Council Actions September 19, 2017

Council Actions September 19, 2017

City Council Actions from September 19, 2017

 

 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 Budgets for FY 2016-2017 and FY 2017-2018.  (Pg 11) Approved.

c.         Accept the Public Services Offices Carpet Replacement and Conversion of Two Office Spaces Project and Direct the City Clerk to File a Notice of Completion.  (Pg 57) The Council accepted the project and directed the City Clerk to file a Notice of Completion.

d.         Award of Contract to American Asphalt South, Inc. in the Amount of $254,700 for Street Preventive Maintenance FY 17/18 (Slurry Sealing) in the Coronado Cays.  (Pg 59) The Council awarded the contract.

e.         Authorize the City Manager to Enter into a Professional Engineering Design Services Contract with Psomas for a Fee of $49,970 for the Intersection Improvements at Five Points Project.  (Pg 61) The Council authorized the City Manager to execute the agreement with Psomas that will provide three conceptual design alternatives, only one of which would be a potential roundabout, for intersection improvements on the Five Points Project. The Council agreed to include an optional task of the contractor to attend  a community meeting, present the design alternatives and receive public feedback for an additional $3,675.

f.          Authorization to Advertise the Sunset Park Improvements Project for Bid.  (Pg 67) The Council authorized staff to advertise the Sunset Park Improvements project for bid.

g.         Authorization to Advertise the Cays Causeways Seawall Repairs Project for Bid.  (Pg 69) The Council authorized staff to advertise the Cays Causeways Seawall Repairs project for bid.

h.         Authorize the City Manager to Extend the Professional Services Contract with LaRoc Environmental to Provide Storm Water and Wastewater Permit Compliance Support and to Approve Task Orders in an Amount Not to Exceed $153,370 for Program Management Support Activities.  (Pg 71) The Council authorized the City Manager to extend the professional services contract for LaRoc Environmental and approve task orders in an amount not to exceed $153,370.

i. Authorize the City Manager to Execute a Cooperative Purchase Agreement with Pierce Manufacturing for an Amount Not to Exceed $1,498,335 for a 2018 Pierce Arrow Ladder Fire Truck and Adjust the Fiscal Year 2017/18 Appropriations Budget by $1,498,335 in the Vehicle and Equipment Replacement Fund; and Upon Delivery and Acceptance of the Ladder Truck, Surplus the Current Crimson-Spartan Tiller Truck.  (Pg 75) The Council authorized the City Manager to execute the purchase agreement with Pierce Manufacturing for the purchase and outfitting of the new apparatus; and to make surplus via auction, transfer or disposal, of the existing ladder Crimson-Spartan ladder truck.

j.          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 $34,220.  (Pg 79) The item was removed from the agenda.

k.         Request for Temporary Closure of Portions of Sixth Street, Seventh Street, D Avenue, and Palm Avenue for the Annual Coronado Public Safety Open House on Sunday, October 8, 2017, from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.  (Pg 81) The Council approved the temporary street closure.

 

 8.        PUBLIC HEARINGS:

a.         Public Hearing (Continued): Appeal of the Outcome of a Public Hearing of the Historic Resource Commission on August 2, 2017, that the Residence Located at 1034 Encino Row was not Designated as a Historic Resource in Accordance with Chapter 84.20 of the Coronado Municipal Code (NOI 2017-13).  (Pg 85) The Council upheld the outcome of the public hearing of the Historic Resource Commission that 1034 Encino Row was not designated a Historic Resource.

b.         Public Hearing:  Introduction of “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California Adding Sections 86.04.050 and 86.56.105 and Amending Sections 86.04.160, 86.04.280, 86.56.100.H, and 86.58.020.C of the Coronado Municipal Code to Provide for Regulations Concerning Accessory Dwelling Units in Residential Zones.”  (Pg 203) The Council introduced the ordinance as recommended by staff and the Planning Commission except for section 86.56.105 subsections: (C) related to the prohibition on Third and Fourth streets east of Orange Avenue, as well as the 300 block of A, B, and C Avenues; (D) related to covenant requirements; and (F) related to separate utility connection.

c.         Public Hearing:  Introduction of “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Amending Portions of the Coronado Municipal Code to Clarify Previously Adopted Residential Development Standards as Part of the Residential Standards Improvement Program (RSIP-3).  Said Amendments Include the Following:  the Definition of a Panhandle Lot; the Height Measurement of Fences, Walls or Hedges; the Location of Mechanical Equipment; and the Undergrounding of Utilities.” (PC 2017-09 City of Coronado)  (Pg 279) The Council introduced the ordinance, amending portions of the Coronado Municipal Code to clarify previously adopted residential development standards as part of the Residential Standards Improvement Program-3. Said amendments include the following:  the definition of a panhandle lot; the height measurement of fences, walls or hedges; the location of mechanical equipment; and the undergrounding of utilities.”

 

10.       CITY COUNCIL:

b.         Direct the Following Actions with Regard to Tijuana River and Coastal Pollution Issues: (1) Reaffirm and Act Upon the City’s Legislative Guidelines Supporting Federal and State Remediation of Tijuana River Valley Pollution Prevention; (2) Solicit Proposals for Consultant(s) to Promote the City’s Legislative Guidelines in Congress and Federal Agencies; and (3) Approve a Reimbursement Agreement with the City of Imperial Beach, for an Amount Not to Exceed $50,000, to Effect Changes to the International Boundary and Water Commissioned-Owned South Bay International Wastewater Treatment Plant.  (Pg 295) The Council directed that the actions with regard to Tijuana River and coastal pollution issues be implemented by City staff.

c.         Provide Direction on Questions to Include in the Scientifically Valid Citizen Survey the Council Would Like to Conduct in 2017.  (Pg 305) The Council continued the item to a future meeting. 

d.         Authorize the City Manager to Execute the Third Amendment to the Agreement for City Attorney Services.  (Pg 317) The Council continued the item to a future meeting.

e.         Discuss and Consider Introduction of an Ordinance Amending Section 2.02.030(B) Related to Monthly Expense Allowance for Councilmembers.  (Pg 321) The Council introduced an ordinance increasing the monthly expense allowance by $75 for the Councilmembers. Council also directed staff to return at a future meeting with a proposed ordinance for a $75 increase for the Mayor.

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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