Thursday, August 4, 2022

City Council meeting, Monday August 8, 2022

The City has returned to virtual meetings, and Council, Commissions, Committee meetings will not be held in person at this time .
Complying with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Disease Notice (fully detailed on page 1 of the City PDF link below):  this civic meeting will not be physically open to the public, and will be held through teleconferencing.
This Planning Commission meeting may be viewed and virtually participated in on ZOOM: is also available 1-669-900-6833 , (webinar ID 853-3533-1311). .  
This City meeting may also be viewed on
the City website livestream .  And is televised on local cable Pacific Coast Television, PCT/Pacifica Channel 26 (Additionally PCT also links their program calendar, and recent coastside civic meeting videos).
For more information or public comments,  see pages 1 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 name, 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).

Interactive City Council Agenda, 8/8/22.      City Council Agenda 8/8/22, PDF pages 344.

Open Session, 7:00 p.m. Administrative: call to order, roll call,reading of Land Acknowledgement (ancestral homeland of the Ramaytush Ohlone peoples). salute to the flag.  Closed Session Report. 
Special Presentations: 
A. Proclamation:
Chief of Police Daniel Steidle Retirement, 💚.

Consent Calendar
Approval of financial disbursements (checks), FY 2021-2022:   a)
6/1/22 - 6/15/22.
2.    Approval of Minutes:
Special Meeting, 6/25/22 2022.   b) Special and Regular Meeting, 6/27/22.
3.    Proclamation continuation: a local emergency, Coastline from Westline Drive to the end of Beach Boulevard,
report.  a) Proclamation.
4.    Proclamation continuation:  a local emergency, Anza Pump Station,
reporta) Ratifying Proclamation.
5.    Proclamation continuation:  a  local emergency, Novel (new) Coronavirus (COVID-19), report.   a)  Ratifying Proclamation.
Approve required AB 361 findings to consider a Resolution allowing City Commissions and Committees to conduct teleconferenced meetings due to COVID-19 Health and Safety Concerns, report/Resolution.
Review and accept the Quarterly Financial Report,     a) Full text of AB 361.  b) Ratifying Resolution.
8.   Review and accept the quarterly Treasurer's Report,
report.  a) Treasurer's Report 3/31/22. b) City Glossary of Cash and Investment Terms.
Consider Resolution approving Settlement Agreement with Plaintiffs Geary, et. al. disability safe parking rights related lawsuit, case 3:21-cv-01780,
report/Resolution.   a) Settlement Agreement.
Notice of Completion for the Equalization Basin Water Cannon and Check Valves Installaton Project,
report/Resolution.  a) Notice of Completion.
Approval of Master Local Roadway Safety Plan (LRSP) with  Fehr & Peers,
report.  a) Services Agreement.   b) Task Order 1.
12.  Award the construction services agreement for the Beach Boulevard Public Plaza Project to Cazadoro Construction. Inc.,
reporta) Cazadoro Construction Services AgreementAnd Task Order soil material testing and special inspection to b) Smith Emery San Francisco.
13.  Adopt a Resolution to submit an application to the State Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank ("iBank:) for financing part of the Wastewater Capital Improvement Plan:  1) the lower Linda Mar Sewer System Rehabilitation and 2) Repair Project and the Ultraviolet Disinfection Replacement Project )"Projects".  

Public oral communications
(in person or telephone).
Council communications, Staff communications.

Public Hearings
Consider a North Coast County Water District Appeal of the Planning Commission's approval with conditions of the Coastal Development Permit to establish one on-street temporary safe parking program parking space (30' by 10') on the west side of the Francisco Boulevard public right-of-way (ROW), east of 2400 Francisco Boulevard and approximately 32 feet north of the Claredon Road and Francisco Boulevard intersection,
report.  a)  Resolution Denying the Appeal and Upholding Planning Commission Approval.   Planning Commission:  b)  Resolution.  c)  Report 5/16/22.  d)  Minutes 5/16/22.   e)  Project Plans.  f) NCCWD Appeal.

Approve the Master Agreement and Task Order 1 for Carollo Engineers, Inc. for  engineering design services in connection with the Ultraviolet Disinfection Replacement Project, FY 2022-2027, 
report.  Carollo Engineers, Inc.:  a) Master Agreement.  b) Task Order 1.
16.  In accordance with the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) region and Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA or RHNA6 to provide suitable sites for 1,892 housing units),    provide direction for a Housing Element Community Engagement Plan,
report.  a)  FlashVote Survey (Engagement Preferences).
  Designation of City Council Voting Delegate for League of California Cities Annual Conference, 9/7 - 9/9, 2022: Business meeting, consideration of Resolutions 9/9/22,
report.   a) Conference Information.

Other City News, with weekly updates:
  Facebook/Connect with Pacifica.   Pacifica Tribune, (news on line and newspaper).
Note:  The City moves forward, several improvements are happening. The well considered Sharp Park Specific Plan has yet to be received at City Council for final approval, but will soon.   Thus, it is now the intent of this Blog to pause/end article posting.
Posted by Kathy Meeh


Anonymous said...

No mention of the 08/22 city council meeting?

Anonymous said...

Last line of 8/08 article stated that "thus it is now the intent of this Blog to pause/end article posting."

In my mind, it means that we will no longer receive any updates on city affairs from Perhaps someone might suggest that Riptide pick up the ball and keep Pacifica residents apprised as to what our city council and planning commission is doing.