Friday, June 24, 2016

City Council Meeting, Monday June 27, 2016

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.

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Item 10. Quarry housing vote, 11/8/16:
181 apartments, 25 live/work units.
Closed session - None.
Open session, 7 p.m. Call to order, roll call, salute to flag, closed session report. 
Special presentations:  1) Employee recognition for El Nino storm related emergency. 2) Parks, Beaches and Recreation month. 

Consent Calendar
1.     Approval of disbursements, 6/8/16 - 6/14/16.
2.     Approval of Minutes. 6/13/16.    
3.     Proclamation confirming existence of a local emergency, Westline Drive to the end of Beach Blvd.  Report.  1) Proclamation, 2)  continued bluff failure photographs, 6/21/16. 
4.     Approval of Davey Tree Expert Company service contract renewal (tree maintenance and emergencies), FY 2016-17, amount $141,180.  Report.  Contract, including scope of work, pdf pages 6.
5.     Agreement with Service Station Testing (contractor) to install two new fuel tanks for the Calera Creek Water Recycling Plant, amount not to exceed $128,000.  Report.  Bids.  Contract, including scope of work, pdf pages 11.
6.     Resolution, Fiscal year Budget 2016-17: City revenue spending limits are in compliance with State Proposition 111 per capita limits.  (City revenues subject to the formula limit are 47% , well below the maximum limit.)  Report/Resolution. a)  Explanation. b)  Calculation.
7.     Resolution, State Coastal Conservancy for grant funding:  trail design and improvements, 400 Esplanade Avenue, amount $75,000 (to be reimbursed to the City from the State).
Report/Resolution.  Agreement, pdf pages 27.
8.     Resolution establishing new Public Works Department positions, adopted in the FY 2016-17 Operating Budget:  1) Deputy Director of Public Works (Field services and engineering); 2) Director of Public Works (Wastewater); 3) Senior Project Engineer (Wastewater).  "Add responsibility for the Wastewater division to the Public Works Director's job description to reflect the new allocation of time: Half time to the Field Services and Engineering Divisions, half time to the Wastewater Division. ... elimination of the previous Wastewater Director's position.  Budget increase impact: Public Works Department $56,000; Wastewater Division, $263,000. Report/Resolution.  Updated (6/27/16) Executive employment descriptions, 6/27/16: a) Director (Public Works/City Engineer, b)  Deputy Director (Public Works/Wastewaster); c) Deputy Director (Public Works/Field Service & Engineering), d)  Senior Project Engineer (Watewater).
9.    Resolution accepting the Sewer Service charges Report, FY 2016-17, and direct filing of changes to San Mateo County Controller. Report/Resolution.  a) Sewer service charge schedule. 
Communications - Public (Oral); City Council; City Staff.  Public Hearings, none. 

10.   Adopt resolution notice of General Municipal election Tuesday, 11/8/16, including "Pacifica Quarry Restoration and Responsible Development Initiative."  Report/Resolution. a)  Measure text, pdf pages 8.  Adjourn.   

Reference, Item 10, from the City website: City Attorney Ballot Title & Summary...pdf pages 2.  Note graphic from The Quarry Restore & Connect/update and Resources,"Conceptual Site Plan." (proposed Item 10 development above).  "The conceptual plans shown here demonstrate the project’s strong emphasis on open space, with over 75% of the 86-acre property designated for wetland open space, a Creekside Park, an amphitheater and meadow within the quarry bowl, upgraded and safer trails, and extensive open hillside areas."

Posted by Kathy Meeh

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