City Council Agenda - March 28, 2005

 

 

 

 

MONDAY, MARCH 28, 2005 - 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.

 

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CALL TO ORDER:

PLEDGE TO THE FLAG:

ROLL CALL:

 

Presentations:      Presentation of Medal of Valor to Officer Norman Palaby by Police Chief Gary McLane

                           Presentation of Silver Commendations to Officers Scott Hepler, Blake Lycett and Hans Castillo by Police Chief Gary McLane

 

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 and Authorizing Solicitation of Bids for Traffic Signal Painting

 

Resolutions:

 

2.

Adopting Findings re: Appeal of Approval for Administrative Use Permit AUP04-4 for Large Family Day Care Home at 82 Fairlawn Avenue (Cont’d. from 03/14/05)

 

3.

Accepting Notice of Completion for Carter Street Water Main

 

4.

Approving Application for Federal Surface Transportation Program (STP) Funding for Street Rehabilitation

 

5.

Amending Council Resolution No. 04-241 Regarding City’s Application for Federal Transportation Development Act (TDA) and Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Funds

 

6.

Accepting Completion of a New Generator Installation at the Alta Vista Pump Station

 

7.

Accepting and Appropriating Donation from Betty Campsie in the Amount of $5,000 to the Doelger Senior Center

 

8.

Authorizing Transfer of Three Parcels on Hillcrest Drive & 22 Los Olivos Avenue from the City of Daly City to the Redevelopment Agency

 

9.

Setting Time and Place of Public Hearing – re: Precise Plan for Planned Development PD-60 and Zone Change ZC03-2 to Establish a Planned Development Zoning District that would Allow for Construction of 96,005 Square Feet of Additional Commercial Space and Other Site Improvements on Existing Shopping Center Site – Westlake Shopping Center

                                                                                                                          Set Hearing 04/25/05

 

10.

Resolution Commending the Daughters of Charity on their 40th Anniversary and Acknowledging the Work of Seton Medical Center

 

END OF CONSENT AGENDA

 

RESOLUTIONS:

 

20.

Approval of Employment Agreement with Patricia E. Martel to Serve as City Manager

 

 

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS

 

30.

Supplemental Allocation of Law Enforcement Service Funds (SLES) in the Amount of $155,369

 

 

 

31.

Consideration of Recovery of Sidewalk Repair Costs Incurred at 656 Hanover Street

 

 

 

32.

Precise Plan for General Plan Amendment and Planned Development and Environmental Assessment to Allow Construction of 40-Unit Affordable Senior Housing Project at the Southside of Hillcrest Avenue, West of Mission Street

 

A.                 EA (Categorically Exempt)

B.                 Findings

C.                 GPA04-3

D.                 PD-62

 

 

 

AWARD OF BIDS/CONTRACTS:                           

 

40.

Streetlight Pole Replacements

 

 

 

COMMUNICATIONS:

 

50.

Planning Commission – re: Use Permit, Design Review and Environmental Assessment to Expand a Snack Shop at an Existing Service Station at 1690 Sullivan Avenue

 

A.                EA (Categorically Exempt)

B.                 Findings

C.                UP04-20, DR04-28

 

 

 

 

51.

Planning Commission – re: Coastal Development Permit and Environmental Assessment for a Deck Addition to an Existing Single-Family Dwelling at 168 Palisades Drive

 

A.                EA (Categorically Exempt)

B.                 Findings

C.                UP04-19

 

 

 

LEGISLATIVE COMMUNICATIONS:

 

60.

Pending Legislation:

 

A.     Resolution In Support of SB 60 – Immigrant Responsibility and Security Act (Cedillo)

 

B.    Resolution in Opposition to AB 194 – Brown Act Changes (Dymally)

 

 

 

PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS APPEARANCES/ORAL

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:

 

70.

City Council

 

 

 

71.

Staff

 

 

 

CLOSED SESSION:

 

A.

CONFERENCE WITH LABOR NEGOTIATORS

 

Negotiator: City Manager, City Attorney, Director of Human Resources

Bargaining Units: All Established and Recognized City Employee Organizations

 

 

 

ADJOURNMENT: