Council Actions July 16, 2019

Council Actions July 16, 2019

City Council Actions from July 16, 2019

 

 5.        CONSENT CALENDAR: 

a.         Approval of Reading by Title and Waiver of Reading in Full of Ordinances on this Agenda.  (Pg 5) Approved.

*b.          Review and Approve that the Warrants, as Certified by the City/Agency Treasurer, are all Correct, Just, and Conform to the Approved Budgets for FY 2018-2019 and FY 2019-2020.  (Pg 7) Approved.

c.         Accept the Cays Bulkhead Maintenance Project and Direct the City Clerk to File a Notice of Completion.  (Pg 93) The Council accepted the Cays Bulkhead Maintenance project and directed the City Clerk to file a Notice of Completion.

d.         Accept the Eighth Street and Coronado Avenue Storm Drain Emergency Repairs Project and Direct the City Clerk to File a Notice of Completion.  (Pg 95) The Council accepted the Eighth Street and Coronado Avenue Storm Drain, and subsequent Wastewater Emergency Repair project, and directed the City Clerk to file a Notice of Completion.

e.         Accept the Second and Orange Parklets Project and Direct the City Clerk to File a Notice of Completion.  (Pg 97) The Council accepted the Second and Orange Parklets project and directed the City Clerk to file a Notice of Completion.

f.          Accept the Digital Fire Services Dispatch System Project and Direct the City Clerk to File a Notice of Completion.  (Pg 99) The Council accepted the Digital Fire Services Dispatch System project and directed the City Clerk to file a Notice of Completion.

g.         Appropriate an Additional $27,000 and Authorize the City Manager to Award a Professional Services Contract to Van Dyke Landscape Architects for a Not-to-Exceed Amount of $107,000 for the Cays Park Master Plan Project.  (Pg 101) The Council appropriated an additional $27,000 from Capital Projects Fund 400 and authorize the City Manager to execute an agreement with Van Dyke Landscape Architects, Inc. for a not-to-exceed amount of $107,000 for the Cays Park Master Plan project. 

h.         Authorize the City Manager to Execute a Cooperative Purchasing Agreement with Xylem for One Replacement Mobile Pump and As-Needed Remote Monitoring Services.  (Pg 107) The Council authorized the City Manager to execute a cooperative purchasing agreement with Xylem for a mobile pump purchase and as-needed remote monitoring services for use at various pump stations at an anticipated cost of $76,000.

i.          Authorization to Advertise for Bid the Sewer Force Main Project from Naval Base Coronado Coastal Campus to Coronado Cays Pump Station.   (Pg 113) The Council authorized staff to advertise for bid the City’s Naval Base Coronado Coastal Campus Force Main project.

**j.      Authorization to Advertise the State Route 75 Median Improvements Project (R H Dana Place to Pomona Avenue) for Bid.  (Pg 117) The Council authorized staff to advertise the State Route 75 Median Improvements project for bid for the three medians between R. H. Dana Place/Adella Avenue and Pomona Avenue, and directed staff to issue a work change order to expand the scope of work to include improve the landscaping of an existing concrete asphalt median at a later time.

k.         Authorize the City Manager to Issue a Request for Bids (RFB) for the Purchase of Up to Twelve Vehicles.  (Pg 121) The Council authorized the City Manager or Designee to initiate a Request for Bids (RFB) process for the purchase of up to twelve vehicles programmed into the Fiscal Year 2019-20 budget term.

l.          Authorize Staff to Advertise a Full-Service Maintenance Contract for the Aquatic Center Pools and Support Equipment for Bid, to Include Replacement of the Competition Pool Heater.  (Pg 123) The Council authorized staff to advertise the Coronado Aquatic Center pool maintenance service and competition pool heater replacement project for bid.

m.        Adopt a Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado Authorizing the City Manager to Accept the Caltrans Adaptation Planning Grant for a Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Plan.  (Pg 125) The Council adopted the resolution authorizing the acceptance of Caltrans Adaptation Planning Grant Funds for Fiscal Year 2019-2020 for Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Plan.

n.         Designation of Voting Delegate for the League of California Cities Annual Conference October 16-18, 2019.  (Pg 133) The Council appointed Councilmember Marvin Heinze as the voting delegate at the League of California Cities Annual Business Meeting and Councilmember Mike Donovan as the alternate.

o.         Adopt “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado Authorizing the Filing of an Application to The Institute for Local Government’s Beacon Program and Sustainability Best Practices Award: Local Leadership Toward Solving Climate Change.”  (Pg 137) The Council adopted the resolution supporting the City of Coronado’s participation in the Institute for Local Government’s Beacon Award Program.

p.         Receive Report on the 50th Anniversary Celebration of the San Diego-Coronado Bridge; and Adopt a Resolution Approving the Filing of an Application for Grant Funding for Events Commemorating the Bridge’s 50th Anniversary from the County of San Diego Neighborhood Reinvestment Program and, if Awarded, Authorize the City Manager to Execute the Grant Agreement.  (Pg 141) The Council received a report on the 50th anniversary celebration of the San Diego-Coronado Bridge and adopted a resolution approving the filing of an application for grant funding from the County of San Diego Neighborhood Reinvestment Program and authorized the City Manager to execute the grant agreement.

 

10.       CITY COUNCIL:

b.         Approve Sending a Comment Letter to the Unified Port of San Diego on the Discussion Draft of the Port Master Plan Update.  (Pg 165) The Council approved sending a letter as proposed with the following comments:

  • Further emphasize that the surrounding residential areas are incompatible with the Master Plan;
  • Further emphasize that the current document would further exacerbate traffic and parking in the area, and that the Port should recognize and take responsibility for its changes to the Ferry Landing that will change traffic circulation that will negatively impact local neighborhoods;
  • Clarify that the City does not want to see a hotel at the Coronado Ferry Landing but would be willing to allow the existing hotels in Coronado to add more rooms;
  • Include information about the Tidelands Overlay Zone, and language related to the 40-foot height limit, and traffic mitigation.
  • Include language that any use proposed have its impact considered on the neighborhood;
  • Consider other options for dinghy docks;
  • Include stronger language against providing a continuous walkway around the bay, particularly around the Golf Course and Coronado Yacht Club;
  • Include discussion of a mobility hub, curb space and tour buses and other uses for group transportation be provided for;
  • Include reference to the 1978 Memorandum of Understanding that has specific details supporting the City signed by the Port;
  • Include language that the City encourages the emphasis of performance venues versus other uses and reference a policy in the Master Plan that provides for a variety of commercial recreation opportunities, including restaurants, visitor-serving retail, cultural uses and performance venues;
  • Include that the City does not want any extra slips past the bulkhead line;
  • Include a strong closing statement;
  • Keep the language that specifically calls out the Golf Course.

c.         Recommendation Regarding Conceptual Improvements Developed as Part of the Five Points Intersection Improvement Project.  (Pg 171) The Council continued the item to the September 3 meeting. 

d.         Receive Report on Coronado Village Sidewalks.  (Pg 187) The Council received a report regarding the history, current status, and procedures for repair of the Village sidewalks and directed staff to add scoring as the required sidewalk finish going forward excluding the Coronado Cays.

**e.     Climate Action Plan Update.  (Pg 195) The Council accepted the report.

f.          Adopt “A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Coronado to Prohibit Right Turns onto Palm Avenue from Northbound Alameda Boulevard Between the Hours of 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.”  (Pg 197) (1) The Council adopted a resolution to prohibit right turns onto Palm Avenue from northbound Alameda Boulevard between the hours of 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. and enhance signage on the restrictions; and (2) Directed staff to monitor the area for 60 days to determine if the turn restriction has shifted the drivers to another local street such as Second Street; if it has, return this item to the City Council with additional recommendations.

**g.     Consideration of Reappointment of One Incumbent, Janice McElroy, to Serve a Second, Three-Year Term on the Design Review Commission.  (Pg 209) The Council reappointed Janice McElroy to a second three-year term that will expire on July 31, 2022.

h.         Consider Adopting a Resolution of the City Council Opposing Modifications to the 2004 TransNet Extension Ordinance and Supporting Preserving $25 Million in TransNet Funds for a Coronado Specific Project.  (Pg 213) The Council adopted a resolution in opposition to modifications to the 2004 TransNet extension ordinance and support for preserving $25 million in TransNet Funds for a Coronado specific project. The Council modified the resolution to replace the fourth item:

“WHEREAS, the City Council opposes modifying the TransNet ordinance to redirect funding intended for highway projects for other transit projects.”

With the following language:

“Whereas, while the City Council supports a balanced approach to public transportation development as well as highway improvements, we oppose modifying the TransNet ordinance to redirect funding intended for highway projects for other transit projects.”

i.          Adopt a Resolution Establishing the Coronado Mobility Commission and Rescinding Resolution No. 8496 that Established the Bicycle Advisory Committee and Introduction of “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Repealing Chapter 2.74 of Title 2 of the Coronado Municipal Code that Established the Coronado Transportation Commission.”  (Pg 217) The Council adopted a resolution establishing the Coronado Mobility Commission and setting forth duties and responsibilities thereof and rescinding Resolution No. 8496 which established the Bicycle Advisory Committee” and introduced “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Coronado, California, Repealing Chapter 2.74 of Title 2 of the Coronado Municipal Code that established the Coronado Transportation Commission” and directed the City Clerk to read the title of the proposed ordinance.

 

12.       COMMUNICATIONS - WRITTEN: 

a.         Consideration of Councilmember Benzian’s and Donovan’s Request that the City Council Agendize an Item Regarding Establishing a City Ordinance to Prohibit Gas-Powered Leaf Blowers Within the City Limits.  (Pg 225) The Council voted to place the matter on a future agenda for consideration.

b.         Consideration of Councilmember Sandke’s Request that the City Council Agendize an Item to Direct Staff to Consider Additional Pedestrian Safety and Traffic Calming Measures at the Intersection of Sixth and Pomona.  (Pg 229) The Council agreed to have the new Coronado Mobility Committee or Traffic Operations Committee review the request.

c.         Consideration of Councilmember Sandke’s Request that the City Council Agendize an Item to Direct the Installation of Painted Green Surface of the Bayshore Bikeway at its Intersection with the Coronado Yacht Club.  (Pg 233) The Council agreed to have the new Coronado Mobility Committee or Traffic Operations Committee review the request to look at improvements to the safety of the intersection and include best practices of active transportation planning.

 

Note:   Items denoted by an asterisk (*) are related to the Successor Agency to the Community Development Agency of the City of Coronado. Items denoted by two asterisks (**) signify that the item was removed from the Consent Calendar for discussion or was adopted as part of the Consent Calendar.

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Posted on 08/28/2019
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