Friday, January 11, 2019

City Council meeting, Monday January 14, 2019


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, 1/14/19.      City Council Agenda, 1/14/19, pdf pages 136.

Closed Session, 6:00 p.m.
A.     CA code 54957.6.  labor negotiator conference:  Janae Novotny; KevinWoodhouse, City Manager.   Employee organizations: Firefighters Local 2400; Teamsters Local 350 Department Directors. 
B.     CA code 54956.9, (d)(2); (e) (1), existing litigation: City of Pacifica, et. al. v. Ruben Salvatierra, et. al., San Mateo County Superior Court, Case 18CIVO4420.
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C.     CA code 54956.9, (d)(2); (e) (1), existing litigation: City of Pacifica, et. al. v. Ana C. Leano-Williams, et. al., San Mateo County Superior Court, Case 18CIV0622.

Open Session, 7:00 p.m.  Call to order, roll call, salute to flag. Closed Session report.
Special Presentations:  1) Ray Wolfgramm.  2) San Mateo County age-friendly cities program/Cynthia Nakayama. 

Consent Calendar  
1.     Approval of financial disbursements (checks):  a) FY 2018-19,
11/16/18 - 12/15/18.
2.     Approval of City Council Minutes:  a) Special meeting, 11/29/18.  b) Special and regular meeting, 12/10/18.  c) Adjourned regular meeting, 12/17/18. d) Special meeting, 12/17/18. 
3.      Proclamation confirming existence of a local emergency, coastline from Westline Drive to the end of Beach Blvd, report.  a) photographs, 400 Esplanade continued bluff failure, 1/8/19.
4.      Approval of 4LEAF, Inc.management and inspection services contract: Wet Weather Equalization Basin Project (EQ Basin), amendment 2, $323,900.
5.      Relocate Administrative Clerk II position to a second Permit Technician within the Planning Department to better suit current City needs, report/Resolution.  Permit Technician (TC):  a) Existing job description red lined, b) Proposed job description.
6.     Adopt new Maintenance Aid, part-time worker classification, report/Resolution. a) Job description; b) Salary schedule.
Communications (Oral):  Public, City Council, City Staff.  Public Hearings, none.

Consideration
7.      Potential amendments to the City marijuana regulations,  report.  Marijuana: a) Qualified  registration list, b) Lottery results, c) Use Permit processing timelines, d) Dispensary density/crime articles. 
8.     City Council liaison and committee assignments, 2019, report.  a) Liaison and committee assignments, 2018.  b) Committee meeting information/descriptions.

Adjourn in honor of Jean Fassler, Pacifica's First Mayor.  The Union newspaper,12/12/18, "Obituary of Jean Frances Fassler", article and photograph. "... In 1957, at the age of 38, Jean became the First Mayor of the newly incorporated City of Pacifica. She served as mayor and councilwoman over a span of 6 years coping with the multiplicity of problems in a new community. She later became the first woman to serve on the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors, where she served from 1965-1976. ..." 

Posted by Kathy Meeh

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Item 7-Marijuana Regulations:any illegal marijuana businesses will be closed by City of Pacifica

Anonymous said...

Whaaaaaaaaaaatttt?
all that time and money and no revenue. I thought this was all we needed to create wealth for pacifica?

Stoner Patrol said...

lol CA voters voted to legalize weed in 20-freaking-16 wtf how does this embarrassment of a town not have its freaking shit together yet

Anonymous said...


Pacifica Council direction seems to be 3 dispensaries on Palmetto and 3 Rockaway Beach.Lottery still has 2 left to fill the 2 increases.Total remains 6 legal.Seems sensible to concentrate marijuana businesses so police can keep under control.

Anonymous said...

That's all Pacifica needs, Easy to get weed for the dope smoking hippies. No wonder the City is so fucked up.

Cheers.

Anonymous said...

Why Rockaway? that would hurt property values .. 3 dispensaries is enough for Pacifica. These are not candy stores!

The Social Libertarian said...

I'd argue that Pacifica doesn't actually need "smoke shops" / marijuana dispensaries. Now that it is legal, why can't it be sold directly from existing liquor vendors or pharmacies? What purpose does this rigmarole of additional licenses/stores serve?

There is no revenue to be had here. Voters legalized weed not because they wanted to run out in hordes and buy this narcotic. But because they did not want to be harassed and jailed for a personal treatment/indulgence. Government interference in this matter, other than backing off from punitive harassment, doesn't serve any purpose.

Nucking Fidiots!





Anonymous said...

Council Meeting: legal marijuana business complaint about Pacifica raising cap from 2 to 3, changing rules, and putting business investment at risk.

Pacifica changing Marijuana Business Ordinances is unfair ordinance application,while illegal, no caps,no excise tax marijuana businesses allowed operation.


Pacifica allowing bad business practices.What can happen?