Saturday, October 20, 2018

City Council meeting, Monday October 22, 2019

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 meeting, 10/22/18.       City Council meeting, 10/22/18, pdf pages 230. 

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Item 9.  There will be district-based elections.
No choice, but solidarity: we all don't want this! 
Closed Session, 5:30 p.m. 
A.     CA code 54957, (b)(1). Public employee performance evaluation: City Manager.
B.     CA code 54957.6.  Conference with labor negotiator, Janae Novotny.  Pacifica Firefighters Local 2400, Teamsters Local 856 Battalion Chiefs;  Teamsters Local 350 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.

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): a) FY 2018-19,
9/17/18 - 9/28/18. 
2.     Approval of Minutes, 10/8/18.
3.     Approval of additional design and and construction for Wet Weather Equalization Basin construction design and project, 4th amendment: Freyer & Laureta, Inc., $34,000, report.  a) 4th amendment. 
4.     Notice of Completion for the David Davis Lift Station Generator project, $44,485, report/Resolution.  a) Notice of Completion.  
Communications (oral).  Public, City Council, City Staff.  Public hearings, none. 

Public hearings

5.    Appeal of the Planning Commission (PC) 9/17/18 approving Marijuana Use permit (MUP 4-19, file 2018-025), located in a zoned commercial space located at 2270 Palmetto Avenue (AN 016-294-570), report.  a) Draft Resolution denying the Appeal,  b) Qualified registration (random "lottery" list,  c)  PC Resolution. d) PC Minutes, 9/17/18.  e)  Appeal.  f)  Supplemental Appeal filing.  g)  PC Director Memorandum to MUP Applicants.  h) MUP Application form with Attachments.
6.   Resolution denying appeal of Planning Commission recommendation to approve to amend existing zoning regulations in order to clarify existing provisions for processing Marijuana Use Permit applications (Text amendment TA-112-18) and introduce an ordinance amending Article 48 "Marijuana Regulations, Chapter 4 of Title 9 of the City municipal code (Text amendment TA-112-18), and finding adoption of the Ordinance exempt from CA Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). a)  Draft Resolution denying Appeal.  b) Proposed Ordinance (TA-112-18).  c) PC Resolution No. 2018-003.  d) Planning Commission Minutes, 9/17/18.  e) Appeal..  f)  PC Agenda, 9/17/18. 
7.  Introduce an ordinance to establish standard process for review of development agreements (Text Amendment TA-113-18), and finding adoption of the Ordinance exempt from the CA Environment Quality Act (CEQA), report. a) Proposed Ordinance (TA-113-18).
8.  Sustainable food service ware ordinance amendment, report/Resolution.  a) Redline Food Service Ware Ordinance.
9.    Public input regarding the creation of a District-based election system.
10.    AIRBNB, Inc. (a Delaware corporation) voluntary Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) collections, report. a) Draft Agreement. 
Adjourn.         Note photograph from  Citizens Journal (Ventura County),"...Final public hearing on district-based elections..."

Posted by Kathy Meeh


Kathy Meeh (for a better, balanced City) said...

Based upon their orchestrated performance last night at City Council, NIMBIES have forgotten or omitted what skunks their covert and overt actions have really been in this City-- and the outside City organizations and funding that have assisted them in campaigning and achieving their "nothing for Pacifica" goals.
60% open/empty space, ongoing inadequate housing, business, roads, civic City infrastructure; then, the ongoing unsustainable debt to NOT achieve a functional, balanced City-- that's their legacy.

Thus, no surprise, during their "goody two shoes", let's all be civil performance last night-- not one NIMBY person, or one NIMBY organization, apologized or offered to compensate candidate Sue Beckmeyer for vandalizing (tearing apart) her significant campaign sign, (see the NIMBY Civility article above).
This noteworthy sign tear-up is merely a current example in a long City history of unjustified NIMBY tactics.

Anonymous said...

Pacifica needs to get mellow!Recreational marijuana is available Palmetto.

Anonymous said...

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Steve Sinai said...

"Attica! Attica! Attica!"

Anonymous said...

Is a new blog going to start:

Fix Nextdoor Jail