Friday, April 20, 2018

City Council meeting, Monday April 23, 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, 4/23/18.  

Interactive City Council meeting agenda, 4/23/18.        City Council meeting agenda, 4/23/18 pdf pages 159.

Image result for Esplanade Avenue Cliff at Manor Avenue cliff, Pacifica, CA picture
Some progress in NIMBY City,
and airplane noise bad.
Closed session, 5:30 p.m.  CA code 54957.6.  Conference with labor negotiator:  Firefighters local 240, Battalion Chiefs, Local 856; Wastewater Treatment Plant employees, Local 856, Miscellaneous Local 856, Department Directors, Local 350, Managers Local 350; Police Officers Association, Police Supervisors Association, Police Management Local 350.
Open session, 7:00 p.m.  Call to order, roll call, salute to flag.  Closed Session report.  
Special presentations.  Get us moving:  Jessica Epstein.
Consent Calendar 
1.    Approval of financial disbursements (checks), FY 2017-18, report.  a) 3/16/18 - 3/31/18.
2.    Approval of Minutes, report.  a) 3/9/18.
3.    Resolution, disposal of certain obsolete or duplicate City records (CA code 34090), report/resolution.  a) Inter-department memo, 6/1/17.
4.    Award contract for immediate sewer main repair replacement (Crespi Drive crossing Highway 1), to C2R Engineering, Inc., $148,130, total budget $196.510, from the Wastewater Enterprise Fund, FY 2017-18 Capital Budget, report.  a) Contract. 
5.    Resolution adopting the List of Projects funded by the CA Road Repair and Accountability act of 2017, SB1 (increased gas tax, estimated annual funding to the City, $640,000):  FY 2018-19 estimated funding $676,429, report/resolution.  Local road repair and related projects (matching funds; City Manager recommendations): 1) Linda Mar Blvd (Adobe to Alicante Dr.; Oceana Blvd (Milagra Dr. to Monterey Rd); 2) Cabrillo school pedestrian crossing improvement; 3) Citywide: 100 curb ramp installations or replacements; 4) Palmetto sidewalk: 1400 linear feet, curb and gutter, from Westline Dr. to 100 Palmetto Av,(west side, bridging the coastal trail mobility gap).
6.   Award contracts for 400 Esplanade Infrastructure Preservation Projects (rock revetment), report. a)  Ford Construction Company, Inc. b) GHD, Inc. c) Cotton Shires & Associates. d) Site map, Esplanade Avenue bluff at Manor Avenue.
7.    2-story mixed-use building (within City Growth Management Ordinance), ground floor commercial, 2nd floor 4 one-bedroom apartments: 535 San Pedro Avenue (southern end of Pedro Point Shopping Center, vacant lot, area of San Pedro and Grand Avenues, APN 023-072-110), report. a) Planning Commission Resolution Conditions of Approval). 
Communications.  Public (oral), City Council, City Staff.  Public Hearings, none.

8.   Legal options report addressing increased Bay Area cities air traffic noise (and those affecting our City), caused by FAA's "NextGen" air traffic routing and automated satellite GPS technology, report.      
Notes: Photograph: view from Kent Road (Pedro Point), Zillow.  Update 4/20/18: City Council meeting links, (visual review of Interactive agenda, content seems the same or similar):  Interactive agenda, 4/23/18,  PDF agenda, 4/23/18, pages 159. 

Posted by Kathy Meeh

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