Friday, February 7, 2020

City Council meeting, Monday February 10, 2020

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 usually 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, 2/10/20.     City Council meeting, 2/10/20, pdf pages 173.

Item 7.  It's only a Monterey cypress tree.
And the neighbors think it okay too.
Closed Session, 6:00 p.m.  Anticipated litigation,  CA Code 54956.9, (d) (2); (e) (1), one case. 

Open Session, 7:00 p.m.  Call to order, roll call. Closed Session report, if any.
Special Presentations
A.     Proclamation:  Larry Passmore, Fog Fest Organizing Group, lnc.    
B.     Proclamation:  Centennial of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution. 
Consent Calendar
1.     Approval of financial disbursements (checks), FY 2019-2020:  a) 1/1/20 - 2/15/20.
2.    Approval of City Council Minutes:  a) 1/27/20.
3.     Proclamation confirming existence of local emergency of the Pacifica coastline from Westline Drive to the end of Beach Boulevard, report.
4.     Adopt 2019 mandated fire and life safety inspections compliance, report/Resolution.
5.     Notice of completion for the Citywide curb ramp project,total project cost $908,969.41, report, Resolution,  a) Citywide Curb Ramp Notice of Completion, 100 curb ramps and other work.  
6.     Approval of Waterproofing Associates construction contract change order 1: Calera Creek Water Recycling Plant Improvements (PO18A), zone 3: $64,683 (plus 10%, $18,810 contingency).  
Communications (Oral):  Public, City Council, City Staff.  

Public hearings

7.     Call up appeal and review of removal of a City Monterey cypress (heritage tree), permit HT-519-19: 606 Canyon Drive.   The PB&R commission, decision vote (5-0) was to uphold the appeal, and deny removal of the tree, report.  a) Tree Appeal/Susan Bachman, "the iconic tree is a vital part of a healthy ecosystem here...", and "the neighbors are not complaining", whereas the intent of the City permit is "to reduce risk to adjacent property owners". 
8.   Adoption of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan, report.  a)  Final draft.
9.    Beekeeping regulations, report.
Reference/Related, Special Presentation B, History/19th Amendment, Women's Right to Vote, ratified, 8/18/1920.      Note painting by Bart C., Burlingame Plein-Air Painters, 4/5/19. 
Posted by Kathy Meeh 

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