Anticipated lawsuits against the city, labor negotiations, one councilman’s attack on our Historic Preservation Code to speed overdevelopment, Senior center, code enforcement, summer bus shuttle, and more on the agenda for 1 April 2014.
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CITY OF CORONADO CITY COUNCIL &
THE CITY OF CORONADO ACTING AS THE REDEVELOPMENT SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE DEFUNCT REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF THE CITY OF CORONADO
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Coronado City Hall Council Chambers 1825 Strand Way Coronado, California 92118
CLOSED SESSION SPECIAL MEETING – 3 P.M. REGULAR MEETING – 4 P.M.
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CALL TO ORDER / ROLL CALL
ANNOUNCEMENT OF CLOSED SESSION
- CLOSED SESSION: CONFERENCE WITH CITY’S DESIGNATED NEGOTIATORSAUTHORITY: Government Code §54956.8
AGENCY NEGOTIATORS: Blair King, City Manager; Tom Ritter Assistant CityManager; Johanna Canlas, City Attorney NEGOTIATING PARTIES: Marty Jensen and Mike Baker, Operators, CoronadoBoathouse 1887 UNDER NEGOTIATION: Lease terms and price
- CLOSED SESSION: CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – ANTICIPATED LITIGATION
AUTHORITY: Pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2)
Facts and circumstances need not be disclosed pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(e)(1)One (1) potential case.
- CLOSED SESSION: CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORSAUTHORITY: Government Code Section 54957.6
CITY NEGOTIATORS: Blair King, City Manager; Tom Ritter, Assistant City Manager;Leslie Suelter, Director of Administrative Services; JohannaCanlas, City Attorney
EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATIONS: Coronado Police Officers’ Association; CoronadoFirefighters’ Association; AFSCME, Local 127; Self-Represented Employees
- CLOSED SESSION:CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – ANTICIPATED LITIGATIONAUTHORITY: Pursuant to Government Code section 54956.9(d)(2)
Facts and circumstances need not be disclosed pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(e)(1)
One (1) potential case
- COMMUNICATIONS – ORAL: Each person wishing to speak before the City Council
on only matters listed on this agenda shall approach the City Council, give their name, and limit their presentation to 3 minutes.
ADJOURN TO CLOSED SESSION RECONVENE AND ANNOUNCE ACTION
REGULAR MEETING (SA items are denoted by an *.) – 4 P.M.
- CALL TO ORDER / ROLL CALL.
- INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE.
*3. MINUTES OF CITY COUNCIL/SUCCESSOR AGENCY: Approval of the minutes of the Regular meeting of March 18, 2014
4. CEREMONIAL PRESENTATIONS:
a. Proclamation: National Volunteer Week. (Pg 01)
5. CONSENT CALENDAR: All items listed under this section are considered to be routine and will be acted upon with one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a member of the City Council or the public so requests, in which event, the item will be considered separately in its normal sequence.
a. Approval of Reading by Title and Waiver of Reading In Full of Ordinances on this Agenda. (Pg 05)
Recommendation: Approve the reading by title and waive the reading in full of all Ordinances on the agenda.
*b. Review and Approve that the Warrants, as Certified by the City/Agency Treasurer, are all Correct, Just, and Conform to the Approved Budget for FY 2013-2014. (Pg 07)
Recommendation: Approve the Warrants as certified by the City/Agency Treasurer.
c. Appropriation of Funds and Authorization for the City Manager to Execute Purchase Agreements for an Amount Not to Exceed $197,100 through Cooperative Purchasing Programs for the Following Vehicles and Equipment: One Ford Expedition Special Services Vehicle and Two Ford Explorer Police Interceptor Sport Utility Vehicles. (Pg 63)
Recommendation: Authorize the City Manager to execute the purchase agreements for an amount not to exceed $197,100 and approve an additional appropriation from the Vehicle and Equipment Replacement fund of $121,600 in order to replace two vehicles not currently programmed for FY 2013-14.
d. Approval of a Resolution Authorizing the Execution of an Agreement for the Receipt and Appropriation of Regional Realignment Response Group Funds in the Amount of $26,200 Provided by the Community Corrections Partnership (CCP) through the County of San Diego Sheriff’s Department. (Pg 73)
Recommendation: Approve “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado Approving and Authorizing the Execution of an Agreement with the County of San Diego for the receipt and appropriation of Regional Realignment Response Group grant funds in the amount of $26,200 provided by the Community Corrections Partnership (CCP) through the County of San Diego Sheriff’s Department.”
e. Support the Application for Active Transportation Program (ATP) Grant Funding for Both of the Following Projects: 1) A Safe Routes to School Education Program (Grant Amount of $25,000 to $35,000); and 2) Selected Projects Included in the City’s Adopted Bicycle Master Plan (Grant Amount of $356,000). (Pg 93)
Recommendation: Support the application for grant funding for both of the following: 1) the Safe Routes to School Education Program; and 2) selected projects included in the City’s adopted Bicycle Master Plan.
f. Appropriation of Funds and Authorization for the City Manager to Execute a Purchase Contract with AMS Global Inc., in the amount of $88,000 for the Purchase of a Portable Restroom. (Pg 117)
Recommendation: Authorize the appropriation of funds and authorize the City Manager to execute a purchase contract with AMS Global Inc., in the amount of $88,000 for the purchase of a portable restroom.
g. A Resolution of the City Council to Authorize the City Manager to Execute an Agreement with Gary Brown for Temporary Employment as the Interim Director of Public Services. (Pg 133)
Recommendation: Pursuant to Government Code Section 21221, authorize the City Manager to execute an Agreement for Temporary Employment Services with Gary Brown to act as the Interim Director of Public Services.
h. Authorization to Present City of Coronado Mementoes and “Gifts” to the United States Ship Coronado (LCS 4). (Pg 141)
Recommendation: Authorize the following mementoes and gifts: (1) artwork by Uwe Werner of the San Diego-Coronado Bridge and Village; (2) six street signs of various Coronado streets; (3) two City of Coronado flags; (4) a key to the City presented by the Mayor; and (5) 80 rounds of golf at the City’s municipal golf course.
6. COMMUNICATIONS – ORAL: Each person wishing to speak before the City Council on any matter shall approach the City Council, give their name, and limit their presentation to 3 minutes. State law generally precludes the City Council from discussing or acting upon any topic initially presented during oral communication. (ORAL COMMUNICATIONS WILL BE LIMITED TO A TOTAL OF 10 MINUTES; ANY FURTHER COMMUNICATIONS WILL BE HEARD PRIOR TO THE MEETING ADJOURNMENT)
7. CITY MANAGER/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR:
a. Update on Council Directed Actions and Citizen Inquiries. (Informational Item)
8. PUBLIC HEARINGS:
a. Public Hearing: First Reading For Introduction of “An Ordinance of the City
Council of the City of Coronado, California, Rescinding Chapter 1.20 of the Coronado Municipal Code and Adopting a New Chapter 1.20 in Order to Add the Active Transportation Planner, Secretary to the City Manager, and Community Development Technician Positions to the Conflict of Interest Code and to Make Other Minor Clean-Up Corrections.” (Pg 143)
Recommendation: Conduct a public hearing and approve the introduction of “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Rescinding Chapter 1.20 of the Coronado Municipal Code and Adopting a new Chapter 1.20 in order to add the Active Transportation Planner, Secretary to the City Manager, and Community Development Technician positions to the Conflict of Interest Code and to make other minor clean-up corrections”; and direct the City Clerk to read the title of the introduced ordinance.
b. Public Hearing: Adoption of a Resolution Implementing the Annual CPI Adjustment to the EMS/Ambulance Fees and Development-Related User Fees and the Annual CCI Adjustment to the Wastewater Capacity Fees for Fiscal Year 2014-15. (Pg 153)
Recommendation: Adopt “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado Adopting the Fiscal Year 2014-15 Schedules of EMS/Ambulance Fees, Development User Fees and Wastewater Capacity Fees to be Charged by Various City Departments and Repealing Previously Adopted and/or Conflicting Fees for Such Services.”
- ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS: None.
- COMMISSION AND COMMITTEE REPORTS: (Questions allowed but no discussion or action.)
a. Report from the San Diego County South Area Cities’ Representative to the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority.
11. CITY COUNCIL:
a. Council Reports on Inter-Agency Committee and Board Assignments.
(Questions allowed to clarify but no responses, discussion or action.) (Pg 211)
b. Status Report on the Adult Activity Center Project Consultant Team and Request for Either Approval of the Substitution of the Subconsultant or to Seek Another Prime Consultant Team. (Pg 215)
Recommendation: 1) Review the current status of the project; and 2) Direct staff to amend the agreement to reflect the substitution of a new subconsultant and extend the time frame for the completion of Phase I and II; or 3) Direct staff to take other actions to meet the desired program schedule including, but not limited to, seeking another consultant team to complete the design of the Adult Activity Center.
c. Authorize the Addition of a Part-Time Police Services Officer for Enforcement of Ordinances on the Public Beach and Authorize the Placement of Three Additional Hot Coal Containers on the Beach. (Pg 247)
Recommendation: Authorize the addition of one Police Services Officer dedicated to code enforcement on the beach for 900 hours per year utilizing savings from the FY 13-14 Police Department personnel budget to staff said position as soon as practical and include an appropriate budget amount in FY 14-15 to fund said position; and 2) Authorize staff to install three additional hot coal receptacles, one each at the stair access point of Avenida del Sol, Avenida de las Arenas, and Avenida Del Lunar.
d. Authorize the Free Summer Shuttle Bus Service Starting as of May 23, 2014 or June 8, 2014 and Ending September 14, 2014. (Pg 259)
Recommendation: Authorize the City Manager to execute the necessary contract(s) for implementing a free summer shuttle bus service serving the business districts for either: the period of May 23, through September 14, 2014 and include $62,000 in the FY 2014-15 budget; or the period June 8, through September 14, 2014, and include $52,000 in the FY 2014-15 budget for this purpose.
e. Review and Establish Code Enforcement Priorities. (Pg 263)
Recommendation: Review common code enforcement complaints and establish code enforcement priorities.
- CITY ATTORNEY: No report.
- COMMUNICATIONS – WRITTEN:
- Consideration of Request from Councilmember Bailey that the City CouncilDiscuss the Criteria for Historical Designation and the Process for Reviewing an Involuntary Historical Designation. (Pg 269) For an explanation of how this is an attack on our HIstoric Resource Code because suggested changes would make it easier to demolish homes and overdevelop our island while killing our unique village atmosphere, click on the DailyCoronado article here.
- Receive and File a Copy of Letter Sent Expressing Support for AB 2149 – Regional Communications System Procurement Process. (Pg 273)
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