Minutes - January 28, 2008
CITY OF DALY CITY
MINUTES – REGULAR MEETING - CITY COUNCIL
JANUARY 28, 2008
The meeting was called to order by Mayor Klatt at 7:00 P.M.
ROLL CALL: Councilmembers Present:
Carol L. Klatt, Mayor
Judith A. Christensen
Michael P. Guingona
Patricia E. Martel, City Manager
Kerry E. Burns, Assistant City Manager
Rose L. Zimmerman, City Attorney
Maria E. Cortes, City Clerk
Leadership Academy Presentations
City Manager Patricia Martel stated the Daly City Leadership Academy’s purpose is to develop eligible employees in middle management positions to take over management positions when we leave so that this organization and community is left in good hands in the future.
Ms. Martel introduced the Daly City Leadership Academy’s Green Team members, Jennifer Der, Jeffrey Fornesi, Daneca Halverson, Sue Horst and Tatum Mothershead and also the Platinum Team members, Robert Ovadia, Patricia Duffy, Michael Patolo, Sheikh Hussain, Judy Huey and Denise Patch. Ms. Martel introduced Ms. Joanne Schultz, who provided individual training on public speaking.
The Green Team gave a PowerPoint presentation on the draft citywide Green Policy and Marketing Campaign and reviewed the five categories of the Green Policy components. Green Team was advised by Michael Stallings, Director of Parks and Recreation and Patrick Sweetland, Director of Water and Wastewater Resources.
The Platinum Team gave a PowerPoint presentation on behalf of the Daly City Library and reviewed the objective to reach out to baby boomers and seniors to assess their needs to increase their patronage of our libraries. The Platinum Team was advised by Carol Simmons, Library Director.
COUNCIL COMMITTEE REPORTS:
There were no reports.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
There were no minutes.
APPROVAL OF AGENDA:
It was moved by Councilmember Torres, seconded by Councilmember Guingona and carried to approve the agenda.
Quarterly Cash and Investments Report
Approving Plans and Specifications, Affirming CEQA Determination and Authorizing Solicitation of Bids for Mussel Rock Landfill Site Maintenance 2008
Report on Collection and Use of Developer Public Facility Fees
Reconfirming the City of Daly City’s Annual Statement of Investment Policy as Required by State Law
Resolution No. 08-6, Adopting Statement of Investment Policy for the City of Daly City
Accepting Notice of Completion for Sullivan Avenue 91st Street Storm Drain Repair
Resolution No. 08-7, Accepting Completion of Certain Project in the Department of Public Works (Sullivan Avenue and 91st Street Storm Drain Repair)
Accepting Notice of Completion for Street Slurry Seal 2007-2008 and Southgate Avenue Bike Lanes
Resolution No. 08-8, Accepting Completion of Certain Project in the Department of Public Works (Street Slurry Seal 2007-2008 and Southgate Avenue Bike Lanes)
Accepting Notice of Completion for Westmoor Avenue/Skyline Boulevard Intersection Improvements
Resolution No. 08-9, Accepting Completion of Certain Project in the Department of Public Works (Westmoor Avenue/Skyline Boulevard Intersection Improvements)
Approving the Chamber of Commerce Annual Contract for 2007-2008
Resolution No. 08-10, Authorizing Execution of Agreement with Daly City/Colma Chamber of Commerce
Authorizing Termination of the California Public Entity Insurance Authority (CPEIA) Joint Powers Agreement
Resolution No. 08-11, Terminating the California Public Entity Insurance Authority Joint Powers Agreement
Authorizing Execution of Professional Services Agreement with G&E Engineering Systems Inc. to Prepare Seismic Assessment at Selected Water Facilities
Resolution No. 08-12, Approving and Authorizing Execution of Professional Services Agreement with G & E Engineering Systems, Inc.
END OF CONSENT AGENDA
It was moved by Councilmember Torres, seconded by Councilmember Guingona and carried to approve and adopt the Consent Agenda.
Use Permit and Environmental Assessment to Construct a New Two-Unit Residential Duplex at 320 Woodrow Street
Senior Planner Tatum Mothershead gave a PowerPoint presentation of the project site and reviewed the applicant’s request for approval of a use permit to demolish the existing home and construct a new three story duplex with six parking spaces, four in the enclosed garage and two in the driveway at 320 Woodrow Street.
These plans are similar to plans for a project at the same address and were approved by the Planning Commission and City Council in November 2004. Use permits expire one year after issuance unless a building permit was received. In this case, they did not receive a building permit so the use permit expired.
It was moved by Councilmember Guingona, seconded by Councilmember Torres and carried to concur with the Categorical Exemption under CEQA requirements.
It was moved by Councilmember Guingona, seconded by Councilmember Gomez and carried by unanimous roll call vote to adopt the following resolution:
Resolution No. 08-13, Adopting Findings of Fact and Imposing Conditions of Approval on Use Permit (UP07-5), to Construct a New Duplex (320 Woodrow Street)
PUBLIC APPEARANCES/ORAL COMMUNICATIONS:
Dr. Helen Nicely, a biologist, resident/owner of a coast side home on Skyline Drive, and a Board Member of the Skyline/Palisades Resident Association was concerned about the plastic bags and styrofoam containers that end up in the storm drains, bluffs and beaches below her property. She proposed an urgent ban on plastic bags and styrofoam containers be adopted.
Board/Commission Membership-Committee Appointments
There were no appointments.
The Council Committee (Christensen/Guingona) reported on the Housing Committee – 35 Hillcrest Marking Plan
Councilmember Gomez reported on the meeting of the County Emergency Service Council she attended last Thursday. Councilmember Gomez stated the County of Emergency Service is requesting that a link of the website, www.smcready.org, be on the City’s webpage. It is about disaster preparedness and readiness throughout San Mateo County.
Councilmember Christensen reported on the meeting of the Congestion Management and Air Quality Commission she attended. They are asking for proposals from different cities to establish what their carbon emission is now to get a base line. Also discussed was an analysis they did on all the shuttle systems in the County. The shuttle service in Brisbane and the Bayshore neighborhood are the lowest cost per passenger for door to door service.
City Manager Patricia Martel announced that this Saturday and Sunday, Daly City is having an electronic recycling event from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the front parking lot of City Hall.
It was moved by Councilmember Torres, seconded by Councilmember Guingona and carried to recess the meeting to sit in Closed Session.
The meeting reconvened at 9:00 P.M.
From the regular meeting/closed session of the Daly City City Council the following report is provided pursuant to California Government Code Section 54957.1 (The Ralph M. Brown Act):
A. Conference with Labor Negotiator:
Per Government Code Section 54957.6(b)
City Negotiator: Glenn Berkheimer
Employee Organization: All Bargaining Units/Unrepresented Employees
Conference with Labor Negotiator regarding labor negotiations pursuant to section 54957.6 of the Government Code. Council authorized City negotiators to continue negotiations with all bargaining units.
B. Conference with Legal Counsel-Anticipated Litigation
Potential Litigation Exposure. Conference with Attorneys and Staff Concerning Potential Litigation to Government Code Section 54956.9(b).
Council updated on current status of anticipated litigation. Authority was given to City Attorney to continue negotiations.
It was moved by Councilmember Torres, seconded by Councilmember Guingona and carried to adjourn the meeting in memory of Doris Hill, Haruhiko Okazaki, Jeffrey Rhodes, Denna Sneddon, William Eatmon, and Donna Marie Pengel.
MARIA E. CORTES
Approved as submitted, this 24th
day of March , 2008.
CAROL L. KLATT