Friday, May 22, 2020

City Council meeting, Tuesday May 26, 2020

This Tuesday, May 26, 2020 7 p.m, the City Council meeting will be televised on local Pacific Coast television, PCT/Pacifica Channel 26 PCT also links their program calendar, and recent coastside civic meeting videos.   The City Council website will also livestream to this meeting.   Complying with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Disease Notice (fully detailed on page 1 of the City Council PDF link below):  this civic meeting will not be physically open to the public, and will be held by through teleconferencing.  Public comments may be submitted to   1) In the subject line be sure to specify whether oral communications or an Agenda item and the number, 2) in the text include your full name, 3) limit your text to no more than 350 words.

Interactive City Council Agenda, 5/26/20.       City Council Agenda, 5/26/20, pdf pages 301. 

Open Session, 7:00 p.m.  Administrative: call to order, roll call, flag salute.  Special Presentations, none. Public hearings, none.  
PHOTOS: Bay Area remembers the fallen on Memorial Day - ABC7 San ...
Holiday (day prior), a day of remembrance...
Memorial Day, Monday May 25, 2020
Consent Calendar 
Approval of financial disbursements (checks), FY 2019-2020:  a) 
4/16/20 - 4/30/20.
2.    Approval of City Council Minutes:  a) Regular meeting  a) 5/11/20.
3.    Review and accept Quarterly Investment Reports, report. a) Cash and Investment Reconciliation Report 3-31-20.
4.    Approval of the Balboa Way Repair Project Construction Repair Project (C030B) to C2R Engineering, and management and inspection to 4LEAF, budget authority $2,575,469, report. Contracts:  a) C2R Engineering, Inc.  b) 4LEAF, Inc.
5.    Resolution closing the initial phase for Cannabis Activity Permit (CAP) applications, report/Resolution.  a) List of CAP applications/permit status. 
6.    Resolution of Intention to continue the Business Improvement District (BID) program and levy the annual assessments, FY 2020-21, report/Resolution.  a) Chamber of Commerce BID Annual Report, FY 2019-20.
Communications (Oral):  Public (will be read into the record) , City Council, City Staff.   

7.    Beach Boulevard Seawall Reconstruction Project, planning, engineering, and environmental services (CA state grant of $1, 500,000):  a) Agreement with GHD Inc.
8.    4th of July, 2020 activities and consideration update, and whether to allow safe and sane fireworks sales, report.
9.     Coronavirus health crisis update, and development of a City Restoration of Operations Plan (ROOP), report.
10.   General Fund Budget, FY 2020-21 (proposed), and other Funds overview, report.  Fund Summaries:  a) General Fund.  b) Other Funds.  c) All Fund descriptions.  Capital Improvement Program (CIP): d) Public Works projects (final).  e) CIP 2020-2025 (draft).
Other City information:
Connect with Pacifica/Kevin Woodhouse, City Manager, 5/22/20, "Memorial Day 2020: our soldiers' selfless courage make them true heroes." "As we head into the Memorial Day holiday weekend with some nice weather forecasted, I’d like to remind everyone to continue the important health practices of wearing your masks and physically distancing when you’re out doing your essential activities and exercising. Coronavirus cases and deaths are still increasing in our region. Keep yourself and others safe. The beach remains open for exercise, but not for lounging or accessories that accompany lounging. The Pacifica Police Department and City Beach Rangers will be actively patrolling the beach. ---"  

Graphic and related Memorial Day history.  Graphic:  from ABC 7 News, "Bay area remembers the fallen on Memorial Day." 1 of 7), 5/30/16. Related article - History/Memorial Day, "Memorial Day is an American holiday, observed on the last Monday of May, honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Memorial Day 2020 occurs on Monday, May 25. Originally known as Decoration Day, it originated in the years following the Civil War and became an official federal holiday in 1971. Many Americans observe Memorial Day by visiting cemeteries or memorials, holding family gatherings and participating in parades. Unofficially, it marks the beginning of the summer season." 
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