City Council Agenda - May 14, 2001

CITY OF DALY CITY

REGULAR MEETING – CITY COUNCIL

AGENDA

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MONDAY, MAY 14, 2001 - 7:00 P.M.

 

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CALL TO ORDER:

PLEDGE TO THE FLAG:

ROLL CALL:

Presentation: Daly City First Program & Website (Martin/Wilson/Curran)

CONSENT AGENDA

All items listed on the Consent Agenda are considered to be routine and may be approved by one roll call vote of the City Council. There shall be no separate discussion of the matters on the Consent Agenda unless requested by a member of the City Council. If discussion is required, that item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and will be considered separately at the end of the Agenda.

Communications:

1.

Department of Public Works - re: Approving Plans and Specifications, Affirming CEQA Determination and Authorizing Solicitation of Bids for Sidewalk Ramps 2001

2.

City Treasurer - re: Quarterly Cash Investment Report

Resolutions:

3.

Resolution Extending Declaration of Local Emergency

4.

Accepting Pacific Gas and Electric Light Emitting Diode (LED) Rebate and Approving Purchase of LED Traffic Signal Indications from Fortel Communications

5.

Setting Time and Place of Public Hearing - re: Considering Establishment of No Parking Restrictions for Street Sweeping on Both Sides of Allan Street Set Hearing 06/11/01

6.

Setting Time and Place of Public Hearing - re: Adoption of the Urban Water Management Plan 2000 Set Hearing 05/29/01

7.

Authorization to Purchase Replacement Police Department Application Server

8.

Authorizing Extension of Agreement for Independent Audit Services

9.

Endorsing the Bay Area Alliance Action Plan for Sustainable Growth

10.

Authorizing Budgetary Transfer:

  1. Appropriation of $18,000 of Donations from Supporters of Doelger Senior Center to the Doelger Senior Center Expansion Project

11.

Amending Traffic Regulations:

  1. Install a northbound Stop Control on Hill Street and a southbound Stop Control on Station Avenue at West Market Street.
  2. Establish a 12.5-foot long No Parking Zone on the Seacrest Court between the No. 2 and No. 10 Seacrest Court driveways.
  3. Implement the following parking improvements on School Street between Station Avenue and Junipero Serra Boulevard:
  4. •Convert the six (6) existing westbound 2-hour time limit parking stalls, beginning 47 feet west of Station Avenue and continuing 178 feet west, to 2-hour time limit parking meters

    •Establish three (3) westbound 2-hour time limit parking stalls, beginning 47 feet west of Station Avenue and continuing 66 feet west

    •Rescind two (2) portions of the eastbound No Parking Zone, the first portion beginning 193 feet west of Station Avenue and continuing 13 feet west, and the second portion beginning 221 feet west of Station Avenue and continuing 20 feet west

  5. Install a northbound Stop Control on Bryant Street and 92nd Street.
  6. Prohibit parking between 7:00 and 9:00 AM on weekdays on westbound Washington Street beginning at the eastern edge of the I-280 northbound on-ramp and continuing 95 feet east.

Check Registers:

12.

Check Registers for the Month of April 2001

END OF CONSENT AGENDA

RESOLUTIONS:

20.

Authorizing Approval of Agreement with Mock/Wallace Architects for Design and Construction Support Services for the War Memorial Community Center and Library

 

 

 PUBLIC HEARINGS:

30.

Planning Commission - re: Precise Plan for Planned Development, Zone Change, Design Review, Compliance with HCP and Environmental Assessment to Allow Construction of a Storage Facility at Carter Street, West of Bayridge Drive

  1. EA (Mitigated Negative Declaration)
  2. Findings
  3. PD-55, ZC00-2, DR00-6

 

 

31.

Application for Limited Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity - Taxicabs and/or Handicapped Serving Vans from Peninsula Yellow Cab Company

 

 

32.

Affirming Penalties and Costs Associated with the Code Enforcement Case at 715 Higate Avenue

 

 

33.

Allocating Funds for Public Nuisance Abatement and Authorizing Placement of Lien at 918 Hanover Street

 

 

COMMUNICATIONS:

40.

Planning Commission - re: Use Permit, Variance, Design Review and Environmental Assessment to Allow Construction of Two Restaurants with Drive-Through Windows and a 50-Foot Pole Sign at 260 Washington Street

  1. EA (Negative Declaration)
  2. Findings
  3. UP01-1, V01-1, DR01-2

 

 

41.

Planning Commission - re: Use Permit, Design Review and Environmental Assessment to Demolish an Existing Single Family Residence and Construct a New Duplex in the R-1/A Zone at 138 Willits Streets (Cont'd. from 4/23/01)

  1. EA (Categorical Exemption)
  2. Findings
  3. UP00-17, DR00-25

 

 

42.

Planning Commission - re: Use Permit, Design Review and Environmental Assessment to Legalize and Expand an Existing Nonconforming Duplex in the R-1/A Zone at 499 Westlake Avenue (Cont'd. from 4/23/01)

  1. EA (Categorical Exemption)
  2. Findings
  3. UP00-16, DR00-24

 

 

PUBLIC APPEARANCES/ORAL COMMUNICATIONS:

NOTE: Speakers are limited to two minutes, unless modified by the Mayor. The Council cannot take action on any matter raised under this item.

APPOINTMENTS: Board/Commission Membership

Committee Appointments

REPORTS:

50.

City Council

 

 

51.

Staff

 

 

CLOSED SESSION:

A.

Conference with Labor Negotiator:

1. City Negotiator: IEDA Glen Berkheimer

Employee Organization: Police OfficersAssociation

2. City Negotiator: IEDA Glen Berkheimer

Employee Organization: Firefighters Association, Local 1879

 

 

ADJOURNMENT: