City Council Meeting

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Monday, April 1, 2013 - 7:30pm
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CITY OF BRISBANE CITY COUNCIL 

MEETING AGENDA

MONDAY, APRIL 1, 2013

BRISBANE CITY HALL, 50 PARK PLACE, BRISBANE

 

I. 7:30 P.M. CALL TO ORDER – FLAG SALUTE   

II. ROLL CALL

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

IV. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS NO. 1

V. CONSENT CALENDAR

           A. Approve City Council Minutes of March 18, 2013

           B. Approve Monthly Investment Report as of December 31, 2013

VI. OLD BUSINESS

           A. Consider Letter from the Mayor to the County Board of Supervisors regarding Measure A Spending Proposal

(Mayor Pro Tem Conway attended the first of two Measure A Board Workshops on January 15, 2013. He emphasized the need for Measure A funds to be allocated towards Affordable Housing, as the need for such has become great with the official dissolution of redevelopment agencies on February 1, 2012.)

VII. NEW BUSINESS

           A. Receive report on annual Fuel Reduction Fire Break and Weed Abatement Program

(North County Fire Authority, in cooperation with other agencies and the City of Brisbane conduct three major annual activities to prevent the potential for serious brush fires in Brisbane. These programs are the Vegetation/Weed Abatement Management Program, the Fire Break and Wildfire Reduction Project, and the Community Wildfire Awareness Event.)

            B. Consider directing Open Space and Ecology Committee (OSEC) to continue the process of vetting a polystyrene container ban

(Council will hear about the idea of adopting an ordinance which would prohibit restaurants and other food establishments from using polystyrene based disposable food service ware and would promote the use of compostable products. The OSEC would like make contact with the business community about this proposal and is seeking input from the City Council before making any contact.)

        C. Consider authorizing the City Manager to sign a proposal prepared by RSBA & Associates to conduct a Hotel Feasibility Study for Sierra Point

(This proposal is to conduct a feasibility assessment for a full service hotel on Sierra Point. The assessment would address a variety of economic conditions that exist and are planned for the area and will provide a suite of recommendations for consideration by the City and the landowner, Universal Paragon Corporation (UPC). The cost of the proposal would be reimbursed to the City from UPC.)

VIII. STAFF REPORTS

        A. City Manager’s Report on upcoming activities

IX. MAYOR/COUNCIL MATTERS

        A. Subcommittee Report 

        B. Communications

             - Letter from Senator Alex Padilla regarding SB 135

                Statewide Earthquake Early Warning System

             - Letter from ABAG & MTC regarding Plan Bay Area

             - Letter from Jobs for Youth

             - Letter from San Mateo County Mayors’ Committee for Employment of People with Disabilities

             - Letter about enforceable mechanisms for new development

             - Letter from Mayor Bloomberg regarding illegal guns

             - E-Mail regarding Pool Fees

X. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS 2

XI. 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