Council Actions Dec. 7, 2021
City Council Actions from Dec. 7, 2021
5. CONSENT CALENDAR:
a. Approval of Reading by Title and Waiver of Reading in Full of Ordinances on this Agenda. (Pg 09) 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 2021-2022. (Pg 11) 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 September 30, 2021. (Pg 37) The Council examined the quarterly Reports on Investments and ordered them filed.
d. Adoption of a Resolution Approving Final Map Number PC 2021-02, Located at 554-556 G Avenue, Coronado, California. (Pg 47) The Council adopted a resolution approving Final Map Number PC 2021-02, at 554-556 G Ave., Coronado, California.
e. Status Update for the Seaport Village Manhole Rehabilitation and Transbay Sewer Main Inspection Project and Notice of Change in Project Scope. (Pg 63) The Council accepted the project update including the notice of change in scope.
f. Accept the Mathewson Park Playground Renovation Project and Direct the City Clerk to File a Notice of Completion. (Pg 67) The Council accepted the Mathewson Park Playground Renovation Project and directed the City Clerk to file a Notice of Completion.
g. Receive Annual Review of the 2022 Local Appointments List Regarding Upcoming Vacancies on Local Boards, Commissions, and Committees. (Pg 71) The Council reviewed the 2022 Local Appointments List and authorized the City Clerk to post said list at the Coronado Library in compliance with Government Code sections 54970-54974 (The Maddy Act).
h. Appoint Special Counsel for the November 2022 General Election and Authorize the City Manager to Execute a Professional Services Agreement with Special Counsel to Provide Special Legal Services for Matters Related to the November 2022 General Election to be Held in the City of Coronado as Required by Coronado Municipal Code. (Pg 83) The Council appointed Helen Holmes Peak, of the firm Lounsbery, Ferguson, Altona, & Peak LLP, as special counsel for the upcoming 2022 General Election and authorized the City Manager to execute the Professional Services Agreement.
i. Second Reading and Adoption of “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Amending Chapter 56.28.045 of Title 56 of the Coronado Municipal Code to Include Additional Nonmotorized Wheeled Recreation Devices at the Coronado Skatepark.” (Pg 99) The Council conducted the second reading and adopted an ordinance amending Sections 56.28.045(B) and (C) of Title 56 of the Coronado Municipal Code to include additional nonmotorized wheeled recreational devices at the Coronado Skatepark.
j. Second Reading and Adoption of “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California Adding Section 86.56.180 to the Coronado Municipal Code to Provide for Regulations Concerning Two-Unit Residential Developments in Single Family Residential Zones, Amending Chapters 86.08, 86.09, and 86.10 Making Two-Unit Residential Developments a Permitted Use in Single-Family Residential Zones, and Adding Chapter 82.68 to the Coronado Municipal Code to Provide Regulations Concerning Urban Lot Split Subdivisions in Single-Family Residential Zones.” (Pg 105) The Council conducted the second reading and adopted an ordinance adding Section 86.56.180 to the Coronado Municipal Code to provide for regulations concerning two-unit residential developments in Single Family Residential Zones, amending Chapters 86.08, 86.09, And 86.10 making two-unit residential developments a permitted use in Single-Family Residential Zones, and adding Chapter 82.68 to the Coronado Municipal Code to provide regulations concerning urban lot split subdivisions in Single-Family Residential Zones.
10. CITY COUNCIL:
**b. Consideration of Reappointment of Mary Hale as the City of Coronado’s Representative to the Port of San Diego Arts & Culture Advisory Committee. (Pg 127) The Council reappointed Mary Hale as the Coronado representative to the Port of San Diego Arts & Culture Advisory Committee to serve a second, three-year term to expire on December 31, 2024.
c. Receive and File Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (ACFR) for the year ending June 30, 2021. (Pg 129) The Council received and filed the City of Coronado Annual Comprehensive Financial Report for the year ending June 30, 2021.
d. Consider Implementing an Economic Hardship Program for Lifeline Business Loan Borrowers. (Pg 157) The Council authorized implementing a program offering assistance to businesses who received Lifeline Business Loan funds in response to COVID-19 impacts with the exception of those businesses who file for bankruptcy or whose owner dies, in which case the City would follow existing state or federal law.
e. Receive an Update on the Coronado Cays Park Master Plan Project and Provide Direction as Needed; Allocate an Additional $55,000 to the Project; and Authorize Execution of a Contract Modification with Van Dyke Landscape Architects for an Amount Not to Exceed $50,740. (Pg 159) The Council directed staff to develop three park concept plans for community review and input, to return at a meeting in January with a process timeline, and to return with a report on the existing field usage when available. The council also allocated an additional $55,000 or consultant services and project management costs such as workshop advertisements, and authorized execution of a contract modification for Van Dyke Landscape Architects in an amount not to exceed $50,750.
**f. Consider Adopting a Resolution of the City Council Opposing a Proposed Mobility Hub in Coronado as Identified in the San Diego Association of Governments San Diego Forward: 2021 Regional Plan. (Pg 165) The Council adopted a resolution in opposition to a proposed Mobility Hub in Coronado as identified in the San Diego Association of Governments San Diego Forward: 2021 Regional Plan.
Note: Items denoted by an asterisk (*) are related to the Successor Agency to the Community Development Agency of the City of Coronado. Items denoted by two asterisks (**) 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:
- Coronado City Council Full Agenda Packet – Dec. 7, 2021
- Coronado City Council Outline Agenda – Dec. 7, 2021