City Council Meeting Actions 1/7/14

Date of Record: 2013-12-07

City Council Actions 1/7/2014 Meeting




  • 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 Budgets for FY 2013-2014.  Approved.

c.       Recommendation from the Traffic Operations Committee Regarding Adoption of a Policy to Install “Keep Clear” Pavement Markings.  The Council adopted a policy to install “Keep Clear” pavement markings.

d.        Approval of Request from the Friends of the Coronado Public Library to Waive the Alcohol Prohibition on Public Property to Allow Service of Wine and Beer at a Reception at the Coronado Public Library on Friday Evening February 7, 2014, at a Friends' Fundraising Social Event. Approved.

e.       Request for the City Council to Approve a Free-of-Charge Public Dock for CEQA Processing and Permit Approval.  The Council approved the concept of a free-of-charge dock improvement at the Glorietta Bay Boat Launch Ramp; and directed staff to proceed with CEQA processing and permit approval for this concept as part of the Dock C Reconstruction Project.


a.       Public Hearing:  Consideration of a Request for Approval of a Zoning Exception Request in Association with an approved Historic Alteration Permit for the Property Addressed as 1030 and 1032 Olive Avenue and Located in the R-1A (Single Family Residential) Zone (HAP 2013-06 Coronado Coast Investors).  The Council adopted “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado approving the request for an exception to zoning standards in association with HAP 2013-06 for the historically designated residence addressed as 1030-1032 Olive Avenue located in the R-1A (Single Family Residential) Zone.”


 b.      Consideration of a Request from Coronado MainStreet Ltd. for City Staff to Purchase and Install Banners on the Orange Avenue Median Light Poles to Celebrate the Commissioning of the New LCS-4 USS Coronado, and Consideration of an Appropriation of $2,600 for their Purchase.  The Council agreed to a request from Coronado MainStreet for the City to purchase and install 22 banners along Orange Avenue to commemorate the new USS Coronado at a cost of $2,600.

c.        Presentation of Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the Year Ending June 30, 2013.  The Council received and filed the City's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the year ending June 30, 2013. 

d.       Review of Regulations Regarding Fires on the Public Beach and Provide Direction.  The Council agreed to maintain all eight of the City's existing fire rings; maintain the current ordinance that continues to allow portable barbecues and portable fire rings; direct staff to update signage on the beach and in literature to reflect what the ordinance already says; and direct staff return to City Council with:

  • a plan for additional hot coal receptacles to be placed on the beach;
  • a range of options to provide more supervision of the fire rings at North Beach;
  • an amendment to the Municipal Code limiting fire materials to charcoal and clean wood consistent with the San Diego County Air Pollution Control District restrictions (ordinance amendment required) and restricting fire materials to a height of 12 inches above the upper edge of the fire container and ensuring fires be contained within the inside edge of the fire container; and
  • a plan containing options on dealing with pallets used for fires on the beach.





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The next regular City Council meeting is set for January 21, 2014. (Council meets at 4 p.m.)


Note: Items denoted by an * are related to the City of Coronado acting as the Successor Agency to the former Community Development Agency.