Saturday, June 24, 2017

City Council meeting, Monday, June 12, 2017

OOPS, in correcting a typo, I  hit the publish rather than the save button, which changed the article date to current. The date is out of order, but the comments were saved.  Sorry for any confusion caused. (Kathy) 

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.      Channel 26 television schedule, see Monday, 06/12/17. 

Interactive City Council Agenda, 6/12/17        City Council Agenda, 6/12/17, pdf page 399

Open session, 7:00 p.m.

Consent Calendar 
1.     Approval of financial disbursements, report. a)  4/26/17 - 5/15/17.
2.     Approval of City Council meeting Minutes, report.  a)  5/8/17. b)  5/22/17.  c)  5/16/17.
3.     Proclamation confirming Pacifica coastline local emergency: Westline Drive to the end of Beach Boulevard, report.  Photographs: bluff failure/boulders on the beach,6/6/17.
4.     Code Enforcement Officer job description, revisions in contemplation of new hire, report/Resolution.  a) Revisions, 5/22/17.
5.     FY 2015-16, Child Care Reserve Account funds transfer to the General Fund, $72,457, report.
6.     FY 2017-18, prepare documents/contractual agreements/amendments with County of San Mateo Area Agency on Aging for Congregate Nutrition, Transportation, Home Delivered Meals and Supplemental Home Deliverd Meals programs, and any other 1x State or County funds, report.
7.     Notice of completion, Hazardous Materials Abatement and demolition, 310 Esplanade Avenue, report/Resolution.  a)  City Engineer notice, 6/12/17.
8.     Pier wall caps replacement project, R.E. Staite Engineering, Inc. construction agreement, $83,750.  (Project will combine with a pending 5/2013 National Fish and Wildlife Federation and California Wildlife Conservation Board grant, reimbursement $500,000.). report. a)  R.E. Staite Engineering, Inc. construction agreement, pdf pages 23. 
9.     400 block Esplanade Coastal Trail, Alta Planning & Design not to exceed $75,000, report.  a) Professional trail design agreement, pdf pages 20.
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NIMBY Items, 12 and 15.
10.   Letter of opposition to CA Proposition 64 cannabis trailer bill currently being considered by the the CA legislature, (the trailer bill deletes various local control, public health and safety provisions), report.  a) Letter. 
Communications - Public (Oral); City Council; City Staff.   

Public Hearing
11.   Resolution adopting the City Capital Improvement Program (CIP), 2017-2022, report, Resolution.  a) CIP draft, pdf pages 172.  b) Planning Commission CIP Resolution. 
12.   Eliminate future library location site, 2212 Beach Blvd, a request from Mayor Pro Tem John Keener, report.
13.   Open Space and Parkland Advisory Committee Preservation (OSPAC) Award, and Annual Report, report.  Annual report, 2016.
14.   City council Study Session (priorities and management guidance): short term rental regulations, report, pdf pages 8. a)  CoastalCommission/Coastal Zone.  b)  San Mateo County/21 Elements/short term vacation rentals, pdf pages 21.  c) Pacifica/CA Code of Ordinances/Bed and Breakfast.
15.    Abandonment of Highway 1 widening (a request from Councilmember Deirdre Martin), letter to San Mateo County Transportation Authority. Request repurpose funding for that purpose to re-study Highway 1 same area congestion alternatives, report. a) Draft letter to Caltrans. b) Letter from SMCTA 5/30/17.
16.   Amend and extend 5 years the City Growth Management Ordinance (Municipal Code TA-107-17, Title 9, Chapter 5). Report/Resolution,pdf pages 6. a) Planning Commission Resolution. b) Ordinance, pdf pages 5.
17.   Illegal Fireworks Task Force recommendations, report.
Note skunk graphics:  Bring flowers from Cartoons/skunk.. image #3; exposed to backside from Changing Winds/12/14/16, "Do you provide skunkadelic service to your customers?"
Posted by Kathy Meeh


Anonymous said...

Do you think one code enforcement officer will be able to handle all the Ordinance codes. My guess is no! How many members on the council know Pacifica Ordinances Codes Chapter 9. -LITTER and Chapter 25.-Property Maintenance and nuisance Abatement.We need mores worker on the streets to look for and sight offences not on just complaints only basis. This town looks like sh.. and you are worried about rent control, which is going to cost over a half a million dollars to administer! And its BS that its costs will be cost neutral!Council should be directing staff to clean up this town...

Steve Sinai said...

The county wrote a letter to the city asking whether Pacifica still wishes to go forward with highway improvements. Reading it, I got the impression that the county is getting fed-up with the delays, and that Pacifica is at risk of losing all funding for traffic improvements.

Letter from SMCTA 5/30/17

Council is in a tough spot. I'm sure Keener, Digre and Martin would love to stop the highway widening, but it will look very bad if their non-action causes the city to lose all that money for highway improvements while having no back-up plan to deal with the traffic. My guess is they'll be willing to lose the money in order to stop highway widening, while trying to come up with ways to direct the blame away from themselves and towards Caltrans and the county for being unwilling to fund alternatives.

Anonymous said...

The "gang of no" run this city. It's been that way for 30+ years. Not a damned thing you "yessies & fixies" can do about it.

Tear in your beer!