Council Actions October 2, 2018

Council Actions October 2, 2018

City Council Actions from October 2, 2018

 

 5.        CONSENT CALENDAR

a.         Approval of Reading by Title and Waiver of Reading in Full of Ordinances on this Agenda.  (Pg 9) 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 FY 2018-2019.  (Pg 11) Approved.

c.         Accept the Storm Drain Inlet Improvements Project and Direct the City Clerk to File a Notice of Completion.  (Pg 71) The Council accepted the Storm Drain Inlet Improvement project and directed the City Clerk to file a Notice of Completion.

d.         Authorize the City Manager to Award a Contract to Grace Builders in the Amount of $74,900 for Installation of ADA Compliant Doors at Three Facilities and Reduce Prior Award for Pedestrian Ramps by $35,000.  (Pg 73) The Council awarded the contract for construction and installation of ADA compliant doors at City Hall, Community Center and Golf Course Clubhouse and reduced the previously approved contract award for New Century Construction by $35,000.

e.         Adoption of a Resolution to Establish Contractor Prequalification Procedures for the Third, Fourth, and I Avenue Storm Drain Improvement Project.  (Pg 75) The Council adopted the resolution to establish prequalification procedures for the Third, Fourth, and I Avenue Storm Drain Improvement Project including the form of a prequalification questionnaire; a uniform system of rating bidders; an appeal procedure and impaneling the director of Public Services and Engineering and city engineer to the appeals panel; and such other documents as necessary to comply with state law.

**f.      Authorize the City Manager to Advertise the Second and Orange Parklets Project.  (Pg 115) The Council authorized the City Manager to advertise the Second and Orange Parklets project.

g.         Authorize the City Manager to Execute Cooperative Purchasing Agreements for the Purchase of Five Replacement Vehicles for Police, Fire, and Public Services and Engineering.  (Pg 117) The Council authorized the City Manager to execute cooperative purchasing agreements with National Auto Fleet Group and Downtown Ford of Sacramento for the replacement of five vehicles for Police Services, Fire/Lifeguard Services and Public Services and Engineering.

h.         Authorization to Advertise the Council Chamber Audio/Visual Update Project for Bid.  (Pg 121) The Council authorized staff to advertise the Council Chamber Audio/Visual Update Project for bid.

i.          Authorize the City Manager to Execute an Amendment to the Agreement with Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. in an Amount Not to Exceed an Additional $7,500 for Services in Support of the Affordable Housing Project.  (Pg 123) The Council authorized the City Manager to execute the amendment to the agreement with Keyser Marston Associates, Inc. in an amount not to exceed an additional $7,500 for services in support of the affordable housing project.

j.          Second Reading and Adoption of “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado to Require a Minimum Three-Foot Sideyard Setback for Basements Which Require Dewatering During Construction in all Zones.”  (Pg 127) The Council adopted the ordinance to require a minimum three-foot sideyard setback for basements which require dewatering during construction in all zones.”

k.         Adoption of a Resolution Redesignating the Intersections of Prospect/Second and Prospect/Third as Stop Controlled.  (Pg 133) The Council adopted the resolution designating the yield-controlled intersections of Prospect Place and Second Street and Prospect Place and Third Street as stop-controlled intersections.

l.          Adoption of a Resolution Accepting and Appropriating Federal Grant Funds in the Amount of $12,000 Provided by the FY 2016 State Homeland Security Program (SHSP) Administered Through the County of San Diego Office of Emergency Services for the Purchase of Public Access Bleeding Control Stations and Individual Bleeding Control Training Kits.  (Pg 145) The Council adopted the resolution accepting and appropriating federal grant funds in the Amount of $12,000 for the purchase of public access bleeding control stations and individual bleeding control training kits.

m.        Authorize the City Manager to Execute Construction Change Orders Cumulatively in Excess of 10% of the Original Contract Amount for the Country Club/Parker Basin Area Storm Line Infiltration Project.  (Pg 149) The Council authorized the City Manager to approve construction change orders cumulatively in excess of 10 percent of the original contract amount, but keeping within the approved budget appropriation of $1,885,000, for the Country Club/Parker Basin Area Storm Line Infiltration project.

 

 8.        PUBLIC HEARINGS

a.         Public Hearing: Consideration of Applications for Historic Resource Preservation (Mills Act) Agreements for 29 Previously Designated Historic Properties as Identified in the Full Report.  (Pg 151) The Council approved Mills Act Agreements for 29 previously designated historic properties including: 1000 Adella Ave., 940 Country Club Lane, 545 Palm Ave./544 D Ave., 555 Alameda Blvd., 535 Ocean Blvd., 825 Olive Ave., 320 Seventh St., 1010 Glorietta Blvd., 749 G Ave., 751 G Ave., 753 G Ave., 757 G Ave., 759 G Ave., 761 G Ave., 1027 F Ave., 323 J Ave., 808 Third St., 1315-1319 Fifth St., 624 First St., 823 H Ave., 825 Alameda Blvd., 726 B Ave., 325 Eighth St., 1144 Isabella Ave., 917 A Ave., 924 H Ave., 455 A Ave., 1110 Loma Ave., 550 A Ave., 460 E Ave., 500 Glorietta Blvd., 1106 Fourth St. #1, 1106 Fourth St. #2, 1106 Fourth St. #3, 1106 Fourth St. #4, 1106 Fourth St. #5, 1106 Fourth St. #6, 1106 Fourth St. #7, 211 Alameda Blvd., with list of improvements and exclusions as recommended in Attachment 4; and denied Mills Act Agreements for 755 G Ave., 763 G Ave., and 1004 Tenth St. The Council also approved two resolutions, one of which waives the $15,000 fiscal cap for Mills Act approvals in 2018 and the other which revises the Mills Act policy to remove the annual $15,000 fiscal cap.

 

10.       CITY COUNCIL:

**b.     Consideration of Reappointment of One Incumbent, Tom DeCaro, to Serve a First, Three-Year Term on the Street Tree Committee.  (Pg 199) The Council reappointed Tom DeCaro to the Street Tree Committee for a first full three-year term to expire October 31, 2021.

**c.     Consideration of Reappointment of One Incumbent, Alexander Fitzpatrick, to a Second, Three-Year Term on the Bicycle Advisory Committee.  (Pg 203) The Council reappointed Commissioner Alexander Fitzpatrick to the Bicycle Advisory Committee to a second, three-year term to expire November 30, 2021.

d.         Accept the Recommendation of the Parks and Recreation Commission and Direct Staff to Begin the Process of Procuring Beach Mats, In an Amount Not to Exceed $55,000, to Improve Accessibility at Central and North Beach.  (Pg 207) The Council approved the recommendation and directed staff to begin the procurement of beach accessibility mats to be located at Central and North Beach in an amount not to exceed $55,000 and appropriate the funds from the General Fund. The Council also directed staff to add a third mat for Dog Beach to be approved under the City Manager’s signature authority, which is an amount not to exceed $30,000.

e.         Presentation by San Diego Gas & Electric on Recent Power Outages in Coronado and Power System Reliability in General.  (Pg 215) The Council received the report and provided direction to staff.   

 

12.       COMMUNICATIONS - WRITTEN:

**a.     Consideration of Councilmember Downey’s Request that the City Council Agendize a Review of Coronado Municipal Code 86.56.160 and Adopting a New Coronado Municipal Code 86.56.163 for the Purposes of Increasing the Allowable Height of Hedges to 10 Feet in the Rear Yard Overlooking an Alley.  (Pg 217) The Council agreed to place the request on a future meeting agenda for consideration.

           

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.

 

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