Saturday, May 8, 2021

City Council meeting, Monday May 10, 2021

This City Council meeting may be viewed and virtually participated in on ZOOM ,  or  through the City website livestreamDial-in is also available 1-669-900-6833 .  Also, this City Council meeting will be televised on local Pacific Coast Television PCT/Pacifica Channel 26 PCT also links their program calendar, and recent coastside civic meeting videos.   
Complying with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Disease Notice (fully detailed on page 1 of the City Council PDF link below):  this civic meeting will not be physically open to the public, and will be held through teleconferencing.   
Public comments, see pages 1 and 2 of the pdf agenda below.  1) Live access is available through Zoom and dial-in: during the public comment period, press 9 to raise your hand; when called upon, provide the last 4 digits of your phone number.   Or, 2) comments for the record only prior to 4 pm date of the meeting may be submitted to  1) In the subject line be sure to specify whether oral communications or an Agenda item and the number, 2) in the text include your full na
me, 3) limit your text to no more than 350 words.  Note: many of the pdf links below currently redirect to the City (requires an extra step to open).

Interactive City Council Agenda, 5/10/21   City Council Council Agenda, 5/10/21, pdf pages 177.

OCPF - Welcome to the OCPF Home Page
Item 13, time for an electronic election campaign, maybe.
Closed Session, 6:00 p.m.  CA Code 54957.6.  Conference with labor negotiators: Agency negotiator: Timothy Davis. Pacifica Firefighters: Local 2400.   Employee organizations: Pacifica Firefighters Local 2400;  Teamsters Local 856 Battalion Chiefs;  Teamsters: Local 350 Department Directors; Teamsters Local 350 Management Employees; Teamsters Local 856 Miscellaneous Employees; Teamsters Local 856 Wastewater Treatment Plant Employees; Pacifica Police Officers Association; Pacifica Police Supervisors Association and Police Management Association.
Open Session
, 7:00 p.m.  Administrative: call to order, roll call, flag salute.  Closed session report if any.  Public hearings, none.
Special Presentations
A.    Chamber of Commerce with Economic Development Committee Representatives: Beach Bites BINGO.
B.    Proclamation:  David Martinez, Recognition of Service on the Beautification Advisory Committee.
C.    Proclamation:  Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week.
D.   Presentation:  Reimagine Sam Trans.

Consent Calendar
1.   Approval of financial disbursements (checks) FY 2020-2021:   a) 
3/16/21 - 3/31/21.
2.   Approval of Minutes:   a) 
4/26/21, regular meeting.  b) 4/28.21, special meeting.
  Continuation of
a local emergency proclamation: Coastline, Westline Drive to the end of Beach Boulevard, report.  a) Proclamation.

4.   Continuation, ratifying a local emergency proclamation: Anza pump station, report. a) Resolution.   
5.   Continuation, ratifying
a local emergency proclamation:  Novel (new) Coronavirus (COVID-19),
report.  a)  Resolution.
6.   Approve and ratify North County Fire Authority, CalFire vegetation management and wildfire preparedness grant funding opportunities, report.  a) Resolution 22-2021 (draft).  b) Resolution 23-2021 (draft).  c) Resolution 24-2021 (draft).
7.    Approve Anza Pump Station purchase agreement of two (2) new engines ((Emergency Anza Pump Station Repair Project, C036): Peterson Power Systems, Inc., $492,268,
report.  a) Purchase agreement.
8.   Approve The Davey Tree Expert Company services agreement for City tree maintenance  (public right-of-way and City owned properties and facilities): report.  a)  Bid schedule. b) Agreement (Master).
9.   Approve Public Works Wastewater Division (PW-WW) Collection System Projects, FY 20-21, replacement to prevent sewage overflows construction (East Sharp Park and Sharp Park easements), budget $500,000,
10.  Approve plan
s, specifications, bidding and future change orders for the Frontierland Park Drainage & Walkway Improvements Project, not to exceed $300,000, report.
11.  Adopt City Street repair Resolution:  a list of road repair/maintenance/rehabilitation projects, FY 2021-22.  This is funded by CA State SB 1 taxes, Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017, though newly created Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Accounts (RMRA) apportioned for each city: Approximate funding for this City, $755,871,
12.   Approve to consider appointment of two Councilmembers to an Ad Hoc Subcommittee to research coastal parking strategies utilized in other communities,
Public oral communications (through Zoom, or telephone).
Council communications, Staff communications. 

Introduction to amend City election campaign filing and disclosure requirements, and add and an electronic platform (NetFile) for the campaign and the public: NetFile platform cost per year, $4,250,
report, Ordinance.
14.   Introduction of the General Fund Baseline Budget and Master Fee Schedule, FY 2021-22,
report.  a) General Fund base budget summary report.  b)  Master fee and charges schedule (proposed), FY 2021-22. 
Adjourn.           Related: Item 13: 
NetFile "Paperless Campaign Finance Disclosure Suite".
Other City News. 
Connect with Pacifica/Kevin Woodhouse, City Manager 5/7/21.     Note photograph,
lead internet/YouTube graphic  to Massachusetts Office of Campaign and Political Finance, OCPF).
Posted by Kathy Meeh

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