Council Actions on October 17, 2017

Council Actions October 17, 2017

City Council Actions from October 17, 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 Budgets for FY 2017-2018.  (Pg 7) Approved.

c.         Authorize the City Manager to Approve Change Orders for Unanticipated Construction Changes Related to the Spreckels Park Restroom Project and Appropriate $93,000 in the Capital Projects Fund.  (Pg 55) The Council approved the change orders for unanticipated construction changes related to the Spreckels Park Restroom project in an amount not to exceed $93,000 and appropriated $93,000 for these change orders.

**d.     Appropriation of an Additional $100,000 for the Bridging Document Research and Preparation in Support of the Coronado Recycled Water/Maintenance Facility Design-Build Project.  (Pg 57) The Council agreed to appropriate an additional $100,000 from the Wastewater Enterprise Fund toward the initial research and preparation of the bridging document in advance of the solicitation for the Coronado Recycled Water/Maintenance Facility design-build project.

e.         Authorize the City Manager to Enter into a Contract with the Coronado Senior Association to Provide Contracted Services to the 50-Plus Community at The John D. Spreckels Center and Bowling Green in an Amount Not to Exceed $34,200.  (Pg 59) The Council authorized the City Manager to enter into a contract with the Coronado Senior Association in an amount not to exceed $34,200.

f.          Authorize the City Manager to 1) Execute a Purchase Agreement with Watson Furniture Group in an Amount Not to Exceed $60,000 for the Replacement of Existing Dispatch Furniture and Addition of Furniture for a Third Workstation in the Police Dispatch Center; 2) Execute a Purchase Agreement with AT&T in an Amount Not to Exceed $30,000 for the Purchase of an Additional 9-1-1 Phone System for the Third Dispatch Workstation; and 3) Appropriate $30,000 in Treasury Forfeiture Funds.  (Pg 73) The Council authorized the City Manager to 1) execute a purchase agreement with Watson Furniture Group in an amount not to exceed $60,000 for the replacement of existing dispatch furniture and addition of furniture for a third workstation in the police dispatch center; 2) execute a purchase agreement with AT&T in an amount not to exceed $30,000 for the purchase of an additional 9-1-1 phone system for the third dispatch workstation; and 3) appropriate $30,000 in Treasury forfeiture funds. 

g.         Authorize the City Manager to Execute Purchase Agreements for Information Technology Software and Equipment Purchases in FY 2017-18 in Amounts Not to Exceed $200,000 with CDWG and $120,000 with Dell Through Cooperative Purchasing Programs.  (Pg 75) The Council authorized the City Manager to execute purchase agreements with CDWG in an amount up to $200,000 and with Dell in an amount up to $120,000 through various cooperative purchasing programs.

h.         Adoption of a Resolution Approving a One-Lot Final Subdivision Map to Allow for Condominium Ownership of Five Residential Units for the Property Addressed as 1014 Fifth Street in the R-4/OACSP (Multiple Family Residential/Orange Avenue Corridor Specific Plan) Zone (PC 2016-08).  (Pg 77) The Council adopted the resolution.

i.          Second Reading and Adoption of “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Amending Chapter 2.03 of Title 2 of the Coronado Municipal Code Regarding the Mayor’s Monthly Expense Allowance.”  (Pg 93) The Council adopted the ordinance to increase the allowance to $225 per month.

j.          Second Reading and Adoption of “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado Amending the Coronado Municipal Code by Amending Chapter 36.20 ‘Medical Marijuana Prohibited Activities’ and by Adding Chapter 86.80 ‘Prohibition of Commercial Marijuana Activity Uses’ to Expressly Prohibit the Establishment and Operation of all Commercial Marijuana Activities, Including Marijuana Cultivation, Processing, Delivery, and Dispensary Activities, in the City of Coronado.”  (Pg 97) The Council adopted the ordinance amending Chapter 36.20 ‘Medical Marijuana Prohibited Activities’ and by adding Chapter 86.80 ‘Prohibition of Commercial Marijuana Activity Uses’ to expressly prohibit the establishment and operation of all commercial marijuana activities, including marijuana cultivation, processing, delivery, and dispensary activities in the City of Coronado.

**k.     Authorize Free Limited Time Parking in all Commercial Zones from Monday, December 4, 2017, Through Monday, December 25, 2017.  (Pg 111) The Council authorized free limited time parking in December.

 

10.       CITY COUNCIL:

b.         Receive the Interim Financial Report for Year Ending June 30, 2017, and Direct the Assignment of $1,698,924 in Excess General Fund Revenues over Expenditures from Fiscal Year 2016-17, and Defer Direction Pursuant to City Council Policy Number 21 until Fiscal Year 2017-18 Mid-Year Budget Review.  (Pg 117) The Council received the interim financial report for the year ending June 30, 2017, and approved the assignment of the excess of $1,698,924 in the General Fund as follows: 1) $1,000,000 to be retained in the General Fund Balance and; 2) $698,924 to be available for appropriation in the Fiscal Year 2017-18 mid-year budget cycle in accordance with City Council Policy 21.

c.         Authorize the City Manager to Issue a Request for Proposals for the Coronado Municipal Golf Course Food and Beverage Concession.  (Pg 127) The Council authorized the City Manager to issue the Request for Proposals.

d.         Consideration of Appointment to Fill One Vacancy on the Cultural Arts Commission.  (Pg 151) The Council appointed Mariah Gillespie to serve out the remainder of the current term, which expires December 31, 2019.

e.         Review and Approval of the Major Special Event Requests for the Year 2018 and Adoption of a Resolution Approving Those 2018 Major Special Events in Excess of Eight.  (Pg 163) The Council approved five traditional events and seven non-traditional, previously approved events with the understanding that for the Fourth of July event no location has yet been determined for the fireworks show and that a proposed beer garden associated with the Fourth of July run will not be permitted; rejected a request for the San Diego Padres Pedal the Cause event; approved a new request from Steve Johnson as a placeholder to hold “92118 Day” on South Beach on Friday, September 21, 2018, without a commitment at this time with regard to the approval of a City grant or co-sponsorship of the event; adopted a “Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California Approving those Major Special Events for Calendar Year 2018 in Excess of Eight Events; directed that all events reimburse the City for services and personnel costs, except for the Flower Show, Motorcars on MainStreet, Concerts in the Park, Fourth of July Celebration, and the Holiday Parade and Open House; and directed that all major special event organizers implement recycling as part of their support for the event. The approved Major Special Events are:

Five traditional events: 

  • Fourth of July Celebration (Wednesday, July 4) as proposed by the 4th of July Committee.
  • The combined Flower Show and Library Book Sale (Saturday and Sunday, April 21 and 22) including the Floral Association’s request to have a separate beer garden tent 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.
  • Motorcars on MainStreet (Sunday, April 29).
  • Coronado Promenade Concerts in Spreckels Park (Sundays, from May 27 through September 2).
  • Chamber of Commerce Holiday Open House (Friday, December 7).

Seven non-traditional events, which have been approved previously:

  • KOZ Events request to hold the Valentine’s Day 10K (Sunday, February 11).
  • Naval Special Warfare Superfrog/SuperSEAL request to hold the SuperSEAL Triathlon (Sunday, March 18).
  • Naval Special Warfare Superfrog/SuperSEAL request to hold the Superfrog Triathlon (Sunday, September 16).
  • The request of MWR Naval Base Coronado to hold the Over the Bridge Run/Walk (Sunday, May 20).
  • San Diego Bicycle Coalition request to hold the Bike the Bay (Sunday, August 26).
  • Coronado Historical Association request to hold the Coronado Art Walk at the Ferry Landing (Saturday and Sunday, October 20 and 21).
  • KOZ Events request to hold the Silver Strand Half Marathon (Sunday, November 11).

 

12.       COMMUNICATIONS - WRITTEN

a.         Consideration of Councilmember Donovan’s Request to Agendize Reconsideration of Placing Councilmember Salary Adjustments on Ballot.  (Pg 187) The Council agreed to place the matter on an upcoming ballot/considered the matter but took no action.

b.         Consideration of Mayor Bailey’s and Councilmember Donovan’s Request to Agendize a Review of the Municipal Code Related to the Historic Designation Process.  (Pg 191) The Council agreed to place the item on a future agenda.

c.         Consideration of Mayor Bailey’s Request to Agendize Discussion of a Six-Month Trial Period for Suspending the City’s Dog Leash Requirements and Allowing Dogs at Select Parks in Town.  (Pg 195) The Council agreed to place the matter on a future agenda.

 

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.

 

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Posted on 10/18/2017
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