Saturday, June 9, 2018

City Council meeting Monday, June 11, 2018

Attend in person, 2212 Beach Boulevard, 2nd floor.  Or, view on local Pacific Coast television, Pacifica Channel 26If you miss civic meetings, view on PCT 26 You Tube!  For Channel 26 television schedule, see Monday, 6/11/18.  The City Council meeting begins at 7 p.m., or shortly there following.    City Council Agendas and Minutes archives are available on the City website. 


Interactive City Council meeting, 6/11/18.     City Council meeting 6/11/18, pdf pages 448.

Closed session, 5:30 p.m. 

1.     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.   2.    Anticipated litigation: Government Code 4956.9 (c). Initiation of litigation, one (1) case. 

Open session, 7:00 p.m.  Call to order, roll call, salute to flag.  Closed Session: none, report none.  Special Presentations.  Proclamation: Amateur radio week. 
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Item 13.  FY 2018-19 Budget final (almost)
Consent Calendar 
1.     Approval of financial disbursements (checks), FY 2017-18, 5/1/18 - 5/15/18.
2.      Approval of Minutes, a) 5/14/18, b) 5/29/18. 
3.     Proclamation confirming existence of a local emergency, Pacifica coastline: Westline Drive to the end of Beach Blvd,  report. a) 6/4/18. 
4.     City preschool through middle school child care services agreement with Pacifica School District, FY budget, 2018-19, State and County subsidized $142,272, report.  a) Contract.
5.     Approval of Davey Tree Expert Company for tree maintenance and emergency services amendment 1, report.  a)  Agreement renewal, FY 2017-18,  b) Amendment 1, approval of additional emergency work previously authorized, $70,000. 
6.     Adopt City "Tow Services" ordinance, amending Municipal Code Chapter 8, Title 4, (second reading):  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, report/ordinance.  a) Franchise tow agreement 2018.  b) Report 5/29/18. 
7.     Adopt a short term rental rental regulation ordinance, (second reading),  report/Ordinance.  a) Report 5/29/18. 
8.     Resolution of intention to continue our Chamber of Commerce administrated Business Improvement District (Hotel BID tax) program, and levy the annual assessments, FY 2018-19, report/Resolution.  a) Chamber of Commerce Annual Report: BID income $64,601, used for advertising and management.  
9.     Proposed resolution accepting the Sewer Services Report, FY 2018-19, report/resolution.  a)  Charge Schedule 2018-19, residential minimum sewer service charge, $730.34, ouch! 
Communications (oral).  Public, City Council, City Staff. 

Public Hearings
10.    Resolution adopting the City Capital Improvement (CIP) program, 2018-2023, report/resolution.  Attachments: a)  CIP, FY 2018-23, pdf pages 187.  b) Projects, 2018-19. c) Planning Commission resolution.
11.    Recommended fees and charges, FY 2018-19, report/resolution.  a) Fee schedule.
12.    Illegal Fireworks Task Force recommendations, report.
13.    Proposed City Budget, final presentation, FY 2018-19, adoption 6/25/18, report.  a) Draft Operating Budget.
 Adjourn.        Note graphic:  from Christa Clips,"Category archives: Budget Hacks"

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