Saturday, October 12, 2019

City Council meeting, Monday October 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 usually 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 meeting, 10/14/19.    City Council meeting, 10/14/19, pdf pages 428. 

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Special Presentation:  Fire Prevention Month.
Open Session, 7:00 p.m. Call to order, roll call, salute to flag. 
Special Presentations - Fire Prevention Month.
   Consent Calendar 
1.    Approval of financial disbursements (checks), FY 2019-2020:  a) 9/1/19 - 9/15/19.
2.    Approval of Minutes:  a) 9/9/19.  b) 9/23/19.
3.    Proclamation confirming existing of a local emergency: coastline from Westline Drive to the end of Beach Boulevard, report.
4.    Adopt proclamation confirming existence of a local emergency: Hickey Boulevard, report.  a) Main sewer line.damage. 
5.    Agreement with CentralSquare Technologies for asset and infrastructure management software, budget authority $144,837, report.  a) Agreement .
6.    Award construction contract to Waterproofing Associates, Inc. for the Calera Creek Water Recycling Plant Roof Improvements (P018A), report. a) Construction contract.
7.   Sanitary Truck Drivers and Helpers, Teamsters, Local 350 disclaimer of interest in representing the employees in the City, Department Directors Bargaining Unit, report/Resolution. a) Disclaimer of Interest.
8.   Response to San Mateo County Civil Grand Jury Report titled "Soaring City pension costs - follow-up on Grand Jury Report of 2017-2018", report.  a) Civil Grand Jury Report, 7/17/18.  b) City response to Grand Jury findings, 9/24/18.  c) Superior Court letter, 7/29/19.  d) City response to Grand Jury findings, 10/14/19.  
Communications (Oral):  Public, City Council, City Staff.  

Public hearings 

9.   Appeal of the Planning Commission's approval with limitations of rent increase application (RIA-2-18) for the Gateway Marymount Project, 435 Gateway Drive (APN 009-540-110; 009-540-120; 009-540-130; 009-540-140; 009-540-150; 009-540-160; and 009-540-170), File 2018-036, report.  a) PC Resolution 2019-029.  b) Marymount Gateway, LLC, formal appeal withdrawal of PC Resolution 2019-029, 8/19/19.
10.   Resolution: Acquisition of  necessity: 330 Esplanade (APN 009-413-030) by Eminent Domaine for the 310-330 Esplanade Infrastructure Preservation Project.  a) Resolution.  b) Government Code. Offer.  c) Notice of Intention to Consider Adoption of Resolution of Necessity.
11.    Amend City Municipal Code, Chapter 15 of Title 3, to add Federal Uniform Guidance policies, report, Ordinance.  a)  Resolution amending purchasing policy.  b) Purchasing policy 2019 redlined. 

12.     Approve third amendment to the CSG Consultants, Inc. agreement for various building division services:  FY 2019-20, 1 year to 10/31/20, not to exceed $400,000, report.  a) Agreement. 
Adjourn.      Note Firepup mascot graphic from the National Fire Safety Council (NFSC, Inc.).
Posted by Kathy Meeh

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Democrats breakfast meeting, Saturday October 19, 2019 - PRC Community safety net services

Please join us Saturday, October 19th for a presentation regarding the safety net services provided to our community by the Pacifica Resource Center. 
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PRC: Neighbors enjoying helping neighbors.
Our guest speakers will be Chris Hunter and Tygar Bigstyck, both currently serving as Directors on the PRC Board.
The meeting will begin at 9:30 am in the rear banquet room of the Sharp Park Golf Course Restaurant.
A full breakfast is available for $12, a continental breakfast is $6, or just coffee or tea for $3, although no purchase is necessary.
If you wish to join or renew your membership in the Pacifica, Daly City Democrats, you can do so on Saturday by completing a membership application, available at the sign-in table. However, meetings of the club are free and open to the public.
Submitted by Suzan Getchell, President, Pacifica-Daly City Democrats Club
Reference.  Pacifica Resource Center (PRC), Neighbors helping neighbors.  "Since 1974, PRC has worked with local businesses, organizations, and individuals throughout Pacifica to provide food, housing support, and other critical services to our neighbors in need.  PRC is the only core agency in San Mateo County that provides these services to Pacificans struggling to make ends meet."   Listing of Programs and Services.   Facebook.   Note logo graphic and photograph  from Pacifica Resource Center. 
Posted by Kathy Meeh

Friday, October 4, 2019

Planning Commission meeting, Monday October 7, 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 usually 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.   

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Item 1.  Goodbye pink house on Palmetto!
Open Session, 7:00 p.m.  Administrative:  approval of order of agenda; draft Minutes.  a) Minutes (draft), 8/19/19.  Designation of liaison to City Council meeting, 8/14/19: Marymount appeal.  Consideration items, none.
Public oral communications

Consent items
1.    File 2019-027: CDP-411-19.  Demolition of an existing single-family residence:  2205 Palmetto Avenue (APN 016-211-210), report.  a) Emergency CDP-411-19, Collapse Hazard. 

New Public Hearings 
2.    File 2017-021.  Construction of a 1,398 (sf) two-story single-family residence on an existing 2,250 (sf) nonconforming lot, and exception providing one or two uncovered off-street parking spaces: lot 37, block 1, Salada Beach subdivision revised map, south side of Salada Avenue, west of Palmento Avenue and Salada Avenue (APN 016-050-400), report.
Attachments:  a) Resolution (draft) and COAs.  b) Revised site plan letter of explanation.  Planning Commission 7/15/19: c) Report (without attachments A and E), d) Minutes, e) Original project plans approved.  f) Public comments.

3.     File 2018-032.  CAP 11-18. Establish a medicinal and adult-use Cannabis Retail Operation:  1726 Palmetto Avenue (APN 016-031-260), West Sharp Park, report.  a) Resolution (draft) for approval and COAs.  b) Land Use/Zoning.  c) Plan Set.  d) Owner declaration.  e) Operations plan.  f) Security plan.  g) Public comments. 
Communications:  Planning Commission, Staff.  Adjourn.

Reference, development/planning acronyms. 
ADU, Accessory dwelling unit construction, APN, Assessor's parcel number. 
CDP, Coastal Development permit.  COAs, conditions of approval.  CZ, (Coastal Zone Combining) zoning districts. DA, development agreement. DP, development permit. HDR, High density residential. GPA, General Plan Amendment.  LCP, Local Coastal Program.  LDR, low density residential.  LLC, limited liability company.  MDR, medium density residential.  PD, Planned Development.  PE, Parking Exception.  PSD, Site Development permit. PUE. Public utilities easment. PV, Permit Variance.  RIA, Rent Increase Application.  RZ, rezoning.  S, Sign permit. SE, Sign Exception. SF, square foot. SP, Specific Plan.  SUB, Subdivision. TA, text amendment (ordinance). UP, Use permit.    Zoning: California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).   CA CEQA: Guidelines, Article 19, Categorical Exemptions: Class 1 categorical exemptions: existing facilities, section 15301; no significant effect section 15061 (b)(3); not a project, a review, section 15378; Class 2, section 15302.   Freestanding single-family residences set-back and parking, C-1, neighborhood commercial.  C-2, Commercial/Office (within 100  ft. of a residential zone) C-3, Service Commercial. Class 3 categorical exemption, section 15303.  Class 32, Infill Development projects, section 15332. LCLUP, Local Coastal Land Use Plan.  MND, Mitigated negative declaration. MMRP, Mitigation monitoring and reporting program.  MOD, modification of subdivision regulations.   Cannabis/Marijuana:
  CAP, Cannabis Activity Permit. CO-RB, Cannabis Operation, Rockaway Beach Overlay District. CO-SP, Cannabis Operation, Sharp Park Overlay District.  CPSL, Cannabis Public Safety License.  CRO, Cannabis Retail Operation.  MPSLs, Marijuana Public Safety Licenses.  MO-RB, Marijuana Operation-Rockaway Beach Overlay District.  MRO, Marijuana Retail Operation. MUPs, Marijuana Use Permits and related zoning.   City APR, annual progress report. GPA, General Plan amendment.  LCLUP, Local Coastal Land Use Plan, updated documents.  CIP, capital improvement program, Title/Ordinances/Municipal Code. GP, General Plan, update documents, background history.  PMC, Pacifica Municipal Code.  R1, single-family residential,  R-2, Two family residential; R-3, Multi-family residential; R-3G, Multiple-family residential garden district. RIA, rent increase application.  S, City of Pacifica Sign ordinance.  CA code, accessory (second residential) dwelling units, 65852.2.  Zoning/Planning Handouts, City of Pacifica.  TBD, to be determined. TDR, transfer of development rights (urban planning).      Note photograph of the pink house on Palmetto, slide 2 from Redfin.
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