Loading...
CM2018-016 MONTHLY SUMMARY OF LEGISLATIVE ACTIONDATE: March 12, 2018 C a 4 6&aaqye.4-, MEMORANDUM TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council FROM: Konradt Bartlam, City Maria J52 RE: MONTHLY SUMMARY OF LEGISLATIVE ACTION CM2018-016 In compliance with Administrative Policy 5.2 Section 3.2.7, Legislative Program, adopted by the City Council on June 14, 2016, it is the responsibility of the Legislative Committee to report to the City Council regarding any actions taken by the Committee. The following table is a summary for the period ended February 28, 2018. Date Action taken Comments 02-07-2018 Letter Request to Support the Riverside County Transportation State Route (SR) 71/91 Commission's (RCTC) 2018 Solutions for Interchange Improvement Congested Corridors Program (SCCP) grant Project application for the State Route (SR) 71/91 Interchange Improvement Project in the City of Corona, Riverside County, near the border of Orange and San Bernardino counties. This project is significant due to the safety, air quality, and economic development benefits it will bring to the region and the State. SCCP funds will support the replacement of the existing single -lane loop connection between eastbound SR -91 and northbound SR -71 with a new, two-lane, direct connector ramp (eliminating loop); construction of a new, separate eastbound collector -distributor system (auxiliary lane) from Green River Road to east of the SR -71/91 interchange; and realignment of the eastbound entrance ramp from Green River Road to improve access to the SR -71/91 interchange. 02-08-2018 Letter Request to Support The CPUC Resolution E-4907, would require a California Public Utilities registration process for Community Choice Commission (CPUC) Resolution Aggregators (CCAs). E-4907 March 12, 2018 Page Two CM2017-016 02-08-2018 Letter Request to Oppose SB This bill would exempt certain housing 827 (Wiener) Zoning & Zoning projects from locally developed and adopted Density height limitations, densities, parking requirements, and design review standards. It would undermine locally adopted General Plans, Housing Elements (which are certified by the Department of Housing and Community Development), and Sustainable Community Strategies (SCS). SB 827 allows private for-profit housing developers and transit agencies to determine housing densities, parking requirements, and design review standards within one-half mile of a "major transit stop," or along a "high-quality transit corridor" which could be miles away from an actual bus stop. KB:CB: LS:ssr