City Council Actions June 6, 2017

City Council Actions June 6, 2017

City Council Actions from June 6, 2017

 

 5.        CONSENT CALENDAR

a.         Approval of Reading by Title and Waiver of Reading in Full of Ordinances on this Agenda.  (Pg 5) 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 2016-2017.  (Pg 7) Approved.

c.         Update on Actions Taken in Response to the Glorietta Sewer Main Emergency Repairs and Request for Vote to End the Emergency Designation.  (Pg 77) The Council accepted the report and voted to end the emergency designation.

d.         Authorize the City Manager to Execute a Contract Modification with Siemens Industry, Inc. for a Not-to-Exceed Amount of $295,997 for the Adaptive Signals in the Vicinity of the Naval Amphibious Base Project.  (Pg 81) The Council authorized the City Manager to execute the contract modification with Siemens Industry, Inc., to perform design and implementation of the Adaptive Signals near the Naval Amphibious Base project.

e.         Authorize the City Manager to Approve a Change Order and Equipment Purchase in a Not-to-Exceed Amount of $13,500 for Unanticipated Costs Associated with the Cays Main Pump Station Repair.  (Pg 83) The Council authorized the City Manager to approve a change order for unanticipated costs including labor and equipment associated with the Cays Main Pump Station pipe repair. 

f.          Authorize the City Manager to Modify Existing Janitorial Service Agreement to Include the John D. Spreckels Center and Bowling Green Facility and Associated Costs.  (Pg 85) The Council authorized the City Manager to modify the existing janitorial service agreement to include the John D. Spreckels Center and Bowling Green facility at a cost of $55,800.

g.         Authorize the Public Services and Engineering Department to Issue a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for As-Needed Civil Engineering Services.  (Pg 87) The Council authorized the Public Services and Engineering Department to initiate a Request for Qualifications process for the selection of on-call professional civil engineering services.

h.         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 March 31, 2017.  (Pg 89) The Council examined the quarterly Reports on Investments and ordered them filed.

i.          Accept the Recommendation of the Coronado Transportation Commission Regarding Placement of School Signs in the Areas Surrounding Coronado Elementary, Middle, and High Schools.  (Pg 109) The Council accepted the recommendation of the Coronado Transportation Commission that several signs be removed, relocated, or added.

j.          Approve the Renewal of the Coronado Commuter Ferry Contract for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 for $162,200.  (Pg 131) Approved.

k.         Approval of a Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado Authorizing the Receipt and Appropriation of $25,317 in Funds Provided by the Fiscal Year 2016 State Homeland Security Program (SHSP) through the County of San Diego to Purchase Digital Portable Radios.  (Pg 153) Approved.

l.          Accept a $60,000 Grant from the Unified Port of San Diego for Expenses Associated with Snow Mountain, Movies On The Bay, and the July 4, 2017, Celebration and Disbursement of $25,000 to the Coronado Fourth of July Committee.  (Pg 157) Approved.

m.        Accept a $2,400 Donation from the Paul and Lea Levine Foundation for the Animal Care Facility and Related Animal Services Needs.  (Pg 159) The Council accepted the donation of $2,400.

n.         Adoption of a Resolution Authorizing a Contribution of $950,000 to the Public Agencies Post Retirement (PARS) Post-Employment Plan Trust to be Used to Prefund Pension Obligations.  (Pg 163) The Council adopted the resolution.

o.         Second Reading and Adoption of “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California Amending Chapter 56.08 of the Coronado Municipal Code by Amending Section 56.08.060 to Include Thirty-Eight Provisions of the California Vehicle Code that Apply to Bicyclists and by Adding Section 56.08.090 to Authorize the Establishment of New Fines for Vehicle Code and City Ordinance Infractions Committed by Bicyclists.”  (Pg 167) The Council adopted the ordinance to include 38 provisions of the California Vehicle Code that apply to bicyclists and that adds a section authorizing the establishment of new fines for vehicle code and city ordinance infractions committed by bicyclists, which will be effective January 2018.

p.         Approve a Special Request for Placement of a Plaque in Recognition of Mayor R.H. Dorman for his Service and Contribution to the City of Coronado.  (Pg 175) The Council authorized staff to proceed in the development and installation of a ground plaque under a tree previously donated in recognition of Mayor R.H. Dorman at the Library.

 

  8.       PUBLIC HEARINGS:

a.         Public Hearing:  Proposition 218 Protest Hearing for Adoption of a Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado Adopting Proposed Residential Rate Adjustments for Solid Waste and Recycling.  (Pg 185) The Council held the Proposition 218 protest hearing and adopted the resolution, approving the rates.

 

10.       CITY COUNCIL:

b.         Approve Resolutions (1) Adopting the City of Coronado Annual Budget for FY 2017-18; (2) Setting the Annual Appropriations (Gann) Limit; and (3) Approving the Policy on Fund Balance and the Size and Use of Reserves.  (Pg 203) The Council approved the following resolutions: (A) “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado Adopting the Financial Plan and Budget for the Fiscal Year 2017-18, Fixing and Declaring the Budget for the Various Departments and for Capital Improvement Projects, and Appropriating Money from the Treasury for Such Purposes”; (B) “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado Approving and Adopting the Annual Appropriations Limit for Fiscal Year 2017-18”; and (C) “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado Approving the Policy on Fund Balance and the Size and Use of Reserves.”

c.         Adoption of a Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado Amending its Personnel Authorization and Compensation Plan for FY 2017-18 to Provide a Previously Negotiated 2% Increase for all Labor Groups; a 2% Increase for Self-Represented and Executive Management; a 3.22% Increase in Cafeteria Benefits for all Labor Groups, Self-Represented Employees, and Executive Management; and Authorizing the Execution of Side Letter Agreements which Amend the Memoranda of Understanding with the Coronado Firefighters’ Association and the Coronado Police Officers’ Association  (Pg 221) The Council adopted the resolution.

d.         Consideration of Appointment to Fill One Vacancy on the Parks and Recreation Commission.  (Pg 225) The Council appointed Alison Lancaster to serve the remainder of a term to expire January 31, 2019.

e. Consideration of Appointment to Fill One Vacancy on the Transportation Commission.  (Pg 239) The Council continued this item to a future agenda due to a lack of applicants.

f.          Adoption of a Resolution to Prohibit Trucks/Buses from Turning from Fourth Street onto A, C, and Pomona Avenues Coincident with Caltrans’ Overall Approval of Bulb-outs at these Locations.  (Pg 247) The Council adopted the resolution, including restrictions on turns from oversized trucks and buses on B Avenue and Glorietta Boulevard.

g.         Approve the Recommendation of the Cultural Arts Commission to Direct the City Manager to Issue a Request for Proposals for a Consultant to Conduct a Strategic Cultural Arts Planning Process for the City of Coronado.  (Pg 267) The Council authorized the City Manager to issue a Request for Proposals for Strategic Cultural Arts Planning.

h.         Accept the Recommendation of the Cultural Arts Commission to Approve the “Art Outside The Box” Project Installation for Artwork Wrapped Caltrans Boxes on Orange Avenue and State Route 75; Direct the City Manager to Sign a Caltrans Encroachment Permit and Approve a Maintenance Agreement with Caltrans to Maintain all Art Wrapped Utility Boxes.  (Pg 283) The Council continued this item to a future agenda to receive more information.

i.          Affirm the Previous Approval of Alternative Bid Procedures for Public Works Projects as Authorized in Title 8, Chapter 8.06 of the Coronado Municipal Code.  (Pg 311) The Council affirmed the previous approval of Alternative Bid Procedures for Public Works Projects. Accept or modify guidance on implementation provisions.

 

12.       COMMUNICATIONS - WRITTEN

a.         Receive and File a Copy of Letter Sent to the State Speaker of the Assembly Anthony Rendon in Support of Appointing Imperial Beach Mayor Serge Dedina to Serve on the California Coastal Commission.  (Pg 315) The Council received and filed the letter.

b.         Consideration of Councilmember Sandke’s Request that the City Council Agendize Consideration of an Adjustment in the Monthly Expense Allocation for the Four Council Members from $75.00 to $150.00 to Match the Mayor’s Expense Allocation.  (Pg 319) The Council agreed to place the matter on a future agenda for City Council consideration.

 

Note: Items denoted by an asterisk (*) are related to the Successor Agency to the Community Development Agency of the City of Coronado.

 

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