Council Actions March 1, 2022

City Council Actions from March 1, 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.         FILING OF THE TREASURER’S REPORTS ON INVESTMENTS FOR THE CITY AND THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENCY FOR THE CITY OF CORONADO FOR THE QUARTER ENDING DECEMBER 31, 2021

The Council examined the quarterly Reports on Investments and ordered them filed. 

d.         AUTHORIZE THE 2022 SUMMER SHUTTLE PROGRAM, APPROPRIATE $192,312 FROM THE GENERAL FUND RESERVE, AND AUTHORIZE THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE A CONTRACT WITH THE SAN DIEGO METROPOLITAN TRANSIT SYSTEM (MTS) TO OPERATE THE FREE SUMMER SHUTTLE

The Council authorized the 2022 Summer Shuttle Program, appropriated $192, 312 from the General Fund Reserve, and authorized the City Manager to execute an amendment with San Diego Metropolitan Transit System to: 1) operate the Free Summer Shuttle from May 27 through Sept. 5, 2022, at 15-minute intervals; 2) operate a free bus service from Coronado Cays to the Community Center on Monday, July 4, at 30-minute intervals; and 3) make an initial purchase of 1,000 MTS day passes for distribution to the Coronado Cays.

e.         AUTHORIZE THE CITY MANAGER TO AWARD A SOLE SOURCE AGREEMENT FOR SPLIT CYCLE OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUE (SCOOT) 360 SOFTWARE LICENSURE AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT SERVICES TO UNEX LLC. IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $180,000 FOR A THREE[1]YEAR TERM TO SERVICE SIX “SMART SIGNALS” ON STATE ROUTE 75.

The Council authorized the City Manager to execute a sole source agreement with Yunex LLC, for SCOOT 260 software licensure and technical support in an amount not to exceed $180,000 for a three-year term to service six “smart signals” on state Route 75.

f.          AUTHORIZE THE CITY MANAGER TO AWARD A SERVICE AGREEMENT WITH MERJAN ENTERPRISES, INC. DOING BUSINESS AS SOV SECURITY FOR DESIGN, TECHNICAL SUPPORT, PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE AND AS­NEEDED REPAIRS OF CITY­WIDE SECURITY ALARMS, ACCESS CONTROLS, INTERCOM SYSTEMS, MONITORING, AND CAMERA SYSTEMS IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $398,668 AND AUTHORIZE THE  CITY MANAGER TO EXERCISE TWO ONE­YEAR RENEWAL OPTIONS

The Council authorized the City Manager to execute a service agreement with Merjan Enterprises, doing business as SOV Security, for design, technical support, and scheduled monthly and annual preventive maintenance and as­needed repairs of the security alarms, access controls, intercom system, monitoring and camera systems at all city locations in an amount not to exceed $398,668 for a three-year term; and the Council authorized the City Manager to exercise two renewal option years, for a maximum five-year contract term. 

g.         AUTHORIZE THE CITY MANAGER TO EXECUTE AN AMENDMENT TO THE HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR SERVICE AGREEMENT WITH COUNTYWIDE MECHANICAL SYSTEMS, INC.  FOR AN ADDITIONAL $62,982 AND A NOT-TO­EXCEED MAXIMUM CONTRACT SUM OF $412,886

The Council authorized the City Manager to execute an amendment to the HVAC Preventive Maintenance and Repair Service Agreement with Countywide Mechanical Systems to increase the preventive maintenance and repair service agreement by $62,982 and approve a not­to­exceed maximum contract sum of $412,886. 

8.         PUBLIC HEARINGS:

a.         PC 2022­02 ­ 1417 ORANGE AVENUE - REQUEST FOR A CHANGE IN THE PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND PERMIT AMENDMENTS TO THE VILLA CAPRI HOTEL REPLACEMENT PROJECT (SPECIAL USE PERMIT (PC 2019­05), COASTAL PERMIT (CP2019­03), AND PARKING PLAN (PC 2019­07))

The Council adopted the resolution to (1) approve the proposed amendments to the Villa Capri Hotel Replacement Project that changes the project description, decreases excavation, and replaces the on­site underground parking with utilization of existing excess parking spaces on the property immediately to the north at 1415 Orange Ave. to satisfy the project’s parking requirement; (2) extend project approvals to March 3, 2024; and (3) find that these actions do not trigger subsequent or supplemental environmental review under the California Environmental Quality Act or require a supplement or amendment to the approved Mitigated Negative Declaration.

10.       CITY COUNCIL:

b.         EXTENSION OF TEMPORARY OUTDOOR DINING ALLOWANCES

The Council approved extending the temporary outdoor seating permit program and the waiver of parking requirements through Sept. 30, 2022, and directed staff to return no sooner than the first meeting in September with recommendations for alternatives for outdoor dining.

c.    REPORT ON PROCESS OPTIONS FOR IMPLEMENTING DISCOVER CORONADO’S ORANGE AVENUE IMPROVEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS

The Council received the report and, by consensus, selected short-, medium- and long-term projects from the Discover Coronado Orange Avenue Beautification Report to move forward to the City Council CIP Committee for discussion and integration with the Fiscal Year 2022/23 Budget and CIP Work Plan.

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.

City Council meeting links:

·         Find the Coronado City Council Agenda Packet – March 1, 2022, here

·         Agendas, Minutes and Videos

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