Friday, September 21, 2018

City Council meeting Monday, September 24, 2018

Attend in person, 2212 Beach Boulevard, 2nd floor.  Or, view on local Pacific Coast television, PCT/Pacifica Channel 26PCT links to meeting videos: calendar, and recent coastside civic meeting videos. City Council and Planning Commission meetings begin at 7 p.m., or shortly there following.  City meeting agendas (current and archived) are available on the City meetings calendar.  City websites:  City Council, and Planning Commission.

 Interactive City Council agenda, 9/14/18.       City Council agenda, 9/14/18, pdf pages 388.

 Closed Session, 6:00 p.m. 
A.    CA code 54957.6.  Conference with labor negotiator, Janet Cory Sommer.  Pacifica Firefighters Local 2400, Teamsters Local 856 Battalion Chiefs;  Teamsters Local 350 Management Employees, Management Employees, Teamsters Local 856 Miscellaneous Employees;  Teamsters Local 856 WasteWater Treatment Plant Employees; Pacifica Police Officers Association, Pacifica Police Supervisors Association, and Police Management. 

Image result for district vs at large city election picture
Item 15. Intent to transition City Council
elections from At Large (full City)
to "By District" representation.
Open Session, 7:00 p.m.  Call to order, roll call, salute to flag.  Closed Session report.
Special Presentations -  Proclamation: Fire Prevention Week.  Proclamation: David Mothershed.
Consent Calendar 

1.     Approval of financial disbursements (checks):   a) FY 2017-2018: 8/3/18 - 8/31/18.  b) FY 2018-2019: 8/3/18 - 8/30/18.
2.     Approval of Minutes,  9/10/18. 
3.    Approve street sweeping services agreement, amendment 2, for 3 additional months (October through December 2018, $42,000: Contract Sweeping Services, report.  a) Amendment 2. 
4.     Award construction contract for the ATAD Modification Project, Phase 2 P002A (collection system projects FY 2018-19, Oddstad and Terra Nova):  GSE Construction Company, Inc., total budget: $318,600 + $63,720 (20%) contingency = $382,320, report.  a) Contract.
5.     Award construction contract to Pacific Trenchless, Inc. (collection system projects, FY 2018-19, Oddstad and Terra Nova, CO29A), total budget: $823,570 + $164,714 (20%) contingency = $988,284, report.  a) Contract. 
6.     Approve consultant services agreement for 310-330 Esplanade Infrastructure Preservation Project: Cotton, Shires and Associates, total budget $620,046 + $62,004 (10%) contingency = $682,050. (The Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) (CalOES) $409,230, ERAF Funding (3/17/17), $272,820, total $682,050.) Report.  a) Services agreement. b) clarification note. 
7.     Approval of contracts to provide State preschool classes, FY 2018-19: San Mateo County Office of Education, amount $384,252, report/Resolution.  a) CSPP Grant contract.
8.    Approve Pacificans Care fee waiver for Community Center event usage, report.
9.    Adopt Resolution revision, amending conflict of interest code for designated employees, report, Resolution. a) Reportable Economic Interest. b)  Disclosure categories.
10.  Response to San Mateo County Civil Grand Jury report: Soaring City pension cost -time for hard choices, report.  a)  SMCO  Report. b)  City response.
11.   Amendments to San Mateo County Library Joint Powers Authority (JPA) bylaws and joint powers agreement, report.  a)  Amended JPA bylaws.  b) Amended JPA bylaws (redline).  c) Second amended JPA agreement.  d) Second amended JPA (redline). 
Communications (oral).  Public, City Council, City Staff.  Public hearings, none. 



Steve Sinai said...

It looks like the election issue is a nuisance lawsuit.

wake up Pacifica said...

Where is the Discovery Center on Beach Blvd proposal? Wasn't this Deirdre's pet project to block development at the Old Wastewater Treatment Plant site? Didn't Deirdre and Keener lead the vote to insert a time extension for the inclusion of this completely unfunded and unrealistic project for their friends?
Who is watching the crony politics being played by this illegitimate council majority?
Wake up Pacifica and start paying attention to these shenanigans which are hurting our city.

Anonymous said...

I bet if someone looks into the contract negotiations, The City is spending a lot more money dicking around with the Senior Law Firm Partner. Just give the city employees a new contract.