City Council Meeting

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Monday, May 3, 2010 - 7:30pm

JOINT CITY COUNCIL/BOARD OF DIRECTORS

CITY OF BRISBANE/BRISBANE PUBLIC FINANCE AUTHORITY/

GUADALUPE VALLEY MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT/

REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY/REGULAR MEETING

 AGENDA

MONDAY, MAY 3, 2010

BRISBANE CITY HALL, 50 PARK PLACE, BRISBANE

     I.        7:00 P.M.   CLOSED SESSION (City Hall Conference Room)

               A.  Public Employee Performance Evaluation; City Attorney, pursuant to Government Code Section 54957

    II.        7:30 P.M.   CALL TO ORDER - FLAG SALUTE

  III.        ROLL CALL  

  IV.        ADOPTION OF AGENDA (Deletions, Additions, Changes and Adoption)       

   V.        ORAL COMMUNICATIONS NO. 1

  VI.        CONSENT CALENDAR

               A.  Adopt City Council Minutes of April 19, 2010

               B.   Adopt City Council Minutes of April 26, 2010

               C.  Approve Monthly Investment Report as of March 31, 2010

               D.  Approve Community Park Day Use Permit Application for the use of the Community Park picnic tables and grassy areas for a family picnic on Sunday, June 27, 2010

               E.   Approval of Resolution 2010-14 to provide standby pay for public works maintenance hourly staff of the City of Brisbane

               F.   Approval of Resolutions 2010-15 adding the classification of Public Works maintenance Team Leader to the Class Specification Manual and Resolution No. 2010-16 amending Resolution 2006-38, the Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Brisbane and the Mid Management/Professional Employees Group, adding the Classification of Public Works Maintenance Team Leader

                G.  Authorize the City Manager to execute a Side Letter to Current Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Brisbane and the General Employees Association regarding temporary Assignment Pay

 VII.        NEW BUSINESS

               A.  Consider acceptance of the Brisbane share of $34,400 from the Regional Grant of $390,717.50 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for communications narrow banding upgrade for mobile radios and fire station alerting systems

                     (North County Fire Authority must upgrade the mobile radio and fire station alerting communications systems in order to meet a federal mandate of narrow banding.  The Assistance to Firefighters Grant Funding Program will allow NCFA to complete this at very low cost to each City.)

               B.   Jefferson Union High School District Transportation and Support

                     1.   Consider authorizing the Mayor to execute an agreement with CYO Transportation Services (CYO) for school bus transportation services

                     2.   Consider authorizing the Mayor to execute an agreement with the Jefferson Union High School District concerning student transportation by the City of Brisbane specifically to clarify the City’s and the Jefferson Union High School District’s relative responsibilities for transporting disabled students

                     3.   Consider authorizing the Mayor to execute a funding agreement with the Jefferson Union High School District Agreement for the extended library hours

                     (The approval of the three items above will provide for the continuation of bus service for Brisbane’s high school students who attend Terra Nova and Oceana High School as well as late bus service and  afterschool library availability for those who participate in afterschool activities.)

               C.  Consider adoption of Interim Urgency Ordinance No. 542, an ordinance of the City of Brisbane, imposing a moratorium upon the establishment or operation of medical marijuana collectives

                     (The purpose of this urgency ordinance is to impose a temporary moratorium on the establishment of any medical marijuana collective in the City in order to provide time for the City to study these operations and determine the manner in which they should be regulated.)

               D.  Consider authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract with Cohen Ventures, Inc. dba Energy Solutions to perform renewable energy analysis for the Baylands

                     (This would engage a qualified energy consultant to assist in refining the Renewable Energy Land Use Alternative for the Baylands to be studied in the forthcoming environmental impact report (EIR).  This would allow the City to present this alternative to PG&E for a feasibility assessment.  A follow-up task would be for the consultant to consider the Renewable Energy Alternative, feedback received from PG&E and the developer’s renewable energy strategy and offer recommendations to the City on how to further approach the issue of renewable energy on the Baylands.)

               E.   Consider adoption of Resolution No. 2010-21 amending the Bylaws of the Open Space and Ecology Committee to allow for seven members and clarify the terms of the additional members

                     (At their April 26, 2010 meeting, the City Council interviewed five candidates for two open seats on the Open Space and Ecology Committee.  At the conclusion of the interviews, the Council decided to appoint four of the applicants and expand the number of seats on the Committee from five to seven.  This action would revise the by-laws to reflect that change.)

 VIII.        STAFF REPORTS

               A.  City Manager’s Report on upcoming activities

  IX.        MAYOR/COUNCIL MATTERS

A.     Subcommittee Report

               B.   Consider creating an Economic Development Subcommittee

               C.  Consider setting Tuesday, May 18, 2010 for a City Council meeting to hear Universal Paragon Corporation's (UPC) updated project description

   X.        ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

  XI.        CLOSED SESSION

               A.  Conference with legal counsel regarding one case of potential litigation pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9

               B.   Conference with Real Estate Negotiator regarding 55 Lassen St. APN 007-313-110, pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.8

 XII.        ADJOURNMENT

TO ADDRESS THE COUNCIL

When an item you're concerned with appears on the agenda, you may address the Council at that time.  Otherwise, you may address the Council under Oral Communications.  Please fill in a "Notice of Request to Address Brisbane City Council" and give to the City Clerk so that your name can be accurately included in the minutes. When recognized, please come up to the microphone, and begin by stating your name and address.  Conciseness is appreciated.  Any attendee who wishes accommodation for a disability should contact Sheri Spediacci,  City Clerk at 508-2113

Minutes: