Council Actions April 5, 2022

City Council Actions from April 5, 2022

 

5.         CONSENT CALENDAR:

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 FISCAL YEAR 2021­22

Approved.

c. AUTHORIZE THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE A COOPERATIVE PURCHASE AGREEMENT, IN A FORM APPROVED BY THE CITY ATTORNEY, WITH MILLENIUM PRODUCTS, INC, FOR THE PURCHASE OF A SPEED/LICENSE PLATE RECOGNITION (LPR) MESSAGE BOARD TRAILER IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $50,000

The City Council authorized the City Manager to execute a cooperative purchase agreement, in a form approved by the City Attorney, with Millenium Products, Inc. for the purchase of a two­camera Speed/LPR message board trailer in an amount not to exceed $50,000.

d. ENCROACHMENT PERMIT APPLICATION NUMBER E2109­001 FOR PRIVATE STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENTS IN THE PUBLIC RIGHT­OF­WAY ADJACENT TO SHARP CORONADO HOSPITAL AT 250 PROSPECT PLACE

The item was removed from the agenda.

e. AUTHORIZE THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE THE PURCHASE OF FOUR VEHICLES, AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT AND INSTALLATION SERVICES FOR POLICE SERVICES IN THE AMOUNT OF $401,629 (Pg 100)

The Council, in accordance with Coronado Municipal Code Section 8.04.070 Exemptions, A (2, 3, 5), awarded purchases to: (1) El Cajon Ford for the purchase of two vehicles in the amount of $109,750; (2) Imperial Valley Auto Chevrolet for the purchase of two vehicles in the amount of $90,269; (3) Vigilant Solutions, Inc. for purchase of two License Plate Readers in the amount of $45,060; (4) Motorola Solutions, Inc for the purchase of four radios in the amount of $23,987; (5) AEP California, LLC for the equipment installation of four vehicles in the amount of $80,177; authorized a project contingency of $52,386; and authorized City Manager or designee to execute change orders in excess of 10% of the purchase order amount, but within the project contingency.

f.  ADOPTION OF “A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CORONADO, CALIFORNIA, AUTHORIZING THE RECEIPT AND APPROPRIATION OF $24,749 IN FUNDS PROVIDED BY THE FISCAL YEAR 2020 STATE HOMELAND SECURITY PROGRAM (SHSP) THROUGH THE COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO”

The Council adopted “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Authorizing the Receipt and Appropriation of $24,749 in funds provided by the Fiscal Year 2020 State Homeland Security Program (SHSP) through the County of San Diego.”

g. ADOPTION OF “A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CORONADO, CALIFORNIA, ESTABLISHING FIRE AND EMERGENCY ACCESS LANES IN THE ALLEY OF BLOCK 138”

The Council adopted “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Establishing Fire and Emergency Access Lanes in the Alley of Block 138.”

8.  PUBLIC HEARINGS:

  1.  PURSUANT TO ESTABLISHED COUNCIL POLICY, ADOPT A RESOLUTION IMPLEMENTING THE ANNUAL INDEXED ADJUSTMENTS TO POLICE, EMS/AMBULANCE, AND DEVELOPMENT­RELATED USER FEES, AND TO THE WASTEWATER CAPACITY FEES, SPECIAL EVENT FEES, AND SPORTS FIELD ALLOCATION FEES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2022­23

    The Council adopted a resolution implementing annual adjustments to Police, EMS/Ambulance, Development­related Fees, Wastewater Capacity Fees, Special Event Fees, and Sports Field Allocation Fees that are less than the annual indices and established SB 9 administrative permit fees for Fiscal Year 2022-­23.  

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  2.  CONSIDERATION OF APPOINTMENT OF ONE NEW MEMBER TO SERVE THE REMAINDER OF A TERM ON THE MOBILITY COMMISSION

    The Council appointed Robin Hagermann to serve the remainder of a term to expire December 31, 2023, on the Mobility Commission.

  3. CONSIDERATION OF APPOINTMENT OF ONE NEW MEMBER TO SERVE THE REMAINDER OF A TERM ON THE PLANNING COMMISSION

    The Council appointed Scott L. Metzger to serve the remainder of a term to expire December 31, 2022, on the Planning Commission.

  4. FIRST READING AND INTRODUCTION OF “AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CORONADO, CALIFORNIA, ADDING SECTION 3.68.030 TO THE CORONADO MUNICIPAL CODE, APPROVING A MILITARY EQUIPMENT USE POLICY FOR POLICE SERVICES” AND ADOPTION OF “A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CORONADO, CALIFORNIA, APPROVING CORONADO POLICE POLICY 706”

    The Council conducted the first reading and introduced “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Adding Section 3.68.030 to the Coronado Municipal Code, Approving a Military Equipment Use Policy for Police Services” and adopted “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Approving Coronado Police Policy 706 as Military Use Policy for Police Services.”

  5. RECEIVE REPORT REGARDING CORONADO MUNICIPAL CODE SECTION 1.80.030 WITH RESPECT TO TERM LIMITS FOR CITY COUNCILMEMBERS AND THE MAYOR AND PROVIDE DIRECTION, AS MAY BE NEEDED, WHETHER TO PREPARE A POTENTIAL BALLOT PROPOSITION WITH RESPECT TO TERM LIMITS

    The Council received a report regarding Coronado Municipal Code (CMC) section 1.80.030 and directed staff not to prepare a ballot proposition to modify Section 1.80.030 with respect to term limits for city councilmembers and the mayor.

  6. CONSIDERATION OF A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING AND EXPENDITURE OF CITY FUNDS FOR ENFORCEMENT OF THE ANCHORING AND MOORING REGULATIONS AT ZUNIGA JETTY SHOALS, AND AUTHORIZING CITY OF CORONADO SUPPORT FOR A CALIFORNIA BUDGET REQUEST TO FUND ONGOING ENFORCEMENT EFFORTS AND STUDY OF PERMANENT SOLUTIONS

The Council authorized the City Manager to execute, in a form approved by the City Attorney, a Memorandum of Understanding with the City of San Diego, San Diego Unified Port District and the California State Lands Commission regarding enforcement of the City of San Diego Ordinance regulating anchoring and mooring in Zuniga Jetty Shoals, and approved the expenditure of $50,000 from the City’s General Fund for this purpose; and authorized City of Coronado support for ongoing State funding for the City of San Diego and Port of San Diego, in partnership with the U.S. Navy, for enforcement and study of permanent solutions.

12.       COMMUNICATIONS ­ WRITTEN:

  1. CONSIDERATION OF MAYOR BAILEY’S POLICY #2 REQUEST TO REVIEW CURRENT POLICIES AND CORONADO MUNICIPAL CODE SECTIONS PERTAINING TO PARKING IN THE DOWNTOWN BUSINESS DISTRICT

The Council approved placing the matter on a future agenda.

Note:   Items denoted by an asterisk (*) signify that the item was removed from the Consent Calendar for discussion or was adopted as part of the Consent Calendar.

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