City Council Meeting Actions 6/17/2014

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Date of Record: 2014-06-18

City Council Actions June 17, 2014

 

 

 

a.         Approval of Reading by Title and Waiver of Reading In Full of Ordinances on this Agenda.  Approved.

 

*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.  Approved. 

 

c.         Annual Review and Approval of the City of Coronado Investment Policy.  Reviewed and approved. 

 

d.         Briefing on Plans for 2014 Fourth of July Celebration.  Received the operations plan for the Fourth of July. 

 

e.         Designation of Voting Delegate for the League of California Cities Annual Conference on September 3 to 5, 2014.  The Council appointed Councilmember Michael Woiwode as the voting delegate at the League of California Cities Annual Business Meeting and Councilmember Al Ovrom Jr. as alternate Council representative.

 

f.          Adoption of a Resolution to Designate a Blue Curb Parking Zone in Front of 540 C Avenue.  The Council adopted “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado to Designate a Blue Curb Parking Zone in front of the Residence at 540 C Avenue.” 

 

g.         Adoption of Resolutions to Designate a Blue Curb Parking Zone in Front of the Residence at 1005 Adella Avenue and a Red No Parking Zone on Adella Avenue at Tenth Street (Southeast Corner).  The Council adopted “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado to Designate a Blue Curb Parking Zone in front of the Residence at 1005 Adella Avenue” and “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado to Designate a Red No Parking Curb Zone on Adella Avenue at Tenth Street (Southeast Corner).

 

h.         Adoption of a Resolution to Accept a Grant in the Amount of $123,100 from the State of California Energy Commission (CEC) to Install Electrical Vehicle Charging Stations at 511 Grand Caribe Causeway and Authorize the City Manager to Sign the CEC and OpConnect Operating Agreements.  The Council adopted “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado to accept a grant in the amount of $123,100 from the California Energy Commission (CEC) to install electrical vehicle charging stations at 511 Grande Caribe Causeway (Coronado Cays Homeowners Association site), authorized the City Manager to sign the CEC and OpConnect operating agreements, and directed staff to forward the resolution to the California Energy Commission and the agreement to OpConnect.” 

i.          Appoint a Special Counsel for the November 2014 General Election and Authorize the City Manager to Execute a Professional Services Agreement with Special Counsel Helen Holmes Peak to Provide Special Legal Services for Matters Related to the November 2014 General Election to be Held in the City of Coronado as Required by Coronado Municipal Code.  The Council appointed Helen Holmes Peak, of the firm Lounsbery, Ferguson, Altona, & Peak, as special counsel for the upcoming 2014 election, and authorized the City Manager to execute the Professional Services Agreement.

 

j.          Authorization to Advertise the Installation of a Generator as a Back-Up Electrical Source at the Cays Main Pump Station for Bid.  The Council authorized staff to advertise the installation of a back-up generator at the Cays main pump station for bid. 

 

k.         Authorization for the City Manager to Execute a Service Agreement with West Coast Arborists for a Not-To-Exceed Amount of $180,000 Annually for Tree Maintenance Services through a Cooperative Purchasing Program.  The Council authorized the City Manager to execute a service agreement with West Coast Arborists for tree maintenance services through a cooperative purchasing program for an amount not to exceed $180,000 annually.

 

l.          Authorization to Advertise the Pine Street Pump Station Upgrade Project for Bid.  The Council authorized staff to advertise the Pine Street Pump Station Upgrade project for bid.

 

m.        Approval of Additional Engineering Work Related to the Wastewater Master Plan Update and Authorization for the City Manager to Approve the Associated Change Order up to the Amount of $20,885.  The Council authorized the City Manager to execute a change order for additional engineering work associated with the Wastewater Master Plan Update up to the amount of $20,885.

 

 

 

 8.        PUBLIC HEARINGS:

 

a.         Public Hearing: Consideration of a Request for Historic Alteration Permit, Including Relief from Zoning Standards, for the Property Addressed as 812 Third Street and Located in the R-1B (Single Family Residential) Zone (HAP 2014-02 Michael and Jenna Tontz).  The Council adopted “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado approving the request for Historic Alteration Permit, including relief from zoning standards, for the property addressed as 812 Third Street and located in the R-1B (single family residential) zone.” 

 

b.         Public Hearing:  Introduction of an Ordinance Adopting Revised Sewer Service Rates for Sanitary Sewer Service and Amending Sections of Chapter 60.08 of the Coronado Municipal Code Pertaining to Sewer Service Charges.  The Council introduced “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Adopting Revised Sewer Service Rates for Sanitary Sewer Service and Amending Sections of Chapter 60.08 of the Coronado Municipal Code Pertaining to Sewer Service Charges” and directed staff to provide proof of the required mailing notifying ratepayers of the public hearings at the July 15 City Council meeting.

 

 

 

11.       CITY COUNCIL:

 

b.         Consideration of the California Home Energy Renovation Opportunity (HERO) Program to Finance Energy Improvements by Voluntary Contractual Assessments.  The Council approved a resolution that allows the California HERO Program to be offered to Coronado property owners.

 

c.         Resolution of Impasse between the City and the Coronado Police Officers' Association (CPOA) Regarding Compensation and Benefits Pursuant to City of Coronado Employer-Employee Relations Resolution.  After hearing the presentations from the CPOA and City negotiators regarding their respective proposals, the Council agreed to impose the City's “last, best, and final” one-year offer and directed the City and CPOA negotiators to return to the bargaining table to initiate discussions for a successor Memorandum of Understanding to begin in FY 2014-15.

 

     

   

 

 

 

Note: Items denoted by an asterisk (*) are related to the Successor Agency to the Community Development Agency of the City of Coronado.

 

 

 

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