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AGENDA SUMMARY
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 2014
6:00 P.M.
ARROYO GRANDE CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS
215 E. BRANCH STREET, ARROYO GRANDE
 
 
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1.
 CALL TO ORDER:
2.
 ROLL CALL
3.
 FLAG SALUTE:
Mayor Tony Ferrara
4.
 INVOCATION:
Pastor Ron Dee
Harvest Bible Church
5.
AGENDA REVIEW:
5.a. Closed Session Announcements: 
On Tuesday, June 10, 2014, the Council met in Closed Session regarding:

- Conference With Legal Counsel – Anticipated Litigation 
Initiation of litigation pursuant to Government Code §54956.9(d)(4) involving 2 potential cases

The Mayor or City Attorney will announce reportable actions taken, if any. 

5.b.  Move that all ordinances presented for introduction or adoption be read in title only and all further readings be waived
6.
SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS:
None.
7.
 COMMUNITY COMMENTS AND SUGGESTIONS:
This public comment period is an invitation to members of the community to present issues, thought, or suggestions on matters not scheduled on this agenda.  Comments should be limited to those matters that are within the jurisdiction of the City Council.  The Brown Act restricts the Council from taking formal action on maters not published on the agenda.  In response to your comments, the Mayor or presiding Council Member may:
  • Direct City staff to assist or coordinate with you.
  • A Council Member may state a desire to meet with you.
  • It may be the desire of the Council to place your issue or matter on a future Council agenda.
Please adhere to the following procedures when addressing the Council:
  • Comments should be limited to 3 minutes or less.
  • Your comments should be directed to the Council as a whole and not direct to individual Council member
  • Slanderous, profane or personal remarks against any Council Member or member of the audience shall not be permitted.
8.
 CONSENT AGENDA:
The following routine items listed below are scheduled for consideration as a group.  The recommendations for each item are noted.  Any member of the public who wishes to comment on any Consent Agenda item may do so at this time.  Any Council Member may request that any item be withdrawn from the Consent Agenda to permit discussion or change the recommended course of action.  The City Council may approve the remainder of the Consent Agenda on one motion.
 Motion and Vote 
8.a.
Consideration Of Cash Disbursement Ratification
Recommended Action: Ratify the listing of cash disbursements for the period June 1, 2014 through June 15, 2014.
Documents: CC 08.a. Cash Disbursement Ratification.pdf
8.b.
Consideration Of Statement Of Investment Deposits
Recommended Action: Receive and file the report listing the current investment deposits of the City, as of May 31, 2014, as required by Government Code Section 53646(b).
Documents: CC 08.b. Investment Deposits.pdf
8.c.
Consideration Of Approval Of Minutes
Recommended Action: Approve the minutes of the Regular City Council/Successor Agency to the Dissolved Arroyo Grande Redevelopment Agency meeting of June 10, 2014, as submitted.
Documents: CC 08.c. Approval of 06-10-14 CC Minutes.pdf
8.d.
Consideration Of Appointment Of Voting Delegate For The League Of California Cities Annual Conference
Recommended Action: Appoint Mayor Pro Tem Jim Guthrie as the voting delegate for the League of California Cities Annual Conference and City Manager Steve Adams as the alternate.
Documents: CC 08.d. Voting Delegate for LOCC.pdf
8.e.
Consideration Of Listing Agreements For Sale Of Old Ranch Road Properties
Recommended Action: 1) Approve exclusive listing agreements with Lenny Jones of Jones Goodell & Associates to sell two City-owned lots on Old Ranch Road; and 2)  Approve listing prices of $285,000 and $279,000 for the two lots.
Documents: CC 08.e. Agreements for Sale of Old Ranch Road Properties.pdf
8.f.
Consideration Of A Cooperation Agreement Between The County Of San Luis Obispo And The City Of Arroyo Grande For Joint Participation In The Community Development Block Grant Program, The Home Investment Partnerships Program, The Emergency Shelter Grant Program, The American Dream Down Payment Initiative Program, And The Housing Opportunities For Persons With AIDS (HOPWA) Program For Fiscal Years 2015 Through 2017
Recommended Action: Adopt a Resolution approving the Cooperation Agreement.
Documents: CC 08.f. Cooperation Agreement CDBG.pdf
8.g.
Consideration Of An Award Of Contract To Apodaca Paving, Inc. For Construction Of The 2014 Citywide Street Surface Repairs And East Grand Avenue Asphalt Overlay; El Camino Real To US 101, PW 2014-10
Recommended Action: 1) Award a contract for construction to Apodaca Paving, Inc. in the amount of $324,375; 2) Authorize the City Manager to approve change orders for 10% of the contract amount, $32,438, for unanticipated costs during the construction phase of the project; and 3) Direct the City Clerk to file a Notice of Exemption.
Documents: CC 08.g. Award Contract for 2014 Street Surface Repairs.pdf
8.h.
Consideration Of An Award Of Contract To J&P Construction For Construction Of The Hoosegow Park ADA Improvements, PW 2014-02
Recommended Action: 1) Award a contract for construction to J&P Construction in the amount of $54,667; 2) Authorize the City Manager to approve change orders for 10% of the contract amount, $5,467, for unanticipated costs during the construction phase of the project; 3) Appropriate $20,000 from the Park Development Fund for the project; and 3) Direct the City Clerk to file a Notice of Exemption.
Documents: CC 08.h. Award Contract for Hoosegow Park ADA Improvements.pdf
8.i.
Consideration Of Amendments To The Policy Concerning The Naming Of Public Parks And The Renaming Of Hoosegow Park To Howard Mankins Hoosegow Park
Recommended Action: 1) Adopt a Resolution amending the City’s policy on the naming of public parks; and 2) Approve the renaming of Hoosegow Park to Howard Mankins Hoosegow Park.
Documents: CC 08.i. Resolution Amending Policy and Renaming Hoosegow Park.pdf
9.
PUBLIC HEARINGS:
9.a.
 Consideration Of Placing A Proposed City Charter On The Ballot At The November 4, 2014 Election For Consideration By Qualified Voters
Recommended Action: 1) Adopt a Resolution ordering the submission to the qualified voters of the City a measure relating to the adoption of a City Charter at the General Municipal Election to be held on Tuesday, November 4, 2014, as called by Resolution No. 4596; 2) Adopt a Resolution setting priorities for filing a written argument regarding a City measure and directing the City Attorney to prepare an impartial analysis; 3) Adopt a Resolution providing for the filing of rebuttal arguments for City measures submitted at municipal elections; 4) Approve the argument to be submitted in favor of the measure; and 5) Appropriate $5,000 from the General Fund unappropriated fund balance for public education costs.
Documents: CC 09.a. Proposed City Charter on November Ballot.pdf
 Motion and Vote 
 Motion and Vote 
9.b.
 Consideration Of Water Rates For Fiscal Year 2014-15 Through Fiscal Year 2018-19
Recommended Action: 1) Conduct a public hearing to consider protests regarding the proposed water rate adjustments and in the water rate structure as outlined in the 2014 Water and Wastewater Rate Study; and 2) If there is no majority protest, adopt a Resolution establishing new water rates and rate structure effective July 26, 2014 for Fiscal Year 2014-15 through Fiscal Year 2018-19.
Documents: CC 09.b. Water Rate Adjustments FY 2014-15 to FY 2018-19.pdf
 Motion and Vote 
9.c.
 Consideration Of Resolution Adjusting Certain Recreation Fees Set Forth In The Master Fee Schedule
Recommended Action:  Adopt a Resolution adjusting certain Recreation Department operating fees set forth in the Master Fee Schedule.
Documents: CC 09.c. Resolution Adjusting Recreation Fees.pdf
 Motion and Vote 
10.
CONTINUED BUSINESS:
None.
11.
NEW BUSINESS:
11.a.
 Consideration Of Ordinance Regarding State Video Franchises
Recommended Action: Introduce an Ordinance regarding State Video Franchises to require payment of a franchise fee, provision of Public, Education and Government (PEG) access channels, payment of a PEG access facilities fee, and penalties for customer service violations.
Documents: CC 11.a. Ordinance State Video Franchises.pdf
 Motion and Vote 
12.
CITY COUNCIL REPORTS:
(a)  MAYOR FERRARA:
(1) San Luis Obispo Council of Governments/San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority (SLOCOG/SLORTA)
(2) South San Luis Obispo County Sanitation District (SSLOCSD)
(3) Other

(b)  MAYOR PRO TEM GUTHRIE:
(1) South County Area Transit (SCAT)
(2) Economic Vitality Corporation (EVC)
(3) California Joint Powers Insurance Authority (CJPIA)
(4) Other

(c)  COUNCIL MEMBER COSTELLO:
(1) Air Pollution Control District (APCD)
(2) Five Cities Fire Authority (FCFA)