Council Actions Nov. 5, 2019

Council Actions Nov. 5, 2019

City Council Actions from November 5, 2019

 

5.         CONSENT CALENDAR

a.         Approval of Reading by Title and Waiver of Reading in Full of Ordinances on this Agenda.  (Pg 1) Approved.

*b.          Review and Approve that the Warrants, as Certified by the City/Agency Treasurer, are all Correct, Just, and Conform to the Approved Budget for FY 2019-2020.  (Pg 3) Approved.

c.         Approval of Holiday Time Off for Employees During December 2019 Consistent with Prior Years. (Pg 45) The Council authorized an additional eight hours leave to City employees in conjunction with the Christmas or New Year’s holiday as in past years.

d.         Adoption of a Resolution Redesignating the Intersection of Palm Avenue at D Avenue as Stop Controlled. (Pg 47) The Council adopted the resolution designating the yield-controlled intersection of Palm Avenue at D Avenue as stop controlled.

e.         Approval of a Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado Authorizing the Receipt and Appropriation of $10,000 in Expenditures for the 2019 Operation Stonegarden Grant Program Through the County of San Diego. (Pg 59) The Council approved the resolution approving the receipt and appropriation of $10,000 in Expenditures for the 2019 Operation Stonegarden Grant Program through the County of San Diego.

**f.      Authorize the City Manager to Issue a Request for Proposals for State Lobbyist Services. (Pg 63) The Council authorized the City Manager, or his designee, to issue a Request for Proposals for the selection of a firm to provide state lobbying and legislative services for the City of Coronado, and appointed Councilman Bill Sandke and Marvin Heinze to assist with the selection.

g. Acceptance of the Country Club/Parker Basin Area Storm Line Infiltration Project and Direction to the City Clerk to File a Notice of Completion. (Pg 71) The Council accepted the Country Club/Parker Basin Area Storm Line Infiltration project and directed the City Clerk to file a Notice of Completion.

h.         Approve the Recommendation of the Cultural Arts Commission for New Designs for Holiday Banners. (Pg 73) The Council approved the new holiday banner designs for installation on the Orange Avenue median from First Street through Avenida de las Arenas from late November through early January 2020.

i.          Authorization for the City Manager to Execute a Side Letter Agreement with the Coronado Police Officers’ Association (CPOA) to Establish a Special Rate of Pay for Standby Duty and to Amend the Performance Evaluation Process. (Pg 77) The Council authorized the City Manager to execute the side letter agreement with the Coronado Police Officers’ Association (CPOA) establishing special compensation for certain members of the Police Officer, Police Corporal, and Police Sergeants Officer classification series when assigned to standby duty and to amend the performance evaluation process.

j.          Authorize the City Manager to Issue a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for As-Needed Construction Management Services. (Pg 83) The Council authorized the City Manager to direct the Public Services and Engineering (PSE) Department to initiate a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) process for the selection of one or more professional services firms for as-needed construction management and support services.

**k.     Second Reading and Adoption of “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Amending Portions of the Coronado Municipal Code to Prohibit Portable Gasoline Engine Powered Leaf Blowers and to Regulate the Time of Use of Leaf Blowers.” (Pg 85) The Council adopted an ordinance amending Title 36 of the Coronado Municipal Code to add Chapter 36.24 to regulate the use of leaf blowers, directed that the implementation be delayed until January 1, 2021, and added the words “negatively affects air quality” to the ordinance. The paragraph now reads: “Whereas, portable gasoline engine leaf powered blowers emit carbon dioxide which negatively affects air quality and is a known greenhouse gas that contributes to climate change.

**l.      Approval of Request from the Coronado Chamber of Commerce to Allow for Free Parking in All Commercial Zones from Monday, December 2, 2019, through Wednesday, December 25, 2019. (Pg 91) The Council approved the Coronado Chamber of Commerce request for free two-hour parking in all commercial zones for the holiday period from Friday, November 29, through Wednesday, December 25, 2019.

**m.    Authorize the City Manager to Enter into Negotiations with Coronado Beach Resort and Other Interested Private Parties in the Vicinity of Adella Avenue and Ynez Place to Reach an Agreement for Undergrounding Overhead Utilities, An Agreement That Would Be Outside the Terms of the Approved Utilities Undergrounding Master Plan. (Pg 95) The Council authorized the City Manager to enter into negotiations with authorized representatives of Coronado Beach Resort and other property owners on the southwest end of Adella Avenue and on Ynez Place for the purpose of reaching a cost-sharing agreement with the City to underground the overhead utilities in that area.

n.         Adopt a Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado Approving a Master Agreement for Federal-Aid Local Transportation Projects Between the City of Coronado and the State of California, Acting Through its Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and Authorize the Execution of Documents. (Pg 101) The Council adopted the resolution approving a master agreement for federal-aid local transportation projects between the City of Coronado and the State of California acting through its Department of Transportation and authorizing the execution of documents.

 

 8.        PUBLIC HEARINGS

a.         Public Hearing: Consideration of Environmental Initial Study and Request for Authorization to Proceed with Preparing a Mitigated Negative Declaration for the Coronado Golf Course Modernization Project. (Pg 107) The Council authorized staff to prepare a Mitigated Negative Declaration in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act.  

 

10.       CITY COUNCIL:

b.         Receive the Interim Financial Report for Year Ending June 30, 2019; Direct the Assignment of $2,054,647 in Excess General Fund Revenues Over Expenditures from Fiscal Year 2018-19; and Defer Direction Pursuant to City Council Policy Number 21 Until Fiscal Year 2019-20 Mid-Year Budget Review in Accordance with City Council Policy Number 21. (Pg 143) The Council received the interim financial report for year ending June 30, 2019; directed the assignment of $2,054,647 in excess General Fund revenues over expenditures from Fiscal Year 2018-19; and deferred direction pursuant to City Council Policy No. 21 until Fiscal Year 2019-20 mid-year budget review in accordance with City Council Policy No. 21.

c.         Recommend Installation of Centerline Stripe and Turn Arc and An In-Street Pedestrian Crossing Warning Sign as the Improvements Developed as Part of the Five Points Intersection Improvement Project. (Pg 153) The Council approved the installation of a centerline stripe and turn arc along the northbound path of travel to Pomona Avenue as well as an in-street pedestrian crossing warning sign within the crosswalk of the north leg of Pomona Avenue, and a pedestrian refuge island. The Council asked that volume counts be performed before and after the installation of these improvements to determine any changes to traffic patterns. The Council authorized hiring a consultant to analyze traffic calming improvements that may be installed along or near the north end of the intersection of Pomona Avenue and Glorietta Boulevard.

d.         Receive the Dog Park Site Selection and Design Amenities Criteria and Take No Further Action. (Pg 169) The Council received the results of the dog park Site Selection and Design Amenities criteria, established the criteria as a means for the City to evaluate any potential future dog park site(s), and took no further action.

e.         Award a Contract to American Asphalt South, Inc. in the Base Bid Amount of $581,645 for the Street Preventive Maintenance Fiscal Year 2018/19 and Fiscal Year 2019/20 Project; Consider Including Additive Bid Items to the Scope of Work for Tenth Street Bicycle lanes, C Avenue Safe Route to School Connection, and A Avenue Walking Improvements; Authorize a Work Order to Kleinfelder in an Amount Not to Exceed $30,000 for Construction Inspection/Testing Services; and Appropriate an Additional $196,170 for the Base Bid of this Project and Up to an Additional $7,4000 for All Additive Bid Items. (Pg 179) The Council awarded the base bid contract to American Asphalt South, Inc. in the amount of $581,645 for the Street Preventive Maintenance FY 18/19 and FY 19/20 project; authorized a work order to Kleinfelder in an amount not to exceed $30,000 for construction inspection/testing services; and appropriated an additional $196,170 for the base bid contract to implement the following elements of the Active Transportation Plan:

  1. Tenth Street Bicycle Lane improvements to include the installation of “sharrows” along Tenth Street between Orange Avenue and C Avenue as well as between Adella Avenue and Glorietta Boulevard in addition to the installation of Class II bike lanes between C Avenue and Adella Avenue.
  2. C Avenue Safe Route to School Connection that installs bicycle “sharrows” on C Avenue between Sixth Street and Tenth Street for a bid amount of $1,300.
  3. A Avenue Walking Improvements that include two marked crosswalks across A Avenue at Second Street for a bid amount of $1,800.


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 or was adopted as part of the Consent Calendar.

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Posted on 11/06/2019
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