City Council Meeting

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Monday, August 19, 2013 - 6:30pm


CITY OF BRISBANE CITY COUNCIL

MEETING AGENDA

MONDAY, AUGUST 19, 2013

BRISBANE CITY HALL, 50 PARK PLACE, BRISBANE

 

I. 6:30 P.M. CLOSED SESSION

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

B. Conference with labor negotiators; All Bargaining Units, pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6

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. PRESENTATION

A. Mosquito Abatement District Update

B. Response to Grand Jury

VII. CONSENT CALENDAR

A. Approve City Council Minutes of June 3, 2013

B. Approve City Council Minutes of June 10, 2013

VIII. OLD BUSINESS

A. Consider approval of overall interim roof repair and mold remediation project at the Brisbane Fire Station and approve a supplemental appropriation request for $76,000 for the repair

(This item was originally received by the Council at its 7/29/13 meeting, and was re-agendized to the 8/19/13 meeting for further consideration.)

B. Consider requests to extend the Baylands DEIR comments deadline

(Two written requests to extend the comment deadline have been submitted for the City Council’s consideration. The Open Space and Ecology Committee has requested that the deadline be extended an additional 115 days to January 31, 2014 and the Citizens Committee to Review the DEIR has requested a 45-day extension to November 22, 2013. Additionally, Mountain Watch has requested an unspecified time-extension as well.)

C. Receive Report on Status of Brisbane Soil Processing and Recycling Permit

(The subject of the sol stockpiling and recycling operations on the Baylands has been a recurring issue before the City Council in recent months, with specific concerns pertaining to stockpile heights and dust. This item provides a status report on site operations, including historical background information.)

IX. NEW BUSINESS

A. Consider appointing one Councilmember and having the Complete Streets Safety Committee appoint one member to the newly formed Geneva-Harney Bus Rapid Transit Community Advisory Committee

(This item is to obtain Council’s guidance on the selection process to recommend appointment of two citizens to the Committee listed above.)

B. Consider directing staff to complete the process by working with the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) to designate four areas within the City as Priority Conservation Areas (PCA’s), in addition to working with the County, South San Francisco, Daly City, and Mountain Watch to designate San Bruno Mountain as a PCA

(The properties being considered in this report are the Levinson, Peking Handicraft, and two McKesson Properties.)

C. Consider Feasibility and Market Study for Sierra Point Hotel prepared by RSBA & Associates and give direction to staff

(The City contracted with RSBA this past spring to conduct a study of the site on Sierra Point that has been planned for a hotel up to 700 rooms since the 1970’s. The study findings recommend a smaller 200 room hotel and would not be built until such time as the current office buildings are leased up and the two developments currently approved, but not built, are constructed and filled. The timing of new hotel is therefore many years into the future.)

D. Discuss the next steps in developing and implementing the City’s Economic Development Plan

(Over the past couple of years the City Council Subcommittee, along with representatives of the Chamber of Commerce, has put together a Draft Economic Development Plan for the City. The Council will review and discuss that draft plan and decide on next steps.)

X. STAFF REPORTS

A. City Manager’s Report on upcoming activities

XI. MAYOR/COUNCIL MATTERS

A. County-wide Assignments/Subcommittee Reports
-CCAG Update

B. Communications

C. League of California Cities Annual Conference Resolutions Packet

D. Resilient Communities for America Agreement

XII. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS 2

XIII. ADJOURNMENT

 


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