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AGENDA

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

City Hall Council Chambers, 4th floor
6500 Palma Avenue, Atascadero, California 
(Enter on Lewis Ave.)


City Council Closed Session:5:30 P.M.
City Council Regular Session:
6:00 P.M.

CITY COUNCIL CLOSED SESSION: 5:30 P.M.
  1. CLOSED SESSION -- PUBLIC COMMENT 
  2. COUNCIL LEAVES CHAMBERS TO BEGIN CLOSED SESSION
  3. CLOSED SESSION -- CALL TO ORDER
    1. Conference with Labor Negotiators (Govt. Code 54957.6) 
      Agency designated representatives: Rachelle Rickard, City Manager
      Employee Organization: Atascadero Firefighters Bargaining Unit
  4. CLOSED SESSION -- ADJOURNMENT
  5. COUNCIL RETURNS TO CHAMBERS
  6. CLOSED SESSION – REPORT
 REGULAR SESSION - CALL TO ORDER: 6:00 P.M.
 PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
Mayor Pro Tem Moreno
 ROLL CALL:Mayor O'Malley
Mayor Pro Tem Moreno
Council Member Fonzi
Council Member Kelley
Council Member Sturtevant
 APPROVAL OF AGENDA:Roll Call

PRESENTATIONS:

1.
 Proclamation Recognizing 20 Years of Service by the Assistance League of San Luis Obispo County

2. 
 Bike Month Presentation by Peter Williamson of SLOCOG
A.

 CONSENT CALENDAR: (All items on the consent calendar are considered to be routine and non-controversial by City staff and will be approved by one motion if no member of the Council or public wishes to comment or ask questions. If comment or discussion is desired by anyone, the item will be removed from the consent calendar and will be considered in the listed sequence with an opportunity for any member of the public to address the Council concerning the item before action is taken. DRAFT MINUTES: Council meeting draft minutes are listed on the Consent Calendar for approval of the minutes. Should anyone wish to request an amendment to draft minutes, the item will be removed from the Consent Calendar and their suggestion will be considered by the City Council. If anyone desires to express their opinion concerning issues included in draft minutes, they should share their opinion during the Community Forum portion of the meeting.)      Motion and Vote
1.City Council Draft Action Minutes – April 12, 2016

  • Recommendation: Council approve the City Council Draft Action Minutes of the April 12, 2016 City Council meeting. [City Clerk]

2.
 City Attorney Budget
  • Fiscal Impact: The fiscal impact is the expenditure of an additional $150,000 in General Fund reserves.
  • Recommendation: Authorize the Director of Administrative Services to appropritae $150,000 in general fund reserves for additional legal services. [City Attorney]

 Motion and Vote

3.
ProfessionalEngineeringandEnvironmentalServicesforPhase1ofthe Via Avenue and Santa Lucia Road Bridge Replacement Projects
  • Fiscal Impact: The fiscal impact of the award of the Phase I Engineering and Environmental Services contract for the Santa Lucia Bridge Project is the expenditure of $303,906 in budgeted HBRRP grant funds. The fiscal impact of the award of the Phase I Engineering and Environmental Services contract for the Via Avenue Bridge Project is the expenditure of $263,337 in budgeted HBRRP grant funds and $34,118 in budgeted Local Transportation Funds.
  • Recommendations:  
    Council:
    1.     Authorize the City Manager to execute a contract with Quincy Engineering to provide professional engineering and environmental services for Phase 1 of the Via Avenue Bridge Replacement Project for a fee not to exceed $297,455; and
    2.      Authorize the City Manager to execute a contract with Quincy Engineering to provide professional engineering and environmental services for Phase 1 of the Santa Lucia Road Bridge Replacement Project for a fee not to exceed $303,906. [Public Works]


    4. 
    Radio Simulcast Project
    • Fiscal Impact: Approval of the receiver system replacement and installation of the simulcast system will result in the expenditure of $110,078.
    • Recommendations
      Council: 
      1.      Authorize the City Manager to execute a contract with Spur Solutions in the amount of $110,078 for the purchase and installation of equipment to replace microwave radio equipment and to create a simulcast radio system; and
      2.      Authorize the Director of Administrative Services to appropriate $61,890 in Police Realignment Funds and Supplemental Law Enforcement Services Funds, $35,760 in Fire Bertha Schultz Grant Funds, and $12,440 in General Fund Reserves for the purchase and installation of radio equipment. [Police]

    5. 
    Community Facilities District 2005-1 / Annexations No. 14, 15 and 16
    • Fiscal Impact: The establishment of Annexations No. 14, 15, and 16 into the CFD is intended to mitigate the fiscal impact of residential development on the City.
    • Recommendations
      Council: 
      1.      Adopt on second reading, by title only, Draft Ordinance A, authorizing the levy of special taxes in Community Facilities District 2005-1 for certain annexation territory; and
      2.      Adopt on second reading, by title only, Draft Ordinance B, authorizing the levy of special taxes in Community Facilities District 2005-1 for certain annexation territory; and
      3.      Adopt on second reading, by title only, Draft Ordinance C, authorizing the levy of special taxes in Community Facilities District 2005-1 for certain annexation territory. [Community Development]
       UPDATES FROM THE CITY MANAGER: (The City Manager will give an oral report on any current issues of concern to the City Council.)
       COMMUNITY FORUM: (This portion of the meeting is reserved for persons wanting to address the Council on any matter not on this agenda and over which the Council has jurisdiction. Speakers are limited to three minutes. Please state your name for the record before making your presentation. Comments made during Community Forum will not be a subject of discussion. A maximum of 30 minutes will be allowed for Community Forum, unless changed by the Council. Any members of the public who have questions or need information, may contact the City Clerk’s Office, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. at 470-3400, or mtorgerson@atascadero.org.)
      B.PUBLIC HEARINGS: None
      C.MANAGEMENT REPORTS: 
      1.
       SLOCOG’s Self-Help County Efforts
      • Fiscal Impact: There is no significant direct fiscal impact for the recommendations.
      • Recommendations: Council: 
        1.      Review and Comment on Draft Transportation Investment Plan categories and distributions including 9-year duration, formula distribution for Local Road Repairs and Transportation Improvements, and Safeguards; and,
        2.      Identify the key projects for local transportation funding as: roadway maintenance, repair, and rehabilitation; congestion management at key intersections; and bike /pedestrian improvements and connectivity; and,
        3.      Direct staff to work with SLOCOG to develop a Final Transportation Investment Plan, Ordinance, and Safeguards for City and County evaluation to place on the November 2016 ballot for voter consideration. [Public Works]
       Motion and  Vote

      2. 
       Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Programs
      • Fiscal Impact: There is no fiscal impact associated with the recommended actions.
      • Recommendation:
        Council: 
        1. Adopt Draft Resolution A approving an amendment to the Western Riverside Council of Governments (WRCOG) Joint Powers Agreement to add the City as an Associate Member in order to authorize the City's participation in the California HERO Program; and 
        2. Adopt Draft Resolution B to join the California Home Finance Authority (CHFA) JPA as an Associate Member in order to authorize the City's participation in the CHFA SB 555 Community Facilities District (YGrene program); and 
        3. Adopt Draft Resolution C to join the California Home Finance Authority (CHFA) JPA as an Associate Member in order to authorize the City's participation in the CHFA AB 811 Authority PACE Program (YGrene program); and 
        4. Authorize the City Manager to execute agreements with PACE program providers WRCOG and YGrene. [City Manager]
       Motion and Vote

      3.
       Consideration of Ballot Measure for Appointive City Clerk and City Treasurer
      • Fiscal Impact: The addition of a ballot measure to the November 2016 ballot will be approximately $3,000. If the ballot measure is successful, savings from the elimination of the stipends and health benefit costs for these elected positions will be over $14,800 per position annually.
      • Recommendation: Council direct the City Clerk to bring back to the Council in June 2016, the Resolution required for placing a ballot measure on the ballot for the General Municipal Election to be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2016, asking voters “Shall the City Clerk and City Treasurer be appointive?” [City Clerk]
       Motion and  Vote
       COUNCIL ANNOUNCEMENTS AND REPORTS: (On their own initiative, Council Members may make a brief announcement or a brief report on their own activities. Council Members may ask a question for clarification, make a referral to staff or take action to have staff place a matter of business on a future agenda. The Council may take action on items listed on the Agenda.)
      D.COMMITTEE REPORTS:     (The following represent standing committees. Informative status reports will be given, as felt necessary):
      Mayor O'Malley
      1. City / Schools Committee
      2. County Mayors Round Table
      3. Integrated Waste Management Authority (IWMA)
      4. SLO Council of Governments (SLOCOG)
      5. SLO Regional Transit Authority (RTA)

      Mayor Pro Tem Moreno
      1. California Joint Powers Insurance Authority (CJPIA) Board
      2. City of Atascadero Finance Committee (Chair)
      3. Economic Vitality Corporation, Board of Directors (EVC)

      Council Member Fonzi
      1. Air Pollution Control District
      2. Oversight Board for Successor Agency to the Community Redevelopment Agency of Atascadero
      3. SLO Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo)
      4. City of Atascadero Design Review Committee
      5. SLO County Water Resources Advisory Committee (WRAC)
      6. Water Issues Liasion

      Council Member Kelley
      1. Atascadero State Hospital Advisory Committee
      2. City of Atascadero Design Review Committee
      3. Homeless Services Oversight Council
      4. City of Atascadero Finance Committee

      Council Member Sturtevant
      1. City / Schools Committee
      2. League of California Cities - Council Liaison
      E.
      INDIVIDUAL DETERMINATION AND / OR ACTION:
      1. City Council
      2. City Clerk
      3. City Treasurer
      4. City Attorney
      5. City Manager
      F.
      ADJOURNMENT
      Please note: Should anyone challenge any proposed development entitlement listed on this Agenda in court, that person may be limited to raising those issues addressed at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the City Council at or prior to this public hearing. Correspondence submitted at this public hearing will be distributed to the Council and available for review in the City Clerk's office.