Saturday, May 26, 2018

City Council meeting, Tuesday May 29, 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, 5/29/18.   

Interactive City Council meeting agenda, 5/29/18.       City Council meeting agenda,, 5/29/18, pdf pages 225.

Open session, 7:00 p.m.  Call to order, roll call, salute to flag.  Closed Session: none, report none.  
Special Presentations. Rachael Zack and Gabrielle Brazzil.

Consent Calendar
Image result for Money growing on trees picture
Item 12, 2018-19 Budget. Yep...
"our environment is our economy".
1.    Approval of financial disbursements (checks), FY 2017-18, 4/16/18 - 4/30/18.
2.    Approval of Minutes, special meeting 4/24/18.
3.    Approval, C2R Engineering, Inc. contract change orders: wastewater collections system project (sewer main replacement, Crespi Drive at Highway 1 COO5FFY 2017-18, report.  a)  Change orders 1 and 2.  Additional budget authority $65,000, total project budget $231,690, Wastwater Enterprise Fund.
4.     Resolution and filing notice: completion of wastewater collection system project COO5D, FY 2016-17:  Lockhaven Drive, Juanita Avenue, and Linda Mar Boulevard, total project cost $675,480.07, report/resolution.  a) Completion notice.  Filing notice: San Mateo County, includes 30 day release of $33,774 payment retention to contractor if no claims during that period.
 5.     Extend the development expiration date to 6/30/19 for 4009 Palmetto Avenue (APN 009-402-270), a 4-unit residential development, issued under the City's growth management ordinance (GMO), report.
6.     Approve construction amendments for the wet weather equalization basin project (EQ Basin): a) 4Leaf, Inc., amendment 1: additional project management and inspection, $642,539.  b)  Freyer & Laureta, Inc. (F&L), amendment 3, additional engineering design and construction support, $153,300.
7.     Current City investment reports, presented quarterly (administrative policy 39), report. Cash and investment (COP) reconciliation report summaries:  a) 3/31/18, $50,081,823.47.  b) 12/31/17, $53,859,083.43.
8.     Approve planned development with rezoning: 801 Fassler Avenue (APNs 022-083-029 and 022-083-030), 24-unit condominium project, report/ordinance 2583.  a) City Council agenda summary report, 5/14/18.
9.     General Fund reserve policy, revision 2018, report.  a) COP Reserve Policy fund balance commitments, 2018, (administrative policy 76A):  10% of expenditures of which 1/3 would provide economic contingency protection. Additionally, fund a facility maintenance/replacement fund; and an employee accrued compensation (vested benefit liability) fund.
Communications.  Public (oral), City Council, City Staff.  

Public hearings
10.    Implementation of a City regulated short-term housing rental (STR) program (in residential districts), includes transit occupancy taxes (TOT), business license, permits with health and safety requirements : municipal code, article 49, chapter 4, title 9, report/odinance.
11.    Amend the City police department rotational tow service program ordinance to include police chief review of  tow company experience, safety, other criteria; and the service rotation would be franchised and limited to three (3) tow companies: municipal code, chapter 8, title 4, report/odinance. a) Franchise agreement 5/3/18. 
12.   Proposed General Fund Budget, Other Funds, Capital Improvement, Budget strategies, 2018-19:  Departmental briefings: Public Works Parks;  Parks,Beaches and Recreation. Public Works: Wastewater (Fund 18), Wastewater (Fund 34), report. Budget summaries:  a) General Fund.  b) Other Funds.  c) Capital Budget.
13.    Aircraft noise: consider forming a City Council Ad Hoc subcommittee of two (2) members.
Adjourn.      Note photograph by Jennifer Farley from Chronogram (Arts, Culture, Spirit), "The question: is there money growing in your yard's trees?"

Posted by Kathy Meeh

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