Funds will be absorbed within the Fiscal Year 2018 Council Administration Budget. Proposed Actions: Adopt the following ordinance which was introduced on 5/15/2018, Item 50. (Council voted 7-0. Council President Cole and Councilmember Sherman not present): CONSENT, ORDINANCES TO BE INTRODUCED: CONSENT, ORDINANCES TO BE ADOPTED: Tuesday, June 12, 2018 Page 5
The two new Program Manager unclassified position's annual cost, including salaries and fringe benefits, of approximately 462,000, and the new Program Coordinator position s annual cost, including salary and fringe, of approximately 115,000, for a total of approximately 577,000 will be funded by the Human Resources Department s General Fund Operating Budget. As a result of promotions, the Department will be using funds from these vacancies to help offset the cost to the General Fund. Proposed Actions: Adopt the following ordinance which was introduced on 5/15/2018, Item 51. (Council voted 7-0. Council President Cole and Councilmember Sherman not present):
Public Works: Elif Cetin, (619) 533-3794 City Attorney Contact: Mark M. Mercer Tuesday, June 12, 2018 Page 8 Item 56: Fourth Amendment to the Agreement for Advanced Metering Infrastructure System between Itron, Inc. and the City of San Diego.
Transportation Storm Water: Stephen Celniker, (619) 533-3611 City Attorney Contact: Ryan P. Gerrity Tuesday, June 12, 2018 Page 9 Item 58: Georgia Street Bridge Improvements Accept Federal Funds and Authorize Fourth Amendment to the Consultant Agreement with Kleinfelder.
Fire-Rescue: Christopher Webber, (619) 323-5570 City Attorney Contact: William Gersten Item 61: Award the Consultant Agreement with Michael Baker International for professional services for the design and design support during construction of the Murphy Canyon Road Trunk Sewer Repair/Rehabilitation (H176923).
None with this action. All costs associated with the processing of this project are paid from a deposit account maintained by the applicant. Proposed Actions: Adopt the following ordinance which was introduced on 5/22/2018, Item 331, Subitem B. (Council voted 9-0): (O-2018-115) Approving a rezone changing approximately 40 acres located approximately south of State Route 56, between Camino del Sur and Black Mountain Road, within the Torrey Highlands Community Plan area from the CR-2-1 and RM 3-9 zones into the CC-3-5 and RX-1-2 zones, and taking related actions for the Merge 56 project. This subitem is not subject to the Mayor's veto.
The total amount for this Agreement is not-to-exceed 5,811,331.25. The Agreement shall be performed during three separate phases per the Phased Funding Schedule not-to-exceed 5 years. Each phase will be funded from the AGF00004 Mission Bay Improvements Fund 200386. Allocation of funds per each phase is as follows: 2,002,371 on date of execution of Agreement, 2,002,239.75 for Phase 2, and 1,806,720.50 for Phase 3. Proposed Actions: (R-2018-562) Resolution authorizing the Mayor, or his designee, to enter into an Agreement with Dudek, in an amount not-to-exceed 5,811,331.25 to provide environmental and engineering services, related to the Mission Bay Park Improvement PEIR. Committee Actions Taken: This item was heard at the Infrastructure Committee meeting on May 23, 2018. ACTION: Motion by Councilmember Zapf, second by Councilmember Ward, to recommend Council adopt the resolution.
Aerometals Inc. (AM) will provide the City of San Diego Fire-Rescue Department an aircraft installed Inlet Barrier Filter (IBF) valued at 195,000 plus installation valued at 25,000 for a total value of 220,000 on Fire- Rescue s new helicopter, a Sikorsky S70i. Proposed Actions: (R-2018-579) Resolution authorizing the Mayor, or his designee, to enter into a marketing agreement with Aerometals Inc., for an Inlet Barrier Filter from Aerometals, Inc., to be installed on the Fire-Rescue Department s new Sikorsky S70i helicopter. Committee Actions Taken: This item was heard at the Budget and Government Efficiency Committee meeting on May 23, 2018. ACTION: Motion by Councilmember Cate, second by Councilmember G mez, to adopt the resolution.
Corporate Partnership: Natasha Collura, (619) 533-3822 City Attorney Contact: Noah J Brazier Item 102: First Amendment to Ground Lease between City of San Diego and San Diego Community Land Trust: 3.3 acres of City-owned land south of Elrose Drive between Lauriston Drive and Paxton Drive (APN s 630-060- 24 and 630-160-62) in Otay Mesa-Nestor.
Settlement amount of 61,147.87 will be paid from Sewer Fund No. 700000. Proposed Actions: (R-2018-530) Resolution authorizing the Settlement of the Claim of Rex Panton to mitigate and remedy water damage to his property at 5395 Middleton Road on January 9, 2017. Claim No. 14779.
COUNCIL PRESIDENT PRO TEM BRY'S AND COUNCILMEMBER WARD'S RECOMMENDATION: Proclaiming May 10, 2018, to be New Children s Museum Day in the City of San Diego. Item 37: City Heights Law Day. COUNCILMEMBER G MEZ'S RECOMMENDATION: Proclaiming April 28, 2018, to be City Heights Law Day in the City of San Diego. Tuesday, June 12, 2018 Page 19 SPECIAL ORDERS OF BUSINESS None. ITEMS PULLED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA NON-AGENDA PUBLIC COMMENT This portion of the agenda provides an opportunity for members of the public to address the Council on items of interest within the jurisdiction of the Council. (Comments relating to items on today's docket are to be taken at the time the item is heard.) Per Section 22.0101, Rule 2.6.2, of the San Diego Municipal Code, comments are limited to two (2) minutes per speaker. Speakers may not allocate their time to other speakers. If there are eight (8) or more speakers on a single issue, the maximum time allotted for that issue will be sixteen (16) minutes. Non-Agenda Public Comment is limited to 30 minutes during the Tuesday morning Council session. Any remaining speakers will be given an opportunity to speak after Council concludes the remaining agenda items for that day. Speaker order will generally be decided on a first-come, first-served basis. However, in the event that there are more than fifteen (15) Non-Agenda Public Comment speakers on a particular Tuesday, priority may be given to those speakers who did not speak during Non- Agenda Public Comment at the most recent prior Council meeting.
No cost associated with proposed action. Proposed Actions: (O-2018-124) Introduction of an Ordinance amending Chapter 2, Article 2 of the San Diego Municipal Code by adding new Division 52, Sections 22.5201, 22.5202, 22.5203, and 22.5204, all relating to grants application, acceptance, and oversight. Committee Actions Taken: This item was heard at the Budget and Government Efficiency Committee meeting on March 14, 2018. ACTION: Motion by Chair Bry, second by Councilmember Gomez, to recommend Council approval of Staff Recommendation for Grants Approval Process as presented at Budget Committee with a threshold change to 1 million dollars and Section C to include to Council consideration.
Amount not-to-exceed 5,000,000 per Contract year of which 4,000,000 from the Water Fund, and 1,000,000 Municipal Sewer Fund, with the final allocation between Water and Municipal Sewer Funds reflecting the proportionate share of damages caused by water main breaks and sewer backups, respectively. Proposed Actions: (R-2018-588) Resolution authorizing an Agreement with Luth Turley, Inc., for as-needed remediation and clean up services in an amount not-to-exceed 5 million per year for up to five years, and related funding actions.
This action will authorize an expenditure of up to 10.35 million from the LMIHAF, for the City Loan as a below-market interest rate affordable housing loan for the development and construction of the Project, and authorize loan repayments to be deposited to the LMIHAF for future affordable housing. Please see staff report for additional information. Proposed Actions: (R-2018-577) Resolution making certain findings, approving the owner participation Agreement and the City's loan for the Link affordable housing project within the Centre City Redevelopment Project Area. Directing the City Clerk, or designee, to file a Notice of Determination with the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors for the County of San Diego regarding the Project.
Tuesday, June 12, 2018 Page 23 Item S500: Sale of Property - World Trade Center Garage (1245 Fifth Avenue) First Amendment to Purchase and Sale Agreement with Metropolitan/SDPB Fifth Avenue, LLC. (Added 6/6/18) This item will be considered in the afternoon session which is scheduled to begin at 2:00 p.m.
Proposed Actions: (R-2018-602) Resolution approving certain actions regarding the First Amendment to the Purchase Agreement for the Successor Agency's sale of the World Trade Center parking garage site located at 1245 Fifth Avenue in downtown San Diego.
Item S501: Park Boulevard At-Grade Crossing (Park Boulevard and Harbor Drive) - Bid and Award Construction Contracts and Authorize Consultant Contracts. (Added 6/6/18) The following item will be considered in the afternoon session which is scheduled to begin at 2:00 p.m.
Proposed Actions: (R-2018-585) A resolution of the City Council, acting in its capacity as the Board of the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency of the City of San Diego, approving expenditure of funds, and authorizing certain related actions and agreements, in connection with the Park Boulevard At-Grade Crossing Project.
This action will expend a total of 5.85 million, or 51,770 per unit, as a loan for the Project with a combination of excess housing bonds and the LMIHAF. In consultation with City Financial Management, Comptroller and City Attorney s office, the requested actions will approve the total expenditure of 5.85 million and allow the City to expend the total remaining housing bonds as follows, plus future interest. See Staff Report and Accounting Table for additional information. Proposed Actions: Subitem-A: (R-2018-190) Resolution making certain findings of benefit relating to the use of bond proceeds of the Centre City, Horton Plaza, and North Bay Redevelopment Project areas toward the Hilltop Euclid Affordable Housing Project, located in the Southeastern San Diego Merged Redevelopment Project Area. Subitem B: (R-2018-172 Cor. Copy 2) (Rev. 6/6/18) Resolution approving a Disposition and Development Agreement and a Purchase and Sale Agreement related to the Hilltop Euclid market-rate and Affordable Housing Projects in the Southeastern San Diego Merged Redevelopment Project Area, and making related findings and determinations, including a finding under the California Environmental Quality Act that the proposed projects are part of the development program evaluated in a prior certified Program Environmental Impact Report. Directing the City Clerk, or designee, to file a Notice of Determination with the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors for the County of San Diego regarding the Projects.
Proposed Actions: Tentative Map with Easement Vacation to allow the creation of six residential condominium units in an under-construction project and the vacation of a Slope Easement on a 0.20-acre site located at 4155 Maryland Street, in the RM-3-7 zone, within the Uptown Community Plan. The Project also includes a request to waive the requirement to underground existing off-site overhead utilities. (R-2018-547) Resolution approving Tentative Map No. 2025414 and Easement Vacation No. 2025415 for the Maryland Street TM project. This item is not subject to the Mayor's veto.
Development Services: Paul Godwin, (619) 446-5190 City Attorney Contact: Casey Shaw Item 335: Appeal of the Historical Designation of the Frazee-Kurts Paint and Wallpaper Building Located at 1045 Tenth Avenue. This item will be considered in the afternoon session which is scheduled to begin at 2:00 p.m.
No financial impacts with this action. Proposed Actions: An amendment is proposed to the City of San Diego s General Plan to comply with Senate Bill 1241 that requires jurisdictions with land classified as very high fire hazard severity zones must update the safety element to address risk of fire. The proposed amendment is in the Public Facilities Services and Safety Element Sections D and P.
Directing the City Clerk, or designee, to file a Notice of Determination with the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors for the County of San Diego regarding the Project. Subitem-B: (R-2018-575) Resolution adopting proposed amendments to the Public Facilities, Services and Safety Element of the General Plan. Committee Actions Taken: This item was heard at the Smart Growth Land Use Committee meeting on April 18, 2018. ACTION: Motion by Councilmember Sherman, second by Councilmember Zapf, to recommend Council adopts the resolution and the General Plan Amendment.
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