Council Actions March 15, 2022
City Council Actions from March 15, 2022
5. CONSENT CALENDAR:
a. APPROVAL OF READING BY TITLE AND WAIVER OF READING IN FULL OF ORDINANCES ON THIS 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 FISCAL YEAR 202122
c. RECEIVE FISCAL YEAR 202223 BUDGET CALENDAR
The Council received and approved the budget calendar.
d. CITY MANAGEMENT’S APPROACH, PRINCIPLES, APPLIED TECHNIQUES, AND TIMELINE FOR PREPARATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FISCAL YEAR 202223 FINANCIAL PLAN
The Council received the report on the recommended approach and principles for preparing the Fiscal Year 2022-23 financial plan.
e. ADOPTION OF “A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CORONADO DESIGNATING A 12MINUTE GREEN CURB PARKING ZONE IN THE 800 BLOCK OF ORANGE AVENUE”
The Council adopted “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado designating a 12minute green curb parking zone in the 800 block of Orange Avenue.”
f. APPROVE THE LIST OF CONTRACTORS DEEMED PREQUALIFIED TO BID ON THE PARKER PUMP STATION REPLACEMENT PROJECT; APPROVE A SOLE SOURCE PROCUREMENT METHOD FOR EQUIPMENT NEEDED FOR SAID PROJECT; AND AUTHORIZE STAFF TO ADVERTISE SAID PROJECT FOR BID
The Council approved the list of contractors deemed pre-qualified to bid on the Parker Pump Station Replacement project, approved findings for sole source items included in the project and authorized staff to advertise the project for bid.
*g. REJECT ALL DESIGNBUILD PROJECT PROPOSALS RECEIVED FOR THE GOLF COURSE WATER RECYCLING AND TURF CARE FACILITY PROJECT; AND APPROPRIATE AN ADDITIONAL $34,000 FROM THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND 400 TO FULFILL CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE STIPEND AGREEMENTS WITH EACH OF THE SHORTLISTED DESIGNBUILD PROPOSERS RESULTING FROM CANCELING THE PROCUREMENT FOR THE PROJECT
The Council agreed to 1) reject all design-build project proposals received for the Golf Course Water Recycling and Turf Care Facility Project; and 2) appropriate an additional $34,000 from the Capital Improvement Fund 400 to fulfill contractual obligations under the stipend agreements with each of the shortlisted design-build proposers resulting from canceling the procurement for the project.
h. AUTHORIZATION TO TRANSMIT THE 2021 ANNUAL HOUSING ELEMENT PROGRESS REPORT TO THE STATE OFFICE OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
The Council authorized the transmission of the 2021 Annual Housing Progress Report to the State Office of Housing and Community Development.
8. PUBLIC HEARINGS:
a. ADOPTION OF “A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CORONADO, CALIFORNIA, ADOPTING A REVISED SCHEDULE FOR A REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION CONGESTION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FEE TO MITIGATE THE IMPACTS OF DEVELOPMENT OF RESIDENTIAL UNITS ON THE SAN DIEGO REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION ARTERIAL SYSTEM FOR FISCAL YEAR 202223, INCREASING THE EXISTING UNIFORM TRANSPORTATION MITIGATION FEE BY TWO PERCENT FROM $2,635.50 TO $2,668.21 FOR EACH NEWLY CONSTRUCTED RESIDENTIAL UNIT”
The Council conducted a public hearing and adopted “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Adopting a Revised Schedule for a Regional Transportation Congestion Improvement Program Fee to Mitigate the Impacts of Development of Residential Units on the San Diego Regional Transportation Arterial System for Fiscal Year 202223, increasing the existing uniform transportation mitigation fee by two percent, from $2,635.50 to $2,688.21 for each newly constructed residential unit.”
10. CITY COUNCIL:
b. APPROVAL OF THE 2022 LEGISLATIVE POLICY GUIDELINES AND PRESENTATION BY EMANUELS JONES REGARDING STATE LEGISLATION
The Council received a presentation from Coronado’s state lobbyist, Emanuels Jones & Associates, and approved the City of Coronado Legislative Policy Guidelines for 2022 with the addition of new language under “Transportation and Public Works” so the item, IV. A 12 of the guidelines, now reads: “Support legislation that enhances funding for commuter ferry service to and from Coronado and neighboring military bases, including the use of alternative fuel vessels for this service.”
c. REPORT REGARDING THE MOBILITY COMMISSION’S 2022 WORK PLAN
The Council received and filed the work plan and directed staff to prioritize incorporating traffic/bike incident reporting into an existing City app and ensuring the Mobility Commission is aware of the Active Transportation Plan and City projects for their input.
*d. REPORT ON MULTIYEAR FINANCIAL FORECAST THROUGH FISCAL YEAR 202627 FOR THE GENERAL FUND
The Council received the report on multiyear projections for the General Fund.
e. CONSIDERATION OF THE FINAL DRAFT CLIMATE ACTION PLAN
The Council approved the Final Draft Climate Action Plan, and directed staff to move forward with preparing a draft implementation plan for City Council review and approval, including information on Community Choice Aggregation.
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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