March 9, 2011

3:30 p.m. MEETING

Escondido City Council

Community Development Commission

 

CALL TO ORDER

CALL TO ORDER

 

ROLL CALL:               Diaz, Gallo, Morasco, Waldron, Abed

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.)

CLOSED SESSION:  (COUNCIL/CDC/RRB)

CLOSED SESSION:  COUNCIL/CDC/RRB)

 

1.                  I.  CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATOR (Government Code §54957.6)

a.         Agency Negotiator:                  Sheryl Bennett, Clay Phillips

Employee organization:            Escondido City Employee Benefit Association

                                                         Supervisory Bargaining Unit

b.         Agency Negotiator:                  Sheryl Bennett, Clay Phillips

Employee organization:            Escondido City Employee Association

                                                Administrative/Clerical/Engineering (ACE) Bargaining Unit

c.          Agency Negotiator:                  Sheryl Bennett, Clay Phillips

Employee organization:            Maintenance & Operations, Teamsters Local 911

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

ADJOURNMENT

4:00 P.M. - Regular Meeting


March 9, 2011
4:30 pm Meeting

Escondido City Council
Community Development Commission

 

 

 

 

CALL TO ORDER

CALL TO ORDER

 

MOMENT OF REFLECTION:

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FLAG SALUTE

 

 

ROLL CALL:               Diaz, Gallo, Morasco, Waldron, Abed

 

 

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 None Scheduled

 

4.                  FISCAL YEAR 2010 STATE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM (SHSGP) AND BUDGET ADJUSTMENT - Request Council accept $317,323 in Federal Grant funding from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for the FY 2010 State Homeland Security Grant Program (SHSGP); and request Council authorize the Fire Chief to execute all documents required for the management of this grant; and request Council authorize the necessary budget adjustment to establish new projects for tracking these grant funds.

 

Staff Recommendations:  Approval (Fire Department:  Michael Lowry)

 

5.                  PURCHASE OF NEW WASTEWATER COLLECTION LINE TRUCK - Request Council approve the purchase of one (1) new Line Truck from Dion International Trucks, LLC as a sole source provider, in the amount of $134,743.

 

Staff Recommendations:  Approval (Community Services/Fleet Maintenance:  Richard O'Donnell)

 

            RESOLUTION NO. 2011-27

6.                  BID AWARD FOR NOTEBOOK LAPTOPS TO BE INSTALLED IN THE POLICE PATROL VEHICLES - Request Council award the bid for notebook laptops to CDWG Government as the lowest responsive and responsible bidder in the amount of $397,840.

 

Staff Recommendations:  Approval (Finance Department:  Gil Rojas)

 

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

 

7.                  REVIEW AND REAFFIRM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PRIORITIES OF THE FISCAL YEAR 2010-2015 CONSOLIDATED PLAN FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT(CDBG); APPROVAL OF AN ALLOCATION PROCESS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2010-2011 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG) FUNDS - Request Council review and reaffirm the Community Development priorities of the Consolidated Plan for FY 2010-2015 for CDBG and approve an allocation process for FY 2011-2012 CDBG Funds for public service projects and programs.

 

Staff Recommendations:  Approval (Neighborhood Services:  Rich Buquet)

RRENT BUSINESS

CURRENT BUSINESS

 

8.                  SANDAG BRIEFING - ESCONDIDO BUS RAPID TRANSIT ROUTE 350 PROJECT - Request Council receive a briefing from SANDAG staff regarding the Escondido Bus Rapid Transit Route 350 Project.

 

Staff Recommendations:  Receive and File (Engineering Services:  Ed Domingue)

 

9.                  COOPERATIVE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES (EMS) MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF ESCONDIDO AND THE CITY OF SAN MARCOS - Request Council authorize the City Manager to complete the final negotiations and to execute a contract for cooperative EMS management functions between the City of Escondido and the City of San Marcos.

 

Staff Recommendations:  Approval (Fire Department:  Michael Lowry)

 

            RESOLUTION NO. 2011-34

10.              FIRE STATION #4, LOCATED AT 3301 BEAR VALLEY PARKWAY, RECONSTRUCTION, FINANCING PLAN AND BUDGET ADJUSTMENT - Request Council approve the financing plan for the reconstruction of Fire Station #4 located at 3301 Bear Valley Parkway; and request Council authorize Fire Department Staff to enter into an agreement with the architect and begin the RFP process; and request Council approve the budget adjustment for increased rental fees to Aegis Senior Living in the amount of $27,000 from Economic Uncertainty Reserves.

 

Staff Recommendations:  Approval (Fire Department:  Michael Lowry)

 

11.              GENERAL PLAN UPDATE STATUS AND CLIMATE ACTION PLAN (CASE NO.: PHG 09-0020, PHG 10-0016) - Request Council endorse the General Plan land use study areas that have been refined based on a preliminary evaluation and market feasibility analysis.

 

Staff Recommendations:  Direct staff to proceed with preparation of the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) (Community Development/Planning:  Barbara Redlitz)


 

CURRENT BUSINESS - Continued

 

12.              TERMINATION OF THE CHARROS LEASE - Request Council authorize staff to proceed with the termination of the Charros Association's lease to allow for the construction of a Water Distribution Division administration and operations building.

 

Staff Recommendations:  Approval (Utilities Division:  Lori Vereker and City Manager's Office: Joyce Masterson)

 

13.              CHARTER CITY PROPOSAL - Request Council consider the subject of becoming a charter city.

 

Staff Recommendations:  None (City Council:  Deputy Mayor Marie Waldron and Council Member Ed Gallo)

 

BRIEFING (Staff)

FUTURE AGENDA

 

 

14.       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)

 

UNCIL/COMMISSION/ MEMBERS COMMENTS

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

 

COUNCILMEMBER’S COMMITTEE REPORTS/COMMENTS/BRIEFING

 

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

 

 

 

ADJOURNMENT