|1.|| Patriotic Essay Awards presented by Chuck Ward|
|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 - June 24, 2014|
- Recommendation: Council approve the City Council Draft Action Minutes of June 24, 2014. [City Clerk]
|2.||May 2014 Accounts Payable and Payroll|
- Fiscal Impact: $1,808,529.83
- Recommendation: Council approve certified City accounts payable, payroll and payroll vendor checks for May 2014. [Administrative Services]
|3.||Temporary Road Closure - Hot El Camino Cruise Nite 2014|
- Fiscal Impact: No net fiscal impact. The cost of putting on the event is approximately $13,750 in budgeted funds, and it is anticipated that these costs will be fully recovered through budgeted sponsorships and entry fees.
- Recommendation: Council adopt the Draft Resolution authorizing temporary road closures on Friday, August 15, 2014, fo Hot El Camino Cruise Nite 2014. [Public Works]
|4.||Sewer System Management Plan Update|
- Fiscal Impact: This action has no direct impact on the City's General Fund; However, to meet the State Water Resources Control Board's requirements there iwll be financial impacts to the City's Wastewater Enterprise Fund.
- Recommendation: Council approve the City's updated Sewer System Management Plan (SSMP) in compliance with the Statewide General Waste Discharge Requirements (WDRs) for Sanitary Sewer Systems (Water Quality Order No. 2006-0003) and direct City staff to certify the SSMP with the State Water Resources Control Board. [Public Works]
|5.||Designation of Voting Delegate - League of California Cities' Annual Conference|
- Fiscal Impact: None.
- Recommendation: Council designate Mayor Pro Tem Sturtevant aas voting delegate at the Annual Business Meeting of the League of California Cities' Annual Conference in September 2014, and direct the City Clerk to inform the League of the designation. [City Clerk]
|6.||Appropriation of Funds for Road Striping and Pavement Marking|
- Fiscal Impact: Appropriation of $104,000 in Gas Tax Funds reserves in fiscal year 2014/2015.
- Recommendation: Council appropriate $104,000 of Gas Tax Funds for road striping and pavement marking. [Public Works]
|7.|| Sales Tax Measure - Ordinance Second Reading|
- Fiscal Impact: The proposed sales tax measure would generate an estimated $1.7 - $2.0 million in additional annual revenue. The total cost of placing the measures on the ballot is estimated to be approximately $6,500 of budgeted General Funds.
- Recommendation: Council adopt on second reading, by title only, the Draft Ordinance imposing a transactions and use tax to be administered by the State Board of Equalization. [City Manager] Motion and Vote
|8.|| Solid Waste Collection Contract and Recycling/Green Waste Contract|
- Fiscal Impact: Commercial businesses in town will realize lower solid waste and recycling disposal costs, estimated at an aggregate of $2500,000 annually. City franchise fees would be reduced due to the lower commercial garbage rates an estimated $25,000 per year. The City would also realize reduced general fund expenses in meeting regulatory compliance requirements for storm water permits (i.e. street sweeping and trash removal).
- Recommendation: Council authorize the City Manager to execute a contract with Atascadero Waste Alternatives for the exclusive curbside collection of trash, commingled recyclables and green waste within City limits. [Public Works] Motion and Vote
|9.||Historic City Hall Conference Room 104 - Facility Use Agreement - Atascadero Veterans Memorial Foundation|
- Fiscal Impact: A potential loss of rental fees the conference room might otherwise generate and a potential impact to front counter staff time.
- Recommendation: Council authorize the City Manager to execute a Facility Use Agreement with the San Luis Obispo County Veterans Service Office for a one day per week use of Conference Room 104 in City Hall. [City Manager]
| 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 email@example.com.)|
|B.||PUBLIC HEARINGS: |
|1.|| Placement of Sewer Service Charges on the 2014-2015 Property Tax Rolls|
- Ex Parte Communications:
- Fiscal Impact: The City will bill $1,763,239.70 in sanitation service charges for Fiscal Year 2014-2015.
- Recommendations: Council adopt the Draft Resolution placing sewer service charges on the 2014-2015 property tax rolls. [Public Works]
Motion and Vote
|C.||MANAGEMENT REPORTS: |
|1.|| Memorandums of Understanding for the Atascadero Police Officers Association, Mid-Management/Professional Employees Association, Service Employees International Union Local 620, and Resolution for Non-Represented Professional and Management Workers and Confidential Employees|
- Fiscal Impact: Changes to the MOUs and Resolution for Non-Represented Employees will result in additional costs of approximately $190,000 annually.
- Recommendations: Council:
- Approve the Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) for the Atascadero Police Officers Association, Mid-Management/Professional Employees Association, Service Employees International Union Local 620; and,
- Adopt the Draft Resolution for Non-Represented Professional and Management Workers and Confidential Employees; and,
- Adopt the Draft Resolution Authorizing Employer Paid Member Contributions for the Full time employees in the Safety-Police Member Category; and,
- Adopt the Draft Resolution Authorizing Employer Paid Member Contributions for the Full-time employees in the Safety-Fire Member Category; and,
- Adopt the Draft Resolution Authorizing Employer Paid Member Contributions for the Full-time employees in the Miscellaneous Member Category; and,
- Approve the Salary Schedule for Fiscal Year 2014-2015. [City Manager]
Motion and Vote
|2.|| Council Update Regarding the Prohibited Camping and Smoking Ordinances|
- Fiscal Impact: None.
- Recommendations: Council receive an oral report on this issue. [Police]
| 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 Sturtevant
1. City / Schools Committee
2. City of Atascadero Finance Committee
3. League of California Cities -- Council Liason
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)
Council Member Kelley
1. Atascadero State Hospital Advisory Committee
2. City of Atascadero Design Review Committee
3. Economic Vitality Corporation, Board of Directors (EVC)
4. Homeless Services Oversight Council
Council Member Moreno
1. California Joint Powers Insurance Authority (CJPIA) Board
2. City of Atascadero Finance Committee (Chair)
3. City of Atascadero Design Review Committee
|E.|| INDIVIDUAL DETERMINATION AND / OR ACTION:|
|1. City Council|
2. City Clerk
3. City Treasurer
4. City Attorney
5. City Manager