City of Fillmore City Board Meeting February 23, 2010.

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Objective of California: Provide better than average lodging & suitable living environment for each Californian. ... Met w/Community Members and Housing Advocates on Second Draft ...
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City of Fillmore City Council Meeting February 23, 2010 Revised Draft Housing Element

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Staff\'s Recommendation: Council to get this report; Obtain open remark; Provide remarks on the second draft; Direct staff to modify the draft as needs be, set up the ecological effect archive to start the general population hearings or give a future meeting date to finish up Council\'s survey of the draft.

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Purpose of Meeting Introduce the second draft. Get City Council remarks.

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Overview City General Plan: "Keep up the City\'s residential community rustic character so as to upgrade the physical, passionate, and mental prosperity of the City\'s inhabitants" Goal #1 CURB Sphere of Influence Greenbelts

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General Plan – Land Use Map

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Fillmore\'s Greenbelts

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The Housing Element Origin & Purpose Goal of California: Provide respectable lodging & appropriate living environment for each Californian. California Dept. of Housing & Community Development (HCD) allots a locale\'s offer of statewide lodging need to Council\'s of Government (COG) in light of Dept. of Finance populace projections & local populace figures utilized as a part of planning local transportation arranges.

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Housing Element Origin & Purpose Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) creates provincial lodging need arrangement. SCAG distributes the locale\'s offer of the statewide need to urban areas and regions. SCAG does not screen the City\'s consistence with RHNA. HCD will do that in the following Housing Element redesign.

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What is a Housing Element? Per State law Housing Element must be a piece of City\'s General Plan. Evaluation of existing and future City lodging needs. Contains strategies and projects for the City to actualize to accomplish expressed lodging objectives and targets. Addresses lodging needs of impaired people, ranch laborers, destitute people, and other unique needs gathers. Addresses lodging requirements for all wage levels. Per State law Housing Element must be overhauled each 5 to 7 years.

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General Plan Build Out

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City Hired Consultant √ Public Workshops √ Prepared & Circulated 1 st Draft for Public Review √ Received Public Input & Revised H.E. Draft √ Presented to Planning Commission the Second Draft √ Met w/Community Members and Housing Advocates on Second Draft √ Present to City Council to Review as a body Prepare & process ecological record per CEQA Circulate Revised Housing Element & Env. Archive (MND) for open info Begin Public Hearing Process w/P.C. & C.C. Complete Hearings to Approve the Housing Element & Certify MND Re-Send Housing Element to HCD 2 nd survey and confirmation Where are we in the upgrade procedure?

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Housing Element Update RHNA for 2006-2014 arranging period is 985 units. Address "Unaccommodated Need" from the last arranging period (1998-2005). Address effects of Measure I. Reference section A – Inventory of Vacant & Under-created Parcels. Index B – Comments & Responses.

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RHNA Countywide Fillmore 985 units Camarillo 3,340 units Moorpark 1,617 units Ojai 433 units Oxnard 7,093 units Port Hueneme 180 units Ventura 4,011 units Santa Paula 2,241 units Thousand Oaks 1,847 units Simi Valley 3,383 units Unincorporated 1,404 units

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Comments from HCD Significant Comments Inventory of Parcels (Appendix A) – give sufficient number of bundles of size and thickness to give future reasonable lodging advancement. Break down and Address the impacts of Measure I Address the \'unaccommodated need\' from the last arranging period.

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North Fillmore Specific Plan & Measure I Approved by the City on August 22, 2006. Permitted development of up to 700 staying units with a thickness up to 20u/air conditioning. Measure I was affirmed by the voters on November 4, 2008 changing the Land Use Element and the Specific Plan by diminishing the thickness to 5u/air conditioning for a most extreme of 350 units. The impacts of Measure I should be tended to in the Housing Element.

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\'Unaccommodated Need\' The City must consent to Govt Code 65584.09: "Where a nearby government neglected to distinguish or make sufficient locales accessible in the earlier arranging period, the ward must zone or rezone satisfactory destinations to address the unaccommodated lodging need inside the principal year of the new arranging period. Notwithstanding showing satisfactory locales for the new arranging period, the redesigned lodging component must distinguish the unaccommodated lodging need by pay level" (HCD Memo to Planning Directors dated June 20, 2007)

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Regional Housing Need Assessment (RHNA)

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Applicability of \'Unaccommodated Need\' The City did not actualize Program 1.1.3 of the 2003 Housing Element to expand the thickness of the RM-H zone from 15u/air conditioning to 20u/air conditioning. Program 2.3.6 in the updated Housing Element addresses this issue. City endorsed NFSP, which permitted thickness up to 20u/air conditioning for a most extreme 700 units in August 2006, yet endorsement happened after the 1998-2005 arranging period.

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Applicability of \'Unaccommodated Need\' what number units does the City need to suit from the last arranging period? - 118 units (not 79 units) what number units will this Housing Element upgrade arrangement for? - Grand aggregate of 1,103 units (985 + 118)

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Breakdown of Unaccommodated Need

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New Programs in the Housing Element Program 1.1.2 – Rezoning of Industrial Properties Program 1.2.7 – Overcrowded Households Program 1.2.8 – Purchase of Foreclosed Properties Program 1.2.9 – Demolition Assistance Program 2.1.3 – RDA First Time Homebuyer Program 2.3.5 – Farmworker Housing Ordinance Program 2.3.6 – Zoning Ordinance & General Plan Update Program 2.3.7 – Condo Conversion Ordinance Update Program 3.2.3 – Emergency Shelter, Transitional, & Supportive Housing Ordinance

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What Happens Next? Fuse remarks got from Council Complete the draft Environmental Document. Circle Revised Housing Element and Environmental Document for open survey. Complete Public Hearings & Approve Housing Element and Certify Environmental Document Send HCD Approved Housing Element for second survey and state affirmation Adoption by City of confirmed Housing Element

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Comments & Responses (Appendix B) California Dept. of Housing & Community Development (Correspondence 1) Calif. Provincial Legal Assistance (Correspondence 2) House Farm Workers (Correspondence 3) Mr. David Roegner (Correspondence 4) City Workshop 1 (Correspondence 5) Mr. Vance Johnson (Correspondence 6) Ms. Gayle Washburn (Correspondence 7) Ventura County Homeless & Housing Coalition (Correspondence 8) City Workshop 2 (Correspondence 9)

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California Housing & Community Development Dept. – Correspondence 1 Comment 1.1 (identified with 1.28, 8.8) – Quantify and address the lodging needs of the to a great degree low pay. Remark 1.2 (2.7,8.11, 8.9, 3.7) – Provide more data on the advancement made to satisfy the current RHNA. Remark 1.3 (2.5, 2.6, 2.7, 3.5, 9.9) – Address the Unaccommodated Need from the Last Planning Period.

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Progress to Fulfill RHNA (table 3.T)

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California Housing & Community Development Dept. – Correspondence 1 Comment 1.4 - Analyze the practical unit limit of bundles. Remark 1.5 (identified with 2.8, 2.9, 2.10, 3.2) – Analyze the City\'s reliance of little packages to satisfy RHNA. Remark 1.6 (2.2, 2.3, 2.8, 3.2, 8.2, 8.10) – Identify and break down zones with thickness to energize reasonable lodging.

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California Housing & Community Development Dept. – Correspondence 1 Comment 1.7 ( identified with 2.6, 2.9, 2.10, 2.11, 3.2, 3.4, 3.6, 3.7) – Provide existing area use data on immature destinations recorded in Appendix A. Remark 1.8 (5.9, 5.14, 7.12, 9.5, 9.12) – Assess ecological requirements on new improvement.

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California Housing & Community Development Dept. – Correspondence 1 Comments 1.9, 1.10, 1.11, 1.12, & 1.13 (identified with 2.11, 2.14, 2.15, 8.4, 8.7) – Provide data on zones permitting an assortment of lodging sorts including crisis covers, transitional/strong lodging, and lodging for ag workers.

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California Housing & Community Development Dept. – Correspondence 1 Comment 1.14 (identified with 5.28) – Analyze the impacts of improvement gauges (land use controls) on advancement of new lodging. Remark 1.15 (2.2, 2.4, 3.5) – Address NFSP and the impacts of Measure I. Remark 1.16 – Analyze the impacts of handling and allow techniques on new advancement.

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California Housing & Community Development Dept. – Correspondence 1 Comment 1.17 (identified with 2.16) – Analyze potential imperatives on lodging for the crippled. Remark 1.18 – Analyze how subdivision necessities affect the expense and supply of lodging. Remark 1.19 – Identify any neighborhood alterations to the construction law and asses how they affect new lodging.

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California Housing & Community Development Dept. – Correspondence 1 Comment 1.20 (identified with 2.12, 2.16, 3.1, 7.7, 8.9) – Provide a point by point number of farmworkers in the City and County. Remarks 1.21, 1.22, 1.23, 1.24 (1.14, 5.28) – Describe moves the City will make to actualize approaches and accomplish lodging objectives.

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California Housing & Community Development Dept. – Correspondence 1 Comments 1.25, 1.26 (identified with 1.9, 1.10, 1.11, 2.9, 2.10, 2.11, 2.14, 2.15, 8.4, 8.7)- Identify locales with zoning that empower distinctive sorts of lodging for all wage levels including crisis covers, transitional lodging, and strong lodging.

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