Friday, April 8, 2016

City Council Meeting, Monday, April 11, 2016

Attend in person, 2212 Beach Boulevard, 2nd floor. Or view on local television or live feed Pacific Coast TV. If you missed meetings, view on PCT26 YouTube!  The city council meeting begins at 7 p.m., or shortly there following. City Council updates and archives are available on the City Council website.

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Item 3. State required Housing Element Annual
Report; otherwise in this City, why bother?
Interactive City Council Agenda 4/11/16.    City Council Agenda, 4/11/16, pdf pages 311.

Closed session, CA government code 54957.6.  Conference with labor negotiator. Agency Negotiator: Carol Stevens.  Firefighters Local 2400, Battalion Chiefs Local 856, Department Directors Local 350. Wastewater Treatment Plant Employees Local 856. Miscellaneous Local 856.  Managers Local 350.  Police Officers Association, Supervisors, Management Local 350. 

Open Session, 7:00 p.m. Call to order, roll call, salute to flag, closed session report. 
Special Presentations:  Enzo Galligani. 

Consent Calendar 
1.     Approval of disbursements, 3/24/16 - 4/4/16.
2.    Approval of  Minutes, 3/28/16.
3.    General Plan Housing Element implementation 2015-23. Report,  a)  2015, pdf pages 9. Table A, page 1:  new construction for very low, low, mixed-income multi-family unit projects, 0; moderate income, 1; above moderate income 7; total 8.
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Item 6.  Road pavement conditions #19 worst
of 20 cities in San Mateo County.
4.    Resolution designating the City Manager applicant's agent for non-state agencies for California Emergency Management Agency (CAlEMA), and California Disaster Assistance Act (CDAA) Program.  Report/Resolution. 
Communications - Public (Oral); City Council; City Staff.  Public Hearings - None.

5.    Beautification Advisory Committee Annual Report, FY 2015-16. Report.  Presentation.
6.    Pavement Condition Index (PCI) report.  Report. Page 1, in San Mateo County, of 20 cities, one city had worst street pavement conditions than Pacifica. Attachments:  1)  Data Collection/Quality Management, pdf pages102. 2)   Budget Options, pdf pages 120. 
7.    Appointment to committees and commission:  1) Beautification Advisory, 2) Economic Development, 3) Planning Commission, 4) Library Advisory.  Report.  Applicants.

Note photographs. Open space (on the way to Mori Point) from Postcards for you, "Pacifica: a northern California escape to 'reconnect and refresh'."  Road potholes from Vos Iz Neias? Los Angeles, "Where's The Lane? Self-driving cars confused by shabby US Roadways." 

Posted by Kathy Meeh 

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The things I like about Stegnick are he's not afraid to be the only guy in a room full of a hundred people saying something is a bad idea. He's the only one in town willing to say the new library is a bad idea, and he's winning the hearts and minds of the people. I agree with him on that.

The things I don't like about Stegnick are when he gets up at the podium and says the evictions of Latinos from Pacifica are some sort of hate crime. No one has a right to live here. You signed a contract and if you don't pay your bills, or can no longer afford to live here, you get evicted. That simple. I would very much doubt that the statistics would show we evict more Latinos than white people here.