Friday, April 23, 2021

City Council meeting, Monday April 26, 2021 - from 5:30 p.m

This City Council meeting may be viewed and virtually participated in on ZOOM ,  or  through the City website livestreamDial-in is also available 1-669-900-6833 .  Also, this 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.   
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 through teleconferencing.   
Public comments, see pages 1 and 2 of the pdf agenda below.  1) Live access is available through Zoom and dial-in: during the public comment period, press 9 to raise your hand; when called upon, provide the last 4 digits of your phone number.   Or, 2) comments for the record only prior to 4 pm date of the meeting 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 na
me, 3) limit your text to no more than 350 words.  Note: many of the pdf links below currently redirect to the City (requires an extra step to open).

Interactive City Council meeting, 4/26/21.      City Council meeting, 4/26/21, pdf pages 191.

Study Session, 5:30 p.m. 
Housing Element Annual Progress Report (ARP), and the 2023-2031 Housing Element Update.

Image result for Pacifica, CA picture of City Hall
Item 9, Consideration:  Civic Center/City Hall 
      facilities are about to get some needed improvements.

Open Session, 7:00 p.m.
Special Presentations
  Pacifica Beach Bites Bingo (Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Committee Representatives).
B.     Proclamation - Mental Health Month, May 2021.
C.     Open Space Preservation Award, 2021.

Consent Calendar
1.   Approve financial disbursements (checks) FY 2020-2021:   a)  3/1/21 - 3/15/21.
Minutes:  a)

   Approve Quarterly Cash and Investment Reconciliation Report: a)

   Approve 5-year City website services consultant agreement: Granicus Professional Services, $54,435
, report. a) Agreement.

   Receive the 2020 U.S. Census data report; and approve qualified National Demographics Corporation (NDC) for District Election information and mapping boundary redistricting, report. a) Agreement.

   Approve the Pacifica Spindriff Players second amendment lease agreement, 5 year lease extension (through 12/31/24),
report/Resolution.  a) Lease with exhibits, 4/1/21.
7.  Approve Sharp Park Pump Station generator emergency repair work through Cummins Sales and Service, $83,312.44,
report. a) Resolution of Emergency, 4/26/21.  Cummins Sales and Service invoices:  b)   Generator.  c) Emergency Repair.
8.  Adopt an Ordinance to amend City zoning regulations (Municipal Code Title 9, Chapter 4) to modify identified special uses for all properties in the City, (as recommended though Planning Commission recommendation approval, 3/15/21), report/Ordinance.
Public oral communications (through Zoom, or telephone).
Council communications, Staff communications.  


9.   Civic Center Campus Facilities Conceptual Design,
report.  Funding: a)  Civic Center Financing Report, 4/21/21, final.

Other City News. 
Connect with Pacifica/Kevin Woodhouse, City Manager, 4/23/21.   Note: photograph of Pacifica City Hall from   
Posted by Kathy Meeh


Anonymous said...

we cannot afford a shiny city hall for bureaucrat. Cant pave our streets, but we can dish up new comfy offices. How about portable offices??

Anonymous said...

Pretty funny that we're still in a tizzy about a new City Hall.
I remember way back in the days of "No on L" council person/mayor Pete opined in writing and at public meetings that it was immoral to force employees working in City Hall suffer one more day of this unhealthy and substandard building. What happened?
Oh yea, Pete and his cohorts were twisting and torturing this issue to supplant Peeble's attempt to better our city and bring desperately needed revenue to actually improve Pacifica.
"Never mind"!

I am not a crook said...

Sneaky Pete,was up there saying how dangerous City Hall was. Unsafe for employees to work there. That was when Sneaky Pete, Vreeland and Julie Lancelle wanted the incredible City Council Chambers on their pet project $35,000,000 dollar library. It was amazing how much Malfeasance these Jokers got away with on their watch.