City Council Agenda - January 23, 2006

 

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 2006 - 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:

 

Presentations:     Parks for the Future (Julia Bott, Adrienne Tissier)

                          Proclamation for Wear Red for Women Day (Karen Strain)

 

Council Committee Reports:

 

            None

 

Approval of Minutes:

 

            Regular Meeting of December 12, 2005

 

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 Finance – re: Report on Collection and Use of Developer Public Facility Fees

 

2.

City Treasurer – re: Quarterly Cash and Investment Report

 

Resolutions:

 

3.

Commending Robert Habermas Upon His Retirement

 

4.

Commending Dave Boffi Upon His Retirement

 

5.

Commending Dennis J. Bennett Upon His Retirement

 

6.

Commending Fred J. Gualco Upon His Retirement

 

7.

Authorizing Execution of the Local Agency-State Agreement for the Bicycle Transportation Account (BTA) Grant, and Appropriating Grant Funds for the Lake Merced Boulevard Bikeway Project

 

8.

Authorizing Execution of the Funding Agreements with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (Air District) for the Lake Merced Boulevard and Southgate Avenue Bikeways

 

9.

Authorizing Erasure of Public Safety Radio/Telephone Tape Recordings for October, November and December of 2004

 

10.

Authorizing Destruction of Pre-Employment Records Pertaining to Employees, Former Employees, and Non-Hired Applicants of the Daly City Police Department, and Destruction of Records No Longer Needed in any Claim or Litigation

 

11.

Adopting Findings of Fact Following Council’s Denial of Public Convenience and Necessity for Alcohol Beverage Control License for Convenience Store and Gas Station at 4698 Callan Boulevard

 

12.

Extending the Existence of a Local Emergency for Local Storms

 

13.

Authorizing Subgrantee Contract Agreement for Mobile Dental Program Under Community Development Block Grant Program for Fiscal Year 2005-06

 

14.

Authorizing Budgetary Adjustments:

 

A. Appropriating Donation from Friends of the Library in the Amount of $1,500 for the Big Cozy Books at Bayshore Library

 

END OF CONSENT AGENDA

 

COMMUNICATIONS:                                                         

 

20.

Planning Commission – re: Minor Subdivision and Environmental Assessment to Subdivide One Lot into Two at 96 Penhurst Avenue

 

A.     EA (Negative Declaration)

B.     Findings

  1. MS05-4

 

21.

Planning Commission – re: Use Permit and Environmental Assessment to Construct a New Duplex at 116 Woodrow Street

 

A.     EA (Categorically Exempt)

B.     Findings

  1. UP05-20

 

RESOLUTIONS:                                                        

 

30.

Approving a Contract from January 1, 2006 through June 30, 2008 Between the City of Daly City and the County of San Mateo Human Service Agency for $995,000 to Provide Differential Response Child Protection Services for the Residents of Daly City

 

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:

 

40.

Council Committee

 

 

 

41.

City Council

 

 

 

42.

Staff

 

 

 

CLOSED SESSION:

 

A.

Conference with Labor Negotiator:

 

1. City Negotiator: Glen Berkheimer

Employee Organization: AFSCME Local 919

 

2. City Negotiator: Glen Berkheimer

Employee Organization: Police Management Association

 

3. City Negotiator: Glen Berkheimer

Employee Organization: Police Officers Association

 

4. City Negotiator: Glen Berkheimer

Employee Organization: IAFF Local 1879 Firefighters

 

 

 

ADJOURNMENT: