Sunday, August 13, 2017

City Council meeting Monday, August 14, 2017

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.      Channel 26 television schedule, see Monday, 08/14/17. 

Interactive City Council Agenda, 8/14/16.    City Council Agenda, 8/14/17, pdf pages 552.

Closed session, 5:30 p.m. 1.  Government code 54956.8, property negotiations: price and terms of payment discussion: a portion of 540 Crespi Drive, APN 022-162-420.
2. Government code 54956.8, property negotiations: instructions to negotiators, price and terms of payment, 2212 Beach Boulevard: Friend Development Group LLC, a Delaware LLC. 

Open session, 7:00 p.m.
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Item 13.  Local Coastal Plan.
Protect our Sharp Park community.
Call to order, roll call, salute to flag.  Closed Session report. Special presentations: none. Proclamation: none.
Consent Calendar 
1.     Approval of financial disbursements 6/15/17 - 7/15/17, report. a)  FY 2017-2018, b)  FY 2016-2017.
2.     Approval of City Council meeting Minutes, report. a) 7/24/17.
3.     Proclamation confirming existence of a local emergency" Pacifica coastline from Westline Drive to the end of Beach Blvd., report. a) bluff failure photographs, 8-1-17.
4.     Ordinance second reading amending election information disclosure: including publication and reporting of campaign contributions, and independent expenditures over $5,000, report/Ordinance.
5.     Repeal and rescind the temporary rent increase moratorium ordinance, second reading, report/Ordinance.
6.     Resolution contract with SM County Human Services Agency to provide out-of-school STEM hands-on learning for Elementary/Middle School youth (50% match), funding award $34,976, report/Resolution.
7.     Approve SM County Office of Education contracts, providing child care, development services, preschool classes (CSPP), FY 2017-18:  CA State grant $279,023, report/Resolution. a)  Contract, 7/1/17 - 6/30/18.
8.     Approve job description for Senior Planner, report/Resolution. a) Senior Planner job description.
9.     Award FY 2016-17 Collections System Project construction contract to C2R Engineering, Inc., $482,820, report. a) C005D Contract.
10.    Approve Bay City Electric Works purchase order for an 80 KW Kohler power system generator and transfer switch; and Calcon Systems, Inc. for installation at the David Davis Lift Station, report. a)  Bay City Electric Works (Kohler generator), $54,870. b) Calcon contract, $41,485.
11.     Approve Raney Planning & Management, Inc., second amendment to city-wide planning consultant agreement: increase budget $100,000, total contract not to exceed $250,000, report. a) Second amendment agreement. 
Communications - Public (Oral); City Council; City Staff.

Public hearings
12.    Municipal Code regulation amendments, permitting electric vehicle charging spaces and charging stations, report/Ordinance text amendments. a) Plug-in electric vehicle sales graph, 2011-17.  b) CA Assembly Bill 1236. 
Consideration
13.   Complete an update of the Draft Local Coastal Plan, report. a)  Request for Proposals, 6/28/17, pdf pages 59. Proposals, 7/24/17:  b) ESA, pdf pages 84. c)  Revell Coastal, pdf pages 60. d)  Standard consultant contract, pdf pages 11.
14.   Aircraft flying into and from San Francisco International Airport, future potential action, report. a)  FAA Initiative to address regional noise. b) Congressional letter, 7/28/17. c) Roundtable Legislative Subcommittee Meeting Summary. d)  Letter from Elizabeth Lewis, Roundtable Chairperson. e)  SFO Community Roundtable Annual Work Plan, 7/1/17 - 6/30/17.
15.   Appointments to the Beautification Advisory Committee; Parks, Beaches & Recreation Commission; Open Space & Parkland Advisory Committee; Planning Commission, report. Applicants: a)  Beautification Advisory Committee. b) Parks, Beaches & Recreation Commission. c)  Open Space & Parkland Advisory Committee. d)  Planning Commission. 
16.   Adopt resolution approving the City investment policy, report/Resolution. a) COP Investment Policy 2017.
17.    Flood damage prevention ordinance, report. a)  Proposed Ordinance. b) Existing Ordinance.
Adjourn.      Note: photograph #3 from California Beaches/Sharp Park Beach, Pacifica, CA.
 
Posted by Kathy Meeh

17 comments:

Sharon said...

RE Item 13 Why is the city considering hiring Environmental Science Associates, a totally partisan group recommending elimination of the SHARP PARK berm and allowing intrusion of sea water into Laguna Salada, the golf course and surrounding homes and businesses? Didn’t the city of San Francisco just go thru a very expensive fight to protect that pond as a frog and snake nursery? Why should the taxpayers of Pacifica pay ESA and Batallia $185,000.00 to recommend a non solution? Why can municipalities around the world build sea walls that protect them for centuries but we can’t get it together to build one?

Anonymous said...

The reason why, is that we have a dishonest, manipulative and illegitimate council majority doing the bidding of a small, well organized and loud group of eco-bullies who want to turn Pacifica into their own personal wetland. Battalio has provided the so called "data" to take down the golf course, sink the library, stop improvements on Beach Blvd and now create the Sea Level Rise narrative for the final assault on Pacifica.
He's their 'boy" and he can't wait to take our tax dollars for his dirty work.

Anonymous said...

Sharon, It is because they have an agenda. To eliminate us. That is the bottom line. This wako enviro has to go. We will vote out all who have an agenda to hurt us.

Nostrildamus said...

10:10AM....Who will be the candidates who will be voted in when you vote out those with the hurtful agenda?.

Dan Stegink was appointed 3-2 to the Planning Commission last night. He seems to be the one who is being groomed (and rewarded?) by Deirdre and Keener for Sue Digre's seat in 2018. Who will run against and prevail against Dan Stegink if another one of my prophecies is realized?

You need one candidate into Sue Digre's termed out seat in 2018, unless the council majority were to somehow overturn term limits. They might want to try that. Getting the Digre seat and vanquishing Keener might be too ambitious.

Anonymous said...

"Stegink appointed 3-2 to Planning Commission." If we ever needed proof that these corrupt
eco-ideologues stole our election and then our city, this is it.
Stegink has been rewarded for carrying out Deirdre's dirty little election scheme to dump Mary Ann.
Next they are rewarding Bob Battalio with a bag full of our tax dollars for his pseudo sea level rise science to kill our golf course, block the library and pave the way for managed retreat.
This insidious group of bullies buried their ethics in the city hall parking lot and won't stop until they've shut down Pacifica.
Where is the moral outrage?

Anonymous said...

With the Trump/Bannon/Miller/Gorka crackpots diminishing America from the right, and the Keener/Martin/Kaufman/Battalio crackpots diminishing Pacifica from the left, I'm too depressed to be outraged. Maybe we're getting to the point at which none of it will really matter any more?
On the other hand, if we become a sanctuary city and all federal dollars stop and then the county has to take us over, the crazy agendas will disappear, fiscal responsibility will be restored and we can start all over again. We'll just have to try harder to not let the same stupidity that got us here happen again.

Anonymous said...

10:16 I can't disagree with you but you but I hope you realize that you are preparing yourself to accept a lot more darkness than we currently face, before dawn. This is going to cause a lot of heartache, pain and financial distress on all Pacificans. Young, old, rich, poor, healthy and disabled will be forced to subsidize the ideology of these sick selfish bastards.
This is the worst I've ever seen in Pacifica and I've been here over 60 years.

Anonymous said...

The crazies; Keener/Martin/Kaufman/Battalio just added another toxic chemical to their soup, Stegink!

Anonymous said...

Dan is on planing and you carpetbaggers are not.

So go cry in your beer!

Anonymous said...

6:36 Dan,I was wondering how long it would take you to post here. Trump would be proud.

Anonymous said...

Dan, YOU are the carpetbagger. Nice try at obfuscation.

Anonymous said...

The city council has hidden agendas. For their choice on the PB&R Commission item 15, they ousted the incumbent who I heard was very active in the community. With zero discussion they unanimously voted to replace him with someone brand new, Something shady going on.

Anonymous said...

Go Dan Go, Now we can all see clearly what an idiot you are! Thanks for being a huge part with helping Keener, Martin and Digre with destroying our city! Lets see how much faster you can screw more things up!

What a great accomplishment, Dan was the only applicant, had to extend the process so that other's could apply! Another bad joke on the citizens of Pacifica.

Anonymous said...

I believe there is one man in town who can beat Dan Stegink, and that man is Eric Ruchames.
He's a BOSS!

Anonymous said...

Mary Ann had a lame campaign, no offense. I don't think she would have won even if the Hatch Act stuff did not come to light. Mary Ann was too wrapped up in regional matters and forgot about the Pacifica environmentals who along with supporters of Jim Vreeland, put her in office in the first place. Deirdre had a better campaign and cute baby. I was born in France and know that those with cute babies in their campaign literature cannot be beat. Just saying.....

Anonymous said...

Who cares about PB&R appointments, Planning is a platform for future councilmen.

Anonymous said...

Ironically enough, the things that are happening in Pacifica are a microcosm of what is happening nationally. People are angry at things that personally affect them, and so blamed the leaders currently in charge only to see devastating and far worse things happen to their country or their city. Ms. Nihart may not have been 100% perfect but she was highly capable, experienced and influential on a local, regional and statewide level. Pacifica has lost that influence and the confidence in their decision-making and this matters. What we have now is a majority Council of inexperienced people that are harming this city in ways that will only be realized when it is too late. Hope to be wrong and wish them luck in improving the condition of this beautiful but needy community that can't take care of itself or its people and the current majority council expresses no vision of doing so in the future.