Friday, February 6, 2015

City Council meeting, Monday, February 9, 2015

Attend in person, 2212 Beach Boulevard, 2nd floor.  Or, view on local television or live feed Pacificcoast.TV, (formerly  If you miss civic meetings, view on  PCT 26 You Tube!  The city council meeting begins at 7 p.m., or shortly there following.  City council updates and archives are available on the City website.   

Interactive City Council Agenda, 2/9/15.       Full City Council Agenda, 2/9/15, pdf pages 428.

 Closed Session, 5:30 p.m.
Items 3 and 5:  380-400 Esplanade Avenue
 CA government code 54957.6.  Conference with labor negotiator. Agency Negotiator: Carol Stevens.  Firefighters Local 2400, Battalion Chiefs Local 856, Department Directors Local 350. Wastewater Treatment Plant Employees Local 856. Miscellaneous Local 856.  Managers Local 350.  Police Officers Association, Supervisors, Management Local 350. 

Open Session, 7:00 p.m. 
Consent Calendar (pass through, limited comment) 
1.    Approval of disbursements:  FY 2014-15, 1/9/15 - 1/30/15.
2.    Approval of  
Minutes, 1/26/15.
3.    Continued 4/12/10 proclamation of the existence of cliff erosion, landslide ground substance and failure of revetment supporting the storm drainage at 380 and 400 Esplanade Avenue.
4.    Wave audit of Donna P. Janvier Charitable Remainder Trust (City's Senior Center recipient), scheduled distributions of approximately $131,000.  Report,  Legal Trust distribution waiver.

Special presentations -  In memory of Elaine Larsen.  Affordable Housing  

Public Hearings - none.  Council Communications.  Public Oral Communications.

5.    Approval of the 380 Esplanade AIMCO  Esplanade Avenue Apartments, LLC Settlement Agreement, lateral drain construction and parking lot restoration contract, 380 and 400 Esplanade Avenue.  Award construction to Casey Construction, Inc., $72,880. Approve the management and inspection services to CSG Consultants, Inc., $14,100. Award the 380 Esplanade Avenue asphalt parking lot restoration to American Asphalt, $15,040. Report,   Settlement Agreement, pdf pages 353. For construction agreements see direct city council agenda.
6.    Discuss with possible action to send a letter to Kimco Realty Corporation regarding Fairmont and Linda Mar shopping center store vacancies. (Agenda item requested by Councilmember Mike O'Neill, 11/24/14).  Report.
7.   Discuss with possible action for staff (new Economic Development Manager) to develop  a commercial property vacancy ordinance. (Agenda item requested by Councilmember Mike O'Neill, 11/24/14).  Report.
8.  Resolution to support San Mateo County 20 cities and town jurisdictions, Community Choice Aggregation (CCA), bundling renewable sources of electricity through PG&E.  Report,  Resolution.

Note:  photograph of 380 - 400 Esplanade by Chris Dant from Adequate Bird, 10/22/10.

Posted by Kathy Meeh


Anonymous said...

Can't someone just bring one copy of the Tribune over to other departments? Plus can't they send someone over 60 down to the Tribune to get the senior citizen rates?

28969 $30.00 01/23/15 01264 1 PACIFICA TRIBUNE OUTSTANDING
30.00 01.300320.52300.0000.000 2015 SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL FINANCE 2015
1 28970 $30.00 01/23/15 01264 1 PACIFICA TRIBUNE OUTSTANDING
30.00 01.800800.52300.0000.000 2015 SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL PBR 2015
1 28971 $30.00 01/23/15 01264 1 PACIFICA TRIBUNE OUTSTANDING
30.00 01.660711.52300.0000.000 2015 SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL PLANNING 2015
1 28972 $30.00 01/23/15 01264 1 PACIFICA TRIBUNE OUTSTANDING
30.00 01.700751.52300.0000.000 2015 SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL PUBLIC WORKS 2015
1 28973 $30.00 01/23/15 01264 1 PACIFICA TRIBUNE OUTSTANDING
15.00 18.940741.52300.0000.000 2015 SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL WASTEWATER 2015
15.00 18.940742.52300.0000.000 2015 SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL

Anonymous said...

1240 I'd like to think this info floated down to you in the rain with no precious time wasted by you, but that's not the case, is it?

Anonymous said...

The builders made this choice when they built on the edge of the ocean. Please don't ask the taxpayers to pay for their expensive mistakes - we can't afford it.

Anonymous said...

508 Why stop paying now? From the documents it appears the city has paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to the property owner since 2010. Apparently, the city's drainage pipe accelerated the damage. City is relocating the pipe at city expense. It isn't over.