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NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF THE GROVER BEACH CITY COUNCIL

A Special Meeting of the City Council of the City of Grover Beach is hereby called for
Monday August 24, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. to consider the matters set forth in the attached Special Meeting Agenda.

_/s/_____________________________ JEFF LEE, MAYOR

SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA

GROVER BEACH CITY COUNCIL
MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 2020, 6:00 PM
Next Resolution No. 20-37
Next Ordinance No. 20-08
In compliance with the State and County Shelter at Home Orders, and as allowed by the Governor’s Executive Order N-29-20, which allows for a deviation of teleconference rules required by the Ralph M. Brown Act, City Council meetings will be held by teleconference only until further notice.

Meetings can be viewed on Channel 20 and are live streamed on the City’s website and on www.slospan.org. Members of the public may provide public comment during the meeting by calling (805) 321- 6639 to provide public comment via phone (the phone line will open just prior to the start of the meeting at 6:00 PM) or written public comments can be submitted via email to gbadmin@groverbeach.org prior to the Council meeting start time of 6:00 PM. If submitting written comments in advance of the meeting, please note the agenda item. Written comments will be read out loud during the City Council meeting on the appropriate agenda item subject to the customary 3-minute time limit.

CALL TO ORDER
MOMENT OF SILENCE
FLAG SALUTE
ROLL CALLCouncil Members Desi Lance, Mariam Shah, Mayor Pro Tem Karen Bright, and Mayor Jeff Lee
CLOSED SESSION ANNOUNCEMENTS
AGENDA REVIEW
At this time the City Council will review the order of business to be conducted and receive requests for, or make announcements regarding, any change(s) in the order of the day. The Council should by motion adopt the agenda as presented or as revised.
CEREMONIAL CALENDAR
PRESENTATIONS
PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS
During this time, the Council will allow up to 15 minutes for Public Communication with additional communication, if necessary, allowed after the Regular Business Items. Any member of the public may address the Council for a period not to exceed three minutes total on any item of interest within the jurisdiction of this Council. The Council will listen to all communications; however, in compliance with the Brown Act, the Council cannot act on items not on the agenda.
CONSENT AGENDA
The following routine items listed below are scheduled for consideration as a group. Recommendations for each item are noted in parentheses. Members of the audience may speak on any item(s) listed on the Consent Agenda. Any Council Member, the City Attorney, or the City Manager may request that an item be withdrawn from the Consent Agenda to allow for full discussion. Items withdrawn from the Consent Agenda will be heard after the rest of the Consent Agenda is approved.
Motion and Vote
1.Treasurer’s Report for the Period July 1, through July 31, 2020.
(Recommended Action: Approve the Treasurer’s Report as submitted.)
VOICE VOTE
2.Treasurer’s Report for the 2017 Streets Bond Account - $15,000,000 (Measure K14: Grover Beach Street Rehabilitation; Safety Improvement Bond Measure) for the Period July 1, through July 31, 2020.
(Recommended. Action: Approve the Treasurer’s Report as submitted.)
VOICE VOTE
3.Minutes of the City Council Special Meeting on Monday, July 20, 2020 at 5:30 p.m, City Council Meeting at 6:00 p.m., City Council Special Meeting on Monday, July 27, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. and City Council and Planning Commission workshop Monday, July 27, 2020 at 6:00 p.m.
(Recommended Action: Approve the minutes as submitted or revised.)
VOICE VOTE
4.Authorization to Proceed with Utility Rate Study – Administrative Services Director Purcell
(Recommended Action: Enter into a Professional Services Agreement with Willdan Financial Services for a multi-year year utility rate study and authorize the Mayor to execute the agreement on behalf of the City.)
ROLL CALL VOTE

5.COVID-19 Response Update and Approval of Continuation of Emergency Declaration - City Manager Bronson
(Recommended Action: Receive information on the updated response to the COVID19 pandemic and approve the continuation of the City’s local emergency declaration.)
VOICE VOTE
6.Selection of Voting Delegate and Alternate(s) for the 2020 League of California Cities Annual Conference – City Manager Bronson
(Recommended ActionAffirm selection of Mayor Lee to serve as delegate and Council Member Shah to serve as alternate for the upcoming annual business meeting to be held at the League of California Cities Annual Conference.)
ROLL CALL VOTE
7.Award of Construction Contract, Safe Routes to School Sidewalk Infill (CIP 2273) – Public Works Director/City Engineer Ray and Capital Projects Manager Wiggin
(Recommended Action: Award the contract for construction of the Safe Routes to School Sidewalk Infill Project (CIP 2273) in the amount of $217,317.93; authorize the City Manager to sign and affirm construction change orders up to an aggregate of $43,000.00; and authorize the Mayor to execute the contract on behalf of the City.)
ROLL CALL VOTE
8.Award of Construction Management Contract for CIP 2295-11 Measure K-14 Street Rehabilitation and Repair Projects – Public Works Director/City Engineer Ray and Capital Projects Manager Wiggin
(Recommended Action: Enter into a Professional Services Agreement with MNS Engineers, Inc., for construction management, inspection, and materials testing associated with the CIP 2295-11 Measure K-14 Street Rehabilitation and Repair Projects; and authorize the Mayor to execute the agreement on behalf of the City.)
ROLL CALL VOTE
9.Acceptance of the Street Rehabilitation and Repair Project, CIP 2295-6 – Public Works Director/City Engineer Ray and Capital Projects Manager Wiggin
(Recommended Action: Accept the improvements constructed by JJ Fisher Construction, Inc. and authorize staff to send the Notice of Completion to JJ Fisher Construction, Inc. for the Street Rehabilitation and Repair Project, CIP 2295-6.)
ROLL CALL VOTE
10.Acceptance of the Street Rehabilitation and Repair Project, CIP 2295-8 – Public Works Director/City Engineer Ray and Capital Projects Manager Wiggin
(Recommended Action: Accept the improvements constructed by Souza Construction, Inc. and authorize staff to send the Notice of Completion to Souza Construction, Inc. for the Street Rehabilitation and Repair Project, CIP 2295-8.)
ROLL CALL VOTE
11.Acceptance of Final Senior Center Feasibility Study – Community Development Director Buckingham and Associate Planner Reese
(Recommended Action: Receive and accept the final version of the Senior Center Feasibility Study.)
ROLL CALL VOTE
Motion and Vote
12.FY 2019-20 Council Goals Implementation Report – City Manager Bronson
(Recommended Action: Receive information on the year-end implementation status of the Council Goals in FY 2019-20.)
VOICE VOTE
PUBLIC HEARING
13.
Development Application 18-06 – Certification of Mitigated Negative Declaration 2019-02 and Approval of the Mitigation Monitoring Checklist; Introduction and First Reading of an Ordinance to adopt a Planned Development Overlay (PD-5); Approval of a Vesting Tentative Parcel Map, Use Permit, and Development Permit; and Approval of a Financial Assistance Agreement and Development Impact Fee Deferral Agreement to construct two hotels and seven residences for the project at 1598 El Camino Real (Applicant: Ram Krupa Real Estate, LLC) – Community Development Director Buckingham and Senior Planner Castillo
 
Motion and Vote
(Recommended Action:
 1.Planning Commission recommends that the City Council certify Mitigated Negative Declaration 2019-02 (SCH #2019069067) for Development Application 18-06;
 2.Planning Commission recommends that the City Council introduce and conduct a first reading of an ordinance establishing Planned Development Overlay Zone No. 5 (PD-5) for Development Application 18-06;
 3.Planning Commission recommends that the City Council adopt a resolution approving Development Application 18-06 for a Vesting Tentative Parcel Map (Tract 3122), Use Permit, and a Development Permit; and
 4.Staff recommends approval of a financial assistance agreement and a development impact fee deferral package consistent with the Council policy for catalyst economic development projects.)
REGULAR BUSINESS
14. Fiber Optic Cable Easement Agreement with RTI Infrastructure, Inc.– Community Development Director Buckingham, Public Works Director/City Engineer Ray, and City Attorney Hale
(Recommended Action: Approve a Fiber Optic Cable Easement Agreement with RTI Infrastructure, Inc. for installation of telecommunications cables in the City’s rights-of-way, authorize the City Manager and City Attorney to negotiate any final and additional terms and conditions of the agreement necessary to achieve the business terms defined herein, and authorize the Mayor to execute the agreement on behalf of the City.)
Motion and Vote
15. Child Care Initiative Policy Direction – City Manager Bronson and Parks and Recreation Director Petker
(Recommended Action: Receive information on child care needs and provide direction on specific activities including allocation of funding to local child care providers to provide need-based scholarships to Grover Beach families and establishment of free WiFi accessibility in City parks for school-age children.)
16. Eviction Moratorium Policy Direction – City Manager Bronson
(Recommended Action: Receive information about expiration of the eviction moratoriums and provide policy direction to staff on a potential City position on efforts to extend a moratorium at either the state or local level.)
17. Offshore Oil Production and Trucking Proposal Position – City Manager Bronson
(Recommended Action: Receive information about a proposal to restart offshore oil production off the Santa Barbara County coast and initiate interim trucking of limited crude oil production to locations in Santa Maria and Kern County and consider taking action to express the City’s position such as adoption of a resolution or drafting a position letter.)
PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS
Any member of the public may address the Council for a period not to exceed three minutes total on any item of interest within the jurisdiction of this Council. The Council will listen to all communications; however, in compliance with the Brown Act, the Council cannot act on items not on the agenda
COUNCIL COMMITTEE REPORTS
This item gives the Mayor and Council Members the opportunity to present reports to the other members regarding committees, commissions, boards, or special projects on which they may be participating.
Five Cities Fire Joint Powers Authority
Monterey Bay Community Power Policy Board
South SLO County Sanitation District (SSLOCSD)
Jeff Lee (Alt: Karen Bright)
Jeff Lee
Jeff Lee (Alt: Karen Bright)
Economic Vitality Corporation (EVC)
Integrated Waste Management Authority (IWMA)
SLO Council of Governments / SLO Regional Transit Authority (SLOCOG / SLORTA)
Zone Three Advisory Committee
Karen Bright (Alt: __________)
Karen Bright (Alt:: Mariam Shah)
Karen Bright (Alt: Jeff Lee)
Karen Bright (Alt: Mariam Shah)
SLO County Water Resources Advisory Committee (WRAC)
South County Chambers of Commerce
South County Transit (SCT)
Visit SLO CAL
Desi Lance (Alt: ________)
Desi Lance (Alt: Jeff Lee)
Desi Lance (Alt: ____________)
Desi Lance (Alt: Karen Bright)
Air Pollution Control District (APCD)
Homeless Services Oversight Council (HSOC)
Mariam Shah (Alt: ___________)
Mariam Shah (Alt: ___________)
League of California Cities - Policy Committee Reports and Other League Matters
Channel Counties Division
Transportation, Communication & Public Works Policy Committee
Governance, Transparency & Labor Relations Policy Committee
Mariam Shah
Jeff Lee
Matthew Bronson
COUNCIL COMMUNICATIONS
This item gives individual Council Members the opportunity to seek consensus for scheduling a specific item on a future agenda, authorizing staff time to provide background information and prepare a staff report for a future agenda, or to comment on Council business, City operations, projects or other items of community interest.
CITY MANAGER’S REPORTS AND COMMENTS
CITY ATTORNEY’S REPORTS AND COMMENTS
CLOSED SESSION
A.CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL-EXISTING LITIGATION
Pursuant to (Paragraph (1) of subdivision (d) of California Government Code Section 54956.9)
Ronald Austin v. City of Grover Beach, 20CV-024
B.Conference with Real Property Negotiators for the sale or lease of City Property:
APN’s 060-242-44 and 060-242-45; Agency negotiators: Matthew Bronson, City Manager, David Hale, City Attorney, and Bruce Buckingham, Director of Community Development.

Negotiating parties: Veterans of Foreign Wars National Home for Children Under negotiation: (Staff’s requested direction from Council will be concerning price and terms of payment.)
This item is pursuant to Government Code section 54956.8
ADJOURNMENT
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Per Resolution No. 17-21, the public portion of City Council meetings will be scheduled to start at 6:00 p.m. and conclude no later than 11:00 p.m. Any open session items remaining on the agenda at 11:00 p.m. that have not been discussed or considered by the City Council will be continued to an adjourned meeting of the City Council (scheduled before the next regular meeting). However, the City Council may choose to continue the meeting past 11:00 p.m. upon a proper motion and a 4/5ths vote in favor of such an action.
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Staff reports or other written materials relating to each item of business referred to on this agenda are available from the City website www.groverbeach.org and on file in the City Clerk’s Office. A public counter copy is available for public inspection and reproduction during normal business hours at City Hall, 154 South 8th Street, Grover Beach, CA. Related materials submitted after distribution of the agenda packet are available in the City Clerk's Office during normal business hours. If you have questions regarding any agenda item, please contact the appropriate City Department. Any writings or documents regarding any item on this agenda, not exempt from public disclosure, provided to a majority of the City Council and distributed subsequent to distribution of the agenda packet will be made available for public inspection in the City Clerk’s Office during normal business hours.
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Note: This agenda was prepared and posted pursuant to Government Code Section 54954.2. This agenda is subject to amendment up to 72 hours prior to the date and time set for the meeting. Please refer to the agenda posted at City Hall for any revisions or call the City Clerk’s Office at (805) 473-4567 for more information.
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The agenda and staff reports are also available on the City’s website: www.groverbeach.org