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CITY COUNCIL HOUSING AUTHORITY AND SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE EL CAJON REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

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Council Chamber 200 Civic Center Way

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El Cajon, CA 92020

Agenda JULY 9, 2019, 3:00 p.m.

Bill Wells, Mayor Graham Mitchell, City Manager Steve Goble, Deputy Mayor Vince DiMaggio, Assistant City Manager Gary Kendrick, Councilmember Morgan

Foley, City Attorney Bob McClellan, Councilmember Angela Cortez, City Clerk Phil Ortiz, Councilmember
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CALL TO ORDER: Mayor Bill Wells

ROLL CALL: City Clerk Angela Cortez

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO FLAG AND MOMENT OF SILENCE

POSTINGS: The City Clerk posted Orders of Adjournment of the June 25, 2019, Meeting and the Agenda of the July 9, 2019, Meetings in accordance to

State Law and Council/Authority/Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency Policy.
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PRESENTATIONS:

Presentation: Tobacco Retailer Licensing - 15th Year Anniversary

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Proclamation: Parks Recreation Month

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AGENDA CHANGES:

CONSENT ITEMS:

Consent Items are routine matters enacted by one motion according to the RECOMMENDATION listed below. With the concurrence of the City Council, a

Council Member or person in attendance may request discussion of a Consent Item at this time.
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1. Minutes of the City Council/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to the El Cajon Redevelopment Agency Meetings

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RECOMMENDATION:

That the City Council/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to the El Cajon Redevelopment Agency approves Minutes of the June 25, 2019, Meeting of the

El Cajon City Council/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to the El Cajon Redevelopment Agency.
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2. Warrants

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RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approves payment of Warrants as submitted by the Finance Department.

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3. Approval of Reading Ordinances by Title Only

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RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approves the reading by title and waive the reading in full of all Ordinances on the Agenda.

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4. Mother Goose Parade Association Sponsorship and In-Kind Support

RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approves the request from the Mother Goose Parade Association

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to participate as a sponsor and provide in-kind support for the 2019 Mother Goose Parade.

5. Award of RFQual No. 008-20 Consultant Services to Prepare Procurement Documents for Municipal Solid Waste

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RECOMMENDATION:

That the City Council adopts the next Resolution, in order, to: Deem Optimisation Management Group non-responsive for the reason set forth in this

agenda report; and
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1.

Enter into an agreement for consultant services to prepare procurement documents for municipal solid waste with R3 Consulting Group, Inc., in the

amount of 95,740.00 for a one-year term.
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2.

6. Designation of Voting Delegate and Alternate to League of California Cities Annual Conference, October 16-18, 2019

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RECOMMENDATION:

That the City Council designates Mayor Bill Wells as the Voting Delegate for the City of El Cajon, and Councilmember Phil Ortiz as the Alternate, for

the League of California Cities Annual Conference.
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7. Time Extension of Tentative Subdivision Map (TSM) 666; 1044 South Mollison Avenue; Engineering Job No. 3574

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RECOMMENDATION:

That the City Council grants a one-year time extension for TSM 666 (1044 South Mollison Avenue) and sets the new expiration date to be July 26, 2020,

in accordance with Municipal Code Section 16.12.110.
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8. Designation of Applicant's Agent Resolution for Non-State Agencies for CalOES

RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council approves the next Resolution, in order, approving the designation

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of an authorized agent for the filing of an application to the California Office of Emergency Services for the purpose of obtaining federal financial

assistance and/or state financial assistance for all open and future disasters.
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PUBLIC COMMENT:

At this time, any person may address a matter within the jurisdiction of the City Council/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to the El Cajon

Redevelopment Agency that is not on the Agenda. Comments relating to items on today s docket are to be taken at the time the item is heard. State law prohibits discussion or action on items not on the Agenda; however, Council, Authority and Agency Members may briefly respond to statements or questions. An item may be placed on a future Agenda.
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WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS:

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PUBLIC HEARINGS:

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9. Easement Summary Vacation at 512 Raleigh Avenue

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RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council:

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Opens the Public Hearing and receives testimony;1. Closes the Public Hearing; and 2. Adopts the next Resolution, in order, to summarily vacate the

12-foot easement at 512 Raleigh Avenue.
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3.

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS:

10. Rotational Night Homeless Shelter

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RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council discusses the findings of the report on rotational night shelter

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for homeless individuals and provides further direction, if any.

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COMMISSION REPORTS:

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ACTIVITIES REPORTS/COMMENTS OF MAYOR WELLS: SANDAG (San Diego Association of Governments) Board of Directors; SANDAG Audit Committee; League of

California Cities, San Diego Division; Heartland Fire Training JPA Alternate; LAFCO.
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11. Council Activity Report

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12. Legislative Report

ACTIVITIES REPORTS/COMMENTS OF COUNCILMEMBERS:

13. COUNCILMEMBER GARY KENDRICK METRO Commission/Wastewater JPA; Heartland Communications; Heartland Fire Training JPA.

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14. COUNCILMEMBER BOB MCCLELLAN MTS (Metropolitan Transit System Board); Harry Griffen Park Joint Steering Committee; Heartland Communications

Alternate.
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15. DEPUTY MAYOR STEVE GOBLE SANDAG Board of Directors Alternate; SANDAG Public Safety Committee Alternate; METRO Commission/Wastewater JPA

Alternate; Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee; MTS (Metropolitan Transit System Board) Alternate.
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16. COUNCILMEMBER PHIL ORTIZ East County Economic Development Council; League of California Cities, San Diego Division.

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JOINT COUNCILMEMBER REPORTS:

17. Update of the City of El Cajon Social Host Ordinance

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RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council directs staff to prepare an agenda item that expands the list of

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items included in the City s Social Host Ordinance (Municipal Code Chapter 9.30), to include marijuana and marijuana products.

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GENERAL INFORMATION ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION:

ORDINANCES: FIRST READING

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ORDINANCES: SECOND READING AND ADOPTION

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18. Amendment of Chapter 2.16.020 Regarding Salaries of Councilmembers and Mayor

RECOMMENDATION: That Mayor Wells requests the City Clerk to recite the title.

An Ordinance Repealing Section 2.16.020 of Chapter 2.16 and Adding a New Section 2.16.020 of Chapter 2.16 of the El Cajon Municipal Code adjusting

salaries of Councilmembers and Mayor effective January 1, 2021.
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CLOSED SESSIONS:

ADJOURNMENT: The Regular Joint Meeting of the El Cajon City Council/ El Cajon Housing Authority/Successor Agency to the El Cajon Redevelopment Agency

held this 9th day of July 2019, is adjourned to Tuesday, July 9, 2019, at 7:00 p.m.
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City Council Agenda Report

Agenda Item 1.

DATE: July 9, 2019

TO: Honorable Mayor and City Councilmembers

FROM: Angela Cortez, City Clerk

SUBJECT: Minutes of the City Council/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to the El Cajon Redevelopment Agency Meetings

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RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to the El Cajon Redevelopment Agency approves Minutes of the June 25, 2019,

Meeting of the El Cajon City Council/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to the El Cajon Redevelopment Agency.
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Attachments 06-25-19 Draft Minutes - 3 PM

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JOINT MEETING OF THE EL CAJON CITY COUNCIL/HOUSING AUTHORITY/SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE EL CAJON REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY

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MINUTES

CITY OF EL CAJON EL CAJON, CALIFORNIA

June 25, 2019

An Adjourned Regular Joint Meeting of the El Cajon City Council/Housing Authority/ Successor Agency to the El Cajon Redevelopment Agency, held

Tuesday, June 25, 2019, was called to order by Mayor/Chair Bill Wells at 3:02 p.m., in the Council Chambers, 200 Civic Center Way, El Cajon, California.
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R O L L C A L L Council/Agencymembers present: Kendrick, McClellan and Ortiz Council/Agencymembers absent: None Deputy Mayor/Vice Chair present:

Goble Mayor/Chair present: Wells Other Officers present: Mitchell, City Manager/Executive Director
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DiMaggio, Assistant City Manager Foley, City Attorney/General Counsel

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Cortez, City Clerk/Secretary

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO FLAG led by Mayor Wells and MOMENT OF SILENCE. (The Courts have concluded that sectarian prayer, as part of City Council

Meetings, is not permitted under the Constitution).
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POSTINGS: The City Clerk posted Orders of Adjournment of the June 11, 2019, meetings and the Agenda of the June 25, 2019, meeting in accordance with

State Law and El Cajon City/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to the El Cajon Redevelopment Agency Policy.
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PRESENTATIONS: None

AGENDA CHANGES: None

CONSENT ITEMS: (1 - 5)

MOTION BY WELLS, SECOND BY McCLELLAN, to APPROVE Consent Items 1 to 5.

MOTION CARRIED BY UNANIMOUS VOTE.

1. Minutes of El Cajon City Council/Housing Authority/Successor Agency to the El Cajon Redevelopment Agency Policy

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Approves Minutes of the June 11, 2019, meetings of the El Cajon City Council/ Housing Authority/Successor Agency to the El Cajon Redevelopment Agency

Policy.
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2. Warrants

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Approves payment of Warrants as submitted by the Finance Department.

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3. Approval of Reading Ordinances by Title only

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Approves the reading by title and waives the reading in full of all Ordinances on the Agenda.

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4. Award of Bid No. 009-20 Publication of Legal Notices

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Adopts Resolution No. 060-19, to award the bid to the lowest responsive, responsible bidder, East County Gazette, in the estimated amount of

7,800.00.
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5. Award of Bid No. 006-20 Channel Repairs 2019

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Adopts Resolution No. 061-19, to approve Plans and Specifications for Channel Repairs 2019, Bid No. 006-20, and Resolution No. 062-19, to award the

bid to the lowest responsive, responsible bidder, New Century Construction, Inc., in the amount of 294,660.00.
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PUBLIC COMMENT:

Maleeka Marsden, representing Climate Action Campaign (CAC), requested support from the Council to revise reduction measures that are enforceable and

legally defensible.
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Bonnie Price requested the City performs unannounced inspections at the local internment camps, due to discoveries that arose from camps in Texas.

Hatem Mohtaseb, representing Partnership for the Advance of New Americans (PANA) Advancement of Partnership, discussed the lack of information on

climate changes and requested that the voting date be delayed to engage the community on the issue.
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WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS: None

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WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS:

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PUBLIC HEARINGS:

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6. Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual City, Housing Authority, and Successor Agency

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Budgets

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RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council, Housing Authority, and the City of El Cajon as Successor Agency to the former Redevelopment Agency hold a

joint public hearing to consider the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Proposed Budgets. After closing the public hearing, staff recommends the following:
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1. Acting as the City Council, individually adopt the following: a) Resolution of the City of El Cajon Adopting the Fiscal Year 2019-20

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Annual Budget. b) Resolution Approving and Adopting the Annual Appropriations Limit for

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Fiscal Year 2019-20. c) Resolution Approving Designation of General Fund Balances.

2. Acting as the Housing Authority Board of Directors, adopt Resolution titled: Resolution of the El Cajon Housing Authority Adopting the Fiscal Year

2019-20 Budget.
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3. Acting as the Successor Agency to the former Redevelopment Agency Board of Directors, adopt Resolution titled: Resolution of the City Council of

the City Of El Cajon as the Successor Agency to the former El Cajon Redevelopment Agency Adopting the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Budget.
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PUBLIC HEARINGS: (Item 6 - Continued)

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DISCUSSION

City Manager Mitchell, provided a summary of the Item.

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Mayor Wells opened the public hearing.

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Discussion ensued among Council and Staff concerning the Transient Occupancy Tax (T.O.T) sales tax share expenses. Council commended Staff regarding

the City s budget, and labor negotiations for the public safety personnel.
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No one came forward to speak.

MOTION BY WELLS, SECOND BY KENDRICK, to CLOSE the Public Hearing.

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MOTION CARRIED BY UNANIMOUS VOTE.

MOTION BY McCLELLAN, SECOND BY GOBLE, to ADOPT Resolution No. 063-19, Adopting the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Annual Budget.

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MOTION CARRIED BY UNANIMOUS VOTE.

MOTION BY McCLELLAN, SECOND BY GOBLE, to ADOPT Resolution No. 064-19, Approving and adopting the Annual Appropriations Limit for Fiscal Year 2019-20.

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MOTION CARRIED BY UNANIMOUS VOTE.

MOTION BY McCLELLAN, SECOND BY GOBLE, to ADOPT Resolution No. 065-19, Approving Designation of General Fund Balances.

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MOTION BY McCLELLAN, SECOND BY GOBLE, to Acting as the Housing Authority Board of Directors, ADOPT Resolution No. ECHA-28, Adopting the Fiscal Year

2019-20 Budget.
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MOTION CARRIED BY UNANIMOUS VOTE.

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PUBLIC HEARINGS: (Item 6 - Continued)

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MOTION BY McCLELLAN, SECOND BY ORTIZ, to Acting as the Successor Agency to the former Redevelopment Agency Board of Directors, ADOPT Resolution No.

SA-001-19, Adopting the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Budget.
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MOTION CARRIED BY UNANIMOUS VOTE.

ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS:

7. East County Advanced Water Purification Program Interim Funding Agreement

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RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council adopts the next Resolution, in order, to:

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1. Approve the East County Advanced Water Purification Program Interim Funding Agreement (IFA) between City of El Cajon, Padre Dam Municipal Water

District, the County of San Diego (through its San Diego County Sanitation District), and Helix Water District;
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2. Authorize the City Manager to execute the IFA; and 3. Appropriate 430,000.00 from the City's Wastewater Fund for the fair share

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contribution to final program development costs for the East County Advanced Water Purification Program.

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DISCUSSION

Director of Public Works, Dirk Epperson, provided detailed information of the Item.

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Discussion ensued among Council and Staff concerning the following:

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The importance of providing clean water for residents;

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To provide a reliable local water source;

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Orange County currently using the purifying water system;

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The effectiveness of Santee Lake s mock water purifying facility; City s reserve sewer funds to secure the project; and

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Consider the program as a purified water system rather than a recycled water program.

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ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS: (Item 7 Continued)

MOTION BY GOBLE, SECOND BY ORTIZ, to ADOPT Resolution No. 066-19, to Approve the East County Advanced Water Purification Program Interim Funding

Agreement (IFA) between City of El Cajon, Padre Dam Municipal Water District, the County of San Diego (through its San Diego County Sanitation District), and Helix Water District; Authorize the City Manager to execute the IFA; and Appropriate 430,000.00 from the City's Wastewater Fund for the fair share contribution to final program development costs for the East County Advanced Water Purification Program.
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MOTION CARRIED BY UNANIMOUS VOTE.

8. Magnolia Performing Arts Center (MPAC) Project Update

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RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council receives the Magnolia Performing Arts Center (MPAC) Project Update.

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DISCUSSION

Director of Public Works, Dirk Epperson, provided detailed information of the Item.

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1st Recess called at 3:42 p.m. Meeting called back to order at 3:45 p.m. (at the Magnolia Performing Arts Center)

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2nd Recess called at 4:13 p.m.

Meeting called back to order at 4:19 p.m. (at the City Council Chamber)

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Discussion ensued among Council and Staff concerning the following:

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Tour of the Magnolia Performing Arts Center (MPAC);

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Impressive detail and design;

Tentative dates of scheduled events involving the community and press; and

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Potential growth and opportunities for the vacant property in front of MPAC.

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COMMISSION REPORTS: None

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ACTIVITIES REPORTS/COMMENTS OF MAYOR WELLS: SANDAG (San Diego Association of Governments) Board of Directors; SANDAG Audit Committee; League of

California Cities, San Diego Division; Heartland Fire Training JPA Alternate; LAFCO.
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9. Council Activities Report/Comments

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Report as stated.

10. Legislative Update: None

ACTIVITIES REPORTS OF COUNCILMEMBERS:

11. COUNCILMEMBER GARY KENDRICK

METRO Commission/Wastewater JPA; Heartland Communications; Heartland Fire Training JPA.

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Council Activities Report/Comments.

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Report as stated.

12. Request for a Report on the City s Alcohol Sales and Deemed Approved Alcohol

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Sales Regulations Ordinance

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RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council directs staff to provide a report on the status of the City s Alcohol Sales and Deemed Approved Alcohol Sales

Regulations Ordinance and recommend any modifications to the Ordinance.
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DISCUSSION

Councilmember Kendrick provided a summary of the Item.

Discussion ensued among Council and Staff concerning the following:

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Imposing higher fees to those breaking the law;

Tame illicit activities by conducting sting operations;

Consider a full cost recovery for damages caused by retailers selling to inebriated customers and minors;

Installation of cameras at retail stores; and

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Assess the Constitutional Protection law for retail establishments.

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ACTIVITIES REPORTS OF COUNCILMEMBERS: (Item 12 Continued)

MOTION BY KENDRICK, SECOND BY McCLELLAN to DIRECT City staff to prepare a report of the status of the City s Alcohol Sales and Deemed Approved

Alcohol Sales Regulations Ordinance and recommend any modification to the Ordinance.
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MOTION CARRIED BY UNANIMOUS VOTE.

13. COUNCILMEMBER BOB MCCLELLAN MTS (Metropolitan Transit System Board); Harry Griffen Park Joint Steering Committee; Heartland Communications

Alternate.
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Council Activities Report/Comments.

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Report as stated.

14. DEPUTY MAYOR STEVE GOBLE

SANDAG Board of Directors Alternate; SANDAG Public Safety Committee Alternate; METRO Commission/Wastewater JPA Alternate; Chamber of Commerce

Government Affairs Committee; MTS (Metropolitan Transit System Board) Alternate.
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Council Activities Report/Comments.

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Report as stated.

15. COUNCILMEMBER PHIL ORTIZ

East County Economic Development Council; League of California Cities, San Diego Division.

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Council Activities Report/Comments.

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In addition to the submitted report, Councilmember Ortiz attended the East County Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee meeting on June

25, 2019.

JOINT COUNCILMEMBER REPORTS: None

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GENERAL INFORMATION ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION:

The following item is for informational purposes only:

16. El Cajon Animal Shelter Donations for May 2019

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RECOMMENDATION: In accordance with City Council Policy B-2, staff informs the City Council about receiving the following donations for the El Cajon

Animal Shelter for the month of May:
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Roberta Ann Carmichael 110.00

Delaine Scott 110.00

Total 210.00

ORDINANCES: FIRST READING

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17. Introduction of an Ordinance Amending Chapter 2.16.020 of the El Cajon

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Municipal Code Regarding Salaries of Councilmembers and Mayor

RECOMMENDATION: That the City Council considers approving an Ordinance amending section 2.16.020 of the El Cajon Municipal Code ( ECMC ) related to

Salaries of Councilmembers and Mayor and, if approved, take the following actions:
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1. By Motion, Second and Vote, moves to introduce the Ordinance; and 2. Directs the City Clerk to read the title of the Ordinance.

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DISCUSSION

City Manager Mitchell, provided a summary of the Item.

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Discussion ensued among Council and Staff concerning the following:

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Concern about public perception and concept of giving oneself a salary increase;

Consider creating a salaries commission to institute a process; and

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Need to offer a compensation package to attract qualified individuals in the future.

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MOTION BY McCLELLAN, SECOND BY KENDRICK, to INTRODUCE the Ordinance.

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MOTION CARRIED BY 4 1 VOTE (GOBLE NO).

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ORDINANCES: FIRST READING (Item 17 - Continued)

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The City Clerk recited the title of the ordinance for a first reading.

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AN ORDINANCE REPEALING SECTION 2.16.020 OF CHAPTER 2.16 AND ADDING A NEW SECTION 2.16.020

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OF CHAPTER 2.16 OF THE EL CAJON MUNICIPAL CODE ADJUSTING SALARIES OF COUNCILMEMBERS

AND MAYOR EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2021

ORDINANCES: SECOND READING AND ADOPTION

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18. Amendment of Chapter 3.20 of the El Cajon Municipal Code for Bidding and Written Contracts

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RECOMMENDATION: That Mayor Wells request the City Clerk to recite the title.

An Ordinance Amending Chapter 3.20 of Title 3 of the El Cajon Municipal Code Addressing Bidding and Written Contracts

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DISCUSSION

The City Clerk recited the title of the ordinance for a second reading.

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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 3.20 OF TITLE 3 OF THE EL CAJON MUNICIPAL CODE

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ADDRESSING BIDDING AND WRITTEN CONTRACTS.

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MOTION BY McCLELLAN SECOND BY KENDRICK, to ADOPT Ordinance No. 5082, Amending Chapter 3.20 of Title 3 of the El Cajon Municipal Code Addressing

Bidding and Written Contracts.
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MOTION CARRIED BY UNANIMOUS VOTE.


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