Saturday, November 10, 2018

City Council meeting, Tuesday, November 13, 2018


Attend in person, 2212 Beach Boulevard, 2nd floor.  Or, view on local Pacific Coast television, PCT/Pacifica Channel 26PCT links to meeting videos: calendar, and recent coastside civic meeting videos. City Council and Planning Commission meetings begin at 7 p.m., or shortly there following.  City meeting agendas (current and archived) are available on the City meetings calendar.  City websites:  City Council, and Planning Commission. 

Interactive City Council Agenda, 11/13/18.      City Council Agenda 11/13/18, pdf pages 580. 

Closed Session, 6:00 p.m.
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Items 5 and 6. Thank you City for
fixing our potholes and paving our roads
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A.   CA Govt Code 54957. Public performance evaluation: City Manager.   B. CA Govt Code 54957.6. Conference with City labor negotiator for:  City Manager.   C. CA Govt Code 54957.6.  Conference with labor negotiator for  Firefighters Local 2400, Teamsters Local 350 Department Directors.  

Open Session, 7:00 p.m.  Call to order, roll call, salute to flag. Closed Session report.
Special Presentations.  SamTrans/Jessica Epstein: Microtransportation.  
Consent Calendar
1.     Approval of financial disbursements (checks):  a) FY 2018-19,  10/3/18 - 10/12/18.
2.    Approval of Minutes, 10/22/18. 
3.    Cancellation of City Council meeting, 12/26/18, report. 
4.    Proclamation confirming existence of a local emergency, coastline from Westline Drive to the end of Beach Blvd, report. a) 400 Esplanade continued bluff failure, 11/1/18.
5.    Award Pavement Rehabilitation Project construction contract (FY 2017-18, Phase 1) to G. Bortolotto & Company, and CSG Consultants, Inc. for inspection:  Linda Mar Blvd (Adobe Drive to Alicante Drive and Oceana Blvd. (Milagra Drive to Monterey  Road), report.  a) G. Bortolotto contract, Phase 1. b) CSG contract, Phase 1.
6.    Award Pavement Rehabilitation Project construction contract (FY 2017-18, Phase II to G. Bortolotto & Company, and CSG Consultants, Inc. for inspection:  Linda Mar Blvd (Alicante Drive to Oddstad Blvd), report.  a) G. Bortolotto contract, Phase 2.  b) CSG contract, Phase 2.
7.    Approval of storage license agreement: Pacifica Historical Society continuing restoration of the Ocean Shore Railcare #1409, report.  a)  License agreement, 700 Coast Highway, WWTP site. b) photo exhibit A. c) map exhibit B.
8.    Approval of M-Group 3rd amendment for Planning Department project processing and management, (reimbursed by project applicants), report.  M-Group: a) Amendment 3.  b) Attachment 2.  c) Amendment 1.  d) M-Group agreement, 7/18/16.
9.    Notice of Completion: 400 Esplanade Infrastructure Preservation Project - Emergency Protective Measure, report/Resolution.
10.   Authorized salary range increase for the Information Systems and Technology Manager, report/Resolution.  a) Job specification.
11.   Municipal code TA-112-18, processing of Marijuana Use Permits, exempt from CEQA (second reading), report/Ordinance. a) report 10/22/18.
12.   Repeal and replace Article 4 "Sustainable Food Service Ware" standards (second reading), report/Ordinance.  a) report, 10/22/18.
13.   Adopt ordinance Article 4, "Sustainable Food Service Ware" within Chapter 5 of Title 6, regulating plastic beverage straws, stirrers, and cutlery and polystyrene disposable food service ware, (second reading), report/Ordinance.  a) report, 10/22/18. 
Communications (Oral):  Public, City Council, City Staff.

Public hearings
14.    Appeal of the Planning Commission approval, 10/1/18, of Marijuana Use Permit MUP-1-18, 2110 Palmetto Avenue (APN 016-182-360), report.  a) Draft Resolution denying the Appeal/Approving MUP-1-18.  b) Cannabis Business List (in Lottery Order).  c) Planning Commission Resolution 2018-006.  d) Planning Commission Minutes, 10/1/18.  e) Appeal from Adam Zollinger.  f) Planning Commission Agenda (B through F),10/1/18, pdf pages 51. 
Consideration
15.   Adopt various City union bargaining units Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and Salary Schedules, 2018-2021, report.  MOU and Salary Schedules:  a)  Management Employees, Teamsters Local 350, b) Salary Schedule. c) Fire Battalion Chiefs, Teamsters Local 856, d) Salary Schedule.  e) Pacifica Police Managers Association/Pacifica Police Supervisors Association, f) Salary Schedules.  g) Pacifica Police Officers Association, h) Salary schedule.  MOU Resolutions: i) Management Employees, Teamsters Local 350.  j)  Fire Battalion Chiefs, Teamsters Local 856.  k) Pacifica Police Managers Association/Pacifica Police Supervisors Association.  l) Pacifica Police Officers Association. 
16.   Citizen appointments to the Emergency Preparedness & Safety Commission, Economic Development Committee, and Beautification Advisory Committee, report.  List of applicants: a) Emergency Preparedness & Safety Commission, b) Economic Development Committee. c) Beautification Advisory Committee.
Adjourn.      Note photograph : Reuters Paris Pix (Twitter) from The News Wheel,"This Man is Planting Flowers in Potholes to Protest the Bad Roads in Brussels", 4/6/18.

Posted by Kathy Meeh

Friday, November 9, 2018

Semi-official Pacifica City Council election results as of November 8


* SUE BECKMEYER 3,346 18.12%

* MIKE O'NEILL 3,296 17.85%

* MARY K. BIER 3,083 16.70%

VICKIE FLORES 2,870 15.54%

JOHN KEENER 2,653 14.37%

ADONICA SHAW PORTER 2,163 11.71%

BRIDGET DUFFY 1,054 5.71%

* Top 3 elected.


Posted by Steve Sinai

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Midterm election results, November 6, 2018



CA Secretary of State, Alex Padilla, 11/7/18, "California General Election results (semi-official)" 
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Thank you to all our City Council candidates!

Proposition Title Yes
Votes
% No
Votes
%
Yes 1 Bonds to Fund Veteran & Affordable Housing. 3,713,218 54.1% 3,154,381 45.9%
Yes 2 Amend Existing Housing Program for Mental Illness. 4,216,221 61.1% 2,680,442 38.9%
No 3 Bond for Water and Environmental Projects. 3,248,415 47.7% 3,568,010 52.3%
Yes 4 Bond for Children's Hospital Construction. 4,175,910 60.6% 2,718,855 39.4%
No 5 Senior Property Reduction. 2,873,484 41.9% 3,979,530 58.1%
No 6 Repeal of Fuel Tax Approved by Voters. 3,141,881 44.9% 3,857,819 55.1%
Yes 7 Change Daylight Saving Time Period. 4,098,868 59.9% 2,740,645 40.1%
No 8 Regulates Kidney Dialysis Treatment Charges. 2,660,633 38.4% 4,260,758 61.6%
No 10 Rental Control on Residential Property. 2,675,378 38.3% 4,310,298 61.7%
Yes 11 Emergency Ambulance Employees on-call. 4,096,948 59.4% 2,796,915 40.6%
Yes 12 Farm Animals Confinement Standards. 4,202,724 61.0% 2,688,382 39.0%

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Related articles, current election results.  State Legislative races, and San Mateo County City and County Offices:  KQED, Election 11-6-2018.  2.  Propositions, State wide offices, ballot measures,   Sacramento Bee/Adam Ashton, 11/7/18, "Here's what happened in California's election while you were sleeping."  New York Times, 11/7/18, "California election results."
Reference, San Mateo County. The official San Mateo county results update at 4:30 p.m, 11/8/18, 11/13/18, 11/16/18, 11/19/18, or 4:30 p.m., then as necessary, County of San Mateo Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder & Elections. 

Note photograph of our seven (7) City Council election 11/6/18 candidates is from  Pacifica Chamber of Commerce/photographer undisclosed,"2018 City Council Candidates Q&A," (left to right: Sue Beckmeyer, Mary Bier, Bridget Duffy, Vickie Flores, Incumbent-John Keener, Incumbent-Mike O'Neill, Adonica Shaw-Porter).


Posted by Kathy Meeh 

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Keener Can Enjoy His Retirement


Pacifica City Council election results from Tuesday night.

SUE BECKMEYER 2,878 18.14% 


MIKE O'NEILL 2,830 17.84% 

MARY K. BIER 2,640 16.64% 

VICKIE FLORES 2,513 15.84% 

JOHN KEENER 2,282 14.38% 

ADONICA SHAW PORTER 1,817 11.45%

BRIDGET DUFFY 904 5.70%


I doubt the order will change over the next few days, which means O'Neill, Beckmeyer and Bier will be on council. 

Posted by Steve Sinai

Saturday, November 3, 2018

Planning Commission meeting, Monday November 5, 2018


Attend in person, 2212 Beach Boulevard, 2nd floor.  Or, view on local Pacific Coast television, PCT/Pacifica Channel 26PCT links to meeting videos: calendar, and recent coastside civic meeting videos. City Council and Planning Commission meetings begin at 7 p.m., or shortly there following.  City meeting agendas (current and archived) are available on the City meetings calendar.  City websites:  City Council, and Planning Commission

Interactive Planning Commission Agenda, 11/5/18      Planning Commission Agenda, 11/5/18, pdf pages 306. 

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Don't worry, after the Sunday time change,
Monday will only seem like a long meeting
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Open Session, 7:00 p.m.  Administrative:  approval of order of agenda; approval of draft minutes, 10/15/18. Designation of liaison to City Council meeting.