City Council Agenda - October 27, 2003

CITY OF DALY CITY

 

REGULAR MEETING – CITY COUNCIL

 

AGENDA

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2003 - 7:00 P.M.

 

For those wishing to address the City Council on any Item on the Agenda or under Public Appearances/Oral Communications, please complete a Speaker Card located at the entrance to the Council Chambers and submit to a Staff Member as early in the meeting as possible.

 

Persons with disabilities who require auxiliary aids or services in attending or participating in this meeting should call the Office of the City Clerk at 991-8078 as soon as possible.

 

CALL TO ORDER:

PLEDGE TO THE FLAG:

ROLL CALL:

 

Presentation:     Police Officers Standards and Training Presentation to Chief Gary McLane (Mario Rodriguez)

                        Junior Giants Program

 

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.

 

Resolutions:

 

1.

Authorizing Agreement with the Mid-Peninsula Boys and Girls Club for the Operation, Provision of Services and Use of the Bayshore Community Center

 

2.

Endorsement of the “Cities That Read” Statewide Campaign for Literacy

 

3.

Adopting Findings of Fact for Precise Plan for Plan Development PD-58, Zone Change ZC02-2, Subdivision SUB03-1 and Design Review DR02-9 to Allow Construction of a Mixed-Use Project Consisting of 15,420 Square Feet of Ground Floor Commercial Space, 87 Senior Apartments and Nine Single-Family Homes at 2665 Geneva Avenue

 

4.

Setting Time and Place of Public Hearing – Re:  Amending Citizen Participation Plan for the HOME and Community Block Grant Programs                                                                      Set Hearing 11/24/03

 

5.

Appropriation of $50,000 for Short Term Repair of Giammona Swimming Pool

 

6.

Authorizing Budgetary Adjustments:

 

A.       Appropriation of $2,637 to Police Over Time Account from Reimbursements

B.       Appropriation of $300 Donation from Target Corporation for Police Equipment

 

7.

Setting Time and Place of Public Hearing – Re:  Supplemental Law Enforcement Service Fund (SLES)                                                                                                                          Set Hearing 11/10/03

 

8.

Acceptance of Homeland Security Overtime Program Grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Policing Services in the Amount of $226,552

 

9.

Resolution Commending Duane Bolton Upon His Retirement

 

10.

Resolution Commending Michael Gerald Scott Upon His Retirement

 

11.

Resolution Commending Leslie W. Keate Upon His Retirement

 

END OF CONSENT AGENDA

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS:   

 

20.

Use of Local Law Enforcement Block Grant Funds of $52,590 (LLEBG – 2003/2004) for Police Communication Center Equipment Replacement

 

 

 

COMMUNICATIONS:

 

30.

Planning Commission – Re:  Use Permit and Environmental Assessment to Legalize an Accessory Structure in the R-1 Zone at 89-93 Vendome (Cont’d. from 10/13/03)

 

A.       EA (Categorical Exemption)

B.        Findings

C.       UP03-9

 

 

 

31.

Planning Commission – Re:  Use Permit and Environmental Assessment to Continue Operation of a Twelve-Bed Adult Care Residential Facility at 344 Frankfort Street

 

A.             EA (Categorical Exemption)

B.              Findings

C.             UP03-7

 

 

 

32.

Planning Commission – Re:  Use Permit and Environmental Assessment to Allow Installation of a Roof Mounted Wireless Telecommunication Facility Above 36 Feet in the C-2 (Heavy Commercial) Zone at 1 Serramonte Center

 

A.             EA (Categorical Exemption)

B.              Findings

C.             UP03-10

 

 

 

33.

Planning Commission – Re:  Variance and Environmental Assessment to Allow an Addition to a Single-Family Dwelling that does not meet Current Parking Requirements at 130 Templeton Avenue

 

A.             EA (Categorical Exemption)

B.              Findings

C.             V03-2

 

 

 

RESOLUTIONS:

 

40.

Authorization to Approve Change to Authorized Library Fees for Computer Guest Cards and Test-Proctoring Services

 

 

 

41.

Approving North County Fire Authority Joint Powers Agreement and Accepting Invitation to Join

 

 

ORDINANCES:

 

50.

Second Reading, Ordinance No. 1303, Amending the Daly City Zoning Map – Rezoning Certain Parcels to Planned Development Zone (PD-58) and Adopting Planned Development Standards (Zone Change ZC02-2 for Planned Development PD-58) (Former El Rancho Market Site)

 

 

 

51.

Second Reading, Ordinance No. 1304, Rescinding Chapter 5.92 of the Daly City Municipal Code (Daly City Consumer Financial Privacy Ordinance)

 

 

 

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:

 

60.

City Council

 

 

 

61.

Staff

 

 

 

CLOSED SESSION:

 

A.

Conference With Legal Counsel – Threatened Litigation (Cont’d. from 10/13/03)

 

On advice of legal counsel, closed session is authorized under the Government Code Section 54956.9 on a claim of pending litigation; in the opinion of the City Attorney, stating the claimant/litigation at this time would jeopardize the ability to conclude settlement negotiations to the City’s advantage

 

ADJOURNMENT: