Saturday, March 10, 2018

City Council meeting Monday March 12, 2018

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, 03/12/18.   

Interactive City Council meeting agenda, 3/12/18.       City Council meeting agenda, 3/12/18, pdf pages 93.

Closed session, 6:30 p.m.  CA code 54957.6.  Conference with labor negotiator:  Firefighters local 240, Battalion Chiefs, Local 856; Wastewater Treatment Plant employees, Local 856, Department Directors, Local 350, Managers Local 350; Police Officers Association, Police Supervisors Association, Police Management Local 350.

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Item 8.  And our City finances are also under water.
Open session, 7:00 p.m.  Call to order, roll call, salute to flag.  Closed Session report.  Special presentations, none. 
Consent Calendar
1.     Approval of financial disbursements (checks), FY 2017-18, report.  a) 2/12/18 - 2/15/18.
2.     Approval of Minutes, report. a) 2/26/18.
3.     Proclamation confirming existence of a local emergency, Pacifica Coastline: Westline Drive to the end of Beach Blvd, report.  a)  Bluff failure, photographs, 3/6/18. 
4.     CA Dept of Housing and Community Development (HCD) 2015-23 general plan housing element required progress, report.  a) Annual progress (or lack there of) report, 2017.
5.    Resolutions authorizing grant applications, $750,000 each:  1) CA State parks division, boating and waterways shoreline erosion control program; 2) CA ocean protection council Proposition 1 to study design alternatives and permitting of the Beach Blvd seawall and promenade replacement project, phase 1, report, CA State parks resolution.  a)  Ocean Protection Council resolution. 
6.    Alta Planning and Design coastal trail re-design amendment, due to the 400 block of Esplanade Avenue coastal erosion, $7,650 to be reimbursed from the State Coastal Conservancy, report.  a) Agreement amendment, #1.  Total contract cost increase from $75,000 to $82,650.
Communications.  Public (oral), City Council, City Staff.  Public Hearings, none.

7.     Mid-year City budget 2017-18 update,  report/resolution.  General Fund Summary: a) 3/12/18.  b) 2/26/18.  
8.     2212 Beach Blvd development opportunity site direction:  Request for Proposals (RFP), report.  a) Hotel economic priority, 2/26/18 report. b)  Ocean Discovery Center/community multi-use concept.
Adjourn.      Note photograph by Mng N. Wo/EyeEm/Getty images/Pin, from "How many fish should go in your aquarium" by Shirlie Sharpe, 2/15/18.

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