Council Actions Oct. 20, 2020

Council Actions Oct. 20, 2020

City Council Actions from Oct. 20, 2020

 

5.         CONSENT CALENDAR: 

a.         Approval of Reading by Title and Waiver of Reading in Full of Ordinances on this Agenda.  (Pg 11) 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 2020-2021.  (Pg 13) Approved.

c.         Accept a Donation of $3,500 from the Teresa M. Vander Velde Trust to Support Library Services.  (Pg 35) The Council accepted the unrestricted donation of $3,500 from the Teresa M. Vander Velde Trust to support Coronado Public Library services.

d.         Second Reading and Adoption of “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Adding Subsection 86.02.190 to the Coronado Municipal Code Related to Decision Hierarchy for Development Projects with Multiple Permits.”  (Pg 37) The Council conducted the second reading and adopted “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Adding Subsection 86.02.190 to the Coronado Municipal Code Related to Decision Hierarchy for Development Projects with Multiple Permits.”

 

8.         PUBLIC HEARINGS:

a.         Adopt a Resolution to Uphold the Street Tree Committee’s Denial of a Resident’s Request to Not Remove Two Canary Island Palms Planted in the Public Parkway Fronting 401 First Street in Violation of the Coronado Municipal Code.  (Pg 43) The Council adopted a resolution to uphold the Street Tree Committee’s denial of a property owner’s request to allow the two Canary Island palms fronting his home at 401 First Street to remain planted and uphold the direction to remove the palms at the resident’s expense within a 12-month period of time.

b.         Introduction and First Reading of “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Amending Title 56: Traffic Code of the Coronado Municipal Code Related to Parking Penalties and Parking Enforcement Program;” and Adopt A Resolution Establishing Parking Penalties. (Pg 81) The Council conducted a public hearing and introduced for first reading "An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Amending Title 56: Traffic Code of the Coronado Municipal Code Related to Parking Penalties and Parking Enforcement Program” and adopted Resolution No. 2020-51 establishing parking penalties that set parking citations at $57.50 per citation.

c.         Introduction and First Reading of “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado Chapter 20.30 of Title 20 of the Coronado Municipal Code Related to Special Events Permits and Establishing A Fee for A Special Event Permit.”  (Pg 95) The Council conducted a public hearing and introduced for first reading “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado Amending Chapter 20.30 of Title 20 of the Coronado Municipal Code Related to Special Events Permits and Establishing a Fee for a Special Event Permit,” directed the City Clerk to read the title of the ordinance and publish the ordinance in accordance with the law, and adopted a resolution establishing the corresponding fee for special event permits.

 

10.       CITY COUNCIL:

b.         Consideration of Reappointment of One Incumbent to Serve a Second, Three-Year Term; and Appointment of Three New Members to Each Serve a Three-Year Term on the Street Tree Committee.  (Pg 127) The Council reappointed Commissioner Kevin Crikelair to serve a second, three (3) year term to expire October 31, 2023, and appointed Samantha Bey, Cara O’Callaghan and David Lee Reis from the submitted applications to each serve a three (3) year term to expire October 31, 2023. 

c.         Consider Modifications to the Lifeline Business Loan Program.  (Pg 139) The Council approved Lifeline Business Loan repayment forbearance upon request for up to one year.

**d.     Review and Approval of the Major Special Event Requests for the Year 2021 And Adoption of a Resolution Approving those 2021 Major Special Events in Excess of Eight  (Pg 141) The Council approved six (6) Coronado-centric events;

1.     Fourth of July Celebration as proposed by the 4th of July Committee (Saturday, July 3 Parade/Celebration and Sunday, July 4 Fireworks)

2.     The combined Flower Show and Library Book Sale (Saturday and Sunday, April 17 and 18) including the Floral Association’s request to have a separate beer garden within the confines of the Flower Show; and the Friends of the Library Board request to have a wine and cheese event within the confines of the Book Sale (Friday, April 16).

3.     MotorCars on MainStreet (Sunday, April 25).

4.     Coronado Promenade Concerts in Spreckels Park (Sundays, May 30 through September 5).

5.     Coronado Island Film Festival (Wednesday through Sunday, November 10 through 14).

6.     Chamber of Commerce Holiday Parade and Open House (Friday, December 3);

approved four (4) non-Coronado-centric events which have been previously approved;

1.     Life Sports Foundation request to hold the Valentine’s Day 10K (Sunday, February 14).

2.     MWR Naval Base Coronado request to hold the Over the Bridge Run/Walk (Sunday, May 16).

3.     San Diego Bicycle Coalition request to hold Bike the Bay (Sunday, August 22).

4.     Life Sports Foundation request to hold the Silver Strand Half Marathon (Sunday, November 7);

approved two (2) requests for Coronado-centric moderate special events;

1.     Optimist Sports Fiesta (Saturday, July 24).

2.     Rotary Low Tide Ride and Stride (Sunday, September 12);

adopted “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Approving those Major Special Events for Calendar Year 2021 in Excess of Eight Events”

1.     San Diego Bicycle Coalition request to hold Bike the Bay (Sunday, August 22)

2.     Life Sports Foundation request to hold the Silver Strand Half Marathon (Sunday, November 7);

directed that all events reimburse the City for services and personnel costs except the Flower Show, MotorCars on MainStreet, Concerts in the Park, Fourth of July Celebration, Coronado Island Film Festival, Holiday Parade and Open House, Optimist Sports Fiesta, and Rotary Low Tide Ride and Stride; and directed that all major and moderate special event organizers implement recycling as part of their support of the event.

 

12.       COMMUNICATIONS – WRITTEN

a.         Letter to the Navy Regarding Signalized Intersection at Fourth Street and Alameda Boulevard  (Pg 181) The Council agreed to mail the letter to the Navy.

 

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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