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File #: 18-1143    Name:
Type: Staff Report Status: Agenda Ready - Administrative Business
File created: 12/27/2018 In control: City Council
On agenda: 1/9/2019 Final action: 1/9/2019
Title: Report regarding a motion to approve the General Plan Update Request for Proposal and add two members to the General Plan Community Advisory Committee. (Marian Lee, Assistant City Manager and Lisa Costa Sanders, Project Administrator)
Attachments: 1. Attachment RFP for General Plan Update.pdf
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Report regarding a motion to approve the General Plan Update Request for Proposal and add two members to the General Plan Community Advisory Committee. (Marian Lee, Assistant City Manager and Lisa Costa Sanders, Project Administrator)

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RECOMMENDATION
Recommendation
Staff recommends that City Council, by motion, approve the Request for Proposal for a General Plan Update consultant and approve two additional members to the General Plan Community Advisory Committee.

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BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION
A General Plan is the local government's long-term blueprint for the community's vision of future growth. Each city is required by California law to have a General Plan to guide its future land use decisions. A report regarding the General Plan purpose, scope and approximate two-year planning process was presented to City Council on August 8, 2018. Progress is being made to launch this effort.

Today, direction is needed by City Council regarding the General Plan Community Advisory Committee and the General Plan Update Request for Proposal as described below.

General Plan Community Advisory Committee
At the August 8, 2018 City Council meeting, staff was given direction to form the General Plan Community Advisory Committee (GPCAC) comprised of:
* Planning Commission (2 members plus alternate)
* Parks & Recreation Commission (1 member plus alternate)
* District Community Resident (5 members, 1 per each City District)
* Business Member (2 members, 1 large and 1 small)

To date, the Planning and Parks & Recreation Commissioners selected their representatives and City Council, at its December 17 and 18, 2018 meetings, appointed five resident members and a residential alternate. It should be noted that there were no applicants from District 2. As such, City Council appointed residential applicants for Districts 1, 3, 4, and 5 and a residential member at-large plus an alternate. City council also appointed a small business member but did not appoint a large business...

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