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Posted on: January 22, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Malibu City Council Virtual Regular Meeting Mon, Jan. 25, 6:30 PM

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MALIBU CITY COUNCIL MEETS VIRTUALLY ON MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 2021, 6:30 PM 

The Malibu City Council will hold its virtual Regular Meeting on Monday, January 25, 6:30 PM. The agenda and viewing and commenting instructions are posted on the website. Members of the public are encouraged to submit email correspondence to citycouncil@malibucity.org before the meeting begins.

 

THE ITEMS ON THE JANUARY 25 AGENDA INCLUDE:  

Second Reading and Adoption of Ordinance No. 479 (Item 3A1)
The Council will conduct the second reading, and unless waived, adopt Ordinance No. 479 adding Chapter 2.68 (Electronic Filing) to Title 2 (Administration and Personnel) of the Malibu Municipal Code to require electronic filing of campaign statements and statements of economic interests.
See the staff report


Appeal No. 19-002 and Coastal Development Permit No. 17-043 and Associated Entitlements (29043 Grayfox Street; Owners/Appellants, John and Tatiana Atwill) (Item 4A) 
The Council will consider Resolution No. 21-02 determining the project is categorically exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), granting Appeal No. 19-002, and approving Coastal Development Permit (CDP) No. 17-043 for demolition of an existing single-family residence and associated development and the construction of a new 5,085 square foot, two-story single-family residence plus a 966 square foot attached garage, a 345 square foot covered loggia on the first floor, a 312 square foot trellised loggia on the second floor, swimming pool, perimeter walls, landscaping, hardscaping and grading, and the installation of a new onsite wastewater treatment system (OWTS), including Demolition Permit (DP) No. 17-013 for the demolition of an existing single-family residence and associated development and Site Plan Review (SPR) No. 17-014 for construction in excess of 18 feet in height up to 28 feet for a pitched roof located in the Rural Residential-One Acre (RR-1) zoning district at 29043 Grayfox Street (Atwill).
See the staff report 


Appeal No. 20-008 - Appeal of Planning Commission Resolution No. 20-58 (5936 Filaree Heights Avenue; Appellant Stacy Clunies-Ross) (Item 4B) 
The Council will consider Resolution No. 21-03 (Exhibit A) determining the project is categorically exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), denying Appeal No. 20-008 (Exhibit B) and approving Administrative Plan Review Woolsey Fire (APRWF) No. 19-060 and Site Plan Review (SPR) No. 19-099 for improvements to modify an in-kind fire rebuild of a previously approved residence destroyed by the Woolsey Fire, including a second-story addition, new subterranean garage, new swimming pool and pool deck, and a new driveway, including a site plan review to allow construction above 18 feet, not to exceed 24 feet for a flat roof located in the Rural Residential-Two acre zoning district at 5936 Filaree Heights Avenue (Denker Family Trust).
See the staff report 

City Council Subcommittees, Ad Hoc Committees and Outside Agency Appointments (Continued from January 11, 2021) (Item 7A)
The Councilmembers will make appointments to City Commissions and Committees.
See the staff report


City Council Appointments to City Commissions (Item 7B)
Mayor Pierson to make his appointment to the Cultural Arts Commission; and 2) Council may appoint an ex officio member to the Parks and Recreation Commission.
See the staff report


Special City Council Meeting Regarding Homelessness (Mayor Pierson) (Continued from January 11, 2021) (Item 7C)
At the request of Mayor Pierson, consider scheduling a Special City Council meeting to discuss homelessness issues and solutions.
See the staff report


Proposal to Amend the Malibu Municipal Code to Reduce Overnight Parking on PCH and Otherwise Regulate the Time and Location of Camping, Lodging or Sleeping in Public (Councilmembers Silverstein and Uhring) (Continued from January 11, 2021) (Item 7D)
At the request of City Councilmembers Silverstein and Uhring, the Council will consider an ordinance amending Section 9.08.090 of the Malibu Municipal Code to create a permit “exception” to the statute’s current “unconditional” prohibition against camping, lodging, or sleeping in public (including in a vehicle parked on a public street) within the City limit of Malibu in order to ensure that the statute will be enforceable in the face of arguments arising under Martin v. City of Boise, 920 F.3d 584 (9th Cir. 2019).
See the staff report


Council Policy Review and Amendments to City Council Policy #8 (Mayor Pro Tem Grisanti) (Continued from January 11, 2021) (Item 7E)
At the request of Mayor Pro Tem Grisanti, provide direction to the City Council Policy Review Ad Hoc Committee on a priority list for review of current Council Policies and Consider amendments to City Council Policy #8.
See the staff report


Proposal to Instill Transparency, Accountability and Ethics in All Aspects of Malibu’s City Government (Councilmembers Silverstein and Uhring) (Continued from January 11, 2021) (Item 7F)
City Councilmembers Silverstein and Uhring are co-sponsoring a proposal for Transparency, Accountability and Ethics in all aspects of Malibu City Government. At their request, the Council will consider: adopting Transparency, Accountability, and Ethics Policy; appointing City Councilmembers Uhring and Silverstein to City Council Policy Review Ad Hoc Committee; amending City Council Policy No. 8 to provide City Councilmembers unconstrained inspection and information rights; amending City Council Policy No. 28 to provide City Council control over the Agenda for meetings of City Council; scheduling Semi-Annual Performance Evaluation of City Manager, and discuss and vote on whether the Performance Evaluation shall be conducted transparently in a Public Session or secretly in a Closed Session; establishing a True Document “Retention” (as opposed to “Destruction”) Policy by amending City Council Policy No. 51 and Administrative Directive 5.1; creating Special Independent Investigation Subcommittee to investigate the allegations set forth in the Affidavit of Jefferson Wagner and related matters; considering reforms to City Council Meeting processes to make it inviting to and respectful of the residents; and considering other possible initiatives for Government Reform.
See the staff report 

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