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Closed session, 6 p.m.
CA code section 54956.8.CA code section 54956.8. Conference with real property negotiators, 2212 Beach Blvd, price and terms of payment for sale of the property. City: Lorie Tinfow City Manager; Michelle Marchetta Kenyon, City Attorney; Anne Stedler, Economic Development Manager, with Friend Development Group, LLC; StonePark Capital; The Peebles Corporation; and A.F. Canta.
Open session, 7 p.m. Call to order, roll call, salute to flag. Closed Session report.
Proclamations. International Peace Day. 2016 Olympians: Danny Barrett and Ryan Patterson.
Presentation. Fog Fest.
|Proposed: hotel and restaurant (purple);|
library (blue); street (green); housing (yellow).
2. Approval of City Council meeting Minutes, report. a) Regular meeting, 8/8/16.
3. Proclamation (8/25/16) confirming existing of a Local Emergency, Pacifica Coastline from Westline Drive to the end of Beach Boulevard, report. a) Proclamation, 1/22/16 (Attachment 1). b) Photos, 8/17/16
4. Amend and adopt Chapter 4, Title 9 permitted and conditional uses in the C-1, neighborhood commercial district, new licensing standards for lawful massage businesses, (second reading). Report/Resolution, pdf pages 6.
5. Repeal the existing Ordinance Chapter 19 relating to the massage business, and replace with Title 5 public welfare, morals and conduct of the City municipal code, (second reading). Report/Ordinance, pdf pages 22.
6. Resolution authorizing the County to provide out-of-school STEM learning for Elementary/Middle School Youth (grant funding, $27,720, 50% in-kind match), Report/Resolution, pdf pages 3. a) Contract, pdf pages 13.
7. Waste Water Equalization Basin project amendment 1, Terraphase Engineering consultant agreement to complete the CEQA environmental phase, additional cost: $24,500, contingency $15,500, report. Contract amendment 1, pdf pages 16.
8. Battalion Chiefs Teamsters, Local 856 wage and benefit agreement, 8/20/16 - 6/30/18. Report/Resolution. a) Memorandum of Understanding, pdf pages 60.
9. Adopt San Mateo County Hazard Mitigation Plan update/FEMA Emergency Management. Report/Resolution. a) City jurisdiction profile, Chapter 13/Police/Planning, pdf pages 22.
b) Grant program, pdf pages 4. c) San Mateo County Plan, 7/2016, pdf pages 365. d) FEMA letter, 9/1/16, pdf pages 2.
Communications - Public (Oral); City Council; City Staff. Public Hearings, none.
10. Economic Development Committee (EDC) Annual Report, Objectives, (improve business).
11. Resolution to refund (refinance) the 2008 Certificates of Participation (COP),(remaining $16.2M debt, to a lower interest rate. Approximate annual savings $500,000 -$700,000 (depending upon Bond market conditions at sale, reported to City Council, meeting 10/10/16. (Bond maturity dates will remain the same, final maturity 1/1/37). Report/Resolution, pdf pages 11.
a) Preliminary Official Statement, pdf pages 82. b) US Bank National Association Trust Agreement, pdf pages 51. c) Escrow Agreement, pdf pages 5. d) Amended and Restated Lease Agreement, pdf pages 28. e) Amended and Restated Site Lease, pdf pages 9. f) Certificate Purchase Agreement, pdf pages 28.
12. Approve developer selection of 2212 Beach Boulevard development, report, pdf pages 9. a) Developer Selection Criteria, (from City Council report, 10/26/15). b) Coastal Hazards Study Technical Report Summary/ Moffat & Nichol, 6/2016, pdf pages 40. c) Keyser Marston Associates (Advisors in Public/Private Real Estate Development) Memorandum, 9/9/16, pdf pages 4, .... "In conclusion, KMA has identified Friend Development Group, LLC as the respondent that has the best experience with hotel development for a site that requires significant effort and resources to undertake the process for regulatory approvals and understands that the project needs to be special and distinctive in the marketplace and not simply a traditional select service hotel." (page 4).
Related, Item 12 (above). Bloomberg/Friend Development Group LLC. James H. Friend, Esq. Note photographs. Halloween spoof from City of Pacifica (@Pacifica) | Twitter. West Sharp Park proposed development map plan image from the City of Pacifica, "City takes steps to develop its vacant property at 2212 Beach Boulevard with library and hotel", 11/16/15.
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