:06 PM To: Aaron Adams <aaron.adams@temeculaca.gav>; Greg Butler <greg butler@temeculaca.gov>; James Stewart <James.Stewart@TemeculaCA.eov>; Jeff Comerchero <jcomerchero@citycouncil.org>; Maryann Edwards <Maryann.Edwards@citycouncil.org>; Matt Rahn <matt.rahn@TemeculaCA.gov>; Mike Naggar <mnaggar@citycouncil.org>; Randi Johl <randi.johl@temeculaca.gov>; Randi Johl <randi.johl@temeculaca.gov> Cc: Jeffrey Gutowski Jr. <jeff.gutowski@truaxmgt.com> Subject: 1 Members of the Temecula Planning Commission, Unfortunately I will not be able to join you on 2/7 during your review of the Temecula Marketplace Project but I wanted to provide some comments in support of the project for inclusion into the record. As envisioned, the Temecula Marketplace will provide a stylish and practical 'finishing touch' to Temecula's downtown. The location will complete and compliment the link from Old Town to the City complex with matching, four story buildings flanking Main Street. The project would provide 80,000 square feet of unique dining experiences and lifestyle retail shops in pedestrian - friendly structures that will serve to attract visitors and residents alike, increasing foot traffic to other venues as well. The modem Spanish inspired architecture also fits the area and, once completed, will fit in and look like it's been part of the community for years. Proximity to the proposed Altair Project will further expand the area as a pedestrian -oriented destination in the center of Old Town. This walkability factor should also increase attendance at other local entertainment venues including the Old Town Temecula Community Theater. The inclusion of much needed public restrooms and the potential for additional parking opportunities makes this project a win-win for the city, for our residents and visitors alike. As with any project of this magnitude, we encourage a thorough review of the proposal, but from what we have seen, this is a good project, well planned and vetted, that would complete an upscale corridor in the heart of the City. Thank you for your consideration. Gene Wunderlich Vice President of Government Affairs Southwest Riverside County Association of Realtors® SRCAR®... the trusted resource for REALTORS® 951-205-1911 htt•:llsrcar.or.l We ask that you consider an investment in your Realtor@ Party when paying your 2018 REALTOR® dues. Every dollar benefits our industry and your clients while protecting Real Estate Initiatives. 2 Eric Jones From: Randi Johl Sent: Monday, February 05, 2018 3:33 PM To: Jeffrey Gutowski Jr. Cc: Luke Watson Subject: RE: Temecula Marketplace - Letter of Support - Planning Commission -February 7 2018 Thank you JJ. By way of this email, I am forwarding your email and the correspondence below from Joan Sparkman to our Community Development Director Luke Watson to be included in the Planning Commission meeting record. Randi Johl, JD, MMC City Clerk, City of Temecula Legislative Director, California City Clerks Association randi.johl@temeculaca.gov 41000 Main St, Temecula, CA 92590 Please note that email correspondence with the City of Temecula, along with attachments, may be subject to the California Public Records Act, and therefore may be subject to disclosure unless otherwise exempt. Original Message From: Jeffrey Gutowski Jr.[mailto:jeff.gutowski@truaxmgt.com] Sent: Monday, February 05, 2018 2:59 PM To: Randi Johl <randi.johl@temeculaca.gov> Subject: Temecula Marketplace - Letter of Support - Planning Commission -February 7 2018 Dear Randi, I would like to submit a letter of support on behalf of Joann Sparkman for the Planning Commission on Feb. 7th for the Temecula Marketplace: "Dear Planning Commissioners, I am a long time resident of our valley (arriving in 1969), I have seen many changes and enormous growth. My reason for communicating with you is the concern I have over the opposition to Mr. Truax's proposed Market Place. Having seen the artist renderings I cannot imagine opposition. It is a beautiful plan and will benefit the entire region. I believe Mr, Truax has proven the quality of his constructions by the example of the Truax Building. I would be remiss if I did not mention his beneficial giving back to our community recognized by our Chamber of Commerce as Citizen of the year. also believe that any other city in the county would welcome such a project. I have admired and respected your decisions and hope that you will approve this Market Place as it is the right thing to do for our region and our old town Temecula vision. Respectfully, Joan Sparkman" Respectfully, Jj Gutowski Marketing Manager Truax Management Group 41923 2nd Street 1 Temecula, Ca. 92590 (951) 294 5979 (0) 2 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: PA17-0324 Applicant: Joe Holasek on Behalf of Truax Development Location: The project is generally located on both sides of Town Square Park on Main Street, on the west side of Mercedes Street. Proposal: A Development Plan to allow for the construction of an approximately 87,280 square foot commercial center comprised of two three-story buildings with basements. Environmental Action: In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the proposed project is exempt from further environmental review and a Notice of Exemption will be adopted in compliance with CEQA (Section 15162, Subsequent EIRs and Negative Declarations) PLACE OF HEARING City Council Chambers 41000 Main Street Temecula, California DATE OF HEARING February 27, 2018 TIME OF HEARING 7:00 PM 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, Community Development Department, 41000 Main Street, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Questions concerning the project may be addressed to Eric Jones, City of Temecula Community Development Department, (951) 506-5115. Public Hearings 18-02 Item No. 13 Approvals City Attorney Director of Finance City Manager CITY OF TEMECULA AGENDA REPORT TO: City Manager/City Council FROM: Luke Watson, Director of Community Development DATE: February 27, 2018 SUBJECT: Introduce Ordinance Amending Section 17.04.020 of the Temecula Municipal Code Regarding Temporary Use Permits and Adding a New Chapter 17.42 Collection Containers, Establishing Permitting, Operational Requirements and Procedures for Enforcement (Long Range Planning Application Number LR17-1180) PREPARED BY: Dale West. Associate Planner II RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council introduce and read by title only an ordinance entitled: ORDINANCE NO. 18 - AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING SECTION 17.04.020 "TEMPORARY USE PERMITS" AND ADDING A NEW CHAPTER 17.42 "COLLECTION CONTAINERS" TO TITLE 17 "ZONING" OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE AND FINDING THE ORDINANCE IS EXEMPT PURSUANT TO CEQA GUIDELINES SECTION 15061(B)(3) SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE: The proposed ordinance will amend Section 17.04.020 "Temporary Use Permits" and add a new Chapter 17.42 "Collection Containers" to Title 17 of the Temecula Municipal Code. The new Chapter establishes regulations and development standards for the placement of collection containers on private property. Additionally, the Ordinance establishes the permitting and enforcement procedures for collection containers. BACKGROUND: Collection containers provide a service to the community by facilitating the donation of items for redistribution or resale. Unattended collection containers; however, can be targets for graffiti, trash, and illegal dumping, which negatively affects the community, and when not maintained properly, they can pose a risk to public health and safety. This Ordinance establishes permitting procedures and development standards to help ensure that unattended collection containers are allowed to operate while protecting public health, safety, and neighborhood character. The proposed Ordinance, in its entirety, is attached to this report, and the following summarizes the definitions, development standards and operational requirements: 1. A collection container means any metal, plastic, cardboard or wooden box, bin, container, trailer, accessory structure or similar facility, used for soliciting and collecting donations of salvageable personal property, provided by a person, organization, or collection center for the primary purpose of receiving or storing collected items, including household goods, clothing and other salvageable personal items for distribution or resale by the operator. 2. A collection container does not include recycle bins used for the collection of recyclable materials by an authorized solid waste collector pursuant to Chapter 8.20, Waste Management, of the Temecula Municipal Code and the franchise agreement between the City and its authorized solid waste collector, or any state certified Beverage Container Recycling Center. 3. A collection container shall not be considered a fixture or improvement to the lot. 4. No collection container shall be placed, erected, used or maintained until a permittee obtains and Temporary Use Permit from the City. 5. Collection containers are prohibited within a parking lot, the public right-of-way, emergency vehicle route, internal drive aisle, pedestrian pathway, public land, unimproved lots, open space area, landscape area, or any residential zone within the City. 6. Collection containers are allowed within the Highway Tourist (HT), Neighborhood Commercial (NC), Community Commercial (CC), Service Commercial (SC), Professional Office (PO), Business Park (BP), Light Industrial (LI) Zoning Districts, and on commercially zoned parcels within an adopted specific plan or planned development overlay zone. 7. Collection containers must be located within 20 linear feet of the main entrance along the store frontage to a commercial business, but shall not obstruct the entrance to any building or impede the flow of pedestrians. 8. Collection containers shall be serviced and emptied at least every seven days. On February 7, 2018, the Planning Commission reviewed and discussed the proposed Ordinance and adopted Resolution No. 18-03 recommending the City Council approve the proposed Ordinance. The Planning Commission recommended staff revise Subsection 17.42.070.A by clarifying that collection containers are to be kept free of structural damage, holes, visible rust, graffiti, and stickers, and shall not be defaced. The Planning Commission also recommended to staff revise Subsection 17.42.070.0 by removing the word "junk" from the description of items that are not to be allowed in the area surrounding the collection container. The changes recommended by Planning Commission are reflected in the attached Ordinance. FISCAL IMPACT: The enforcement of this Ordinance could result in additional Code Enforcement staff time; however, no changes to the General Fund Operating Budget is proposed. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Ordinance 2. Public Hearing Notice 3. Planning Commission Staff Report ORDINANCE NO. 18 - AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA AMENDING SECTION 17.04.020 "TEMPORARY USE PERMITS" AND ADDING A NEW CHAPTER 17.42 "COLLECTION CONTAINERS" TO TITLE 17 "ZONING" OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE AND FINDING THE ORDINANCE IS EXEMPT PURSUANT TO CEQA GUIDELINES SECTION 15061(6)(3) THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Code Amendment. Subsection (B)(2) of Section 17.04.020 "Temporary use permits." of Chapter 17.04 "Permits" of Title 17 "Zoning" is hereby amended to add a new subsection (h) as follows with all other provisions of Section 17.04.020 remaining the same: "h. Collection Containers that meet the requirements set forth in Chapter 17.42 of the Municipal Code. Section 2. Code Amendment. Chapter 17.42, "Collection Containers" is hereby added to Title 17 "Zoning" of the Temecula Municipal Code to read as follows: "Chapter 17.42 Collection Containers Sections: 17.42.010 Definitions. 17.42.020 Collection Containers Prohibited. 17.42.030 Exceptions. 17.42.040 Permit and Fees. 17.42.050 Inspection. 17.42.060 Collection Container Development Standards. 17.42.070 Collection Container Operational Requirements. 17.42.080 Enforcement and Violations. 17.42.090 Joint and Several Liability. 17.42.100 Amortization Period and Removal. 17.42.010 Definitions. As used in this Chapter, the following terms, words and phrases have the meanings as defined in this section, unless another meaning is clearly apparent from the context: "Attended Collection Container" shall mean a Collection Container that is fully staffed by a person, organization, or collection center during the period of time that personal property is being collected. "Collection Container" shall mean any metal, plastic, cardboard or wooden box, bin, container, accessory structure or similar container used for soliciting and collecting donations of salvageable personal property, provided by a person, organization, or collection center for the primary purpose of receiving or storing collected items, including household goods, clothing and other salvageable personal items for distribution or resale by the operator. A Collection Container shall not be considered a fixture or improvement to the lot. "Operate" shall mean to place, operate, maintain, own or otherwise control a Collection Container. "Operator" shall mean any person who operates a Collection Container in the City. "Property Owner" shall mean the owner of the parcel where the Collection Container is operated. 17.42.020 Collection Containers Prohibited. A. No person shall operate or maintain a Collection Container upon any unimproved lot, public right-of-way, public park, or open space area, or within any residential zone in the City. B. No person shall operate a Collection Container on property they own, lease, manage or control in violation of this Chapter. A Property Owner shall not allow another person to operate a Collection Container on their property in violation of this Chapter. 17.42.030 Exceptions. A. This Chapter shall not apply to a Collection Container that is used exclusively for the collection of recyclable materials by an authorized solid waste collector pursuant to Chapter 8.20, Waste Management, of this Code and the franchise agreement between the City and its authorized solid waste collector, or any state certified Beverage Container Recycling Center. B. This Chapter shall not apply to Attended Collection Containers. C. Collection Containers are only permitted within the Highway Tourist (HT), Neighborhood Commercial (NC), Community Commercial (CC), Service Commercial (SC), Professional Office (PO), Business Park (BP), Light Industrial (LI) Zoning Districts, and on commercially zoned parcels within an adopted specific plan or planned development overlay zone. 17.42.040 Permits and Fees. A. No Collection Container shall be placed, used or maintained until a Property Owner obtains a Temporary Use Permit from the City pursuant to the process set forth in Section 17.04.020. B. A Temporary Use Permit for a Collection Container shall expire one year from the date of issuance. C. A Temporary Use Permit for a Collection Container shall be renewed on an annual basis based on the anniversary of the original Temporary Use Permit date of issuance. The renewal application shall be submitted no later than 30 days prior to the expiration of the Temporary Use Permit. 17.42.050 Inspection. A. The Community Development Director, or his or her designee, shall inspect and approve any Collection Container that is maintained in the City. The Property Owner and/or Operator shall contact the Community Development Department to schedule an inspection of the Collection Container within three (3) business days of the Collection Container being placed on private property pursuant to a Temporary Use Permit. B. If the Collection Container is not approved by the Community Development Director, or his or her designee, because it does not meet the requirements set forth in this Chapter, it shall be promptly removed by the Property Owner and/or Operator. 17.42.060 Collection Container Development Standards. No Temporary Use Permit for a Collection Container shall be approved unless the following standards are satisfied: A. Collection Containers shall be located within twenty (20) linear feet of the main entrance, and shall not project more than four feet from the building. B. The dimensions of a Collection Container shall not exceed 82 inches high, 56 inches wide and 49 inches deep. C. No more than one (1) Collection Container shall be placed on the same legal lot. D. Collection Containers shall not be located within any public right of way, emergency vehicle route, internal drive aisle, parking lot, or pedestrian pathway. E. No Collection Container shall be placed in a manner that: causes a safety hazard; obstructs the entrance to any building; interferes with, or impedes the flow of pedestrian or vehicle traffic; or in any other manner is detrimental to the public health, safety or welfare or causes a public nuisance. F. Collection Containers shall not be located on unimproved lots. G. Collection Containers shall not be constructed of wood, cardboard, plastic, or any non-metal material. 17.42.070 Collection Container Operational Requirements. In addition to the development standards in Section 17.42.060, the Property Owner and Operator shall ensure Collection Containers comply with the following requirements: A. Collection Containers shall be kept free of structural damage, holes, visible rust, graffiti, and stickers and shall not be defaced. B. Collection Containers shall be kept locked or otherwise secured at all times so that the contents cannot be accessed by anyone other than those responsible for retrieving the contents deposited in the Collection Container. C. Collection Containers shall be serviced and emptied at a minimum of every seven (7) calendar days, or more frequently on an as needed basis, to ensure the Collection Container and surrounding area is kept free of materials, debris and donated items. D. Donated items must fit entirely within the closed Collection Container. E. Donated items shall consist of textiles, shoes, books and other salvageable personal items only. F. Donated items shall not include items such as, but not limited to, hazardous materials, universal waste, mattresses, vehicles, food items or appliances. G. In accordance with California Welfare and Institutions Code Section 151, the front of every Collection Container shall conspicuously display all of the following: 1. The name, address, telephone number, and if available, the Internet web address of the Collection Container operator. 2. A statement, in at least two-inch typeface, that either reads, "this Collection Container is owned and operated by a for-profit organization" or "this Collection Container is owned and operated by a non-profit organization." 3. If the Collection Container operator is a non-profit organization, the front of the Collection Container shall also conspicuously display a statement describing the non-profit cause that will benefit from the donations. 4. If the Collection Container operator is a for-profit entity, the front of the Collection Container shall also conspicuously display a statement that reads "this donation is not tax deductible." 5. Collection Containers and operators shall comply with all other applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. 17.42.080 Enforcement and Violations. In accordance with Welfare and Institutions Code Section 152, a Collection Container in violation of this Chapter may be declared a public nuisance and the City may remove and dispose of the Collection Container following the procedures set forth in Chapter 8.12. 17.42.090 Joint and Several Liability. The Property Owner and Operator shall be jointly and severally liable for violations of this Chapter. 17.42.100 Amortization Period and Removal. Section 17.03.070, pertaining to legal non -conforming uses, of this Code, shall not apply to Collection Containers. Instead, all Operators of Collection Containers existing on the effective date of this Chapter shall have ninety (90) days to remove any existing Collection Containers. If an illegal Collection Container is located within the City limits ninety (90) days after the effective date of this Chapter, the City may remove and dispose of the Collection Container immediately. If a Collection Container is removed by the City, the Operator shall be charged the actual costs of such removal, plus any applicable administrative or other costs and fees authorized to be collected by the City pursuant to federal, state, or local laws, rules and regulations, including this Code. Such charges, costs and fees shall be considered a debt to the City, and payment shall be a prerequisite to the issuance of any permit or other approvals by the City to the extent authorized by federal, state or local laws, rules or regulations." Section 3. CEQA Finding. The City Council hereby finds, in the exercise of its independent judgment and analysis, that this ordinance is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) as there is no possibility the proposed Ordinance would have a significant impact on the environment pursuant to State CEQA Guideline Section 15061(b)(3). More specifically, the proposed ordinance would limit the location and appearance of a certain type of use in the City, and would not expand the allowed uses in the City. A Notice of Exemption has been prepared and will be filed in accordance with CEQA and the State CEQA Guidelines. Section 4. Severance. If any section, subsection, subdivision, paragraph, sentence, clause or phrase of this ordinance or any part thereof is for any reason held to be invalid, such invalidity shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this ordinance or any part hereof. The City Council hereby declares that it would have passed each section, subsection, subdivision, paragraph, sentence, clause or phrase hereof, irrespective of the fact that any one or more sections, subsections, subdivisions, paragraphs, sentences, clauses or phrases be declared invalid. Section 5. Certification. The City Clerk of the City of Temecula shall certify to the passage and adoption of this Ordinance and shall cause the same to be published or posted in the manner required by law. PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this day of , 2018. ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL] STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF RIVERSIDE CITY OF TEMECULA ) ss ) Matt Rahn, Mayor I, Randi Johl, City Clerk of the City of Temecula, do hereby certify that the foregoing Ordinance No. 18- was duly introduced and placed upon its first reading at a meeting of the City Council of the City of Temecula on the 27th day of February, 2018, 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 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.: LR17-1180, an Ordinance Regulating Donation Collection Containers Applicant: City of Temecula Location: Citywide Proposal: A staff initiated application, adding Chapter 17.42 "Collection Containers" to the Temecula Municipal Code establishing permitting, operational requirements and procedures for enforcement. Environmental Action: In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act, the proposed project has been deemed to be exempt from further environmental review, pursuant to CEQA Guideline Section 15061(b)(3), as there is no possibility the proposed ordinance would have a significant impact on the environment. More specifically, the proposed ordinance would limit the location and appearance of a certain type of use in the City, and would not expand the allowed use in the City. PLACE OF HEARING: City Council Chambers 41000 Main Street Temecula, California DATE OF HEARING: February 27, 2018 TIME OF HEARING: 7:00 PM 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, Community Development 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 Dale West, City of Temecula Community Development Department, (951) 693-3918. Public Hearings 18-03 DATE OF MEETING: TO: FROM: PREPARED BY: APPLICANT NAME: PROJECT SUMMARY: CEQA: STAFF REPORT — PLANNING CITY OF TEMECULA PLANNING COMMISSION February 7, 2018 Planning Commission Chairperson and members of the Planning Commission Luke Watson, Director of Community Development Dale West, Case Planner City of Temecula Long Range Planning Application Number LR17-1180, an amendment to the Temecula Municipal Code amending Section 17.04.020 for Temporary Use Permits and adding a new Chapter 17.42 Collection Containers, establishing permitting, operational requirements and procedures for enforcement. In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the proposed project has been deemed to be exempt from further environmental review, as there is no possibility the proposed ordinance would have a significant impact on the environment pursuant to State CEQA Guideline Section 15061(b)(3). More specifically, the proposed ordinance would limit the location and appearance of a certain type of use in the City, and would not expand the allowed uses in the City. A Notice of Exemption has been prepared and will be filed in accordance with CEQA and the State CEQA Guidelines. RECOMMENDATION: Adopt a Resolution of the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula recommending that the City Council of the City of Temecula adopt an ordinance entitled, "An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Temecula adding a New Chapter 17.42 "Collection Containers" to Title 17 "Zoning" of the Temecula Municipal Code" and Finding the Ordinance is Exempt pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15061(6)(3) BACKGROUND SUMMARY Collection containers provide a service to the community by facilitating the donation of items for redistribution or resale. Unattended collection containers; however, can be targets for graffiti, trash, and illegal dumping, which negatively affects the community, and when not maintained properly, they can pose a risk to public health and safety. This Ordinance establishes permitting procedures and development standards to help ensure that unattended collection containers are allowed to operate while protecting public health, safety, and neighborhood character. ANALYSIS The proposed ordinance will amend Section 17.04.020 "Temporary Use Permits" and add a new Chapter 17.42 "Collection Containers" to Title 17 of the Temecula Municipal Code, also referred to as the City's Development Code. The new Chapter establishes regulations and development standards for the placement of unattended collection containers on private property. Additionally, the Ordinance establishes the permitting and enforcement procedures for unattended collection containers. The proposed Ordinance, in its entirety, is attached to this report, and the following summarizes the definitions, development standards and operational requirements: 1. A collection container means any metal, plastic, cardboard or wooden box, bin, container, trailer, accessory structure or similar facility, used for soliciting and collecting donations of salvageable personal property, provided by a person, organization, or collection center for the primary purpose of receiving or storing collected items, including household goods, clothing and other salvageable personal items for distribution or resale by the operator. 2. An unattended collection container does not include recycle bins used for the collection of recyclable materials by an authorized solid waste collector pursuant to Chapter 8.20, Waste Management, of the Temecula Municipal Code and the franchise agreement between the City and its authorized solid waste collector, or any state certified Beverage Container Recycling Center. 3. An unattended collection container shall not be considered a fixture or improvement to the lot. 4. No unattended collection container shall be placed, erected, used or maintained until a permittee obtains and Temporary Use Permit from the City. 5. Unattended collection containers are prohibited within the public right-of-way, emergency vehicle route, internal drive aisle, pedestrian pathway, public land, unimproved lots, open space area, or any residential zone within the City. 6. Unattended collection containers are allowed within the Highway Tourist (HT), Neighborhood Commercial (NC), Community Commercial (CC), Service Commercial (SC), Professional Office (PO), Business Park (BP), Light Industrial (LI) Zoning Districts, and on commercially zoned parcels within an adopted specific plan or planned development overlay zone. 7. Unattended collection containers shall be kept free of structural damage, holes, visible rust, and graffiti. 8. Unattended collection containers shall not be placed within a parking lot, drive aisle, landscape area, pedestrian pathway, or unimproved lots. 9. Unattended collection containers must be located within 20 linear feet of the main entrance along the store frontage to a commercial business, but shall not obstruct the entrance to any building or impede the flow of pedestrians. 10. Unattended collection containers shall be serviced and emptied at least every seven days. 2 11. Donated items shall consist of textiles, shoes, books and other salvageable personal items only. 12. Donated items shall not include such items as, but not limited to, hazardous materials, mattresses, furniture, vehicles, food items or appliances. 13. The area surrounding the unattended collection container shall be kept free of debris, junk, donated items, or other material, including but not limited to, donated items that do not fit entirely within the unattended collection container. Following the adoption of the proposed ordinance, an operator of an existing unattended collection container will have ninety days to conform with the proposed ordinance. Illegal collection containers may be declared a public nuisance and may be removed by following procedures established in Chapter 8.12 of the Temecula Municipal Code. LEGAL NOTICING REQUIREMENTS Notice of the public hearing was published in the U -T San Diego on January 25, 2018. ATTACHMENTS PC Resolution Exhibit A, Draft Ordinance Notice of Public Hearing 3 DRAFT PC RESOLUTION PC RESOLUTION NO.18- 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 ADDING A NEW CHAPTER 17.42 "COLLECTION CONTAINERS" TO TITLE 17 "ZONING" OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE" AND FINDING THAT THIS ORDINANCE IS EXEMPT FROM THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (CEQA) PURSUANT TO CEQA GUIDELINE SECTION 15061 (B)(3). Section 1. Procedural Findings. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula does hereby find, determine and declare that: A. On, February 7, 2018 the Planning Commission identified a need to amend portions of Title 17 of the Temecula Municipal Code to establish definitions, procedures and development standards for attended and unattended collection containers used for the receiving or storing collected items, such as household goods, clothing and other salvageable personal items (Planning Application No. LR17-1180). B. The Ordinance was processed including, but not limited to a public notice, in the time and manner prescribed by State and local law. C. The Planning Commission, at a regular meeting, considered the proposed amendments to Title 17 of the Temecula Municipal Code on February 7, 2018, 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. D. The Ordinance is consistent with the Riverside County General Plan, and each element thereof. E. At the conclusion of the Planning Commission hearing and after due consideration of the testimony, the Planning Commission recommended that the City Council adopt the Ordinance attached hereto as Exhibit "A." F. All legal preconditions to the adoption of this Resolution have occurred. Section 2. Environmental Compliance. In accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the proposed project has been deemed to be exempt from further environmental review. This ordinance is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) as there is no possibility the proposed ordinance would have a significant impact on the environment pursuant to State CEQA Guideline Section 15061(b)(3). More specifically, the proposed ordinance would limit the location and appearance of a certain type of use in the City, and would not expand the allowed uses in the City. A Notice of Exemption has been prepared and will be filed in accordance with CEQA and the State CEQA Guidelines. Section 3. Recommendation. The Planning Commission of the City of Temecula recommends that the City Council approve Planning Application No. LR17- 1180, a proposed Citywide Ordinance as set forth on Exhibit A, attached hereto, and incorporated herein by this reference. Section 4. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED by the City of Temecula Planning Commission this 7th day of February 2018. Gary Youmans, Chairperson ATTEST: 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. 18- was duly and regularly adopted by the Planning Commission of the City of Temecula at a regular meeting thereof held on the 7th day of February 2018, by the following vote: AYES: PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: NOES: PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: ABSENT: PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: ABSTAIN: PLANNING COMMISSIONERS: Luke Watson Secretary EXHIBIT A DRAFT ORDINANCE ORDINANCE NO. 18 - AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA ADDING A NEW CHAPTER 17.42 "COLLECTION CONTAINERS" TO TITLE 17 "ZONING" OF THE TEMECULA MUNICIPAL CODE AND FINDING THE ORDINANCE IS EXEMPT PURSUANT TO CEQA GUIDELINES SECTION 15061(6)(3) THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF TEMECULA DOES HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Code Amendment. Subsection (B)(2) of Section 17.04.020 "Temporary use permits." of Chapter 17.04 "Permits" of Title 17 "Zoning" is hereby amended to add a new subsection (h) as follows with all other provisions of Section 17.04.020 remaining the same: "h. Collection Containers that meet the requirements set forth in Chapter 17.42 of the Municipal Code." Section 2. Code Amendment. Chapter 17.42, "Collection Containers" is hereby added to Title 17 "Zoning" of the Temecula Municipal Code to read as follows: "Chapter 17.42 Collection Containers Sections: 17.42.010 Definitions. 17.42.020 Collection Containers Prohibited. 17.42.030 Exceptions. 17.42.040 Permit and Fees. 17.42.050 Inspection. 17.42.060 Collection Container Development Standards. 17.42.070 Collection Container Operational Requirements. 17.42.080 Enforcement and Violations. 17.42.090 Joint and Several Liability. 17.42.100 Amortization Period and Removal. 17.42.010 Definitions. As used in this Chapter, the following terms, words and phrases have the meanings as defined in this section, unless another meaning is clearly apparent from the context: "Attended Collection Container" shall mean a Collection Container that is fully staffed by a person, organization, or collection center during the period of time that personal property is being collected. -1- "Collection Container" shall mean any metal, plastic, cardboard or wooden box, bin, container, accessory structure or similar container used for soliciting and collecting donations of salvageable personal property, provided by a person, organization, or collection center for the primary purpose of receiving or storing collected items, including household goods, clothing and other salvageable personal items for distribution or resale by the operator. A Collection Container shall not be considered a fixture or improvement to the lot. "Operate" shall mean to place, operate, maintain, own or otherwise control a Collection Container. "Operator" shall mean any person who operates a Collection Container in the City. "Property Owner" shall mean the owner of the parcel where the Collection Container is operated. 17.42.020 Collection Containers Prohibited. A. No person shall Operate or maintain a Collection Container upon any unimproved lot, public right-of-way, public park, or open space area, or within any residential zone in the City. B. No person shall Operate a Collection Container on property they own, lease, manage or control in violation of this Chapter. A Property Owner shall not allow another person to operate a Collection Container on their property in violation of this Chapter. 17.42.030 Exceptions. A. This Chapter shall not apply to a Collection Container that is used exclusively for the collection of recyclable materials by an authorized solid waste collector pursuant to Chapter 8.20, Waste Management, of this Code and the franchise agreement between the City and its authorized solid waste collector, or any state certified Beverage Container Recycling Center. B. This Chapter shall not apply to Attended Collection Containers. C. Collection Containers are only permitted within the Highway Tourist (HT), Neighborhood Commercial (NC), Community Commercial (CC), Service Commercial (SC), Professional Office (PO), Business Park (BP), Light Industrial (LI) Zoning Districts, and on commercially zoned parcels within an adopted specific plan or planned development overlay zone. 17.42.040 Permits and Fees. A. No Collection Container shall be placed, used or maintained until a Property Owner obtains a Temporary Use Permit from the City pursuant to the process set forth in Section 17.04.020. -2- B. A Temporary Use Permit for a Collection Container shall expire one year from the date of issuance. C. A Temporary Use Permit for a Collection Container shall be renewed on an annual basis based on the anniversary of the original Temporary Use Permit date of issuance. The renewal application shall be submitted no later than 30 days prior to the expiration of the Temporary Use Permit. 17.42.050 Inspection. A. The Community Development Director, or his or her designee, shall inspect and approve any Collection Container that is maintained in the City. The Property Owner and/or Operator shall contact the Community Development Department to schedule an inspection of the Collection Container within three (3) business days of the Collection Container being placed on private property pursuant to a Temporary Use Permit. B. If the Collection Container is not approved by the Community Development Director, or his or her designee, because it does not meet the requirements set forth in this Chapter, it shall be promptly removed by the Property Owner and/or Operator. 17.42.060 Collection Container Development Standards. No Temporary Use Permit for a Collection Container shall be approved unless the following standards are satisfied: A. Collection Containers shall be located within twenty (20) linear feet of the main entrance, and shall not project more than four feet from the building. B. The dimensions of a Collection Container shall not exceed 82 inches high, 56 inches wide and 49 inches deep. C. No more than one (1) Collection Container shall be placed on the same legal lot. D. Collection Containers shall not be located within any public right of way, emergency vehicle route, internal drive aisle, parking lot, or pedestrian pathway. E. No Collection Container shall be placed in a manner that: causes a safety hazard; obstructs the entrance to any building; interferes with, or impedes the flow of pedestrian or vehicle traffic; or in any other manner is detrimental to the public health, safety or welfare or causes a public nuisance. F. Collection Containers shall not be located on unimproved lots. G. Collection Containers shall not be constructed of wood, cardboard, plastic, or any non-metal material. -3- 17.42.070 Collection Container Operational Requirements. In addition to the development standards in Section 17.42.060, the Property Owner and Operator shall ensure Collection Containers comply with the following requirements: A. Collection Containers shall be kept free of structural damage, holes, visible rust, and graffiti. B. Collection Containers shall be kept locked or otherwise secured at all times so that the contents cannot be accessed by anyone other than those responsible for retrieving the contents deposited in the Collection Container. C. Collection Containers shall be serviced and emptied at a minimum of every seven (7) calendar days, or more frequently on an as needed basis, to ensure the Collection Container and surrounding area is kept free of junk, materials and debris. D. Donated items must fit entirely within the closed Collection Container. E. Donated items shall consist of textiles, shoes, books and other salvageable personal items only. F. Donated items shall not include items such as, but not limited to, hazardous materials, universal waste, mattresses, vehicles, food items or appliances. G. In accordance with California Welfare and Institutions Code Section 151, the front of every Collection Container shall conspicuously display all of the following: 1. The name, address, telephone number, and if available, the internet web address of the Collection Container operator. 2. A statement, in at least two-inch typeface, that either reads, "this Collection Container is owned and operated by a for-profit organization" or "this Collection Container is owned and operated by a non-profit organization." 3. If the Collection Container operator is a non-profit organization, the front of the Collection Container shall also conspicuously display a statement describing the non-profit cause that will benefit from the donations. 4. If the Collection Container operator is a for-profit entity, the front of the Collection Container shall also conspicuously display a statement that reads "this donation is not tax deductible." 5. Collection Containers and operators shall comply with all other applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. -4- 17.42.080 Enforcement and Violations. In accordance with Welfare and Institutions Code Section 152, a Collection Container in violation of this Chapter may be declared a public nuisance and the City may remove and dispose of the Collection Container following the procedures set forth in Chapter 8.12. 17.42.090 Joint and Several Liability. The Property Owner and Operator shall be jointly and severally liable for violations of this Chapter. 17.42.100 Amortization Period and Removal. Section 17.03.070, pertaining to legal non -conforming uses, of this Code, shall not apply to Collection Containers. Instead, all Operators of Collection Containers existing on the effective date of this Chapter shall have ninety (90) days to remove any existing Collection Containers. If an illegal Collection Container is located within the City limits ninety (90) days after the effective date of this Chapter, the City may remove and dispose of the Collection Container immediately. If a Collection Container is removed by the City, the Operator shall be charged the actual costs of such removal, plus any applicable administrative or other costs and fees authorized to be collected by the City pursuant to federal, state, or local laws, rules and regulations, including this Code. Such charges, costs and fees shall be considered a debt to the City, and payment shall be a prerequisite to the issuance of any permit or other approvals by the City to the extent authorized by federal, state or local laws, rules or regulations." Section 3. CEQA Finding. The City Council hereby finds, in the exercise of its independent judgment and analysis, that this ordinance is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) as there is no possibility the proposed ordinance would have a significant impact on the environment pursuant to State CEQA Guideline Section 15061(b)(3). More specifically, the proposed ordinance would limit the location and appearance of a certain type of use in the City, and would not expand the allowed uses in the City. A Notice of Exemption has been prepared and will be filed in accordance with CEQA and the State CEQA Guidelines. Section 4. Severance. If any section, subsection, subdivision, paragraph, sentence, clause or phrase of this ordinance or any part thereof is for any reason held to be invalid, such invalidity shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this ordinance or any part hereof. The City Council hereby declares that it would have passed each section, subsection, subdivision, paragraph, sentence, clause or phrase hereof, irrespective of the fact that any one or more sections, subsections, subdivisions, paragraphs, sentences, clauses or phrases be declared invalid. Section 5. Certification. The City Clerk of the City of Temecula shall certify to the passage and adoption of this Ordinance and shall cause the same to be published or posted in the manner required by law. -5- PASSED, APPROVED, AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of Temecula this day of , 2018. ATTEST: Randi Johl, City Clerk [SEAL]