March 5, 2008

3:00 P.M.

SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING

(To be held in Training Room #1, adjacent to the Council Chambers)

 

 

CALL TO ORDER

CALL TO ORDER

 

ROLL CALL: Abed, Daniels, Gallo, Waldron, Pfeiler

 

 

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

 

At this time the public may comment on items not appearing on the agenda. State law prohibits the Council from discussing or taking action on such items, but the matter may be referred to the City Manager/staff or scheduled on a subsequent agenda. (Please refer to the back page of the agenda for instructions.)

CURRENT BUSINESS

CURRENT BUSINESS

 

3:00-4:00 P.M. Discussion among Council and applicants for various City Boards and Commissions regarding expectations and duties associated with membership on each Board or Commission

 

 
 


ADJOURNMENT

4:00 P.M. - Regular Meeting

ADJOURNMENT


March 5, 2008
4:00 pm Meeting

Escondido City Council
Community Development Commission

 

 

 

 

CALL TO ORDER

CALL TO ORDER

 

FLAG SALUTE

 

 

ROLL CALL: Abed, Daniels, Gallo, Waldron, Pfeiler

 

 

PRESENTATIONS: Eric Weddle Day

Americorps Swearing-In Ceremonies

 

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

 

At this time the public may comment on items not appearing on the agenda. State law prohibits the Council from discussing or taking action on such items, but the matter may be referred to the City Manager/staff or scheduled on a subsequent agenda. (Please refer to the back page of the agenda for instructions.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONSENT CALENDAR

CONSENT CALENDAR

 

Items on the Consent Calendar are not discussed individually. Unless members of the legislative body, staff or the public requests specific items to be discussed, all Consent Calendar items will be approved with one motion.

 

1.                  AFFIDAVITS OF PUBLICATION, MAILING AND POSTING (COUNCIL/CDC/RRB)

2.                  APPROVAL OF WARRANT REGISTER (Council/CDC)

3.                  APPROVAL OF MINUTES: Special and Regular Meeting of February 6, 2008

Regular Meeting of February 13, 2008

 

 

4.                  NOTICE OF COMPLETION FOR THE 24-INCH WATER MAIN AT ASH STREET Request Council authorize the Acting Director of Public Works to file a Notice of Completion for the 24-inch water main at Ash Street project

 

Staff Recommendations: Approval (Engineering Division: Ed Domingue)

 

5.                  NOTICE OF COMPLETION FOR SUNSET DRIVE BRIDGE MAINTENANCE Request Council authorize the Acting Director of Public Works to file a Notice of Completion for Sunset Drive Bridge Maintenance. This project consisted railing and pavement maintenance on the existing bridge at Sunset Drive

 

Staff Recommendations: Approval (Engineering Division: Ed Domingue)

 

6.                  BID AWARD FOR THE TULIP STREET IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (PHASE 1) Request Council authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a contract with Southland Paving, Incorporated, in the amount of $667,745, for the Tulip Street Improvement Project

 

Staff Recommendations: Approval (Neighborhood Services Division: Rich Buquet)

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2008-42 THIS ITEM WAS PULLED FROM THE AGENDA

7.                  BID AWARD FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PHASE IV OF THE POLICE AND FIRE FACILITY: BID PACKAGE 15A (HVAC AND PLUMBING) Request Council authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an agreement with University Mechanical and Engineering Contractors, Incorporated, in the amount of $4,898,513 for Bid Package 15A (HVAC and Plumbing) of the Police and Fire Facility addressed as 1163 North Centre City Parkway

 

Staff Recommendations: Approval (City Manager's Office: Joyce Masterson)

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2008-15

 

 

 

 

8.                  BID AWARD FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PHASE IV OF THE POLICE AND FIRE FACILITY: BID PACKAGE 8A (ROLLUP DOORS) Request Council authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an agreement with Brady Company in the amount of $75,000, for Bid Package 8A (Rollup Doors) of the Police and Fire Facility addressed as 1163 North Centre City Parkway

 

Staff Recommendations: Approval (City Manager's Office: Joyce Masterson)

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2008-44

9.                  BID AWARD FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PHASE IV OF THE POLICE AND FIRE FACILITY: BID PACKAGE 8B (GLASS/GLAZING/ALUMINUM STOREFRONTS) Request Council authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an agreement with Perfection Glass, Incorporated in the amount of $439,701, for Bid Package 8B (Glass/Glazing/Aluminum Storefronts) of the Police and Fire Facility addressed as 1163 North Centre City Parkway

 

Staff Recommendations: Approval (City Manager's Office: Joyce Masterson)

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2008-45

10.              BID AWARD FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PHASE IV OF THE POLICE AND FIRE FACILITY: BID PACKAGE 9A (FINISHES-DRYWALL/MTL. STUDS, DOORS, FRAMES AND HARDWARE) Request Council authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an agreement with Brady Company in the amount of $3,733,000, for Bid Package 9A (Finishes-Drywall/Mtl. Studs, Doors, Frames and Hardware) of the Police and Fire Facility addressed as 1163 North Centre City Parkway

 

Staff Recommendations: Approval (City Manager's Office: Joyce Masterson)

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2008-46

11.              BID AWARD FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PHASE IV OF THE POLICE AND FIRE FACILITY: BID PACKAGE 9B (FLOORING) Request Council determine that the apparent low bid of Pro Spectra Contract Flooring for $1,399,900 is non-responsive and authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an agreement with the second lowest bid with CIR Commercial Interior Resources, in the amount of $1,642,809, for Bid Package 9B (Flooring) of the Police and Fire Facility addressed as 1163 North Centre City Parkway

 

Staff Recommendations: Approval (City Manager's Office: Joyce Masterson)

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2008-47

12.              BID AWARD FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PHASE IV OF THE POLICE AND FIRE FACILITY: BID PACKAGE 11A (SECURITY EQUIPMENT) Request Council authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an agreement with Legg, Incorporated, in the amount of $558,000, for Bid Package 11A (Security Equipment of the Police and Fire Facility addressed as 1163 North Centre City Parkway

 

Staff Recommendations: Approval (City Manager's Office: Joyce Masterson)

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2008-49

 

 

 

 

 

 

13.              BID AWARD FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PHASE IV OF THE POLICE AND FIRE FACILITY: BID PACKAGE 12A (LAB CASEWORK AND FURNITURE) Request Council authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an agreement with ISEC, Incorporated, in the amount of $211,735, for Bid Package 12A (Lab Casework and Furniture) of the Police and Fire Facility addressed as 1163 North Centre City Parkway

 

Staff Recommendations: Approval (City Manager's Office: Joyce Masterson)

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2008-50

14.              BID AWARD FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PHASE IV OF THE POLICE AND FIRE FACILITY: BID PACKAGE 6A (MILLWORK) AND BID PACKAGE 10A (CONSTRUCTION SPECIALTIES) - Request Council authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an agreement with ISEC, Incorporated, in the amount of $2,100,000, for Bid Package 6A (Millwork) of the Police and Fire Facility addressed as 1163 North Centre City Parkway

 

Staff Recommendations: Approval (City Manager's Office: Joyce Masterson)

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2008-43

15.              REJECT ALL BIDS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PHASE IV OF THE POLICE AND FIRE FACILITY: BID PACKAGE 16A (ELECTRICAL) Request Council authorize the rejection of all bids for Bid Package 16A (Electrical) of the Police and Fire Facility addressed as 1163 North Centre City Parkway; and authorize staff to readvertise the project

 

Staff Recommendations: Approval (City Manager's Office: Joyce Masterson)

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2008-55

CONSENT - RESOLUTIONS AND ORDINANCES (COUNCIL/CDC/RRB)

CONSENT CALENDAR RESOLUTIONS AND ORDINANCES (COUNCIL/CDC/RRB)

 

The following Resolutions and Ordinances were heard and acted upon by the City Council/CDC/RRB at a previous City Council/Community Development Commission/Mobilehome Rent Review meeting. (The title of Ordinances listed on the Consent Calendar are deemed to have been read and further reading waived.)

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS

PUBLIC HEARINGS

 

16.              MISSION PARK NEIGHBORHOOD/ELDER PLACE PROPOSED REDEVELOPMENT Request the Commission provide direction to staff relating to the acquisition and redevelopment of improvement parcels located on Elder Place, including (1) Authorize the CDC Chair and Secretary enter into an exclusive negotiating agreement with Urban Housing Communities (UHC); (2) Allocate up to $5M from affordable housing funds and authorize the CDC Chair and Secretary to execute the necessary agreements; and (3) Authorize the submittal of an application in the amount of $1.5M to CalFHA on behalf of the CDC, and authorize the CDC Chair and Secretary to execute the necessary agreements

 

Staff Recommendations: Approval (Community Services/Housing Division: Bev Peterka)

 

a. RESOLUTION NO. CDC 2008-01 (Urban Housing Comm.)

b. RESOLUTION NO. CDC 2008-02 (Affordable Housing Funds)

c. RESOLUTION NO. CDC 2008-03 (CalHFA)

CURRENT BUSINESS

CURRENT BUSINESS

 

17.              DETAILS OF THE DIGITAL SCREEN AND DIGITAL SCREEN CONTENT AND OPERATION AGREEMENT FOR THE LEXUS DEALERSHIP, 1233 W. NINTH AVENUE, CASE 2006-10-PD Request Council authorize the Lexus Digital Screen details, location and the associated Digital Screen Content and Operation Agreement

 

Staff Recommendations: Approval (Community Dev./Planning: Jon Brindle)

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2008-51

18.              STREET NAME CHANGE FOR THE ACCESS WAY TO ORANGE GLEN HIGH SCHOOL (CASE 2007-42-GPIP) Request Council authorize the entrance area to Orange Glen High School to be named Patriot Place

 

Staff Recommendations: Approval (Community Dev./Planning: Jon Brindle)

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2008-39

19.              REVIEW OF BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS (ORAL REPORT)

 

Staff Recommendations: In light of the current budgetary concerns, a discussion will be held regarding the potential of consolidating or restructuring the current Boards and Commissions (Councilmember Ed Gallo)

 

20.              CITY BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS: ANNUAL APPOINTMENTS Request Council (1) Ratify the Mayor's appointments to various Boards and Commissions; (2) Designate the Community Services Commission and Senior Advisory Board to work jointly for a two-year period; (3) Direct staff to prepare an ordinance changing the expiration date for terms of office from January 31 to March 31

 

Staff Recommendations: Designate appointees (City Clerk: Marsha Whalen)

 

21.              INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

 

Staff Recommendations: ( )

 

22.              ORAL REPORT: COUNCIL COMMENTS/REGIONAL ISSUES This item provides an opportunity for City Council representatives on regional boards, commissions, and committees, to report back to Council on matters being addressed by those respective boards, commissions, and committees. This item is for reports only, and there will be no discussion or action on the reports. Such discussion or action will be calendared for a future agenda

 

Staff Recommendations: None (Mayor and City Councilmembers)

 

 

23.              (ORAL REPORT) IMAGE AND APPEARANCE ACTION PLAN STATUS REPORT - Review of City Council Action Plan Items dealing with image and appearance. Key issues include the activities of the ACT Team, and issued dealing with illegal garage conversions, graffiti removal, development of overnight parking regulations, utility undergrounding, maintenance of public properties, issues of overcrowding, and review of City projects

 

Staff Recommendations: Receive and file (Community Dev./Planning: Jon Brindle)

 

BRIEFING (Staff)

 

 

FUTURE AGENDA

 

24.              FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS The purpose of this item is to identify issues presently known to staff or which members of the Council wish to place on an upcoming City Council agenda. Council comment on these future agenda items is limited by California Government Code Section 54954.2 to clarifying questions, brief announcements, or requests for factual information in connection with an item when it is discussed

 

Staff Recommendations: None (City Clerk's Office: Marsha Whalen)

 

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

 

At this time the public may comment on items not appearing on the agenda. State law prohibits the Council from discussing or taking action on such items, but the matter may be referred to the City Manager/staff or scheduled on a subsequent agenda. (Please refer to the back page of the agenda for instructions.)

BRIEFING (Staff)

 

 

COUNCIL/COMMISSION/ MEMBERS COMMENTS

COUNCIL/COMMISSION/ MEMBERS COMMENTS

 

 

 

CLOSED SESSION: (COUNCIL/CDC/RRB)

CLOSED SESSION: COUNCIL/CDC/RRB)

 

25.              CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR (Government Code 54957.6)

Agency Negotiator: Sheryl Bennett and Clay Phillips

Employee organization: Maintenance and Operations, Teamsters' Local 911

Negotiation Parties: City of Escondido and Maintenance and Operations,

Teamsters' Local 911

Under Negotiation: Salary, Benefits and Working Conditions

26.              CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL--EXISTING LITIGATION (Government Code 54956.9(a)

a.       City of Escondido v. Carmen Nanci, GIN052518

 

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

 

UPCOMING MEETING SCHEDULE

Date

Day

Time

Meeting Type

Location

March 12

WEDNESDAY

4pm & 7pm

Council Meeting

Council Chambers

March 19

NO MEETING

-

-

-

March 26

NO MEETING

-

-

-

April 2

WEDNESDAY

4pm & 7pm

Council Meeting

Council Chambers

 

 

 

MARCH 5, 2008
7:00 p.m. Meeting

 

NO MEETING

 

 

ADJOURNMENT