Topics include: proposed plan to destroy iconic eucalyptus trees, proposed Avenue of Heroes on Third & Fourth Avenues, and more.
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- To view the details of millions of your tax dollars spent by city officials in the preceding two weeks in agenda item # 5b “city warrants,” which is the list of checks written by the city to third parties, sent, and already cashed in the past,
- To view the draft minutes of the prior city council meeting in agenda item # 3,
- To view the official votes of the mayor and council from the prior council meeting also in agenda item # 3 prior meeting minutes, and
- To view the staff reports with details of each agenda item for the current meeting.
AG E N D A
CITY OF CORONADO CITY COUNCIL &
THE CITY OF CORONADO ACTING AS THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF THE CITY OF CORONADO
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Coronado City Hall Council Chambers 1825 Strand Way Coronado,California 92118
REGULAR MEETING – 4 P.M.
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- 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 September 16, 2014.
- CEREMONIAL PRESENTATIONS:
a. Proclamation: Rideshare Month 2014. (Pg 1)
b. Proclamation: Lieutenant Frank S. Greene Day. (Pg 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 9)
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 2014-2015. (Pg 11)
Recommendation: Approve the Warrants as certified by the City/Agency Treasurer.
c. Acceptance of the Street Preventive Maintenance FY 13-14 Project and Direction to the City Clerk to File a Notice of Completion. (Pg 61)
Recommendation: Accept the Street Preventive Maintenance FY 13-14 project and direct the City Clerk to file a Notice of Completion.
d. Award of Professional Services Agreements for As-Needed Geotechnical Engineering Services with Kleinfelder and Ninyo & Moore. (Pg 63)
Recommendation: Authorize the City Manager to enter into professional services agreements with Kleinfelder and Ninyo & Moore to provide as- needed geotechnical engineering consulting services.
e. Authorization for the City Manager to Renew a Facility Use Permit between the City of Coronado and the Coronado Community Theatre, Inc. for a Period of Five Years. (Pg 65)
Recommendation: Authorize the City Manager to execute the proposed renewal Permit between the City of Coronado and the Coronado Community Theatre, Inc. (Theater Group) for use of the City’s playhouse facility for a period of five years.
f. Approval to Bid Out Repairs for the Glorietta Bay Marina Restaurant. (Pg 77)
Recommendation: Approve bidding out repairs for the Glorietta Bay Marina Restaurant.
g. Approve the Recommendations of the Parks and Recreation Commission Regarding Universally Accessible Playgrounds. (Pg 79)
Recommendation: Approve the recommendations of the Parks and Recreation Commission regarding universally accessible playgrounds including:
1) Replace conventional playground equipment with “inclusive” and/or “barrier free” equipment as current playgrounds are replaced using current schedules and protocols;
2) Provide a universally accessible swing at Spreckels Park and make budget adjustments mid-year;
3) Encourage the Port to install a universally accessible playground at Tidelands Park.
h. Appropriation of $30,000 to the Accessible Pedestrian Signal and Tenth Street Reconfiguration Project and Authorization for the City Manager to Approve Necessary Change Orders Related to Unanticipated Construction Costs. (Pg 81)
Recommendation: Appropriate additional funds in the amount of $30,000 from the available balances in the Capital Projects Fund 400 and authorize the City Manager to execute change orders for unanticipated construction costs related to the Accessible Pedestrian Signals and Tenth Street Reconfiguration project.
i. Adoption of Resolution Designating the Third and Fourth Street Corridor as “The Coronado Avenue of Heroes” and Implementing a Hometown Hero Banner Program. (Pg 85)
Recommendation: Adopt “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California designating the Third and Fourth Street Corridor west of Orange Avenue as ‘The Coronado Avenue of Heroes’” and implement a companion Hometown Banner Program.
j. Adoption of a Resolution Authorizing the Filing of an Application for Senior Mini-Grant Program Funds in the Amount of $88,000 through the San Diego Association of Governments To Fund a “Coronado Seniors Out and About” Volunteer Driver Program. (Pg 97)
Recommendation: Adopt “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado Authorizing the Filing of an Application for TransNet Senior Mini-Grant Program Funds through the San Diego Association of Governments for the Coronado Seniors Out and About Program, Committing the Necessary Local Match for the Project(s) and Stating the Assurance of the City of Coronado to Execute the Grant Agreement and Complete the Project.”
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)
- PUBLIC HEARINGS:
- Public Hearing: Consideration of Applications for Historic Resource Preservation(Mills Act) Agreements for Properties Addressed as 1807 Monterey, 937 J Avenue, 1306 Sixth Street, 921 A Avenue, 723 A Avenue, 754 B Avenue, 760 B Avenue, and 200 H Avenue (HP 2014-02 City of Coronado). (Pg 121)Historic Resource Commission Recommendation: Approve Mills Act Agreements for 1807 Monterey, 937 J Avenue, 1306 Sixth Street, 723 A Avenue, 754 B Avenue, 760 B Avenue, and 200 H Avenue with exclusions and improvements as recommended by the Historic Resource Commission.Staff Recommendation: Approve Mills Act Agreements as recommended by the Historic Resource Commission, with the exception of: approval of either 200 H Avenue or 921 A Avenue; exclusions and improvements for all applications as recommended by staff in Attachment 5; and provide direction to staff regarding processing of Mills Act Agreements in future years.
- Public Hearing: Approval and Adoption of a Resolution Authorizing the Filing of an Application to the County of San Diego for Fiscal Year 2015-2016 Community Development Block Grant Funding for $69,000 for Intersection Improvements at Avenida De Las Arenas and Strand Way. (Pg 165)Recommendation: Approve the project and adopt “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado Authorizing the Filing of an Application to the County of San Diego for Fiscal Year 2015-2016 Community Development Block Grant Funding for Intersection Improvements at Avenida de las Arenas and Strand Way.”
- Public Hearing: Adoption of a Resolution Approving a One-Lot Tentative Parcel Map to Allow for Condominium Ownership of Two Residential Units for the Property Legally Described as Lot 29, Block 68, Map 376 CBSI, Addressed as 741-743 D Avenue in the R-3 (Multiple Family Residential) Zone (PC 2014-09 ARC Business Ventures Inc.). (Pg 177)Planning Commission Recommendation: Adopt the resolution, entitled “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado Approving a One-Lot Tentative Parcel Map to Allow For Condominium Ownership of Two Residential Units for the Property Legally Described as Lot 29, Block 68, Map 376 CBSI, Addressed as 741-743 D Avenue, Coronado, California.”
- ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS: None.
- COMMISSION AND COMMITTEE REPORTS: None.
- CITY COUNCIL:
a. Council Reports on Inter-Agency Committee and Board Assignments. (Questions allowed to clarify but no responses, discussion or action.) (Pg 191)
- Designate the Lemon-Scented Gum (Corymbia citriodora) as the tree species to replace the four (4) Sugar Gum eucalyptus trees removed along the 100 block of E Avenue as recommended by the Street Tree Committee. (Note: This action requires the Lemon-Scented Gum to be included on the City’s Approved Street Tree List as a “Restricted Tree.
- Amend the City’s Approved Street Tree List to include the Lemon- Scented Gum as a “Restricted Tree.
- Amend the “Themed Streets and View Corridors” section (Appendix B, B- 2) of the City’s Tree Master Plan to identify the 100 block of E Avenue as a themed street.
- Request Street Tree Committee to identify the single most prestigious and qualified Sugar Gum eucalyptus tree along the 100 block of E Avenue, and nominate it for Heritage Tree status for City Council consideration.
- Direct staff to develop a long-term management plan for the eucalyptus trees along the 100 block of E Avenue.
- CITY ATTORNEY: No report.
- COMMUNICATIONS – WRITTEN:
a. Consideration of Request that the Mayor Co-Sponsor Admiral Len Herring’s
Speech to the Citizens Climate Lobby about how Global Warming is Affecting National Security to be Held on Wednesday, November 12, 2014, from 7-9 p.m. in the Nautilus Room. (Pg 239)
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