Thursday, November 23, 2017

City Council meeting Monday, November 27, 2017

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, 11/27/17. 

Interactive City Council agenda, 11/27/17.      City Council agenda, 11/27/17, pdf pages 194.

Open session, 7:00 p.m.  Call to order, roll call, salute to flag.  Closed Session: none; report none.  
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Ah, no worries now until the next Holiday.
Otherwise what???  Happy Thanksgiving!
Special presentations:  1) Proclamation:  Veteran of the Year.  2) Special needs registry: Police Chief Steidle. 

Consent Calendar   
1.      Approval of financial disbursements (checks), FY 2017-18, report.  a) 10/1/17-10/31/17.
2.     Approval of Minutes, report.  a) 10/23/17.
3.     Amend the City wastewater maintenance ordinance, (adopting the discharge elimination program), second reading: a  CA Regional Water Quality Control Board 5/12/11 requirement, report. a) ordinance change.
4.    Adopt resolution requesting the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) allocate $55,000 matched Transportation Development Act (TDA) funding, FY 2017-18, for our City pedestrian/bicycle project, report/resolution. 
5.    Approval of Cotton Shires & Associates 400 Esplanade bluff infrastructure preservation project amendment, $54, 000, report.  a) agreement, b) site map.
6.    Approval of TESCO Controls, Inc.agreement: Sharp Park and Linda Mar Lift station PLC and communication system upgrade, $162,744, report.  a) agreement.
7.    Salary schedule (for part-time workers) update, 1/1/18, resolution: a) draft schedule. b) draft schedule, showing changes.
Oral communications. Public; Council, Staff. 

Public hearings
8.    Amend the City Municipal code to regulate zoning limiting the number of alternative financial service (AFS) businesses, and establish use permit requirements for operation of an AFS Business, (exempt from CEQA), from the City Planning Commission: introduce, waive the first reading, report.
a)  proposed ordinance.  b) PC report, 11/6/17.  c) PC resolution. d) draft PC Minutes 11/6/17. e) written public comments. 
9.   Approve use permit and site development permit amendments for the equalization basin and associated structures, 540 Crespi Drive, report/resolution.  a) Mitigated Negative Declaration (time of day limits), b) use permit (soil hauling).
10.   Letter regarding investigations of the President of the United States, report.  a) City Council Minutes, 10/23/17.  Letter to Congresswoman Speier: b) Draft letter version 1. c) Draft letter version 2.
11.   Resolution supporting the City and County of San Francisco for Sharp Park Golf Course facility berm and maintenance repair and improvements, and incorporating flood mitigation, report, resolution.  a) Letter to the Coastal Commission, 11/7/17.
12.   Consider increasing membership of the Emergency Preparedness and Safety Commission, and amend the City Ordinance to do that, report/draft ordinance.
13.   View of quarterly Investment Report, 9/30/17, report. a) COP reconciliation report, 9/30/17.
Note graphic from Daily Do Good, 11/17/15, "Put the giving into Thanksgiving... 5. Adopt a Turkey!"

Posted by Kathy Meeh


Anonymous said...

Council fumbles protecting our neighborhoods again. item 11 a mess, and does NOT call for a quick SF berm repair.. wake up Council--winter storms are approaching.

Anonymous said...

11:40 miss the point much?

James Addiction said...

No one mentioned the local mouthpiece who would spew his nonsense was caught stealing. The article is on the other blog.